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>> the war against covid-19. is far from over far from won the were staying we could do right now. would be to mistake. progress for victory. >> now at 10 o'clock is a 4th wave of covid-19 on the way. the warning from experts on the concerning rise in cases both across america and right here at home. that is where we start this monday night here on kron 4 news at 10 o'clock, thanks so much for spending time with us. i'm jonathan mccall. grant to join the night off and on vicki liviakis as more people get vaccinated and travel continues to set pandemic records. authorities are warning us not to let our guard down. not yet. anyway. >> as cases are rising in some parts of the u.s. and that's tied to a spike in the uk variant also known as the b 1, 1, 7, v 7 variant now showing up in several states including michigan, florida and massachusetts. this uk variant is believed to be more contagious and commonly affects people between the ages of 3050 some experts warn
it may also be more transmissible in children as young people are driving the latest uptick in cases. >> to happen indicating cases are increasing national and we're seeing that sucker predominantly and younger many outbreaks in young people are related to youth sports and extracurricular activities. >> cases continue to rise and more variance begin to emerge. there are concerns that the trend may hit the bay area today kron four's taylor spoke with an infectious disease expert about infection rates in the trends all across our region. she joins us now live with more on this. we be concerned. >> well, you know, vicki, we are seeing an upward trend in some counties across the bay area. but it's really important to look at this data county by county because we're also seen cases drop in other areas that just disease. experts say this just reinforces the fact that we're not out of the woods quite yet.
>> yeah. as we saw in michigan, april could be a month of outbreaks or it could be or it could not be like we're much of the rest of the country. so we'll just have to see what happens. like the rest of the country. the future of covid-19 infection rates is uncertain. espite a growing number of people getting vaccinated cases are still trending upward bay area counties. overall, though ucsf infectious disease expert doctor george rutherford says bay area has a flat trend for infection rates. alameda for instance, in the last week has gone up by more than 500 cases. >> moran has gone down by 46, you know, so it's kind of a wash. so i think we need to pay attention to this. it's not we're not out of the woods yet. and there's ongoing transmission. we'll have to see easter celebrations might have brought. we broke down case rates and percentage changes in each bay area county over the last 7 days.
>> recorded by the cdc. according to their data, you'll notice cases are up in alameda, contra costa solano san mateo and napa counties. >> but down in san francisco, santa clara sonoma and marin counties. meanwhile, this is the 4th week of rising cases nationwide on monday. cdc director doctor rochelle walensky said many of the outbreaks are in young people related to youth sports and extracurricular activities. >> we know that these increases are due in part to more highly transmissible variance, which we are very closely monitoring. and as more schools are reopening it's even more important to make sure they do so safely with strict adherence to guidance and for all of us to roll up our sleeves for a vaccine as soon as we can. >> well also have to closely monitor infection rates as more schools and businesses reopen this month. doctor weatherford says that california is in a better position when it comes to the variance currently present in
our state. you know, he says that the west coast variance, which we've seen here in california seem to be more dominant in our state. and that's better because obviously as we already talked about that uk virgin uk variant rather is more transmissible for now live in san francisco. taylor sackey kron 4 news. all right, taylor, thank you for that report. >> another one of those variance mentioned by doctor rutherford has now popped up in santa clara county. we know of at least one case with origins that started in india. now a stanford lab is working to confirm another 7 suspected cases. doctors say they have a lot to learn about this latest variant. which may be to blame for recent surge of cases in india. the variant being called a double mutant because it has 2 mutations which could possibly make it that much more infections. >> so this is a variant that has mutations similar to the california variant as well as south africa and brazil variance. it looks like it may
be more transmissible and potentially. able to be neutralized by and potentially. vaccines may be less effective at preventing infection with this particular area. >> so in parts of india where the double mutant variant is prevalent new cases are up as much as 50%. >> the nation's top infectious disease expert is issuing a different warning. doctor anthony fauci says we shouldn't expect any warmer temperatures to help keep the virus from spreading. >> you might remember a year ago for all of you a little bit more than a year ago when we were looking for the summit to rescue us from surges. it was in fact the opposite. we saw some substantial surges in i don't think we should even think about relying on the weather to bail us out of anything we're in right now. >> she also says the federal government has no plans to make vaccine passports mandatory for travelers, but
he did not rule out schools or other businesses requiring them to enter certain areas and here's where we stand tonight on vaccine distribution. according to the state health department nearly 20 million doses have been administered so far and califortia is now averaging 350,000 shots a day. 22% of the population is fully vaccinated against covid-19. meanwhile, a big win today in the ongoing effort to make the covid vaccine available here in the bay area. >> today, vice president kamala harris announcing that the mass vaccination site at the oakland coliseum will indeed stay open. the side was set to close this coming sunday and it's been administering of around 5,000 shots per day. the extension should mean that the coliseum side will be available on april 15th. that's when california is set to expand its vaccine eligibility for folks over the age of 16, california senator alex padilla also paying a visit to the coliseum site today. he along with federal, state and
local leaders say they're still trying to work out the logistics on who will be responsible for that site. >> who's going lead operations ever to defects is coming from. you know, there's multiple sources of supply at 3rd, going to pay for this. this site has been valuable, but we still don't have enough. there's still been a shortage. there's still been on people who have been searching and searching for appointments. so we're really when when we just do this astronomical opening on april 15th that without a site like this, we will not be able to meet people's expectations. >> county leaders say in recent weeks they have seen less vaccine hesitancy and more folks wanting to sign up to get their vaccines by the way, this coming sunday we will have an exclusive statewide town hall with the california senator alex padilla. he'll be talking about covid relief immigration, gun control and a whole lot more. if you would like to participate now is the good time for you to submit your questions on twitter using the hashtag inside ca
politics. the town hall set for this sunday at 06:30am in the morning right here on kron 4. >> vice president harris back home in california. today. she was stumping for the president to trillion-dollar infrastructure plan. she joined governor newsome at a water treatment facility in oakland this afternoon. it was a first trip back here in the bay since taking office. they are highlighting the president's proposed 111 billion dollars for new clean water initiatives as part of the package. but the american jobs plan. >> looks at it in terms of the infrastructure pieceeand in particular, what we need to do to build back up and to build a new. what we can do to preserve. and to make sure all people have access to clean water and affordable water. >> the promotional tour comes as republicans are vowing to block the bill. the main sticking point for the gop is that biden plans to pay for the stimulus with his corporate tax hike. democrats
believe that they can sell this plan to the american public with a focus on community investment and job growth and some of the progressive wing of the party are pushing for a bill even larger than 2 trillion dollars. >> he know some members think it's to some think it's too too small. a frankly, there, then folks have come out on both sides of which we fully expected. but unfortunately it looks as though speaker pelosi and leader schumer what the administration to use the reconciliation process which means then it will just be a democrat only bill and that's unfortunate. >> under the reconciliation process which congress used to pass president biden's covid relief plan, democrats would need any republican support to pass his infrastructure package. this week. california leaders are set to announce rule changes that will make it easier for counties to move into. >> less restrictive orange and yellow tears. as of today. most of the state remains in the red tier allowing for businesses to open with
minimal capacity. the real relaxing of the rules will begin once 4 million doses of covid-19 vaccines have been distributed to the least healthy zip codes across the state after announcing that large gatherings live performances conferences and receptions will be allowed later this month. officials say they're now working on an even less restrictive green tier. >> additional guidance is coming soon. and that was quite a lot more information about when we get past the culprit altogether getting have to it will still take more time and more vaccinations continuing to monitor the infection rates in the trends, but he will provide that road map. >> state officials say that the new road map could be also coming in the next few days. turning now to the 4 zone forecast as we get a live look outside right now at this and just go market pretty chilly out there. i've definitely had my sweater justine says on the weekends to me, sometimes i should start using a cardigan. apparently those are popular
mister rogers. look, yeah. something meteorologist lawrence karnow here tonight. the look to get you ready out the door for ready for tuesday. yeah. whatever it takes, right says bundle up. i mean, as you approach the coastline. so pretty chilly temperatures highs long the we're hovering in the upper 40's and low 50's. i mean, that is chilly out toward the beaches in the 3rd sea breeze. it feels extra cold outside. now the low clouds and fog again making their way back on shore tonight beginning to fill inside the bay already and we'll see more of that. >> as we head throughout the night tonight. and again, i think some drizzle likely along the coastline in some spots out there right now overlooking san francisco. you see the clouds up above no stars to be had over sfo the same. they're all the clouds working their way through the san bruno gap. there and kind of filling in tonight. not a real strong sea breeze, but enough of a breeze really of the clouds further on shore. all right. today we saw these temperatures drop in much of the bay area. good 4 to 5 degrees compared to 24 hours ago. so these numbers coming
down member last week we're talking about all those record high temperatures 70's and 80's. they are long gone. today. well below the average 54 degrees in san francisco only 56 9 degrees below the average in oakland. some say checking in 63 degrees. 62 in little more 64 in concord and 63 degrees in santa rosa. all these numbers running well below the average. well, that kind thing right now. we've got one area of low pressure that is swirling around near salt lake city, the middle of pacific. we've got what's called a cutoff low. means kind of bouncing between pressure systems kind of swirling around here waiting to get caught up somehow by the jet to make its way toward the coastline. and in between. we've got the bay area that's we're seeing low clouds and the fog. and i think we're going to be that in between spot throughout the better part of this week. so, yeah, i think we'll see a lot of cloud cover. a low clouds and fog variety all week long and some mid to high level clouds from occasionally the spinoff from that low off the coast. so the seabreeze yes, kind of blowing out there right now in spots
to 9 miles an hour at sfo 12 in oakland 21 miles an hour. that's maybe more important in the fairfield. see see all that moisture to work its way right through the delta 48 degrees right now in half moon bay 48 also if this if it got 49 at san francisco's these temperatures really cooling down outside right now and certainly tomorrow that we're going to wake up with some low clouds and some fog probably some patchy drizzle early on and then as we head through the weekend, a cooler midweek. and i think one world nicely for the weekend looks like high pressure going to sneak in here. i think by tomorrow afternoon going to settle in just enough to maybe warm the temperatures up in the valley. still on the coastline. you're dealing with low clouds and the fog in the sea breeze to keep it cool. so right out toward the beaches going to stay fairly cool. but i think as we head toward many spots inland. you're talking about some sunshine and temperatures may be at the low 70's the warmer spots but don't get used to it. we've got more that cool summer like fog coming our way. alright lawrence, thank you. that devastating story in the north bay when it. >> suv drove through a parking lot without breaking in
plunged off this cliff in bodega bay inside that vehicle. a mother and a daughter who both work in bay area schools. elizabeth korea. she worked as a first grade teacher at an elementary school in pleasanton her friends and co-workers are remembering her as an incredible teacher. >> she choose touched the lives of thousands students and families and. it's definitely heartbreaking that we've lost such an incredible person and. educator and just someone that its dedicated their lives to. making a difference for students. >> korea's mom worked as a custodian at mount of the elementary in san ramon. in a statement released a crown for the school's principal tells us in part that mrs maria, as she was called, was, quote, a fixture in our community. she could be found on our campus every day doing whatever needed to be done to serve the community wherever there was someone who needed help mrs.
maria was there. the cause of the crash is still being investigated. san jose. police say the bicyclist is dead tonight after being hit by a car earlier today. >> the scene unfolding around 4.30 this afternoon along east broke all road near the 80 on ramp. police say the man was riding a bicycle across the road when he was hit by a car. he was taken to local hospital where he died. the driver of the vehicle is cooperating with that investigation. this is the 11th traffic death in the city of san jose. so far in 2021 oakland police investigating how a car ended up in a ravine along hagan burger road this evening. this is video of that scene from the citizen app at 75th and hagan burger road. this happened shortly after 7 o'clock tonight. so far there's no update on the condition of the driver. we are in contact with oakland police to try to get more details about how this all unfolded. outrage in the east bay tonight after 2 more horses died at the golden gate
fields in recent weeks. yeah. it's terrible that brings the total number of >> in the last year to 37 at that race track alone second monae and she joins us now live in the studio with the latest. you know, these this seems to be a recurring thing. >> and it's nothing new. so activists say that this is ongoing. it's just finally. so in the spotlight and people are starting to care. and one activists today calling this a a stain on the east bay. he claims that were coasting on the coattails of the 60's when the area was known for activism and is now instead seemingly complacent in the face of alleged ongoing animal cruelty. >> the california horse racing board reports 2 more horses have died this week at golden gate fields citing an accident on april 1st in the case of a horse named georgia and no specific cause of death on april 3rd of a horse named alyssa menting, whose breakdown was broadcast live during a stream of the race which we want to show you here. that brings the total to 9 deaths this year. and 37
since 2020 concerned community members are once again calling for the racetrack to shut down for good. samantha faye with direct action everywhere. grew up around horses and has trained some that in her words were rescued from racing. and when i found out that over half of the horses that are bred in the united states are shipped just water over the borders. >> i knew immediately that i could no longer support the sport. then i started to learn more about what the horses lives are like when they're on the track. and i started to understand why horses would come to me and they would be headshot the entire industry itself has scrapped and there's no way for it to be humane. she along with several dozen activists urge albany city council members in a meeting monday night. >> to use whatever power they have to put an end to what they say is an outdated cruel sport that leads to abuse of the horses and feeds into gambling addictions in their town council members were also asked by callers, including one of the 4 activists who recently protested in the middle of the field to
publicly speak out against the racetrack and a lawsuit launched against them. other callers said they'd like to see the waterfront site serve other needs like housing. well, some council members expressed compassion and scrutiny over the deaths. they seemingly feel their hands at the local level are tied albany city council member rochelle nice and tells kron 4 like many in our community. i view horse racing in its current form is excessively dangerous to the horses involved. she went on to say, however, i believe the california law places the responsibility for regulating this activity on the state rather than the local government and council member aaron tiedemann said i'm very saddened to hear that there have been more horse deaths at the track. i'm hopeful that we will see action from the state on golden gate fields soon. as i think our community is ready to see our shoreline used for something more constructive than horse racing representatives of golden gate fields did not get back to us. >> meantime, activists point to dog races has long being
outlawed across the country. so they're now waiting for the same to happen with horse racing johnston and vicki, they're telling council members the city of out, but he can pave the way for the rest of the state and the nation to possibly follow suit. thanks for that report. l a. >> still ahead tonight, 2 key witnesses take the stand as the second week of testimony begins in the trial of derek chauvin. hear from the doctor who tried to save george floyd's life. and we also hear from the minneapolis police chief plus in sports. if you had guns, brackets. well. long night was a long night. meantime, the stanford women bring back the celebration due to the bay area. sports director jason dumas school have all the highlights. still ahead. and an emotional prayer vigil for rapper dmx who remains on life support tonight, how fans and loved ones are showing their support for the record.
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family and a large crowd of fans gathered outside a new york hospital to pray for rapper dmx who remains on life support tonight. >> the 50 year-old has been hospitalized since friday. after suffering a massive heart attack. the crowd chanted his stage name and cross their arms in the shape of an ax to show their support. dmx made his rap debut back in 1998. he
released 7 albums in his career and has 3 grammy nominations. he's also starred in several movies. it's still not clear exactly what caused his heart attack. a big announcement in the sports world tonight. the associated press is reporting that major league baseball is expected to announce that coors field in denver. >> will host this year's midsummer classic sources have confirmed the news with our sister station in denver. you may remember just friday the league announced that it was moving the game out of atlanta over georgia's new elections law denver last hosted the game in 1998. the warriors in chase center now teaming up with clorox to keep fans safe when they return back the partnership next clorox the official product used to disinfect the arena. the war. you say that the deal will strengthen chase centers, clean initiatives program which outlines all cleaning and disinfection protocols across the arena. the arena has been closed to fans since the beginning of the covid pandemic more than a year ago.
just last week, california leaders updated the state guidelines to allow indoor live events to start on april 15th san francisco leaders have not announced when they allow fans back inside. and today the cdc updated its guidance for cleaning and disinfecting facilities and homes. the agency says that regular cleaning of surfaces with soap and detergent does work. this infection is not necessary and is only recommended for indoor settings where there has been a suspected or confirmed case of covid-19 within 24 hours exit and a bay area business owner receives a letter filled with racist comments targeting her. >> asian descent. why she tells us she's afraid to keep doors open. plus, remembering william evans, the u.s. capitol police officer killed and the line of duty last friday. what's being done to make sure that his death will not be in vain and a major copyright battle it's between 2 bay area tech giant has finally come to a close. why today's supreme court ruling in favor of google and
>> yeah. disturbing diatribe targeting this business owner in a bay area in the north bay. that woman tells us she recently received a racist hate filled letter. the anonymous message sent to the folks at the all polished nail and spa in healdsburg. >> as kron four's. dan thorn found out she's now worried about the safety of our workers along with her customers. >> what we've learned this racist letter was sent to other asian owned nail salons across the state among the hateful stereotypes and epithets within it. asian. americans are told to leave the country. and in response city leaders say there's no room for racism in healdsburg. >> a disturbing and racist letter directed at asian americans is sent to a healdsburg business. the hateful words calling them ugly smelly and disgusting have left. vicki my in disbelief it just really heartbreaking. >> it. just yeah. >> it's really the letter was
sent to my salon all polished nails and spa on march 22nd postmarked from san bernardino. it came just days after a gunman killed 8 people at spas and massage parlors in atlanta. 6 of those victims were asian women. i can't believe this. >> actually happened and hope think somehow. things getting better by is of vietnamese descent and open this business up 4 years ago. >> she says she's never felt unwelcome in healdsburg of the other offensive things written in the letter by the unknown off there. it says you don't belong here and no one wants you here on the back to your country. do it. this is my vice see jimenez in a post on facebook said there's no room for the airport and hateful language. our a p i community received healdsburg stands on its values of being a welcoming community to all the return address is fake saying only that it's from the department of health and human services. my and her staff
fave since received several other letters and notes showing their support for the business. some not even from the area to send a postcard. they send the e-mail, you know, just want let you know that. >> we'll welcome here and it makes from his re good. >> healdsburg police are investigating this letter but not as a hate crime under california law. this letter is viewed as a hate incident. but my hopes that no other hateful letters are sent to her or other businesses reporting in healdsburg dan thorn kron 4 news. >> a former san jose juvenile court counselor has now been arrested on charges that he sexually assaulted a minor under the age of 14 police say the victim came forward back in february saying that she was assaulted by 50 year 53 year-old giorgio garcia. she says that he was her counselor through the santa clara county juvenile system at the time. police say another victim later came forward during
their investigation claiming to have been assaulted by garcia back in 2000, 6 san jose. police arrested him into him a county where he now lives. he's now been brought back to santa clara county to face those charges detectives tonight believe that there could be other victims who have yet to come forward in national news tonight, a memorial is now in place outside the capitol in honor of fallen capitol police officer. >> william evans flowers adorned the fences surrounding the northern entrance to the u.s. capitol and that's where evans was killed after he was hit by a vehicle friday afternoon. evans was an 18 year veteran of the force. the suspect, 25 year-old noah green was shot and killed by police when he got out of his vehicle while holding a knife. the second police officer who was injured in the attack has since been released from the hospital in the wake of friday's deadly attacks is a growing push to improve the security measures at the capitol building. a task force is made several recommendations including more intelligence experts to assess
threats giving the capitol police chief the authority to request help without approval from an oversight board and hire hundreds of more officers. none of this can happen without the approval of congress and bay area representative john garamendi says he's on board. >> january 6. the capital became a target. and it's going to be that way for a while. this most recent so i wake up call. hey, guys, don't take a nap. we've got a problem here. not going to go away anytime soon. >> garamendi says he does not want the barbed wire security fence to return to the capitol. the task force also recommends a system of cameras sensors and alarms. keep the building secure and open. making the issue more urgent is the chairman of the capitol police union. he's warning of a possible exodus from the department right now. the department is down by more than 200 officers. it's authorized to have 2000, many
young officers have reportedly said that they're actively looking to leave and moved to other agencies. another big story we're following this monday night. the derek chauvin trial has entered its second week of testimony. >> today, we heard from the emergency room doctor who pronounced to george floyd dead after trying to resuscitate him. also today we heard from minneapolis police chief moderna or a as you today's testimony was police f training and use of force. >> where we're from. >> it's a rare move for case like this one. top brass testifying against a former officer. you have an opinion as to whether. >> the defendant violated mpd departmental policy 7 dash. my feeling to render aid to mister floyd point. agree the defendant violated. >> our policy in terms of rendering aid on day 6 of testimony in the derek chauvin trial. we're seeing a stark contrast from their emotional testimonies. we heard last
week. >> the prosecution now shifting gears to proving what happened between former officer travon and george floyd should be considered manslaughter and murder. the original reason for the call was a response counterfeit. situation at the store at the intersection of 38th and chicago. >> in terms you know, the deployment of your resources at the minneapolis police department as chief. >> how do you rate against the severe atm that offense the seriousness of that offense. >> would probably not rise to the level in particular in light last year, the level of violent crime that we've experienced in the city, but it does. we would certainly respond to it, but it would not rise to the level in terms of severity of the crime here, the chief's testimony focusing on the department's policy and training on use of force and de-escalation once there was no longer any resistance.
>> clearly when mister floyd was no longer responsive and even motionless. continue to apply. level. force. proand out. handcuffed behind their back. that that is in no way, shape or form is anything >> his by policy. it's not part of her training and it is certainly not part of our ethic, sir, about the prosecution began the day with doctor bradford llegan field on the stand. >> he's the e r doctor who tried to resuscitate point, he was in cardiac arrest. his testimony addressing a large part of the trial and a key component to other children will be convicted what killed floyd the prosecution argues he died as a direct result of kneeling on his neck. the defense says it was drugs and
other health issues was your leading theory then for the cause of mister floyd's cardiac arrest. >> that was. >> one of the more likely possibilities and felt it at the time based on the information i had. it was. more likely than the other possibilities. >> and doctors there. another name for. death by oxygen deficiency. >> let's fix here. >> to know forte reporting for us tonight. hearing the often emotional testimony during this trial can be tough and difficult for a lot of folks. we're at kron 4 one to help you out to make sure you can process and all we have some helpful resources available on our web site right now at kron 4 dot com new tonight, 10 o'clock for a 3rd hear a bill that would have banned some medically unnecessary surgeries on intersex. children has died in the california legislature. state senator scott wiener of san francisco said that proposed amendments to that bill would have defeated the purpose.
wiener wanted to bar certain types of surgeries on children born with intersex characteristics. several medical groups claim that language inside of that bill would jeopardize medical care for thousands of young patients. >> arkansas's governor has vetoed a bill that would ban gender confirming a treatments or surgery for transgender youth. the bill also would bar doctors from referring anyone seeking those treatments too provide a provider. republican governor asa hutchinson rejected that measure saying that although it was, quote, well intentioned. it would create a new standard of legislative interference. arkansas's lawmakers can still overturn hutchinson's vito with a simple majority, a move that the governor says is likely last month he signed a new law prohibiting transgender girls from competing on girls. sports teams at school. disgraced media mogul harvey weinstein now appealing his rape conviction. >> right now he's currently serving a 23 year sentence for rape and assault after being convicted last year in a court
filing his lawyers claimed that weinstein was made out to be a villain in the media and tried in a highly prejudicial atmosphere accusing the court of failing to ensure a fair trial by an impartial jury. one juror in particular was called out because she wrote a book about predatory older men on younger women. they also claim it was unfair for women other than the main accusers to have been allowed to testify in the trial. >> the supreme court has dismissed a case over former president trump's efforts to block critics from his personal twitter account, lower courts previously ruled the trump violated the first amendment whenever he blocked a critic. but today the justices wiped away that ruling saying that there's no longer a case since trump was permanently suspended from twitter and ended his presidential term in january. twitter banned him 2 days after the deadly attack on the capital on january 6th google claiming victory tonight in a decade old copyright lawsuit
against oracle. >> it is 6 to 2 decision today by the supreme court. it ruled that google did not commit copyright infringement. when use part oracle software to build the android operating system. the court says google only took what was needed to create the platfor . the decision goes on to say that enacting copyright infringement in such a case would risk armed to the public because it would make oracle a gatekeeper for that code oracle claims the practice denies developers, fair rewards for their work and could ruin the software industry. the company wanted google to pay 9 billion dollars for using that code just says not weighing in on whether application programming interfaces or a p eyes are generally copyright abul. >> right now time for 4 zone forecast as we get a live over sfo right now. kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow here tonight with a look at what's what's to come for tuesday. yeah. we're going to check way down the road here as we get. >> well in april to with your 1010, in a moment. certainly that fog out there that the
major story around the bay area's the low clouds really creeping back on shore again already tonight they'll be in place early tomorrow morning when you get up and slowly breaking up to the coastline. you know, that is at this time of year avoid that fog just slowly hanging around toward the golden gate bridge by the middle of the day and then start to clear things out as we get toward the afternoon. still, we're seeing some changes in the pacific. we've got a cutoff low spinning off the coastline. that's actually throw a few mid to high level clouds across our skies from time to time. probably tomorrow and on and off better for the next 7 days or so. but temperatures outside right now it's pretty cool. 49 degrees in san francisco. 52 in oakland. 52 in san jose 48 in livermore 52 and caulking 47 degrees in santa rosa long range forecast for the european model. and here's that cut off low spinning off the coastline. colin kind of falling between pressure systems in the jet stream. so it just kind of rolls around out here. kind of meanders in the middle of the pacific occasionally throw some clouds our way, but unfortunate bring us any rain. a couple systems
roll over the top of california and probably going to bring a few more clouds our way and then as we get in toward next week. i think late next week probably around the 17th to the 80's. but that is way on the forecast. we've got this system developing off the coastline. there's a chance as we get into that weekend. there's a possibility we could be talking about some rain, but for now we're going to keep it dry for the most part of your 1010, temperatures are going to stay down as well along the coastline, plans to 50's and 60's their next few days, though. yeah, we're going to cool you off to the middle of the week. warm back up next weekend. right now looks like we're going to stay well dry into least the middle of april here. so certainly we're getting that point the season whether or not that many chances to get rain and we'd like to get some going before it's all gone. would we ever, ok, lawrence, thanks. you know, sign that things are slowly starting to get back to normal. >> that adage grill california's oldest restaurant. it welcomed back the customers today. restaurant have been closed down since last july and the owners were afraid that, you know, they would just have to close for good. but 172
year-old is back in action. it originally opened back in 1849, believe it or not. so it's one of the places on my bucket yeah. now. yeah, it's it's worth the trip tomorrow. >> all right. still ahead tonight here on kron. 4 news at 10 o'clock blowing kisses from the grave. the deep fake technology that is letting lost loved ones show their affection. plus, in sports while the a's continue to struggle the giants. they're trying to even up their season in san diego. >> sports director jason dumas special highlights. coming up. and these coveted cars proof that you have received a covid shots. but now experts say that some people who can't get the vaccine making up their own. the warning being. issue tonight. we'll let you know about.
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>> as more folks kid vaccinated against covid-19 and more venues and events start to open back up. officials say that some people may actually be forging their vaccination. he's know that had to happen. the fbi issuing a new report about those fake vaccination cards being sold online as doug johnson reports forging those could cause some serious legal troubles for you. >> as all californians become eligible for the covid-19 vaccination on april 15th
indoor events will start to require proof of vaccination or a negative test with the rush to get the vaccine and appointments becoming more and more difficult to get some could want the benefits of having the vaccine without actually getting ready. think backs a nation cards have popped up for sale online. there's some people that just don't want to get vaccinated, but they still want to go to the baseball game. they still want to travel internationally. >> and so this might appeal to them. that's why the fbi is issuing a warning that it is even legal. the seller by fraudulent coronavirus vaccination cards. the fbi trying to preempt a problem if they can danville for is the president of digital evidence ventures and a former fbi agent himself. he says getting a fake vaccination card can land you in serious legal trouble. it's a federal crime here in the u.s. that's also fraud and you could be charged under forgery. plus, it's just a bad idea to give the information that needs to go on that card to someone who is clearly breaking the law doesn't very good sense to me.
to provide personal information may be your date of birth, your name address for the card. >> along with your credit card information to somebody, you know, to be a scammer already. who's preparing a forged document for you. and lastly, bill for says by the time a vaccination card needs to be checked for travelers events. >> that process will already likely have gone digital regulatory agencies, government agencies, tsa, for example, have access to that database and can verify your information preflight. doug johnson reporting for us tonight. the world health organization is already working with an app. it's called. >> commonpass and that allows international passengers to prove their vaccination to foreign governments, although not all the countries of, you know, agree to it yet. some are also wondering what you should do if you lose your card. the cdc recommend you contact your vaccination provider directly to access your vaccine record. and that doesn't work. you can contact the state health departments immunization information
system. and if you made every effort to receive another card. you still need a second shot. well, try talking to a vaccination provider. you know, you cdc says that you maybe should just take a picture of both sides of your vaccination card. just as a backup, not a bad idea. yeah. >> and now 4 sports brought to you by xfinity. sunday off in the early season tonight. they're back on the field. they opened up the series in san diego with the padres. petco park is one of the most beautiful parks in the majors. top of the 4th evan longoria. he's been red-hot to start this season any cap the pedal to the metal tonight that homer his 3rd of the year put san francisco up 2 to one. the fans throw it out. guess what the ball still counts tied to 2 in the 7th. and guess what, mike
yastremski in to pinch hit in. yes. goes solo home run the giants, take the lead 3 to 2 clutch blast for. yeah. as as a pinch hitter padres got a couple of runners on in the 9th. but guess hang on to win 3 to 2. there are now 2, 2, on the season, the resume, their series tomorrow. now let's go down oakland and the a's outscored. 35 tonight in their first 4 games not the momentum you want coming into the series with the world champs and it wasn't any better tonight. that's corey seager taking frankie deep off the wall. as a bases clearing triple is for on time gave up 7, 2, thirds endings 7. nothing dodgers in the 7th best act mckinstry with the chopper up the middle. eli's number 9 hitter had 3 rbi staff to come tonight. it was for bob melvin company dodgers win 10 to 3. he's only 5 right
now, not the all right. the national champs were back in town today. they were greeted by a parade and a trophy. that was a trophy. here's the goat as we call her tara vanderveer, they landed to dozens of stanford supporters. the program won his 3rd national championship yesterday when they took down arizona santa cruz native haley jones was named the most outstanding player of the final 4. all right. let's go to the men's game in indianapolis baylor the matchup. everybody expected all season and the 1st half was all baylor. check out this guy. teague. he had 14 points at the half. the bears led by as many as 19. they went up by 10 at halftime. 2nd half baylor pulls away again that adam flager. coming off 3 of those cash money, 10 3 of the game. 16 point game 4 minutes left they'll be moved by
davion mitchell baylor goes up. 19 that would really do it. they beacons ag 86 to 70 indiana is still the last undefeated team to win the nc double a tournament. that was all the way back in 1976. all right. the pro guys. now, we've talked about it at nauseum. but it still holds true. the warriors have an identity problem. it's an organization that still has championship pedigree steph curry draymond green. they don't have championship talent on the roster at the moment. i'm sure steve kerr feels the when now pressure from the fan base, but he also faces the reality of developing young players, young players like that guy james wiseman. he's the most talented of the young guys. he's had an interesting season to say the least. we heard from him this afternoon. you got evening council competitor like better marked so far. not so much standard. >> we're going to back games really like made me stronger because it. remy realize that you're going to have ups and
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can make people in pictures dance wink nod in approval blow. a kiss as you saw a little earlier and even more than that, the app went viral when it was first launched 5 weeks ago. now more than 72 million animations have been created in that time. a russian weather reporter had to learn the hard way that what every actor knows if you don't want to be upstaged. never work with babies or animals. >> it is going be. enough of that journalist. >> who is starting her report when that golden retriever martin grabbed her microphone. we thought it was a snack or somebody just took off running. that's why they call retrievers. that's don't worry, though everything turned out to be just okay when they went to the next reporter. she made friends with martin when they got back in, she got the mike back in the dog. hey. even agreed for
a little interview right pretty cool. meanwhile, big weekend for weddings over easter that because that's because saturday was a unique day of 4, 3, 2, one troubles in vegas. very busy on saturday of courting to the clark air clark county marriage bureau. they receive nearly 700 couples for marriage licenses because of that day, which is double the usual number specialty dates like those always popular. the biggest one in las vegas history in sun city. july 7th, which was 7, 7, 7, triples up. so hopefully a lot of folks lot that was being lucky speaking of numbers. a record breaking snow hit alaska over the easter weekend. the national weather service recorded a total of 14 inches of snow. >> in fairbanks is a time lapse video of all that snow falling experts are warning of record cold temperatures across the region. and boy, we sure could use some of that snow here for this for the water lawrence certainly could
like the ship that in here. but unfortunately not going to see any snow or rain. >> in the near future. maybe some drizzle for lucky tonight. that is about it. the clouds already rolling on shore. right now. we're going to see more of that as we head into early tomorrow morning. pretty thick cloud deck could begin to settle in tonight. so as that moves in, certainly going to see what locations south toward the coastline. temperature wise. it will be cooler staying cooler the coastline only in the 50's. some low 60's there. maybe some low 70's. the warmer spots well inland. so you're 10 to 00:00pm tonight looking unfortunately, very dry cooler than normal midweek, then warming up as we head to next week. >> for news at 10 it was lee type.
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