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kron 4 morning news. at know. >> good morning and thanks for waking up with the kron. 4 morning news. it's the finest hour when we hope that, you know, traffic clears out weather gets nice. i know it's going to get warm today. a lot of people want to see some sunshine exactly. and all those people that are wishing for the sun will what you wish for. >> because it's going to be a warm one. live look outside right now. san francisco, clear skies. it's a beautiful day. i would just limit the amount of time that you spent outdoors because of that heat, especially between 11 and 6 o'clock this evening because that's when it will really start to warm up currently outside radar shows is very clear. chris conditions out there dry. he is what we're experiencing today. sun until tomorrow. when we start to cool down again, current temperatures across at mid to lower 70's here and conquer livermore. 61 in timber on san francisco. you're still at 58. that warm up starts. we'll have a look at that and more. but daria, how the roads
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looking? well, the bay bridge has been a little bit of a sticking spot, as you can see here, meaning you've got to stick on the brakes because it's quite the weight here that they especially in the 9 o'clock hour. but that's just how it is. seems like it's a heavy commute in this spot trying to get from the east bay in the san francisco, the bay bridge. how about the san mateo bridge? let's take a peek. this one is just got better and better as the hour has progressed. and now the volume is very low, very light. and that means you can roll at the limit. lots of sunshine there. the richmond center fell bridge was also a little bit slow, but now it's all cleared out. suddenly everybody's gotten over from the east and in marion county that way. and that's an easy ride. and from marin county and the san francisco over the golden gate bridge. you're right. is gold in there. our top story this morning, the national weather service there warning about an increased risk of wildfires because of the dry and windy conditions. rain was just talking about the heat and we saw several fires break out around the bay yesterday. kron 4 sarah stinson is live in contra costa county with more
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sweating it out there. i hope you have sunscreen on sarah. >> got the sunscreen on and we are live in concord where we're seeing these dry conditions at the national weather service is talking about in these rolling golden hills. you can crunch in crunch as you walk in and grab this dry fuel. this is what the concern is because one spark could create a wildfire. we've got winds today. we've got high temperatures. that's a recipe for a fire. and yesterday with the high dems be some multiple fires. break out. take a look at one of them knows that mclaren park in san francisco. and fortunately they were able to stop it at 4 acres. they said it was an accidental fire. >> but it was surely a close call in san francisco. there's also fire milpitas. the fire department there along with the san jose fire department worked to put it out. it was a mccarthy boulevard. another fire sparked in pittsburgh contra costa county fire work to put it out near golf club.
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drive. apparently it started in some kind of homeless encampment and it grew to 18 plus acres goes to show you how one small spark can really start a large wildfire. now, here are some tips. well, you look at video here in concord of these dry fuels. here's some tips to avoid starting a fire. so from the national weather service properly dispose of cigarettes and matches don't even like those near dry brush at peak times. do not use equipment that usually creates sparks like lawn mowers. and it's already getting to those high temperatures where it's probably not time to mow the lawn. it's holding 9 o'clock and we're already seeing it heat up out here. so do your part. and keep in mind, it's going to be hot in this fire. danger is going to continue until tomorrow. we'll start to see us a cool down across the bay area, daria, so relief in sight. but of course, no rain. back to all right. thanks, elia. that's not for foreseeable future of the forecast. sarah. >> and this year's fire season in the whole country is
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already on track to be the most devastating nationwide over decades. tech the statistics from the national interagency fire center. say that the if this is alarming, snapshot of what's going on nearly 30,000, the wildfires have burned 2 and a half million acres this year already. and that's the fastest pace we've seen in 10 years. the 2022 wildfire season is now on track to be the 3rd worst since they began keeping records back in 1960, experts say that climate change is to blame. and in the east bay contra costa county deputies took a person into custody, a issued a shelter-in-place order yesterday around 6 o'clock. they started the shelter-in-place in rodeo. it affected people who live in a couple of streets area there. they said that they investigating a homicide, but they would not give any more information we're expecting maybe some more information on this later today. so stay tuned to kron 4 for that.
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happening today in the south bay, former san jose mayor norman menendez remains are going to return to the city to rest in honor at city hall. a man and a died last month at the age of 90. and today's ceremony will honor his national and local accomplishments. kron four's will tran is live with a look in san jose. will. >> we're just a few hours away from his remains coming back to city hall. they have it inside already. as far as the chairs, hundreds of dignitaries will be here. this area. the south bay. >> and in the asian american community, they have a lot of parking already blocked off. we do expect him to arrive shortly at around noon. but we do know that he will land in if you are so now at an airport named after him while he was still alive in international was named that back in 2001 when he was that
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secretary of transportation under then president george w bush, who is a republican, a famous and was a democrat not mean that it was san jose mayor before he burst onto the national stage. she was san jose's mayor from 1971. 2, 1975. but his time in office and politics didn't end there because he also served as commerce secretary. for then president bush excuse me, president clinton who will be in town tomorrow to eulogize his friend. many went on to serve for president bush under bush under 9.11 during attacks. and he and bush are credited with starting the tsa. as we know today, he has spent his lifetime giving back to the community. there are so many people posting pictures of him. so he was very approachable. he died back on may 3rd in maryland, which is why he is being flown back
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here. he will be escorted through the streets of san jose. make a quick stop in japan town and that's no accident. he is a famous japanese american. he and his family were interned during world war. 2 japan town is just a few miles from this location. and ultimately he will be here. you will have a chance starting at 10 o'clock to start arriving. we do see some people arriving right now to set up some flowers that will be available at around noon today. as far as the public speakers. and we do expect mayor sam liccardo, of course, to be here as well. >> back to you. all right. thanks a lot. we'll 9, 0, 7, is the time right now in the south bay, a man who ran an after-school program at an elementary school now faces multiple charges related to child assault. san jose police say he met the victim at the after school program and officers are worried there could be more kron. four's amanda hari has reaction. >> i've spoken to several people as they walk by trayce elementary school behind me here and told them about the
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man arrested for assault of a minor and his connection with the school. and they said the story was disturbing. shocking and awful. >> 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. an incident like this is a very traumatic experience for young person. police say ramirez met the victim 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 he's been in existence for over 20 years. so we can imagine how many contacts 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 as it police are asking if anyone knows more
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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 >> it's 9, 0, 8, and police arrested a 28 year-old man who they say inappropriately touched teenage girl and downtown mountain view. it happened last friday on castro street. police say that andrew garcia approached a 16 year-old girl who was walking with a group with a 2 other teenagers at the time and touch her inappropriately and then ran away. and that's when the victim sister who was walking with her chased after the man and recorded him and then officers found him sometime later in the parking lot of a nearby caltrans station. he was booked into the santa clara county jail. santa clara police are looking for a man who assaulted a vta operator. authorities put this picture out so you can see who
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they're looking for. the assault happened at the milpitas bart transit center on may 25th. the operator was taking a break when the man not the person to the ground and the operator suffered a concussion. the tsa says within the past 3 months, passengers are members of the public and assaulted 10 bus operators. we are learning more about the investigation into members of a far-right extremist group who disrupted a pride month event at an east bay library. police say it's a sign that there's a rise in white nationalist groups in the bay area and the fbi is investigating as well. a spokesperson for the alameda county sheriff's department says that they're keeping their eye on the proud boys. >> 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 where they where they are, where they're from. we'll share that information with our law enforcement partners.
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>> the sheriff's office says that while the men do have a right to access the library, they don't have a right to disturb or harass children. it's 9.10, right now. and in light of the recent events that happened at the san lorenzo, an area and idaho, san francisco police are ramping up their patrols ahead of the pride celebrations. they want to ensure that pride month. >> is safe for the lgbtq+ community and everybody wants to celebrate pride. police say they're in constant communication with local, state and federal law enforcement and they are staffed to handle any and all calls that they get for service. time now is 9.11, and another story that we're following. still ahead is a rally for an 84 year-old asian being attacked on the street. >> we're going to tell you what his family says needs to happen. so the justice system.
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high. so you'll get a much needed break. if that's what you've been looking forward to today. highs across the bay area. we've been getting up there well here in the city, not so much. 68 in san francisco. also along the coast here in half moon bay york. 64 down there. 73 in burlingame, san bruno. your 68 south, san francisco, mid to upper 60's. we warm up the further down. we get along the peninsula here, mid 70's and foster city, palo alto york. 79 and in the south bay. we're seeing those 80's and 90's in morgan hill. 81 in milpitas. 84 in san jose, dublin, pleasanton livermore all mid to upper 80's. the further out we get low 70's here in hayward. 77 down in fremont, concord, walnut creek, upper 80's, san ramon, your 83 and then oakland, 74. well, if you're up in napa, 89 96 up in vacaville and then move it on over to santa rosa petaluma 80 86 respectively. those highs we've been talking about monday. they started in
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gradually been getting warmer and warmer. today. we can finally say we're hitting that peak and then we're cooling down thursday into the weekend. next monday, we start to warm up yet again. it looks like it's going also be a little warm for father's day. that's on sunday along the bay shore here. mid 70's 60's thursday into friday. and then you start to gradually warm back up into the 70's come sunday monday, tuesday along the coast, upper 50's and 60's to in out the rest of your week. hey, that's a look at the weather. the daria, the roadways improve a little hope in the bay bridge gaps that are now it's really stubborn today. so you do have a way just make sure that you leave enough time to get on this route. if you have to go from the east bay into san francisco on the bay bridge. >> it's slow. it's going to locked up for a little while now. the san mateo bridge has been really nice, though. traffic is very light there. lots of room between cars. you might even speed. so don't be hidden. don't go do best. because the road is open for you there. same thing with the richmond center fell bridge is
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a really easy commute on that spot. and the golden gate has looked a golden for the last couple hours. so no trouble there. time to talk winners and losers with our financial expert rob black. good morning, rob. i know you're a few days in the covid. now you. >> you look like you're still holding out. okay. i think on road, ok, calm. so things on that. i can. i just thank you. you're having the best covid ride ever. i've never seen anyone look so good with covid. thank all right. i'm very glad that you're still working and still holding out health wise. so what's going to happen today? the federal reserve, we know about interest rates. we know we're waiting to hear the fed chair speaking an hour or so. so what what is he going to say? >> yes, is to reveal the results of 11 to be 75 basis points expectation. that's one of the biggest moves seen in my lifetime. it's probably be 75 basis points and july and they have a couple months off where we get a lot of consumer inflation numbers. they need to tell us where fighting inflation. we messed it up.
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they need to admit they're wrong. we both have kids. it's great when our kids admit they're wrong to be nice. if they did, we feel relief. the ecb, the european star bank, they have problems is rates are spiking there and they got countries like portugal, italy, ireland, greece and spain that have that problem said the coverage there be struck talk about the consumers here in a second with higher rates. this other news headline. stanley caterpillar is moving from illinois to texas. another company tesla dead in large part to avoid tax. that's problem long term elsewhere. i think yours like i'm trying to have some happy news. i ask game is actually going to be turned into game at netflix it's kind of fun. but still it's not going stock much. but you can win 4.5, 6 million. if you want to be a contestant and we start filming next year, die at that. like to see be a player. number said that's happy news. this was a horrible i like. >> don't call it a reality show. i mean, it's not like, you know, you're going to fight for your life here.
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>> it's better than survivor alright. kids. don't like and i think, yeah, it's a shame netflix is trying, but i don't think that's a real story and trying to do something apple said that they're going get a 10 year deal with m l asked for apple tv. plus, which gets see there involving that service. so bringing in soccer probably just had last is done so well. seems like a smart integration, but that will be a pace to corruption. so that's your big stories day and but basis the on mosque in mark zuckerberg lost 64 billion city feel like your 4, 1, k's. but had i think about 64 billion dollars market cap fired last couple weeks. yeah. let's talk more about how the rate high serve affecting everybody in different walks of life and different avenues. so with the fed raises interest rates, 75 basis points. stay there. their job is to fight inflation. and part of that is stop you and i from spending on credit cards on but it's also designed to help you with
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savings. think of our mom and dad who are get nothing in the bank. well, now they're getting 1 one and a half 2% of the bank, which is better than nothing. that's the positive than negative is that becomes more expensive. we are a country that has over a trillion dollars of credit card debt. so it's going hurt probably curb spending will fight inflation, lower prices as businesses will do anything to get our sales in the holiday months ahead. so credit cards for $5,000 credit card. today's rate hike last about $342 to your payments over time. home equity lines of credit. a lot of americans have $50,000 on he locks a 4.7 5, 4.0. 75% is the rate right now to get 50. can that about $7500? so debt gets more expensive and going to the same thing. it's expected in july. that should hurt mortgage rates. mortgages will be about 7% for 30 year mortgage next year. said that house home prices go down. that's how the fed invites
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fights inflation. they hurt consumers by making borrowing more expensive. that's amazing. those 7%. and what like a year ago, was it? >> 3 and a half. i've got to got a 2 and a half percent mortgage curry year just 11 months ago. i wouldn't be able for my house and more and we want to be neighbors want to be in my view over for the today for all. wow. yeah, i did. you want to come over the pool? actually never use it. >> i most covid they're all doing it. well, that's right. ok, you come with a mask and swim without it. i don't think that's a good idea. >> stay 6 feet apart. will her. you still talking about crypto and how this has gone bust today. yeah, i think it's important because lot of our audience, 47. >> millennials believe more crippling than they do. the stock market. and i'm trying to warn them and donates a smart man. he came yesterday and said it's 100% greater fool theory. so far the last 10 years i haven't bought a house with crypto. you haven't bought out dress with crypto. nothing has been bought with
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crypto very few transactions, the transactions that do go through take more time. it's not living up to its billing. its doesn't fight inflation. it's going down. inflation goes up. it's not supposed to some delegates the greater fool it's not a pyramid scheme, but he sent rob eyes it. but you have to buy it for me, daryn. we've got to get james buy it for he's holding the bag when it gets from 64,000 down to 20,000 crypto rates below 20,000. next tops 12,000. i'm just thrown out there as it to arrests of aggressive investment. no 1, 1, to 5%. i don't own any ceos of major tech companies don't own any bill gates doesn't own any. he owns bart farms. make things that make vegetables think that's i likes. i liked. and >> and it even if i don't understand what i'm investing. and i like at least to be something that i can touch right now, what they're doing. >> it's just to know kids are going to call you. and i told our i know and we don't get around touch that. i'm going to say i don't see the all right. thanks a lot, rob. if
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you have question, ok, and we're going to see how you're doing tomorrow. if you have a question for rob, you can e-mail him or reach him on facebo
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being attacked as they try to clear the homeless from in front of buildings. and so now they're demanding more workplace protections like hazard pay. and we're training. >> well, today we're here your a t better 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 line, training, better pay better >> a tragic example of the risks that security officers face the shooting death of our own kevin de chien dark rum for security guard who was gunned down last november in broad daylight, protecting a kron 4 crew in oakland. they were doing a story when this happened. 3 people have been charged. and as for the union
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members rallying yesterday for safety, they say they're going bring several proposals for better working conditions to the bargaining table. it's 9 26 2 officers were shot and killed in los angeles county yesterday evening at a motel in el monte. that's just southeast of pasadena. the officers were responding to a stabbing in that motel when they were attacked. a suspect was also killed in the shootout. the el monte police department has yet given us the names of the officers. the city did release a statement saying that their leaders are saddened and shocked. but what happened? >> and just ahead, san jose steps up its patrols in downtown. after the break. the city's new plans
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>> 9.30, right now and we're checking out the weather. we've got to get through another hot one we are making our way slowly, but surely we will arrive on the other side and the other side of the heat is tomorrow. but today, another nice day, warm day. so if you do have some neighbors that are older or maybe you have to be that live by themselves, check on them. today going to be a warm one. also, current temperatures outside shows a quiet story across the bay. no rain in the forecast, although we sure could use it. current temperatures outside. we're starting to warm up there across the map. so 70, a little more already. 82 out in brentwood, east bay, 6, 6 in berkeley. alameda your the
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mid-sixties fairfax's 67 and up here in santa rosa. 68. we are keeping a close eye on your weather and also on your roads. hope in the bay bridge crossing my fingers. looks good. let's speak. still backed up. reyna. gosh, this is been stubborn here it is 9.30, and still you got to wait in line to get over the bay bridge. let's check out the san mateo bridge. that's been fine. i mean, often on busy. but as you can see, it's not like it's going to cost any extra time. you don't have to plan for any extra time for any kind of a slow down in the richmond center fell bridge either. that's been looking good all morning long. there's. >> hardly anybody using it right now. this is what it looked like it 5 or 6 o'clock this morning and the golden gate bridge. same thing. it really cleared out pretty nicely pretty early this morning. so both directions whether going to marin county or san francisco. it's easy between those 2. and this morning, san jose is still going to be adding new foot patrols after the city council approved the mayor's budget last night. kron four's camila barco is live in the newsroom with more on the plan to
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increase the police foot patrols. good morning. >> good morning, san jose police department. they're going to be able to hire 20 foot patrol officers with these funds. they will also be able to hire officers to focus on mental health calls. now san jose pd pd told us that this morning they welcome any funds that they can get, especially since they're the most thinly staffed police department in the nation for cities its size for the first time in decades, people will see officers on foot patrol in san jose. they're going to be walking through downtown san jose and in neighborhoods where they're needed the most. now, mayor sam liccardo says that this will help build relationships between officers and the community. now the money from the budget will also add for officers to the department's mobile crisis assessment team. and those 4 officers are going to be paired with mental health professionals to help them better respond to mental health situations. the current
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projects at san jose's police force will grow another. 95 officers over the next 5 years. but this morning, it's unclear when these funds will be distributed. but this budget has been approved for the upcoming fiscal year so people can expect to see some officers patrolling the streets on foot sometime within the next year. back to you. all right. thanks. a lot of camilla. >> it's been 500 days since an 84 year-old asian american man died after he was pushed to the ground in san francisco and now his family and those in the community are rallying, demanding justice for all victims of anti-asian hate crimes. kron four's rob nesbitt has the story. >> 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 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
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just horrible. 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 meant doctor carolyn scott stood up tuesday to call for unity between the justice. ties to establish >> i'm here to ensure domestic tranquility. the piece that we need amongst ourselves. i am here from activist 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.
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>> a cultural backgrounds from fight to fight for what is right together in san francisco. rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> 9.34 and up to $50,000 in reward money is on the table now for information that leads to the arrest of those who attacked and robbed a u.s. postal service letter carrier in walnut creek. it happened on monday in a business complex on camino diablo avenue. the victim was a woman and the thieves robbed her and pistol whipped her. the u.s. postal inspection service says they're investigating several other similar cases reported in san francisco and berkeley and oakland over the past 2 years. >> one individual got on the vehicle. rob, the letter carrier >> took a postal keys. the mere possession. those keys is a federal felony. >> the victim in the most recent case is expected to fully recover from her injuries. the postal inspection service has not released a description of the fees or the car that was involved. it's 9.35, in the
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lgbtq community is more vulnerable to smoking. and this is according to the cdc, a local nonprofit called lgbtq minus smoking is trying to change that by educating the community about the risks of lighting up. they just hosted their first pop-up event at the san francisco carnival. and they're going to be at pride as well in the civic center, the end of the month. and they are also pushing for smoke-free bar patios in san francisco and oakland were actually that's 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. >> the project director explains this will also protect employees from secondhand smoke. most recently, the cinch saloon on
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polk street made a commitment to prohibit smoking on their patio. it is 9.36. and today a panel of fda advisers are going to consider whether pfizer and moderna's covid shots should be allowed in the little is kids we're talking about under the age of 5 right now, kids over the age of 6 can get only the pfizer vaccine is approved. and yesterday a government advisory panel endorsed moderna's shot for the little as kids of the fda's can consider whether to authorize these shots for moderna as well and full authorization is expected the matter of days. the panel is also going to center moderna and pfizer for the very little is kids. and when they make a recommendation, then the shots should be in the arm. after the fda, cdc gives final approval. so maybe as early as next week. it's 9.37. and still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news. what happens, though? if you keep testing for covid and it keeps showing negative. but you say i think i have that. i don't feel
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>> it's 9.40 and the giants hosting the royals. game 2. and here's what happened. as you can see, giants one is just part of it. that in the bottom of the 6th. darren off and not only that, but logan wet. he had an amazing performance. he threw 7 shutout innings and struck out 9 and the giants win. it. 42 going to go at it again today at 12. 45 and hope for a sweep in the series. the a's were hoping for 7 in boston and it didn't happen. taking on the red sox. it was 2 to nothing in the bottom of 3rd job and then that homerun made a 3. and then the bottom of the 4th. >> there was another home run. we need to go through all these highlights. they're not the kind of highlight you want to see if you're in a fan. the final score. >> the a's fall 6 to one. game. 2 in that series starts today at 4.15. our time in boston. it's 9.41. we'll be right back.
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if you have advanced non-small cell lung cancer, your first treatment could be a chemo-free combination of two immunotherapies that works differently. it could mean a chance to live longer. opdivo plus yervoy is for adults newly diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer that has spread, tests positive for pd-l1, and does not have an abnormal egfr or alk gene. together, opdivo plus yervoy helps your immune system launch a response that fights cancer in two different ways. opdivo plus yervoy equals a chance for more time together. more family time. more time to remember. opdivo and yervoy can cause your immune system to harm healthy parts of your body during and after treatment. these problems can be severe and lead to death. see your doctor right away if you have a cough; chest pain; shortness of breath; irregular heartbeat; diarrhea; constipation; severe stomach pain, nausea or vomiting; dizziness; fainting; eye problems; extreme tiredness; changes in appetite, thirst or urine; rash; itching; confusion;
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treat dad to father's day at lowe's. are counting down to our parent company nexstar broadcasting is annual founder's day of caring. we stopped by the alameda county community food bank in oakland. and it's estimated that a million people in the bay area rely on food banks
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cloud forcefully call reports on how you can help. or work. >> and without pay, it's a little selfish. it makes me feel good to do that. >> are teachers keep the line moving through. >> use a food that we packages. we're going to go to somebody who really need. >> at this time, the alameda county community food bank says that's one in every 4 county residents and the level insecurity county wide accelerated during the public health emergency. we are sending about 50 to 70% more food out the door to serve the needy than we were prior to the pandemic. that is more than 50 million pounds of food. the farm fresh produce and non perishable items are 5 to 6 days a week at the food bank's and then distributed to families at some 400 community pickup sites. this is our old with new doors, food bank spokesperson michael altfest
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says increased demand from the public has resulted in the nonprofits expansion and then over a warehouse in opening a new and larger cooler has been constructed to accommodate more just went up in the last couple weeks. in fact, we just turned it on. >> this week we have now as a result of this tripled our cooler space in our warehouse. this is all of our shelf, stable storage. we've >> you know, tomato sauce and all the canned vegetables. everything is up here. so we've got twice this space now than we did before. and that's just the food bank is in it for the long haul. we knew going into this that the hunger part of this emergency was going to outlast the health part of some urgency because of the impact on the you know, just instability in the making the work being done here. essential for so many of us, you know, believe all kron 4 and we're going join them and do that work rain on friday. people kron 4 morning
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team. >> it will be nice to be out there already got my shirt. my hey. well, today is the last day of that warm up. we've been tracking out there that high pressure system started monday continue to build as the week went on and we finally hit our peak today. clear skies outside right now across the bay area this morning and that low, that low trough arrives tomorrow. >> really cools us down across the bay area. don't you wish of some rain also came along with that low trough, but we're going to see more winds onshore winds. that is. and that's going to cool us down tomorrow. friday into the weekend. well, highs across the bay area today. if you've got to be out there in the south bay, you're certainly starting to warm up different areas across the bay. you're going to see 80's inland also in the south bay as well. looking at our current temperatures hot today, 90. we were in the 90's yesterday tomorrow that cooldown mid 70's. 69 on friday and saturday into the low 70's.
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now sunday, you might see that father's day. so if you're inland, you're going to see temperatures in the low 80's. so not as warm as today. that will be the good news along the bai. sure. you hit the 70's into tomorrow. you continue moving throughout the week and then look at that sunday. it's about 74 for dad along the coast, mid to upper 50's today and then you reach the low 60's by the middle of the week. so again, it's been a warm one. but finally that cool down arrives thursday and friday, daria. all right. let's see if i leave the bay bridge. looks any better as we're just getting ready to go. it's held out the whole hour. the 9 o'clock hours was to be the finest hour. >> for the commute and it's not holding up its end of the deal at the bay bridge. so sorry about that is going to take a little while to work your way through the maze. >> and get over the bridge into san francisco. the san mateo bridge has been off and on busy. it's a little busier at the moment. but >> there's no traffic or anything staying in a way everybody is doing the speed limit there and the richmond center fell bridge has been very quiet. it's kept up with
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the finest hour. you we always like to see lighter traffic at this hour. we usually do same thing at the golden gate bridge. it is very nice and light. by 48 right now for your health. if you think there's a chance you have covid, you keep testing and it is negative. but you think you're sick. there could be a catch covers. taylor bisacky has more. >> many people across the country confused by negative covid-19 test results despite having symptoms feeling symptoms throughout the entire week, starting from monday. >> and i kept on taking home and they all came back negative. bob in shaw says he took up to 7 at home tests yet not a single one came back positive. >> says it wasn't until he got a pcr test that his results revealed. he had covid think i found out that i covid probably was by the time i was about a week and actually having covid thankfully in shots case, he says he proactively quarantine back in may when he first felt symptoms. but others aren't as
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cautious. raising concerns for infectious disease specialist at ucsf doctor peter chin. hong, he says these false negative test results can happen for several reasons. >> the first having to do with the immune system in those who are vaccinated. they 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 sit-in 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. >> at-home test results can also vary depending on where you take the sample from its really >> starting out in the large 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. >> that's why he recommends swabbing the back of the throat. in addition to your
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nose when using antigen tests 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, however, the most accurate test results. >> doctor chin hong recommends taking a pcr test. once you start feeling symptoms. i'm taylor bisacky reporting kron. 4 news. >> and the experts say that with each new variant of covid, it's not clear how many people are getting infected with long covid right now. it looks like one in 5 experience persistent symptoms, at least once a month after their initial reaction. so just hope of somebody gets covid that, you know that a short haul, not a long haul.
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and can reduce, or even eliminate, oral steroids. and here's something important. dupixent can cause allergic reactions that can be severe. get help right away if you have rash, chest pain, worsening shortness of breath, tingling or numbness in your limbs. tell your doctor about new or worsening joint aches and pain, or a parasitic infection. don't change or stop asthma medicines, including steroids, without talking to your doctor. are you ready to du more with less asthma? just ask your asthma specialist about dupixent.
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>> the cloud for morning news is almost over. but before we go, let's check in with olivia ward and see what's up for live in the bay today. high libya. good morning. how are you doing this morning? and hang in there. another hot one. listen, we have another amazing show. coming up, her posts on instagram have garnered thousands of likes. >> we're chatting with sf foodie. ali eats. then he recently won the emerging black composers cool jonathan shares what it meant to win this award and how you can use new work defied plus, want to take your next vacation to new heights. how about real high? we have a look at how you can
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take off in the higher balloon for yourself and don't forget to get your voice heard with our viewer voice. all you have to do is scan that qr code and you can join in on the conversations live, including responding to our question of the day. and we're asking today, which super power would you want and why? daria, with invisible. >> i want to be the invisible woman that before. >> you want to be invisible? yes, your lineup or extra strong extra strong. i like that one may be flying. i don't. flying would be nice. all the choices. the sky's the limit. thank you. lydia thing started. it's only in the league would come true 9.55. right now and take a look before we go. this the number of great white sharks along the california coast that they are tracking and it's going up. in fact, the new numbers show that the shark numbers are surging. most of the church, a church that they are tracking our juveniles. researchers think that the laws adopted to protect sharks are behind this set growth spurt. take a look at this.
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the estimated value of this hunk of metal. is 200 million times jeff business sort of that world. that's a lot of money. this is a rare asteroid. it's called 16 site and it's about the size of massachusetts. it's iron and nickel and it's the size of massachusetts is worth a lot of money. 10 quintillion 1 quadrillion dollars, which is i think almost a gazillion that 70,000 times the global economy. 1.3 billion dollars for every person on the planet that would take if we all pitched in second hold a couple of dollars. maybe i we get there to i don't think it's going to happen. how about this one? you now? this love the squid game. this. i know the show. so so that's the tv show, think is a horrible concept. but really, apparently somebody thinks it be fun to have a game show like this and you don't die what you will when okay. so that's the best part. you don't die and you win money. now i might watch that. >> so that's what they're good. they're doing. it's in
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the works right now. netflix is creating. so the real question is, are you going well, i think you have to put in your real and see if they think that their unit, if you're squid game worth i don't think they that. hey, let's get a quick look at the forecast. if you are going dissipate in any games today you want to do some games inside because it's a warm and our yeah. the guy is playing soccer in suffield over make sure you have the water check on your neighbors today and tomorrow we cool down. so it'll be great. very nice. it will be back here tomorrow, if you will see later.
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>> announcer: today on "dr. phil"... >> was your father abusive growing up? >> i think so, yes. >> announcer: dad denies this. >> if your feet are sticking to the floor, if you have sewer flies in the bathroom, it spells chaos. >> seeing that on the big screen brings a lot of things to light. >> announcer: and now the quadruplets face off with dad. >> you said he would yell and spit in your face when he was raging. she thinks that you are a full-out sociopath and she remembers you ripping the heads off of her barbie dolls. >> i'm at a loss on that one. >> it's hard to talk about, because he's right there. >> i've never talked about this before. >> liz, what did you want to say? >> she feels really bad. >> liz is grown up, she can speak for herself. ♪ ♪ >> let's do it. >> have a good show,ry


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