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francisco city attorney david shoes reaction after seeing this video. appears a police officer's dropping off a man experiencing mental illness and homelessness. >> in the residential area of 14th avenue and lake street in these photos taken by neighbors. you can clearly see the vehicle is marked with. sandra fell police. i think someone mentioned there like 9 cities between here and san rafael. it's disturbing to think that >> another jurisdiction might drop someone who is homeless or is experiencing mental health challenges. >> in the middle of a residential neighborhood with no resources around at this video is time stamped at 05:27pm on july. 30th. >> about 10 minutes later, san francisco police officers were getting calls to respond to the area as fpd says, quote, officers assigned to richmond station responded to the area of 14th avenue and lake street for guarding a person in distress. officers arrived on the scene and located an adult male subject. officers summoned medics to the scene
and the subject was transported by personnel from s f f d to a local hospital for treatment. i reached out to the sandra fell police department and they provided this statement. we would like to apologize to the city and county of san francisco, specifically the neighborhood where we dropped off this man. we would also like to apologize to the first responders, police and fire department who had to deal with this person after we left the sandra fell. police department does not have a policy to take people to other jurisdictions and just leave them without any notification or approval. we're taking this incident seriously but are not allowed to comment further due to an ongoing personnel investigation. city attorney shoes says his office has dealt with a similar issue in the past number of years ago, our office filed a lawsuit against the state of nevada for improperly bus. same second hat trick patients to san francisco. he says they'll continue to look into this
incident and may file charges as well. >> at the very least he wants other agencies to know san francisco won't tolerate things like this. any jurisdiction that's thinking of doing something similar to what we think may have happened should think we will and sure there's accountability for any jurisdiction that's proven to engage in behavior >> that he's violated the law here. shoes says video evidence like this will help with their investigation. >> amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> and this is a wild series of crimes here. now polenta petaluma police rather say 5 people are accused of stealing from to all to stores. they say they rammed their vehicle into this police car while trying to get away. you had 2 officers who are inside this suv suffering minor injuries. here's what happened around 7 o'clock last night at the ulta on kenilworth drive in
petaluma police say a store employees claimed 5 people entered. the business is still between one $2000 worth of fragrances. one of the suspects also assaulted a security guard. about 30 minutes later. santa rosa police got a similar robbery report from the ulta on santa rosa avenue. this eventually led to a high-speed chase down one o one to cotati and then back to hopper street in petaluma where police say the suspects rammed their vehicle into the police suv, damaging both vehicles. and then these guys, they say, tried to get away by jumping a fence. police arrested and identified 5 suspects. 21 year-old joshua wilson of san jose 20 year old, dwayne huntley of hayward, 19 year-old in georgia, whitley of richmond's a 16 year-old from oakland and a 15 year-old from san francisco. oakland police are still searching for the people responsible for the death of lillie shoe. she is the 60
year-old dentist. >> who was shot and killed during an attempted robbery on sunday in oakland's little saigon neighborhood. tonight, police are calling on witnesses to come forward. we have surveillance video of the shooting. if you take a look at the white tesla there you can see it has a roof rack and a bike rack in the back. police believe that the people in that car could be key witnesses in the case. there's the tesla police are also searching for this lexus which police say was being driven by the person or persons who shot at shoe investigators believe the shooting happened as part of a botched robbery. anyone with information about either vehicle is being asked to call oakland police. oakland. police are also investigating a shooting that injured a woman. this one was just after 2.45. this afternoon on 17th avenue. >> near international, we have video here from the scene courtesy of the citizen app. the victim was taken to a nearby hospital in unknown
condition. anyone with information on this crime is also asked to call oakland police. >> the husband of house speaker nancy pelosi has pleaded guilty today for driving under the influence for e crash in napa county. the sentence for paul pelosi. 5 days in jail and 3 years probation. and for the first time we're seeing video from the night of his arrest. kron four's justine waltman reports. >> constantly off a >> new video from the california highway patrol from the night of paul pelosi's dui arrest in best. >> we don't want fall over yourself. that's a >> in their report, officers in napa county noted pelosi had red watery eyes and appeared unsteady on his feet. the 82 year-old told officers he had 2 drinks and handed officers a card for the 11 99 foundation. a chp charity that
supports officers and provide scholarships for their children comfortable doing the breathalyzer the evidence coming out the same day. the husband of house speaker nancy pelosi pleaded guilty to the dui charge. the punishment 5 days in jail and 3 years of probation. he already served 2 days behind bars. got credit for the other 2 and the remaining day will be done with community service. the defendant was found guilty of driving his blood. alcohol was a too. >> we have a single victim survivor who had moderate to mild injuries. he's never had to take anything more than advil to alleviate his symptoms. thank god it ended up this way. photos from the chp report also show bruises on pelosi's hands. the extent of damage to his porsche with the airbags deployed and a detached bumper. plus, pictures of the smash gp crashed into on route. 29
despite the politics, the napa county district attorney says the case was standard and pelosi got a fair trial. all material decisions have been handled the way they're supposed to be handled. pelosi will also be required to attend a 3 month drinking driver class. >> install an ignition interlock device. that's where the driver has to provide a breath sample before the engine will start and pay thousands of dollars in fines. i'm justine waldman. kron. 4 news. >> 13 people need new home in san francisco after a fast-moving fire broke out at their apartment building earlier today. this is citizen app. video shows the flames just shooting out of a 9 unit apartment building at mcallister and a visit more than 100 firefighters were on the scene for 2 hours. they kept the fire from spreading to other buildings, but not without some difficulty. >> we've had items such as obstructed entryways. we've got items consistent with. >> warning or for storage
inhibiting our ability to make movement through the structure, to get to what we call the seat of the fire, where the active fires out. >> one resident suffered smoke inhalation had to be rescued. their 2 firefighters suffered minor injuries. the cause of this fire still under investigation tonight. >> the port of oakland is approving a 2 million dollar designed to reduce carbon emissions. the project includes replacing a substation and putting in equipment to generate solar power. it's intended to help make the transition to carbon free heavy duty trucks and cargo handling equipment. the project will serve sites at the ports outer harbor. and at the former oakland army base, which is now part of the port, an east bay, much says it will pay more. then $800,000 because it released contaminated water last october. the utility district released nearly 17 million gallons of partially treated
wastewater into san francisco bay. the water contained chlorine at levels considered toxic to aquatic life. the bay regional water, quality control board says east bay mud right out of the chemical used to remove the chlorine before dumping the water. our weather time now as we get a live look just outside the kron. 4 studios on this foggy tuesday night. yeah, there's the transamerica pyramid in there. somewhere, lawrence, come on. where's and it's out there, you know, pretty thick out there in spots along the coastline. very thick. >> likely to see some drizzle tonight, part of the east bay. stay nice and clear. guess what? they're going to be hot again tomorrow. so yeah, the temperatures going to be coming down a little bit, but it's relative instead of 96 degrees. maybe you're 92 tomorrow. so you're going to cool down just a tap along the coastline. it looked like this all summer long. it seems like you just have some breaks temporarily, but a lot of fog. and really that sea breeze is continued. and that's really helped us out here keeping the
fire danger down a bit. temperatures in the 50's coast side. you got 68 degrees in san jose. 75 still a little more. 80 in concord, if you can believe that. 85 insanely in a 65 degrees in santa rosa. and 61 right now in petaluma temperatures. yeah, it was hot inland. again, there's no getting around 96 degrees in livermore was 96 in cocker. 95 in santa rosa, san jose. a comfortable 87, the warm oakland, 77 degrees. 72 little bit above the average, even into san francisco. now, the air quality has been looking very good. in fact, we were that some of that smoke from the fires in northern california may sweep across the bay area, but that stay mainly in the upper levels down below at all. the sensors you can see air quality looking very good. all green out there for tonight from the coast of the valleys all around tomorrow should be more of the same. we've got a more healthy sea breeze that will be developing tomorrow. and that will likely mean some good air quality just about everywhere you go. so enjoy it. while last, the change, the wind, of course, could change everything. there are some storms out there, though.
tonight the monsoon continues across the desert southwest, arizona getting pounded tonight. you see some very strong storms moving just south of of life and lake havasu city. and they've got warnings for some flash flooding there that continuing until a later on tied almost midnight tonight as the waters will continue to rise, one to 2 inches of rain being picked up by the doppler in the deserts. there. back out west. we go. the fog and low clouds sweeping on shore. now more that come overnight tonight and thick enough likely talking drizzle along the coastline. well, we've got a little trough out there right now along the coast, not much of one, but just enough to deepen that marine layer a little bit. bring some of that drizzle on the way. so to help cool down the temperatures a little bit along the coastline and just inside the bay. but the central valley tomorrow, not so much. 103 in fresno tomorrow, one, 0, 4, in bakersfield, 103 in reading 97 in sacramento, of course, san francisco. look at the 64 degrees. so quite a difference there between many spots. well, inland temperatures around the bay area tomorrow. still some 90's in the valleys inside the bay. pretty
comfortable. you've got some 70's and 80's plan on that fog and cooler temperatures out toward the beaches next couple days. temperatures kind of meander just a little bit. and then i think we'll cool down everywhere on saturday and sunday the 90's. we're topping out in the mid 80's. thank you, lawrence. monkeypox now known as m hawks is now in all 50 states. wyoming reported its first monkeypox case yesterday. us now has more than 15,000 confirmed cases of monkeypox. more than 2600 of them are right here in california. the spread of the virus forcing some people to change their behavior, their choosing to do so. new study notes, these changes among and bisexual men are in response to the outbreak. kron four's. also the moeny live in the studio. >> but some of those details i'll. >> they're they're well. doctor. peter chin hong with ucsf commence the community for taking proactive measures to stop the spread while they wait for more vaccines. people at highest risk of contracting and parks are changing their habits. the cdc shared a study
by emory university that says, bisexual hnd other men who have with men. >> are taking steps to protect themselves. 40% reported they reduce their number of partners. 50% reduced onetime encounters and 49% surveyed said they're hooking up with less partners met on dating apps or insects, venues. doctor peter chin hong with ucsf said it's good news that people at highest risk are paying attention and doing what they can at this time. i mean, i think >> you know. it is a actually a positive sign that people are looking at what's going on in the community. >> but he laments that. it's also an indicator that people are resorting to individual risk reduction because there aren't enough vaccines to go around. i still think that people should be in the community until they're more people vaccinated. >> so there as much breakthrough infections. because, again, we haven't
been able to vaccinate people in the and the gold standard way, but hopefully we will soon as we get more and more vaccines. he went on to say that the more precise the messaging is about the health risks and prevention. >> the better off everyoee will be when preventing m pox from spreading to the general population. >> doctor chin-hong also said that this week san francisco can expect 5 times more and pots vaccines to become available. so that is the best when protected with 2 doses and people either getting immunized or having contracted and parks will eventually reach that. >> community immunity and that >> will last for years. live in the studio. ella sogomonian kron. 4 news. >> thanks a san francisco health. officials say that the city will get another 1600 vials of the monkeypox vaccine in the coming days. that will make about 8,000 doses available to high-risk residents. the people who are
now eligible include men who have with men and who have had multiple partners. also, anyone who's had close contact with someone who has or might have the virus. >> happening tomorrow, president biden is set to announce the largest forgiveness of student loan debt ever. plus another extension on the payment freeze. the plan is to cancel $10,000 in debt for borrowers who make less than 125,000 bucks a year, the payment freeze, which was set to expire at the end of this month will now be extended for 4 more months. it has been extended now 6 times by the trump and biden administrations since the pandemic started in march of 2020. >> santa clara county is expanding its efforts to prevent cases of wage theft. that's when employees don't paid for the hours they put in starting in october, the county will increase enforcement to parts of milpitas and san jose and suspend business operation permit. if employers don't pay back their workers, the expansion is focused on food
workers. the county estimates a loss of about 23 million dollars in wage theft across all industries. over the past decade. lawns and landscaping chewed up by wild pigs in concord. there added again. they last cause a big commotion when they hit an east bay community. that was. >> back in march, an now it looks like they're at it again. yeah, they're relentless kron four's philippe on the damage. >> for the past 3 weeks, a family of at least a half dozen wild pigs has been running through the canyon creek subdivision in concord, tearing up landscaping for dinner. can clearly see. they've started digging up the long time. resident lori says one neighbor's property was constantly damaged by what the community believes was a single feral hog back in march. but it stayed away after the neighbor installed flood lights. now the problem is back and the pigs have
multiplied our whole family. yes, and the dad is huge. and he really scares me. several private lawns have been dug up, but neighbors are equally as frustrated with the damage caused in common areas tended to by the homeowners association. i would like to make sure they go away permanently. mary says the pigs passed through her property but have not damaged any of it yet and hopes the problem is solved before it gets to that i can chase a go for something. but nnot deal with a number of well. bores lori says neighbors have reached out to the state department of fish and wildlife and have been told they can file a wildlife incident report. the agency could then work with them on possibly securing a permit that would give them permission to shoot the animal. the bar. he says she reached out to local trappers last week. they took one look and said they can't do it. it's too big of job for them and they weren't willing to do it. i have a dog. >> and i walked the neighborhood in the evenings and now that it's getting darker earlier, i'm a little scared to come out.
>> if it's stark considering the neighborhoods location in the mountains near the concord pavilion. the wild pigs have likely been impacted by the drought and pushed into the community for food. >> in concord, phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. >> lawmakers in california approving a bill today to control the growing wild pig population. the new legislation lives hunting restrictions. the bay area courses seen these animals really dig up people's lawns, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage. as you saw there now heads to governor newsom's desk for signature. >> coming up, a warning from a south bay police department after sideshows disrupted traffic over the weekend. their message to participants who they think they got away with it. >> plus, a tragic ending in the search for kiley, rodney. investigators have confirmed the teen from truckee. found dead in a reservoir. what's next for her family? but for some serious allegations against twitter, the company's
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this after the company's former head of security accused twitter of misleading regulators about its who are cybersecurity defenses and it's negligence in attempt to root out fake account. yeah. talking about peters at co. he filed the complaints last month with the u.s. securities and exchange commission. >> the federal trade commission and the department of justice among his most serious accusations that twitter violated the terms of a 2011 ftc settlement by falsely claiming that it had put stronger measures in place to protect the security and privacy of its users. that co also accuses the company of deceptions involving its handling of spam or fake accounts. an allegation that is at the core of elon musk's attempt to back out of his twitter takeover legal nonprofit whistle blower aid is working with its founder says made his allegations public after trying all he
could to resolve his concerns internally. >> this was a last resort for him. i mean, he worked hard inside the company to get these addressed his work. in fact. one of the elements of the disclosure is after he was fired. he was asked to produce a report for the board of about some of these issues, which he did without pay without access to any of systems because they are even higher. >> better known by his hacker handle mudge. is a highly respected cyber security expert who first gained prominence back in the 1990's. he later worked in senior positions at the pentagon's defense. advanced research agency and google. he joined twitter at the urging of then ceo jack dorsey in late 2020 was fired in january. we will certainly continue our coverage on this story ahead at 9.45. tech kelso will be joining us with what this could mean for twitter. >> excited for that. also
coming up tonight on kron, 4 news at 9, the fbi's sounding the alarm about the risk of being hit by ransomware. the industries. they say hackers are focused on right now. plus, a win for jazz lovers in san francisco. the agreement reached this week to keep popular jazz club in the city opened. but first, how one east bay city is dealing with a sudden spike in homicide cases. keep it here. kron. 4 news ats9. we'll be right news ats9. we'll be right back. i'm bringing back my spicy chicken strips. while i'm at it, my most popular former employee, mark hamill. well, what's my motivation? to not get fired again... i can work with that. actors! spicy chicken strips and me, mark hamill, back for a limited time.
>> an explosion of violence in an east bay city. 4 people have been murdered enrichment in just the last 7 days there. this recent rise in violent crime is now putting police and neighbors on high alert. kron four's theresa >> has more on this crisis. >> i never heard no gunshots like that before. a chaotic scene and richmond captured by resident in the last 7 days for people murdered on the streets of richmond gunned down in 4 separate crimes were alarming. >> richmond mayor tom saying he is in constant communication with the city's police department currently concerned because of currently. >> homicides were playing as a result gang activity. we're currently investigating the a couple of these homicides are related. but on the other side of it, we know that 2 of these homicides are completely unrelated. sergeant pomroy
with the richmond police department says all of the deceased are in their 30's. a 60 year-old man was shot and survived. that was at least like 20 something guy's shots. disagreements are no longer settled with words. >> people using firearms to settle those disagreements. and that's what's causing. >> our current uptick in violence. we believe. >> sergeant pomroy says police are working overtime to try and solve the cases. the mayor says the city's police department is suffering. >> we no longer have community policing. we no longer have our gang unit. we have a shortage of detectives and, you know, it's all or is all of this, the funding, the police move, which are? >> i've always opposed. in the meantime, a message from police about trying to stay safe. >> put the guns down, plain and simple. put the guns down there's no reason in 2022. that. everything has to with the use of a fire to recess. socio kron. 4 news.
>> city officials in san jose say their police department is desperate for more officers to leaders. >> at the force in san jose say the national average for police officers per capita. is 2 officers per every 100 1000 people in san jose. they say they only have one officer per 1000 people. and because of that council member, cindy chavez says the average response time for a burglary or salt is roughly. 22 minutes. the san jose police department is paying thousands of dollars in overtime to officers and that's also raising concerns about officers health. sunnyvale police meantime are warning drivers to steer clear of sideshows. >> this is video of a sideshow from this weekend in santa clara county. today, sunnyvale police posting on its facebook page that officers can track down cars involved in the sideshows, even after they managed to get away from
police. authorities say the cars linked to sideshows are going to be seized for 30 days and the costs are recovering and impounded car is more than $3,000. the search for a missing teen from truckee is officially over. an autopsy conducted today confirmed the body found in a reservoir is that of kylie right knee her suv was pulled out from the bottom of the prosser reservoir on sunday, rodney vanished. more than 2 weeks ago after leaving a party with hundreds of other teenagers. the investigation into her death remains ongoing. a toxicology report is expected to take weeks. the california attorney general's office is recording a 36% jump in the number of hate crimes across the state. >> between 2020 and 2021. during the height of the pandemic, there are more than 11 100 cases of hate crimes, crimes against asian americans representing the biggest increase. however, the anti-black category here. that
represented nearly half racially motivated crimes. it is important to note here, according to federal law, not all biased motivated acts are reportable as hate crimes. the attorney general's office wants to remind people if you are somebody, you know, his victim of a hate crime. you want to start by calling your local police department if it is something that needs to be elevated to a statewide agency, they should know to do that. an uptick in ransomware attacks in the bay area has local fbi and cybersecurity officials sounding the alarm? >> noelle bellow has details now on the businesses most at risk and what you do to avoid falling victim. >> that somewhere in general has been. >> running rampant bay area businesses be aware of zeppelin ransomware, according to the fbi, san francisco and the cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency or cessa the last 2 years have
seen a tremendous uptick in attacks from these hackers globally. there's about 2.4 billion dollars worth of damages caused by rats more attacks last year. i'm very confident, unfortunately that we're going to surpass that number. this year's special agent, elvis chan believes we may be close to 3 billion dollars in damages by the end of 2022. >> bay area companies in the healthcare industry are particularly at risk and traditionally target hospitals with targeted because they. >> they they're they're example, like a target. rich inside were poor. kind a systems breaches happen because users are utilizing organizations are utilizing old out software, but they aren't the only ones earlier this year we reported on the forty-niners being hit by hackers. >> claiming to have stolen the team's financial data. >> the bay area's transportation sector, education sector university and intermediate levels as what was it, companies are of concern as well. they will
send you an email or a text. there's going to be a link in it. you're going to click on the link. >> and that will execute the malicious software. the ransomware. >> currently just 20% of victims report attacks to the fbi. usually the hackers were quest ransom payments in bitcoin with initial amounts ranging from several $1000 to more than a million after gaining access to networks. the number one tip don't pay them. these are criminal organizations that we're dealing with and they're not trustworthy. so >> there's no guarantee that paying ransoms will get your data on lock for that. you won't get it again in the future. instead, contact local authorities immediately to give yourself from becoming a victim in the first place. make sure your companies requiring multi-factor authentication to your systems. >> keep all your operating systems and software up to date and do not click on any links from e-mails. if you don't know who sent it in san francisco, noelle bellow kron, 4 news. >> after weeks of uncertainty got a popular jazz club in san
francisco's haight-ashbury neighborhood that is able to keep its doors open. yes, supervisor dean preston announced this morning that the owner of club deluxe was able to reach an agreement with the property owner after more than 6 hours of a mediation. our first rob nesbitt has more on what happened during the back and forth at city hall. >> the disagreement between club deluxe in the landlord was over past rent and future rent covid regulations and shutdowns having a strain on the business. but lovers of the jazz club willing to go down without a fight ever since it was announced that club deluxe had plans to close their haight ashbury location. >> there was a mood change at the popular jazz club, tenor, saxophone and clarinet is cameron ortiz played what he thought would be his last performance there sunday night. we had to play that the last song in my just like really like, you know, you like people liked here, not including myself, what he and the audience to not realize was that supervisor dean preston would bring the club's owner and the property owner
toss investments together at san francisco city hall monday. yesterday we had 6 and a half hour. >> mediation and in the early evening with the deal that's going allow the club to stay open in its current location for years to come. i'm more than excited to hear that. according to the supervisor, there were disputes over what rent was owed and what the lease agreement between the 2 parties would look like in the future. negotiations have derailed until monday. it's a long-term it is one that will allow us to move forward in dominating them today for the legacy business registry. a title offered to businesses in operation for 30 years or more offering financial assistance and benefits to both the business and property owner. supervisor preston is a previous co-owner of the market street music venue. cafe du nord. >> understanding the stress of the small business for the reality is it is it is often just to break even business at club. deluxe owner sarah wild showing her appreciation to supporters in a statement saying, quote, your love of
this venue has helped the landlord understand it is worth supporting the small business by offering a fairly soon. >> a popular jazz club that will be staying put after attracting music lovers to 15, 11 hay street for 33 years. you just really excited to hear like the music fast load, like, you know, it's, you know, really haven't gotten that really anywhere else. >> chief operating officer of air toss invest been sent a statement to kron 4 regarding the lease agreement with club deluxe saying, quote, our goal in the months of working on this was to get to the successful outcome we have today keeping the club open. we're very appreciative of supervisor preston for his work helping to get this deal done. reporting in the newsroom. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> still ahead, a follow-up to our earlier story on a whistleblower accusing twitter of lax security how this could potentially shake up the social media company's current legal battle with elon musk. >> still hot the valleys today. a cooldown is in the works will tell you when. coming up next. and an nfl
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confines of levi stadium today before they set off for thursday's preseason finale in houston. the starters they're supposed to play up to half a football against the texans. so we will get a nice long look at trey lance and he needs all the reps he can get. he's been up and down as of late. lance has thrown 4 interceptions in the last 2 days of practice. head coach kyle shanahan said that lance and all the other players on offense put an emphasis on execution. >> i want to see him executed job as well as you can get the team in and out of the hole, call the plays right the ball to the right spot. can't get there. make sure he doesn't have a turnover passing makes a play. just play the position right away. it's still a work in progress. now we have it. >> made by any stretch imagination. but, you know, we've got to play cause best in the world. so, you know, our game plan to how we execute still for this offense.
>> all right. let's head out to the midwest. the giants on the road taking on the detroit tigers and the judge got things going early. top of the first one offer jock peterson. he fights off the pitch inside for a base hit one run scores and the giants take the early lead. top of the 6 evan longoria has been raking lately and he continued to do so today, his second homer in as many games ps is up to 8.53. highest since 2012 giants go on to win this one. 3 to one camillo duval got out of trouble. there in the bottom of the 9th. all righty. let's head to the coliseum. the a's hosting the marlins. the 6 ending is where the marlins did most of their damage para in smokes one to left that made it 4 to nothing. the a's did score 3 in the bottom of the 9th, but it would not be enough. the marlins win it 5 to 3. your final. all righty. that is your look at sports. we'll be right back after a quick
is your accident case worth more than insurance offered? call the barnes firm now to find out. you might be surprised. >> welcome back to kron. 4 news in 9 talking weather and a live look here at san francisco international where you have that low layer of fog and who better to tell us about the weather conditions out there, yeah, you know, usually get that fog out there at sfo are talking delays and some issues that have been the
case for quite some time. no delays being reported. san francisco. >> oakland or san jose airport says we're staying open. unclear right now. temperatures outside still warm. the warm side, especially inland. you really can see the places that are not seeing that effect. that on shore breeze, 80 degrees in concord is 75 in livermore? 83 in antioch should give you a pretty good preview. temperatures, though, along the coastline, cool. we have that fog kind of hugging the coast throughout the summer time and now starting a race back on shore with that westerly component. the winds now tonight, the fog is going to thicken up quite a bit. so it's going to spread not only just in the bay, i think will moving well inland overnight through the delta 2 and looks like tomorrow morning waking up a little bit wet along the probably going to be deep enough marine layer that we'll see some drizzle if you're not seen it already likely going to see some of that probably be measurable overnight tonight along the coastline maybe patchy drizzle inside the bay. then by tomorrow again, it starts to surge back on shore. so kind interesting models are starting to pick up on all the precipitation to.
so here's the forecast for some of that along the coastline. and they're going to be very wet and a half moon bay, the 5, 100's of an inch of precipitation in the form of drizzle just under that in san francisco, then you can just see some patchy drizzle inside the bay in other spots from a measurable in some places. some fun times. you can almost see a 10th of an inch of drizzle out there. that pretty wet night along the coastline. all right. temperatures overnight. those generally into the 50's all around the bay area. tomorrow highs will be a little bit cooler. but on those number 65 degrees in downtown san francisco about 60 in the sunset. again, a little wet tonight and tomorrow morning before partial clearing in the afternoon 50's and 60's along the immediate coast. it will be a damp night out there tonight. coast side inside the bay, though you're looking mid 60's in the millbrae 67 degrees in becoming sunny little breezy in the burning game in the afternoon, 70 in san carlos. 69 in foster city. and then we're warming up to the south bay should be a beautiful day in the santa clara valley, 70's and 80's air quality looking good as well. still hot spots in the may be 92 in livermore about
89 in pleasanton. 87 in snow. 72 new union city. the idea you get over the east bay hills and those temperatures are still staying on the hot side, maybe as high as 95 degrees in vacaville tomorrow. 92 in fairfield, as you move back toward the coastline, drizzle going to be an issue yet some 70's along the coastline there yesterday tomorrow looks like those numbers probably only 50's with a drizzle out there and the fog to temperatures kind of meandering the next couple days. no major changes that will cool down on saturday and sunday. i think overall the trend will be towards some cooler weather as we head in toward last week of august. cool. yeah. cool. is that exactly thanks a a whistleblower accusing twitter of cybersecurity negligence. twitter's former head of security alleging the company lied to federal regulators about. >> its defense against hackers and spam accounts. yeah, we were talking about this at the top of the show. a several members of congress now calling on an investigation to those claims. so to talk about
this, we're joined live by our technology expert burton kelso. you have a company called inter goal question number one. 0st, we want legal and financial problems. is this going to create for for twitter if it's true? >> a few years ago e that they were going to pix. >> all of those security such as bots and leet twitter accounts. well, what this whistleblower saying is true. that water is going to be in a heap trouble because they didn't fix what they were supposed to take this. and obviously this is probably one of the issues. what you on musk has backed out of the twitter deal because he wants to go purchase a company that could be facing some serious legal issues are not being responsible and doing what they were supposed to be. >> this whistleblower, peter it he describes his findings
as, quote, egregious deficiencies, negligence, willful ignorance and threats to national security and democracy. do you think what he's alleging is true? and if so, it seems wildly concerning. >> it is. and i think probably what's being said is true, because if you look at all of the other social media accounts versus twitter. you definitely see a lot of bought are up on action on twitter versus other accounts that instagram or even facebook currently that. so i mean, this is pretty serious because obviously governments use twitter in order to communicate with their base. and i mean, there's just all sorts of information that could be leaked on the dark web and obviously being a social media. dion put her should have taken care of this problem a long time ago.
>> ok, so for those of us who don't care a whole lot about elon musk and, you know, jack dorsey, in all these, you know, >> dude's for those of us who use twitter. should we be concerned about our privacy? and and and are we being asked. >> definitely because if you're like most people, you're probably using the same user name and password on twitter that you're using on social media accounts knowing this twitter obviously needs to put special security measures in place in order to keep its users safe. also to make sure that the social media giant isn't being hacked by russian robot because we've seen during the pandemic, porter was hacked. and it was hacked. by this using security practices is calling out. an employee to say that they work for tech support. employee gave out important credential
that allowed criminals to drive itself. that point on twitter. so i mean, obviously the they they're in big trouble. so they need to really. make sure that they are locking down things so that users still use footer our state and secure. >> and some people do still use twitter. so anything else besides, i guess changing your password? is that the advice is anything else? >> not even taken passwords is going to do you any good. i mean, they've got lapses in their network. i mean it it. anybody can this log in? they get access us to. i think the most thing that people can do is just to watch out. twitter account to make sure that you're talking to an actual individual and not just some random robot program that's running on social media network. >> okay. boy, are we glad we talk to you horton kelso and obviously this is going to go on for a while. so i sounds
like a kind of a pandora's box here. the more they look into it, more things that are, you know, put potentially going to be revealed. and you think the sale with the law is totally done now because of this, sir. >> is that still would you buy twitter? >> no, i think the information that you know now i mean, no, i was never go it sounds like it's going to let him off the hook having to pay a, you know, a fee for backing out of the deal. maybe it uses this well that good. we don't have time to get into that. we need to go to a break. we hope, but that you'll come back and explain things to a site in the future. thank you so we need to take a quick break. need to take a quick break. here at city of refuge, we house up to 26 families. we reduce homelessness, address mental health, provide spaces for addiction to be broken, create spaces of healing and restoration. for the first time ever, prop 27 will provide permanent funding for organizations like ours. saying yes to prop 27
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wouldn't hurt him. they kind of cracked a bit and got him and no sign of the possum. so oh, well. that will do it for kron. 4 news at 9 o'clock. but katherine is here with a look at the stories you guys are working over the 10. well, the firefighter, one of them said worse. the mother. >> where is the mother, which is pretty sweet. they cook. all right. coming up 10 o'clock, paul pelosi has front of house speaker nancy pelosi. >> plea to guilty to dui charges and that county will tell you about the policies. his son and penalties is now facing and 3 people injured in a large fire in san francisco will have the latest details. kron. 4 news at 10 begins in a moment. 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,
>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news. >> disturbing to think that another jurisdiction might drop someone who is homeless or is experiencing mental health challenges. >> in the middle of a residential neighborhood with no resources around it. >> the san francisco city attorney's office is investigating tonight after a sandra fell police officer was caught on camera dropping off a man suffering from homelessness and mental illness in san francisco's richmond district. you see it there. good evening, everybody. thanks for being with us tonight on k
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