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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 8. >> good morning. and thanks for waking up with us 8 o'clock on a friday. i'm daria just a few passing clouds, but those are not going to last for much longer. it's all about the sun today and that's going to warm us up quickly. we are currently in the 50's and 60's. so if you like that
cool feel for your morning jog or just get those errands done outside. >> good chance to take advantage of it before the heat of the afternoon. some of us today will reach the low 90's that are for this inland spots. just a sign of the hotter weather we have in the rest of the forecast. i'll get to that. still to come john, thank you for that. well, if you're traveling right now, heading into the city just a little under 15 minutes for your drive. may's to that fremont street exit. let's go ahead and check on the san mateo bridge. a 80 to one o one about 14 minutes as you're heading across towards the peninsula. >> well, in the earlier hours we had a hot spot along the richmond center fell bridge. now that that's clear at about 13 minutes as you're traveling from the tolls to one o one. and if you're in the south bay, a few delays there. 42 minute ride traveling up. 85 to menlo park darya. james, back to you. thank you. ran 8, 0, one. and today in the east bay, vice president kamala harris back home in the bay and she's hoping to help your kids in oakland go to college. yeah. she's announcing a new
program that aims to help. generational poverty. that's where kron 4 sarah stinson is following for us from the east bay. looking ahead to the vice president's visit. good morning, sara. >> hey, good morning. that's right. the generation fun will give 50 million dollars to low-income kids through 2035. and vice president kamala harris is here to launch that she is going to be here any minute now. we believe. i mean, at least they're preparing for her arrival, making sure the whole area secure. you can see them have this entire barricade up with a lot of law enforcement and then all the people who are going into the convention center, they're checking each car, sweeping it, making sure that everything is secure and safe for kamala harris's arrival. now again, let's talk about the why she's here. this is the generation fun. let's take a look at the breakdown of who this money will go towards. it will be $500. a college savings account made for all oakland babies born
within the next 4 years in low-income families, $1000 annual scholarship for all low-income oakland, public school students who are pursuing a college degree. >> or trade certificate within the next 4 years. the generation fund will serve 30,000 students for the next generation. this will was all put together by the mayor. community partnerships with the school district's hundreds of local and regional donors. the goal is to break the cycle of poverty by increasing college access and completion for those most an and represented people and those need that. help to get to college. make sure you complete college. now as she comes to oakland, her hometown to talk about this. keep in mind, there is some traffic surrounding the open convention center. there's also a ton of police be aware of that lot of closures, street closures. the 10th street is closed right here where we're at and so make sure your work because it is going to be a bit of a, you
know, rough commute for people from now until probably 12 o'clock. for now, i'm sara stinson reporting live in oakland. back to you. thanks for the update. sarah. >> and speaking of the vice president, she's also making a trooper did make a trip to san francisco yesterday to discuss reproductive rights. it was part of a roundtable discussion with other california leaders and it was there that she slammed the supreme court's decision to overturn roe v wade and also took shots at states. now that have since tried to ban abortions altogether. >> as a former prosecutor. for quite some time. i specialized in child assault cases in violence against women and children. 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. >> the vice president is expected to attend another event today regarding the commercial space sector. roger going to have full coverage of
that event on kron on. so make sure you tune other developing news that we're following this morning. the washington post is reporting the fbi was looking for classified documents about nuclear weapons. >> when they raided drawn trump's a home in mar-a-lago in florida earlier this week. yeah, it's not known right now. if nuclear weapons discussed in these documents actually belong to the u.s. or perhaps another country. the post's report also doesn't say whether any of those documents were actually found. the fbi still sifting through it all. attorney general merrick garland yesterday said that he personally approved the decision to ask for a warrant to search mar-a-lago. and he also said that the justice department has now filed a request with the courts to make that search warrant public. and overnight, the former president posted on social media calling for the immediate release of those documents. trump's attorneys have until noon to officially notify the court if they plan to contest the justice department's request. and if the documents are made public, it's not clear exactly how much information would be included. in addition.
>> to the search warrant, we know that the justice department has also requested the public release of the receipt listing the items that were seized. 85 the time right now and a san francisco assistant district attorney is quitting because she doesn't trust her new boss. the attorney thinks that da brooke jenkins is motivated by politics. 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 and 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. student attorneys to take this for all the change and has created in 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 issue 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 as far as the campaign for november's special election for district attorney in san francisco. there. >> our 3, maybe 4 candidates that are running criminal defense attorney and former san francisco police commissioner john. >> how the psac ii announced just yesterday that he is going to be running as a reform-minded candidate to oppose jenkins. former san francisco fire commissioner joe alioto. very nice. also solidified his intention. he's running and then 2 other candidates reach an ear and austin hills has said they do intend to run, but neither has officially begun their campaign. >> well, happening today, the family of alexis gabe plans to protest in contra costa county demanding the district attorney's office filed charges against the mother of gabe's ex-boyfriend. they allege that alicia clark helped her son marshall jones, evade authorities after police say they thought the game was murdered. inside the boyfriend's home in antioch. police haven't been able to find gabe's body, but the family is accusing clark of knowing where it is and helping her son cover up the murder in may, oakley police
arrested clark on suspicion of aiding a criminal, but the district attorney decided not to file charges. so the mother was released. the protest is set to happen in front of the county courthouse starting in about an hour at 9 o'clock. it's 8, 0, 8, right now on governor newsom unveiled a new plan to save water as california continues to be so dry at the drought getting worse, he says his plan is to create morse water storage throughout the state. we've got a ton wallace with an explanation. >> 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 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 of 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 mandatory 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 and they say save water. so stop sprinkling. i you know, there's was report sprinklers on reporting. so. >> stop the sprinklers when need him coming up. also, the inflation reduction act. it's on the brink of becoming law will see if that will help you at all. and students at stanford are shaking up. a woman was sexually attacked on campus. will have the latest on the investigation. and i'm
ford's will tran standing by outside of the stadium this morning as fans are gearing up for the beginning of football, will. >> all wing you name somebody. a starter and you say jimmy g thank you for all that work that you've done. but we're going to go with trey lance. you definitely want to take a test drive on trey lance's car, so to speak. so he will be taking the field tonight. limited action. but yes, you will be able to see trey lance right out there with the starters, limited capacity for all of the starters. as far as jimmy g highly doubtful that he will even suit up. and if he does, i'm sure if he even makes a move to the field, they will tackle him. and i'm not talking about the other team. i'm talking about the niners because they don't want him hurt at all as they are looking to trade him as far as pre season. the niners will play 3 games in 17 days and they want to take it easy course. they've been scrimmaging for the past few weeks in lot of fans. they
want to see the niners in full gear out in, you know, at levi stadium. so we do expect a big crowd tonight. the first ippreseason game always the biggest and then it started. when do a little bit. coach kyle shanahan. he says he'd rather see the players and scrimmage. but, you know, those rules rules are rules that you got to get them out there. trey lance will take the field and jimmy g he won't take the field and also not ta ing the field be aaron rodgers. last time he took the field. good news for the niners, as you might recall. 7 months ago, aaron rodgers sent packing into the cold freezing night green bay after the niners beat them. as far as what's going on now, i can see people in the parking lots already. you will be paying regular season prices, not just for the game. remember the nfl still charges you as though it's the regular season game, but the parking as well as the snacks. but the bottom line is, you know, it's better than a's baseball giants
baseball hate to say this preseason football. the numbers more than football is king. there is no question will. thank you very much. and the raiders of that, your team, they're playing their second preseason game on sunday and kron four's got all the action. >> raiders and vikings sunday at 12, 30. >> was fun talking with you guys john and i will miss jimmy g and we never watch a game. >> was like i was a captivating player. you out very what want out of the movies? probably so. he's got a lot of backup because fall as for the weather, though, going to be a lot of folks heading out there to where we'll is at levi's tonight. yeah, it's going to be super nice for it to definitely some sunshine, some 70's right there along the bay shore. really, really good stuff inland. it gets a little bit hotter. but yes, we're looking
at low 80's and san jose. sonny bill, you'll be sticking with the upper 70's. >> santa clara right around that 80 degree mark, as for our skies, pretty clear all the way out to the coastline. we do have some low cloud cover that's hanging out with us this morning. it's not going to last, though. we stay dry through the weekend. even up in the sierra nevada thunderstorm potential is pretty minimal. thunderstorms will continue to impact the desert southwest as that monsoonal moisture continues to be pushing upwards there, but not so much our direction. so a pretty smooth sailing kind of weekend for any outdoor plans. you may have now tomorrow is going to be a touch warmer after a dose of some morning cloud cover again saturday. we get all that sunshine during the afternoon. temperatures climbing a couple of degrees sunday. going to be even warmer yet the warmest of the weekend. but by no means the warmest of the forecast will continue to see temperatures rising after that on into the middle of next week. 60's 70's for your highs in sf 60's at the coastline and 70's for most of our bayshore cities. it will be a
range of upper 70's to low to mid 80's in the south bay. santa clear right at 79, great weather for the game. freeman. he word up through oakland and eventually up to richmond. all 70's. well, 80's from the tri valley through concord. we've got some low 90's for antioch in vacaville at 91. 92 82 degrees in santa rosa. down through center fell in the 80's. a look ahead at tomorrow's temperatures a little a few more cities in the 90's even more come sunday. and then we just go right past the 90's into the triple digits for a few spots for the stunt by tuesday and wednesday. our hottest of the forecast bayshore cities will remain steadily in the 70's to low 80's at our warmest well, the coast, your cool spot to get to if you need the escape with highs only in the 60's john, thank you for that. well, we do have an accident. if you're traveling along 5.80, westbound just east. >> of el charro road in pleasanton. so you are seeing a slight delay as you're traveling along 05:00am this morning heading into the city
right now, bay bridge, 14 minute ride may so that fremont street exit, the san mateo bridge moving really nicely 8.80, to one o one. we're at about 15 minutes for you as you're traveling across towards the peninsula. well, happen on 5.80, or 80 crockett down towards the maze of put you at around. 21 minutes for you there. 24 westbound wanna creek down to 5.80, just under 13 minutes as you're traveling. 25 in iran and ax one 60 in to conquer to 42 and let's check on one. 0, one. traveling up about 34 minutes starting in san jose. 85 to menlo park darya. james, back to you. thank you. reena 8.20, right now and national news. a big spending bill is on the brink of becoming law. so what's going to be for you? yeah, that's the question. what we know in >> inflation reduction act, there's things that address climate change. there's also things that address health care and corporate taxes too. so lots covered. hannah brandt is in dc with the latest. >> the bill is named the inflation reduction act because the democrats who put
it together say it will help cut costs. but republicans say that's not true. and when the house votes on it, it's expected to pass right on party lines. >> democrats are about to push a major spending package across the finish line. it's a huge moment. one of the primary pieces of the 740 billion dollar legislation is the investment makes to fight climate change. congressman jim mcgovern says that will make a significant difference for the earth and for people's utility bills. it provides cheaper, cleaner energy and give us our planet a fighting chance. the bill also includes provisions to allow medicare to negotiate prescription drug prices, extend health care subsidies and cap seniors out of pocket drug costs $2000 per year. congressman paul tonko cause that victory. huge step forward for people for affordability. >> and to have accessibility for their their health care republicans disagree. all it is is tax and spending. congressman bruce westerman is particularly critical of the bills. 15 1% minimum tax for
wealthy corporations. he predicts that will continue to drive. inflation is throwing more money. >> and a problem with this administration has shown that they failed. but the biden administration argues there anti-inflation policies are already working on thursday, aaa reported that the national average price for a gallon of gas fell to $3.99 a lot of drivers. that's real money. >> its money in their pocket, money spend on other things. white house economic advisor heather boucher says it's proof that what they're doing is having an impact. the president's been to this, not all the different things that he called the livers. he could pull to help address rising costs for families. and the non-partisan congressional budget office says the legislation will raise revenue and help pay down the deficit in washington. i'm hannah brandt. >> thank you. had a 22 is the time. and coming up on the kron 4 morning news to people have been arrested now for a deadly shooting at a gym in the east bay. we'll tell you what police say happened.
we're back in a 25 and a quick update. now to story we first told you about yesterday morning. >> 2 people have now been arrested after a deadly shooting in the parking lot of an east bay. jim. it happened early thursday morning at the 24 hour. fitness on lone tree way in brentwood. one person died in that shooting. 3 others were hurt. one of them being a 17 year-old boy. police say what started as an argument on the basketball court inside the gym then spilled out onto the parking lot outside where at least 2
people pulled out guns and started shooting. police haven't yet released the surveillance video showing what happened. no word yet on a motive keep you updated. >> it's a 25 and stanford is investigating a rape on campus that happened in daylight. a woman was walking early in the evening. you're wilbur hall. that's a student housing complex with multiple freshmap dorms when she was grabbed taken to a nearby restroom and rate incoming freshmen are shocked and worried. >> since i heard about that, i've been walking around pepper spray. it's like known to be like a safe and secure environment. but like after hearing that, that just like not the case. >> police have not said if the victim is a student at stanford, she told a mandatory reporter who ended up telling the police. >> coming up next on the kron 4 morning news. the cdc finally changing its covid-19 guidelines. in fact, rolling back many of the rules that we've been living with for the past couple of years. we're going to speak to local health expert about that decision.
>> 29 right now and we're looking at a gorgeous day. if you like hot weather and even more got all that ahead of us. we got john in the weather center. >> with a look at that. good morning, john. yet for heat lovers, this is good forecast for you because it's about to get really hot into next week. and we're already warming things up gradually through the weekend. looking outside,
getting a little brighter in san francisco, a little breezy out there, too. we're going to stay in the 60's at the coast, but a few low 90's for the stanley. and so if you like the cool feel that we've got right now, want to take that jog in areas like brentwood in pittsburgh. we're still in the 60's. make sure to take advantage of the school. start 50's for much of the north bay. you fell into the 40's earlier from santa rosa down through nevado. so we are starting to see temperatures pretty nice and comfortably cool out there the weekend gradually warms up. and as i mentioned next week, getting really hot, which i'll tell you all about. still to come, tom, thank you for that. little traffic is improving out there. we started off the last hour with a hot spot on the richmond center fell bridge. >> now that that's clear about 16 minutes making it from the tulsa, one on one heading into the city right now, just under 14 minutes of traffic is moving along. let's check on 24 walnut creek down to just under 13 minutes for you to make that drive 6.80, southbound doubling down of fremont under 14 80. if you are hopping on there, it's the southbound side. you have
problems with northbound moving along. pretty nice. and leave you with a look at the san mateo bridge just under 14 minutes as you're traveling from a 80 to one o one darya. james, back to you. thank you. ran 8.30 and the luxury apartments 33 to him. a street in san francisco have flooded again for the second time in just 2 months. yeah. adding insult to injury. nobody's been able to live there since the first water main break back in june and now they're wondering if they'll ever get back. >> proper standard sacking has the story. >> my life has been completely disrupted because of this. 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 water main failure sent 20,000 gallons of water surging down. 35 floors of the high-rise apartments. building s% 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 i have able to go back into the building and get stuff. but it's not i 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, keep i the building until late 2022. early 2023, it's now unclear if this second disaster will push back that timeline. michael's just nice resume. my life is like has doesn't have as much communication as possible and just get myself because i don't know what's going on, but a lot of it. everyone's like pretty much going saying. hines 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. >> in the south bay, the san jose police officers union says that it expects a mass exodus of officers over the next few years. data from the department shows more than 200 officers are planning to resign with 150 of them thinking about doing that in the next 3 years. union leaders say the city has ignored chronic staffing problems. san jose has roughly 1100 police officers compared to san francisco, which is more than 2100 and a much smaller area to serve santa clara county supervisor and mayoral candidate cindy chavez is blaming current mayor sam liccardo for this infection. released a statement saying the mayor has not address the staffing shortage and that is what's led now to the department being slow to respond to crimes. san jose officials say that that since 2021, they've hired 208 officers. in fact, they claim that they're big can see rate. he's under 3%.
>> you don't have to quarantine anymore. if you come into close contact with someone infected with covid. that's one of the big changes just announced by the cdc. you also don't have to stay at least 6 feet apart anymore. and the cdc has ended his recommendation that students exposed to covid test regularly. the agency is dropping stricter recommendations because they say about 95% of us americans, 16 and older have some level of immunity either because you've got covid or you're vaccinated or maybe both. but just because the cdc is relaxing, the guidelines does not mean you should drop your guard. here's ucsf infectious disease expert doctor peter chin. hong. >> mean, the downside is if give up everything and the cdc is not saying that they're seeing, you know, let's focus ventilation is that's focus on the right type of mask. let's focus on being up to on vaccines. let's do testing when it's really most important wishes. and the
setting of an exposure or when people have symptoms but not randomly test except in certain situations. >> you heard him ventilation. so what he's saying is that you should continue to really focus on if you are gathering, make sure there's good ventilation because that helps prevent covid and all sorts of illnesses. >> speaking of other illnesses, more than 10,000 americans now have tested positive for monkeypox data from the cdc shows that every state except for wyoming as reported cases now of the virus, new york, florida and california topped the list of ases. there've been no deaths, though, thankfully from this. but california's health department just released the latest numbers for the golden state when it comes to monkeypox. and here you can see we've got 1900 more actually more than 1900 cases statewide. la county has the most cases at 776 san francisco county following behind 539 with alameda county ranking 3rd. they've got 112 cases now of monkeypox. well,
in related news, we have one very company saying that its blood testing technology can help limit the spread of monkeypox proper is gayle ong explains. >> with a single blood drop 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 fluid 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. every minute 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 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. >> kron 4 morning news. we're following the latest with marshawn lynch. details about the dui arrest of the former raider and oakland native will tell you what police say happened. >> plus, grocery prices are still so high. a lot of people some are traveling out of the country to get a deal will explain. and if you are doing
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prices high enough that some folks in southern california think it's actually beneficial to cross the border into mexico to do some of this. you have to be close enough not to waste gas. this is true. alex caprariello has the story. >> for the 7th straight month, food prices in the u.s. have gone up, which means americans are looking elsewhere, like even in other countries for their favorite foods. you're on a budget. you got to take care of yourself like keep it on. jimenez who drove nearly 2 hours to get to tijuana with the wife. yeah. 2 children in the 3rd due next month. he says he needs all the financial help. he can get same guy as much i can. every penny counts. and we walked with david and maria mccarty across the border. that came for street tacos in a routine pet checkup. cheaper, just much cheaper to down here. everything is a lot cheaper mexico. >> i mean, you can do jamie opens about 20 bucks, got 100 bucks. incentive to invest california. bargain hunters are shopping in tijuana like never shop owners at the
popular though you'd all go have seen a 20 to 30% jump in american tourism during the weekdays. and when you look at the prices, it's easy to see why a gallon of milk is 50% off compared to the u.s. a four-pack of toilet paper is nearly $5 cheaper. and a 24 pack of tylenol is also a dollar and don't worry about the cost to get there. you may as well fill up on gas because that's also what dollars $0.24 cheaper than the california average gas prices going like crazy. and that's what kills us. you know, the middle class, your money goes farther in mexico. just be ready to wait in long lines at check out. and that customs on your way back. >> what if they said no, we don't want you here and you can't buy our that twist. that would be a yeah, we've got the weather here with john at 8.46. not looks great. yeah. and really getting greater if you if you love the heat,
absolutely. it's going get better for you. we are very similar today as to what we had yesterday. so if you liked yesterday. >> get out there and fully enjoy this friday. got a little bit of cloud cover like we saw yesterday. but that is going to become less and less of a thing through the day today. and it will be abundant sunshine for the bay as well as the sierra nevada, where we're sitting right now. cloud cover is slowly lifting in burning off and more and more that sunshine towards the afternoon as high pressure continues to build in temperatures will continue to rise slowly. and today, even though we are similar to yesterday begins to set us up for more and more 90's on the map tomorrow. we'll see daytime highs climbing a few degrees further for inland areas and sunday, the close to the weekend. sky cloud cover won't change at all, but we're going to see our warmest temperatures of the weekend before even warmer conditions into the rest of next week. today's daytime highs, 60's and 70's for sf 60's right along the coastline and some 70's to 80's for the bayshore just barely reaching the 80's for redwood city in woodside,
south bay temps, upper 70's to low 80's. santa clara got the game tonight. 79 for your high there around game time will be falling into the lower 70's. 70's continue up the east bay shoreline. so nice. they're oakland, san leandro. at 75 walnut creek and concord, nearing the 90's and getting there again for antioch in vacaville. just the start of more 90's that will start to see you tomorrow. sunday, even hotter. and then look at next. we can't ignore the triple digits that some of us for this to inland will tap into come tuesday and wednesday in the meantime, bayshore cities remain mostly in the 70's coastal areas, mostly in the 60's rain. john, thank you for that will if you are traveling along 80 right now heading from san leandro. >> down to milpitas about 40 to 35 minutes for your drive. you can see the northbound side is moving along. much better. then the southbound commute traveling into the city. 13 minute maze to that fremont street exit. let's check on the san mateo bridge 80 to one o one just under 14 minutes to make it across towards the peninsula. well,
in the south bay, on traveling up. that's about a 36 minute or i-85 to menlo park to 18. 82 not seen any major issues along those highways. 5, 18, 80 crockett down towards the maze. about 17 minutes and the richmond, sandra fell bridge just under 16 minutes. darya. james, back to you. >> thank you very much. rain at 8.49. is the time and we're learning more about the recent dui arrest of former raider in oakland, native marshawn lynch. police say they found him asleep behind the wheel. and they started talking to him and he woke up and responded, then fell back to sleep again. and that kind of went on for a little while with him repeatedly falling asleep during their conversation. they did notice quite a bit of damage to the car. the front left wheel was basically gone. the tire, the back tire was nearly coming off. body camera video here shows lynch telling officers that he wasn't drinking. he doesn't do drugs, but he did nod and smile. when officers asked if he had stolen the
car. at one point, police decided they'd had enough started pulling him out. >> i not be all right. >> want to get on your stomach over and by no more games today. >> yeah. they said he intoxicated. he goes what is the problem? the car is not going. yeah. he said some of not severely damage done. this was his mug later after they took him to the police department. so now he's facing charges of dui driving an unregistered vehicle and failure to drive in a travel lane. he'll be back in court on december 7th. we're now waiting for a judge to decide if convicted wife killer scott peterson will get a new trial. closing arguments were yesterday with peterson's lawyers arguing that. >> there was juror misconduct when peterson was convicted of killing his wife and unborn child 20 years ago, they say that rochelle, nice lied when
answering a jury questionnaire. the judge made the point that the defense would have had access to the jury questionnaire and could have followed up with her about her answers 20 years ago. david harris with the prosecution argued that nice did what a juror is supposed to do. here's a little clip from both sides of the argument. >> before she even sat down at the table when she was admitted to that according to juror at she said, let's get mister peterson for what he did to little man that she went back there. she did what she was instructed by the judge to do. and she reached a verdict. >> and when he said little man, this is the jury, by the way, it's because peterson was convicted of killing his wife lacy and their unborn son. connor. now, if the jury finds that there was misconduct and there could be a whole sorry, the judge, then there could be a whole new trial. and the judge she has until december to make that decision.
>> we're also following developing news right now out of southern california where a representative for actors and hayes says that she is not expected to survive the crashing of her car this week. she suffered a catastrophic brain injury apparently after crashing into a home near la this week. and this is surveillance video showing her vehicle driving by representatives say plans for organ donation are already underway. los angeles police placed are under investigation for felony dui. and tmz is reporting that the 53 year-old was under the influence of cocaine and possibly fentanyl. at the time of the crash. it's a 52. we'll take a quick break. we'll be right back.
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>> now on the kron 4 morning news. the vice president is in the bay area this morning. we're live with details on her visit to oakland. and new details about what may have been taken from president trump's mar-a-lago home. and trey lance taking the field for the first time since being named the forty-niners starting quarterback for live at levi stadium as we get ready for the first preseason game. >> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at no. >> finest hour of the finest day of the week. friday at 9 o'clock. i'm darya. and james, let's start off this fine hour with a check of the forecast
which looks pretty fine as a matter of fact. yes, it does. nice and sunny for everybody. john, been a nice morning and we've got all the sunshine all day long today. you can see just a few lingering low clouds for now, but still plenty bright out there as these clouds become less and less of a the late morning and afternoon today is set to be right around the same as yesterday was temperature wise. so if you liked yesterday's feel, >> you're really going to enjoy today's as well. the rest of the weekend gradually gets a bit warmer. that makes today the coolest day of the weekend. if you want to enjoy that 50's 60's for current temps. brett, what our first spot back in the 70's concord at 66 in oakland right now at 64. >> right now, john, thank you for that will if you're traveling into the city right now, traffic is improving. we're now in 12 minutes. that's about as light as we've seen since the early morning hours. may's to that fremont street exit. the richmond center fell bridge just under 14 minutes. we had earlier hot spot the air in the early morning hours that he's been since clear. no more residual
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