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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow. it is sunday. july 11th got a lot to get to this morning. some fires in the east bay, actually. but before we get to that, we want to give you a quick check of your weather forecast is going to be another scorcher many parts of the bay area. dave spahr has got all the details for you. hey, day. >> and good morning welcome morning, everybody. got that to fog. that's already settled back kind of the business as usual. there. we're still cool around the bay, but it's really inland. we're going to see those temperatures starting to pop because really
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around the immediate. they were going to see a little improvement for today. here's the shot from u c berkeley. we really can't make out the east bay along the east bay shoreline that will happen later this morning. golden gate bridge is also socked by the fog for right now a look at what the map looks like still keeping everything in place until 00:00pm tonight with that excessive heat warning for the red and the oranges indicate an advisory. but there is an improvement we see down in the south a little bit on the north bay to with numbers not quite as severe. some data drops here. but you get the idea lot of 50's around the perimeter of the bay and inland temperatures start to climb a bit. meanwhile, the comparison from yesterday. well, it's a little cooler along the peninsula and up in the north bay. but in the east bay, it's actually warmer than this time from yesterday. 86. it looks like by 11 o'clock, by 2. we're talking 94 a closer look at your forecast coming up in a bit. no. >> thanks, dave. our top story this morning. firefighters were busy in the east bay overnight after 2 homes went up in flames. firefighters say
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it's a good likelihood. at least one of those house fires was started by fireworks. kron four's camila barco is live at the contra costa fire protection district. >> with more details. camila. yes, i know i'm currently a contra costa county fire protection headquarters and may had a busy night as they battled 2 fires in just a matter of hours. it all started around 08:00pm. take a look at this video. crews were called to a neighborhood near the unified antioch. you. we have a unified unified school district when they responded to their first call. one home was in flames. the fire destroyed a fence trees a car and a power boat. now the hot embers blew across the street and started to more small fires first responders were able to put them out. but they were called back to the same neighborhood where another home caught on fire. the house was 50 yards away from the first home. and as noel said, firefighters believe fireworks
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are the reason both homes were engulfed. >> and going off all night around here. a couple hours ago we responded to a fire. and pittsburgh and recently were just one street over for fireworks. but on some grasses vehicles on fire. this is a good likelihood that this from the same glass. >> now it's unclear who is responsible for setting off these fireworks. but coming up in the next hour, we're hearing from one homeowner who tells us that she has lost everything because of someone else's actions for now, for now, no. all back to you. alright camila, thank you for that live report. we'll check in with you. >> in the next hour. we have some breaking news from overnight in oakland. a man was killed. and what is now the city's 72nd homicide of 2021 that number now on pace to nearly double by the end of the year. last night's deadly
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shooting happened at 51st avenue and east 12th street. the victim was killed just hours after oakland's police chief issued a plea to the community for help in ending violence in the city. kron forcefully. jamal has more from an oakland anti violence march that took place earlier in the day. >> you police chief armstrong. he says the escalation of deadly violence in his city is spinning out of control and that it will take a collective effort to bring an end to the troubling trend. oakland is asked to be a safe city no matter where >> a really good. people. it totally limit doesn't mind. at a stand up for a clinton rally long addressed the marched times of the chief and of the were in past incidents police brutality. but the event continued.
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>> the city's chief of the department of violence prevention given most us. but it says despite using different methods. he says he works in partnership with we need to get to them before they start committing crime. one suit. get to address the part already committing a crime that we would need to do chief armstrong says the city has suffered an acceptable losses. john. i'm of this year's victims of deadly violence were read out rally if the homicide continues on current pace. 135 killings are projected by the end of the year. there were 85 homicides last year. we don't know how many guns us trees. but there are so many that every day or officers are recovering 2 to 3 a day at the end of the march, a prayer was shared where 8 people were shot and 2 killed on juneteenth in oakland, phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> up in the north bay. the driver of a stolen u haul van is under arrest after leading police on a chase through
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vacaville. here's some video from a chp helicopter tracking of the stolen van through a neighborhood. police on scene. we're able to stop the van using spike strips. the driver surrendered and was taken into custody. the name of that person has not yet been released. on the peninsula. a 62 year-old woman is accused of attempted murder following a 28 hour standoff in pacifica detectives say it started friday morning as a fight between 2 roommates on monterey road. when officers got to the scene, they found a woman had been stabbed 3 times in the chest. the other woman, ellen can admire ran to the back of the home which triggered that standoff. ken turned herself in to police yesterday morning. she's now being held for attempted murder. false imprisonment and violent elder abuse. the victim is being treated for her injuries and is expected to survive. happening right now. billionaire richard branson is moments away from
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launching into spaces are some live pictures from spaceport america in new mexico. >> at 7.30 this morning. branson is expected to join 5 other crew members aboard his own virgin galactic rocket as they blast off into space together. it is virgin galactic's. first fully crewed flight into space. the craft is called the v s s unity and it will reach altitudes of a little over 50 miles above earth. it's an hour long flight passengers are going to be enjoying a short period of weightlessness during the flight and they're expected to see some stunning views of course we're going to bring the launch to you live when it begins. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news a brazen burglary at a south bay jewelry store all caught on camera. we're going to be hearing from the frustrated store owner. plus video shows a man attacked inside an east bay gas station. police are now asking the victim to come forward as they search for who did it.
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>> and after the break, saving the lives of first responders. the effort in the bay area. to help firefighters suffering from ptsd and depression. stick with us. welcome back.
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7.10 on this sunday morning. and happening today, an effort to help save the lives of firefighters. according to the
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group red help. >> more american firefighters are committing suicide than those killed in the line of duty. the group helps unite family and friends of firefighters suffering from ptsd and those who lost their lives due to mental illness today. an event will be held to remember alameda county firefighter eric michel who took his own life. john preston who lost his older brother back in 2016 is leading a hike through castro valley. >> in doing so kind of 7 what can i do to help out an eye. keep this from happening again. so i went on to high 630 miles and 28 days. can follow up in the san diego. so kind be my intention was to show the world how much going to because that's not even near the painted. it feels to lose a sibling or a loved one to suicide. we want to go out. we're we're hiking with the members of alameda and oakland
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which crawl the same local local and we're going out in, you know, showing their brothers and sisters that the fire departments and the family that is actually going to be out there with us as well. that. where we're still here to honor. erica eric was a husband. he was a father. he wants the u.s. and he what this firefighter that how the struggle of plus my stepson is gone now. yeah, it's 7. h% year-old life. and and we just want to honor who he was and doing so with this high. >> the event starts at 8 o'clock this morning at the castro valley fire station. 25 it's going to end at emeryville fire station. 24 everyone is welcome to show up and show their support. we'll be right back. well, take a
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look at this. a chp helicopter made 2 rescues yesterday along the blue ridge trail near lake berryessa. the first in the morning when a hiker suffered a medical emergency and needed to be airlifted to a hospital. no word on that medical issue was that they were suffering from the second rescue happened later in the afternoon when temperatures were much higher. chp got a call of 2 hikers in distress on the trail. they were taken
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to a local rest ar a where they were evaluated and given some water officials are reminding everyone with these increased temperatures. you should not be out hiking if you're not experienced and especially if you don't have enough water with you. the extreme heat is driving people to bay area beaches instead and local rivers to try and cool off. but there are some other safety reminders people need to be aware of or we mis shot ix has more from the sacramento river. >> we're going to go to being first this family came from the delay of the nation area to bring the hot temps and enjoy a day on the river tell you as they say whether they're in the bay area for here in sacramento. the safety precautions on the same by jack. it's designated of water and sunscreen we had planned this couple weekends out. we did not realize it was going to be 108 today. yeah, that
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was not part of it be even nicer because the rivers pretty cold. so it makes you want to jump in and actually enjoy the water instead of looking there name virginia be dying because of the your hair be all over i do not want to be here anymore getting >> this sacramento couple of 41 years say they have the best seat in the house, in the shade and next to the boat launch watching from the estate with a to over it to score any of they with graeme they for read a bible of the bush. and then they come to that. we were >> he knew he could living got. and then you say >> the parsons family of citrus heights found a cool respite in the midst of the
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beach long as it's safe and they've got their life jackets on and everybody's protect is safe. it's all good. that's the difference between life and death. often is wearing the appropriately sized life jacket. in sacramento. rowena shaddox fox 40 news. >> yeah. those temperatures are nothing to mess with. it's time for another check of our weather forecast with a chronic meteorologist dave spahr. dave in the east bay yesterday. i was just waiting and praying for those random bursts of wind. i'm hoping that people get a little bit of those conditions at some point today. well, we are getting substantial happen around the immediate bay. but those folks weren't into the advisory zone at any rate. but we are seeing numbers. even the santa clara valley. they will fall a little bit from yesterday, but east. >> they and those inland yes, it will be lower, but it's still going to be pretty lofty going on for today. we have our traditional fog joining us this morning, as was the case
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from yesterday. so right above us. the temperatures are 80 something degrees. when you get up there about a 1000 feet or so. it's 80 something degrees. all there all night. it didn't really change. but this marine layer because it's cold air dense came right across the bay. typical fashion. we tend get a lot of times in the summer and it's still hanging out here clouding up as you will notice the golden gate bridge as well. now the temperatures again, we're missing some data, but you get an idea here. a lot of 50's around the perimeter of the bay inland. antioch still holding on to 73 and once the sun now has joined us. of course these numbers are going to start moving a lot more quickly, although around the bay they'll be a little sluggish because of this fog. so mix that fog out later on today. yesterday thunder showers going on this sierra bit. and then for tomorrow morning we'll do the fog and drizzle again. this time a little bit more aggressive than today. even and then those afternoon thunder showers. a possibility going on into monday afternoon. now those longer range forecast models by the way, are improvements. so this
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is the last hot day improvement as we go forward. now, here's another thing helping out no, i was talking about those little wind gusts of wind. every so often we'll see more of them in the east tomorrow or sunday rather than we saw from yesterday looks like those winds will be into the teens will start a little sooner. they'll be a little stronger and we'll take us in the evening hours. still over the east bay hills going to be plenty hot. what triple digits still to be had. but along the coast, it will be nice and even chilly in spots. we repeat this performance tomorrow with the again, better coverage little stronger as well because now we're really changing the synoptic guard. that's right. the big high pressure system. it is weakening as we get into next week and you will feel the difference. so putting it all together, keeping everything in place even though this is an improvement from yesterday national weather service usually has a process by the awareness is out there. let's not take around a bit. let's just keep it in place heat advisory warning. you see the map except for the the east bay shoreline in san francisco which were never in it and certainly coast worries than
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tomorrow. it's kind of still hot inland. but since still some 100 plus is are possible but warm elsewhere with 80's and 90's cook. and so basically the heat wave back has been broken at that point. and then for this week cooler, they temps in the 70's 80's happening in land when we talk like wednesday, thursday and into friday, high temperatures today was to 66 san francisco not too bad. 73 open 84 for san jose. again. it's when you get inland, these numbers start popping like that. there you the upper 90's livermore concord one. '03, 4 antioch 86 for napa. 92 santa rosa improvement. also appear in the north bay too, for today. well, bill, closer inspection of that in the 4 zone forecast a bit. noel, thanks, dave. starting tomorrow. the famed bixby bridge along highway one in big sur will be closed for maintenance during the overnight hours. those closures will take place from 10:00pm until 06:30am over the course of the next 3 weeks. >> closures will happen monday
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through thursday nights and the bridge in the road will then the open on weekends to accommodate anticipated increase travel. there is no detour for this closure traffic control will be pirecting drivers to turn around during this closure time. so if you're trying to head that way. definitely do it before that >> i'm not. >> for oakland. firefighters are now in oregon to help put out the boot lake fire. that fire was sparked by lightning and has already scorched more than 38,000 acres evacuations are underway. the fire is only oakland fire crew is helping on the front lines in klamath county, other fire crews from across the bay area are also in oregon as part of a 2 strike team sent to help battle this place. >> still ahead, marvel is back on the big screen with the release of black widow. we have a preview of that and other movies straight ahead.
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widow. >> when scarlet johansen brought her to life in 2000 ten's iron man, 2, she's since been done. 7 marvel extravaganzas and now continues the quality and excitement that we've come to expect in her own movie. black widow. it all follows the events of captain america civil war. so it'll help but is not as central to have some mcu knowledge going into the movie. she's alone and on the run both from the notoriety of becoming an avenger, eut also from her own past the young girl being raised by an army of female super assassins run by a powerful. so be a bad guy. there's plenty of back story. that's explaining of though. it's not quite a prequel as well as incredible nonstop globe. trotting action and adventure. that's completely exciting and setting up obvious future installments. and as is the marvel tradition along with a solid story. there's plenty of smart humor to go with the action as always, great. moral to take home this one about the importance of family.
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chump change. i would thanks for joining us here on the kron 00:00am morning news we want to get you started off what our temperatures are looking like a good amount of fog this morning. dave. keeping us a little bit cooler than yesterday. >> yeah. and down there in death valley getting halfway to the boiling point of water just something to consider a little we'll be seeing those temperatures pop again. well, inland predicting some elevated areas to which you get kind of a thermal gradient temperatures. sometimes are supported very nice when you get just above that level because we get cool by the fog in the morning hours. here's what it looks like a by the way, covering up a lot of the east bay shoreline for right now. there's a shot from downtown. also there you get the idea is still dealing with the fog this morning and temperatures in san francisco, much colder today. then from yesterday there's the map to give you an idea of the geography being covered and also that heat advisory is in place for the santa clara valley and up to the north bay as well. so a quick check of those winds. we have the winds kind of barreling in through
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the the delta just a touch sending some of that marine layer moisture out that way to to kind of help things out for the morning hours. still a lot of 50's and 60's around the perimeter of the base 73 going on for antioch and 57 for fremont in palo alto. we'll do 85 at 11 by to 94 again. it will be hot today just like yesterday. but in all places temperatures will be slightly reduced. we'll take a look at that in the 4 zone forecast coming up in a bit. >> they're not come in here. they know they have good enough time. the get your money into a lake. >> a bold smash and grab robbery in the south bay hundreds of thousands of dollars in jewelry stolen. and it's not the first time the store has been targeted. the brazen break-in happened at the jefferies diamonds and goldsmiths located in campbell kron four's amanda hari talked with the owner of the store and has a look at the damage left behind. >> the owner is very frustrated. he says staff here spent about a day just trying
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to clean up all of the glass from this break in. and you can see right here just how much damage was done with all of this cracking here. this is the window they actually managed to get through. but this one shows you just how much force was required to do that. it's we've been through this before and i this is the 4th time we've been robbed the last 5 years and geoffrey's diamonds owner aaron poliec says the burglars are getting more bowl last time they were here for 2 minutes. second none. >> the police was here right after that. and this time it's 5 minutes and. within 30. think about security camera video shows the moment the suspects busted through the window. >> you can see it in the corner of your screen. 3 people then russian side to use a hammer to start breaking the display cases and taking everything inside. they're not afraid anymore. they just basically coming here. they know they have. >> good enough time. >> the get your money into late colleague estimates. they stole about $250,000 worth of
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jewelry. the store already has double lemonade windows and a high frequency alarm. they're now moving the jewelry to safes overnight. but he says he wishes the police would do more think. i think we should have a little more police presence on down in downtown, especially between the hours of 02:00am and 05:00am because every single artery that we've had happened at the same time. 03:00am the owner tells me he doesn't believe there's any chance that police will manage to recover all of the jewelry. >> in campbell amanda hari kron 4 news. >> over in the east bay hayward police need help finding an older asian man who was attacked at a gas station. it happened on july 5th then this is video from that chevron witnesses told detectives the attacker asked the man if he was asian several times before slapping him across the face. both the victim and the attacker left before police could get there. one of those witnesses was able to get the license plate
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of the attacker. detective say they now know who he is. but the can't move forward without the victim anyone with information on the incident is urged to contact hayward police. we're learning more details about a deadly crash that killed a little boy and san jose. it happened friday evening near camden avenue and coos or road. investigators say the little boy was crossing camden in a cross walk against a do not walk signal the driver of the suv was headed south on camden. it had the green light at the intersection. the driver remained at the scene following the crash and is cooperating with detectives officials say it doesn't appear the driver was under the influence at the time. the death is san jose's 26th traffic deaths of 2021. >> happening now, billionaire richard branson moments away from launching into space. these are some live pictures from spaceport america in new
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mexico. you can see the rocket. they're making its way any minute now. branson is joining 5 other crew members aboard his own virgin galactic rocket this morning. >> as they are set to blast off into space. again, these are live pictures of rocket as it is set to head into space right now. this is a pretty historic flight at sea virgin galactic's first fully crewed flight into space. the rocket is called the v s as unity. it's expected to reach out to 2 of a little over 50 miles above earth. this flight is is going to be just about an hour long. they're not staying up there for long. not you know what our astronauts go into space. this recreational type of a trip here. passengers will enjoy a short period of weightlessness. >> probably about 30 or 3 minutes or is what i've read prior to this happening.
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they're also, of course, expected to see some stunning views once they do. >> head out there. we're going to bring this to you as soon as it happens. take a break right now. stick with us. kron 00:00am morning news continues after
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>> happening right now. this is a live look as billionaire richard branson launches into
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space. >> i his virgin galactic rocket. he is among 6 people on board this rocket as it heads off and display space. it is virgin galactic's first. >> fully crewed flight into space looking like a safe take off here. you can see. a pretty stark moment that rocket is several minutes as he has unity let's here of unity. 22. >> of course, we'll let you moment for these moments as close as you look to the over 6 ports to >> the rocket is expected to reach altitudes of a little over 50 miles above earth. this flight is going to just about an hour long. they are expected experience some weightlessness for a short period of time while they're
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out this is the first that, as i mentioned manned and flight here from the virgin galactic street just to make it clear anybody watches already. and you know, it said that richard branson sped up. >> this flight for himself after jeff bezos announced he was going to be launching himself into space later this month of billionaire richard branson wanted to be, you know, first to make wow. make his make his mark there in space. we're going to keep you posted on this flight again, it's about said to be about an hour. we're going to toss to break here in be back in just a bit. >> when house talks to tomorrow. i don't know. i'm just curious. it's done very well bus for any here's a look at what high temperatures are for today. a little bit improved as what we've got
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going on. antioch one. '03, concord. 97 also livermore double digits. we have little
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>> welcome back. 7.45 here on this sunday morning. and it's time for another check of our weather forecast a farce as we're getting some relief and help from the fog this morning, which is nice. >> yeah. that marine is really great and it helped out a little bit. noel. also a little yesterday, too, in
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making things a little bit more palatable around the immediate pain. a lot of those places were not under an advisory it anyway, but it helps out a little bit and it's helping out a little bit now too, for today going forward. there's the fog yet again. when we talk about on the east bay shoreline still hasn't lifted off the east bay shoreline. here's a shot from half moon. bay was just like this. yesterday we had all those overcast skies in place from this fog that's in place temperature check. we have a lot of 50's covering the perimeter of the bay inland. a little warmer places like credit. some data issues in terms of getting the currents. now the excessive heat where we have. you see the warning and you see the advisory notice an interesting app sincere a good chunk of solano county a wrap-around of the central valley a little bit. this is being suspected by the fact that the folks out of sacramento who their responsibility is. they're taking that out because of that marine layer and the fog coming in from that good strong on shore flow. this means vacaville year. and in fairfield, you're not technically, although both
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places will be plenty hot. what you'll see in the 4 zone forecast here. the onshore winds in place in baby steps to get to the 1000 mile journey. it's helping out a little bit. it's going to be hot. still no way to escape that pfizer ease updated in place as we discussed tomorrow. more of those winds. the high continues to start to break going upstream. hey, we have traffic going from the northwest. we like that. that's good news. upstream after next weekend. little bubbling up here from the southeast. pretty benign from our point might just get some cloud cover with all of that. let's get to the 4 zone forecast. 66 covering san francisco to the coast pretty much lower 60's peninsula 79 for burning game. we have the 80's now down to the south. the 90's have been retired from the peninsula. there. we have 84 san jose east bay shoreline lower 80's tri valley double digits but upper 90's walnut creek 9597 for concord. 77 san leandro 69 for berkeley solano county. the air conditioner at 73 fairfield 97. but vacaville
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one '05. technically they are in the excessive heat warning 86 for napa in 92 santa rosa, let's do this thing. look at the temperatures fall. 80 by thursday. where's my sweater got at the east bay shoreline upper 60's to about 70 and at the coast, you will need a sweater in the upper 50's. noel. >> all right. thanks, dave, for your health this morning before we grab those sweaters. we're still dealing with that. triple digit heat and those temperatures were recorded in much of the bay area yesterday. the excessive heat warning remaining in effect through tonight. keep in mind your pets just as vulnerable to heat exhaustion and heat stroke as you are our health expert karen, a walk here to tell us a little bit more on how we can be sure our four-legged friends are keeping their cool. you know, i think something that's interesting about how pet sweat they don't sweat. you know, from from their from their heads. it's their >> has definitely. and since my my dog is camera shy brought by my little, his little stand so yes, they fit.
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so it's real important too. protect the pause and they can burn just like you know, our skin can burn on the hot cement on the hot. >> hot stand. so really important too test the surface before you place, you know, go out for a walk. so what you do is place your put your hand or your barefoot on the hot surface and hold it there for 10 seconds, if you can tolerate that, then it's okay for your dog. otherwise, it's not a good idea. they do have a little booties that protect the the dogs, if they're well willing to i always liked watching dogs wearing those believe that without those were just for it's raining or something, but they're good for the heat too. >> yeah. the good for heat. they're good for snow. good for hikes where that you're walking on a lot of gravel and >> yeah. it's just a matter getting them to what else do we need to be looking for in terms of warning signs. if if your pet is overheating. well,
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first of all, you know that the dogs they cool themselves by breathing. very rapidly through their mouth and their nose. so it's real important not to muscle not to. they need to freely move their mouths to cool off. if you see them excessively panting, you know, that's a sign they're trying to cool that if they're excessively panting, they're they're getting very overheated. it. another thing to look for. you know, we get really flashed in red when we get hot. but the dogs, of course, they don't you need to look at their guns as well as their tongue. it will get very red in flames. so that's another sign i think one of those points on the list. less responsive to usual commands. i think that's a really good sign to look for. that's my dog just disobedient. and but esl just like it just like a human become rent. less
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responsive. >> so a dog will also be like that to maybe not can come back, you know, answer to commands or just kind of start wandering off. so that's also something to look for. and then there's some more serious signs if your dog is dealing with heat exhaustion or heat stroke that you should be looking for as well. >> yes. so got a vot one that vomiting. you might notice that. >> they could passed out just like a human again become very lethargic. so you just have to look for the signs and and really try to cool them off as as easy as quickly as possible. don't give them any ice chips. you know, they can actually choke on that and you can get water in their lungs. what i like to do. first of all, on a walk. make sure they have plenty of water and these little things are really nice for taking on a walk. and it just pops out and an instant
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bowl. so they they could always give them water real important to hydrate them. whenever you go on a walk. or when you feel like the era they're exhausted yet from the heat. >> also, of course, never leave your your dog in a parked car in the heat and i know getting your your dog. summer. shave is good, too. >> oh, yeah. the haircut so we can take our coats off that the dogs can getting a a summer cut is is always nice. but then again you have to be careful not to go to sure because you still need to protect their skin from the sun. so kind of find a happy medium between, you know, shorter cut but not too short. >> and then of walking at certain times of the day as opposed to right in the middle of the day. >> all right. so walking early in the morning or later in the evening. also. so especially
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concrete is not going to be as hot and you brought up about the car. you know the car even 70 degree weather. it could heat up to a 120 in minutes. so just not a good idea to keep them in the car and especially now, even if it's only for a couple minutes. yeah. keep them in front of the fan. that's the big take like garrett. thanks so much. your logo. we'll be right your logo. we'll be right at chewy, we know walks are made better with our furry friends. and we're here to make those walks easy. from tasty treats on the go, to toys that keep them moving. get everything they need, even prescriptions - delivered right to your door. get fast, free, 1-2 day shipping. visit chewy.com today. at chewy you can shop america's #1 pet pharmacy anytime, anywhere. it's so simple you can order on a walk, at the beach, even over breakfast. and with fast, free delivery there's more time for the good stuff. shop america's #1 pet pharmacy. visit chewy.com today. ok, so maybe we're new to home improvement, shop america's #1 pet pharmacy. but we're determined. we got an insider tip on the ultimate flooring destination.
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bay area baseball. the giants have one more game at home today before the all-star break. they're hoping. >> to sweep the washington nationals. yesterday's game at oracle park was a blowout win. here's a solo home run brandon crawford in the 8th inning. it's the 18th home run of the season for the all-star, the final score against the nationals tend to for first pitch for today's game is set for one. '05, this afternoon. >> the giants lead the national league west 2 games ahead of to the site. meanwhile, the oakland a's are on the road facing the texas rangers yesterday's game went into extra innings and it was. >> stephen piscotty at the plate who put. sealed the win for the the ball to left field for a two-run homer. the rangers could not respond in the bottom of the 11th inning a's beat the rangers with a final score. 8 to 4. both teams will wrap up the series
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today. first pitch for this one is at 1135 also this. >> all right. still ahead here in the next hour, the proper morning news fire crews worried about fires amid the hot and dry conditions were dealing with. we have details on a house fire could sparked by fireworks. plus another overnight homicide in oakland just hours after the police chief. a rally asking the community to help prevent violence in the city. we've got details straight ahead. what if you could push a button and less carbon would be put into the air.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news. >> good sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news i'm noelle bellow. it is. >> july 11th right here in the middle of the month. and it's a hot one again, we want to get you started off by checking out your weather forecast a little cooler this morning. than yesterday right. dave will say not as warm we agrees never colby. not as bad. yes, the damage is getting better here. >> and it's going prove all next week, too. so this is now the hottest day to deal with as we head into even next weekend. so enjoy this. >> as things do start to improve. that's the big point. live shot coming in of all the fog we have. we still have
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along the east bay shoreline still haven't lifted. looks like it's just about to the lower right-hand side of your i% screen there to show us some of the east bay shoreline. meanwhile, the golden gate bridge is socked in by this fog. hey, this is a good thing. it has the marine layer that's in place. thus a marine cooled air, if you like. now our map is a little different now. you see that little wedge of clearing. where that excessive heat warning was in solano county. this is sacramento. the weather office towing this taking that zone out there a little bit because of our from the fog sneaking in there and enough of that to keep temperatures suppressed. so that would fairfield and that bill will still stay in the excessive heat warning meanwhile, elsewhere in the tour up in the north bay still have the heat advisory that's in place like yesterday. santa clara valley, although those numbers are much better today than yesterday. san francisco. you're not in this and also around the east bay shoreline. also santa cruz mountains have been involved in this, too. and this will be until 11 tonight. temperature check. we're pretty much the same in the 50's around the perimeter of the base 73 going on for antioch ahead today, 89 at
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high noon by 3 o'clock 95 double digits. how about that? we'll be taking a closer look at your forecast coming up in just a bit. noel. >> thanks, dave. our top story this morning. firefighters busy in the east bay overnight battling several different fires. firefighters say it's a good likelihood fireworks played a role kron four's camila barco breaks it all down for us. camila. there were 4 fires at all. >> that's exactly what investigators are saying. but we're here as you set to break it all down for you. they had a busy night as they responded to multiple small fires is what they're saying. and this all happened around 08:00pm when contra costa county fire received a call of a vegetation fire. they rushed to the neighborhood near the unified school district. and this is what they saw when they got their offense and some dried grass were in flames. they also found another fence to cause a bow and a tree on fire. they were able to put all of them out.
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but less than 5 minutes later they were called back to the same neighborhood. >> where the exterior of the home was involved. that house was less than a block away from the initial incident. firefighters say it was windy when they were battling the flames, they believe the hot embers from the tree blew across the street and caused that house to catch on fire crews received reperts of fireworks going off and investigators did find remnants of it on the streets. they believe fireworks are the reason for the vegetation fire which caused a home to be destroyed. one homeowner is just has a bunch of questions as to why someone would set them off in these weather conditions. >> a lot of fireworks right here live right down the street. both ways. if they're constantly going up that jet all hours of the night. it like anybody's you're getting about it. the police station right rose by house of really
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everything i own is out on my front lawn. what just said, why they're doing it. they said we have a drought and the bloated public. it's 13 game. i don't even know. >> now. fire officials say her home is not a complete loss, but she is not able to live. there are right now the red cross was able to assist her. she was not hurt and no one else was to noel. back to you. alright camila, thank you for that live report. >> breaking overnight in oakland. a man was killed in what is now the city's 72nd homicide of 2021 that number on pace to nearly double by the end of the year. last night's deadly shooting happened at 51st avenue and east 12th street. the victim was killed just hours after oakland's police chief issued a plea to the community for help in ending violence in oakland, kron four's phillipe djegal has more from an oakland anti violence march that took place earlier in the
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day. >> you police chief armstrong. he says the escalation of deadly violence in his city is spinning out of control and that it will take a collective effort to bring an end to the troubling trend. oakland is asked to be a safe city no matter where >> a really good but people of the doesn't mind. at a stand up for a clinton rally long addressed the marched times of the chief and of the were in past incidents police brutality. but the event continued. >> the city's chief of the department of violence prevention given most us. but says despite using different methods. he says he works in partnership with we need to get to them before they start committing crime. one suit. get to address the part
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already committing a crime that we would need to do chief armstrong says the city has suffered an acceptable losses. john. i'm of this year's victims of deadly violence were read out rally if the homicide continues on current pace. 135 killings are projected by the end of the year. there were 85 homicides last year. we don't know how many guns us trees. but there are so many that every day or officers are recovering 2 to 3 a day at the end of the march, a prayer was shared where 8 people were shot and 2 killed on juneteenth in oakland, phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> and the north bay the driver of a stolen u haul van is under arrest after leading police on a chase through vacaville. here's some video from a chp helicopter that was tracking that stolen van through a neighborhood. police on scene were able to stop the van using spike strips. the driver did surrender and was taken into custody. the name of the driver has not yet been released. on the peninsula 62
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year-old woman is accused of attempted murder following a 28 hour standoff in pacifica. detectives say it started friday morning as a fight between 2 roommates on monterey road. when officers got to the scene, they found a woman stabbed 3 times in her chest. the other woman, ellen can meyer ran to the back of the house triggering a standoff can meyer turned herself in to police yesterday morning. she is being held for attempted murder. false imprisonment and violent elder abuse. the victim is being treated for her injuries and is expected to survive. >> coming up here on the kron 00:00am morning news a brazen burglary at a south, a jewelry store all caught on camera. we're going hear from the frustrated store owner. plus video shows a man attacked inside an east bay gas station. police are now asking the victim to come forward. and after the break, saving
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the lives of first responders. the effort in the bay area to help firefighters suffering from ptsd and depression. stick with us. we'll be right back.
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>> happening right now. an effort to help save the lives of firefighters is underway in the east bay. according to the group read to help more american firefighters are committing suicide than those killed in the line of duty.
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the group helps unite family and friends of firefighters suffering from ptsd and those who lost their lives due to mental illness. today's event is being held to remember alameda county firefighter eric michel who took his own life. a man named john preston lost his older brother back in 2016 and he's leading a hike right now through castro valley. >> in doing so kind of 7 and what can i do to help out an eye. keep this from happening again. so i went on to high 630 miles and 28 days. can follow up in the san diego. just kind my intention was to show the world how much going to because that's not even near the end of the field to lose a sibling or a loved one to suicide. we want to go out. we're we're hiking with the members of alameda and oakland which crawl the same local local 55 it. and we're going
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out in, you know, showing their brothers and sisters at the fire departments and the family that is actually going to be out there with us as well. that. where we're still here to honor. erica eric was a husband. he was a father. he wants the u.s. and he what this firefighter that how the struggle of plus my stress and it's gone now. you had somebody roles in his life. and and we just want to honor who he was and doing so with this high. >> the event started at 8 o'clock this morning at castro valley fire station. 25 the hike is set to end at emeryville fire station. 24. >> we'll be right back after the break.
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>> 8.15 here on this sunday morning and take a look at this. a chp helicopter made 2 rescues yesterday along the blue ridge trail near lake berryessa. the first happened in the morning when a hiker suffered a medical emergency and needed to be airlifted to a hospital. no word yet on what that medical issue was that they were suffering from. but another rescue that happened later in the afternoon as temperatures were much higher. chp got a call of 2 hikers in distress on a trail. they were taken to a local rest area where they were evaluated and given some
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water officials are reminding everyone with these increased temperatures. you should not be out hiking if you're not experienced and especially if you don't have enough water feel like just stepping out the some people are kind extra water bottle or to their days far as that a little bit more detail on just how warm are getting today. i said cooler earlier you said that's not necessarily the right work of stole the 90 i know it's hard to say that is some places will stall. we'll bat a triple digits and so forth and good advice walk. it just extra bottled water bottle in the car, you know, can hurt you use it later if nothing else because it's still summer and its young. >> here's a look at the east bay shoreline still covered up by magical fog going on. we like that. that's the cool marine layer ocean, cool air, which is going to help out a little bit. it's helping out the east bay shoreline later today. that's why you don't have the heat advisory because you have this insulation. yes, the fog will mix out. but this continual flow pattern continues to reinforce that golden gate bridge clogged up by the fog right now. but as
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we know, this will clear out by the later morning hours. temperature. check out. we're missing some data here. but you get the general idea 50's around the perimeter of the base 76 for antioch, 59 for fremont again, the fog going. it's magical tricks watching things over the next 14 hours. not too thrilling. this clears out. we, of course, bake and then some poppy thunder showers off to the sierra do it again with the fog and coastal drizzle coming back again only to mix out now might be a little bit more sluggish tomorrow because our pattern is changing in the next week. one that's cooler coming in from the northwest and you'll feel those temperatures each day. again, keep the scattered showers going on up in the sierra today. late this afternoon. here comes this flow pattern. look how active it is around. the delta key point there being cause you folks have been taken out of the heat advisory, at least in solano county. i and that does provide a little minor relief, at least there. but it certainly shielding the east bay shoreline as it did from yesterday. san francisco in to be honest of the southern
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marin as well did not get as warm as we're talking about a little bit because of the continuing cool breeze coming in from the ocean a little bit stronger tomorrow and we also lose the upper level support as the high starts to break down a little bit and we have more of the surface. flow patterns coming in from the northwest. all good news to get a better forecast. we've got heat advisory warning in place. we've been talking about except the east bay shoreline san francisco and southern solano county and this extending off the sacramento. little bit hot inland with 90's. well, inland. yes, that will be tomorrow. 70's 80's are back in places that we didn't see them all weekend. and then for this week ahead, it's cooler they temps 70's 80's going on in land and we need lower 80's in places that were near the triple digits today around the bay. this is improve 66 san francisco 73 for oakland 83 san jose santa clara county yesterday still in that heat advisory, although temperatures much better at 84 and your neighbors in around
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that area will also be improved. we'll have that in the 4 zone forecast one. '03, 4, antioch upper 90's for a lot of the east bay still hot and 92 going on for santa rose again will be going into this and the 4 zone well. thanks, dave. starting tomorrow. the historic pic bixby bridge along highway one in big sur is going to be closed for maintenance during the overnight hours. >> those closures will take place from 10:00pm until 06:30am, over the course of the next 3 weeks now the bridge and the road will be open on the to kind of accommodate for increased traffic in the area. there's no detour for this closure. traffic control will direct drivers to turn around during that 10:00am or 10:00pm to 06:00am closure window. for oakland. firefighters are now in oregon to help put out the bootleg fire. that fire was sparked by lightning and has already scorched more than 38,000 acres evacuations are under way. the fire only one
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percent contained the oakland fire crew is helping on the front lines in klamath county fire crews from across the bay area are also in oregon as part of a 2 strike team s nt to help battle that blaze. in national headlines recovery efforts continue in surfside, florida today. now more than 2 weeks following the deadly condo collapse. officials say the recovery mission is moving along with some great urgency. more bodies have been pulled from the rubble. the death toll now stands at 90 people more than 2 dozen people still unaccounted for as first responders desperately tried to provide closure to the families. >> teens are continuously working tirelessly to make progress on the site of the collapse. one shared purpose to bring closure to the families who are waiting for of their loved ones. >> officials say they're beginning to distribute
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millions of dollars in donations to help those victims. still ahead here, even if you go to lake tahoe every summer. you might not know about this hidden gem. we're going to take you to the west shore after the break.
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everyone in this morning's destination, california. melanie townsend uncovers a beautiful hidden gem on top host west shore. >> welcome to my humble some a boat here on lake tahoe just kidding. i wish, though this was my house. this 100 year-old home actually belongs to the california state parks system and it continues to be one of the states here. this side of lake tahoe. imagine you built a mansion so grand in noteworthy that it became a historical landmark and eventually a state park. >> this is what happened to the original an estate built in 19 '02 by a s w helmet in-house, one of the wealthiest families in early
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california history. >> the house is 11,700 square feet a california craftsman style. so using your original materials from the lake tahoe basin. so what we see behind us all. the granite came from lake tahoe. >> the estate stretches across more than 1000 acres of the sugar pine point state park. the mansion known as the pine lodge was the family summer home from 19 '03, to 1965 until was saved by the state. the attention was to tear down the house and turn this into a campground. a lakeside campground thanks to some very passionate advocates. the pine lodge is now what heidi doyle says. it's a home for all californians. it's a family home. it's very livable. even though it's 11,000 square feet much larger than my personal house. i can see being in there and on that note.
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>> welcome come on. and don't mind if we do. friendly mi casa es su casa vibe going on here. guests can now tour this 8 bedroom, 6 bathroom home in the summer time of the 1930's and learn about the unique craftsmanship unique hand-woven. we have not seen this anywhere else early swimsuit fashions. so that would be your undergarments 100. he said. >> i would just looks like put like a modern day. some >> revolutionary technologies. and let's not forget doyle's favorite spot in the kitchen. i was a match and doing dishes and the good times continue outside as visitors hit back
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on the front porch. high. one sugar pine point, you trails or fun in the sun. >> talked. >> we really encourage people to absorb nature because it's the combination of history and nature that makes this heart suspects. aside from its architectural charm and course history you can't this lakeside view. >> so it makes the helen urban mansion. just another great destination here california. >> we're taking you back out to space this morning where moments ago the rocket from the virgin galactic separated from its mother ship. richard branson, of course, the billionaire on board. these are some live pictures as his virgin galactic rocket is flying its first passengers into orbit. branson himself on board along with 5 other crew members. again, this is the
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first fully crewed flight into space on a virgin galactic rocket. blue origin, which jeff bezos's rocket at elon musk's space. x virgin galactic is using a twin fuselage aircraft to get its rocket shipped up in the air. that's what the rockets just separated from that mother ship. this i can't even imagine what this feeling must be like. again, that rocket called the v s s unity. it reaching altitude of a little over 50 miles above earth. so the edge of space, as they're saying it is going to be an hour long flight. they took off. about 45 minutes ago. the passengers are expected to enjoy a short period of weightlessness while they're out there. of course, i can't even imagine what the views look like. there they are billionaire richard branson and 5 other crew members there flying through space 8.30,
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this morning here. they launched off from the new mexico. we're going continue to check in on their flight as the morning goes on. stick with us. the kron 4 morning news continues after the break. you on site, watching on the ground, you should be able to hear a double sonic majestic mountains... scenic coastal highways... fertile farmlands... there's lots to love about california. so put off those chores and use less energy from 4 to 9 pm when less clean energy is available. because that's power down time.
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>> good morning. welcome back here to the kron 00:00am morning news. richard branson is kind of having this fun in space. back here at home. it's
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going to be a little warm for a state's far has got a little bit more detail on just how warm we're going to get in certain parts of the bay area this morning. a day. if it's ok, we still say hot well, so hot in spots. but you know. >> hey, because of marine layer in the onshore flow. that's good news. there is going to better along the east coast to east bay shoreline, which it did from yesterday. san francisco's out of this as well. and also getting some parts of solano county improved because of that marine layer pushing on through the delta. so it's kind of nice that the fog is quite intrusive today helping out a little bit combat. the heat. here's the effort of it mixing out at the surface a little bit. the east bay shoreline just starting to appear. as you can see in the lower right-hand side of your screen with the kron 4 app is and then also we're half moon bay as you can get a shot of this to also overcast as what we see from this morning's fog. now back to that map again. there you see a part of solano county. there. fairfield is out of the technically but vacaville is still in it that excessive heat warning until 11 o'clock.
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also, we've got the north bay covered in terms of the heat advisory and then some of the higher elevations you're dealing with an excessive heat warning because that marine layer just can't get up there. and also the santa clara valley with a heat advisory. although your numbers are improved today as well. so there are the winds. you can see we're all the colors. ation is covering up the delta. that's why fairfield. you can see that wind coming right off the base. so that's good news as we've been seeing. also along the peninsula and southern miranda's well temperature check where the 50's over most of the real estate 76 already antioch as we start heading up in here is the damage for today. still kind of overcast. the bay bridge toll plaza looks like 89 at high noon at 3 o'clock we're talking 94. >> they're not come in here. they know they have good enough time. the it get here manipulate. >> a bold smash and grab robbery in the south bay hundreds of thousands of dollars in jewelry stolen. and it's not the first time the store has been targeted. the brazen break in happened at the jefferies diamonds and
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goldsmiths in campbell kron. four's amanda hari talked with the owner and has a look at the damage left behind. >> the owner is very frustrated. he says staff here spent about a day just trying to clean up all of the glass from this break in. and you can see right here just how much damage was done with all of this cracking here. this is the window they actually managed to get through. but this one shows you just how much force was required to do that. it's we've been through this before and i this is the 4th time we've been robbed the last 5 years and geoffrey's diamonds owner aaron poliec says the burglars are getting more bowl last time they were here for 2 minutes. second none. >> the police were here right after that. and this time it's 5 minutes and. within 30 seconds after security camera video shows the moment the suspects busted through the window. >> you can see it in the corner of your screen. 3 people then russian side to use a hammer to start breaking the display cases and taking
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everything inside. they're not afraid anymore. they just basically coming here. they know they have. >> good enough time. >> the it get here. manipulate kelly estimates. they stole about $250,000 worth of jewelry. the store already has double laminated windows and a high frequency alarm. they're now moving the jewelry to safes overnight. but he says he wishes the police would do more think. i think we should have a little more police presence on down in downtown, especially between the hours of 02:00am and 05:00am because every single artery that we've happened at the same time. 03:00am the owner tells me he doesn't believe there's any chance that police will manage to recover all of the jewelry. >> in campbell amanda hari kron 4 news. >> over in the east bay hayward police need help. finding an older asian man who was attacked at a gas station. it happened on july. 5th. we do have some video here from that chevron gas station. witnesses told detectives the attacker asked the man if he
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was asian several times before slapping him across the face. both the victim and the attacker left before police could get there. one of those witnesses was able to get the license plate of the attacker and detectives say they now know who he is, but they can't move forward without the victim anyone with information on the incident or on who the victim is is urged to contact hayward police. we're learning more details about a deadly crash that killed a little boy in san jose. it happened friday evening near camden avenue and coos or road. investigators say that little boy was crossing camden in a cross walk against a do not walk signal the driver of the suv was headed south on camden and have the green light at the intersection. the driver remained at the scene after the crash and is cooperating with detectives officials say it doesn't appear the driver was under the influence at the time. the death san jose's 26 traffic deaths of 2021. coming
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up here on the kron 00:00am morning news. 2 men in the east bay. >> breaking a world record on teeter totter we're going to take a look at how they did.
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>> breaking news after an hour in space. richard branson back
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on earth. this is a live pictures from new mexico after his. after his rocket just landed there again, this is the virgin galactic's. >> first fully crewed flight into space that rocket the unity. >> again, it was orbiting up. went past the edge of earth into space. were just a little over 50 miles above earth that our long flight again. they did experience some weightlessness at a certain point. as they landed just before we got back here on on camera the richard branson inside, you round of applause. i'm sure that feeling just a day has to be indescribable at this point. again, the rocket safely back here on earth. bringing it back here to home.
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2 men in concord have set a world record for the longest continuous ride on a teeter totter, not necessarily rocket. hey. this is pretty cool to 216 hours and 10 minutes rocking back and forth up and down the title was already previously held by one of these men for the last 50 years. kron four's camila barco has more on why he decided to do it again. >> and the east bay turned the simple playground activity into a world record. might but would hurt more. actually, a pretty good joke. walker walked on this handmade teeter totter in concord for 9 days. i feel great. he convinced his friend mike hartshorn to participate. i suggested that he do with his son. first. >> and then his grandson. >> but they're both smarter than walker already held the title for the longest continuous ride on a teeter totter. he set the record back in 1971 and was looking to do
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it again. that was chops. >> the desire to have a world record for me all right. let's get there was no motive for this attempt. >> the 2 just wanted to make people smile after a difficult year everybody was you could do this. we help. can you not. mike said this. you can't let these people down. somebody came in yesterday. he ran up and he said he just wanted to tell us that her mom watch. that's in siberia walker and heart shore and across the finish line during a heat wave but say the cold nights were the tough part. i don't ever remember being so cold. everybody's talking about the heat. well, i remembers being so cold. that's what would maybe want to. just kind of panic sometimes sleep was hard to come by 2 in the last 9 days. they've only had about 15 hours of shut eye for me. the night was the worst. because as i say, the vibe, if the sleeping i have to keep it going. 50 years later. walker
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remains the title holder. now his longtime friend joins him in the triumph. it's something that i wouldn't change that would trade. you know, the experience was far more than i than i ever thought it was going to be in concord camila barco kron 4 news. >> takes you back to a brady bunch 2 kids were doing that. and it's a seesaw that kids. but anyway, here's a look at high temperatures for today. we're chewing away at the heat. it's double digits going on in some parts of the east bay.
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>> health this morning before we grab those sweaters. we're still dealing with that. triple digit heat and those temperatures were recorded in much of the bay area yesterday. the excessive heat warning remaining in effect through tonight. keep in mind your pets just as vulnerable to heat exhaustion and heat stroke as you are our health expert karen, a walk here to tell us a little bit more on how we can be sure our four-legged friends are keeping their cool. you know, i think something that's interesting about how pet sweat they don't sweat, you know, from from their from their heads. it's their paws. definitely. and since my my dog is camera shy brought by my little, his little stand so. >> yes, they fit. so it's real important too. protect the pause and they can burn just like, you know, our skin can burn on the hot cement on the hot. >> hot stand. so really
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important too test the surface before you place, you know, go out for a walk. so what you do is place your put your hand or your barefoot on the hot surface and hold it there for 10 seconds, if you can tolerate that, then it's okay for your dog. otherwise, it's not a good idea. they do have a little booties that protect the the dogs, if they're well willing to i always liked watching dogs wearing those believe that without those were just for it's raining or something, but they're good for the heat too. >> yeah. the good for heat. they're good for snow. good for hikes where that you're walking on a lot of gravel and >> yeah. it's just a matter getting them to what else do we need to be looking for in terms of warning signs. if if your pet is overheating. well, first of all, you know that the dogs they cool themselves by breathing. very rapidly through their mouth and their nose. so it's real important
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not to muscle not to. they need to freely move their mouths to cool off. if you see them excessively panting, you know, that's a sign they're trying to cool. but if they're excessively panting, they're they're getting very overheated. another thing to look for. you know, we get really flashed in red when we get hot. but the dogs, of course they don't you need to look at their guns as well as their tongue. it will get very red and inflamed so that's another sign i think one of those points on the list. less responsive to usual commands. i think that's a really good sign to look for. that's my dog just disobedient. and but esl just like it just like a human become rent. less responsive. >> so a dog will also be like that to maybe not can come back, you know, answer to commands or just kind of start wandering off. so that's also something to look for. and
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then there's some more serious signs if your dog is dealing with heat exhaustion or heat stroke that you should be looking for as well. >> yes. so not a vot one that vomiting. you might notice that. >> they could passed out just like a human can become very lethargic. so you just have to look for the signs and and really try to cool them off as as easy as quickly as possible. don't give them any ice chips. you know, they could actually choke on that and you can get water in their lungs. what i like to do. first of all, on a walk. make sure they have plenty of water and these little things are really nice for taking on a walk and it just pops out into an instant ball. so they they could always give them water real important to hydrate them. whenever you go on a walk. when you feel like
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they're exhausted yet from the heat. >> also, of course, never leave your your dog in a parked car in the heat and i know getting your your dog. summer. shave is good, too. >> oh, yeah. the haircut so we can take our coats off that the dogs can getting a a summer cut is is always nice. but then again you have to be careful not to go to shore because you still need to protect their skin from the sun. so kind of find a happy medium between, you know, shorter cut but not too short and then of walking at certain times of the day as opposed to right in the middle of the day. >> all right. so walking early in the morning or later in the evening. also. so especially concrete is not going to be as hot and you brought up about the car. you know the car even 70 degree weather. it could heat up to a 120 in minutes. so just not a good idea to
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shop america's #1 pet pharmacy. to kron. 00:00am morning news. good morning, everybody. and back to our traditional fog to start things off overcast as it is at the coast. that, of course, makes out for us some leftover cloud cover shore.
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but hot. it will be notice how this has been amended a little bit getting parts of solano county out of that excessive heat warning because that on shore flow is providing some cooling into the afternoon right through the delta like that. so that's providing a little bit of relief today and everybody is going to experience this as well. temperatures won't be as lofty as yesterday, but they're going to be plenty hot and those inland valleys today. tomorrow we increase the winds a little bit. the high breaks down all working in tandem for an improved forecast and further upstream. the flow pattern from the northwest. at least it's not bringing any rain. that would be nice. it's just bringing in. as you can see, some scattered cloud cover, but cooler temps will come with that as well. little the monsoon trying to come in there, but there's not much that's going to impact us. maybe some scattered clouds as we get out of next weekend 66 for san francisco today. lower 60's covered the coast bayside 79 for burlingame to the south. no more 90's. it's lower 80's to the south. there and the santa clara valley 85
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or santa clara. 84 san jose still have that heat advisory but not as hot as yesterday. lower 80's to the south on the east bay shoreline double digits in tri valley 95 for walnut creek 97 for concord, 69 for berkeley. look at that. 73 vacaville one. '05, still in the excessive heat warning, though, and 92 for santa rosa improve seven-day forecast as we cool off for the remainder of the week. lower 80's by the end of the week and we'll do along the east bay shoreline lower 70's, even upper 60's snow. well. >> thanks, dave. alright, time to talk bay area baseball. the giants have one more game at home today before the all-star break. they're hoping to sweep the washington nationals yesterday's game at oracle park blowout win check this out solo home run from brandon crawford 8th inning. it is the home run of the season for that all starts the final score against the nationals was 10 to 4 1st pitch for today's game set for one. '05, this afternoon. the giants lead the national league west
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right now. >> they are 2 games ahead of dodgers. meanwhile, the oakland a's are on the road facing the texas rangers. yesterday's game actually went into extra innings and it was stephen piscotty at the plate who sealed the win for the a's. he hits the deep to left field for a 2 run homer. the rangers could not respond in the bottom of the 11th inning. the a's beat the rangers with a final score of 8 to 4. both teams will wrap up their series today. first pitch for the a's game is at 1135 this morning. coming up. still ahead here in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news fire crews worried about in the hot, dry conditions. we've got details about a house fire and several others in one neighborhood that could have been sparked. >> by fireworks. plus another overnight homicide in oakland just hours after the police chief lead a rally asking the community to help prevent violence in the city. we've got details straight ahead.
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and a brazen break in burglary at a south bay jewelry store. it's not the first time the store was targeted we're going to be hearing from the frustrated store owner after the break.
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station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at known. >> good sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm noelle bellow. it is sunday. july 11th. we're going to talk about a couple of fires that happened over in the east bay in just a bit. but first, we want to get you a check of your forecast. >> kron 4 meteorologist dave spahr standing by with details on the hot weather we've got for today. hey, dave. hey, good morning know. well, good morning, everybody. and of the morning fog reading us again. bit of relief. police in the morning hours. but the flow pattern that brought in here overnight is going to be around throughout the day today from fighting some minor relief but still. >> going to be plenty toasty picking those inland valleys. let's take a look what we got right now for the east bay shoreline start to pop open hereaa little bit as this fog starts to mix out a bit. meanwhile, there's the golden gate bridge overcast with the fog in place. again, that will mix out and notice the map is a little different now. solano county least the southern part of it is getting cleared out a little bit by this wind flow pattern, which breaking up the
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heat spell warning excessive heat warning is still in place and to 11 where the reds are and the yellows indicate a heat advisory and this will be with those lofty temperatures in some places will be above 100 delay who up cool 56 at this hour. 76 for antioch 61 for fairfield in palo alto and looking ahead for today. 93 at 1 o'clock by 4. we're talking 94 still do have some triple digits on our board will talk about your heatwave coming up in a bit. >> thanks, dave. our top story this morning. firefighters were busy in the east bay overnight after several different fires. firefighters say it's a good likelihood fireworks are the culprit here. kron four's, camila barco joining us now live camila. it was for fires and all. >> yeah. no. that's exactly what investigators are saying. 3 of them were small vegetation and property fires the 4th was a home and it all happened in a neighborhood
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near the end in iraq near the antioch unified school district. initially when firefighters around arrived around 08:00pm. they found dry grass and offense in flames nearby. they found another fence to cause a boat and a tree on fire. they were able to put on them out. less than 5 minutes later, as you can see in this video, they were called back to the same neighborhood and found the exterior of this home engulfed in flames. firefighters say it was windy when they were battling the flames, they believe the hot embers blowing from a tree caused the house to catch on fire. crews say they had received reports of fireworks going off earlier in the night. >> and investigators found remnants of in the streets. >> and going off all night around here. a couple hours ago we responded to a fire. and pittsburgh and recently we were just one street over for fireworks. but on some grasses vehicles on fire. this is a
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good likelihood that this from the same. a lot of fireworks right here live right down the street. both ways really white house of really everything i own is out on my front lawn. >> for what she did. i why they're doing it. doesn't make we have a drought the bloated public. it's 13 game. i don't even know. >> now. fire officials say her home is not a complete loss but she is not able to live there right now. the red cross was able to a sister. she was not hurt and no one else was either noel, back to you. >> alright camila definitely illustrating why it is not a good idea to be playing with fireworks in this. he thank you for that live report. we do have some breaking news overnight in oakland. a man was killed in what is now the city's 72nd homicide. >> of 2021 that number on pace to nearly double by the end of the year. last night's deadly
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shooting happened at 51st avenue and east 12th street. the victim was killed just hours after oakland's police chief issued a plea to the community for help in ending violence in the city. kron four's. phillipe djegal has more from an oakland anti violence march that took place he says the escalation of deadly violence in his city is spinning out of control and that it will take a collective effort to bring an end to the troubling trend. oakland is asked to be a safe city no matter where >> a really good but people of the doesn't mind. they want their voices at a stand up for a clinton rally long addressed the marched times of the chief and of the were in past incidents police brutality. but the event continued.
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>> the city's chief of the department of violence prevention given most us. but says despite using different methods. he says he works in partnership with police we need to get to them before they start committing crime. one soon. we'll get to address already committing a crime that we would need to do both. chief armstrong says the city has suffered an acceptable losses. john. i'm of this year's victims of deadly violence were read out rally if the homicide continues on current pace. 135 killings are projected by the end of the year. there were 85 homicides last year. we don't know how many guns us trees. but there are so many that every day or officers are recovering 2 to 3 a day at the end of the march, a prayer was shared where 8 people were shot and 2 killed on juneteenth in oakland, phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> moving now to the north bay where the driver of a stolen u haul. van has been placed
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under arrest after leading police on a chase through vacaville. here's some video from a chp helicopter that is tracking the stolen van through a neighborhood. police on scene were able to stop that van using spike strips. the driver surrendered and was taken into custody. the name of the driver has not yet been released. and on the peninsula, 62 year-old woman is accused of attempted murder following a 28 hour standoff in pacifica detectives say it started friday morning as a fight between 2 roommates on monterey road. when officers got to the scene, they found a woman stabbed 3 times in her chest. the other woman, ellen ken meyer ran to the back of the house. triggering a standoff. ken meyer turned herself in to police yesterday morning. she's being held for attempted murder. false imprisonment and violent elder abuse. the victim is being treated for her injuries and is expected to survive. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news a brazen burglary at a south bay jewelry store all
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caught on camera. we're going to hear from the frustrated store owner. >> plus, a video shows a man being attacked inside of an east bay gas station will have more on why police are asking the victim to come forward. and after the break, saving the lives of first responders, the effort in the bay area to help firefighters suffering from ptsd and depression.
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>> happening right now. a hike through the east bay all in an effort to show support and saved lives of firefighters struggling with mental illness and depression. the group red help is designed to unite family and friends of firefighters suffering from ptsd and those who lost their lives to mental illness. today's event is being held to remember alameda county firefighter eric michael who took his own life. according to the group red help more american firefighters are committing suicide than those killed in the line of duty. john preston is leading today's hike through the east bay. he lost his older brother back in 2016. >> in doing so kind of 70 and what can i do to help out an eye. keep this from happening again. so i went on to high
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630 miles and 28 days. can follow up in the san diego. so kind my intention was to show the world how much going to because that's not even near the painted. it feels to lose a sibling or a loved one to suicide. we want to go out. we're we're hiking with the members of alameda and oakland which crawl the same local local 55 it. and we're going out in, you know, showing their brothers and sisters that the fire departments and the family that is actually going to be out there with us as well. that. where we're still here to honor. erica eric was a husband. he was a father. he wants the u.s. and he what this firefighter that how the struggle of plus my stress and it's gone now. yeah, it's 7. year-old life. and and we just want to honor who he was and doing so with this high.
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>> the hike started at 8 o'clock this morning at castro valley fire station 25 that set to end that emeryville fire station. 24. we'll be right back.
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>> take a look at this. chp
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had to make 2 rescues yesterday along the blue ridge trail near lake berryessa. the first rescue happened in the morning when a hiker suffered a medical emergency and needed to be airlifted to a hospital. no word on what that medical issue was that they were suffering from. but just several hours later in the afternoon. a second rescue had to happen when temperatures were much higher. chp got a call of 2 hikers in distress on a trail. they were taken to a local rest area where they were evaluating given a little bit of water. officials are reminding everyone with these increase temperatures. you should not be out hiking if you're not experienced and especially if you don't have enough water a lot of people are headed to the water, the beaches and our local rivers try and cool off during this extreme heat. but there are some safety reminders that people need to be aware of doing those activities as well. throwing a shot has more from the sacramento river.
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>> we're going to go to being first this family came from the delay of the nation area to bring the hot temps. enjoy a day on the river. tell you as they say whether they're in the bay area for here in sacramento. the safety precautions on the same jackets designated of water and sunscreen we had planned this couple weekends out. >> we did not realize it was going to be 108 today. yeah, that was not part even nicer because the rivers pretty cold. so it makes you want to jump in and actually enjoy the water instead of looking there virginia be dying because of the pair of be all over i do not want to be here getting >> this sacramento couple of 41 years say they have the best seat in the house, in the shade and next to the boat launch watching the fun from
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the estate with a to guide over it to score any of they with brain. they for me the bible of the bush and then they come to that. we were >> i think he may he living got. and then you say >> the parsons family of citrus heights found a cool respite in the midst of the beach long as it's safe and they've got their life jackets on and everybody's protect is safe. it's all good. that's the difference between life and death. often is wearing the appropriately sized life jacket. in sacramento. rowena shaddox fox 40 news. >> might be a good day to get. yourself over towards the water and the shore lines that's where you're going find the coolest temperatures going to be pretty hot in the east
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bay, north bay, south. they kind of look over a day. >> yeah. we're all in looking for a minor relief that's occurring here and we can see the fog starting to peel away from the east bay shoreline. you can see blue skies. also appearing there. but that marine layer still there. it's just not in the form of fog, but we still have the flow pattern coming in from the coast. good news. and that's going continue to insulate you folks along the east bay shoreline, which is why you're not in any of these statements. you get up to the hills and points east. that's where you got the heat going. that's going to happen again for today. golden gate bridge. all socked in by all the the hawkeye said cloud cover that too. again until this mixes out later this morning already up to 84 antioch. but keep the greens around the perimeter of the bay things much better and it will stay that way throughout the day for today. futurecast for looks like this. we shake off that fog. it's to see the flare up of thunder showers up in the mountains of the afternoon rinse repeat do the same thing again here on the home front as we continue to get a little cooler each day and the flaring up of thunder showers in the mountains in the
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afternoon. now, what will happen upstream as this high breaks down little bit. we get more of a flow pattern from the northwest ushering in systems from the pacific northwest. not rain as we wish, but at least this onshore flow will continue and really start cooling us down more aggressively today. not a bad effort. there you see the numbers pop a little bit double digits. a lot of the east bay without this. we see numbers even higher than we're going to see today. nice insulation in san francisco in southern marin. again, increase this tomorrow. as you can see, they pop in terms of the winds picking off to the east bay. so putting this all together. heat advisory warning going on today except for the east bay. the shoreline and also san francisco and also southern solano fairfield appoints the south. you're not in this anymore. you can been taken off of the sacramento office tomorrow. hot inland 90's while inland. we've got 70's and 80's their back, which will feel a lot better for july. and then for this week we continue the cooling trend to the 70's and the 80's happening inland chile at the coast, though, getting maybe
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an sub 6066 san francisco 73 for oakland 84. meanwhile, for san jose. there are the numbers pop. you can see well inland in the upper 90's 103 still for any ocso the still some hot numbers to be had last day of this going forward, although there might be a couple pockets on monday. they might issue something for later on. well, that 4 zone forecast coming up for you in just a bit. well, thanks, dave. starting tomorrow. the historic bixby bridge along highway one. >> in big sur is going to be closed for maintenance during the overnight hours. those closures will take place from 10:00pm until 06:30am. it's going to be happening over the course of the next 3 weeks. now the bridge and the road will be open on the weekends to kind of accommodate for those heavier traffic. that's expected. but there's no detour for this closure traffic control is going to be directing drivers to turn around during that 10:00pm to 06:00am closure time. for oakland. firefighters are now up in oregon. helping to put out the boot lake fire. that
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fire was sparked by lightning and has already scorched more than 38,000 acres evacuations are under way up there. the fire is just one percent contained. the oakland fire crew is helping on the front lines in klamath county fire crews from across the bay area are also up in oregon as part of a 2 strike team sent to help battle that blaze. still ahead, marvel back on the big screen this weekend with the release of black widow. we have a preview. >> of that and other movies straight ahead.
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>> welcome back. 9.24 on this sunday morning. and if you're looking to avoid the heat later this afternoon might we suggest an air-conditioned movie theater. there are some big new movies hitting theaters, including the first new marvel movie and almost 2 years. dean richards has a preview. >> was an inventor. i mean, the stakes. comic book fans were no strangers to the black widow when scarlet johansen brought her to life in 2000 ten's iron man, 2, she's since been done. 7 marvel extravaganzas and now continues the quality and excitement that we've come to expect in her own movie. black
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widow. it all follows the events of captain america civil war. so it'll help but is not as central to have some mcu knowledge going into the movie. she's alone and on the run both from the notoriety of becoming an avenger, but also from her own past the young girl being raised by an army of female super assassin run by a powerful soviet bad guy. there's plenty of back story that's explaining that, though. it's not quite a prequel as well as incredible nonstop globe. trotting action and adventure. that's completely exciting and setting up obvious future installments. and as is the marvel tradition along with a solid story. there's plenty of smart humor to go with the action as always, great moral to take home this one about the importance of family. there's also the tradition of staying for the extra scene after the credits. this one will tell you a lot for what will follow this dean's list a in theaters and also on
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disney. plus premier access know if you watch the original gossip girl, you might want to check out the rebooted version that's now on hbo. max, that follows a new set of upper east side students with similar scenarios as the original only more diverse still seen through the eyes of an anonymous blogger. the new gossip girl feels much like the old one only with a fresh coat of paint. the 1st half of the 12 episode season is streaming. now second happens coming in the fall is the last to wear asked are going to find a couple 100 more funny monsters. also in the everything old is new again. department is monsters at work. a new series that picks up where the original monsters inc movie left off. >> billy crystal and john goodman of return to their previous voice roles as mike and sully. they're joined by mindy kaling henry winkler and superstores ben feldman. see it on disney. plus, oh, and one more sequel. this one of the slasher variety in fear street. part 2 1978. it's the
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second installment in the summer horror trilogy based on the rl stine novels. this one set during an annual competition between rival summer camps. the blood iif and is flowing on netflix only women to get the love of my life back and believe it or not, it was 20 years ago this week that the world was introduced to the l a sorority girl elle woods who decides to get back at her boyfriend who dumped her 4 nothing smart enough. >> by enrolling in harvard law school relive legally blonde on multiple platforms including netflix and amazon prime video of you have a great weekend in chicago and dean richards.
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>> 9.30 here on this sunday morning in death valley really living up to its name this weekend. the visitor center in appropriately called a furnace creek reached 128 degrees yesterday. that's down just slightly from the 130 degrees. it posted on friday, which was only the 5th time in recorded history that that area has hit that number. the world record there in death valley, though 134 degrees. so one 28 chump change except i definitely would not be able to far as got a little bit more detail.
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just how warm we're getting here across the bay area gets hot. >> rather than but better. the furnace least was a dry heat right. right. okay. nothing humidity like the furnaces give you a nice don't all sticky and hot in there. way we got today. another day like yesterday except there is an improvement. we've changed the map a little bit in terms of the coverage area. when we did the work seeing a big change in that too, which helps out. and it's the same factor that's helping everybody out a little bit more that onshore wind that brings in the marine layer that feels good. it gives us the morning cloud cover the fog and all of that. we still have this at half moon bay. this fog at the coast is going to be more aggressive than linger a little later. but here's the map. the change slightly solano county, the southern and you're out of this now because of that marine layer in the winds will be filed today. tend to be somewhat contra. costa county will probably feel too. but you're in that warning zone and numbers will be still plenty lofty this afternoon heat advisory still in place up in the north bay in the south bay in the normal suspects along the east bay shoreline san
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francisco not in a new warning that before anyway. so it should be the last day of this. and we should see a big improvement by tomorrow. there are the winds for you on shore covering the delta. that's why they've taken out of southern solano county. the sacramento forecast office and we see some winds whipping around in portions of tri valley and off to valleys in the far east bay. but already up to 80 degrees in antioch. so still warming up 60's down to the south bay and 53 meanwhile for san francisco, the lowdown today 92 at 1 o'clock at 4 at 93. we'll get into the woods a little bit with your 4 zone forecast in just a bit. >> they're not afraid they just basically coming here. they know they have good enough time. the police told get your money into lake. >> a bold smash and grab robbery in the south bay hundreds of thousands of dollars in jewelry stolen and it's not the first time that store has been targeted. the brazen break in happened at the jefferies diamonds and gold smith said campbell kron
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four's amanda hari talk with the owner and has a look at the damage left behind. >> the owner is very frustrated. he says staff here spent about a day just trying to clean up all of the glass from this break in. and you can see right here just how much damage was done with all of this cracking here. this is the window they actually managed to get through. but this one shows you just how much force was required to do that. it's we've been through this before and i this is the time we've been robbed last 5 years and geoffrey's diamonds owner aaron poliec says the burglars are getting more bowl last time they were here for 2 minutes. second none. >> the police was here right after that. and this time it's 5 minutes and. within 30. think about security camera video shows the moment the suspects busted through the window. >> you can see it in the corner of your screen. 3 people then russian side to use a hammer to start breaking the display cases and taking everything inside. they're not afraid anymore. they just
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basically coming here. they know they have. >> good enough time. >> the get your money into late colleague estimates. they stole about $250,000 worth of jewelry. the store already has double lemonade windows and a high frequency alarm. they're now moving the jewelry to safes overnight. but he says he wishes the police would do more think. i think we should have a little more police presence on down in downtown, especially between the hours of 02:00am and 05:00am because every single artery that we've had happened at the same time. 03:00am the owner tells me he doesn't believe there's any chance that police will manage to recover all of the jewelry. >> in campbell amanda hari kron 4 news. >> over in the east bay hayward police need help. finding an older asian man who was attacked at a gas station happened on july 5th. we do have some video from the chevron gas station. witnesses told detectives the attacker asked the man if he was asian several times before slapping him across the face. both the
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victim and the attacker left before police could get there. but one of those witnesses was able to get the license plate of the attack are now detectives say they know who this attacker is, but they can't move forward without the victim filing charges now anyone with information on the incident or anyone knowing who this victim might be is urged to contact hayward police. we're learning more details about a deadly crash that killed a little boy in san jose. it happened friday evening near camden avenue and coos or road. investigators say the young boy was crossing camden in a crosswalk against a do not walk signal. now, the driver of the suv was headed south on cam. didn't have the green light at the intersection. the driver did remain at the scene after the crash and is cooperating with detectives. officials say it doesn't appear the driver was under the influence at the time. the death is san jose is 26 to traffic deaths of 2021.
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for your money. now millions of families could start getting monthly. federal child tax credit checks starting this upcoming thursday, our washington, dc correspondent reshad hudson axplains how it benefits working families. this is going to help. >> democrats like senate majority leader chuck schumer say this year's expanded child tax credit is the country's largest investment in working families. it does great things for our economy. pumping money into it for the rest of the year. many parents of children under the age of 6 are eligible for $300 monthly payments or $250 for children. 6 to 18 people who didn't make enough to file taxes will still be eligible for the payments. this is the largest attacks child tax credit history and indiana. congressman andre carson says there are no restrictions on how to spend the money. it will be providing historic relief to families at a time when they need it the most.
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democrats say the child tax credit payments will cut child poverty in half. but republicans worry it will lead to more government spending. robert rector with the conservative think tank. the heritage foundation believes the program will incentivize people not to work. when you pay people not to work. >> they were rector says work requirements should be added for anyone receiving payments. we can even be more generous. then the existing system. but we expect you to take steps to help yourself. the payments expire at the end of the year. but democrats say they would like to see them renewed and 20 22 reporting in washington. reshad hudson. >> and national headlines recovery efforts continue in surfside, florida. now more than 2 weeks following the deadly condo collapse. officials say the recovery mission is moving along with great urgency. more bodies have been pulled from rubble over the last day. the death toll stands at 90 people more than 2 dozen are still
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unaccounted for us. first responders desperately try to provide closure to the families. >> teens are continuously working tirelessly to make progress on the site of the collapse. one shared purpose to bring closure to the families who are waiting the 3 days of their loved ones. >> officials say they're beginning to distribute millions of dollars in donations to help those victims. for your health. the fda is refusing pfizer's authorization request for a 3rd shot of its covid-19 vaccine pfizer plans to seek authorization for a booster dose and august saying it would provide better protection against the delta variant. but in a joint statement, both the fda and cdc say americans do not need boosters yet adding it's not up to companies alone to decide when they might be needed. >> this is science and motion and there's always going to be debate about the best way to
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proceed and trying to predict the future. as we've already noted over the last 16 months of this epidemic is really hard and so continuing to be active in proactively about how to prevent this going forward is really important. >> pfizer says they're also developing a new version of the vaccine to target the delta strain specifically they expect to launch clinical trials for that version next month. in this morning's dine and dish were visiting top of the mark in san francisco where the menu and music are getting a hip make over of sorts. vicki liviakis takes a look. >> we get an invite check out the new changes at the iconic top of the market. people have been coming to the top of the mark since 1939 to soak up the views and get a taste of san francisco. there are about to experience something just a little bit different. the 19th floor of the mark hopkins has seen a lot. it's long live music bygone fancy food with. >> silver and gold service.
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but covid-19 shutdown. the historic hotel for a spell and really much of the fresh approach to be more appealing to also younger organs in the hotel and what's in the local environment. sure the foggy 360 degree views are still there. but the food entertainment is another matter. >> gone. are discovery bay replaced by it stirs the jays. now we just want and han stat and the new element of surprise and excitement. the hotel's general managers invited the press to get an idea of what to expect. like-new appetizer menu signature cocktails and a table side. tasting experience that includes caviar colorful kolr chocolate and there's hanson of sonoma vodka it takes until 6 of the new partner them with these amazing talk that chris kohler. >> and it's a really fun experience get labor and vodka and a little flavor of sweetness and talk with
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together. >> the hope here is that for locals and tourists. the refreshed top of the mark really hits the mark. >> and you really get to experience a true part of the legacy of beautiful city is all about in san francisco. the key will kiss kron 4 news. >> we are always looking for great places to dine or get takeout in your neighborhood. just use your camera on your phone, scanned. the qr code that you see on your screen. we'll take you straight to the dine and dish web page where you can submit your favorite restaurant for us to feature. >> and it's another hot one across the bay today for those inland valleys, particularly as we still see locked in the 90's and the lower triple digits will see that. also up in the north bay too. got a check in your 4 zone forecast and the extended with relief fund coming back in a bit.
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ahead, we're looking a slightly improved forecast here. you know, the advisory zone is still in place and all the stuff on the map. but there's a slight amendment which numbers show you a bit overcast skies as we can see from half moon bay. the familiar map and there's a gap now developing in here. why is our friend the fog on shore flow. all working in tandem right across the delta. as you can see, one of the reasons why, you know, is always cool like that. but right the delta. so that's going to take more coverage. and it's really important. noting that in san francisco because we've been through this in the last few years. if you get the height the right spot and you don't get those winds. that's where san francisco can go through the 80's. the 90's, even 100 plus. but when you take that
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away and you have the winds at work. it's a totally different program. so this important. we get these winds like this and we're going to see that return tomorrow by this point. the high tomorrow and tuesday really start to break down. so we're losing our upper level support with that good as we look forward in the week ahead. we continue this cooling trend will get nips. a little systems coming in from our north. it's all going to say to the north, unfortunately, we're not going to get anything from in terms of any rain, but we just get some cooler temperatures upstream. this is late next weekend. we're getting a bubbling up from the southeast here. this sometimes can be a little bit of an higher level thunder showers doesn't appear in the cards for us. we'll get some passing clouds here sunday, monday of next week. that's about it. it's like to do much temperatures either. but just something to watch as we start to get knee deep into monsoon season which will take us at octob r 66 san francisco to the coast or in the lower 60's bayside 79 for burlingame to the south will get to.
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well, 90's are gone. it's now the lower 80's as it is in the santa clara valley. how about that, 84 san jose 85 going on for santa clara 87 for cupertino east bay shoreline to the south lower 80's upper 90's in the far east bay out the tri valley there. dublin still at 91, but at least we're not triple digits here concord at 9795 for walnut creek 69 for berkeley. the air conditioner at 7397 fairfield. there's back of the one o 5. you can see a contrast there, too. 86 for now, but 93 for sonoma 92 santa rosa, the improved forecast for the new flow pattern. breaking down high pressure. it's down to the lower 80's and those inland spots that we're triple digits. meanwhile, along the east bay shoreline. we'll do the upper 60's near about 70 and up the coast at around 60. >> talk to people with disabilities. the theme. if you talk to anyone else. >> no need to make it weird. >> disability. it's been
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called the silent d in diversity. and after a year of talking about how important it is for institutions and businesses to focus on diversity. i thought it was time to highlight those who our society all too often leaves out now, you might not know this, but july is disability pride month and today i'm joined by a woman named emily le dow. she is an activist public speaker and author and she's here to kind of give us the scoop on how to be a better ally to our disabled community members to emily, thank you so much for joining me. i want you to first introduce yourself to us. i know you've been a disability advocate since you were 10 years old. that's rain. no, i am so excited to be here. and what you can't see. but what is below the screen is that i am a wheelchair user so i am one in 4 american adults who has a disability. >> my disability specifically is a physical disability. so that means that i use a wheelchair to get around the world.
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>> 10 years old. you decided, ok, i need to go out and start speaking about my disability. talk to me a little bit about what disability pride months means to you. >> i think that my understanding of disability pride has evolved as i the bald over the years. great, though society looks down upon this ability. and for me that meant that i internalized looking down on disability. i did not understand its ability as something that was a positive part of my identity until much later in life. when i began connecting with the broader community of other people with disability. you when i was boring. the only person in my life with a disability. and even this is rare was my mother, my mother shares the same disability. and i do so i had a bit of an advantage in that i was able to see a disabled role model, a disabled adult out and about in the world. but it was until i really started to connect with peers with disability and realize that i'm part of the
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community, a beautiful and diverse community that i began to feel this really deep sense of pride in this part of who i am. this part of my identity. i think you kind of hit the nail on the head there because it you know, i have a cousin who is disabled. i have a friend who was disabled who actually connected me with you so that we could have this conversation here and they were honestly the only 2 people in my life that i had, you know, had experience with i think, you know, and if you don't have that, then sometimes, you know, the unknown can be a little uncomfortable for some people what you definitely shouldn't be. and i know you have a podcast. >> you have a blog called words i we'll buy, which i just love that title. talking about who you're trying to reach on those platforms. >> so the truth is that i'm trying to reach everybody. i think that we don't recognize the disability of the part of everyone's lives, whether or not the disability is a parent like mine. i use a wheelchair or not parent, something that
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you can perhaps somebody who is autistic, right. you might not notice that disability. but we all have someone in their lives, whether we recognize it or not and maybe even ourselves. we just haven't gotten around to identifying it does evil yet and so for me and all of the work that i do. i'm trying to reach anyone who i can needs to hear and learn and understand what the disability experience like. and i have. saying that i like to you. it's that if we want the world to be accessible to the disability community, then let's as people with disability. you make. our experience is accessible and really double to the people around us right. we can do our part as disabled people, especially during disability pride to really owner identity and share our story. and so when i'm writing when i'm pod casting, my hope is that anyone who's willing to listen. and larry, i want to meet them where they're at. well, i know you did a lot of
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writing. you have a book that's coming out this fall. it's called demystifying disability. >> i honestly think we could all use this on our bookshelves. it's going to be available on amazon and all and also to different platforms. give us an idea of what we're going to find inside your book. >> absolutely. so my goal in writing this book was really to create a friendly and approachable primer to disability. it was nothing like that currently on shelves, although their time the media by disabled people. but sometimes it feels really scary. as you were mentioning before it's unfamiliar. it can be uncomfortable. where do we start? i wanted to give people a judgment free space where they can start where they can get questions answered about language and disability when making a question answered about what disability actually is things about any things and that disability in the media a little bit of disability history. this is a really great starting point for anybody who have questioned and they're afraid to ask those questions. i want people to feel like disability isn't
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scary. it's just another part of the human experience. i in the book there are a couple of points that you that you make about, you know what to do when you're interacting with someone with a disability. and i think the number one point that come out with his be your usual self. you don't have to speak any differently. >> you have speak slower louder than usual. i i know that's something i'm sure you have encountered over the course of your life. >> absolutely. i think that people are unsure how to interact with disabled people. but dear usual self really is the best advice that i can give because a disabled person is just that a person interact with them in the same way that you would interact with someone you know, to be not disabled. emily, thank you so much for joining me this morning. happy a disability pride month. i really, really appreciate your time. >> thank you so much for having me. happy disability we'll be right back.
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>> before we go, we want to give you one last check of your weather forecast that triple digit heat attacking us again today. but after today things cool down pretty significantly as we make our way through the week. lower 80's by the time we reach thursday. so definitely do
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what you can to beat the heat today. make sure you have an extra water bottle on if you need if you're headed out the door. otherwise enjoy the beautiful day. it is a little foggy in some spots. so enjoy that relief if you can. thanks so much for joining us here on the kron 4 weekend morning news. i'm noelle bellow. we'll see you next saturday.
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