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know so far? >> well, there were a lot of people standing around the station wondering what exactly was going on. some are just trying to catch the train. but for more than 4 hours, trains were not stopping there. and the area was blocked off. >> i don't know but it's very >> the 24th street plaza above the 24th street mission. bart station in san francisco became a crime scene sunday afternoon. our police say their surveillance cameras showed 2 men arguing near the elevator around one 40. they say that's when one man stabbed the other. the victim then walked down the stairs into the station and collapse on the platform. kenneth love grant works in the area say versus life and was problems lie. >> was heart. police said the suspect ran away after the stabbing and they're still looking for him. park personnel attempted to save the victim but were unsuccessful. love grand wasn't at the plaza when it
happened, but he says he uses the bart station all the time and he's not sad to say, like i just hear stuff like this happens all the time. >> the victim has not yet been identified, but police say they're working with san francisco police and other law enforcement agencies to identify and apprehend the suspect. amanda hari kron, 4 news. amanda, thank you for that live report in the east bay. a sideshow in oakland ruin nearly 200 spectators. and as many as 500 cars overnight, you some video. >> of that sideshow from the citizen app. you can see people even standing in the middle all while cars are just circling around them at a high rate of speed. police say the sideshow went on last night into early this morning in various places across the city of oakland, 7 people in all have been arrested for this. 8 cars have been towed and 4 citations were issued.
simultaneously. it seems this sideshow is taking place in san francisco last night as well. this was on 13th and south van ness avenue under the one o one. as you can see, a lot of smoke from that burning rubber just filling the air at this area later in the video, you do see cops arriving and eventually breaking up that sideshow. to the north bay. now where 2 people were arrested after 2 fights broke out at a football game on friday in windsor. according to the windsor police department just after 08:00pm a physical fight involved around 20 miners broke out during the windsor high school football game within. 35 minutes of that initial fight. police were then called about another group of 20 to 30 people fighting with bats about a mile and a half away from the football field. once deputies arrived on scene, the majority of that crowd, it already left. police believe half of the miners involved were also involved in the first fight. 2
women were arrested. one of them was 60 years old. 2 kids were hurt. one suffering from a cut on the head after being hit with a blunt object. the other suffered a leg injury. police believe this fight was gang related. winds are high school releasing a statement about the fight saying in part, quote, we are relieved there were no weapons or serious injuries occurred while on campus. we have not received any information about that subsequent events, but we hope everyone is safe. 2 armed car burglary suspects are in custody after being caught in a palo alto downtown parking lot happened last week. 25 year-old tommy miller and 25 year-old nino fee up. the up-to were both in possession of loaded firearms when trying to get away their car sideswiped a cop car and then hit another parked vehicle. police say they recovered property recently stolen from 3 separate car burglaries. both men have been booked for multiple charges, including 3 counts of felony car burglary,
conspiracy and carrying a loaded firearm with the intent to commit a felony. a follow-up tonight on the fatal san jose stabbing of a 16 year-old yesterday morning. police now say a second victim, an adult man was also found stabbed in the same location. that man was taken to the hospital, but is expected to be okay. the motive and circumstances surrounding this incident are still under investigation. new statistics released by the state department of justice show violent crime in california is up despite arrest rates going down. the figures released more than one show 150 more homicides than 2020, making it the worst year since 2007 rates of other violent crimes were also up 6.7% from 2020 while property crime rates rose 3%. this uptick in violent crime was accompanied by a decrease in the total arrests being made down more than 7% since 2020.
to the east bay. now where fremont police are investigating a racist rant caught on camera. the victim says he was waiting in line at taco bell on fremont boulevard when a man seen in this video. we're about to show you begin randomly yelling at him. kron 4 taylor bisacky has that story. >> walk out. it's a new year. in the opinion h one chris nguyen gentleman is the victim behind the camera in this video. he says he began recording after this man started yelling racist comments at him. while german was waiting for his order at taco bell on fremont boulevard last sunday. few minutes later, he again said that pick up a but don't need. >> urged to read and write you. you don't need to be fed beef that you guys should you be if you indian, should you be if you don't need jeremy says this was their only interaction before the man went on his tiring mask, don't
come out public like >> nobody from the i'm not here to pick a fight and 41. >> and he said, you know, you into is that you know, a shame. it's disgusting. >> the new spot on the jenin says that's when he and a restaurant employee called fremont police. >> he says the man continued yelling for more than 8 >> says he waited inside the taco bell for officers to arrive. worried that the man might be waiting outside for him. you. >> fremont police are still investigating this incident. i'm taylor bisacky reporting kron. 4 news. >> well, a small plane completed a forced landing yesterday afternoon, according to federal aviation administration, a single engine cessna c one 72 made a
forced landing at manresa state beach near watsonville. 3 people were aboard this aircraft. no injuries reported. the faa has opened up an investigation into the incident earlier this month. we reported on a plane collision at watsonville airport that did take the lives of 3 people. an air quality advisory has been issued for today through tomorrow to wildfire smoke. it's been extended. now, officials say smoke from the rum. the creek fire in southwest oregon is expected to impact us here in the bay area. however, air quality is not expected to be unhealthy, although smoking hazy skies may be visible in parts of the region. if residents can smell smoke, officials say it's important to avoid exposure. stay inside, keep your windows and your doors closed. those are elderly and those with respiratory illnesses are also advised to take some extra precautions through tomorrow. this alert also is urging you to drive a little less, which
officials say is the best way to improve our air quality. with that. we want to get you a check of your forecast. taking a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. the sun is setting. you can kind of see a nice little orange glow back there. i'm meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez standing by. she's been tracking that air quality for us was that it wasn't too bad today, right? yeah, correct. know, well, moderate air particles and that's why we're noticing that remarkable sunset. unfortunately, any time we get smoke and ash particles. >> it allows for this orange glow when the sun is setting and we're going to notice more of that smoke and ash streaming through the bay area overnight into tomorrow as well. so that is why that air quality advisory has been extended through monday. we are tracking moderate air particles for everyone in the bay area. fortunately, no spare the air alerts in effect. but it is something that you do want to keep an eye on, especially those of you matic will have any pulmonary or respiratory issues limit outdoor activity
as much as you can live look outside over golden gate bridge and we're tracking the return of fog us out there along the immediate coastline. cooling down temperatures into the low 60's for downtown san francisco and half moon bay about 13 degrees cooler than those of you in antioch. very pleasant temperatures in the mid 70's out there right now for your sunday night. and we are seeing that cooling trend for most of our inland valleys and that contributed to some much needed relief for east bay valleys. and when tracker for fairly calm conditions. but for fairfield, 22 miles per hour sustained winds gusts upwards of 25 miles per hour and then warming up with seasonal temperatures to start your work week monday for our warmest inland valleys with triple digit heat arriving next weekend for your labor day holiday more. my full forecast in just a few minutes. back to you. thank you. san mateo police pitching in. >> to help out this little furry friend. this all happened this morning. one of the officers finding this injured little deer crawling
onto a nearby freeway off-ramp. on-ramp excuse me, poor thing. officers sprang into action, rescued the little fella. you can see that is a little startled. but they did use a tarp to wrap it up like a blanket. the deer was then transported by patrol car to the peninsula, humane society to be checked out. >> coming up, nasa sending its most powerful rocket into outer space. in just a few minutes, we're going to be joined by experts. tell us more about the mission. and in just a few days here, the government's going to be suspending the free at-home covid program. we'll tell you why. coming up. but first, heading to golden gate park where people celebrated ukraine's independence day a day darkened by a deadly missile strike. the details next.
>> welcome back. russia and ukraine have traded claims of attack. have traded claims of attacks at or near europe's largest nuclear power plant. today's reports intensified fears the fighting could damage the plant and caused a massive radiation leak. ukrainian officials say russian strikes hit areas across a river from the power plant. meanwhile, russia's defense ministry say ukrainian forces attacked the plant twice over the past day,
russian forces took control of it soon after the war began, neither side's attack claims could be independently verified. meanwhile, back here at home, hundreds gathered at golden gate park today to celebrate ukrainian independence day. this year's event, of course, dedicated to ukrainian culture and supporters who are standing by ukraine during the war kron four's gayle ong. was there. >> this year's ukraine day celebration coincides with the 6 month milestone of russia's invasion today, the event is hundreds gathered at golden gate park sunday afternoon as performers took the stage. ukrainian independence day was on august. 24th the day commemorates when ukraine declared its sovereignty from the soviet union in 1991. is we should in we ship you know, we have we and great people
and we will file the event was put on by the ukrainian-american coordinating council. organizers say the event is dedicated to the ukrainian people and their supporters. >> we're standing up for freedom against one here. nicklas likey a first generation. ukrainian attended this event last year. >> he hopes people will not forget about the sacrifices being made in ukraine's. a lot of conflicts. >> in the the that are happening and people just forget about those and go on to other things. but, you know, the people in ukraine. >> i mean, it's everyday that same for. and you know. >> different than it was 6 months ago in san francisco, gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> a bit of back and forth between hollister police and the oakland zoo this weekend.
on friday, a mountain lion found roaming around a neighborhood was shot by hollister police after it charged at an officer. fish and wildlife are attempting to tranquilize it when it lunged and those shots were fired. the animal was then taken to oakland zoo for treatment. but unfortunately, it died from its injuries. hollister. police now frustrated with the way oakland zoo chose to describe the incident on its social media accounts. the police department posted yesterday saying the zoo characterizes their actions as having been reckless and inpatient. they say they followed the lead of fish and wildlife and acted thoughtfully in the best interest of every living being at the scene. the zoo responded today saying the police department was not named in their post nor judged by the zoo. they say their focus was to educate the public about the growing issues around human wildlife conflict and nothing more. this was the scene this afternoon at the oakland estuary. hundreds of dead fish. san francisco bay keeper
says they're seeing a highly unusual amount of sturgeon striped bass and even sharks washing ashore due to the harmful algal blooms spreading in the bay area. this is happening all over from sausalito to foster city. it's pretty concerning here. we want you to stay tuned. coming up at 9.30, we're going to be speaking to an expert about these algae blooms. all right. now to our 4 zone forecast tonight, taking a live look outside at the bay bridge from the embarcadero. i love that blue shaded. very, very nice blue tonight, rolla, just murray's rodriguez joining us with a look at just how warm we got today. him a >> hey, there are no. well, yeah. and we notice some much needed relief for warmest inland valleys with a nice warm up for their coastal cities. so everyone in the bay area happy today for the 2nd half of your weekend downtown san francisco, 4 degrees above average warming up to 69 degrees with concord, 6 degrees below normal in the
low 80's for your afternoon. highs today, warming up to 82 degrees when you should be flirting with 90's this time of year. so not a bad way to wrap up your weekend forecast. and tonight we are noticing some of that marine layer making its way throughout downtown san francisco over the transamerica pyramid. but temperatures for the most part, widespread 60's out there for your sunday night temper on 58 degrees. but check out brett would about 20 degrees warmer. still flirting with 80's at this 8 o'clock hour at 79 degrees. so radar for we are tracking patchy marine layer right along the coast. that's eventually going to make its way inland into our inland valleys. overnight, bringing us another round of drizzle during the overnight hours. but quick clearing and more sunshine for your monday. so we are going to see a nice warm-up to start your work week. monday, warming up temperatures for our warmest inland valleys. exactly where you should be for this time of year. but for now, we are going to see overnight lows tonight, widespread 50's. but
those of you in and talk a little bit milder at 62 degrees. but then temperatures warming up about 5 degrees from today's daytime highs, far east bay valleys conquered in livermore, 89 degrees. and that's exactly where you should be for this time of year with hayward at 75 degrees. san jose. 82 degrees with low 80's for napa and allay in our north bay valleys and downtown san francisco holding steady with temperatures there in the upper 60's. so we are going to see very seasonal temperatures for our warmest inland valleys through wednesday. and then the heat is on. in fact, we're tracking triple digit heat for our labor day weekend and even labor day monday, noel going to be a hot one. i hope no fire sparked. let's be safe out there. bay area. stay cool. stay hydrated. it's going to be a very, very hot weekend for unofficial end to summer next weekend. i do feel like it's almost feeling a little humid some days, though in parts of the bay i just >> kind of weird. but i feel like there's a little bit of moisture in the air like that.
and i think it's just the hot temperatures are making you feel a little bit sweaty in kind of out you know, monsoonal moisture that so we are going to stay dry, but very hot. so just keep that in mind. thanks, everything. thanks. well, millions of americans are soon going to have some, if not all of their student loans forgiven for contributor rebecca solomon has reaction. >> from senate majority leader and longtime proponent of student debt forgiveness chuck schumer. >> families around the nation are bracing for some breathing room following the biden administration's promise last week to cancel $10,000 of student debt for low to middle income borrowers to wait for students. shoulders for close to half of all new yorkers who have debt will be eliminated. >> and for all, the others will be reduced. senator chuck schumer applauds the president's plan, he says will greatly impact new yorkers by canceling at least 16.3 billion dollars in debt in the state. >> 2.2 5 million new yorkers will see some relief. senator schumer says loan service
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though that says ordering will be suspended come september. second, the reason congress hasn't provided the additional funding necessary for this program to continue. so the clock's ticking. if you didn't get that last round where you can get like a dozen tests, you should probably head to the website and do that. >> coming up, it's t-minus 9 hours and counting until nasa officially begins its artemis program. send humans back to the moon and beyond. we have a live interview with a nasa expert right after the break.
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>> welcome back. our top story this half-hour, nasa getting ready to make history tomorrow. the u.s. space agency expecting to launch its most powerful rocket yet this is happening 50 years after the final flight of the legendary saturn, 5 moon rocket. this test flight is a critical and overdue one. the artemis one mission. it's going to sending in an piloted orion crew capsule on a 42 day voyage around the moon. liftoff from the kennedy space center is set for tomorrow morning just after 05:30am, our time. but before they lift off tonight, we're going to be speaking with nasa expert jeremy van der cam about this mission. jeremy, thank you for joining me. yeah, my pleasure. well, nasa says this is the safest spacecraft ever created for humans. what makes it so
different from previous spacecrafts? >> well, it's been a whole lot of technology development that was implemented cents the prior apollo program since the space shuttle program. all of our human support systems are much more advanced. all of our ability to test out the computer systems down. we're competing systems to ensure that environment safer crew are much more advanced. and we've employed all that technology on to the ryen spacecraft. >> all right. well, i know you kind of mentioned apollo apollo missions. i feel that's what we've all grown up on. of course, how does the artemis program differ from the apollo program? >> yeah, it's great question. so the apollo program was really that just achieve ing the feet of getting people onto the moon. i was never intended to to establish a sustainable presence on the moon. and that's what art. and this is really all about the artemis program over the course of several missions will seek to establish continue human presence to the building of lunar bases. you know, since the apollo
program, we've confirmed that there is water ice on the moon. that can be a resource both for drinking as well as rocket fuel. and so it's really about getting that first foot hold in our solar system to learn how to live off planet and then extend further beyond. >> so like mars is on the on the docket here at some point. >> yeah, that's the idea particularly if we can learn how make refueling the pows and the like around the moon or on the moon than that gives us a massive advantage for us sending large spacecraft to mars spacecraft capable of putting humans there. >> well, this is here. and again, we mentioned a little bit earlier to 42 day voyage. what are you most excited about for this mission? >> a lot of i've been working on the right program since 2006. so it's been a long journey for me. just excitement of being a part of such a historic mission is exciting. personally on the technical side, my my we were
has been working on the rain heat field this entire time. so when artemis one comes back to earth, 42 days from tomorrow. that's our big test of that heat and that's where we will then finally that the 2 are prior point that really is a safe space craft. not only safe but comfortable to fly these long-term missions to the >> so tomorrow's the big day, but your big day is 42 from now. >> yeah, there's a fair or not. that has to happen. but yeah, a little bit of time to wait. >> are you coming to us from florida? are you here in california where you? >> i'm here in california i'll be supporting the mission for the recovery aspect out of san diego when that time comes. all right. very cool. where can our viewers go to learn a little bit more about this flight and the artemis program itself? yeah. the dot gov website has just a ton of resources that are up right now. you can track the mission in a real-time. once we get up into space, you can see how the countdown is going now.
>> there's all kinds of multimedia pictures, videos, everything to to help you find out everything you'd ever want know about this mission. >> very cool. well, i know a lot of us are going to be glued to the television tomorrow morning. it's pretty early here. it's going to be happening around 5.30, tomorrow morning, our time. but i know a lot of folks really excited to to see nasa get back up there and and see what we can do about the traveling to the moon. thank you so much for joining us. >> yeah, my pleasure. >> well, here on earth, krispy kreme is celebrating nasa's moon mission with the new space themed donat wheel. the artemis moon donut. >> it's filled with cheese cake flavored cream dipped in cookies and cream icing. the company says it is designed to look like the moon and will be available at krispy kreme all across the country for just one day. i wish they'd done it for the whole 42 days since. that's how long the mission going to be. maybe they'll extend at krispy kreme. if you're listening to that we want to get a check of your forecast is a live look at. sfo tonight. things looking pretty good out there, but
we're hoping things look pretty good in florida tomorrow morning. i know that. i think the last time i checked it said something about 70% chance of of ago. yeah, there's going to be a little bit of rain out there. >> well, it up to 80% possible of a successful launch looking good well, we are tracking pop-up thunderstorms off the coast early for your monday morning out in florida. so it looks like all systems ago. let's expect a successful launch. that's what i'm predicting. as far as the forecast. so you can see we are going to notice some light scattered showers, but the heaviest most extreme and severe rain won't arrive until friday afternoon for this state of florida. so i'm expecting a successful launch tomorrow, but just in case there isn't there is that very small margin, a window where it could not be successful, just about 20% those. so we are expecting about 2 backup dates in september just in case. but i think it's going to be a successful launch. what an amazing experience for
nasa and artemis in general. best of luck with that. let's take a look, though. back on land and here in the bay area. we're tracking some patchy marine layer out there right now for our sunday night and radar for we are going to see the return of dense, low clouds and fog overnight. and even for your sierra forecast looking very calm as well. a little bit breezy but not too bad. a lot of sunshine for your monday, but then some afternoon clouds throughout the eastern portions of the sierra. but we are going to see temperatures in the low 80's for south lake tahoe, mid 80's for truckee and temperatures warming up soightly. but ahead of the memorial day and labor day weekend, we are going to see another round of hot temperatures. so those of you expecting to head out to the sierra and expecting nice weather, we are going to see warm temperatures there as well in the 90's. so just keep that in mind. if you are planning in the labor day plans for next weekend in the sierras. so temperatures out there right now closer to home here in the bay area. widespread 60's out there.
right now, we are seeing a few upper 50's far north bay valleys, petaluma, fairfax and timber on all in the upper 50's with temperatures tomorrow holding steady along the coast. thanks to that cool sea breeze. but we are going to warm up for a warmest inland valleys, widespread mid to upper 80's there with half moon bay at 63 degrees. and temperatures for your next 7 day forecast. we're going to be on cruise control all the way through monday and wednesday. but then we are going to notice a late week warm-up just ahead of the labor day weekend with triple digit heat. returning for your long holiday labor day weekend. so plan ahead. bay area back to you know, well. >> but recent thank you. in just a few minutes, we're going to take you to a tasty spot. opening up in san francisco. details in just a bit. >> plus, ever heard of an emotional support alligator. now you have got some a video of a little girl and her best friend just a few minutes. and coming up, special olympics, northern california softball took place this weekend. we're
played hard, have fun. and richard on by their family and friends, special olympics athletes train for weeks for this competition, which serves as the culmination of softball season for them. special olympics, northern california does offer free year-round events and up to 11 different sports for children and adults. well, hey, if you love going to the movies in of this on saturday, september 3rd, movie tickets will be just $3 at most american theaters. it's part of a new national cinema day more than 3,000 theaters and 30,000 screens will be taking part major chains like amc and regal cinemas are participating as are all of the major studios. tickets will be no more than $3 for every showing all day. this coming saturday, labor day weekend. traditionally one of the slowest weekends for theaters. so maybe this encourage more people to head on out there. >> stick with a silicon valley celebrated pride with a parade
fast casual greek cuisine, our vicki liviakis introduces us to a tasty spot. opening another location in san francisco. >> so it was a little bit of greece in san francisco because zena says it's all about the ingredients are just minimal, freshness and minimal preparation. new to the dogpatch neighborhood. this is location number 5 in the city with plans to expand north south and east bay. so what is family friendly? fast casual with a mediterranean flair? sure you can do pick up at the counter dine-in and meet the ever popular lamb or chicken rotisserie or here at the new dogpatch location. pull up to them as a bar and grab a and glass wine or beer being great >> everything you know, has always revolved around >> owner charles billi zone family had a restaurant, but he gets his inspiration from the souvlaki joints. you see all over athens. >> and then we have this as a
bar. this marble bar with its own menu. >> here at them as a bar, the menu includes classic light dishes like dips and pita chips taking a course. everyone knows and loves greek yogurt cucumber and dill gomez are fresh octopus or these wicked little doughnut holes called look you won't want to pass on a cool swirl of frozen greek yogurt topped with either crushed. but cherry syrup or even olive oil and sea salt. of course, no as it goes without a beverage to wash it down. everything really just going to be sure. but can't do host glass from the vineyards of greece. yeah. most to your in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron. 4 news. >> is delicious about it happened. >> hey, take a look at this. silicone valley pride parade happened today. san jose mayor sam liccardo tweeting out these photos >> of himself with california assemblymember evan low and several others. he said he was
happy to ride and celebrate the resilient spirit and diversity of the south bay's lgbtq+. residents. the san jose sharks also joined thousands of people who marched in the streets today. today was the culmination of over a week's worth of pride events in the south bay. just check your calendars next weekend as oakland's pride parade. so some of the check out. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> the giants already slim chance of making the postseason took a major hit this weekend in minnesota. this is supposed to be a team fighting for its playoff life. but you wouldn't know it by how they played this weekend. let's go to the many apple giants fans in minnesota just wave of the by those playoff hopes they they see what's going on. top of the 5th dji's down 3 to 2 until brandon crawford rips one into right field. evan longoria on his horse. he comes on in to score
in just like that. we have a tie game with the twins. they respond in the bottom of the inning. max kepler with the shot to left center. that's it. warning track power twins go back up. it's 4 to 3. for a way off at home. all right. later in the inning is 5, 3 now gio urshela. pops of fly out to right and a year ago, i think mike, this rescue makes this play. you can't make it today. swipes at knocks it into the stands for rbi ground-rule double the judge going to lose 8. the 3 biggest swept in minneapolis. a's honor the 20th anniversary of the 2002 team. that had that 20 game win streak during the height of the billy beane moneyball era got things going early in this one. stephen vogt, it's a towering shot over the head of aaron judge. kind of a homecoming for aaron judge. you from about 90 minutes away from oakland vote has himself an rbi double, by the way, is up one. nothing
later in the inning there miss garcia with a single to left vote comes on in to score garcia tries to make it to second, but he got a little too greedy. you're out. go sit down top of the 5th. now it is up 14, nothing. adrian martinez, he was just called up from triple a he was locked in. struck out. josh donaldson here. he won 5 in a 30 only gave up 3 hits and a run a's win it 4 to one day. take 2 from the bronx bombers. we're just 2 weeks out of the niners season opener against the chicago bears and one of their best players is already on ice will too. if you want to count jimmie ward. but right now we're focusing on deebo samuel people suffered a bone bruise in his knee, did not practice today. the niners expect him to be out all week. the team said that bone bruise occurred during the texas game on thursday. here was be both only target during that game. got tangled up with texans cornerback steven nelson. he's
supposed to be ready for the opener in a couple of weeks. but of course, we will be monitoring that injury all right. that's your look at sports. back to you guys. >> jason, thank you. want to get your check of your forecast tonight. taking a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. things moving nice and smooth along there. looking like a nice night. nice and cool before the big warm rig as standing by. she's got a look at the forecast for tomorrow's game. henry hey, they're not well, yeah, let's stick to that. supports out there. and we're going to notice the giants facing off against the padres, breezy winds, but also very pleasant temperatures for those of you heading out at the ballpark mid-sixties with winds out of the southwest gusts upwards of 20 miles per hour or less. so let's take a look at your bay area forecast for your sunday night because we're starting to notice the return of fog us out there right now. a few more days left of fog is camp believes september. >> is right around the corner. temperatures out there right
now. cooling down into the mid to upper 50's along the bay area coastline. widespread 60's. those you make your way inland with the exception of brentwood, the one outlier in the mall, this city in the bay area currently in the mid 70's at 76 degrees. you won't even need a sweater if you're heading out there right now for your sunday night. temperatures tomorrow, the warming up about 5 degrees for concord and livermore back in the upper 80's, which is exactly where you should be for this time of year. low 80's. for those of you an app and 83 degrees for fremont with oakland, 10 degrees cooler at 73 degrees in downtown san francisco. holding steady flirting with 70's at 69 degrees. and taking a look ahead at the next 7 day outlook. we're going to notice after monday. very cool, seasonal temperatures along the coast, but we're going to be on cruise control for most of our warmest inland valleys. and then the heat is on on thursday. we're going to start september first on a very hot know. so we're going to transition from august to steam timber. that's what our
viewer combo actually coined. i told him i'd give him a credit year is sitting for next weekend with temperatures in the triple digits for hottest alleys. even for your labor day monday. so you've been warned, i'm sorry, i'm just the messenger. the sweat is upon. this team is >> stick with us here. going to tell why this little girl is walking around with an alligator.
♪ ah, da, da, da, da da, da, ah, ah ♪ >> well, take a look at this. it's not even september, but at least one bay area. costco wants you in the christmas spirit already. these photos taken today at a costco in novato. >> decorative christmas items already on the shelves, including this large snowman. those light posts in artificial christmas tree that's apparently going for over $1000. the christmas holiday is 119 days away just under 4 months. who's counting right? the so-called christmas creep happens when retail stores just start to push out christmas themed merchandise months before the holiday. experts say this gets customers into the christmas spirit and then encourages them to church. start shopping for christmas gifts. so can spend a little bit more money. it's actually probably a good
thing to start looking at the gifts stuff now that we're not rushing at the end like i always am. i say this, i'm not going to do it, but maybe you from that to this city of brotherly love. they're also apparently in love with their alligators. it's not every day you see a girl walking alligator on a leash in the middle of the park, according to the philly voice, the alligator is an emotional support animal named wally and he is currently leading the vote in america's favorite pet online popularity contest. i did not know that you could have an alligator as an emotional support animal that actually frightens me a little bit. but he seems to be loving a splash pad wherever they are. so, hey, if he's helpful to her than that's wonderful. that's all the time we've got here. kron, 4 news at 8, but we will be back with more news coming up on kron. 4 news at 9 in just a few minutes away.
you're watching kron. 4 news at known. >> right now at 9 bart police still looking for the man who fatally stabbed someone this afternoon at a san francisco bart station. good evening. thanks for joining us here on kron. 4 news at 9. i'm noelle bellow, the 24th street mission. bart station was closed for most of the afternoon following that stabbing. but service was restored just a few hours ago. trains now stopping there again. kron four's amanda hari was at the scene all day long gathering information. she joins us live now from the newsroom. amanda, what was it like out there? >> well, there were a lot of people standing around the station wondering what was going on. some are just trying to catch the train. but for more than 4 hours, trains were not stopping there. and the area was blocked off. >> i don't know but it's very sad and disturbing. >> the 24th street plaza above the 24th street mission. bart station in san francisco became a crime scene sunday afternoon. our police say their surveice