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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at live. i've dealt with this before. i you they had someone i am. >> outs. proud. >> now at 8, a drive-by hate crime. what one man is saying after he was shot in san francisco. good evening. welcome to this hour of kron. 4 news. i'm noelle bellow, san francisco. police are investigating after that man was shot near harrison and 10th street earlier this week. he says he was walking home when a person in a car called him a homophobic slur. and then pulled the trigger. kron
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four's amanda hari spoke to the victim. she joins us now with an >> good evening. the well, he tells me he's healing pretty well and he's back home after a few days in the hospital, he says he called 9-1-1 himself. he wasn't sure what happened but knew he was hurt and bleeding. >> america is as dangerous for still, emory at the ridge says he was out with friends having a fun night. >> he decided to walk home just after one on monday morning. he says he paused on the sidewalk here car wash a 10th in harrison. he was deciding whether to call an uber. that's when he saw someone sitting in a car in the car. watch. this and shopping. police say the suspect took off after firing the shot. the person hit at bridge in the hip with a 38 caliber bullet that went down. that's all remember. i asked at the ridge about the slur the suspect used towards him on the floor. we have to live and well america have dealt with this before. i've you
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know, that had someone i am. >> outs. >> and i'm proud. he says, despite this experience, he's not afraid and he's proud to call san francisco his home. he had to spend several days in the hospital to heal. you can see all the bruising around the wound. he says, well, he was in the hospital. he was watching the uvalde shooting unfold. firstside wow. >> critical coincidence. but it's not commence at all. it's and specifically where we are in this country. >> etheridge tells me the bullet is still inside of his hip. he says doctors told him it would be difficult to extract it because of how close it was to the bone and that it didn't need to be removed. live the newsroom. amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> amanda, thank you. this just in gilroy, police are looking for this missing boy, 11 year-old leo ran away
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around 3 o'clock this afternoon. he was last seen on the 7200 block of dowdy street. >> that's near glen view elementary. take a look at your screen right now. he's about 4 feet tall. he was last seen wearing what you see in this photo, if you find him call gilroy police at the number on your screen. homeowner was rescued this morning after their home caught fire in the east bay. the house was engulfed in flames. as you can see here when east contra costa fire fighters arrived, that call came in around 5.30, this morning on sand mount boulevard in rural oakley. the homeowner was rescued by neighbors from a window using a ladder. fire crews were able to get that fire under control within an hour. an alleged prowler in petaluma remains at large tonight. they are wanted in connection to at least 3 attempted home burglaries this month from forcefully call met with the latest victim along with investigators is sharing some images about suspect that
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aluma police have added extra patrols to webster street near petaluma high school. >> this after 3 attempted burglaries have been reported in the area in less than 2 weeks. the latest happening thursday when police say this man attempted to unlawfully enter a home twice in the same day. the alert to the victim wants to remain anonymous, but he's willing to share their story. she first encountered the suspect earlier the week. i was driving in. >> i could see him. i tried to open the door to the front door. and i asked him, i said, what do you want? and he say, i'm looking for my dad. i say, right. the left then days later on thursday morning, he returned while the woman drove her husband to a train station around the corner. >> while the way she checked or surveillance system on her phone and attempting to enter the back of her home. >> she called police. but when she got back home, the man was gone. when officers arrived later that night, the alleged
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prowler came back while the woman was in the kitchen. she confronted him and chased after him after he grabbed the back of hers and her house keys so fast. >> and is al he's going after him. the neighbor across the street was chasing him in all. police say this man is connected to at least 3 attempted burglaries in town. >> the woman says investigators believe he has made similar attempts in sacramento in santa rosa. police say he drives a gray or silver toyota sedan in petaluma phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. >> memorial day travelers are being met with high gas prices. high ticket prices and a pileup, a flight cancellations this weekend, according to flightaware, more than 1400 flights were canceled today in the united states that followed more than 2300 cancellations on friday. delta airlines suffered the most cancellations today. they pointed to bad weather being a factor. if you are planning to travel at all this summer, domestic airline fares are
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about 24% higher than the summer of 2019. they're walking 45% higher than a year ago. so be ready to pay more. just like you pay more at the pump. if you're driving around this weekend, good luck. finding gas under $6 a gallon here in the bay area. you're looking at today's average prices for a gallon of regular gas. they're up 5 to $0.10 across the board compared with last week. knapp san francisco are 2 of the most expensive places to top off at $6.36. a gallon. best place to fill up relatively speaking, probably valais how you can get a gallon of gas there for about $6 and $0.15. time now to get you a check of your 4 zone forecast roof, a dreary night out there in san francisco. this is a live look there. transamerica pyramid almost kind of gone in that fog. meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez here with a look it's good to get the moisture at this point in the year, right? yeah, that's definitely what we need to see this time of year. that may gray. we're
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noticing that summer like pattern returning to the bay area forecast with that thick fog bank out there. but i do need to warn you about your memorial day monday. >> especially for those of you in solano county. you're going to be under a fire weather watch starting monday morning through tuesday night, warm temperatures, gusty offshore winds out of the northwest around 35 miles per hour or less expected decreasing relative humidity near the single digits for your monday afternoon. and even for your tuesday afternoon. so let's take a look at your full memorial day forecast because we are going to see northwesterly breezes from coast to valleys about 30 miles per hour or less inland areas. you're actually going to warm up near 80 degrees for your monday. so the long holiday weekend going to gradually warm up, especially after today with along the coast. temperatures there thanks to that fog bank in the mid 60's. so not going to be as hot or warm like what we're going to see and what we have seen for the last couple of days. but radar for right now tracking that thick fog bank
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out there right now live look outside at coit tower. we're not only noticing that thick high cloud cover giving us some patchy drizzle out there right now throughout the san francisco peninsula, but also dense low clouds and fog fog with visibility about anywhere from near 0. for those of you at half moon bay and downtown san francisco, a little bit better along the east bay shoreline in our inland valleys. but then it is going to worsen throughout tonight. shortly before midnight at around 9, 10 o'clock in the evening. that's when we're going to see especially around the bay area, shoreline visibility at or near 0. so please drive safely better clearing overnight. so we are going to see visibility improving after midnight with a lot of sunshine to start your morning by sunday. but temperatures out there right now already cooling down into the 50's along the coast of pacifica and half moon bay at 57 degrees. those of you in berkeley, upper 50's with san jose and freemont in the mid-sixties with widespread 50's 60's for those of you in the north bay novato. 59 degrees in napa currently in
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the low 60's. but when tracker for certainly tracking that cool sea breeze. but coming up, we are going to see warm temperatures in the coming days going to peak by the middle of this upcoming week. more my full forecast in just a few minutes. noel, back to you. thanks, marisa. turning now to the war in ukraine, russia continues its push to seize the entire eastern part of the country. russian defense officials say their soldiers have taken control of. >> 2 small cities just this week with the help of kremlin-backed separatists in the region. russian officials say they've claimed the city of lot lineman, which is a key railway hub in eastern ukraine. meanwhile, german chancellor olaf schools and french president emmanuel macron spoke with russian president vladimir putin today. they urged an immediate cease-fire. ukraine believes it can win this fight but needs more outside help. back here at home, governor gavin newsom has tested positive for covid-19. he's experiencing some mild symptoms according to his office. he is
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vaccinated. got his second booster just 10 days ago and is beginning a five-day regimen of the antiviral medication. paxlovid newsom is expected to remain in isolation, at least through next thursday, but he will continue to work remotely. and in national news, the fda says baby formula supplies should be back to normal by july. that shortage, of course, has been getting worse since abbott industries plant with unsanitary conditions was forced to close back in february around 300,000 cans of formula have already arrived from overseas. they're going to be handed out babies with serious medical needs those in hospitals, that sort of thing. fda officials say more formula is going to be back on store shelves by next month with those shelves plan to be fully stocked by july. while supplies are limited, many retailers are limiting customers. 2, 4 cans per order. >> coming up on this hour from
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4 news, a new vision for the big basin redwoods state park after it was heavily damaged by the czu lightning complex fires in 2020. we'll take a look for us. protesters continue to descend upon the nra annual convention in houston this weekend calling for gun control and firearm safety laws will take you there. and back here at home, it's day 2 of bottle rocket. that a live report from napa after the break.
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>> welcome back. 8.14, on this saturday night and a mainstay of the north bay's music scene is back. today marks day 2 of the bottle rock music festival up and napa kron four's gayle ong was at that festival all afternoon long. she joins us now live from downtown napa with the sights and sounds a kale. >> good evening, noel. and quiet here in downtown napa because everyone is pretty much at the festival. we want
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to show you that video thousands are here for day 2. organizers tell me it's actually a much larger crowd. then day one opening night last night. so a lot of people kicking off their memorial day weekend under the sun earlier this afternoon, enjoying that live music. many concerts, local, food and wine. and of course, or beverages breweries are also here. so people are just having a great time. what's different this year is no covid restrictions. you may remember 2020 the event was canceled because of the pandemic 2021. it was postponed because of that flip-flopping of health orders. people are just happy to be back. >> beautiful weather. great wine. great food, good music. great friends and family to be with boy could be better. and a great holiday weekend. >> paid out. that's a ball game or you just heard from us taking an out ball day. you'll hear from him later on in the show's the but many share that
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sentiment. it was really great weather today and the music and of course, all that great food right from right here in the napa valley. we're live in downtown napa. kron 4 good for davis. >> gayle, thank you for that. yeah. it sounds like a recipe for a good this just into the newsroom. some good news this evening. gilroy police say they have located that missing 11 year-old boy that we told you about at the top of the hour. he had been missing since this afternoon. he was found just before 8 o'clock. he is now safely back at home. all right. now to our 4 zone forecast taking a live look there at the san mateo bridge that cloud cover and fog really has moved in. reese rodriguez joining us now, reece. i heard from some people up in the north bay that it was raining in some parts earlier today. yeah, there were some very light showers. we've got the tail end of the storm out there earlier today. but >> really just giving us a few 107 inch of rain. traces amounts still seeing drizzle out there throughout the san
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francisco peninsula, specifically in south san francisco. so drive safely a few slick roads out there this evening. but your bottle rock forecast for the 2nd half of the weekend looking drier, sunnier and warmer. in fact, in that they were going to warm up into the mid 70's by tomorrow afternoon in today and certainly felt warmer, especially along the coast, warming up into the mid 60's for dlwntown san francisco. exactly where we should be for this time of year. those of you in livermore and conquered very pleasant temperatures in the mid 70's when you should be flirting with or at the 80 degree mark. so i hope you enjoyed today's warmer temperatures because it's only going to get warmer from here. we're tracking, though, first, a very thick layer of fog bank may gray out there in full mother nature is a seat certainly giving us a boost of moisture not just along the coast, but even into our inland valleys as well. that is going to continue throughout tonight. but then shortly after midnight, we're going to see drier and clear conditions and that's going to continue all the way through your sunday afternoon as well.
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so we're tracking temperatures out there right now in the mid 50's for downtown san francisco in half moon bay. those of you in san jose about 8 degrees warmer currently in the mid 60's at 65 degrees of palo alto and fremont. not that far behind 63 degrees for your saturday night and overnight lows tonight. going to be slightly cooler than last night because of that lack of blanket of cloud cover. in fact, santa rosa going to cool down to 45 degrees. 10 degrees warmer for those of you in and check them all this city overnight at 55 degrees and temperatures for the most part, widespread mid 70's along our north bay east and south bay valleys, oakland, those 71 degrees downtown san francisco still in the mid 60's. but about 2 degrees warmer than today at 66 degrees. and as we take a look ahead at the next 7 day forecast warming up for your memorial day monday and peaking on wednesday. that's when we're going to see low 90's returning for our warmest inland valleys until we start to gradually cool down by the end of the week. but here we go. another roller coaster ride whether champ pitcher
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changes in the coming days where we're going to see pretty seasonal weather for your memorial day monday. but those gusty winds, though, that's what's giving us a fire threat in solano county. so just keep that in mind. yes, something to watch out risa. thank thanks. all. >> sell, travelers may find it more difficult to catch a flight on delta airlines this summer. the airlines cutting about 100 flights each day in the u.s. and latin america for just over a month this summer, they'll be canceling flights from july 1st through august, 7th. it's all to avoid flight disruptions for travelers during staffing shortages and weather delays. the cuts represent only about 2% of delta scheduled departures. jetblue and alaska airlines have also cut their summer flights to try and balance a surge in demand with their staffing challenges. meanwhile, a sacramento woman has been sentenced to 15 months behind bars for punching a southwest airline flight attendant last year during the flight's arrival into san diego from sacramento. last may vyvianna
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kenyan u.s. refused to follow safety protocols and then started attacking the flight attendant. as you can see in this video that flight attendant suffered several injuries, including 3 chipped teeth. a judge has also ordered kenyan to pay $25,000 in restitution and take anger management courses. national news tonight, protesters lined the entrance to the nra convention in houston, texas, yet again today calling for increased gun control and firearm safety laws. the national rifle association's annual convention continues in houston just days after the school shooting in uvalde reporter chip yost was in houston today. he has more from demonstrators who say they want to be part of the solution. >> inside the national rifle association's annual convention in downtown houston. almost every type of gun you can imagine was on display. what was also on display from every remember we spoke to including sheriff wayne ivey of brevard county,
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florida was a firm belief that new gun control laws were not the way to respond to the valley school shooting. it happened just about 280 miles from here earlier this week. what do you say to people who believe that we need to put more gun control measures in place like ban the sale of assault rifles like the one used in the route. we have measures of gun control, their laws that are in place that that have measures control. here's what we don't have. we don't have it control and we don't have a strong mental health system in this country. our mental health system is broken. >> but critics outside of the convention center over the weekend firmly disagree. and that includes many people who told us uvalde. >> motivated them to do something. they've never done attend the demonstration calling for more gun control laws to be passed. iced. i see your signs what brought you out here. >> i want to be part of of a good team. and you know, i'm
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i'm tired of seeing all the shootings and not doing anything about it. so say on the couch watching the news all the time. and i'm saying i should be part of the solution not part of the problem. >> that was chip yost reporting from houston for us tonight. >> let's be clear. people came that elementary school classroom in texas. that grocery store in new york. far too many places. in this the face of destructive forces. we have to stand stronger. >> president biden delivering the commencement address at the university of delaware earlier today speaking on the mass shootings in buffalo, new york and uvalde texas. the commander in chief said the nation must do more to protect its citizens from violence, especially young children. >> still ahead on kron, 4 news at 8 o former contra costa county sheriffs volunteer now charged with selling ghost
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>> welcome back. the czu lightning complex. fires ripped through big basin redwoods state park back in 2020. that park has been closed to visitors ever sense. but that's about to change. kron four's. justin campbell takes us there and shows us a new vision for the park. >> this is just some of the damage after lightning hit the big redwoods in twenty-twenty park rangers say the forest is resilient and regrowing all. >> stall on a media tour of the forest. there are signs of growth everywhere you look what changes are coming. california park ranger
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district superintendent chris spore were showed us where in old visitor building used to sit only a staircase remains after the fire. we have had the opportunity to rethink sort of the facilities in. >> the old growth and one of the focuses here is to move those facilities out of growth and to our facility called settlement. >> re imagining big basin. california's new vision for the park on top of moving a busy 2 buildings out of the court old growth, part of the forest also be relocating some camping sites and establishing a shuttle. >> to the park in the future, it will be a more immersive and natural feeling experience where people will have a less congested a chance to really appreciate the grand tour of the forest. after 2 years of being closed, they will reopen the park to limited access this summer. this park has been an iconic. >> flagship park, sarah bart
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with some perv, i run spawn a nonprofit that financially helps. the park says the 187 million given to the park by the legislature is not enough. we think it's going to cost at least 250 million dollars in additional funding to put into place the infrastructure. the state parks is talking about. >> and if we want to see this park reopened fully, that's what it's going to take in terms of public funding. >> reporting in big basin, redwoods state park justin campbell kron. 4 news. >> coming up on kron, 4 news at 8. how many times did the gunman in tuesday's mass shooting try to get a gun before he turned 18? we've got the very latest details next.
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our top story this half hour. 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 madyun spoke exclusively with the contra costa county da about the investigation. >> a former contra 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 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 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 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
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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 the goes >> we believe in district 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 has it made you kron 4 news? >> time now to get you a check of your 4 zone forecast on this wet and gloomy saturday night across the bay area. kron meteorologist mabrisa
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rodriguez joining us now with a look ahead. it's not just wet here and gloomy swat in tahoe to yes, sierra getting some spring showers out there right now. so let's take a look at live conditions out there right now. i-80 at donner summit. >> as you can see, very slick roads there. dry for us here in the bay area. little bit of patchy drizzle. but you're actually seeing some light scattered showers for those of of this year through 11 o'clock tonight because of wind gusts, upwards of 50 miles per hour or less. and not only that, but then tomorrow we're going to actually have a lake wind advisory going into effect as well because of gusts. 45 miles per hour, less increasing wave heights, 2 to 4 feet for much of your sunday. so let's take a look at conditions out there as we fast-forward to sunday, drier, clear and warmer. so we are
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going to see temperatures rebounding in the mid 50's for south lake tahoe, upper 50's for truckee and the warming. try to going to continue for your memorial day monday. 58 degrees with mid 60's expected by tuesday. and remember, sears snow-packed averaging 0% of normal. so right now we're only seeing snow in the highest peaks of this year right now. very alarming, especially since we're just in may. and the snow pack is already depleted just because of those above average temperatures. but temperatures out there right now for us here in the bay area, widespread 50's along the coast. hebron, 54 degrees about 10 degrees cooler than san jose currently in the mid 60's at 65 degrees. redwood city them all the city out there right now in the bay area at 66 degrees with the widespread low 60's for most of our north and east bay valleys. but petaluma a little bit cooler at 57 degrees. so daytime highs tomorrow, we're going to be very seasonal spring-like forecast 60's 70's exactly where we should be for this time of year. concord, 77
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degrees with livermore. warming up to 76 degrees in san jose. also in the mid 70's as a redwood city and hayward at 73 degrees. those of you in napa and allay very pleasant temperatures at 76 degrees. so those of you attending bottle rockets going to be an awesome 2nd half of the weekend. warming trend going to continue peaking on wednesday with temperatures about 5 to 15 degrees above average in the low 90's and then finally inland relief arriving on thursday before we cool down to seasonal temperatures just in time for next weekend. back to you know, well, thanks, lisa. vice president kamala harris paid her respects today at the final funeral for the buffalo shooting victims. 86 year-old ruth whitfield was laid to rest today at mount olive baptist church. >> in buffalo, she was the oldest of those killed in that mass shooting. the funeral was also attended by the reverend al sharpton who delivered what fields eulogy, the vice president addressed those mourners at the service making an emotional plea to end senseless violence. meanwhile,
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new details have emerged about the 18 year-old who shot and killed 19 students and 2 teachers in texas on tuesday. officials say the gunman tried to buy a rifle for at least 8 months leading up to the tragic shooting. he reportedly asked his sister to help him buy a gun as far back as september of last year, she refused. he legally bought an assault rifle on may 17th his 18th birthday at a local sporting good store. you can purchase 375 rounds of ammunition. the very next day. and he bought another semi automatic weapon. 2 days later. he also openly commented about his reputation as a likely school shooter on social media and threatened rapes in the weeks leading up to tuesday's deadly massacre. the main online fundraiser for the victims of that texas school shooting has now raised 4.5 million dollars. the fund organized by victims first on gofundme dot com. they say
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they're putting 100% of these donations towards victims, families and those wounded in the attacks. if you'd like to help, there are several fundraisers for different families. all on that web site. we do have a link on our reps website kron 4 dot com. in florida. the families who lost loved ones when a florida condominium tower collapse last year have reached a 1 billion dollar settlement. a florida florida judge has given the initial approval to that settlement. the collapse of the 12 story, champlain towers, south building killed 98 people last june under the agreement, the money will come from several different sources, including insurance companies and engineering companies. none of the parties are admitting any wrongdoing. >> still ahead here at 8, it's national safe boating week. how you can stay safe on the water this summer the weather heats up. >> a major company introducing
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electric power to women to the market. could this mean wire construction in your neighborhood now? i'm rich demuro. that's coming up in tech. smart >> and in sports, the giants done in with one swing of the bat and cincinnati has the story.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> usually off the field distractions are a great thing for pro sports teams. but me
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to re evaluate that for what the giants are currently going through. they've lost 7 of their last 9 games. so perhaps this odd situation is a welcome diversion from a slump. >> here's what i'm talking about. this is video of last night's altercation between jock peterson and reds outfielder tommy pham pham slott petersen over a fantasy football dispute and major league baseball then suspended pham for 3 games. but the game must go on. bottom of the first kyle farmer taking alex one deep to left and into the bleachers for a three-run home run. it's 3, nothing read. we go all the way to the top of the 9, 3, 2, reds giants down to their last out. warmer for singles to right field. joey bart is giving the green light to come home and be safe. it's tied. rusty days, aquino has one of the best arms in baseball and he shows a fight easily getting bar at the plate. so game over, giants lose 3 to 2. we're going to try to salvage one of 3 games in the series tomorrow. the a's hosting the twins in front of 6,502 at the coliseum. 5th
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inning already 5 one rangers bases loaded marcus semien. >> hits one deep to center and over the infinity sign for a grand slam. believe it or not, this was some ian's first home run of the season. he's only hitting. >> one 94, but he gets the best of his old team in their ballpark. 9, one, texas there. and then the rangers role 11 to 4. so oakland tries to avoid four-game sweep tomorrow. so college softball heating up this time of year. stanford taking on oregon state in the ncaa super regional always got spirited fans. top of the first chris messmer singles through the hole between shortstop and 3rd. 2 runners score. the beavers. take a 2. nothing lead. we've got some excited fans. bottom of the 5th cards still down 2, nothing but have a chance with the bases loaded. o s use mariah meson strikes out taylor get burgers to end the inning and oregon state goes on to win 2,
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nothing with their second loss in 2 days. that means stanford season is over the beavers advance to their second ever. college world series. the good news for stanford is the baseball team advance to tomorrow's pac. 12 title game with a 5, 4, win over arizona. and finally, does anyone have more fun than soccer? fans are rockets crowd in la as the earthquakes take on el afc tied to do in the 47th minute briant rodriguez gets the centering pass. the old onion bag 3 to l a that was the final score. the quakes now fall to 3, 5, 6, on the season. >> some of that some good. >> soccer going on. i'm not usually i don't pay attention to soccer team. they've got some crazy hyped up. and just you know, that the are having a little bit of a turnaround in the last couple weeks and that was one today. can you not going well, there's another thing thanks, kate. another thing thanks, kate. thanks. we'll be right back. i'm so glad sauced & loaded fries are back. yea. i really missed this. i missed us.
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he promised investors if they bought his stock, they would get $50 billion a year in profits from robotaxis. they bought his stock. so, where's their money? and he told investors tesla was worth $1 trillion by claiming tesla was the leader in driverless robotaxi technology. but tesla doesn't have driverless robotaxi technology. tesla's full self-driving software requires a driver! many other companies have already deployed driverless robotaxis that are way ahead of tesla's. so where's the investors' money? in the last year, elon musk pulled $48 billion out of tesla, seven times the profits they've ever made. his ceo compensation was 1,000 times the average for a fortune 500 ceo. elon, is your full self-driving software just a trillion-dollar ponzi scheme? did you become the wealthiest man in history by swindling customers and investors? i'm dan o'dowd and i'm running for u.s. senate
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because congress needs to shut down elon musk's full self-driving fiasco. someone needs to stand up to him. kick off the party with my triple cheese & bacon sauced & loaded fries. yep. my famous curly fries smothered in three melty cheeses and bacon are back.'re drooling. my $3.50 triple cheese & bacon sauced & loaded fries. order on the jack app today. >> welcome back. the indianapolis five 100 returns tomorrow back at full capacity for the first time since 2019, alexa ross was at the indy motor speedway today. she's got more on what's in store this year. >> well, they don't call it the greatest spectacle in racing for nothing. 300,000 people are expected to pack the stands here at the indianapolis motor speedway for the first time since 2019.
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>> engines soundtrack of spring in speedway, indiana. and growing up. mike mchenry always kept the windows down to enjoy it. >> for me, it's the reason i never moved away. i love listen to the race cars. i love watching race cars. so this one right here. this is the 100th. his passion for the sport began. 55 years ago safe i find in 1982, could hear the indy 500 is a part of mchenry's dna. at this point he's been at every running of the race since 1980. >> with the exception of 2020, it's hard to put into words the disappointment because >> that's what i do on race day race and i still count is going, you know, i got the tickets and i watched the race. now. fans and drivers are preparing for one of the increases largest projected crowds in 20 years. i just love being around the event. you know, the who paul, it brings to the, you know, the community. >> everybody gets engagedwin the in the race. cars are really built. this place is a lot of things a lot at the end
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of the day, the fans are really what, what? make the 500 500 wait to see? clearly, i don't know how i'm going to feel i'm going to be like there just super excited. i hope i'm just super excited come back. seen know that we're going to top 3 top 4 local crowd makes us not want to feel that energy on sunday. as long as the sun's out and the weather is good. it's >> and he will certainly get his wish the race time forecast 80's and sunny. perfect for any fan in attendance here from the indianapolis motor speedway. i'm alexa ross. >> a far cry from 80's and sunny tonight here san francisco and the bay area taking a live look at conditions at sfo tonight. lots of cloud cover out there. lots of flights are canceled today across the country due to weather. so got a lot going on. kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has a look ahead you. and it couldn't have come at a worse time to well, especially with the long holiday memorial day weekend.
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but let's take a live look outside at half moon bay. >> we're tracking very gloomy conditions out there. misty skies overhead. so we are seeing some scattered drizzle, especially along the san francisco peninsula. and for those of you at half moon bay, the one good thing with this marine layer is it is giving us some much needed moisture that our vegetation certainly needs. and also those westerly breezes helping to clear out and clean out our air particles or tracking great air quality today. same for your sunday as well. and temperatures out there right now. we are on the mild side. we're still in the mid 50's for most of our beaches in pacifica and half moon bay downtown san francisco at 58 degrees. and those of you in redwood city and san jose. 65 degre s out there right now. so very pleasant temperatures for your saturday nigh-, berkeley, the little bit cooler at 57 degrees with concord and allay at 61. those of you into brought a little bit chillier. 54 degrees. so make sure to bundle up there with petaluma. also in the mid 50's out there this evening. and when tracker for tracking
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a cool that steady seabreeze even extending into our inland valleys with winds out of the southwest at fairfield. 25 miles per hour with gusts upwards of 30. so just keep that in mind. we are tracking, though, warming trend for your sunday and that's going to continue and peak on wednesday. we're going to have another round of very hot inland temperatures, especially by the middle of this upcoming week with daytime highs, about 5 to 15 degrees above average. but we're not going to be anywhere near that triple digit heat that we had just a couple of days ago. but then cooling down on thursday. thanks to that marine layer and then we're going to see pretty seasonal temperatures by next weekend. but a little bit of a weather roller coaster ride. i mean, i was hoping that we wouldn't have fire danger for memorial day monday, but it looks like there's going to be a fire weather watch for solano county saw more on that at the 9 o'clock hour coming up. all right, marissa, thank you. thanks all. well, electric cars. they are all the rage. but what about electric powered construction equipment? a new company is
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introducing just that to the market. tech reporter rich demuro has more on what it could mean >> for the future of loud construction and neighborhoods across the country. >> for decades, construction equipment has been powered by diesel fuel, which makes it loud and generally unpleasant. now a major supplier is going green with electric, excavators and loaders set to change an entire industry. >> those distinct sounds and smells of construction equipment. we are changing. the diesel engine been replaced. with a battery pack bobcat, one of the world's largest suppliers of compact equipment is going green with new electric options for excavators and loaders. we do from the dirty work gone. is the diesel fuel hydraulic fluid noise and vibration. these machines are mostly
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silent and sound more like a robot out of a sci-fi movie. >> iraq very quiet. you can't even tell that it's on like watching. has 35 years with public works? everything from 16 to doing landscaping, jobs, emergency work. he says homeowners and businesses will love less noise, but people like him that operate. the machinery won't miss the vibration. everything really the same >> a lot quieter and lot less stress on your body while there's a first time for everything. and today it's operating electric excavator. there was nothing short on hard hat for this with a bit of instruction. i'm my even i was able to scoop up a load, rotate and dropping off their ego. so satisfying the machine is smooth, powerful and software updates could add new features, including automation in a machine that's basically been the same for the last 65
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years. we're going to put technology on it and make it totally different in the next 5 years. okay. got to admit. that was a lot of fun. now, the very last about 4 hours and right now this equipment is about 3 times more expensive than the gas equivalent. of course, those prices should hopefully come down over time. sunbelt rentals will be the first offer. hhe new electrically starting in july to learn more. go to my website. it is rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. >> coming up here tonight, 26,000 american flags planted at the graves of fallen soldiers. the and community leaders meeting the tradition this year.
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when big tobacco's products were found out to be killers, they promised smokers safety. they called it a filter. but this filter wasn't safe or useful, just small and made of microplastics that have endangered us all. for far too long, they have polluted the earth. they're literally everywhere. there's no need to search. big tobacco, you'll have to answer for your despicable ride, for your wake of destruction. your one little big lie.
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for your wake of destruction. course, it is memorial day weekend and hundreds of boy and girl scouts and community members joined forces today. >> they plan to 26,000 american flags at the graves of fallen soldiers in the presidio at the san francisco national cemetery. all in preparation for monday's official memorial day ceremony there at the cemetery, which will begin at 10:30am. so thank you for your efforts this morning. scouts. that wraps up kron 4 news at 8. we'll be back with much more news on properties at 9 in
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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at known. >> now at 9, a san francisco man recovering after he was shot. >> and called a homophobic slur while walking home earlier this week. thanks for joining us tonight at 9, i'm noelle bellow. police say that shooting happened near harrison and 10th street kron four's amanda hari live in the newsroom tonight. she spoke with the victim earlier today. amanda, how's he doing? >> he tells me the wound is still hurt pretty badly. but he is feeling better. he says that doctors told him it wa


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