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out about his long road to recovery. thanks for joining us. i'm ken wayne. >>and i'm j r stone pen pam moore has the night off chp believes the wrong way driver was under the influence at the time that driver and his passenger died when they slammed head on into a car full of 5 men. among those injured, 25 year-old darryl londron 4 up a sack he talked with his family. she's live at john muir medical center in walnut creek where he's recovering taylor what's the latest. >>well unfortunately his family tells me he is now paralyzed from the chest down given only a 5% chance that he'll walk again he has family members and some friends were in the car heading home from another family members birthday party when the wrong way driver slammed into their car. >>now because of someone else's mistake. a lot of his choices in the future no longer his teammate. he's going to have this family and i are very supportive when darrell london known as daryl to friends and family.
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>>is now paralyzed and fighting to recover from severe injuries. chp says a suspected drunk driver headed down the wrong way of highway 24 slammed into london's car late last month initially there was some so mullah. >>brain trauma time a subdural hematoma. we worry us the beginning. there trauma spine, spinal cord injuries. multiple fractures medical team tells us there is the less than a 5% chance and they walk again. >>one thing's girlfriend. alexa tao tao and his cousin, derek or yell are still stunned by the news saying this could have been prevented surreal like it be that was real that this is actually. >>and that happened i don't want to be a saying you the driver had it's just there's so many resources nowadays to driving, theirs. uber there's lived and it's just frustrating that people are still choosing to drive 100 and. >>both the wrong way driver and his passenger died soon after the accident. london had
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4 other passengers in his car all family and friends in their 20's. his family says 2 of them william temple and william bernardino are still in the hospital recovering, but london's injuries are the most severe he didn't deserve this fate. >>and they know they deserve is special night him to we're live someone else's life in jeopardy. >>tell me tell me london's now waiting another big surgery, but unfortunately because of all those injuries that he already has the doctors had to put a hold on it. the family started a go fund me page to help raise money for those medical bills and you can find that link on our website reporting live in walnut creek taylor, the sec, he cried for news. >>a teenage boy is dead after a shooting in san francisco, the 15 year-old was found around midnight at 24 than cap in the mission district. police tried to chase down a car spotted leaving the scene but that vehicle got away the boy died at the scene. the san francisco medical examiner identified the victim as dave on ham and they say he was from san francisco. there are no other details available at
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this time and a 20 year-old man died in a shooting in san francisco's your but when a neighborhood south of market early sunday morning. according to police the shooting happened just before 01:00am in the area been a fossil and might be in the streets said it's not far from interstate 80. the victim's name has not been released and no arrests have been made. >>live look outside this evening along the embarcadero beautiful shot right there at the bay bridge and some of that fog in the distance as well chief meteorologist lawrence karnow here to tell us what's happening on the start of the workweek media our cf all-race well on short and i think we're see make its way all the way into the valleys maybe some drizzle too so a little bit damp out along the coast. i think early tomorrow morning maybe even inside the bay to has received pretty good run of the fog as it's really going to stretch further and further on shore problems at sfo really all afternoon today and that's because of all the low clouds and the fog causing delays on arriving flights still the 99 minutes, sfo, no delays being reported at oakland or san
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jose. temperatures taking a hit some spots down almost 10 degrees from yesterday. as these numbers really kind of crumbling with that cool ocean breeze blowing well on shore numbers down to 7 degrees cooler in the concord 8 degrees cooler in livermore and it's just 24 hours ago and that trend. but all these numbers running below the average in fact, san francisco in checking in at 61 degrees 67 in oakland, 72 that was 10 degrees below the average in san jose today. a little more conquered comfortably in the 70's with that as well below normal, usually they're the upper 80's at this time of year. 79 degrees in santa rosa. they were also below the average low clouds and fog moving in along the coastline you can see are and heris some of that has already pushed inside the bay begin to fill in quite a bit but it's a kind of a high base to cloud deck and that means it's going to push further and further on shore so that fog likely make its way all the way into livermore 49, so they're trying to penetrate right now 50 degrees in livermore in the 60 degree still mostly clear and san jose 60 amount you
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some clouds unable to 59 degrees 61. in oakland 58 degrees in san mateo and 57 degrees in san francisco in the north bay, the temperatures are dropping off a bit too little bit of a sea breeze, reaching all the way in the petaluma now some patchy fog too 58 degrees mostly clear skies right now in santa rosa. the big picture we are looking at low clouds and drizzle announce likely to move in overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning. giving way to some sunshine in the afternoon, but still some fog out in the coastline. and in the week ahead really some sunshine and make sure some fog. i think a slow warming trend will see a big contrast in temperatures from the coast to the sea as we head toward lot of part of the week air quality is looking good over the next 24 hours will see enough of the sea breeze keep things nice and clear very interesting though we've got a pretty substantial cold front, just off the coastline right here that is very impressive for this time of year. but most us energy to run right over the top of the straight year making its way in the pacific northwest bring some rain up towards seattle and portland. maybe the area far northern california but
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otherwise go to keep things a dry here except we are going to see that a kind of ramp up the marine layer and that means we're going to see deeper marine there that means drizzle likely overnight tonight and early tomorrow morning so maybe a little bit slick along the coastline for of the commute early on at that lots of sunshine coming our way except out at the beaches it will be cloudy. it's all day long the chilly probably absolutely some are in the bay area. they are it's a 6 year-old boy from west oakland is becoming an internet star. >>after videos of his sidewalk. chalk art have gone viral. >>his impressive freehand dueling is captivating thousands across the country tonight kron four's dan thorn met with the young artist he joins us live in the newsroom with more dan. >>well, jr and can this kid has got some serious talent. he is lighting up the internet right now with millions of views of his drawings and he's making it all look easy. >>they say a picture's worth a 1000 words that's certainly
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true for 6 year-old divine mostly junior. using the sidewalk as his canvas. this west oakland boy has garnered the attention of thousands with his impressive dueling. >>videos of his drawings have been viewed millions of times on twitter like hear word yvonne is shown easily sketching the video game character sonic the hedgehog. >>a lot of the 2 people reaching out from all all over the world. something that we went in expecting it was just a random post. >>april littlefield is to vonn's grandmother. she says divides gift for art actually came as a surprise he always given me pictures from other they. >>i didn't know that he was actually your and then i thought they were coming out a coloring book. >>his talents maybe wowing the web right now, but graham on family have enjoyed a front row seat, it is. >>he doesn't have that race he doesn't have have a picture next to him. he does have his
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own image inside his of his >>when the vase not playing with his favorite toys he spends his time drawing his favorite characters from black panther to captain america. the list doesn't stop there. and for wdiv on this all comes naturally never had any formal training. >>no one ever encouraged him no nothing no one ever taken out here and if they drive you. he looked at a picture he played with the toys and then he did drop them. >>so why does he do this. >>tools >>and asked his family his story is only just beginning. >>i want the world to get ready for the van mostly junior because he's coming. >>well we're definitely getting ready for him his family says a number of professional artists have actually reached out to support the little boy. they're hoping that this will turn into something great down the road but for now they just
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want him to be a 6 year-old enjoying life and we do too. reporting live in the newsroom. dan thorn. kron 4 news and thank you picks are just down the road too. california lawmakers are moving forward with the governor's proposal to help utility companies pay for future wildlife wildfires when their equipment is to blame. >>governor gavin newsom proposed the measure partly in response to pg e's bankruptcy and its role in recent wildfires. at the heart of assembly bill 1054 is a billion fund to help utility companies pay for future wildfire costs the money would come from utility companies and from a fee californians already pay from the energy crisis decades ago, dozens of people as you can see lined up in support including union representatives for electric workers and energy groups. wildfire victims are divided on the issue. >>there are many people still struggling and financially even if they have insurance it i hope you don't forgive it so there is less oversight and
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less accountability in this bi l, then current state. supporters say the bill will make sure victims get paid and protect ratepayers from skyrocketing cost. >>the bill now heads to the assembly floor later this week. >>the genie is responding tonight after the mayor of san jose called for an end to the utility companies, total control over power blackouts we of rick's gives me there. we've reported pg e has permission from the state to cut power if it decides that weather conditions increase a wildfire risk as kron four's noel bellow reports, san jose's mayor says local government should be involved in that decision making process. >>where their life or safety impacts on the public. we need to have the decision maker that's accountable to the public. not so many simply accountable to p g shareholders, san jose mayor sam liccardo is taking a strong stance against pg e.
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>>stating their public safety power service program is not trustworthy i am concerned. >>that this is not an agency tt safety of my community or anyone else's community and talk foremost in their mind. and i have very good reason to have those concerns based on the pga last decade. >>in hopes of reducing wildfires this summer the california public utilities commission who gaze pg need the ability to proactively shut off power stands by their decision making it clear the measure as a last resort in a statement today, they said quote the cpu see has set up parameters and guidelines for public safety power shut off to ensure appropriate customer notification pg e says they plan to give 48 hours notice if and when they need to pull the plug, you know that. >>there's challenge >>and so where we've working with local governments utilities. >>first responders well in advance to talk about public
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safety power shut off what this means for them. but those talks haven't convinced merlo cargo and he wants local emergency operations teams in the room when pg e is making decisions and frankly from our conversation so far genie, it's not fair to us. >>and that's official preparations have been made we want to ensure that there's a veto by someone who the health and safety of the public foremost in their mind. >>though mayor look is planning to meet with pg andy tomorrow to go over plans. he does say he's still planning to create a coalition of cities that will try to change pga knees control of the grid as for now though pg any is urging alcustomers to update their contact information so that they can be alerted in a timely manner if and when a blackout is going to occur in san francisco. noel bellow kron 4 news. >>a new search is underway for another person wanted in connection with a shooting at the 10 for and malls and brutal police are looking for this man 19 year old the andre
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gant from san francisco. 2 teenagers were injured in last tuesday's shooting. investigators are still looking into what led up to the shooting so far police have arrested 2 other teenagers in connection to the gunfire. the 3rd suspect in a stabbing and shooting last week at a residence in the valley for an area of sonoma county outside of petaluma has turned himself in. according to the sonoma county sheriff's office eduardo lopez cabrera was booked into the jail for assault with a gang enhancement. it's all happened at a residence in the 12,000 block of valley for road back on june 29th. deputies say they found a man was a serious knife wound in the head sitting in a vehicle and another man with a gunshot wound to the leg. deputies believe the victim showed up at a party in a gang-related fight broke out lopez cabrera is believed to be the shooting suspect. anthony racine's and calvin garcia were arrested on july 1st. well there's a. >>the works to drop one and a
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half tons of poison pellets on the farallon islands. >>a move aimed at eliminating a road an invasion. critics are sounding off against the government proposal saying it puts many other species at risk like seagulls seals and even humans kron four's justine waldman has the story. >>for hundreds of years mice of called the farallon islands home and the invasive population of rodents there is now extreme at peak there are almost 60,000 of them there's so many mice you can see it looks like the ground is moving the farallon islands to 27 miles off the coast of san francisco is home to marine mammals seabirds and native plants. >>but the mice have caused people logic of damage. according to you which now after a decade long of fish and wildlife services wants to drop by helicopter. almost 3,000 pounds of a poison on the island to eradicate the mice saying it will help restore other native animal populations, there are ways to control.
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>>rodent problems that do not involve poisoned while care a nature center and wildlife hospital in sandra fell, does not disagree that the mice should go. it's how methods it recommends setting traps removing the rodents food source and relocating its main creditor the burrowing owl which while care called the real culprit because it's baby birds and eggs when they can't find nice problem is the owls that if the mice. dumping one 0.5 metric tons of poison. on the islands to solve the problem from 6 to 8 burrowing owl seems excessive fish and wildlife services says the poison is the best approach because it's the most effective and that the hundreds of the road or education. >>its user growth at the site. and europe. this plan is not a done deal. they're still hearing with the california
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coastal commission. >>coming up this wednesday. i'm justine waldman kron 4 news. >>the desire to have a selfie as a souvenir from running with the bulls in spain has turned into a near-death experience for a bay area lawyer, 46 year-old jaime offer as lives in san francisco and worse is a public defender in santa clara county. during the annual festival in pamplona bull ran over and gored alvarez in the neck. doctors say the bull's horn went deep into his neck and fractured part of a cheekbone they say it's a miracle he didn't it didn't hit any major arteries. alvarez underwent surgery yesterday, he's now in stable condition and actually could be discharged as soon as tomorrow. he says he will definitely go back to the famous festival in spain, but next time as a spectator. tonight a little more city council voted to ban to flavor tobacco and east cigarette sales, but there is an exemption for premium tobacco products. the city council says it did not want to push any premium tobacco business is out of the city number bay
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area cities have already done so san francisco recently banned the sales of the cigarettes but livermore will become the first city in the tri valley to ban the sale of flavored tobacco that law takes effect in 30 days. >>a big story we are following tonight the field of democrats running for president has gotten smaller. he's been a congressman eric swalwell dropped out of the race today. kron four's dan kerman went to dublin swalwell held his news conference. >>but it is the beginning an opportunity. in congress with a new perspective shaped by the wives that of touch mine in our campaign throughout these last 3 months. to bring that promise of america to all americans. >>at a news conference monday bay area congressman eric swalwell dropped out of the democratic race for president saying his poll numbers didn't increase after the last debate
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and it would be unlikely he would qualify for the debates in september of. >>as soon as it doesn't look like you're likely to win at least. in my case, you know i didn't want to mislead. my family, my staff, our supporters. my constituents. >>during the debates will will make gun control his central issue calling for a ban and buyback of assault weapons. he said monday, he's proud of that he's. >>communities across america who have been stricken by mass shootings. now know that at least 3 of the front runners. support this idea that these weapons of war do not belong. and our community. >>joe biden was right when he said it was time to pass torch to a new generation of americans 32 years ago, it's still >>was also during the debates that swalwell called on former vice president joe biden to pass the torch to the next generation of leaders. monday swalwell maintained there's nothing wrong with taking down fellow democrats in these forums. >>we need a candidate who's tested of all tell you that much because donald trump is
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the best political punch or ever in american politics and so whoever we send to that debate stage with president trump is going to have to be able to take a punch throw a punch and then unite the country at the end of the campaign that's going to be a very special person and so i think this is ok. this is this is new that the weaknesses will be flushed out and a leader will. >>are small wall did not endorse any of the democratic presidential contenders. what he did say he plans to run for reelection to congress believing. it will now be even more effective to advocate for the issues he cares about among them gun control and health care reform. in dublin dan kerman kron 4 news. >>but as one candidate accepts another made be ready to jump in looks like bay area billionaire tom stier is jumping into the 2020 race. he's known for his high-profile efforts to impeach president trump. he's
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told the staff the hill joined the race this news comes just months after star publicly announced that he would not run so he could concentrate on ousting the president stiers not release any details. >>democrats are challenging the trump administration's achievements in environmental leadership reporter reid binion has the details. >>from day one my administration has made it a top priority to ensure that america is among the very cleanest air and cleanest water on the planet president trump touting his administration's accomplishments during an event on the environment, receiving almost immediate backlash from democrats who say he's caused more harm than good by rolling back regulations intended to fight the climate crisis. >>like pulling america out of the paris climate agreement which the president defended these radical plans would not make the world cleaner former vice president environmental activist al gore tweeted quote the president iran easily pointed to natural gas is a
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clean energy solution fracking is a losing game it produces a dangerous carbon fuel that's worsening the climate crisis president trump is refusing to see reality democrats on capitol hill are working to make fighting climate change a priority of their green new deal the president and blasted the plan saying he wouldn't stand for it claiming it would kill american jobs. their plan is estimated to cost our economy. nearly trillion. a number and thinkable a number not affordable even in the best of times read begin reporting. >>we'll still have the earthquakes in southern california have people across the state on edge, we'll tell you when scientists say a big one is expected to hit the bay area plus an emotional derek al takes a stand in his own defense and the ghost ship warehouse trial. >>why he says he believes that warehouse where 36 people died it was a safe place recall
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martin in washington roughly 700 american women die from pregnancy-related complications. every year making the us one of the most dangerous places to give birth in the developed world coming up i'll tell you what members of congress are doing
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>>the united states has the worst rate of maternal deaths in one of the highest rates of infant deaths anywhere and
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while some states have taken action to try to prevent dance deaths. many remain complacent. >>kron four's washington dc correspondent rick al martin reports on the new plan to set national maternity care standards. >>we're losing them they're losing their lives. the number of mothers and newborns dying from health complications in the us is soaring making america the most dangerous place to give birth in the developed world. according to the center for disease control, roughly 700 american women die each year from pregnancy-related complications. and the cdc says 3 out of 5 are preventable that's not acceptable in the united states of america in michigan democrat senator debbie stabenow says the numbers are alarming and while some states are taking action to reduce deaths on their own she says it's time to set national standards to protect every american mother and baby what's happening for 2 new moms and babies. >>is that they're not getting the health care they need.
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>>stabenow is plan would give hospitals more money to reduce the number of unnecessary c sections and induced deliveries before 39 weeks. both serious risk factors linked to the rise in deaths. >>they're also linked to a rise in federal health care costs that's nearly half of us births are covered by medicaid, taxpayers are spending roughly $48 billion a year on deliveries so it makes no sense. >>and we need to make sure we've got high quality standards. >>the health and human services department estimates by reducing early deliveries just 10%. taxpayers would save more than $75 million and medicaid standards aren't met. stabenow says hospitals could lose funding. the plan has bipartisan support right now it remains and the senate in washington recall martin. >>it's turned into rivers sidewalks a short stretch will rain hits the washington dc area will have the latest. >>plus a deadly holiday on the roads, according to police.
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chp now revealed how bad it was statewide over the course of 5 days. >>and some fog rolling in right now looking for little summer heat if you're looking for that may not be far away your tenant dead, it's coming
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this is drone video after the second quake you can see it right here and you can see. >>all of those cracks it's that go up through the desert there in kern county reporter sarah signer talks some residents in that area who are concerned about what's next. >>surveillance video capturing the moment a 7.1 magnitude earthquake. rattled ridgecrest california. intense shaking inside said anything that wasn't tied down flying. outside it tossed around parked cars, sloshed water at of pools broke apart highway, one 78 created a huge crack along the desert for and terrified residents wherever they were we thought the worst was over after experiencing a 6.4 quake the day before. >>intro to california, 25 miles away from ridgecrest the byrd family opted to sleep outside in the desert heat
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instead of under their own roof for a few nights and that's what we did without it was safer that way because they sent another one was coming. and if it was worse than that one. it definitely didn't want to be in our have to pay. >>so we can decide where to stay here and spend the night because. we were to where they and motherwell bid actually her. >>damage us so you got out by the window, what was it like inside. >>they looked like a tory just came into our house and just. >>now the destructive party is over and clean up has begun. everything that was tucked away in cupboards are on shelves ended up on the floor in their home. for most homes near the epicenter of this major earthquake. you can't really tell there's damage until you go inside the homes. >>but for this particular house, it is very clear on the outside you see that crack we're told it goes all all the way through the entire home. back in ridgecrest the largest
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town near the epicenter. it was fires that caused the most visible damage. >>i looked up and the flames were all a shooting out of the one knows. >>bob lewd act watched as his neighbor's home burned down. he says the difference between the 6.4 7.1 quake was night and day. the second quake made him consider moving after more than 30 years in this town. >>to be honest with didn't know we were going to get out or not. we mean right in the year and you know i didn't know where we're going make it i hope to never goes or something like that again. >>but seismologists say after a major quake like this residents could feel aftershocks for years to come. >>that was sara sidery reporting researchers at the usgs predict a 70% chance of a major earthquake hitting the bay area along the san andreas fault. before the year 2030. >>the shake alert app is already being used in los angeles county. but it did not work during the 2 recent big
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earthquakes. no warning went out to neighbors in los angeles county during last week's earthquakes because the shaking levels in their area did not reach the system's threshold in los angeles county for sending out an alert. >>one of the steps that we take immediately city is to lower the basic for. its not recent funds. it was recently 96 fund. >>shake alert is already sending out information directly to trains and public transit systems in the bay area. so they can slow down of any shaking. well officials are again warning bay area residents as well as southern california residents to be prepared for any earthquakes that may head having a disaster kit is important to survive any kind of disaster and the kid you want to have enough water and nonperishable food to last at least 72 hours. they're helpful supplies flashlights with batteries, a portable cell phone charger a blanket and a first aid kit also making a
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plan with your family and co-workers as to what you will do and where you will go when an earthquake does hit. >>was quakes on everyone's minds these days there will be a community meeting on earthquake preparedness hosted by the alameda county office of emergency services. it is set for this wednesday from 09:00am to 04:00pm at the emergency operation center that's at 4985 broder boulevard in dublin. homeowners will be taught how to reduce the risk of earthquake damage to their homes and also learned how to reduce injuries. and this afternoon president trump tweeted that he has spoken to california congressman kevin mccarthy and governor gavin newsom about emergency funding for current and san bernardino counties. the president said they are all working together to help those affected by the earthquakes that about an hour later the president officially approved an emergency declaration for the state that allows fema to coordinate all disaster relief efforts.
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>>attention now to weather with our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow yeah guys hey you know they certainly keep things going down in southern california, even though the main quake is coming on now that happened on friday continue to see numerous earthquakes their continued to rumble his early kind of just settling in long this fall here, but all the red dots these are all the earthquakes that have happened in the past hour or so and you're seeing plenty of those all around mostly just smaller quakes but we're still seeing some over 3 3 even larger than that so certainly that will go on for quite some time to come as that was a major shaker in southern california, we're looking low clouds and fog filling in the bay right now looking for the berkeley hills you can see the deck is a little bit higher so it's going to stretch further on shore overnight tonight. variously we've got a very strong cold front off the coastline for this time of year. watch what happens here mostly energy. go ahead right i'm sitting northwest. so if you have plans you headed up there and that direction over the next couple days put on some raindrops so if you're going that way and someone usually cool temperatures. the
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frontal boundary right here kind of tracks too far northern california to falls apart. maybe a few showers up toward shasta that's about it otherwise the help to deepen our marine layer here in the bay area and that will bring with it guess what more low clouds and some fog so here's your tent every we're expecting more fog to begin to move in and it is going to bring with it some cooler weather along the coastline temperatures there going to the 50's and the 60's with some drizzle but getting hot inland by next friday and saturday could see some temperatures returned to the 90's. all along right now the washington dc metro area was with heavy rain during the morning rush hour today. >>stranding several vehicles and causing as much as 3 feet of flooding in some areas. flood warning was in effect as late as 09:00pm eastern time. reporter kristen holmes says mall. >>roads turn to rivers. >>and parking lots to lakes as torrential rains hit the washington dc area.
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>>they open up on news, i knew there's no chance but a you've got a point you got to keep it. so this is me trying to get there and seen cars literally under water, so this is just. >>and parking a flash flood emergencies. the rain in one hour but i saw that the water was reaching my headlights i thought out get out of the according to the national weather service more than a dozen high water rescues have been reported first responders in good samaritans alike helping drivers caught in rising waters during rush hour around here. i figured i know the i know the landscape pretty well know how deep the roads are. you can see some certain points like halfway up a firefighter might only be a couple feet deep. think i use some sort of inferences to know how deep it is, but it's always arrest amtrak suspending train service south of the nation's capital as the extremely heavy rain continued to fall. emergency responders begging drivers to stay off the roads. there's always a risk when you're trying to ford the river or any sort of
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standing water in washington, i'm kristen holmes. for the first time for derrick amanda the master tenet of the ghost ship warehouse took the stand all is charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. >>after the 2016 fire that killed 36 people in oakland tell was first asked to say and spell his name and when he did so we broke down in tears talking about the ghost ship warehouse amanda said he built something he dreamed of something and that he attracted beautiful people to his space. his attorney tony serra asked oh man if he feels resentment for the 36 people who died in now mendez said forever when asked if he feels remorse he said there is no word he said he feels deaths and loss of life forever. >>directly take responsibility any and show yes i do. you know, and we'll never you know forget it he's not a tough criminal is an >>and this is destroyed him as
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well everyone >>alana said he believes the warehouse s safe and that he would never exposes children to the risk of fire. amanda lived in the warehouse with his wife and 3 children among other tenants he said he would expose anyone to danger. a man returns to the stand tomorrow. >>the chp says it was a dangerous and deadly 4th of july holiday on the road statewide the chp arrested more than 1300 drivers for d y there are 25 deadly crashes that killed 32 people that's between wednesday july 3rd through sunday july 7th. officers say that memorial day through labor day is considered the 100 deadliest days for fatal crashes nationwide. well 2 people in contra costa county were injured from a fire. that was started by a car crash. a car crashed into a mobile home in a fire hydrant around 8 30 sunday night. the crash sparked a small grass fire on the upper all to and the
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rancho diablo mobile home park. this is near the buchanan field airport. according to a spokesperson for the contra costa county fire protection district. 2 people were transported to a hospital due to injuries from the fire. officials have not said how serious their injuries off. >>a big story tonight, authorities in the dominican republic continue to make efforts to try to calm the fears of american tourists. the attorney general there announced plans for the creation of a tourist center with the goal of providing assistance to tourists who have fallen victim of a crime and to try to reduce crime in the main tot areas. the center will be staffed with precutors lawyers and administrative staff who speak english and other languages just a few days ago, authorities tried to taper worries around the deaths of americans on the island last week dominican authorities invited the cdc and the atf to investigate the recent deaths of americans on the islands. an american scientist is missing on the greek island of
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crete suzanne evenings employer said she was last seen on tuesday july second while attending a conference. police say even is an avid runner and they believe she went on iran because all of her items are still in her room but her running shoes are gone. the 59 year-old is a molecular biologist with the max planck institute at dresden university in germany, searching for suzanne facebook campaign is hoping to uncover some leads. ins employer said her loved ones are offering $56,000 to anyone who can find information that leads to her whereabouts. >>well for your health tonight, the measles outbreak in the us shows no signs of letting up number of cases nationwide stands at 1109 as of last week that's up by 14 cases over the previous week. and it's the highest number reported in the us since 1992 cases have been confirmed in 28 states. >>still ahead getting rid of
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library fines is a move that sweeping the bay area we talked to the oakland library's director about the push to eliminate fines. in sports. the 2 new warriors will be counted on the most spoke today for the first time as members of dub nation. >>mark harper has their reaction to joining golden state coming up. >>and attention direct tv an a t n t u-verse subscribers as of july second kron four's been removed from the directv and 18 t u verse lineup atnt has refused to extend our existing disagreement to august 2nd. >>meaning you can no longer watch kron 4 and its programming next our our parent company is negotiating with atnt and has offered to extend our current deals, we work to reach an agreement if you want to continue watching kron 4 in shows such as doctor phil inside edition and entertainment tonight can call this number on your screen 8, 5, 5, >>5, 6, 7 1569. intel directv and atnt verse to bring back kron 4.
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>>in these fay, the oakland library is now fine free it's a trend that is sweeping the bay area and beyond kron four's theresa talk to the library's new director about her push to eliminate fines and other events happening at the library this summer. >>we want books out into the community. so what we're trying to do is make it as easy as possible for people to use of materials. so we're no longer going cynical and i'm
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people for overdue fines all can director of library services jamie ter bach spoke with me about the big changes coming to all oakland libraries and how it all came about her. >>open to the glider it started a few years ago staff who are serving patients at the library noticed that. some patrons were afraid to even get a library card or get a library card for their child because of this year generate in overdue fines. but it's also become a national trend i think p librarians across the country and realize that this is a barrier that just fortunately people who have economic disadvantage is her back says the library fines started out years ago when libraries were much different places than they are today the open library has been around for many years in fact the system is one of the oldest in the state of california. >>it's a very old we have come to the library is the second oldest library in city california and we have books from late 1880's that have
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slips that tell you how much you would pay for overdue fines and it was 10 cents a day that sandwich was an awful lot of money so. it that is then a barrier for a long time. >>turn back also adds that they are putting into place a fun summer program summer reading program has started already. >>and we have a special library card that's behind me here a fairyland card that's a limited edition if people want to celebrate that starkel fairyland things they can get a special limited edition library card and if they bring that hard with them to fairyland july 30 seal get in free. >>your back says getting back to the no fine issue she says people will be charged if they of course keep a book but that oakland along with 50 systems nationwide are now more than ever in bracing a fine free concept for the betterment of their community. >>and we're taxpayer funded and we want to be responsive to the people who are are supporting us is not our libraries the communities like
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there is you want to really make sure that everybody feels incursion welcome very theresa kron 4 news. >>and we first brought you this story on kron on on our 24 7 streaming platform. you can find more exclusive stories on kron on as well as commercial free live local news go to kron on dot tv to start watching. >>to finnerty making it easy to access all your favorite entertainment at home. >>the day in a sports look at all right i was glued to the television like you guys were is what home run derby day. >>run derby a lot happening, but you're not talking about that first tee first the hour talk about we still been talking about basketball again there are some new faces on the warriors roster we're still trying to get over what happened with the clippers over the weekend getting kawhi leonard and paul george. it is crazy. we're still just a few
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weeks removed from the nba finals and rosters around the league look completely different today, golden state introduced a 2 players part of the post's kevin duran era offseason signings have now become official which means d'angelo russell. he's now a member of the warriors the all-star guard coming from brooklyn as part of the deer and sign and trade. the clay thompson out with an acl injury russell scoring ability extremely valuable last season, the 23 year-old averaged a career-high 21 points a game. we'll see if he can run the offense with steph curry golden state to signing of willie cauley-stein also in the books. >>the 7 foot former king center is known for us. and rim protection is going to be good. let's hear from the newest for years. >>i'm excited wi anything. i think it's a huge opportunity you know just to take another stat you a letter from a group of guys and that marked their way in this in this in this league so the super excited.
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>>it just got the phone like i don't i don't know how you can turn is talking to stephen. shame on the staff there was as you know really saudi so. it's pretty easy on me. >>in other warriors new center damian jones has been traded to the atlanta hawks in exchange for big man omari spellman this puts an end to a stint in golden state marked by injuries, the warriors drafted jones at a vanderbilt 2016 couldn't play in his rookie year because of a torn pectoral muscle he suffered that same injury in the early part of this season missing the majority of the year. it seemed to the warriors would be moving away from jones after the additional cauley-stein and come on we need deal what is now the time of the summer major league all-star weekend the festivities begin with the home run derby here ago, jr we go to cleveland matt chapman called up this weekend a filling for christian yelich father jim was getting to unfortunately. the judge emmet had to go up against vladimir guerrero junior in the first round errol put up 28 homers
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the chapman had his work cut out for him tally to respectful 13 dinners nearly enough to advance however would make the final with an epic 40 to 39 win over joc pederson yes, 40 jacks but he lost to eventual champion people lawns of the new york mets did the up that flight after when you get all alonzo takes the trophy. going to tennis 15 year-old coco gauff dream run at wimbledon has come to an end tho teenage prodigy the youngest woman to play in the round of 16 at the all england club in 30 years goff facing former world number one simona halep the veteran 2 strong defeating goff in straight sets. but what a story for cocoa into the tourney rate 313 feet in the will now be in the 50. i think just putting in the work. they're flynn raise my confidence because i knew how hard i work and i knew which shots i could make was possible.
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>>so only 15 and this is like knot near i developed my game like the mystery tennis's have and so excited to see if i continue to work right exceed lit. they success i can do in the future. >>ken jr just an amazing story, she's already received a ton of praise from the pros, including serena williams. she can't even get a drivers license yet and she's so composed so adult life and she still in summer school she goes i have to wait on the tournament because of still in school lot of guessing her teacher who didn't know who she was now knows that he to be talking to i think you up stay with warrants. >>guys yeah, we have storms this month, tne coastline not gonna bring us any rain but it could bring us some type of precipitation will tell you which time. coming up next. of savings and service.
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>>coming up next the news continues on our 24 7 streaming service called kron on it is commercial free catherine him who's standing by in the newsroom with what we're working on catherine. >>i can enjoy arya. thank you coming up at 11 o'clock. we'll have more of the new details on the wrong way driver being blamed for the accident that left 2 people dead, 5 people injured in the caldecott tunnel we're going to hear from a family member of victim who is now paralyzed just one of the many stories we're working on for 11. back to you. >>all right, thank you very much catherine make sure download the kron on app to get 24 7 ommercial free local news coverage.
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>>all right time for one last weather check in we do have a very impressive storm system special this time of year so not goes look at that it looks like some you may see a in winter time but this one going to barrel in mainly toward the pacific northwest. when the kind of cuts the trailing edge of the but it's going to ramp up the marine layer little bit around the bay area that means likely going to see some drizzle outside tonight, the form of precipitation along the coastline and inside the bay numbers out there right now mainly in the 50's and a couple of 60's outside tomorrow morning you wake up cloudy skies to see some of that drizzle early on to see some of the fog there in the background then as we head in toward the middle today, becoming mostly sunny except at the coast, plenty of clouds lingering right out toward the beaches inland. i think we top out in the 70's and 80's the warm spots in the valleys along the coastal areas though it will stay cool tomorrow very cloudy 58 degrees in the sunset about 63 downtown san francisco, 59 of sitka cool on the coast little more sunshine inside the bay. patchy fog in the south san francisco system 74 degrees sunny in redwood
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city 77 in mount view lots of 70's, maybe 80 degrees in cupertino tomorrow, 76 tunnels, 81 in pleasanton about 76 summer august 79 in walnut creek about 83 in concord and you get some warm temperatures away from the coast but out toward the beaches. it will remain cool. archery that your tenant and we're going to see those temperatures a kind of still holding steady for a couple days that will start to warm things up on thursday by friday we're back in the 90's warm spots, inland looks like that will stay hot there but along the coastline. those temperatures going to be as much as 30 degrees cooler out toward the beaches. so some people bundled up this morning. >>it was wintertime i doubt for the beach you definitely do that san francisco in the summer there just when you thought you were done painting...
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in new york city's war on crime, the worst criminal offenders are pursued by the detectives of the major case squad. these are their stories. (buzzer sounds) (men speaking indistinctly in distance) bus to the city-- where do i catch it? she moved. said she wanted to be closer to work. what? she got a new job? a jewelry store. she sent us a spoon for the baby. it came in a fancy blue and gold box. blue and gold box, huh?


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