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that's what we're made for. usaa. what you're made of, we're made for. get a quote today. >> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. ews at now they don't forget to bring your vaccination card the next time you go out for a cocktail in san francisco. otherwise you might not get into the bar of your choice. >> and with infections around the bay area looking closer to last summer's covid spike. >> put another mask mandate be on the horizon. >> and to picture and the warriors selecting 2 new players in the 2021 nba draft. good evening. thanks for joining us for kron 4 news at 8. i'm ken wayne and i'm catherine heenan. pam moore has the night off.
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>> the 2021 nba draft going on right now. some big decisions were made at chase center. these players, you see here were both drafted by the warriors in the first round kron 4 sports reporter kylen mills live at the warriors house chase center with some developing details hey, guys, we're all set up here in the media staging area at chase center just waiting to hear from warriors. general manager bob myers. i think everyone's really curious just to see what he has to say after so many reports of the warriors have been trying to trade these lottery picks. they made tonight, however, overall, i would say this was an excellent draft class for the warriors. everyone really seemingly happy with the picks they made. first with the 7th overall selection. >> in the 2021 nba draft. they chose jonathan coming guy. he's a 6 foot 8, 210 pound forward from the democratic republic of congo. the recently played just over the bay bridge. in fact, for the g league ignite out of walnut
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creek coming to average 15.8 rebounds a rather points and 7.2 rebounds per game he's athletic first toll has the potential to be really excellent defender. a guy that just has a lot of upside. but he made need some time to develop. so it was looking like he might be someone that the worst could be shopping around even before the end of tonight's draft. now with the 14th overall pick the were selected arkansas's moses moody the 6 foot 6, 205 pound shooting guard just wrapped up an outstanding freshman campaign averaging 16.6 points and 5.8 boards per game. he also was named the sec freshman of the year. he has an excellent catch and shoot game. a similar to what you might see for klay thompson and he someone who worked out with the warriors he's someone they talked about a lot throughout this draft process. he someone they've been high on for a while and he's someone that i think would maybe be a little more nba ready. however, we still don't know what could happen before
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the night is over. there has been, like i said, a lot of talk, a lot of rumors about the words potentially trading either of these picks trying to package them up before the draft happened to try to get a star and still even after the draft has happened. now, could they try to package either one of these guys up with andrew wiggins. james wiseman to try to pick up another all-star who could team up with steph curry draymond green and klay thompson as their window together is quickly closing in the words to want to get those guys back to a championship. of course, we'll have much more coming up in just a little bit in sports for now. we're live at chase center. kylen mills kron 4 news all right. calling island. thank you very much. hear from bob myers pretty soon we'll have an update when it comes out. >> if you want to drink at a bar in the city, be prepared to show your vaccination record. that is now the reality at almost 500 bars in san francisco. they are all part of the san francisco bar alliance kron four's terisa stasio report and how at least one place is planning to enforce that rule. >> for me. i look at it as
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this more than 500 club has been here 70 years. dow and s in these 70 years neighborhoods always supported us. it's our turn now to support the neighborhood that is owner all leave the 500 club in san francisco and a member. >> of the san francisco bar alliance who recently collectively decided to put into place a policy show your covid-19 record or don't belly up here. >> we were. we were slightly worried over the last week or after i decided i was going to do this. i spoke to a lot of other lot of other business owners and a lot of them actually put more fear in me that that anything you know, reminding me of how much business we might lose that. how we might turn people away. and i was quick to realize that as many people that you know, turn their nose. today's and walk away there's been even more people away. pick. we're going to appreciate the fact that there's a safe haven. but there's you know, someplace where we're at the state know that this app is
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taking measures protect the neighborhood police as he put up the signs thursday. he and other members of the bar alliance. >> say that the pandemic was brutal for business, making them shut down and they want to do all they can to continue keeping their doors open, especially right now with the exceptionally transmissible, delta variant wreaking havoc. >> you know, it's just different systems. we've always at the cusp everything any modern history. >> this is as good a chance as any show to show our efforts to address a big sur and to stay ahead of >> as far as bar goers. >> and with that, i think it's fair. good. actually frightened of it and got here both as you walk >> theresa kron 4 news. >> in the south bay santa clara county is fighting ak hike in covid infections related to the delta variant
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with the 3 county owned hospital saying new cases almost exclusively related to unvaccinated people. but as a whole, the region has the most fully vaccinated people of any large county in the nation. >> close to 70% of fully vaccinated. people in this county. it's about 1.3 million and counting. 85 close to 85% of our residents are vaccinated with at least one dose for numbers. you know, in the latinx community, initially were incredibly are very proud let the nose over the age of 50 are now so close to 76% fully vaccinated. >> infections from santa clara county tend to be among younger people. that will be the focus of new outreach efforts as a lot of schools are getting ready to resume in-person classes next month. the biden administration has has announced new requirements for federal workers. anybody who does not verify being fully vaccinated. they'll have to wear a mask will have to get tested every week and
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physically distance from other employees. also face travel restrictions. the white house is hoping the guidelines will be an example for private employers around the country. >> as some of the larger bay area businesses such as apple and google delay, getting all their employees back into the office. that's having a trickle down effect on the smaller businesses which rely on those customers before the pandemic. some restaurants in san bruno would see a steady flow of customers for breakfast, lunch and dinner coming from the eu to than walmart office buildings nearby. now that those offices are empty. the restaurants have been hurting. >> it's not good because we've been struggling all this time and we're going to continue struggling too. make ends meet. >> the hash isn't bruise owner says he's also having a hard time finding workers. the price of food has gone up in some cases doubling and delivery trucks sometimes arrive without the things he ordered says he's now working
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20 hours a day to try to keep things going. meantime, foster city down the road. the latest city to require everyone to wear face coverings indoors. this is at city operated facilities. the announcement is meant to align with recent federal and regional health recommendations said have called for but not yet required masking one going into most indoor public spaces. well, san mateo and contra costa counties implemented a similar masking requirement for everyone entering a county facility. starting today. apple is requiring customers to wear masks and that's whether or not they're fully vaccinated. apple has encouraged employees to get vaccinated. but. >> it is not required at this time. the company did begin mandating masks for employees. that was earlier this month. now masks are required for all customers and more than half of us stores. i think that's awesome. that they that because, you know, a lot of
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people vaccinated yet and those people that are and should be vaccinated for is not to at least that's another way to keep others safe. >> and i think it's smart for apple to do that and their customers and their employees safe. >> we checked the apple website. it appears that all bay area locations are requiring masks for everybody. los angeles, yolo and sacramento counties have started requiring everyone to wear masks when they're indoors. so far san francisco has stopped short of doing the same thing. but that could be just around the corner. kron four's. dan kerman reports. >> we anticipate that if we do absolutely nothing and we continue down this path. we can be assured that at least 300 people will die within a short time period. a dire prediction from san francisco mayor london breed about the need to protect city residents from the covid-19 delta variant. >> that's why city leaders are now considering requiring everyone vaccinated or not to
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wear masks indoors. >> yes, we are looking at mask mandate for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. yes, we are looking at mandatory vaccines for folks who are not necessarily just city employees. we're looking at those with the city attorney's office. now, as soon as we have the details of what we are able to do. >> we will do them if mandated san francisco would join less than a handful of other california counties which have turned to federal and state masking recommendation into a requirement. >> i think it's unfortunate that we need to move back to masking. but looking at the numbers and how incredibly aggressive this delta variant seems to be in terms of transmission capability. we are very supportive of that laurie thomas is executive director of the golden gate restaurant association. >> she says a survey of its members last week found 66% of those responding supportive of
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an indoor mask mandate despite the fact that many restaurants are now just getting back up on their feet. >> we want to keep our restaurants open. we want to keep that the capacity levels we are. and if this can help maybe cut back the surge than what we've we've been supportive of it. no details on when the city will decide whether or not to impose a mask mandate. probably a good idea to keep one of these with you just in case it happens in san francisco. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> meanwhile, san mateo county is not considering a mandate for masks or social distancing at this time. that's according to a tweet from the county today. their health department does continue to recommend masking for everyone indoors regardless of vaccination status and urges everyone to get vaccinated. if you have been exposed to covid. you better get tested. >> and again, even if you are fully vaccinated. the cdc rolling out new guidance until now. the recommendation was that fully vaccinated people
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should only need to be tested if they have symptoms. and for more on things like vaccinations on the latest mask guidelines. you can scan this qr code on your screen will take you to kron. 4 dot coms page dedicated to pandemic information. >> coming up, a car for news today. still lights has dimmed for san francisco luminary. how the bay area is remembering janice america tiny the co-founder of life church. >> also another wild sighting in the bay area. we'll let you know where the latest coyote has been spot. and that fog rolling on shore right now. think blank about their looks like we've got more to come. details coming up next in weather.
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>> the number of americans collecting unemployment benefits went down last week. another sign the job market continues to recover. jobless claims dropped by 24,000, meaning they were down to 400,000 last week. that's according to the labor department, the weekly applications have fallen steadily this year from a peak of 900, 4,000 in early january. but they remain high by historic standards before the pandemic shutdowns in march 2020 claims for coming in at about 220,000 a week. >> president biden says the nationwide eviction ban will
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expire this saturday. the white house says it couldn't do anything about that to extend it because the supreme court ruled the measure could only be extended until the end of the month. the moratorium was put in place last september by the cdc here in california. the eviction ban is in effect until the end of september. >> sad news for san francisco. the co-founder of glide church. janice america ta nea has died. glide memorial announced today. she died this morning with friends and family by her side she was married to glide pastor and co-founder the reverend cecil williams, america. tani was a well-known activists in the tenderloin enter work touched many in the community at large. she was 80 years old. san francisco mayor london breed releasod a statement this afternoon that reads in part through her work at glide memorial church along with her husband, the reverend cecil williams. she served our most vulnerable residents for decades and provided a place of refuge and love for all. she was boundless inner energy and in her devotion to this city and to her fellow san
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franciscans. my heart goes out to her friends and family, especially to cecil she was loved and will never be forgotten. >> in the south bay pandemic-related court delays have not stopped victims and families from seeking justice and the gilroy garlic festival shooting century arms llc. that's the company that manufactured the gun. i used in the shooting. it's been added to the list of defendants that list also includes said the city of gilroy festival organizers and the private security firm hired that weekend. the lawsuit was first filed in november of 2019 just last week, the santa clara county superior court did okay. amending the complaint to add century arms. 3 people were killed in that shooting. 17 were injured yesterday marked 2 years since the tragedy. meanwhile, because of the ongoing light rail shut down the valley transportation authority will again run a temporary bus service. it begins this coming monday.
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>> the bus service will operate along first street in san jose from the sale de san antonio station to bay point station and then over to the milpitas part station. it will serve all the light rail stations along that route every 30 minutes on weekdays and hourly on weekends in the east bay richmond. police stumbled upon this. here's something you don't see every day double maybe triple. >> park situation. this was at the kaiser hospital parking garage in richmond. what actually happened. police say a woman accidentally accelerated public car was and drive. she thought it was in reverse and that caused the car to fall onto the parking deck below. nobody was seriously hurt. okay. now to our 4 zone forecast as we give you a look at from mount tam and. >> really dramatic shot of that fog still rolling through. yeah, it looks beautiful and chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here with a some information on what's coming up. warms? yeah. guys are getting close to the weekend. now some changes are on the
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way, but really just kind of minor fluctuations in the weather pattern right now. the fog kind of creeping back on shore as we speak. it's dense right near the coastline. the agency's kind of compress. it gives you an idea that ridge of high pressure fairly strong out there you see just the top of the trans america build. look at that, right outside right now. down beneath a 1000 feet. you've got the fog and low clouds, little deaths up toward the coastline. thick enough. the towers disappearing. >> at the golden gate bridge. again this evening is that fog is the push back on shore. but because that fog larry is close to the ground. you're not going to see a penetrate well inland overnight tonight. so something to keep in mind. we'll see the fog and low clouds again along the coastline. but it's been hot in the valleys. we're up at least the 90's and triple digits into the central valley. thunderstorms erupting over the sierra nevada once again, it was really firing up in the afternoon. that is all part of that monsoon flash flood watches still up across a good part of the sierra nevada as well all the way down in the mammoth lakes area but looks like those showers will begin to taper off. now
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as the sun set and looks like we'll get ready for more monsoonal weather as we head into the weekend. in fact, i think some of those clouds going work their way back in our direction. meantime, though, we've got some low clouds and fog beginning to move in along the coastline right now. even some batches inside the bay. those monsoonal moving out of town a little bit for tomorrow us a little bit muggy along the coastline. the temperatures out of the water's edge into the 60's. now. so running pretty warm out toward the beaches. so if you've been wondering why. so a little bit muggy at night. there you go. you've got some warmer water along the coast temperature right now. 70 degrees in dublin of the 59 degrees in san francisco. 68 in glennallen 68 also in the bottle overnight tonight, low clouds and fog will start to make their way back on. sure. you see a little months. it will cloud streaming up above but not much. and then the clouds because come so compressed. it can make its way over the east bay hill. so you're clear in livermore caulker when you wake up tomorrow morning and lots of sunshine all day. and i think you're back into at least the mid 90's by tomorrow afternoon inside the bay. it will be a
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different story. you've got those numbers running in the 60's and 70's into san francisco and oakland. then some 80's in the south bay and then 60's alpng the coastline next couple days. temperatures that cool off just a tad little muggy into saturday that looks like by sunday. still, mostly sunny skies temperatures dropping off a little bit as we get into next week. thank you, lawrence. here we go with another coyote site sighting. this time spotted in a backyard in south san francisco or at least near a backyard juniper sots as she. >> also saw a coyote last night. she's not sure if this is the same one she lives near terre bay. here's the advice. if you live in the area. be sure to keep small pets inside. make sure children are not alone when they're out. and if you come across coyote ease, don't shout or throw something in their direction and keep them fearful of humans don't run away. and especially don't give them any food. you'll never get >> still ahead at 8 o'clock, a surveillance video when an underground explosion there it is sent a man fly in. we have
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details on how he's doing and what triggered this.
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>> some new and shocking surveillance video out of queens, new york a transformer underground exploded. look at that and then man who was walking by knocking him to the ground. this happened last week. the 57 year-old victim was able to get up and get away from the flames. but he
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was severely hurt. he's now recovering at a hospital con edison. the power company. the owner of the transformer says it's investigating the cause of that explosion. >> want to buy >> police rescuing a baby from a hot car parked outside a las vegas casino. one officer pour water on the child to try to cool him off as he was crying body camera video captured the events that unfolded earlier this month. it's unclear just how long the baby was left unattended. but the good news is that baby is now doing ok, the caretaker who was allegedly inside gambling has been arrested and faces child abuse charges. >> next. today, dire drought conditions. they are getting worse again. the new restrictions that could be coming statewide. also home heartbreak, a first responder fighting the dixie fire watches his own home going up in flames. what he did next. and not a surprise. they say
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to people who know him and where the first covid booster shots were approved on a wide
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emergency planning for kids. we can't predict when an emergency will happen. so that's why it's important to make a plan with your parents. here are a few tips to stay safe. know how to get in touch with your family. write down phone numbers for your parents, siblings and neighbors. pick a place to meet your family if you are not together and can't go home. remind your parents to pack an emergency supply kit. making a plan might feel like homework, but it will help you and your family stay safe during an emergency. >> a troubling picture for california. the most recent drought monitor map shows up more of the state is an exceptional category. that's the worst level, the most recent map on the left compared to what it looked like just a week earlier, a
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lot worse drought and the water supply of the top environmental concern for most california voters. that's according to a new poll, our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains how state leaders are responding to this. >> this latest survey coming from the public policy institute of california. nearly 2 thirds of likely voters say water supplies a big problem in their part of the state. i'm heartened that california is recognized drought. >> as a real challenge that all of us need to contend with california natural resources, secretary wade pro foot reacting to a new ppi. see a poll showing drought and water supply is the top environmental concern for likely california voters. governor newsom has taken some executive action putting 50 of california's 58 counties under a drought related emergency proclamation into the governor this week said the state is eyeing all water storage strategies are also looking to groundwater replenishment water, recycling storm, water capture. >> we're looking to conduct a few strategies were looking across the spectrum of fission
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season. we are mindful of different approaches. >> in an effort to save water for now, state leaders are requesting california decrease their typical water use by 15%. but california secretary of natural resources says future limits on water use are a possibility. we're confident that california is going to step up and reduce their water usage. >> but we're also clear that we can stick our head in the sand. if the if the drought persists and conditions were sent the notion of mandatory restrictions for a wider swath of california will definitely need to be on the table. >> administration officials have said lessons learned from the last drought has helped equip state agencies and communities for this one up for new has navigated route before. >> now a gated challenging wildfire seasons in and you energy challenges like we're facing. and so, you know, we will continue to. enable communities to prosper in california is to live their lives. but increasingly, we just need to work together to get through this challenging
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period. >> state leaders set aside 5 billion dollars to address california's water issues in this year's state budget. some of that money will go toward communities that need immediate improvements to their water systems this summer in sacramento. ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> now to our 4 zone forecast. we're taking a live look outside at sfo. yeah. looks nice with that fog. a kind of rolling it's it's like a cooking thing. you know, there's something coming out of the pan is just like yeah. i'm running a little fomo little for hugo yeah. there you go. a little out there of a san francisco fog rolling out there right now. but yeah, we may have some greater concerns with this drought. you know, we've had these droughts before. this may be something that we have never seen before. you may have to look back to the medieval warm period when temperatures in the years of 800 to about 1400. >> running. very warm in europe, but they also cause drought situations along the west coast of a 10200 years.
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we've got records of that from some of the studies we've seen up in the sierra nevada. so that could be a concern. water problems could be an issue for some time to come. if that is the issue, we certainly hope not. well, here's your big dome of high pressure sending the jet stream well to the north and all the chance of storms with. of course, that's what we expect in the summer months. that's not unusual. we get that wrap around moisture around that. but year after year. we're talking about 20 years now along the western half united states. we've been in this. what's now known as a mega drought, something to be concerned about right now. looks like we've got another la nina developing heading into the next winter. usually that means we have below normal rainfall in california. not good news either. maybe we can harvest some of that moisture from that right there. that fog rolling in in the san francisco right now. you've got a lot of fog that is streaming in on shore right now. but it's kind of a low deck that's moving in. so yeah, we're going and cool temperatures along the coastline plan about 66 in san francisco. 63 in the sunset about monterra 63 in half moon
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bay. then you're warming up as you get away from that fog along the coast. 70's almost 80 in burlingame, 82 in san mateo, 80 woodside temperatures in the south bay up in the 80's nice and warm by tomorrow afternoon. still a little bit hot inland, not exceedingly hot but that mid 90's into place like pleasanton and livermore running about 9, maybe 10 degrees above the average for this time of year about 95 walnut creek 92 in moraga 76 in san leandro and about 77 degrees in hercules into the delta 70's into but they warm up as you head toward antioch about 95 degrees and 77 in mill valley next few days. we're going to see those pretty toasty. tomorrow may be cooling down a little bit on saturday. but another round the monsoonal clouds going to head through the bay area. doesn't look like we're going to see any lightning, but certainly more lightning strikes across the sierra nevada. >> thank you, lawrence. now to our wildfire coverage. the dixie fire. this is destroyed more than 60 buildings and burned more than 221,000 acres and butte counties evacuation
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orders and warnings remain in place. the fire is last word. only 23% contained. one of the buildings destroyed was the home of a firefighter who's been fighting fires in northern california for weeks reporter lonnie wong shows us how michael hambrick watched his own home burned to the ground while he was fighting the dixie fire. >> the dixie fire started in a remote part of plumas county. but over the past 2 weeks it much relentlessly toward homes in its path, including one belonging to bureau of land management helicopter attack firefighter michael hambrick. he was able to get to his house after monitoring fire radio traffic us all 40 in the 40's plan will come in. he was there for just 30 minutes i have close water running and it got to that attack and the windows. my sliders are shot or there was time to go. michael in fellow firefighters had to retreat to a staging area when the flames got too intense. >> he returns of the neighborhood. a few hours
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later, not the survey. what happened to his home. but instead to help save the homes of his neighbors, which was still in jeopardy. others. >> partially involved. don't try to put that all his actions were not a surprise to longtime girlfriend pearly double others is going to be the first one in the last one out. >> he will get whatever he can say protect county always has some measure of appreciation was shown by contributions to a go fund me over that have. and don't know these people those on this as the day after he lost his home. he raises american flag on the only structure left standing my house on my property just a little better. so that's what i want know is are fly ball. >> and that just to show that we're we will come through this stronger. >> that was lonnie wong reporting for us tonight. >> in the east bay, a team of
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ambassadors is not patrolling oakland's chinatown. they're doing everything from. >> cleaning the streets to helping police de-escalate situations. the program run by the nonprofit family. bridges. the ambassadors will power wash sidewalks, clean litter and graffiti and provide services to the homeless community and others. >> but we don't just focus on the work that we do. we keep y ears and eyes open just in case there's a cry for help or any kind of disturbances. and we hear that we always try to, you know, being, for example. sometimes of folks come through with and we hear that see what the end of bench will need and is used a simple thing as food or water. it will help provide 3hat is in the back of my truck. we have food and water running. things like that are easy to deal with. >> the program is in its pilot phase of this works. well, it will be expanded beyond oakland's chinatown.
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>> still ahead, a small businesses in san francisco's chinatown are coming under the eagle fire for alleged compliance violations. how city leaders are showing their support. also you probably heard of bitcoin, but how about miami coin how this first of its kind digital currency is expected to generate big money for the south florida city. when a truck hit my car, the insurance company wasn't fair. i didn't know what my case was worth,
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>> san francisco city officials are trying to help small businesses in chinatown hit with lawsuits based on the americans with disabilities act. the city has now announced a special fund. mayor london breed says merchants in chinatown are being targeted by a southern california law firm representing serial plaintiffs. the funding will help business owners offset the costs associated with defending against these cases. the city is also providing a total of $550,000 to help businesses comply with ada rules. at a time when you have so many businesses that are actually struggling who are barely beginning to start to season business comeback. >> that's a funding challenge that many cannot afford. and so when we heard about this, we really want to start to pull folks together in my role as administrator course. i had the mayor's office of disability that is within our shot that we're very interested in continuing to pull together the resources within our cities organizations. the department of building inspection
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department aging services just to make sure that we are covering the things is we're talking through what some of our options. one thing. >> mayor breed and city administrator carmen chu you just heard from are calling on chinatown merchants who may have received any demand letters are ada lawsuits to come forward and let the city know. they say the funding is key to preventing businesses from being shut down. >> next to date. have you noticed that seafood is getting more expensive. why shellfish are cracking your wallet. and in sports, we have more on the warriors. 2 lottery picks in the nba draft sports director jason dumas has details. plus, reaction from both of those players. coming up. for your money
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might have noticed tire seafood prices and restaurants at stores. >> that's because supply chain problems are limiting the availability of safe food and captain kids fish market and restaurant in redondo beach, for example, the price of lobster $67 a pound now. the lobster roll at the restaurant is going up about $5. another problem worker shortages. one report says seafood prices have gone up by more than 17% in the last year. the biggest hikes are for things like crab halibut lobster, which is up by more than 36% crab that sold for $28 last year's up to
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$40 halibut that was $22 a pound a year ago. now selling for about 31. >> i'm not buying that 3099 all due to 24 and probably get 2 pieces and it will be about if facts and all the it is a $50 >> for another factor international demand, particularly from china. that's cutting into our supply average fish prices in china are up by 20%. >> city of miami is launching its own crypto currency. this first of its kind digital currency is set to launch next month and city officials there say they expect to generate millions of dollars in revenue. >> and as adrian bankert report, well, miami might be first here. this is clearly just the beginning. >> the mayor of miami says the magic city is now the bitcoin capital of the world now partnering with the company city coin for miami coin. the company contracting with local governments to build up a treasury of their own version of coin. a new digital
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currency in cities around the world. it's a gold mine for miami with 30% of the bitcoin mind going to the city's general fund creating a continuous stream of revenue that can be put towards investments like citywide infrastructure projects, hosting city events and recruiting start-up companies. cities can use incentives to local businesses and residents for using the coin over cash the miami specific currency will be available for mining on august. 3rd and it's only the latest move by the mayor who in june encouraged bitcoin investors in china to move to miami with other tech companies looking to relocate to south florida. the mayor says the city could end up earning millions of dollars and differentiating their economy by fully embracing this technology. and there are plenty of the investment world who agree we're trying to do is get a favorable environment for companies to 16 and roll out the red carpet and let them know that we want them here. i do think more and more we're going to see that a lot of services, a lot products
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are going to be designed to be bought in big point. >> that was adrian bankert reporting miami's mayor says that he wants to use miami coin to help fight fund the police force things they've been trying to do. san francisco could be the next city to have its own >> israel is about to become first country to offer a covid booster shot on a wide scale. the prime minister announced that those who are 60 and over who have already been vaccinated would be the first to get that booster shots starting sunday. the decision came at a time of rising infections and concerns that the vaccine's efficacy dwindles over time. but it's not yet proven if a 3rd dose helps. >> happening tomorrow masks will again be required to disneyland. all guests will have to wear them indoors. regardless of vaccination status children under the age of 2 are exempt.
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>> and now kron 4 sports from the 18 t fiber sports desk. >> well focus tonight we've all been waiting for the warriors entered the draft with 2 lottery picks. one at 7, 1, at 14 and ended up using both of them as seven-day took this guy. think i'm a guy loved him. less that orange suit. check you out bro. he's a 6. a wing spent last year playing for the g league ignite. he's viewed as a bit of a project. but he's using with potentially averaged about 18 7 in the g league last year. at 14. the warriors selected moses moody out of the university of arkansas is a clean suit, too. i like the all-black. look with the lot of laying on him. he's 6, 6, loves to run the floor and he defends at a high level. he will be able to guard in the nba next year is also solid off the catch and shoot. we chatted with both moody and after they got selected. let's hear from the newest stays on
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stays as a team. it's a good team. >> and just maybe select angola state. i feel the perfect for me and i'm really excited to be a part of it. after that, i can get in and have a have a good place with the team that they have now really contribute as soon as possible. but i'm willing to wait develop as much as they to. exciting bunch of players and we'll hear from bob myers later in the night at a giant wrapped up their three-game series against the dodgers. >> brandon crawford was back on the aisle and in his first at-bat. >> how about a single down the left-field line. 2 runs come in to score phe giants. grab an early 2. nothing lead welcome back. crawl. how about johnny cueto has been up and down all year. but today he was stellar. he gets max muncy swing and there are both the breeze he would throw five-plus innings of shutout ball 5 strikeouts 6 ending dies up by 4. and that's the game right there. strikes out cody bellinger to escape with the bases loaded giant shut out the dodgers 5 to zip. they
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take 2 of 3 from l a they got the houston astros coming to town. that series starts tomorrow. day 2 of practice for the forty-niners and one of the biggest storylines will be nick bosa and the progress of his knee. he's regaining his form slowly but surely the 2019 defensive rookie of the year says his goal is to be back and ready by week one. meanwhile, on the other side of the ball. trey lance is still getting to know and learning how to be a pro and part of that entailed fielding annoying questions about his relationship with jimmy garoppolo. we heard from both tray and nick today. >> i'm really happy with where i'm at coming out actually. happy that i thought of like i was still with some stuff. but since i've been out here, it's it's responded amazing. we're going to take it slow. but.
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i'm very encouraged. >> feel like, you are more comfortable. definitely now that that i did or no you know, anytime you, you go through something and learn it and then get to take some time when kind of, you know, really learn about myself now coming through and doing it again for, you know, really learned the 3rd time through help the time and house time. you know, i can. so the release of my teammates. i have now feel more comfortable here and more comfortable asked questions. >> i got to tell you guys this time of the year. late july, the dog days of summer is usually boring but not here in the bay. we have the forty-niners in training camp with the brand new quarterback rookie top pick. we have dodgers and giants taking on each other. middle of a crazy run who wins that nl west and then nba draft 2 lottery picks for the warriors. so we had a whole day full of sports stuff. we got it all covered. everything's looking up. everything's looking up most in a fun time to cover sports and absolutely fun. time to be a fan. yes. thanks, jason. all
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right. coming up in honor of the olympics. other big sporting event. a beautiful display in chicago is showing up. japanese art and culture are going to take a look. >> in tonight's destination. japan.
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the u.s. if you're looking for a lesson on japanese art and culture. chances are you'll find it at the japanese culture center of chicago. >> shannon halligan reports. >> through the windows of some chicago businesses. what may seem just like floral arrangements are actually part of a japanese art exhibit known as it keep idea was generally to be able to view them from the outside and so, you pre june 11 people that have this opportunity to safely. enjoy the art. of course, learn about japanese culture and then of course support the local businesses. steven toyota is the president of the japanese culture center which put on makeup on a walk. it's just one of many traditional events and classes put on by the center dating back to 1977, i guess my reason or inspiration to help share japanese culture. it's from our founder who is also my father for to he was sent here actually from japan to help share japanese culture. the japanese consulate general said events like this are
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important in building relationships and knowledge of japan. we have a wrong he studio. but you can on about a long history. but he said the money so it this is very important and i think he sees one very specific aspect of the japanese car. just i hope everybody can enjoy that for the jcc, all of the events and classes they hold are part of the traditional japanese curriculum to use the whole mind body and spirit. so not just. >> basically training for martial arts, not just sitting meditation. you have to put on the practice and that's why we clicker fee and meditation and the martial arts and all the other things to have that real holistic approach reporting in chicago. i'm shannon halligan. >> and that wraps up kron 4 news at 8. but our primetime news continues at the top of the hour with justine waltman and vicki liviakis was racing across the studio floor and made it hot the press. all right, guys, thanks, ken. thanks, catherine. here's what we're working on for 9 with.
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>> hundreds of bars in san francisco now requiring proof of vaccination. we're looking into whether that policy is actually gaining traction in other parts of the bay. and with cases involving the delta variant showing up and fully vaccinated. people. >> local health officials are reminding everyone to get tested if they show any symptoms. but this might not be as convenient as it was a few months ago finding a test is a little more difficult. these stories and a lot more coming u
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>> when foreign tine from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at i just really folks to. >> hopefully start normalizing the idea of getting a vaccine of asking for one instead of it being such an outlier kind of a thing. for some reason it's controversial. >> yeah. more bars and restaurants all across the bay area requiring customers to be vaccinated earlier this week, hundreds of bars in san francisco came together to support the idea of showing proof of vaccination or leased a negative covid-19 for entry. good evening, everybody. i'm vicki liviakis and i'm justine waldman in for grant lotus tonight. now this new vaccination plan is catching on with business owners in the south bay. >> kron four's. dan thorn live for us now in san jose. he joins us with more. a bar there that's adopting these new roles. how's it going down.

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