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once they taste that warm nacho cheese sauce... they won't stop till there's nothing left. taco bell's fry force. now serving at a taco bell near you. >> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news heading our crews responded arrival they found heavy smoke and fire showing. >> now massive fire on the peninsula since thick black smoke into the skies tonight. we're learning more details on how this may have sparked. that's where we start to sunday night here on kron. 4 news at 8 o'clock. welcome jonathan mccall justine enjoying the night off this fire in redwood city was breaking news tonight here on kron 4 news at 6. it happened near a valero gas station at whipple avenue in veterans boulevard just east of highway
one. oh, one. that's where we find kron four's. gayle ong live tonight with the details. talking with investigators about how this all started. and boy, what a difference a few hours make gayle. >> yeah, jonathan quiet. now all the crews have left for the evening and the gas station is back open. you can see just part of it is blocked off over where the fire was happening. if you can see that caution tape right behind me. and here's how it looked earlier. the video you just saw a citizen app video shows that thick black smoke and the flames shooting up in the sky redwood city police quickly blocked off surrounding lane so crews can get to the scene. the call came in just before 04:00pm this afternoon for a homeless encampment fire. >> and it many fire crews have responded from all over san mateo county from menlo park, san mateo and a redwood city and cal fire fire departments and the fire chief of redwood city says that the fire was put out quickly because of the mutual aid. >> crews. i'm late several
lines and was to fire. all right. now the fire is under investigation for the cause and there are no injuries reported. no structures were down and said that then the 2 shipping containers, the restored full of tires. >> and the as you can see, all the surrounding lanes are back open and i did speak to the gas station attendant who is just grateful. nobody was hurt. but you can also see it's business as usual. jonathan live in redwood city. gayle ong kron 4 news want to see there was no major damage as a result. they'll thank you. >> now the wildfire coverage the sunday night, the dixie fired. now the second largest wildfire in california state history. >> the fire continuing to explode in size and has now burned through more than 463,000 acres and still tonight remains only 21% contained only the august complex fires from last year are larger those series of fires combined to burn more through a million acres tonight. first responders say as many as 4 people still
remain unaccounted for today. governor gavin newsome spent part of his day touring the town of greenville, which was leveled by the flames of the dixie fire. >> but our kids that are breathing toxic air from these climate induced fires. and so we have a deep responsibility to rebuild this community to do more to continue to protect communities like this but also the ted city of what's occurring globally. but manifesting and smash mouth ways here in california that climate change. >> during his tour of greenville. the governor also met with firefighters along with elected officials to discuss the devastation. the governor also promised help as the town looks to rebuild crews, meanwhile, are making progress in containing the river fire, which is burning in placer and nevada counties. more evacuation orders were lifted there yesterday. so far this fire has burned about 2600 acres and is now 62% contained. the fire has destroyed 70 structures damage
to others. so far 3 people have been hurt, but the injuries are not considered serious right now across 4 dot com. you can find tips to get you ready for the fire season just scan. the qr code with yours on your screen with your mobile device and you'll be directed to our website at kron 4 dot com. california's ongoing drought could actually hike up food prices for consumers here in the golden state. according to the u.s. drought monitor more than 95% of california is currently under a moderate to exceptional drought. california farmers say right now they're being told by regulators that they will not be able to take water out of major rivers and streams. the conditions are also forcing the state to shut down power plants. the edward hyatt powerplant at lake oroville, which is california's largest had to shut down last week because there simply was not enough water to power it. switch gears. now to talk about our 4 zone forecast as the sun gets ready to set on another weekend here across the bay area a live look at
the traffic along highway 24 in and out of walnut creek. kron 4 meteorologist dave spahr here tonight with a look at what's on the way for the start of your monday. >> good evening. all front to drop south into the bay area is going to help clean up our atmosphere for tonight says gave us some breezy like conditions. here's the approach of the fog going on for tonight. yes, it does drop those visibility levels a little bit by 04:00am but not quite as thick as we saw this morning except along the coast and that will bring some coastal drizzle along with that too. let's take a look at that planner here. basically mile going on early this evening temperatures in the 50's and 60's mixture. everybody pretty much gets to the 50's by midnight with coastal fog. this go around. mild conditions and tomorrow we've got bay fog to start things off temperatures pretty much universally in the 50's for tonight. 56 san francisco 57 going on for oakland san jose checks in at 58 los tonight, middle to upper 50's over most the real estate little chilly up there to santa rosa coming up in a bit.
of course, we'll be checking in the 4 zone forecast for you. back to you. dave, thank you. meanwhile, new tonight at 8 o'clock caught on camera. a violent robbery in oakland's chinatown ends with one person shot. >> and a second person pistol whipped kron four's. hart live tonight with an update on how those victims are doing and also getting reaction from the president of the oakland chinatown chamber of and of the video definitely tough to watch. >> very tough to watch. and i want to warn viewers that this may be disturbing to some people, but does show the robbery turned shooting happening in the middle of the day's people walked around and shopped in oakland's chinatown. it's a situation where many people would have felt safe. >> anyone looking down the street, nowadays could be potentially it become a crime that oakland chinatown chamber of commerce president karl chan's warning to everyone no matter where they are in the
city of criminals when does seem know very little consequence is when they're committing crimes. and that's what's it will continue to do what they do. this is surveillance video of the robbery from a corner store, an 8th and franklin people shopping in the area tried to get away. >> the suspects tried to rob a woman a man intervened to try and stop the attack. tran says that man was shot twice this is not easy for i'm linda do good deeds and then they get hurt. the suspects got away in a silver sedan. chan says he's been in touch with the male victim's family, the mom and the family. >> that devastate it. so you some time. another person was pistol. whipped chan says that city leaders and the community have to come together to ensure these types of things don't happen anymore. if a city leaders can all come together. i want to see all that's going to come together and make all these changes to
i think we can make this positive changes. >> chan tells me that doctors believe both the person who is pistol whipped and the person that was shot will make full recoveries live. amanda hari kron 4 news. some good news hopefully that police can catch those responsible. amanda, thank you. >> meanwhile, in the south bay tonight, a house party overnight in sunnyvale, ins with 2 people shot and one person dead. >> kron four's camila barco spent the day talking with folks who live nearby. >> neighbors say this neighborhood is relatively quiet, but saturday night, this street navarro drive turned into a party and as a result, one person died. >> maybe about 45 minutes before there was definitely some fireworks that went but then around about 11. you heard like probably 3 to 4 shots that went off teenagers wreak havoc saturday night in henry alexander. the 3rd sunnyvale neighborhood. we saw a bunch of kids walking that looked like they were
definitely minors. >> and i'm holding out all also notice dozen of cars. >> parked around the block and heard people blasting music outs and are called sonny bill police to tone it down officers responded to the navarro drive around 10:00pm and found about 200 people partying inside. police say as they waited for extra resources officers on scene attempted to find the homeowner. but then somebody opened fire on the said he saw kids running. >> like maniacs. i remember one girl running up and she was sobbing saying somebody got shot. someone got hit. one person died. >> and another underwent surgery. that victim is expected to survive. but neighbors like alexander question officers response. they could have more presence that could have been right in front of the house. >> they lives. could have been say people who live in the area say the home is normally rented out on air bnb.
>> believe that was the case saturday night. sonny bill councilmember mason also lives in the neighborhood as a neighbor. you want to know your neighbors. you want to make sure that your community safe according to the company's website, parties are banned at air bnb listings. however, falling and alexander, we like to see stricter guidelines when it comes to house rentals from a city perspective. you know, i want to know what is legally possible for us to restrict and require from a safety perspective of vendors like air bnb. they should have. >> a better structure when it comes to identifying who did this. who's running these houses. police did not mention whether they have the person responsible for the shooting. >> but they are still investigating what led up to shots being fired in sunnyvale. camila barco kron 4 news. >> also in the south bay tonight, a little girl killed in a bicycle crash in san jose. a horrible story here. investigators say the little girl was simply riding her bike down a hill near curry. drive-in did own way when she lost control and hit a curb.
the impact caused her to hit a concrete wall. paramedics took her to the hospital where she later died. investigators say the little girl was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash. her name has not been released. but she is now the 37th person killed in a traffic related crash in san jose. so far in 2021. >> fox on the run tonight. we'll let you know where this four-legged person or this for like a death like say was spotted and what you should do if you happen to come across one. the fda could soon recommend a booster covid shot for the vaccine or that for the covid vaccine will let you know how soon that could happen. liberty mutual customizes car insurance so you only pay for what you need. how much money can liberty mutual save you? one! two! three! four! five!
every time nacho fries came back, that bold seasoning was drawing something closer. and once they taste that warm nacho cheese sauce... they won't stop till there's nothing left. taco bell's fry force. now serving at a taco bell near you. coverage tonight where covid cases continue to climb statewide. >> as the highly contagious delta variant now accounting for many of the new cases in the last 24 hours, california recording more than 13,000 new cases. the golden state also seeing 36 more deaths in the bay area. the top 3 counties with the most cases. santa clara county saw the most with 429 new cases contra costa county saw 372 new cases and alameda county saw 325 new cases and one death 3 new deaths also reported in santa clara county. meanwhile, in the next few weeks. the food and drug administration is
expected to release a plan that recommends a covid-19 booster shot for americans with compromised immune systems. we're going. he has the details. >> even as covid-19 vaccines were being rolled out the need for a booster shot was never ruled out. >> there's no doubt that the vaccines are very effective for the first 6 months or so. and then we just don't really know after that because we we haven't had a long enough. the more contagious and possibly more deadly delta variant continues to cause cases to spike around the country. >> moderna becomes the latest vaccine maker to say people will likely need a booster despite the vaccine remaining more than 90% effective against the virus. 6 months out. pfizer also said a booster would be needed between 6 months a year back in february. johnson and johnson. the makers of the one and done shot. so don't be surprised if we need a shot annually to keep up with the virus and its mutations you. i see doctor richard novak was
involved in the original testing for the moderna vaccine. the vast majority of infections are seeing now are unvaccinated people. >> among breakthrough infections and more likely to occur. and the elderly and people with underlying chronic illness. particularly those who are immunocompromised and so my guess is when they target people for boosters that will be the older crowd hand people with underlying illness will first top the boosters companies are testing boosters and now, but as of now, the u.s. is not recommending them, but the fda is working on a plan for boosters expected out sometime in september. >> other countries like israel have already started a booster program earlier this week. the world health organization asked countries to hold off on boosters at least until september. so more developing countries can vaccinate their populations yesterday. white house press secretary jen psaki was asked about the u.s.
vaccine supply as it donates hundreds of millions of doses of vaccines to countries around the world. >> we will have enough supply to ensure if the fda decides that boosters are recommended for a portion of the population to provide those as well. we believe we can do both and we don't need to make that choice. >> a new report shows that more americans are getting a covid-19 booster vaccine despite the u.s. government not get approving the booster shots against the virus. pfizer says it has plans to seek approval from the food and drug administration for its booster shots just last week, kron 4 1st told you that the san francisco health department has been quietly offering a pfizer or moderna booster vaccine to folks who have received the single dose, johnson and johnson vaccine. california lawmakers are now considering a new bill that would make it illegal to harass people at vaccination sites. if it does become law, it would be illegal to obstruct intimidate or harass people as they are getting their vaccines. the bill comes
with a fine up to a $1000 or a 6 month jail sentence. some, though, now questioning if the bill does violate the first amendment. the senate voted today to end debate on a roughly 1.2 trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill senators voting 6829 60 votes in all were needed. 18 republican senators crossing the aisle. joining democrats in helping move that legislation. one step closer to getting past kron 4 washington correspondent raquel martin brings us more. >> today's procedural vote. he's up a final vote on the package for as early as tuesday morning. that's despite pushback from republicans who argue the plan will add billions to the federal deficit. but democrats and republicans who support the package say they're optimistic it will make it past the finish line thanks to a special sunday workday. the senate is one step closer to passing a massive infrastructure bill. it could go quicker, but it's going.
>> and that's the good thing on cnn's state of the union. republican senator bill cassidy who helped negotiate the 1.2 trillion dollar deal said he's optimistic it will make it across the finish line by tuesday with some republicans on board. we've had about 17 or 18 of indicated that they're going to vote yes, i think it's time for us. to come together on the senate floor sunday, ohio republican rob portman push back against his republican colleagues who argue the plan will add billions to the federal deficit. it's good for the country. it builds our core infrastructure. it doesn't raise taxes on the american people grow the economy lead to more tax revenue coming in. >> to the treasury and yet includes responsible pay for us. senate majority leader chuck schumer says republicans have until the end of the day to propose additional changes to the legislation. >> i hope they will cooperate so we can move more quickly. otherwise. >> will proceed by the book and finish the bill. schumer says the senate will remain in
session for as long as it takes to get the bill passed. will keep proceeding until we get this bill done. >> what's the bill passes in the senate that heads to the house. we know speaker of the house nancy pelosi says she will not take the bill up unless democrats also passed a massive 3.5 trillion dollars spending plan. >> that plus, however, is already sparking some controversy for now in washington. raquel martin, back to you. >> today. meanwhile, marking the first 200 days of the biden harris administration in a tweet today the white house said that in just 6 months the administration has vaccinated millions driven. a record breaking economic recovery and reached a historic bipartisan infrastructure deal. a north bay store targeted. >> why the owner believes it could be connected to another crime. plus, we'll let you know when you can check out a meteor shower that will light up the bay area skies. come on that. if you're looking for
something to do wednesday night. here's something you can put on your calendar a meteor shower is coming to the bay area. >> the per said meteor shower is visible every year during early to mid august. but according to chabot space and science center at junk that extra a merger old mckeegan this year's show has a couple of elements now working in its favor.
>> the main thing is it's going to be dark. we don't own that wednesday night thursday morning. we don't have a loan to interfere with with say, a meteor shower. so we have nice dark skies that will allow you to see a lot of meteors. you can even and they, you know, semi dark skies search semi dark areas. you can expect to see somewhere around 50 or 60 meteors per hour. if you get far away from the city lights out in the country somewhere. you might see as many as a 100 per hour. >> says that for the best views you want to set up a lawn chair or blanket or is that somewhere. that gives you a clear view of the sky. the best times for the show will be anywhere wednesday night from 11 at night. intel. 4 o'clock thursday morning. so make sure you sleep and get some rest before you do so the year should be visible every minute or so we're told.
>> will take a look at this. a kron 4 of you are sharing this video of us with a fox exploring the streets of downtown san francisco overnight. the fox spotted near midnight on the corner of stockton in southern officials say if you happen to come across any wild animals. it is best to just leave them alone and give them a call. still ahead tonight here on kron. 4 news in 8 despite calls for him to resign. new york governor andrew cuomo remaining defiant the latest on the investigation and breaking news on this investigation from new york state. we'll have the details. also also after 19 days of global competipions. the tokyo olympic games are now done. a look back at the closing ceremony. plus, is back to school for many kids across the bay area. the new concerns some parents now have over mask wearing everyone you're watching kron. 4 news at 8 o'clock the sunday night. we'll be right back.
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. every time nacho fries came back, that bold seasoning was drawing something closer. and once they taste that warm nacho cheese sauce... they won't stop till there's nothing left. taco bell's fry force. now serving at a taco bell near you. students and more than 2 dozen bay area school districts will head back to class for in-person learning. all of them say that they are pretty confident that they can offer at least some form of safe. in-person learning. >> students in oakland unified schools will head back to class first thing in the
morning. you can see the complete list of the first day of school for all schools here in the bay area. we have the list posted right now on our website at kron 4 dot com. with a back to school season unlike we've ever seen before. kron 4 and kronon want to help you get ready for it. starting tomorrow. we will break down the covid protocols of school districts across the bay area also have some advice for parents and information on. how does how students are dealing with a number of challenges and changes you can get crown on ready for school by scanning the qr code on your screen. you'll be directed to your app store, the google play or the apple store so you can download the kron on app for free. us kids head back to class. there is a new report that shows that some parents are now worried about so-called mask shaming. despite the state requiring them. it is up to each individual district to actually enforce the rules. parents and educators both say they have concerns about potential for bullying over masks.
>> i do have concern about that as well as i really don't. now, i hope not. i hope they're being called to each other and you know. being okay with. letting them do what they want to do. and if they choose to wear masks, not to give them a hard time about it. >> professional say how parents address the topics with their children can have a big impact. let's talk about our 4 zone forecast this sunday night. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza as the sun continues to set on a sunday here in the bay area. let's get you ready to head out the door for the start of your monday as folks head back to work in a number of kids head back to school. here's kron 4 meteorologist dave spahr. >> front in our backyard here. but it's not like the winter storm fronts. the bring really strong winds and heavy rain. all that stuff. but it will give us some breezy conditions which we've got and we'll continue that a little bit overnight, cleaning out our atmosphere, which is kind of nice after all the fires. you
can see the rain up here in the northwest. and this is actually red flag warning talk that you see with that read stuff off to the east of that. here's what it looks like as we go into later tonight that marine layer does redevelop tonight with some drizzle going on along. the coastal won't be as aggressive as it was. this morning, but it will greet us again for 06:00am clearing out for the afternoon and the sierra remains pretty quiet going on here. that will be until the middle of the week. we get a whisper monsoon 56 tonight, san francisco, oakland 5758 going on for san jose. so a lot of uniformity across the real estate temperatures pretty much middle to upper 50's. we've got about 51 going on there for santa rosa. enjoy temperatures are warm and big time again towards the end of the week. hey, it's summer. we'll have that forecast in a bit. dave, thanks so much to tonight, 8 o'clock. take a look at this. the owner of a santa rosa business sharing this video with kron 4. >> the glass door to their business shattered in downtown santa rosa, the owner telling kron 4 that someone drove by
that store someone inside of a car shot at someone that was walking nearby the shooter inside of the car. you see the glass broken right there. the shooter inside of that car missed their intended target, which was the person walking down the street. instead, the bullets hitting the business. instead tonight, santa rosa police now trying to piece this all together. a santa rosa man. meanwhile, also behind bars tonight facing charges of attempted murder. police say the victim and a friend were sitting inside of a car when 35 year-old taylor young showed up. investigators say the victim then hit young in the face with that door. that's when young pulled out a gun fired 2 shots into the car. the good news, no one was hit. police did arrest young a short time later and recovered this gun. investigators say that he and the victim both knew each other. now to an update on a suiting deadly shooting in southern california. that we first told you about yesterday here on kron 4 investigators in huntington beach now say the
shooting that ended with one person dead and 2 others hurt started with an argument over a piece of property there in huntington beach. investigators say it all happened when a group of real estate agents showed up yesterday with one of the family members to view this home. that's when someone inside of that house fired the shots. then later barricaded himself inside that suspect was taken to the hospital for a gunshot wound but is expected to be okay. >> i think it's really sad that you know, a probate gets to this people are just insane. >> so far. the name of the person killed has not been released. but it is believed to be one of the real estate agents now to a developing story tonight. breaking news out of new york state where we have just learned in the last hour that a top aide to governor andrew cuomo has now stepped down as cuomo digs in his heels to try and stay in office. the move comes after a recent report found that he sexually harassed at least 11 women while in office. ayana
harry brings us the latest on the investigation. >> in the attorney general's report. she's referred to as executive assistant. number one and describes being groped by the governor on more than one occasion. she's finally revealing her identity calling the governor's actions criminal as cuomo's personal attorneys pushed back hard. >> executive assistant. number one, he did not grope her after a strong denial saturday night from governor andrew cuomo's legal team. the woman known as executive assistant. number one has ended her silence. what he did to me was a crime. he broke the law in an exclusive interview with cbs news and the albany times union, brittany camisa described being sexually harassed and groped by governor cuomo camisa filed a complaint with the albany sheriff, it was the right thing to do. the governor needs to be held accountable attorney general letitia james's office said they will cooperate with the albany shows investigation and turn
over any evidence related to comesas complaint. sheriff craig apple says the governor could face misdemeanor charges. >> we have a lot of fact-finding to do. we have a lot of interviews to do. you know what, i'm not going to rush it because of who he is. and i'm not going to lay it because of who he is surrounded by a growing crisis. the only time cuomo spoke publicly this weekend was to virtually address the nationals dominican day parade as the attorney general's report of cuomo's rapid loss of support dominated the sunday political talk show round tables. the governor is going to try to normalize his situation. i think he's a good talking to grandmother used to say, you know, you can do this the easy way. you can do this our way. and i think he's just decided he's going to the hard way. the state assembly's judiciary committee will meet monday morning. their impeachment investigation to the governor is nearing completion, cuomo and his attorneys have been given until 05:00pm friday to turn over any evidence they may want considered in the governor's defense. that was a harry reporting for us tonight. still to come here on
kron 4 news at 8. if you are looking for a fua spot for your summer vacation. >> we'll head to southern california to show you a hidden gem that the locals call the shrine to culture. giants try to take their series against the milwaukee brewers on the road and through town behind the hot hitting a brandon belt sports director jason dumas has the director jason dumas has the highlights still to come. 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
>> and now kron 4 sports. >> the giants had a big-time weekend series against the nl central division-leading brewers looking to take the series today and gabe kaplan company trying to maintain their four-game lead in the last a league west end. this guy right here. he's been on fire since coming back. brandon belt had 2 home runs yesterday hit one in a pinch hit setting today that tied the game at ford. i was in the 7th inning. then in the 8th tommy la stella. he's also been red hot. he hit that big triple yesterday. here he brings in brandon crawford us on that rbi single and that was the eventual game winning run giants win 5 to 4. they take 2 of 3 from the brewers. they remain 4 games up in the nl west. the a's and looking for a sweep of the rangers at
the coliseum today's nice out there and alameda county first ending oakland jumps out front right away, sean murphy. to left field. jed lowry scored easily. josh harrison. he's on his high horse. he's coming home, but he is caught out at the plate, but it as you can clearly see. he gets down that left hand before the tag. they challenge it and sure enough, the umpires were wrong. they overturn it harrison he's safe. lead 3 to nothing. bottom of the 6th starling marte a with a single to center. he had been on fire since he came over to oakland. he 4 for 5. he's hitting 4.25 since being acquired at the trade when 63 the astro's lost. so oakland is now only 2 games back in the american league like a 6 and a half game lead the astros had like just a week ago. >> i'm sorry, jonathan mccall resident houston native now the pro football hall of fame
induction ceremony was today. peyton manning was the headliner. but there were 3 inductees with bay area ties forty-niners gm john lynch, of course, john was a nine-time pro bowler with the bucs and the broncos raiders. great charles woodson also 9 time, pro bowler and tom flores, a trailblazer who coached the raiders to 2 super bowl titles. lynch made a call for national unity for people from all different backgrounds, citing his bond that he had with his nfl teammates. >> tonight. i advocate that we take the lead of football and huddled up as a people, as a great nation. let's find the common ground through our shared values. let's celebrate and learn from our differences. derrick brooks from pensacola, florida. warren sapp from apopka, florida. and john lynch from solana beach, california have so to get all of you.
>> all right. so a couple things on the docket warriors. first summer league game. that's tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. we'll get to see. jonathan movie. johnson movie and moses moody. they'll be in action tomorrow night in back to hall of fame great for john lynch. great for flores, great for charles. what's 3 a 3 pillars here in the bay area and they all i had covid career. it's good to see them. finally enshrined in can. yeah. you know, those those suits look nice. you know those votes go those gold jackets. they all pull that off. >> i know they're all tailored. well, maybe i'll have to get a gold jacket to see if the boss can spring for a few. yeah. exactly. so we're good to jason. thanks. so to come here next on kron 4 news today. a live look at the streets of tokyo tonight as the 2020 olympics drawing to a close today. it's now paris is trying to take over the torch. >> we'll have a look at the closing ceremonies. still to come.
>> after a pandemic and a postponement. the 2020 tokyo games have officially come and gone. the olympic torch is out and now falls to paris for the next summer games after an unprecedented olympics. it's time to look toward the future. but first, all of the organizers wanted to reflect on the games they hoped would unite the world. it started with the flag bearers, including us a scare winger probably waving their nation's flag. the athletes followed who instead of walking up country by country walked all at once. a symbol of solidarity after weeks of competition. but the crowd of athletes was much smaller than usual at the games. athletes were told to leave 48 hours after they competed because of the coronavirus pandemic. nevertheless, there was joy on the faces of these olympians. the festivities included a medal ceremony for the winners of the women's and men's marathon which was run in sapporo. plus, a very special tribute to the volunteers who work tirelessly to make the tokyo olympics happen. the ceremony featured many special moments and then the torch was passed to paris. 2024 with a special video thanking tokyo
can setting up the future games. another moment. only 3 years away they believe will unite the world in tokyo. i'm marielena balouris. >> let's talk about our 4 zone forecast the sunday night a live look at sfo. you can see the fog starting to creep back into the area. we were under we are under an advisory today because of all the smoke from the wildfires that are burning the good news according to the bay area, air quality management district that advisory has not been extended to monday. so hopefully things will start to clear out as kron 4 meteorologist dave spahr with a look at what you can expect as you head out the door. first thing in the morning. >> hey, good evening, everybody. here's the situation that we have with this front, our backyard to kind of a vacuum cleaner. that's the one factor we're getting from all of this. there is the rain that's leads with that way up in the rockies that you have a red flag warning ahead of all of that because of the winds that will drive. it will get some surface winds with that is which we did this afternoon and for tonight. but working on cleanup that smoke will be left with the marine layer
coming back again for tonight. not as aggressive as yesterday morning. that will see tomorrow morning. mixing out the sierra quite quiet. but% when a note that because upstream, it looks like there's something to look out for. fog that more coastal concentrated than we saw this morning. mild, but breezy still left over early in the week. it's mild for monday. but then by tuesday, temperatures already starting to move. and mid-nineties going on well inland and then by the end of the week. that's when temperatures push up to when temperatures push up to 100 is possible. this is the deltas. we're going to see those numbers really start moving. this is what i wanted to mention real quick and this is near the meteor shower. time right up here about thursday morning or so. you know, wednesday night, thursday morning zone. a whisper that monsoon at this mean some of the cloud cover may come with that. we don't want to hear that with the showers. okay. there are the other showers going on showers and thunderstorms in the monsoon. the southwest 4 zone forecast for your monday 66 at the coast will do about the mid 60's here. half moon bay about 63 73 going on for
burlingame. so we are getting the influence of some of that cooling, although it's not being as it's not as apparent in the southern end of the peninsula. 80 for palo alto, 81 for redwood city to the south bay got the lower 80's for most of the santa clara valley. however, morgan hill 8987 los gatos. you can see inland starting to pop back real quickly, east bay shoreline still staying in the upper 70's but tri valley. you're popping in the lower 90's already 91 walnut creek, concord and 91 that will continue to climb as you'll see in the seven-day forecast 67 from berkeley 75 the we still have the air flow helping there. but there's out to the delta, we start to get in the 90's. real quickly. some 95 vacaville 75 for napa. 81 santa rosa. more. those 80's heading down south. here it is 7 day forecast. i couldn't do it. i'm gonna keep 99 in there for the forecast as we finish off the week, some 100. but just know that it's very possible we could top off of 100 or so on the east bay shoreline temperatures get to around 80 or so at the coast keeping it
around. upper 60's. actress markie post has died after nearly 4 year long battle with cancer. >> well, tis that you calling somebody else eccentric is a bit like. >> like dan kings and you need a haircut. haha. >> post starred in a number of tv shows but was best known for her role as christine sullivan, the perky public defender on nbc's night court. the show ran for 7 seasons he also starred opposite. john ritter in the show hearts of fire. she also had roles on chicago pd and in the hit film there's something about mary back in 1998 markie post was 70 years old. if you're if you are pop culture lover in today's destination, california. >> we are taking you to the valley to explore hidden gem. that has everyday things decades ago.
>> welcome back, everyone. in tonight's destination, california. we are taking you to southern california specifically the valley. you might call it the smithsonian of california valley culture. ktla gail anderson takes us on a tour of the repository of san fernando valley pop culture. you are looking at history, the history of the san fernando valley as well as los angeles preserved and taught here at the valley
relics museum in van nuys, >> kind of post writing books featured in the 1980's coming of age. universal pictures comedy. >> there's some cool buzz it >> fast times at ridgemont high starring sean penn as potted student. just the coli. well, it's here, disco ball and all. >> this is the actual bus that was in fast times at ridgemont high and it was donated by skinner classics. they have it here for as long as we want and it's been. >> a huge attraction. so this is the best in the movie fast times at ridgemont high and it is a maze. >> also 19 64 plenty at on a bill safari wagon of those rodeo tailor to the >> we have new to calm the famous rodeo taylor station
wagon equipped bullhorns and the guys and the embroidered seats. >> cohn taylor made outfits for everyone from gene autry to the famous elvis presley know that by the way, when in town, chris lee with jam with country music performers at the palomino club considered country music's most important west coast club. >> now long gone. >> the original palomino sign from north hollywood. is extremely important. it's a part of country western music history. mean, that's where the white oak and that a star linda ronstadt. but then you can go all the way back to the flying burrito, brothers elvis presley make an appearance there. johnny cash making is a pattern that can go on and on and to have that signed the original actually we have all of the signs we have one of them on display, which is the big neon sign. so if this is this is important history. the mustang liquor sign is kind of like a landmark for people from the valley because it
went up in the 60's. the. brothers that open the liquor store mustang liquor loved mustang so much. and it was the boom of that car and its debut that they made the sign. you know, and resemblance of the ford mustang sign and all these years, the galloping horse on sherman way near canoga avenue was lit up and just about 5, 6 years ago. it was coming down and we were able to retrieve it. >> this is one of the course places to visit the lots of neon signs free play arcade games. we have all kinds of celebrity memorabilia, even a malibu grand prix car. and this is core cultural heritage. and, you know, all of these vintage neon signs has become such a favorite to the communities all over the united states and europe. our local history is global history and anyone and
everyone that visits the valley of elah to museum will find something that they love and take you back to a time when things were more >> gail anderson, for destination, california. >> get your gas tanks filled ready to go. if you scan this qr code with your mobile device. it will take you to our destination. california section on our website. kron 4 dot com there you can find a list of places to go 2 up and down california and other things that you can do all summer long. that does it for us here in this first hour of news live in primetime on kron 4 news at 10 o'clock, though. >> don't go anywhere. kron 4 news at 9 coming your way in just moments.
>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at noon on anyone walking on the street. nowadays. >> it could be potentially become a crime. >> no at 9 caught on camera. a violent robbery in a good samaritan shot. the search underway tonight to fund the suspects responsible for it all. that's where we start the sunday night here on kron. 4 news at 9 o'clock. welcome. and i'm jonathan mccall. justine enjoying the night off the violent scene unfolding in oakland's chinatown. in addition to that one person shot a second person was also pistol whip