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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news the though. it had been in the front for 2 months already. >> tonight at 9 more major water problems at a high-rise apartment complex in san francisco after the luxury apartment to 33 to hama street flooded again. it is the second time in just 2 months. thanks for joining us. i'm vicki liviakis. you know, this has been a mask. i'm catherine heenan. nobody has lived in the building since the first water main failure in june. now residents are worried about yet another roadblock to returning to their homes. kron four's taylor bisacky has the story. >> my life has been really disrupted because of kaylee jordan is in disbelief that her san francisco apartment at 33 to has flooded yet again.
residents at the building took this new video wednesday night as they relived the nightmare from june. 3rd, when the water main failure sent 20,000 gallons of water surging down. 35 floors of the high-rise apartments. building management company, heinz says this most recent incident happened at the same location of the original flooding that left the building uninhabitable last night at around 06:00pm. we got a notification that the >> building is no longer accessible for mail packages and they're letting people into just pretty much pack up and move jordan plan to move the rest of her belongings out of the damage departments on thursday. >> but he's been told no one is allowed back into the building due to this most recent flooding. she and 500 other residents have been living in hotels or short-term rentals for 2 months. i've been living at a to see cases is june 3rd. and they have able to go back into the building and get stuff. but it's not i don't have a significant place to stay right now. last month, hines told residents they would no longer provide housing reimbursements after august,
17th despite tenants not being able to react buy the building until late 2022. early 2023, it's now unclear if this second disaster will push back that timeline. rankles just nice resume. my life is like house doesn't have as much communication is possible and just give me some because i don't know what's going on, but a lot of it. everyone's like pretty much going. same kind says it's in the process of assessing the damage and it's unsure when residents can return to grab their belongings in san francisco, taylor bisacky kron. 4 news. >> the search is intensifying for the 16 year-old girl who disappeared from a campground near lake tahoe. this was a almost a week ago during a news conference today official shared this photo of 16 year-old kiely rodni. she is wearing several pieces of jewelry, including 3 gold colored necklaces. her family says she had been wearing those the night she disappeared. investigators are checking out tips along with cell phone video hoping for
any clues that could help retrace key. lisa last steps. but there is a lot of ground to cover. >> i think everybody realizes that the longer that goes on, the harder it is to keep people engaged and keep those things going because we don't have the right area to search to. we don't have a location to go to. >> the placer county sheriff's office is treating this disappearance as possible abduction, partly because her car. >> 2013 silver honda cr-v is also missing. achilles phone was last registered. it 12:33am. saturday morning. a $50,000 reward is being offered for information. >> stanford university is increased security measures tonight after a woman was raped on campus. police are still looking for the man responsible conference. justin campbell talked to students on campus today to see how they're feeling. >> this rape happened in broad daylight wednesday afternoon in students that we spoke to say they are now taking
precautions. so since they heard about that and walking around pepper spray, incoming freshman student trying to protect herself after stanford sent out an alert. >> tuesday afternoon that a woman near wilbur hole >> was grabbed, taken to a restroom and rate. i feel kind of concerned. megan, jerry, another incoming freshman, studying engineering, pull this why she is concerned. besh ali, as a female coming on campus. and i think rovers one of the freshman dorms, the other student now carrying pepper spray who didn't want to be identified. can't believe it happeced at stanford. it being like a suburb. it's like known to be like a safe and secure environment. but like after hearing that, that just like not the case, stanford says the perpetrator was 6 feet tall, thin build brown eyes and a faded beard. the victim also stated she has seen the person on campus before both students. we spoke to say their residential assistant or let them know there are resources available for
assault. had like this conversation with us, which i thought was really nice. we're still working to learn if the victim was a student. we reached out to the police department here at stanford multiple times, but we have not heard back as soon as we get that information. >> we'll give it to you reporting here at stanford. justin campbell kron. 4 news. >> the fbi apparently was looking for the classified documents related to nuclear weapons. among other things during that raid on donald trump's mar-a-lago residence this week. this is according to the washington post, which does not indicate whether any such documents were actually found. attorney general merrick garland said today that he personally approved the decision to seek a warrant for the search but didn't share any details. he did say the justice department has filed a request to unsealed the warrant from that search distrust and a concern about the direction the new san francisco district attorney is taking be office. an assistant da tells kron 4, brooke jenkins is driven by political
gain. and that's why she's calling it quits. kron four's dan thorn has the story. >> the san francisco district attorney's office is seeing its latest stafford leave under brooke jenkins short time as the boss, an assistant district attorney says she's quitting because jenkins is not the leader. the city needs, frankly. i think that they are. >> with a lot of it. student at hermes to take this for all the change and has created and the community >> concerns me lacks a greener who was hired by former progressive dha dean is also an advocate for criminal justice reform. she had been working in the white collar unit on ghost gun cases and was the offices. only environmental prosecutor graner says after 15 of her fellow staffers were fired just days after jenkins took over, she was then demoted. graner believes politics have taken over the office. i
concerned about the priorities of wrecking >> i believe that put her political agenda. the needs of our she says, of full disclosure of. >> triple graner is also taking cssue with reports saying jenkins was paid more than $100,000 to help recall chase of dean and did not disclose that payment until after she was appointed. graner says for now she'll be taking a break before working to get a different da in office. >> i will be actively campaigning so that our next district attorney is one that we can really trust. >> reporting in san francisco, dan thorn kron. 4 news this november's a special election for san francisco. da is currently set to be a 3 way contest. criminal defense attorney and former san francisco police commissioner john thomas aqui announced today that he is planning on running as a reform minded candidate to oppose jenkins.
former san francisco fire commissioner joe also solidified his intention to run today. 2 other candidates, maurice, shin, ye and austin hills have said they intend to run but have yet to officially begin their campaigns. >> the nation's top public health agency has relaxed its covid-19 guidelines dropping certain recommendations that we've become a custom too. kron. four's ellis said the money and is here with the latest on the cell. what what are we seeing? these changes now? well, vicki and catherine, one expert explains that this is really just the cdc meeting, people where they're already at. >> as we've seen many of ditch masks in certain situations. the centers for disease control prevention. explain that. it's dropping stricter recommendations because about 95% of americans, 16 and older have some level of immunity either from already being infected with covid-19 or because they got vaccinated. so moving forward, their guidance says that people no longer need to stay at least 6
feet apart and don't have to quarantine if they come into close contact with an infected person. the cdc also ended its recommendations on that students exposed to covid-19 should test regularly. stanford university infectious disease fellow doctor on explains that despite this relaxed approach, nothing has changed with the way that people can get sick with covid. so at this point, it's really up to each person on how they behave to avoid getting it. >> but the facts are the facts and the transmission of the virus is the same. so if they said that you don't need to be 6 feet apart. the fact is the closer you are to somebody that's in fact, chess. the better chance that they transmit. here's what i suspect is that people that have continued to mask and they may be doing that because they don't want to get sick time. and owner of people at home probably continue to do it. people that haven't been asking for a while anyways. they probably there will be no change to how they behave. >> he did go on to say that we are in a long search. so
things do get worse in the future. they might have to go back and re institute some of those public health measures live in the newsroom. ella sogomonian kron. 4 news. thank you all up. >> the ceo of moderna has shared an update on the development of future covid vaccines. the company hoping to roll out a single dose booster shot on an annual basis. it would cover not only the coronavirus but also other respiratory viruses, including the flu. moderna estimates it will take between 3 to 5 years to develop that new vaccine. now the big story we're following for you tonight. closing arguments were heard today in the case of scott peterson. >> his lawyers arguing that there was a juror misconduct. peterson was convicted in 2004 of the murder of his wife, lacy peterson and their unborn child. if the judge agrees there was juror misconduct, peterson will be granted a new trial for us. rob nesbitt has details of what happened inside the courtroom today.
today was scott peterson's last chance of convincing a judge to grant him a new murder trial. the focus being put on juror 7 and if she lied during jury selection. >> the convicted murderer said in orange while his lawyers argue that juror number 7, michelle nyce lied when answering 116 juror questionnaire. the defense saying nice wrongfully answered no to the questions of whether she had been involved in a lawsuit or she had been a victim of a crime. that, in fact, when she was pregnant. >> she had been assaulted and she was in fear for her baby's life leading into the nickname little man that they say nice gave to lindsey peterson's unborn child. connor, as well as the added to the juror had when deliberating with other jurors before she even sat down at the table when she was admitted to that jury room. according to juror at she said, let's get mister peterson for what he did to little man, judge and christine mizzou low made the point that the defense would have access to the juror questionnaire and could have followed up with nice about her answers 20 years ago. david harris for the prosecution argued that nice do would ensure is supposed to do during a high-profile
murder case. fears actual proof that she went back there. she did what she was instructed by the judge to do. >> and she reached a verdict here is is that nice may have had wrong answers on the questionnaire that are being wronged. does not make her a liar, arguing that instead mean she was filling out the 23 page questionnaire that she, quote did the best she could get jury summons in the mail. >> and she testified she put it up on a refrigerator. how did she know that that particular piece of paper was going to change your life in which it has in this particular case? peterson's sister-in-law, janey peterson spoke after the hearing saying the family is confident that a new trial will be granted convicted of murdering his wife and unborn son and richelle nice was a victim. >> domestic violence boss was pregnant and also a victim where she filed for a restraining order while pregnant. and that's information that should have been disposed of her juror questionnaire. >> this hearing that has lasted for 3 years ended today with closing arguments. the judge now has until december
to make her decision on if there was juror misconduct reporting in redwood city. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news and monkeypox coverage. more than 10,000 americans have now tested positive for monkeypox. the cdc reports every state except for wyoming has reported cases of the virus. the largest numbers are in new york, florida and right here in california there have been no deaths reported in the u.s. so far. a california health department just releasing the latest number of monkeypox cases. there are more than 1900 cases here in the state. la county has the most cases at a 776 san francisco follows a just behind with 5.39. alameda county has 112 cases of monkeypox. the ceo of the company that makes the only fda approved. monkeypox vaccine says that he is concerned about it. >> new strategy to split doses and change the way the vaccine is injected. in fact, is
warning the biden administration about the new approach saying he's concerned because of the limited safety information available. also, the fact that more people have had a negative reactions after being vaccinated. the new method split up the doses and uses one-fifth as much vaccine per shot. the u.s., of course, has been trying to conserve its limited supply. one bay area company is saying that its blood testing technology can help limit the spread of monkeypox kron four's gayle ong explains. >> with a single blood drive. test results for monkeypox can take 24 look for to ceo of terri is a blood diagnostic company located in redwood city says the process is faster than the traditional way to test for monkeypox. you actually have to wait till someone has skin lesions. >> you bring them into a clinic, you have to get flew in from the lesion and then you have to test that fluid on a machine for dad's blood testing is more safe for health care workers, draining
of a blister fluid from an active infection can pose a significant health risk. and so we have an opportunity just by taking a sample of blood remain a present, that same kind of risk. as of thursday. the cdc reports more than 10,000 americans have tested positive for monkeypox. san francisco has more than 500 confirmed cases and limited county has reported 112 cases. the disease mostly spread skin to skin contact. health experts say demand for the monkeypox vaccine is far exceeding supply. that's why ford says blood testing can help limit the spread as we're testing people when they're pretty late in the disease. so if we want to stop this before, it is transmitted to others. if we want to reduce the risk for health care workers. >> we're going to need to act much more rapidly think areas but test contest over 1600 kinds of infections. >> this test is available at bay area hospitals, including kaiser permanente. the hope is to expand to the public sector. gayle ong kron. 4 news.
>> happening now, mountain view. police are looking for 3 french bulldog puppies stolen from their home. this happened on the 800 block of el camino. real to the little dogs were taken from the backyard. the 3rd one was stolen from inside the home after somebody broke in. if you happen to have any information you're being asked to get in touch with view. police. happening tonight, sky watchers are getting ready for one of the biggest meteor showers of the year or the pursuit to expected to peak about 3 hours before. >> dawn tomorrow and again, saturday. this light show characterized by lots of fireballs leaving long streaks as theyhburn up entering the earth's atmosphere under ideal viewing conditions. people can see 50 to 100 bright colorful meteors. an hour. but the second astronomical treat could put a damper on the viewing the light from tonight's supermoon could wash out some of those streaks.
>> now for a look at the forecast, taking a live look at the osprey cam and richmond and we're talking about that moon at a beautiful shot. so that's where the ospreys, i enow. focus on the moon. i guess we'll be back. so the meteor showers, a lot of wishes to be granted. they're right. well, yeah. if you get per hour, they searched a up all night and you're going to do pretty well for the other person. meteor showers kicking off tonight. kind of a shame, though. we've got the supermoon on that exact same night. so you've some of that light pollution from the moon that will be showing up above. but >> yeah, if you want to check out the person you want to look toward the northeastern look toward the constellation perseus and yeah, certainly we could see maybe 40 meteors per hour. if you're lucky. but boy, it's got to be optimal conditions outside. of course, we're dealing with some fog out there and some patchy fog will factor in the forecast. ashley coast side and just inside the bay. how about that? super moon rising up above the bay area. now? yep. the moon rises 8.30 this
evening and there you go. watch just up to the left hand side. you'll notice another bright what looks like a star. but that's actually going to be saturn up their shine and up above. if you've got a little telescope, you can actually see the rings of saturn to if you want to check that out. so neat site up out there right now. you're looking good over san francisco. we've got clear skies right now. if you want to check things out, a walk outside and take a look at the moon and looking gorgeous out to the breeze is blowing, though, on really not bad as you've got some pretty comfortable conditions around the bayrarea right now. a lot of 60's even inside the bay mid-sixties in redwood city. 66 in san jose, almost 70 degrees still in concord. so very nice temperatures all around the bay area. cool off. now in petaluma 59. but well, if you want to head outside, this is a good night to do it. temperatures today running a little bit above the average in spots you at 68 degrees in san francisco. 74 in oakland, just slightly below the average there in san jose. 84 in livermore, 87 degrees in concord. in 87 in santa rosa. but kind of interesting now that low that's been spinning off the coastline that has
moved all the way up to the north now that will soon merge with another storm system move into the gulf of alaska. in the meantime, the monsoon as kick a little further these for the day. they've very strong storms out there watching for more flash flooding. but the fog that was along the coastline this morning, most that broke up in the afternoon. in fact, lots of sunshine in the afternoon. now that started reform once again and with a healthy sea breeze that's going to be pushing back on shore into the bay. so expect overnight tonight we're going to see some low clouds and fog early on tomorrow morning. but the general trend, though, now is that big dome of high pressure going to start to build in. that's going help lift that low further to the north before. you these temperatures warming up each day now as we get the weekend started get hot spots inland. some 90's in the valleys tomorrow, you're going to see that to a likely to see a couple low 90's popping up inland temperatures inside the bay 70's names and 60's coast side. but as we look at the long-range forecast now, things really begin to change warming up right through the weekend. and by next week we're getting hot. we're talking heat wave as we head in toward next tuesday and wednesday. triple digits becoming likely. thank
you, lawrence. gas prices continue to look an awful lot better. gasoline prices going down across california. today's statewide average. >> according to triple a $5 and $0.38. that's down $0.15 from last week, down $0.70 from a month ago. but of course, prices in california are still well above the rest of the country. they always are the national average dropped below $4 today. the statewide average is about a $1.40 higher. house lawmakers are expected to cross the finish line on the inflation reduction act tomorrow. the massive bill is expected to pass the house without any republican support. >> it provides 400 billion dollars to fight climate change, including tax credits for buying electric cars and money to help power plants of lower emissions. the bill also allows medicare to negotiate prescription drug prices for the first time and extends health insurance subsidies. it
will be paid a mostly creating a 15% corporate tax on companies making at least a billion dollars a year. president biden says that he plans to sign that bill into law when it gets to his desk. >> coming up, former raider marshawn lynch facing dui charges in las vegas. what the oakland native admitted to pile on camera during his arrest and later on dine and dish. we're going to take a trip up the coast for some of the best seafood around at a restaurant that's been around 3 quarters of a century. and after the break, how local firefighters are helping their brother in on the other side of the world in ukraine.
>> today in the south bay, firefighters loaded up in a fire equipment to fill a 40 foot sea container to be sent to frontline firefighters in ukraine. this was at the komodo fire systems warehouse in morgan hill. it was the result of a monthslong effort to gather used equipment still in good condition. the container is filled with vital supplies for ukrainian firefighters dealing with rescues, recoveries and fighting fires and bombed out urban centers.
>> firefighters are the guys going in and arresting people that i was going and putting out fires and really doing the hard work of. i'm saving the lives of all the civilians who are constantly being so, you know, for us to get them tools to do their job more effectively because there already and are you know, it's it's great to be able to help. those guys are doing some of the hardest work during the war. >> the equipment will make its next stop in poland before reaching its final destination in ukraine. >> nba legend bill russell is number 6 jersey. it's being retired across the nba, which is a first for the league, the nba and the national basketball players association announced today that the number worn by the oakland native and coach was being permanently retired by all 30 teams, players who currently where number 6, including the los angeles lakers, lebron james may continue to wear that number. but the number can not be issued again,
russell leaves behind a huge imprint on the court and the world as a civil rights activist who grew up right here and won multiple state titles and mcclymonds high school in oakland and from there, he went on to the university of san francisco where he led the dons to 2 ncaa championships. the schools only championships. he went on to play for the boston celtics winning 11 nba championships. still to come and dine as shooting at an east bay. jim leaves one person dead. 3 other people injured. what officials say led to that daily deadly incident. >> and the san jose police union raising the alarm about chronic under staffing in the department by the city says they're doing all they can to stay at full strength. and the vice president made a trip to the bay area today what kamala harris had to say about abortion rights while in san francisco. vice president
kamala harris is praising california leaders for protecting abortion rights and slamming leaders of other states for doing the opposite. yes, you made those comments at san francisco's fairmont hotel this afternoon during a meeting with state leaders. >> our kron four's dan kerman was there. >> but we have seen around the country. are extremist so-called leaders who are passing designed to
criminalize health care providers and punish women. laws that are being passed. but make no exception for rape or incest. vice president kamala harris attacked leaders of states across the nation. >> banned abortion altogether while meeting with california leaders in san francisco thursday. the idea that states would be passing laws. that would take from an individual their right to self-determination after they have endured such an atrocious act of violence. >> is unconscionable. >> leaders of planned parenthood toll harris out of state patients are already flooding their clinics as a result of those bans. >> one of our affiliates reported a 75% increase in the number of out of state patients and others have reported that over 20% of their abortion care is now provided 2 patients traveling
to california for care. california state senate president pro tem toni atkins told harris the legislature is moving 13 bills to increase, expand and protect abortion access. >> culminating in a constitutional amendment that's been put on the november ballot. we won't give up this fight. >> women's lives are on the lawn. we know that you, madam vice president and the president won't give up either. harris praised california leaders and told them to continue their work to protect abortion rights. >> here we have leaders who understand. the importance. of the principles upon which our nation was founded. which are the principle of and liberty. the vice president's visit to the bay area continues friday with a visit to oakland at the fairmont san francisco. dan kerman kron. 4 news. >> one man was killed. 3 others injured after an argument outside a 24 hour. fitness in brentwood, the
altercation started on the basketball court inside the gym before spilling out into the parking lot. about 2 o'clock in the morning. police say that the man who died was in his 20's, 3 others, including a 17 year-old boy, drove themselves to hospitals for treatment and they are expected to survive. police have detained 2 men in connection with the case. >> i would expect nothing like that to happen at this particular point, bar fitness. but, you know, stuff like a calm and so i don't fight about baskstball. and i love the game too much. you quiet the whole time. even from quiet because i i know people like to get rowdy. >> cool with that. >> it is the city's second homicide of the year. the gym remains closed this evening. the san jose police officers union says it expects a mass exodus of officers over the next few years. their
information shows more than 200 officers are planning to resign. 150 of them within about 3 years. >> union leaders say the city has ignored chronic staffing problems. san jose has roughly 1100 police officers. that's compared to san francisco, which has more than 2100 to serve a smaller area and a smaller population. santa clara county supervisor and mayoral candidate cindy chavez is blaming current mayor sam liccardo. she released a statement saying in part because of the mayor's failure to address the staffing shortage. hundreds of officers plan to resign in the next few years. increasing the severity of the shortage because of this underinvestment response times are consistently lagging even for the most serious crimes, including rape, assault and armed robbery. san jose officials say that they have been trying that since 2021. they've hired 208 officers and their vacancy rate is under 3%.
>> actress and hayes suffered a catastrophic brain injury after crashing into a southern california home this weekend. according to a representative tonight, she's not expected to survive and plans for organ donation are already underway. la pd had placed haitian under investigation for fellow. we felony dui. tmz reporting the 53 year-old was under the influence of cocaine and possibly fentanyl at the time of the crash. and there are new details in the recent dui arrest of former raider and oakland native marshawn lynch. police say that he was asleep behind the wheel before he was arrested. and tonight there's new body camera video showing the arrest. police say that he began speaking of the officers and then fell back asleep several times. police say that the car he was driving had significant damage with no rim or tire on the front driver's side wheel. and with the rear driver's side wheel about to fall off, police say that
lynch told officers he was not drinking and does not do drugs but says he stole the car. >> i not be >> want to get on your stomach over. and by no more games today. >> lynch is facing charges of dui driving an unregistered vehicle and failure to drive in a travel lane. he's due in court on december 7th. russia has confirmed it is negotiating a deal to release wnba star brittney griner and another jailed american former marine paul whelan. russia's foreign ministry reportedly says talks are being conducted through a special channel as they put it set up between president biden and putin. the u.s. has proposed freeing a russian international arms dealer who is imprisoned in the state in exchange for the
release of griner and weiland griner was sentenced to 9 and a half years while and serving a 16 year sentence. >> still ahead, governor newsom in the east bay today to talk about california is dwindling water supply. his plans to help the state recover from a crippling drought. >> very dry. no rain in sight. now we're going to be talking about some serious heat moving to the bay area forecast coming up next. >> and in sports, jimmy garoppolo rumors heating up as the cleveland browns consider a possible trade for the qb sports director. jason dumas has details coming up. it's time for the biggest sale of the year, on the sleep number 360 smart bed. it's temperature balancing, so you both say cool. our smart sleepers get 28 minutes more restful sleep per night. all smart beds are on sale. save 50% on the sleep number 360 limited edition smart bed. only for a limited time.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> about one month away from week one and jimmy garoppolo. he still on the forty-niners not doing much, but he's still on the roster. and reports surfaced today that if in fact, the shawn watson suspension does get extended beyond 6 games. the browns would consider trading for jimmy g storm wind sprints all week. as of now, the browns have insisted that they're willing to move forward with racoby brissette at quarterback this year. watson suspension is currently under appeal and could be increased
to a year are whole lot of drama tonight was the field of dreams game in major league baseball. it's become an annual game that mlb plays in dyersville, iowa to commemorate that classic movie field of dreams. this year's game featured the cubs and the reds last year. the movie star kevin costner was the centerpiece of the festivities. this year's baseball focus on the memorable father and son relationship in the movie using baseball's most treasured father and son to recreate the scene. again, this is a tribute to the 1989 film about a mythical field. we're ballplayers from past eris came to play america's pastime. of course, it was a game to play first ending nico
hoerner drops in the rbi single to left in come saya suzuki. it's 2, nothing cups later in the ending in a hat. he smacks a double. to the left center field gap. turner comes on in to score and the cubs they hold on to win this game. 42 really cool stuff out there in iowa. all right, ashley, look at sports. we'll be right back after a quick break. the california
high-speed rail project is getting 25 million dollars in additional funding. the grant funded by the u.s. department of transportation is going to provide. >> more than half of the expected. 41 million dollar costs for the madera to merced said design contract. that contract will be considered by the california high-speed rail authority next week. they're currently 119 miles under construction in the central valley with more than 30 active construction site. 17 local government and transit agencies in california are set to get hundreds of millions of dollars to help upgrade public transit to 0 emission buses. >> 236 million in grants will come from the department of transportation as part of last year's bipartisan infrastructure law. some of that money is coming to the
bay area, including more than 15 million for the vta and santa clara county, 12 million for the city of fairfield and 6 million for the napa valley transit authority. as the state's drought intensifies, governor newsom unveiled a new plan today says it's going to create more water storage for the state and our capitol bureau reporter eytan wallace was with the governor in contra costa county. >> and the governor says it's time to use modern day technology to fight this drought. for instance, you see all this water over here. well, this is all salt water part of the san joaquin river here in the delta. but the governor says with his plan will one day this could supply fresh water to much of this region. >> we can't do the same thing anymore. that was governor gavin newsom's message today as he addressed the state's response to the ongoing drought. a record dry spell. he worries may only get worse. year drought. >> exists and persist over the western united states. i mean,
let's wake up. he says if no action is taken, california could lose about 10% of its water supply in the next 20 years. mother nature, it's still bountiful. but she's not operating like she did. that's why today he unveiled this 19 page plan pledging 8 billion dollars to increase storage and modernize the state's water infrastructure infrastructure like this, antioch construction site newsom it. one day will open as 110 million dollars to settle his ation plan taking salt water from the san joaquin river and converting it into fresh water. one of several projects newsom says will allow the state to refocus its water strategy were so deeply anxious because we've been consistently in the scarcity mindset that it's about reduction and people feel like they've done enough. we've got to move away from that mindset. because there's a lot more. but it's out there for more creative in terms of how we approach things. for now. he says he'll leave any mandatoey water restrictions to local governments. that is he appointed onetime rival, former los angeles mayor
antonio villaraigosa, as the state's new infrastructures are in charge of bringing in more funds for future projects. newsom's current gubernatorial opponent, republican senator brian dolly of lassen county. >> says he's skeptical the state will see results. there's millions and millions and billions of dollars that have been put into these projects that have been implemented. he's talking about implementing these projects. that's have question with gavin newsom's philosophy is get something done. stop talking about and actually get something done. >> and as for that new the selling is ation plant here in antioch. well, that is expected to be up and running sometime in 2023. reporting here in antioch, a tom wallace kron. 4 news. >> now to our 4 zone forecast as we look live from our sutro tower cam over san francisco. beautiful night at their conference chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. i'm here to talk more about the drought conditions were. unfortunately, this story may go on for quite some time. if we look back historically, you can see through some of the records of the water levels. well, for us, we've had these droughts 100 even 200 years.
and that was a period back 1200 years ago. we had some similar warming to what we're seeing today. so here we go. we may be in one of those droughts of irwin want extend it out. we really have to do some things to make some changes to have enough water for all of us here in california and maybe some other states to were got all kinds of water out there in the ocean to get. and that makes his water rich here in california. we do have severe drought conditions, though, across the entire bay area has improved a little bit since last year when it was really extreme across the whole bay area. of course, you can still see in parts of solano county. still some drought conditions there. but boy, we've got a big dome of high pressure about the build back in. we have this area of low pressure off the coastline. of course, we don't get back into really the rainy season until about the 3rd, almost a 4th week in october over time. but this ridge is going to start to build back in. that's brought some very heavy on temperatures across much of the desert southwest, the 4 corner states and that slowly building in now. and so our temperatures are heating up. it's going to be hot in spots inland tomorrow. and then i think as we get into next
week, we really crank up the we get a heat wave going. something we haven't seen maybe this early season. but out there tonight, we've got the perseid meteor showers. we've got the supermoon rising up above. and so far, mostly clear skies over san francisco looking good out toward the golden gate bridge right now to a couple patches of fog forming along the coastline or quality looking good as well. green all around right now tomorrow looks like another decent day outside with nice air quality and that sea breeze continue to keep our nice and fresh. but we are going to see a change in the weather starting tomorrow. public will see those temperatures warm up, especially inland about 70 in the marina tomorrow, 70 in san francisco. 67 degrees in daly city, patchy fog along the coastline and some sunshine as we head toward the afternoon 60's in the millbrae and burlingame, nice day, foster city, 71. lots of sunshine there. warm 72. it would side the south bay. you've got 70's 80's tomorrow afternoon. a beautiful day there. then we start to get a little hot. you get over the east bay hills. i'm talking 90 degrees in pleasanton tomorrow about 90 also in livermore, 90 in
danville, 90 in concord. you get the idea these temperatures warming up in a hurry and i think as we get toward the weekend, even more so as these temperatures likely to soar as we get into next monday and tuesday, that's where these temperatures probably gonna start to talk about that heat wave a rolling into the bay area. so here we go next few days, temperatures kind of warming up here over the death overs with the weekend. and then as we get into monday and tuesday, then we start to get 100 101 degrees, maybe warmer than that. i'm looking at some of the forecast models and i keep on just taking a menos get a little bit closer. they started a little more accurate right now. they're looking very impressive. maybe see some places shoot up to 106. we'll see what happens. yeah. if you like that, if you don't like if you yeah, if you don't, well, then there's always the ocean. there's the coastal thanks, thank you aren't. well, as a matter of fact, as the weather heats up, a lot of people will be heading to the coast to chill out. yeah. if you're looking for a great place to dine and dish near the water tonight, we're going to take you to tony's seafood. >> just about an hour outside san francisco in marshall.
>> this charming roadside stop along the water here in marshall is a big draw to seafood lovers. this is tony seafood for 3 generations. tony's has served up. locals and tourists, seafood and salty stories from local fisherman. nowadays, it's refreshed and run by a nearby hog island. joe will meet and greet you out front. we do have a lot of people just drive by. >> we're doing our trip up they didn't really plan ahead. >> so we do save a lot of tables for walking. these folks from massachusetts came all the way here for the grilled here. the way to go yet barbecues. the tony's bbq has like a huge following. so that's still on menu here. still the same recipe from what they're doing before this creamy clam chowder and fish and chips, fish tacos. not whole lot of just drinks in oysters for people coming here. fish and chips as one of our best do a lot of fish and
chips from here. people love the fried fish and chips. >> and check out this full of local rock with calabrian chili flakes. it gives grab a real run for its money. ask these oyster shoppers who the real stars are. you won't get much the stars of the show? you know, you believe it. >> in marshall, vicki liviakis kron, 4 news. >> yes, so everybody thinks, you know, san francisco dungeon us, but those little rock crabs prep, that bowl of them with the calabrian chiles yeah, delicious. this is one of your dine and dish. and there's been more than a fep. i'm like, they opened one of i'm going weekends are going to be crowded. that's very popular. but i'm going maybe monday. alright, maybe. yeah. the coming up next. did you know giraffes are pregnant for 15 months? just one of the reasons this little one is excited to go out for a run today. that's next.
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>> a quick thinking. oregon state trooper saved a dog that tried to escape during a traffic stop. yeah. driver was pulled over for speeding when one of her dogs jumped out of the passenger window along interstate 5 in josephine county. the trooper says he used his cat like reflexes to grab the dog and prevented
from running into oncoming traffic there. the dog and its owner goff was just a warning. this time. ended badly. all right. check out the newest giraffe calf one of africa's most at risk mammals, the born saturday at the chester zoo in cheshire, england. his name is stanley. look at this little fact named after mount stanley, the tallest mountain in uganda. and despite being just days old, he's got is down running all over the place. the zoo's breeding program has helped to protect and monitor the number of giraffes at uganda is national park from single digits to now about 70 animals. i site that little on life's think about them on that wraps up kron. 4 news at 9 o'clock. all right. ken and pam are here to tell us what's coming up at 10, 15 months is a long time that all right, catherine, thank you. >> coming up tonight at 10 o'clock, more trouble for the
district attorney's office in san francisco. a public resignation over complaints about the new da brooke jenkins all following the recall of the old dha dame. and in the face of a vaccine shortage for monkeypox, a bay area company says >> it has a new blood test that can help limit the spread. those stories and more next at 10.
>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news. >> right now at 10, a san francisco assistant da is calling it quits because of what she says is distressed in the direction that the district attorney's office is heading in. thank you for joining us. i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne. the assistant da tells kron 4 that brooke jenkins, the new district attorney, is driven by political gain. >> and that's why the assistant da says she resigned. kron four's dan thorn has the story. >> the san francisco district attorney's office is seeing its latest stafford leave under brooke jenkins short time as the boss, an assistant district attorney says she's quitting because jenkins is not the leader. the city needs, frankly. i think that they are. >> with a lot of it. for student attorneys to take this for all the change and has created in the cni
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