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>> now at 10, a family's plea for justice after an 8 year-old girl from hayward is found dead in merced said county. the family's battle tonight against child protective services in the home said this does not happen to another child. thank you for joining us for kron. 4 news tonight at 10. i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne kron four's amanda hari talked to sophia's family and their attorney about their decision to take. >> legal action and she has more. amanda. >> sophia, mason's family says they knew the 8 year-old girl's life was in grave danger with her mother and the man she was living with. they say sophia was subjected to extreme emotional, and physical abuse, but they say they repeated pleas to alameda county's child protective services went unanswered and now they want cps to be legally responsible for sophia's death. >> i thought the one thing that we can do and owner of sophia's legacy is change the
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law or at least change the system so that this doesn't happen to anyone else. a wrongful death claim against alameda county, child protective services accuses the agency of failing to protect sophia mason. >> it says beginning in january of 2021, alameda county receive referrals, alleging that sophia's mother hit her, choked her and covered her mouth to subdue her screams out of 7 referrals made to the county in the last 14 months of her life. sophia's relative melissa harris says 5 were not investigated all of these calls and complaints and anonymous tips with either and investigated unanswered or were told that they were unfounded. harris says she found the booth law firm in southern california to represent them. >> and the petition is filed in sofia's grandmother's name sylvia johnson. she cared for sophia between the ages of one and 7 until her biological mother took her back. >> my aunt is not the same. there's a huge sophia size hole in her heart that can
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never be filled. what happened to ph tragic and heartbreaking in an unfortunately common carly sanchez's, the child abuse attorney representing the family. she says their whole law firm focuses on representing children or their surviving relatives. >> against cps. so the hope is with this lawsuit and all the lawsuits that i final to make it more expensive for the county to do it wrong. >> then to do what they need to do to make the county's safe havens for these children as they're supposed to be. sanchez says her firm is aware of issues with an alameda county cps. it's very clear that the county of alameda more so than any other county in in the state is not investigating but coming in at much higher numbers than any other counties. harris says she becomes emotional thinking about the last time she saw sophia, knowing what she does now, i notice a little breeze and her hand and i asked if she was ok, and she said, yes.
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>> but what i learned in retrospect from that is because of all of these previous calls that have been ignored, she had learned not to complain because when she complained she was punished. >> harris tells me no amount of money will make up the loss of sophia, but this case could help save other children's lives. the county now has 45 days to respond to this claim. amanda hari kron, 4 news. amanda, thank you. the man accused of killing sophia dante jackson was arrested in newark over the weekend. >> after a 6 month long manhunt, he made a virtual court appearance in merced county today, but his arraignment was rescheduled to wednesday because he didn't have an attorney. 3 women were also arrested, accused of helping jackson hide from police since march. sophia's mother samantha johnson was arrested in march and has been charged with murder and child abuse. now to the gruesome case in san mateo county, where 27 year-old karina castro was be headed with a
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sword last week in san carlos. mother's former boyfriend is now charged with her murder. our grant lodes is here with details on what happened in court today. grant emotional day, as you can imagine for the victim's family. >> the man accused of killing her. meanwhile, you see him here with the mask in the middle. that's her ex-boyfriend. the father of her one year-old daughter. 33 year-old jose raphael solano is now charged with murder in the case he kept his head down the entire time. didn't react to anything. >> that happened in court today. the district attorney's office says landeta attacked castro with a sword outside her home in san carlos. that was last thursday. he was taken into custody the same day and he's been held without bail land that it was expected to enter a plea in the case today. but his attorney requested he be given a psychological evaluation. the court agreed and suspended criminal proceedings until that evaluation has been completed.
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>> it is better to get this taken care of. now to determine whether he's competent to stand trial, then to do it in 2 years when we're about ready to start a trial, we've been going through the whole process of the criminal prosecution and then suddenly that the week before trial, the motion is made at least now we can get a determination made is what exactly is his mental state and how does it impact a criminal prosecution? >> the san mateo county da there. steve wagstaffe also said castro had cuts. >> all over her body, including numerous cuts on her neck. again. she was beheaded. they say in castro's family was also in the courtroom today. you see them leaving. they were visibly upset, declined to speak to the media. we have learned that the parents of the victim are working to gain custody of those 2 children. a one year-old and a 7 year-old pam. and ken, now back to you. thank you. grant in the east
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bay tonight, a renewed plea from the parents of alexis gabe. >> the east bay couple's only daughter disappeared nearly 9 months ago. authorities believe that she was killed, but her body is still mi sing games car was returned to her parents this past weekend. and as kron four's theresa tells us. >> it was an emotional moment as a couple continues to look for answers >> the mandate been it slashed by all of them memories that we have together. alexis, gabe's mom talking about the moment she said in her daughter's beloved car this past weekend. >> to drive it home. >> just. it's so unfair that can only bring her car and the car had been in fbi custody ever since the 24 year-old from oakley disappeared on january. 26 donations have been pouring in to help find alexis gabe, including $11,000 to pay off the car from the
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bank. >> to and to be able to keep that car. the car is now clean and decorated with well, she stop. >> she have a sheath of said there there's also a that stuffed animal in there. >> that's how her and connect right now. there's a bunch of flowers there. a lot of a lot of followers stopped by and but some left some flowers and also some butter in there for her. >> game went missing after visiting her boyfriend, marshall jones in antioch. police say that evidence found in jones's home and dna from gabe's broken phone tossed in a field, identify jones as a suspect. jones was killed in seattle in june during a confrontation with u.s.. marshals, investigators say jones left behind a note mentioning traveling to amman or county searches have come up empty. the games are
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depending on the public to bring their daughter home. and just continue searching. >> a cash reward of $100,000 is now available for the person that finds her body. it's not just important for >> so, you know, so we can give a good and nice memorial and we can bring our own. but it's also crucial the investigation to recess stasio kron. 4 news. >> and now to a huge cannabis bus to this happened in nc. a investigators say 10,000 on license plants were seized. they estimate it's worth 7.3 million dollars. they also found more than $23,000 in cash and 6 firearms, according to 70 warrants were served throughout the city from august 31st to september, the 7, 2, people are in critical condition tonight after a shootout at an indoor marijuana site.
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>> police say a total of 3 people were hit in another 2 suspects are on the run. kron four's haaziq mod-yoon talk to police about the tense moments that led up to the shooting. >> we need help people have been shot on adams then their pursuit still going on and illegal marijuana grow operation was the scene of a shootout in an extended police pursuit sunday at around 04:20am, here in the 2000 block of adams avenue in san leandro. >> san leandro police lieutenant matthew barajas, illegal indoor marijuana cultivation that house anywhere from 7 to 8,000 marijuana plants. san leandro police investigators say armed security guard was shooting it out with burglars trying to break in to still the marijuana. i believe our dispatch center received a 9-1-1 call of a shooting that won't break facility and there's people in front of the building. >> her point there were shots fired. >> we have one victim in critical condition. we have
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one suspect in critical condition and more burglary suspects got into a uhaul truck and a newer model, silver jeep. >> then that police on a pursuit that started on surface streets in san leandro. >> it looks like open what north bound big >> the police pursuit to the freeway into oakland. this is citizen video showing the major impact on the traffic. they switched vehicles from the to the g. as are switching vehicles were able to capture one suspect. >> the chase went on for another 20 minutes ending on 31st street mlk way with the 2 unidentified suspects getting away. so end police investigators say surveillance video from the legal cannabis cultivation facility will play a key role in tracking down those 2 suspects. that will give us a clear picture of what exactly happened. anyone with information is asked to contact san leandro police. >> i kron 4 news.
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>> electric scooters her make it easy for locals to get around town and put tourists to sightsee. but they're getting in the way of other people on san francisco sidewalks. now, 3 local lawmakers, we're trying to pass a resolution to further regulate them. kron 4 s ella sogomonian talked with one of those lawmakers joins us live. ella house is going to help. >> well, there are 3 companies, bird lime and spin and they're already being fined for sidewalk bows. but the goal here is to hold the people who rent them accountable when they break the rules. aaron peskin is one of 3 san francisco board supervisors who dropped that resolution. he oversees highly populated tourist areas like the embarcadero and fisherman's wharf where this happens all too often. and he says causes a danger to pedestrians and people with disabilities. so if passed, the fine would be divided between the companies and the customer. chris caught improperly writing or parking on a sidewalk since last july. the municipal transportation authorities cited bird spin and lime 12,000 times for a
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total of more than a million dollars in fines. but explains of people keep repeating these mistakes. so they should take on at least half of the cost of the citation to learn their lesson. >> i want to reform behavior and get these people to stop writing our sidewalks and endangering inconveniencing our pedestrians. and so if part of the fine is passed onto the consumer, they are going to realize that it comes with a price to riding sidewalks. >> the resolution would also force the scooter companies to use existing technology that's known as fencing to prevent the scooter from driving on sidewalks or they will have to shut down their operations. the board will take on a vote sometime later this month or in early october in the newsroom. ella sogomonian kron. 4 news. thank you. tonight bar has a new schedule. officials say it's intended to provide a. >> a new level of consistency for writers the week. it is supposed to bring improvements
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include. earlier, trains improve connections with regional transit partners and less wait. time traveling through millbrae to and from sfo. you can find a full list of changes on our website. kron 4 dot com. >> tonight, the mosquito fire continues to tear across tahoe national forest shooting plumes of smoke up to 40,000 feet into the air, creating what's called pyrocumulus clouds. our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is going to break down how these clouds are formed. he's coming up in just a moment. but first, let's get the latest on the actual firefight. despite cooler temperatures today, the historically dry vegetation everywhere has fueled the fire even more fire crews continue to build control, lies and are utilizing strategic firing operations in an attempt to contain the blaze. tonight, the fire has burned more than 48,000 acres. it is 16% contained. here's a closer
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look at where the mosquito fire is burning. you see on this map is near just off mosquito ridge road. and that's where we find reporter rowena shaddox live from class to class county where the fire started arena. >> what am i stood here last night? and you can see behind me beneath there by the river, a line of fire tonight. we don't see any flames. we do know they're out there, but we were hard pressed to find any today. that is a really good indication that firefighters are beginning to get a handle on it and concentrate on those containment lines. >> flames destroyed a couple of pine trees, a few miles from the forest hill road this morning. but for the most think inversion layer and cooler temps overnight help to keep the mosquito fire to a moderate burn. firefighters
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used that time to work on containment lines were building that containment lines that everyone wants to know what it's going to increase. >> this is the work that it takes to actually do that and why it is so difficult for the first time yesterday, firefighters were able to get some containment lines around the fire at last check tonight, it was at 16%. >> along the ski tow road where the fire initially started last week. crews worked to put out some hotspots by early evening. the inversion layer lifted and you can see the orange senate for the first time. once majestic pine trees look more like a silhouette of toothpicks on the hillside where flames have raged through. >> so we're about to cross over on the bridge. which is over the north fork in america. >> how things look on outside.
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>> once in eldorado county, we met jamie mitchell, an officer who drove 2 and a half days from minnesota to help out with road closures. it's pretty anytime you get fire that destroys property >> that habitat of the animals and stuff like that. that's, you know, it's you know, they said this was a beautiful spot. but, you know, i haven't seen for the past 5 years. he said he's helped out with the california fires. we hope the firefighters quick in. >> be safe. >> and pam, in grant, you may see some particles that are flying in the air. that wind has kicked up just a little bit. i did as firefighters when they thought they would have a containment by 100%. they thought really it would take at least a month's time reporting live from forest hill tonight. really niche and it's worked for him for news. thank you, rowena. well, now let's get back to that massive cloud created by the mosquito
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fire that is creating its own weather for chief. meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with how these weather events are actually formed. yeah, intense fires break out a lot of times. they'll change the weather. >> in the atmosphere, right in and around that fire. and that's what we saw happen with this fire today. what you see is the hot temperatures begin to rise as the heat rises. we've got a moist lair moving up above. but all of a sudden above that, you'll see that begin to lift that moist eventually forming clouds, sometimes. cumulative numbers. cloud. you can get rain events out of that, get more wind gusts. >> well, today they have more of those clouds forming eventually, actually some storms making their way into the tahoe area. so every day is different with these type of cloud systems and every day is different with fires. they continue to generate all kind of change in with those environments. but we're seeing that tonight again is you've got well, things kind of calming down overnight tonight, which is pretty typical. the sun is set to see. the winds begin to lie down a little bit. love the smoke just kind of sitting in around with that fire is located just some light winds
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blowing in around that fire now. so the smoke, yes, certainly a concern. and that's what they're going to see again for tomorrow. here's latest forecast with the smoke. and you can see the westerly winds picking up making a way pushing its way right toward the tahoe area, up in reno in the carson city, across the crest of the sierra nevada. we're going to see that again. it is pushing out away from the bay area. but look at all that smoke really just kind of sitting in around the fire. now, that's pretty typical. then as we head through the middle of the day, well, all of a sudden you start to see things change. that fire grows the westerly component of the winds that's going bring some better quality our way. right now. we're seeing still some hazy conditions in parts of the bay area beginning to see a little more green shop along the coastline. improving air quality. i think we'll see more of that on the way for tomorrow in the coming days. but should that wind direction
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change again? we'll see some more smoke move back into the bay area. guys, back to you. hey, doris, 200 miles north of the mosquito fire, the mountain fires still burning in siskiyou county. >> that fire has burned more than 13,000 acres and is 60% contained. it's destroyed 4 structures and is threatening 500 more. cal fire says firefighters are having trouble containing the fire because of steep rocky terrain. not far from the mountain fire. there is good news on the mill fire. also burning in siskiyou county. that fire started just hours before the mountain fire. but it's expected to be fully contained near weed this week. the mill fire has burned nearly 4,000 acres in southern california. the deadly fairview fire burning in riverside county is now more than half contained. that fire burned more than 28,000 acres. 2 people died. 36 structures have been destroyed. other news tonight, president biden traveling to boston today to draw attention to a new study. the names to be a game changer in the fight against cancer.
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it's called the cancer moonshot. it's a nod to the 60th anniversary of president john f kennedy's moonshot speech in which he outlined his goal to land a man on the moon. today, president biden laid out his plans to reach a goal of cutting the u.s. death rate from cancer by 50% over the next 25 years drawing attention to the study that seeks evidence for using blood test to screen against multiple cancers. it's being touted as a potential game-changer in diagnostic testing to dramatically improve early detection and treatment of the disease. cancer is the number 2 leading cause of death among americans. president biden says this is one of the reasons he ran for president. >> we focused on turning the moon, shot into a movement. not just the shot, a movement to create a cancer research and care system that most people think we're already have. but they don't realize until i find that can so that we don't. but one that we deserve.
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>> president biden's son beau died of brain cancer in 2015. >> in the uk a week of remembrance and mourning as millions of people pay their respects to the country's longest reigning monarch king charles, the 3rd address, the houses of parliament today before heading to scotland where he led the procession for the queen's coffin to saint giles cathedral in edinburgh, the capital city. the quay will lie at rest there for one day. the new king spoke about continuing his mother's legacy. >> she set an example of sofas to 2, with god's help. and your consuls. i'm riz old face for me to follow. >> the ceremonies will culminate with a state funeral next monday at windsor castle.
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we have more on queen elizabeth's life and legacy. and what happens next for the royal family? it's all on our website at kron 4 dot com. >> still ahead tonight, tricked into the american dream. how videos on tiktok are encouraging immigrants. migrants from latin america to come to the border and the new push that could affect the gun industry. how credit card companies are getting involved. >> and hikers trapped by flames. their story of survival after being surrounded by wildfire.
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>> a growing number of credit card companies has a new strategy in hopes of helping to prevent gun violence. visa says it will now join mastercard and american express and categorizing purchases made in gun shops. previous purchases have been labeled as general merchandise gun control advocates say this move could help monitor suspicious sales activities that could lead to potential mass shootings. but opponents say the tactic unfairly goes after gun stores and firearm owners. potential bad news tonight for your wallet. a biden administration official says high gasoline prices could be clawing their way back. treasury secretary janet yellen says that fuel costs could spike again this winter
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as the european union scales back its purchases of russian oil yellen says the move is necessary to cut off money for russia's war in ukraine. she says the u.s. and its allies are working on a price cap to address that risk. >> still ahead tonight, a gruesome killing of a popular chicken and waffles spot in l a what investigators are saying tonight about the death of rapper pnb rock and the encounter between the rapper and his killer. a woman's dna in san francisco taken to investigate her assault case ends up putting her behind bars. what she's now doing to try to limit how sfpd uses evidence. and the navy says it still has more classified u f o videos. wyatt says it won't release them to the public. and temperatures cool down. some are quickly coming to an end. we'll have your and of summer
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>> tonight, the san francisco police department is facing a lawsuit for using the dna of a assault victim to later put her behind bars as kron four's. dan kerman reports the victims attorneys now hope to stop law enforcement agencies from storing the dna of victims. and then using that dna for other cases. >> our criminal justice system in this regard should be victim centered. a further victimize are attorneys for rape victim had filed a federal civil rights lawsuit
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against the city and county of san francisco in the police department for storing her dna collected at the time of the assault and then using it against or in an unrelated property crime years later, we only know because of san francisco being caught with their hand in the cookie jar. that they were using his dna in a way that there was no consent. and then of these victims were even given the courtesy of being told that not only was a dna being stalled for in the money stored, some might say stolen for in perpetuity. but that it was being weaponized against them and routinely search in february district attorney chesa dropped the property crime case against jane doe and police said they no longer under take the practice of searching the database to tie victims to other crimes. the original contract was paid. here it is. use it for prosecuting the person that. >> that victimize me and they already broke that promise. oh, i don't think you can go
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ahead and just say, oh, we promise we won't do it again. in fact, attorneys believe there may be thousands of other victims. >> san francisco supervisors have passed an ordinance allowing dna storage for only 60 days. but attorneys say only an independent agency like the state department of justice should be able to maintain any such database, not the city of san francisco. they cannot be trusted with this material. they do not have people's authorization or consent to maintain it. and we certainly don't know where it's winding up in its various uses by our government state. senator scott wiener has a stronger bill awaiting the governor's signature. but this lawsuit will proceed either way. we're hopeful that police departments will do the right thing and voluntarily on their own be proactive. >> what's stopping this egregious overreach of the government and if they're not going to willing to do it, then stand in the we stand ready to do it for them. dan kerman kron, 4 news. >> developing news in southern california tonight. police are looking for the person who shot and killed rapper pnb
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rock. >> the 30 year-old rapper whose real name is allen was eating at roscoe's chicken and waffles when he was shot this afternoon as skaters say the rapper was sitting at a table eating when the suspect pulled out a gun and demanded items from rock. they say there was a verbal exchange before the suspect fired the gun at rock several times. that person ran away and police say the suspect remove some of the rapper's property, roscoe's chicken and waffles, released a statement saying it is deeply saddened by his death and his passing represents an enormous loss to each and every one of us. >> 3 people are recovering tonight after being hurt by a falling tree. it happened at of quicksilver park and santa clara county this morning. it's not exactly clear how the 3 people were hurt or the extent of the injuries tonight. >> that is so crazy.
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>> some rather scary moments for some residents in an area called twin peaks in the san bernardino mountains. one family looked out their back door and some little rivers of mud coming down the hill into their yard and your backyard. it was triggered by the remnants of tropical storm kay in southern california. those streams of mud when all around the house. but the good news is it didn't make it inside or cause any significant damage. as storm also triggered waterfalls to form in the nation's hottest and driest national park. that's a lot of water. >> many roads in death valley still remain closed. about 40 vehicles were trapped by the flooding over the weekend. let's get to our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow to tell us what's going on out there warrants. yeah, they're getting the effects of all that tropical moisture out there. usually only about a 2 and a quarter inches for the entire year in death valley in less than a quarter of an inch. usually this month. but every once a while to get the storms fall apart and they get some of moisture out there and all of a sudden get the tropics. yeah. paying a visit
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to death valley and there you go. you get the water falls outside out there tonight around the bay area. we do have some fog that is moving in. it will take an up and push well, the interior valleys overnight tonight, temperatures in the 50's and the 60's right now. so far cry from where we're at just last week with all those record-breaking temperatures and by this time of the night, we're still looking at some 90's outside. so really cool things down. temperatures today actually running below average in san francisco. 66 degrees 70 in oakland, 81 in san jose. 85 degrees in livermore. 86 in concord, 86 degrees in santa rosa. all right. here's some of that moisture are talking about the remnants of that former hurricane. and you can see still working its way through parts of the desert into death valley. numerous thunderstorms up over the sierra nevada again today. and some of that moisture. elan trickling through the bay area. but things kind of quieting down just some passing clouds out there right now. you've got the low clouds and fog down below. you've got some mid to high level clouds. some of the some tropical moisture up above. but kind of interesting here. we've got that big dome of high pressure that brought that record heat that is now
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move east and all of a sudden now this trough kind of carbon sof out along the west coast and that's going to keep these temperatures down quite a bit. some mild to warm around most of the bay area tomorrow, a fog along the coastline. of course, keeping those temperatures on the cool side. interesting, though, things begin to switch up the long-range pattern here. you've got one area of low pressure spinning off the coastline by wedneshay that keeping the temperatures down a little bit below the average. then as we get the weekend, this will get a little bit closer. that's something to bear models the last run. at least we're painting a chance of some rain in the bay area's we get in towards sunday. the other models, not so on this one. beginning to dry out a little bit right now. so we're going to keep our eyes on that for you. but then looks like things are going to calm down after that temperature wise numbers tomorrow 60's in a much of san francisco on the coastline 50's 60's with the fog there that 69 degrees, you'll find some sunshine and burning game 70 in san carlos. 71 in mountain view, the south bay enjoying very comfortable weather 70's mid 70's. there may be some upper 70's well inland by tomorrow afternoon. so really some nice weather
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showing up around the baarea as we head through the day tomorrow, relatively mild compared to where we're just this past week. but the next few days, can you believe it's summer winding on down temperatures running below the average into next weekend to now the following week. then we get ready for the first day of fall, which is actually on thursday. there you go. the fall equinox. and here we go. those temperatures warm up by about them. but yeah, what a change in the pattern we've seen just in the past few days, 30 degrees, plus cooler. and we're listen. here's death so and it's also getting darker earlier. i 7.20, is sunset time all changing fast. >> all right, lawrence, thank you. now to an exclusive interview you'll only see on kron 4 news governor gavin newsom sitting down one-on-one with our capital correspondent wallace. the interview touched on several key issues facing the state, including energy and climate newsom. also said what he's doing to respond to wildfires. >> yeah. during our interview,
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governor newsom made clear the state is ramping up its fire fighting abilities, including new investments in a fleet of aircraft right here. and mcclellan airport. governor gavin newsom getting a firsthand look at the 7.37 air tanker. the state plans to use over the next 60 days to help fight fires. the airplane. just one of many the governor saw today during a tour with cal fire at the mcclellan air park. other aircraft include this firehawk helicopter that comes with technology. >> to fight fires at night. that's a game changer. in terms of the plea. during a one-on-one interview, the governor said this fleet is just part of the state's increasing commitment to fight wildfires pointing out over the last 2 years, california has invested 2.7 billion dollars to combat fires. way up from just 200 million in 2020 unprecedented >> tolls equipment personnel, technology, doing everything we can to put a lid on this new some points out his administration has prioritized forest management achieving the goal of fuel reduction on 100,000 acres of land.
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>> but opponents have argued that's just a drop in the bucket. >> some have said, well, that's not ambitious enough. your response? i get it. look, i mean, we were taking unprecedented steps. yes, we will do more. we can do more because we have to do more in order to address the nature of the climate and the extreme. i don't know what more example we need to extreme heat and what we experienced last 10 of the last 12 days. >> and about those last 12 days, the governor says it's a wakeup call about climate change and the grid. it all comes just about a week after the legislature approved a new some backed plan to keep the diablo canyon nuclear power plant open until his latest 2030. what do you think could have happened last week if we did not have canyon, what we would have? i mean, we didn't have that 9% pace slowed since about 9% of the base load of electricity in the state of california. there's no doubt we would have ball past. we would have absolutely triggered in 2 what we call production otherwise referred to as black question. we didn't have to have a period full stop. that's not even in
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the paper and much more of this interview to come later on, including the governor's message to oil field workers worried his policies could lead to them. >> losing their jobs reporting here. mcclellan air park in sacramento, eytan wallace kron. 4 news. >> there are not enough teachers to fill america's classrooms. and the biden administration wants to help fix that problem. first lady jill biden, education, secretary cardona visited schools today in tennessee and north carolina to talk about the importance of teacher apprenticeship programs and to push for higher teacher pay teacher union advocates. welcome those steps at the federal level. but they also add that local leaders need to do more. >> videos being posted on social media are telling migrants in latin america and they don't need visas to enter the u.s.. and some immigrant activists say those videos are not just spreading misinformation. they are also putting people at risk. reporter brooke shafer has
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more. >> it's not is like these targeting desperate migrants are making their way across social media platforms like tiktok and you've got to be sent this one telling venezuelans they can migrate to the u.s. without getting of the broke my heart because you can see below the hope. coming through in these comments. adriana rivera works with the florida immigrant he called the claims in these videos, outrageous videos which have now been seen and shared 10's of thousands of times. so that's what came into my mind whether she's being paid to do this by bad actors were just looking to create chaos and confusion and many hopeful migrants believe misinformation like this, adding to an already overwhelming situation at u.s. borders where this fiscal year alone, there have been more than 2.2 million migrant encounters. that's up more
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than 200,000 from a year ago happens over and over again in these countries that have a lot of internal turmoil. >> and they have caused the migration to our southern border. mostly i think these videos add to the desperation of economic affairs around the world and the desperation that people have to come here earlier this year. the department of homeland security acknowledged the spread of disinformation can affect border security, misinformation aimed at migrants with something the disinformation govcrnance board was set to tackle. >> before the dhs formally terminated the board last my tickets at david about. but the unchecked videos keep popping up, followed by likes shares and often like to migrants at the u.s. border. >> think about it. if you are trying to leave venezuela in the state that this country is and you see a video telling you. these guys are going to be given out, just make your way to colombia. and from there, you'll be able to fly to the united states if you're
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desperate and these people are desperate. >> what are you going to do? what are you going think? so it's it's just battle arounds. >> still ahead tonight, how disney imagineers are working to bring more of the bay another busy day? of course - you're a cio in 2022. but you're ready. because you've got the next generation in global secure networking from comcast business. with fully integrated security solutions all in one place. so you're covered. on-premise and in the cloud. you can run things the way you want - your team, ours or a mix of both. with the nation's largest ip converged network. from the most innovative company. bring on today with comcast business. powering possibilities.
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>> in washington state tonight, crews are battling the flames of a wildfire burning about 60 miles east of seattle. it's the boat creek
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fire. it's burned more than 7600 acres after starting saturday morning. >> yeah, and tonight, 2 hikers are telling their story of survival after getting trapped near the summit of a mountain near that fire reporter jennifer dowling has the story. >> i see the flames when steve cooper and matt bishop summited mount bearing, they were met with an explosive site. we continue to fire coming from the other. >> the other inge. you know, 3 or 4 miles away and he pose and and years, the men set out on their adventure at around 06:00am. the skies are mostly clear and they were completely unaware of fire had sparked about an hour prior and an inferno was growing in the forest. that was the way we came after a nearly six-hour trek up. they finally had an eagle eye view of the massive wildfire now barreling their way. it was definitely one of those moments where >> you kind of just we're this is it. we're probably not
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going make this. they turned around immediately. but in the v not climbing area, they realized the fire had cut off the trail >> came past year. the trail in front of smoking use route to the plane. the ben check their gps looking for alternate ways off the mountain. as the fire raged. >> it roared like a jet engine. that was our route down the mountain in 5 us and it was. you've all been plain. >> those is terrifying when that fire is coming up. that ridge, it was extremely hot that who followed a dry drainage fire chasing alongside. we are trapped there. >> we've got a fire and either >> hopefully you guys get to see allies we make the conditions were too dangerous for rescue. we just got off the phone and on in search and rescue and they cannot rescue us. we're going to try to get out of here. before we burn
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that off. the route to safety was slippery with ash and debris. it's pretty state. >> at one point not lost his footing and nearly slid off a cliff with a 200 foot drop before grabbing a tree. if you want to drop them pretty sure. the right eye after hours of stressful scrambling, the men finally picked up a trail near barclay lake where they could hike to their jeep. steve chronicling their escape on the path least taken his youtube channel where the termination who want to stay alive. >> make it back home to her family. >> he was a traumatic experience. i hope no one else has to go through what we went through that who want to warn other hikers not to make the same mistakes they say don't go into the mountains on red flag days. and if there is smoke in the air, even a light amount forgo the hike. we got lucky a lot of times on the way home. >> that was jennifer dowling reporting. we're all talking about how amazing their story is at last check. that fire is only 2% contained. >> tonight, the u.s. navy says it has a lot more u f o videos, but it's not going to
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release him because they say it could threaten national security. the statement comes in response to a freedom of information act request by the government. transparency site called the black vault to release all u f o videos. the site is shared thousands of pages of uefa related documents, but the navy says remaining videos are classified as because of videos would reveal department of defense operations and vulnerabilities. now to a man who is quite a daredevil, hector, he to he's a world war, 2 vet. he celebrated his 95th birthday by jumping out of a plane is son gave him the skydiving session in florida as a gift. but this is nothing new for heat. fact, he's done it at least 50 times. he served in the 11th airborne in the u.s. army in the 1940's. he's a pro. tonight. disney is ready to get into sports betting when asked over the weekend, it's the mouse was developing a betting app for espn. the company's ceo said, quote, we're working very
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that. disney is already getting backlash for potentially jumping into an industry known for getting people hooked on gambling. >> and now 4 sports brought to you by xfinity. >> it's the monday after a forty-niners loss or as i'd like to call it over reaction time, there's no way to sugarcoat it. that was a bad loss on sunday, the bears didn't do anything to make me believe that they'll be a good team this season. >> it was more. so the niners they just played horribly. but the good thing is they were bad due to a lack of talent or anything of that nature. it was more a lack of discipline, which is correctable. the niners committed 12. 12 penalties for 99 yards. got to get every day of the week. and kyle shanahan. have much more of that. his patience is running thin.
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>> we know how that was going to be. you know how it is when you dive fighting quarterbacks and no matter what happens, you can you've got to get him down. but you when they slide, you got to you can't land on top of something with a lot it is a very tough thing to do for those guys. but not as part of this game and she can't have any excuses. what the when we commit those penalties. and that starts with me in. we've got to make sure to clean those up coach. i felt we had every opportunity to win that game and our deep inside every opportunity to completely dominate that game. and that's what allowed them to get 3 touchdowns in a row. >> and look to make matters worse. the niners found out today that they'll be without their starting running back for at least the next 8 weeks. elijah mitchell sprained his mcl early in the 2nd quarter against early in the 2nd quarter against the bears. and that last offense looked totally different without mitchell on the field. it was like night and day really. he's expected to make a full recovery and play again this season. in fact, kyle shanahan
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said they dodged a bullet injury could have been way worse. that mco could have been a co could have been a tear. so i guess we are a little lucky, but either way it shake it, those players and that running back room, they'll have to step up and allied is the giants. they will back at home for a six-game homestand. look at that backdrop. beautiful taking on the braves. bottom of the second giants up a run. and guess what? luis gonzalez knocks one in one run, comes on in to score. this is. 2, 2, pitch. alex cobb was locked in tonight. top of the 6th he gives dansby swanson down on strikes. he threw 7 shutout innings and struck out 7 happen tonight. rays cut that deficit to 2 but scott alexander gets william contreras to ground out and that would be the ball game. giants win 3 to 2. they've won 3 in a row. game 2 is
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tomorrow. speaking of the giants, i've been harping this guy's praises all season long. he's been one of the few bright spots on the giants season and now c is get in the bag in a little payday. wilmer flores signed a two-year extension with the giants for 6 and a half million per year. florist has been the most consistent player on the offense this season. he hit his 18th home run of the year just last night. now he can get comfy, put his feet up. we're you know, maybe spend some dollars these these little richer today. all little richer today. all rig the choice between prop 26 and 27? let's get real. prop, 26 means no money to fix homelessness, no enforcement oversight and no support for disadvantaged tribes. yikes! prop 27 generates hundreds of millions towards priorities like new housing units in all 58 counties.
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27 supports non-gaming tribes and includes strict audits that ensure funds go directly to people off the streets and into there's only one choice. yes on 27.
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there's only one choice. marvel attraction is coming to the avengers campus at disney's california adventure park in anaheim. >> superheroes from multiple universes will battle villain thanos in a new ride. there's also a meet and greet with a 10 foot tall hoke that happens next week. >> also coming into california adventure, a food court based off of sand friend. so keel as they call it is the main location from the 2014 movie called big hero. 6. the new food court will also serve as a base for its lunar new year food festival. >> okay. any other disney stuff we can head of speaking
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again when we got the weather forecast coming up, things changing quite rapidly here in the long range for getting into that time of year where things can get a little iffy as we get in those long range forecast. but here we are out of sfo right now. kind of a quiet night. the breeze bringing with it, some low clouds and fog. the clouds, the spread inside the bay. tonight, temperatures you've got a nice comfortable 60's compared to where we're just days ago. in fact, the humidity not as muggy around the bay area and that is some good news. we're going to see things really start to cool off and the nighttime hours the next couple of days as we see some much drier air begins to move in overnight tonight, we are going to see that patchy fog kind of fill in the bay overnight. some of that making its way into the delta as well. and as we head toward tomorrow afternoon that pulls back to the coastline. couple passes. fog likely linger along the coast, going to be breezy out toward the beaches as well. so if you're headed there might need the jacket along the coastline. the temperatures are going to be in the 50's and 60's coast side. you get inside the bay about 74 degrees in san jose. should be a nice comfortable day. they're about 70 a little more. that will be one of the
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warmer temperatures around the bay area. 75 in napa and 76 degrees in santa rosa looking out long as forecast. can you believe it is the forecast of the end of summer? we're going to see these temperatures running below average. i think through the weekend and then heating up as we get toward the end of summer, the first day of fall, the following thursday, the 2 middle equinox, if you can believe that. but here we go. it looks like we're going to start out mostly sunny and right. all right. thank you, lord. thank you for being with us tonight. have a good night and we'll see you tomorrow.
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