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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 more and more people trying to get vaccinated against monkeypox as cases continue to rise here in the bay area. thank you for joining us tonight. >> i'm noelle bellow and i'm dan thorn, san francisco general hospital administering hundreds of doses of the vaccine yesterday. this is the city is ranking second for having the highest number of cases. >> in the state kron four's amanda hari has more on why vaccines aren't reaching enough. people. >> i think that the man is much, much higher still and supply on saturday. zuckerberg, san francisco general hospital held a vaccine clinic 822 doses were administered and all walk-ins
were served. ucsf infectious disease specialist doctor peter chin-hong says the wait times only 10 minutes, but that might not be a good thing if the wait time is only 10 it is consenting a sudden accent because >> everything that the estimated population that needs vaccine is that the minimum? 35,000, if not 70,000 in san francisco county, we're not released. getting beyond the people who really want to get it this morning. >> he's worried about communities that may be harder to reach like people who can't take off of work to attend a clinic or those who may not have the resources to find a clinic when it pops up. people who are hampered electronic divide because you kind of have to have a network of friends on a cell phone. >> to go from place to place a it's not a set schedule. it's not a certain doctor. chin-hong says you need to search the web and look out
for things like tweets or facebook posts from the department of public health to find a clinic. he says there's still not enough vaccine to give it to anyone who wants you still have to attest to part of the and trans people have with men, population. i activity in the past or a test of being a health care worker or somebody you know, i risk for getting exposed that he says with school beginning he's not overly concerned about younger school children for kids who not sexually active. that is the youngest kids said there's very little evidence that in a general setting in the school, you'll get it. but he is concerned about young adults heading to college campuses. i think the one population that, you know, i think we're all on guard for would be the college population. >> because they are they may not sitting exactly of there's a lot of identity formation of
that time. you know, they may not identifies that population to get the vaccine as of general hospital will be announcing more monkeypox clinic hours as they assess available doses. >> amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> 2 young people are injured in 2 separate shootings in the east bay on friday. police say one miner was sent to the hospital with serious injuries after a shooting on 26th street around 4 in the afternoon. at last check, he is in critical but stable condition. later, police went to the hospital and met with another miner who was being treated for gunshot wounds. that shooting happening near 73rd avenue and holly street. the 2 shootings are still under investigation tonight. >> 5 minors were arrested after sending police on a chase in oakland this weekend. police say officers saw a car driving recklessly near 90th avenue and international boulevard. this is video of the scene coming from the citizens app. the car matched the description of one
reported in a carjacking hours earlier, officers tried to pull over this vehicle, but the miners inside drove off leading them on a chase. the car eventually stopped on 100th avenue and those miners and ran into a nearby creek. police caught up with them, though they were all arrested and later released to their parents. determined that vehicle was not involved in that initial carjacking. and this is all still an ongoing investigation and the north bay and deadly multi vehicle crash causes roads to close. >> for several hours in napa, this crash happening on highway 29 late last night, a preliminary report shows that one person was driving south in the northbound lanes and hit at least 4 cars that were going northbound. one driver died. 2 others were injured. >> and police in the east, they're asking for your help in searching for a teenage girl. take a good look at your screen. oakland police say 14 year-old natalia perez rivera was last seen around 10, 30 saturday morning near 48th
avenue. opd says she was wearing black sweat pants, black crocs and a gray hooded sweatshirt with an adidas logo on it. natalia is 5 foot 5 inches. she weighs 155 pounds. she has black hair and brown eyes. her family says she's in good, physical and mental shape and she may be going to washington square in san francisco. so if you've seen her up any information on her whereabouts, you're asked to contact oakland pd. >> actress and hey, she is dead after being taken off of life support just a few hours ago, this 9 days after she was injured in a a fiery car crash in southern california. hey, she was declared brain dead on friday but was kept on life support. so her organs could be harvested and donated. detectives say that she had drugs in her system when she crashed her mini cooper into a house, setting it on fire. hey, shoe starred in several films, including donnie brasco and 6 days, 7 nights was 53. fire crews are working to stop
12 lightning caused fires near california's coastline tonight, the nickname 6 rivers, lightning complex, fires burned over 16,000 acres on the humboldt trinity county lines and has prompted several evacuation orders and warnings. one person has been injured, complex fires, only 17% contained at this time. well, those fires are prompting an air quality advisory for san francisco tomorrow. air quality, however, not expected to be unhealthy. but you will see maybe some smoke and some haze out in the skies and you might also be able to smell some of that smoke out there. >> and murray's rodriguez is tracking that smoke for us. even just the words lightning complex fire brings me back. obviously, just a couple years ago. but i need 20 at what we forget it was august 2. so i'm like right around this time. and i know we've got some hot days coming up as well. so a lot to talk about here. yeah, a lot. so we don't have a spare the air alert, but we do have that air quality advisory in effect all day tomorrow
because of those lightning complex fires just west of redding. and it's those northerly winds that's going to help. >> increase our temperatures and they're going to peak on tuesday. so those job, low winds going to push that smoke and ash into the bay area. and so those of you with any pulmonary or respiratory issues, please limit outdoor activity as much as you can like. dan mentioned, it's not expected to exceed unhealthy air particle levels, but it is still going to be on the moderate side. so just a heads up there. please limit your outdoor activity as much as you can. and it's also going to be hot as well. so try to stay away from the heat, especially for those of you in our warmest inland valleys. tracking moderate air particles right now. and that's going to continue for you at the start of your workweek monday as well. in addition to that hot temperatures heading our way. so we have not one but 2 excessive heat watches going to go into effect starting tuesday morning for the eastern portion of the bay area. specifically most of our inland valleys, not the east
bay shoreline. that's going to be excluded because of that cool sea breeze. but all those areas shaded in red, you are going to be under an excessive heat. watch starting tuesday morning through tuesday night because of temperatures it about 105 degrees or less for those of you in solano county, you're going to have your own separate excessive heat. watch that one is going to start tuesday morning through friday. and that's because overnight lows just going to cool down into the 60's and 70's so little to no relief during the overnight hours. but daytime highs tomorrow as well, going to be even hotter up to 110 degrees. also going to track a possible threat of monsoonal moisture that could spark pop-up thunderstorms and that threat of dry lightning tuesday night into wednesday morning in the bay area. you're full work week forecast coming up in just a few minutes, dan and well, back to you. all right, thanks a lot the raiders call las vegas home now. but we know. >> but that hasn't always been the case. that's right. kron forcefully to call spoke with some east bay raiders fans who
say the team's heart still beats in oakland. >> a new city, a change of venue once a raider, always a raider, not a change of heart. i love my team. i really do from thick through thin and thinner. we are now the las vegas raiders. >> that's where the heart is always will be a raiders the matter where they're playing plane on a barge. i wouldn't care. and for the silver and black relationship with the raiders is for eternity. last year i went to 2 this scheduled to go to 3 games, one of biggest one in new orleans and one in jacksonville the week before the raiders play their second preseason game. more than a dozen members of the original oakland raiders. boost work. love me. that carries hoff brough in san leandro. they discussed the schedule where they intend to watch games as a group for the season and bounce road game. travel plans off one another. i was very ill at one time and they were there for me. they prayed for
me with family, take care of each of ones in trouble. >> and we share our stories back again andktailgate for >> the nominee for decades. this group minute ricky sports bar in town, but they, too, are on the road now since the famed bar closed during the pandemic, the allure of joining the group is evident by the ad stirs who show up for them. raiders players and personnel after games or during the week. the kinship has been real to rader gear all over the world. and i think we can >> safety. see some with you're on the you're going to be immediate friends. that's a breakdown. a lot of barriers. and 2, i think greater fans recognize that every where the raiders may have swapped zip codes again. but the franchise is more than just a name. it's a lifestyle and it's been fully embraced. >> you can open and down. the originals have been subscribed to vegas in an oakland native
i followed very closely and took a lot of pride. you know, they say the oakland raiders and now, you know, it's still a lot of pride, even though their last oakland, los angeles, las vegas, regardless of where the raiders call home raider nation will follow in san leandro fleet of all kron. 4 news. >> of course, the raiders will play their 3rd preseason game on saturday. they'll be taking on the dolphins at miami's hard rock stadium. and we here at kron 4 have all the action coverage starts at 03:30pm, immediately followed by raiders post-game lives. so tune in. >> alright, straight ahead. his city to the east holding a garlic festival reminiscent of a south bay tradition will take you there. >> plus, author salman rushdie on a long road to recovery tonight after being brutally attacked on stage. we have the very latest on this commission. and a man plowed his car through a crowd of people leaving one dead and many injured. >> then kills another person soon thereafter. what we're
>> welcome back. 9.15, on this sunday night and we're following developing news out of pennsylvania where one person is dead and 17 others are injured after a car plowed through a crowd. it happened last night in berwick. tons of people gathered there to raise money for victims of a deadly house fire that killed 10
people earlier this month. police say after the suspect drove through the crowd, he then beat a 56 year-old woman to death. less than a mile away. we're learning tonight that woman was his mother. 24 year-old adrian reyes is in jail tonight facing 2 counts of homicide. no word on a motive behind either of the crimes at this time. >> in washington, a man is dead after police say he drove his car into a barricade near the capital. this happening around 4 o'clock this morning, police say is the man got out of his car. it became engulfed in flames. authorities say the man then started shooting several bullets into the air as police were approaching and then he shot and killed himself. police say the man didn't seem to be targeting any members of congress, but he did have a criminal history in the past decade. they are not releasing his name at this time. >> closer to home. thousands of kaiser mental health professionals in northern california are getting ready to walk off their jobs this week. some of the reasons include high workloads and
excessive wait times for patients who are seeking treatment. kron four's gayle ong has details. >> kaiser permanente. mental health, clinicians and supporters spent sunday afternoon preparing signs at the union of healthcare workers headquarters in every bill and of an open ended strike beginning monday. we want our patients to get the they care. kathy raise a licensed clinical social worker at kaiser in walnut creek. she's one of the thousands who plan to walk off the job will out as long as it takes is a crisis right now health with kaiser. >> and we are we're the place now where we are. we know that it's now it's time to do it. now they have to step up and and reach out and cover their patients. the strike involves more than 2000 mental health workers like psychologists, therapists and social workers. according to union negotiations with kaiser ended saturday with executives rejecting union proposals to increase staffing and long waits for mental health
therapy appointments. >> kaiser responded to the planned strike in a lengthy t, despite all that we are doing, we like others are challenge to meet the demand and no more must be done. we are focused on continuing to find new ways to our members and patients mental health needs and company has plans are in place to meet members. mental health needs. >> gray who has been with kaiser for 30 years says the time away from patients will be a short term issue. it's a catch. 22 is not, you know, we care about our patients. we want them to have here. here. >> and if we don't step away to show you that it's a crisis they want they want to deal with a long time the mental health workers will walk picket lines from 06:00am to 02:00pm on monday in san francisco, san jose, fresno and sacramento >> reporting in emeryville, gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> take a look at this. crews in the north bay rescuing an injured hiker in a remote area this morning. this is video of that rescue that came from the
sonoma county sheriff's office miss happening near clear lake in lake county. crews say that he was suffering from a serious medical condition. they were eventually able to find him, bring them up into the helicopter and then eventually took him to the hospital. >> do you want to get you a check now of your 4 zone forecast taking a live look at the transamerica pyramid tonight. it's cool out there, right? here comes joy tomorrow morning. it's going to be warm when you wake yeah. and just downright hot. already. starting tuesday morning, dan well, especially for the eastern half of the bay area, as you can see, the coast and east bay shoreline excluded hpfrom this excessive heat. watch. but for those of you inland, make sure to stay cool. stay hydrated. because starting tuesday morning, we're already going to start to see temperatures ramp up and it's going to continue for those of you in solano county. >> through friday. so let's
take a look at our drought monitor map. the one thing really working in our favor are the semi calm. winds were not under any red flag warnings, meaning imminent fire danger, but we're still under severe drought. so let's be safe out there. bay area, especially in the coming days with these hot weather conditions heading our way. in fact, we've been tracking them all weekend long in today. no exception, 5 to 10 degrees above average. so a little bit warmer than where we were yesterday with livermore in concord trying to flirt with those triple digit numbers. but tomorrow you're going to be at or near it to start your work week. monday. temperatures out there right now for concord. finally feeling some relief. 79 degrees after warming up to 97 degrees earlier this afternoon, dublin and livermore. very pleasant temperatures in the mid 70's. but still on the mild side as well as san jose out of the 70's and finally cooling down to 67 degrees with downtown san francisco in the low 60's. thanks to that shallow marine layer that cool sea breeze returning with the widespread mid to upper 60's. for those
of you in our north bay valleys. point raise, though, along the coast. 58 degrees. if you want relief head to the beach because that's going to be your safest kulis bad. if you want to escape this upcoming heatwave live look outside from the east bay over berkeley tracking hazy skies out there. that's going to continue through tomorrow. but very nonexistent marine layer. and that's just an indicator of just how hot it's going to get. but it is going to be our saving grace along the coast and east bay shoreline. that's why you're not going to be under an excessive heat. watch for the coming days. but temperatures about 5 degrees above average. nonetheless, with overnight lows tonight, upper 50's to low 60's for most of the bay area. antioch, though, the mall, the city at 66 degrees and temperatures tomorrow. triple digits for those of you in concord and antioch. and even santa rosa nevado mid-nineties for your afternoon highs with the valais what 93 degrees. oakland, 82 degrees to start your work week monday with downtown san francisco in the mid 70's. and remember, it's going to peak on tuesday that some are going to see
widespread excessive heat watches for solano county and most of our inland valleys. it's going to get hot and little relief for much of this upcoming week. not until this upcoming weekend. when we finally cool down to where we should be for this time of year. so. pack your patience to hydrated. 88 to cool off, right? i don't have air conditioning. places. i know that's the worst waking up in the middle of the night knowing that it's going to be and then you turn on the fan of the hot air is just get out of the showers already sweat and i feel like we're just arriving at an is now so sorry about only the messenger. thank you. >> all right. well, it is been a long, strange trip. yeah. san francisco stern grove festival closing out its 85th season today with phil lesh. he was best known for his 30 years as the bass guitarist for the grateful dead to the bay area. native headlining
today's big picnic, a fundraising event. it helps keeps the concerts free as well as sponsor community outreach programs here in the bay area. >> you know, i think we just feel honored to be able to deliver free music for the people. 5 out of her 10 shows were legendary bay area artists. we have taj mahal too short, it was just terrific season. >> well, today was the first time in less should actually played for free in the bay area. and more than 30 years. just ahead, we're going to take a closer look at how police officers, the east bay are getting kids ready for the new school.
>> welcome back. as more bay area students gear up for the first day of class this week, many of them are still without school supplies. so livermore police decided to help out this weekend by hosting a school supply drive. kron four's camila barco. but there. >> donated some color, pencils, a simple donation like color. pencils is making a huge difference for students in livermore. think this is a wonderful program. police to >> you can see they put up to try win in that. it's a mobile someone, not how ball helped stuff. this livermore police cruiser. >> with school supplies, its contributions are now helping hundreds of kids have what they need for the first day of school. we usually get more than what we need, which is great because then we end up
donating the rest school resource officer aren't. rosa says the program started years ago after learning about the need for backpacks in the community. some children didn't have school supplies when school began. >> so we figured out that if we could drug donations and get them out, we're more than happy to be a part of this community project. this weekend. they collected hundreds of school supplies which will be given to livermore students. >> who need it the most? for example, kids who are in the horizons, family counseling program that offers diversion programs for kids and teens who've been affected by law enforcement. what we offer is a long-term solution for families so they can get the help that they need. >> hopefully some of the domestic problems. rosa says the program often works with people in underserved communities. but with the help from people in the livermore community, dozens of kids can start school on the right foot. you can see the parents just, you know, relieved that they don't have to go out and purchase. one more thing officers are going to sort through the supplies they collected this weekend and
given to students in need just in time for the first day of school on august 23rd in livermore, camila barco kron. 4 news. >> coming up, a shooting scare sends passengers into a frenzy at an airport in las vegas. we've got the very latest details. plus opposition to safe injection sites continuing to grow here in california. >> we're hearing from both sides of the issue. >> and there's a slight chance of pop-up thunderstorms in the bay area in the coming days and for this year as well more my full forecast in just a few minutes.
>> welcome back. now at 9.30, the fate of a bill that would legalize safe injection sites in parts of the state, including oakland and san francisco is now in the hands of governor gavin newsom. state capitol correspondent eytan wallace spoke with supporters and opponents. >> who have very different demands of gavin newsom. >> time is running out for the governor to make a decision on this bill. a bill supporters say will help people battling addiction. but one opponents argue will only make matters worse. >> we're looking at the reality on the ground in several california cities. the visual views needles along sidewalks and the streets serving as a reminder of rampant drug use impacting some of the state's most populated areas. but backers behind the proposal senate bill. 57 say the bill would help those who are battling addiction by creating safe
injection sites where drugs can be used under get the drug use off the streets. we need to get people into treatment and we need to save people's lives. democratic assemblymember matt haney of san francisco co authored the bill, a bill that already passed both chambers of the legislature and now is sitting on the governor's desk as part of the proposal. the injection site will be part of a 5 year pilot program in the city of oakland, the city and county of los angeles and the city and county of san francisco. it's all about saving lives, which most important. it's also about getting this open air off of the streets, getting people help getting people connected to our neighborhoods, our cities. >> under siege. he says the concept has worked in other parts of the country, but others including democratic assembly member jim cooper, who will soon take over as the criminal county sheriffs say the sites will only hurt the people who need help just really going down the wrong road. >> well, it may sound good. it doesn't work. injection sites do have a magnet effect. why?
because annex know the dealers are going to be there so they can purchase their product. and they operate and really feeling that it's a love that it's a free zone and that makes causes irretrievable tragedy. at a thursday press conference, the governor was asked whether he will sign the bill that's on your desk. i just found out yesterday so i haven't a chance the governor has 10 days to either sign the bill into law. >> or veto it reporting here at the california state capitol. a tall wallace kron. 4 news. >> all right. now to the latest on the wildfires burning near the california oregon border. 3 fires continue to burn but are all very close to being fully contained. the largest one, the mckinney fire in siskiyou county is now. 95% contained. it's burned over 60,000 acres. the fire has killed 4 people, including a longtime u.s. forest service employee, the yeti and the alex fires to the west of the mckinney fire.
they're continuing to burn as well. they're both 90% contained and had burned a combined nearly 8,000 acres. >> with that, we do want to talk just a little bit about how hot we're going to get here and that fire danger that it presents as well. murray's rodriguez, a lots issues in the east bay that to say the least rated even for those of you in the south and east, we actually have a slight chance of pop-up thunderstorms because the monsoonal moisture. >> that could bring us that threat of dry lightning. not what we need at all, especially with this heat wave that's already starting going to peak on tuesday. so we do have hot temperatures in store for us tuesday morning, mainly for the eastern portions of the bay area, specifically the valleys, the mountains and hills of the north bay and east bay. you're all included in this excessive heat. watch for those of you in solano county. it's going to continue through friday where you could see temperatures as hot as 110 degrees. but for most of the
bay area, especially the eastern half that i just showed you upwards of 105 degrees. so severe weather heading our way. let's take a live look outside san francisco international airport. we are seeing some marine layer influence in that return of the cool sea breeze. but overall, very dry, calm conditions, at least for now. but we are going to notice an increase in moisture with monsoonal moisture. in fact, just south and east of hawthorne. you're already starting to notice pop-up thunderstorms and a lot of instability there. so we are going to notice more of that muggy, tropical feel tuesday through wednesday. and that's when we're going to have our chance of possible pop-up thunderstorms starting tuesday night through wednesday morning for us here in the bay area. but mainly for areas south and east. so the south bay and east bay, you're the ones who do have the highest chance out of everyone. futurecast for though, going to show dry and calm. start for those of you in this year. temperatures in the mid 80's. but for the mountainous areas of this year, you are going to see pop-up scattered
thunderstorms tuesday and wednesday of this upcoming week. but for the valleys, you're going to stay dry. partly cloudy skies on tuesday and wednesday, as that was mid-level monsoonal clouds start to form tuesday. but temperatures out there right now for your bay area forecast 50's and 60's along the coast. still in the 70's as you make your way inland with concord trying to flirt with 80's about a 30 degree difference for those of you in our coolest coastal cities right now. >> 58 degrees for pacifica. 56 for point raise in the north and temperatures triple digits for concord and antioch tomorrow and mid 90's. for those of you in santa rosa nevado and even valais as well. little relief along the coast. 70's for the san francisco peninsula coastline and the heat is on tuesday. 5 to 15 degrees above average with near average highs not returning until this upcoming weekend. back to dan and well. risa. thank you. award-winning author salman rushdie on the road to recovery tonight after
being stabbed at a lecture in upstate new york. his agent says although he's able to speak and he's off the ventilator, his recovery is going to take some time. the going to take some time. the offer suffering from an damage, the liver and severed nerves in his arm. and i which he's likely to lose saturday. 24 year-old how tar pleaded not guilty. 2 attempted murder and assault charges connected to this. prosecutors called the attack, quote, targeted unprovoked and preplanned. investigators are still trying to determine a motive. meanwhile, panic and chaos at an airport in las vegas this morning after a false report of a shooting. we have some video that eas posted to twitter showing passengers running unchecked through airport security gates, las vegas metropolitan police say a loud noise in terminal one at the harry reid international airport startled some passengers. the noise, though, is believed to have been caused by an unruly visitor who is now in custody. all this chaos started earlier this morning. they was
reported around 05:00am. at least 41 people are dead and at least 14 others injured after a fire rips through. >> a coptic church in egypt today. here's a look inside of that church is now being called one of the worst fire tragedies in the country in recent years. officials say the blaze broke out in an air conditioner on the second floor of the building after an electrical short circuit congregants were worshiping when that fire broke out. >> now to the very latest on the war in ukraine, ukrainian president zelensky is calling on russian citizens to speak up against russian action in ukraine in his nightly address. zelenskyy said those who remain silent are also complicit the russian military said today troops have taken full control of a settlement in kharkiv. those claims could not be independently verified. meanwhile, zelenskyy also mentioned european union proposals to limit russian nationals access to tourist
visas. a group of 5 lawmakers from the united states landed in taiwan today just 12 days after house speaker nancy pelosi enraged china with her own trip to the self-governing island. democratic senator ed markey of massachusetts led this delegation. >> the trip was not announced beforehand. the lawmakers are scheduled to meet with taiwan's senior leaders to discuss relations between the 2 countries. those issues that are expected to be talked about include regional security, trade and investment. the chinese government objects to taiwan having any official contact with foreign governments, particularly with a high ranking congressional leader like nancy pelosi. >> new research shows climate change could impact one 3rd of the foods we eat. international scientists warning about declining rates of pollinators like bees, butterflies and bats. those species pollinate our fruits, vegetables and other plants that make up a large portion of our food supply. they say losing those critical populations could mean losing some of those critically
important foods. scientists say the drought has played the biggest role on those species. >> all right. well, the spiritual successor to the gilroy garlic festival took place this weekend in stockton. it was called the california garlic festival which took over san joaquin counties fairgrounds and featured many of the same vendors from the canceled south bay event. it also included the new cali garlic ally with dishes like the famous garlic fries in the lesser known maple brown, sugar, garlic ice cream. also on the offer where carnival rides monster truck rides a petting zoo and a classic car show. >> if you are looking for a seafood spot. kron four's vicki liviakis has one for introducing us to an option on today's diamond dish. >> this charming roadside stop along the water here in marshall is a big draw to
seafood lovers. this is tony seafood for 3 generations. tony's has served up. locals and tourists, seafood and salty stories from local fishermen. nowadays, it's refreshed and run by a nearby hog island. joe will meet and greet you out front. we do have a lot of people just drive by. >> we're doing our trip up they didn't really plan ahead. >> so we do save a lot of tables for walking. these folks from massachusets came all the way here for the grilled here. the way to go yet barbecues. the tony's bbq has like a huge following. so that's something that still on menu here. still the same recipe from what they're doing before this creamy clam chowder and fish and chips, fish tacos. all whole lot of just drinks in oysters for people coming here, fish and chips as one of our best do a lot of fish and chips from here. people love the fried fish and chips. >> and check out this full of local rock with calabrian
chili flakes. it gives grab a real run for its money. ask these oyster shoppers who the real stars are. you won't get much are stars of the show? you know, you believe it. >> in marshall, vicki liviakis kron, 4 news. >> live in sanford r d live in san francisco on. how are you thinking about buying a dog? well, it could be something to consider, according to a study done by smart asset. the city ranks 9th in the top 10 for the most dog-friendly cities in the country. the study says that san francisco is the most walkable and has the 5th highest number of dog parks per capita. they're also over 200 dog-friendly restaurants and for dog-friendly shopping centers in the city. now you're probably wondering who was number one? well, that was actually st. petersburg, florida. stay with u.s.. sports is coming up.
>> and now kron 4 sports. >> it may be a long shot, but the giants are still in the nl wild card race with about 6 weeks left in the season. today they look to finish off a series sweep of the pittsburgh pirates and there's logan webb. he pitched a gem yesterday. alex wood looking to do his part today. a guy who has done more than his part. this series islam outweigh junior. he went laurie art last night and does
so again today to put the giants up 4 to nothing. but the pirates. they fought back down 5 to 3 in the 5th. former giant bryan reynolds goes deep to center to give the pirates a 6 to 5 lead. just like that. bottom of the 7th now runners on the corners, brandon crawford hits a bloop to shallow center. they rule this one a hit. not sure they would have done that in pittsburgh. no one can get to it. wilmer flores scores and we've got ourselves a tie game. bottom of the 9th now giants down a run with one on estrada. he said, let's go home any. wins the game one swing of the bat. you love a good walk off on sunday. giants win it. 87. they sweep the 3 game set with the pirates. and the a's they were in houston. taking on dusty baker in the astros. bottom of the first astros switch hitter, alex bregman rips the ball to left and in
the words of n sync. bye. bye, bye. i'm not going to sing it. but that was a banger back in the day after his lead to nothing in the second 2 on 2 out for jose out to bay. skies. a shot to left off the bottom of the fence. both runners come into scoring. it's like that is 4 to nothing stros. now. how about this stat in the series? houston had 20 hits and 18 rbi with 2 outs. talk about shoot yourself in the foot, not getting out of an ending into 6. catcher christian vazquez goss, a blooper to left and that will bring home another run 5, nothing. houston just piling it on. and then in the 8th, the a's on life support. nick allen rockets. this one to left field his second home run of the season. but it just was not enough. the a's could not get a victory in houston. they lose 63. the astros sweep that 3 game series. the a's back at it tomorrow against
the rangers. we have some preseason football today. the raiders hosted the vikings, derek carr and davante adams looking on from the sidelines. they didn't play start of the second raiders up 3 to nothing. jarrett stidham can't find an open man. so he says i will do it myself. first, touchdown of the day for the raiders that extends the lead to 10 3rd quarter. nick mullens and now the former 40 niner. well, fine dj turner up the middle. and he turns that into a 34 yard touchdown. extra point, though, no good 16 to 6. let's go to the 4th 3004th and goal for vegas and they capitalize here. britain, brown. barrels his way in allegiance stadium loving it. 45,000 people on hand for preseason game. you know their hype out in las vegas for this team. a couple minutes later. raiders with the sack right there. to sean bowers. sac
sean mannion and that would do it. the raiders they go on to win this one. 26 to 20. all righty. that will do it for sports. time now to get your checking your 4 zone forecast. taking a live look at downtown san francisco. all lit up nice and dry tonight. looks nice. >> feels kind of nice out there. but hey, it's going to >> going to warm up. but what's look like at the ballpark recent? yeah, let's stick with that. ford seemed anna know. well, taking a look at your game day forecast of the giants face off against the diamondbacks. first pitch 6.45. still going to be in the low 70's? remember downtown san francisco going to warm up into the mid 70's. so it's still going to be a mild night at oracle park. and we're going to see winds out of the southwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. so a cool sea breeze will bring some much needed relief for all of you attending the game. let's take a look at the excessive heat
watches because we have 2 of them. the first one going to go into effect for the inland valleys, mainly in the east bay and north bay. so really just the eastern half of the bay area's going to be impacted temperatures by tuesday could reach a scorching 105 degrees. but for those of you in solano county, the excessive heat watch is going to continue from 30 tuesday morning through friday. and that's because you could see temperatures as hot as 110 degrees. little relief during the overnight hours. so that's why you're going to have york says if you watch extended for the next couple of days after tuesday because 60's and 70's will be your overnight low. so little to no relief during the overnight hours. but temperatures along the coast out there right now for your sunday night, cooling down into the mid 50's for most of our bay area beaches, about 20 degrees cooler than conquered at 79 degrees. still flirting with 80's. even at this near 10 o'clock hour dublin, 72 degrees with a little more in the mid 70's
and widespread 60's for those of you in the north bay. but temperatu es tomorrow going to hit the century. mark for concord and antioch near triple digit heat for livermore at 98 degrees. santa rosa and avato in the mid-nineties as his vallejo. but if you want relief head to the beach because even our beaches are going to be about 5 to 10 degrees above average half moon bay only cooling down to 70 degrees with downtown san francisco in the mid 70's. taking a look ahead at your next 7 day forecast. the heat is on tuesday, 5 to 15 degrees above average little relief through this upcoming workweek. but finally going to cool down to exactly where we should be by next weekend. back to you, dan and well. thank you. we'll be well. thank you. we'll be right back after the break. hold on... you're a night manager and mom. and the bill payer, baker, and nightlight maker? that's a lot. so, adding “and student” might feel daunting. but what if a school could be there for all of you? career, and family and finances and mental health.
welcome back. a new compact electric cars promising the convenience of a motorcycle with the safety features. >> and comforts of the car. yeah, it's not on the market just yet. and this new ev. >> may give other electric cars a run for their money. rich demuro has more on this cost-effective compact in tonight's tech smart. a new electric vehicle combines the versatility of a scooter with the fun of the motorcycle and the safety features of a car. it's called the new miss one. and it could be an easier way to get around crowded city streets. >> electric cars make way for wow. that mean israel than in this one is a smaller, more
nimble. take on the e v 2 wheels in the front. one in the back. it looks cooler. the minimalist vehicle has a footprint more like a motorcycle, making it easier to maneuver in urban areas. cars are very inefficient and they're big and expensive. >> hard to find parking kind of, you know, cause congestion as well. one unique aspect this ev self balances. you can definitely feel the programming of this car. keeping it steady balance among the first to test drive a prototype. that's a fair. >> things are still being worked but temporary corks. don't detract from an impressive start invest can go up to 50 miles an hour and gets just under 100 miles on a charge. we can definitely feel the programming of this keeping it steady 20 to turn, which is pretty unique time going. 26 miles an hour right
now. i've got 96 miles left. there are 4 removable batteries. she can bring them inside to charge or just plug into a wall. no fancy dapter necessary. and the handling is great. once they refine this just a little bit more, you can tell that you're going to have blast navigating city streets on this thing. other features contribute to a comfortable ride like heat and see a small back seat, luggage rack and led these that can display messages a tiny take on a green like a bike motorcycle, which takes, you know, years of experience to be able to write very well. we make it so that anybody can get into the vehicle and drive it right away. and so that was challenging to there's even a built-in cell phone holder and i love that feature. >> then this one will cost $10,000 or the rent it for about $200 a month. the company expects to make first deliveries next year. all right. learn more. you can go to my website rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you
are tech smart. >> i like that. it can send little message is it's kind of cool. speaking of tech, the days of green or blue eye messages may soon be coming to an end google has launched a new website aimed at convincing apple to join them and fixing text messaging between iphone and android smartphones. i like this idea right now both apple and google use their own separate messaging systems. they're both supercharged. those cyst. they both supercharged those systems allowing users to share higher quality images, read receipts and other things. but those features only work properly when they're being shared on the same system. this can sometimes cause blurry videos. broken group chats and missing read receipts when iphone users and android users are messaging each other. google says this all has led to peer pressure and bullying in favor of i'm messages and iphones.
so i guess we'll see what happened. yeah, i have one brother who has an android phone and it messes up our family so that's what it's like. i don't really care about like the colors of the message is quality of what's been video and different groups that it's just too joined users, android users. they are very like. >> ups us with their phones at all. yes, i've got iphone used to i out. we'll be right back for properties that ended just a few there.
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