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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news district should be, you know changed? >> of what it is doing. tonight at 9 claims of retaliation by oakland teachers for speaking out against school closures and policies as a group of families and educators are calling on the district to keep school doors open and
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re-hire fire teachers who have criticized the closures. good evening, everybody. thanks for being with us tonight on kron. 4 news at 9, i'm grant lotus will cause. a rally was held today just outside of la school. >> ahead of tonight's school board meeting our conference. taylor has the story. >> is the ultimate trespassing on our education system. >> outraged, upset and disappointed. oakland, unified families and teachers are protesting recent decisions by the school district may at the continuing. >> you know, reckless miss of this school district that that's supposed to be defending public schools. the supposed to be all about public education that has been acting 2 private eyes, public schools closing them, you know, under resourcing and are supporting them and then closing them, finding ceases to close them and then turn it over to private country. craig gordon is in oakland education association, representative.
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>> and a longtime educator in the city. however, as of monday, he's now a former substitute teacher. he says he was wrongfully fired out of retaliation after you join protesters occupying parker elementary on thursday who want to keep the school open. this is video from that day when security officers tried to get them >> very aggressive and very violent towards. so the people who are in their heart entry is one of dozens of schools in oakland, unified plans to close or merge over the next 2 years. many people have joined the fight to keep their doors open, saying the closures will negatively impact students of color district should be, you know. >> a change of what it is to attack the rights students and families in the city and protect the group is now calling for school district leaders to stop retaliation and immediately reverse the decision to terminate teachers who spoke out against the closures, not going to back down and we're not going to let them intimidate us. you
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know, try to pick us off one by one. or be deterred by the violence that we saw last week. or threats of, you know, firing. we reached out usd for response to these claims but haven't heard back yet. >> i'm taylor bisacky reporting kron. 4 news. >> authorities are investigating a rape on stanford's campus happened sometime after 5 o'clock in the evening on tuesday in a parking lot near wilbur hall. the crime was later reported to campus security about 8.30, when a mandated reporter notified stanford department of public safety that an adult woman reported she had been sexually assaulted by a man. she did not know anyone who may have information about this incident is being asked to call the stanford department of public safety. >> attacked near uc berkeley's law school tonight, campus police are looking for the person who got violent early this morning. police say a man tried to assault another person. the piece of scrap metal to the parking lot near
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the law school when the attacker lifted the metal over his head. the victim quickly got into his car. the suspect then hit the victim's car with the metal before taking off. police describe the suspect only as a man about 6 feet tall, 30 years old wearing a turquoise shirt and multi-coloured >> former 40 niner star running back frank. gore faces charges of assault related to domestic violence after an investigation in new jersey, gore was charged with simple assault, a misdemeanor kron four's justine waltman has more now on the court documents and she gets insight into why the district attorney did not charge core with a felony. >> disturbing details in a domestic violence case against nfl legend to frank gore. the allegation itself is a very ugly, aggressive, an act of domestic violence. according to court documents from new jersey. >> the incident happened july 31st between gore and a 28
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year-old woman at an atlantic city hotel. according to the complaint, gore forcibly gripped the woman by her hair before violently dragging her naked along the hallway floor. police came to the hotel lobby at 08:00am but did not make an arrest because the woman did not show signs of injury. but days later charged the 39 year-old football star with simple assault legal analyst stephen clark explains why the da was looking at is the fact that there was no visible injury. >> and it's also possible they looked at his lack of any prior criminal history and other factors that led them to file. this is a misdemeanor as opposed to a felony. the former forty-niners star is considered one of the greatest nfl running backs of all time. >> this assault charge could be a game-changer for his reputation. the legacy of frank gore here in the bay area and across the country >> is is really damaged by these allegations. and i think
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that's what has everyone so shocked. he's he's someone that is in the bay area, a hero. and it's always sad when you see an allegation like about someone who is so revered. >> frank gore has not commented on this case if convicted. he's looking at up to 6 months in jail. his next court date is in september. and as of now, he is still set to be inducted into the san francisco forty-niners hall of fame this season in the newsroom. i'm justine waldman. kron. 4 news. a woman protesting the right to an abortion says the paramedics a dated her against her will at a warriors game. >> and now she's suing the city of san francisco curry. mcknight says it happened. well, warriors fans were gathered at chase center for game 5 of the nba finals. you can see that's midnight being dragged away by security. according to make night, she and a friend were being removed after trying to walk on to the main floor. the court to protest the overturning of roe v wade. she claims a police officer
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threatened to have her injected with a sedative and that a paramedic injected her while she was strapped to a gurney. >> because you don't know what they just injected us. i've never no one really probably never had that experience where somebody would come up to you against your will and inject you it. it's absolutely horrific. >> mcknight is filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city of san francisco as well as the san francisco police and fire departments. the city attorney's office released a statement today about the incident saying, quote, we have yet to be served with the lawsuit. we will review it once we are served in, respond appropriately. >> east bay congressman eric swalwell says he got an alarming threat on his life. he posted a voicemail to twitter account saying that a violent rhetoric against lawmakers, law enforcement continues. somebody is going to get killed. kron four's amanda hari spoke with a political analyst and has the audio of that voice mail. what
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you are about to hear is disturbing. >> falwell to work with people. but his wife's head off to kids as off. i don't give up. >> that statement was repeated over and over again during a voicemail left for former presidential candidate and congressman eric swalwell who represents part of alameda and contra costa counties. he tweeted out saying, quote, listen to this death threat against my children since the fbi search of mar-a-lago, trump, mccarthy and mag of republicans are stoking violent rhetoric against lawmakers and law enforcement. someone is going to get killed. everybody believing your. >> it's been a real live. it work with. somebody needs to. >> you democrat your way. >> small well also received this separate message, calling him a traitor and a spy for china, threatening that he should be hung. this is this kind of behavior. is. >> is unfortunately out there. and it's it's anti democratic.
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it's it's anti american. but unfortunately, you know, it's it's encouraged by our former president michael yaki is a political analyst attorney and serves on the u.s. commission on civil rights. >> he says they're seeing more of these types of violent intimidation. we've seen a huge uptick in hate crimes groups over the past 10 years. jackie believes it started after president obama was elected and then grew into a more common occurrence under president trump. the anonymous caller that left a message for representative swalwell vocalized his support for trump near the end of the call trump 2020 fall. >> trump 20 points off of the gop rules. jackie, things trump could stop this type of behavior. trump has the ability. >> to tone down the rhetoric, ability to speak to these people and say, you know, this isn't part of what the america that we all signed up for, but he doesn't do it. he encourages it. he revels in it. he actually is energized
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by it by the state run. jackie was also on the san francisco board of supervisors and was an advisor to nancy pelosi. he says during that period he received death threats to and can sympathize with how small well may feel. there's a pit in your stomach. you worry first. you worry about your loved ones? >> and in the case of carson swallowing their threatening his wife and children, that that's just i mean, that's just cowardly. that's just sick. yockey says in these situations, authorities are notified and the person being threatened will receive extra security and protection amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> governor newsom is nominating patricia guerrero as the next chief justice of the california supreme court. has been on the since march in is its first latina member. the nomination must first be confirmed by the commission on judicial appointments and then by voters in november guerrero will replace chief justice tani cut hill said cowie who will step down. what's her
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term ends in january. >> san francisco district attorney brooke jenkins was reportedly paid $100,000 by a nonprofit linked to the recall of former dhs, including according to the chronicle newly-filed city records show jenkins received the money from the group, neighbors for a better san francisco, which was founded by a conservative venture capitalist who bankrolled the judean recall campaign during the recall, jenkins claimed her work on the campaign was as a volunteer. the six-figure payment was not disclosed until a statement of economic interest was filed with the city. the news broke just a day after jenkins announced she will run for the d a position in the upcoming election. we've reached out to the da's office but so far have not heard back. >> east bay now warning of harmful algae blooming in lake merritt. certain types can actually cause health issues. reports humans and pat as kron four's gayle ong reports for us tonight. a similar algae
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has been spotted along the oakland estuary and then other nearby communities. >> the alameda county department of public health is keeping an eye on the waters along the oakland and alameda estuaries. the city of oakland is warning people of harmful algae bloom at lake merritt over the weekend. oakland public works received the report of brownish, red water near the 1200 to 1400 blocks of lakeshore avenue assigned a toxin could be present back in may. it was determined that low levels of the contaminant. we're in the area harmful algae blooms can produce toxins that are dangerous to humans and animals and cause health issues like a rash and eye irritation. on wednesday, brown water could be seen in alameda. this woman walking her pet says she is not worried about the conditions. i'm not swimming. just another crisis. harmful algal bloom is generally form by bacteria that multiply as the water gets warmer. public works. staff is requesting property owners around lake merritt to avoid over irrigating their lawns to prevent excess nutrients from entering the
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waterways. the city food and food containers littered into the lake can contribute to harmful algal bloom. >> and public works says they will continue testing the waters and will provide appropriate warnings to the public reporting from alameda gayle ong kron. 4 news. i weather time. >> as we get a look at our 4 zone forecast, this is downtown san francisco and the bay and beyond this beautiful nighttime for chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with a look ahead to what we can expect tomorrow morning larks. yeah, it looks like we're going to see more sunshine and warmer temperatures on the way. in fact. >> long-range start look a little bit on. the hot side is looks like return of some desert heat in the bay area for tonight. still muggy outside in spots. we've got higher humidity levels. we've had that southerly component. the pretty much all week long out there right now. you've got mostly clear skies out over the bay. we do have a couple patches of fog trying to form along the coastline, but not much over san francisco. looking good. you've got clear skies right now. just a bit of a sea breeze out there as well. but
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otherwise skies staying clear. all right. we've had that low pressure center off the coastline, spinning bringing that southerly flow. now it's moved further north. now off the coast of washington and oregon. so, yeah, things will start to shift gears for us a little bit. but the monsoon continues. it just move a little further to the east today. in fact, the battle really getting pounded by some heavy storms. you see all those lightning strikes even now just to the east of reno and continue to see some very heavy rainfall across much the states. there's we're going to see a very heavy rain all the way in las vegas area watching for the possibility of some flooding there. some flash flooding continuing until a 12 o'clock on thursday. and so they're not the only ones. we've had some heavy rainfall in nye county. they're just the north, the area and raya and shaded in red flash flood warning in effect there. see they're seeing flooding right now or they're going to very soon. we've seen some of the thunderstorms producing over an inch and a half a brain. they're so taking a back out in the bay area. we're done with the monsoon least for now. some patchy fog forming along the coastline this
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morning. but gone by the afternoon, the sea still kicking around around the bay area just a bit. we've had some gusts over 30 miles per hour today, but they've started to back off a little bit, but still breezy out there. overall, though, here's the trend that low pressure center continues to lift to the north. high pressure begins to build its way out of the 4 corner states back in the bay area. and that is going to start crank up the temperatures just slowly at first as we head through the weekend. but day after day, those numbers are really going to start to come up getting hot. many of the interior valleys, air quality, looking very good. all in green, all around the bay area right now, likely to stay that way again for tomorrow. as it looks like we've got enough of the sea breeze to keep our air quality moving along. pretty good. you've got a good air quality in the north bay, the coast, the east bay and the south bay temperatures. how about that? the numbers going to start to get hot inland. you're in the 90's tomorrow in places like concord in possibly lot more to 70's navies around the bay warm 60's co side starting out some fog in the morning giving way to sunshine, though, out toward the beaches next couple days. the temperatures do
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start to warm up as we get the weekend. well, as we look toward next week, we could be talking about triple digit heat by next wednesday. thanks. lourdes monkeypox cases are quickly rising in contra costa county. the first confirmed case of monkeypox is reported a month ago. >> by august first, that number had slowly increase to 4 cases. but as of now costa health services say they are. 31 confirmed cases and the county and 13 more suspected cases and much like the rest of the bay area. the demand for a vaccine is higher than the available supply contra costa county's public health director says the county is receiving 10 times fewer vaccine doses for monkeypox from the state compared to san francisco and 3 times fewer than alameda county, the population and confirmed cases for both of those counties, sir, higher than contra costa. but public health officials say they are committed to cooperation when it comes to slowing the spread.
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>> we along with many other bay area counties are vaccinating people as long as they meet the high priority group. they don't have to be a resident pocket cost the county. so we urging committee members if they're eligible the tri multiple that says their chance of being vaccinated time. >> the county intends to make online vaccination appointments available later this month. but for now, it is in the process of notifying people at high risk to book an appointment. >> a federal judge just ruled today that walgreens can be held responsible for contributing to san francisco's opioid epidemic. it's a big ruling and it's a decision which could lead to a huge financial settlement for the city kron four's ella sogomonian joins us now with details. ella walgreens. >> yeah, it's a huge pharmacy chain and the judge referred to what he called walgreens 15 year failure saying that that chain gave out highly addictive drugs without proper oversight ruling that
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walgreens did nothing about identifying or reporting suspicious orders, which is required by law between 2006 2020, the pharmacy distributed more than 100 million prescription opioid pills in san francisco alone. the judge said that opioid conditions have overwhelm city hospitals and data shows that between 2015 2020, there was a 478% spike in opioid related deaths. city attorney david chiu says that walgreens continually ignored what it was supposed to do. >> as san francisco's largest prescriber, prescription rates. walgreens did not flag suspicious do not get their pharmacist time to due diligence, pharmacists, for pressure to fill phil phil. and as a result, well, flood are over us. we have seen how this heartbreaking epidemic
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has played out on our city streets, costing our city millions millions of dollars to >> there's going to be a separate trial later to determine just how much money walgreens will have to pay the city of san francisco. the company says that it's disappointed at the decision and it intends to appeal to opioid maker settled their lawsuit with the city just last month. grant and vicki. >> thank you. ella bay area leaders are calling on governor newsom to sign a bill that would open sites for drug use across california, including 2 cities right here in the bay area. s p 57 would allow safe injection drug sites to open up in san francisco. oakland and los angeles. critics see the sights as the wrong answer to harm the drugs recon users in communities. but supporters say that the sites are humane, realistic responses, too. the deadliest drug crisis in u.s. history right now, san francisco is on pace to lose 600 people this year to
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overdoses. leaders believe that the site will not only help drug users themselves but their communities as well. >> highland hospital are public hospital in oakland sees at least a person a day with an injection related infection or other life-threatening harm. second, we know these sites improve neighborhoods. they prevent our children from seen drug use on our streets in our parks. >> leaders supporting this bill also say the sites have a proven track record of getting users into tyeatment as well. the bill is waiting to be signed by governor newsom. he has not signaled whether or not he's going sign it. >> last call could be coming later. a bill going through. the state legislature is calling for bars and some areas of the state to extend their hours if signed into law, the bill would allow last call bar hours to extend from
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02:00am now all the way to 04:00am. this would be tested as pilot program in select cities, including oakland and san francisco. supporters say the bill will help struggling bars recover from the pandemic. but opponents argue would lead to more drunk drivers and dangerous streets if signed into law, the bill would not take effect until 2025. >> coming up at 9, the ambitious new plan to bring wind power to millions of californians. and police are hoping new surveillance images will help them locate a missing teenager. the latest on the search for sixteen-year-old kiley after the break. you may already seen these things around that they're about to be a lot more common payment technology that will soon be expanding here in the bay. despite privacy concerns.
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for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty.
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prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness. vote yes on 27.
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>> today, california said highly ambitious new targets for offshore wind power development in a unanimous vote. the california energy commission set a goal to power. 25 million homes by 2050. they're hoping for 3 to 5,000 megawatts of offshore wind power by 2030, wrapping up to 25,000 by 2045. the turbines off the coast would
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have to be floating turbines and emerging technology due to the depth of the ocean. >> amazon's one palm scanner payment technology is on its way to 65 whole foods stores here in california, including the bay area. the rollout is happening over several weeks, starting with locations in southern california. it is the war just to ramp up of the new technology so far it works by linking a customer's credit card to their unique home signature. amazon has said that the palm signatures would be encrypted and stored in amazon's cloud that has prompted some concerns among people and lawmakers about the technology's unique security risks. >> well, president donald trump in new york today for a sworn deposition in a civil case against him. what he did that he himself has previously attributed to the mob and guilty people. plus a month into the new 9, 8, 8 suicide
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and crisis hotline. how the service is working here in the bay area. >> and the ways it's looking to expand. and it's happened again. shark attack off lovers point beach in pacific grove. more on the man and his dog too managed survive this close encounter. keep it here. kron. 4 news
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>> there was another shark attack at lovers point beach
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in monterey this morning. the beach is shut down now for the next 48 hours. you are the 2 months ago, a great flight, you may recall attacked a swimmer there and it can force a sting. campbell reports now this time it was a close call for a paddle boarder and his dog. a local guy was out on his stand-up paddleboard with his dog when all of a sudden a shark attack them. you are looking at bite marks left by a shark. it managed to tear through the installation of a 12 foot paddleboard. well, it's a large shark and the only species that are in our waters that are large enough to create a bite like that are usually white sharks. >> or the great way. pacific grove police say the shark swam underneath the board then turned around and took a chunk out of the front end of the board, knocking the man and his dog into the water. thankfully, the man on the board alongside his dog got away and back to shore on harmed so many cases we think that church might occasionally bite people, whether they're
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swimming or or on a paddle boarder surfboard because they mistake them is pray. in addition to looking for food. doctor chris lowe with the shark lab at cal state long beach says the shark could have also felt threatened less than 2 months ago. another man was attacked by a shark in the same area. but was it the same likely that you have a big shark spending that much time in a place like that without a lot of food around. so it it's unlikely that it's the same shark doctor low will work with the state to examine the bite marks to determine what type of shark bit the paddle board reporting in lovers point justin campbell kron, 4 news. >> that's one of the that is a tornado. >> ktla capturing this aerial video of what they call a fire tornado. the develop shortly after 5 o'clock this afternoon. just a remarkable sight that can happen when extreme heat is coupled with
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turbulent winds, the sand fire as they're calling it has burned at least 150 acres. now it has forced the closure of highway one. 38 in gorman just south of the grapevine. more than 200 fire personnel are battling the fire and are reportedly making good progress tonight. no structures are threatened. no evacuations. it was 60% contained as of the last report. wow, that's quite a phenomenon. the placer county sheriff's office releasing a new surveillance photograph tonight. >> of the missing teenager last seen at a tricky campground. the picture shows 16 year-old kylie, rodney, just after 6 on friday night at a local business, she's seen wearing a black top of green pants. black vans, sneakers. fbi has now joined in on the search efforts. investigators are working through hundreds of tips that they've received so far. they continue looking for kylie's car 2013 silver honda crv. you have any information you're being asked to call the placer county sheriff's office.
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>> the east bay at clayton middle school student died following a medical emergency during a football practice at clayton valley. charter sky high school. according to local officials, braden fay, he suffered a medical emergency around 7.30, sunday night. he was rushed to a hospital where he died 2 days later, he was set to begin school at diablo view middle school this month. his schools hoping to honor him through the school year. a go fund me page. you see it here is also been set up for his family to raise money for his funeral and other expenses. the state's attorney general is now getting involved with an affordable housing dispute in the east bay. rob bonta throwing his support behind the city of livermore as plan to build low-income housing downtown. but some neighborhood groups have been trying to keep it from happening. kron four's dan thorn has the story. >> this would soon be the site of 130 unit, low-income housing complex. if everyone in downtown livermore was on board over the last year, the
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4 story proposed project on south l street and railroad avenue has hit some legal speed bumps organizations like save livermore downtown and move even housing or against the project's location. raising concerns about parking traffic congestion and an overall degradation of downtown. the groups have called for an environmental review of the housing plan. but city leaders now joined by attorney general rob bonta want that process sped up or dismissed bonta weighing in on the battle says while the state is facing a major housing shortage, this continuing litigation is just dragging things out and that, quote, save livermore downtown has jeopardized the project's financing and potentially put the entire viability of the project at risk. livermore's mayor telling kron 4 news. i believe it's unconscionable for a wealthy elitist and her small group of close associates to use frivolous lawsuits to block much-needed affordable workforce housing opponents of the project of
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also filed a lawsuit against the city in an effort to have the plan go before voters in the fall. they would rather the complex be built somewhere else and that this land would instead be turned into a community green space. some city leaders say the lawsuits are a waste of time and ultimately wasting taxpayer dollars. bonta says it's critical for the project to move forward. reporting in livermore, dan thorn kron, 4 news, the 9.88 suicide and crisis lifeline has been running nationwide. now for about a month. and today. >> we're taking a closer look at the service center in san mateo county. the calls are answered by 20 staff members who work at star vista in san carlos. a nonprofit organization has been providing similar services services in the region for years. now, the center receives about 1200 calls per month. and earlier today, congresswoman jackie spear was there and she says that eventually the 9, 8, 8 will provide additional services for everyday life.
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>> over time, the vision for 9, 8, 8, is the have additional crisis services available in communities across the country. similar to the accessibility that we have come to expect from emergency medical services. >> now there is a bill moving through the state legislature which would give more money to expand 9, 8, 8, services. >> act up and leaving the bay would cause a small business owner to move across the country and consider taking his businesses with it. skies mostly clear around the bay area. now we've got some serious heat headed our way. we'll talk about that coming up next. giants look to take the rubber game of their series with the padres down in san diego. jason dumas, us. the highlights and tell us. >> if they're able to move up in the west.
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s non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness.
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vote yes on 27.
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>> kron 4 sports. >> welcome to kron. 4 sports. i'm jason dumas. so we're here live at the keys are pavilion for one of the final games of the pro. am. >> here in san francisco games going on right now wants us
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gone. anderson is playing a couple leave warriors. team players are in the game. so a fun night, a basketball. we're in the 4th quarter, but we also had a crazy day of baseball today. giants they played in a crazy game on tuesday night down in san diego, padres ultimately won that game. the giants looking to come back and win this series in the rubber mat. let's head down to petco park and as always, it was just a beautiful scene outside of the stadium. look at all of those boats. his plan now get this. the 3rd inning of this game took 45 minutes. bottom of that inning, it was tied at 4 trent grisham with the rbi single to right. josh bell scores to give san diego the league. but the giants retook that lead in the 6 joc peterson with a single to incomes, austin winds and just like that, it's 7, 6, giant, but there's always a but with the giants this season, the
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padres exploded for 7 runs in the their half of the 6. brandon drury with that three-run laser to left. padres, win it 13 to 7. they take the series. the padres scored 20 runs in the last 14 innings of the series against the giants. now let's head north about 7 hours. that's where a's were hosting the angels. this another rubber mat 6 ending of that series of that ending. no score. but the angels, they open it up. luis goes deep to give the angels a 3 o nothing lead. let's go to the bottom of the 7th now. bases loaded for tony camped and he hits one to the gap in right center. that will clear the bases. and just like that, we're tied. check out the end of his play camp is called out at 3rd and that would eventually end the inning. now let's go to the top of the 12 were in extras. magen norris
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sierra rips a shot down the right field line. >> former giants steven duggar comes into score the go ahead run. that would do it. the a's ball by the floor in extras. >> now today was the last full practice before the niners preseason game on friday. we'll have a walk through tomorrow before hosting the green bay packers. the san francisco forty-niners defense has been the talk of training camp. they've been impressive, but they're tired of hitting each other. defensive coordinator demeco ryans says it's time for them to take the next step. they want to hit someone wearing a >> is the perfect time? everybody is kind of at that point in camp where you kind of tired of going against the same guy. all right. same offense, a scheme. so it's a really great opportunity for for those guys to go out to sea. can a truly on the fundamentals and techniques
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that we've been coaching these guys and president is stressing these guys over there technique and fundamentals. now, can they go and take it again? it's all right. another receiver, another style offense go out and perform and do the things that they've been coached to do. so i'm excited to see those guys is take hold of that and go compete at a high level on friday. >> want escano anderson's team in trouble here at the pro and they're down by 11, like i said, it's a fun people get to come and see mba level players for free. it's all for the basketball community here in bay area. competitive but fun was talking to one earlier. he does love supporting leagues like this around the neighborhood grew up in so one night here at keys are pavilion. this is the 42nd year. s at pro am. but look, that's all we have for sports. we'll be right back
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large out-of-state corporations have set their sights on california. they've written prop 27, to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless. but read prop 27's fine print. 90% of profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless. no real jobs are created here. but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever. these out-of-state corporations don't care about california. but we do. stand with us.
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>> laundromat business owner has moved his whole family out of the bay area and he says his businesses may soon follow why he says just too much crime proffer says made as their video proof. >> they have stolen truck. they back through. right through the front of the longer after they are gone after the atm you hear reports that some folks are thinking about leaving the bay area.
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>> you can count laundromat owner derek toms. among those that actually made the move. you're looking at surveillance videos up some of the reasons why. >> it's just crime you know that it has since the beginning of the year. he says all of his family own laundry mats have been targeted by burglars in oakland, san leandro, hayward, alameda. and here in berkeley where this video was recorded. well, the birthday, what i saw recently, in fact, he says last friday, saturday and sunday, his lake merritt laundromat was targeted by the 3 days in a >> the tom's family has been in the laundromat business in the east bay for 45 years. derek toms personally got into the business close to 6 years ago. he says he's never seen anything like this, right? i mean, i mean, any year 6 right now, the first 5 years. >> there's nothing. he says the oakland police department
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having their hands full responding to violent crimes makes reporting what's happening to his business is virtually impossible. nobody ever contact me not being able to take it anymore. he says this past june, he moved his entire family out of the bay area. some to hawaii. the vast majority to alabama. so is the grass greener for this businessman, a lifelong bay area resident of 40 years as happy because >> i'm happy i'm happy about. it's been bought. >> haaziq kron. 4 news. >> former president trump has refused to answer questions today under oath about his business dealings as part of an investigation in new york state. there's video of him walking outside the office of new york attorney general letitia james. she is looking at allegations that the trump organization lied about the value of assets like skyscrapers and golf courses in order to get bigger loans
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and pay lower taxes. trump says on the advice of his lawyers, he's refusing to answer questions, asserting his constitutional right not to incriminate himself. >> president biden signed a law today expanding health care benefits to veterans exposed to toxic burn pits during their service. burn pits were commovly used to burn trash hazardous materials and chemical compounds at military sites in iraq and afghanistan until about 2010, the bill is named after sergeant first class heath robinson who died of lung cancer in 2020 after repeated exposure to burn pit his young daughter introduce the president today at the signing. >> when they came home, many of the fittest and best warriors that we sent to war. we're not the same. headaches. no dizziness, cancer. my son beau was one of them. >> this bill is personal for the president. he believes
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that burn pits contributed to his son. beau's fatal brain cancer. >> a spectacle in the sky tomorrow night. supermoons showers and saturday. the sturgeon super moon will be visible tomorrow night. the moon will be closest to earth in its orbit making it appear about 7% bigger than usual. there's a supermoon will be the last of the year. if you look closely, you may even be able to see saturday in the sky. it will be visible. they say around 06:36pm. sturgeon moon sounds fishy. >> like that. yeah. but it's going to be a beautiful sight. i mean, it is going to be something else to see if the weather's good workout, just try to not have a lot of cloud cover in the way. so if you want to get outside and check it out, the temperatures going to stay warm and this is going to be at this. the last one of the year. you're not going to more super until august of next year, too. so get outside and enjoy. it should be a beautiful sight. rising up over the bay area. the
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moonrise time moving on up and there you go. and also likely see saturn up above to us. nice skies. nice and clear. if you have a little telescope, you'll be able to see the rings likely around saturn as well. all right. out there right now, we've got mostly clear skies, a couple patches of fog trying to form along the coastline. temperatures still very comfortable outside. 69 in san jose right now it is 66 in fremont. 67 in hayward. we've got 60's along the coastline. again, the dew points staying high, even in the 60's along the coastal sections that keeping those temperatures up, given that muggy, feel to it. still, 72 degrees in saline up. well, we've had that southerly flow. this what's been contributing the muggy conditions? you see that this area low pressure, the north now has moved for off the coastline of oregon and also in washington. but that southerly flow continues, even though it's going to start to back off a little bit as that low kind of merges to our north with another low. looks that southerly flow continuing over the bay area, at least for tonight. and then things are going to begin to change. so we are going to see a couple patches of fog
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overnight tonight, but it is going to be rather broken the kind of a thin, larry see kind of a special effect on the models here. that's giving you idea. this could be a thin layer of fog outside. and i think sunshine along the coastline in the afternoon. and then some fog return again by tomorrow night. in the meantime, though, tonight, yeah, you're still talking 50's and 60's outside. so a little bit warmer than the average for overnight lows. little uncomfortable to sleep in. but otherwise by day looking good, 70 downtown san francisco. 67 in daly city, 65 degrees in half moon bay, about 68 in millbrae. 69 in burlingame, 71 in foster city, 70 in san mateo, the south bay enjoying lots of 70's and 80's warm weather tomorrow afternoon. inland low starts. get a little hot. we're talking 90's beginning to show up in places like livermore. this just the much warmer weather headed our way. maybe a little heat wave breaking out as we get into next week in former aga about 90 in walnut creek. 87 in danville, about 86 in pittsburgh, 90 in antioch, back toward the coastline. these temperatures pretty comfortable in the
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60's. patchy fog in the morning. sunshine the middleo of the day in the afternoon. then overnight now far will likely make return tomorrow night and in the following days, still, the temperatures are going to be something else the next couple days. we slowly warm things up. then as we get into tuesday and wednesday of next week, here we go. bring on the triple digits coming our way. yeah. heatwave ronan town warm up the coast too. you should be nice atuthe coast, but nothing like that. i mean, the valleys up triple digits that this along the coastline, you know, everybody is going to hit the road thank it. >> they're coming and than you might think how soon you might be able to catch up. ride in a flying taxi.
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for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund
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permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness. vote yes on 27. >> a you know, their lines may be getting into the air. taxi business. sorry. if that hurt your the airline is given a 10 million dollar deposit to archer aviation for 100 electric air taxis with vertical takeoff and landing capabilities. look at those picks. the deals worth around a billion dollars with an option to buy an additional 500 million dollars worth of aircraft. archer aviation is still in the design process, but it's hoping to launch as early as 2024. once up and running. they say the craft could transport up to 4 people
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as far as 60 miles at speeds of up to 150 miles per looks like a giant drone does not a mystery. thousands of miles gilroy police foundation says it a golden retriever was found roaming around the streets of >> a small village in germany. they posted these pictures on facebook. it shows a dog tag with the words gilroy, california. according to police, the dog and the owner have been reunited tonight. police at suspect that the family was in the u.s. military. so, you know, moral of the story license your dog. you never know where they might turn up. keep looking guy happy ending to a kron. 4 news at night. >> thanks for being with us this hour. that does it for us. but pam and ken are here with a look ahead. the kron, 4 news at 10 had to say such a good boy in german. >> haha. >> it was just a rhetorical. yeah. okay. you know, thank you very much. that syria liz
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vicki and grant thanks to both. coming up, duncan shane on. he always has an answer. she's been around. coming up next kron, 4 news at 10, the bay area awaiting a visit by vice president kamala harris. she is set to touch down tomorrow for a visit here to talk about reproductive health care. >> and a disturbing voice message left on eric swalwell's phone line threatening to kill him as family and other democrats, including the vice president. >> we'll tell you what he has to say about that. those stories and more coming up next.
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