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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at known. >> right now at 9, an east bay woman and her family still shaken up after their dog was snatched from them at gunpoint. thank you for joining us here on kron. 4 news at 9. i'm noelle bellow and i'm dan thorn. she says a man pulled out a gun and told her 14 year-old son he had to hand over their french bulldog named bella kron four's the man herring talked with the family about their efforts to find their dog. >> we're all.
>> very base. that is please return. her is been more than a week since bella. a one year-old french bulldog was taken from her family. but when i spoke to her owner, carmen graziano, she was driving around handing out flyers in hopes that it will help bring bella home breaks my heart. just to think that she thinks. >> what she might be what happened where they're not coming to get me graziano says on tuesday, august second around 8.30, in the evening. >> her 14 year-old son was taking bella out to go to the bathroom just outside of the gates of their apartment complex, your 7th avenue and foothill boulevard in oakland to go take route to the tree. >> when he spotted the car, driving really slow. >> the car made him nervous. so he tried to encourage the dog to go back to the apartment complex. but before he could leave the car pulled up and a man got out of the passenger side and asked. >> to hand over and my sense that now. after that, the guy
pulled out a gun on him and he said i'm going to need you to have me over. get out. she says with the weapon involved, her son needed to keep himself safe with talked in the fort. if this ever happens, you know? your safety, its priority, of course. and he had to hand her over to my son. this pulling the leash and pull that inside the car. her son tried to record the cars they left, but the suspects kept looking back at him. he told his mom it was a black volkswagen jetta with tinted windows and chrome on the window frames. i asked her how her son is doing now. you know, you can tell she is that it more cautious >> i don't think he wants to go on his fallen gress. yeah, no also has a 17 6 year-old who are missing their dog. she
says officials need to do more to prevent these types of crimes. authorities need to step up. >> they need to take this more >> because, you know, it. i that just thank, you know, kay at it. it is nothing's going to happen. and i got to come after me. they're not going search for a dog. the family filed a police report with the oakland police department. they say. >> all they care about right now is getting bella home safely. amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> new at 9, 2, men are in jail tonight in connection to a shooting that killed a woman in union city yesterday. police arresting 29 year-old francisco alvarez and 60 year-old john collins now over as charged with murder and collins charged with accessory after the fact the shooting happened on medallion drive around 12, 30 in the morning. union city police identifying the victim as 28 year-old joan dolly del scene. >> tonight, a call to protect the asian community after a woman was punched several times in san francisco. the
attack happened in the city's richmond district as kron four's gayle ong reports. police are now looking for the suspect. >> people out in san francisco's richmond district saturday described the neighborhood as safe. but earlier this week, a woman in her 60's was assaulted in broad daylight, surprise, but not totally surprised. anything can happen these days. >> and so, but this is a very quiet area. and sorry to hear there's that. >> according >> to san francisco police officers responded to the area of 26 dav and geary boulevard on wednesday around 11:50am, in the morning. when officers arrived, a woman told them she was walking on gary when a
stranger walked in front of her and punched her multiple times. then ran away. police say the woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries. san francisco district attorney brooke jenkins tweeted about the incident that reads in part, quote, we must protect our most vulnerable. a 65 year-old asian elder was punched in the face in the richmond district attacks. honor ap. i community are now a regular occurrence and must stop so far. police have yet to call it a hate crime. the incident was captured on surveillance video off camera. neighbors say the suspect appeared to be talking south prior to the attack. i used to work with the public and i realize that >> people tend to go for those who are on the weaker side beat up on. in the meantime, this woman says she will be more aware of her surroundings. >> anyone with information is asked to contact sfpd reporting from san francisco, gayle ong kron. 4 news >> a man is in jail tonight after hitting 2 people in 2 separate crashes just a minute apart. one victim died. the other seriously hurt. the first crash happened around
3.40 this morning on church lane and san pablo. police say the suspect hit a bicyclist and then fled the scene. the victim later dying from his injuries. then minutes later, police responded to a head-on crash on san pablo avenue near robert h miller drive and that victim was hospitalized with serious injuries. officers concluded that the car involved in the crash was the same car that was involved in that earlier hit and run. police arrested. 23 year-old anthony greenwood on several charges. >> in the north bay, the search is on for a battery suspect. police say a pad aluma woman woke up to a strange man in her room, touching her leg while she lay in bed. kron four's felipe gaal has that story. >> it's not uncommon for neighbors on the 700 block of v street in petaluma to sleep with their windows and even doors are locked at night. it is a trusting community that trust was allegedly breached at around 3.30 friday morning.
that's when police responded to a woman reporting a strange man inside her bedroom. police say the woman walked up to the intruder lifting her bed covers and touching her leg. it's just hard to. it's hard to hear. investigators say the man ran off when the victim screamed another woman inside the home. never saw the police say it's unclear how the man got inside. i thoroughly believe that it probably was quite type situation. that's my own opinion. marcus goes lives across the street from the victim and says his surveillance video has been reviewed by police and it does not show anything. police say the woman described the man with broad shoulders wearing a black baseball hat, black shirt and black pants. adding that the victim does not know him. think it's really important me. >> believe the victim in this case as a survivor, myself. it's the most >> although police say no
other similar crimes have been reported in the area recently, this serves as a good reminder to always keep your home locked up. we're all nobody's safe. however, i do have to reiterate that this is a safe community. >> but we are always on guard while officers increase patrols in the area. they are hoping neighbors with surveillance footage will share it. >> if it captured anyone fitting the suspect's description after the crime was reported. >> in petaluma felipe ball kron 4 days. >> now to the very latest on the wildfires burning near the california oregon border. 3 fires continuing to burn tonight. but the good news is all of them are very close to being fully contained. the mckinney fire remains the largest and deadliest. it's now 95% contained. it's burned more than 60,000 acres. 4 people were killed by this fire, including a longtime u.s. forest service employee, 2 other fires just to the west of the mckinney fire. also
still burning tonight. those are dubbed the yeti and alex fires, but they are also 90% contained. burning nearly 8,000 acres. all right. we're going now to get your check your forecast. yeah, but reese rodriguez standing by. we're definitely very, very dry out there. yet. only going to get hotter and drier from here. our warming trend started yesterday lasting all weekend long. and even through tuesday of this upcoming week. >> that's what it's going to peak. the were under severe drought conditions for the bay area for innermost valleys in the east bay dixon and even clipping parts of brentwood still holding steady with extreme drought conditions. but take a look at solano county. they're going to be under an excessive heat. watch starting at 11 o'clock tuesday morning through thursday night. so not only are they going to reach triple digit heat by tuesday through wednesday afternoon, but also during the overnight hours, not going to get much relief, only cooling down into the 60's and 70's with relative
humidity dropping into the low teens to single digits at times. so this is something that we're certainly going to have to watch for because fires already sparking. and we're not really tracking gusty winds, but just the hot and dry vegetation is certainly not helping. so let's take a look at current conditions out there right now for your saturday evening. and we are not even seeing much of august. in fact, today's warm-up lack of marine layer today. so it is going to be shallow at-bats during the overnight hours into your sunday morning. temperatures for pacifica dropping to 59 degrees. still very pleasant and mild for those of you in concord. 71 degrees with pittsburgh at 77 degrees in brentwood. still toasty out there in the low 80's with widespread 50's and 60's for much of the bay area of petaluma. 59 degrees. but check out napa about 10 degrees warmer at 68 degrees. so we are seeing a cool sea breeze along the coast and east bay shoreline with the winds out of the south for warmest inland valleys and radar for tracking instability
with monsoonal moisture that could bring us the threat of possible pop-up thunderstorms tuesday when our heat of the peak of the heat wave is going to do coincides more on that in my full forecast in just a few minutes standing. well, back to you. >> a lot races straight ahead here at 9 updates and author. rushed the tonight after he was brutally attacked. >> onstage plus, lawmakers passing a historic economic bill in the house will take a closer look and what it includes and as kids are heading back to class for the new school year, there's concerns that are arising about the risk of monkeypox being spread. >> we're hearing from one doctor on how to stay safe.
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>> welcome back. new details revealed after the search warrant at former president trump's mar-a-lago resort home is unsealed yesterday. court documents show the fbi removed several classified documents from the mar-a-lago estate and the former president says. >> however, he didn't do anything wrong and that is being treated unfairly. bryan denton. >> reports the details of the mar-a-lago search warrant has been secret until now. the judge unsealing the documents. and while there isn't much detail, there is a generic list of what the fbi took out. a former president trump's residents on monday. the list includes 20 boxes of files, classified ts sci documents which stands for top secret,
sensitive compartmented information. the highest level of secret document, 4 sets of top secret documents. 3 sets of secret documents. 3 sets of confidential documents. photos, handwritten notes, information about the president of france and a grant of clemency for roger stone, palm beach county, federal magistrate judge bruce reinhart signed off on releasing the documents, which includes a list of 3 possible charges removal or destruction of records, obstruction of an investigation and violating the espionage act. former president trump has not been charged with a crime and denies any wrongdoing. a true social he posted in part number one, it was all declassified. number 2, they didn't need to seize anything. they could have had any time they wanted without playing politics and breaking into mar-a-lago. it was in secured storage with an additional lock on as per their request. sources tell news nation the classified documents relocated into areas president trump's
office and a storage room off an interior hallway near the pool. >> that was brian entin reporting for us tonight. congresswoman barbara lee did join kron. 4 news this morning to share her take on the investigation. >> this is a national security issue. that must be a investigated and that the public has a right to know what types of activities this. former president engaged in. this is serious. we don't know what i'm curious want to know. i think the public makes know what in the world was he going to do with these top secrets? was going to share them with foreign governments. who knows. but i think the investigations extremely important and i believe once again, we need to reiterate that no one is about the lot. >> the warrant details federal agents were investigating potential violations of 3 federal laws, including one under the espionage act. >> meantime, the former president's company and longtime chief finance officer are ordered to stand trial on
tax fraud charges in the fall. the trump organization is accused of giving cfo allen weisselberg more than 1.7 million dollars in off the books. compensation, including rent car payments and school tuition. jury selection is scheduled for october. the 24th and the trial is expected to last several months. >> on this vote, the yeas are 220. the nays are 207. the solution. the motion is adopted >> inflation reduction act gets the green light from the house yesterday. one of the primary pieces of multi-billion dollar of the multi-billion dollar bill is the investment it makes to fight climate change and also includes provisions to allow medicare to negotiate prescription drug prices, extend health care subsidies and cap seniors out of pocket drug costs at $2000 a year. the bill now awaits the
president's signature. >> wow. all right. that's a home security video that showing a a loud boom which was caused by a meteor this morning. the national weather service said that it was seen and heard in northern utah southern idaho. this happened around 9.30, local time. witnesses say it looked like a bluish fireball before you could hear it can actually see it up there on the party screen. there you go quickly moves across. that initial boom was followed by a low rumble for another 5 to 10 seconds. the national weather service said on twitter that a weather satellite and radar appears to have captured this meteor trail. yeah. when they slow it down. yeah. see it is a >> too close i think our 4 zone forecast taking a live look outside tonight at the golden gate bridge. you can
see karl, the fog finally seeing the hanging i feel like yeah, he's been hiding out, it's still got warm even though we've got some fog here tonight, risa. yeah, that's right. in fact, are finally seeing the return of that marine layer. bring us some relief overnight along the coast. so mother nature's ac finally returning. we didn't really notice that fog bank out there last night. but tonight we're certainly going to see a more deeper marine layer, but still on the shallow side at best. but taking a look at temperatures today, noticeably warmer about 3 to 6 degrees above average from coastal valleys, concord, 94 degrees. when you should be in the upper 80's in downtown san francisco and oakland warming up into the low to mid 70's with san jose 83 degrees. so just 2 degrees above average there. pretty seasonable. but it is so nice and refreshing to see that fog is starting to form right over golden gate bridge. but the good thing is we can actually make out the bridge most tonight, especially when that fog bank is really think we
can even see the bridge. but as you can see, we are going to notice that shallow marine layer riding along the san francisco peninsula, even extending into the east bay shoreline. >> and most of our inland valleys. so that's going to provide some much needed moisture as the days ahead. get warmer and drier during the afternoon. and we're going to see a gradual warming trend through tuesday with temperatures peaking at or near that triple digit mark. so temperatures out there right now, widespread 60's, but we're seeing a few outliers out there this evening. checkout conquered and pittsburgh in the 70's as his brentwood. but those of you in pacifica, 59 degrees in petaluma. the coolest city right now. 57 degrees. so you're easily 20 degrees cooler than pittsburgh and brentwood right now, but still relatively mild. nice night for your saturday evening. and we are tracking overnight lows tonight. also going to be a little bit warmer than last night. upper 50's to low 60's antioch. those 64 degrees with santa rose in the mid-fifties
at 55 degrees. but we are going to see widespread mid 90's for hottest inland valleys, specifically in the north bay and east bay. santa rosa nevado even conquered in livermore mid-nineties. but along the coast, half moon bay, 66 degrees. if you want relief, definitely head to the beach, that's going to be the best bet there. and in the coming days on tuesday, thanks to that marine layer. we're going to see cooler temperatures remaining for bay area beaches but inland triple digits sit to sit the did it. can i say it lonoke county triple digit heat with 60's and 70's for overnight lows where it would you with the words you had numbers early we'll have to see. you know, it's just life. you know, yeah. live tv that would yeah, you're welcome. let's get a specific your health tonight. will the united states has now recorded more than
>> 10,000 monkeypox cases? and though there have been very few cases in kids, there are some concerns that are growing as the kids are heading back to school when it comes to young students, doctors say it is simply practice good hygiene, wash your hands regularly and avoid eating and drinking after one another. however, doctors are also stressing that monkeypox, it's not as contagious as covid-19 because it requires a lot of close intimate contact. >> i would be more concerned about monkeypox in maybe like a locker room setting like a major sports or something like that were, you know, there's a lot of other. close contact right now. there's not not a lot of cdc guidance the parks and kids but just to kind of make sure that your letting your kids know to be that tip, follow good, proper hygiene. >> vaccine supplies remain relatively low. so college campuses across the country are also educating students about ways monkeypox spreads to try to avoid any significant outbreaks. just ahead here at 9 o'clock place in the north bay holding their first gun buyback program.
>> i don't have any issues with it myself. i bush voluntarily gave up his pistol at penn a lewis gun buyback event saturday morning. i think it's a good to get some of these weapons off the street. police say turning in these firearms help reduce the risk of gun violence, suicide and ending up in the wrong hands. it's not so much the people that are >> doing anything illegal. it's the other side of the coin were they might get a hold of those weapons and do something else in exchange for turning in their guns. participants got between 100 to $200 for each firearm. >> it's the first gun buyback event. the petaluma police department has hosted the deputy chief brian miller's can recall so little. >> an easy for us to invite community members to come with guns to an event. but it's going we're really happy about the turnout. >> but there was one person at the petaluma fairgrounds who
disagreed with by that could marc firestone says the initiative doesn't get guns off the streets. it's funded by tax dollars and people are under selling this isn't it? it's it's not about public safety. it's about. can you just arming public? >> it's another means of disarming the public. and it's in you start to do so. deputy chief miller says these buyback events are completely voluntary >> we're not requiring anyone to participate. this is everyone if they choose to. and this is something that sounds like a a an opportunity to improve community safety. and i think we welcome their participation. the guns collected from saturday's buyback will be destroyed. and miller says never used again in petaluma camila barco kron. 4 news. >> petaluma police also tells us no taxpayer dollars were used in today's buyback event. >> coming up, a story that you'll only see here on kron 4, a former member of the san francisco school board
the 3 recalled board of education members making the announcement on thursday night. >> has it talks one-on-one with their about why she wants to run again in. this is a story that you'll only see on kron 4. >> are you sure that you want to go through this all over again? >> i know that it's going to be a fight and will never we don't know the outcome and i'm ready for that fight. >> gabriel lopez announces that she is running again for a seat on the board of education to the san francisco unified school district a 13 year educator and former sf usd school board. president lopez was one of 3 school board members recalled earlier this year in a bitter special election. so how did she reached the decision to go back for more? >> so in consultation, with families, with community leaders, with their students, my heart has always been
dedicated to schools. it has always been dedicated to education. to porter's of the recall accuse the former commissioner of making decisions that did not have education as the primary focus for students which they say contributed to the learning loss while students were at home instead of in class during the pandemic recall, supporters also claimed that she mismanaged the budget as board president. however, lopez thinks that she will have a better chance at countering those attacked during a general election. this will be our first opportunity during the general election to see where san francisco voters are. i recognize that the past 2 special elections are really out of the ordinary, which is why we saw such a low turnout. san francisco mayor london breed appointed 3 into a board members who were backed by supporters of the recall. 2 of those commissioners recently got the endorsement for the upcoming election from sf parent action organization.
the 3rd appointee and shoe did not. the executive director sent kron 4 a statement that reads, quote, we are a consensus based parent organization and our families reach proud and enthusiastic consensys to support clean committee and lisa wiseman ward. we did not reach consensus to endorse any other candidates running for the school board election. while we do have some support for and shoe from parents in our membership base, it was not enough for an organizational endorsement, unquote. more reasons. lopez says to run for her previous seat on the board. we now have an opportunity to reinstate our positions, reinstate our campaign and give the voters the opportunity to choose for themselves. who is on the school board? has made you kron? 4 developing news tonight. award-winning author salman rushdie has been taken off of a ventilator and is able to talk after being brutally attacked on stage.
>> before giving a lecture in new york yesterday. meanwhile, the man accused of attacking the author entered a not guilty plea on charges of attempted murder and assault. 24 year-old hey, tar appeared in court wearing a black and white jumpsuit while his attorney entered the plea on his behalf. rushdie remains in the hospital tonight with serious injuries, including a damaged liver and severed nerves in his arm and eye, which is agent says he will most likely president biden releasing a statement today about the attack saying in part, quote, jill and i were shocked and saddened to learn of the vicious attack on some and rushed yesterday in new york. we together with all americans and people around the world are praying for his health and recovery, end quote. >> one week after a fiery crash in southern california. actress and hash has to click is declared officially dead. she remains on life support while doctors are working to find transplant recipients for her organs. last friday, the
53 year-old suffered severe injuries when she crashed into a house in los angeles that then caught fire. police say they were investigating her for driving under the influence. detectives with the search warrant took a sample of her blood and did find narcotics. a representative for hash claimed declined comment on the investigation. >> r kelly returns to court in chicago on monday to start a federal trial. the singer is facing charges of child enticing minors and 4 sacks in conspiracy. prosecutors say he threatened in paid off witnesses and in 2008 child trial that resulted in an acquittal. this time the associated press reports the girl he was accused of filming will testify. she is now in her 30's in june. a federal judge in new york sentenced kelly to 30 years in prison for racketeering and trafficking. >> back here at home, governor newsom proposing the state's last operating nuclear power plant remain in operation for another 5 to 10 years to
maintain reliable power supplies and the climate change era. this move would allow the diablo canyon nuclear power plant in san luis obispo county to continue operating beyond a scheduled 2025. closure. there would also be a possible loan for the operator pg any of up to 1.4 billion dollars nuclear power plants don't produce carbon pollution like fossil fuels, but they do produce radioactive waste that can stay dangerous for centuries. >> and the north bay tonight, napa county health officials say the bacteria causing the legionnaires outbreak has been traced to more places last week. it was announced that a cooling tower in the embassy suites, napa valley hotel was partly to blame. now high levels of that bacteria have been found in a decorative pond at the embassy suites. also the cooling tower in the county hall of justice in the city of napa. 13 people have been diagnosed with legionnaires in the county. one person has died in sense
july 11. 2 people have been hospitalized or rather are hospitalized and 10 people have made full recoveries. >> now to our 4 zone forecast tonight taking a live look at downtown san francisco. absolutely beautiful out yeah. yeah. very nice night out there. we have a real. >> nice day today. we've seen a little bit of fog moving in this evening. reese rodriguez joining us now with the >> look at the forecast. a recent. let's take a look at your getaway forecast. it is the weekend after all. so whether you're planning a staycation, if you're looking to get away in the sierra, you're like we're going to track really nice weather, especially for the 2nd half of the weekend. a lot of sunshine out there for south lake tahoe. so it is going to stay dry. but mild temperatures as well. we're going to see some high clouds increasing by monday with a slight chance of pop-up thunderstorms, mainly for the mountain starting tuesday afternoon through thursday night. but as you can see, we're tracking very dry, clear conditions for our valleys and partly cloudy skies. temperatures holding steady in the mid 80's and for
your bay area forecast, we're seeing widespread 60's out there for your saturday night. conquer those still on the mild side. don't even need the sweater. if you're heading out there right now. 71 degrees. but make sure to bundle up for those of you in pacifica. 58 degrees with everything else in between petaluma also on the chillier side at 51 degrees and temperatures tomorrow going to be on the mild side, in fact, are going to see temperatures widespread low to mid-nineties for warmest inland valleys and temperatures still going to be above average in the coming days. so taking a look ahead at the next 7 day forecast. we are going to see the hottest day peaking on tuesday that some are going to see temperatures at or near the triple digit mark solano county under an excessive heat watch starting tuesday morning through thursday night. little relieved during the day and during the overnight hours. so just a heads up there. but for most of the bay area, we're going to see some relief along the coast. widespread 60's there with 70's and 80's for most of the east bay shoreline. but then temperatures gradually cooling
down a week from today, right about where we should be for this time of year. back to dan and well. >> doing a lot of thinking what the experience was like for my parents and grandparents and relatives who were incarcerated during war. 2. >> happening right now in san bruno, there's an exhibit on japanese internment camps in the same place where thousands of japanese americans, mostly u.s. citizens, were taken against their will 80 years ago. it's called some say grand daughter's journey from remembrance to resistance, son say means a 3rd generation. it's on display at the z gallery in the shops at tanforan. that's the site of the original racetrack, temporary detention center, but held 8,000 japanese americans who were rounded up and sent to internment camps during world war. 2, the installation features several types of exhibits like videos, paintings and sculptures. all
that explore one of the darkest chapters in american history. today we spoke with some of those artists. >> these pieces here. what a lot of colors that my father's uncle did while he was incarcerated. i feel this connection to these paintings and then knee taking a bite work the later and i, you know, like it's real strong connection. >> the exhibit runs through september. 3rd at mission is completely free. straight ahead, where on taking a trip up to the napa valley? and we're checking out a couple of spots. >> that will make you want to know more. which an some big giants looking to make it 2 wins in a row over the pirates today. coming up next in sports, we've got how it all went down at oracle park.
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>> welcome back. 16 year-old palo alto high school student cow career recently became the youngest sailor to sail across the atlantic ocean west to east. he navigated the more than 3500 mile journey from massachusetts to portugal this summer in january. he just made up his mind to go. he didn't have a boat. he didn't even know how to sail at the time. but look what he did in the 8 months the boys took just 27 days. currier says he got a welcome surprise at the end as well. his parents and
his brother sailed out to meet him at the end of his trip. they're in portugal. so congrats to him. today in the 87 year-old charles, ken toni became the oldest man to ever swim from alcatraz to san francisco. take a look. yeah. he was joined by the san ramon valley high school water polo team as they kick off their season. it was all part of a fundraiser for hydro sepp alese research, a neurological condition for which there is no cure. ken toni son was actually born with that condition 50 years ago. so it's a cause that is near and dear to his heart. we got to the youngest sailor and we've got the oldest swimmer here. so impressive stuff. dan. >> kron, 4 sports. >> passive indeed. welcome to sports. a beautiful san francisco sunshine beaming
down on oracle park today and the giants. well, they got on the board. first joc, pederson 3. yeah. he ends up stepping in here and drives this one the other way. he ends up hitting the gap there in left center field. income on wade junior for the first run of the game. the giants and i'm taking the lead one to nothing. and of course, logan wet. let me tell you, he threw a gem i had a little bit of trouble. they're in the 3rd inning with a man on 3rd base 2 outs. but and the fielding it kevin newman, slower than guys in the first base being new into the back. all right. with the giants. they added another run in the 3rd here when lamonte wade junior cranked his 6th homer of the season to right field. giants win 2 to nothing. throwing an absolute beauty. he went 8 innings, giving up no runs picking up his 11th win of the year. he also had 9 k's in that game. the giants also that game. the giants also held a a pre-game tribute this
2012 world series champs in those playoffs that season. the giants rallied from a deficit against the reds to win the division series. then they overcame a 3, one deficit against the cardinals that propelled them to the world series where they made easy money against the detroit tigers winning 4 straight to win their second championship in 3 years in attendance. as you saw there, bruce bocce, angel pagan, matt cain, hunter pence, marco scutaro, and of course, to current members of the giant, the claw there and also brandon belt, former bench coach ron wotus. summing up what made that team so special? >> brian say i got to tell you. >> the players, i just want to thank them for what they did and her performance because going through that playoff run was something i'll never forget. and the character and the determination of this group and a quiet confidence that they had is something to behold and were able to get that championship trophy back to san francisco. so thank you.
>> yeah, that was an incredible squad. let's go to houston where dusty baker's boys jumped early on the a's in the bottom. the first there you go. the man on alex bregman deposit in this one deep to left field. zach lowe fastball. leave the ballpark. astros go up. 2, nothing. same score in the 4th chase. mccormick rips a shot to left field bangs it off of the base of the wall. their income. jeremy pena tre mann, cnn, the 2 run triple. >> 4, nothing astros. houston taking down the a's 8 to nothing. the a's offense producing only 4 singles a double in the game. the a's have now lost 11 of their last 12. raiders head coach josh mcdaniels picking up his first win with the silver and black last week at the hall of fame game. >> where derek carr and several other raiders have also expressed how mcdaniels preparation and his work is making this team feel a pretty good practice. lot of high energy there and great outlook for this season. mcdaniel says
with a new team, a new staff, you can always learn something new. we learned from the players every there's things i hear from. >> devonta there are a crosby or chandler jones are kolton miller, their car that you know you they have a different perspective than you do. you know you're not out there. so and if you approach it that way, i think you're you know, you're kind of a sponge for information, you know, hopefully year you're learning every day and improving as a coach. you know, so you can teach it better when your time to do it. >> well, raider nation, this is pretty cool. you can actually watch the raiders take on the vikings right here on kron 4 tomorrow. we're going to be having our coverage with our sports team at 12, 30 with a live pre-game show. >> it is now time to get you a check of your 4 zone forecast. taking a live look at downtown san francisco tonight. that's the transamerica pyramid. we've got a little when i see just that little. yeah, it's a little bit. little breezy, cool dog. haha. it's been so nice. the past couple been
warm and tomorrow there's the giants game as agrees is keeping an eye on the weather for you that yeah, let's say with that supports up there with the giants once again facing off with the pirates tomorrow. first pitch at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. temperatures going to be on the mild side. so it's going to be perfect weather for those of you at the ballpark and wind speeds. not going to be as breezy as they were today. so only tracking gusts 20 miles per hour less plenty of sunshine. so have fun at the ballpark tomorrow. we're tracking not really much of that fog a stout. they're barely starting to make its way along the san francisco peninsula coastline where we are seeing more of that light marine layer making its way there. but air quality, a mix of good to moderate. so we are tracking some poor air particles out there right now, but not really a longer bay area. beaches thanks to that school sea breeze, but we are going to see improved air quality overnight. but for those of you in the east bay going to hold steady with moderate air particles throughout most of your sunday. so just keep that in mind. if you notice it a little bit hazy, are there.
that's why temperatures for the most part we are tracking 50's along the coast. upper 50's for nevado in downtown san francisco. low to mid 60's for most of the bay area. but for those of you inland upper 60's to low 70's, check out san jose in livermore. 68 degrees with concord. still on night in the low 70's. but temperatures tomorrow, 48 degrees above average. remember, we should be in the upper 80's for warmest inland valleys this time of year. instead tracking mid-nineties for those of you in concord and livermore. santa rosa and avato also going to see toasty temperatures there. low 90's for napa and allay. so not much relief for north bay and east bay valleys. so the warming and drying trend going to continue for the next couple of days peaking on tuesday. hayward, 81 degrees with mountain view. also in the low 80's in downtown san francisco. average high should be 67 degrees instead, warming up to 74 degrees is certainly going to look and feel like summer out there in the bay area. scorching temperatures
on tuesday. that's when we're going to be at or near the triple digits. those of you in solano county certainly going to hit that century. mark little relief overnight. but it's going to be tuesday with that slight in some the instability with monsoonal moisture that could bring us some pop-up thunderstorms so that warm and dry air mass plus, the threat of dry lightning. not a good let's hope those chances diminish in the coming days. and then we're going to notice valley heat continuing until we start to cool down a week from today. slow gradual warming trend and the gradual cooling trend not too big of a roller coaster in the coming days. but certainly hot. so only the messenger planned ahead. stay cool. stay. yeah. with like we have such highs and lows. yeah. roller coaster like you said this was a little even little. i don't like the century. mark, though, on to know that's not nice work on stick with us. we'll be right back after the break.
>> welcome back. summer is winding down everywhere else. but here in the bay area, things are still heating up. napa valley, pretty compact just 30 miles long and 5 miles wide. but i took a drive and found. >> it does offer up a wide range of unique experiences. even some that might make you feel like royalty. >> nestled at the top of the bay area lies napa valley wine country. the rolling hills winding with grape vines are home to more than 400
wineries. yeah. special mice sits. calistoga is very own castello di amorosa a k a castle of for that to get medieval history and heat end of the he wanted to make sure that this is not a cheesy castle made to not only look like a 14th century castle, but feel like one, too. is he? r so all the materials from europe, like all the all the doors and windows also came from the county and all of the stones like you see here, don't the site is celebrating 15 years this summer and it's reservation only guests can schedule a tasting or a full tour for your group. you can choose between a standing casing in one of state is what you get to sit out. tasing him. enjoyed 5 different rights or you could choose to go you just don't sit too much or you might end up in the torture chamber. and we cast in the 14th century headed change
>> and owner just wanted to make an with friendly animals like jacomo the goat wandering the property guests will enjoy breathtaking views of the valley and vines, not just about the wind. it's also about the joy of south. now it's close by. it's great for a day trip, even better if you stay overnight, if you find yourself needing a little guidance with your trip, hit up. visit napa located on first street in downtown, really encouraged everyone to get off. >> off the beaten path and and see whole valley. the 5 towns each have a distinct personality. you can go to our website at visit napa valley dot com. we have a great trip planning itinerary tool there. they also have the scoop on happenings outside of wine tasting like riding a hot air balloon or checking out some summer concerts. piece is here for everybody. if you like a little bling with your buzz pattis jewelry in downtown napa is a true hidden gem. i don't think you'll ever see this many rings in one place located on first in franklin,
the family-owned wine in jewelry, business carries a wide range of brands and jewels. so pretty offering a shopping experience paired with the winery's best chardonnay and cabernet so this is a great way to area wanting. so what we love to do is have people come. >> enjoy a glass of wine. and then also look at pretty as you can make a reservation or just walk-in, whether you're in napa for special occasion or just browsing new styles pattis team will make sure your glasses full. well, you get jeweled. people are always looking for that special memento to take back from a vacation or a special occasion that they're celebrating. so when they leave here, they feel like part of the family, diamonds and wine. >> it was a lot of so it's easy to have a good time it out the word, you know where to go. you know what i mean when you know where to go. it's people visit dot com is a really, really website to a few. >> do need a little bit health
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