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>>plus we can start to the day long the water from san francisco, good morning, marty gonzales and dave spahr is here with the forecast as we wind down the long holiday forecast, you know it says sign a feel like summer today, it looks not at all you know it's right this cloud cover and some of the fog we're dealing with we talk about that coming in today and this is actually inland here mount diablo you see some of those wispy higher clouds here. idea that we're getting a kind of all sorts of this marine layer, the higher levels of moisture as well coming on in the live shot coming in from the golden gate there we have the fog and placed the low lying clouds this should all
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ultimately clear this afternoon but around the immediate they it could be a little bit slow going this afternoon. as we watch things in a motion from future cast for to tell us we approach high noon problem areas and point re in a down the southern marin up the coast and some beach as well as the peninsula in half moon bay, so count on those areas is somewhat sensitive and might see some maybe perhaps some bright clouds perhaps by the later afternoon but still being dogged by fog and low lying coastal clouds just about all day as you can see from this forecast. now as we take a look at stormtracker 4. dice tech a cloud cover kind of hanging around again that's why the inland areas are seeing the cloud cover that will break up for the afternoon alternately when you get the backside of all of this. a couple of stray showers it looks like out to sea here don't think to hold together however, temperatures right now we're in and around 60 upper 50's also in place around the perimeter of the bay up some lower 50's up there the north bay by comparison sake because of these clouds overhead this is actually keeping temperatures supported by a couple degrees there contrast with yesterday.
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inland we see the clearing up as we talked about mostly sunny skies by 2 o'clock temperatures and a lot of 75. even for the inland areas. and it breaks down like this 63 san francisco, 77 even for san jose we do find a couple of 80's though 68 meanwhile for oakland coming up in a bit we'll kind of give you an idea of how you going to start back your work week in the forecast marty ok dave thanks a lot of us get to the news this morning aftershocks continue this morning in southern california. following that 7.1 magnitude earthquake that hit friday night. experts believe there's about one aftershock every minute and they don't expect them to end anytime soon. but thankfully, those same experts say there's only a 3% chance of a quake greater than a magnitude 7. but authorities are still telling people to be ready just in case in the meantime they continue inspecting buildings roads and bridges and so far there's been no major bid building collapses and only minor injuries. governor newsome visited the ridge crest area saturday and urged people there to stay alert. ok
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little bit of problem with the audio there the governor newsom also said an important preparation is a tool is the state's early alert system it's working over half of the state right now, but the governor says that's not enough. they want to cap the entire state covered in there working to do that. the southern california earthquake reminds all of us to be prepared for a natural disaster now if you haven't put together a earthquake kid just yet. it's a good idea to get one ready kron four's dan thorn spoke with a disaster kit supplier who has some advice. quake rocks southern california while rattling some nerves in the bay area. >>it's not that i want to be afraid i want to be prepared the 7.1 magnitude earthquake was a wake-up call for darlene rose di maria. she says the news forced her to check or emergency preparedness kit in
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her car. >>and i made sure that i have loaded nomination bills as well as. us as well as some close but not everyone is ready is di maria if disaster strikes. >>you don't have an emergency preparedness kit um i do not do you have one. just really expensive big earthquake. i guess around here for some it's simply out of sight out of mind. >>people react when they feel the disaster. >>for the last 25 years, jeff teddy ocean has been running a disaster supply shop in burlingame is here you'll find food that lasts for 25 years and water that lasts for 50. teddy ocean says the southern california quakes have been big business as people have been calling for and ordering supplies since thursday. he advocates for their grab and go kids. >>a light like the nighttime body wars to keep you warm at night time you know with any disaster not just earthquake. you have to be able to get out when you need to get out.
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wildfire comes you gotta russia, you grab your disaster. we have a go kit and near the sea going to survive for the next 72 hours the food water. a medication tony me is now thinking if the big one was to come. >>he wants to be prepared with all the place it really changes your mind. i tell ocean says its best. and don't procrastinate. reporting in burlingame dan thorn kron 4 news. and take a look at some of the damage that was caused by the earthquake in southern california. this is drone video from ridgecrest you can see the highway problems there. >>the usgs says the center of a saturday's quake was 11 miles just northeast of ridgecrest the earthquake, a crack some roads buckled streets also cause some a rock slides but as we mentioned no major damage reported. wants to friday's earthquake. the state emergency on management operations center is now working around the clock. kron
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four's ashley zavala shows us the resources that the state is providing. >>here at the callow yes operation center it's still all hands on deck. here key state agencies are collaborating on recovery and preparation efforts in the aftermath of these earthquakes. >>figuring out what are the impacts what are the needs going to be trying to always be several steps ahead of the local government officials inside the operation center dozens of state agency workers monitor conditions and gather information from affected the kern and san bernardino counties cal fire is at peak staffing levels keeping an eye on weather conditions and fire threats cal fire fire marshal's office. >>is out and they have crews that are checking all of the pipelines making sure that there aren't any breaks any leaks, the national guard has 200 troops helping the effort on the ground and in the air surveying damage callow yes is expanding access to communication. we're also moving some of our owns mobile satellite communications. >>not only into bakersfield to support a responders there but also into ridgecrest.
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>>governor gavin newsome another state leaders met at the command center before touring the damage this afternoon meanwhile, emergency management officials prepare for what could come next as we are working to manage this disaster. >>we are certainly planning and preparing for a potential aftershock and what that may bring to us officials say this command center will continue to operate at its maximum level indefinitely. >>reporting in sacramento county ashley zavala kron 4 news. >>coming up on kron 4 news weekend, a police chase involving a stolen firetruck from the east bay we'll take a look at how police finally able to catch up with the suspect. plus senator kamala harris is looking to help more african americans buy homes
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>>morning welcome back happening today in less than an hour the us women's national soccer team will be facing off against the netrlands in the world cup final fans across the bay area expected to come out and watch the match and san jose's avaya stadium and that's where we find kron four's christina tate row with a preview of what fans can expect from this morning's watch party high christina good morning. >>well good morning, it's going to be a very good morning for a lot of fans because there's going there's a lot of excitement surrounding this world cup final. if you look behind me here to buy it it actually looks like it's a pretty slow. but what you can't see is actually fans on various parts
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of the building a starting to funnel in slowly, but surely when i first arrived here this morning. a few families here in the parking lot in just the past 5 minutes. the cars have started to fill up this parking lot the game starts at 8 o'clock pacific standard time and we've got you know are defending us champions with the reigning european champions, neverland they're going to take each other on today head to head in this final game now the us and netherlands. they have very different world cup experience the us is in a 5th record final while the judge had made it to the decider for the first time in only their second world cup, the us is squad includes superstars like making repeat no carli lloyd and alex morgan now they've lost just one match in the past 2 years. the us are undoubtedly being talked about as the favorites, but morgan is played down suggestions that there's any danger of complacency as he is for certain the record of extending. obviously it's a very exciting time for all these ladies making so many headlines across the us. throughout the past few weeks.
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now fans have been arriving in france over the past couple days with a sellout crowd expected for today's game. matches also already been dubbed as the best women's world cup ever by the fee for president we're talking here in san jose, again something that you guys can see right now are just fans around the sides right now starting to funnel in and some really exciting news here in a via you know the the game starts at 8 o'clock the doors are already open if you want to stop on by it is free to attend today the watch party we've got everything all set up to inside and i was just told that i didn't know this little piece of information actually have the us is largest open net. enjoy morning with some dreams i have been told by many people that that. we're going to be doing to start off today's game and again just a lot of excitement as people have started to feel him move up the past 5 to 6 minutes here and i guess we're going to see an 8 you talking to a lot of them just a few minutes here so lots of exciting stuff to be very review guys.
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>>all right christine of the blood he marries will be flowing in about an hour, thanks a lot for that live report from a violent they've even san jose high day of out of celery sticks. >>now here's a look at what's going on in land here mount diablo there you have some higher clouds at work temperatures with lots of fog around the bay in around 60 the bay in around 60 upper 50's of that to its of oh thaphenomenal!, that's unfair. that's so unfair. c'mon jay-bo. let's go. let's go. woahh! try my $4.99 bbq bacon double cheeseburger combo. only at jack in the box.
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tornado cause parts car to flip over you can see the era. it was happened yesterday near philadelphia. twister also cause some roof damage in a warehouse building nearby, but the storm moved on in no injuries were reported, but some scary moments there well. that is so foreign to us here in california, although you know we do get sometimes there are there are tornadoes in one of the things is to a ticket to the monsoon because it happens in the not very populated areas. >>sometimes some of these things are happening in areas we don't see that you know we can see from radar now, but we were not there and its style do ything to damage or what it is that we know where for us to cares that's fine more now because populations are moving to some of these areas we get some of these storms of people of our normal so we're going into nature and nature is coming back. here's what we've got going on in the home front across the bay the flooded valley, this is what we have right now out of the bay bridge. the overcast skies from the fog in the cloud cover this morning that's not just fall going on because some of these clouds of reach far inland as we showed you that picture about blow. so we're dealing with that today
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and that should clear itself out by noon or about 1 o'clock or so in the afternoon, here's a shot from a lick observatory at the mt hamilton, you can still get a load of some of those clouds are aloft but at least we're getting some sun coming through there. not a bad start to the day down south there future cast for this the cloud cover i mentioned as you can see clearing for the afternoon. marine layer still kind of hanging out a little bit. then tonight overnight you can see the clouds the marine layer starts to come back again, although i think in land that won't be as intrusive as we're seeing today. that's how we're going to start the day in and around the media bay. maybe potentially some sprinkles along the coast to when they might these challenges along the beaches to get it cleared out. so for today we got the morning, they clouds and the fog mostly sunny into the afternoon that should cover a good portion of the bay places like san francisco. i think however that maybe a little more problematic and for the game today, 70's and 80's so cool temperatures that's inland by the way. then tomorrow morning clouds clearing the land high temperatures reaching near
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about 80. so the recover lot of 70's are going to see in the 4 zone forecast and then for this week we've got mostly sunny gradual warming and before you know it reach our goal into the 90's and i mean 90's maybe perhaps into next weekend, but at least by friday will reach about 90 or so by friday. so uh that's not too bad for this time of year, but maybe a little shocked or system because it's been so cool and mild got 80's going on today, so these are the highs contrast with yesterday little cooler 84 katie to concord meanwhile, we got a chilly 60's for highs going on places like calais hole opened at 68 lower 70's on the east bay shoreline lots of green on the board would like that 77 for san jose and an 84 up there to santa rosa, so still some stubborn areas still making it into the 80's so we'll go with 63 san francisco, oakland 6877 coming in for san jose coming up in a bit we'll check out the giants forecast for you marty. a man accused of raping 3 women in the 90's was in a sacramento courtroom on friday.
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>>mark man to fell was a is charged with the assault that happened in sacramento and yolo counties lonnie wong has more. first place to a number of people came to the court proceedings declined to say who they were oh how they were connected to mark meant to fill he was a sacramento resident and criminal justice lecture at sex-tape early early 90's that's when the brutal forcible rapes of 2 sacramento women, the davis student happened to so the nfl is charged with 7 counts of rape with a pile of announcements. investigators have no suspect at the time just dna evidence which they preserved over the years, his public defender told the court that he expected to hire his own attorney what it's $750,000 bail was reset to no bail by agreement from both sides. although the defense is expected to ask for a bail hearing later on attorney and
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legal analyst mike weichel says it makes sense to delay a bail hearing given that phil hasn't lived in the area for years are they a flight risk to what we know about him are they a danger to the community what do we know about it. the lawyers just met and hasn't had time to get those facts together there really is a waste of time so and she's going to try to find a local or that he you know gets acquainted with their going some actual facts, it's a proof and then they'll argue about bail trying to find people who will vote for him may be an uphill battle given the crimes. this is unique you've got several victims. other heinous allegations and he's been away for a while as a result, no one locally knows much about him. the people connected to the case left to the judge's chambers to avoid the media. nfl's next court appearance will be on july 26. lonnie wong reporting for us uh coming up big shakeups in the nba free agency could mean a major power shift. >>teams in california we're going to take a look at how the dubs lakers and clippers will be lining up next year.
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when the reigning nba finals mvp signed a four-year million max contract. >>the cabbie out convinced us all nba for paul george to request a trade from the oklahoma city thunder to navigate his way to the clippers as well. now the clippers look like they may very well have the best team in the nba, let's take a look at some of their key pieces of course they'll have quite paul george patrick beverley lander she met, lou williams and montrezl harrell all still on the clippers team that took the warriors to 6 games in the opening round of the western conference playoffs last year you guys can remember. >>that was a tough match up. now let's take a look at the team that khweis burned the los angeles lakers. they still have a formidable roster of course they're led by lebron james. they brought in anthony davis via trade and today they signed former warriors demarcus cousins and nba champion danny green, and they bring back how coups john rando and we can't forget the dubs of course the warriors
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will look much different next season, but they will still be a very talented team steph curry klay thompson of course that will lead the way along with draymond green and they'll be joined by newcomers d angelo russell and willie cauley-stein now on to some baseball. the giants have won 4 of their last 5 and they look to keep that momentum going. madison bumgarner on the mound for the orange and black residents are taking on the cardinals now look at this just 11 pitches and bumgarner that goes right off of back or elbow. the game had to be stopped momentarily you can see right there. obviously the for me on board garner's elbow. it would eventually leave at the start of the 32 year we wish him a speedy recovery but today would recover shortly after that bottom of the 4th tied at one bases loaded for often slater and he drives one to right field that keeps on carrying. >>that is going grand slam john go up 5 to one they go on on the beat the cardinals 8
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before play some great baseball. the look to take the series tomorrow. >>now on to the age bob company in seattle taking on the mariners feels like they played them 300 times this year. top of the 30's up one nothing that all so he that one call for me straightaway center. it's gone a's up 2 nothing, let's go to bottom of the 4th all knotted up at to kyle seager a high i drive to right field. no doubt about that one mariners go out in front 42. they beat the a's 63, your final days look for win tomgrrow heading into the all-star break. >>the usa has been cruising through the world cup bracket and tomorrow they will look to end it on top for the second straight year standing in their way the dutch, the united states will take on netherlands tomorrow morning at 08:00am in paris, france. the us have won their last 12 world cup matches and they are overwhelming favorites to win tomorrow. this group of women
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are filled with competitors was star power who are as hungry as ever for that title, but they also know they have a bigger purpose continue to grow the sport and make sure women keep getting the respect they deserve. >>we're competitors on the field, but off the >>same team fighting for the same so. to the team at large and know that we take a great deal. >>i'm doing our part the game for just seeing. how much we've been able to be a part of this incredible movement in and try to help us again for done and change things not only in our own country but. >>all right jason, thanks. a lot, let's go and take a live look outside clearing conditions at the golden gate bridge table tell us all about it whe good
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morning, welcome back and we're taking a live look outside from the embarcadero camera cloudy conditions there a little breezy too but really nothing to worry about. >>far as the forecast for the last day of the long 4th of july holiday weekend we get to do it on the cool note marty it's really like a little flavor of in part to people like san francisco where the game will be today later to it's going to like chile and now you know that they can take your taking the may be missing gloves time the breeze going on here, here's what we got with the fog we keep mentioning that we do have clouds aloft, but we do have that bay area fog and here's
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the shot coming in from u c berkeley you can see the east bay shoreline. sure but that fog covering up the beige you can see and off to the other side. meanwhile, the golden gate checking in with the fog this the fog trap anyway. so there we see all that coupled again with some of the clouds a lot. now as far as removing this that will next out but probably later in the day there's 9.10 o'clock still some problem areas. that remain even to the afternoon along the coast peninsula, particularly and even up to the north bay today, it looks like as well as some of the beaches there stinson beach point re 60 for concord right now 63, antioch 58 for livermore but these numbers are actually mild because of the cloud cover that came aloft just before dawn. there's a bit of a onshore breeze that we have remaining with all of this kind of invited in that marine layer in cloud cover. there's the shot from seminole remember yesterday, deep blue skies we tend to see that in the morning hours will not today again the scattered clouds sunny by the afternoon modest on those temps 75 it looks like by 2 for the giants game.
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one oh 5 earlier game time but temperatures near about 60. there's that strong chilly wind out of the west 15 to 20 with all of that so be kind of brisk out there highs today 77 going on for san jose 68 meanwhile for oakland and 63 san francisco, we're going to check into the 4 zone forecast coming up in just a bit party has good day thanks lot back to the news this morning, a man is in jail after police say he stole a fire truck and then led police on a 3 county chase in the bay area, he's accused of stealing the fire truck from the oakland fire department on saturday morning. then according to police he drove it to vacaville kron four's gayle ong has more on how police caught him. >>not only did police catch the suspect it was all caught on camera we're here at the cal fire station not related to the incident. but this is a similar vehicle that was stolen. a police chase on interstate 80 near vacaville the suspect behind the wheel of an open fire truck leading
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police on a chase. >>is about that being in and out of traffic from multiple counties. it all started at the open fire department police say a man stole the truck from station 23 at foothill blvd. >>italian chief frank td boy says they noticed it was gone around 10 30 in the morning. it is unknown how the suspect got in the station authorities say there was no sign of forcible entry. chp air operations were called to help as well as chp o'quinn chp contra costa and solano counties and the vacaville police department. police throughout the state circle. >>when the right-side tires lie in the suspect slowdown
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felony stop was conducted and he was taken into custody. >>no word on the suspect's id the chase lasted for about an hour the fire truck is back in oakland getting its tires repaired in alameda county gayle ong kron 4 news. >>also in the east bay motorcyclists and pittsburgh died after colliding with a truck it happened early friday morning, the motorcyclist was going eastbound on west leland road. before crashing into a truck that was turning on that same street, the motorcyclist died at the scene the driver of the truck. stay there until police arrived. police in san bruno of identified a second suspect wanted in connection with that shooting at the 10 friend mall. police are looking for 19 year-old dion drug and he's from san francisco. 2 teenagers were injured in tuesday's incident, investigators still looking into how a dispute between 2 groups led to the shooting. >>there's a legal component or legal parameters on how we identify gang members and how we validate gang members. so that has not it's not off the
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it's going to take a still a lot investigation a little bit more research determine whether or not we can actually. identify them as gang members and that proceed with charges work with the district attorney's office to develop that. there's there's a pretty strict legal parameters and how it inviting members and we're not there yet. >>police arrested a 16 year-old also from san francisco but have not yet released his name. officers also arrested a 15 year-old who is suspected of helping the 16 year-old. now to the south bay this morning, a bicyclist was killed in a hit and run crash that happened friday afternoon in san jose, near curtain or avenue in briarwood drive. the 62 year-old a writer was on kirchner avenue when a car hit him and then sped away. the victim died at the hospital police are still looking for the driver. also in the south bay police in sunnyvale found a credit card skimmer at a gas station. it was discovered at
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the sunnyvale car wash in 76, a gas station on east camino rao the device was hidden inside a gas pump and was found during routine maintenance workers didn't find any other skimmers at other pumps. but there's no word on how long that device was there or how many people may have been affected. officials say you should contact your bank if you believe that you're a victim and your information has been stolen. national headlines this morning, lisa secret cables from the british ambassador to the u s reveal that he described president trump is a quote inapt in secure and incompetent. the cables were leaked to british newspapers the ambassador's office says the british public expects ambassadors to give an honest an unvarnishei assessment of us politics. there's no comment so far from the white house. florida billionaire jeffrey epstein who was once considered a friend of both bill clinton and president trump is in a new york jail this morning. he was arrested on new charges related to sex-trafficking entranced trafficking cop
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crimes that involve minors. the alleged crimes happened in both new york and palm beach florida between 2002 2005. epstein is a registered sex-offender he'd previously pleaded guilty to similar state charges in florida back in 2008. but made a deal at the time to serve only 13 months in jail and a board and avoid more serious federal charges. alex the cost of the prosecutor who made that deal is now the president's labor secretary and signs expected to appear in court in new york on monday. coming up on kron 4 news weekend. we know that a healthy diet and mammograms can cut the risk of breast cancer, but there's a new study that focuses on your sleep schedule will look into that coming up. >>the first we'll take a look at the overcast conditions at the san mateo bridge
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>>your health this getting an early start to the day may have a hidden benefit for women, meredith wood has more in a recent study that links the risk of breast cancer to sleeping habits. >>researchers found sleep patterns may have an impact on your risk of getting breast cancer and that women who are naturally early risers may be less likely to get the disease. according to a study published in the bmj a british medical journal and of 100 women who identify as morning people only one got breast cancer while 2 out of every 100 night owls did. researchers also say women who get more or less than the recommended 7 to 8 hours of
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sleep are at a slightly increased risk these may seem like small differences, but researchers say they are important steps in identifying the role sleep plays an overall health experts also say your natural preference of morning your night is genetic meaning that simply modifying your sleep schedule won't change your odds of getting breast cancer. if you're looking to reduce your risk it's better to cut down alcohol and maintain a healthy weight which are 2 well established risk factors for today's health minute. i'm meredith wood. >>the state of california will pay more than million this year to pay off the student loans of about exchange, those doctors have committed to serve more patients. those cases will make up at least 30% of their caseload over the next 5 years more than 13 million california residents get their medical coverage through medicare all and many live in areas with a shortage of doctors state health authorities say that the
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program will mean more medical patients will be able to see a doctor. still ahead on kron 4 news weekend. we'll find out how a california businesses planning to honor a police officer from the bay area who died in the line of duty. good
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morning, we're back on kron 4 news weekend or sneaking a peek outside golden gate bridge, this time around and then got some overcast there. but breezy today in that looks like it took in san francisco
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are going to see a lot of that tonight will be kind of cool day at the coast as well so the clouds and the fog or no linger inland don't worry clearing out the set. >>and remaining coal too good to be located out but make sure you have the shorts and all that ready because by the latter portion of this week which would have extended for you going to warm back up again, here's the bay bridge. and there we see again the overcast sky conditions extend all the way to the east bay hills now this again is the fog but also the clouds aloft we swing things around and another perspective here. this is a u c berkeley there's the east bay shoreline but again it's hazy when you get off to the begun with this fog and the size of a package of clouds, good news is we have some clearing upstream now we're going to do this again with the marine layer tomorrow morning, so we'll see this fog yet again maybe even some coastal drizzle to deal with as well. bay area temperatures now we're in the upper 50's lower 60's zone, 60 or so going on for countered antioch at 63 60 by the way for oakland, 59 for hayward and fremont coming in at 56 across the state you can see it's
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even cooler and central valley 93 fresno and bakersfield. a big bear down to 68 70 for allie x san diego coming at 71 central coast, pretty much into lower 60's territory, getting back home here the bay. we're looking at highs today about 63 san francisco, daly city 62. again fog is going to be a major issue here along the coast all day today 61 going on for half moon bay that might be a bit of a stretch got the 60's along the northern end of the peninsula looks like burlingame at 68 foster city at 70 we keep the 70's even to the southern end here at 76 palo alto mountain dew at 74 77 for san jose despite all the readings here in the south bay in the 70's. morgan hill may make it up to about 80 cupertino pair sevens a lot of 70's and the southern and of the east bay shoreline inland again reaching for maybe 80 livermore pleasanton 77 79 meanwhile walnut creek 70 san leandro with oakland at 68, jumping over the north bay, the lay who would have chilly 6576 for napa sonoma at
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80 books i kinda 84 up there to santa rosa but more 70's heading down to southern marino valley, 72 stinson beach 57. so there we get to gradually up to the upper 80's by the time we finish off the week that's actually getting close to averages there and then into next weekend or hot inland 95 marty ok. in sacramento, a brewery is come up with a way to honor officer tara o'sullivan who was killed in line of duty. >>charmaine niro has more. it's going to be a light. >>6 and a half percent approachable i p a. >>it's all business as usual inside the track, 7 brewery in curtis thats staff members prepare for the busy summer season. they're anticipating one new addition to this list of beers. >>so this is the tank always for many currently in india, pale ale made in honor of fallen sacramento, police officer tara o'sullivan. >>called o so he 3.49.
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>>foley was her nickname around the police department and for those who knew and loved her 3, 4, 9, with their badge number that we definitely winning with. >>that mark morgan a lever at the track 7 curtis park locations says he was recently approached by a former partner of tires who would often patrol around the curtis park neighborhood alongside the fallen officer mean he had some ideas that he brought to the table. >>i had some ideas and we work together to try to make something really special and a virtual for everybody to be able to enjoy. >>sacramento. police officer tara o'sullivan was tragically killed in the line of duty back on june 19 her death still leaving its mark in this community and it definitely affected me personally. >>famine areas. come by frequently to a pop in to say hi. >>while morgan says staff at the brewery are eager for the latest arrival. they're hoping to honor the memory of tara o'sullivan, one poor. >>at a time and that's just a little way that we can get back to the community that she will.
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>>that was charmaine near reporting sharmeen tells us that the beer will be canned and released on july 13th, and that all proceeds will go to taras memorial fund. well we all know that renting in the bay area's very expensive renting a bad could cost you $1200 a month these bunk beds are part of a communal home business called pod share people pay to use one of the beds or pods as a living space now you get a bad you get a locker and for the price of membership you also get wi fi cereal and rahman along with to put toothpaste and toilet paper, a membership cost between 1000 to $1200 a month. the woman who founded pods pot share says she's trying to help make up for the shortage of affordable housing in cities like los angeles and san francisco. according to a new report the homelessness crisis in san francisco continues to worsen the city's department of homelessness and support of housing found the homeless count is 17% higher than it was 2 years ago they
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say this is due partly to more people living in vehicles. the one night count of homeless people in january found more than 8,000 homeless on the streets. nearly 1200 were on waiting lists for shelter beds that week. the report also identified nearly 600 passenger are these bans and other vehicles that appeared to be inhabited. happening today reigning champs, usa will take on the netherlands in the women's world cup final in france. amanda davies now has a preview of what to expect today from leon. >>is the city that dubs itself the home of women's football and on sunday, it provides this age. so the game's biggest match of the world cup final. the defending champions, the usa going head to head with the reigning european champions, the netherlands, 2 sides with van costly different well cup experience, the u s in a record 5th final. well as the made it to the decider but just the fun this time and only the s s good and well cop
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with the school that includes superstars like megan carli lloyd and alex morgan that have lost just one match. she's in the last 2 years. the us all and out of a big talks about as the favorites, but morgan score of 6 goals in the competition so far has played down suggestions that is any danger of complacency as they such a record-extending full. while cup quest. >>route to the final has been the most difficult dot this program has ever seen. and it's so in terms of in scene the games be pretty close in the score i don't know how we could possibly be possibly be overly i think we're we're proud of what we've put out on the field. we feel confident as a team and individually in our and i think that's that's all you cannot that's all coach could possibly ask for. >>i'm looking forward to play a team that has a really large history and women's football and the to be outsiders and
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the maybe as a young new team, they could make it very very difficult for them and obviously i'm looking forward to a world cup final, i mean who would've thought. >>yeah we are there on the dock and this and this final note to i think it suits us i would give everything and then that we will see at the end to what the result is. >>both ensconced in that training camps with the big one that getting as a close-up. >>been arriving here over the line a couple of days with a sellout crowd expected at sunday's game. it's a match that promises to be a fitting climax to a tournament that has already been dubbed president gianni infantino as the best women's world cup ever. and we just 90 minutes of football away from finding out who is crowds the world. best team. >>a great match starts at 8 o'clock this morning we're going to take a short break we're taking a live look outside at sfo. no delays this outside at sfo. no delays this morning will be right back. ♪
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>>toyota has expanded its recall on its previous lined the automaker notified us dealers that the recall now includes prius models made in 2018. toyota pulled almost 800,000 prius is in 2014 because of a defect in its electronic power system. a toyota executive testified yesterday in a southern california courtroom that even after the recall, the hybrid inverters failed for as many
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as 20,000 prius owners, toyota attempted to fix the problem by modifying its software but that didn't stop many of system failures in the car. it set a sales record the company delivered more than 95,000 cars in its 2nd quarter and that easily outpaced the 63,000 cars delivered in the first 3 months of the year. the company also surpassed the nearly 41,000 cars delivered to customers during the same time last year that was when tesla was still struggling to ramp up production of its model 3 that's its best selling car. thousands of people are visiting solano county to take pictures of sunflowers but they're also in doing so destroying part of the multimillion dollar crop. the sunflower been o blooming season last only a couple of weeks and that's one big reason that people just can't resist stopping and taking these photos. but tourists are driving down narrow roads and blocking farm equipment in order to take pictures and the flowers are being damaged or stolen and growers say people
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are getting hurt. >>there's a lot of equipment. there's a lot of holes drains ditches and there's plenty of places to trip fallen get hurt. and and we just don't need that extra exposure of injuries, some of these people are accessing these fields. >>in four-wheel-drive trucks rolling over sunflowers and going out there destroying steps to in order to get a little picture you just cannot be doing that. >>well the solano county sheriff's office says one person sued a property owner because they twisted their ankle as they were taking pictures. officials want people to obey the no trespassing signs tape marty bay area temperatures. for 50 some lower 60's as well a lot of cloud cover in fog this morning. >>it could be a chillier day today than we'
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>>and take a look at this a strong winds from the tornado causing this park heart of flip over into the air. it happened yesterday near philadelphia this twister also cause some roof damage on a warehouse building that was nearby. fortunately the storm quickly moved on and no injuries were reported still some scary scenes. imagine walking out to your car. turned over like a this is one of the reasons why a car's not the safest place in the vehicle a tornado going on with good point or ravine or something you know. >>all right thing and bring him back home, we have nothing like that had to deal with just a little bit cooler temperatures we have cooler temperatures and cloud cover sorry, i mean i know this really bomb everybody out there will see some action or whatever may we have some sun coming up this afternoon to that's ok clear the south but to start things off certainly it's that fog traditional fog in and around the media at bay, but this cloud cover is making its way inland as well actually in the central valley, too. here's the shot of the bay bridge got the fog but upper right up against the east bay hills and then here is the dew point is we take a look at swing around the east
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bay shoreline going on there and there you see the hazy conditions from the fog lingering behind future cast for all right, we have the cloud cover in the fog that passes by by mid-afternoon in most areas to improve, but there will be a problem area along the coast. it looks like so that marine layer is kind of hanging out through much of the day today. tomorrow board is it really muscle one ball drop here be with us in the morning hours yet again maybe some morning sprinkles along the coast, potentially. but again we'll have to mix out some of this fog going on so it's for the morning. morning bay clouds to deal with and fog mostly sunny cool conditions. high temperatures inland and the 70's and the 80's, yeah tomorrow, some morning clouds and the fog clearing inland. highs will be around 80 or so and then we get to the rest of the week gradually warming up towards the end of the week we're talking about 90 or so so you got to make sure you have that summer type clothing around just don't need it may be so much today we've got 84 for cuts for the warmest temperatures on the board here 82 for concord 84 for santa
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rosa. that's it for about the 80's got some 70's and even some chilly 60's for highs, 65 for delay, whoa that's the strong winds hanging up 68 going on for oakland in 63 san francisco. again 68 for oakland 77 san jose coming up a little bit we'll take a look at the forecast what it looks like in the 4 zone and also john's forecast to mark. it's seen a few minutes. a man accused of raping 3 women in the 90's was in a sacramento courtroom on friday. mark man to fell is accused is charged rather in the assaults that happened in sacramento and yolo counties lonnie wong has the story. first place to a number of people came to the court proceedings declined to say who they were. >>well how they were connected to mark meant to fill he was a sacramento resident and criminal justice lecture at saks state early early 90's. that's when the brutal forcible rapes of 2 sacramento, women, the davis student happened to so the nfl
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is charged with 7 counts of rape with a pile of route. investigators have no suspect at the time just dna evidence which they preserved over the years, his public defender told the court that he expected to hire his own attorney well, it's $750,000 bail was reset to no bail by agreement from both sides. although the defense is expected to ask for a bail hearing later on attorney and legal analyst mike weichel says it makes sense to delay a bail hearing given that meant to fill hasn't lived in the area for years are they a flight risk or what do we know about him are they in danger to the community what do we know about it. the lawyers just met and hasn't had time to get those facts together there really is a waste of time so and she's going to try to find a local or that he you know gets acquainted with their going some actual facts and some proof and then they'll argue about bail trying to find people who will vote for him may be an uphill battle given the crimes. this is unique in that several
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victims. other heinous allegations and he's been away for a while as a result, no one locally knows much about him. the people connected to the case left to the judge's chambers to avoid the media. nfl's next court appearance will be on july 26th. lonnie wong reporting. >>bay area, senator and presidential candidate kamala harris has unveiled a new billion black home ownership plan. >>she says the with the rest of us racial wealth gap by focusing on housing discrimination and financial literacy in african american communities. senator harris made the announcement saturday while speaking at the essence festival in new orleans. >>releasing a new plan to start closing the wealth gap. after generations of discrimination, get black families a real shot at home ownership historically. divers of wealth in our country.
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>>the senator's plan also looks at home buyers in areas impacted by red line that's a tactic used by banks to refuse landing the poor and minority groups. they will be able to apply for federal grants of up to $25,000 that money will help homebuyers with closing costs and down payments. senator harris says her plan will help up to 4 million american families. after cameron boyce has died the 20 year-old disney star is known for his role in the descendants franchise where he played the teenage son of cool. well in the bill. >>his family says boys died in his sleep due to a seizure from an ongoing medical condition. voice was set to appear in an hbo series this fall. disney says the boys was also involved in many causes that included providing communities with safe drinking water. 23 people were injured in an explosion inside a mall near fort lauderdale florida. we first brought you this story yesterday as breaking news cell phone video shows that people inside the fitness
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center were running for safety. some 19 people rushed to the hospital. investigators believe the explosion may have started near a vacant pizza restaurant. but there's still no word of a gas leak caused the explosion. >>we're very much believed that considering the debris field and considering how we found patients or we found them. the injuries are not as severe as we would have i thought they would. >>and the cause of the explosion as we mentioned still under investigation. >>still ahead a kron 4 news weekend big shakeups in the nba free agency could mean a major power shift among teens here in california. we're going to take a look at how the lakers and clippers will look the next
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on friday night news broke that both shocked and change the landscape of the nba. i was fast asleep already getting rest for a morning woke up. >>i woke up i picked up my phone and i read that kawhi leonard and paul george are the newest members of the los angeles clippers. we knew what kawhi leonard decision was looming we just didn't know when the reigning nba finals mvp signed a four-year million max contract. >>the cabbie out convinced us all nba for paul george to request a trade from the oklahoma city thunder to navigate his way to the clippers as well. now the clippers looks like they may very well have the best team
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in the nba, let's take a look at some of their key pieces of course they'll have quite paul george patrick beverley lander she met, lou williams and montrezl harrell all still on the clippers team that took the warriors to 6 games in the opening round of the western conference playoffs last year you guys can remember. >>that was a tough match up. now let's take a look at the team that khweis burned the los angeles lakers. they still have a formidable roster of course they're led by lebron james. they brought in anthony davis via trade and today they signed former warriors demarcus cousins and nba champion danny green, and they bring back how coups john rando and we can't forget the dubs of course the warriors will look much fferent next season, but they will still be a very talented team steph curry klay thompson of course that will lead the way along with draymond green and they'll be joined by newcomers d angelo russell and willie cauley-stein now on to some baseball. the giants have won 4 of their last 5 and they look to keep that momentum
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going. madison bumgarner on the mound for the orange and black residents are taking on the cardinals now look at this just 11 pitches and bumgarner the get hit on the comeback or that goes right off of elbow. the game had to be stopped momentarily you can see right there. obviously the for me on board garner's elbow. it would eventually leave at the start of the 32 year we wish him a speedy recovery but today would recover shortly after that bottom of the 4th tied at one bases loaded for often slater and he drives one to right field keeps on carrying. >>that is going grand slamd john go up 5 to one they go on on the beat the cardinals 8 before play some great baseball. the look to take the series tomorrow. >>now on to the age bob company in seattle taking on the mariners feels like they played them 300 times this year. top of the 30's up one nothing that all so he said that one call for me straightaway center. it's gone
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a's up 2 nothing, let's go to bottom of the 4th all knotted up at to kyle seager a high i drive to right field. no doubt about that one mariners go out in front 42. they beat the a's 63, your final days look for win tomorrow heading into the all-star break. >>the usa has been cruising through the world cup bracket and tomorrow they will look to end it on top for the second straight year standing in their way the dutch the us have won their last 12 world cup matches and this group of women are filled with competitors was star power who are as hungry as ever for that title, but they also know they have a bigger purpose continue to grow the sport and make sure women keep getting the respect they deserve. >>we're competitors on the field, but off the >>same team fighting f the same so. to the team at large and know that we take a great deal.
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>>i'm doing our part to push the game 4 just seeing. how much we've been able to be a part of this incredible movement in and try to help us again for done and change things not only in our own country. >>all right, let's go ahead take a live look outside golden gate bridge. still a little bit of overcast skies there but really nothing to worry about dave will be along
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>>good morning, welcome at kron 4ews weekend. we take a live look outside at the embarcadero of from the embarcadero camera this morning a little breezy out there and some overcast skies days here to tell us all about what sunday's going to look like you know we have the traditional fog. we have frequently but this go around it's coupled with its buddies. the clouds aloft and they've spilled 2 don't worry that will take care of itself by the afternoon is on that not on others to just a morning ambush be on that point we'll clear things out it's going to be a cooler day today though that we saw from yesterday fact probably the coolest all week, here's the shot from u c berkeley east bay shoreline in place. there's the fog you can see also in place along with the cloud cover a lot golden gate bridge. it's the fog trapped, this may be more problematic to get cleared out this afternoon. but again a lot of the bay will clear out and also those inland areas as well. speaking of which future cast for says it may be some problem areas along the east bay at around 10 or so, but by the afternoon that should take care of itself, however problems remain at the coast, not just the peninsula, but up
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to the north bay point re also stenson beach might not get too much the way of clearing all this afternoon. temps right now we're at 65 conquered at 6261 vallejo currently and along the east bay shoreline still the upper 50's, 64 open 55 new offer san francisco certainly a lot of agreed on that board. there's the on shore flow in place. no surprise that cool temperatures. there were going to have early into next week. here's a look at the lowdown on this is another inland shot for you from seminole usually we talk about the deep blue skies, but again that stratus is in place broken up though, and it should clear out of that again by a mid afternoon, but look at those modest temperures 75. we do see some 80's though to be filed, but again a lot more 70's that we saw from yesterday for the giants game today game time one oh 5 temperatures near 60 because that's close where the highs going to be mostly sunny sure by the afternoon but chilly a west wind 15 to 20. so ultimate high today, san francisco at 63 68 for oakland
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and 77 san jose coming up in a bit we'll check of the 4 zone forecast and your extended marty ok, thanks a lot back to the news this morning, a man is in jail after police say he stole a fire truck and then led police on a 3 county chase in the bay area. the man is accused of stealing the fire truck from the oakland fire department saturday morning. he then according to police drove into vacaville kron four's gayle ong has more on how police were able to catch him. >>not only did police catch the suspect it was all caught on camera we're here at the cal fire station not related to the incident. but this is a similar vehicle that was stolen. a police chase on interstate 80 near vacaville the suspect behind the wheel of an open fire truck leading police on a chase. >>is about getting in and out of traffic or multiple counties it all started at the open fire department police say a man stole the truck from station 23 at foothill blvd.
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>>italian chief frank td boy says they noticed it was gone around 10 30 in the morning. it is unknown how the suspect got in the station authorities say there was no sign of forcible entry. chp air operations were called to help as well as chp o'quinn chp contra costa and solano counties and the vacaville police department. police threw out a circle. >>when the right-side tires lie in the suspect slowdown felony stop was conducted and he was taken into custody. >>no word on the suspect's id the chase lasted for about an hour the fire truck is back in oakland getting its tires
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repaired in alameda county gayle ong kron 4 news. >>a motorcyclist in pittsburgh died after colliding with a truck it happened early friday morning. the motorcyclist was going eastbound on wesley lynn road before crashing into a truck that was turning on that same street. the motorcyclist died at the scene the driver of the truck remained there until police arrived. police in san bruno of identified a second suspect wanted in connection with that shooting of the 10 for and mall last week. police are looking for 19 year-old dion drug and he's from san francisco. 2 teenagers were injured in tuesday's incident, investigators still looking into how a dispute that began that led to the shooting. >>legal component or legal parameters on how we identify gang members and how we validate gang members. so that has not it's not off the it's going to take us all a lot more and a investigation a little bit more research determine whether or not we can actually. identify them as gang members and that proceed
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with chargese going to t district attorney's office to develop that. there's there's a pretty strict legal parameters and how it inviting members and we're not there yet. >>police arrested a 16 year-old from san francisco but have not yet released his name officers also arrested a 15 year-old who suspected of helping the 16 year-old. now to the south bay a bicyclist was killed in a hit and run crash that happened friday afternoon in san jose near kirchner avenue and briarwood drive a 62 year-old was riding on curtain or avenue when a car hit him in the driver drove away. the victim died at the hospital police are still looking for the driver this morning. also in the south bay police in sunnyvale found a credit card skimmer t a gasoline station. it was founded the sunnyvale car wash in 76 gas station on east coming coming around the device was hidden inside a gas pump and was found during routine maintenance workers didn't find any other skimmers there. there is no word yet how long that device was there or how many people may have
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been affected. officials say that you should contact your bank if you believe you're a victim and your information has been stolen. and coming up on kron 4 news weekend. we know that a healthy diet and mammogram can cut the risk of breast cancer. >>and there's a new study that focuses on your sleep schedule will take a look at that when we come back, but first we'll take a live look outside conditions of san mateo bridge, we'll be right back.
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sausa4 donut holes. for just a dollar. dang!! try my 2 for $4 breakfast biscuits and add 4 donut holes for just a buck. only at jack in the box. welcome back to kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody live shot coming in from sfo, we're now cooking on a one hour delay. >>she could see all the cloud cover there on the fog we're dealing with that the planes are still moving as we've been observing the shot from alcatraz still kind of shrouded in the clip, the cloud cover the fog as you can see pictures the downtown it looks like that way. so what we had was besides our marine layer that typically floods the bay area. we've had the quite a bit of this overcast a kind of cloud cover the stratus. for the morning hours late overnight early this
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morning that will mix south of the afternoon as you can see clear patches upstream for afternoon. been controlled, however a mild start actually the day and it's kind of cool this morning, 65 off the antioch meanwhile some 50's up to the north bay, they'll actually see some 80's pop up there. 59 meanwhile for san jose 58 for fremont mountain view coming in at 60 to clarify for san francisco. across the state even central valleys, a little cooler today all about the mid 90's to lower 90's for fresno and bakersfield central coast meanwhile is in the lower to middle 60's santa barbara, 65. comes in at 7 o on the home front for the 4 zone forecast san francisco you got 63 today, 62 daly city with pacifica at 60 this is going to be one of the problem areas for the morning fog into the afternoon that probably won't clear through much of the day today we'll see that in the north bay too, 65 for mowbray 68 coming in for burlingame the southern end of the peninsula is going to be mostly 70's. it looks like 76
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palo alto and that remains also the case for the south bay. morgan hill, maybe reaches for 8077 cupertino in san jose meanwhile off to the east bay livermore tri valley upper 70's 80 for livermore 70 union city but we do see some 60's in the east bay shoreline walnut creek 7982 for concord chile spot going on the late show there at 65 meanwhile nap at 76, 80 sonoma antioch at 84. santa rosa, there's one of those other 80's 84 this today and we'll see 70's heading down the southern iran with a chilly 72 mill valley, chilly 57 stenson beat again. fog lingering for much of the day we have a gradual warm up throughout the week ahead will be some scattered clouds by thursday potentially but we're looking like 90's territory as we head on into the following weekend. alright going to talk about some fun now festival napa valley getting ready for its 4th teen summer season and there's a special theme this happening during the 10 day event.
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>>sonia tobar joins me now this morning to talk about the celebration of all things napa valley and this is such a fun event 14th year yesterday and tell us a little bit about what the events encompasses office from up the valley as a 10 day celebration of. >>really the best of napa valley and bringing in. musicians and artists and dancers from all over the world and all of that comes together and creates a really magical and special one of a kind experience and it literally runs throughout the napa valley such as focused on one community that's correct we actually have from from having our summer camps in american canyon, i'm with the concerts and food and wine events all the way of up to callista. this year's focus is a little bit different than years past because we have the 50th anniversary of landing on the moon that's happening right during the festival we do yes and it's a exciting way to celebrate an intersection innovation and technology and the arts and so there's a lot
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of programming this year that showcases discovery and exploration i'm kind of all honoring this great momentous occasion they were looking at the camera video from a firm that neil armstrong's landing on the moon so many people are going to be focused on that lunar landing it's so appropriate. >>that festival map is doing the same thing it is and we actually are really fortunate that we have an active nasa astronaut we do, names donald pettit he's going to be joining us out of 4. our concerts on to the man and he's actually also a photographer who has taken really amazing images from space and some has published a book and we will be showcasing his art. well music is playing so it will be of really blend of at the orchestra playing you know famous pieces like holds the planets. while his images are shown up on the big
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screen and astronaut also an artists who knew why now has been fantastic art helps make everybody is smarter and more of a well-rounded person that's great. we also focus on one thing that you do your after years focus on young artists tell us a bit about that we do so we have a long history of helping to support emerging artists and we do this in a number of ways, one of them is through our a black for music academy we actually have 90 emerging up her professional musicians who are enough for now they started rehearsals yesterday and are the sheen young artist concert series is a really popular admission free series where hand selects and all different genres this year we have an all-girls course from the icing a girls choir from silicon valley, i'm a really fantastic percussionist name each and the love we have a really big win with the presenting shaken county mason who is the cellist that played at prince harry and meghan
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markle so why wow so we're presenting him on 2 occasions we have a r the free show sold out, but we have him also performing with the havana chamber orchestra charles cook, winery and there are $10 on tickets about still available be that you can this is once in a lifetime. only at these locations yeah concert and so it's a really really great experience. >>not only that, but you you get the community involved as well and this really is a community event at the festival napa valley doesn't happen without the support of the community we have. >>of. hundreds of wineries and resorts and different business partners, the all come together and support to to make it happen and all of that really is what allows us to be able to present so many concerts out free of charge to the public and also be sure that for our main stage concerts for keeping ticket
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prices really really affordable in fact they're less than $50. well, you mentioned the $10 concert tickets are still available so yeah, so that's about as 4 doubles again, yeah, like to say a word you can come to us from napa valley for less than it costs to take your family to the movies. they go and see artists that are coming. specifically for this they created programs just for this one occasion and you really it set in beautiful napa valley settings kind of can't get any better than you. >>you know earlier floor director matt ask you this is of food wine or music festival when you said i said all of it's happened well you can have. >>anything happen there right without the fit in the line, but what's really makes all of. that's when apple valley so special is when you blend the natural beauty and the music and and the food and the wine and the hospitality. we're really fortunate to be able to make this available to
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our audience every year can do it once was one of a kind and we're looking at these photos of the outdoor scenes, the weather's just always fantastic this time of year. >>it makes you it >>no photo shopping it really is a spectacular beautiful beautiful experts i would say i think the really fun to be a guest. yes, well an and people now come back year after year we have a very loyal dedicated audience that looks forward to coming our festival in and making a part of their summer every year festival napa valley starts on july 12 that runs to the 21th and the tickets for some certain for some of the events still available cap, there's the web site on your screen so go ahead and enjoy and the sony tolbert thanks so much for telling us more about the festival thanks for having
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set a sales record the company delivered more than 95,000 cars in its 2nd quarter that easily outpaced the 63,000 cars delivered in the first 3 months of the year. the company also surpassed the nearly 41,000 cars delivered to customers during the same time last year. that's one test was still struggling to ramp up ramp up production of its model 3 that it's best selling car. thousands of people are visiting solano county to take pictures of sunflowers but they're also destroying the multimillion dollar crop in the process. the sun flower blooming season lasts only a couple of weeks and that's one reason that people can't resist visiting in taking these photos, but tourists are driving down narrow roads and blocking farm equipment and the flowers are also be damaged or taken. and growers say the people are getting hurt. there's a lot of equipment there's a lot of holes drains ditches and there's plenty of places to trip fallen get hurt.
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>>and and we just don't need that extra exposure of injuries, some of these people are accessing these fields. >>four-wheel-drive trucks rolling over sunflowers and going out there destroying steps to in order to get a little picture you just cannot be doing that. >>the solano county sheriff's office says one person soon a property owner because they twisted their ankle as they were taking pictures in his field. officers want people to a boy obey the no trespassing signs. and take a look at this in indiana photographer unknowingly captured a couples. special moment recently tyler huffman was out taking 4th of july photos when he found something unexpected in one of the shots photo caught a man on one knee popping the question in a series of photos that followed the couple was caught hugging kissing and enjoying their brand new engagement huffman is trying to find the couple so he can give them copies of those photos date a ufo. works but anyway here's a look at our temperatures right now where the upper 50's lower
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60's across the bay negotiate through quite a bit of fog. >>and cloud cover that will
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>>those same experts say there's only a 3% chance of a quake striking that's greater than a magnitude 7. but authorities are still telling
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people to be ready just in case in the meantime they continue inspecting buildings roads and bridges and so far there have been no major building collapses and only minor injuries. governor newsome visited the reds ridgecrest area on saturday and urged people there to stay alert. so i have no trepidation about. this community building stronger and in time that will shock you you could have it mesmerized. by how quickly we're able to come together and. how vibrant things will return. >>we all have an opportunity now to get more prepared. the more vigilant, the look at our building codes look at our home hardening. >>governor newsome also said an important preparation tools the state's early alert system heats already working over half of california, but the governor says the workers are of making sure they want to have the entire state covered soon. the southern california earthquakes remind all of us to be prepared for a natural
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disaster. so if you haven't put together an earthquake hit just yet it's a good idea to get one ready kron four's dan thorn spoke with a disaster kit supplier who has some advice. >>a second powerful earthquake rocks, southern california. well rattling some nerves in the bay area. it's not that i want to be afraid i want to be prepared the 7.1 magnitude earthquake was a wake-up call for darlene rose di maria. >>she says the news forced her to check or emergency preparedness kit in her car and i made sure that i have loaded nomination bills as well as. as well as some close but not everyone is ready is di maria if disaster strikes. you don't have an emergency preparedness kit um i do not. >>do you have one. just really expensive big earthquake. i guess around here for some it's simply out of sight out of mind. >>people react when they feel the disaster. >>for the last 25 years, jeff teddy ocean has been running a disaster supply shop in
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burlingame it's here you'll find food that lasts for 25 years and water that lasts for 50. teddy ocean says the southern california quakes have been big business as people have been calling for and ordering supplies since thursday. he advocates for their grab and go kids. >>a light like the nighttime body wars to keep you warm at night time you know with any disaster not just earthquake. you have to be able to get out when you need to get out. wildfire comes you gotta russia, you grab your disaster. we have a go kit and near the sea going to survive for the next 72 hours the food water. medication tony me is now thinking if the big one was to come. >>he wants to be prepared with all the place it really changes your mind. i tell ocean says its best. and don't procrastinate. reporting in burlingame dan thorn kron 4 news. and take a look at some of the damage caused by the
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earthquake in southern california. you're taking a look at video from a drone this is in ridgecrest. >>the usgs says the center of saturday's quake was just 11 miles northeast of the ridgecrest community. the earthquake buckled some streets cracked others and cause rockslides as well. in response to friday's earthquake. the state's emergency management operations center is now working around the clock kron four's ashley zavala shows us the resources. the state is providing. >>here at the callow yes operation center it's still all hands on deck. here key state agencies are collaborating on recovery and preparation efforts in the aftermath of these earthquakes. >>figuring out what are the impacts what are the needs going to be trying to always be several steps ahead of the local government officials inside the operation center dozens of state agency workers monitor conditions and gather information from affected to kern and san bernardino counties cal fire is at peak staffing levels keeping an eye on weather conditions and fire threats cal fire fire
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marshal's office. >>is out and they have crews that are checking all of the pipelines making sure that there aren't any breaks any leaks the national guard has 200 troops helping the effort on the ground and in the air surveying damage callow yes is expanding access to communication. we're also moving some of our owns mobile satellite communications. >>not only into bakersfield to support a responders there but also into ridgecrest governor gavin newsome another state leaders met at the command center before touring the damage this afternoon meanwhile, emergency management officials prepare for what could come next as we are working to manage this disaster. >>we are certainly planning and preparing for a potential aftershock and what that may. >>bring to us officials say this command center will continue to operate at its maximum level indefinitely, reporting in sacramento county ashley zavala kron 4 news. >>and coming up on kron 4 news weekend, a police chase involving a stolen firetruck from the east bay. we'l
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>>cup final and there's still no score early in the 2nd half fans across the bay area are watching the match of san jose's avaya stadium kron four's christina tape shows there with more on the event. >>i see this morning here. yes
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the fantastic we have to get our in our field set up last night but now there's or 5,000 people here we have a lot of talk of america here i doubt that this is james coles issue that and also. that's free to get in for the part it's come on and we'd like a temperature down. our goal here of i say this to make this at the center of soccer. area so that every game on for the women's world cup this year, the same hings the men's world cup.
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the issue responded that come out game 6 in the morning. morning at noon on a work day everyone's out here enjoying soft. ahead that 60 can see the but it's great having everybody all ages enjoying the game >>on the watch party. we do have it up online right. all right we're dealing with fog in bay area clouds extending in the inland areas to here's a shot of mount diablo as you can see it's still hanging around there temperatures in the 60's and even some lower
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>>strong winds from the tornado caused a parked car to flip over there. it is it happened yesterday, this is near philadelphia. the twister also cause some roof damage on a nearby warehouse building. fortunately though the storm moved through fairly quickly and no injuries were reported. it's bringing back home here to the bay area of course we'll have to deal with that at all just a few temperature a shift so really nothing to worry about polar today, we're
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you know we're rough and it was maybe sweaters not a game or something so you're asking a lot to that so than the morning fog. how dreary looking up to you. >>so we're dealing with that but also aloft, the clouds which are extending often to the east bay locations we have to do some of that straddles before that mixes out, here's a shot from seoul to give you a general idea we're talking about here and again this will take care of itself by the afternoon. let's go to future cast for you'll see what i'm talking about clears up nicely but that marine layer not too far from home and does linger of places along the coast. really starts to bulk up here a little bit for later on tonight and into tomorrow morning is about 8.15 you can see maybe some sprinkles potentially which to negotiate with near water. again that will mix out for the afternoon so for the morning bay. it's clouds and fog again by the afternoon, the turns to kind of mostly sunny temperatures reduce now 70's and 80's forget the 90's and 80's will be talking at that tomorrow. morning clouds then clearing inland, it looks like inland highs near about 8 in there to
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be a lot more of them that put repopulated we're starting our trend of gradually warming all this week. so much so that towards into the weekend maybe pushing near about 90 potentially here, mostly sunny. what that gradual warming. now for today here are some of those 80's place concord an 80 to 84 for antioch up to the north bay some 70's but their santa rosa checking at 8477 meanwhile for san jose 68 for oakland, san francisco coming in at 63. just give you a general idea what you can expect for the week ahead and back to work was he a lot of 70's 1st to get out of then there's some 80's work in here towards the end of the week that's we start warming up to 8795, it looks like into next weekend marty ok, thanks a lot back to the news this morning, a man accused of raping 3 women in the 90's was in a sacramento courtroom on friday. mark man to fill is accused as charged in the assaults that happened in sacramento and yolo counties lonnie wong has more. first place to a number of
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people came to the court proceedings declined to say who they were. >>well how they were connected to mark meant to fill he was a sacramento resident and criminal justice lecture at saks state early early 90's. that's when the brutal forcible rapes of 2 sacramento, women, the davis student happened to so the nfl is charged with 7 counts of rape with a pile of route. investigators have no suspect at the time just dna evidence which they preserved over the years, his public defender told the court that he expected to hire his own attorney well, it's $750,000 bail was reset to no bail by agreement from both sides. although the defense is expected to ask for a bail hearing later on attorney and legal analyst mike weichel says it makes sense to delay a bail hearing given that meant to fill hasn't lived in the area for years are they a flight risk or what do we know
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about him where the danger to the community what do we know about it. the lawyers justet and hasn't had time to get those facts together there really is a waste of time so and she's going to try to find a local or that he you know gets aquainted with their going some actual facts and some proof and then they'll argue about they'll trying to find people who will vote for him may be an uphill battle given the crimes. this is unique in that several victims. other heinous allegations and he's been away for a while as a result, no one locally knows much about him. the people connected to the case left to the judge's chambers to avoid the media. nfl's next court appearance will be on july 26th. >>bay area senator and presidential candidate kamala harris has unveiled a new billion black homeowner ownership plan. she says it would address the us racial wealth gap by focusing on housing discrimination and financial literal literacy in black communities. senator harris made that announcement yesterday as she was speaking to the essence festival in new orleans. >>releasing a new plan to start closing the wealth gap.
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after generations of discrimination, get black families a real shot at home ownership historically. drivers of wealth in our country. >>and also looks at home buyers in areas that are impacted by red lining that's a a tactic that's used by banks to refuse lending the poor and minority groups. they will be able to apply for federal grants of up to $25,000 that money will help homebuyers with closing costs and down payments. senator harris says her plan will help up to 4 million american families. still ahead on kron 4 news weekend big shakeups in the nba free agency could mean a major power shift among teams here in california. >>we're going to take a look right now, earn 60,000 bonus miles after qualifying purchases when you apply and are approved for the hawaiian airlines world elite mastercard.
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night news broke that bow shock. >>and change the landscape of the mta. i was fast asleep already getting rest for a morning woke up. i woke up i picked up my phone and i read that kawhi leonard and paul george are the newest members of the los angeles clippers. we knew what kawhi leonard decision was looming we just didn't know when the reigning nba finals mvp signed a four-year million max
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contract. >>and the cabbie out convinced us all nba for paul george to request a trade from the oklahoma city thunder to navigate his way to the clippers as well. now the clippers looks like they may very well have the best team in the nba, let's take a look at some of their key pieces of course they'll have quite paul george patrick beverley lander she met, lou williams and montrezl harrell all still on the clippers team that took the warriors to 6 games in the opening round of the western conference playoffs last year you guys can remember. >>that was a tough match up. now let's take a look at the team that khweis burned the los angeles lakers. they still have a formidable roster of course they're led by lebron james. they brought in anthony davis via trade and today they signed former warriors demarcus cousins and nba champion danny green, and they bring back how and rondo and we can't forget the dubs of course the warriors well look much different next season, but they will still be a very talented team steph curry klay thompson of course that will
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lead the way along with draymond green and they'll be joined by newcomers d angelo russell and willie cauley-stein now on to some baseball. the giants have won 4 of their last 5 and they look to keep that momentum going. madison bumgarner on the mound for the orange and black residents are taking on the cardinals now look at this just 11 pitches and bumgarner he get hit on the comeback or that goes right off of elbow. the game had to be stopped momentarily you can see right there. i've recently forming on board garner's elbow. it would eventually leave at the start of the 32 year we wish him a speedy recovery but it's a giant they would recover shortly after that bottom of the 4th tied at one bases loaded for often slater and he drives one to right field that keeps on carrying. >>that is going grand slam john go up 5 to one. they go on beat the cardinals 8 before playing some great baseball, the look to take the series tomorrow.
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>>now on to the age bob company in seattle taking on the mariners feels like they played them 300 times this year. top of the 30's up one nothing that all so he at one cup form a straightaway center. it's gone a's up 2 nothing, let's go to bottom of the 4th are not enough that to kyle seager a high i drive to right field. no doubt about that one mariners go out in front 42 they beat the a's, the 63 your final days look for win tomorrow heading into the all-star break. the usa has been cruising through the world cup bracket and. >>tomorrow they will look to end it on top for the second straight year standing in their way the dutch, the united states will take on netherlands tomorrow morning at 08:00am in paris, france. the us have won their last 12 world cup matches and they are overwhelming favorites to win tomorrow. this group of women are filled with competitors was star power who are as hungry as ever for that title, but they also know they have a
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bigger purpose continue to grow the sport and make sure women keep getting the respect they deserve. >>we're competitors on the field, but off the >>same team fighting for the same so. to the team at large and know that we take a great deal. >>doing our part the game for the scene. how much we've been able to be a part of this team. >>and team usa's leading one nothing in a in its match against the netherlands in the 2nd half taking a live look outside golden gate bridge will you'll do it right to make your backyard its' best.
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we're back on kron 4 news weekend taking a live look outside from the embarcadero this morning, the cloudy skies but were attending to look at the a silver lining there starting to clear just a bit his grave with the forecast that's right even in the inland areas are not said there's cloud cover there now but that will mix out in the afternoon or move on through the fog will mix out around the bay area looks like for the afternoon. >>the beaches that's a different story but that's an all like branches looks pretty spooky right now using we're talking about the deep blue skies and all of that different scenario that we're dealing with this morning. shot of the golden gate while you can expect that through much of the day today. however we may get some clearing into the afternoon. so we go to the models as we go forward by about high noon. some problem
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areas in parts of the bay but really that's going to be along the coast. both in the north bay and on the peninsula to half moon bay. so somewhat overcast with sometimes bright white clouds at times that marine layer will strengthen up again tonight so expect the same thing tomorrow morning with maybe some sprinkles added to the mix 61 right now in oakland 63 conquered 74. antioch lot of 60's in the east bay, 61 down to san jose and up to the north bay near 60 or upper 50's there there's the on shore flow welcoming in that marine layer, and hey for july this is feeling good though so the afternoon we get the sunshine, the cool temps although it's going chile in san francisco today so breaks down like this 74 at 1 o'clock and 4 still talking 75. some token lower 80's to be found those in the valleys, however in san francisco going to be quite chilly for the game today, high temperatures near 60 mostly sunny, but a chilly breeze at 15 to 20 and even getting kind of windy at times there highs expect about 68
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for oakland 77 san jose. coming up in a bit we'll check in what's going on in your neighborhood in the 4 zone forecast marty okay day seen a few minutes. man is in jail this morning after police say he stole a fire truck and then led police on a 3 county chase in the bay area. the man is accused of stealing the truck from the oakland fire department saturday morning. he then drove it to vacaville kron four's gayle ong has more on how police caught him. >>not only did police catch the suspect it was all caught on camera we're here at the cal fire station not related to the incident. but this is a similar vehicle that was stolen. >>saturday morning a police chase on interstate 80 near vacaville the suspect behind the wheel of an open fire truck leading police on a chase. about that being in and out of traffic from multiple counties. it all started at the open fire department police say a man stole the truck from station 23 at foothill blvd italian chief
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frank td boy says they noticed it was gone around 10 30 in the morning. it is unknown how the suspect got in the station authorities say there was no sign of forcible entry. chp air operations were called to help as well as chp o'quinn ph d contra costa and solano counties and the vacaville police department. police threw out of circle. when the right-side tires lie in the suspect slowdown felony stop was conducted and he was taken into custody. no word on the suspect's id the chase lasted for about an hour the fire truck is back in oakland getting its tires repaired. >>in alameda county gayle ong
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kron 4 news. >>also in the east bay, a motorcyclist in pittsburgh died after colliding with a truck. it happened early friday morning, the motorcyclist was going eastbound on west leland road before crashing into a truck that was turning on that same street. the motorcyclist died at the scene the driver of the truck remained at the scene until police arrived. police in san bruno of identified a second suspect wanted in connection with that shooting at the 10 for and mall last week. police are looking for 19 year-old dion drug and from san francisco. 2 teenagers were injured in tuesday's incident investigators still looking into how a dispute began that led to the shooting. >>there's a legal component or legal parameters on how we identify gang members and how we validate gang members. so that has not it's not off the it's going to take us all a lot more and a investigation a litt bit more research determine whether or not we can actually. identify them as gang members and that proceed
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with charges were going to be the district attorney's office to develop that. there's there's a pretty strict legal parameters and how it inviting members and we're not there yet. >>police arrested a 16 year-old also from san francisco but have not yet released his name of officers also arrested a 15 year-old who suspected of helping the 16 year-old. now to the south bay where a bicyclist was killed in a hit and run crash that happened friday afternoon in san jose near kirchner avenue in briarwood drive the 62 year-old writer was on kirchner avenue when a car hit him and sped away. the victim died at the hospital police are looking for the driver this morning. also in the south bay police in sunnyvale found a credit card skimmer at a gas station. it was found at the sunnyvale car wash in 76 gas station on the east l commuter rail. the device was hidden inside a gas pump and was found during routine maintenance workers didn't find any other skimmers but there's no word on how long that device was there or how many people were affected.
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authorities say that you should contact your bank if you believe you're a victim and your information has been so on. national had not headlines this morning leaked secret cables from the british ambassador to the u s reveal that he descrresiibed pnt trump is quote and that in secure and incompetent. the cables were leaked to the british newspapers the ambassador's office says the british public expects ambassadors to give an honest an unvarnished assessment of us ball's policies and politics. so far no comment from the white house. florida billionaire jeffrey jeffrey epstein, who was once considered a friend of both bill clinton and president trump is in a new york jail this morning. he was arrested on new charges related to sex-trafficking crimes involving minors. those alleged crimes happened both in new york and in palm beach, florida. between the years of 2002 2005. if sign is a registered sex-offender he had previously pleaded guilty to similar state charges in florida back in 2008. but he
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made a deal that time to serve only 13 months in jail and avoid more serious federal charges. alex the cost of the prosecutor who made the deal is now the president's labor secretary absent expected to appear in court in new york tomorrow. in sacramento, a brewery has come up with a way to honor officer tara o'sullivan who was killed in line of duty. reporter charmaine niro has more. it's going to be a light. >>6 and a half percent approachable i p a. >>it's all business as usual inside the track, 7 brewery in curtis thats staff members prepare for the busy summer season. they're anticipating one new addition to this list of beers. >>so this is the tank always for many currently in india, pale ale made in honor of fallen sacramento, police officer tara o'sullivan. >>called o so he 3.49. >>foley was her nickname around the police department and for those who knew and loved her 3, 4, 9, with their badge number that we definitely winning with.
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>>mark morgan, a lever at the track 7 curtis park locations says he was recently approached by a former partner of tires who would often patrol around the curtis park neighborhood alongside the fallen officer mean he had some ideas that he brought to the table. >>i had some ideas and we work together to try to make something really special in a virtual for everybody to be able to enjoy. >>sacramento. police officer tara o'sullivan was tragically killed in the line of duty back on june 19 her death still leaving its mark in this community and it definitely affected me personally. >>famine areas. come by frequently to a pop in to say hi. >>while morgan says staff at the brewery are eager for the latest arrival. they're hoping to honor the memory of tara o'sullivan, one poor. >>at a time and that's just a little way that we can get back to the community that she will. >>well charmaine narrow reporting we understand that the beer will be canned and released on july 13th and all proceeds will go towards
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torres memorial fund. we all know the renting in the bay area's expensive but now how about renting a bed that could cost you $1200 a month. these bunk beds are part of a communal home business called pod share people pay to use one of the bads or a pod as a living space. you get a bed and a locker for the price of a membership plus wi fi access, cereal and rahman along with toothpaste and toilet paper, a membership cost between 1000 to $1200 a month. the woman who founded pod share says she's trying to help make up for the shortage of affordable housing. in cities like los angeles and san francisco. according to a new report the homelessness crisis in san francisco continues to get worse. the city's department of homelessness in support of housing found the homeless counts account is 70% higher compared to 2 years ago. they say it's due partly to more people who live in vehicles. one night count of homeless people in january found that
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more than 8,000 of them were on the street. nearly 1200 were waiting on a waiting list for shelter beds that week. the report also identified nearly 600 passenger are these vans and other vehicles that appeared to be inhabited. for your health this morning getting an early start to the day maybe have hidden benefit for women meredith wood has more in a recent study that links the risk of breast cancer to sleep habits. >>researchers found sleep patterns may have an impact on your risk of getting breast cancer and that women who are naturally early risers may be less likely to get the disease. according to a study published in the bmj a british medical journal and of 100 women who identify as morning people only one got breast cancer while 2 out of every 100 night owls did. researchers also say women who get more or less than the recommended 7 to 8 hours of sleep are at a slightly increased risk these may seem like small differences, but researchers say they are
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important steps in identifying the role sleep plays an overall health experts also say your natural preference of morning your night is genetic meaning that simply modifying your sleep schedule won't change your odds of getting breast cancer. if you're looking to reduce your risk it's better to cut down alcohol and maintain a healthy weight which are 2 well established risk factors for today's health minute. i'm meredith wood. >>city california will pay more than million this year to pay off student loans of about 250 doctors in exchange, those doctors have committed to serve more medical patients. those cases will make up at least 30% of the caseload over the next 5 years more than 13 million california residents get their medical coverage through medical and many live in areas with a shortage of doctors state health authorities say the program will mean more medical patients wl be able to see a doctor. >>and let's go and take you outside for a look at clearing skies at the golden gate bridge will be right back.
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>>talk about the kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody and here's a live shot coming in from some dole is you can see there the stratus has made its way pretty far inland going on here and that fog of course around the immediate they were kind of dealing with as well there's the shot how it looks like from space now and that means this afternoon we'll see things clear out however, the lower level moisture will again re in true tonight, it looks like a war do with some fog tomorrow morning. and also
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maybe some sprinkles going on too. now for today, we're still having negotiate through a lot of this fog even along the coast, even into the afternoon it looks like a little bit too. temperatures right now lower 60's line at the east bay shoreline 61 valais host 70, antioch 50's up here to the north bay with an about what 6361 meanwhile for san jose across the state a high temperatures well mid-nineties looks like a little reduced and central valley, they were flirting with 100 or so yesterday. meanwhile, long central coast got the 60's in place here, 65% a barber, 70 l a x and 69 coming in for big bear on the home front the 4 zone forecast 63, san francisco, a high today at the coast at around 60 upper 50's though in many selective spot, specific about 6061 half moon bay. and a lot of fog to deal with as well on the bay side, mid 60's, 68 burlingame to the south it's still only 70's we saw couple ease popping here yesterday redwood city about 7376 palo
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alto now to do with 74. and where we don't see much the way they tease except morgan hill really it's 70 still in the south bay 77 for san jose santa clara at 7677 for cupertino and some lower 70's may be managing along the east bay shoreline to the south meanwhile tri valley, 80 livermore 77 for pleasanton up to walnut creek 7982 for concord meanwhile on the east bay shoreline castro valley at 7168 for oakland jump into the north bay here but lay who at 65 now 76 going on for napa a mile to warm sonoma and 80 fairfield also an 82. 84 meanwhile santa rosa got the 70's lined up here for us dahmer in 72 mill valley, but look at these coastal locations and again very indicative of that fog lingering point re at 57. here it is in the seven-day forecast we've got 80's lined up here and then we get to the end of the week by friday at 8795 by your saturday. alright
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going to talk about some fun now festival napa valley getting ready for its 4th teen summer season and there's a special theme this happening during the 10 day event. >>sonia tobar joins me now this morning to talk about the celebration of all things napa valley and this is such a fun event here 14 here yesterday and tell us a little bit about what the events encompasses from napa valley has a 10 day celebration of. >>really the best of napa valley and bringing in. musicians and artists and dancers from all over the world and all of that comes together and creates a really magical and special one of a kind experience and it literally runs throughout the napa valley such as focused on one community that's correct we actually have from from having our summer camps in american canyon, i'm with concerts and food and wine events all the way to callista passed. this year's focus is a little bit different than years past because we have the 50th anniversary of landing on the moon that's happening
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right during the festival. we do yes and it's a really exciting way to celebrate an intersection of innovation and technology and the arts and so there's a lot of programming this year that showcases discovery and exploration i'm kind of all honoring the great momentous occasion they were looking at the camera video from a firm that neil armstrong's landing on the moon so many people are going to be focused on that lunar landing you it's so appropriate. >>festival map is doing the same thing. >>it is and we actually are really fortunate that we have active nasa astronaut we do guests names donald pettit he's going to be joining us out of 4. our concerts on to the man and he's actually also a photographer who has taken really amazing images from space. and some has published a book and we will be showcasing his art. well music is playing so it will be of
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really great a blend of the orchestra playing you know famous pieces like holds the planets. while his images are shown up on the big screen and astronaut also an artist to a new high now has art helps make everybody is smarter and more of a well-rounded person that's great. we also focus on one thing that you do your after years focus on young artists tell us a bit about that we do so we have a long history of. >>helping to support emerging artists and we do this in a number of ways, one of them is through our a black for music academy we actually have 90 emerging up her professional musicians who are enough for now. they started rehearsals yesterday and our young artist concert series is a really popular admission free series where hand selects and all different genres this year we have an all-girls course from icing a girls choir from silicon valley. a really fantastic percussionist name each and the love we have a
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really big win with the presenting shaken county mason who is the tell us that played at prince harry and meghan markle allow so we're presenting him on 2 occasions we have a r the free show sold out, but we have him also performing with the of anna chamber orchestra charles cooper, winery and there are $10 on tickets about so they at the event you can this is a once in a lifetime. only at these locations yeah concert and so it's a really really greae experience. >>not only that, but you you get the community involved as well and this really is a community event here at the festival napa valley doesn't happen without the support of the community we have. >>of. hundreds of wineries and resorts and different business partners the all come together and support to to make it happen and all of that really
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is what allows us to be able to present so many concerts are free of charge to the public and also be sure that for our main stage concerts for keeping ticket prices really really affordable in fact they're less than $50 when you mention the $10 concert tickets are still available so yeah, so that's about as 4 doubles again, yeah, like to say a word you can come to us from napa valley for less than it costs to take your family to the movies. they see artists that are coming. specifically for this they created programs just for this one occasion and you really get set in beautiful napa valley settings kindf can't get any better than you. >>you earlier floor director matt ask you this is a food wine and music festival when you said i said all of it's happened well you can have. >>anything happen there right without the fit in the line, but what it's really makes all of us. that's when apple valley so special is when you blend the natural beauty and
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the music and and the food and the wine and the hospitality. we're really fortunate to be able to make this available to our audience every year because it once was one of a kind and we're looking at these photos of the outdoor scenes, the weather's just always fantastic this time of year. >>it makes you it no photo shopping >>it really is a spectacular beautiful beautiful experts i would say i think the really fun to be a guest. yes, well an and people now come back year after year we have a very loyal dedicated audience that looks forward to coming our festival in and making a part of their summer every year festival napa valley starts on july 12 that runs to the 21th and the tickets for some sort of for some of the events still availsble cap, there's the web site on your screen so go ahead and enjoy and the sony tolbert thanks so for telling us more about the
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>>we have breaking news to share with you this morning, the us women's team has secure their 4th world cup title. >>they want to just a couple of seconds ago with a win over the netherlands team usa were the victors to nil over the team from netherlands, a star player megan rippee know put the us up with a penalty kick in the 2nd half and then rose lavelle scored a 2nd half goal as well. this is for the women, the second world cup final win in a row congratulations. toyota has
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expanded its recall on its previous line the automaker notifying us dealers at the recall now includes prius models made in 2018. toyota pulled almost 800,000 prius is in 2014 because of its defect in its a electric power system. a toyota executive testified saturday in a southern california courtroom that even after the recall the hybrid inverters failed for as many as 20,000 prius owners, toyota attempted to fix the problem by modifying its software but that didn't stop many of the system failures. and tesla has set a sales record the company has delivered more than 95,000 cars in its 2nd quarter and that easily outpaced the 63,000 cars delivered in the first 3 months of the year. the company also surpassed the nearly 41. 1000 cars delivered to customers during the same time last year. that's when tesla was still struggling to ramp up production of the model 3 that its best selling
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car. ok lot of their about the horseless carriage we have lot of cloud cover dealing with this morning and that a fog to run the media at bay. >>but that cloud cover is a really crowding out off to the east bay, even a little bit now that will make south this afternoon will probably see mostly sunny skies by that point temperature still, but on the cool side but moving through the 80's all week long and all by next weekend. getting into more some some summertime one look at it out seattle make sure the ac works properly and you have your shorts around you get the tune up this weekend. >>all right that's going to do it for us, thanks so much for joining us, we'll see you again next weekend dumping it on for news tonight at 8.10 and always and kron 4 dot com.
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