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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron 4 news. it's really the >> starting out in the lodge airways and back in the throat before moving up to the nose. >> now at 10, doctors have new advice for at-home covid testing that may just be the difference between a positive and a negative covid result. good evening, everybody. thank you for joining us for kron. 4 news at 10. i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne. if you think there's a chance you might have covid-19, there's a new technique you should be using while testing for covid at home. in addition to swabbing your nose, experts are now saying you should also try swabbing the back of your throat cough or say that. the second joins us live here in the studio with more on all of this >> pam and ken, i know it may sound gross depending on the order that you do that, you'll probably want to do your throat before your nose. but some doctors are now recommending that you swab the
back of your throat when using at-home tests because that's actually where the latest omicron variant concentrates in your body and like me, i'm sure you also heard about some friends or family members getting false negative results lately with those antigen tests. so this is just one more way to get more reliable results. >> i think i found out that i covid probably was by the time i was about a week and actually having covid by then shot isn't alone. >> many people across the country and right here in the bay area have walked around with covid at some point unaware that their multiple at-home test results were inaccurate. thankfully in shaw's case, he says he proactively quarantined back in may when he first felt symptoms feeling symptoms throughout the entire week. starting from monday. >> and i kept on taking home and they all came back. negative shah says he took up to 7 at home tests yet not a single one came back positive. he says it wasn't until he got a pcr test that his results revealed. he had covid
infectious disease specialist at ucsf doctor peter chin-hong says the false negatives can happen more often for those who are vaccinated. they have a lot of bodies floating around. so when they get expose virus that may cause a mild or asymptomatic infection. >> a new system is already wrapped up from all that those antibodies flooding around from the vaccines. you've gotten tense out that at-home testing the engine test more than virus particles to 10 positive. so you can imagine that you start feeling sick earlier than having unifier pick up a positive on a test. doctor chin-hong says. >> the second biggest reason for possible false negatives has to do with where this latest strain of omicron lives in the body. it's really starting out in the lodge airways and back in the throat before moving up to the nose.
>> so in this particular variant, it turns out that most of the action is happening in the throat for the most accurate test results. >> doctor chin hong recommends taking a pcr test once you start feeling symptoms and the next time you do at home testing, he says you should also swab the back of your throat and test multiple times. combine a sample from mia throat nose. >> apart from the it factor, it's something that has spots by the uk for some time now. >> as doctor chin-hong just mention, the uk has been doing it for some time. and while the u.s. hasn't officially come out and said to swab the back of your throat and nose doctor chin-hong says there's nothing scientifically wrong with doing so. he says it will only improve the sensitivity of your at-home tests. but again, results can still come back false with that method. so above all, above anything else, he recommends taking a pcr test earlier on an infection. i'm taylor reporting back to you, taylor. thank you. some covid-19 survivors have. >> persistent symptoms months
after they test negative in there seems to be no real rhyme or reason as to who gets these long covid symptoms. the world health organization defines long covid as symptoms lasting at least 2 months after infection. that can include brain fog exhaustion and headaches. but how long is long and what can people what can be done to make people recover. doctor bob wachter, professor and chair of medicine at ucsf joined us on kron. 4 news at 3 to talk about this. he told us his wife, katie is not doing great weeks after getting covid. >> i don't think we know what its impact is on long covid yet my wife did take it when she had or acute infection and she has developed her these persistent symptoms. so i think it's up in the air whether pack so does help lower the probably long covid. the thing we do know helps is vaccination and studies of people who have been vaccinated and have a breakthrough infection. their chances of developing long covid are significantly lower than those who are unvaccinated but not 0. and my
wife was fully vaccinated and boosted and still having these troubling symptoms. now, more than a month out. >> doctor wachter wants people to know that with each new variant, it's not clear how many people get infected with long covid. but right now it looks like one in 5 people with covid experience persistent symptoms, at least once a month. one month of not more after their initial infection. >> a panel of food and drug administration says that moderna's covid vaccine can be used for children 6 through 17, currently children over the age of 6 can only receive the pfizer vaccine. the moderna vaccine is expected to receive full authorization in a matter of days. the same panel will meet tomorrow to consider whether both pfizer and moderna vaccines should be allowed for children. 6 months to 5 years old. the fda has already determined that both appear to be safe and effective for younger children. >> other news tonight, san jose police say a man has been
arrested for a number of charges related to aggravated assault of a minor. he met the victim at an after-school program at trace elementary school. and officers say they're worried there could be more victims. class force amanda hari has more on the suspect and reaction from people in the neighborhood. >> i've spoken to several people as they walk by trayce elementary school behind me here and told them about the man arrested for assault of a minor and his connection with the school. and they said the story was disturbing. shocking and awful. >> we're fortunate. you know >> that happened. the san jose police department has arrested earnest from near as for multiple charges related to aggravated assault of a minor incident. like this is a very traumatic experience for young person. police say ramirez met the victim at an after-school program at trace elementary. the victim attended the after school program between august 2020 and june 2021. police say
that's where the assaults happened. we fully anticipate that there may be many others. police say they believe there are more victims. ramirez also owns and operates extreme martial arts that has been in existence for over 20 years. so we can imagine how many contact he's had with young people. in those 20 years. i spoke to one man that lives near the school. he says these situations are heart you can do is pray for them and get them help. police are asking if anyone knows more incidents of abuse to come forward. somebody like this is an absolute predator. >> we're glad he's in jail. police say there's no statute of limitations on crimes like this one. so if something happened 20 years ago >> or last week, it is still valid in san jose amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> also the south bay, a 28 year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly inappropriately touched teenage girl in downtown mountain view. this happened last friday and the 200 block of castro street police say the suspect approached the 16 year-old girl who was walking in a group with 2 other teens at the time. and then he
allegedly touched her inappropriately and ran off. that's when the victim's sister who was walking with her chased after the suspect seen here. andrew garcia and recorded him as he ran away. and because of that video officers officers say they were able to find the suspect in the parking lot of a nearby county train station. he was arrested and booked into the santa clara county jail. >> police in santa clara are looking for a man who they say it started a vta operator. authorities released photographs of the suspect. police say the assault happened at the milpitas bart transit center. anyone with information is being asked to call the santa clara county sheriff's office. 2 police officers were shot and killed in los angeles county. it happened about 5 o'clock this evening at a motel in el monte. just southeast of pasadena officers were responding to a report of a stabbing at that motel when they were attacked and identified. suspect has also been killed in the exchange of gunfire. the el monte police
department has not yet released the names of the officers who were killed. the city did release a statement saying that leaders there are saddened and shocked by the tragic shooting. >> crews are at the scene of a brush fire in north san jose. this is a time lapse video of the blaze from earlier this afternoon. it's on. it was on the car's erie mccarthy boulevard by east has been dry. this is just west of 8.80, on the border between san jose and milpitas. no reports of injuries or evacuations. peters fire is leading the response. san jose fire says there are 20 units and 70 firefighters on the scene. this year's fire season in the u.s. is already on track to be the most devastating in more than a decade. statistics from the national interagency fire center paints an alarming picture. almost 30,000 wildfires have burned 2 and a half million acres this year already. that is the fastest pace in 10 years 2022 is wildfire season is now on track to be the 3rd worst since records began in 1960,
experts say climate change is turning fire season in 2 fire years. >> let's take a live look outside on this tuesday night. just after 10 o'clock. a live look out over san francisco. and it's a clear night from this vantage point. sure is. kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow was the details guys. we have those winds. those sea breeze is kicking up right now. no fog to speak of that could change overnight tonight, but it's really that sea breeze as we head into the summer months that can make for some dangerous fire conditions. just like we saw today is those fires kind of pick up with that afternoon breeze and things to be in the calm down overnight tonight and these kind of settle down for the evening. but the winds still blowing in spots. we've got some gust of 24 miles an hour to sfo. a calm now and up in all, we're looking at some light winds now into fairfield and also into oakland. but as we head toward tomorrow afternoon, again, expect those winds to again gusts to 20 and maybe 30 miles per hour. so any fires getting started in those kind of conditions can make for a very dangerous afternoon in the pacific, though we've got a cold front out there right now. that is
nudging its way a little bit closer now. mostly energy still head up in the pacific northwest. we're going to see some drastic changes in the latter part of this week. out there right now. it's looking good toward the golden gate bridge. you've got clear skies right now out of the bridge. temperature wise, we're still warm. looking to 70 degrees in livermore 74 degrees still warm in concord to get 60's inside the bay and 50's out toward the coastline. we're seeing the temperatures stay on the warm side in the but these may be more reflective of what the high temperatures are in the coming days. but around the state, a different story. you've got the heat that is making its way all the way from phoenix, 105 tomorrow. but check it out. 96 in chicago, 94 degrees in detroit. incredible heat making its way across the country west. we've got plenty of it, especially in the deserts. now, as you make your way into barstow in the death valley, temperatures expected to be the triple digits. the central valley, california up in the mid 90. so yeah, a lot of heat out there. that ridge is going to continue to migrate eastward and continue that a hot weather track as it moves inland. but we're going
to see some cool air coming from this next system dropping into the bay area. maybe tomorrow, we might see a little cooling along the immediate coastline. we still stay warm as you head to places like the bay and the valleys are probably back up in the 90's. the hottest spots there. but we've got some big changes on the way this last week of spring. and we've got some cool weather rolling into the bay area. temperatures are going to take probably a 20 degree drop in the next couple days. we'll have more on that coming up with your 10 tips. ok? thank you, lawrence. well, most stocks fell lower today as the current bear market purse. as the continued downturn comes a day before the federal reserve is expected to hike interest rates as it tries to get a hold on inflation. tonight, kron four's dan kerman has more from the experts on what that means for the economy. >> and for your retirement account. most stocks on wall street continued to fall on tuesday. the market is. >> is really getting a a double punch of the moment. squeeze on incomes and the prospect of higher interest
rates work again, stocks historically. but there's also fear the federal reserve's attempt to cool inflation will slow the economy too much. that often means slower economic growth hiring isn't quite as rapid as we've become accustomed to. we may even see some layoffs. so we may even see a recession in the short term. none of that is good for the stock market or for individual investors who are watching their 4 o one k retirement accounts drop as much as 20% since the start of the year. >> maintain your distance. london continue to stay invested. for most people. that is the best advice. financial planners and investment managers say history shows the stock market will recover, meaning most with a diversified portfolio should stay the course and not do any panic. selling a repositioning of investments until that recovery begins. >> if we look at 2009 as the as the bottom of that bear market. and it was. the s and
p 500 was fully recovered unit in live 8, 2011 to early 2012. >> well, those closer to retirement may have other things to consider. investment advisors say holding steady may also be a correct move since recovery typically comes within 2 to 3 years of that bear market. dan kerman kron, 4 news. >> the price of run up. republicans in congress are doing everything they can. so stop my plans to bring down costs for an ordinary families. that's why my plan is not finished. while the results aren't finished, either. >> president biden focused his economic message on workers today in front of a heavy union crowd in philadelphia. the president said jobs are being created at a robust pace and unemployment is low, but more needs to be done to curb
inflation. president told the crowd the republicans plan to battle inflation by targeting workers benefits and giving tax cuts to the wealthy. president also said he wants to lower drug and child care costs for the middle class. >> vacation rentals in sonoma county are facing an extended moratorium. the sonoma county board of supervisors approved a new order blocking new permits on short-term rentals. the county says this is all about balancing the needs of the community. the residents and tourists. >> county is known worldwide as one of the most beautiful exists and people want to come here and tourism is an important part of our economy. but also we have a housing prices and understand win over concentration of vacation rentals can do to making less you know, creating some a nuisance is for the people that want to live in sonoma county full time. so we're looking at ways to balance the needs of the communities.
also, you know, the you know, need to have tourism and have people come and visit us and support the economy you towns and communities in that way as well. >> the moratorium is for a year, but in august, the board is set to examine and possibly vote on a new vacation rental ordinance to make sure there is a uniform policy for everybody that policy would take into consideration restrictions such as noise issues, how many homes could be vacation rentals in a densely populated area and much more. >> we're learning that the lgbtq community is more vulnerable to taking up a cancer causing havoc. we're talking about smoking. so there is a local nonprofit that's trying to change that. sogomonian is in our newsroom tonight with details l a. >> ken and pam, a more americans identify as, bisexual or transgender smoke
cigarettes compared to their heterosexual counterparts, according to the cdc. so employees with a local nonprofit called lgbtq minus poking explain that it is a coping mechanism. they are working hard to educate the community on the health risks actually just hosted their first ever pop-up tents at the san francisco ca run ball and they will be posted up again at the pride event at the civic center at the end of this month, the group is also pushing for smoke-free bar patios in both san francisco and oakland where that still legal. >> these are spaces that. historically been safe we're talking about community bars in club space is where the community goes to feel safe from the outside world. unfortunately, their spaces where smoking is a regular thing. >> so davis explains that this will also protect employees from secondhand smoke. most
recently sent saloon on polk street in san francisco, made a commitment voluntarily to prohibit smoking in their patio. live in the newsroom. ella sogomonian kron. 4 news. thank you. ella. >> well, it has been some 500 days since an 84 year-old asian american man died after he was pushed to the ground in san francisco. his family and other ap i community members gathered in the city today for a rally. >> kron four's rob nesbitt reports on their calls for justice for all victims of anti-asian hate crimes. these chance were called out on the steps outside the hall of justice in san francisco, calling for justice in the case of each of town of the 84 year-old died in january of last year after he was pushed to the ground in the end of this the neighborhood and he did nothing wrong. he did not provoke anyone. what happened to him was just the rally was held on bryant street ahead of a preliminary hearing for the suspect charged in the case. 20 year-old antwon watson, amy retama park the join the calls
for justice for her father tuesday morning. issue number. you be said to be treated equally. that is that the probe is up to him got a life. >> how community he said safety, several acts of violence against elderly asian americans and pacific islanders have a committed by younger black men. doctor carolyn scott stood up tuesday to call for unity between the 2 communities to establish justice. >> i'm here to ensure domestic tranquility. the piece that we need amongst ourselves. i am here from activists to politicians. those in attendance of the asian justice rally have promised to gather every time there's a court date for the in support of a ton of pot. these family. >> we will look past our differences, our own personal agendas, a political views, a cultural backgrounds from fight to fight for what is right. >> together in san francisco, rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> still ahead at 10, a mail
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extremist group accused of disrupting a pride month event at an east bay library. police say this is a sign of a rise in white nationalist hate groups here in the bay area. tonight, investigators with the fbi confirmed they are aware of the incident. a spokesperson for the alameda county sheriff's office says they're also keeping the proud boys on their radar. >> because we live in the bay area, such a diverse area. we're not used to seeing this type of activity as much as as other parts of the country. there's a small group in this particular group. we know they are. we know where they are affiliated and where they where they are, where they're from. we'll share that information with ou. law enforcement partners. >> and it went on to say that while these men did have a right to access a library, they did not have a right to disturb and harassed the children the way that they allegedly did. >> the committee investigating the january 6 riot at the u.s. capitol has postponed tomorrow's hearing with more trump era justice department
officials. witnesses were to include jeffrey rosen, who was the acting attorney general at the time of the insurrection. the committee did not give an official reason for the postponement or schedule a new date for the hearing yet, however, the next public hearing is scheduled for thursday as originally planned and is expected to look into former president trump's efforts to pressure then vice president mike pence to refuse to certify the election results. that hearing will begin at 01:00pm in the afternoon eastern time. 10:00am our time. of course. and kron 4 will bring it to you live right here on channel 4. we will have full details of the hearings posted on our website to 4 dot com. >> coming up next, security guards in san francisco and oakland say they are facing a wave of increased violence. what they're now demanding from their employers. and we've got mostly clear skies right now, but changes are on the way. and cooler temperatures to near 10. 10 is coming up next.
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>> just a stone's throw away from highway. 24, it appears thieves took advantage of a quick getaway in walnut creek monday after attacking and robbing a u.s. postal service. mail carrier making deliveries in a business complex on camino diablo freeway interest is both ways >> noses if things get getting out of hand. investigators are looking into the possibility. the victim who kron 4 has learned was a woman. >> was pistol whipped by a person wearing a black hoodie. although the recovery of a weapon has not been announced. one individual got on the vehicle. >> rob, the letter carrier took a postal keys. the mere possession. those keys is a federal felony. and if left in the wrong hands could lead to more victims and further loss of property. >> the keys are used by poll school workers to enter buildings to deliver the mail for us. one robberies. one too many. >> and these are active ongoing investigations for
these different robberies have taken place in the past 2 years. the u.s. postal inspection service, which is leading the investigation into the assault and robbery. >> says it is investigating several other similar cases reported in san francisco, berkeley. >> and oakland, the past 2 years and reward money is available in each case up to $50,000 for information leading to arrest and conviction. again, both them is what that the victim in this most recent case is expected to fully recover from her injuries. >> the postal inspection service has not released a description of the driver. >> we're car involved in walnut creek. called kron 4 news. >> a 15 year-old boy is dead. he was shot in east palo alto. this is video of the scene where officers have been conducting their investigation in the area. the shooting happened about 9 o'clock last night on manhattan avenue. when police arrived, they found the child with gunshot wounds. he was taken to the hospital where he died. they
do not have a description of the suspect at this time in san francisco, a man was shot and killed last night in the hunters point neighborhood. police say that shooting happened on ingles street shortly after 10, 30 at night. no arrests have been made so far. authorities have not released additional information on the suspect or the victim. anyone with information, though, is asked to contact police. >> security guards in san francisco in oakland's rally today to say they're facing a disturbing spike in violence. union leaders representing security officers in both cities say that their members are finding themselves in the middle of dangerous situations smore than ever situations such as violent robberies being attacked as they try to clear the homeless from in front of buildings and facing resistance when enforcing covid safety measures. they're now demanding more workplace protections such as hazard pay and more training and planning from employers to cope with violence when it happens. >> well, today we're here your
a t pay better conditions on train number on the job. better workers have experienced to the security of spirits like anywhere and they've seen as not just now, but over the course of the pandemic on this front training, better pay better >> a tragic example of the risks of security officers is the shooting death of security guard kevin nishita last november. he had been protecting a kron. 4 news crew in oakland when that happened, 3 people have since been charged. as for the union members rallying today, they say they're bringing several propose us proposals rather for better conditions to the bargaining table. >> in sacramento, state lawmakers are pushing ahead with their effort to enshrine the right to an abortion in california's constitution. the measure cleared its first hurdle today at the state
capitol grounds for u.s. capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains what's next. >> california lawmakers tuesday begin formal debate on a constitutional amendment to guarantee the right to an abortion and contraception in the state california. we cannot stand by as women and families are left vulnerable as our highest court case to strip away our right to put countless people in harm's way. senate pro tem toni atkins introduced 10 in response to the united states supreme court's leaked draft decision that signaled the court may soon overturn abortion and privacy protections in roe versus wade. >> she is in the next few weeks. we are facing a supreme court decision that will impact over half the country. we're talking about 26 states 30 over 35 million women that will be impacted and will have to travel outside of the state that they currently live in in order to receive fundamental care. democratic lawmakers would like to get this to voters on the november ballot. but in order to do that, they'll need to get the
proposal through the legislature by june, 30th, california, on a fast track timeline. the bill had 2 hearings tuesday. >> the measure passed 9 to one of the state senate judiciary committee with one republican rejecting and another not voting. then it cleared the senate committee on elections and constitutional amendments 3 to one for life groups, including the california catholic conference spoke out in c 10 is on necessary. >> is a california already has some of most accommodating abortion laws and services in the nation. the bill is now set for a hearing in the senate appropriations committee thursday at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron. 4 news. >> in the bay area, san mateo county supervisors voted to approve 1 million dollars in funding to support planned parenthood. that money will go towards equipment and technology to improve access to reproductive health care in the county county's plan also includes creating a buffer zone around planned parenthood clinics in unincorporated sections of the county to protect patients and employees from harassment. san mateo
county is bracing for more planned parenthood patients. if roe versus wade is overturned. >> the prolife spider man who scaled the sales force tower in san francisco last month struck again. the man identified as and mace on the shop was arrested after climbing the side of the devon tower in oklahoma city. justin is just the latest of his ongoing antiabortion protests. he did not use any climbing gears. he scaled a 50 story building in downtown oklahoma city when he reached the top, he was arrested and booked on misdemeanor trespassing and disorderly conduct. charges. >> that is insane. >> the cabin was swept away in the raging yellowstone river as torrential rain and a rapidly melting snow pack led to historic flooding in and around yellowstone national park. all entrances to the park been closed indefinitely. electricity in the entire park
is out and drinking water is now considered unsafe in many areas. the montana national guard says it has sent 2 helicopters to help with evacuations. some locals are still trapped inside the park. so far. good news. no injuries have been reported. time now for our 4 zone forecast. yes. talk and the lawrence is looking at yellowstone videos really is sad to see those homes are getting destroyed. they're saying the park. >> maybe close the northern interest right through the summer. you know, all the people making plans to go visit. that's one of the main attractions in the u.s. yet see that happening there. but all that snow that had during winter and even spring in unusually wet spring, all of a sudden get one of these warm storms rolling through melting that snow at those raindrops fawling on top of that snow and all that water rushing down into the river. so they continue to see that low swirling around there. they
are not done with the stormy weather yet things should change just a little bit. we're going to talk about more extensive flooding right now. the flood warnings have been issued along the yellowstone river through wednesday at noon. but that could be extended all depending on that rain and more of cells begin to move in that way. you can see more heavy rainfall and more flooding is a real possibility. now the severe weather is going to continue to track a little further to the east as tomorrow. we're going to the main focus. so for the most of the severe weather up toward the great lakes in the minneapolis area and maybe near chicago. you're already looking some very strong storms developing here, the potential for some tornadoes across parts of nebraska tonight and then also the deep south. look at the potential for some more severe weather there as well. back out west, we go. pacific is active right now. and so you get these impulses, the come off the pacific and they got to go somewhere and they usually head to east. and so all of a sudden you see some of that colder air running some of that warm a late spring and almost early summer. now and that brady brings with the potential for some more severe weather
outside tonight. is mostly clear around the bay area, though there's a hint that we might see some patchy fog developing near the coastlines. this warm temperatures on the valley here in the 70's in concord n livermore still 50's and 60's elsewhere around the bay area. numbers wise, though, a plan and about 60's and 70's in the san francisco tomorrow, a little breezy in the afternoon, some 20, maybe even some 30 mile an hour gust. it will remain cool on the coastline and don't be surprised if you see some patchy fog there throughout the day about 68 degrees and breezy in b b blingame, 70 degrees. nice day and foster city. 77. >> in mount to the south bay n% enjoying lots 80's by tomorrow afternoon and in the east bay. still on the warm side, in fact, a little bit hot. little more about 90 degrees there. 89 in pleasanton dublin about 72 in hayward, 88 degrees in danville, about 90 a walnut creek and about 90 degrees in concord inside the bay, you'll find comfortable 70's, but that wind pick it up in the afternoon. the sea breeze going to be a little bit stronger in some major changes on the horizon. so clear skies
for tomorrow. but the expected changes on the way as we head toward the coastline. you see some of that tomorrow. i think some of fog is going to start to roll in along the coastline. that will be your first hand at a change in the weather pattern. and then here we go as we get in toward the next couple days, we've got a much cooler air probably going to see 10 to 15 degree drop by thursday, even more so into friday in the first part of the weekend, the good news is that we are to see on father's day more sunshine return in some warmer weather as we head into the first day of summer. guys, back to you. thank you, lawrence. food insecurity. it's still a major challenge all across the bay area. >> in the south bay, there's a farmers market helping families who are dealing with not having enough to eat food. bank organizers in san jose say they're doing their best to meet the needs of the community. but kron four's has made, shows us the volunteers say they could use a little help.
the second harvest food bank of silicon valley are here at the school of arts and culture of mexican heritage it settles a continuing the effort to fight food, insecurity of the south bay. >> at the end of 2021, continuing into the new year, the food bank served on average 400,000 people per month. >> and then in march, we saw that number jumped to 470,000 and that's because of inflation and just food and fuel prices. i'm for so many low-income households. that's a large part of your budget. so when those prices go up, that's when people start to make tough choices about not being able to put food on the table. and that's why we've seen such an increase in need. i noted is going to be a hot one. so we truly appreciate you guys being here. >> food bank volunteers are also ready low these days. here you see about a dozen living they had a short supply of volunteers. and if i could, could i volunteer for them? and i said absolutely. >> there's a lot of people in
need and those the food makes a huge difference in their in their family and nobody should go hungry. >> yeah. the second harvest doesn't just hand out free groceries. in addition to having the option to pick and choose from the fresh produce poultry, dairy and other food products that this farmers market, walk-up stout distribution site food bank clients also received nutritional education recipes and show our clients who are waiting to pick up their food. how to actually prepare meals with some of the food that they'll be receiving. >> is primarily low-income community. we are from the east side. it's a beautiful community. that is the primary reason school of arts and culture of mexican heritage plaza food distribution court date or or a is here just gives me any dissatisfaction within me as a person. i grew up very poor. and just to know that if there was something like this, while i was growing up, i know my fairly we're taking advantage of it. so just to be part of something like this, it's beyond me.
>> it's very it's very humbling for me. and it's amazing for me to be able to do this. >> the farmers market style second harvest food bank of silicone valley distribution program happens here at the plaza of the second and 4th wednesday of every month. >> if you'd like to get involved, please go to our website at as h f b dot org and you can find out how to volunteer, how to donate or how to get connected with food. if you need help. >> in san jose has it. but you on board >> always help the food banks for sure. that's it for kron. 4 news tonight at 10. thank you for being with us. stick around. hoopsession was sports anchor jason dumas son kate rooney actually as kylen mills tonight. they're up next. have a good night.
>> you're watching kron 4 hoopsession. >> just one more win. the dubs are on the verge of a crazy journey. back to the top of the mountain. welcome to kron four's hoopsession road to the championship edition. i'm your host, jason dumas, us. the dubs boarded a plane this morning around 10:00am for their final road trip of this season. some smiles mostly focused demeanor is like klay thompson right there as they
traveled to boston looking to clinch an nba championship. they're all settled in beantown right now. hopefully league in some rest, they'll practice tomorrow afternoon ahead of game 6. they will have 2 cracks at winning a title that they can't win it on thursday. of course, it will come back home for ad say sieve game 7 on sunday. but steph and company. want to play another home game. they don't want to play with their food. they are looking for that kill shot in boston our energy and needs special. the last 2 games has been amazing on both ends of the floor. >> and that's all you want is an opportunity to, you know, play hopefully best game of the year. that has to be perfect but play the best game of in terms of intensity focused execution and no word. one more win means so, you know, a lot of you guys not going to be here before, but just got to go do it. >> we're not done here on hoop session after the break. chat
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guy dieter kurtenbach. he is a columnist for bay area news group in a host for knbr radio, d thanks for joining us, man. >> jason, my pleasure. let's talk some hoops. >> now the warriors, they are one win away from another nba championship. let's look at the broad perspective before we really break down this series. you've been covering this team for a while. are you surprised that they're on the brink of another nba championship given their past couple of seasons? >> absolutely. how you not be think about where this team was going into these playoffs? no one knew what they were getting a b. it was a team that it had moments throughout the regular season, but nothing special and steph curry's literally limping into the postseason. he starts off the bench in the postseason. you don't know what you're going to get from jordan poole. you don't know what klay thompson is going to show up. you don't know if draymond green is going to be there for the entirety of it. this was a question mark team through and through. you think about 2 years ago, they have the worst record in the nba. the guy
that they got for getting the worst record in the nba wasn't a factor on this team. that was james wiseman, the number 2 overall pick all those years back. they go and they go into the play in tournament last year. don't even get a win in the play in tournament and then they stumble into the playoffs this year, not putting their best basketball late into the spring for them to be in the finals now. yeah, it's a bit of a shock. but once they got in, it doesn't surprise me that they're able to beat boston. he truly has been a crazy white and his wild. when i hear you say it out loud, james wiseman, they take him. >> number 3, overall, number 2, overall, number 2, overall couple years ago and he's haven't really been a factor on this team for the past 2 years. it's just not now. let's go to this series against the we're through 5 games aside from one game, steph curry has been really, really special now. you know, there's always been this narrative. he doesn't have a finals. is his legacy solidified without one? i
think if the warriors hang on to win this year, he probably gets one. but just how have you view? huge step throughout this series. >> he's been spectacular and he was spectacular even in game 5 when he did make a 3 pointer for the first time in his postseason career. very long postseason career. when you think about all the games that he's had to play, even going back before the warriors are winning titles. he was spectacular in that he remained the system for golden state. boston went into game 5 with the clear intent that anybody but steph curry was going to beat him in steph curry still in his own way, beat them because he remain just this gravitational force, unlike any other in the nba. and that gave klay thompson open. looks that andrew wiggins, a lot of room to operate and even got draymond green involved in the offense for the first time. it seems in this entire series. so steph curry, even when he's not putting up the boxscore numbers, even when he has the worst three-point shooting night of his postseason career still affecting the game and
incredibly positive ways for golden state. on top of that, he's played outstanding defense this entire series. there's no question if the lawyers will win this title over the next one of the next 2 games. he's the nba finals mvp. the first 4 games were absolutely spectacular and he was even good in game 5. i imagine, though, after going o for 9 from beyond the arc, this guy's going to get his in game 6 or maybe even a game 7 remind green said he will be ticked off. >> now de no one ever question. andrew wiggins talent. he was a former number one overall pick at one point in his career, people him as the most talented high school recruits since lebron james. so we knew the talent was there to raul stuff. but his career up to his warriors. 10 year has been underwhelming. there's been a lot of questions about his motor, his work ethic. does he want it enough? what has changed in the last season really the last couple weeks to what we have seen now, which looks like a bona fide star in the nba.
>> is it is simple to say that trayvon green started parking in his ear. can we just say that? move on? i don't know. and if anyone knew the answer, they would have done it long before today because you're right. the talent is blinding and it was really a interesting at the beginning of this postseason, andrew wiggins, of all those questions might have been the biggest question mark of all, what kind of player where the warriors going to have in the playoffs with andrew wiggins in the very 1st quarter of the very first game of the first round against the denver nuggets. andrew wiggins looked like a man possessed and in the 1st quarter of game 5, it obviously is that great up between those 2 points. but in the 1st game 5, he looked like he realized, oh, i'm the best athlete on the court and then acted according to andrew wiggins. yes, that the stigma is there. the reputation is there. you can argue that has been well earned. he was an apathetic player in his time of minnesota, but he finally got to the golden state and the role that suits him best. and that is as a secondary 3rd score. and a defensive ace for
this team. he has certainly been the latter part. and when the warriors needed him to step up, his scoring game in game 5, he absolutely was able to do it. maybe he was just one of those great games. but he has absolutely fantastic player for the warriors throughout these playoffs. it's been 15 years since a non weighing has won nba finals mvp there for satilla t their ability to score at all. 3 levels is absolutely huge in the playoffs. andrew wiggins had to take this step for the warriors to be where they're at right now. he has been golden state's. it's on the cusp of another championship. yeah. yeah. andre iguodala and draymond green is here. who said bullying doesn't work. andrew wiggins has turned it around. >> final question for you, d. more focus on the they looked at in the water at the end of the game. they get frustrated with the refs. a couple tax kind of some dumb plays. do you think this team is dead in the water? do you think they have a couple more haymakers especially in a tough home atmosphere at td garden? don't
know if a major is the right word, but i would not underestimate this boston celtics team in any way, because again, i i just said wings are everything in the playoffs. and andrew wiggins with 29 rebounds over the last 2 games scoring output that we saw in game 5 was the best wing on the floor in those 2 contests and the warriors won. >> but jason tatum is that dude and jalen brown what he wants to get out of his own way is. stop abul at times. those 2 can take over again. and if they can click at the right time on their home floor, who we might be heading back to a game 7 in the game. 7. everyone wants to pine and remember game 7 of the 2016 o- nba finals. it barely resemble basketball. so i'm going to take the biggest strong. it's needs out there. tatum, brown. they certainly qualify. the warriors got some strong guys too. it is absolute coin flip that this thing gets to a game 7. so the warriors need to
come correct in the game 6. they need to continue to push the right buttons against boston celtics team that i agree with you. they will either at the end of game 5, but they got a couple days to think about it. they got a couple of days to get right and they have the talent to absolutely beat the warriors. as we've already seen twice in this series and perhaps they should be no more than twice already in this series. so don't underestimate them at all. don't think that this fight is already over because boston has the kind of talent that can take the next 2 games. no question about it. mom. and that's dieter kurtenbach. you can. >> read his stuff at bay area news group. you can hear his voice on knbr dieter. thanks so much for joining us. man. i'm just. all right. i got it. echoed eater sentiment. the 9, 9, the golden state warriors. they really need to come out focused. you can have an attitude on thursday. hey, we've got a home game in our back pocket because it's a coin flip. when you get to that game 7 in the warriors, they might get down 10 early.
then they start to get tie. boston gets a little confident. we see how boston when they see a couple threes go through that hoop. they come in bunches, really streaky shooting team. you don't want to play with fire like that. and i'm not a father, but i don't think the fathers of dubnation want that stress and anxiety of the game. 7 on sunday. so here we go. thursday night, 6 o'clock local time td garden golden state. >> job's not done yet. it finished. does a nation celebrate with a parade? all right. that's all i have a check from boston later. and we have a good night.
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