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>> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 6. >> well, good morning and thank you for joining us for the kron. 4 morning news. >> on this monday, may 30th memorial day. i'm reyna harvey as we take a little time to rest and to remember the lives of those who we've lost over the years. also, many of you are off work today because the traffic is just moving along the weather. you need to know how to dress if you're doing something with your family today. joc. >> yeah. listen to the coast4ine. then you definitely want to just a little bit warmer today. further inland, you'll start to see some low 80's. so don't need to dress for the cool weather that will have at the coast. your view outside really nice in glowing right now as the sun comes up over the horizon. transamerica building got that. nice glow to it. as the sun is rising. skies are clear from the coast all the way inland. if you are heading out to a service today
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or possibly just to get to the beach, maybe a hike, whatever it is, do enjoy it. but be mindful of that heightened fire danger. 40's 50's for current temperatures right now petaluma and pacific are some of our coldest spots in the 40's in dublin conquered oakland, san francisco hanging out in the 50's. the winds really are the catch today, especially at the coast and into the delta. more about what that means for fire danger. still to come, reyna. john, thank you for that. we talk about just how light traffic is, look at that under 9 minutes. >> to make it from the maze that fremont street exit the san mateo bridge. you're heading across towards the peninsula. you're out about a 13 minute drive out of richmond heading across towards san rafale. look at that under 9 minutes. still pretty quiet. and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls a 20 minute drive. well, cities throughout the nation are honoring the fallen men and women who died while serving in the u.s. military here in the bay area. several cities are going to be hosting ceremonies parades, practices and more to honor the fallen
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right here at home. 4 sarah stinson is live in the valley. show us how they're preparing for their parade. good morning, sarah. >> hey, good morning, rain. and that's right for memorial day. people here in little valley. they are excited to honor our fallen soldiers and they're doing that with the parade. it's going to start at 10, 30 this morning. people are just now starting to wake up, walk around, get some coffee and eventually we'll see some of the floats. that will be a part of this parade. start here, you know, gather here and they'll go throughout morton avenue to miller avenue. people will be skateboarding bike riding walking along with these floats with different organizations putting on the floats, a portion of the proceeds from those will go to ukraine, of course, coming to the parade is free. but good to know that they are doing some good as well with the flow proceeds. now many events happening in valley is also a
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volunteer firefighter paying cake fronts this morning. there's also a veterans ceremony that's at leighton square. and then at noon they're going to have a parade after party at mill valley recreate. >> okay. so we just lost era's audio there. but again, they're going to be honoring those who have lost their lives today and that event is going to run through the day. so again, if you guys want to go out the air, we're going to have that full story posted online over at kron 4 dot com. well, a red flag warning is going to go into effect for a few hours and it's going to include parts of the north bay. so you want to be very careful if you're out there because of that. fire officials are asking people to be careful, especially if you're planning on going to any barbecues. kron four's amanda hari has that story. >> i spoke to a woman that was a firefighter for decades. she says when you could pick up a leaf like this one here and just crush it into dust, you
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know, just how little moisture there is in the air and how high the fire risk in its own. tell you 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 homeless. 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. you know the barbecue you've got going on. is it too windy for for a barbecue?
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>> 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. whetheroit'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 while them 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 where your pets are. just in case be ready to evacuate if you live in an area where a
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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 in the east bay, several fires sparked all over the weekend. this one in the wetlands near pittsburgh. and they point started burning again sunday as those winds increased. this fire originally started saturday afternoon burned about 20 acres. then an additional 30 on sunday contra costa fire says the fire will continue to smolder for a few days. and a couple of other vegetation fire sparked as well on friday east contra costa. fire crews responded to the one in the creek behind the streets. brett, what you see, lots of that dry brush catching fire and those winds helped grow the flames to about 2 acres before it was brought under control. that around 3 o'clock sunday afternoon, there was another 2 acre vegetation fire in fremont. this one at lake elizabeth, just south of the
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water part. well, crews remain on scene until the evening to monitor it. the cause of both of those are being investigated. and a fire destroyed a home in santa rosa yesterday afternoon. the fire happened at a house on franklin avenue. firefighters say they saw flames and heavy smoke coming from different parts of that house. when they went inside. they found multiple bit rooms and the fire in the attic as well. they say several people were home when that fire started. they tried to put it out and to leave because all that smoke and heat. firefighters say the smoking materials started that fire caused about $300,000 in damage. house speaker nancy pelosi's husband, paul pelosi, was arrested this weekend on suspicion of dui. pelosi was arrested in napa county saturday night after a minor 2 car crash and he was booked for driving with a blood alcohol content of 0, 8 or higher. the 82 year-old was released on $5,000 bail
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according to speaker pelosi's office speaker, she was on the east coast and she was not with him at the time. well, police made another major arrest in the sacramento mass shooting that left 6 people dead and 12 people wounded this weekend. police arrested him payton in connection to that crime. detectives tracked the 27 year-old down to a los vegas apartment complex saturday. the sacramento, a las vegas pd worked with the fbi to arrest him. police charge payton in 2 other suspects, the andre smiley and martin with 3 counts of murder. now investigators say payton and the martin's we're part of 2 rival gang groups who started shooting at each other in april. payton is being held at a facility in nevada and he's going to be transferred to sacramento. well, president joe biden and first lady jill biden made the trip to uvalde texas on sunday too mourn with the families there following last week's school shooting that left. 21
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people dead the shock and outrage from the poor police response time has now reached the justice department. the doj says they're going to be investigating the seemingly inexplicably action of law enforcement on that day. robert sherman has that story for us. >> 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, very, very bad. be hearing about so close to the port of their spell 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 to 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.
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>> 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, encourage 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 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
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to not reach the classroom door. the shooter was behind immediately was the wrong one. >> the benefit of hindsight i'm sitting now. >> and of course, it was about the right decision the wrong decision. variant. there's no no excuse for that. >> that was rob sherman reporting for us this morning. and still to come on the kron 4 morning news, santa clara just trying to find ways to cut down on gun violence. >> why the county supervisor says gun buy-back programs are helping them do just that. plus, home sales hit a new low this year as demand for them keeps on going while more homes could be on the market this summer. john. >> and we are looking another day of mild temperatures today, but a heat spike just around the corner. so do enjoy those 70's. well, we've got that all the details in your forecast for the week ahead are still to come.
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>> happening today, the uss hornet in alameda is hosting a memorial day ceremony. the storage shipped her museum whose predecessor took part in the battle of midway, has a number of special events planned, including a color guard special exhibit and memorial re toss into the bay. a former crew member of the original uss hornet will answer some questions about his time serving aboard the ship in world war. 2, there's also going to be special q and a a book signing with the authors of a new book about the battle of midway. the ceremony starts today at 11:00am. and as well as active and reserve military members. you can visit some of california's greatest 8 parts for free today. it's one of the ways the state is honoring those who have serve this memorial day here in the bay area. you can check out angel island or maybe jack london state historic park or samuel p taylor state park just to name a few. you just need to show your military id or
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approve a discharge. and if you're thinking of going out and checking out all these great things or just hanging out with the family, very close to home. if all you know what the weather is going to have in store, john has been tracking that. he's got a forecast for us. good morning, thanks so much. rain. we did see some really enjoyable weather over the weekend and with so many people heading out about whether it's for the services or maybe just getting out to the coastline today. >> weather's cooperating. now, if you are heading up to the coast, i do want to give you a heads up on this. it is going to be breezy and cool out there so much as you did over the weekend. make sure the sweaters, the light jackets are with you. as you get out to areas like half moon bay. otherwise you can get away without the jacket so much because temperatures will be back into the 70's. even low 80's under a solid dose of sunshine. as you can see on radar skies are clear all the way across the bay going to be staying this way all day long. now there is a big catch to today. certainly is at the temperatures. it is the winds, though, at the coast, some of our breezy us conditions in
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further inland. also some strong winds. this is going to up fire danger bowl today and tomorrow and we'll go into red flag warning territory for solano county as well as the central valley starting at 11:00am today. this red flag warning will remain through 08:00pm tomorrow. now these are even the hottest days of the forecast. but as they are among the windiest and with humidity dropping really low fire danger is an issue here. i know a lot of people are heading out and about today. lot of you are not working today and so for good reason. you want to enjoy such a nice day. just consider that fire danger. first and foremost, as you are venturing outside. otherwise conditions out there are very favorable. we're in for another dry day for the bay. couple of sprinkles do remain in the sierra nevada much as we saw over the weekend conditions out there. we'll start to get a bit warmer into tomorrow. climbing even further into wednesday, which will be the hottest of the forecast. so if you like a mild feel today is a good one. free. a chilly at the coast, but really, really comfortable elsewhere. foster city, right
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at 70 redwood city at 73 saying carlos at 72 south bay, temperatures really nice. san jose. at 75 today. also great for the tri valley livermore. really comfortable. 76 low 70's along the east bay shoreline. a few low 80's in antioch, pittsburgh, fairfield and vacaville napa, sonoma santa rosa among spots in the upper 70's. great day for some wine tasting and that is something that appeals to you on this monday tomorrow and wednesday. temperatures begin to warm up with wednesday, especially being our hottest of the forecast. nearing 90% inland areas. we do see soon. as thursday, though, sore, quick little bump in temperatures. then we're right back down to the cool stuff. come next weekend. even a chance of showers likely into saturday and sunday. reyna. john, thank you for will traffic has been really light for the most part today? >> about a nine-minute drive traveling into the city. let's check on the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. about 13 minutes
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for you as you're making your way. all right. the richmond center fell bridge a little under 10 minutes for that commute and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls about 20 minutes for you on this monday morning. california lawmakers are considering a proposal to decriminalize jaywalking, the safe to walk act was approved by the state's lower chamber. well, now sits before the senate for consideration. that law would make it legal to cross a road outside of intersections. quote, when it's safe to do so. that initiative is brought by assemblymember. phil ting tank says he hopes the law promotes fairness in fines and puts a halt to unnecessary police stops. the last sunday. santa clara county collected 415 on one. it guns off of people's hands. they had a gun buyback event. it was held in milpitas now the county received 14 military-style weapons similar to the one that were used in the uvalde school shooting as well as the vta shooting last year. 7
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ghost guns were also turned in kron 4, stephanie land talk with santa clara county supervisor on only over the weekend and he says he was shocked by what they collect it. he noted gun violence is a big problem, but it's not unique to big cities. >> it's really everywhere. some of the they being the largest city. and i county one in people was one which was half the highest number of injuries resulting from, you know, accident and and you've crime as well. so but that really is a problem that bounded by so you boundaries. 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 lee tells us that the county also collected any legally sawed off shotgun. >> that got along with all others has taken. no questions asked and destroyed. well, in
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our international news, ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky made a rare frontline visit to kiev on sunday wearing a bulletproof vest. so when ski toward the war ravaged neighborhood, assessing the damage, he also thank soldiers for risking their lives and handed out several medals. his visit comes as ukraine works to reclaim territory in the south. well, russia devotes the majority of its forces in the east. russia is focused on conquering the donbas region. ukrainian lawmaker said ukraine needs long-range missiles to stop russia's eastern advance. this is something that we critically need to make sure that the 5 sessions back. you have hurt. they have been in the east. >> and we do need more weapons and we need specific reference that, you know, that will help us. >> meanwhile, russia is making small but critical advances in the east forces captured the city of linemen home to a key
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railway junction. it's the second small eastern city to fall last week. coming up next on the kron 4 morning news. the indy 500 is back. we're going to tell you. >> well, one and help people, phil about racine and be back on the track. we'll have that and more coming up. stick around.
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>> for the first time in 3 years, the indianapolis motor speedway welcomed a packed house for the greatest spectacle in racing. a dramatic into the race to the top off a weekend of events leading up to the holly anticipated event. reporter courtney spinelli reports from the indianapolis motor speedway with them on the race. plus the traditions and the fan experiences that come along with all of that. >> race day at the indianapolis motor speedway and it's like the past 2 years with covid restrictions never happened me like almost like
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they didn't exist. you know, it's fun to be back in the track. so coming enjoy ourselves. atmospheres maser the energy. everybody's high it's going to be one of the closest bills we've ever had. i believe the 106 indy 500 welcomed and a full more than 300,000 fans. a fast field of 33 car. and all of the pre-race pageantry that celebrates the greatest spectacle in racing. with that. the most famous words in motorsports got this race going. drivers start your engines. >> the 500 was under way and it was a competitive race with 6 laps left. when jimmie johnson crashed in the second term officials, red flag field setting up a fast in the end, it was a yellow flag. >> due to a last lap crash. i
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laue marcus ericsson to capture the checkered flag. a bottle of milk and the honor of being an indianapolis 500 champion. if you could tell your 6 year-old south that you did best, what would you say? >> dream big and work are because i think that's been the thing. you know, i've been dreaming about this. they pretty much all my life. >> well, that was courtney spinelli reporting for us this morning and again, coming up next to the kron 4 morning news. we now know the lawyers are going to face in the nba finals. >> kylen mills has the highlights from game 7 of the western conference finals will be right back after break.
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>> welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news here on monday. it's also memorial day and we are thinking about all the families who have lost a loved one on this day. we're also thinking about many of you are making plans with your loved ones and who are wondering what the forecast may be, what even the traffic looks like out there. good morning, john. pretty sure the traffic is day we should. the weather is a-ok to everything's go operating just fine on this memorial day as it did over the past weekend as well. >> which is definitely a good thing. there's one catch to it, though. that does involve some high fire danger, something that we just become accustomed to, especially this time of year across the day.
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now, the coit tower looking beautiful this morning into clear skies that we're seeing all across the bay. as for current temperatures were in the 40's and 50's. so a nice cool start. definitely light jacket. kind of stuff is you're getting out there. keep the jackets on at the coastline. it's going to stay fairly cool at the coast. it's also going to stay windy at the coast as it will further inland through the delta. and that is the catch that's being fire danger today. i'll be talking all the details on that. still to come tom, thank that what traffic is very light. >> about a 10 minute drive as you're heading into the city this morning. let's get a look at the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. well, look at that under 13 minutes for your drive. there. a lot of richmond heading across the war, san rafale about a nine-minute drive and the golden gate bridge. 20 mutes on morning. well, americans across the country are on edge following multiple mass shootings that we've seen. that was a false alarm. it
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actually caused a stampede on saturday night during a boxing match. this was inside of the barclays center in brooklyn, new york. paramedics took at least 10 people to he hospital for minor injuries. after a loud noise was mistaken for an active shooter. >> we spoke to crowd causing panic spectators to make a mad dash for the exits. you had super stars like madonna that were in attendance there and a boxing match was between davante davis and rolando romero, along with about 19,000 other fans, police investigated and determined no shots have been fired. meanwhile, a shooting in downtown chattanooga, tennessee, left 6 people injured there in most of the victims are believed to be either. teens are very young adults. at least one person of interest has been arrested. no word on any of the charges there. several of the victims were taken to the hospital. 2 of them are suffering from life threatening injuries. police say it's believed that a group of the juveniles walking around downtown when that shooting took place from within that a shooting at a
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memorial day festival in oklahoma's love. one person dead and 7 others wounded. the shooting happened early sunday morning after several people got into an argument about 1500 people were at the festival. police were in that area and provided first aid to the victims. no word yet on any arrest. all this coming wednesday, the alameda county office of education. there host, a town hall. they're going to talk about school violence. it will be a virtual for more. families can talk about how to talk about those issues with your kids now spanish as well as mandarin interpretation will also be given the formal start at 06:00pm. you can find a link on our website over kron 4 dot com and also listed on your screen. well, in the east bay, a pedestrian has died after being hit by car in oakland happened thursday night right around 11 near the west bound 5.80, off-ramp to seminary avenue. police arrested the driver under suspicion of felony dui and booked them
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into jail. a minder for police to be safe on the roadways this holiday, no matter your mode of transportation. and beeville saturday, it was a person he was ride a legally pass the lower train gate arm then drove to that intersection. this is at 65th and shell mount street before crashing into an oncoming car. well, police say the scooters was taken to the hospital and is expected to be ok, that they want to remind people on bicycles and scooters always wear your helmet, travel in the same direction of traffic. follow all traffic and rail control night. well, home sales have hit a two-year low as consumer cost of reached a record high. nancy loo has that story for us. >> new construction homes are still going up at a rapid pace, but sales have gone from hot to not as hot and new stats out confirmed that cooling but market watchers view it as a reality check.
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>> what's happening is maybe the market was traveling at 125 miles an hour. now. we're just going 100 miles an hour. it's still fast just slower than before. so houses are still selling, but high pricest are pricing. many out the hot market in las vegas has pumped up sales in per romp over an hour away from her around you to get bigger lies, bigger for for last. the prices out here are still affordable. affordability is curbing sales overall, according to new data from the census bureau sales dropped by 17% in april. the biggest dip in nearly a decade. >> and home prices are up by nearly 20% with the median price. now, topping $450,000, potential buyers are waiting it out to the mix of overall inflation and higher interest rates. typical mortgage payment is up. 57%. >> compared to just a year ago, which really translates into $720 more on their monthly payment. yet demand still outpaces supply with new
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construction, which remains hampered by labor and supply chain issues. >> you have to take possession of the home and and and get resourceful for a few months and tell your microwave shows up or your refrigerator. >> some part like that tracking by realtor dot com points to more in the tory over the summer months with indications that more owners are planning to list their homes for buyers who have patients and can wait. it's likely that in just a few months are going to see it very distant housing market morning. the story more approachable prices. >> america's largest generation is a major market factor. millennial homebuyers have grown significantly over the past year and they're expected to continue to grow over the next 2 years. back to you. >> well, for your health, the fda investigating a link between strawberries and hepatitis a outbreak. the organic strawberries were sold in more than 9 retailers. that includes all the walmart and trader joe's. they were so under the brand names, fresh
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campo and h e b so far the fda has lake 17 hepatitis a cases to those strawberries. 12 people have been hospitalized. in california. the e reported strawberries were sold between march 5th and april 25th. so if anyone is purchase that and they are still in your freezer, throw them away immediately. covid cases are rising once again in the u.s. and the cdc's data indicates the country. he's averaging 100,000 new infections per day. deaths still remain low despite the increase, but the spike prompted the cdc to encourage mask wearing indoors. they're also recommending masking up baga traveling for memorial day. >> like you're in a time warp even though for many fun things are normalizing. i still i caution. >> well, researchers are also showing concern for condition called long covid or symptoms last for at least 2 months after your diagnose. a recent study found vaccines were less likely to prevent the post covid syndrome. the health
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experts maintain the shots are effective at preventing severe illness. this is turning out to be a tough weekend for thousands of air travelers. more than 4800 flights have been canceled nationwide. more than 1000 of those yesterday. san francisco international is canceled at least 13 flights and delayed over 130 further south at lax. at least 40 flights were scrubbed last weekend. so far on nearly 420 have been delayed. delta has the highest number of canceled flights according to flightaware. the airline says it's partially due to employee absences from covid. happening today. there will be a memorial day ceremony at the san francisco national park cemetery in the presidio earlier last week in hundreds of boy and girl scouts join volunteers. they plan to 26,000 american flags at the graves of the fallen soldiers. there side is hosting memorial day event since the holiday was established in 18, 68.
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well, today's commemoration includes a 21 gun salute honoring the 1 million americans who have been killed in the line of duty and the u.s. air force band of the golden west travis brass is also scheduled to appear the 3 hour that starts at 10 30 this morning. our very own ken wayne is going to be the fc for this event. in sports, the dubs are back in action after a long deserved rest winning the western conference finals and a pretty good sunday for our bay area. baseball teams kylen mills has the details for us. >> back to work for the golden state warriors after enjoying a rare 2 days off, the dubs are in action at chase center, preparing for the nba finals. the good news golden state will get some home cooking this week is games. one and 2 will be played here in san francisco. then they'll make the cross-country trip to boston for games. 3, 4, head coach steve kerr says he wants his team to soak in the western conference finals win and to enjoy some rest away from the game. now, party time is over. >> conference finals were.
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really tiring even the series only won 5 games to play every other day. it is very when you factor in the back and the count 3 and a half hour flight and i think both teams felt that night to be in our own beds. you know, for a week straight are actually 11, 12 straight days. it's very helpful. having said all that, so got to go out and do all the work and get the job done. >> get the job done. head coach steve kerr celtics-heat game 7 in miami who will face the warriors in the nba finals. late 4th quarter. jayson tatum with the fade away jumper down. it falls to give boston a 10 point lead. however, the heat storm back down to with seconds left. going the other way. jimmy butler bringing the ball up in transition instead of driving. he goes for the lead missing from 3. >> celtics win 196 there. the
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eastern conference champion. >> they will play the warriors in the nba finals. game one at chase center on thursday. giants at red cincinnati pitcher tyler malley had a no-hitter before giving up the double in the 7th top of the 8 to one reds. evan longoria sense it deep the opposite way going back so long it's a three-run homer, his 3rd in 3 games for 2 giants lead 3 batters later. luis gonzales rockets that one into the corner. tyra was strong on brandon crawford come into score 6, 2, giants growing their lead. san francisco in 6 for to avoid being swept in the series. they had to philly to start a series on memorial day after it was easy a's hosting the rangers. kids got to run the field pre-game. you go girl. she looks fast. tie ballgame in the bottom of the 9th. jed lowry the hole in left center field. that'll do it. the a's win in a walk off. talk about a sunday fun day.
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flowery gets mobbed by his teammates. a's win 6, 5 oakland host the houston astros to begin the week. >> well, still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, the ppmission district was flowing with music and culture and the carnival parade. we're going to take a closer look after the break. >> we're going behind the scenes construction tore of the largest beer and led display screen in the world being built at the venetian in
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>> after a two-year hiatus car of all the turn to the streets of san francisco over 2000 people participated in this year's event which celebrates the culture and heritage of latin america and the caribbean ce from fours camila barco. was there. >> we're a colombian come parts that we actually represent mean that you do like with that. 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
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foot tall headrest represented this year's carnival theme his family or which means colors of love. so it's all about the embodiment living breathing. arts are actual theme is brazil in water color. >> and their way through the streets of the mission district with a dance called buddycheck this. then it's going to. >> just a lot of color. so you can see and everything had made from head to toe. >> everything like 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 everyone that crew is known about. >> you know, because we're i
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put the delicious, but will that have the difference and millions tackle? this is like this one. >> and aside from the parade 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. what a fabulous event and a fabulous weekend that many of you had. >> got a chance to myself. get out. go for a little hike. >> but if you're deciding to get things done today. >> what's the weather look like? so getting out there today. another nice one. another comfortable one for the most part, very similar to where we were yesterday as well as where we were on saturday, too, looking out there, half moon bay. finally seeing a couple of people out there. it's still pretty early. you know, it's going to be crowded out there later on. and if you are heading to the coast, make sure you're ready for the cool breeze that you're going to be seeing. temperatures only in the 50's to 60's winds pretty significant. so it's going to feel brisk along the
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shoreline. temperatures elsewhere in the bay area, really comfortable a lot of 70's in your forecast today. we are talking some breezy conditions, notably around atlas peak in vacaville, which is going to unfortunately up fire danger. so many people heading out and about today. if you do have a memorial day off, please get out there and enjoy it. but do so knowing that fire danger is high red flag warning taking effect at 11:00am for solano county as well as across the central valley. winds anywhere from 15 to 25 miles per hour, gusting as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour. and humidity dropping really low. and that does up fire danger in effect from 11:00am today till 08:00pm tomorrow. now today is by no means the hottest day ever forecast. but really the winds are the catch to it. a really comfortable one otherwise. tomorrow temperatures start to rise. and that sets us up for the really warm wednesday with wednesday's daytime highs for some of our inland areas rising near 90 degrees. it will be a short spike in temperatures, though, with some relief soon after today's daytime highs. pretty solid
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60's for san francisco 50's and 60's along the coast are cooler areas. honestly buy recommendation. if you want to spend the day out and about is right alongside the bayshore. really nice in areas like palo alto and mountain view at 74 south bay. temperatures also great. some mid 70's want to get out to livermore. do some wine tasting out there? 76 for your high. gorgeous concord. walnut creek nearing 80 while oakland berkeley, san leandro. nice and 71. some low 80's and solano county from vacaville fairfield down to pittsburgh in antioch. you'll also be in the low 80's santa rosa. nice one for you, but warm at 79 tomorrow and wednesday, the hottest days of the forecast. after that, we get relief really quickly. by next weekend, we're back down into the 70's with a chance of showers even towards saturday and sunday. right now, john, this traffic is so like this morning. i mean, do you have any plans for today with the weather and the you know what? >> probably so right now, the priority is the nap, i would
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second that. >> all right. nine-minute drive traveling into the city this morning may so that fremont street exit. let's check on the san mateo bridge as you're headed across towards the peninsula. look at that. a little under 13 minutes to make your way from a 80 to one o one. a lot of richmond heading across towards san rafale. look at that. only 9 minutes and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls a 20 minute morning drive. well, happening now, construction is in progress. >> for the msg sphere, it's a brand new venue opening in las vegas next year. it's the world's largest spherical structure. it's going to feature a huge immersive screen inside and out. rich demuro takes an inside look in this morning's tech smart. >> the las vegas skyline changing once again. it's potentially one most photographed buildings in the planet. nsg sphere is a new high-tech venue. we hope will redefine what it means to do. live entertainment. this
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structure located behind the venetian set to open in 2023. this is an active construction site first i was there for a new milestone primary. structural work is now complete. this thing is going to be big over 500 feet wide, 300 feet tall. it's going to the world's largest beer whole structure. the exterior will be wrapped in one big screen inside the >> lower circular part of the structure. we take a freight elevator up to 7 from here. the scale of the building is clear. you're inside a massive ball. that's an engineering marvel. 775 tons of steel surround you. it will hold a giant 16 k screen. the led starts behind you. >> moves over. you. and on the site. and you'll be completely immersed with the media play. the canvas so unique msg built a new studio in burbank to create new forms of content. this is meant to be entirely
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new tool box and how for the world's best creators, there will be haptic seats. plus the ability to manipulate wind temperature and smell. >> along with 164,000 speakers where i'm standing right now center stage and the venue can hold up to 20,000 people. we certainly think that this technology, the whole generation ahead of venues and experience that you can see today. >> pretty incredible. hey, we'll be right back after the break. i'm dan o'dowd and i approved this message. elon musk promised to pay a million customers $30,000 a year if they bought his car.
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>> well, if you're planning to get out on the water today, the coast guard and the contra costa county sheriff have safety tips. they want you to know about. those include wearing a life jacket, avoid drinking alcohol while you're out boating. in fact, all vessels, including stand-up paddleboards should have the u.s. coast guard approved life jacket for each person on board. make sure your children are also supervise and learn cpr. >> cent personnel that we rescue are not wearing life jackets are victims of voting if you too many people are too much on the boat, too many supplies. crop odds stacked high on fishing vessels and stop. >> it tends to create unstable environment on the boat. >> well, the coast guard says anyone 45 years and under operating a vessel with an
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morning. so far we're looking at lots of sunshine to kick off this day. you can see from the embarcadero glowing bright right now and >> if you look at the flag there at the edge your screen, not much wind either right along the embarcadero, at least skies are clear all the way out to the coastline. and if you're heading that way today, i know a lot of people do like to get out along highway one on days like memorial day. make sure you've and sweaters. it's going to be cool out that direction. right now we're in the 40's and 50's. so definitely need the jackets this morning. and then you factor in the winds which are breezy a step the coast and through the golden gate as well as into the central valley in the delta. and we do actually do have some issues with heightened fire danger in these spots. i'll be breaking down all that you need to know for your memorial day forecast. still to come first, let's get a look at the roads. we do have the bay bridge shaping up really well. so far this morning. hardly a car making your crossing right now, which is always nice to see for the rare commuter out there. it's a nice one to getting to work. the san mateo bridge. you're also looking nice and empty under that sunshine. let's get a look at the richmond. sdr


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