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>>good morning, everyone on this saturday, it's overcast right now, but i think it's going to clear up is going to be a beautiful day. good morning, everybody i'm will tran in from martin gonzalez and meteorologist dave spahr joins me now to talk about what we can expect. >>moving forward, we know we do about that faa going on this morning uh that's typical in around the bay that will make south though for us and we're looking for mostly sunny skies going i said this after a decent temperatures too by the way so nothing too toasty going on much. others to you know that marine layer comes brings us a muggy conditions. this is true as well, here's you see we're waiting for this
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to break up a little bit as the sun starts to join us here but still that overcast sky appearance going on at the bay we see the same at the golden gate bridge as well. this again will mix out for us as the morning. progresses. here's the coverage of a to as i was talking about so that humidity extending on inland as you can see out again by 10 o'clock or so covering most areas clearing out except for along the coast a little bit of the north bay and along the peninsula we may have to deal with some of that fog but again should see some be some medicine for just about everybody. temperatures right now lower 60's, this humidity helps keep those temperatures support of a bit overnight lower 60's even to be found in london, some upper 50's up here in the north bay 60 to san jose comparison for 24 hours ago were degree or so ahead or behind so far this morning as you'll notice from 24 hours ago, noting that fog in the form of cloud cover you can see here partly cloudy at 08:00am by 11 we're talking 70 to 82 by mid afternoon. so ill and it will be warm but not
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quite hot hot that's going to happen little bit later on that 70 forecast we get all of that coming up in just a bit well. in the east bay chp responded to a deadly crash between a vehicle and motorcycle on westbound i-ninety 80 in oakland. >>it happened near 27th street on 9 80 at around midnight. all westbound lanes of the interstate were blocked as a result of the crash they have since reopened that area, so you won't have any problems going through but the investigation continues. a massive pothole close down multiple lanes on southbound 8.80 on friday in oakland and the repairs took hours to get all lanes back open kron four's gayle long shows us the damage. >>it took caltrans longer than anticipated to make repairs that pothole is 3 feet long and 3 feet wide. >>photos show a large pothole in oakland a friday afternoon. it's in the center of a busy freeway 8.80 south. near jackson street caltrans was notified around one of the
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afternoon. >>i mean got out there right of way to assess the situation into that the structure was safe. isolated incident. it is an older bridge deck. this is one of our like much of our infrastructure here in the bay area. >>caltrans crews began work around 03:00pm but at the close 3 of 5 lanes the afternoon commute was at a standstill from the bay bridge exit to oakland of lanes. >>number 1, 2, 3, closed down with a hard closure which means there's a ton of cones you'll see caltrans vehicles may be some. those ellie be lights out there are signs out there. >>some might have to make a trip to the mechanic chp says about a dozen cars had its tires slashed from driving over the pothole i first i know this is a i pretty typical possible. sometimes larger potholes and that can develop its may start of the smaller one and develop into a larger possible from. >>kind of wear and tear, especially with all the larger truck that may be moving through the area, those folks who have their cars damaged because of this possible should know. >>they can file a claim with
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caltrans online we'll post a link on our website kron 4 dot com reporting in oakland, gayle, ong. >>investigators now say the shooting at san bruno's 10 friend mall was in fact gang related the new information comes after police arrested 2 more teams earlier in the week, one of them 18 year-old andre get of san francisco made his first court appearance yesterday. he's charged with 2 counts of attempted murder of several counts of assault with a deadly weapon in a variety of charges in gang enhancements in connection to the mall shooting. investigators say he is the one who shot and wounded a 14 year-old and a 16 year-old. >>this is about as serious as a crime can get again we have. in the middle of the day. and that's something that is very serious. >>it's still not clear whether the shooting was in fact planned in advance prosecutors say if convicted, get could
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face a life sentence. skate boarder in san francisco is fighting for her life this morning after she fell and fractured hercskull tom callow is now in critical condition at sf general kron four's dan thorn spoke with skaters sister. >>when you see videos of san francisco's dolores street hill bomb you quickly realize it's filled with fearless skater. many of whom are not wearing helmets as they zip down the street at blazing fast speeds. the 21 year-old tomoko a week howell was one of those skaters. but now she's fighting for her life at sf general she was going downhill. >>several times going to have a last ride she fell and hair. and fractured the back of her school. >>she's you go a week fung is the well known skaters sister this picture captured by brandon davis shows tomoko just before she fell i was
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thinking about. >>the change things so you can or can't focus on that. >>oco known as in the skating community is the creator of a san francisco based grip tape company to mow skate co offer skaters a way to ride in style with vibrant grip tape designs like this rose or these purple are and she paints every single one of them by hand. >>so everything's made lovingly by >>currently all proceeds from the online store will help with tell most medical bills to tell most sister says she's not as well known for her skills in the skating community. is passionate about giving back. these pictures show tomo posing with kids in the philippines after giving them skate boards featuring her designs. the halfpipe they're standing on was also donated with help from friends and family. ca says it's that humbleness and willingness to care that she's looking forward to seeing again from tel mo he is so sweet loving
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hines. >>and we're just raided taker. know it's going to minds from now before that happens optimistic. and thank everyone again for all the light and prayers. >>reporting in san francisco, dan thorn. kron 4 news. >>the kron 00:04am morning news, a plea from some bay area women to safes or any of the house of the love shelter in oakland. plus governor newsom will be coming back from vacation to sign or veto. a huge stack of bills will a huge stack of bills will apribut you don't need toñata hit a papier-mâché unicorn to get stuff you want. just become an aarp member! get health tips, learn about the latest tech, have nights out at local restaurants and more. get your aarp membership today.
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welcome back in the south bay santa clara county sheriff's deputies found more than $5,000 worth of merchandise stolen from many stores. >>this only shows half half of the total because of a large amount was returned to some of the targeted stores. investigators arrested 2 women on thursday, both suspects were on probation for burglary and theft related offenses. take a look at this this out wandering through a neighborhood in san bruno kron 4 of you are actually census video to us from phasma drive. this is serving as a reminder to stay alert and keep a close watch of small kids went hiking or traveling in wooded areas or. california firefighters have a new weapon to battle wildfires. c one 30 air tankers can carry thousands of gallons of fire
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retardant cal fire is the first agency in the world with its own tanker fleet, randy cummings takes a look at how this will help us in the future. >>priest our checklist. the 0, 7, indicated. >>it's going to be seen worldwide of what we're doing here will possibly be toppled throughout the world. >>it's being called ground breaking a new chapter in cal fire aviation. >>gives us another tool in the tool box to really protect lives and property is what it boils down to. >>cal fire now the only fire department aviation fleet in the world with its own fleet of large air tankers. we've got an exclusive look at flight working on one of them. these planes carry up to 4,000 gallons of fire retardant the older smaller ones currently in the fleet only carry up to 1200 the improvement means these wings will stop wildfires faster. >>retardant is dropped in front of the fire. the fire
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burns up to the retardant and it slows it down although cal fire acquired them from the federal government a year ago there modifications to be done high. it's a trend now large aircraft a lot to be done in very time consuming process. >>and that was brandi cummings reporting for us this morning once the modifications are complete. the c one 30's will be kept in hangars spread across are safer fire season. >>all right take a look at very conditions right nothe shot coming in from u c berkeley that morning fog still hanging around the area temperatures some one of the mild side this morning as we're looking for that a lot kes of real strawberries.
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>>take a look at this the washington monument turns into a saturn 5 rocket a life-size image of the most powerful rocket ever built is being projected on to the washington monument. it's honoring the apollo 11 mission to the moon ted day marks the 50th anniversary of the historic landing on the moon by neil armstrong michael collins and buzz aldrin a 17 minute program will be projected on the monument on sceeens around the national mall. we've got much more on the historic event coming up in just a few minutes from now, and he said it was like a powder when he said he got under the moon. it's sort of like a powder. you know it will be there forever. there's no atmosphere right so those flooded whether will be there forever that's right and they also put little chip of the the.
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>>and the wright brothers plane on there too i don't know that that's right that's deep knowledge and a spot to go. you can't fly nothing on there, but still you know the thought is there and that's what counts in all. we've got cool temperatures this weekend looking pretty good at that some fog and around the base that feels kind of good speaking of which flying around. thus the shooter camera but that will out what you would be san francisco if you didn't have fun of course and we'll continue to have that this week, although the fog should mix out a little sooner. then it is going to do this weekend. we have a little bit of a warming trend coming our way in the week ahead live shot coming from the bay bridge. there you see the fog but up right up against the east bay hills again this will make south when the sun joins us a little bit shot from u c berkeley being least see the bay and we can see the east bay shoreline but again got to get this fog lifted here. temperatures are some one of the mild side we've got the lower 60's at work here in iraq at 6364 livermore 61 going on for concord up to the north bay got the upper 50's lower 6062 san jose 58
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meanwhile, san francisco. so let's watch the pulsating fog if you will going on today they're mixes out including monterey bay nicely might have some coastal issues going on here with all mid-afternoon, looking good at that okay it returns a little tonight, fills up these bays and then let's pray a few little clouds in here tomorrow afternoon just a little bit coming up from the south. that's not directly related to this lower marine layer business. so we go throw a few clouds in the forecast south bay east bay just a touch tomorrow there they are and generally speaking mostly sunny as we go into the evening hours or like this shot coming in from seoul, sunny and mild will go along with that 70's covering the bay 80's mid-eighties going on in london. tomorrow a few clouds we just mentioned that a little bit and then some minor in london warming we do mean minor but the next week it kind of kicks into high gear by the middle of next week getting hot and when those temperatures popping back up to about 95. it's july and had to happen at some point we'll be looking probably the middle 90's but that will be contained in the inland areas, not so much
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around the bay in the coast obviously highs you can see there mid 80's on the board in the far east bay reaches that's it up to the north bay 77 napa and santa rosa coming at 8180 also san jose peninsula, lots of green, even around the bay you can see so that's good with 70's in place there. so we'll say 64 san francisco, little called the ball park this afternoon 71 meanwhile, oakland and 84 san jose got a giant forecast coming up in just a tad. well. you have goosebumps i do a moment that changed the course of history for ever. >>50 years ago today, the apollo 11 mission successfully put the first person on the moon. neil armstrong's historic steps officially ended the space race. nasa has scheduled special events all weekend. yesterday president
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for the historic mission at the white house. and the us postal service they issued 2 commemorative forever stamps. one is the iconic image of buzz aldrin standing on t moon service surface the photo was taken by neil armstrong. the other stamp is a 2010 image of the moon showing with a dot with the lunar module touched down in the sea of tranquility. when the company is on a mission to train people to become astronauts and they're using a familiar place, lake tahoe pedro rivera explains. >>when lake tahoe comes to mind you might think of the beautiful landscape voting in paddle boarding. but the crystal clear water is also perfect for something out of this world, this is a simulated 0 gravity environment when you're a neutral buoyancy doctor eduardo diaz is the c e o of advancing acts a rockland based company that is on a mission to train everyday people to become without
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actually going into space is hard to know exactly what it feels like to train with 0 gravity. so the best way to train here on earth is by doing it in the water. >>you are weightless nus that the neutral buoyancy i want to get under water. same the is nasa trains on these have a the very large pool that they train in texas, so this is a cool into that the company uses a space vehicle mockup called summer so next worse, it's 30 feet below the surface. >>currently they're using the vehicle to train dive teams like the placer county sheriff's office. ultimate lee they will train future ash under water you get a death some people can stress course if if you're going sell under water. >>we definitely want to stress on space right now they're taking applications for their career astronaut program, thousands of space seekers from 48 countries have applied so far but only a select few will be chosen for the mission, we'll send of one team of 4 in 2023 to someone a slight like nasa you do need a bachelor's degree in sight,
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technology in mathemitics or stem to apply. but unlike the space agency advancing acts as an art degree will also work. as we remember the lunar landing which took place 50 years ago this week without question the moon is a goal for ds when i asked him what it will be like to see one of his advantage x graduates on the moon. he kept his answer simple that would be. and that was pedro rivera reporting for us our coverage of the apollo 11 anniversary continues online. >>on our website. we have a 30 minute special called apollo 11 t plus 50 years it talks about the space program and how cities across the country played a role in the mission and that's all on kron 4 dot com. coming up. it's not. attending to the giants game last night plus a's highlights and round 2 of the british open we've got you covered.
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>>the giants they're playing meaningful baseball in mid july they came into tonight's match up with the mets just 2 and a half games back of the second wild-card spot. today they look for their 7th straight win with the new york mets in town it took the dying 16 innings last night could be the next met. tonight they
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their pitcher tyler beatty was locked in top of the 6th. strikes out in home run derby winner, pete alonso if you would pitched 8 strong innings allowing just 3 hits and striking out 5 giants would head into extra scoreless of the 10th. one offered a giant pablo sandoval pops one out in the left field the left fielder coming in he drops it they're going to waive in alex dickerson he scores ash shows you why you always run out the base is the giants, they beat the mets in the 10 ending one nothing your final game 3 is tomorrow. now on today's some a super fan showed up in minnesota came got to love it. top of the first no score marcus semien's sends one to left field is no doubt about that when the a's taken early one nothing lead simeon with 3 for 4 with that rbi bottom of the 3rd a's up one nothing but the twins get it back marwin
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gonzalez, the driver in the right field and just like that the twins taking 3 to 2 lead top of the 6 chris davis one into left field to let fear comes lori i know he will score a go out in front, 43 and say go on to was this one-sided 3 your final game 3 of this four-game series. it is tomorrow. it's the final major of the golf season, the british open pan and we found out one royal portrush golf club shows no mercy on coffers, it's one of the toughest courses on the planet and humbles many let's go to day 2 of the action in northern ireland. rory mcilroy he's going to get in the car here on the 18th the worry misses the the finish is round 2, 2, over the 65 but go through would be shane lowry showing up he comes in from second place finishing 8 under shooting a 67. you know co
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leave with jb holmes after around 2 who had those 2 as the top 2 front runners, tiger woods on the 18th, a bad day for him, no good tiger misses the cut. he finishes 6 over shot a 70 tigers thought missing the cut after 2 lackluster out. it's just a matter of if of being consistent that us one the hardest thing said to to accept does. >>does as an owner. as an older athlete, there's a lot to me ask us decision or a 23. that is things are different. have my hot weeks. a moment to be there in contention with the chance to win and i will winter months but there are times when i'm just not going to be there. switching to basketball the gus's >>settled and we've had a few weeks to digest all all that went down with the golden state warriors the biggest one obviously was kevin duran moving to brooklyn katie spent 3 years here in the bay won 2 titles 2 finals mvp yet still see what he was never truly
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happy here warriors official dj dj the sharp had his own take on katie fleeing today. >>just so fortunate man that they you know. they go with the narrative that. we epstein it would never be katie's team and that right there i feel like is what tore us apart. >>let's head outside right quickly show you the golden gate bridge show little cloud cover but don't worry it's going to go away and we'll
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and welcome back to the con think warning us look at that right you'd call it the right there are logistics a little partly cloudy. it's happening right partly sunny. i should say thank you like how the lenses kind of making a prism of the light a little bit the breaking up the light of the come 3, you know, got back from europe, san francisco is so charming that if you drop the name san ancisco, the europeans. >>they are in all of you and your in all of them right that's how much time actually in fremont whatever d about it yet there were no free freeman right away, ok so bay area fog will be mixing out nicely for us today and the behave in a cell because you know this time of year. it could be kind of crazy on us, but it's not a look how far this foxconn that's in london. mount diablo it's still pretty shy know,
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but you see a lot of fog away so it's really reaching out there, it's got its tentacles all over the place here going on today we also slip back today to see the golden gate bridge there you can see right behind us. so what about this fog. it takes care of itself pretty quickly the models say by 9.10 o'clock or so problem areas may remain at the coast. a little bit as you can see by the time in the afternoon. those will be the only little problem spots and it doesn't mean it won't be a nice and there it just means that will be a little recalcitrant in terms of lifting that those temperatures in the lower 60's we have at this hour antioch 63 conquered 61 lower 60's, lining up the east bay shoreline fremont of course of flight 59 62 san jose up to the north bay got the upper 50's in place, here's the shot from seoul. it's pretty clear here but again we should inland spots where there still that fog lingering partly cloudy. the models call it sunny by 11 2 o'clock. we're also sunny with temperatures approaching middle 80's for highs which is going to be reduced compared to what's coming our way later in the week. speaking of which will
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be talking about that in just a bit but first want to send you over to the ball park in san francisco, the again today versus the mets for the giants lower 60's. that's cool but not as chilly as it has been west southwest winds at about 10 to 15 so again, they'll be a little bit of a breeze, but it has been higher than that before temperatures ultimately about 64 san francisco 71 going on for open 80, san jose coming up a little bit we'll check in the 4 zone forecast for you and that extended well. shelter could be forced to close today because of the rising housing costs in the bay area. >>for 20 years serenity house has been a home for homeless women who have survived addiction incarceration and trauma. kron four's michelle kingston has their story. >>i there was says. in a dark place and paula cook is just one of many women to have walked into serenity house in need of help from 2009. 2 have
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10 years clean. she now volunteers her time at the organization helping to change the lives of other women, women who were living in tents, dealing with addiction in violence for 20 years now serenity house has been a staple in the west oakland community but last year their rent increased 75% and right now there are 4 months late on their payments they need to raise $14,000 by saturday in order to keep the house in their programs up and running. >>to help support and he'll women in need. >>yes, the ready house was a here where would they what are they do where they go for just that hope you know the executive director wants to keep serenity house in oakland where it has been since it started. >>where she says it belongs but his serenity house is. >>taken out of this community then it becomes a problem. so
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we need to definitely keep serenity house in west oakland, where they are so they can. the right where it's needed it where the polls is you know the heart of the problem is right here outside our door and so i'm just acts team. >>in west oakland, michelle kingston kron 4 news. if you like to help keep the serenity house open they have a go fund me page they still need to raise thousands of dollars by the end of today in order to pay rent. >>we have the information and links on our website kron 4 dot com. in the east bay police have released new pictures of the 21 year-old man wanted for a deadly shooting. police say jorge to last shot and killed 15 year-old emanuel moseby earlier this month at a taco bell on stan lee boulevard moseby was a student at livermore high school. police say the teen got into an argument with to lez before he was shot. on the peninsula. the search continues for the
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person who robbed a man at gunpoint in palo alto after a road rage argument. it started an arboretum road near the stanford shopping center on thursday morning police say the suspect got mad at the victim, while they were driving and then actually ended up throwing a cup of coffee into the victim's car. they then pulled into a parking lot officers say the victim then went to confront the suspect and that's when the suspect flashed his gun and take the other man's cell phone. in the north bay, the cleanup of the sausalito mudslide has been delayed again city leaders found out this week the city staffers skipped a step required by fema when putting the project out to bid that means the city has to reopen the job pushing back clean up until at least mid september. the mayor says that making sure the meat fema's requirements to ensure the city gets reimbursed the millions of dollars this expected to cost to clean up all the debris. >>we're on the same page is our residents. it's hard for us to accept this set back.
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but seen the big picture and knowing what we need to protect overall both financially environmentally and for the good of our community. we're we're thankful that our staff hls done what they've done what they've been able to catch and where we're going. >>crews won't know the true extent of the damage done to the road in the storm drains until most of the debris has been cleared away the mudslide on valentine's day destroyed 2 homes and actually sent a woman just going downhill in the middle of the night because of the mudslides coming up in the crime, the news police in southern california are looking for the man who injured a child during a prank a little boy
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in southern california was seriously injured in a vicious prank. chambers has his story. >>the 10 year old aaron curry toe fights back tears and this consoled by his father. july 6 his birthday his life was changed forever. well outside his family's home in compton, 2 adult neighbors approached him. the blast blew off all of
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his fingers on his left hand and bird is right as well as his face and stomach. >>like i don't believe in it 3 on the is one of aaron's older sisters and turned to was that the fact. >>and he needs me anything in those he has a big sister to come. >>and she says that aaron has already had 4 surgeries in just 12 days. his mangled left hand now is attach to his abdomen to help with blood flow and nerve damage for 3 weeks from now doctors will detach and free up what's left of erin is left hand and send him home. the youngster though worries about acceptance that he feels sad. >>that people are going to judge him once he goes home, they said the strong and he's going to do this as for those adults who had the fireworks to begin with. >>and tossed a lit explosive at air and. >>it's going get want to take. i could on the scene in the world, is pretty steady could
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be into. >>that was rick chambers reporting for us family members say one of the men suspected of involvement has been arrested. investigators are still looking for the second man this morning. as we head to break. here's a live look outside of the san mateo bridge. if you need to move about east or westbound you won't have any problems traffic very late a little bit of fog and the top of screen. the day's far says it ♪ you know when you're at ross and that cute dress gets even cuter? yes. or when you can say yes... to both? (smiling) sure. or when you find that brand at that price? are you kidding me? yeah. that's yes for less. and that's what ross always has in store.
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>>welcome back to kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody and live shot coming in from sfo we've been talking about fog but no be no delays being reported this morning as we can see we swing over to mount diablo city of far inland and here we are having some fog issues as you can see the kind of overcast conditions that we see now all they can see some rays of sun trying to break through in all of that weather pattern is going to be pretty much a lot in him bird the not interrupted too much and the next week or so what we expect to develop is this high in the 4 corner states that's going provide some inland warming. however, it may not reach the coast even by mid week or even a whole lot of the bay just some minor warming for the day and even one minor more still at the coast. let's get to those winds though to check that out we do have them essentially on sure that we have and will see them up take a little bit in the afternoon, nothing real heavy though even in the afternoon even that would be sad to see that daytime heating going on those inland areas, high
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temperatures today. well middle 90's in the central valley that's it 89 at the sacramento, central since mid 60's along the central coast and out of so cal 75 going on big bear 71 l a x and 74 for san diego, let's get to your 4 zone forecast checking things out 64 san francisco to the coast. we see a lower to middle 60's half moon bay at 6564 daly city 61 pacific up and up to the northern end of the peninsula upper 60's will do 72 or so for burlingame moving quickly to the 70's. redwood city it 79 to 80 palo alto although it's kind of lonely 75 about to do. and some 80's hiding out in the south bay 80 for san jose morgan hill 84. for cupertino one 80 also milpitas 76 fremont mid to lower 70's going up the east bay shoreline tri valley today, 82 pleasanton 84 livermore and these are some of the spots we expect the 90's to return by the middle of the week and the the warming will be more pronounced there by the middle the week's 85 going on concord
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83 for walnut creek 74 for sami under was 71 for oakland jumping to the north bay here napa compared to the cool 7766 filet o but 82 popping for sonoma 81 for santa rosa. and more the 70's heading down south to southern moran mill valley coming at 71 here we have and you can see a warming trend as we get to the middle of next week popping to their the upper 80's by wednesday thursday. >>for your health this morning, there's a debate over whether breast cancer survivor should eat soy and how that soy is now that it's always more popular our diet knowing whether to need it or not is really important sore health expert killing on joins me this morning to sort it all out. tell us about the connection between sofyen and breast cancer survivors well wolf or soy is a very nutritious meals, food is so has its full protein fiber. >>now it's also it contains so those are actually an antioxidant and then they also
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contain fido estrogens so these final eschew tons cr are the kids so i the bad rap, how they are yes a lot many of the cancers are estrogen receptor positive that means a very sensitive to estrogen. and therefore they tend to grow cancer cells oh i see so that's why and then and then because of that relationship although the 7 people start thinking all soy. it causes cancer going to stay away from the and in those who are just in it just kind went viral it did mushroom, you can see how that would cause and yes, yeah, but of many of the studies and there have been many studies of the study seem to get analyzed shirt and they don't find that connection all yes, okay, so there is there's no link to that has a we had to say the record straight definitely say yes so they did this study to and they it was with a people from shanghai
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and in the us of women over 9 for 9,500 women interesting max, yes, yes, so they steadied how much so and their recurrence of breast cancer. so the americas with different isn't a times friends. >>women, 3.2 milligrams of isoflavones and that's like a drinking one out of of soy so i know you have a very little shanghai women that's about 2 servings of soy poke a huge difference huge difference what they found is the women that at 8 more soy, their risk for breast cancer recurrence, declined by 27% so that really turned that on its head. it really did you know they also found that the women that were on to mock sits in that. and they which a cancer drug that reduces estrogen levels are high they didn't see that there was any any kind of
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interruption of. >>in their treatment. that is fantastic news it really is and it really does turn everything around to what people thought previously right could still is a very healthy food, yeah, you know low in saturated had to have the animal fat and it's just good source of protein and now we're seeing it everywhere. >>yes, yes, yes. and that's one of the problems because they now have turned into and isis have you heard of the soy protein isolate know this this is a manufactured sully. and yes so they what they do is isolate this away from the soybean and then process it so that you have this soy protein isolate. so what's a sleek consumer to do it said they put this team and supplements. yeah, you know people think oh oh it's a little is good and even was good test a talented and of protein and then also
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in those meat substitutes so as you always preach you really have to check the ingredients you really don't the labels for you by because these up 20 isolate they have the the. i still flailing a little different we don't know if the body processes it differently see and there's more of it in in the a process equal that's right you merely want to go with the natural own. you know in its form what we have here so we have 10 pain man and tofu 3 ounces that's one survey ok and then and us a soy at the campuses serving. they at a mommy. that's ahead, half a cup of cooked that's a serving and then soy nuts or or and that's one serving so if you have one to 2 servings a day and even they found if you have 3 to 4 and it's still that is not re increasing your risk cancer.
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ok so the take away here to take away is go natural, yeah, don't go with the just go with the soy in its natural form to go ahead and eat or soy, it's ok okay for setting us straight. they say at a certain age
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king is off to a huge start with box office watchers saying it could end up being million strong by the end of the weekend. >>rick damigella talked with the directors of the original lion king but their film and how to make it even better. >>before it was a cgi animated film the lion king roared in traditional animated form winning 2 academy awards, including best original song for can you feel the love tonight, the directors of the 1994 movie are curious how the new movie will turn out. how will it feel different how will it. >>how would be changed how will that be the same. you know, i mean the story has. people familiar with it. but in the end different hands of course is going to feel differently when we talk to jon favreau about it. it was interesting because he said as he was going to the process and trying to figure out where it could be different and where needed to be the same. he said they did a pride rock a shot of pride rock but it was facing the other direction and they put it up and he said
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everyone in the crew went no. and that's wrong. it's most today is the other way. it's it's a nice place we had a lot of discussion in the studio when we made the movie which clearly there is a right way to the duo recall how james earl jones prepared for recording sessions funniest thing was that whatever he would get in front of a microphone he would do a warm-up exercise. >>which was kind of hilarious spectacular and kind of almost unbelievable is that he's still working 25 years later. >>doing the same role i mean that's just unbelievable. >>cheese time rises and like the sun. >>in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. >>new chase center in san francisco is on track ready for its first event you're looking at the progress being made on the new home of the warriors workers are adding the final touches to the exterior as well as inside the
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arena, the first event will be a concert put on by metallica and wait for this. the san francisco symphony so it's like fried chicken and ice cream you like both, but they are take heather kind of weird combination. but the promise it will work they will perform on september 6. the nba season will begin after that one month later on october the schedule however for the warriors home games. so far that schedule has not been released. >>i take a look at bay area temperatures we've got 60's on the board for the most part 63 off to antioch with some 50's hang on just a bit got some i didn't have to shout out for help. i didn't have to get you a lift. and i didn't have to call your wife to meet you at the doctor. because you didn't have another dvt. not today. we discussed how having one blood clot puts you at risk of having another,... ...so we chose xarelto®, to help keep you protected. xarelto®, is proven to treat and reduce the risk of dvt or pe blood clots from happening again.
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good morning everyone on this glorious saturday morning and will tran infirmary gonzalez you can see here's a shot. >>embarcadero camera little bit of cloud cover and near a lot meteorologist dave spahr. >>a little bit though flag blowing with them is means is mixing and we're getting some that's working on some clearing its does step by step or getting there so it's improving it's very comfortable. it is that there's community in this moisture is reached far inland to a blue shot look at this what we don't always time see clouds in the morning but fog clouds going on little patch of blue looks like way off to the distance there. as we watch this fog start to mix
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out. we see it of the golden gate all the time this is the fog trap as you can see again overcast as we got come this morning so with this fog. it's pretty much on its last later the sun joining us quickly mixing out over most of the bay by it's going to linger at the coastal areas a little bit into the afternoon it looks like so that will be a little problematic in some little spots. we should see a decent amount of sun this afternoon too. how those temperatures holding we have the 60's now over most the real we have 58 up a santa rosa and a 60 even half moon bay 59 meanwhile for san francisco, 65 on the other side for can 62 down to san jose, pretty close to where we were from yesterday, although some of the east bay numbers are just a whisper behind where they were this time from yesterday, nice deep blue skies and sun all but not the case everywhere inland as we just showed you so noting that with some partly cloudy skies but morning by high new will try 77 83 by the mid afternoon. and this will be reduced for those highs, it looks like compared to what's coming our way by mid week to san jose will call that a 71
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for oakland and 64 going on for san francisco coming up a little bit we'll check on your forecast for the weekend. well dave in the east bay chp officers responded to a deadly crash between a car. >>a motorcyclist on westbound i-ninety 80 in oakland. it happened near 27th stet on 9 80 at around midnight. all westbound lanes of the interstate because of the crash had to be shut down while investigators had to to their measurements. they have since reopened this morning. a massive pothole closed down multiple lanes on 80 friday in oakland, the repairs took hours to get all the lanes back open kron 4 gayle kron four's gayle ong shows us the damage. >>it took caltrans longer than anticipated to make repairs that pothole is 3 feet long and 3 feet wide. >>photos show a large pothole in oakland a friday afternoon. it's in the center of a busy freeway 8.80 south. near jackson street caltrans was notified around one of the
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afternoon. >>our maintenance crews got out there right of way to assess the situation into that the structure was safe. isolated incident. it is an older bridge deck. this is one of our like much of our infrastructure here in the bay area. >>caltrans crews began work around 03:00pm but at the close 3 of 5 lanes the afternoon commute was at a standstill from the bay bridge exit to oakland of lanes. >>number 1, 2, 3, closed down with a hard closure which means there's a ton of cones you'll see caltrans vehicles may be some. those ellie be lights out there are signs out there. >>some might have to make a trip to the mechanic chp says about a dozen cars had its tires slashed from driving over the pothole i far as i know this is a i pretty typical possible. sometimes larger potholes i'm that can develop its may start of the smaller one and develop into a larger possible from. >>kind of wear and tear, especially with all the larger truck that may be moving through the area, those folks who have their cars damaged because of this possible
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should know. >>they can file a claim with caltrans online we'll post a link on our website kron 4 dot com reporting in oakland, gayle, ong. >>investigators now say the shooting at san bruno's 10 friend mall was actually gang-related the new information comes after police arrested 2 more teams earlier in the week, one of them 18 year-old andre ghent of san francisco made his first court appearance yesterday. he's charged with 2 counts of attempted murder, several counts of assault with a deadly weapon and a variety of weapons charges in gang enhancements in connection to the mall shooting. investigators say he is the one who shot and wounded a 14 year-old and a 16 year-old in the mall. >>this is about as serious as a crime can get again we have. in the middle of the day. and that's something that is very serious. >>it's still not clear whether
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the shooting was actually planned in advance prosecutors say if convicted gant could face a life sentence. state border in san francisco is fighting for her life this morning after she fell and fractured her skull let's call her name must home all week she's in critical condhtion. this morning at sf general kron four's dan thorn spoke with her sister. >>when you see videos of san francisco's dolores street hill bomb you quickly realize it's filled with fearless skater. many of whom are not wearing helmets as they zip down the street at blazing fast speeds. the 21 year-old tomoko a week howell was one of those skaters. but now she's fighting for her life at sf general she was going downhill. >>several times going have a last ride she fell and hair. and fractured the back of her school. >>she's you go a week fung is the well known skaters sister this picture captured by
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brandon davis shows tomoko just before she fell i was thinking about. >>the things so you can or can't focus on that. >>oco known as in the skating community is the creator of a san francisco based grip tape company to mow skate co offer skaters a way to ride in style with vibrant grip tape designs like this rose or these purple are and she paints every single one of them by hand. >>so everything's made lovingly by >>currently all proceeds from the online store will help with tell most medical bills to tell most sister says she's not just well known for her skills in the skating community. is passionate about giving back. these pictures show tomo posing with kids in the philippines after giving them skate boards featuring her designs. the halfpipe they're standing on was also donated with help from friends and family. ca says it's that humbleness and willingness to care that she's looking
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forward to seeing again from tel mo he is so sweet loving hines. >>and we're just raided taker. i know it's going to be months from now before that happens optimistic. and thank everyone again for all the light and prayers. >>reporting in san francisco, dan thorn. kron 4 news. and on the kron 4 morning news, a plea from some bay area women to save serenity house. >>it's a beloved shelter in oakland, we'll tell you the challenges that they're facing. plus governor newsom will be coming back from vacation to sign or veto. a huge stack of bills will talk about guess what?
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back in the south bay santa clara county sheriff's deputies found more than $5,000 worth of stolen merchandise for many stores. >>this is actually only half of the total because of a large amount i was actually return to the targeted stores. investigators arrested 2 women on thursday, both suspects were on probation for burglary and theft related offenses. take a look at this that's a mountain lion folks just meandering through a neighborhood in san bruno at kron 4 of you are actually sent this to us from their surveillance footage. this happened in the overnight hours fortunately, nobody was out there in the mountain line didn't attack anybody. >>that this is a reminder to
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stay alert and keep a close watch on small children, your dogs whenever you're hiking. >>or in a heavily traveled out wooded area or in this case, your neighborhood. firefighters have a new weapon to battle wildfires. c one 30 air tankers can carry thousands of gallons of fire retardant cal fire is the first agency in the entire world with its own tanker fleet, randy cummings takes a look at how this will help us in the future. >>priest our checklist. the 0, 7, indicated. >>it's going to be seen worldwide of what we're doing here will possibly be modeled throughout the world. >>it's being called ground breaking a new chapter in cal fire aviation. >>gives us another tool in the tool box to really protect lives and property is what it boils down to. >>cal fire now the only fire department aviation fleet in the world with its own fleet of large air tankers. we've got an exclusive look at
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flight working on one of them. these planes carry up to 4,000 gallons of fire retardant the older smaller ones currently in the fleet only carry up to 1200 the improvement means these wings will stop wildfires faster. >>retardant is dropped in front of the fire. the fire burns up to the retardant and it slows it down although cal fire acquired them from the federal government a year ago there are modifications to be done. >>large aircraft a lot to be done in very time consuming process. >>and that was brandi cummings reporting for us once the modifications are complete the c one 30's will be kept in hangars across our state ready for fire season. >>they were still negotiate through some fog not just around the media bay, but inland as well we can see the shot from mount diablo the overcast skies temperatures holding in the 60's
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>>take a look at this the washington monument turned into a saturn 5 rocket a life-size image of the most powerful rocket ever built is being projected on to the washington monument. it's honoring the apollo 11 mission to the moon today marks the 50th anniversary of the historic moon landing. a 17 minute program will be projected on the monument and on screens around the national mall. we've got much more on the historic event coming up in just a few minutes from
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now. >>they hold controlled explosion, a chemical explosion using us thrust its a 4 days to get there you have it on the moon for about 8 hours or so before they stepped on to quarter million writer going on so we out next door neighbor though compared to lie ahead. so hopefully what we've got going on today we have this fog lingering around the bay even those inland areas to even talking about mount diablo so it's it's made its way into contra costa county. there's a the bay bridge you can see overcast way off to the distance and we expect this to make south break up if you will as we get to the late morning hours little slow going thus faand it's not this way every where and when we're showing you some shots of some know which will see looking pretty good at that too with some nice deep blue skies, temperatures. a pretty mild the start we had some that humidity also venture its way inland that acts as bit of a blanket keeping temperatures support a little bit there 65 antioch 63 concord livermore it 61 there the 60's also lineup of the east bay shoreline 59 fremont 60 coming in for san francisco. so
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future cast for well we can watch this fog kind of mix up pretty quickly. but it does return again tonight to start off again with that they area fog you see moderate kind of following suit as well. but into the afternoon we'll have some spring some cloud cover coming in from the south and this is different than the marine layer moisture, this is a little bit higher up and to some stray clouds to deal with into the afternoon hours a little bit for the east bay and also the south bay so sunny and mild to start things off and for today, 70's cover the bay and then mid 80's going on in land tomorrow just a touch warming and that will be inland. but next week we really pop will get some middle 90's going on here well inland by the middle of the week ended that will be reserved for those inland spots, meanwhile around the immediate they temperatures will be a more temperate still in the 70's for the most part but maybe some lower 80's popping here and there so for today a this is what we project a lower 70's on the east bay shoreline 76 or so for free month, mid 80's for now and as far east bay
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reaches 81 up to santa rosa, 78 64 san francisco. we expect 64 again, san francisco 71 for oakland and 84 san jose coming up in a bit we'll check in your john's forecast well. >>i still get chills after all these years just listen to that a moment that changed the course of history forever. 50 years ago today, the apollo 11 mission successfully but the first person on the moon neil armstrong's historic steps officially ended the space race with russia. nasa has scheduled a special events all weekend. yesterday president trump honored the astronauts from the white house and you can see them right there. and it wasn't just the white house the us postal service, they also did their thing with the commemorative forever stamp one is the iconic image of
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buzz aldrin standing on the moon's surface. the photo was taken my neil armstrong, the first man on the moon. the other stamp is a 20 twice he's near 2010 image of the moon showing with a dot where the lunar module touched down. safely in the sea of tranquility. california company is on a mission to train people to become astronauts and they're using a familiar place lake tahoe. pedro rivera shows us how they're doing it. >>when lake tahoe comes to mind you might think of the beautiful landscape voting in paddle boarding. but the crystal clear water is also perfect for something out of this world, this is a simulated 0 gravity environment when you're a neutral buoyancy doctor eduardo diaz is the c e o of advancing x rocket based company that is on a mission to train everyday people to become without actually going into space is hard to know exactly what it feels like to train with 0 gravity. so the
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best way to train here on earth is by doing it in the water. >>you are weightlessness that the neutral buoyancy i want to get under water. same thing as nasa trains on these have a the very large pool that they train in texas so this is a cool into that the company uses a space vehicle mockup called summer so max which sits 30 feet below the surface. >>currently they're using the vehicle to train dive teams like the placer county sheriff's office. ultimate lee they will train future ash under water you get a death some people can stress course if if you're going sow under water. >>we definitely want to stress on space right now they're taking applications for their career astronaut program, thousands of space seekers from 48 countries have applied so far but only a select few will be chosen for the mission, we'll send of one team of 4 in 2023 to someone a slight like nasa you do need a bachelor's degree in sight, technology in mathematics or stem to apply. but unlike the
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space agency advancing acts as an art degree will also work. as we remember the lunar landing which took place 50 years ago this week without question the moon is a goal for ds when i asked him what it will be like to see one of his advantage x graduates on the moon. he kept his answer simple that would be. and that was pedro rivera reporting for us our coverage of the apollo 11 anniversary continues online. >>on our website. we have a 30 minute special called apollo 11 t plus 50 years he talks about the space program and how cities across the country. they are all pitched in for the mission that's all on kron 4 dot com. coming up in sports alive. the giants game last night plus 8 highlights. >>and round 2 of the british
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the giants they're playing meaningful baseball in mid july they came into tonight's match up with the mets just. >>2 and a half games back of the second wild-card spot. today they look for their 7th straight win with the new york mets in town it took the dying 16 innings last night could be the next met. tonight they their pitcher tyler beatty was locked in top of the 6th.
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offer to match the right south from the home run derby winner, pete alonso if you would pitched 8 strong innings allowing just 3 hits and striking out 5 giants would head into extra scoreless of the 10th. one offered a giant pablo sandoval pops one out in the left field the left fielder coming in he drops it they're going to waive in alex dickerson he scores ash shows you why you always run out the base of the giants, they beat the mets in the 10 ending one nothing your final game 3 is tomorrow. now on today's some a super fan showed up in minnesota came got to love it. top of the first no score marcus semien's sends one to left field is no doubt about that when the a's taken early one nothing lead simeon with 3 for 4 with that rbi bottom of the 3rd a's up one nothing but the twins get it back marwin gonzalez, the driver in the right field and just like that
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the twins taking 3 to 2 lead top of the 6 chris davis one into left field to let fear comes lori i know he will sue for age go out in front, 43 and say go on to win this one-sided 3 your final game 3 of this four-game series. it is tomorrow. it's the final major of the golf season, the british open pan and we found out one royal portrush golf club shows no mercy on coffers, it's one of the toughest courses on the planet and humbles many let's go to day 2 of the action in northern ireland. rory mcilroy he's going to get in the car here on the 18th the worry misses the the finish is round 2, 2, over the 65 but go through would be shane lowry showing up he comes in from second place finishing 8 under shooting a 67. you know co leave with jb holmes after around 2 who had those 2 as the top 2 front runners, tiger
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woods on the 18th bad day for him, no good tiger misses the cut the finish is 6 over shot a 70 tigers thought missing the cut after 2 lackluster out. it's just a matter of if a been consistent that that's d% when the hardest thing said to to accept does. >>does as an older as an older athlete, there's a lot to him yes because this issue or a 23. that is things are different. have my hot weeks. i'm i'm going to be there in contention with the chance to win and i will winter months but there are times when i'm just not going to be there. switching to basketball the gus's game in. >>settled and we've had a few weeks to digest all all that went down with the golden state warriors the biggest one obviously was kevin duran moving to brooklyn katie spent 3 years here in the bay won 2 titles 2 finals mvp, yet still seem like he was never truly happy here warriors official
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dj dj the sharp had his own take on katie fleeing tibet. >>just so fortunate man that they you know. they go with the narrative that. >>the notices steps it would never became team. and that right here i feel like is what tore it apart. as we head to commercial break, here's a live look outside of the golden gate bridge a little bit of cloud cover, but don't worry it's going to clear up are on tap for a fabulous day. >>in just a few minutes we will talk to a personal trainer, if u don't want to run today
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>>and welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. here's a live shot from our embarcadero camera david los like to flags are still yelling back and forth with that go away, i mean i don't mind cloud cover, but sometimes it's windy and it adds to the chill will get our our breeze today that's driven partially by the inland heating and that's just the topography issue we have to deal with took in the city and. so we'll see some of that this afternoon nothing too intense will try to run away from the fog so troubling conservatory at it. fabregas on hamilton looking good there. yeah, nice deep blue skies for all of that good for looking at the moon you see the moon last night that i i did apollo 11. lit up the sky was really something that's so
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clear skies help all of that they're going look observatories you can see we swing back to the golden gate and it's all going fog and cloudy right now this overcast kind of blanket in place until it mixes out with some drier air aloft. this is what happens to cast for by 1015 mostly taken care of except the coastal areas or cow. strampel stubborn resolute and terms of uh mixing it out here but have a little bit the way that fog a cloud cover to deal with into the afternoon nothing too intense. temperatures right now in the 60's over most of the real estate we have some upper 50's up their santa rosa 58, 62 san jose 65 can 63 coming at this hour in concord or does have a nice shot too. some of that fog mixing off to the distance this is some holes you can see here still keeping some partly cloudy skies in for the fog mid morning. we're sunny at noon. sunny at 3 with temperatures holding into the 80's for highs and that's a really big difference compared to what we're going to see by mid week. at the giants gains i told will he was asking me
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is going to the game there with his kids one oh 5 game time. temps hold lower 60's, mostly sunny cool. we have a little bit of a west southwest breeze 10 to 15. so bring the jacket will be a little chilly with that. highs today 80 going on for san jose 71 for open, but everybody is warming up and the long-range forecast we'll take a look at that in just a bit and check out your 4 zone 2 well. west open shelter could be forced to close down today because of the rising housing costs in the bay area for 20 years. >>serenity house has been a home for homeless women who survived everything from addiction incarceration and trauma. kron four's michelle kingston has their story. >>my life up there was says. in a dark place paula cook is just one of many women to have walked into serenity house in need of help from 2009. 2 have 10 years clean. she now
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volunteers her time at the organization helping to change the lives of other women, women who were living in tents, dealing with addiction in violence for 20 years now serenity house has been a staple in the west oakland community but last year their rent increased 75% and right now there are 4 months late on their payments they need to raise $14,000 by saturday in order to keep the house in their programs up and running. >>to help support and he'll women in need. >>yes, the ready house was a here where would they what are they do where they go for just that hope you know the executive director wants to keep serenity house in oakland where it has been since it started. >>where she says it belongs but his serenity house is. >>taken out of this community then it becomes a problem. so we need to definitely keep serenity house in west oakland, where they are so they can. the right where it's needed it where the polls is
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you know the heart of the problem is right here outside our door and so i'm just acts team. >>in west oakland, michelle kingston kron 4 news. ok, so if you'd like to help keep serenity house open they have a go fund me page we have the information and links. >>on our website at kron 4 dot com. in the east bay police have released new pictures of the 21 year-old man wanted for a deadly shooting. police say jorge to last shot and killed 15 year-old emanuel moseby earlier this mth, you're a taco bell restaurant on stan lee boulevard. moseby was a student at livermore high school police say the teen got into an argument with tell as before he was shot. on the peninsula. the search continues for the person who robbed a man at gunpoint in palo alto after a road rage argument. it started on arboretum road near the stanford shopping center on thursday morning police say the suspect got mad at the
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victim. while they were driving and get this ended up throwing a cup of coffee into the victim's car, then pulled into a parking lot officers say the victim then when to confront the suspect and that's when the suspect flashed a gun and 60 other man's cell phone. governor gavin newsome will sign or veto, several bills once he's back in office from vacation. capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala shows us some of the legislation that still needs his signature. >>when governor newsome comes back to the office next week, several bills await his approval, one of those is s p 27 which would require presidential and gubernatorial candidates to release their tax returns in order to get their name on the california ballot. the governor suggested he may support the bill right before leaving for vacation. >>is
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>>waving his signature ab 3.92 change the language in the law requiring police to use deadly force only when necessary instead of one reasonable the governor earlier this year expressed support for the bill once civil liberties and police groups finally came to an agreement on the proposal. another less controversial measure. the governor has already signaled he'd sign is the safe and affordable drinking water fund it would put one billion toward clean drinking water projects for a million californians who don't have it. >>so far this legislative session, the governor has passed dozens of bills in vetoed 2. in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >>coming up on the kron 4 morning news police in southern california are looking for the men who injured a child during a vicious prank with the little boy sa and
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welcome back a little boy in southern california was seriously injured in a vicious prank kron four's excuse me, rick chambers has the story. >>the 10 year old aaron curry toe fights back tears and this consoled by his father. july 6 his birthday his life was changed forever. well outside his family's home in compton, 2 adult neighbors approached it. the blast blew off all of
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his fingers on his left hand and bird is right as well as his face and stomach. >>i'm shocked. i don't believe in adrian uh is one of aaron's older sisters and turned to was that the fact. >>and he needs me anything in those he has a big sister to come. >>and she says that aaron has already had 4 surgeries in just 12 days. his mangled left hand now is attach to his abdomen to hels with blood flow and nerve damage for 3 weeks from now doctors will detach and free up what's left of their is left hand and send him home. the youngster though worries about acceptance that he said. >>that people are going to judge him once he goes home, they said strong and he's going to do this as for those
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adults who had the fireworks to begin with. >>and tossed a lit explosive at air and. >>it's going get want to take. i could on the scene in the world, is pretty steady could be into. >>and that was rick chambers reporting for us this morning family members say one of the men suspected of the involvement. he's been arrested investigators are also however looking this morning for the second man. here's a live look outside of the san mateo bridge. >>easy east or westbound not a problem little bit of cloud cover but that's going to go away very soon you might want to stay with us in a few minutes from now we'll talk to a personal trainer on how you can ♪
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>>welcome back to kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody live shot coming in from sfo, no delays being reported this morning. but you can see the overcast a fog, the remains of place or yet another inland shot with the skies opened up very nicely bethel island, beautiful blue skies behind all of that so looking upstream nothing really impacts us directly for the next few days, we have minor warming. however, it's going to jump into high gear for those in the valleys as a high in the 4 corner just to the west and kind of takes over the inland valleys. however, at the bay and the coast it will be warming but not quite as pronounced obviously will be a bit on the cooler mild side. here's a look at those winds they still
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remain little bit on shore least on the east bay shoreline. however, out to see their little bit from the south we do have some cloud cover intrusion as we take a look at what happens for tomorrow. mid-nineties for central valley 89 going on for sacramento, reading check in in 92 mid 60's for central coast with santa barbara 68 71 for l a x and 74 san diego so let's get to a checking out your 4 zone forecast san francisco coming in 64 looks like heading down to the we see the lower to middle 60's and play 64 daly city and 61 pacific up heading to the peninsula on the they cite upper 60's, although burlingame coming in at 72 more 70's to the south popping at 84 palo alto more 80's for the south bay to we've got 80 san jose santa clara at 79 milpitas 80 along with cupertino east bay shoreline readings back to the 70's and even lower 70's up to hayward 82 pleasanton and livermore 84 these locations to watch over the next few days expected be
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well in the 90's by the middle of next week getting up here to contra costa county 85 for concord 83 for walnut creek 71 for oakland berkeley, 6877 for napa so nobody 82 and santa rosa 81, but the 70's return down south point re at 6058 stenson be chilly there look at it in the 7 day. way we go. in july has cleared its throat as we start to move past the mid-nineties let's get ready to rumble o well day for your health this morning of boxing inspired group fitness is taking off or right here in the bay area kaisha sadler is joining me now to talk about rumble. >>one of the nation's leading work out so it's a new way i know it's been around but it's catching on his kaisha absolutely it's taken over. so what do you get from boxing that you don't get from like say running and there are a lot of runners who live in the community where people run down the embarcadero good to go hiking, what's a little bit different about boxing offers
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more of an experience. so you're a single patron, but in a group environment. not only are you getting the physical activity of a workout but you're gaining culture you're gaining experience from lighting to music. >>just being involved in a community as a whole. >>i know when you workout with others it inspires you re because you want to one you see inspiration. and then you don't want to fall behind. >>absolutely there is the inspiration part behind it that also our room is dimly lit. so if you're not having the best day you're still going to get the best workout for you in that particular 45 minutes, okay, so. >>she chose to retain tops to show how it works for this proof of performance right there and how strong she is what do you get news and mostly upper body do you work your legs, how does that we're full body workout you know get everything from leg stuff her body. the core and we
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specifically programmed it so that you can get everything within the 45 minutes. ok so give me if i'm walking in today. do you break a scene gently or it's like go hit the bags are we there. so we offer 5 minutes before the actual class starts we offer picasso we can explain and teach how the class is going to work from the punches to the floor site you'll get in your warm-up you'll get the vibe of not only dead lie, tes but don't ask music. it's my sister and i to say that used in it. you get the experience of finding yourself punching a bag for 5 rounds, you'll find yourself lifting weights for 5 rounds and in all you leave there. we are confident the new walked in and it's 45 minutes or 45 minutes. okay, so you're you're punching you moving your sliding, i mean you see boxers day one of the fit is people ever. they absolutely are they train like hardcore athletes at rumble we
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believe that each client can train like an athlete. but at your own pace. okay, so you do road workers everything right there in your facility, everything is in the facility. we have half of the room, punching a water bag so we have club bag. i'm on the other side of the room we have dench's we have weights and we do a little switch to have to cut speaking us which i know your body needs to variety or else you get used to certain regimen and you don't get maximum results. >>for those who are watching they want to join your gym can you dis for the price is and how does that go about. the un and the of i know a lot of people don't get to know how much does it cost. >>we do operate and offer its $35 where you buy one class encourage you to come back for your second. we don't do monthly memberships that we 2 packages so there's definitely an option for everyone, whether you want to come one time a week where they want to come 5 times a week. we offer
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it every day is going to be different so you don't get >>you will get burned out and know a lot of personal trainer son is only so much i can do for you, but die, it's also important do you teach people about diet to we do not teach people about diet. we are just. >>mainly the fitness aspect of from boxing, you know boxing how did you get introduced to boxing. i was always an athlete always a dancer and boxing always spoke to me in those terms. so when i was living in new york. welcome to boxing have you ever been a professional boxer got into the ring. i have not been a professional boxer but i do enjoy being in the ring a lot ok, so these are the gloves that you brought to people. they bring their gloves provide loves a lot of it's just equipment i would imagine we do offer these gloves are relaxing so you don't have to think about too much when you come to the studio. so if you want to rent these we offer these for $3 until people to bring their own gloves becauso they want to we also offer
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quick wraps. so you can wrap your hands with regular apps are we offer from a quick wrap. if you're looking to say that i heard boxing is intense as far as the train, shed a lot of weight you sweat and i've heard and celebrities have been using it for a for a long time. absolutely it is one of the best workout i've ever done so boxing has changed my life first of all. i think everyone that experiences around the class will leave there. with their minds blown, ok very good. this shot if you need more information on rumble boxing. we'll have it on kron 4 dot com for the very latest and you decide you can see the video. they take it very seriously and i think with the summer everybody is ready for summer bodies so. >>maybe get boxing a chance we'll be right back.
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>>before it was a cgi animated film the lion king roared in traditional animated form winning 2 academy awards, including best original song for can you feel the love tonight, the directors of the 1994 movie are curious how the new movie will turn out. how will it feel different powell it. >>how would be changed how will that be the same. you know, i mean the story has. people are little familiar with it. but in the end different hands of course is going to feel differently when we talk to jon favreau about it. it was interesting because he said as he was going to the process and trying to figure out where it could be different and where needed to be the same. he said they did a pride rock a shot of pride rock but it was facing the other direction and they put it up and he said everyone in the crew at know. and that's wrong. it's most today is the other way. it's it's a nice place we had a lot of discussion in the studio when we made the movie which way right way so clearly there is a right way to duo recall how james earl jones prepared for
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recording sessions funniest thing was that whatever he would get in front of a microphone he would do a warm-up exercise. >>which was kind of hilarious spectacular and kind of almost unbelievable is that he's still working 25 years later. >>doing the same role i mean that's just unbelievable. >>cheese time rises and like the sun. >>in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. a bear temperatures still holding in the 60's at this hour negotiating through some of the bay area fog will take a look at your forecast coming up. >>it's the 50th anniversary of the apollo 11 the moon landing and we are here live
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maybe for the men. lash volume that speaks volumes. lash blast mascara from covergirl 1 lash blast sold every 2.3 seconds >>the kron 00:04am morning news on this saturday morning we are watching the weather and all the news and apollo 11 anniversary but let's get right to the weather now that cover has been stubborn it's not lifted just yet completely the eye of this quite resolute yeah way it will mix out for us we've already seen a lot of the inland valleys, although summer-like mount diablo hey it's working that magic to the fog made it out there. although we see some blue a
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break in here so that's nice to see it finally start to lift their golden gate bridge, it's still overcast. at this hour. again most of this in the bay area will be handled with the next couple of hours at the coast may take a little longer, but i think you'll see some sunshine going on for today too models are jumping ahead of what we're actually seen what we're observing accept along the coast that's where the fog will remain a little bit with some haze perhaps there comes returning tonight, not just for our bay but also down a moderate who will have some scattered clouds in the skies tomorrow bit that's not related to all of this just a little bit going on it's going our temperatures however lower 60's lot of the east bay shoreline freeman actual cooler at 6064 for oakland. inland. they started off kind of on a mild homes, warm note, but we're only up to about 68, antioch 65 concord and up to the north bay 59 for santa rosa. we're degree or so behind a little actually trailing a little bit in the southern and anna much of the trunk. the east bay as well so
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knowles on having a problem with fog this morning, a look at that beautiful sunshine, 79 we expect by 1 o'clock 4 o'clock sunny and 82. these are reduced highs compared to what we're going to see in the next couple of days, 71 for oakland, again 84 san jose and 64 san francisco coming up in a bit. we'll take a look at that longer range forecast. well. >>dave in the east bay east bay chp responded to a deadly crash between a car and a motorcyclist on westbound i-ninety 80 in oakland it happened near 27th street on 9 80 at around midnight. all westbound lanes on the interstate had to be blocked for investigators to take measurements. they have since reopened that stretch of highway. a massive pothole closed down multiple lanes on 80 through oakland this happened on friday night and the repairs took hours to get all the lanes back open kron four's gayle ong shows us the damage. >>it took caltrans longer than anticipated to make repairs that pothole is 3 feet long and 3 feet wide.
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>>photos show a large pothole in oakland a friday afternoon. it's in the center of a busy freeway 8.80 south. near jackson street caltrans was notified around one of the afternoon. >>i mean got out there right of way to assess the situation into that the structure was safe. isolated incident. it is an older bridge deck. this is one of our like much of our infrastructure here in the bay area. >>caltrans crews began work around 03:00pm but at the close 3 of 5 lanes the afternoon commute was at a standstill from the bay bridge exit to oakland of lanes. >>number 1, 2, 3, closed down with a hard closure which means there's a ton of cones you'll see caltrans vehicles may be some. those ellie be lights out there are signs out there. >>some might have to make a trip to the mechanic chp says about a dozen cars had its tires slashed from driving over the pothole i first i know this is a i pretty typical possible. sometimes larger potholes and that can develop its may start of the smaller one and develop into a larger possible from. >>kind of wear especially with all the larger
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truck that may be moving through the area, those folks who have their cars damaged because of this possible should know. >>they can file a claim with caltrans online we'll post a link on our website kron 4 dot com reporting in oakland, gayle, ong. >>investigators now say the shooting at san bruno stand friend mall was in fact gain related new information comes after police arrested 2 more teens earlier in the week, one of them 18 year-old dion dragana san francisco he made his first court appearance yesterday. he's charged with 2 counts of attempted murder, several counts of assault with a deadly weapon and a variety of weapons charges and gang enhancements in connection to the mall shooting. investigators say he is the one who shot and wounded a 14 year-old and a 16 year-old. >>this is about as serious as a crime can get again we have. people who are opening fire in
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a crowded mall in the middle of the day. and that's something that is very serious. >>it's still not clear whether the shooting was planned in advance prosecutors say if convicted can't could face a life. a well-known skate boarder in san francisco is fighting for her life this morning after she fell and fractured her skull tom o o q iowa, is now in critical condition at san francisco general kron four's dan thorn spoke with her sister. >>when you see videos of san francisco's dolores stneet hill bomb you quickly realize it's filled with fearless skater. many of whom are not wearing helmets as they zip down the street at blazing fast speeds. the 21 year-old tomoko a week howell was one of those skaters. but now she's fighting for her life at sf general she was going downhill. >>several times on last ride she fell and hair. and fractured the back of her
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school. >>she's you go a week fung is this picture captured by brandon davis shows tomoko just before she fell i was thinking about. >>the things we can again focus on that. >>oco known as in the skating community is the creator of a san francisco based grip tape company to mow skate co offer skaters a way to ride in style with vibrant grip tape designs like this rose or these purple are and she paints every single one of them by hand. >>so everything's made lovingly by >>currently all proceeds from the online store will help with tell most medical bills to tell most sister says she's not just well known for her skills in the skating community. is passionate about giving back. these pictures show tomo posing with kids in the philippines after giving them skate boards featuring her designs. the halfpipe they're standing on was also
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donated with help from friends and family. ca says it's that humbleness and willingness to care that she's looking forward to seeing again from tel mo he is so sweet loving hines. >>and we're just raided takers know it's going to be months from now before that happens optimistic. and thank everyone again for all the light and prayers. >>reporting in san francisco, dan thorn. kron 4 news. >>4 morning news, a plea from some bay area women to save serenity house as a beloved shelter in oakland. plus governor gavin newsom will be coming back from vacation to sign are not sign a huge stack of bills we'll talk abo in the south bay santa
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clara county sheriff's deputies found more than $5,000 worth of merchandise stolen from many stores. >>and get this this is only a half half of the total because a large amount of it was returned to the targeted stores. investigators arrested 2 women on thursday, both suspects were on probation for burglary and theft related offenses. take a look at this. that's a mountain lion folks wandering through a neighborhood in san bruno a crime for a viewer sent us this surveillance footage from bassman drive this is a reminder for everybody out there staler watchers small kids your dog dogs, especially
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when you're going through wooded areas and in this particular case in your neighborhood because mountain lions. there are coming closer and. california firefighters have a new weapon to battle wildfires c one 30 air tankers can carry thousands of gallons of fire retardant cal fire is the first agency in the entire world with its own tanker fleet. randy cummings takes a look at how this will help us in the future. >>priest our checklist. the 0, 7, indicated. >>it's going to be seen worldwide of what we're doing here will possibly be modeled throughout the world. >>it's being called ground breaking a new chapter in cal fire aviation. >>gives us another tool in the tool box to really protect lives and property is what it boils down to. >>cal fire now the only fire department aviation fleet in the world with its own fleet of large air tankers. we've got an exclusive look at
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flight working on one of them. these planes carry up to 4,000 gallons of fire retardant the older smaller ones currently in the fleet only carry up to 1200 the improvement means these wings will stop wildfires faster. >>retardant is dropped in front of the fire. the fire burns up to the retardant and it slows it down although cal fire acquired them from the federal government a year ago there are modifications to be done. >>large aircraft a lot to be done in very time consuming process. >>and that was brandi cummings reporting for us once the modifications are jen the c one 30's will be kept in heyer's all across our state ready for fire seasons. >>and showing improvement we see from mount diablo how about that getting some more blue skies and here still some fog around the immediate they temperatures in the 60's in a warming trend into next week stick around its forecast next.
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>>look at this this is the washington monuments and they are projecting apollo 11 the space flight said ice actually saturn 5 rocket. it's a life-size image of the most powerful rocket ever built to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the apollo 11 mission. >>today is the day that they landed on the moon. a 17 minute for rahm will be projected on the monument and on screens around the national
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mall, we've got much more on this historic event coming up in just a few minutes from now. >>when they do you remember you seem to know everything when they took off that day. i'm sure was a crystal clear day i actually don't know what the weather was like so i can't really comment on that go look at often look it up and first time she doesn't know something and you're like a walking google it. >>we do have a around our area we have all the way of cooler temperatures going on for today that's goodwill because you get ready by middle of next week it's going to be july has cleared its throat and saying it's summer or here's a look at the bay bridge shot we have that overcast kind of sky conditions going on, but you see some breaks happening. in the sun trying to get through some of that so we're getting some mixing process here look at the progress here mount diablo get some blue skies and you're finally so looks like the fog is starting to lift nicely temperatures. the little sluggish though we've got 60's on the board for the most part 59 to santa rosa 61
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63 san jose and 62 for san francisco lot uniformly with us temperatures though future cast for this is what happens with the fog coming back uh you can see that on the night the hours overnight does the same thing the monterey bay. and you see this spring of cloud cover into tomorrow afternoon unrelated to that fog which does mix out again tomorrow morning. so have some stray clouds in our skies a little bit unrelated to the fog in the lower level moisture there that marine layer. job. it's been nice this all this morning in we've got sunny and mild going on here those inland temperatures mid 80's. tomorrow, minor warming happening in london, whatever is really in the middle of next week, the things really get going in the ac is going to be pumping big time. we've got continued mild to warm to the bay getting hot inland by mid week and that means the mid 90's returning, replacing these middle 80's antioch today to 5 in concord meanwhile, this to middle 70's by the east bay shoreline saw some green holding on not for much longer. and up to santa
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rose about an 8180 meanwhile for san jose. so 71 will do it for oakland, san francisco checking in at 60 for coming up in a little bit will be take a look at that to giants forecast going on for you mother nature's air conditioner will be running today. well. >>and that change the course of history for after 50 years ago today, the 11 that the apollo 11 mission. successfully put the first man on the moon neil armstrong neil armstrong's historic steps official ended the space race with russia. nasa has scheduled special events all weekend. yesterday president trump on earth the astronauts with the historic mission at the white house and you can see him right there e. he was alive at the time so i'm sure he has his own personal stories about where he was and what he was doing at the time. the us postal service issue to commemorative forever stance. one is the
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iconic image of buzz all a buzz aldrin standing on the moon's surface. the photo was taken by who else neil armstrong. the other staff as a 20 ton image of the moon showing with a dot with the lunar module touched down and what's called the sea of tranquility and take a look at this google is paying tribute to the woman who created the software to put the man on the moon. the company unveiled a nearly one and a half square mile portrait of margaret hamilton in the mojave desert. the massive portrait was created by positioning more than 107,000 mirrors to reflect the light of the moon. hamilton led the team that developed the on board flight software for all all of nasa's manned apollo missions, including apollo eleven's historic moon landing. she coined the phrase software engineering which wasn't even nothing at that time yet. happening today families in the bay area can celebrate the first moon walk in alameda crawford's custard christina
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teatro joins us live from an event at the uss hornet on how we all can enjoy it. the >>yeah we are here on board the uss hornet right now this is we have a big celebration going on one of many going on throughout the day but there's a lot of historical significance of right here in alameda that actually got the executive director here with me for the museum we have got michael maker and how you doing this very well, thanks good and so can you i couldn't tell us what is the event today can hold starts at 10:00am to 05:00pm what cre you guys going to be doing great. >>have what wide variety of events going on first off we have exhibits from our partners california of sciences nasa. air space museum. the sony. we have a moon rock on display. and then we're going to have people act involved as we're covering swimmers. the helicopter pilots. the flight surgeon. so not only get to see history get to talk to people made history which is pretty incredible to have you come join me a little bit closer here go ahead and tell me what this is and kind of show our
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audience what this is going to block model capsules a it's what the apollo capsule designed a pond. >>this was done they're dynamic testing a shot of the space persons came out and they built and the building of outside the command module based on this with a lesson learned from these tests on this and this is one of the many things you're going to see here in just the second story, what are some of the other things that will significant value to apollo 11. >>while apollo 11. was the first manned mission that the ship recover the first human mission the fall of the fall of 12 right behind me on the hangar deck pain of the footprints you armstrong michael collins and buzz aldrin on their first of back on earth. we have mobile 14 facility. we have a helicopter helicopter that brought them back here. so there's a lot of history and a lot of other exams for people come see. >>and you know this obviously has a lot of significance every day not just on the 50th anniversary. but today's event specifically what are some fun thing that you guys have specifically for today's event for the general public to go ahead and enjoy sure we have a great tourist large doses.
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>>for the california homicides running a mobile planetarium never to room set up over here we can kind of feels like to be in space. a lot of information we have a special stamp in the cancellation from the us postal service. remembering today and the hornet, so there's a little of everything for everybody. >>also like to know that there are food trucks outside plan track i was not a summit my way finders want to mention that that it's definitely a good food drink area. and as i said earlier you can read about his tea can watch movies. i just put a date with the people who may be the street. >>and why should people come out, i mean obviously today and this month is a very important in regards to aerospace in its history but why should they really celebrate this. >>ration the for the for the hornets and for that in general, this was a some woman and not just us system of world history. and reaching the most of that drop about the stone age and with that before and it is the largest surviving r defect of lunar the apollo missions so in this large this impressive anywhere in the world. we have great exhibit we have great stories
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and i just think it's a great event for him come out enjoy it. >>michael thank you so much for joining us this morning really appreciate as the event today starts at 10:00am goes until 05:00pm tickets are still available online, make sure to link all of that information for you over kron 4 dot com. reporting live aboard the uss morning christina teatro kron 4 news.
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>>the giants, they're playing meaningful baseball in mid july they came into tonight's match up with the mets just 2 and a half games back of the second wild-card spot. today they look for their 7th straight win with the new york mets in town it took to dine 16 innings last night could be the next met news tonight, they their pitcher tyler beatty was locked in top of the 6th. strikes out from the home run derby winner, pete alonso if you would pitched 8 strong innings allowing just 3 hits and striking out 5 giants would head into extra scoreless. bottom of the 10th. one offered a giant pablo sandoval pops one out in the left field the left fielder coming in he drops it they're going to waive in alex dickerson he scores ash shows you why you always run out the base of the giants, they beat the mets in the 10 ending one nothing your final game 3 is tomorrow. now on today's some a super fan showed up in
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minnesota came got to love it. top of the first no score marcus semien's sends one to left field no doubt about that when the a's taken early one nothing lead simeon with 3 for 4 with that rbi bottom of the 3rd a's up one nothing but the twins get it back marwin gonzalez, the driver in the right field and just like that the twins taking 3 to 2 lead top of the 6 chris davis one into left field to let fear comes lori i know he will score a go out in front, 43 and say go on to was this one-sided 3 your final game 3 of this four-game series. it is tomorrow. it's the final major of the golf season, the british open hand and we found out on day one of royal portrush golf club shows no mercy on coffers, it's one of the toughest courses on the planet and humbles many let's go to day 2 of the action in northern ireland. rory mcilroy
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he's going to get in the car here on the 18th the worry misses the the finish is round 2, 2, over the 65 but go through would be shane lowry showing up he comes in from second place finishing 8 under shooting a 67. you know co leave with jb holmes after around 2 who had those 2 as the top 2 front runners, tiger woods on the 18th, a bad day for him, no good tiger misses the cut. he finishes 6 over shot a 70 tigers thought missing the cut after 2 lackluster out. it's just a matter of if a been consistent that that's when the hardest thing said to to accept does. >>as a as an owner. as an older athlete, there's a lot to him yes because this issue or a 23. and on that as things are different. have my hot weeks. a moment to be there in content to the chance to win and i will winter months but
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there are times when i'm just not going to be there. switching to basketball the gus's a minute. >>settled and we've had a few weeks to digest all all that went down with the golden state warriors the biggest one obviously was kevin duran moving to brooklyn katie spent 3 years here in the bay won 2 titles 2 finals mvp, yet still seem like he was never truly happy here warriors official dj dj the sharp had his own take on katie fleeing today. >>just so fortunate man that they you know. they go with the narrative that. we epstein and it would never be katie's team and that right here i feel like is what tore it apart. >>as we head to break, here's a live look outside of the golden gate bridge. my goodness that fog us star burned, but the patient is going to clear now on tap for a nice day and here's a different vantage point you
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can see the world class world famous golden gate bridge. a little bit.
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>>welcome back to kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody live shot coming in from mount diablo and old looks like the skies open up very nicely there there it is off to the distance with the blue skies and still the golden gate as well as talking about earlier routed in overcast skies. a bit but that will see this mix out too as we get into the late morning
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early afternoon lower 60's line at the east bay shoreline still a lot of green on the board here. we didn't start off and kind of a chilling all is actually pretty mild inland, however were not warming up is rapidly temperatures pretty temperate and that will be the case even inland today. we have somewhat of an on shore flow but that will be weakening high pressure is building off to our southeast and that's going provide some real warming for those in the valleys this week, nice deep blue skies check in from some cold temperatures 79 by 1 4 o'clock 82. even for alternate highs and some of the hot spots not getting too bad mid 80's, it looks like for go know though that will be changing at the giants game versus the mets one oh 5 game time temps holding lower 60's, mostly sunny cool and that wind but 10 to 15 west-southwest sometimes it's been a little higher than that we're expecting 71 1 on for open 80 san jose. we'll check and that extended which is july clearing its throat and that 4 zone forecast for you well.
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>>san francisco to oakland where a shelter could be forced to close down by the end of the day because of the rising housing costs right here in the bay area. so for 20 years serenity house has been a home for homeless wen use women homeless women as you say who have survived addiction incarceration and trauma. kron four's michelle kingston has their story. >>life out there was just. in a dark place and paula cook is just one of many women to have walked into serenity house in need of help from 2009. 2 have 10 years clean. she now volunteers her time at the organization helping to change the lives of other women, women who were living in tents, dealing with addiction in violence for 20 years now serenity house has been a staple in the west oakland community but last year their
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rent increased 75% and right now there are 4 months late on their payments they need to raise $14,000 by saturday in order to keep the house in their programs up and running. >>to help support and he'll wom in need. >>yes, the ready house was a here where would they what are they do where they go for just that hope you know the executive director wants to keep serenity house in oakland where it has been since it started. >>where she says it belongs but his serenity house is. >>taken out of this community then it becomes a problem. so we need to definitely keep serenity house in west oakland, where they are so they can. the right where it's needed it where the polls is you know the heart of the problem is right here outside our door and so i'm just acts team. >>in west oakland, michelle kingston kron 4 news. so let's stay in the east bay police have released new pictures of
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the 21 year-old man wanted for a deadly shooting police say jorge to last. >>shot and killed 15 year-old the manual moseby earlier this month near a taco bell restaurant on stan lee boulevard. moseby was a student at livermore high school police say the teen got into an argument with to laz before he was shot. in the north bay, the cleanup at the sausalito mudslide has been delayed again city leaders fanned out this week says city staffers skipped a step required by fema when putting out the project a bid that means the city has to reopen the job pushing back clean up until at least mid september. the mayor says there making sure they meet the most requirements to ensure the cities. the city gets reimbursed the millions of dollars expects for this project to cost. >>we're on the same page is our residents. it's hard for us to accept this set back. but seen the big picture and knowing what we need to protect overall both
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financially environmentally and for the good of our community. we're we're thankful that our staff has done what they've done what they've been able to catch and. >>ok so here's the rub crews will know the true extent of the damage done to the road in this storm drains and till most of that debris has been cleared away which is still months away from even starting. the mudslide on valentine's day destroyed 2 homes and actually sent a woman sliding down in a mudslide in the middle of the night. governor gavin, newsome will sign or veto, several bills once he's back in office from vacation. capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala shows us some of the legislation that still needs his signature. >>when governor newsome comes back to the office next week, several bills await his approval, one of those is s p 27 which would require presidential and gubernatorial candidates to release their tax returns in order to get their name on the california ballot. the governor suggested he may support the bill right
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before leaving for vacation. >>is >>waving his signature ab 3.92 change the language in the law requiring police to use deadly force only when necessary instead of one reasonable the governor earlier this year expressed support for the bill once civil liberties and police groups finally came to an agreement on the proposal. another less controversial measure. the governor has already signaled he'd sign is the safe and affordable drinking water fund it would put one billion toward clean drinking water projects for a million californians who don't have it so far this legislative session. the governor has passed dozens of bills in vetoed 2. in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >>in national headlines president trump has been at the center of controversy over
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series of tweets he sent out targeting 4 democratic congresswomen of color and as abby phillip reports, the president is now hearing concerns from his closest allies and aides. >>you don't think that tweet that you know what i'm and happened. >>i'm unhappy with the fact congresswoman our country just one day after distancing himself from his supporters send her back chant. president trump now refusing to take back the words, he wrote that prompted it, i'm unhappy with the fact congresswoman can say anti semitic things the president's defiance capping a week of controversy that started on sunday morning with his racist attack tele for congresswoman of color to go back to the places from whic they came. >>this is the agenda of white nationalist. >>the president was emboldened as outrage exploded on the left but republican lawmakers were slow to comment. 2 days after the tweets what out senate majority leader mitch mcconnell eventually offering
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tepid criticism. >>well i think i've just said i think everybody ought to tone down their rhetoric. >>by wednesday, trump would turn the attacks into a scripted campaign strategy, she looks down with contempt on the hard working americans saying that. >>ignorance is pervasive in many parts of this country. >>obviously and importantly. online has a history of launching this year's anti semitic. >>his supporters responding with a chant formed from his own words. that scene apparently crossing the line for republican lawmakers on capitol hill who voiced their discomfort with the chance to vice president mike. and souressay his daughter ivanka trump also expressed her concerns to the president and by thursday trump
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disavowed the chance by falsely claiming he tried to stop i did and i started speaking of a freshly when it started up rather rather fast. 24 hours later the president now attempting to move the debate to more comfortable territory that will crowd size those people in north carolina that stadium was packed was a record crowd and i could feel the 10 times as you know. those are incredible people those are incredible pictures. congresswoman omar to go back to state of minnesota. trump falsely accusing her of staging the event. >>and that was abby philips reporting for us this morning representative omar was in nnesota on thursday for a town hall meeting on universal health care. the crowd in attendance gave her a standing ovation and they even uttered. welcome back to capturing that over and over welcome home. i should say as we head to break, here's a live look outside at the san mateo bridge you can see traffic very latest this hour and it
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>>what about the kron 4 morning news, good morning, everybody and here's a live shot coming in from sfo. no delays this morning even though we saw quite a bit of fog going on all around the general bay and then inland. this is where we have some problems here in mount diablo there was he nice blue skies finally kicking in and taking over we're seeing the mixing happening inland. but in places like the golden gate, it's been a little slow. what will see developing as high
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pressure inching its way back a little bit and that's going to provide extra warmth going on by the time we get to the middle of next week. here's a look at those winds. away we go a little bit of an onshore flow that we have right now that will break up a little bit again as this high bills and we'll still see the on shore flow at the coast. but not so much happening in london where temperatures will be some decade. erso ahead of where they are right now, we're looking at highs in central valley in the mid-nineties mid 60's along the coast 64 san francisco, monterey 63, 71 for l a x and san diego at 74. the 4 zone forecast check-in like this today, 64 san francisco, 64 also daly city pacifica at 6165 half moon bay. we've got the 60's lining up to the northern end of the peninsula 72 for burlingame 74 for foster city palo alto about 80 75 for mountain view 80 coming in for san jose santa clara at 79 cupertino at 80 and 80 milpitas still the 70's lining
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up in the east bay shoreline with freeman at 76 union city 74 hayward at 73. 83 going on for walnut creek 85 for concord 74 san leandro and jumping into the north bay sonoma 80 to 77 for napa and 81 for santa rosa. these numbers are all fairly timid compared to what's happening get a load of it in the seven-day forecast up to the 90's we go even upper 90's and some of those inland valleys come wednesday and thursday. >>for your health this morning, there's a debate over whether breast cancer survivor should eat soy and how that soy is now that it's always more popular our diet knowing whether to need it or not is really important. sore health expert killing on joins me this morning to sort it all out tell us about the connection between sofyen and breast cancer survivors well wolf or soy is a very nutritious meals, food is so has its full protein fiber. >>now it's also it contains so
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those are actually an antioxidant and then they also contain fido estrogens so these final eschew tons cr are the kids so i the bad rap. well they are yes a lot many of the cancers are estrogen receptor positive net means a very sensitive to estrogen. and therefore they tend to grow cancer cells oh i see so that's why and then and then because of that relationship although the 7 people start soy it causes cancer going to stay away from the i mean yeah and in those who are just in it just kind went viral it did mushroom, you can see how that would cause and yes, yeah, but of many of the studies and there have been many studies of the study seem to get analyzed shirt and they don't find that connection all yes, okay, so there is there's no link to that has a warrant had to say the record straight definitely say yes so they did
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this study and they it was with a people from shanghai and in the us of women over 9 for 9,500 women interesting mix. yes, yes, so they studied how much soy and and their recurrence of breast cancer. so the americas with different isn't in houston just really time friends. >>women, 3.2 milligrams of isoflavones and that's like a drinking one pounds of of soy so i know you have a very little shanghai women that's about 2 servings of soy poke a huge difference huge difference what they found is the women that at 8 more soy, their risk for breast cancer recurrence, declined by 27% so that really turned that on its head. it really did you know they also found that the women that were on to mock such in that. and they which a cancer
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drug that reduces estrogen levels high they didn't see that there was any any kind of interruption of. >>in their treatment. that is fantastic news it really is and it really does turn everything around to what people thought previously right could still is a very healthy food, yeah, you know low in saturated had to have the animal fat and it's just good source of protein and now we're seeing it everywhere. >>yes, yes, yes, and that's one of the problems because they now have turned it into and have you heard of the soy protein isolate know this this is a manufactured sully. and yes so they what they do is isolate this away from the soybean and then process it so that you have this soy protein isolate. so what's a sleek consumer to do it said they put this team and supplements, yeah, you know people think oh oh it's a little is good and
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even was test a talented and of protein and then also in those meat substitutes so as you always preach you really have to check the ingredients you really don't the labels for you by because these up 20 isolate they have the the. i still flailing a little different we don't know if the body processes it differently and there's more of it in in a process and so on so not also is created equal that's right you really want to go with the natural on you know in its natural form what we have here so we have 10 pain man and tofu 3 ounces that's one survey ok and then and us a soy at the campuses serving. they at a mommy. that's ahead, half a cup of cooked to that's a serving and then soy nuts or or and that's one serving so if you have one to 2 servings
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a day and even they found if you have 3 to 4 and it's still that is not re increasing your risk cancer. ok so the take away here to take away is go natural, yeah don't go with the just go with soy in its natural form to go ahead and eat or soy, it's ok, it's ok for setting us straight. 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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disney's reboot of the lion king is off to a huge start with box office watchers saying by the end of the weekend it could be king of the jungle. >>making over million, rick damigella talked with the directors of the original lion king about their film and how it helped the new lion king. >>before it was a cgi animated film the lion king roared in traditional animated form winning 2 academy awards, including best original song for can you feel the love tonight, the directors of the 1994 movie are curious how the new movie will turn out. how will it feel different how will it. >>how would be changed how will that be the same. you know, i mean the story has. people little familiar with it. but in the end different hands of course is going to feel differently when we talk to jon favreau about it. it was interesting because he said as he was going to the
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process and trying to figure out where it could be different and where needed to be the same. he said they did a pride rock a shot of pride rock but it was facing the other direction and they put it up and he said everyone in the crew at know. and that's wrong. it's most today is the other way. it's it's a nice place we had a lot of discussion in the stuo when we made the movie which way the shot right way so clearly there is a right way to duo recall how james earl jones prepared for recording sessions funniest thing was that whatever he would get in front of a microphone he would do a warm-up exercise. >>which was kind of hilarious spectacular and kind of almost unbelievable is that he's still working 25 years later. >>doing the same role i mean that's just unbelievable. >>cheese time rises and like the sun. >>in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. >>the new chase center in san francisco is on track to be ready for its first event,
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you're looking at the progress being made on the new home of the warriors workers are adding the final touches to the inside and the outside of the arena, the first event will be a concert not a warriors game. but a concert held by metallica. the san francisco symphony so we'll see how they blend their talents together. the performance will be on september 6th and then a month later the warriors begin their season. however, the home schedule has not been released yet but you can pretty much guarantee cost. a long and tennessee is turning some heads. it features some interesting yard art. nigeria of dinosaurs the creatures are full-size and all placed all over the property the home is in the town of bellevue just outside of nashville. its own it's owned by the founder of the crocs shoe company yes for dinosaurs on display. so more he says we'll be on the way that's pretty scary about at night and the moonlight malacanang to look at.
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>>what's going have the forecasts are not the forecast what happened on that when we launch it the mayor's ago, yeah, 86 degrees 75 degree dew point ouse to key west florida. and barely any wind just a southerly wind and you see it's getting hot midweek nation at least 30 states are dealing with a heat wave in is going to be mild in our little toes here next week. >>ok that's it for the kron 4 weekend news on saturday. thank you for joining us. we have so much more going on if you want to continue watching us we will stream all the news on crime. lowe's knows to paint it "right", only the best will do. so, we carry pro trusted purdy brushes and rollers and everything else you need so you can get in, get out and get it done.
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