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>> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news. 4. >> well, good morning and thank you for waking up with this wide and early here on this monday. may 30th. it is also memorial day and our thoughts are with those who are no longer with us. i'm reyna harvey. hopefully you had a great weekend. hopefully got a chance. has been some much needed time with your loved ones. if you didn't do it, then maybe you're going to do it today. all right. well, we have to get right into our weather forecast. we have a few important things to let you know about. john has been actively tracking that. good morning. hey, guys. yes, we are looking at conditions this morning that are going to
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>> remain pretty clear. pretty comfortable just as we have this memorial day weekend in general as we carry things through this monday, your forecast remains pretty similar as to what we had saturday and sunday. so something to enjoy for sure. golden gate bridge looks nice and clear. not talking any fog out there this morning. if you are working today like some of us aren't, you can expect some pretty easy travel conditions. not just because weather is cooperating, but because about half the workforce probably be hitting those roads at around 08:00am. temperatures only in the 50's for most of us. when you're at 61 petaluma napa in the 40's, the late host sitting at 53. so a cool start to this day. winds are definitely still factor. it's the cool sea breeze, though, most breezy at the coastline down to the delta as that cool coastal air sweeps on up through areas like solano county out into the san joaquin and sacramento rivers. now temperatures will be in the 50's 60's and 70's at the coastline all the way to our inland areas. a couple of low 80's expected for the stigma and so fairly wide range of
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numbers. again, definitely cooler at the coast. warmer further inland. all of us, though, sitting under a good dose of sunshine, all of the full memorial down more morial day. break down of your forecast. still to come on this monday, john, thank you for that. let's go look at your bridges this morning. timid drive to make it into the city this morning. >> well, the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. you're at about 13 minutes out of richmond heading across towards santa fell about a nine-minute drive and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls about 20 minutes. in the east bay. several fires have already sparked over the weekend. we're going to show you the one and the wetlands near pittsburgh. and they point it started burning again sunday as those winds increased. well, this fire started saturday afternoon and burned about 20 additional acres there. an additional 30 acres burned on sunday, according to contra costa fire. the fire will continue to smolder for a couple more days. and a couple of other
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vegetation fires sparked as well on friday east contra costa fire crews responded to one in the creek behind the streets of brentwood. you can see lots of dry brush catching fire. there. windy conditions also help grow the flames to about 2 acres before it was brought under control. then around 3 o'clock sunday afternoon, there was an additional 2 acre vegetation fire in fremont. this one at lake elizabeth, just south of the water park there crews remain on scene until the evening to monitor that fire. the cause of both of them are both under investigation. and a red flag warning will go into effect in a few hours. it includes parts of the north bay, the warning it's going to stick around until tomorrow night because of that. fire officials are asking people to be careful while taking part in memorial day events, especially barbecues. kron four's amanda hari has that story i spoke to a woman as a
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firefighter for decades. she says when you can pick up a leaf like this one here and just crush it into dust. >> you know, just how little moisture there is in the air and how high the fire risk in value been in front of it and tell you experience that in person. >> don't know how fast or how big that parking yet. >> and those conditions, president of fire safe sonoma. roberta mcintyre says people should take the red flag warning seriously. fire officials are forecasting critical fire. weather conditions just seems like there's been so much drought. >> and dry weather. and when that, you know, it's pretty much year-round on laws. there will be a combination of low relative humidity, high winds and warmer temperatures. >> mcintyre says any spark can cause a wildfire. it could be from a cigarette, a chain dragged behind the car. >> or even cooking had tension. do your equipment you're using had tension too.
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you know barbecue you've got going on. is it too windy for for a barbecue? >> this is video from the east bay on saturday. all of that smoke is from barbecue fire that got out of control. winds spread the flames to nearby trees and homes. mcintyre says most fires are caused by human error. roughly 95% of fires in california. >> are caused by people. >> whether it's a quiet month, are people doing things? santa rosa fire has already been busy. this is video from the vegetation fire on wednesday. >> sunday there was a structure fire and the franklin park area that required 4 engines and a ladder truck. but really is that? >> key influencer for a while, fire disasters is the man so far firefighters have been able to control the fires. >> when there's a red flag warning in effect, mcintyre recommends having your go kit ready and making sure you know
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where your pets are. just in case be ready to evacuate if you live in an area where a red flag warning is in effect, i'm told you should reach out to family and friends. >> out of area to find somewhere to stay. just in case you have to evacuate in santa rosa amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> well, americans across the country are on edge following multiple mass shootings. there was a false alarm caused by a stampede saturday night during a boxing match inside the barclays center in brooklyn, new york, paramedics took at least 10 people to the hospital for minor injuries. after a loud noise was mistaken for an active shooter. the noise spooked the crowd causing panic spectators to make a dash for the exit. both madonna and tennis star naomi osaka attended that boxing match between devontae davison orlando romero, along with about 19,000 other fans. well, police investigated and determined no shots and actually they're fired. well,
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the shooting at a memorial day festival in oklahoma's love. one person dead, 7 others wounded. the shooting happened early yesterday morning after several people got into an argument about 1500 people attended that festival. well, police were in the area and provided first aid to the victims. no word yet on any arrest. may. and police have made another major arrest in that sacramento mass shooting that left 6 people dead and 12 others wounded. this weekend police arrested him. tom, a payton in connection to that crime. detectives tracked the 27 year-old out at a las vegas apartment complex saturday. sacramento, a las vegas pd worked with the fbi to arrest him. well, police charge payton and 2 other suspects. the andre smiley martin with 3 counts of murder. investigators say payton in the martin's a part of 2 rival groups who started shooting at each other on april. 3rd, payton is now being held at a facility in nevada. he will be
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transferred to sacramento. last sunday, santa clara county collected 415 on one. it guns off of people's hands. that gun buyback event was held in milpitas. the county received 14 military-style weapon similar to the ones used in the uvalde school shooting as well as the vta shooting last year. 7 ghost guns were also turned in across 4 stephanie lin talk to santa clara supervisor on a lead and was shocked by what was actually collect it. he says gun violence is a problem, not unique to big cities. >> it's really and some of the be the largest city in santa county. one in people was one which was half the highest number of injuries resulting from, you know, accident and a crime as well. so but that really is a problem that bounded by. so you boundaries.
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we certainly have guns being turned in from another county, media and from fremont and elsewhere. so we're very gratified that this was successful. this one time we really want to have a kid to other cities counties to also consider hosting events. >> well, tells us the county also collected and illegally sawed off shotgun that got along with others was taken. no questions asked and destroy. or in county sponsored it own gun buyback this upcoming saturday. they're offering up to $100 for a handgun and a rifle 200 for an assault weapon. bucs ammunition will also be excepted. it's taking place at the lorain county sheriff's office parking lot from 09:00am. to 01:00pm again, that's this saturday, june 4th, all drop-offs are completely anonymous. warm weather. plus a holiday weekend means traffic in the bay area on sunday cause we're crawling as they tried to make their way to the marine headlands four's gayle ong
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brings us that update. >> what people are enjoying a day at the beach here in read headlines. but getting here a different story. if you are heading to marin county, you can expect back up on the highway around noon sunday. the golden gate, national recreation area alerted drivers via twitter about major traffic congestion on highway one. 0, one near the alexander avenue exit heading to the headlands later in the afternoon we experienced about a 20 minute delay around the exit. the agency also getting a heads up about limited parking near rodeo beach. this beachgoer and her family planned ahead. how traffic. >> but this this come early. we really to avoid waiting for a parking spot. she gives this advice for anyone heading back to the area on monday. i recall. >> traveling early will be key for memorial day monday. that's also been breezy out here. so you want to bring a jacket reporting from marin county, gayle ong kron. 4 news.
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>> well, happening today, the uss hornet in alameda is hosting a memorial day ceremony. the store and ship turned museum whose predecessor took part in the battle of midway has a number of special events planned including a color guard, special exhibits and a memorial wreath tossed into the bay. well, former crew member of the original uss hornet. we'll answer some questions about his time serving aboard the ship in world war. 2. it will also be a special q and a and a book signing with the authors of a new book about the battle of midway. the ceremony is going to begin at 11:00am today. as well as active and reserve military members visit some of california's state parks for free today. it's one of the ways the state is honoring those who have served this memorial day here in the bay area. you can check out angel island, jack london, historic park or mount tam state park to name just a few. you're
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going need to show a valid military id or proof of discharge. coming up on the kron 4 morning news. we continue our special celebration on asian american heritage. we're highlighting the journey of one bay area, professional ballet dancer, how he continues to pave the way for the next generations of dancers. >> a scooter u.s. crashes into an oncoming car in bill. why officials have reminders everyone out on the roads. and the president and the first lady were in uvalde over the weekend honoring the victims of tuesday's school shooting more on their visit straight ahead. we'll be right back after the break.
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>> welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news. a time for you now. 04:15am, here on this monday morning. hopefully you had a a relaxing weekend and
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hopefully get a day off today to rest. we are tracking your weather and your traffic. not too much in the way of traffic, but a whole lot going on in the weather department. good morning, john. yeah, unless you're heading out to the ocean today where i know a lot of people are going to be seeking the spots to enjoy the day off. then you're going to be running into some that recreation traffic. but >> aside from that, we've got out there is some really calm conditions, both on the roads and instance far as the skies go to not seeing any movement on the flag there at the embarcadero. nice clear view the bay bridge, too. skies are clear across the bay. if you're up in the sierra this weekend, you noticed a few light sprinkles. even a few snow flurries above 9,000 feet elevation bay area. we've done nothing but remain dry. a little bit breezy out towards the coast as well as on into the delta as that cool coastal air tries to make its way out towards the central valley. skies are going to be mostly sunny today. now, as we move our way through this week, you're going to notice temperatures really starting to climb tomorrow is going to be a warmer one than today and
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wednesday and thursday are actually going to be the hottest of the forecast before temperatures take another dip into next weekend. so midweek warm-up just like we saw last week and then another cool down into the weekend. much as we've seen for your memorial day weekend. as far as temperatures go it 60's for san francisco 50's 60's right at the coast. if you're heading to the coast today, make sure you've got that extra layer with you. it's a day that a lot of people are going to be out there to see. you know, it's going to be busy say carlos in redwood city in the low 70's while south bay temperatures in the mid 70's really perfect for the santa clara valley, low 70's for the east bay shoreline. well, mid 70's further inland concord and walnut creek just shy of 80 and only a few 80's on the map today. antioch, pittsburgh, fairfield and vacaville, much like yesterday will barely reach the low 80's for your daytime highs. tomorrow's temperatures a little warmer than today's wind stay is going to be the hottest of the forecast. short-lived. a little warm up, though, thursday. we're already cooling things back down and
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by next weekend, we're back into the 70's that are very warmest in chances of showers likely into saturday and sunday of next weekend right now. john, thank you for that. let's get a look at traffic this a 10 minute drive traveling from the maze. >> to that fremont street exit still looks like siege. he's out there pulling over people to make sure you're driving the speed limit this morning, san mateo bridge and across towards the peninsula. about 13 minutes for your morning drive out of richmond heading across towards sandra fell at 9 minutes and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls. 20 minutes. developing news this morning on a shooting in downtown chattanooga, tennessee. in total 6 people were shot in most of the victims are believed to be teens and young adults. there at least one person of interest has been arrested. no word on any charges. several of the victims were taken to the hospital. 2 of them suffering from life-threatening injuries. well, police say it is believed that the group of juveniles were walking around downtown when that shooting
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took place from within that group. president joe biden and first lady jill biden made the trip to uvalde texas sunday to more with the families following last week's school shooting that left. 21 people dead. the shock and outrage from the poor police response time has now reached the department of justice. the doj says it will investigate the seemingly inexplicably in action of law enforcement on that day. robert sherman has that story. >> president biden in the first lady arrived in uvalde texas sunday morning. okay. of flowers in hand. they pay their respects and that the ever growing memorial outside robb elementary commemorating the 19 children and 2 teachers whose lives were taken and the horrific school shooting tuesday. his reception was warm. but uvalde residents telling newsnation they want healing and change. not photo ops. >> we have been affected very, pery, very bad. be hearing about so close to the border.
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there's bail out every single day. so i'm glad that he's here to show support for the families. but i want to know what he's really going to do to protect our community because he hasn't done anything up into this point. >> governor greg abbott's reception featured boos and jeers from a crowd consisting of some uvalde citizens. but some out of towners as well. >> this is the line of people waiting to drop off flowers and visit the memorial outside of robb elementary school. and people have been coming from all over to visit this community of 16,000. some are here to call for action. others just want to pay their respects. >> as the president was set to leave the crowd, encour ge him to take action, some shouting. we need help. he paused stared at the crowd, listened and was gone on his way to his next stop sunday mass. something always on the 46 president's itinerary. but this time at sacred heart catholic church in uvalde, a church attended by some of the victims in private. the president and first lady met with families of the victims and survivors wrapping his day by meeting
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with first responders in the uvalde community. while the president was in texas back in dc the department of justice making headlines announcing they will conduct a critical incident review of the law enforcement response to the shooting, which some, including texas dps police was too slow and that the decision to not reach the classroom door, the shoot was behind immediately was the wrong one. >> benefit of hindsight where i'm sitting now. >> and of course, it was about the right decision the wrong decision. variant. there's no no excuse for that. >> well, that was rob sherman reporting for us this morning here. locally communities are standing in solidarity with uvalde over now meet a twin towers united methodist church set up a public vigil outside the church doors. 21 school chairs for the 21 victims killed with flowers sitting in those years. the charge posting the picture to social media with the caption, quote, let us transform our tears into faithful action. house speaker nancy pelosi has been paul pelosi was arrested this weekend on suspicion of dui.
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pelosi was arrested in napa county saturday night after a minor 2 car crash. she was booked for driving with a blood alcohol content level of 0, 0, 8 or higher. the 82 year-old was released on $5,000 bail, according to speaker pelosi's office. she is on the east coast and she was not with him at the time. well, coming up next on the kron, 4 morning news, the mission district was. >> we're following the music and culture in the carnival parade. we're going take a closer look after the break. we'll be right back.
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>> well, after a two-year hiatus con about returned to the streets of san francisco over 2000 people participated
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and this year's event which celebrates the culture and latin america and the caribbean while four's terisa kron 4 s camila barco was there. >> we're a colombian come parts that we actually represent mean that you need to look what data it doesn't. i'm representing high, huge, which means ray of light in english and it is a brazilian samba colombia, peru, brazil, just some of the dozens of countries and cultures celebrated in san francisco's carnival parade 64 groups showcase their heritage in different ways. some with their cars. others with their clothing. it takes a good 20 to 30 minutes to get all pinned into be a tire. that's letizia emma hanna, with the brazilian samba troupe, the colorful jewels and 2 foot tall headrest represented this year's carnival theme his family or which means. >> colors of love. so it's all
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about the embodiment living breathing. arts are actual theme is brazil and water color. >> and their way through the streets of the mission district with a dance called boteach at this. it's going to. >> just a lot of color. so you can see and everything had made from head to toe. >> everything like that. and they sporty from through a swell columbia, performed a typical colombian dance called mumble company seattle. the plan is just began, so. this is just our way of to show our culture and you know how we behave and how often the event has become a mixing pot of all that that will change latin america and the caribbean giving participants a chance to showcase more about their heritage. we we want to show through is known about. >> you know, because we're i put the delicious, but will that have the difference? and millions tackled as is like this one. >> and aside from the parade
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for the first time, this year's festival included a cannabis garden, a tech and gaming pavilion and lgbtqi. plus dedicated stage in the mission district. camila barco kron. 4 news >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. why california lawmakers are pushing to make jaywalking legal. we'll be right back after the break.
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