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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 westbound just east it
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by avenue. so you are seeing delays. just one lane is blocked as you're traveling, locking down is going to get a little under 17 minutes to make that drive. 21 minutes, once you finally reach the maze, traveling into the city to that fremont street exit, the san mateo bridge. 21 a 80 to one. 0, one as you're heading across towards the peninsula and we're checking out that fog. we've seen it across the golden gate bridge. still have that fog advisory in place. 37 to the tolls about 30 minutes story of james. back to you. thank you, rain. it's 91 in our developing story this morning. investigators in contra costa county say they're not going to file additional charges in the murder of alexis. gabe know her family met with the district attorney yesterday because they believe the mother of gabe's ex-boyfriend. >> helped cover up her murder and they wanted charges filed in the end. however, investigators say they just don't have enough evidence right now to establish that the mother knew her son murdered, gave or help them afterwards. despite that setback, gives parents and the prosecutors in this case are
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optimistic they will find her 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 oakley went missing back in january. timernow is 9 o to the contra costa county da charged a 17 year-old with murder. >> for his involvement in a shooting that happened outside a 24 hour. fitness in brentwood. it was an argument during a basketball game around one 30 in the morning. everybody went to the parking lot where there was a shooting. one person was killed. 3 people were injured and the d a says that the teenager was one of 2 people detained and later arrested on august. 11th during the early stages of the investigation.
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the second person was released after investigators determined that he was not a shooter. but the 17 year-old is charged. their name is being withheld because of their age. authorities say the case remains an active homicide investigation. >> new this morning in the north bay, a mountain lion was spotted in rohnert park near a school. as a matter of fact, it was in the area of copeland creek trail, which is right near rancho cotati high school. police were unable to find after the call came in. they say you should use be aware of your surroundings if you're out walking, especially if you have pets for children with you. >> it's 9, 0, 3, and and happening now, a strike at kaiser permanente entering day for mental health professionals on the picket lines right now. >> demanding better working conditions. we have kron four's will tran following the story for us. and will it seems like every day this is getting bigger and bigger. >> absolutely. on monday was just 4 locations. san jose, san francisco, fresno and sacramento. i mean, red with
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city and i will step out of the way so we can zoom in. >> yes, not a large gathering on that corner, but i can tell you this is one of >> many new locations that they've added. and in fact, we learned this morning that hawaii plans to join in as well for their workers and kaiser permanente's mental health program. they say they will join in solidarity come august 29th. this on top or red with city and other places like antioch, they already have their money, they say because that's been settled. what has not been seytled. i want to show you video from monday. this out in san francisco, the first day of the strike. the first morning to be specific about it. this is indefinite. they say they want more staffing with more staffing. they can spend more time with administrative work and be better counselors and therapists to their patients. and they're hoping for that. kaiser permanente says they are doing the best that they can that they want to get back to the bargaining table and the bad news if you're a patient right now, it appears that nothing has been
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scheduled on when they will meet again. so you're caught in the middle of all this. we reached out to kaiser and they did reach back and this is their statement. so take a look at your screen. this is what kaiser has to say about all of this. 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 the strike and our negotiations to a conclusion. but right now the conclusion seems way off in the distance because i can tell you they will strike not just here tomorrow, james and area once they all get here in the morning time, they will go to oakland and then marched through the streets of oakland to kaiser permanente's headquarter at that location. so if you are a patient of kaiser permanente and you have a non-emergency appointment, chances are that it has been pushed back. but if you have not heard from kaiser and you don't want to waste your time and gas coming down to the location you might want to
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call ahead just to make sure your appointment is still on back to you. good advice. thanks a lot. we'll. >> and we'll also see a picket lines out at sfo as well. food service workers there are going to be demanding better wages and better working conditions. this comes after they voted to authorize a strike. they say they want the airport to increase their pay and also increase their health benefits, too. the rally. you'll notice that it's going to be today at terminal 3, starting at 1 o'clock this afternoon, 9, 0, 6, right now. and there is a new risk if you get bit by a mosquito in contra costa county, apparently there's an invasive species that kron 4 sarah stinson has been following for us. and sarah, this one, i guess. >> as more aggressive, then your run of the mill >> they're aggressive and they can definitely give you an unwanted virus or like zico or yellow fever. unfortunately, i'm actually holding this up. if you just have right here may able to see one. 0, he just flew to the roof. >> these are called 80's
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aegypti this type of invasive mosquito. the first time that they found in contra costa county. it's already been in almost 2 dozen of the 8 counties in california all the way from san diego county and chester county. and now it's in contra costa county and they're trying to get ahold of them, eliminate them and get rid of them. so we're here now joined by andrew pierce with the contra costa mosquito and doctor control. tell us what you're doing to, you know, get rid of these and how important it is to do so. >> good morning, sarah. so right now we have technicians that are going door to door in neighborhoods in the area of martinez, south of highway 4, where this invasive species of mosquito was detected. and we are i'm talking to residents and asking them to please provide us the opportunity to i want to their a property that primarily their backyard to do an inspection because these mosquitoes, they like lay their eggs in containers.
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bird baths. sources of that can hold water. so we want to get out to the backyards. take a look and see if we can limit and control the presence of this invasive species. >> yeah, it's so important to do so. and these are sneaky aggressive once a bite during the day. they're pretty small, as we just showed. i'm very small. what is the most important thing to for you guys to eliminate these? >> well, it's important to to do our best to to limit and control their presence because they can transmit diseases such as zika. thank you. yellow fever, chicken gun and we have 23, other species of mosquitoes in contra costa county. and these mosquitoes are not efficient at spreading this disease. so we don't want new diseases introduced to contra costa county. no, we do not. so for people listening right now. >> what are the biggest tips you can give people so on that kind of piggy backing on that word. tip toss and take action. check your yard. tip out. anything that's holding water that shouldn't cans buckets containers. bird pet
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water bowls and these invasive species. they actually light individual eggs on the inside of these small containers and they can actually stick to them. so in addition to toss in the water are asking residents to actually scrub out the containers too better. you know, 60 that eliminating the eggs and then take action. we're asking residents to please contact the contra costa mosquito and vector control district and reported a biting mosquitoes. and we again, really appreciate the public's cooperation with respect to our current mission of going door-to-door and providing folks with important information. yeah, that's a good point. and that's the ipbiggest point i think we want to end on is just if you see them in your neighborhood, they may ask to get access to year. >> home they want to inspect and treat and get rid of these. so keep in mind is that they really need your help. all of those tips follow them. darya james, interesting, but very important lesson today on o these invasive species teacher. i have a hold on. >> okay. can i use the it's
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terrible spray stuff, right? to keep them off, right that and then also if they get if i get bitten, is there a way visually to tell if it was a bad mosquito? >> or a fine mosquito? you know what might bite get worse or something. >> you know, i did ask the and andrew told me that it depends on the person thank you and me, daria. we get bit like crazy. and if you're allergic your bite, may look like a huge bump. it really just depends on who you are. so there's no like distinctive bite or anything like that. but it's just look out for if you get that during the day, contact to the control district. >> all right. that's the that's the big giveaway. getting that during the day today. thank you very much, sara. 9.10, the time. also happening now in the east bay. we have students heading back to class in hayward first day of school and kron four's. camila barco has been covering that live this morning. watching the kids and parents arrive high camilla. >> good morning. you guys see as students and teachers, they can expect a lot of new the first day of school is
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underway here across the hayward unified school district and the students and teachers. well, they're in the classrooms and some of those classrooms. they have been renovated. the students tell me that they are excited for this new school year. take a look at what it was like here about an hour ago. and when middle sure know how to welcome students back. the cheerleaders were out greeting the students. they had to use it playing the wildcat mascot was also dancing and a few performances from the school's bally. full folk lore call that once they stepped inside, they were a few new and good changes. crews have spent the entire summer renovating winton middle school. they had the walls painted. there's new landscaping and outdoor space and a new performing arts. they say, hey, w4're unified. school district has also added 6 new free schools this year for the youngest kids in the district. >> and the district has also built 3 modern steam buildings at its high schools to give students science labs, maker spaces and breakout rooms. but aside from the construction,
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hayward is also expanding its youth enrichment program at all of its elementary school sites. this will provide before after and summer school programs >> for kindergarten through 6th grade students and the district is also launching a 3 year literacy 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 mount eden high school. and that's being funded by taxpayers. it's still being built. it will serve the hey, we're community and is expected to be done by april 2023. so a lot to look forward to this new school year. and we spoke to one student. here's what she had to say. >> i think it's awesome. cause actually feels like we're kind of getting back to how it used to be. so it's like more fun and said, like all you can go closer than you can go see them. so now it's like more interactive. you can talk in act.
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>> and darya james, as far as a face they're not required. but the school district says that they are strongly recommended. i did see a few students wear them. others decided not to. but everyone was just happy to be back on campus. a lot of hugs this morning. i did see and the principal tell me tells me that she's hoping to bring back school dances inside. they were hosted outside last year because of covid. she's hoping that this year. >> that will change. we'll send it back to you. school thank you. camila. >> it's neither team right now. still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news. >> yeah, everything seems like it's back to normal in school, but there are new variants of covid lurking. we'll tell you
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>> welcome back. 9.16, on this thursday morning. sky is brightening up a lot over the south bay. we saw some cloud cover earlier, but now we're getting more and more into that sunshine. remember yesterday morning showers that's out of the region. now, this monsoonal moisture shifting to northern california and western nevada leaving us with some wet roads, but only because of some morning fog that we saw especially near the coastline, high pressure ridge in place still influencing our weather pattern. keeping us hot and dry for the time being. we are seeing still heat advisories for solano and lake counties as well as out into the central valley. today's daytime highs will those will be a wide range again from the 60's of the coast, 70's and 80's along the bay to the warmest 90's inland livermore,
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antioch, among those spots rising well into the 90's today, tomorrow and saturday, just as hot, if not a little bit hotter for inland areas. the coolest days. your forecast just around the corner on sunday and monday when our inland areas will be in the 80's bayside cities in the 70's reyna found. thank you for that. well, we have accident along the san mateo bridge. we've only gone up about 3 minutes. 24 minutes. >> 80 to one o one. so again, that's on. 92 westbound traveling across towards the peninsula, heading into the city. 21 minute drive mace that fremont street exit. no accident or has reached across the bay bridge. we still have that fog advisory down from 30 minutes, though. 26 as 37 to the tolls as you're traveling across the golden gate bridge and here in san francisco, southbound one. 0, one silver avenue. we've got a traffic hazard. you are seeing delays there to 80 looks much better at this hour. darya james, back to you. >> time now to talk winners and losers on wall street with financial expert rob black. always a treat to have him on to help us understand what we're seeing in the markets. and so, rob, all a toss it to
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you with a look at the numbers and they're kind of just tread water a little bit. i guess we got some decent numbers when it comes to jobless claims right? >> eah, let's start with stock market. had a very hot july. it's kind of continuing in august, but many on wall street think this will fade a little bit too far too fast. just pull back down, lose little bit of steam. get more realistic. get out of earning season. but like you said, the jobless claims are good news and bad news as well for wall street's deal with the good news is people have jobs and they're not getting fired. the bad news is if they get fired, it will help curb inflation for the fed. we're going to have to see some job cuts if we want inflation to go down in my opinion, it won't just be with higher interest rates. interesting. no, i did not know this. i'm not a wal-mart shopper but walmart plus 12 99 a free shipping today. kind of thing. is a club very similar
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to amazon prime and now they're offering paramount plus for free. if you sign up for walmart plus interest in how to compete amazon. amazon prime video's to have that lord of the rings show this fall. that looks epic. if you're a middle earth kind of fan like i was growing up. so, yeah, other note that's very interesting. if you go to amazon hit some like maybe you look for kids love hula hoops. they'll be a little video of a little kid using a hula hoop. it'll be a tiktok style. video. so everyone is copying of what health to get our attention these days. james, that's where is oak. haha. >> let's talk a little about the housing market. always a big issue. big topic of conversation here around the bay area. it does look as though we are losing a little bit of steam right? >> yeah. and it's really perspective. there was a great book in the 1950's called floating opera by john bars and basically said depending on if you're in the front the back up on the top, you can hear and see things differently. same thing with
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housing. new and existing home sales fell 6% month to month. sales are down 20% year-over-year of volumes of home. so the if your realtor mortgage lender during a recession, there's 20% fewer loans made deals going, throw. but if you're a homeowner, you up 10% year over year, even though that aggressively and quickly, it's still a gigantic number inventories. just 3.3 months and no one expects home prices to fall because there's not enough inventory. homebuilders have built homes. and we're seeing more of those being canceled at record paces in large part because people are nervous about the economy and mortgage rates. so homeowners are getting hit pretty hard. and if you're a first time buyer, it's just 29% of people down from 40%. so they're kind recession. tell like what we do to get out of and there's no break in sight. so there's a there's a slowing in sight which may be a thing, which i got to be honest as a prospective home buyer at some point.
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>> i'm kind of excited to see prices come down just a little bit. i wish to come down a little more. i know that's not great news for homeowners that are enjoying this appreciation. but as a prospective homebuyer, which a lot of us are. i'm not crying about but that seems you're getting to the age where i'm gonna give you some advice. and euna, take it from rich uncle says rent a house by house. >> that you want to retire in rented out for now. continue writing here. passed by area. yeah, likely now you said that before and i'm actually really starting to take that to heart. i've been doing some call you and then finally this morning, you said big numbers. >> you remember when springsteen's ticket prices went on sale? not too long ago, $4,000. some of those prices hit that was pretty out of reach for most middle americans that are springsteen fans. it just i shake my head at that. >> it's pretty crazy because it's he's a blue collar kind of guy and he's charging white collar kind of prices. i went to gets bruno mars tickets for my family because i think he's the michael jackson of the
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21st century. i was shocked at some tickets were $70800. some were 60. it's 10:00am pricing. you can blame ticketmaster there. basically a monopoly in the concert industry. pearl jam tried to ban them years go around them to other venues that serve and program joined call a a they need each other, so to speak. but $4,000 for the boss who has been on tour and 6 years, the dell tickets were going for 40,000 recently on $40,000. but those were scout. this is dynamic pricing. and there's some wealthy people are willing to pay it. it's just insane. it's only about 12% of the tickets but it keeps the tickets out of the scalpers hands. it's tough so it just gives artists more money. so you're paying 4,000. see, bruce? all right. the happy knowing that staff and his tory people are getting most of that money not to contest or i all right, rob, that's a tough story, isn't it is a tough story. >> thank you, rob, as always. we'll chat with you again. i'm not tomorrow, but next week and get your questions and
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comments in now so that he can talk about it, facebook, twitter or reach him on those handles there or email directly. rob rob, like dot directly. rob rob, like dot com. 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. prop 27 helps every tribe, including disadvantaged tribes. prop 26? nothing for disadvantaged tribes vote yes on 27.
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>> 9.25 right now and for your health. keep your guard up against covid. even if you feel like you know it, the risk isn't that great anymore? there are new variants floating around now. it may not be ba 5. that's the dominant strain this fall. but covid keeps mutating and see.
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here is all the different be a 4.6 moment. you don't really need to be concerned with the numbers. all you need to be concerned with is that new variants of popping up all the time around the world, including in the u.s. they're not seeing them be more deadly or even your sent to hospital. more. they are saying there's one clear thing. you just need to make sure that you're covered. >> the immunity we have from our previous vaccines or boosters are giving is still very good protection against hospitalization and death. >> so keep yourself covered by making sure that you're up on your booster, your shots and everything else. and apparently a more omicron specific booster is due 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 concord. previously, you could only request an appointment at a yet to be scheduled monkeypox vaccination clinics. and now we know they're going to use the same covid-19 vaccine clinics at richmond and
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concord. >> we'll take a break. it is 9.26. coming up next on the kron. 4 morning news reunited at last to get the happy ending to a story we brought you earlier this week about a dog who was dog now this week, 2. we'll be right. we'll be right back. ♪good vibes by moa l.m. munoz & ryan t. short♪ ♪ ♪bout to get down, living it up♪ ♪never touch ground, never enough♪ ♪bout to get down, living it up♪ ♪never touch ground, never enough♪ ♪got me feeling good♪ ♪vibes♪ ♪ ♪got me feeling good♪ ♪vibes♪ ♪ ♪everything's everything's alright alright♪
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get a free storage upgrade and case when you pre-order. 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. no real jobs are created here. but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever. these out-of-state corporations don't care about california. but we do.
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stand with us. >> 9.29 reunited 1978, peaches and and the reuniting of the dog will have that story
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minute. yes, here. what about that reunion were all reunited was reunite with john in the weather center at the half hour. mark, your good reunited with normal weather today because yesterday was a little interesting as far as the monsoonal moisture goes, which does pop up this time of year but did make for a morning that you had a plan around as far as those isolated showers with it. >> today, not of that. it's just a little foggy in some spots like you're seeing at half moon bay where conditions are brightening up now. but you can still see the evidence of some of that low cloud cover. we're very foggy through the golden gate as rain will tell you in a second watch out for a few slick spots as that fog came along with some morning drizzle and locations. most of that deeper fog sitting offshore right now as conditions brighton up and we'll continue to warm up into the afternoon enough. so that heat advisories back in effect for solano and lake counties today. right now, temps are mostly in the 50's and 60's, although some of our inland areas are back to the 70's and 80's like brent went right at 80 degrees. kelsey villa, 83
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dublin, you're at 73 while much cooler and timber out in san francisco right now only in the 50's. look at your full breakdown on exactly what today still has to offer up. still to come, let's get a look at the roads with reyna who is standing by right over here. and talking about some conditions out there today that are improving in some spots, but not in yeah, specially if you have to take the san mateo bridge right now, i would say just wait because without a hot spot there and accidents will drive times. >> are almost at 40 minutes. we're at 38 right now. that's 80 to one o one. just avoid that. take the dunbarton bridge. if you can. 20 minute ride into the city may so that pretty much the exits. so no major issues were typically busy around this time, especially across the bay bridge. a 24 minute, right? we still have a fog advisory in place for the golden gate bridge that's down from the 30 plus minutes we've seen all morning and checking on richmond center fell commute just under 12 minutes. and i love you guys have that san mateo bridge commute and i once took it by accident and
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it's a long bridge. it? so i had to say for as long as it's my fail safe, probably a bridge. but it just avoid that you just avoided today. thanked the 9.31. right now and new this morning, the san francisco district attorney's office says felony charges have been filed. >> against one of the people who they believe attacked an elderly, asian woman in late july that she was beaten in the lobby of her own apartment building. 18 year-old darryl moore now charged with elder abuse. >> robbery, burglary, assault and false imprisonment. the other suspects in the attack, a range in age from 14, 13 11 years old. that's the shocking part. the 11 13 year-old attackers were arrested and the da says the 13 year-old is going to be prosecuted juvenile court once they have official charges filed the 11 year-old won't be facing charges because of his age. and police have not found that 14 year-old suspect yet. in the south bay workers were
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held at knifepoint and a bakery in san jose. yeah, scary the thieves were caught on camera. police now looking for the 5 people responsible will play some of that security video here on kron four's taylor. but safc is report. >> they immediately came in. >> put some of our employees at knife point started asking, hey, where's the money was to save? cap peters was shocked when he got the call that 5 suspects seen here in this surveillance video. rob is family shop peers bakery early wednesday morning. it started just looking through out the big 3 looking. you're looking there, see what they can find. they went out front. >> i'm trying to get into cash registers, but there was no way to get so they quickly abandoned that. peters says they eventually found a storage area containing petty cash in tips. >> and made off with less than $1000. they were in and out of the bakery in less than 2 minutes. peters says he's thankful none of the 8 employees inside at the time were physically hurt. he says the family bakery is 86 years
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old, but it's only experience 2 or 3 break-ins over the past 5 decades. however, peters says other small businesses in the area have recently been hit by burglars. there is a 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 as they were looking for other break, ins along alum, rock and white road at the time. peters says it's frustrating to see these burglaries and break-ins continue. we don't have the means in place or the desires inflation to say 2. partial and criminalization when there's no disincentive for committing crimes. why she did not commit crimes that they know that their punishment this week are going to be nonexistent. he says the suspect's getaway vehicle seen here is a distinctive white bmw, 5 series. >> that has a black front panel. silver front rams in
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black runs get any information about the suspects. >> please contact the san jose police. i'm taylor bisacky reporting kron. 4 news. >> well, from one theft to another, now, thieves break into a community center in san francisco and steel gift cards that were meant to help kids buy school supplies. it happened early yesterday morning on clement street in the city's richmond district. the thieves took off with about $5,000 worth of gift cards and it made off with several laptops to. >> this is definitely very disappointing to happen. to all know, promise end of the serving the community all using families, especially school, very needy. and then we really hope that not only did we all have to work together to develop some action plan to prevent it from happening. >> and the community center says they do have the money to replace those gift cards. but this does set them back quite a bit. if you'd like to help them out. we do have a link to the community center. if you'd like to donate. we put that on our website at. >> kron 4 dot com. it's 9.35 of the south bay san jose. police arrested a 5th person accused of being involved in a
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string, a violent home invasion robberies. and this is 1, of them. this is dash cam video of a woman who put your house. she's watching as her husband is being robbed. this is their home is on summerdale drive. and this happened in may. so he's held at gunpoint, robbed and then they steal their minivan and they use that minivan in another home invasion. about 2 hours later in june, police arrested 4 people, including a juvenile, was not picture here. but the president just arrested. the 5th suspect is here that israel may he was arrested just yesterday. charges include home invasion, robbery, burglary and false imprisonment. >> an update now to a story we first brought you yesterday morning. a french bulldog puppy who was taken from his owner fremont 7.11, parking lot has now been found and reunited with his owner. frankie, the french bull dog was taken from that 7.11, near fremont boulevard on sunday will drive back on august. 3rd stolen while as owner was putting something in his car.
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now the owner offered $700 in reward money for anybody to return him. unclear if that was a motivating not all we're told is that the police did find the puppy or at least come across the puppy. owners of french bulldogs are really putting a warning out to other owners to keep an eye on their dogs. these apparently become pretty popular as a breed. and some are even resorting to so be careful. all we have reunion story. >> blue. i don't. if you remember blue this dog that was in awe a car theft. it was about a month ago and i believe that she the owner there from out of town and they were in town at the sonesta hotel in emeryville carjacked and the 2 year-old pup was in the car. they ended up finding the car, no sight of the dog blue. and then after our story aired >> a few people reported seeing at best dog around town and then sure enough. he was finally found near lake merritt just this past weekend. and his family is so glad to have him back and get see them smiling there. all right. 9.37.
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>> on the clock. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. lot of kids obviously coming back to school now prepandemic normalcy almost but the mental health of kids is really a top priority. this fall as we're seeing a lot of them come back with the trauma of the pandemic. so parents, we've got some tips for you on how you can help them out. meanwhile, after the break, a san francisco harley davidson dealership roaring back to life after nearly being shut down by the pandemic will talk more about the struggles of those owners have to go through and today cool starts to what is about to be another warm one, but not as hot as we have been still holding on to those 90's inland. 70's along the bay shore is going to feel whole lot better. >> i've got more on your forecast. still ahead.
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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
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prop 27 has strong protections to prevent minors from betting. prop 26? no protections for minors. prop 27 helps every tribe, including disadvantaged tribes. prop 26? nothing for disadvantaged tribes vote yes on 27. >> 9.41 right now. and now that school is back in session. a lot of administrators and teachers are going to be paying special attention to mental health. and that's because covid has had some lasting effect. so they're really focusing on keeping the kids healthy, talking about their emotional states. here's mental health expert. >> 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 districts all across the country are using federal pandemic money to help by
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>> get to enjoy slightly cooler temperatures today. we've got john in the weather center with that. i didn't want to say until today, yes, you're getting but the all these other days you're complaining. i didn't i didn't say anything called guilt. i didn't say i didn't say all is so great. you know what? it's funny. i also do the same thing. i'm like, oh, it's so nice out there. but i'm knowledge that because it's not necessarily nice for everyone as we do in the bay area. and today is another one of those days. we've got a wide range of temperatures. the hot inland areas. >> i know i've got family out there in the inland east, but it's not been so comfortable a little bit nicer towards the coastline. we're all the same boat. as far as the drought goes, the great unifier these days. and that is something that we are seeing only deepening. in fact, all the san joaquin valley now in the worst category of drought. that's that deep maroon and exceptional extreme drought for much of the rest of the central valley here in the bay area. it's mostly a severe drought, but all of the state is seeing that lack of water, even with those light showers we had yesterday. >> today, a nice and dry one. we've got some low clouds as
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you can see from sutro tower here. most of that monsoonal moisture has shifted up north to the california oregon border and out towards western nevada. that means a calm one for us today. still hot inland, but not as hot as we have been. this high pressure ridge while it's still impacting our big weather pattern here with some hot, dry weather and some monsoonal moisture impacting the sierra with the chance of thunderstorms today. not here locally lake and solano counties are spots still in heat advisory territory today. and a look at temperatures shows you why 60's at the coastline. and in san francisco, some of our most comfortable areas will be along the bay shore today with some 70's millbrae. 75 saying carlos in redwood city warm but not too warm. 82 in san jose. you're out of the 90's. back to the 80's at 86 degrees. fremont in the low 80's. well, union city through oakland, some of our nicest in the 70's. well, pleasanton livermore and danville still get those fans out in the acs on in the 90's. hottest spot today being vacaville at 98 antioch at 96. billy, how at
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79 santa rosa down through center fell in the 80's. here's a look ahead of next 7 days tomorrow and saturday will actually be among or warmer days of the forecast. highs still in the 90's inland. but we take a step back from it sunday and monday in our inland areas getting some much needed relief in the upper 80's bayside spots. you're getting spoiled with salt 70's cooler at the coast in the 60's rain. john, thank you for that. we still have that hot spot along the san mateo bridge is not getting much better. >> 37 min to drive a 80 to one o ones right here on the high span body to westbound as you're traveling right there and you can barely see it in the distance. but again, you might want to take the dumbarton bridge if you're trying to avoid those delays. now the bay bridge. 23 minute, right? no accidents or hazard. so if you're heading into the city right now, you just have to wait. his people are traveling over down for 30 minutes along the golden gate bridge, although there is still that fog advisory in place. so you're going to encounter some pockets of fog.
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nothing to slow you down like it did about an hour ago heading out the richmond, sandra fell bridge about 11 minutes as tolls to one o one. and here in san francisco still got that traffic hazard. southbound one. 0, one at silver avenue slowing us down. you can see 2.80. it's moving at the limit. darya james, back to you. >> all right. thank you very much, rea tonight. 48 is a time. and as we know, the pandemic has affected major businesses all across the bay area. and that includes one of the oldest brands in san francisco, harley davidson motorcycle brand is had well, a presence in the city for more than 100 years. and when the pandemic took its toll on the local economy, the dealership came real close to having to shut its doors. parts and services manager scott ross and says that in the darkest days of the downturn, they went from 17 employees down to just 5 that had to run the whole dealership. 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.
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>> people never sell, buy or lease. you know, i mean, right, toere are comic rawson adds it's still a challenge right now to find employees. they they've staff back up to 17. >> but they still need more. so if you're interested, well, sentiment application. >> it's 9.48 right now and the forty-niners are offering millions of dollars to settle a lawsuit with santa clara county over levi's basically who wears the pants who operates levi's. the potential settlement comes as 2 of the city's council members face an investigation. let's go to kron four's justin campbell for the latest. >> 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 end wasteful spending on lawyers. but after several hours of a closed door session tuesday night, the city
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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 and the city are has issued a selective that this was an operation or 2 pda. >> reporting in santa clara, justin campbell kron. 4 news. >> and how about the niners as far as practice here they are joint practice of the air. first one, it was a session with the vikings in minnesota
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and this leads up to the preseason game in minneapolis. it also gave trey lance the opportunity to come back in practice in his home state front of friends and family. >> 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 this work at this point. you know, i come out these 2 days of practice should be awesome for us. again, it's good to go into another defense. no one on 1, 7, on 7 red zone. everything against another team. >> at a mansion to a lot of friends come out of the woodwork right people on best friend. now they're famous. the vikings on the niners play this saturday at 4 and the raiders also play this saturday. they're taking on the dolphins in florida and kron four's the place to be for that game pre-game post-game. we got it all starting saturday at 3.30. >> and the gold state warriors don't forget to are issuing their annual fraud alert for the upcoming basketball season t for single game tickets. the organization is warning fans at the resale tickets go on sale today and going to be
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really careful who you buy from. because there's a lot of counterfeit tickets out there. in fact, last year, 500 fans were turned away at the door because they held counterfeit tickets and weren't even aware of it. the fraud alert also warns about the dangers they could face. one, buy tickets from non verified 3rd parties. so stick to the platforms, you know, and trust. the warriors will tell you your safest bet is buy tickets from their official website which also sells a resale tickets as well. send you think like you don't want to buy to get outside the game, you like in the old days where somebody helpers. yeah, right. i want to do that, too. risky 9.52. we'll be right back.
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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. prop 27 helps every tribe, including disadvantaged tribes. prop 26? nothing for disadvantaged tribes vote yes on 27.
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>> just about done for the morning here on the kron 4 morning news. let's check in with olivia horton and see what's coming up on live in the bay today. high livia. >> hyde area. good morning and happy thursday, everybody coming up today on the show, a familiar face kron four's. ken wayne is joining me with a preview of his latest animal rescue story. find out how he's helping a fellow flier from flying high to riding low. we have a preview of the 41st anniversary with king of the streets. low rider car .% show learn more about this popular california car culture. then we'll hear from a local organization that's fighting childhood poverty throughout the entire world. hear how you can help give back in a big way. and we want
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to hear from you on our question of the day. go ahead and scan that qr code. today is the day the 19th amendment was ratified giving women the right to vote. so we want to know who's a strong woman in your life. that inspires you. go ahead. let us know your answer. could be read today. live on the show, it's always the same answer. oprah. only woman of my life always has been always will all right. thank you, olivia. things. >> all right, 9.56. >> so >> what happens when a baby bear comes to town for grocery shopping while he finds out real quick? it's not a good idea. that's what happened in bakersfield at a vons parking lot. you see that there is a climbing up into a tree. took a lot of people by surprise. clearly they called out fish and game officials who we're able to safely tranquilize it. i know came pretty close to this one. he seems quite safe. yeah, no sudden movements. plus state bonds has all that food is going the grocery store high. now. >> just not healthy for bears.
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they took him back up to the woods. he's ok, talk about whether to lift the are cute, though. just trying to escape the heat. i'm sure like the rest of us. we are looking at 90's inland the next 3 days. some relief inland, especially sunday and monday. >> bayside coastal areas remain really nice in the 60's and 70's and this time around staying dry, no more of those thunderstorms like, yes, ok, i was a little surprising. >> and different. okay. we'll see all about
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