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>> when foreign time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news kids. more. >> to what actually doing and that is that's not happen again. >> now attend a san francisco family now speaking out after their son shot and killed friday night here in the city. welcome to kron 4 news at 10 o'clock this sunday night. i'm jonathan mccall. justine is off. police have arrested a 17 year-old suspect in the shooting that killed a 31 year-old and toni over diarra kron four's amanda hari live tonight after talking with the guards family. amanda, how are they working to keep his memory alive.
>> jonathan, today they held a memorial service for him where friends and family gathered and shared memories about him. they say he was a good man and there's no wnowing just how much she would have accomplished if he was still here. >> it feels like stole a piece of my heart family and friends of antonio vergara set up a memorial grieve together. >> they say vergara was shot and killed around 6.30, friday evening. he just got off of work and stopped at a liquor store near vienna street and persia avenue. it was person he where online mike isn't what many was a 31 year-old d j known as tony mix. his family says they're heartbroken over the loss. his father, explain to me what her was like and his younger brother translated. he was really positive thing. he really like help other people. this was one of 3 shootings in
san francisco within 24 hours, san francisco. police say they've arrested a 17 year-old male in connection to the shooting. he's at the juvenile justice center being held on a murder charge for gar as mother believes parents have to be more involved in their children's lives to ensure they don't get involved in crimes like this one. >> there is a need to be more conscious the to be more. to see what they're actually and that is that's not happen again. >> all there has been an arrest in this case. police say it's still an active and ongoing investigation. if you have any information contact san francisco police live in san francisco. amanda hari kron 4 news. san francisco police releasing a statement today about the other 2 homicides that took place this weekend on saturday. >> they say that investigations are underway in. so far no arrests have been made. they also say they are looking into a possible connection between the 2
shootings. the first shooting happened yesterday morning around 10 o'clock. police say someone shot a 50 year-old man near 25th in connecticut. medics took the man to the hospital where he later died. then just hours later, around 12:30pm, in the afternoon. officers called to a double shooting on dakota street patrol hill detectives say the 49 year-old and 54 year-old man of these shootings taken to the hospital. one of them died. the other now has life threatening injuries. a man could be heard spitting in the face of a pregnant asian woman at a red light in downtown oakland. kron four's gayle ong % talking with the victim who doesn't want to show her face but does want to share her story and hopes that it will encourage others to speak out. >> think that's cool. and oakland couple was just driving to work. a you can hear tina who was sitting in the passenger seat telling her husband not to get out of the car after she says this man in the green jacket spit at he
box away then returns. he was just circling our car trying to talk to my husband to get out. but, you know, being pregnant, i just didn't want to put us in my baby at risk. it was terrible. i had a meltdown at work. look at face that i want make sure you know, nothing was on me. and then i spoke to my providers and, you know, i had a meltdown teen is about 7 months pregnant after checking in with her doctors. she got a covid test right away. >> the incident caught on dash cam video happened friday around 8.25, in the morning. the husband and wife just dropped off a relative to work when they pulled up to a red light on 14th street and broadway in downtown oakland. the couple believes the act was racially motivated teen and her husband are health care workers and treat victims in the asian community. i work in oakland downtown try it. i see the grandmas and grandpas every day coming in. >> you know, to our because of the same reasons. so is it's just disheartening now. i think is the perfect time and
we have to stand up for ourselves. we have to for ourselves up to help this helps. others say not to do the same. >> gayle ong reporting for us tonight. kron 4 is staying on top of a developing story from southern california mandatory evacuations now in effect as fire crews near los angeles tried to contain the massive palisades fire flames have already scorched nearly 1400 acres. the fire still at 0% containment. investigators now calling that fire suspicious crews using helicopters to fight the fire from the air because of the rugged terrain witnesses tonight describing just how quickly the flames were able to. travel by nearby hills. >> the hours that i've been up here has been roaring. want to peak the ridge. it just blew up the just some it. some thought. >> least 30 feet high. >> so far no injuries have been reported or structures damaged. let's talk weather the sunday night at 10 o'clock. now to our 4 zone
forecast. here's mookie meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez with a look at what's on tap for the start of your monday. yeah. for us here in the bay area jonathan a great monday with slightly warmer temperatures. >> let's take a look, though, at current conditions that firefighters are facing right now with that palisades fire in southern california. low 60's. >> relative humidity in the low 70's. so a lot of moisture out there right now at this 10 o'clock hour and wind speeds. fortunately on the calm side in the single digits tracking some a gray there as well. certainly going to help out firefighters. but it's the very dry rugged terrain that is going to be the biggest issue for them still tracking extreme drought not just for los angeles county where that policy to fires burning, but also for us here in the bay area. extremely dry conditions and that's what we get when we get 2 years in a row of little to no rain that we should be
getting during our wet season. got less than half of what we typically get during the months of november. all the way through march. let's take a look right now at temperatures because we're noticing some coastal drizzle that is going to develop overnight even through our monday daytime highs. today, though. noticeably cooler below average temperatures once again on account of that thick fog bank low and high clouds. very slow clearing along the coast. but we did finally see some sunshine warming up temperatures in the mid 50's for downtown san francisco at 57 degrees. santa rosa, though not that far behind 62 degrees for your daytime highs today on account of that big marine layer when you should be averaging 75 degrees for this time of year. so easily coastal and inland valleys below average radar for though, tracking drier conditions out there right now. futurecast for, though, is going to show the return of that marine layer could see traces amount of rain because
of that drizzle at best with better clearing and drier conditions by our monday afternoon. but current temperatures out there right now low to mid 50's low 60's right now in antioch. but we're going to cool down into the upper 40's to low 50's for overnight lows. widespread low to mid 70's inland and low to mid 60's around the bay area shoreline. but those of you in half moon bay 55 degrees on account of that marine layer still going to hang tight throughout most of tomorrow. but temperatures slowly rebounding and warming up monday through tuesday with a midweek cool down. bu 10 days from now we're going to notice some pretty seasonable weather and a day or 2 of above average highs. still enjoyed. jonathan, back to you. risa. thank you. in alameda county fire crews out early today chipping away fallen tree limbs to try and cut down on the potential of wildfire fuel in that area. >> it's part of a bay area wide program to lower the amout of fuel fire or fire fuel to find out if your
property qualifies for this free shipping service. we have details at kron 4 dot com san jose fire crews tonight monitoring hot spots on a fire that burned 10 acres this morning. this happened near the canyon creek area along singleton road crews say the dry weather and windy conditions causing the flames to spread. no evacuations, ordered or homes damaged tonight. there's no word on exactly what sparked this fire today is no menthols sunday. it's a day to raise awareness within the african-american community about the harm that big tobacco has brought to neighborhoods by marketing directly to them earlier today on kron on. we talked with the co chair of the african american tobacco control leadership council about the consequences of using tobacco within the black community. >> today over 85% of african americans, smoke menthol cigarettes. this came from the predatory working in these products with more advertisements. we're promotion and what's really problematic because we have many studies sure that mental
cigarettes are cheaper in the black community. they begin to hold special programs for in the black community giving money the black organizations and unfortunately if the most ever in american organizations with the religious social political. take money from the tobacco industry. this is unfortunate. this is what does lead to 45,000 have been americans die each year from this product. >> doctor gardner is also encouraging california voters to vote yes on senate bill 7.93 in 2022 that bill would ban the sale of tobacco flavored products. >> ahead tonight on kron 4 news at 10 o'clock. the cdc issuing guidelines on yet another mask policy. this time for schools when your kids will be allowed to ditch the mask in the classroom. is it fans once again enjoying the show at the hollywood bowl the news to the venue dedicated units honored to on its first
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pipeline resumed operations guesses once again starting to flow back to stations along the east coast. but tonight there are still many questions surrounding the cyber hack that shut down the pipeline about how that happened and what can stop it from happening again. kron 4 washington correspondent kellie meyer has more. >> how do you work to protect companies and others from this happening again. yeah. i mean, this is such an important question. energy secretary jennifer granholm wants to strengthen the country's cyber security. >> following days of confusion and chaos after the colonial pipeline was compromised. we have to make sure that the systems themselves, the operators of the systems. we have what we need to ensure that their cyber defenses are strong. the attack has both current and former administrations calling for action. we've got to do a better job in terms of closing out vulnerabilities. chris krebs served as director of the cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency during the trump
administration and says private companies must begin to think of this as not only a technical risk but as a business risk, he says president joe biden's moves this week to tighten security should help. i think it's a really plan. >> i think it should being in effective if implemented properly the hack as officials from both parties calling for action from here in congress. and to include cyber security improvements in the infrastructure bill cyber security. >> is a huge issue that we're going continue to deal with these problems. but the showed the vulnerability. >> maryland republican governor larry hogan is working with lawmakers from both the house and the senate to reach a bipartisan deal on infrastructure, democrats and republicans from capitol hill met with the president this week but still haven't reached a compromise reporting in washington. i'm kelly meyer. >> rockets fired from gaza city toward israel today as heavy fighting between israel and hamas continues. the
rocket barrage from gaza following israeli strikes on a main thoroughfare in gaza city earlier today. 33 people were killed including 12 women and 8 children. this marks the deadliest single day attack since fighting erupted nearly a week ago yesterday president biden talking with both israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas today the un security council met to discuss ways to de escalate the conflict with fire season underway in some areas of young ladies getting a firsthand lesson in fire defenses this weekend. these young girls taking part in the nor cal women in the fire service training, the girls learning firsthand what it takes to fight a fire event taking place at the livermore pleasanton fire station. organizers hope the event will encourage more girls to consider a career in firefighting. hopefully we won't needuthem any time soon with the fire danger here at home. with our 4 zone
forecast. let's talk with meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez about what's on the way. hopefully nothing fire related to spark anything like that. any time. so yeah, our marine layer certainly helping us out significantly with that patchy drizzle. >> at giving us some much needed moisture in addition to that fog bank, cloud cover also helps add and increase that relative humidity that will certainly help mitigate that fire threat, at least for now, not tracking any major heat wave. so that's certainly going to help instead below average temperatures for most coastal cities. but those of you in the north bay, you're going to notice a nice bump in temperatures, right where you should be for this time of year. but first, let's take a look at year. a forecast we are tracking calmer conditions. a cell has formed, though, just south and west of kirkwood. but overall drying out for south lake tahoe in truckee as well. donner summit also seeing those calmer conditions. so not tracking any thunder or lightning right
now in this but that could change, though, by tomorrow. slight chance of pop-up thunderstorms. but tracking more rain. then the threat of severe weather and a warmer drier trend as well by monday into tuesday. so enjoy that for those of you in this year of golden gate bridge out there right now seeing carla the fog already returning to the coastline and we're going to see more clouds and sun for the san francisco peninsula, especially those of you along the immediate coast, slight bump in temperatures, though, downtown san francisco in golden gate park warming up into the low 60's mid 50's. for those of you in half moon bay. expect some coastal drizzle as well. and also that thick fog bank really sticking around throughout most of your monday. so it is going to be a cooler forecast there. millbrae and burlingame in the upper 50's winds out of the west at 20 miles per hour. less throughout the day. san mateo and san carlos in the low 60's redwood city. those
67 degrees tracking widespread low 70's for those of you in cupertino. and campbell. but san jose and santa clara flirting with 70's. but in the upper 60's with low 70's. for those of you in livermore, about 5 degrees below average there. concord and walnut creek, very pleasant temperatures as well. danville and san ramon in the low to mid 60's with the napa 72 degrees of a lay low in the mid 70's and santa rosa, exactly where you should be at 75 degrees. so we are going to notice wednesday that's going to be cooler day and it's certainly going to feel cooler, especially with gusts along the coast, 40 miles per hour. less. but by next weekend, beautiful weather seasonable on saturday above average on sunday and then we're going to be on cruise control for the remainder of the next 10 days. great memorial day forecast as well. so enjoy that right. a lot of folks happy to see that as well. yeah. based on respect. >> pfizer's covid-19 heading for the classroom. that's because ever since regulators expanded the vaccine to those as young as 12.
>> there has been an urgency to vaccinate as many middle school and high school students as possible ahead of the new school year. but scientists say they are divided over whether this is the best way to contain the pandemic as more folks in poor countries are still waiting to receive their very first shots of the vaccine. scientists previously view children as being at low risk officials over at stanford university say it's already started a phase one trial to determine the appropriate dose of the vaccine for kids. 6 between 6 months and 5 years old, professors of pediatrics and epidemiology yvonne maldonado says vaccinating kids is important because they, too, are getting sick and sometimes dying from the virus. >> the cdc, a c ip will be the fda. emergency use authorization for pfizer vaccine for 12 to 15 year olds. and this is important because of 2 reasons. and that is
>> children do get infected and they can become sick and we've seen over 3 and a half million us children infected with sars to be too. >> thousands of hospitalizations and between 3 600 deaths. >> new data from the cdc shows that infection rates among american residents between the ages of 1417 now higher than for all americans. while the rates among children from 6 to 13 or getting closer to the national average confusion around mask, whether or not to wear them or not continues to persist tonight. the cdc says that schools should continue using face mask until the end of the current school year. the agency updating its guidance yesterday saying that all students will not be fully vaccinated by the end of the current school year children under the age of 12. not yet eligible for the vaccine here in the u.s. the recommendations come just days after the cdc said that
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>> right now. we have some breaking news. we want to let you all. we'll get to that in just a few moments. but first the city, california getting closer to fully reopening the hollywood bowl welcoming music fans back last night. the historic venue honoring frontline workers with a free performance from the la philharmonic marking the first concert being held there since covid-19 happen more than a year ago. >> each of them can speak into this moment. one of celebration, one of reflection. and kind of a moment of understanding the last that we've all experienced. >> yesterday's concert. the first of 4 free concert is being held for those front-line workers. before we do go tonight, we want to pass along some breaking news to 2, 9, right now. oakland police
investigating a double shooting that ended with 2 men dead happening near 25th and highland tonight, just before 6 o'clock. details limited at this point. but we are staying in contact with oakland police to try and learn more details about it once again, 2 men shot and killed tonight in a double shooting in oakland or 25th and highland watch for updates throughout the night on kron 4 dot com. and tomorrow morning on kron 4 news starting at 04:00am now. let's check in again tonight with mabrisa before you head off to bed with a last look at your 4 zone forecast. >> jonathan. yeah, we're tracking some pretty mild temperatures out there for the valleys in antioch, flirting with 60's. but currently 59 degrees. cooler temperatures along the coast. widespread low 50's there with mid-fifties. as you make your way inland and taking a look at daytime highs tomorrow. slight bump in temperatures. most bay area cities going to remain below average low 70's for conquered pretty seasonable temperatures for santa rosa. you're going to
see the biggest bump after just warming up to 62 degrees today. tomorrow 75 degrees easily the warmest city in the bay area. apart from nevado. so enjoy those temperatures with mid 60's throughout the east bay shoreline in san jose at 68 degrees and low 60's for downtown san francisco. a great going to be the big weather story. but then we're going to shift back to gusty winds on wednesday along the coast, 40 miles per hour. less. but then we're going to warm up nicely by next weekend. so get those plans ready, especially outdoors jonathan, back to thanks so much. thanks so much for joining us tonight here on kron. 4 news at 10 o'clock. i'm jonathan mccall. >> don't go anywhere, though, jason and kylen up next with sports night live. have a good night.
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>> hello and welcome to another edition of sports night live. i'm jason dumas us what a day it was for as basketball. >> yeah. and i'm kylen mills. an exciting day for warriors fans because they came out on the winning you what? not to spoil it or anything we know by right 30. >> one can make an argument that today was the biggest regular season game for the warriors in nearly a decade huge playoff implications as
they teams lined it up and jockey for playoff positions for that play in tournament. dubs grizzlies. let's go to chase center. watch how it some fans showing their appreciation topwho they think is the mvp and. staff showed it back with his performance tonight, midway through the first that bucket right there. click the scoring title for steph. he becomes the oldest scoring champ since michael jordan did so at the age of 35, he edged out bradley beal. what accomplishment for him now is go to the 2nd quarter. jordan poole step back 3 pointer. this kid has grown up before our eyes this season. he came up big again today. if 15 points off the bench curry will have a of 6 at the break. 3rd quarter curry. gets the pass hand down, man down, pulls up from deep warriors with a 16 point lead, a little bit about their staff.
>> 4th >> quarter. this was a key play in the game dream. i green draws the 6th foul on dillon brooks and dylan was paramount in the grizzlies come back. he scored 13 points in less 6 minutes. but he's going with 6 and a half minutes to play no one has come under 6 to go. jonas balance eunice. he's a low down there. he gets the pass from iran, finishes. he had a big game for them. following possessions. the grizzlies actually take the lead on this floater from john morant. yeah, i have 16 9 for grizzlies. but the warriors did not break here. andrew wiggins what month for 5, 6 weeks stretch. he's had he had 21 to 10 3rd double double of the season and his staff with the captors. that's one right there. that puts the warriors up by 9 points. you would think he's done very next possession. staff. step in your face. this year. we're
get old, never gets old kind of show moniker to baron davis when he dunked on andre caroling co for the. >> we believe team steph is loving it warriors win one, 13 1 oh, one stephens will 46 9, 7, after the game. we actually matter of fact, our very own kate rooney was at the game and she has a post-game report for us now. >> the warriors officially own the 8 seed in the play in tournament. but in keeping with the ups and downs of this season. they had to fight for it. tonight's game had it all. the first playoff like atmosphere at chase center. a 4th quarter rally from the visiting team at a pair of back to back dagger. steph curry threes to seal the win for the warriors. but even though it was a huge night for steph. there were big contributions from draymond green andrew wiggins, jordan, poole and others and this combination is what has led to the warriors playing their best basketball of the season down this final stretch. we could feel our team improving in coming
>> you know, a couple months back and we knew that the schedule. started to to shift in favor us. we had some really difficult stretches like everybody does every year. but time we just felt like if we you know, hang in that these last 20 games would be a chance for us to to make a real push. i'm happy that i was right. we've got on a good run. i got a high level and the guys are having a lot of fun. everybody stepped up. everybody's. >> understood how they can impact the game on both ends of the floor and everybody has. created that edge of, you know, you don't want to mess this out there. so. >> i love that. >> because it was a little bleak known. >> february march where. we don't know what type of team we are going to be and we really struggling to find our identity. so. you know, we're in a good spot right now. we have this. you know, there's a lot of work to do and no matter how the season goes. i'm really proud of the way we've. given ourselves a
chance to make the season matter what this game will really be remembered for is the coronation of this year's scoring champ. steph curry's ability to put up monster points night after night has made every game this season must-see tv for the warriors coming into today. he needed just 3 points to take the league scoring title for the second time in his career. >> well, he put up 46 of them. he becomes the second oldest player ever to lead the league in scoring and the other guy. just some guy named michael jordan for sports night live. i'm kate rooney. all right. now the warriors are the 8 seed in that play in tournament. >> they will take on the los angeles lakers. that's wednesday at 7 o'clock. that's going to be a really interesting game kyle and a other. what, 3 times this year lakers won 2 of them. the warriors won the first game. they came back from down like 20 in the 2nd half. so it will be interesting to see how that plays out. what do you see happening.
>> well, first, i think all eyes are on obviously the curry lebron matchup. you avoid that. i did some steph curry is 15 7 when play against lebron in the playoffs. so i like that statistic working in the warriors favor. however, this is not the warriors team of years past. so obviously have to keep that in mind. what do you think, jason? i like the dubs chances when playing the lakers once. i think it will be a lot tougher if it was a full series. i think that it bodes well for the warriors that. >> there's no pressure. you know, i mean, like no one expects them to win. they can come in i just hopefully they'll keep it close, but if not, they have another chance on friday against the grizzlies order spurs. so. >> we'll see. they put themselves in a good position by winning today. yeah. without a doubt. >> some other major basketball news, though, going on throughout the weekend at the naismith memorial basketball hall of fame ceremony. >> you're in the hall of fame now. you're to chant. you're
not just an mvp, you're an all-time great. i'm so proud of you. i love you forever and always. right. >> wow. just the embodiment of courage right there. vanessa bryant gave quite a powerful speech. it was hard not to get emotional watching that. just. >> you know, sad. we are obviously wish kobe was here for that. but like you said, you can say it better. this the strength that vanessa bryant has shown over the past year. you know, it was fitting that michael jordan was up there with her and you know, just a bittersweet day because we wish kobe was here. but to see him or allies and basketball cathedral leading probably one of the best classes ever with tim duncan and kevin garnet. it was great to see her. her oldest
daughter natalia. i believe is the oldest danielle was wearing. his hall of fame, blazer which which was a nice touch. so sad. but great to see him get a more allies and empty place with the great where we always knew he was going, yeah. he always belong there. right peta kobe, let's hear from some of other honorees. >> at the ceremony. >> this story and journey doesn't make sense. >> i worked my off but out. i was blessed and guided by so many people. an improbable scenario is to get more. today. so all the people i mentioned to all the ones i didn't must first family. my weight force family. my virgin islands, family. i appreciate and love you all.
>> already coming up, the break, we have giant highlights. we have highlights today with some baseball today. we'll catch you up on that after the break. >> and an east bay. native drafted in the second round by the forty-niners. i talked with erin. thanks. family of former coach about what coming home means to him.
>> welcome back to sports night live have been having a lot of fun watching baseball season because both the giants and a's have been leading their division. yeah. they've quite a treat to best teams in baseball still early. but yeah, you love to see the giants look to build upon their best record in the national league today. final game of a four-game set pirates. the whole to split this series day dropped 2 in a row coming into this game started the top of the knife giants up to mike yastremski. that is high and deep to right a look at pittsburgh ballpark, by the way, is beautiful place. no doubt about that. one. giants take tack on 2 more. they will go on to win 41. they've won 6 of their last 10, they'll head to cincinnati to take on the reds tomorrow. >> and the oakland a's looking to take the series in minnesota say with the astro's breathing down their necks in west standings. so let's head out to target field day. a
minnesotan. there's some green and gold in the stands right there. top of the 7th ace leading by a run bases loaded for matt chapman. he taps one to 3rd base josh donaldson can't hang you just saw run comes into score oakland pad. their lead and the a's end up winning at 7, 6. they take the series and they'll head home to host the astros on tuesday. so that will be a fun one. >> so we know the a's are in the middle of a saga with their stadium. well, earlier this week i spoke with mike jacobs. he's the vp of pacific merchant shipping association and a member of the east oakland stadium alliance basically. sure he's a heavy hitter at the ports where the a's want their new ballpark. he tells me he hasn't had any communication with john fisher is owner or the president. dave kabul since 2019. >> if they really had an interest in dealing with our issues. they sit down and say. we acknowledge your issues. we
understand your issues. let's all he or she is. that happen. instead, what we've gotten is let's move faster. that's very the facts. and let's not address issues that need to be so that's our that's how we're proceeding. and i guess where we're doing what you know, they expected which was we've got to go fast. we don't get fast and down if the city doesn't officially what we want. i guess we just want a war. >> now. i know we have so much more to get to in the show. but i just want to say quickly common bounce off from this. i don't know who that doorway and what's in the hearts of the hids. but yeah, what i took away from that interview was. if you guys are truly invested in oakland in this community. yes, your business, you want to make as much money as you can. but as a sports
organization, you're also have to be on the same page as the people you serve. you serve your if you haven't talked to the people basically run the area where you want to build. it doesn't seem like you're working in good faith. so yes, technically, you. you in the city can override these people. but why do that at least at least he didn't pretend right. that you want to address their problems that they have with you coming there and they haven't done that. so it wasn't a good look to me when i heard that. >> yeah. for sure. and i just read an interesting article on sf gate. actually, i give credit to the beat writers use has been spending all their time dissecting some of the fine pranks. i think that's what's tough about the howard terminal project. and there are in fact, millions of dollars of public money that would end up going into the a's new potential stadium. as far as that proposal goes and like you said, i just feel like the a's haven't made an effort to remedy that and