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across the street and catty corner to the scene itself will step out of the way here. so you can see what's kind of going on from our point of view. there's police vehicles here and there's actually even more. >> just over top of the hill, as you get closer to the scene itself. but we just got an update. moments ago, we're told officers received the call just after 4.50, and they responded within about 3 minutes. that's when officers encountered the suspect and the victims on the second floor, which is where the scene itself is. there is an orthopedic office on that floor. tulsa police, i've said that for innocence were killed, which could be a combination of staff and patients here. they're still working that situation out. and the shooter was also found dead with a self-inflicted gunshot wound, bringing that death toll to 5 total people. the shooting itself lasted roughly 5 minutes and no officers were injured. the suspect is said to be a black male between 35 and 40 years old are in that age range who had one long gun and a handgun and it is believed that both of those weapons were used in this particular incident this afternoon. we'll be sure to
keep you updated as more information is released throughout the night reporting in tulsa, austin percent. back to you. >> and another big story we continue to follow tonight. the old fire burning in napa county containment has grown to 30% now and the burn area remains at 570 acres. residents there were able to return to their homes after evacuation orders were lifted overnight. the old fire as it's called, was first reported at soda springs road yesterday afternoon around 3, 30 firefighters say they held a fired a 570 acres overnight. it didn't grow in size. no injuries have been reported so far. no structures have been damaged. officials say the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >> and now to some developing news out of benicia. fire crews are working to put out a 2 alarm vegetation fire. this is happening at lake herman and industrial. this is video from a live camera in that area. as you can see, black smoke is visible. police are
asking people to avoid this area as the firefighters tried to get a handle on the flames and we will continue to keep an eye on it as well and bring you any updates as are necessary. >> some bay area organizations and agencies are among those which we'll share 118 million dollars in local wildfire prevention grants calfire made that announcement today. cal fire says 144 local fire prevention projects along with the more than 100 funded last september will help local communities get ready for wildfire. but the news isn't all good. in fact, a bipartisan group of state legislators say that. >> cal fire is ill-equipped to battle this summer's wildfires due to severe under staffing now hoping new legislation will get the votes in the governor. sign off to change all of that on first-and kerman reports. the human cost is being felt. >> month without downtime. desperate calls for mental health, broken marriages and
suicide. >> cal fire captain liz brown joins state lawmakers from both sides of the aisle wednesday to support legislation that will cal fire is staffed. they say while california's population has doubled since the mid 70's cal fire hasn't kept up. cal fire has the same amount. it's not less fire engines and less personnel. and we did in the 1970's, the legislation would add 356 full-time firefighters. so each engine could have 3 firefighters aboard. right now, the only way to achieve that is through mandatory overtime, which is taking its toll many times. they're deployed 40 60 days in a row without a single day off. >> and they're deployed an incredibly traumatic conditions. and what we know working these long, 40 to 60 days in a row away from their families is leading to significant stress and mental health challenges among the cal fire firefighting force senate bill 10, 60 to help save the lives of the men and
women to help save our lives. >> more than 700 seasonal firefighters to work his hand. crews but also be added at a cost of more than 200 million dollars a year as well as a requirement that cal fire submit a staffing plan to the legislature so they can meet the demands of what has become a year-round fire season in california. >> cal fire has dedicated their lives to keep us safe. now we need to step up as the state to keep them safe and fight for firefighters. >> backers of the legislation are hoping they can get it passed and signed by the governor in the next 2 weeks. dan kerman kron, 4 news. >> well, as check on our 4 zone weather forecast always a factor when we're talking about wildfires were looking out. now, though, at the neighbors toll plaza traffic very light and not much going on out there, lawrence, for a kind of peaking on the temperatures right now. are the winds going back off to or when back off overnight tonight? but again, you get that delta breeze kicking and
it's that time of the afternoon get that offshore flow that turns shore breeze and >> here we go. we've got those winds kicking in right now to 70 miles an hour near the fire in oak knoll 14 mile an hour. more of a southerly component of the napa area. and of course, we just had that fire now just to get underway in the nation. we're seeing that delta breeze kicking in that direction. so i want to check on some of those conditions as well. and they are consistently seen that when 2, they've got a 17 mile an hour west southwesterly wind that will blow that smoke further down the road. so you get a place like a pittsburgh bird landing in those areas. got to watch out for some that smoke tonight. and of course, in around this active fire has really looking toward a the mountain ranges. you can see all the canyons there, though. factor in the fire overnight tonight, the winds likely to calm down a bit. still some of that smoke lingering and then as we head through the evening, you see right now we've got a pretty good on shore. push sending most of that smoke over the place like vacaville and winters over the hills. there across town speak. but then over the evening hours, well, things begin to change. those winds begin to calm down. all of a sudden you start to see some
of that smoke, phil, into the valleys. we are expecting those winds tonight to a decrease and that's some of that smoke to make its way inside the napa valley overnight. and then tomorrow afternoon, i think gustier winds by the afternoon, some of those gusts 20 to 30 miles per hour. thank you, lawrence. hope san francisco's city attorney says that he is taking new action to protect women in the event. the u.s. supreme court strikes down the roe v wade abortion law kron four's. catherine heenan is here to explain the alliance that he's created with the help of some local attorneys. catherine. >> yes, city attorney david chiu says the san francisco legal community is stepping up to help women who might lose the right to legally seek an abortion. also, the doctors who provide those services chew held a news conference outside city hall today to announce what's being called the legal alliance for reproductive rights and the legal problems. women and providers could face. he says, will be handled by a battalion of local lawyers ready to help
no cost more than 20 law firms are already on board. as lawyers as officers of the court. we cannot stand idly by during this most precarious moment for constitutional rights in our lifetimes. >> i am very grateful to the bay area legal community for stepping up to date during this moment to stand up for justice and the rule of law. and today we invite and challenge legal communities around our state and our country to join us. together. we can dispel the darkness. >> also today, california attorney general rob bonta issued a consumer alert, reminding women that so-called crisis pregnancy centers do not necessarily offer abortions. in fact, sometimes he says the staff makes it a mission to discourage women from getting one. bonta says women should stick with
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russia says this move is making the situation worse. plus, germany will offer up to date anti-aircraft missiles and radar systems. meantime, ukrainian forces continue fighting against russian troops in the donbas region today. the bbc reporting a western officials said this conflict has the potential to last at least until the end of the year. >> the u.s. secretary of states and nato secretary general reiterated today that the countries need to keep supporting ukraine against russia. >> hope that he's won. ukraine would divide instead he's united in support of ukraine and in defense of its own members. he's brought countries around the world together to support the fundamental principles of sovereignty and independents. they see what's happening in ukraine as a direct result. excuse me, a direct assault on the foundation of their own fees and security. >> secretary blinken added the
u.s. strongly supports finland and sweden is applications to join nato. he says those 2 countries are more than qualified to become full members and that they will strengthen nato. only nato member. turkey has resisted those applications. >> still ahead at 6, san francisco kicking off the pride month celebrations with a number of events. we will tell you how you can be a part of it all. and it's the eve of game one of the nba finals, cali christmas eve. today. teams got some work and then took the podium for media day. our sports director jason dumas has the warriors thoughts coming up? 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. they bought his car.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> the hoopla of media day has1 come and gone. and i got to be honest, i'm happy it's behind so ready to just cover a basketball game. the dubs they haven't played since may. 26, but that will all change tomorrow as they take the court for game one of the nba finals for many on this warriors team, including not staff. he's been there. the bright lights of an nba media day circus and the circus that comes along with it is new to them. i mean, we were packed in chase like sardines. it was awful. but for some guys, can honestly say been there done that. >> the fact 6 last 8 years we've been in the finals like.
it's crazy to think about for sure. speaks of all the different people that had a part in so dream. clay, andre other, that's a significant roles for as our front office. joan, peter, like? it's it's been amazing run. we obviously feel that we still have a lot things while we're here. i'll be nervous tomorrow for short >> but right now this i'm excited, you soaking it all in and he's ready to play you know, something that, you know, you dream of as a kid, you know, and i watched it. no, my years in nba, but never got a chance to be a part of it. so not part of this exciting, you know, bracing basing it. >> giants at phillies, gabe kepler gets a fist bump from the philly fanatic. it's been a while. he's there used to be games mascot. top of the 6th tied at 2. wilmer flores hits it high and deep to left. that's a three-run home run his 5th of the season. it's 5 to san francisco, but in the bottom of the frame. philly scores 4 times highlighted by
this kyle schwarber. 2 run home run to put the philly's up 65 12 home runs on the season for schwarber giant. go down. 65. they had back. they had down to south beach where they play the marlins nest tomorrow. a's fans. i visor what that is. let's go to the game. justin verlander had a no-hitter going into the 7th, but gave up 3 runs in a blink, including the 2 run home run by christian bethancourt. 3. one a's top of the 9th bases loaded 40 astro's and yordan alvarez clear those bases. 3 run double makes it 5 to 3 houston winds 5 to 4. and the a's play someone tomorrow. i think the red sox eyes on
days, right? it is all and basketball game on us to. i think there are more 5,000 people at media day. what a day there are 5,000 people so now they've had this good wrist, which they needed because, you know, they're a little older than when they last played. and se is that gonna hurt >> i'm not i don't think so. you know, they just they seem even keeled. you can tell most of their stars have done this before our eyes literally. there 6 time for some of them but it's going to be meanwhile, the celtics team. they had to play 7 games last round. they were traveling from miami to massachusetts. then san francisco. all lot of warriors are resting and they don't have one player on their roster who has ever played in the nba so it's like 2 opposite ends of the spectrum is going to be interesting. you don't have any experience is like a good thing because you don't even realize how big it is. you just plan right? but we'll see. the young warriors players have some experience to look up to get some guidance and to help them
get through it. you're an andrew wiggins and i'm going to be nervous tomorrow, but i can't wait to play. yeah, we all can't wait is going to be fun. all right, jason, thank you. >> well, there are a number of celebrations happening across the bay area to kick off pride month. earlier today, members of the san francisco sheriff's department >> gathered to raise the pride flag at the county jail. the event happens every year. but this is the first year it was held alongside the san francisco police and fire departments. the move was to show solidarity against this year's law enforcement uniform ban issued for the san francisco pride parade. >> and mark, the beginning of pride month, san francisco's pink triangle light up tonight, the pink triangle project was started back in 1996 as a canvas work on twin peaks. it features 2700 pink led lights now and new this year, sparkling pink streamers will be added to give the triangle a daytime look, see how that turns out. the lighting ceremony itself is
set for 8 o'clock tonight and we hope you join us on june 23rd for our bay area pride special called love will keep us together. our 30 minute special airs thursday, june 23rd at 6.30. and i don't know if the captain into new or in it. i don't think they it does have that name. that's their heard of cat to >> live look outside at sfo. people probably flying the game. they're going to be are going to be outside if they arrive tomorrow night. out of celtics fans wandering around hanging around in the get ready for the nice beautiful california. sunshine live. got something else offer about a little rain up there. sticking around for a we've got a chance of some showers all the way. in fact, i want to show you this long-range computer model. here we go. we've got the phone off the coastline. we saw a few high clouds from that system today. watch what put in motion. that first part of the front comes through
falls apart tomorrow. looking good. we'll see some sunshine, some high clouds up above and some patchy fog down below. but otherwise looking good. but look what sitting off the coastline. you see the big blob way out here in the distance right there. that was going to start to factor in that catches. the low pressure center starts to develop as we get into friday, still dry. but a lot of clouds moving through. and then here we go by saturday. boy, it starts to get really iffy by saturday night. i think some showers moving into the north bay on saturday night and then watch what happens as we get into sunday. yep. that drops right down across the bay area and brings a nice little soaker to much of northern california about rain amounts. well, this all works out to some pretty impressive for a june. in fact, some of models painting over an inch of rain in eureka from that system. how about that in the san francisco? maybe a quarter of an inch that be very, very impressive. sacramento, almost to 10. it's going to wait and see on that one. but still impressive. this system comes through. it looks more and more possible. that system will bring some rain drops to the bay area.
just a question of how much right now you can see just a cool look at low out there in the middle of the pacific. boy, that looks neat. you got that front out ahead of it tomorrow we're gonna start to notice the changes the temperatures are going to start to come down around the bay area. highs will be a little bit cooler 50's coast side 60's 70's in the bay still warm inland in the mid 80's and then the next couple days, everything changes by saturday, a chance of rain. that's really we head into the evening hours. the north bay, the rest of area should stay dry. and then sunday morning, a chance of rain for everybody. back to some warmer weather next week. thank you us. coming up, jailers hopes for healing. >> will smith's wife calls for action as she speaks out about story is oscars slap for the story is oscars slap for the very first time. oh, wow barbara corcoran! good morning. sorry, but we don't need any business help now. we're gigillionaires. what? we're gigillionaires now. i don't get it
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comments on the latest episode of red table talk. pinkett smith devoted the entire episode to alan p shed. that is a medical condition that she has. it causes people to lose their hair. >> the motion picture academy suspended will smith for 10 years following his onstage slap of chris rock. >> the number 2 executive at facebook owner meta sheryl sandberg is stepping down. sandberg has not given a specific reason for leaving the company. she's served as chief operating officer at the social media giant for 14 years. in a facebook post, mark zuckerberg's thanks and bergen added that he does not intend to replace her. >> many couples postpone their honeymoon because of the pandemic. and now couples on embracing a bigger and better way to honeymoon. according to an expedia survey, 97% of honeymoon plans were affected by covid that resulted in new trends on the types of trips to couples will take more than half of those surveyed said
that they plan to spend more on their honeymoons. 80 1% said they were planning several trips instead of just one half of them said that they wanted to do over the honeymoon because they were not happy about how their first trip turned out and when it comes to honeymoon destinations, the uk takes the top spot followed by 2 by harrison, florida. kind of surprising new case. number fun place to interesting. all right. >> that wraps up kron 4 news at 6 and we have her back at 8 o'clock. we'll be able nice evening, everybody. tonight.
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