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s. the only one cats ask for by name. >> now >> at 3 o'clock, the supreme court stripped away the nation's constitutional protections for abortion that have stood for nearly a half-century. there are tears of for fear and tears of joy today. how things will change and what this means for abortion access in california. plus, protecting pride celebrations with a million people expected to arrive in the city for the weekend. police have an enormous job of keeping everyone safe. are they up to the task? also, manhunt over san francisco. police have arrested the person they say shot and killed the person on a muni train where they found him.
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>> from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news. we'll change in crime down. >> we need to raise a generation to respect life, to see young girls now have fewer rights and their moms their grandmothers and something very sad for country. but that doesn't mean the fights over. >> one of the most consequential days in recent american history. a landmark ruling by the supreme court overturns roe versus wade. it has sparked protests and celebrations across the nation. thank you so much for joining us here during kron. 4 news at 3. i'm justine waltman. this ruling overturns almost 50 years of legal precedent protecting a woman's right to choose. and there's passionate reaction pouring in from the streets to the white house and the halls of congress. let's get the latest now from reporter lauren meister.
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>> i've or shun rights demonstrators outside the supreme court today reacting and cameras rolling the moment the decision was announced as pro life activists erupt in cheers. this morning in a 5, 4, decision. the supreme court striking down roe versus wade ending the country's constitutional protections for abortion. the president calling it a sad day for the supreme court and the country. today's supreme court united states. >> expressly took away constance right from the american people. and already recognized. and in limited, he simply took it away. that's never been done to write. so important to so many americans. house speaker nancy pelosi contrast in the high court's decision with another this week affecting gun rights. such a contradiction.
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>> yesterday, the say the state's n. cannot make laws governing. the constitutional right to bear arms. and today. they're saying the exact numbers. republican lawmakers voicing support. >> oh, my gosh. the most important. >> prolife ruling in american history. today's supreme court decision was a step protect the most precious and basic right, the right to the court's decision, our road, putting it at odds with the majority of americans favor preserving it. according to opinion polls. >> we protect the freedoms are under governor gavin newsom joining other west coast state leaders saying it's time to that's why california. >> oregon and washington building west protect patients access it.
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>> that was lauren meister reporting for us, california attorney general rob bonta and governor newsom denounced the supreme court's landmark decision. governor newsom just signed a bill into law that makes california a safe haven for women across the nation. he said the administration will not cooperate with any states that attempt to prosecute women or doctors for receiving or providing reproductive care during his press conference today, the governor also said today's supreme court ruling is bigger. the just reproductive rights. they're coming. >> after you next period. full stop. this is not just about women. this is not just about choice. this is not just about reproductive freedom to coming after you next. it's a serious moment in american history. this great divergence now. red states versus blue states. >> democrats and abortion
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advocates say they want to enshrine a woman's right to choose in the state constitution which will need to pass the legislature by june. 30th in order to head to voters in november. and to be clear, today's ruling does not outlaw abortion entirely. states like california still have the right to allow portion if they choose. legal experts say it's unlikely that the supreme court would make abortion illegal on the federal level. but by leveling up the decision to each individual state experts argue there will be plenty of lawsuits targeting pro abortion states like california. >> so if a state like california, we'll be able doris abortion, but you're going to see some litigation around the country about this traveling across state lines with some of the antiabortion states are now going to say is a criminal conduct and women who can't afford to fly to another state to get an abortion are going to be hurt by this decision very dramatically. >> there is also concern over legal precedent. today's ruling could set for future supreme court decisions.
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justice current clarence thomas wrote a separate opinion suggesting that the court should reconsider past rulings that reaffirmed issues like access to birth control, same marriage, even conduct between consenting adults. bay area snow. there is the morning after year joined us here during the kron. 4 morning news today. representative spear says the supreme court has become an extreme weapon of the far right. she says this is just the beginning of a long plotted war on civil rights for women and people of color and the lgbtq community as indicated by chief justice thomas's opinion. >> it was a justice clarence thomas who wrote in his opinion today that other issue should be on the table issues like contraception issues like lgbt rights and marriage. this is a court that is politicized in a manner that we have never seen before. and i think we
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need to recognize that the only way you can put the brakes on them is to make sure that we have majorities in the house and the senate that are embracing what the majority of americans believe. >> now to the south bay, where santa clara county supervisors and city council members put out their plan to protect women seeking an abortion kron four's. charles clifford brings us their message. >> well, here in the bay area, there are many people who support abortion rights and here in the south bay today, a rally was held by folks who are very unhappy with what the supreme court has done in front of the federal building in san jose on friday, pro abortion rights elected officials and community leaders expressed outrage at the supreme court's decision to overturn roe versus wade. what has happened today to women across america to people seeking abortion across america. >> it is made us second-class citizens making abortion illegal does not make abortion go away. it simply makes it unsafe. removing the
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constitutional right to abortion will not minimize abortions. >> but will very likely lead to an increase in maternal deaths in this country by more than 20%. >> they also called on california state leaders to continue protecting the reproductive rights of all women. california will become a sanctuary community in the post roh world. but we recognize as leaders in california that california cannot be an island. >> that we must continue to push these right back out across this country. >> in the south bay, charles clifford kron, 4 news. >> now to the east bay where our team coverage on today's historic opinion released by the supreme court continunu in kron. 4 a call met with antiabortion advocates were applauding the supreme court's decision. >> a day and time for activists have advocated for going on nearly a half century. deeply personal for those with just for this
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ruling most their lives. i am ap so happy i i burst into tears outside planned parenthood in walnut creek, about a dozen people who demonstrate here weekly offering women alternatives to abortions, praising the supreme court's opinion on roe versus wade. >> ending constitutional protections for ab rtion. this is a huge victory. >> our victory. at reforming abortion. our victory is that abolishing abortion? ever> baby's life matters. the court's decision is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states. but pastor james cook with lighthouse baptist church in concord is not holding his breath counting on california being one of them november. gavin newsom has already said he's going to put it on the ballot. >> for the citizens of california to vote abortion rights into our constitution. >> so it's a very short term for california in the past demonstrations outside this clinic have become so violent.
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the walnut creek city council adopted an ordinance creating an 8 foot buffer zone between activists and patients visiting for services council member kevin will stop by friday to make sure everyone remained peaceful, which they did. walnut creek has come out strongly in support of women's rights. >> and obviously of being able to protect women, is it coming to clinics? but i can tell you that ersonally speaking, i'm offended. i'm offefeed that the highest court in our nation would take away the rights of over half the population. america. this is great news. >> happy news for all of us in walnut creek police to call from a new >> we have a lot more content on our website. kron 4 dot com on today's supreme court ruling. you can scan the qr code on the screen right now and we'll take you right to our website. we have much more coverage here at 3 o'clock today, including an interview with state sen. alex padilla for us, senator alex padilla. we do have big news out of washington, d.c., another story we're watching is that
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the u.s. has passed the first new gun safety legislation in decades. the bill enhances background checks for people under 21 wanting to buy a gun. it also prevents convicted domestic abusers from buying guns, regardless of whether they were married to the victim. the bill provides money to states to help enhance red flag laws and provides money for mental health services and securing schools. the senate passed the measure last night with 15 republicans crossing the aisle to move this bill forward. president biden says he will sign it when it arrives at his desk. coming up here at 3 o'clock today, protecting pride. how san francisco police plan to keep everyone safe this weekend. during pride celebrations. >> and police have arrested the suspect from this week's shooting on a muni train. how police got him behind bars and more coverage right after the break on the landmark supreme court decision overturning abortion access in the united states. we're going to be live in dc outside the supreme
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>> today the u.s. supreme court stripped away the nation's constitutional protections for abortion that have stood for nearly a half-century. the decision by the court's conservative majority overturn the landmark roe versus wade ruling and it is expected to lead to abortion bans and roughly half of the states. washington correspondent jessi tenure is live for us now in dc with the
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very latest in a lot of people. both sides of the issue have been coming to the supreme court today where you are just see. >> yeah, most definitely justine. this was the expected decision following last month's leaked draft opinion. but like you said, both sides have been turning out today with very strong responses. >> like the court in the washington is split over the u.s. supreme court's decision friday to overturn its decades old roe v wade abortion case, the health and life of women of this nation. now at risk, it will save the lives of millions of children. president joe biden called the 6, 3, ruling that revokes woman's constitutional right to abortion. a tragic error course decision to do so will have real and immediate consequences about a dozen states have already passed so-called trigger laws that now outlaw most abortions. it's a slap in the face to women. house speaker nancy
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pelosi said it hits, especially at the poor and people of color. she and other democrats in congress like nevada senator catherine cortez masto. so they will continue to push to pass federal laws to restore abortion rights. it matters who we elect in this country who are going to stand up for our rights or take them away. many republicans, though, including louisiana congressman mike johnson cheered the ruling and its staunchly opposed abortion rights legislation. abortion violence is the number one killer of children in america until the day. johnson and others like missouri congresswoman ann wagner called on more states to take advantage of the ruling and swiftly passed protections. >> for our vulnerable babies. >> and conservative justice clarence thomas wrote in a concurring opinion that the court should also revisit decisions that right now protect things like contraception, same relationships and same live in washington. i'm jessi tenure. see abortion pills are likely to become the next major
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contentious issue between abortion rights advocates and opponents. where does that debate stands right it's very likely to turning general merrick garland did issue a statement today just after the decision saying that states cannot ban those hills but almost half of the country already have either the pills themselves or the method of getting them like in the mail. but this is definitely far from settled law and is likely to be litigated in court. and so we could see the issue even make it all the way back here are all the way up here to the u.s. supreme court. jessi turnure live in washington. thank you so much. now the supreme court's decision means there are now heightened security preparations being made for this weekend's pride celebrations in san francisco. >> san francisco's police chief bill scott held a press conference state update. everyone on the security plan. kron four's as the venue has this part of our coverage. >> this week in san francisco, pride celebration comes in the
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wake of the u.s. supreme court overturning the federal abortion rights law. roe versus wade. so what does that mean for security preparations for sfpd? you're part of the plan is we cancel days off. >> for this weekend. so we will be very heavily officers will be fully staffed and at the ready throughout the pride celebration, police chief bill scott is also urging pride goers to be vigilant in terms of security as well. and what that means if you see something suspicious. >> please don't sit on that information. please say something. please call. >> as for the public safety plan for any rallies or protests, dillard either side of the supreme court's decision, we will >> be facilitating first amendment rights like we always a lot going on this weekend. roby versus wade and the supreme court decision. so we want to make sure that everybody knows the san francisco, the place where people can express first
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amendment rights. but we are going to be there to keep the peace and make sure that's done safely. sfpd officials say this weekend safety plan includes court dating surprised security and asking community to work together as well by looking out for one another general safety things throughout the weekend. you know, if you're out with friends, keep your friends close, don't lose anybody. don't leave anyone behind. >> i don't accept drinks from strangers. it is important to note chief scott says, although at this point there has been no credible threats that they know of targeting sf pride. but with events with it, the amount of people that will be participating. you never know. how is it that you cried for news? >> and san francisco police have confirmed that. 26 year-old john green has been arrested for the deadly shooting that happened on a muni train this week. these screenshots from surveillance video from the train were released by police calling this man a person of interest and he was arrested last night
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in pittsburgh. green is accused of opening fire on that muni train before 10 o'clock on wednesday morning, killing a 27 year-old man who has been identified as nesta bowen. a 7 year-old man was also shot and taken to the hospital. he has been released. and as we understand, it is recovering the motive is still being investigated. we'll switch gears now and talk about our weather forecast as we take a look at the cooling that's happening. fog along the coast as we take this live look here at the golden gate bridge. but warmer temperatures inland. and our meteorologists, my recent rodriguez. >> is that really you are you here in person? so missed you all. i'm so happy to hear that know you've been doing such a great job. i missed you as well. let's take a look at your pride parade forecast. a lot to cover this weekend today. no exception, but downtown san francisco, that pride parade going to start at 10, 30 in the morning upper 50's and we're going to see a lot of sunshine. it is going to be a gloomy start, but we are going to see that sun
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break through the clouds and that cool sea breeze, 10 to 20 miles per hour. so bundle up. but temperatures by the afternoon warming up into the mid 60's to mid 70's for parts of downtown san francisco. so enjoy that. let's take a look, though, at that fog bank right now along the immediate coastline of the bay area. and that's why half moon bay, you're 58 degrees and you're tracking cooler temperatures. 40 degree difference between you and livermore. 99 degrees for your afternoon. highs out there right now. so another day of scorching heat for warmest inland valleys with concord at 98 degrees. also hot there with dublin in the mid-nineties. but noticeably cooler for most of the north bay. but novato also in the low 90's. so stay cool and stay hydrated bay area when tracker for tracking winds out of the northwest right now for most of the coastal cities around the bay area coastline and even into the east bay shoreline. but out of the southwest for those of you in livermore. and that's what you're noticing those hot temperatures out there right
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now. and it's going to stay hot all weekend long. justine, find out when relief is finally going to arrive for those of you in our warmest inland valleys. coming up in my full forecast in just a few minutes. back to you. thank you, irl in real life. recent us here. >> still ahead here, our breaking news coverage on the supreme court's decision to overturn roe versus wade continues. and there are safety concerns that this is bringing across the country as nationwide protests get underway. plus, first responders hailed as heroes as they jump into action and braved the flames of a burning home. the dramatic rescue of a young boy that was captured on new bo
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site today. security cameras captured that early morning collapse and there were only 3 people who were pulled from that rubble alive during what turned out to be florida's largest rescue operation. aside from a hurricane yesterday, a judge approved a settlement of more than 1 billion dollars for condo owners and the victims. families. now to our covid coverage and a cdc panel of experts is now recommending that that 2 dose moderna vaccine be the one that kids get when they're aged 6 to 17, only the pfizer vaccine had been approved. there were some concerns about the risk of heart inflammation known i know, carr died us and it was higher after that moderna vaccine for boys aged 12 to 17. but the panel found that the data was inconsistent and the risk is still higher from a covid infection. then from a vaccine. once the cdc director signs off both the pfizer and moderna shots will soon be
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available to all kids older than 6 months. next at 3.30, in the united states supreme court has overturned roe versus wade. >> paving the way for states to make their own laws on whether or not to allow women access to abortions. we'll be joined live by senator alex padilla to see what will change here in california. and you've got to love those bay area. micro climates 50's 60's 70's 80's 90's. and yes, even triple digit heat in the forecast this
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>> back now to our breaking news at 3.30, as the supreme court has overturned the landmark roe versus wade ruling that has stood for about 50 years. the decision by the court's conservative majority is expected to lead to abortion bans and roughly half of the states. so here's a map now put up by the guttmacher institute, a pro abortion rights organization in yellow. that's where abortion access would still be permitted, restricted or banned is in red and to be determined. that's purple on the map. pregnant women considering abortions already had been dealing with near complete bans in oklahoma and a prohibited ban after about roughly 6 weeks of pregnancy in texas clinics and at least 5 other states, alabama, kentucky, missouri, wisconsin and west virginia, all stopped performing abortions today right after the supreme court's decision. right now,
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california's democratic senator alex padilla is joining us to share his reaction to the supreme court's decision. senator padilla, thank you so much for joining us here during kron. 4 news at 3. >> absolutely. thank you for having me. it's the obvious here. critical critical day. so what changes in california if a woman wants an abortion here? good news for california is we have a was at the state level protecting a woman's access to abortion or reproductive care. more what what the the fight here is that every woman in america, every person america deserves the same access that the same protections. so let's begin by putting the ghvernor and the legislature for standing firm in california, partnering with the state of oregon and washington district access not just to the within our state any person may be to travel to our state to receive care that they will no longer be able to
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in their home but let's be clear, the fact that the national love hope is alive and well, i know i'll do everything that the that i can try a woman's right to choose in federal law. >> we're going to be appealing to every voter as we approach november to keep this in mind. but it could about. >> can you be more specific about what women coming from other states to california to get an abortion can expect? >> so again, california has a pretty good health infrastructure accommodate a woman need reproductive care of all types. and if there are women in other states are not able to access the care that they in their home state and they are willing to travel to california. they're not going to and again, the governor legislature putting forth that put their money where their mouth is it to the state budget, ensuring that providers in california that the resources and capacity to
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see of worship that of the care that to to now that the supreme court has ruled just as we expected a couple months ago with the draft first fleet. >> yeah, it wasn't a surprise, but it still bringing a lot of emotions to the surface. today. justice thomas hinted that rights and access to contraception. that's what's next. what will you be doing to protect those rights? >> that that was a big wake-up call in the draft opinion. firstly, that the very logic or justification that this extreme supreme court majority to undo the protections of roe v wade. and it's worth reminding all of us that have stood for nearly 50 years. thus a rush. now, these to undo those rights can easily be applied the right to access to contraception, birth interracial marriage, a marriage equality and so many
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other rights him. it seems like a perfect storm. so the supreme court that the voting rights going back to 2013, we saw what they did to get safety just yesterday in their for a concealed weapons in new york. and now they're doing when it comes to abortion. so a lot of the problems that have been made a lot of the rights that have been achieved over the course of our nation's history are all of a sudden in jeopardy. so we have more work to do in congress, especially in the senate. but every american can do their part tonight. we can be a rage tonight. we can protest. we can raise our but make sure that we get out and vote in november. and it keeps in mind when you're filling out that ballot. >> yes. how will this motivate voters for the midterms? >> but i voters both sides for that to be because republicans regain the majority congress, i can assure you being in the senate republicans regain the majority in the senate, then doing roe v wade is just the
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sign of things to come. this is just the beginning, but it's up to the voters to put an end to it. >> and they will in november. senator alex padilla, thank you so much for joining us here during kron. 4 news at 3. thank you so much. and as the senators mentioned, governor newsom, along with the governors of washington, oregon announced a new multistate commitment to protect abortion rights. they say these states will be safe for all people seeking abortions and other reproductive health care services. so let's listen now to their video message in full. >> productive freedoms are under attack. red states and public can stack courts have rolled back the rights of americans today. the supreme court ruling to overturn roe versus more than half the states. united states. >> an abortion outright were severely restrict right access services. that's why california, oregon and washington are building the west coast offense, protect patients. access we work with
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their legislators with our providers, with the patient advocates. we will continue to protect patients from any state who come to our states. we're here and doctors, nurses and medical professionals working to support patients. secret. we productive kent we're going to protect patient privacy. we will resist augustin. prosecutors, law enforcement or vigilantes trying to investigate patients receiving services in our stop misinformation. and we're going to expand access to abortion services for the people and me. we will not stand on the sidelines. the west coast. united states is going to stand strong. we'll fight like to protect your rights. >> we'll have more on this breaking news story throughout the day right here on kron 4. but now let's talk about our forecast as we take this live look outside here at san francisco international airport. and we see that cool down slowly creeping in there.
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the fog is along the coast and there's a dramatic difference in temperatures between the coast and our inland valleys. right now. our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here, though, with a look at the weekend forecast. yeah, that's right. justine tgif. it's friday bay area the weekend is in sight. so let's take a look at temperatures out there right now because >> if you love today's daytime highs, you're certainly going to love tomorrow's. it's going to be a rinse and repeat pattern downtown. san francisco cooling down to very seasonal temperatures at 68 degrees with low 70's. for those of you in oakland and alameda. but as you make your way inland, 5 to 15 degrees above average. so certainly looking and feeling like summer out there right now for livermore and concord fortin with that triple digit heat. noticeably cooler for most of our north bay valleys. with the exception of novato currently in the low 90's. so hot temperatures there as well. but relief already in sight. here's karl. the fog arriving right along golden gate bridge. make sure to drive safely because of possible reduced visibility. tonight. and we are going to see that fog bank along the
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coast, eventually going to make its way inland overnight, providing some much-needed relief and moisture to our hot, dry inland valleys and also round of drizzle as well is expected. but we are going to see overnight lows tonight, widespread 50's 49 for half moon bay, 64 for antioch and once again, temperatures in the low 90's for warmest inland valleys with low 70's for downtown san francisco and oakland warming up to 77 degrees and it's going to stay warm through monday until we finally start to cool down with below average temperatures a week from today. just staying. risa. thank you so much. coming up, life in the fast lane. the driver takes extreme measures to get around traffic congestion. >> war of the shocking videos. up next. and a new center is supposed to help with san francisco's drug problem. we'll tell y
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to the world, now you know. so sound the alarm. to the world, now you know. out. a reckless driver in sarasota, florida tries to beat rush hour traffic by driving. >> on the sidewalk. and the driver saves a few seconds. but quickly finds out was not really worth that. sheriff's deputies were waiting just ahead of the traffic and saw the motor is cruising down the sidewalk. the driver was given a citation for the dangerous display. luckily no one was hurt. well, good news for bart riders, though. the agency as saying the tracks between concord and pleasant hill are now back open. that track had
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been closed since tuesday after the triple digit temperatures caused a part of it to bend and the end of derailing a train. the closure, the track has led to delays for east bay riders. but again, everything should be back to normal. now. still ahead, our breaking news coverage on the supreme court's decision to overturn roe versus wade continues. the safety concerns this is safety concerns this is bringing across the country as this burger will blow your mind? really? how? bacon two ways... cheese two ways... any more questions? try my $5.99 double bacon cheesy jack combo.
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>> our top story this afternoon, part of america's angry with the supreme court's decision to overturn roe versus wade. and at the same time, pro-life advocates are celebrating this decision. we're monitoring reports of local and nationwide demonstrations and security is being ramped up tonight in washington following the supreme court's ruling on abortion rights. our dc correspondent raquel martin has the latest. >> moments after the supreme court issued its long expected abortion ruling. a crowd grew outside court building among protesters. members of congress keep all protest peaceful. president joe biden is calling on abortion rights supporters to remain calm following the supreme court's landmark decision to overturn roe versus wade violence is never acceptable. michigan democratic senator gary peters says while he understands the blowback, protesters should take their rage to the polls. this election. coming up, though, this fall. >> will make a major
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difference. capitol police have increased security and say they're working closely with local law enforcement as well as the supreme court police to ensure the area here at the court and across the street at the capitol remains safe. but some republican lawmakers say they remain concerned about the safety of the conservative supreme court justices friday, iowa senator chuck grassley sent a letter to the department of justice. >> and homeland security asking they, quote, ensure the court and justices families are protected from pro abortion, violent extremists, whatever the supreme court justices and their staff need to be safe and for their families to be safe. we need to do that. republican senators roger marshall and josh hawley say the danger. israel's we've had assassinations attempt against the justice. >> doesn't get much more violent than last week president biden signed bipartisan legislation to expand supreme court security. u.s. marshals are currently protecting each justice and their families in washington. raquel martin. we're taking a
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live look outside right now from our mount tam cam. and you can see the fog that has cooled off the coast in san francisco started there in the background and it's. >> finally friday, 5 of the weekend and our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has our getaway forecast. yeah, let's get away. just seen. take a look at yosemite falls out there. beautiful day out there. but we're going to notice some very active weather in this year for us, though, closer to home. if you're planning a staycation, we're going to see that june gloom pattern overnight into your early morning. and it's thanks to this marine layer and also that cool sea breeze that we're noticing improved air quality, pretty good air particles out there right now considering all those fires that sparked yesterday. but radar for in the sierra tracking very dry, calm and clear conditions. all of that is going to change is starting for your saturday afternoon. we do have a threat of pop-up thunderstorms, bringing lightning and possible hail and gusty winds in the forecast in just a heads up there. those of you looking to
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get away, take advantage of today because we are going to see temperatures in the upper 70's, but it is going to be making for very slick commute for your saturday. if you're heading out to this year by sunday, we're going to start to warm up and dry out in the mid 80's with temperatures about 5 to 10 degrees above average in this year. so enjoy that temperatures here in the bay area. certainly feeling those temperatures warming up for those of you in concord, in livermore, your triple digit heat with low 70's for the east bay shoreline and even pacific as well. getting a little bit of that northerly offshore breeze. but downtown san francisco, exactly where we should be for this time of year at 68 degrees. petaluma very pleasant in the mid 70's at 77 degrees with of allay at 78 degrees and temperatures tomorrow. we're going to be slightly cooler for warmest inland valleys, but warming up just a touch along the coast and east bay shoreline. downtown san francisco warming up to 71 degrees with 79 degrees for those of you in hayward, san jose, though, going to see toasty
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temperatures in the low 90's as our conquered in livermore at 92 degrees. even santa rosa and avato. you're going to feel the heat tomorrow for your saturday afternoon. highs also in the low 90's and it's going to get even hotter by sunday mid 90's for most of our warmest inland valleys into we gradually start to cool down starting monday. but temperatures not returning to near average until wednesday and then 79 degrees a week from today for warmest inland valleys. as we see more of that marine layer making a huge impact on our forecast. not just along the coast, but even making its way into our inland valleys as well. back to you. just sing. risa. thank you. san francisco now has a new facility to help with the city's drug crisis. it's called a drug sobering center. it's located on howard street in the south of market neighborhood. >> it's a place where people can walk in have a place to rest and right out of high. they have showers, beds, food, volunteer counselors are also on hand to connect drug users with treatment and housing resources. the city already
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has something similar to help those with alcohol problems. but this is a first for drug users. >> this is the one and only program in the city's specialized helping people to sober up from drugs. we have lots drug prices on the street and it's safer to come inside facility like this to be on the street. it's safer for those. are intoxicated, as well as the neighborhood who are witnessing having drug intoxication. >> this is an 18 month pilot program that could be expanded later if they find that it is successful. the los gatos woman in famously dubbed the party. mom is in court today for a plea hearing. shannon o'connor faces 23 criminal counts for throwing alcohol fueled parties for underage los gatos. high school students. the last time she appeared in court, it was an april and prosecutors revealed phone calls that o'connor allegedly made while she was
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in jail where she allegedly told her 15 year-old son not to cooperate with investigators. they also say that she told r husband to come up with a plan to hide her finances. we'll let you know what is decided in court today. stay with us of an update at 5. and now let's see what news nation is working on for tonight. i'm brian entin in for ashleigh tonight on banfield, roe v wade is overturned, but for how long we're asking for more left-leaning court could change the rule plus, brian laundrie's notebook is finally revealed. the shocking details about gabby petito's final days on banfield. >> you can find newsnation on the channels listed right here. we have more details on our website. kron 4 dot com. we'll be righ i'll pick this one up. i earn 3% cash back on dining including takeout with chase freedom unlimited. so, it's not a problem at all. you guys aren't gonna give me the fake bill fight? c'mon, kev. you're earning 3% cash back. humor me.
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>> all right. check this out. it is a 780. >> foot glass bridge that opened in the country of georgia. that's in eastern europe. thrill seekers can track across this bridge. and they can stop in the middle for a snack at a cafe. are they like riding on a zip line or something there? what is things? people are daredevils so that bridge thing. it's like shaped like a diamond. and if this doesn't get, you heard rental and going, there's also the simple line that you can ride your bike across developers hope that the bridge will draw more
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tourists to the area daredevils now have a place to go. you look at chip, look at diamond there in the middle. a rare five-planet alignment is underway in the solar system right now when the celestial show peaks tonight and tomorrow you can get the perfect view of 5 planets. in a clear are so. there are a couple of apps that will allow you see this, especially if you're an amateur stargazers are like skymap for android. you can also try star chart on an iphone. we don't really know if this means that aliens are going to pay us a visit, you know, because it's something that could happen. but either way, it's still pretty cool to check out. and there is a lot to digest with the breaking news today after the supreme court's ruling. we have a lot of content on our website. kron 4 dot com. so you can scan this qr code on your screen right now and we'll take you right to our web sites. you can see everything that's happening. not only here in the bay area, but also across the state and across the country. our
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meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is actually here and we have missed you. you've been filling in at night education, right? you are just avoiding us our what was. but we really need back. so pack. >> you did such a great job with the weather. i saw you yesterday with those currents and everything very impress 81 there. you've got to i think the weather once, you know, i should just give you the do job, guess with one anyone noticed that? yeah, they won. yeah. i would mess up the words. i like ad living more than reading out loud police. not. let's take a look, though, at your final forecast for your friday afternoon. >> enjoy it. very especially along the coast. 72 degrees. but hot as you make your way inland. 98 degrees for those of you in livermore. exactly 40 degrees warmer than half moon bay at 58 degrees. and you can certainly think call the fog for that and everything else in between so hot temperatures inland. that's going to be the big weather story in the coming days. those of you attending
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the giants game tonight against the cincinnati reds. >> that we are going to see first pitch at 07:15pm, tonight, upper 50's and we are going to notice that cloud cover increasing by the early evening hours. so just a heads up there and it is going to be a little bit cooler. thanks to that sea breeze, 20 to 30 miles per hour. so bundle up and hold on to your hats. temperatures tomorrow. low 90's for warmest inland valleys with low 70's along the coast and warming up on sunday. back to you. just seen looks good. thank a breeze and thank you so much for joining us all this week here during kron. 4 news at 3. i'm justine waldman to see you right back here on monday. have a great weekend.
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