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into the start of may march and april have both been dry and may is typically when things start to get a little bit warmer in a little bit. drier yet that's not necessarily the best of news considering or lack of rainfall leading up to this point. now we have enjoyed at least some sunshiny skies lately. not so sunshine yet. at half moon bay. but hey, looks like people are enjoying it. anyways getting out there right along the coastline and are just a little bit of gray this morning skies. you can see on radar or pretty gray across a lot of the bay area. we've got partly cloudy to mostly cloudy conditions depending on where you're at bit breezy at the don't forget the jackets out there. winds do pick up further inland later on today. something to note for the rest of the weekend to it's going to be a windy one. 40's and 50's for current temps light jackets this morning. more sunshine this afternoon. reyna john, thank you for that. the roadways look great as well. we're not tracking any major hot spots at this hour heading into the city. the meteor lights are not turned on to traffic flowing. >> 40 minutes to that fremont street exit look at the san
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mateo bridge. we do have a high wind advisory in place as you're driving there, we had some early morning stall cars. so you just want to take your time as you're traveling. 13 minutes heading across towards the peninsula. the richmond sandra fell commute starting to pick up a bit. we've seen conditions throughout the week at about 40 or so. plus minutes waiting on the bridge right now. we're at 12. hopefully we can stay fairly light this morning looking at conditions along edge driving in the park. 33 minutes there to not tracking any accidents or delays. we'll have more on that up next. darya and james, back to you. thanks a lot of no one in the east bay. there was a shooting on highway 4 in pittsburgh. and police say that it was not random know, but it did. and with somebody being shot in the neck. and then that. >> domino it into a car crashing into a big break with kron 4. sarah stinson live at chp headquarters with more on what happened in some of the pictures. sarah. >> yeah, that's right. chp is investigating right now.
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they're trying to track down who the shooter is. and as you said, they do believe at this time that it is not a random shooting another victim may have been targeted. we do know the victim. a man in his 20's. he was taking to the hospital where he is recovering right now expected to survive even though he was shot in the neck. in the video you can see how this scene all looked a big rig, a car. it's all happened at 8.30 on highway 4 on the eastbound railroad avenue off-ramp when the man was shot in the neck and caused him to crash into that big rig. you can see his car all smashed up against the truck. chp says the man shot did not have information on who the shooter was or what kind of car they were driving. but chp hasn't revealed how they believe the shooting is not random. i've left a voicemail with investigators. we're just waiting for an update now because it's been several hours. we're now into the morning. want to know the latest on the investigation. so stay tuned for that. for now, reporting live at chp.
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sarah stinson kron 4 news. >> all right. thank you, sarah. >> and we have breaking news from the south bay where one man was injured that in a shooting that happened in san jose on east broke all road. this shooting happened around 11 o'clock last night. the victim has life threatening injuries and police do not have anyone in custody. >> and also breaking overnight, we've got again a san jose family jolted out of bed when a car slammed through their home and the pictures of the aftermath. pretty dramatic. >> thank god it hit the garage conference. camila barco is live in san jose with word on what happened and from the homeowners of what they say happened. good morning, camilla. >> and good morning, daryn. games and yeah, this team just says it all. there are still pieces of the car and of the home on the floor. homeowners have boarded up a portion of the house. san jose. police say a driver slammed into the
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garage door left the car on the front lawn and then walked away. now it's being investigated as a hit and run the crash happened around 1245 this morning on willow street in san jose neighbors say they heard a loud noise. they went outside and found this car in front of the line with no one inside the crash knocked the power out for at least a dozen homes in the area. the electricity looks like he has been restored. the homeowner didn't want to show her face on camera, but she tells us it was a rude awakening. >> we were sleeping and we're open about a quarter to one allowed. and it shook the whole house and. came out to be. what was happening and there's a car in our front room. >> the homeowner says it's upsetting because she has just she had just finished building and remodeling this home about a year ago and our james at this time. police say they
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have not found the driver back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. camila. >> also in san jose for the second time this month. a pedestrian was struck and killed in the same intersection on wednesday night. a woman crossing the street. she wasn't in the cross walk. she was struck and killed and just north of kirchner avenue and on april. first same intersection. another woman in a wheelchair in the crosswalk was struck and killed and both cases hit and runs. and now people are concerned for their safety. >> walk it you they are still go by and you got to for them, then, you know, safe to go by. you've got to watch for yourself. >> and here's a car from april first is that they are looking for. it's not this exact car, but it's a white mercedes benz similar to this one. happening now, police are looking for a
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shooter killed one person and injured 2 others in san francisco. the shooting happened market mason street about a block away from the westfield shopping center. and as i said, one person died, 2 others are in the hospital. we don't know their conditinns and all we know right now is police are looking for the shooter. >> in the east bay. the president of chinatown's chamber of commerce in oakland is himself. the latest victim now of an attack against the asian community. karl chan tells us that he was. right across the street actually from the chinatown yesterday when a man came up behind him, hit him in the head, sending him to the ground and then the attackers just started walking away. now, chad was able to take a picture of the attacker. and that's what led to the person's arrest. the attacker's name not released just yet, but chance. has he suffered some scrapes to his hands and knees when he fell. he's been one of the most visible and outspoken advocates for the asian american community following recent surge in attacks. and he says he was actually on his way to visit another victim when he himself was attacked.
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>> a community group in san francisco wants to install cameras in the castro to help stop crime. but the plan is getting pushback conference. taylor explains why. >> a san francisco community group hopes to use one of its largest donations to install cameras in the castro district to help prevent crime. it worst, it can get the right person. the video tells the truth. so these video, this video footage would be available. to law enforcement, whether it's a public defender way. a place whether it's the d a. 4 convicted for for documented crime when there's a police report injury ighalo is the executive director of the community benefit district. the group also responsible for bringing community patrols to this neighborhood in response to a spike in vandalism and break-ins. >> however, its latest proposal is stirring controversy as several groups in the city, raise privacy poncerns, especially when it comes to this lgbtq
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neighborhood. there's very little evidence that these cameras deter crime. >> there is ample evidence, particularly in this neighborhood to show that they are used to chill free expression to target to target hiv and aids patients who are trying access medication. that is the danger that these cameras present lee head there with the harvey milk. democratic lgbtq club worries. the camera footage could be used for the wrong reasons by police. however, the castro cbd says the cameras would strictly be used for crime investigations. only a low says the group is also considering policy guidelines that would prevent law enforcement from accessing the cameras in real time. she says the footage would be deleted after 30 days. >> and when it comes to privacy, hala points out that there's already live public cameras on castro street. in addition to hundreds of others in the area. castro street has something called the castro cam that is run through as a bay times. and that's been up. >> we really for really. and at least 5 years, the castor cam has been going in that 20%
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in streaming all over the world. live video footage the community benefit district says these cameras would be controlled by the police. but instead by the community. >> such cameras already exist in neighborhoods like the tenderloin and union square. however, those camera networks came into question last summer when they were used by police during the protests in the castro district taylor sackey kron 4 news. >> 8. '09, is the time. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news, a grass fire got a little too close for comfort for some east bay homeowners. we're going to have more on what they did to keep the flames at bay. now neighbors again are worried what's going to come this fire season. >> and james, the forty-niners think they struck gold in the number 3 pick trey lance coming up, we'll hear from him. and so much more in the morning bus and at the coast today bring the jacket with you were already breezy right along the coastline. even with clearing skies later today.
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it's going to have a cool feel in the 50's inland and even by the bay, it's going to feel a little bit more comfortable. some 70's and fairly low 80's and you got for your friday. >> i've got your forecast. >> and you may want to slow down just a bit as you're traveling across the san mateo bridge high wind advisory. they are also looking at your drive times into the city will have more on that coming up after the break.
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>> 12 right now it's the last day of april. all.
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>> those are the only by tears of the only water we got an april. yeah. no kidding. jenn everyone at once cry so we can help the state out of has made point. it's going help out you know, the rain we're getting. yeah. yeah. we had one day of it this month. guys march was also historically dries. that's to really drive months in a row. you are behind before that already >> okay. it's tough, but it's sunny. and that's not so it's gorgeous insist beautiful. yeah. in the short term. your forecast is wonderful that the long term. that's where it gets a little not so great. it's going to be another beautiful day today. we are looking at timber on right here. nice out in the distance. you can see some cloud cover right above the golden gate bridge but timber on itself is actually quite sunny, as much of a marine county partly cloudy skies across the bay area. not going to be looking at any rain from those clouds. unfortunately, high pressure is moving out of the region just enough that we are seeing a bit of a cool down this weekend that uptick in wind speeds too breezy at
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the coastline already this morning. but winds are starting to be noticeable elsewhere like right along the bay shore in the north bay to and will further pick up into the afternoon today. it's going to be a windy weekend in general with both tomorrow and sunday. also bringing a very steady breeze along with just anticipate that as you do enjoy some of the sunshine this weekend. you just want to plan on those winds at golden gate park lake merritt. other spots across the bay to 50's 60's for your highs. and san francisco up and down the coastline and right along the bayshore to 60's and 70's further south on the peninsula was saying carlos redwood city, palo alto and mountain view all actually in the 70's today, south bay daytime highs. only one 80 left. that's in morgan hill while san jose and campbell pretty close at 7879 70's 80's from hayward over to livermore doubling down to fremont. well, oakland and berkeley still in the upper 60's for your highs today. temperatures in the north bay range from the 50's and 60's at the coast to mid 80's it towards antioch
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in vacaville further inland. you get that's where those temperatures get a little bit warmer now, tomorrow's highs will be some of our coolest of the forecast before we gradually warm up into next week weekend will be breezy. so anticipate that. but sunny and dry just as we've gotten so used to reyna. don, thank you. your commute as you head into the city. we are looking great right now. >> a little under 14 minutes for you to make that track. the meteor lights have not been turned on today as you're traveling across the bay bridge. i would advisory still in place for the san mateo bridge. stick a little caution as you're driving near 13 minutes for your drive time. look at the golden gate bridge heading into the city. you can see traffic certainly moving up limit 20 minutes for you. no major delays due to any fog looking at highway 4, which has been a little slow throughout the morning. 21 minutes traveling to 42. we'll have more on that up next. but for now, back to you. >> with the 3rd pick. in the 2021 nfl draft. the san francisco forty-niners select
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trey lance. >> it is a new day for and the forty-niners. but he's not the only one. it is a new qb, then where does that leave the old one. >> still so many questions this morning. let's go to will tran for some answers. high will. >> good morning, yes, we do know that trey lance is with the niners and more than likely you will be the starter. you don't drive somebody that i and not plugged into your office. trey lance. he had a feeling that he was going to be the niners pick and coach shanahan and john lynch. they knew all along that that was their guy. let's listen in to trey lance after he went to the stage and gave that iconic hug to roger goodell after being drafted. >> there's pretty emotional for right kind of a surreal
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and obviously not knowing what the situation was going to be going into you know, you know, you never really know until you so from use emotional, i'm just super blessed of folks thankful for for everyone. so you get to this point. >> now, i can tell you that jimmy g was not traded from the forty-niners. so he's still on the roster. according to coach shanahan that he has a chance to compete for the starting job. and if he's the backup he's the most expensive backup in nfl history at 25 million dollars. i was not able to get my hands on the footage but i do know i saw what john lynch did before he drafted. trey let me play it out for you. low packers. this is john aaron rodgers. hello. that. go ahead, sir roger goodell, we're going to drop trey. let's wait so that so he actually thought it's kind of like what they called and asked for brady like yeah. ever. they asked for the patriots. >> hey, can we agree? they
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don't know. so just before they chose trail like can we have aaron, like really. call they literally call the packers up and supposedly it was like a 10 2nd call i think they probably left like, you evil >> oh very funny because the packers want to keep aaron, but erin doesn't want to keep the packers. so you know what he's going. he's got he's made it clear like, you know what, you didn't want me. you didn't respect me. i hear i saw brady do it. i'm going to do it. i think he's not there yet. >> he gave 3 teams. he gave 3 teams. the niners the readers and the broncos. yeah. actors give him up. yeah. there's no way according to sources. well, he will be going to anybody in the nfc. so the niners by default being in the nfc. we're not going to okay. i think that the raiders are real possibility for rodgers. i really do an ok. forget packers fans are freaking out just because they don't now. >> packers fans are freaking out. there's fans.
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>> it's like christmas to watch the packers fans be upset number one, right. they could be losing rogers and then to get the guy that the niners passed over. they got justin fields. >> right. they have justin fields. so and that is not good for jimmy garoppolo, by the way, because all the places that needed quarterbacks. well, they filled up their own quarterback problem. so that's why jimmy g is still on the roster for now. lots of drama going on with the niners. i mean, it's the tray area, but my goodness, they play young and the restless music for offseason. and so this season starts with that drama. as the rounds continue. >> we will cover it and we'll see what happens in round 2 in syria. >> i know it's going to happen on a falsely, ok, thanks a lot. well. i've done after the first round. but 2 players drafted in the first round or from the east bay and they've got great stories. >> usc's alijah vera-tucker. he's headed to the jets. he was born and raised in oakland and he has not forgotten how we got here.
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>> the he's now taken the family cain and it does so much for me. you know, some of taking him up a citizen. i go fast main thing. you know, someone you car. so we at that just comes down to apartments of like that. so i'm keeping it on cue i'm not i'm not the date i love that good head on his shoulders and alabama running back naji harris hasn't forgotten his people. >> here is celebrated with family and every bill after being picked by the pittsburgh steelers. and before this draft party, he threw a party for the kids to stay at the same homeless shelter in richmond where he and his parents and siblings used to live till they got back on their feet years ago. and boy did his feet carry him far not she went on to be a top recruit out of antioch high and now he leaves alabama with a college degree. 2 championships and a grateful
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attitude. >> doing makes me. makes me and my family feel a lot giving appreciation everything. is a subject, especially in the bear. shed light the more that we are together, the more everything we can. we can make everything happen, especially in the so, you know, i mean, moving up and other i'm getting no more attention you know, more cameras that that's that's the it's better. it's good. you know, shed more light on the situations. >> i can't say enough. i mean mean what he did and and and his attitude and he should have like a movie made about i would be surprised if thing if they can make a movie of love line side following one player's career. this is like writing itself. i love how on draft day when all the attention should be on him and celebrating all the hard work it took to get to this point. yeah. he wanted to throw the spotlight on to something else. yeah. and other people and charity and you know, a place that was there for him when he was at
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his lowest. so the nfl is changing his life shelter changed his life and it all comes back to the bay, which is nice. that's the by. 24 is
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the time in the east bay, a fast-moving brush fire burned too close for comfort for these east bay homes. >> crews finally did get it under control. but look, you can see some of the neighbors there from doorbell camera video at a pittsburgh using their own garden. hoses to try and keep their houses from catching fire. this was a long pass road right northville. and that's the situation and the fire. thankfully was stopped contained to just about 5 acres. but neighbors say that they were obviously stunned to see it get that close and it makes them worried about what's to come this summer. i can't explain. it was just. >> the wind up the hill, the huge flames. it was just terrifying. you know, because you you fear it's going to come start flying toward your home. i was just scared that one day this would happen here we are. that we've had to have these fires. >> so it's a little unsettling is scary. i was just worried about my daughter in my animals and that getting everybody to safety. >> you know, fire is a sign of an early start to fire season.
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unfortunately. so that's kind of where we are right now. contra costa fire fighters have been responding to brush fire since march and again, we're not even into the depths of summer yet. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news from specialized firearms to battering rams. the berkeley police department. now, the first in the nation to regulate the use of the sort of militarized equipment among its force.
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>> 20 right now. and we're looking at the weather and it looks a pretty nice out there and a bag clouds a little bit, but plenty of sunshine. like we're off to a nice friday, john. yeah, pretty nice way to start the morning. a little bit of cloud cover, but a lot of us are tapping into that sunshine already between those clouds at least you're getting some brightness shining through. now. today is going to be another nice and mild day in the short term. we love those clear and sunny skies the long term. of course we need the rain. we're not going to be tapping into it this weekend. you look outside from suture tower, kind of feels like a nice little heavenly view right here. right above the clouds. you can see the white puffy clouds below that are hovering right over san francisco and then the blue skies that once those low clouds to part will be what we see for the rest of the day.
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you can see those low clouds actually in radar right here that fates gray that you're making out especially closer to the coast futurecast wind gust shows some breezy conditions already along the coastline. winds are only going to pick up later today and it's going to be a breezy rest of the weekend after that too. most of our temperatures are in the 50's currently san mateo and oakland right at 54 pittsburgh. the warm spot currently at 58 degrees. reyna tom, thank you so for the most part, traffic has been up to limit all throughout the morning. >> like for you. if you're heading into the city right now to that fremont street exit a little under 30 minutes. they still have not heard those metering lights on at the toll plaza that also get a look at the san mateo bridge. we have a high wind advisory in place. so little gusty out there this morning for travelers. there also can look at highway 24 as you're heading towards the 5 8980 interchange there. 12 minutes for your drive time. i'm not seeing any major hot spots or accidents here as you're traveling in the park one. oh, one or maybe 2.80, all in the
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clear 31 minutes. we'll have more on that up next. for now, darya and james, back to you. >> thanks a lot. of hate 30 and the east bay city leaders in berkeley say they are now. so the first city in the nation. now to require their police to track the use of militarized forces. mckeown has more on the groundbreaking legislation. >> you're looking at examples of controlled equipment including specialized fire project down launchers that times 30 inches or longer breaching apparatus or battering rams and long-range acoustic devices. the acquisition and use of these items are now regulated by a new police equipment and community safety ordinance approved by the berkeley city council in the ordinance is transparency for the public to understand what equipment the department has. >> and how they're using it. >> the principal author of the new legislation berkeley city council member kate harrison says the ordinance is primarily an annual report that will include an inventory
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of current police equipment. the official policy for its use and the circumstances. >> frankly, a lot of this grows out of concerns for black lives matter. and this sense that sometimes weaponry is appears more in lower income african-american neighborhoods. it does in my neighborhood. and so we want to know where it was or was it a lot of crowd control. do we have a lot of demonstrations where it was used. so that kind of information we're looking for right now. we don't know how often it's used or where because there is no reporting on it. this type of equipment is typically used by the u.s. military and is now commonly acquired and used on america's streets by local police departments. what is now standard the place is not standard to the public. these things really look. >> frightening. but you when there's a large group of officers like in the crowd control situations. this list. partly came out former president obama's list of equipment that was being acquired by departments from the military. it's been heavily vetted byoliced. nemission. the police equipment and community safety
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ordinance is the final piece of last summer. a sweeping he berkeley city council. the public has a right to know when and where i asked officials at the berkeley police department. if they are in favor of the new ordinance. they said they short statement that reads, quote, berkeley police department has a long history of listening to our community and we intend to continue that tradition with the council's recent legislation, unquote. >> has it made you kron. 4 news. >> 8.33 a developing story. we're now hearing the 911. calls that concerned neighbors made alameda when they saw. >> and not making sense eating in the meeting. some help. his name was mario lopez. it turns out gonzalez. yeah. in this recording, you're going to hear 2 different calls from 2 and reporting that gonzales, as daryn mentioned, was incoherent basically just in need of help. and this was all prior to police arriving. >> my front yard talking to himself. no mask. and i went
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out there and the dog to bark at them and in the and short not making any he do anything wrong. scared my any weapons on him. now he has become a local you've been pushing into air. the mom it does appear to be an effort count. might be the kind of has been more kind of loitering around there for probably half an hour down. >> and then when the police got there, they ended up detaining him. and that's what gonzales is. family says they should not have done. they say they did not have a reason. >> to detain him. in fact, they say the officers should be prosecuted at this point. at least that's their statement through their attorney that the officer should face criminal charges. >> whether voluntary manslaughter involuntary manslaughter. something higher. i it's not really for me to say. but i do think there should be some criminal
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consequences. in addition to the civil consequences. >> the officers are still on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation into martin's death. his family is preparing his funeral. >> 8.34. and we all know that homelessness is a problem and growing in california. several mayors are now getting together, asking the governor to step and by passing a plan that would set aside 20 billion dollars over 5 years to prevent homelessness. >> the reality is that not one city can do this along. not one city can fully address this problem because it's clearly a state wide crisis. we all need more resources to truly faces challenge that we all know what the proven strategies are. our issue is scaling that. and so this is not a new state program. it is investing in evidence-based strategies to prevent. >> and end homelessness.
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>> this money would be paid out over 5 years and the largest allocation of funds. it would be a dedicated to fighting homes in the country. if this happens, the governor, though, is in the process of still reviewing many proposals on homelessness. >> meanwhile, in santa clara county officials are moving forward with a new temporary shelter for people experiencing homelessness. it will be located in the willow glen neighborhood in san jose. there will be counselors and case managers on site. city leaders say they're happy with the development so far and that they're trying to set people up for success. >> counties and its partners have very aggressive on developing supportive housing new apartments for people who are homeless and complement of property management staff. it's going to be staffed. 24 hours a day and we're going to have a pretty bus complement support services. >> county leaders have a 20
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year lease on the building with an option to renew. so they say they have a long-term plan now to use this property as a temporary shelter. now to a story new for you this morning. the novato unified school district is considering closing one of its elementary schools to save on operational costs on wednesday, the committee recommended closing lucid, an elementary school. their decision was based on a number of factors like the schools cost its capacity. what special programs it offers and the neighborhoods it serves no official decision has been made yet to even close a school. but we know the board of trustees will make that final decision at some point here in the near future. >> 37. and still ahead, why some disneyland fans woke up. it 2 or 3 o'clock in the morning to be there at 04:00am when the gates opened and then wait, they're just in the park right now. we'll see how it's going. and some are around the corner may is tomorrow. are you planning to travel with the family. and is it okay if your kids haven't been
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vaccinated to be an airplane. we talk to a doctor and outside this morning. there's been a little bit of cloud cover, but we'll see less and less of that through the day today. >> daytime highs eventually rise back into the 70's for most of the bay. a few 80's out there still got your forecast. gusty across the san mateo bridge is a high wind advisory is still in place. we're looking at your drive times across the bay area. we'll have more on that coming up. >> after the break.
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>> i help you. >> train line starts. this will goes and they were. that was at 4 o'clock this morning. finally now these people who waited all morning long to get into disneyland. it's open. the park is open. 35 for consent capacity for the first time in more than a year and they all scattered to get to their favorite rides and didn't have to elbow people or stand impact on us to do it because yeah. reduced capacity, everything else. >> everybody had to have a reservation. of course. and you're seeing some of these aerial shots of all the rights of people been missing over the last year because nobody could go nc. they're eager. this is a tall order, though. i mean, wake up at 4. oh, you're get there for just to line up. i'd still do it. i'd never such cardboard disneyland fans that couldn't do it last year. just waiting, just waiting. and unless you have to be a california resident right now to go open in california and
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>> we'll take a quick break. it 41 we will be right back.
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the entire state of california is seeing some form of drought. so 10% cut in places like the north bay east bay, san francisco speaking of the north bay. this is quadcopter 4 video up from lake phoenix in marin county where as you can see, water levels are depressingly low. this reservoir is one of 7 in marine county that provide drinking water and for the first time in 50 years. the marin municipal water district is siphoning water from the reservoir to shore up other shrinking supplies. the water levels forcing the water district to put in immediate water conservation orders in place. stricter measures could be coming next week. we'll have to wait and see. but again, this all over. the bay area are being asked to cut back. east bay asking people to cut back to let's hear from their spokesperson about how you can save water. >> this could be one year of one year drought. it could be one year of a five-year drought. whatever the case is, we're doing the appropriate thing now and our customers
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are taking and will take. we hope the appropriate steps. >> one thing that they're doing differently. this year. they're buying extra water now rather than waiting to try to keep their costs down. and it's the same story in san francisco. they are asking people for irrigation customers and the city departments to conserve water voluntarily at first by 10% because the reservoirs are at 76% and that's lower than the normal 81% average this time of year and the commission is offering free on site irrigation checkups and landscape evaluations. they also have a program that notifies customers, a potential plumbing leaks because you could be losing water. they're not even know it and not even know it. and it looks like. >> with april now behind us on this final day of april. our chances of getting any more rain storms that could help out. just about down slimane kind like the water whole variety as we round out april having been so dry during what should have been. >> one of our wettest month, same for march. in fact, now
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we're looking at a really dire situation moving into the summer or state ross reservoir levels are around half of capacity currently just to put that in perspective when they should be the closest to up to capacity after the spring season. you look outside right now at least it's nice. we are looking at sunshine which in the short term. sure does make for a nice day in the long term all these sunny days eventually add up to a drought that we're back in now. you can see outside here at berkeley skies looking pretty bright. there's some cloud cover still remaining in the distance. partly cloudy skies will give way to a mostly sunny afternoon in short work here. high pressure is starting to work its way out of the region. and that is going to make for some changes this weekend. not as warm of a weekend. a few more clouds have already noticed some of those this morning. and then of course a steady breeze. as you can see on the map already here. we've been looking at windy conditions at the coast already this morning, winds will increase further inland well into the afternoon and we're going to actually be seeing increasingly windy
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conditions come tomorrow, saturday and sunday, both. we'll be bringing some breezy conditions to both the coast and our inland areas. so as you make your weekend plans to enjoy some of the sunshine and dry weather just account for the steady winds as for temperatures today, it's 50's and 60's in the peninsula that includes san francisco down through half moon bay burlingame on up through brisbane further south on the peninsula starting in san mateo and down through mountain view will be holding on to the 70's. same for much of the south bay after yesterday's low 80's today is just a touch cooler. not much of a difference, though. still going to feel warm pleasanton dublin at 7876 livermore as well as conquered. you're still in the low 80's. well, oakland and berkeley in the upper 60's toledo. a perfect 75 while fairfield 82 antioch in vacaville or 2 warmer spots today. 85 degrees tomorrow's temperatures will be a little bit cooler inland. we've got that windy weather that really kicks up this afternoon stays with us through the weekend and then next week we are
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starting your first week of may with some temperatures that will be feeling like summer highs near 90 degrees inland by wednesday reyna john thing that we have some slower spots on scene out there like this traffic collision. >> out in burlingame. one. oh, one northbound at broadway. we have another one. now here, 80 westbound at cleveland avenue. in albany. a good alternate to get around this would be san pablo avenue also headed into the city. no major delays for you. you can do that in under 13 minutes. as soon as you hit the may's to that fremont street exit the richmond sandra fell bridge are starting to see a little improvement back down to 7 minutes. we're starting to go up there just a bit about an hour or so ago can look at the san mateo bridge where there is a high wind advisory that's currently in place a little under 14 minutes for you to make that drive and looking at the golden gate bridge will leave you with this 21 minutes as you head into the city will have more on that coming up next. for now. daryn, back to you. >> 8.49 right now and it only took a few minutes for single-day passes for outside lands to sell out. organizers
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are working on safety guidelines right now. kurtz is unclear whether they're going to have people show proof of vaccination to get in a local infectious disease expert says that events with big crowds still require a lot of precautions. >> areas very but of course, smith, you know, events like outside lines without an additional layer of, you safety. you worried about a lot of visitors bringing risk from other areas. if things move along the way. they have been moving by that what many people hopefully would have been vaccinated. >> the outside lands website points out anybody who attends assumes the risk of possible exposure to covid. >> imagine waiting 3 weeks to get your second vaccine dose only to find out that you've been given. >> the wrong one was different than the first. that's what happened. one sacramento woman. her first dose was the pfizer vaccine. the second dose come to find out said
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moderna. we've got melanie townsend with the story. >> rose gold and birds first round of getting the covid-19 pfizer vaccine went off without a hitch at the wheel space health clinic in oak park on april 9th. >> give me the information about the vaccine sell. but think experience, really bad ones to go to the e r. >> aside from a sore arm and fatigue goldenberg felt ready to get her second and final pfizer shot on monday. only this time the process took in unexpected turn, i guess all they had. >> ready at that point when moderna. and that's what getting. and i didn't find out about after he ready administer the shot and the 15 period. >> she says they also wrote it on her vaccine card which shows pfizer and moderna given 3 weeks apart when it comes to covid-19 vaccine mixing. the cdc says pfizer and moderna are both similar in that they are and are vaccines. however,
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they and other covid vaccines should not be interchangeable unless there's an exceptional need to do so in according to a statement from well space health chief information officer if 2 doses of are in a covid-19 vaccine products are administered. the cdc states that no additional doses of either product or recommended at this time. if this situation were to occur, the person is considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after receipt of their second dose of an end or in a vaccine. there's no harm to the patient and no further action is required. however, goldenberg says she was told something completely different after getting the wrong dose. >> they told will call off. we need to get you in for another dose later, one or the other. >> thankfully goldenberg had only mild side effects from the moderna vaccine. but is that with many questions and concerns for others who may have also gone the wrong vaccine that day. make sure you get second.
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>> shot. neighbors opposed to get not get them mixed because you never know someone else could react differently than i did. melanie townsend, fox 40 news. >> time now has a 52. we'll be right back.
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