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for a few spots in the north bay. so definitely a little bit of a shock to you as you're getting outside, at least for many of us closer to the bay and the coastline inland areas are still holding on to some comfortable staff right now, a cooling tower. we do have a little bit of low cloud cover and fog hanging on, but brighter and brighter. scar skies pushing through currently pockets of dense fog near the coast and even in the bay watch out for a few areas of low visibility and also a few wet spots on roads after some misty drizzly conditions at times this morning, 2 remaining heat advisories, solano county and lee county seeing those heat advisories through tomorrow. 08:00pm actually right now it's 50's for most of the bay area. a few 60's i mention from san jose double in livermore over to concord, pittsburgh. you're at 71 by far the warmest spot. well, petaluma and nevado some of our cooler areas at 52 55 degrees. drive up the road to kelsey bill and you'll be at 74. so a little bit of variety in temperature already. and
we'll continue to see that this afternoon with an inland warm-up of all those details. still to come john, thank you for will we still have that fog advisory across the golden gate bridge >> and as a result of that drive times are going up about 33 minutes to make it from 37 to the tolls at this hour. the bay bridge 20 minute mason, the free must ex. we had an quickly. we're able to get that off of the bridge. that was right near the toll plaza. so that's not causing any delays this morning about 21 minutes. a 80 to one via the san mateo bridge. let's go ahead ano check on your commute along one. 0, one. 50 minutes. traveling up from 85 to menlo park darya. james, back to you. thanks. a lot of do on our developing story this morning. investigators in contra costa county say there are going to be no additional charges. >> in the alexis gabe murder case. yeah. gabe's family met with the district attorney yesterday. we covered that for you. they believe the mother of gabe's ex-boyfriend help cover up her murder. >> and they wanted prosecutors to file charges. however,
investigators say they don't have enough evidence to establish that she knew her son murder gabe or helped him afterwards. despite the setback gave his parents say they are still optimistic they will one day find their daughter's body. >> we are going to find alexis when we find alexis, we're going to have some more answers to the manner in which she was killed. that is going to give us further tools in order to assess who else may be chargeable. >> the da's office says that finding alexis's body could be the start to getting her family. the justice they deserve. the 23 year-old woman from oakland went missing back in january. >> time now is to the contra costa county district attorney has charged a 17 year-old with murder for his involvement in a shooting that happened at a 24 hour. fitness in brentwood. it was an argument after a basketball game that turned into a shooting in the parking lot. one person was killed and 3 others weri injured. the da
says the teenager was one of 2 suspects detained and later arrested on august. 11th during the early stages of the investigation. the second person was released after investigators determined that he was not a shooter. the 17 year olds name is not being released because of their age. authorities say the case remains an active homicide investigation. >> well, new this morning in the north bay, a mountain lion spotted in rohnert park near a school. it was the scene of an area it was should say in the area of copeland creek trail, which is right near rancho, a kentucky high school police were unable to find it. they say to use stay aware of your surroundings while you're walking, especially if you have pets or children. >> time now is 8, 0, 3 and something that might throw a wrench into your visit at the hospital. a strike at the kaiser permanente facility going in today for this involves mental health workers. they've been on the picket line since monday. they want better working conditions with kron four's will tran following their story for us. joining us live now from redwood city morning. well,
>> day 4 is bigger than day one. and what i mean by that is on day one. it was san francisco, san jose fresno and sacramento. but now we are in redwood city, just one of many locations added to the list strikers because there are not happy with kaiser. they're looking for more staffing. they have already knocked out the issue when it comes to pay. but they're hoping for more staffing so they can do more work with their patients and spend more time with them in san francisco. we saw them bright and early at 6 o'clock in the morning and this is indefinite. this will go on until they reach a deal. so this happens every day from 6 o'clock in the morning until 2 o'clock in the afternoon. and of course, caught in the middle of all this are the kaiser permanente patients. here's matt can. and one of the strikers here at redwood city. your reaction? no deal. and it looks like both sides are still not back at the bargaining table. well, it's definitely frustrating that things have gotten to the
point that we had to go on strike at all kinds of psychiatry is in crisis. we have pointed this out to kaiser for many years. we have demanded more resources. we have demanded a sustainable work environment kaiser has refused to what do you tell the patients? i'm sure. >> they're sympathizing with you, but they have their own needs and they're the ones caught in the middle of all of this. we tell the patients that they should always put their mental health care first, but that we're fighting for the best mental health care system that they deserve and that they should have been very good. take a look at your screen. we reached out to kaiser and they offered their responses. well, they're not going on camera, but this is what they're saying to us. >> they say kaiser permanente has made it known. we are prepared to meet with the union at any time and we'll continue bargaining in good faith. our goal is to reach a fair and equitable agreement and bring this strike and are negotiations to a conclusion. they say that both sides have been trying to work out a deal for more than a year. i've already talked about how the
patients are caught in the middle of all this more than likely non-emergency appointments. they've already been pushed back. if you have any uncertainty call kaiser permanente about your appointment. these workers, they're here today. and then tomorrow they will all rally for a march through downtown oakland with thousands of workers trying to send a message to their employers. back to you. >> all right. thank you very much for updating us. the on their cause. they're well. thank you. >> 8, 0, 6, is the time. and happening now, a new invasive species of mosquito has been found in contra costa this mosquitoes, particularly insidious health officials say getting a bite from one of them. >> could make you sick. that's a lot more than just a bump on the arms. yeah. and more than it. she i guess that's not the problem anymore. cropper says since he's live in gaza, the problem is and actual disease or a sickness or what? >> yeah, i mean, these this species of mosquitoes, they could carry things like or
even give you yellow fever. so it's important that they get this under control. we're here at the contra costa county, a mosquito and vector control district. we're seeing cruises drive out of here. the truck truck after truck going out to do treatments. they may even come to your door if you live near where they first found this species, which was in martinez just south of highway 4 and they want to get this under control, eliminate them so they don't spread to nearby counties. officials say these mosquitoes are very aggressive day biters, making transmit the just talk to you about mosquitoes. they can hide in vegetation and debris. it makes it very hard to find them and eliminate them. so the control district is setting up traps are going door to door. this specific species is not native to california. that's why they call him invasive species and they're originally found in west africa. they've been spreading across the world mostly to tropical areas and they're introduced to travel most commonly when people move in. they bring potted plants from place to place these invasive mosquitoes. their
small hopefully do it close enough to know what they look like. but they have black bodies with white stripes. let's take a look at some tips from the control district. they just they're telling everyone to toss out any amount of standing water and these mosquitoes eggs can stick to surfaces. so after dumping out that water, whatever you dug that water out of scrub that surface, whether it be a bird bath container or an outdoor pet addition pots, anything like that scrub the surface after you dump that water out and report any day biting mosquito bites that you may get to the county mosquito and vector control district. and we're here at their offices in concord. coming in the 9 o'clock hour, we'll have a live interview and we'll get more tips from you. more details about this because dari james, i know you guys have a lot of questions. i do, too. i get bit like crazy. so i want to make sure we know every detail. so tune in for that 9 o'clock. yeah. their way when you get the bite. >> can you spot like, you know, is that away their way to distinguish that bite
versus any others? you know, but i'd like to know that. yeah, interesting. okay. i also appreciate the tip about the cleaning up dog robbing us because i don't do that. and i think to do that either. so, thank you very much, tara, good tippers thing will get more for you, ok? thank you, sir. learning so much. all right. also happening now in the east bay, students are headed back to class inhaler. they are. yeah, happy story here with the district expanding programs and in some cases, even remodeling schools over the summer, which is fun for both the teachers and the students who have proffers camila barco in hayward to explain high camila. >> good morning. you yeah, we are here at winton middle school at this school. sure knows how to kick off a new school year. take a look. we got here leaders and the fact that the playing and we even have some as kids are getting dropped off here for the day of school. the brand new school year. the covid protocols have eased and like daria and jane said district has been a lot of time renovating take a look. here
is what crews have spent the summer doing. the district has had more than a dozen school. >> renovated across the district. you're looking at winton middle school when students walk in this morning, we'll see new paint landscaping and a new performing arts as far as the youngest kids in the district. well, they're going to be entering brand new buildings. and that's because the hayward unified school district has added. >> big new free schools this year. the district has also built 3 modern steam buildings at its high schools to give students. >> science lab maker spaces and breakout rooms. but aside from the construction hayward, it's also expanding its a youth enrichment programs at all of the elementary school site. this will provide before after and summer school program. kindergarten through 6th grade student. the district is also watching a 3 year later in the program. that includes more inclusive content representing the diverse identities of the
school district. and lastly, the district is working on its 47 million dollar performing arts center at high school. that's being funded by taxpayers. it's still being built. it will serve the hayward community and is expected to be done by april 2023. other is going to be newly renovated building. the principal here at middle school says that this year will be more inclusive. >> projects kids will be able to work together in cohorts. and we're excited about that and we'll be able to do things that luncheon have our fun friday activities. and i'm excited abgut school dances as well. >> so we'll have those. >> now again, back out here live. we're taking a look at middle school. the kids being dropped off for the first day of school. we've got some cheerleaders welcoming everyone back and darya. i did speak to the principal. she also tells me that school
dances they're trying to bring those back last year. they had be hosted outside because of covid. we also have to wear masks, but she says that they're aiming to bring the dance is now back inside with out those mask. it's going to be a new exciting school year for a lot of students here at the unified school district. i send it back to you. >> they have balloons and music for school getting off to how about that party? thank you very much. coming great. >> 12 right now. still ahead, the california office of emergency management is partnering up. with california's national guardsman. to create a strike team to battle wildfires will take a look at it. and the new covid variant more and more. they're emerging throughout the worl large out-of-state corporations have set their sights on california. they've written prop 27, to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless. but read prop 27's fine print. 90% of profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless.
>> a 15 for the first time the california office of emergency management is partnering with the california national guard to create a special strike team to fight fires. yeah. exactly. now with how that's going to work? >> when intense flames ripped through 7 california's deserts, northern california's timber and everything in between trained professionals heed the call to save land property and life. and now there's a new prospect ready to fight team blaze. >> we've been working for this. we've been waiting for this and we're ready to go out there. >>ithe national guard brings bodies and they bring experience. so we provide the
fire engines. they provide the soldier, firefighters and were able to put 5 more fire and jones out on the front lines. >> which may make a huge difference in stopping a devastating wildfire. >> team blaze is a strike team made up of 100 guardsman trained to fight fires. and with the help of innovative collaboration and technology, they'll deploy to wild land fires all across the state. this is a strike team, a fire engines and we're building that soldier firefighter team concept. >> team blaze. we use this specialized fleet of type 6 fire engines when deployed across california. thank you. operator off road. >> they operate and that we fully expect the fire to right in the thick of the fire fight. >> and each engine holds for firefighting guardsman who chief marshal says will be highly trained. >> in a wild land fire. your 2
constants are the fuel and the train. the one variable is whether and the firefighter of today. >> absolutely. have to know. >> fire science over 2.5 million acres burned across california last year. exponentially greater than the 200,000 so far this year. but chief marshal says there's always room for innovation and improvement. >> the more firefighters that we can prove on the front lines, the more successful we're going to be. >> as the state aims to tackle natural disasters. those on the front lines now equipped with another tool to keep the land and people we all have the drive to to go and do what's needed to to protect our state. and so we're ready to go. >> it's pretty amazing. this type of it, you know, firefighter that they risk everything to save structures. yeah, it's amazing. say they're ready to go, but let's hope we don't need them to be as active this year as we've seen them in years past. luckily the wildfire season so far knock on wood. if there's
any wood hasn't class. james, it's just like >> of you know what? it's not an plexiglass. yeah. has it been to too terribly bad? yeah. obviously the mckinney fire has been the worst so far. we've had a little bit of smoke in northern california days hasn't been too bad for the area. drought does continue, though. and we're have an update to the drought monitor. of course, drought contributes to all this. when we have a lack of moisture, it just makes conditions more right for wildfires. this was last week. you can see the deeper marine areas. this is exceptional drought, the worst category of much of the central valley was there. our update this week now has all of at least the san joaquin valley back into that exceptional drought category. that's a pretty big deal big for those agricultural regions further inland. as for the bay area, not a lot of change for us still in either is severe in the orange shoes or the extreme. the second worst category and that red hue in far eastern portions of the bay area yesterday was quite
the active start to the day we have the monsoonal moisture which gave us some isolated showers during morning hours. that rainfall has worked its way to the north where it will continue to hang out in northern california and western nevada bay area. we're not going to be in the mix with it today. if you notice wet spots that's for morning mist and drizzle as a result of some of the deep marine layer in the cloud cover that we've had the fog. in other words, high pressure ridge built up for the region, still having its influence on us. chance of thunderstorms for the sierra. we're currently seeing those for the northern tier. the state bay area, not so much central valley, including lake in solano counties in the midst of a heat watch through tomorrow at 08:00pm may not be as hot as we were, but it's still hot for inland spots. 60's for san francisco and the coast. it will be in the 70's to 80's along the bayshore. a nice change of pace from the 90's we had earlier this week and some of the same spots south bay temperatures a little cooler. san jose. you are 90's yesterday today. it's 86 degrees. your warm but not too
warm. at least tolerable union city hayward on up through oakland in the 70's while pleasanton livermore and danville still in the low 90's, vacaville, our hottest spot at 98. well, billy, how officially back in the 70's at 79 today. tomorrow's temperatures around the same as today is if not just a little warmer for friday and saturday, but we'll turn things around and cool down again into sunday and monday with highs only in the upper 80's that our warmest inland and 70's consistently along the bay shore right now. john, thanks for that update. if you are traveling along 80 right now heading from >> leandro all the way down to milpitas is to 37 about 40 minutes for you there. so traffic is certainly picked up in this 8 o'clock hour. a 22 minute ride into the city maze to that fremont street exit. let's go ahead and check on the san mateo bridge. we've been hovering around. 21 to 23 minutes 80 to one '01, 2, things are busy on the peninsula side. you can see that there as you're traveling. 47 min drive. 85 traveling up towards menlo
park to 37 is pretty light at this hour. so is 82 to 80 not seen as many delays along one. 0, one crockett down doors amaze about 31 minutes. and 24 westbound walnut creek down to 5.80, just under 13 minutes. darya. james, back to you. >> thank you very much. 21 is the time and food service workers at sfo are going to be rallying today as they demand better wages and working conditions. this comes after they voted to authorize a strike. so they're taking it up a notch they want the airport to start increasing their pay and improve their health care benefits. you'll notice the rally out at terminal 3. it's set to start at 1 o'clock this afternoon. probably because james, think about this. when they sell a salad, they go that cost more than i make in an hour. >> you know, tonight insult to there. all right. let's talk covid shelley, because the experts are now talking about the different variants that are out there and how they don't want you to let your guard down. they're saying that the covid variant ba 5
may no longer be the dominant strain by this fall because the virus is mutating. a you know, be a 4.6 ba 2 point. >> there's so many different variants there. >> emerging in india now and they're also coming to the u.s. as well. the data still limited. they say at this point they don't seem to make you any more sick. but we do need to know how to protect ourselves. >> the immunity we have from our previous vaccines or boosters are giving is still very good protection against hospitalization and death. >> what they're saying is very important is just to make sure that you are up to date on your shots. and apparently there's more omicron specific booster that's supposed to come out in late september or october. >> in the east bay, you can now schedule an appointment online to get your monkey pox vaccine in contra costa county vaccinations are going to be offered at covid-19 vaccine sites in richmond and conquered previously. you could only request to get an appointment at a yet to be scheduled monkeypox vaccination clinics. and now
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apart. >> arizona scored twice in that inning and went on to win by final 3 to 2. the 2 teams will face each other again this afternoon. 12 45 first pitch out there or the park. all right. as for some better news for them, they were down in texas taking on the rangers. >> it was all tied up in the 4th when sean murphy stepped up to the plate and smacked this one out to center field. his second home run of the night that gave the a's the lead and they would keep adding to that final score. you see it at the bottom of the screen. 72 oakland with the win. >> let's talk football. the forty-niners had their first joint practice of the year. it was a session with the vikings in minnesota leading up to their preseason game in minneapolis and gave trey lance the chance to play in his home state in front of family and friends. >> i'm excited to be you know, kind of obviously settled. and now you get to, i guess, you know, seeing my see some but i mean, it's it's work at this
point. you know, i come out these 2 days of practice should be awesome for us. again. just got to go into another defense. no one on 1, 7, on 7 red zone. everything against another team. >> exciting south of bikers in the niners play this saturday at 4 o'clock. the raiders are always also playing saturday. and we are your radar station. they're in florida, taking on the marlins. >> sorry, the dolphin, bald are. all right. we're going to kick off our day with we get the pre-game got post-game. it all starts saturday. van here. k
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>> 8.29 and do we have plans treason wheels? we've got the airport will hear. there rain is going to do traffic and i called bills and train. john has a cruise ship we to good morning, john. maybe 2 cruise we've heard yes, james's or cruise ship in the cider and there's apparently to import at the embarcadero right now, which is a nice morning to be out there as long as those cruise ship goers have light jackets on like the rest of us should little bit on the brighter side now. but we still do see some low grade hanging out right above, not stopping some of yru from your morning jog right there at the embarcadero. i see some spots a very dense fog near the coastline. and because of that, some misty and drizzly conditions to for some of our coastal areas and also some of our mountain sides. >> near the coast like on the peninsula. aside from that were set for a pretty calm day today, monsoonal moisture that made yesterday. kind of a tricky one as you're getting
out there is not in place today. so don't worry about the showers. we do have a heat advisory remaining for tulsa, lotto and lake counties. also some dense fog advisories near the coast. current temperatures are in the 50's and 60's at least for most of us. brentwood, pittsburgh, kelsey ville among our spots that are already well into the 70's berkeley, oakland and alameda as well. san francisco. don't forget your jackets as you're getting outside in these spots. now we are looking at some fog out there in that has posed a bit of a difficulty in your morning commute for a few spots. reyna that especially true at the golden gate. exactly. we advisory along the golden gate bridge has been there for most of the morning. so if you're traveling there. >> now we're down to 29. in his last time i checked, we read about 35. so we are seeing delays. there are also seeing slight delays heading into the city just 20 minutes, no maze that fremont street exit 30. that's pretty on. probably normally are heading across towards the peninsula. oh, my goodness. almost a 30 minute ride 80 to one o one.
we are busy along the peninsula side richmond center fell. bridge tolls to one o one just under 14 minutes. i asked you guys right before break about cruise ships as you're talking about too soon to go on a cruise or i'm already looking at crews his covid thing for me that i just what i did one and i was like, ok, i'm not so good with the way yeah. >> i think it's probably i think next summer, ok, next all right. we've more comfortable. all right. good to start looking into a all right. thank 32 right now got to tell you about a story. look at this. a san jose bakery robbed at knifepoint. watch as that. look, they come in and they push this worker back. this is at peters bakery off of alum rock avenue. this happened. it wasn't just one guy who came in here was a group of them and the employees were held at knifepoint and then they were asking, where's the money? eventually the robbers found some cash in a storage area. was they made off a less than $1000? and the owner says
other small businesses in that area have also been hit recently. >> there is patrol officer. literally sitting in front of the bakery while this was happening. they were parked in front of the bakery while everything was happening in the back. if they were looking for other break, ins along alum, rock and white road at the time. >> so this bakery is 86 years old and prior to this break in, they have had 2 or 3 burglaries in the last 50 years. >> seems also broke into a community center in san francisco to steal gift cards that were meant to help kids buy school supplies. this was early yesterday morning on clement street in the city's richmond district. the thieves apparently made off with about $5,000 worth of gift cards and several laptops to. >> this is definitely very disappointing to happen, to promise end of the serving the community all using families, especially school, very needy. and then we really hope that the automated we all have to work together to develop some
action plan to prevent it from happening. >> well, the community center says they do have the money to replace the gift cards, but this office, he setting them way back. if you'd like to help them out, you can. we provided the link for you to donate through. on our website at kron 4 dot com. >> 33 is the time in the south bay. san jose. police have arrested a 5th person now accused of being involved in a string of violent home invasion or e invasion robberies. this is one of them from the dash cam. a woman watched as guys rob her and her husband's home on summerdale drive. this was in may. they held the man at gunpoint, robbed him, stole their minivan and then use that minivan in another home invasion. 2 hours later in june, pull police arrested 4 people, including a juvenile who you don't see picture here. but the 5th suspect that they just arrested yesterday is now in these mugshots and his charges. his name is charges include home invasion, robbery, burglary, and false
imprisonment. >> a los angeles rams fan accused of assaulting a forty-niners fan in the parking lot of so fi stadium has pleaded not guilty and he did that at his arraignment yesterday. brian cifuentes who you see here faces one count of battery with serious bodily injury for that january assault. daniel luna, the victim depicted here in this photograph is from oakland. he was put into a medically induced coma because of the head injury he sustained. he woke up about a month later. tough when to us is being held right now on $30,000 bond. he'll be back in court for a preliminary hearing on october 17th. and according to his lawyer, they say they have video evidence showing that stuff when test was not the aggressor in that attack. >> time now is 8.35. and amid a massive rise in reported hate crimes across california state lawmakers are trying to say enough is enough. yeah, democrats, republicans coming together. we have kron four's sacramento correspondent wallace with the story. >> this all taking place here at the capitol just months after the california attorney
general released new data showing statewide hate crimes are the highest they've been. >> and more than 20 years. looking at a show of unity. democrats and republicans alike joining together to make clear they stand firm against hate. hate is not welcome here. >> we really do not have room for hate state lawmakers alongside members of the act against hate alliance, calling for more awareness and tolerance. it comes just about 2 months after attorney general rob bonta released this report showing hate crimes in california went way up between 2020 2021. when the state experienced 1763 reported hate crimes. the highest since 2001 anti-black incidents increased by 12 and a half percent. and tele tino by about 30% and anti-jewish by more tban 32%. you know, g b t q plus community saw a whopping forty-seven 0.8% increase in hate incidents while the asian american and pacific islander community saw the largest increase at more
than 177%. that has really hit home. many of us for state treasurer fiona ma. it's personal. she knows people who are victims of hate crimes and now worries about her own loved ones. it is happening all throughout the to different ages at different locations. and this has to stop just calling on elected leaders to speak out as those here say preaching tolerance is just the start 1963. >> i come here as a graduate student. to america. >> 60 years after ccn immigrated to america from taiwan. he says there's more work to do work that starts with all of us. >> respect love and also bag help fighters help america again. just our response to put >> attorney general bonta stresses he and his office are actively working to combat hate crimes, adding that local da's and city attorneys have incraased the number of hate crime cases. they prosecuted by some 30% reporting here at the california state tom
wallace kron 4 news. >> what a 37. an update now to story. we first brought you wednesday morning. a french bulldog puppy taken from his owner of fremont. 7.11, parking lot has now been reunited. frankie is the name of the dog was taken from the east. and son dale drive back on august. 3rd, he was stolen pwhile his owner was just putting a few simple things into his car. the owner offered $700 for a reward for anybody who would return the dog. unclear if that's inspired whoever it was to bring that puppy forward. but we know that police apparently found it somewhere. owners of the french elsewhere in the bay area say really got to be careful. these dogs are in high demand and clearly people are willing to just steal them to get one. a 38 is the time. we'll take a break. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news as schools are returning to some sort of prepandemic normalcy. >> we can't forget about the mental health of students. this whole experience has really done a number on them.
so we'll have some advice for parents and what they can do to help. and also after the break, a san francisco harley davidson dealership roaring back to life. now after being on the verge of shutting down. californians have a choice between two initiatives on sports betting. prop 27 generates hundreds of millions every year to permanently fund getting people off the streets a prop 26? not a dime to solve homelessness prop 27 has strong protections to prevent minors from betting. prop 26? no protections for minors.
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and providing services and outreach to the students. >> for some of our families, their parents have lost jobs or are they lost loved ones? just it's and it's almost a under heavy, say underwhelming to say there's a lot going on. but there is a lot going on. >> and there's some money to districts across the country using federal pandemic money to hire more mental health specialists. and rolling out new coping tools and expanding curriculum that prioritizes emotional health. it's a 42. we'll be right back. lowe's has what you need to protect and brighten your home. with exterior stains by cabot and paint from hgtv home by sherwin-williams. save at lowe's today.
>> 8.44 and the forty-niners are offering millions of dollars to settle a lawsuit with santa clara over who operates levi stadium. the potential settlement comes as the city councils to their members face investigation accused of accepting gifts from the team kron four's. justin campbell has more. >> settlement details are out. the forty-niners are proposing a 3.3 million dollars cash payment to santa clara to settle an ongoing litigation over who operates levi stadium. they say the deal would allow the city and the team to go back to a successful public private partnership that once existed and wasteful spending on lawyers. but after several hours of a closed door session tuesday night, the city council did not take action on
the proposed settlement. instead, the council members turned their attention to their colleagues. we have 2 council members are under investigation for accepting gifts from the forty-niners. the california fair political practices commission is investigating chahal and karen hurty for allegedly accepting expensive forty-niners football tickets to a game. but despite being under investigation council member to haul and hearty both refused to recuse himself tuesday from voting on a settlement with the forty-niners recusing for the council meetings on such frivolous. >> i think we were on operation or in the city are has issued a selective that this was an operation or 2 pda. >> reporting in santa clara, justin campbell kron. 4 news. well, the golden state warriors have issued a fraud alert for the upcoming nba season as single games. >> a single game tickets go on sale today. so the resale market is about to fire up and
you want to be careful what you buy if it seems too good to be true, it might be a fake ticket. in fact, the team said last year they had to turn away about 500 fans who are holding counterfeit tickets and didn't even know if they get there. >> and they are like, oh, the door, right in the hand and they go sorry, this is fake. and then the questions start happening. you can get your money back up >> the team says the best way to avoid it is to don't buy your tickets from not verified their parties. go with a platform you trust. no, of course, offer their own official website has a secure place to buy your tickets because they're also offering resell tickets on that as well. so that's one thing you can do. i know why was my kids get to get to outside lands? and i thought the same thing. i was like. >> how do you know these days? yeah. there's a lot of people sell tickets and so go to where, you know, coming up with a system, verified onsite ticket a 47 right now the planes are rolling at sfo. it's real, sunny. everything must be on time morning. john. start to get brighter and brighter out there, especially
in this view over the east bay hills. right now, you're getting a good dose of sunshine right above the east bay currently. now we are holding on to a couple of spots of gray. so not necessarily crystal clear for all of us just yet. watch out for passing clouds later in the day to today is a partly cloudy one from start to finish if you are getting outside, i would do so with that jacket in hand near the coast and the sunscreen further inland air quality is not all that bad. so go ahead. get out there. temperatures are way more tolerable than they were earlier this week. we're still hot inland, though. so do still plan on staying clenney hydrated. yesterday. we have morning showers because the monsoonal moisture that energy is shifted to the north and will not be a thing for us in the bay area today. so no worries there. if you have wet spots on roads this morning, it's because of the morning fog. we had and the drizzle and mist that came along with that high pressure still influencing our weather, offering up thunderstorm potential to the sierra nevada, but not for the bay. we are tapping into some inland heat in both lake and solano counties. we have haat
advisories in effect through tomorrow at 08:00pm and it's easy to see why. when you look at all of our temperatures across the bay cool at the coast with some 60's out that direction. not as hot for bayshore cities in the 70's 80's still warm but tolerable, redwood city, a 82 degrees. santa clara, 84 san jose. 86 morgan hill, los gatos, as well as pleasanton and livermore. i'm a nurse but holding on to the 90's. well, san leandro perfect at 75 oakland at 73, our hottest spot being vacaville at 98. while vallejo back in the 70's that 79 today. temperatures for our next several days will still be hot inland with ties getting close to the triple digits on friday and saturday at our warmest kind of like we are in vacaville today. but real relief arrives for inland spots sunday and monday when we'll fall into the upper 80's that are very warmest. bayside cities remain much more comfortable in the 70's with coastal areas in the 60's right now. john, thank you for that. ok? so we do have an
accident. if you are in richmond, 80 westbound just east of mcbride avenue. so we do have some delays, as you can see all the way back up to hercules. and then as you continue going, we just have issues from traffic building as the morning went on. 24. but it right once you finally hit the may's to that fremont street exit. first, you've got to get the long 5, 18, 80. 22 minutes. a 80 to one o one. that's down from 25. last time we checked in. so a few of our delays out there looking at 6.80, dublin to fremont about 24 a t cell to milpitas about. 44 for you there in 18 minutes, 5.80, livermore traveling to dublin darya. james, back to you. thank you very much. rain at 8.50, is the time and it's a motorcycle brand that's been in san francisco for more than 100 years. but >> when the pandemic really took hold of the local economy. the harley davidson dealership came real close. the shutting it all down. but now is kron four's haaziq mod-yoon reports the motorcycle businesses revving back up. >> all right,
>> harley davidson is back in full force here in san francisco. >> harley davidson is one of the oldest friends of the city of san francisco. >> why the prospect of the city losing harley little bit more than losing a motorcycle dealer. it would have been like losing a piece of san francisco history. >> 214 years 115 years. >> san francisco, harley davidson parts and services manager scott ross and says the covid-19 pandemic hit shortly after the new ownership moved to the current location here on mission street and posed a real threat to keeping the doors open. >> in the darkest days, he says going from 17 employees down to just 5 running the entire dealership. >> for some of them, the the pandemic proved to be more they want to deal with and maybe they didn't believe the temperatures go. harley davidson would recover, but he says it did recover the company itself. scott, over a nearly 120 year history. and
so they've been through world wars. so i'm not sure that the pandemic a strong of take us out. well, clearly wasn't right. agreed that were heard davis. >> however, now like a growing number of businesses, the challenges. finding new employees. it's been challenging coming out of the pandemic. >> to get people to want to come to work today. we have 17 and are looking for several more working here at harley davidson's. got roston says means you become part of the longevity of one of san francisco's historic businesses. and one of america's most iconic brands. it's more than just a machine. it's a lif style. it's friends, it's family. it's just it's a feeling you get on a harley. in san francisco as the kron. 4 news. >> nice to see him back. a 52 is the time. we'll be right back.
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>> now the kron. 4 morning news. i'm kaiser workers entering a 4th day of strikes were going to tell you what you need to know if you have an appointment today and big developments in the alexis gabe murder case. new decisions by the prosecutor will bring you up to speed and the forty-niners trying to make good with the city of santa clara will have the deal. they're putting forward to settle the lawsuit. >> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at no. >> and thanks for joining us on this thursday. i'm darya and i'm james. we're starting off this thursday here at 09:00am with fantastic. looking conditions out there. a lot of sunshine now beginning to come planes are taking off and landing every things going on right it's sunny. yes, but not as hot. which is john. yeah. it looks like they're taking advantage of that right now. busy one on the tarmac and a busy one as you're getting outside this morning. hopefully enjoy a little bit of that sunshine and the cool feel right now. >> before we do see things
heating up this afternoon. not quite as hot as we have been, but still enough for some heat advisories for a couple of counties anyways. a look outside at your berkeley hills camera currently showing a lot of those bright skies and just a little bit of fog evident out towards the coastline. fog is blocking out visibility in some spots along highway one. some misty drizzly conditions near the coastline. so if you are heading out the direction, watch out for a few wet spots, otherwise conditions out there are just going to be hot. sunny again today at least for inland areas, solano and lake counties back into some heat advisories back into some 90's later on today. right now we're in the 50's 60's and 70's with livermore dublin, pittsburgh and kelsey ville hanging out in the 70's still nevado oakland at 61, san francisco in timber on at 54. so get your jackets on in the city. worry about the sunscreen elsewhere. thank you for that. ok, if you are traveling along i-80 88, they got an accident here. this is in richmond. >> 80 westbo
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