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kron. 4 morning news. a former ma a fighter continues. his fight against a murder charge. we're live at the courthouse in santa clara county. the covid risk from big events is far from gone. but thousands are about to descend on golden gate park for outside lands music festival. >> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at no. >> thanks for waking up with me. i'm darya. hold down. the james left. john and rain are off but dave spahr is here to give us the weather. good morning, dave. i got one spike okay morning darya. good morning, everybody still dealing with quite a bit of cloud cover and a fog situation along the east bay shoreline, as you will see, kind of left over that should help mix out. >> by the noon hour, upper 60's now breaking out in the east bay. also on the east bay shoreline with hayward. 68 62 for santa rosa. 62 to measure
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for san francisco. the winds this pattern has been the same all this morning picking up a little bit as you can see around the carquinez strait elsewhere. pretty much single digits with the general on shore program. the rain continues for much of the day today up around tahoe. different story, though, by tonight and this weekend. so if you're headed up there, we're looking at a much improved forecast for they're dealing with flash flooding just yesterday. the breakdown for you today about 82 by one by 4. 83 again, a couple clouds plus for good measure and there. we'll check in your forecast the weekend coming up in a bit. daria. >> thank you, dave and i will take a peek at the traffic and it's nothing. i mean, the bay bridge is this is what you want to see if you've got to work on a friday. little be like this. wright was an easy commute for you. how about the san mateo bridge if this is the direction needed to westbound 90 to the right hand side is where you have the most company because that's the typical commute direction. and the richmond center fell bridge as well. all cleared out. everybody left they got on the bridge and now it's all for you. the golden gate bridge, which is usually
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pretty sleepy. >> there are a few cars going more going out of town. >> or out of san francisco in are and then the other way at this hour. 9, 0, one. and happening today, former mma star cain velasquez will be back in court for a hearing. his charge with trying to kill a man accused of molesting one of his family members. kron four's camila barco is live in santa clara county with an update coming >> dari. the case continues for the mma fighter right now. cain velasquez hearing is taking place here at the santa clara county courthouse in today. a judge will heal cool here. arguments over motions made by the attorneys this case? well, it started back in late february. this is when prosecutors say that cain velasquez tried killing harry the large. he is accused of molesting a 4 year-old child who is related 2 velasquez now blazquez allegedly chased or take along highway one. 0, one and attempted to sh ot him. however, he ended up hurting
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another man. blazquez has been denied bail. but this morning he is back in court. his supporters have been showing up here at the courthouse and believe he has been wrongfully accused. however, prosecutors, they don't think so. as far as the goes, well, he remains out of custody as he waits for his trial to start. he's being charged with lewd acts with a minor child. he has pleaded not guilty in that case, but are as far as the last kuz goes, he has yet to enter a plea. he is facing attempted murder charges and if convicted, he could be sent to jail for 20 years. and like i said, daria, the hearing is now taking place here at the santa clara county courthouse. we have our own chuck clifford inside right now as this hearing is going on. and of course, we'll have more info as we get them. but for now, send it back to you. all right. thanks a lot, camilla, 9, 0, 3. and we're following breaking news out of oakland to a fire on edgewater drive broke out earlier this morning. and you can see the
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flames shooting up from the top of the building there. >> from this video that we got, this is near the oakland airport and it's a commercial business. that's all we know in the past firefighters got a handle on this fire. most of the flames are out. this was it at its peak. no word on any injuries. and ill. also in the east bay, former richmond police officers going to be arraigned on felony assault charges today. >> eric smith junior is accused of beating and tasing a man during a traffic stop in april and this is video of this. you can see what's happening there. smith says that he pulled over solemn mendoza junior because he suspected him of drunk driving and the situation escalated when mendoza tried to run away and in the end, the department ended up firing smith for using excessive force during that arrests. the biden administration's move to declare monkeypox a national public health emergency is supposed to boost the country's response to the out to break. the u.s. has 7,100
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confirmed cases. and we know california is the second worst in the country. jessi turnure has an update from d c. good will free up money and other resources to help control the virus at a time when many states are having trouble keeping up with demand for vaccines. >> we're working hard to contain it while the u.s. remains under a public health emergency for covid-19, the biden administration declared another one thursday for a different virus. monkeypox. it is really i think the real time dimitri daskalakis is helping lead the national response to monkeypox, which has now infected more than 7,000 americans. the most important thing is to let people who have the knowledge and how about box transmit. the virus spreads through skin to skin contact and sharing bedding towels and clothing. patients have been primarily men who have with men. but health officials stress the virus can infect anyone could clear messaging to people about how to prevent infection
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without drives are there. there the declaration comes amid criticism from major cities over monkeypox vaccine availability. some of that to stop offering the second dose to ensure supply of first doses. as soon as we saw that this outbreak was different. >> in transmitting much more rapidly. we quickly moved to order tens of thousands of more doses. white house press secretary karine jean pierre said the administration has made more than a million doses available and boosted the processing of tests to 80,000 per week. the declaration should help the federal government better track who is infected and vaccinated. but texas senator ted cruz called the announcement a purely political. they want to change the topic away. >> from their failed domestic agenda. >> and last week, the world health organization called monkeypox a public health emergency with cases in more than 70 countries. no one in the u.s. has died, but a few deaths have been reported in other countries in washington. i'm jessi tenure too.
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>> and in california, lawmakers are calling a state to do more to slow because of the slow spread of monkeypox in the slow rollout of vaccine, more than 800 cases have happened in california, which is the second most in the nation behind new york state state senator scott wiener who represents san francisco says the governor took a big step by declaring a state of emergency. but he says more has to be done. he sent the governor a letter calling on him to approve 38 million dollars to help with monkeypox on a local level. >> to support county public health departments which are responsible for expanding testing vaccination and community outreach. we need to make sure the counties but their public health departments have the support that they need. >> senator wiener has been chosen to chair a new monkeypox select committee. the committee is trying to come up with guidelines and resources for the entire state members of the committee are going to have their first meeting next tuesday. and
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california and san francisco departments of health are considering using a different smallpox vaccine to treat monkeypox. it's called cam 2000 vaccine and it's a smallpox vaccine that was approved in 2007, 100 million doses have been stored in the strategic national stockpile. the state requested 200 of those shots and we're live working to learn more about the rollout of those doses. and when they might come to the bay area. meantime, on the peninsula, san mateo county, you can get a shot of monkeypox from the county. they don't have any vaccine clinics. the public health department is ex explaining why they are giving out some vaccines to major health care systems in the county, but they are divorting most of their supply. the san francisco because according to county health officials, that is where most of their residents in santa clara county, where they get their health care. but one resident
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says they need to do more in his county. >> it seems the county needs to get in front of this and say, hey, we do have more doses. let's give these doses out. and if there's extra, you know what? that's great. invite people from san francisco to come down. san mateo county. >> san mateo county health officials say that they're working on creating a survey on their website, which will connect residents who want the shot with an opportunity to get the vaccine. the san francisco aids foundation is looking for people who could actually give shots for monkeypox. you have the unauthorized untrained administer of vaccines to be able to volunteer. you can contact the organization if you're interested. in the north. bay. solano county reports its first human case of west nile virus health officially the persons from vacaville. and they are currently recovering west nile virus is transmitted to humans and animals through getting bitten by an infected mosquito. so experts advise you to make sure they don't
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breed around your house drain any standing water, make sure that your doors and windows have nice. tight fitting screens without the holes because those mosquitoes again and use insect repellent to keep the mosquito i don't even want to see that for biting. you. >> officials say the risk of west nile virus increases in a drought. and we know we're in a drought. slama county is in fact, in an extreme drought. so my gosh, between west nile and monkeypox and covid and you've got to really protect yourself these days. 9.10, right now. breaking news from overnight. one person is arrested after a shooting in the mirage hotel in las vegas. that happened last night. one person was killed mary jane by has the story. >> that's police say they located and have a rest of the shooting suspect all within 6 hours when the shooting first occurred, according to metro police, there was a fight ohat broke out in a hotel room between for people who all knew each other. one person, the real shot, the 3 others that shooter then left the
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room. one person has died and that injured shooting victims were then taken to umc hospital. they were listed in critical condition as of this morning, the mirage hotel remained on lockdown during this incident. there's no other disruption to the las vegas strip or any other area right now. we've limited day any kind of traffic closures. initially the response required some, you extra police presence because we're told still trying to figure out exactly what hurt. >> but at this there should be really nothing visible or disruptive to the general public. now, here is what it looked like while inside the mirage of all this was unfolding and hotel guest reported there was a bit of confusion, but the mirage is now back open and guests were allowed to come back to their room after it was blocked off because of the shooting. and investigators say this is an isolated incident and believe there is no threat to the public during this time reporting in las vegas marriage in billions a kron, 4 news. >> it's 9.11, a new this morning. a shocking jobs report came out this morning that shows the u.s. added 528,000 jobs last month, despite rising inflation and
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worries about a recession that is more than twice the number that economists were expecting and the unemployment rate also dipped to just 3.5%. experts believe that a strong jobs report has kept the economy from slipping into a full downturn. 9.12, right now. and still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, san francisco is suing the federal government in hopes of saving laguna honda hospital will tell you about the latest effort. >> and sonoma county is trying to say as much water as they can. so they're asking you to help because of the ongoing drought. they. >> okay. it's a pretty mild weekend. it looks like by summertime standards getting those temperatures only up to the 80's with some scattered clouds and this and that will be the same for saturday sunday. get a check of your forecast next kron. 4 morning news continues.
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>> 9.15, right now. and if you look over 7 to do this weekend, comedian jo koy has a new movie in theaters. you might remember coy just a key to daly city last month. his new movie is easter sunday. and dean richards has preview. >> and literally never seen this many filipinos in the same place did you really have to wear the same dress as my that could help to find where these he swore buckle. so
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feels and his final line make sure you're not party there. if you know the comedy of stand-up sensation jo koy. >> you know that he's made a career out of making fun of his loving but intrusive guilt inducing. filipano mother. >> his teenage son pretty much as had every moment of his young life laid out on stage 2. now the whole family gets the same treatment on the big screen in the full length feature easter sunday in it. joe is an up and coming actor who's up for a job starting the tv show. the audition process is happening at the same time that his family's having an easter sunday celebration all while he's trying to reconnect with his son, we just doesn't see enough along the way we meet not only as mom and his son but aunts and sisters and cousins and in-laws and many more each introducing some new wacky layers to the mix. maybe too many players that dilute the final product at the core. the movie is about a filipino
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american family experience, but it's also trying to strike the universal cone that dysfunctional families of all ethnicities. aren't that different? that could have been so effective like other movies about ethnic groups have shown. but here it's hard to relate when so much is being thrown at you in this and even script that threw everything at the wall and hope that something would stick too often. it just fell flat when you have such a charismatic cast, you don't need car chases. an awkward dialogue and other distractions. the take away from the heart of jo koy's. razor sharp wit less could have been so much more. it's a dean's list. c i hope you have a great weekend in chicago. i'm dean richards were for the king in daly city. he's got the key to the. i'm going to see it anyway, dave, i was think about it. at least what you? yeah, i think so. i think and you overall concern about mother as she was the of the jokes. yeah. on saying he had a buyer new car, something mom, you burnt fair
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>> nice. thanks to that. we are some good morning you. good morning, everybody. we are dealing with still quite a bit of cloud cover along the east bay shoreline. you can see a little bit the way some sunshine peering its way through. but it's a little slow and sluggish to clear out. however, that's a different pattern that we're looking at off to the east. this is all this monsoon moisture which is now scooting off towards the east. that will happen through today. but we've got another day of rain up in tahoe before things clear out for a nice weekend, by the way, our future cast for we actually fall theses things fall apart later on when the atmosphere has more energy in it because the moisture source is leading. meanwhile, we okay back here in the bay here comes back. our marine layer in the morning hours. typical typical. that clears out by tomorrow afternoon. and we don't see too much activity in the mountains, but a little residual moisture might spark off an isolated showers. 73 at the arc. everybody else is still in the 60's at this latest hour, mid fif mid-sixties rather along the east bay shoreline. 63 for san francisco. we've got morning fog clouds, 70's for the bay
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80's going on inland. not too bad for august. 5th, 6, 7, this weekend. same kind of program here. pleasant by summer standards and approaching that august. then later in the week, it looks like some wants to clear its throat a little bit. we get some lower to middle 90's here by wednesday, thursday zone for those inland valleys. again, today we're talking 69 san francisco scattered afternoon cloud. 74 for oakland, 81. meanwhile, 4 san jose and across the wider bay, a lot of 80's in the east bay 70's check in to the north bay. again, that's pretty good. and in a bit, we'll have the 4 zone forecast for you. look at that extended aria. >> all right, dave, peek at the bridges. it's been such a quiet morning at the bay bridge. good old school friday. light number one piece to take friday off. and now i guess it's a long weekend or maybe everybody's enjoying a last vacation from summer because have to go back to school and everything. enjoy the kids. if you get to be with them this weekend. let's take a look at the san mateo bridge. that's been a little more business as usual. lots of sunshine there. and, you know, you have a good amount
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of company, but nothing in your way. the richmond center fell bridge was busy earlier this morning like around 6.30, and now at 9.19, it's a pretty easy ride. the golden gate bridge had more people leaving san francisco then coming in and commuting from marin county announced kind of equally sparse in both directions. we have a new warning this morning from the fbi about the rise in violent crime in the country. the fbi's director says the nation is facing unimaginable challenges. dray clark has more. >> file in time i think is the number one issue i hear about from our law enforcement partners, fbi director christopher wray testifying in front of a bipartisan group of senators thursday telling them americans violent crime problem is out of control. gangs, terrorizing neighborhoods, carjackings at an all-time high. rising robberies and police officers targeted this june. >> more officers were murdered in this country than in any single month. in the past 4
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years. another area of vulnerability, the u.s. border with mexico. >> illegal guns and drugs are being smuggled into the u.s. by the drug cartels from mexico. violent gangs then sell and distribute the guns and drugs throughout the country. it is a major, major and it is represent >> concerns for us. the director pointing to 3 arrests that highlight how bad the problem is. a dozen gang members arrested in arizona on gun and drug charges in people arrested with guns, meth and fentanyl. and in texas, 18 people with suspected ties to mexican drug cartels arrested for drug trafficking. and that is just 3. >> fbi field offices in a single week. >> all right. let's get your mind off of that. and on to sports this weekend is the second round. the second go at the bay bridge series. the giants and a's are going to play in oakland tomorrow. the
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giants coming off an embarrassing performance. san francisco tried to save just the last game against the dodgers. but they got swept by the dodgers. la beat him 5 to 3. oh, and by the way, forget joe cool in the 6th. gabe kepler finally just pop his cork. >> he got into it with far given facing a lot of a point in a lot of lip flap. and until finally said, you know what, i got the power. if you're out of here, it's the first time the giants manager has been tossed so congrats, gabe. we've got that under your belt now. the a's they did much better wrapping up their series against the angels with a win. but it was a close, hard fought one. that's for sure. in the end, the a's were able to hold on, though and win it 8 to 7 the the 70's. they took 2 out the 3 game series and like i said, next up is the giants are 2 bay area. teams are going to battle basically designed which team is. less worse or
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9.22. right now and coming up on the kron 4 morning news. >> if you don't like sports, there's still lots going on in the bay area this weekend outside lands returns to san francisco will have more on what you can expect from day one.
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♪ ♪ branches of the military say they're having trouble recruiting, including the coast guard. and experts say the pandemic. >> is partly to blame. alex caprariello explains.
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>> people live in sleep in the skies right here. there's still a sense of excitement within in son, austin, me, a new officer aboard the holly bock of the u.s. coast guard wanted to join something that had a direct impact on the community. unfortunately, military officials are having trouble capturing that same enthusiasm within american youth. the coast guard is projecting to be 1000 opening shot, a fulfilling their goal of 4,000 guardsmen this year. i don't envy anyone. >> in a recruiting station trying to recruit for any of the military branches right now. national security experts say approximately 75% of young americans aren't physically able to serve. >> the population has become stagnant amid the pandemic and obesity is an ongoing problem of those who are physically fit. only about 11% even have a desire to enlist. if it's really hard to get you to work at a high paying job or you might not get shot at that, it's probably going to be even harder to pay it. you work at a lower paying job where you
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actually might get shot at. even still, experts say the coast guard is doing better than other military branches at this point in the year. the u.s. army has only met 40% of its recruiting goal. >> it's 9.26. and coming up next, outside lands is back. and that means thousands of people and a lot of fun or maybe somewhere to avoid. we're going to have the latest on that.
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>> 9.29 right now. and i just realized that some districts get back to school next week. what's the last weekend that they can get out there and enjoy their little kids day? maybe it's this mild weather. there is think it must be fall has to be it. so yeah, that we do have that kind of forecast and this week, some are going to scratch its throat a little bit. it looks like he's half moon bay for one of the places. the cloud cover and the fog still hanging out at this late hour. temperature check for you. most readings in the 60's. 73 for antioch. we're getting some movement with temperatures there. we've had rain continuing in the mountains. it will happen through much today around reno, tahoe. then that will clear out late tonight. and it looks like it's setting up for a nice weekend in store for us. breaking today down for you. here we go through the 80's in the lower 80's at that, although we might see some mid 80's, though, for places like scattered clouds will throw in there just for good measure tomorrow. happening for the oakland a's will be hosting the giants 4, 0, 7, game time on saturday. temps mid 60's for much of the
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game. now variable clouds and cool is that fog rolls back in again. a west wind to compliment at about 10. so a little bit on the cool side with that breeze hanging around there. but at least rain-free for today or for tomorrow. and for sunday. what have a look at your extended forecast and that four's on the bet right now. checking out some bridges for you, wilson. >> yeah, let's take a look at the bay bridge because it's been so nice and quiet for anybody who does have to work this morning, which apparently is a lot of people you can see that it's an easy ride for you. san mateo bridge has been pretty quiet and actually now in the 9 o'clock hour, it is as quiet as it's been since. i don't know. maybe 05:00am. >> here's a look at the richmond. sandra fell bridge. also an easy ride. all you have to worry about is the sunshine to make sure that that's not in your face, depending on which direction that you're traveling and the golden gate bridge hasn't been the most golden, but it's getting there. you can see san francisco as the sunnier side at this hour. both sides are running equally both northbound and southbound
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heading into the city or if you're heading up are in in the east bay. oh, sorry. let me let me let me get myself into place here because we're talking about the news now. what's going on in berkeley? we've been talking about this all week where cal wants to build building housing for students and people's park in the struggle over this. well, there was a meeting last night they were talking about the use of tear gas and pepper spray for crowd control. the mayor decided, though, to cancel that talk at the last minute. kron four's theresa stasi explains why. >> it was canceled because i don't believe that we should appeal are. current prohibition on the use of tear gas for crowd control situations. that is berkeley mayor jesse ever again on why thursday's meeting was quashed. that mayor explains the council was considering lifting the ban due to the need for more help. >> managing crowds such as in the case on wednesday as protesters clash with police at uc berkeley's new proposed development at people's park forms by the loudoun county
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sheriff's department. that because we have a ban on tear gas that they're not going to sen. >> personnel, it berkeley called joint. and that was concert. and the fact that people's park is in an urban environment >> it is very likely that things could spill over onto city and we do not have enough police to effectively manage the situation. so we're going to need help. the mayor says since then, he has spoken with the alameda county sheriff who promise mutual aid, even with the ban. remember 2014 when there were a series of protests and solid a with the black lives matter movement and our police quite a bit of tear gas. and one night it that just the impact it has public health and indiscriminately at impacting other people. also, i think creates a chilling effect for people engage in first amendment activity. 7 people were arrested during wednesday's protest and the
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development project is halted for now. uc berkeley spokesperson says school officials are trying to figure out the next phase need to assess. now we need to think about a different way forward. >> given the indisputable fact that we have some individuals in this community who are willing and able to engage in highly dangerous, violent, unlawful activity. >> as a means of expressing their opposition to a project that's meant to benefit the entire community. >> to recess stasio kron. 4 news. there's a new effort by san francisco city leaders to keep the doors open at laguna honda hospital. 2 lawsuits were filed against health and human services and the center for medicare, medicaid services. the first suit as the for federal funding for the hospital to stay in place. while this whole legal fight is playing out, the federal government is pulling the funding because of multiple health violations at laguna hospital. if the city does not meet the mid september deadline to recertify the hospital, then they're
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supposed to lose the funding entirely and have to move everybody out. the second lawsuit asked that patients transfers be stop, which they are at this moment. it's a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of patients. >> we know that laguna honda has challenges. we understand the need to make corrective action. and we've already implemented significant amounts of corrective action based on the recommendations of cms and what we know that we have to do. >> some patients have already been moved to other facilities, but then they put a stop on the transfers. city officials say 9 patients died after being relocated. so they argued it was too dangerous. and now things are on hold for now. >> it's 9.35. and today the outside lands music festival returns to san francisco. >> in golden gate park and in the past, you can see how busy it was. more than 200,000 people are expected to attend the three-day festival. kron
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four's as a bit unit has more on what to expect. the final preparations are underway for outside lands 2022, which happens friday here at golden gate park in san francisco. this is going to be so exciting for san francisco. >> and i know that in a major city like san francisco, we have our challenges, but it doesn't mean we shouldn't take an opportunity. >> to have a good time. but having a good time come sect into keeping people safe for san francisco mayor london breed. the ultimate goal is to keep people safe to make sure everyone's having a good time. sfpd deputy chief robert o'sullivan is in charge of outside lands. join public we will have a full and very visible complement of police all 3 days for the 72 hours for this event, both on the interior and the exterior. if you are planning on packing a bag to bring with you for the day. >> keep this in mind. if you're coming in to bring a backpack, please bring clear bags. we've had this policy for several years.
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>> and that is important. you'll be turned away. your bag will be turned away if you don't bring a clear bag. there is no mask requirement to enter the music but again, we want people to understand that covid and monkeypox are still. >> issues that are out there and the department of public health at this time does not believe that events like this should not continue as a result this year. it is anticipated that outside lands will generate over 71 million dollars for the local economy, including showcasing bay area food vendors and wineries and lot of local it's not every festival has green day this year. >> we have this year which are really excited about. >> the mayor and event organizers strongly recommend taking public transportation or ride share. if you do dry, they advise that you do not leave anything valuable in your car and that you do not block any driveways. there will be tow trucks everywhere
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and we will respond accordingly in francisco housing read you from 4 news. >> ride. share my mom. i can stay on mom, cher. taking like 5 kids. coming up next on the kron 4 morning news. police are recent releasing letters. >> and one that they say was sent to alexis. gabe's parents were going to break down the timeline of her disappearance. >> and take a look at the high temperatures going on for today. we got a lot of middle 80's in the east bay, north bay still hanging on to sub 80 in the 70's department. this is pretty cool stuff here for august in a bit. we'll check
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>> 9.40 is the time. and as we speak, california farmworkers are working and walking. they're going to the state capitol. they want to get governor newsom's attention. they want to sign a bill that would help agricultural workers unionize and vote to in private members of united farm workers are marching 300 miles from central california to sacramento to ask the governor to sign a b. 21 83 is bill that would expand current laws to give farmworkers more options in the way they vote for or against forming a union. >> when you're asked to vote, you know, in terms of on your bosses property while your boss that's going to really chilling very suppressive effect on the way you choose to vote or engaging in election. so if you're able to
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receive a ballot in a way that's transparent and intractable by the a or b and yet. you still have that that secret ballot, that privacy, that ability to make decisions and participate in the election the way the want to that's going make workers certainly feel less vulnerable to retaliation >> it is a long journey and they plan to arrive in sacramento on august. 26, which is farm worker appreciation day. it's 9.42. and we'll be right back.
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>> 44 and will. this is nothing new. most of california, the bay area are in a severe drought. officials in sonoma county are sharing details about their emergency response to it during a virtual town hall county supervisors showed that the rainfall has been well below average for the last 2 years and they discussed plans to expand a drought task force. >> doubling the number of members providing work participation from all sorts of folks that are going to be having a hand in dealing with that effects of drought and that drought task forces concert work late this month. >> and the town of windsor discussed their program, which gives out free water and a recycle fill station. they're going to hold that next round meeting in september. i think
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people keep hearing this day they go. what more can i possibly do? i'm down to using the dog's water when i want to change it every other day, i put it in a plan. you know, like everybody is using every last drop. >> yeah. and the fun strange thing is a good morning, daryn. everybody hears half moon bay, water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink. the clouds, i guess you could argue that a little bit. but we need engineering and more energy. get get a working on fusion that we take all the water we need from there. tahoe, what does it look like after rain today and rain for much of the week? lots of sunshine looks like temps holding in the lower 80's very much summer feel if you're going to head up there, of course, it's kind of what ground to deal with. but the rain will be departing. here's what it's right now as we speak. you can see a pretty busy there and the mountain chain, but the direction is an and one that's moving outside the area. there's no flood watches have been posted for tahoe, though, with that. so the anticipation is that rain shuts off. looks okay for us. by the afternoon. we're still working on clearing, though in a couple of bridge shots. we still have that overcast
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skies. they're in this leftover rain overnight, calms down and tomorrow with daytime heating might see the flare up of a little isolated little shower because it is the summer months. it's always possibility with that, too. your 4 zone forecast checking in for this tgif. 69 san francisco to the coast. we're in the mid 60's. meanwhile, the bayside 73 for burlingame, some lower 80's around palo alto, redwood city kind of match that with a south bay, too, east bay shoreline, just sub 80 tri valley. pretty much mid 80's. 84 walnut creek and concord. 68 for berkeley. the les, what a cool. 67. thank you. onshore winds. 82 for fairfield. napa. 75 and mostly 70's. you see here in the north bay, 7 day forecast. we do pop again by the middle of the week. summer clears his throat by thursday, 93 70's for the bay area. >> let's take a peek at the nice traffic that we have, which is so light at the bay bridge. never got backed up this morning, by, you know, a dozen cars. it was really easy ride. and it is for you right
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now, too. you can see those nice puffy clouds above. let's look at the san mateo bridge next. and that was all sunny and very light travel there. westbound 92 is the right hand side to give you an idea of what you're in for. >> san mateo verizon alright. the richmond center fell bridge has also been very quiet. lots of sunshine and very few cars and the golden gate bridge taking a little longer. but you can see it's now sunny year and it's heavier in the outbound direction. heading from san francisco out and up to marin county. then it is the other way this moment. 9.48 and the family of alexis. gabe is sharing new details about her disappearance and presumed murder. the oakley woman has been missing since january. investigators believe that she was killed by her ex-boyfriend later was killed during a confrontation with the police kron. four's felecia call breaks down the timeline of this case. >> antioch police detective john recently wrote alexis gabe's family a letter which they are making public. it
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details how investigators tracked this case for more than 4 months. from the night a lexus vanished to the day the man believed to have killed her was shot and killed by police. her ex-boyfriend, marshall jones on january. 26 gas station surveillance video shows a lexus making her way to jones's home in antioch, the forensic download of her car and cell phone data shows she was in the area of his home at 6.37. that night, though, there is no video of her arriving or ever leaving about 2 and a half hours after her car parked jones began a nearly two-hour phone call with his father, though police do not believe the 2 remained on the line with each other or that jones was with the phone the whole time. 4 minutes later, alexa says car turned on and began moving her phone was tracking with it. detective john notes historical data shows a lexus drove a specific way from any act to her home in oakley, with no deviations until this trip. the car parked in oakley
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about 12 minutes after leaving antioch. the driver exited the vehicle alone. with the lexus is phone. about 8 minutes later, the phone was turned off the drivers then tracked on surveillance videos walking from oakley to antioch, again, believed to be jones. investigators say when jones got back home before midnight, he wrote a lexus a text message asking if she made it home following an outgoing unanswered phone call the next morning. alexa says mom called jones asking if he saw her the night before he said yes. and later texted saying she left his house at around 9 o'clock. oakley police opened a missing persons investigation less than 4 hours later the next day, january 28th jones gave oakley police consent to search his house except the master and spare bedrooms. he also turned his phone over to police for forensic download less than 2 hours later, detective john states in the letter that jones drove to his
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mother's house and unloaded several large, heavy garbage bags into the backyard or garage later that night, gps tracking and surveillance footage puts jones in the area of pioneer in amador county. investigators eventually shared with the public that a handwritten note believed to have been written by jones provided directions on where to dispose of the body on february. first, when police say jones was seen staying at his mother's house with a gun, investigators executed a search warrant of marshall jones's home and found traces of blood later found to have alexa says dna. the shower curtains in jones's bathroom were also missing. the next day, jones flew alone to washington to stay with his father in the ensuing 4 months. antioch and oakley police executed a search warrant that jones's sister's home in vacaville and conducted air and ground searches in pioneer in antioch, alexa says cell phone
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case was discovered by a search volunteer which had both alexa says and jones is dna on may 19th jones's mother was arrested for aiding and abetting, but she was released after no charges were filed less than 2 weeks later on june. first, jones was killed by police in washington after they say he lunged at officers with a knife. time to this day. alexis's body has not been. police are convinced she was murdered. phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. it's 9.52. and a close call for a police officer and oakland. he was almost hit by gunfire. >> while in his car on a stakeout, it was wednesday and the officer was surveilling an armed robbery suspect on martin luther king junior way near macarthur bart station and he was in an unmarked car when 2 people unrelated, the operation started shooting from both sides of the car. you could see that the car got the riddled with bullets, but the officer was not hurt and
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detectives were able to arrest both of the shooters. it is 9.52 and we'll be right back.
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before we blast off for the weekend, let's check out this blast off of blue origin. that is the 6 commercial trip to
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sub orbital space. and there are 2 women on board with 6 people who pay for that 10 minute flight. that's a lot of money for 10 minutes. i forget how much it is. but it's too much for a stay of. so don't worry about it before. so about you worry about that? but, you know, they get to came back safely. so that was a good trip for them. i'm sure was a lot of fun. meantime, just here on we couldn't meyer animals. the cincinnati zoo's most famous resident has a big sister is and and this is a big baby hippo. the newest addition arrived wednesday. mama bb second baby. the new calf weighs twice as much as sister fiona field with 6 weeks from sure this moment to term. and as a mom, i'm always going so that baby baby hippos are 50 to 100 pounds and about 2 feet long. i'm 5 feet. 200 pounds. can you imagine? well, and this is just coming out. well, but it's a hippo. i mean, the hippos are big. >> doctor has really that marina's has to be really
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ready for and get out of the he's coming because you also have hungry, hungry hippos to worry about to the marbles. he's got to have some we have a mild forecast this weekend. check it out. it's the 80's. you are dancing about this earlier. i know all totally comfortable. totally 80's man. it's like for early into the week and then by wednesday, thursday, summer clears his throat. we jump back in the 90's, heading up the tahoe, by the way, that rain. and today was their back and they were never out. yeah. they were never out. love the 80's. we'll see
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