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going to look a lot different than today will be fighting off some cloud cover. and as you can see, still some bay fog on the east bay shoreline here, the shot from uc berkeley. so back to that fog, you can see late clearing occurs as we approach the afternoon now at the coast that might be problematic. at least a day now here comes back again. very quickly, right around sunset, but then brushes off before dawn and looks like that's a frontal system marching through and behind it. it will be a little breezy, but it will clear out. here's where the rain is going on here. those patches here and there we did get a couple of showers across the bay in some selective spots. that's pretty much put to rest. there's another cloud or clouds burn expected later on this afternoon. up in the north bay temperatures right now, we're pretty much in the mid to upper 50's. 59 going on for antioch. 59 for san jose,
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san francisco checking in 53 and our temperature contrast were trailing by a couple degrees. pretty much uniformly across the bay. so today a lot of the bay will open up this afternoon to essentially mostly sunny skies. but we've got to put partly cloudy and they're for the north bay as clouds really thicken up again. looks like shortly after the midday hours. coming up a little bit here, we'll take a closer look at that forecast. stephanie, thanks very much. dave. >> happening today, it's day 2 of the bottle rock music festival in napa. tonight's headliners include 21 pilots, the black crowes and more kron. 4 s camila barco is live for us at bottle rock and camilla. how's it looking out there? >> well, stephanie, i just want to point out, not sure if you can see them, but there's already a line forming here at the v i p bottle rockets going to be another day of live music. some winds, some food. it's going to be a good time here and nap. and i want you to take a look at what the first day it was like here for
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the three-day music festival. there's 5 stages and more than 75 artists are scheduled to perform today. like stephanie, like you said, 21 pilots, the black crowes and several other now we caught up with some festival goers yesterday during day one. here's what they had to say. >> it is it's really great to interact with other people. just kind be unified by music. of course we did. we went to coachella earlier this year. so trying to as many concerts some of the kinds of their open now. >> now, if you're coming to bottle rock just know that it is cash free. you can only play with 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
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are sold out, but people can try to request tickets through the festival's website. and stephanie organizers tell me that 120,000 people will be attending the festival throughout the 3 days that it's being held. and again, i want to point out that there is already a line forming here at the v i p section and just a note gatestone even open until 11, 30 this morning. so some dedicated fans out here and the music starts at noon. back to you. >> yeah, looks like it's going to be a day full of fun. thank you so much, camila for that live report. holiday travel is in full swing as people head out of town for the memorial day weekend. local repair ports bustling with travelers already. now people we spoke with there said they noticed airfare prices have gone up at least a few $100 more this holiday weekend. >> it was expensive. you care to share of it. a last minute for a last minute ticket was over 5,000. >> wow. that's quite an
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increase. there. according to hopper and online travel site that analyzes prices, vacationers can expect to see airfare soar to the highest prices this summer in more than 5 years. that's because of rising jet fuel prices surge in customer demand and fewer flights available. if you're going on a trip this holiday weekend, you can expect to pay record high gas prices that should come to no surprise at this point. according to triple a you can expect to pay more than $6 per gallon. wherever you look, san francisco with the highest prices at $6. and $0.37. napa coming in second in the bay area. just one cent less than san francisco marin and san mateo not too far behind as well. look at planning to head to a national park this long weekend. you're not alone. california park rangers are getting ready for large crowds. they're reminding people planning to go out on the water to always wear a
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life vest. >> children under 13 are required by law to do so. and alcohol is banned. >> we do have our incidents on the river that there are but we try to minimize those every year. that's why this is important to get the word out early and have these people come out at foot but make sure that they are very safe. >> metro and city fire departments as well as park rangers will be on patrol this weekend to enforce those very important roles. >> happening today, you can expect all kinds of colorful costumes if you're around. san francisco's mission district. just check that out. that's because a major celebration, the cart of all is back. carnival is deeply rooted is a deeply weird tradition here in san francisco. it's known for its dazzling display of latin talent over the past 4 decades. >> of us didn't have the privilege to. >> to this day, to join the country club or to be part of a a space where you
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intentionally network. well, carnival, those served at point. our festival parade is that point for people to meet to engage to dialogue, to discuss to, to make business. >> if you want to catch a piece of the action you can head over to 24th and bryant streets at 9.30 this morning today as well as tomorrow. coming up on the kron 4 morning news, the warriors off to the finals and some bay area businesses are expecting to cash in big. >> how the dubs victory is impacting the local economy.
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welcome back with the warriors being the western conference champs, the nba finals returned to the bay area. >> and that could mean a big boost to the local economy. this is the first time chase center host the finals as kron four's justine waldman reports business owners along the waterfront are hoping for a big turnout.
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>> read for san francisco with the warriors in the nba finals. the city is buzzing with unexpected boost in tourism. 70% of all the money they've been is not in a hotel. it's out in community where they're buying souvenirs, buying clothing. >> the eating out, going to bars, taking course going to need to see you know, by an exhibit seconds it really is very deep. but people do when they spend money with man attacked by comic scenes like the golden gate bridge and fisherman's wharf should get some screen time during the games broadcast showing off the city to an international audience, attracting them to come visit in the future. >> during the finals at chase center right down the embarcadero at pier. 39 restaurants are bracing for a big boom in business before during and after the games were aided by a lot of extra beverage and food and staff up because we're going to have
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good crowds over the next couple weeks. the first finals game is thursday. the second on sunday. that means a long weekend for basketball fans. >> and their wallets in san francisco, justine waldman, kron, 4 news. >> and we've got stubborn fog and clouds for the morning hours. there will be a midday break through. however, it looks like it will fill back in again for the north bay, but looks like better clearing for the east and the south bay. a look at your holiday weekend forecast. we come back weekend forecast. we come back there. ♪ pop it like it's hooooot. pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪ pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪ pop it like it's— pop my $6.49 classic and spicy 50/50 popcorn chicken combo. only at jack in the box.
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popcorn chicken combo. order on the jack app today. >> hey, welcome back. time now for another check of the weather. we have meteorologist dave spahr here with a closer look at what are conditions looking like for memorial day weekend. a okay. good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. today we're having to battle a lot of fog going on bay area wide in. it's going to be a little stubborn. it looks like along the coast. we may get some afternoon clearing for a little while, but stephen stubborn along the
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east bay shoreline as well. so we'll take the late morning hours for the final stretch to clear out here is kind of the proof of the pudding. havoc from the golden gate bridge. >> meanwhile, the east bay shoreline, you can see filled out nicely here. we will not repeat this. it looks like for tomorrow, though, we're just in the midst of a little trough right here in our backyard. driving the familiar on shore winds. you'll feel those going on this afternoon and overnight, too, by the way, until we get some of is clearing by tomorrow morning temperature check for you. a lot of mid 50's on the board. 62 antioch, 57 for concord and livermore. 54, meanwhile, 4 san francisco, a lot of uniformity there. so we get a pop of some clearing by midday or so. in the east bay in the south bay, then this other dose of cloud cover comes with the passage of the front. can't rule out maybe a little sprinkle or 2 with all of this. but by the time it fills in and out of the south and the east bay, it's already nightfall. so this works its magic overnight. it clears overnight and by sunday, it's pretty much mostly sunny at all locations. so look really great at the beaches in the mountains and so on and so forth there. the winds a
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little bit in the way of on shore all day today. kind of picks up a little bit off there. you can see the vacaville and also fairfield a little bit there on shore. thank you. so that will keep things cool and keep it somewhat moist as well. fire concerns overnight. we have the winds that continue all the way will sunday night before they finally subside. and then it's a gradual warming trend for another heat. spike expected by the middle of the week. putting it all together here. we've got the morning fog, sun and clouds, mixture. that's going to favor the north bay, by the way, for cloud cover today. 70's even well inland, which we repeat again tomorrow. we're little crack 80 or so until memorial day itself warm spring day will call on monday. that's pretty much inland. now. and then hot again by mid-week. you're going to feel this tuesday, wednesday, maybe a little bit on thursday, inland going on before we do this whole thing again, the next one will be a little bit more aggressive. it will clear out as quickly as this one. 64 san francisco, we're called variable clouds and cool. oakland at 67. 75
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meanwhile for san jose noting those early clouds pretty much departing until late tonight when they fill back in again and across the wider bay. temperatures only in the lower to middle 70's. that's it today. a little bit warmer, though, expected for tomorrow course. we'll have that for zone for forecast coming up in just a bit. stephanie, thanks very much. dave. new developments in the school shooting in texas. authorities. >> now admitting that law enforcement made the wrong decision when responding to the shooting. authorities said 19 officers waited outside the classroom for more than an hour as the gunman shot and killed 19 students and 2 teachers. the director of the texas department of public safety sharing friday morning that the commander on scene during tuesday's shooting thought the gunman was barricaded inside of a classroom and that the children were not at risk. director steve mccraw called this the wrong decision. u.s. patrol border agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom with a shot and killed the gunman. the new tea
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details causing more heartbreak for already grieving parents. >> what kind of job they have? i mean, they're like this isn't about on the back of car to protect and serve for why? why didn't they protect you? >> following this new information, the texas he's got. the texas governor says he's livid about what happened that he was initially misinformed about how police handled the situation. >> disturbing new details of how an 11 year-old girl survived the school shooting in texas this week. >> in an interview me says she smeared the blood of one of her classmates on herself and played dead during that attack. surreal herself did get hit in the head and shoulder by fragments, but is otherwise ok? can't believe i can imagine traumatizing them must be. now that he's in that classroom. the controversial police response to the texas
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school shooting continues to raise questions about officer training and decision-making kron four's. dan kerman got insight from some experts. >> want to see very there's no no excuse for that. law enforcement authorities in texas admitted friday they should not have waited. 45 minutes. >> to re-engage the shooter who barricaded himself in a classroom with school kids, especially considering shooting, continued during that time frame. the protocol is very clear. you have no choice but >> stop the shooter come pulling the trigger. >> pierre, everybody knows there's a you know, you go to the gun. go to that you confront the threat. yeah. and you want to neutralize and stop the threat. if it's ongoing, you know not you don't have the luxury of time. experts say given what's known now, law enforcement officials clearly made a mistake. it was the wrong call because they had an active shooter and there they continued the shooting killing of the kids. apparently they had. >> an active shooter training
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and while the and a that part of texas. but apparently they needed to do some more trade. >> experts say that active shooter training must also include what happens when a suspect barricades himself with his victims. they also say there must be better coordination with schools before an incident happens. not just something you can read, but actual training. >> where there's interaction and where they have a protocol and then were they where they tell the school what to do when there's a line of cations set up. >> experts say investigators will have to determine whether it was poor training or bad decision-making that led to the mistakes in texas. some are also calling for stepping up the way we protect our kids in school. >> thank you. need to have armed security, a deterrent, someone that that is trained with a firearm. they can do something about this. >> dan kerman kron, 4 news. >> coming up next with the recent shootings across the nation. many are struggling
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texas can be traumatic. even for those watching from our tv screens. kron four's felecia call reports on what mental health professionals say you can do to navigate through this difficult time. >> you do not have to know anyone connected to the deadly mass school shooting in uvalde, texas to feel empathy for those living through the horror says doctor ronny mom, he says empathy is natural, you but then what does that do to decide the future? does it take you down? >> or do you? to you? hopefully don't have to activate meaning making you more aware of issues plaguing society, potentially inspiring you to get involved in correcting problems like educating people on the dangers of gun violence. >> when it comes to talking to kids, doctor moss says adults should match their words with their body if you're the adult. >> and you're terrified. you're anxious news just out. they pick up that energy. your worst might be is ok, don't
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morning. welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news. let's start this half hour off with a look at our weekend forecast far as in the weather center with the latest. good morning, dave. hey, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and for this holiday you know, it's the unofficial start to summer, but it's feeling more like spring or even early spring. and that. >> dealing with our morning fog. we have which won't be around so much tomorrow morning. but it's going to linger least at the coast. it looks like at least around midday here it is along the east bay shore lines. you can see still not making out the landscape there below winds currently now are coming in on shore, expected to do the same for about the next 48 hours. we're going away for a trough. the play out tonight. kind of interesting to see the fog pattern will show you that in just a bit. 50's on the board for the most part, any ox pop that 62 now and 60%, carlos and 59 san jose. here you have that fog and notice how it clears except that might be problematic at the coast a little bit by mid-afternoon
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doing okay. but boy, it rolls back in again right around dusk then clears out before dawn tomorrow. so we're off to a pretty good start there. 66 by 11, as we see some clearing developing across the bay by the afternoon. again, clouds or redevelop up in the north bay. but the east and south bay, we've pretty clear for most of the day with expected 70's for monday. a little bit warmer. summers may pop in about 80 but were called 50's at the coast. 70's inland and looking good for those winds as well. have more in your extended forecast coming up in just a bit. stephanie, thanks very much. dave. love graphic, too. >> the nra annual convention continues this weekend in houston, texas, just 300 miles from tuesday's mass shooting in uvalde. there were all set. there were several calls from different organizations and politicians for the nra to cancel the event. but organizers still went ahead as planned kron four's rob nesbitt reports on what happened opening day. >> the nra's convention is expected to draw around 55,000
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attendees from friday to sunday. several speakers backed out. but that didn't stop others from voicing their opinions about the shooting at robb elementary school and gun before entering the door of houston's george r brown convention center. nra members were met with a chance and signs of protesters. senator association's choice to have the convention 3 days after the uvalde school shooting as tone deaf. but it's not surprising because we are a stronger over and over again. >> but it could care less this mass shootings that are literally showing her children friday. speakers included nra leaders, senator ted cruz and former president donald trump. he started by reading the names of the 19 students and 2 teachers who were shot and killed tuesday. aletha. >> ramirez. >> leader listing off ways to prevent another mass shooting that included changing the approach to mental health and increasing security in schools. >> there should be strong
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exterior fencing, metal detectors and the use of new technology to make sure that no unauthorized individual can ever enter the school. some politicians and celebrities canceled their appearances on stage, including texas governor greg abbott. and unlike some, i didn't disappoint you by not showing up. governor abbott instead sent a pre-recorded video saying stricter gun laws are not the answer. thousands of laws on the books across the country that limit. >> the owning or using a firearms. laws that have not stopped mad men from carrying out evil acts on innocent people. senator wiener says the country should take california's lead a state laws that restrict the access to assault weapons and require strong background checks before purchase. we already have the strongest gun safety laws in the country. we also have. >> and one student, one of the lowest rates of gun violence. the nra's annual meeting is only open to members despite their common interests.
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attendees are prohibited from bringing any firearms or firearm accessories into the convention. reporting from the newsroom. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> what questions continue to come out of the texas elementary school shooting, including why law enforcement did not intervene sooner. it took more than an hour after the first 9-1-1 call for officers to enter the classroom and take out the gunman. this is also a time of high emotions and some people say it's not the time to rush to judgment. >> until you walk a mile in office or shoes. you cannot make a decision like they did it. so we have to give him credit for what they decided to do. >> according to texas state officials, a student from inside the classroom where the shooting happened called 9-1-1 several times asking for police. in response to the shooting in texas. multiple school districts and police departments in the bay area are beefing up security kron four's. justin campbell explains the new program
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launched by san jose police. >> as you can imagine, this has been a hard emotional week for many parents in response to this mass shooting. the san jose police department says they want to make sure that parents and teachers feel safe in the classroom. they will increase patrols around schools. they will have 4 police vehicles with 2 officers in each one that will patrol all san jose schools. the program will run through june 10th. we spoke to parents about how they feel about the stepped up patrols. you also don't want to see them turn into like a militarized zone where >> it kind of ended with the patrols. looks like i guess so. i hope it. i know it will make me feel better in the short term. but i mean, it's not a long-term solution. unfortunately. >> i feel is a shoe the puck out of and is a school just in not just entities to >> we will be reaching out to the police department on if they have plans to make this program permanent reporting here in san jose. justin campbell kron. 4 news.
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>> we're getting new details from san francisco police on last thursday's shooting that ended with 2 men dead. officers responded to the area and there they found 2 men in a fight with one of them carrying a knife during a virtual town hall friday, police released body cam video from that scene. >> so you got to drop the knife. you drop the knife right now, sir. and the song til you drop the knife. >> police say this video captured officers repeatedly telling one man, as you just heard to drop a knife, which they which officers say was pointed at rafale mendoza when the man wielding the knife refused for officers fired. a coroner later ruled that both men died of gunshot wounds.
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♪ ♪ >> there are new developments in the case of the former sheriff's office volunteer accused of building and selling ghost guns in contra costa county kron four's haaziq madyun spoke exclusively with the contra costa county da about the investigation. >> are contra costa county sheriffs volunteer now charge kron four's learned this weekend. arrest warrant was issued for 54 year-old john key. the self tuesday. it has since posted bail. he had been charged with 2 felonies for illegally possessing a certain caliber of assault 2 different charges and he was also charged with one misdemeanor for manufacturing or assembling an unregistered firearm. also known as it gets going. >> the investigation is being led by the contra costa county district attorney's office.
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this is exclusive video of the search warrant being served at the home of judge back on february. 1st of this year, mister cain allegedly gained access to guns, gun parts and ammo for the technician while working at the sheriff's gun range in clayton. according to the probable cause document obtained by 4, he then sold it of the contra costa county sheriff's office. i'm curious in light of that, your office and the sheriff's office been in communication about these allegations. >> we do not. but do understand that i that the nation is still ongoing. and so that is always a possibility in the future. but that is an allegation crowd for first told you about this investigation earlier this month. >> investigators say 132 guns were confiscated from the home of jon and we spoke exclusively to his soon to be ex-wife who says she repeatedly tried to tip off
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the contra costa county sheriff's office about her husband want the right thing that happened. i want. >> for my children to be safe, but the community to be safe. her efforts eventually getting the attention of the contra costa county district attorney, especially finding the goes >> we believe in the district about that, that we have an obligation to make for what we reached out to the contra costa county sheriff's office who declined to comment citing the ongoing investigation. john king was arrested and released on $200,000. as for the possibility of facing additional charges, the da would only say the investigation is has it made you kron 4 news? >> well, it's a cool start to memorial day weekend. it looks like with temperatures struggling in the 70's even well inland. we may we pop off only in the mid 70's with some upper 60's even along the east bay shoreline. and that fog is going to be stubborn at the coast today. got a look at coast today. got a look at your weekend forecast. you know folgers as a homebrew...
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tonight. checking things out to tahoe. if you're making a run up there, cool tomorrow. a 57 60 monday tuesday. 65 since its way through. that's going to drive some winds today tomorrow, things will clear out much better tomorrow, although for much of the bay, the east and south bay, particularly by noon, we'll probably see kind of a mostly sunny trend. and by the time that fills back in again, it will be turning to dust temperatures 50's across most of the board. 62 for antioch. 59. meanwhile, san jose. 55 san francisco. 51 for santa rosa. longer-range forecast. kind of tells what we're talking about. there's the high pressure building for another heat spike breaking back down again next weekend. there are familiar, but unlike this game next weekend looks to be a little bit longer lasting as we watch a couple of systems playoff that will keep temperatures suppressed a little bit on into the following week is getting us into june by that point. back to your 4 zone forecast for
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your saturday. 64 san francisco with coupled with fog low temperatures will be above the struggle. the coast will keep upper 50's lower 60's at that. still, 67 going on for burlingame, 70 for foster city, palo alto. 74 73 going on for redwood city in the south bay, mid 70's for highs today. it looks like we're going to see some better warming happening in the south bay today and then we will have see in the east bay. however, got lower 70's along the east bay shoreline to the south now tri valley. you're looking at 72 for livermore. looks like around 71 danville, conquered around 73, even around the delta in burkina straight. not as warm as we're seeing in the south bay today. 67 san leandro. 62 going on for berk. these are highs again. 74 for fairfield and vallejo coming in at a cool 62 that on shore. winds going to be around all day today. 71 santa rosa, but chilly happening at the beach. so definitely want to bring bring the windbreaker and sweater ok up, though, those temperatures by monday at 79, 87 or so by
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tuesday, another heat spike around 90 ish on monday are some lower 90's to be had quickly breaking down as we get to the latter portion of the week. it's back to the 70's cloud. cover it all for the next weekend. and again, that token little sprinkle enough to kind of dirty up the car. stephanie, thanks very much, david. >> now to developing news, white house officials say they are planning to cancel some student loan debt. this comes after months of internal talks. the president plan to make this announcement as soon as this weekend. but the timeline changed after the texas shooting. the white house's latest plan would cancel $10,000 in student debt per borrower. this would apply to americans who earned less than $150,000 in the last year. no word yet on the steps borrowers would need to take to get their debts canceled. assembly. democrats say they want to remove the leader of that house speaker anthony rendon's from his position. kron four's. ashley zavala explains what's going on as lawmakers wrapped up the work for the week.
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>> multiple sources confirm assembly democrats will try to remove anthony rendon from that powerful leadership position. now, the sources i spoke to spoke on the condition. they remain anonymous, but they are close to the situation unfolding here at the state capitol. they would not get specific but said a series of issues led to this point where a majority of democrats feel it's time to move on from renton. we're told assemblyman robert reavis, a democrat from salinas has the votes to become the new speaker of the assembly. rebus confirmed this today rebus would be the first representative from a rural district to hold the position in modern history. he's the chairman of the agriculture committee and vice chair of the legislative latino caucus. speaker of the assembly serves as a link between this branch of state government and other major state and federal offices. the speaker assigns leaders of the assembly's various policy committees. in a statement riva said i'm honored to have earned the support and confidence from my colleagues across the state from the mexico border to the oregon border. i look forward to the progress we will make together to alleviate our affordability crisis. protect
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our environment and ensure california remains a land of opportunity for every resident. riva said he notified reading about the votes and discuss the leadership change but rent and has not yet commented. riva said, quote, anthony randon has been an effective and unifying speaker. i'm grateful to him for his steady leadership and i'm confident smooth transition of power is a shared value of hours. the timing of when a change in leadership could happen is unclear. the state budget is due june 15th and the primary election is less than 2 weeks away. rebus will need to be formally voted into the position by the full assembly on public record. the earliest that could happen is next tuesday, when lawmakers return to sacramento reporting at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron. 4 news. >> a promising update on the baby formula shortage. the fda says supplies should get back to normal by july around 300,000 cans of formula have already arrived from overseas and will be handed out to babies with serious medical needs. fda officials say more formula will be back on store
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shelves next month. meanwhile, many retailers are limiting customers to 4 cans per order. the cdc this we publish new recommendations on the vaccine used to treat monkeypox. the cdc says the jenny os vaccine also used to treat smallpox can only be used by people who work closely with similar viruses. the vaccine was approved for use in the u.s. back in 2019 to prevent smallpox and monkeypox in high-risk adults over the age of 18 health officials in sacramento county have now identified 2 cases of suspected monkeypox, but say the risk to the general public remains low and let's hope it stays that way. in other news, it's been 6 weeks of toxic testimony for actor johnny depp and amber heard depp is suing his ex-wife for 50 million dollars over an op-ed piece she wrote describing herself as a victim of domestic violence. depp says those allegations are false. he says heard made up
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stories and images of the abuse to tarnish his life and career heard filed 100 million dollars counterclaim after depp's attorney called her a liar. now it's up to a jury to decide who is telling the truth. >> the takeaway is that this was a very toxic unhealthy relationship that both of their careers were either room or severely destroyed. it will be difficult for either of them to regain the reputation they once had. >> the jurors are now in deliberations. they must must reach an an unanimous decision in order for death or her to get paid law. experts say the jury could decide that neither person is telling the truth. and both people could get nothing. we'll be right back.
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older people. the oakland zoo has 4 new bison calves checking out. they were all born this month. zoo officials say they're doing great and they are just super cute. once they're old enough, the bison will be sent to their herds native homeland in montana. this all part of the zoo's efforts to restore free-roaming bison to the blackfeet native american nation and nearby national parks. the program started in 2018 and the zoo has since returned. 24 bison to montana so far great conservation effort. there. well, still ahead in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news bottle rock is back. >> we'll take you out to napa for a live look at this weekend's festival. plus, the cart of all is back in town. we show you what you can expect at this year's celebrations. sure, to be very colorful and lots of people expected to hit the roads the airways this morial day weekend. what you need to know
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before you head out the door. stay with us. the kron 4 morning news continues.
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fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at >> hey, good morning. thank you so much for joining us on
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the kron. 4 morning news. i'm stephanie lin. >> it's saturday. may 28. here we are happy memorial day weekend. we're talking ways you can keep yourself safe events this weekend and so much more start by getting a look at the weather with dave sphar. good morning, dave. hey, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and lots of fog going on for this morning. it looks like it will be slow to clear. it looks like along the coast for today. that's a different story. we're looking out tomorrow. so this is not like a whole memorial day weekend. kind of thing. this is the coolest and >> cloud filled and foggy day that we're going to see really the three-day bunch of this, the east bay shoreline, even at this 8 o'clock hours slow to clear out back to that again, we should get some most clearing happening around the noon hour. but i stopped that here at 4 o'clock because it rules in pretty quickly across the bay temporarily. but by dawn tomorrow morning gone again. it looks like and we'll be off to mostly sunny skies for the balance of your sunday. now, what's going on is trough in our backyards. what's driving this? and we do see a clearing patch developing around the noon
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hour or so. clouds fill back up again in the north bay for the afternoon. and it gets too late the day for the south and the east bay. that will happen overnight. 62 going on for in iraq at this hour, 60 for concord, east bay shoeline, upper 50's. 55 san francisco in 62. meanwhile for san jose numbers are pretty close to yesterday trailing a couple degrees behind the breakdown for you today. 68 up turning mostly sunny. 71. it looks like by 3, again, noting the cloud cover up in the north bay redeveloping. coming up a little bit here. we'll play it all out for what we expect for today and into tomorrow. stephanie. >> thanks very much, dave. happening today, it's day 2 of the bottle rock music festival in napa. tonight's headliners include 21 pilots, the black crowes and more kron. 4 s camila barco is live for us at bottle rock camila. how's it looking out there? and i notice you have your jacket off for this live shot. so must be getting warmer. >> dallas, 70, it's going to be a nice day to enjoy some live music here. the sun just
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came out and there's already people waiting in line and they've been in line since before the sun even came out. so they can't wait to see their favorite performers. like you said, there's going to be so many of them. take a look at some a look at game one of the 3 day festival. there's a 5 stages here and there's going to be more than the 5 artists that are scheduled to perform this weekend. today's lineup, like you said, stephanie includes 21 pilots, the black crowes and many others is also going to be the culinary stage where chefs dish out their favorite plates with some artists. >> but there's 3 girls here in mind that i spoke to and they're most excited to see 21 pilots. now it's their first time i bought a rock. one of them has been in line since 3 this morning. another tells me that they drove all the way from arizona and they say that this is all part of the festival. experience. i think waiting in league. >> definitely guarantees you a better spot closes the stage.
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so i love i always love waiting in concert like waiting in line and stuff. so it's definitely part of the experience. 100%. you love the the atmosphere, but it's also going to stressful because you get like a super fans like us who are here at 6 in the morning and we're all going to be fighting each other out the rail just, you know, be like the closest as possible. but is it is make the right thing to do. honestly is come out in the camp out for concerts and wait for 10 hours. >> now if you are coming to bother, ah, don't bring cash. you can only pay with your credit card. or by registering your wristband. there will be no vaccination testing or masking requirements this year and tickets. they are sold out for all 3 days, but people can try to request tickets through the festival's website. and stephanie, around 120,000 people, we'll be walking through these gates throughout the 3 days at the festival is going on. and like i said, there's already a line forming here at the v i p section and just want to point things out. the gates don't even open
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until 11, 31 person was already here since 3.30, this morning. so some dedicated fans out there, stephanie. >> yes, sounds like they are definitely some super fans out there and i hope you have a chance to grab yourself a beverage to cool yourself off to later today. thanks so much. camila. holiday travel is in full swing as people head out of town for the memorial day weekend. local airports bustling with travelers, people. we spoke with there said they noticed airfare prices have gone up at least a few $100 more this holiday weekend. >> it was expensive. >> you care to share of it. a last minute for last minute to do is over 5,000. >> my goodness. i wonder where she was headed. according to hopper, an online travel site that analyzes prices, vacationers can expect to see air fares soar to the highest prices this summer and more than 5 years. that's because of rising jet fuel prices
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driven by surging customer demand and fewer flights being available. and if you're going on a trip this holiday weekend, you can also expect to pay record high gas prices. that should come to no surprise at this point. according to triple a can expect to pay more than 6 bucks per gallon. wherever you look, san francisco with the highest prices at $6 and $0.37 napa where we just saw kamila said coming in second highest in the bay area at just one cent less than san francisco. marin and san mateo not too far behind as well. planning to head to a national park this long weekend. you're not alone. california park rangers are getting ready for large crowds. they're reminding people planning to go out on the water as well to always wear a life vest. >> children under 13 are required by law to wear a life vest and alcohol is banned. >> we do have our incidents on the river that there are but we try to minimize is every
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year. that's why this is important to get the word out early and have these people come out but but make sure that they are very safe. >> important reminders there, metro in city fire departments and park rangers will be on patrol this weekend to enforce those rules. >> happening today, you can expect all kinds of colorful costumes if you're around san francisco's mission district. that's because a major celebration. the cart of all is back. carnival is a deeply rooted tradition here in san francisco. it's known for its dazzling display of latin talent over the past 4 decades. >> of us didn't have the privilege to. >> to this day, to join the country club or to be part of a a space where you intentionally network. well, carnival, those served at that point. our festival parade is that point for people in need to engage to dialogue, to discuss to, to make business. >> if you want to catch all
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the fun action you can head over to 24th and bryant streets and 09:30am, in the morning today. and tomorrow. coming up on the kron 4 morning news. the warriors are off to the finals in some bay area. businesses expecting to cash in. >> how the dubs victory is impacting the local economy.
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welcome back. >> with the warriors being the western conference champs, the nba finals returned to the bay area and that could mean a big boost to the local economy. this is the first time chase center host the finals as kron four's justine waltman reports. business owners along the waterfront are hoping for a big turnout. >> read for san francisco with the warriors in the nba finals. the city is buzzing with unexpected boost in tourism. 70% of all the money they've been is not in the
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hotel. it's out in the community where they're buying souvenirs, buying clothing. >> the eating out, going to bars, taking course going to museums, you know, by an exhibit second step. it really is very deep. but people do when they spend money with nick scenes like the golden gate bridge and fisherman's wharf should get some screen time during the games broadcast showing off the city to an international audience, attracting them to come visit in the future. >> during the finals at chase center right down the embarcadero at pier. 39 restaurants are bracing for a big boom in business before during and after the games were aided by a lot of extra beverage and food and staff up because we're going to have been crowds over the next couple weeks. the first finals game is thursday. the second on sunday. that means a long weekend for basketball fans. >> and their wallets in san francisco, justine waldman, kron, 4 news. >> and we're starting things off with quite a bit of fog in some cloud cover. you know,
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our air defenses secure. i approved this message because i need your vote for u.s. senate to send a message... congress needs to fix this. >> welcome back. time now for another check of our weather with meteorologist dave spahr. how's it looking out there, dave? okay. good morning, stephanie. good morning. everybody seems like it's getting a little brighter there behind you, but we're still fighting through some of that fog, as you can see, just peeling over some of the east bay shoreline, as we speak right now, as you'll notice, we won't have this issue as a parent public by tomorrow morning. >> i'll show you that in just a bit right now in our backyard, we have this trough the play out. so cloud cover is expected to clear out to you heard from our reporter up in napa. there looks like a start to clear out a bit. but by this afternoon is buttered roll back in again. so we'll see some afternoon clouds can even out rule a little nuisance. sprinkle with all of that, too. but passing through and then by tonight, everything clears on out. so
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we're looking mostly sunny for your sunday, although storm cool and then gradually start to warm up into the middle of the week. again, repeat performance like last week. 65 going on for antioch, 64 concord, up to the north bay, mostly mid 50's at this hour. 55 san francisco. 62 san jose jumping back to a future cast for with all of this. clearing out right around noon as you'll notice, then filling back up again for the north bay. by the time he gets the east and the south bay. it's already overnight with that. and this is what it looks like by tomorrow morning. i stopped it there because nothing else our perspective. we're into the sunny skies for your sunday. so it's going to look a lot different then today and probably won't be that morning fog either on shore. the winds going on today. that's again associated with our trough continuing tonight into tomorrow. so get all of this with sunshine and that will keep temperatures down because it's a nice on shore wind at that looks like it lingers all the way to the wee hours of monday morning ups. i'm sorry. that's that was posed to the
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golden gate behind us. and they're just taken 5 right now. but let's talk about the interesting stuff here. sorry about all the black background here. but morning fog, sun and clouds, mixture, cool, 70's even well inland. then tomorrow, mostly sunny and warmer. still talk in the 70's here. and that looks like maybe by monday we might crack 80 in some of those well inland spots. but the heat spike is expected tuesday, wednesday. that's we see maybe a 90 poking out here and there and then cooling back again for next weekend. kind of a repeat performance blew up right? 64 san francisco clearing up the skies a little bit in the afternoon. 67 o4en. 75 meanwhile for san jose, mostly sunny, probably for the balance of the afternoon. 75 going on for any ought to lower 70's up in the north bay here. but really the better heating is going to be in the south bay for today. coming up in a bit, your 4 zone forecast. we'll take a look at that extended as well, stephanie. now, dave, i've never gotten live perspective of the inside of a black hole before is that was very exciting. thank you very much. >> all right. new developments in the school shooting in texas. authorities now
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admitting that law enforcement made the wrong decision. >> when responding to the shooting, authorities said 19 officers waited outside the classroom for more than an hour as the gunman shot and killed 19 students and 2 teachers. the director of the texas department of public safety shared friday morning at the commander on scene during tuesday's shooting thought the gunman was barricaded inside a classroom and that the children were not at risk. director steve mccraw call this the wrong decision. u.s. patrol border agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom with a shot and killed the gunman. the new details causing more heartbreak for already grieving parents. >> what kind of jobs they have? i mean, they're like this isn't about on the back of car to protect and serve. protect why? why didn't protect you? >> following this new information, the texas governor says he's livid about what happened and that was
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initially misinformed about how police handled the situation. the controversial police response to the texas school shooting continues to raise questions about officer training and decision-making kron four's. dan kerman got insight from some experts. >> want to very there's no no excuse for that. law enforcement authorities in texas admitted friday they should not have waited. 45 minutes. >> to re-engage the shooter who barricaded himself in a classroom with school kids, especially considering shooting, continued during that time frame. the protocol is very clear. you have no choice but >> stop the shooter from pulling the trigger. >> pierre, everybody knows if there's a you know, you go to the gun. go to that you confront the threat. yeah. and you want to neutralize and stop the threat. if it's ongoing, you know not you don't have the luxury of time. experts say given what's known now, law enforcement officials clearly made a mistake. it was the wrong call because they had an active shooter and they're the continued the
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shooting killing of the kids. apparently they had. >> active shooter training and while the and a that part of texas. but apparently they needed to do some more trade. >> experts say that active shooter training must also include what happens when a suspect barricades himself with his victims. they also say there must be better coordination with schools before an incident happens. not just something you can read, but actual training. >> where there's interaction and where they have a protocol and then were they where they tell the school what to do when there's a line of communications set up. >> experts say investigators will have to determine whether it was poor training, her bed decision-making that led to the mistakes in texas. some are also calling for stepping up the way we protect our kids in school. >> thank you. need to have armed security, a deterrent, someone that that is trained with a firearm. they can do something about this.
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>> dan kerman kron, 4 news. >> disturbing new details of how an 11 year-old girl survived the shooting in texas this week. in an interview me says she smeared the blood of one of her classmates on herself and play dead. during the attacks. rio herself did get hit in the head and shoulder by fragments. she is otherwise. okay. still such a terrifying thing to go through. coming up next with the recent shootings across the nation. many are struggling with mental health. >> we speak with mental health experts for some guidance. when big tobacco's products were found out to be killers,
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>> people. >> welcome back. let's take a moment to talk about mental health. we're wrapping up another stressful weekend. what's already been a rough couple of years for many people. the tragedy in uvalde, texas can be traumatic even for those watching from our tv screens. kron four's believe chagall reports on what mental health professionals say you can do to navigate through this difficult time. >> you do not have to know anyone connected to the deadly mass school shooting in uvalde, texas to feel empathy for those living through the horror says doctor ronny mom, he says empathy is natural, you but then what does that do to decide the future? just to take you down? >> or do you? to you?
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hopefully don't have activate meaning making you more aware of issues plaguing society, potentially inspiring you to get involved in correcting problems like educating people on the dangers of gun violence. >> when it comes to talking to kids, doctor moss says adults should match their words with their body language. if you're the adult. >> and you're terrified. you're anxious. you're stressed out. they pick up that energy. your worst. maybe it is ok, don't worry about but if you look shaken, your words will be. holland says doctor mom, who is a licensed marriage and family therapist based in castro valley as parents figure out what they can do. what they can do. forces also means that some with the captain, we can't change the world. all that wants to can remove hatred. they kept evil, but they that they can do certain things and certainly can tell children and we will do everything we
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can to make sure that you're safe and be sure to do with people who are take your doctor model recommends trying to find the good in life despite the turbulence in the world, it's okay to enjoy sports concerts and any other outings that make you happy. >> dwelling on the negative is unhealthy. phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. >> and if you are struggling with your mental wellness and you just want somebody did speak with or listen, t a please call the national suicide prevention hotline. that number is on the lower part of your screen there. there is somebody standing by. 24 7 to help you out. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, the nra is in hot water after moving forward with its annual convention this weekend. >> their response to what critics are safe.
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don't change or stop asthma medicines, including steroids, without talking to your doctor. are you ready to du more with less asthma? just ask your asthma specialist about dupixent. morning. welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news. start off this half hour with a look at the weather forecast. we have dave spahr in our weather center with the latest. and dave, i woke up and there was so much fog outside. it's thick. yeah, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and at the coast, we're showing you half moon bay here. >> this could be pretty sluggish to clear, but the consolation is tomorrow. we'll probably see pretty much clearing even. >> at first light, we probably won't have the intrusion of fog. one on why a little system is going to pass over
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us late today through the overnight kind of cleaning things out a little bit. but it's going to be cool in the other side in a bit on the breezy side tomorrow as well. after all of that into your monday, looks like some slight warming, although we're going to see plenty of 70's going on well inland. but don't worry, got another heat spike coming our way. so enjoy that memorial day forecast. still a little cool in the coast there by monday. even with 50's going on. so back to those winds, we do have them on shore through the entire weekend expected with the passage of the straw system. this sometimes as a return offshore wind maybe for monday tuesday zone temporarily to look out for 65 going on for any offer right now. most readings, however, are in the 50's pretty close to yesterday. san carlos, 64 62, meanwhile for san jose back to that fog again, clears out maybe at the coast, even by mid-afternoon. but your blank. and then back again. it comes for this evening. clears out overnight and we start off tomorrow under a sunny note. so for today that return of cloud cover. now what happened probably up in the north bay
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during the daylight hours by sunset into tonight for the east bay and out of the south bay with temperatures largely in the 70's. got your 4 zone forecast. coming up in just a bit. stephanie. >> thanks very much. day the nra national convention or excuse me annual convention continues this weekend in houston, texas, just 300 miles from tuesday's mass shooting in uvalde. there were several calls from different organizations and politicians for the nra to cancel the event. but organizers went ahead as planned kron four's rob nesbitt reports on what happened opening day. >> the nra's convention is expected to draw around 55,000 attendees from friday to sunday. several speakers backed out. but that didn't stop others from voicing their opinions about the shooting at robb elementary school and gun before entering the door of houston's george r brown convention center. nra members were met with a chance and signs of protesters. senator scott wiener describes the
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association's choice to have the convention 3 days after the uvalde school shooting as tone deaf. but it's not surprising because we are a stronger over and over again. >> but it could care less this mass shootings that are literally showing her children friday. speakers included nra leaders, senator ted cruz and former president donald trump. he started by reading the names of the 19 students and 2 teachers who were shot and killed tuesday. aletha. >> ramirez. >> leader listing off ways to prevent another mass shooting that included changing the approach to mental health and increasing security in schools. >> there should be strong exterior fencing, metal detectors and the use of new technology to make sure that no unauthorized individual could ever enter the school. some politicians and celebrities canceled their appearances on stage, including texas governor greg abbott. and unlike some, i didn't disappoint you by not showing up. governor abbott instead sent a pre-recorded
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video saying stricter gun laws are not the answer. thousands of laws on the books across the country that limit. >> owning or using a firearms. laws that have not stopped mad men from carrying out evil acts on innocent people. senator wiener says the country should take california's lead a state laws that restrict the access to assault weapons and require strong background checks before purchase. we already have the strongest gun safety laws in the country. we also have. >> and one student, one of the lowest rates of gun violence. the nra's annual meetins is only open to members despite their common interests. attendees are prohibited from bringing any firearms or firearm accessories into the convention. reporting from the newsroom. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> get this. some parents are turning to bulletproof backpacks in the wake of the texas school shooting. the man for this bulletproof gear is going up with many companies reporting an increase in purchases since the shooting.
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these backpacks are designed so kids can protect themselves by holding the back pack up to their bodies to deflect bullets. the cost of a bulletproof backpack is not cheap. prices can range anywhere from 100 to $400. just can't believe that this is where we are now. giants manager gabe kepler says he will not be leaving the dugout for the national anthem in response to tuesday's shooting in uvalde friday morning. kepler posted a long piece to his personal blog explaining his decision to skip standing for the national anthem during games for the foreseeable future. explained that when he was a young boy, his father encouraged him to stand for the national anthem. only if he felt that the country was representing its people well, and he should sit if you thought that the country was not representing itself. well, kapur wrote, he is, quote, not okay with the state of this country. in response to the
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shooting in texas, multiple school districts and police departments in the bay area are beefing up security kron four's. justin campbell explains the new program launched by san jose police. >> as you can imagine, this has been a hard emotional week for many parents in response to this mass shooting. the san jose police department says they want to make sure that parents and teachers feel safe in the classroom. they will increase patrols around schools. they will have 4 police vehicles with 2 officers in each one that will patrol all san jose schools. the program will run through june 10th. we spoke to parents about how they feel about the stepped up patrols. you also don't want to see them turn into like a militarized zone where >> it kind of ended with the patrols. looks like i guess so. i hope it. i know it will make me feel better in the short term. but i mean, it's not a long-term solution. unfortunately. >> i feel is a shoe the puck towed out of and is a school just in not just
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>> we will be reaching out to the police department on if they have plans to make this program permanent reporting here in san jose. justin campbell kron. 4 news. >> we're getting new details from san francisco police on last thursday's shooting that ended with 2 men dead. officers responded to the area of mariposa and owens streets where they found 2 men in a fight with one of them carrying a knife during a virtual town hall friday, police released body cam video from the scene. >> so you got to drop the knife. you drop the knife right now, sir. and the song til you drop the knife. >> now this video captured officers repeatedly telling that man to drop a knife. as you just heard. police say
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that the knife was pointed at another man, rafael mendoza, when the first man refused to drop the knife. 4 officers fired. a coroner later ruled that both men died of gunshot wounds. the department of justice is now investigating coming up on the kron 4 morning news. some much needed relief could be coming for students. >> the biden administration considering canceling thousands of dollars in student debt. and only on kron 4. we're learning more on the investigation into the contra costa county sheriff fallen tear accused of distributing ghost guns with the county's top cop is now sharing
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welcome back. >> there are new developments in the case of the former sheriff's office volunteer accused of building and selling ghost guns in contra costa county kron four's haaziq madyun spoke exclusively with the contra costa county da about the investigation. >> a former country costa county sheriffs volunteer now charge kron four's learned this weekend. arrest warrant was issued for 54 year-old john key. he self tuesday. it has since posted bail. he had been charged with 2 felonies put illegally possessing a certain caliber of assault 2 different charges and he was also charged with one misdemeanor for manufacturing or assembling an unregistered firearm. also known as a
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>> the investigation is being led by the contra costa county district attorney's office. this is exclusive video of the search warrant being served at the home of judge came back on february. 1st of this year, mister allegedly gained access to guns, gun parts and ammo for the technician while working at the sheriff's gun range in clayton. according to the probable cause document obtained by 4, he then sold it to civilians and sworn members of the contra costa county sheriff's office. i'm curious in light of your office and the sheriff's office been in communication about these allegations. >> we do not. but i do understand that i that the nation is still ongoing. and so that is always a possibility in the future. but that is an allegation crowd for first told you about this investigation earlier this month. >> investigators say 132 guns were confiscated from the home of jon and we spoke exclusively to his soon to be
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ex-wife who says she repeatedly tried to tip off the contra costa county sheriff's office about her husband. i want the right thing that happened. i want. >> for my children to be safe, but the community safe. her efforts eventually getting the attention of the contra costa county district attorney, especially finding the goes >> we believe in district about that, that we have an obligation to wait for what we reached out to the contra costa county sheriff's office who declined to comment citing the ongoing investigation. john king was arrested and released on $200,000 as well. the possibility of facing additional charges. the da would only say the investigation is has it made you for new? >> all right. cool today as we battle some of that fog with temperatures inland only in the mid to lower 70's back of
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a lot of the real estate, though, a chilly 53 half moon bay. not a surprise there. 54 santa rosa, but 61 to bottle already 65 for can. 62 san jose warmest locations probably will be in the south. they will have the 4 zone in just a bit. now, looking at the warming trend that is also happening up in tahoe tomorrow at 57 should be mostly sunny by that point as well. 60 going on for monday. and it looks like 66 by tuesday. if you can hang around little bit, looks like we're going back to almost like that summertime pattern yet again. now the big view of what's going on. we get the traffic from this high pressure builds heat spike breaks back down again come thursday, friday, just like last week. was this past week here. but this looks like this is going take a little longer to clear as we have another system becomes sneaks right on in into early the following weeks. we have some traffic from the pacific that will keep temperatures a little subdued as we walk into june. backed your 4 zone forecast for today. 64 san francisco with the cloud cover the fog and all of that going
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to be much cooler at the coast. keeping at upper 50's may be scratching into some lower 60's at that. 67 going on for burning game, heading down the peninsula to foster city at 70 palo alto. 75 down in the south bay mid 70's. 75 cupertino, santa clara as well in san jose east bay shoreline to the south. some lower 70's. 69 for hayward, tri valley, only lower 70's going on here. got 71 danville, san ramon, it 70 72 walnut creek. 67 for oakland. there's a little decoupling there from the east bay shoreline to inland 72 for pittsburgh, antioch. at 75. 62 of allay continued on shore winds through tomorrow. 71 for napa and 71 also santa rosa. so expect the spots to start warming up as we progress through the holiday weekend sunday. 77 79 by monday. we keep going up to about 90 on wednesday. it breaks down for thursday and friday that familiar pattern of more cloud cover and perhaps a few sprinkles to toss about stephanie, thanks very much,
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dave. >> now to developing news, white house officials say they are planning to cancel some student loan debt. this comes after months of internal talks. the president plan to make the announcement as soon as this weekend. but the timeline changed after the shooting in texas. the white house's latest plan would cancel $10,000 in student debt per borrower. this would apply to americans who earned less than $150,000 in the last year. no word yet on the steps borrowers would need to take to get their debts canceled. assembly. democrats say they want to remove the leader of that house speaker anthony rendon from his position. kron four's. ashley zavala explains what's going on as lawmakers wrapped up work for the week. >> multiple sources confirm assembly democrats will try to remove anthony rendon from that powerful leadership position. now, the sources i spoke to spoke on the condition. they remain anonymous, but they are close to the situation unfolding here at the state capitol. they would not get specific but said a series of issues led to this point where a
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majority of democrats feel it's time to move on from renton. we're told assemblyman robert reavis, a democrat from salinas has the votes to become the new speaker of the assembly. rebus confirmed this today rebus would be the first representative from a rural district to hold the position in modern history. he's the chairman of the agriculture committee and vice chair of the legislative latino caucus. speaker of the assembly serves as a link between this branch of state government and other major state and federal offices. the speaker assigns leaders of the assembly's various policy committees. in a statement riva said i'm honored to have earned the support and confidence from my colleagues across the state from the mexico border to the oregon border. i look forward to the progress we will make together to alleviate our affordability crisis. protect our environment and ensure california remains a land of opportunity for every resident. riva said he notified reading about the votes and discuss the leadership change but rent and has not yet commented. riva said, quote, anthony randon has been an effective and unifying speaker. i'm grateful to him for his steady
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leadership and i'm confident smooth transition of power is a shared value of hours. the timing of when a change in leadership could happen is unclear. the state budget is due june 15th and the primary election is less than 2 weeks away. rebus will need to be formally voted into the position by the full assembly on public record. the earliest that could happen is next tuesday, when lawmakers return to sacramento reporting at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron. 4 news. >> a promising update now on the baby formula shortage. the fda says supplies should be back to normal by july around 300,000 cans of formula have already arrived from overseas. it will be handed out to babies with serious medical needs. fda officials say more formula will be back on store shelves next month. many retailers are limiting customers to 4 cans per order. as of now. the cdc this week publish new recommendations on the vaccine used to treat monkeypox. the cdc says jenny os vaccine also used to treat
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smallpox can only be used by people who work closely with similar viruses. genius vaccine was approved for use in the u.s. back in 2019 to prevent smallpox and monkeypox in high-risk adults over the age of 18 health officials in sacramento county have now identified 2 cases of suspected monkeypox, but say the risk to the general public remains low and let's hope it stays that way. in other news, it's been 6 weeks of toxic testimony for actor johnny depp and amber heard depp is suing his ex-wife for 50 million dollars over an op-ed piece she wrote describing herself as a victim of domestic abuse. depp says those allegations are false. he adds that heard made up stories and images of the abuse to tarnish his life and career heard filed 100 million dollar counterclaim after depp's attorney called her a liar. now it's up to a jury to decide who is telling the truth. the takeaway is that
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this was a very >> toxic unhealthy relationship that both of their careers were either room or severely destroyed. it will be difficult for either of them to regain the reputation they once had. >> the jurors are now in deliberations and they must reach a unanimous decision in order for death or heard to get paid. well, experts say the jury could decide that neither actor is telling the truth and that both of them could end up with nothing. menlo park days. robin hood has agreed to in principle to settle a proposed at class action suit. robin hood is a startup company. the suit was filed by customers who say the investment apps outages, lock h% them out of trading. the outages happened about 2 years ago in march at the height of pandemic related trading volatility. the lawsuit filed
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in san francisco alleges those outages cause users to lose money since they were unable to trade. robin hood is accused of breach of contract negligence and for violating california's fair business laws. it's not yet known how much robin hood will pay to settle this suit. we'll be right back. you know, that
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just makes me want to get up and dance. korean pop supergroup bts is headed to the white house. they're not just there for some fun now. they partnered with unicef to launch a global anti violence campaign. they met with president biden next tuesday to talk about the rise in anti-asian hate crimes around the world. this discussion happens on the last day of aap i heritage month. anti-asian hate crimes have been up since the start of the pandemic, especially those targeting women and older people. so we look forward to seeing what comes out of that discussion. still ahead in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news. a bottle rock is back to take you out to napa for a live look at this weekend's festival. >> plus, the carnival is back in town. we'll show you what you can expect at this year's celebrations. and lots of people expected to hit the airport and roads this memorial day weekend. what you need to know before hepding out the door. stay with us.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at no. >> good morning. thank you so
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much for joining us on the kron. 4 morning news. i'm stephanie land. we have a lot to get to for ya. let's start by getting a look at the weather with dave spahr. good morning, dave. good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. quite a bit of cloud cover and fog going on. at least some parts across the bay. looks like it's returned a little bit to the golden gate kind of covering up the towers. >> looks good at sfo. by the way, no delays being reported there. half moon bay going to see quite a bit of fog going on through much of the day today at half moon bay and the coastal areas tomorrow. different story, though, we should see much better clearing, although temperatures will be subdued. looks like the sun trying to work its effort, though, to kind of mix out this fog. now back to the fog issue. it should mix out in most locations, even at the coast by little bit in the mid afternoon that we have some scattered clouds working back in here for the north bay. but by 5 o'clock and 6, 7, a cloud deck moves right overhead, which you can see through the fog footprints behind it. but notice how it clears up before dawn tomorrow. that will be with the cloud cover as well. and so sunday will be much different even from the get
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go. so we have this trough traffic to kind of play out for today. tonight that will drive the on shore winds. they continue on shore tomorrow. so temperatures will be cooler than they would normally be. but warmer than today. 65 antioch. it looks like at this hour. 58 up to napa there. 59 going on for santa rosa midday, clearing up in the midday or north pay rather. and then the cloud cover does return. late afternoon, though, east bay shoreline is around 60 ish, for contrast sake pretty close to yesterday, although trailing a couple degrees and some selective 69 will do it by 1 o'clock. much better opening up of the skies in the east and the south bay for the balance of today, getting some temperatures inland around the lower 70's coming up in a bit. we'll take a look completely of your weekend forecast and what you can expect to a little bit of a minor warm-up days for the holiday. stephanie, thanks very >> happening today, it's day 2 four's. camila barco is live for us at bottle rock and camila. how is it looking out
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there? >> well, stephanie, people can't wait to kick off their memorial day weekend with some live music wine food. i don't know if you can see it. but behind me, there's already a line for the v i p section people are waiting to get inside and let me just say the gates don't even open for another 2 and a half hours. one girl tell me that she's been in line since around 3.30, this morning. these people are all here to experience bottle rock in napa. here's a look at what day one looked like for the festival. there's so much to see and do. there's 5 stages and more than 75 artists scheduled to perform this weekend. today's lineup includes 21 pilots, the black crowes and many others. there's also the culinary stage where chefs dish out their favorite plates with some artists. now, i was here yesterday morning. one man has been waiting in line since 5 this morning. i spoke to him yesterday. he's back here
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today. he also waited in line before the sun came out. he's been to bottle rock at least 6 times. and he says that part of the experience is camping out. >> part of the, you know, the wave and then doing everything in hand out all day is is the experience. so it's not just the the artist, the performers themselves. it's kind of all inclusive experience. day one was it was crazy was intense. but alec of both greta van fleet in metallica really brought quite an enthusiastic crowd with them. and i was up front for both and metallica just stole the show. i mean, they were over the top great. >> a few things to know if you are coming to bottle rock. don't bring cash. you can only pay with your credit card venmo or by registering your wristband. this year, there will be no vaccination testing or masking requirements. now, tickets are sold out for all 3 days, but people can try to request tickets through the
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festival's website. now, stephanie, about 120,000 people will be attending the festival throughout the 3 days that it is happening. and like i said, the gates today open at 11, 30 this morning. those already people in line with the music starts at noon. >> back to some great suggestions there, camila and i can't say that. >> i would include camping myself as part of my own personal experience coming to the festival. but i'm sure glad that some people are and that they're making the most of their time. there. thank you so much for that live report. holiday travel is in full swing as people head out of town for the memorial day weekend. local airports bustling already with travelers, people we spoke with. they're saying they noticed airfare prices have gone up at least a few $100 more this holiday weekend. >> it was expensive. you care to share of it. a last minute for last minute to do is over 5,000. >> i wonder where she was
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going well, according to hopper and online travel site that analyzes prices, vacationers can expect to see airfare soar to the highest prices this summer in more than 5 years. that's because of rising jet fuel prices, which is causing a surge in customer demand, which stems from, i should say, a surge in customer demand and available seats on planes. with the rise in gas and airfare prices. some families are deciding to stay put this weekend. kron four's to recess. stasio explains. >> karen nevado, the freeway is moving right along traffic as says certainly not an issue earlier. it got a little sticky. i had the chance to catch up with some people to talk to them about their memorial weekend plans in most to me that they planned to have a staycation. >> the flip flops are out. so are the paddleboards rash guards. all signs summer is in the air here at sports basement in nevada. you can in
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the running i caught up with colin age 4 and his mom about what the family plans to do for the three-day memorial day weekend fest. i think in a covid little bit on the rise is just trying keep it a little bit close to home and not, you know, not not increase in the extra risk, but we're happy to be local and hanging out another new mom echo the sentiment, a staycation is in their plans. also paying out, sarah fell and trying to go to the pool gets warm. a lot of park time 18 months old. so >> spending time outside and just hang out. family and friends, others i saw out on friday had other reasons to stay put it actually try to rest because i'm an active coast guard reserve last weekend. and so for me, it's >> going home and doing the things any my weekend because i give up at least one weekend a month. you know, with my >> wife and my family. we did our traveling last weekend to beat the crowds.
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>> and was expensive. the gas and that. it was very expensive. we've we have a rv. >> and we feel that app and we went well. we will be doing that as much as we normally do. >> and it seems no matter what your plans were. everyone seemed to be a lot more positive about this year versus last year and being able to have some kind of celebration for the 3 day weekend. here in nevada, theresa kron, 4 news. >> coming up on the kron, 4 morning news with the recent shootings across the nation. many are struggling with their mental health. we speak with mental health experts for some mental health experts for some guidance. ♪ at usaa we've been called too exclusive because we were created for officers. but as we've evolved with the military we've grown to serve all, who've honorably served. no matter their rank or when they were in. a marine just out of boot camp or a petty officer from '73 and even his kids and their kids. usaa is made for all who've honorably served
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>> welcome back. time now for another check of the weather with meteorologist dave spahr. data was very chilly for me getting up this morning. it is. and this is the coolest day we're going to see over the three-day bunch for the holiday weekend. good morning, stephanie. everybody. >> fog still plagues. you can see the golden gate bridge,
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although that is somewhat iconic, a view of half moon bay kind of underscores kind overcast feel. we're going to have that the coast through much of the day for today. what's going on as little trough in our backyard, that would actually serve to clear things out. late tonight in tomorrow morning might get a little stray shower this afternoon, potentially as the clouds redevelop across the north bay handing it over to future cast for there. you see the cloud redevelopment, mostly sunny for the east and the south bay. for today, there's a little stray sprinkles a possibility overnight. and then tomorrow, right from the get go pretty clear. not much. even in the way of fog, ok, onshore winds. we got today this afternoon through tonight, passage of the trough and all and we still see them on shore even through tomorrow night. got to watch up here to sullivan county. little switch temporarily of some offshore winds. morning fog and sun clouds, mixture, cool, 70's even well inland. keep those 70's, by the way, for tomorrow and memorial day proper might pop 80 in some inland areas. but we're looking for a 90 or
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so midweek. another heat spike is expected for the 7 day forecast. and then another cooling spell next weekend. 64 san francisco variable clouds returning later on this afternoon. 67 oakland, 75 san jose water. geography shows that's one of the warmer numbers are hotter numbers we're going to see today, maybe antioch at 75. a little warmer in the south bay than the east bay today and almost chilly up in the north bay with
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tourism. 70% of all the money they've been is not in a hotel. it's out in the community where they're buying souvenirs, plain clothing. >> the eating out going to bars, taking course going to museums, you know, by an exhibit seconds it really is very deep. but people do when they spend money when iconic scenes like the golden gate bridge and fisherman's wharf should get some screen time during the games broadcast showing off the city to an international audience, attracting them to come visit in the future. >> during the finals at chase center right down the embarcadero at pier. 39 restaurants are bracing for a big boom in business before during and after the games were aided by a lot of extra beverage and food and staff up because we're going to have been crowds over the next couple weeks. the first finals game is thursday. the second on sunday. that means a long weekend for basketball fans. >> and their wallets in san francisco, justine waldman, kron, 4 news.
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>> if you're planning to head to a national park this long weekend, you're not alone. california park rangers are getting ready for some large crowds. rangers are reminding people planning to go out on the water to always wear a life vest. kids under 13 are required by law to do so. alcohol is, of course, band. >> we do have our incidents on the river that there are but we try to minimize those every year. that's why this is important to get the word out early and have these people come out but but make sure that they are very safe. >> metro and city fire departments as well as the rangers will be out patrolling this weekend to make sure everyone is following the rules. >> happening now, you'll be seeing all kinds of colorful costumes if you're in. >> as san francisco's mission district this weekend. that's because a major celebration. the cart of all is underway. carnival is a deeply rooted tradition here in san francisco with the exception of a two-year break during the
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pandemic. the event has been a dazzling display of latin talent for for decades. kron four's ellis of the money and has a sneak peek of what you can expect. >> all weekend long, san francisco's mission district will set the stage for a massive party called gotten of the rough will. re is an ode to the homeland of the city's historic latin american community. thousands of musicians and dancers make their way both between and a top decorated floats, bringing with them the gift of song and dance born in countries far and wide like brazil, mexico, fun on and cuba. >> it's a tradition dating back to 1979 and the memories for the festival's executive director. there are 3 go the un go way back. here he is with his mom on a float as a kid. so i'm a carnival baby. and mom was actually >> a pregnant 7 months on a float. 30 almost 33 years ago.
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and so i love the product of cornwall, literally that on explains that the festival is so much more than meets the eye. >> throughout all the fun, the mission becomes a place for people to unite and do business of us didn't have the privilege to. >> to this day, to join the country club or to be part of a space where you intentionally network. well, carnival thos are at that point. our festival parade is that point for people to meet to engage to dialogue, to discuss to, to make business. and for this year's oakland based headliners lows that gotten is exactly how the panamanian hip-hop duo linked up. got history and carnival. >> no mere rico have this connective like a and then we met up back again in carnival. that's when outside and let you know, i'm making music to come. check me out stage that this trait and then he came. check me out. and then from
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there, you know, started making news. >> the front kind but it's also it was born. i in the basins and but as this is, it is good. >> musicians will be up stage, entertaining audiences. well, past the end of the parade at 2 o'clock. but if you want to check out all the action head over to 24th and bryant streets at 09:30am, in the morning both saturday and again on sunday. >> looks like it's going to be a lot of fun. that was kron four's ella sogomonian. >> and as you just mentioned again, so you have it. the parade is going make its way down. mission street to 15th in harrison where it will. and around 2.30, and the fun is going to continue with food and performances after that. again, it's happening today and tomorrow. if you're planning a trip this holiday weekend, you can expect to pay record high gas prices according to trip y more than $ gallon wherever you look, san francisco with the highest prices at $6. and $0.37. napa
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coming in. second highest in the bay area just under a cent less than san francisco and marin and san mateo not too far behind as well. i did see a place going that was so in $7 per gallon in san francisco. at one point. pretty crazy. all right. dozens of dmv offices around the state will have extended hours over the summer months, starting next thursday, june second, 64 offices open at 07:00am except for wednesdays. they will close at 05:00pm. the area locations include san francisco, san mateo, santa clara fremont and allay officials say while the dmv has made many of its service is available online, extending hours will help people with making transactions, especially those who need to process their applications for a real id. a reminder that starting next year, we're going to need a real id. 2 board, domestic flights. we'll be right back.
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texas can be traumatic. even for those of us watching from our tv screens. kron four's felecia go reports on what mental health professionals say you can do to navigate through this difficult time. >> you do not have to know anyone connected to the deadly mass school shooting in uvalde, texas to feel empathy for those living through the horror says doctor ronald mom, he says empathy is natural, you but then what does that do to decide the future? just to take you down? >> or do you to you? hopefully don't have activate meaning making you more aware of issues plaguing society, potentially inspiring you to get involved in correcting problems like educating people on the dangers of gun violence. >> when it comes to talking to kids, doctor moss says adults should match their words with their body if you're the adult. >> and you're terrified. you're anxious. use just stop. they pick up that energy. your worst. maybe it is ok, don't worry about but if you look
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shaken, your words will be. holland says doctor mom, who is a licensed marriage and family therapist based in castro valley has pass figure out what they can do. what they can do. course, it also means that some with the canton, we can't change the world. all that wants to can remove each or they can't evil, but they that they can do certain things and certainly can tell children we will everything we can to make sure that you're safe and be sure to do with people who would take your doctor. marek amends, trying to find the good in life despite the turbulence in the world, it's okay to enjoy sports concerts and any other outings that make you happy. >> dwelling on the negative is unhealthy. phillipe djegal all y kron. 4 news. >> and if you are struggling with your mental wellness center, you're just looking for someone to speak with or even just listen. you can call the national suicide prevention hotline. that number is right there on the
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morning, everybody. i saw some glittering along the bay there from your shot half moon bay, though, still pretty much overcast with the fog left over. >> very slow to clear at the coast will be the story today. we'll probably see some better clearing this afternoon and tomorrow for everybody. this is going to really improve. so once this system passes us, we're going to be pretty much an well quotation marks the clear. so again, here's half moon bay. again, kind of overcast going on here. you have a stray bit of cloud cover and we expect more up in the north bay for this afternoon. and by the time it drop south to the east and the south bay peninsula, all that it will be pretty light. so will be after sunset sunlight daylight hours. and we'll get into tonight with all of this. so what is monday? look like? it continues improving as we stay in the sunday mode here. temperatures in the 70's mostly inland, although we may pop 80 here and there 50's still at the coastal sluggers to get those temperatures moving. but they will by tuesday into wednesday back to the winds. currently they're on shore in the teens. you'll notice we expect a little
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uptick this afternoon and still for tonight into tomorrow with the passage of the system might have a brief moment of offshore wind spurred happening into tuesday. by the way, before the high takes over 67 for antioch got a lot of 60's in the east bay for right now over the east bay hills. meanwhile, on the bay side got 50's their spit. these also up in the north bay to 61 for the bottle. and 63 san jose. back to that. fog again clears out as we approach around the noon hour comes back again. as you can see before sunset but clears prior to sunrise. so for today inland, particularly turning kind of mostly sunny again, they'll be a deck of some cloud cover up in the north bay this afternoon with temperatures very subdued, lower 70's across most of the region. but in the south bay, 75 today. and that's going to be the one of the warmer spots on our board. 67 for oakland in a bit. we do have that 4 zone forecast to cover that to stephanie looking forward to it. thank you, dave. new developments in the school shooting in texas. authorities
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now admitting. >> that law enforcement made the wrong decision when responding to that shooting, authorities said 19 officers waited outside the classroom for more than an hour as the gunman shot and killed 19 students and 2 teachers. the director of the texas department of public safety sharing monday. more excuse me friday morning that the commander on scene during tuesday's shooting thought the gunman was barricaded inside a classroom and that the children were not at risk. director steve mccraw call this the wrong decision. u.s. patrol border agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom where they shot and killed the gunman. the new details causing more heartbreak for already grieving parents. >> what kind of jobs they have. i mean, they're like this isn't about on the back of car to protect and serve. protect why? why didn't protect you? >> the following this new information the texas governor says he's livid about what
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happened and that he was initially misinformed about how police handled this situation. that controversial police response to what happened in texas continues to raise questions about officer training and decision-making kron four's. dan kerman got some insight from experts. >> is a variant. there's no no excuse for that. law enforcement authorities in texas admitted friday they should not have waited. 45 minutes. >> to re-engage the shooter who barricaded himself in a classroom with school kids, especially considering shooting, continued during that time frame. the protocol is very clear. you have no choice but >> stop the shooter come pulling the trigger. pierre, everybody knows that there's a you know, you go to the gun. go to that you confront the threat again. you want to neutralize and stop the threat. if it's ongoing, you know, not you don't have the luxury of time. experts say given what's known now, law enforcement officials clearly made a mistake. >> it was the wrong call
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because they had an active shooter and they're the continued the shooting killing of the kids. apparently they had. >> active shooter training and while the and a that part of texas. but apparently they need to do some more trade. >> experts say that active shooter training must also include what happens when a suspect barricades himself with his victims. they also say there must be better coerdination with schools before an incident happens. not just something you can read, but actual training. >> where there's interaction and where they have a protocol and then were they where they tell the school what to do when there's a me to shun set up. >> experts say investigators will have to determine whether it was poor training or bad decision-making that led to the mistakes in texas. some are also calling for stepping up the way we protect our kids in school. >> i think you need to have armed security, a deterrent, someone that that is trained
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with a firearm that can do something about this. >> dan kerman kron, 4 news. >> there are disturbing new details of how an 11 year-old girl survived the school shooting in texas this week. in an interview me us or ios as she smeared the blood of one of her classmates on herself and play dead during the attacks. rio herself did get hit in the head and shoulder by fragments, but is otherwise ok? that sounds absolutely terrifying. the nra annual convention continues this weekend in houston, texas, just 300 miles from tuesday's mass shooting in uvalde. there were several calls from different organizations and politicians for the nra to cancel the event. but organizers went ahead as planned kron four's rob nesbitt reports on what happened opening day. >> the nra's convention is expected to draw around 55,000 attendees from friday to sunday. several speakers backed out. but that didn't stop others from voicing their opinions about the shooting at
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robb elementary school and gun before entering the door of houston's george r brown convention center. nra members were met with a chance and signs of protesters. senator scott wiener describes the association's choice to have the convention 3 days after the uvalde school shooting as tone deaf. it's not surprising because we are a stronger over and over again. >> but it could care less this mass shootings that are literally showing her children friday. speakers included nra leaders, senator ted cruz and former president donald trump. he started by reading the names of the 19 students and 2 teachers who were shot and killed tuesday. aletha. >> ramirez. >> later listing off ways to prevent another mass shooting that included changing the approach to mental health and increasing security in schools. >> there should be strong exterior fencing, metal detectors and the use of new technology to make sure that no unauthorized individual can
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ever enter the school. some politicians and celebrities canceled their appearances on stage, including texas governor greg abbott. and unlike some, i didn't disappoint you by not showing up. governor abbott instead sent a pre-recorded video saying stricter gun laws are not the answer. thousands of laws on the books across the country that limit. >> the owning or using a firearms. laws that have not stopped mad men from carrying out evil acts on innocent people. senator wiener says the country should take california's lead a state laws that restrict the access to assault weapons and require strong background checks before purchase. we already have the strongest gun safety laws in the country. we also have. >> i one student, one of the lowest rates of gun violence. the nra's annual meeting is only open to members despite their common interests. attendees are prohibited from bringing any firearms or firearm accessories into the convention. reporting from the newsroom. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news.
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>> get this. some parents are turning to bulletproof backpacks in the wake of the texas school shooting, the man for bulletproof gear is going up with many companies reporting an increase in purchases since the shooting. the backpacks are designed so kids can protect themselves by holding up the backpack to their bodies to deflect bullets. the cost of a bulletproof backpack is not cheap. prices range from 102, $400. san francisco giants manager gabe kepler says he will not be leaving the dugout for the national anthem. that's in response to the shooting in texas friday morning. kaplan posted on his personal blog explaining his decision. he wrote that when he was a young boy, his father encouraged him to stand for the national anthem if he felt the country was representing its people. well, kapur wrote, he is, quote, not okay with the state of this country. in response to the texas shooting multiple school districts and
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police departments in the bay area are beefing up security kron four's. justin campbell explains the new program launched by san jose police. >> as you can imagine, this has been a hard emotional week for many parents in response to this mass shooting. the san jose police department says they want to make sure that parents and teachers feel safe in the classroom. they will increase patrols around schools. they will have 4 police vehicles with 2 officers in each one that will patrol all san jose schools. the program will run through june 10th. we spoke to parents about how they feel about the stepped up patrols. you also don't want to see them turn into like a militarized zone where >> it kind of ended with the patrols. looks like, i guess so. i hope it. i know it will make me feel better in the short term. but i mean, it's not a long-term solution. unfortunately. >> i feel is a shoe the putt towed out of and is a school just in not just entities to 10. >> we will be reaching out to the police department on if they have plans to make this
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program permanent reporting here in san jose. justin campbell kron. 4 news. >> we're getting new details from san francisco police on last thursday's shooting that ended with 2 men dead. officers responded to the area of mariposa and owens streets and found 2 men in a fight with one of them carrying a knife during a virtual town hall friday, police released body cam video from the scene. watch. >> so you got to drop the knife. you talk right now, sir. tell you, drop the knife. >> police say this video captured officers repeatedly telling one man to drop the knife. as you just heard, they say that knife was pointed at rafale mendoza when the first man refused to drop his knife. 4 officers fired according to police. a coroner later ruled
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that both men died of gunshot wounds. the doj is now investigating. in other news, it's been 6 weeks of toxic testimony for actors. johnny heard or excuse me, johnny depp and amber heard. >> depp is suing his ex-wife for 50 million dollars over an op-ed piece. she wrote describing herself as a victim of domestic violence. depp says those allegations are false. he says her made up stories and images of the abuse to tarnish his life and career heard filed 100 million dollars counterclaim after depp's attorneys called her a liar. now it's up to a jury to decide who is telling the truth. >> the takeaway is that this was a very toxic unhealthy relationship that both of their careers were either room or severely destroyed. it will be difficult for either of them to regain the reputation they once had.
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>> the jurors are now in deliberations and they must must reach unanimous decision in order for death or her to get paid? well, experts say the jury could decide that neither person is telling the truth. it could end up getting nothing. coming up on the kron 4 morning news here. only on kron 4. we're learning more on the investigation into the contra costa sheriff volunteer. >> accused of distributing ghost guns. the county's top cop is now sharing. >> and look for friday. better clearing happening into this afternoon, although returning up to the north bay, that's going to keep temperatures down to the lower 70's of but even elsewhere, onls the mid 70's for highs today. more warm is expected later for the holiday weekend. got your forecast a
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>> welcome back. we have dave sphar standing by with our weather forecast. we know is a bit foggy out there, dave, how long that can last looks like along the coast for much of the day today. yeah, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. although we do see some clearing out happening on the east bay shoreline, we will not have this issue, though, tomorrow because this will probably clear out before dawn. but again, dealing with some of this overcast off towards the distance, as you will notice. so here it is on storm tracker for a little trough in our backyard going on here. we do have a deck of cloud cover just settling across the bay for right now. we expect another dose for the north bay a little bit for later data into the afternoon. and by the time that reverses the rest of the bay, it will already be
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turning to sunset. 67 already, antioch, getting a head start on that. 65 going on for conquered. still much cooler along the east bay shoreline with 59 for santa rosa. 63 novato and 63. meanwhile for san jose, one run to the winds because they're going to stay on shore today tonight into tomorrow. finally subsiding as we get into monday. but notice up here in solano county might have a real little spurt to some offshore winds temporarily before the high settles over. and yes, it's another heat spike expected for us temperatures and expected up in tahoe to warm over the next several days, although it will be after the holiday looks like 57 sunday by monday. 59 65 on tuesday. and warming even more so by wednesday as well. so if you're able to stay up there for a good portion of the week here at another heat spike. so it's another day of feeling summer-like, even in the mountains. so we play this out. got the trough. high pressure builds breaks down again towards next weekend. here comes more traffic cloud cover chance of seeing some a
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token sprinkles or showers with that. but what lingers is it does through the rest of the weekend and into the following week there. that takes us into early june by that point. so that's what's different about our system that we're getting this weekend. checking out your 4 zone for the saturday. 64 san francisco with a pesky fog and cloud cover along the coast. that's going to challenge temperatures around 60 ish upper 50's at that along the bay side. 67 for burlingame, 70 foster city. 74 going on for palo out to the south bay as a region will probably be the warmest today. mid 70's east bay lower 70's that that tri valley looks like 70 to 70 for union city and then 72 for walnut creek. 73 for concord. 67 for oakland, 62 for berkeley. 62 of allay. but look at this up. the solano county get into the mid 70's that that also for antioch. 75 71 for napa. for the concert activities. and again, going to see some cloud cover late in the afternoon. santa rosa at 71 here, 70 forecast. 77
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tomorrow and looks like 80 something by tuesday. we'll pop around 90 midweek. there's the heat spike breaking down again towards the end of the week. welcoming and more cloud cover and maybe a chance of a sprinkle doesn't help out the drought much much, but it keeps the fires that they at least stephanie. >> that is good information. thank you so much, dave. there are some new developments in the case of the former sheriff's office volunteer accused a building and selling ghost guns in contra costa county kron four's haaziq madyun spoke exclusively with the contra costa county d a about the investigation. >> and former country costa county sheriffs volunteer now charged kron four's learned this weekend. arrest warrant was issued for 54 year-old john key. he self tuesday. it has since posted bail. he had been charged with 2 felonies put illegally possessing a certain caliber of assault 2 different charges. and he was
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also charged with one misdemeanor for manufacturing or assembling an unregistered firearm. also known as it going. >> the investigation is being led by the contra costa countyn district attorney's office. this is exclusive video of the search warrant being served at the home of judge back on february. 1st of this year, mister cain allegedly gained access to guns, gun parts and for the technician while working at the sheriff's gun range in clayton. according to the probable cause document obtained by kron 4, he then sold it to civilians and sworn members of the contra costa county sheriff's office. i'm curious in light of your office and the sheriff's office been in communication about these allegations. >> we do not. but i do understand that i that the nation is still ongoing. and so that is always a possibility in the future. but that is an allegation crowd for first told you about this investigation earlier this month.
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>> investigators say 132 guns were confiscated from the home of jon and kate. we spoke exclusively to his soon to be ex-wife who says she repeatedly tried to tip off the contra costa county sheriff's office about her husband. i want the right thing to happen. a lot. >> for my children to be safe, but the community to be safe. her efforts eventually getting the attention of the contra costa county district attorney, especially finding that goes >> we believe in district about that, that we have an obligation to make for what we reached out to the contra costa county sheriff's office who declined to comment citing the ongoing investigation. john king was arrested and released on $200,000 bill. as for the possibility of facing additional charges, the da would only say the investigation is how is it you quote for news? >> assembly democrats say they want to remove the leader of that house speaker anthony rendon from his position. kron
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four's. ashley zavala explains what's going on as lawmakers wrapped up the work for the week. >> multiple sources confirm assembly democrats will try to remove anthony rendon from that powerful leadership position. now, the sources i spoke to spoke on the condition. they remain anonymous, but they are close to the situation unfolding here at the state capitol. they would not get specific but said a series of issues led to this point where a majority of democrats feel it's time to move on from renton. we're told assemblyman robert reavis, a democrat from salinas has the votes to become the new speaker of the assembly. re best confirmed this today rebus would be the first representative from a rural district to hold the position in modern history. he's the chairman of the agriculture committee and vice chair of the legislative latino caucus. speaker of the assembly serves as a link between this branch of state government and other major state and federal offices. the speaker assigns leaders of the assembly's various policy committees. in a statement riva said i'm honored to have earned the support and confidence from my colleagues across the state from the
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mexico border to the oregon border. i look forward to the progress we will make together to alleviate our affordability crisis. protect our environment and ensure california remains a land of opportunity for every resident. riva said he notified reading about the votes and discuss the leadership change but rent and has not yet commented. riva said, quote, anthony randon has been an effective and unifying speaker. i'm grateful to him for his steady leadership and i'm confident smooth transition of power is a shared value of hours. the timing of when a change in leadership could happen is unclear. the state budget is due june 15th and the primary election is less than 2 weeks away. rebus will need to be formally voted into the position by the full assembly on public record. the earliest that could happen is next tuesday, when lawmakers return to sacramento reporting at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron. 4 news. >> and we'll be right back. i'm dan o'dowd and i approved this message.
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>> you know, i think that may have startled. stay. right now, curry and pop supergroup bts is headed to the white house. >> they're not just there for some fun in the photo. up, though, the group just partnered with unicef to launch a global anti violence campaign. they'll meet with president biden next tuesday to talk about the rise in anti-asian hate crimes around the world. that discussion happens on the last day of aap i heritage month. it asian
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hate crimes have been up since the start of the pandemic, especially those targeting women and older people. so really interesting to see what comes out of that discussion, dave. yeah. >> really that some k-pop going on here for you this morning. we've got everything this morning. so, yeah, what a way to kind of start your day a little bit for the hall holidays. yeah, and your song. and it just reminds me of 90's kind of club music a little bit, ok, a little bit there. so early. 22 thousands there. so it's nice to see that kind of coming back at the world. phenomenal, though it's coming out of south korea. this things all over the world. people going nuts over this. it really is, too. so i'll be seeing them in concert anytime i'll definitely watch events okay, okay. hey, we've got a sweet forecast coming up a little bit on the cool side of this. talk over that. that's fine. there's actually getting up to around we have the background music may be armed on this helps me work a little bit. 84 on thursday friday, 77, what's interesting here is
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will trough, stephanie. that's going to cool us off. bring some cloud cover. and here is i say the fire retardant coming across. we need that. so yes, first things first, we'll warm up get into monday tuesday. watch out maybe temporarily in solano county might have a whisper offshore wind warming up with a high-pressure midweek breaks down again towards the end of the know what it feels like. it's spring, even though we're n the summers. yeah, it's so interesting because last week it was so hot. summer one of the >> all right. so you have this beautiful shot. we know this is their 6, 5, 8, have a great day. everybody was so am content ok from buy?
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