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>> i'm james fletcher. we've got john standing by with a check of the forecast to kick off the hour, right? as we're heading into a holiday weekend. john, feel so good to say hopefully get a chance to get out there. enjoy the really nice weather we've got for it. we are looking at partly cloudy skies this morning. little gray over coit tower in san francisco. and you can see that cloudy blanket routing a lot of the bay area not to fear. we will see some brighter times around the corner. >> towards the afternoon, things will clear up. pretty nice temperatures right now 50's and 60's mild brentwood. you're at 64 degrees. san jose redwood city in palo alto at 61. while oakland, san mateo at 60 degrees currently winds are definitely a factor pushing in from the coastline and into the delta. keeping temperatures moderated all across the bay area. and we're staying this way throughout the next several days, talking about what to expect as we venture into the weekend. all still ahead, james. all right, john, thank you. quick check of the commute for you while look at this. a great right here at the bay bridge toll plaza friday. light for sure.
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>> you've got no slowdowns as you make your way through the toll gates themselves. the san mateo bridge also moving well, highway 92, no problems for you if you're heading westbound from hayward out towards foster city, the right across west bound 5.80, at the richmond, sandra fell bridge also moving without any incident whatsoever. no problems on the span as you make your way into marion county and our final stop for you this morning, the golden gate bridge. it's been a nice ride all morning that still the case as you're heading southbound 1, 1, across the golden gate and into san francisco. yeah. warriors fans lost it last as the warriors clinched the western conference finals beating the dallas mavericks. and this is the 6th time in 8 years now that the team has made it to the finals. amazing kron. 4 sarah stinson has been written the team on all week long. joining us now live this morning as we're waking up in
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celebrating zara. >> yeah, i may not have been able to celebrate last nigh and go to bed right after won. but i can celebrate now been celebrating since 5 o'clock this morning. people are starting to wake up a bit in san francisco. and since we won last night is time to yell from the rooftops. we are the best in the west. it feels good to do so because we've been waiting for this victory lap i only do it got to relish in this moment because next week we're going to have to be cautious and excited and nervous yet again for the nba finals. take a look at video. it was quite an exciting night after the dubs. one against the mask, one 20 to one 10, another game ending with 10 points to spare. the warriors winning game 5 and we were winning almost the entire game. i mean, at times 20 to 25 points ahead, game 5 clay came back to play. he was courting where he scored rather. 32 points.
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>> towards a 4th quarter. and who's getting close, though? it was 10 point range. there making us all nervous doubting if we really could get this. but especially as luka don-chich woke up from another it's takes in some time to feel comfortable again that he starts making those 3 pointers. but it wasn't enough and we pulled it off again. it was truly clear. we were the better team and it was rightfully deserved. for the first time this team has made to the final since 2019. the dynasty, as they say, coach kerr steph curry, klay thompson and draymond green all making it to the finals 6 times together. now many people doubted if they would ever do it again and they did despite steph and klay getting through some injuries in the last couple years, they came back better and stronger. steph curry awarded the first ever magic johnson western conference finals. mvp award. he averaged 23.8 points per game. this series. let's hear from staff to see how he felt after the game.
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>> the feeling leave in 2019 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. nothing's 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. >> nba finals start next week if you can believe it. but we still don't know who we're playing, whether it's boston or miami. many people betting on boston for now. we'll relish in the win. james, back to you. >> very good. sarah, thank you so much. and yeah, we'll be rooting him on come next week for game one on thursday. 9 '04 is the time. and if you are going to ok, actually do
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have a press conference to get 2 out of texas. we understand that there is a press conference by the police there in uvalde, texas, equal in the wake of the mass shooting. let's listen in. >> point out where it is. >> it was over here. >> their discussion early on that in the isd. consultant isd uvalde. officer was a resource officer hit, confront it. the subject that did not happen. is rts? cologne talked about yesterday. we certainly stated in the interviews but often these voluntary interviews in want. of course, we walk through doesn't reveal the type of information and certainly the police also looking one else under stress. sometimes witnesses get along. but the bottom line is that
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officer not on scene on campus. we had heard the 9-1-1 call with a man with a gun drove immediately to the area, spent to what he found was the man with a gun. back of the school would turn out to be a teacher. and not the suspect. in doing so. he drove right by the suspect was hunkered down behind a vehicle when he began shooting at the school. 31. the suspect shooting in between the vehicle. what began? patrol vehicle gets to the funeral home. local shots are fired outside the school at 11. 31. what role cart celebration in the parking lot rise by the shooter. and that's exactly what talking about. was the highest, the officer that time. he passes. that leaves the camera view. there's multiple shots fired at the school 11. 32. 11. 32 27 11, 30 to 36. that live in
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34 years when the suspect entered the school at the door pointing 11, 33 to suspect began shooting in the room. what 11? or want? well, it's not possible to determine from the video able that we have at this point in time. we do know this. he shot more than 10e rounds based on the audio evidence. at that time, at least what routes. 11. 33. 30 degrees, right? sitting in the classrooms. want? well. 11 35 3 police officers entered the same doors. the suspect entered well for those police officers work for you all the police department. they were later followed by another 4. a team of uvalde police officers 3 and also a big county share. deputy sheriff. so a total of 7 officers were on the scene.
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the 3 initial police officers that arrived. what directly to the door and to receive grazing wounds at that time from the suspect. while the door was closed. 11, 37 report gunfire. another 16 rounds fired 11. 37. what led 37 and 16 seconds 11. 38 11, 40 44 51. police sergeant usb agent started to arrive. 3. officers give continue to arrive in the hallway and there's many as 19 officers at that time in hallway. at 12 15, we know that more tech members arrive. but the entire work act. but members of work act. along with shields it well, one. suspect fired again. was
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believed to be at the door. 11.1 law enforcement moved down the hallway. 11, 50. they reached the door using kees, able to get from the janitor. because both both of the classrooms that he shot into. we're locked. when officers arrived. they killed the suspect. at that time. and now like to go over the the night one want. i want. warriors, not not. it's been a reason. you listen to it. then a fight. well, not say her name. but she was in room. one
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called rate. raising the call of women and 20 seconds that about with he want well. whitwell 10. she called back. in room 12 advisable for dead. well, 13. again. she called on the phone. get close. 16. he called back and said there were 8 to 9 students alive. 12, 19. the 9-1-1 call was made in. and another person and 11 call. their name? if you come up with another student told her to hang up. well, you could hear. well, 9-1-1, call 3 shots were fired 12. 36. 9-1-1, call last. we're 21. initial call our
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call back student trial. go back. we're told us down the line to be very quiet cold on one that he shot the door. 12. 43 and what we 7, she s 9-1-1, police and the police. now. at 12. 46. he said you cannot that she could hear the police next door. that will 50 shots are fired. they could be hurt. well, not one call at 12. 51 is very loud and sound like the officers removing children out of the room. first of all, that call was outside with a cold cuts off. additional information. have. there are
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58 total magazines to the school. like the crime scene live. those magazines were inside the school. we were on the suspect's body. 2 in room. one, 12, 6 inside room, 11. 5 were on the ground. one was the rifle. the 32 magazines outside the school. well, school property, one just outside the school building. and 31 the suspect's backpack that he's not taken to the classroom with them. we're 50 magazines of the crash site. with 2 magazines, the suspect's residence for total, 60 magazines. it purchased and had a total of 1637 total rounds of ammunition. 3 to 15, that 250 of those rounds were inside the 142. well, those were spent cartridges. 173 were live rounds. leonard. 22 were outside the school. what a school property. 22 of those were spent cartridges 900. we're live rounds. one of 22
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with the crash site. 22 spent cartridge important point. those we're live rounds. 35 spent law enforcement partners total in school. 8 of those were in the hallway. 27 were inside the classroom. one 11 when the suspect was killed. that mission that over quickly like digital timeline. when talk about early and want something that was said early on in the investigation is that that he posted? we came on facebook. publicly. that is going to kill. you need to shoot grandmother that and secondly, after that, that he was going to that he had shot her in the 3rd. that is going shoot up a school that did not happen was actually on the message with a facebook application best draft occasion to somebody else. but he had conversation with. we know that through his big league, a footprint and i'll
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just go by. well, they do. but they time almost as his sister. but with gun, she flatly refuse doesn't september. 21. why would some of these and get to them? yeah. instagram before group it was discussed that ramos being a school shooter. that was on february 28th 2022. one march first 2022. there's an instagram he had with 4 people. the chat. we discussed in buying a gun. when march 3rd 2022. foreperson checked. what patients word on the street. you're buying a gun. a supply just bought something.
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on march 14. this a graham posting? well, the subject. goat asians, 10 more days. we're going to shoot up school or something. the subject replied, no. and stop asking dumb questions and you'll see. well, you any questions. and read stay as long as we can get answers. may those questions we can't. if i can answer that, we don't know definitively right now simply say continues to be a
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investigation was, you know, literally, you know, certainly over hundreds of interviews have been conducted. we'll continue to be conducted and there's thousands of leads that be pursued, not not consecutively concurrently. and thanks to we're federal and local partners. do want to mention behind me we've got the fbi special char. we also have an ats special agent charge or they sacked. and of course, with texas rangers, any specifics that i have covered. we might need. their were gone. want to cover one thing quickly, though, before good questions. that's so the questions that we received. we will 40 were saved. and we're lowe's is is going around now that there's. that the in fact, the subject and then for that to rest. well, the texas rangers, local police back in. 20,018. that's not the case. it was not one of the
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individuals. in fact. found no links association relationships. that investigation. it was a threat. it was back in 2018. 2 goals work charge. with attempted conspiracy to commit capital murder. there's no question that we thought able to us. district attorney agree that these people, one, 31, 14 years old was a threat to uvalde. and it was a discussion at that time. even the senior year one was 14 years old. we could make a 0. 22. it was not the subject. thing a little tail of the field say we're done. we have 20, but you with us is going to translate into spanish. ok, what the answers to the
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questions >> none of that time. the on-scene commander at the time. believe that it hit transition from an active shooter. the barricaded subject. >> we're aware we have. you
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know, the austin commander considering a barricaded subject in the first time in the no child more children at risk. obviously, obviously, you know, based upon the information we have the work children in the classroom that were at risk. and it was, in fact, still an active shooter situation and not a very good stuff. what can simply this?
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20 minute gap? and if the 9-1-1 operators were aware that that children will live in the classroom, why were officers notified of that? and if that's the case, when that he take action, that's the question. in go back to the answer right now is that that it was considered okay. the decision was made on the same. wasn't there. with the same point in time. you know, decision was made that this is a barricaded subject. situation that was time. we treat the and wait for tat will team with the equipment. weight and breach the normal and take on the subject of that point. that was the decision that was the process. that particular point in time.
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it was 19, like i said, we're talking officers and their backers, plenty of officers do whatever needed to be done with one exception is that the the incident commander inside believe they need more equipment and more officers into a packed the breach. at that point. that's what worked at was requested. well, the same as soon as they were there, they executed a search, least a dynamic entry in the course >> the benefit of hindsight all right. i've got that to get a firm that had the benefit of hindsight warm sitting now. >> that, of course, not the right on variant. there's no
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no excuse for that. but again, i wasn't there, but i'm just telling you from what we know. we believe there should have been in it for you that as soon as you can there's an active shooter, the rules change. it's no longer ok, there's no longer barricaded something you don't have you don't worry about matter. printers. and by the way, texas in braces, active shooter, training, active shooter certification. and that that that doctrine requires office. we don't care what agents you from. you don't have to have a leader on the scene. every officer lines up stacks up those and find where those rounds are being fired at and keep shooting until the subject has well
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after the last to use the debit card. first, your point, it's very expensive. a debit card, like what court? i mean, he had money in bank. so why and how it's being looked at right now? not a this hundreds of more 1000 more leads are being looked at right now because we haven't answered all the questions. we haven't gotten to the wind. okay. we know the individual was also into cyber game in that regard and group gaming. and that was so got a lot of lot of questions are out there. we're seeking answers, but we've got an obligation continue to update you what we find something the work that the
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border patrol. agent support that cage is the work building that lineup department 19 that talked about and when the entry came with team that went in. but i can tell you that they were told just as likely as any other officer was told and others even command staff that came on board is that that the it's commander at the time was the believe that the you know that that in fact was a barricaded subject. with time. there was no kids a rest. i wish he was what you want because it there's no question and i'll say this right now. but out where these there's copycats, we've and we
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need the public. what we did back in 2018, that was a public. okay. they came forward and we've got 2 people are about to shoot up a school or plan to sue the school. it does imply parent on the public when you get something just doesn't discuss guys sound like he's in. it may be. and but he just because how possible that he may the intended to do. as i read the time of the timeline based upon that as of yet. so, you know, we need we need everyone. we have a threat to life like that. the take it seriously and report it because ultimately this is travis is tracking what you tell the 19 of the parents of 19 kids were the families of 2. and the like said before that. first of all, when it
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comes to an active shooter is you don't have to wait years. plain and simple. got to get up what i know now. okay. absolutely. it was an active shooter because you can transition. keep in mind the dock from jay back to shooters. you can transition from alert active shooter situation to a barricaded subject for a barricade with hostage subject. but but shooting continues, you have any reason to believe that there's individuals alive and there you've got an obligation move back to an active shooter last year. and that means everybody, everybody at the door. department's lucky number one be isd. he's got, you know, they they limit officers. only what is we've
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got 6. you know, the end of it consulted in a school district as 6 officers and they didn't have one posted at that location and someone said it. would you tell the parents who maybe, you know, you got line? is it and or someone talked about when there's kids in the world. why was because it was believe, like i said time. that the subject was stationary barricaded was no risk to other children. right. respect for more on set right now. clearly it was kids in the room clearly, okay. there are risks oh, by the way, even when h go back to shooting, there may be kids that are injured, ok? the shot injured. it is important for life saving purposes to me to get there render >> and we are watching a live press conference underway right now in uvalde, texas, where you can see law enforcement officials updating the public and the parents of
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the 19 children in the 2 teachers who were killed updating us on the situation. the timeline that led up to the gunman entering the school opening fire and then ultimately be killed by responding police. upwards of an hour after it all began. a lot of criticism out of this morning on how police handle the situation there. we can see efforts to try and explain the sequence of events will continue following the latest continue following the latest there from uvalde texas. you know folgers as a homebrew... but let's hear it for our hometown. one, two, ready, play. ♪ no, no, no, no, no, no, not me! ♪ allow us to reintroduce ourselves, folgers.
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throughout the day today. you can see some of the gray that's at the coast. definitely some dense cloud cover sitting above the north bay. that's not keeping temperatures down, though. we are in the midst of 50's and 60's. it's been a mild morning all morning long that cloudy blanket kept us nice and shrouded last night helping to keep lows from getting really chilly. and we've remained pretty comfortable throughout the morning. those winds are cool and pushing further inland, especially picking up on to the delta and the carquinez. see if you're traveling 80 from the lake over the fairfield and vacaville, you'll notice the stronger gusts for sure. i'll be breaking down what we're expecting, whether it's the sierra here in the bay all throughout the weekend. all still to come, james. john, thank you for your money this morning. as millions of people are expected to hit the roads today for the long memorial day weekend. it's going to be extra expensive. >> to top off before you head out on that trip and kron four's will tran joins us now live with the latest on those gas prices. will. >> you might want to consider
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staycation for memorial day weekend because if you hit the roads and they expect about 40 million americans will travel. 50 miles are further from their home is going to cost you because the gas prices are going up and up. and unfortunately, very few people these days that summit are getting ready. he says to compensate for that at this particular gas station, james, $6 and $0.39. we are paying the highest gas prices in the country. california is home to that. national average is $4.60. if you find anything below $6, it might be 5.99. and it's not a name brand and a lot of people they like that name brand because they believe it's better gas for their car. james, not only is it changing people's traveling have it's whether or not even leave the house. it's changing the kind of vehicles that they choose to go around. >> i actually like it better. yeah, no, you can't afford to drive your pickup truck. how
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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. a fill-up. >> so he said goodbye to the pickup truck and hello down $100. every fill er up. you just heard him say that these are the gas prices that you're waking up this morning to in the bay area. and keep in mind, there's just averages in san francisco 6.31. napa, 6.32. santa rosa, 6.26. oakland, 6.18. >> bargain shop. if you possibly can carpool, if you can. and we mentioned this a little bit earlier this morning. >> many people they probably will be flying. so these are the 3 initials, 3 letters i suggest say no to sfo. and hello to bbq. you will save money that way. >> back to your bbq in the backyard. thank you very much.
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well, well, if you are going to be one of the millions hitting the roads, aaa has the best and worst times for you to do that kind of organized here for you on the screen. if you're leaving town today, the worst time is going to be between noon and 07:00pm. so we've now if you can, or after 7, you're better off leaving early in the morning or late at night, really on any particular day saturday, sunday, you're better off hitting the road for 10 monday after as you're heading home, triple a says maybe leave before 11 because after that, it's going to get pretty jammed on the roads. let's go back to gas prices and just costs in general because it's been more than 2 months in state. lawmakers promised some relief from these raising prices, rising prices of everything, including guest. and while some democratic leaders are working on a plan, others on the at state capitol say they want to take action. maybe even by the end of the day today, ashley zavala explains how. >> we need to provide this relief. people have waited far too long. a bipartisan group of republicans and moderate
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democrats are aiming to push a bill through the state capital that would suspend the state's gas tax for a year. the department of finance says the $0.51 gas tax will go up another $0.3 on july. first, the bill ab 24. 57 faces a deadline friday to pass the assembly to withdraw b. 24. 57 and to give the media without reference to file efforts to suspend rules to force a vote on it fell short wednesday. supporters say they have more democratic support and may try again by the end of friday. several have now said that they are in favor of it. meanwhile, governor gavin newsom and legislative leaders say talks continue on efforts to send money to californians. the governor wants to send $400 to california car owners while legislative leaders want to make payments based on income and family size. this comes as california has an estimated nearly 100 billion dollar budget surplus for you but when asked about the progress on providing that relief at a press conference this week. >> newsom and democratic leaders refused to say where those talks stand because the press conference was in response to the texas school
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shooting and the state gun control efforts. we're here to focus our attention with intensity. >> on the task at hand dryers, so in the absence of any actual announcement, can you speak to what's going on with the negotiations there on that package? >> i and can speak for the asked that we hold that question. we're paying here on tuesday. >> yeah, let's focus on the moment. >> a new poll by the public policy institute of california shows the top 5 issues for california. voters include the economy, inflation and gas prices. when exactly californians will see relief is still to be determined. >> in sacramento, ashley zavala kron, 4 news. >> well, happening today, bottle rock is back in music festival is going to be going on all weekend long. and folks have been anticipating this for awhile. coppers camila barco actually showing us how some are already starting to line up. good morning, camila.
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>> good morning it james. the at the party starts in less than 3 hours and some people can't seem to wait. as you can see, there are already people in line waiting to get through the gates, the first person in line told me that he got here at 2.30, this morning. now he and thousands of people. we'll be able to get will be able to check out more than 75 bands and artists. there's going to be 5 stages and the lineup includes artists like metallica, churches, kai, go pink. 21 pilots. james is too many to name. there's also the culinary stage where chefs will dish out their favorite place alongside some celebrities and a few things to know if you are coming to bottle rock. it is cash free this year. so you can only pay with credit card venmo or by registering your wrist band and there will be no vaccination testing or masking requirements. tickets for the three-day music festival are sold out, but people can try to request tickets through the
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festival's website. and james organizers tell me that 120,000 people are expected to attend through the next 3 days of this festival. the gates open at 11 30 this morning and the party gets going at noon and it won't stop until sunday night games. back to going to be good time. thank you very [ indistinct conversations ] ♪ hey, class. this is lily. ♪ when you see things differently, you can be the difference. welcome. capella university looks at education differently. our flexpath learning format helps you control the pace and cost
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for controller, yvonne yiu. and that's exactly - as an executive at top financial firms, yiu managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, yiu saved taxpayes over $55 millio. finding waste. saving money. yiu is for you. the time and big basin redwoods state park near santa cruz has been closed for the past 2 years, but that's about to change. kron four's. justin campbell was there and shows us with this new vision for the park is. >> 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.
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>> 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. the 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
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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, if you're going to visit a state park at any point memorial day holiday weekend, couldn't ask for better weather. we've got john with the john. >> thanks so much, james. we are looking at conditions out there today. that will be pretty comfortable and we're going to stay that way throughout the forecast, too. looking outside at half moon bay, you can definitely see
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that skies are a bit on the cloudy side for sure. that cloud cover is also evident here on satellite and radar cloud cover pushing in from the coastline that cool sea breeze definitely to keep us cool down all the way through this upcoming weekend today, tomorrow on through sunday and monday. enjoy what will be a very nice moderate and weekend. nothing close to the 90's triple digits like we had been winds pushing in from the coast through the delta going make for a breezy one of your travels up 80 from the on up through vacaville and fairfield cold front making its way in. this is going to stay with us for a while. and that's why we're staying cool. it's just a very nicely time to cool down after the heat that we had. if you're heading outside this weekend, all of us with your at the coast up into the sierra out to the central valley looking really good. now we will have a few showers up in the sierra nevada over the weekend. that is something that's going to stay with us from saturday into sunday. if you're driving up there, don't let it keep you from getting outside and venturing out there. very light. sprinkles and snowfall remaining above 9,000 feet.
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temperatures today will be in the 50's to 60's for san francisco and right along the coastline. temperatures for bayshore cities in the 60's to 70's and really only a couple of 80's on the map can be expected. san jose at 78 degrees. fremont union city and hayward in the 70's while livermore at 78 degrees. oakland berkeley, richmond in the 60's for your highs today. definitely cooler than those inland spots like pittsburgh, antioch in vacaville, which will be our warmer areas, but still only in the low 80's napa for bottlerock today. 79 degrees. great weather for heading out there. listening to the band's tomorrow sunday, monday. all of it much like the next highs in the 70's inland 60's and 70's by the bay, partly cloudy skies. a little bit of fog during morning hours come sunday. we do start to see a warm-up into next week, though, climbing back into the upper 80's and low 90's. by next wednesday, james. john, thank you. a quick check of the bridges this morning and not a lot of traffic to report here at the 9.49. so it looks great here at the bay bridge toll plaza.
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no problems as you make your way into san francisco. >> the san mateo bridge also moving well, highway 92 in both the east and westbound directions moving without incident. chp reported no problems for you and you're 5.80, westbound ride on the richmond. sandra fell bridge moving as you can see here without slowing down one bit as you make your way through the toll plaza and our final bridge check for you. the golden gate bridge southbound 1, one commuters from murray county down into san francisco, moving at speed this morning. 9.50, is the time. let's go to the north bay. right now. we're police officers association is voicing concerns over responding to 9-1-1. calls. they say the city's 9-1-1 dispatch center has a staffing crisis. we spoke to the association's vice president to hear what they think is contributing to the problem. kron four's amanda hari has the story. >> a tragic outcome is all to foreseeable. the vallejo 9-1-1, dispatch center is authorized to have 15 operators for supervisors and
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one manager. right now, it is 6 operators and 3 have you believe that room? >> i'm here for simple personal the can leave the building to go to lunch it's there's a whole set downstream effects may stuck in the inning. >> a single place police officer and vice president of the vallejo police officers association. sanjay ram rocca says he's been with the department for nearly 20 years and has never seen anything like this. even back at the beginning of 2020, they were fully staffed. but between a global pandemic, the weight of the job and retirements, than they can replace that is - just the >> working environment. >> some of it that they can go elsewhere pretty take your calls for service to your calls in general. it's very difficult job dealing a lot of trauma and a lot of a lot of
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these, you know, people are people get kind of you know, and they did. they take it out on on communications operators. officer ram rocca says operators are scheduled to work 12 hour shifts. >> but they're frequently working 16 that we cannot respond if they can't probably prioritize kohl's and get us out there. the says the department administration may be looking into a plan to relinquish. it's 9-1-1. calls to another entity during the night time hours. but for now, rahm rocca says he wants the vallejo community to know they will do everything they can to keep them safe. we are still here for and we'll respond an expeditious manner. >> and that our people are working. part of a possibly can. amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> 9.52 is the time. we'll be right back.
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♪ >> 9.55. the time we are, of course, just about done here on the kron 4 morning news. but we've got you covered on kron on. we've got stephanie lin standing by with what's coming up in the newsroom. good morning, stephanie. hey, good morning. james will one of the bay area's biggest music and food festivals kicks off today. >> bottle rock returns to napa and we bring you a live report on all the fun and what people can expect this weekend and warriors when the dubs now
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headed to the nba finals for the 6th time in 8 years for that story and more breaking news headlines. make sure you tune into kron 4 at noon. see you then. >> all right. thank you very much, stephanie. meanwhile, the san francisco bay ferry just want to let you know quickly has just chris and their newest ferry in what's really a growing fleet. this one can go. 36 not scary. about 320 passengers. it's called the mv dorado and it's the fastest fast ferry they have right now in the fleet. it's the first of a new lightweight system that they're putting out on the water. it's pretty versatile. in fact, it can service any of the 6 current ferry routes. it also has more outdoor passenger space which are going to enjoy on warmer days like we're going to see this summer. and it's just in time to meet the growing demand, too, because as a ferry says that their weekday ridership is actually quadrupled over the past years. we get to enjoy that and enjoy some sunshine to john. i would much rather sit on the ferry then
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on 80. >> driving across the bay bridge to traffic. gareth rhodes, a lot calmer and glad to see that in a calmer forecast ahead of us to highs only in the 70's today, tomorrow, sunday and monday for memorial day. so just pick and choose which 21 to go outside for this year. also looks good. you may find a couple sprinkles up there, but snow will stay above 9,000 feet and there will actually be a couple flurries at the very mountaintops, ok, nice forecast that do it for us here on the kron. 4 morning news. have a great holiday weekend. we'll see you back here on monday.
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