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when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news. students grow. >> well behaved has. and with that, there's so much. >> a family desperately
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searching for their dog tonight after it was taken at gunpoint, just feet away from their oakland apartment. good evening and thank you for joining us for kron. 4 news at 10. i'm dan thorn and i'm noelle bellow. the one year-old french bulldog was taken on august second near 7th avenue. >> and foothill boulevard kron four's amanda hari spoke to the family about how they're doing now and the continued search for their pets. >> she was part of a family. she is very very missed. we need her back and, you know. >> 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. the sweetest she's well behaved has. and with that, there's so much 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
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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 at driving. really slow. >> the car made him nervous. so he tried to encourage the dog, 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 it up. she says with a weapon inlved, her son needed to keep himself safe with talk to him before. 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
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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 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 cno 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. we need to be on criminals. you know, not just the step in their had 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. >> a man is in jail tonight after hitting 2 people in 2 separate crashes in san pablo. just minutes apart. one victim died. the other was seriously hurt. that first crash happened around 3.40 this morning on church lane. police
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say the suspect hit a bicyclist and then fled the scene. that victim later died from his injuries. minutes later, police responded to a head-on collision on san pablo avenue near robert h miller drive. that victim was hospitalized with serious injuries. officers concluded the car involved was responsible for both crashes. police arrested the suspect identified as 23 year-old anthony green want. meanwhile, 2 men are in jail tonight in connection to a shooting that killed a woman in union city yesterday. police arresting this man. 29 year-old sent a 29 year-old francisco alvarez of union city. they charged him with murder. it happened on medallion drive around 12:30am, union city police identifying the victim as 28 year-old joan dolly dell seed of union city officers also arrested 6 year-old john collins charging him with being an accessory after the fact and the north and petaluma woman wakes up to a strange man ripping the covers off bed and committing a
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battery. >> kron four's felipe gaal reports police are seeking witnesses who may have seen the suspect runoff. >> sleep better around 3.30, friday morning. a woman on the 700 block of v street in petaluma says she woke up to a man she has never seen before lifting her bed covers and touching her leg. she tells police he ran off when she screamed another woman inside the house never saw the intruder. and when officers arrived, he was long gone. now investigators are checking with neighbors who may have surveillance footage that may shed light on who they're looking for. police say it's unclear how the man got inside the house. think it's really important that we. >> believe the victim in this case as a survivor, myself. >> it's the most important. >> police say the woman described a man with broad shoulders wearing a black baseball hat, black shirt and black pants neighbor marcus kegels lives across the street from the victim. i'm not going
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to concern myself with a our neighborhood. >> i lived on the street in this house for 52 years. and this was the first time that any incident like this hap ever occurred. and although police say there have been no other similar crimes reported in the area, this serves as a good reminder to the public. >> to always keep your doors and windows locked. it's very disturbing in our community. >> we know it's a quiet town and we don't. we don't get a lot of officers are conducting extra patrols in the area. >> in petaluma phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. >> in the south bay, one person died in a crash early this morning in san jose. police say it happened near burrell court and west hedding street around 3.15, this morning. officers arrived and found an infiniti suv had crashed into a tree. the driver identified only as a man died at the scene. this is san jose's 40st deadly accident of the year and the
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43rd victim. anyone with information is asked to contact san jose police in san francisco. police are looking for a man who punched the 65 year-old woman. >> multiple times this happen in the city's richmond district. kron four's gayle ong has reaction from the neighborhood. >> people have 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
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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 >> doing a lot of thinking about what the experience was like for my parents and grandparents and relatives who were incarcerated during war. 2. >> happening right now in san bruno, i mean, they might be closed now, but there is an exhibit on japanese internment
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camps. it's in the same place where thousands of japanese americans, mostly u.s. citizens, were taken against their will just 80 years ago. it's called son say grand daughter's journey from remembrance to resistance, some say means a 3rd generation. it's on display at z gallery in the shops at tanforan. that's the site of the original racetrack, which was a temporary detention center that held 8,000 japanese americans who were rounded up and sent to internment camps during world war. 2, the installation features several types of exhibit videos, paintings sculptures, they all explore one of the darkest chapters in american history. today we did speak with some of the artists. >> my own family was incarcerated so much of this history is and so with the 5 of us were able learn from each other. and i was going after that. so 3rd generation
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sun city. >> the exhibit runs through september. 3rd, 2 still got a few weeks. admission is free. >> all right. taking a look now at our 4 zone forecast is a live look at the the bay bridge, right? and wait it. yeah. but like you're from and you the full moon happened on thursday, which is actually my birthday. so it's a cosmic energy going on. but now it's still, you know, it's it's it's dwindling from that super full moon situation. but it's pretty big and bright. it's fun today to put crystal down tonight. but well, you still see that probably on haha. >> meteorologist chris like up and stuff. i don't know about all that, but i do know that the full moon is beautiful tonight. it's beautiful. tonight. we are tracking some fog is out there right along the bay area coastline. fortunately not as thick as what we typically see during the summer, but a shallow marine layer. nonetheless. >> bring us some much needed relief for the coast. the temperatures out there right
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now upper 50's to low 60's for the san francisco peninsula coastline. but those of you in our north bay valleys, even cooler than that, getting that sea breeze influence in petaluma and avato at 57 degrees in widespread low to mid and even upper 60's for warmest inland valleys. check out conquered 68 degrees of pittsburgh and brentwood still in the 70's out there right now. it's just an indicator of how hot it was today and we're gradually going to get warmer from here. we are seeing that cool sea breeze along the coast extending into the east bay shoreline with fairfield tracking winds out of the southwest at 21 miles per hour. sustained winds gusting 25 miles per hour range, but it is going to get downright hot for those of you in solano county, an excessive heat watch will go into effect starting 11 o'clock for your tuesday morning. and it's going to continue through thursday night because overnight you're going to see little to no relief with overnight. temperatures just cooling down into the 60's and 70's. so just a heads up there. stay say be cool out
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there, bay area because radar for is going to track a slight chance of instability from the south monsoonal moisture could bring us some instability mean they were going to see those mid-level clouds increasing, but no threat of any public thunderstorms. but that could certainly change in the coming days. your full forecast coming up in just a few minutes. stand. well, back to you. thank you. coming up on kron, 4 news at 10 police in petaluma. >> hold their first-ever gun buyback event today. hear why some there, though, say it's just a publicity stunt. plus, a familiar face returning to run for. commissioner of san francisco's school board or rather joining the the san francisco school board commission. >> we'll tell you who next. >> and up next a congresswoman barbara lee weighing in after the fbi executed search warrant at mar a lago. what she has to say. kron 4 news at 10 returns.
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>> new details tonight after the fbi executed a search warrant at former president donald trump's home in florida. court documents show the fbi removed 11 sets of classified records from trump's mar-a-lago estate. some even labeled as sensitive compartment id information, which is a special category meant to protect the nation's most important secrets. the former president says he didn't do anything wrong and he's being treated unfairly. >> president trump himself stopped by and said, you know, whatever you want to feel, let
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us know. we're happy to facilitate it. and we did everything we could to be cooperative. >> well, tonight, the new york times is reporting that lawyers for the former president signed a letter in june asserting that there were no more classified documents stored at the mar-a-lago residence. >> congresswoman barbara lee did join kron. 4 news this morning. sharing 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 needs to 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 above the law. >> the warrant details, federal agents were investigating potential violations of 3 federal laws,
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including one under the espionage act. >> a new york judge has ordered former president trump's company and longtime finance chief to stand trial in the fall on tax fraud charges. the allegations stem from a long-running criminal investigation into trump's business practices. 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. >> the man accused of stabbing satanic verses author rushdie has entered a not guilty plea. 24 year-old how tar facing charges of attempted murder and assault. he appeared in court wearing a black and white jumpsuit. while his attorney entered a not guilty plea on his behalf. but our is accused of stabbing rushdie in the neck yesterday, neck and abdomen yesterday as the
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author was being introduced at a lecture at an upstate new york institute rush. she suffered serious injuries in the attack and remains hospitalized. tonight, president biden did release a statement today about that attack saying in part, jill and i were shocked and saddened to learn of the vicious attack on rush d yesterday. we together with all americans and people around the world are praying for his health and recovery and quote. here in california, governor gavin newsom is proposieg that 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 that 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 it does leave radioactive waste that will remain dangerous for
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centuries. >> now to the latest on the wildfires burning near the california oregon border. 3 fires continuing to burn tonight. we do have some good news. they are all very close to being fully contained. the largest one, the mckinney fire in siskiyou county is now 95% contained and burned over 60,000 acres. the fire a deadly one, killing 4 people, including a longtime u.s. forest service employee, 2 fires to the west of the mckinney fire. also burning. those are the yeti. and alex fires. they are both 90% contained and have burned nearly 8,000 acres. >> wow. as you can see there on that home security video, it captur0d a loud boom, confusing those people there. and it ended up being a meteor that caused that boom. this morning, the national weather service was saying that it was seen and also heard in northern utah and southern
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idaho. this out around 9.30, local time. you can actually see it there kind of popping up on your screen. witnesses say it looked like a bluish fireball before you can hear it. that initial boom was followed by a a low rumble there 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 travel. >> a camera talking about the also usually like meteor stuff that goes on around this time of year. usually marisa's laughing at me. no, you're such a come from where that follow the that will ask our bucky ball is not a meteor. and i as a meteorologist do not study mean the study of things that fall, meaning rain and snow. so i get that question exactly dan thorn, whether it's frozen or not. i study let's take a look at your high temperatures today. we certainly need the rain.
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we're tracking warmer and drier weather in the days ahead. in fact, today we were good 3 to 4 degrees above average for most of our coastal valleys. >> and upwards of about 5 to 6 degrees above normal. for those of you inland. so conquered 94 degrees when you should be in the mid 80's livermore. also in the low 90's. but along the coast, no one complaining about the warm-up there. downtown san francisco. we should be averaging 67 degrees by near mid august standards. but instead 71 degrees. but we also seeing pleasant temperatures in oakland in the mid 70's. so hope you enjoyed that gradual warming trend in the days ahead. and we're starting to see the return of the shallow marine layer. fog is certainly going to be a little bit more widespread along the san francisco peninsula coastline, even extending into the east bay shoreline could see patches amount of drizzle, but really not much, especially for north and south bay valleys, not going to notice much of that overnight cloud cover. so we are going to warm up once
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again for your sunday afternoon and temperatures out there right now for your saturday evening on the mild side, widespread low to mid and upper 60's pacifica, though 58 degrees with petaluma at 57 degrees. but we are going to see temperatures gradually warming up in the days ahead, peaking on tuesday. so overnight lows tonight going to be on the mild side. not just because that blanket of cloud cover, but also because of today's warmer temperatures, upper 50's to low 60's. antioch, though, only cooling down to 64 degrees. and remember, we should be in the upper 80's for our warmest inland valleys. but instead tracking mid-nineties 94 degrees for livermore in concord, even santa rosa, if you want relieve head to half moon bay, 66 degrees there. so the beach certainly the place to be so gradually warming up on tuesday near or at triple digits. but then gradually cooling down 10 days from now to below normal. can't wait for the next 10 day forecast. we just have to get through tuesday that outside that 98 degrees. flirting with 100.
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don't like that. never get thanks for that. >> still ahead here at 10 o'clock, the oldest man to ever swim from alcatraz. we did just that today, fundraising effort that's behind >> and supporting ukraine by sending used firefighting equipment from here in the bay area. we'll hear from a retired fire chief about that program. kron. 4 news at 10 program. kron. 4 news at 10 continues in just a bit. oh ms. flores. you're the leader of many and pet wrangler, too. so becoming a student again might seem impossible. national university is here to support all of you. national university. supporting the whole you. non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california.
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>> welcome back. 10. 25 on this saturday night and a retired menlo park fire chief has coordinated an effort to send used firefighting equipment from around the bay area to ukraine on thursday, firefighters gathered in morgan hill to load up equipment into a 40 foot shipping container. it was the result of a monthslong effort to gather used equipment that still in good condition, but no longer needed here. harold chappelle holmen spoke with kron 4 about the vital supplies needed by ukrainian firefighters who are dealing with rescues recoveries and fighting fires and bombed out urban centers. >> when the requests that we got from the ukrainian for service emergency services were for was for 10,000 body bags. so they can imagine. i mean, you know, anybody hears that it's it's almost unbelievable. but i mean, they were looking at one time for 10,000 body bags are looking for a lightweight helmets. you know, if you look at some of the images, they're operating in a structure collapse, weoe
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we in the united states would have hundreds of people working with maybe an engine company in a truck and a crane. that's all they have. and so they're very limited gear to do all that. so that's where we stepped in and said, hey, look, we can send news cease-fire agencies that typically donate to south america or whatever. let's ask them, would you be willing to do that and send it to ukraine? and many did. >> that container of equipment will make a stop in poland before it reaches its final destination and ukraine. >> and coming up here at 10 o'clock, a rescue flight carrying one dog and 2 cats on their way to a new home. the healing journey for those furry friends. plus a 16 year-old high school student from palo alto south across the atlantic ocean. we'll tell you how many days it took him to accomplish the 3500 mile journey. and next, a gun program held in petaluma for the first time. but not everyone was on board. we'll explain. >> and i'm tracking your getaway forecast for those of you planning a staycation in
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the bay area are heading out to tahoe for the 2nd half of the weekend. more details and your 10 at 10 outlook after the break.
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>> welcome back. our top story this half-hour up in the north bay, dozens of cars lined up at the petaluma fairgrounds this morning to turn in their guns at a gun buyback event. the first one of its kind in that city. one person, however, was not so enthusiastic about the
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initiative. >> kron four's camila barco has more. >> i don't have whether myself. i bush voluntarily gave up his pistol and pena 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 use 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
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person at the petaluma fairgrounds who disagreed with by then >> 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 disarming 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 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 >> the petaluma police department, the petaluma police department tells kron 4 no taxpayer dollars were used
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in today's buyback event. 16 year old palo alto high school student cal carrier recently became the youngest sailor to sail across the atlantic ocean from west to east. you navigated more than 3500 miles from massachusetts to portugal this summer in january. he made up his mind ago. he on boat doesn't matter. i don't know how to sail. doesn't matter. >> saul kind of surreal. it happened really fast from start to but it definitely a long trip, but i'm just so happy to be back. eating was kind of hard. i'm not naturally seasick, which is a blessing for trying to sail across the ocean. i would see sick enough that it was hard to eat. i wasn't scared i prepared so much and spends so much time thinking about it a field says step back on solid wildly. that makes sense. yeah. >> no shortage of confidence
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yeah, it's 27 days is what this key says that he actually got a welcome surprise. >> because he was out on his journey right? his family, his parents and his brother actually took their own boat and went out there and they met him at the end of his trip. >> that's nice. very sweet. i couldn't. >> that's a lot of courage. that's a lot of courage to do that. also a lot of courage to swim across the bay. i will never do that. but today in the bay, 87 year-old charles, ken toni became the oldest man to ever swim from alcatraz to san francisco. take a look >> 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 several u.s. research, a neurological condition for which there is no cure. ken toni son was born with that condition 50 years ago. so it's a cause that's very near and dear to his heart. congrats to him on that. absolutely. >> well, a familiar face is returning to run for the
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commissioner of the san francisco school board. one of 3 recalled board of education members actually made the announcement earlier this week and she explained a crowd forces, the why she's decided to run again. and 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,
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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 recogtize 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
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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 has made kron? 4 news? all right. we're going to be taking a live look right now outside. this is the richmond sandra
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approach there. and then we get the moon off in the distance. looking for me for my morning noon that the man in the moon. i'm our man in the man o and one man in the moon. whatever you want to call it a area >> i'm sure people who are in plains tonight are getting a lovely yeah, specially because we're not really tracking that much fog is but it is going to be more widespread tonight. then it was last night. so we're starting to see that return of that marine layer out there right now. san francisco international airport noticing some high clouds streaming through. but let's take a look at your getaway forecast. those of you heading out to this all dry and clear, in fact, are going to see mild temperatures. if you love today's certainly going to love what the rest of the weekend -as in store for you. mid 80's for truckee and south lake tahoe. that trend going to continue through monday and tuesday of this upcoming week. this year is going to see some possible
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pop-up thunderstorms, things to monsoonal moisture, mainly for the mountain. starting tuesday afternoon through thursday night. but it looks like the valleys of this year going to stay dry and clear. so safer conditions there. temperatures out there right now, though, in the bay area, still seeing widespread low to mid and upper 60's. 58 degrees for pacifica with upper 50's for nevado to bron and fairfax. but checkup petaluma already cooling down into the mid 50's. so certainly bundle up there. the coolest city out there in the bay area right now. high temperatures tomorrow are going to be about 48 degrees above average. we should be in the upper 80's for this time of year for our warmest inland valleys in the east bay. but instead, concord n livermore warming up to 94 degrees. fremont 87 degrees with a napa and delay. hope toasty temperatures there in the low 90's in downtown san francisco. 74 degrees. mild temperatures for your game day forecast as the giants face off against the pirates. cooling down, though by 10 days from now. but hot
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temperatures on tuesday, possible triple digit heat in the forecast. so stay cool and hydrated bay area. back to dan and well. murray said thank you. after a bit of a hiatus flying tails is back with the rescue flight. >> involving one dog, 2 cats and 2 airplanes. yeah. and kron four's ken wayne was one of the pilots who helped get these pets to their new homes in oregon. >> this is time-lapse video from pilot paul armstrong as he flew 2 cats from ventura county to petaluma and the person is going to adopt him. i really likes that. they're both white and they both have green eyes. i it's like a prayer for cats are some really know much >> these 2 unnamed kitties are joining this big boy named olaf has been recuperating from a host of ailments after his owner turned him over to lily senior dog sanctuary in petaluma. >> not anything major, but he had been years. he had infected eyes yet infected years. he had a lot of skin infections. you need to be
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neutered. >> with the cats in their crate and all off in the back seat were off. >> on a heading of 3, 4, 0, to cottage grove, oregon, just south of eugene. >> a lot got up to check out the view looking at the trinity outs in siskyou county and mount shasta. >> the cats were quiet. up ahead, there were scattered rain showers. if the visibility got much worse, i wouldn't be able to land at the destination and might have to divert to an airport in better weather. >> after about 3 hours, cottage grove airport came into view, landing involved skimming over the willamette river to the runway. >> on the ground, the cats looked unaffected. their new caretaker was camera shy but said they would be well cared for and more olaf couldn't wait to see his new family. it. >> over the last few loss injuries have healed. he also found in his new home where the snacks were hit and there
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is 3 full bags of treats. he got every last stinkin crumb out of those bags tore at my treat bag and tiny didn't go sit in the carnage and take a picture of many looked. >> he looked like he was not ashamed at all and he was not everything that we were promised isis to happy. happy boy. >> with the animals safely on the ground, it's time to point the airplane south and head back to the bay area. mission accomplished. >> on that, that was ken wayne reporting for us. yeah, that was pretty cool. we're glad to have flying tails back. i know it's been a while. he's been on hiatus there, good to see him back in the sky and of course, helping all pets find
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>> well, as summer is winding down everywhere else here in the bay area, things are still heating up. napa valley's pretty compact just 30 miles long and 5 miles wide. i didn't really know that it was so tiny yet to be quite honest. i did take a trip up there. a couple of >> spots some of them might make you feel like quality. >> 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 base at the top of the valley is sits. calistoga is very own castello di amorosa a k a
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castle of love. fanatic medieval history and heat end of the he wanted to make sure this is not a chase in castle made to not only look like a 14th century castle, but feel like one, too, is the source told the materials from europe like all the all the doors and windows also came from me and all of the stones like you seeh 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 what you get a sit-down tasing him. we enjoyed tasting 5 different wines. or you could choose to go just don't sit too much or you might end up in the torture chamber. and we cast in the century headed change >> and owner just wanted to make an with friendly animals like jacomo the goat wandering
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the property guests will enjoy breathtaking views of the valley and vines. not just about the wind. it sells 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
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shopping experience paired with the winery's best chardonnay and cabernets. 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 much as you can make a reservation or just walk-in, whether you're in napa for special occasion or just browsing new styles, pat u.s. 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. >> and now kron 4 sports diamonds and wine. how about that? all right. let's take a look at supports. all right. the giants hoping to make a late run this season and trying to catch the padres for the file wild card to keep getting those pitching performances like they saw today from logan webb. >> while they very well may do it with beautiful san francisco, sunshine, beaming down today at oracle park in
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san francisco. the giants here getting on the board. first joc pederson goes the other way splits the left center field gap. there. >> in come, lamonte wade junior for the first run of the game. the giants jump out early one. nothing. logan webb today. wow. just pitching another jammy at 9 strikeouts in the 3rd with a man on 3rd base. there's 2 outs he fields. kevin newman, slow roller. wow. incredible. play. dives to first beats out into the bag showing off his all-star pedigree in the 8. all right. the time's up 2, nothing bases loaded 2 outs. he strikes out gamble to end the threat. the pirates end up going down. giants win 2, nothing but sweat with a beauty today going 8 innings giving up no runs. he talked after the game about being pulled in the 8th by gabe kaplan. >> walked reynolds, kind of look to the there was nothing cap was like, let's so it's and tone like don't come out
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here. he was already in here here knows like to step in. >> rest up there. i take it easy. while the giants, they held a pre-game tribute this afternoon to celebrate there 2012 world series champions today and the playoffs that season. the giants rallied from a deficit against the reds. they won the division series. then they overcame a 3, one deficit against the cardinals which propelled them to the world series and they went on to sweep the tigers and 4th straight win. there. second championship in 3 years in attendance. as you saw there, bruce bruce bocce and with a guy on matt cain, hunter pence, marco scutaro and 2 other members of the team. there you go. brandon crawford and also brandon. >> team members from this historical all right. let's talk about the a's now. dusty baker's boys coming out early on the a's in the bottom. the first inning with a man on alex bregman deposits, a zach logue fastball way out to left field. astro's are up 2, nothing. >> it's the same score t ere in the 4 taste. mccormick ripping a shot to left bangs
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off of the base of the wall in come, jeremy pena and train and sini on the 2 run triple for nothing. astros houston ends up taking down the a's 8 to nothing. the a's offense only producing for singles and a double in the game. 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. and then derek carr and several other players have said, hey, the channels, the really prepares us to get us hyped up. >> and his work is made things high energy there in raiders world and a great outlook, of course, of the season. mcdaniel says with a new team and a new staff can always learn something and seymour there we learned from the players everycthere's things i hear from. >> devontae. 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 if you approach it that way, i think you're you
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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 it's your time to do it. >> well, raider nation, you can actually catch the silver and black play. the vikings right here on kron 4 tomorrow for the preseason game. our coverage beginning at 12, 30, the pre-game show. all right with the giants are trailing the padres by 6 and a half games for the final card in wild card for the national they played some pretty good baseball today, but i think going to do it for sports. we'll
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winning the lottery is a once in a lifetime opportunity. >> but for a delaware man, he was lucky enough to win the lottery twice in just 2 months, dewayne cattlemen areas regularly crosses the state line to work in maryland and he buys lottery tickets on his visits. his purchases first paid off in early july when he won $18,000. and one of the maryland lottery games. but then last weekend, while on a family trip, he won again. $30,000. he says he will likely save those funds for a rainy day. which is smart. yeah, ashley, with this inflation be awesome. >> what i've said, i wish i had that. lock the oh, yeah, no, no. we didn't even try. i don't think we even tried with the billion-dollar one. but it's those little ones. yeah, that's that's where you have the cheetos and ones that will
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add white inflation. out there tonight. >> nice night out there. not a bad. not about it all. we are going to get pretty warm as the days go on. every is taking a look. yeah, it's going to be a gradual warm up. so we're going to be a few degrees warmer tomorrow than where we were today. 48 degrees above average for most bay area cities. >> for the 2nd half of the weekend conquered in livermore warming up into the mid 90's as our santa rosa and nevado. so hot temperatures there, napa and allay also going to feel that summer sizzle in the low 90's with oakland flirting with 80's at 79 degrees in downtown san francisco. 74 degrees. but check out half moon bay, 66 degrees. so definitely the place to be certainly going to be the beach in the coming days because we're going to peak on tuesday. solano county. you're going to be under an excessive heat. watch starting tuesday morning through thursday night. hot temperatures for most of this upcoming workweek forecast with cooler weather not arriving until next
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weekend. and then 10 days from now we're in the mid 80's. so that's going to be the tradeoff. we just have to get through tuesday and then gradually cooling down from there. i feel like, you know, when we first got into august, you kept calling it fog us. i really haven't seen. we have too weird. it's really when it's right for us. right to a little bit tonight. a little bit tonight. we've yeah. are you freaked? i am a little for him because i mean, a couple months. it's like, yeah, it's going to be warm moisture. we really do drizzle. please come our way. that's all the time we've got for kron. 4 news at 10.
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