Skip to main content

tv   KRON 4 News at 6am  KRON  May 27, 2022 6:00am-7:01am PDT

6:00 am
that cooldown only continuing so from the 90's and triple digits at our warmest where we were. >> yesterday's cooldown carries through today tomorrow on into even monday. your view outside looking brighter than yesterday. did we do have a few passing clouds? but fog is not much of an issue and temperatures. certainly not much of an issue either. we're in the 50's and solidly. so fremont and hayward as well as oakland at 58, brentwood livermore nevado at 57 degrees. hardly even need the jacket for some of these numbers. it is breezy, though. so that does make it feel a little bit cooler when you have that in cool ocean winds pushing through helping to moderate temperatures will be talking about everything you need to know for the memorial day weekend. still ahead right now, john, the year that he will travel, you know, if you could leave right now would be great at no major delays. a 10 minute drive traveling from the maze to that fremont street exit. >> they're the san mateo bridge heading from 80 to one o one about 13 minutes for your drive on this friday morning. let's check out the richmond. sandra fell bridge a
6:01 am
little under 2 minutes to make it out of richmond across or samara fell. and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls around 20 minutes on this friday morning. >> nothing makes it feel better. i think that was pretty loud. pretty that my the bier oracle, loud or loud perhaps after the warriors. >> one last night, they are your official western conference final champions about that is the 6th time in 8 years at the dup's clinched a spot in the finals. yeah. and we've been we were expecting it. let's be for sarah stinson joining us live right now with more on the anticipation that we had yesterday, sarah and the confirmation we got last night. good morning. good morning. >> now the city is really quiet right now. it's a quiet friday morning because everyone is sleeping. they probably stayed up pretty
6:02 am
late, celebrating. and i told everybody how be up early tune in because everybody we're best in the everybody. no, no, everyone sleeping all i'm probably the loudest person, san francisco right now. and i'm ok was waking up at 5 in the morning and celebrating somebody has to and i'm glad it's me. let's talk about these this game. i mean, what incredible final game of that series making us the best in the west. take a look at the team celebrating afterwards. they brought out the hardware. they bought out that trophy and they were holding it like it was their baby. rightfully so. they sure did deserve it. the dubs beat the mavericks one 10 to one 20 to one 10. >> in game 5. the warriors winning just about the entire game. always ahead. mostly in the beginning, the 1st half 20 to 25 points ahead. game 5 clay came out to play scoring 32 points, man. he was looking good. also to see the splash brothers playing together like they used to. it is so fun to watch how you know, clay
6:03 am
throws it to step and he's on the clear corner. how does he know he's going to be there? they have such good chemistry, but towards the 4th quarter, it got close within a 10 point range making us all nervous like, oh, my gosh, did ridging set to get too excited? luka don-chich woke up from his nap. he does that sometimes and he started making those 3 pointers yet again. but we pulled it off. we played such a strong game the entire time. this is the first time the team has made to the final since 2019, the dynasty we've got coach kerr steph curry, klay thompson and draymond green altogether. and this is the 6th time they've been to the finals together despite steph and klay getting some tough injuries in the last couple of years, they came back stronger and better. steph curry awarded the first ever magic johnson western conference finals mvp award. average 23.8 points per game. the series. let's hear from staff how he fell after the game. >> the feeling leave in 2019
6:04 am
finals and realizing like, you know, you an amazing journey. and got hit with a lot of adversity and some speed bumps but never lost faith that we can get back here like that and celebrate this moment for sure. because >> you can take it for granted is nothing is ever guarantee. you understand how hard is that? when we say we said that. to blue in the face in the last 2 years, but this is definitely special. >> it was so special, especially when he made one of his last big, baskets in a pan over to his wife and kids. and they're just cheering him on. it was adorable. not not only for the fans inside stoked and loud and proud. the fans outside with thrive. city were loud and proud. it's kind of the first time we're seeing them get this far with thrive city and it is truly remarkable. people dancing celebrating having a good time. of course, you hear the
6:05 am
warriors saying this is amazing, but we want it all. they want the nba finals and we have a good shot at it. we have such a strong team. we will be playing in that june 2nd next week if you can believe it. but who playing boston or miami? a lot of people betting that will be playing against boston. they've been playing a lot stronger than miami during the series, but you'll have to see james reyna. it's going to be exciting. they face off tonight. so we'll find out soon if we will be ending the playing them or not who we play, i don't know. but it doesn't matter. we're going to play it and we're going to win. that's right. and we're also playing at home because it got home court advantage. so next thursday to be at the chase center. >> cannot wait. thank you very much there. let's be i want to play as any way they want go into but if you want to be there at the chase center, well, it's going to cost, as you might imagine. here's just a look at some of the prices that we're seeing on stub hub as they're giving up their estimated fees. the cheapest tickets are still going to run. you right around $700 of
6:06 am
the most expensive of over $1000 $11,000. and that's not including courtside. if you want to get real close get down on the hardwood, yeah, you're going to have to shell out anywhere from 20 to $74,000. he had a well for your moneytthis morning. millions of people are expected to hit the road today for the long memorial day the king of pricey gas prices aren't going to put you in a good mood before you head out. kron four's will tran has more on that. good morning. well, >> $6 and $0.39 at this. chevron in the east bay. and you might find a little bit lower a little bit higher. but the bottom line is we are well above $6 in california home to the highest gas prices in the country. in case you're wondering, the national average is $4.60, which is an absolute absolute steal compared to what we are paying now. it has changed people's
6:07 am
driving habits. it has changed people's cars here. steven anderson, we're talking before you came out to me here. i just want to get your reaction. you actually were in a pickup truck and you said i just can't afford it, can't afford it got rid of it. but this little car save gas. i actually like it better. yeah, no, you can't afford to drive your pickup truck. how much money are you saving from going from that truck? >> to this >> a while, i'd probably those a full tank to a full take apple $100 to fill up $100 to fill up. my truck would be about $180 to fill up. i can feel this one up for about 65 and you have plans to travel this memorial day weekend. yeah, probably go ahead. santa cruz season family. so now you're having the last laugh because you're telling me your wife said you're as big as this cart. >> yeah, know she she told him makes fun of me for this car, but i don't like smart man.
6:08 am
>> so take a look at your screen. we want to show you some of the gas prices that you are facing this morning. if you're waking up. >> in the bay area, if you're waking up in napa, you looking at an average of $6 and $0.32 in san francisco, $6. and $0.31 santa rosa. 6. 26 and in open $6.18. don't be will the steve it get a smart car. get out. very, very sporty. slick dre save gas, drive down the street. smile as best as you as we all can possibly can this day and age. you kn w what, steve? and i take covid-19 mask actually fill up over my eyes. so i don't have to look at how much i that's my tip to the viewers and to stephen, back to yeah, thank you very much. well, and yet millions of people are going to do exactly what stevens doing, filling up and heading out on the road. yeah, you know, they're actually giving you the best and worst >> leigh time or leave town today. the worst time be on the road is between noon and
6:09 am
07:00pm. you better believe it early in the morning or late at night because on saturday and sunday, if you are hitting the road before 10:00am will be the best time for you to get that done. and on monday when you're coming back from a great vacation, you want to leave before 11:00am. now? look, it's been more than 2 months in state. lawmakers promised relief in response to rising inflation and the cost of gas. while democratic state leaders continue to work on a plan lawmakers want to take action by the end of today, a bipartisan group of republicans and moderate democrats are trying to push through a bill that actually would suspend the state gas tax for year. the bill is to be passed in the assembly body and of today. today and supporters say they now have more democratic support to pass that measure. >> several have now said that they are in favor of it. we need to provide this relief. people have waited far too long. >> yeah. there are also ongoing efforts to send money to californians because governor newsom wants to send $400. california car owners are still disagreement on one of those payments should be
6:10 am
based on income or your family size. >> well, a student that american high school in fremont is in jail this morning after police arrested him for making threats against a school employee. it's a story. the kron four's felipe call as following. >> some students at american high school in fremont thought twice about showing up for class thursday. i feel so and say just a day earlier the 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 cameron jackson non is a junior at the high school and both viewed screenshots of the social media exchange tuesday. he's frustrated that the
6:11 am
school district didn't act quicker and did not notify families earlier. he says it he is the one who alerted police say a word was used over 20 times >> there's a derogatory word fixing to 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 fully 2 run for >> well, happening today, san francisco police will be holding a town hall meeting with an update on their investigation into a police shooting that left 2 people dead. it happened a week ago right around 8 in the evening near ucsf benioff children's hospital. it's the department's policy to hold a town hall whenever one of their officers opens fire and
6:12 am
someone dies. the meeting is set to start at 03:00pm. >> still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, the family of a victim of the vta shooting now filing a lawsuit against the company why they feel the eta did not do enough to prevent the attack from happening. and the gun control debate isn't just happening here in california after the break. we're going to tell you what's happening with gun control reform up on capitol hill. john. >> and we are in for a partly cloudy, really comfortable day ahead of us temperatures right back to the 60's and 70's. great way to start the weekend. your forecast ahead. >> and bottle rock returns to an apple once again. i'm live with what people can expect for this year's 3 day fes
6:13 am
for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me? no, not you. yvonne yiu. yvonne yiu. not me. good choice. for 25 years, yiu worked as an executive at top financial firms. managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, she saved taxpayers over $55 million. finding waste. saving money. because... yiu is for you. yiu is for you. exactly. yvonne yiu. democrat for controller. another crazy day? of course it is—you're a cio in 2022. so what's on the agenda? morning security briefing—make that two. share that link. send that contract. see what's trending. check the traffic on your network, in real time, with the next generation in global secure networking from comcast business. lunch? -sure. you've got time. onboard 37 new people, with 74 new devices.
6:14 am
does anybody have any questions? and just as many questions. shut down a storm of ddos attacks. protect headquarters and the cloud. with all your data on the nation's largest ip network. whoa, that is big. ok. coffee time. double shot. deal with a potential breach. deal with your calendar. deal with your fantasy lineup. and then... that's it? we feeling good? looks like we're feeling good. bring on today with comcast business. powering possibilities™.
6:15 am
>> happening today, bottle rock is back in napa valley. you bet. and the music festival is going to going on all weekend long. they've got a long list of headliners kron
6:16 am
four's camila barco actually joining us live with a preview of what people can expect. good morning >> good morning, you guys. yeah, it's going to be a fun weekend here in napa. the stages have been set for bottle rock 2022, the gates will open later this morning for the people who were able to get tickets to the sold-out music festival. and i just want to point out that they're all are already people here in line waiting for the gates to open and just want to point out that this music festival doesn't get going until about 11 this morning. we're going to talk to 70's festival goers in just a little bit. but people who do come to the music festival today will be able to check out more than 75 bands and artists. there will be 5 music stage stages. and today the town churches, kai go and others will be performing. people will also be able to check out pink perform 21 pilots. luke combs later this weekend. >> and what's a festival without food and drinks. there
6:17 am
will be plenty of options for people to choose from. and people will also be able to check out several chefs dish some of their favorite plates along some artists on the culinary stage. now, if you are coming to bottle rock, there's a few things you should know. it is cash free this year. so you can only pay with your credit card venmo or by registering your wristband. there will be no vaccination testing or masking requirements and tickets for the three-day music festival are sold out. but people who? want to come to the festival, they can go to the festival's website and tried to request tickets. now back out here live. you see some people already waiting in a line to go inside the gates. it doesn't open until around 11 a m and r e have my here. my friends here, ben and kyle kyle who came all the way from los angeles. who are you most wanted to see today? but i yeah, you got here around 5 o'clock this morning to to
6:18 am
get. >> through the gates. they don't open til 11. so tell us why you came here so early. >> well, also just to meet some people that are here that we all obviously want to get to the very front of the stage because we've been doing that all shows for a while. and now that everything has opened up again, we don't know when it can just back to the way it was. god forbid. so we just started making the most of this and we want to be up close kuz and we hope the band recognizes us at some point. so yeah, it's going to be weekend. true fan came all the way from los angeles. and ben, this is your first time at bottle rock. tell us who you are also wanting to say, i'm as well that happen. and tom, you want, what time did you get your actually? like to 30. >> to 30 to 30 this morning. so diehard fan, i can see that. yeah. and tell me why exactly. you also came here so same reasons. get to the front, you know, help the recognizes they do they have before. so. and this is your
6:19 am
first time i bottle rock. is there anything you're looking for to? i mean, metallica doesn't perform until around 7 o'clock last night. ben is waiting all day to see talent. is there anything you're going to do? in the sit there and drink water. that's about definitely important to hydrate. it's going to be a fun weekend here in napa. we're going to be talking to some of these other people who are waiting in line. but rayna james, for now, back to you. >> looks like it's going to be a good time. thank you very much, camila whole lot of fun in the weather is could look at couldn't ask for better weather for bottle rajon. good and these up their little bit of cloud cover. just see. don't get too much sun. yeah, it is really perfect. your view outside of berkeley is looking really nice to partly cloudy skies, comfortable start to the morning. we -re in the midst of dry skies right now. weak system to our north is pushing across the region. what it's going to do for us. well, result in maybe a sprinkle or 2 up in them are in sonoma county coastline, areas. but up into the sierra few sprinkles are more likely
6:20 am
on into saturday and sunday, as you can see, really, this is a dry weekend for the vast majority of the bay area. just enough energy from the system to be nudging out that high pressure ridge that had been bringing us the heat. and now we're sitting really comfortably in a range of 70's for most of the bay area today, hayward right at 70 degrees for napa bottle rock, 79 nevado, 74 antioch, one of our few spots that rise into the low 80's. well, san francisco in half moon bay in the 60's. a look ahead in our next 7 days today. tomorrow, sunday, monday, all on the cooler side of things. and those are your days that you're getting outside for this memorial day weekend saturday. notably the coolest of the forecast, john, thank you that. all right. let's get a look at your traffic this morning. hey, a 10 minute drive making it from the maze that premature exit. >> heading into the city. >> let's go ahead and also get a look at the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. a little under 13 minutes for your drive. >> 6.20, is the time making headlines today on sunday,
6:21 am
president biden and first lady. is there going to be in uvalde texas to meet with the families of victims. the president is pushing for gun control solutions. we have alexandra limon joining us from washington with more on what he's hoping to do. >> good morning. president biden said in a tweet earlier this week that after the federal assault weapons ban expired mass shootings in this country tripled. but for any new gun legislation to be approved, the president's party has to convince republicans to join that. democrats on capitol hill are angry after the shooting in uvalde texas. >> and they're pushing back against republicans who say the solution to school shootings is to harden schools with armed security personnel know. >> putting more armed adults in schools is not the answer. if more guns was the answer, the united states of america
6:22 am
will be the safest nation in the world. reports indicate the shooter entered robb elementary school through an unlocked door and was in there for up to an hour before he was stopped by armed officers on the scene. >> all the while he was executing students and teachers inside. how is this acceptable? democrats like california senator alex say lawmakers have a responsibility to make the mass shooting stop and they say more gun safety measures like universal background checks, assault weapon bans, high capacity magazine bans and red flag laws are a big part of the solution. goal and our hope and our belief is that we can find that common ground. connecticut senator chris murphy is leading the negotiations with republicans but following the shooting in that texas elementary school, republicans have focused on the issue of mental health and providing resources for schools to be able to identify possible threats. >> this is not excuse.
6:23 am
>> friends of second amendment rights of law abiding citizens. i just don't think gun ban work. >> senator schumer says he won't allow negotiations to drag out indefinitely. instead he's giving democrats and republicans 2 weeks to negotiate. after that, he says he'll force a vote on the senate floor in washington. alexandra limon. >> well, coming up next, elon musk is getting sued over twitter. why the suit claims that musk is trying to drive down the value of twitter on purpose will be right back after the break.
6:24 am
6:25 am
(music throughout)
6:26 am
>> 6.26 is the time a san francisco law firm has filed a class action lawsuit against elon musk accusing him of intentionally driving down the price of twitter's share a shares. now, according to the complaint, they say that must plan to finance the 44 billion dollar acquisition of twitter
6:27 am
by using some of his tesla holdings, but that the falling price of tesla shares allegedly made that more difficult for months now, according to the suit, musk then tried to drive the price of twitter down so that he could either get out of the deal altogether or buy the pcompany for less money. the lawsuit also claims that musk is responsible for the subsequent dip in twitter's share price twitter shares are down about 20% or more since the day after musk made that offered by the company. we'll see where the lawsuit coast it is 6.27. coming up next on the kron. 4 morning news. parents are questioning now the actions of those police officers that responded to the mass shooting in uvalde texas. why they say the police. >> didn't move quickly enough. we'll be right back.
6:28 am
why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate-to-severe eczema, or atopic dermatitis under control? hide my skin? not me. because dupixent targets a root cause of eczema, it helps heal your skin from within, keeping you one step ahead of it.
6:29 am
hide my skin? not me. and for kids ages 6 and up that means clearer skin, and noticeably less itch. with dupixent, you can change how their skin looks and feels. and that's the kind of change you notice. hide my skin? not me. don't use if you're allergic to dupixent. serious allergic reactions can occur that can be severe. tell your doctor about new or worsening eye problems such as eye pain or vision changes, including blurred vision, joint aches and pain or a parasitic infection. don't change or stop asthma medicines without talking to your doctor. when you help heal your skin from within, you can show more with less eczema. talk to your child's eczema specialist about dupixent, a breakthrough eczema treatment.
6:30 am
talk to your child's eczema specialist about dupixent, back. it is 6.30, here on the kron. 4 morning news. thank you for joining us. i'm james fletcher harvey and this morning, a lot nicer than the start of the week, james. no, absolutely school. and this weekend, john, this holiday weekend ahead. but we couldn't ask for better it's going to be so nice. skies, 70's, we'll take it. and then a little bit of brightness between the clouds out there, partly cloudy skies. a okay, too. >> we are going to see clear skies from the coast all the way inland and really comfortable start to this morning. even in the 50's right now, light jacket, sweater, kind of stuff just for the time being later today. 60's and 70's. you can pretty much get away with whatever you want. some shorts, t-shirts, light jacket, you're in that
6:31 am
comfortable spot that it's just going to feel good, whatever you're doing. as for our wind tracker, you can see some light breezes making their way in from the coast inland. it's going to keep things very moderated through the day. really a nice way to spend this holiday weekend. all the details for are still to come reyna. john, thank you for that. let's get a look at traffic this morning. hey, headed into the city to minute drive may so that free must exit. >> the san mateo bridge and across towards the peninsula, a little under 13 minutes for your drive. let's start on the richmond center fell bridge about a 9 minute commute and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls. 20 minutes on your friday morning. >> 6.31 is the time. and back to the news. now. families in texas are grieving. there are new questions, though, coming out about how the mass shooting unfolded and why it took police so long to get into that school and confront the shooter. and we're also learning that the school did not have a resource officer on campus as first believed. >> mary beth mcdade has the latest for us.
6:32 am
>> new video has surfaced of the chaos and confusion outside robb elementary school tuesday morning. cops restraining frantic parents as they urged officers to charge into the uvalde school and stopped the gunman or let them do parents fear and frustration grows as minutes tick with the active shooter. still inside the school has already about an hour get it done out. among the parents demanding answers about why it took so long to stop the shooter. this man we're seeing lehman longer rest. he was one of the parents waiting outside while his daughter was one of the 19 students killed to the arrest and the like and all that that we did see that. >> for me that he's a house a week, you know. and we're very heard the authorities gave an updated timeline about their
6:33 am
response. they say at 11:28am. the suspected shooter crashes. his grandmother struck near the school hops out with the long arm rival and a bag of ammunition, then opens fire on 2 people. he encounters. he continues walking. >> towards the school, the climb, fence. now he's in the parking lot. >> shooting at the school at 11, 40 enters a school walks down the hall and barricades himself inside to adjoining classrooms. authorities say 4 minutes later, local police and school district police make entry into the school year gunfire. they take rounds. >> they go back. get cover. he says additional resources and technical teams are called in while the rest of the school is evacuated. approximately an hour later. u.s. border patrol. tactical teams arrive. they make interest. shoot and kill the suspect. >> they also clarified that no
6:34 am
arm school district officer was on the premises when the shooter entered the school. you may recall the suspect shooting rampage began around 11 that morning when he allegedly shot his grandmother and her uvalde home where he also lived but heard the bullets going. >> you know what started right in front? you know? so you take all. >> his grandmother's neighbor helped rescue her and then the lady came on. >> we little you they were here it didn't take very long. >> well, former congresswoman gabby giffords knows firsthand what it's like to be the victim of gun violence. you may remember she was shot in the head back in 2011 during a campaign stop. >> we'll give her. it was at manny, the political community space in san francisco yesterday had a lot to say about what happened in texas con force theresa has more for us. >> our lives can change so
6:35 am
quickly. minded when i was shocked. but i never give hope. i chose to make a new start to move ahead to not back. i'm really nice only things how to walk, how to talk. and i'm i need to make the country safer. >> a powerful message from former u.s. representative gabby giffords speaking to an audience in san francisco on thursday, she shared her ongoing personal recovery from a brain injury after being shot in the head 11 years ago in an assassination attempt and mass shooting during a political event, a better world is possible. >> she doesn't happen overnight and we can't do it alone. joining me, let's move ahead together. >> giffords spoke during a zoom gathering sponsored by manny's, the san francisco community space. giffords launched gun owners for safety following the sandy hook
6:36 am
massacre where 20 children and 6 staff members were murdered ever since the organization is work towards preventing gun violence. well supporting the second amendment and fighting for national gun safety measures including universal background checks, safe ownership practices and advocacy programs. i'm sad. >> children, children, children in. terrible, terrible. i know it's hard but actually just read the names of the people who were shot and killed on tuesday. so we have new of bravo. the owner of manny's says that they plan to hold a vigil friday night in san francisco for the victims of tuesday's shooting. >> and the shooting at the tops shopping market in buffalo last weekend. as for giffords, she says it is now more important than ever to keep fighting for more gun protections. we are living in challenging time, but we are up for the challenge. >> theresa kron, 4 news. well, advocates for stricter gun
6:37 am
laws say they're planning a second march for our lives protest in washington, d.c.. >> now the first demonstration was held in 2018 after the mass shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland, florida, where 17 students and staff members were killed. david hogg. he's a survivor of that shooting and the founder of march for our lives says, quote, it's time democrats, republicans, gun owners and non gun owners come together. this next rally is going to be set for saturday, june 11th. that's going to be in our nation's capital. well, a gun bill that mimics the structure of texas's abortion law is now headed to the california senate. >> the bill would allow private citizens, the state attorney and local governments to sue gun manufacturers and sellers. if they violate the state's assault weapons ban or other gun control measures, the state assembly passed the bill yesterday. the goal is to use the lawsuit to hold gun industry representatives accountable and 2 pushed them to be more responsible in texas abortions are banned after 6 weeks into the
6:38 am
pregnancy and their law allows people to sue anyone who aids or abets and abortion. and so california's gun law he's made to mirror that. >> the family of one of the victims in the vta mass shooting is taking the transit agency to court. well, his family says the vta didn't do enough to prevent the largest mass shooting in bay area history. kron four's rob nesbitt has that story for us. >> an attorney for the lane family says the vta its security should have seen the warning signs that the employee who shot and killed 9 people was capable of doing so when the stories of mass shootings make headlines, the deadliest one in bay area history comes to mind. today marks one year since vta employee samuel james cassidy opened fire in a rail yard of san jose civic center neighborhood killing 9 men and then himself. nicholas rallies, an attorney for the family of one of those victims, lars kepler lane. you know, the father, the husband that we all want to have in
6:39 am
our family. she was a hard-working, wonderful man. lane's family is suing the vta. >> claiming the authority failed to act when cassidy showed signs of insubordination and had 4 separate altercations with co-workers, everybody. you know who work with that guy and the supervisors know that there was a fear. that this man would go. postal vta had entered a contract with the santa clara county sheriff's office and universal protection service to provide security. raleigh says the 2 failed to carry out proper security screening, surveillance and risk mitigating measures. he's a lot of carrying a duffel bag with enough guns and ammo, not bullets to kill everybody. to kill. >> the >> almost 400 people that were there. the says they are honoring those who died one year ago. their statement saying in part the tea's focusing on the continued healing of our employees and the families of our deceased co-workers. tragically, we are also mourning loss of the dozens of other victims of hate filled massacres that have happened throughout the
6:40 am
nation. we will address lawsuit claims at a more appropriate time. raleigh says the lawsuit has been filed with santa clara county superior court. he expects a jury trial to begin within a year to year and a half. the santa clara county sheriff's office says no official comments due to a pending litigation. i also reached out to allied universal, the parent organization for universal protection service but not heard back. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> on average, 3 people are hit by a car while walking every single day in san francisco. and according to a local nonprofit, the number one culprit, his speed walk. san francisco and san francisco bay area families for safe streets held a vigil at the fatal crash site where a mother and daughter took their last steps on sunday. it was at 3rd in mission. the memorial brought attention to all 10 pedestrians have been killed this year. but just right across the streets of san francisco, the group is calling on the city to do 3 things. first and for slower
6:41 am
speed limits on certain streets and redesigned them to discourage speeding. second ad. no turn on red signs as well as red light cameras and pedestrian safety zones. and thirdly, better prioritize safety above all else in the design of streets going forward, especially in areas with significant foot traffic. >> in the future, it will be a more immersive and natural feeling experience. >> coming up next on the kron, 4 morning news, big basin state park. >> we imagine we'll break down the new vision officials happen. iconix park. then time to say this. but i don't surely have a plan. >> and after the break, we're going to take a look at how the animation for sonic to was done. why voice actors say technology is so advanced. you can do it from your closet. >> and as you're getting outside today, make sure to bring that light jacket with you here. weekend plans involve heading to the coast. some 50's and 60's out that way inland areas warmer comparatively but only into
6:42 am
the 70's and fairly low 80's. big cool down from where we were earlier this week. more about your weekend forecast is ahead.
6:43 am
6:44 am
>> well, big basin redwoods state park near santa cruz has been closed for the past 2
6:45 am
years. but that's all about to change from for justin campbell. was there any shows us a new vision for the park? 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 park 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
6:46 am
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 byron 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, if you're planning on visiting a state park in the
6:47 am
memorial day holiday weekend, i mean, it's going to be weather will be nice. yeah. so we too hot like it was at the start of the week. definitely nothing like that. big basin. so pretty. i went right before the fire and it's hopefully going to come back to its former glory that be so great to see. you can see outside this morning that we're back to our former glory before the heat wave that we saw back to the 70's. some really nice stuff across the bay area. berkeley looking great. some sunshine shining through a little bit of the cloud cover there. radar shows you that we do have clear skies than yesterday. definitely no rainfall or even misty conditions this morning, winds from the coastline pushing in and around 15 to 20 miles per hour. mostly breezier out towards the delta where that cool air slips into the central valley helping to cooler neighbors further inland down to cold front draped across the region. get to continue to keep us cool as we work our way all the way through the weekend. tomorrow, sunday on into monday, too. all of them looking just as nice as the get out there. enjoy it. fire danger is still
6:48 am
a concern, but not as critical as we were when we were hanging out in the 90's and even triple digits like we were earlier this week. a couple of sprinkles possible in the sierra nevada. if you're heading up that way, snowfall should stay above 9,000 feet. so it's pretty high up there. as for our high temperatures today, 50's and 60's for your daytime highs right along the coastline. temperatures for bayshore cities anywhere from the 60's to 70's really, really comfortable day along the bay shore, south bay temperatures. nice nearing 80 degrees, but not quite getting to it. just warm enough to be getting outside with the shorts and t-shirt. oakland, berkeley, richmond in the 60's keep the long sleeves on in those spots. antioch, pittsburgh, vacaville in the low 80's napa for bottle rock at 79 for your high today. tomorrow's temperatures a little cooler than today's tomorrow's the coolest of the forecast. not by much, though, sunday and monday right around the same as today is about to be. then the heat's back with us starting on tuesday of next week. >> john, thank you for that.
6:49 am
or i let's get a look at your prey bridge this morning. a 10 minute drive traveling from the maze to that fremont street exit. the san mateo bridge traveling across towards the peninsula, a little under 14 minutes to make that drive. a lot of richmond heading across to war. sandra fell. it will take about 11 minutes and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the toes. a 20 minute drive on this friday morning. >> well, technology is making the process of making movie is a whole lot easier in this morning's tech smart rich demuro gets firsthand experience on the set of the latest sonic movie. making movies is a complex process. but digital technology is speeding things along. >> today i'm letting my voice to the latest sonic movie to see how animation comes together. >> then time to say this, but i surely have a plan. >> in sonic the hedgehog 2 now on digital sonic wants to prove that he's a real hero. once a auto tune, it sounds great. my challenge to prove that i have what it takes to lend my voice to the movie.
6:50 am
>> this is where movie magic is made. the iconic game of paramount pictures once inside. so many famous people have walked this law. i get a crash course. so this is where it happens. atr additional dialogue, replacement on the stand behind that microphone. watch this movie clip on the screen and sync up my voice to what you're seeing. digital equipment allows engineers to piece together movie clips faster than ever. i was surprised to learn that voice actors often do their roles even before animation is complete. and in this case from home, i was in my closet for part of >> you can do this from home in your closet. thank you for min skype in all of these new technologies. and and the sound engineers will eke out few from the first movie to this film. if there have been advancements now for my moment of truth, you'll hear 3 and where the 4th imaginary before being in the rhythm of the where you speak. >> for us there were no match for me. i've there for and i
6:51 am
have and i have no training at all yet. here i am ahead of you got that's got to be embarrassing for the first take. i found audio inside my headphones. distracting? okay. i have no training at all yet. here i am. i had a view that's got to be embarrassing in the end. paramount's movie magic brings it all together. praying for this my entire >> and i have no training at all yet. here i am. i had a view that's got to be embarrassing. okay. kind of sounds like me who did great for first time. he came right after that. 3rd before the 4th would be. >> some people they love get that right >> see, thanks to zoom. even actors can work from home in their jammies. what a fun movie to be a part of and i'm available for sonic 3 just saying i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. well for your
6:52 am
6:53 am
6:54 am
health. the fda is warning against a viral tiktok actually how to keep your avocados fresh for weeks. >> saying that it can breed salmonella and other harmful bacteria. the hack involves some urging your whole mcconnell and water and then storing them in the fridge,
6:55 am
keeping the fruit fresh in grief or up to a month. but the fda says mcconnell's and water actually provides the perfect opportunity for harmful bacteria to multiply. the agency says even disinfecting all. kim, prior to slicing it will not remove the contamination. just get all the kind of fresh use it put it right where it went from my own. all right. it is 6. 55. also in the news this morning, you may be seeing a whole new ferry out there. the san francisco bay ferry service just unveiled their newest ship. >> that's been added to their growing fleet. this was pretty quick, too. 36 knots is how fast it can travel and it can carry about 320 passengers. it's called energy to raw dough. in fact, it's the fastest ship that's in the fleet right now. this brand new thing, first of a new lightweight ferry that the agency is rolling out point of the the bridge. i guess that's what you call. there. looks pretty pretty fancy lot of electronics on board. pretty versatile to it can any of the
6:56 am
6 current ferry routes. so it's got a pretty long range. it also has more outdoor passenger space to than any other fairy in the fleet. so if you like the fresh air will be plenty of seating for you. and this is all just in time to to meet the growing demand that's currently in existence. the bay ferry service. they say the weekday ridership is actually quadrupled over the past year. so they're sure happy to have this in the fleet now and who knows. maybe you'll be lucky enough to ride this brand new ship exact. i mean, take a trip with the gas prices going up. what better way might be a little more to the ferry. and that's why it's been so busy getting now just in time just in time. >> they will come the next hour story that we are both very excited about. >> finals and we're going to hear what this means for our western conference champs. you bet. and all week we've seen gas prices going higher and higher, even reaching $7 a gallon at one station here in the bay area. so what will gas prices look like as you're heading out this memorial day weekend? well, fully have a
6:57 am
closer look. now that front 4 will tran. he'll have a live report and bottle rock about that back in the napa valley. we're going to tell you what you need to know before you go this weekend. we'll be right back.
6:58 am
6:59 am
for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me? no, not you. yvonne yiu. yvonne yiu. not me. good choice. for 25 years, yiu worked as an executive at top financial firms. managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, she saved taxpayers over $55 million. finding waste. saving money. because... yiu is for you. yiu is for you. exactly. yvonne yiu. democrat for controller. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 7.
7:00 am
>> good morning. thank you for joining us here at 07:00am on a friday. i'm james fletcher. radar be in for darya folsom and we are excited about the weekend. yeah. and weekend. the lawyers, the big winners. yeah. winners of the western conference finals. we've got more on that coming up in a live report with a sarah stinson msa. stay tuned for that. but at this weekend, lot of folks outdoor plans excited for that. weather is good for celebrate. it is cooperating. yes, definitely big, much more comfortable. big cool down from where we were earlier this week. a little bit of cloud cover, a little bit of sunshine out there on the embarcadero. got a couple of you jogging out there before you maybe a enjoy. a nice weekend away. now, as far as we go with radar right now, skies are nice and clear. some of that low gray is shrouding some of our hillsides resulting in a few misty spots. but really nothing that's going to slow you down or come close to it. temperatures right now are really comfortable. oakland hayward, fremont at 58 degrees, nevado dublin


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on