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really the only spot of heavy rain we have in the day at the moment. our most likely chance of it later today will be up in solano, sonoma and napa counties towards the late afternoon. so watch for that 40's and 50's for most of our current temperatures. we are in the 30's up in pockets of the north bay lake, saint and kelsey bill at 38 degrees. your hard freeze warnings up in lake and mendocino counties just expiring moments ago. i'll be talking our last of our windiest and cool stays in this forecast before a warm-up in the rest of it. still to come john, thank you for that. we of a busy one out there today. if you are in the south bay, let's go to that. especially a long one. a one. >> 63 minutes for your drive. so if you're traveling from 85 and to menlo park checked on to 80 82 nowhere near is backed up. as we're seeing along one. 0, one, the bay bridge. 23 minutes for your drive this morning. may so that fremont street exit. we had some earlier issues there. no accidents, just some residual delays. 29 minutes for your drive. traveling across towards the peninsula.
so we are backed up along one. 0, one. it's why we're seeing delays along the san mateo bridge. 38 to 40 minute drive crockett down towards the maison appendix in westbound 80 at peach, rick rowley got an accident. all lanes are blocked up there. we'll have more on your commute. coming up, the darya. james, back to you. thanks, rana. >> so let's go to the peninsula right now. where hate crime investigation is underway at stanford university after once again, a noose has been found on campus 3 times now in the past 3 years conference will tran is live at stanford with the latest. will. >> unfortunately, this is too commonplace for stanford university and they've had too much practice trying to find out exactly what happened in just like the other instances. so far, no arrest in this particular case. and this one has rock stanford university because this one was found once again near a dormitory. this is at bran or hall. and this was found on sunday night. stanford is already doing outreach programs. the
students to let them know they're all over this. they trying to find out exactly who did this looking at surveillance footage talking to any possible witnesses to try to get to the bottom of this. this happened on sunday night. so it's been a couple of days. stanford, this was first discovered on campus a couple years ago near another dormitory. and then once again, a few years after that or a year after that, you're running trail on stanford's campus. so this time they're pouncing all over. if they've been criticized in the past for being a little too slow in their response. stanford university. yes, it is the mecca of palo alto, but a lot of people in palo alto. they also come through this campus. they consider this also their home got a chance to talk to a woman walking on campus this morning. here's her reaction. when i told or that it's happened once again on her campus. >> i'm to say it makes me frightened. sad. that this is
this is what happened to this country. and people. >> stanford did respond to this. they say we cannot state strongly enough that a noose is a reprehensible symbol of anti-black racism and violence. that will not be tolerated on our campus as a community. we must stand united against such conduct and those who perpetrated at this particular point, they either don't have any leads or sharing any leads with the public. but again, they are doing outreach programs to let the community know exactly what happened in what they're doing about it. stanford university takes pride in higher education. of course, perhaps among the highest in the country. so they are reeling from this. they also have a small african american population. about 7% of the students here are african-americans. so they're making sure that they know exactly what's going on. and they've done recent surveys
among those african american students. and many of them say that they have faced microaggression in the past. of course, none more reprehensible when the symbol of a news back to you. >> i promise you and i promise the voters of san francisco that as long as i'm district attorney, every single budget that i submit to them there. for victims. ask for resources >> that was san francisco district attorney chase. it would he's fighting to keep his job as voters are deciding whether to recall him as the city's top prosecutor next month. critics a dozen holding of criminals accountable. we invited body into our studios to answer questions from voters during a live prime time special last night. he says that he was elected to serve a four-year chair and he should stay and see it through. he ran on a campaign promising progressive reform while keeping san franciscan safe. so we asked him what he's done to keep that promise.
>> we've got a tremendous amount of work to improve public safety and san francisco, including groundbreaking investigations on auto burglaries, which we can talk more about suing the manufacturers of illegal ghost guns that are designed to be used in crimes and standing up for our small businesses, especially immigrant owned businesses against frivolous, unlawful lawsuits filed in the name of disability rights, but really lining the pockets of unscrupulous plaintiffs. lawyers. >> open air drug use in the tenderloin continues to be a problem. we've done stories drug users who say they specifically come to san francisco because they feel they won't be hassled. so here's what had to say about that. >> overdoses in the fatal overdoses in san francisco across the country are devastating and they're rising all across the country. it's not a problem. limited to san francisco we need a more effective response to the drug crisis on our streets. it has
to start with the public health response. we needed to be easier to get help. that is the high in san francisco. and look, law enforcement has limited tools. what i can do primarily as i can drug dealers. have police arrest. but in san francisco right now, police are making arrests citywide about 2 drug sales cases a day. >> well, voters are going to be deciding the da's future on june 17th. and by the way, if you want to watch that entire conversation we've got for you on our website at kron 4 dot com. time now is 8, 0, 6, and child is in the hospital right now after being hit by a bullet while riding in a car on a highway yesterday in vacaville, right along interstate 80, we have really to shout with more on what happened. >> at family outside they look like they were upset. said, chp says a 7 year-old child was shot while riding in the backseat of a blue honda accord as a travel down. i-80 near alamo drive in vacaville
on monday afternoon. the family drove directly to the er northbay medical center in fairfield where chp says the young passenger suffered a non-life-threatening injury. emergency radio traffic says the 7 year-old was shot in the foot solar car. >> when the tow truck is just riddled bullet holes for share field resident charles morgan happen to see the family as he walked out of the hospital. 3 females and has been from speaking on the driver side by a bullet holes, maybe for the driver side door through through the back and was with what my attention was a car seen the back. so i didn't notice the bullet holes that i got to the side of it. and then it was just it just looks bad back on the freeway where the shooting happened. you see a chp officer collecting what appears to be bullet casings from the pace bend. it's unfortunate said and just. >> the disregard for life.
>> and 7 year-old 30 year-old 50 year-old. it doesn't is the disruption his life. it's unfortunate. you know, just praying that several pulls through. >> really well put. so we hope the same. and we're waiting for the police to get more details. they are trying to figure out what prompted the update. you're find out 8, 0, 8, is the time there was also shooting vallejo. police investigating 3 people were injured in the shooting that happened there last night on avian drive just west of columbus parkway. that's near saint catherine of siena preschool. police have not released a description of the shooter, but they said there would be more information coming out soon. so we'll keep you posted. well, california leaders right now are moving forward with plans to increase abortion access across the state. >> this comes as democrats are looking to energize voters over of the women's rights to choose the state's primary election is underway right now. we have ashley zavala explaining the action they took on monday. >> portion service, the state
senate appropriations committee monday moved forward with the bill that would set up a fund to help low-income people, access abortion in california. the bill sb 11. 42 would also require the state's health and human services agency to set up a website with information on abortion services in the state. it's one of more than a dozen bills aiming to boost abortion access and protections in california as a father to daughter a california. >> continue to a pro choice. >> say the committee put the bill on the suspense file for later consideration. the suspense file is reserved for bills that could cost the state more than $50,000 from the general fund or 150,000 from special funds. the committee analysis of the bill shows it could cost in the low millions of dollars. democrats who wrote the bill say it's worth it. you know that california resident west of trouble a day maybe has to leave her kids at home. >> she may not have the money to afford child care to take the day off work. so we want to make sure that we can provide for that. and we may
have some other people to come to the stage and they may need that help to opponents argue the money would not be extended to low-income women who want childbirth. some raised concerns about allowing people from out of state to access the funds pay will create a huge national system up into eu and for all. >> as early voting begins for the california primary election expanding and protecting access to abortion is a campaign platform for democrats determined to hold on to their offices this year. that includes attorney general rob bonta and governor gavin newson could support gavin newsom. well, it's just totally political and republican congressional candidate and current state assemblyman kevin kiley says democrats are using abortion as a distraction from california's major issues. some democrats say the issue of abortion could energize voters to get them out and be more enthu iastic about this upcoming election. are you concerned about that? well, no, i mean, i think people are fundamentally i, you based upon the issues that are of
importance to them, that they're seeing in their lives for the end of the day. you know, i think it's unfortunate they're trying to use this for such sort of transparently political purposes in sacramento. ashley zavala kron, 4 news. as the country waits on a final opinion to come out from the u.s. supreme court on roe v wade abortion providers in california are wondering how they'r going to handle. >> the expected influx of patients from out of state and that discussion took center stage at a town hall in san francisco's mission district last night. assembly member rebecca bauer-kahan was one of the speakers and she says now is the time to get prepared, meaning abortion providers need to get funding now and have enough staff to be able to support patients. doctor daniel grossman is an abortion provider in san francisco and he's afraid despite california's access to abortions, it's going to be hard for people in other states to get here. >> the reality is that we're far from states that are going to get an abortion we can really mobilize people to provide financial and
logistical support people who need the care in the states and where they're not going to show up. >> assembly member bauer-kahan says that the state and abortion providers also need to ensure there's a system in place to protect people from criminalization. if they do come to california to get an abortion. >> we'll take a break in a 12. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, a sheriff's deputy in alameda is recovering after a drunk driver crashes in 2. and we'll tell you why the deputy says this is a wake-up call to crack down on drunk driving. plus, dave chappelle upset with the la district attorney. we're not charging of the attacker to tackle him on stage with more serious crimes on that to come. >> another cool, breezy day today and looking at another chance of showers, especially in the north bay later today, only in the upper 50's to low 60's way cooler than we're used to this time of year. i've got more. your forecast ahead. >> and as the morning goes on, you get to drive times
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>> 15 and listen to this. >> can you tell how bad it was born yesterday or good? because, you know, i was so excited to see the rain that i started rolling and while you're in it, you're thinking, wow, is this coming down everywhere? is everybody see in the night? that's why one of the message we would see a little break in the clouds. >> but this is the richmond center fell bridge. i think it was maybe like noon yesterday. i would say, and it just
started whole i thought i was like in florida or something, you know, open. looks like what that bridge? i didn't get any of that. my neighborhood yesterday. so this is very spotty. i want it. and it was still a breach of the bubble. and it just came down. usually you're the one. that's the oh, yeah, i'm in today. it's most likely in solano county where the app and sonoma counties. it looks like it come down. really good in those spots. yeah. okay. so don't be surprised if you get your own car wash. very today we are seeing a kind of a repeat of yesterday and more than that to skies are partly cloudy. it's cool again. and we are breezy again. so it all sounds very familiar at this point. >> half moon bay, let's not stop. and you guys from walk the dogs out there. see some of you partly cloudy overhead, a bit breezy at times and definitely cool. this morning. we are seeing some spots of rainfall out towards the central valley and a spot, a heavy rain that just left out there towards milpitas union city in fremont working its
way now up in the blows above the south and east bay. most of us are pretty calm. pretty clear this morning. but a look at futurecast shows you that's not going to necessarily stay that way all day. first of all, snow picks back up later on into the afternoon for the sierra nevada. we'll start to see some thunderstorm activity forming in lake sonoma and napa counties towards the late afternoon, especially watch out for some roles of thunder possibility of heavy downpours, maybe even some small hail up there, most likely out towards the delta and the north bay. as far as any sort of heavy rainfall goes today is really our last day of this. coolest windiest and most unsettled weather tomorrow. we're still going to be looking at breezy and cool conditions. but temperatures get a little closer to the 70's and skies are a whole lot clear for your wednesday. winds are also not going to be as much of a factor tomorrow. we'll still be seeing gusts anywhere from 30 even 35 miles per hour this afternoon. tomorrow's winds are not going to be as strong still around
20 miles per hour. for your gusts for your wednesday little clear and a whole lot drier for your wednesday. this low pressure area that's really just sitting right across the region currently is going to slowly move its way out being slowly replaced by a high pressure ridge that's going to build in from the south and west. as that happens, we'll gradually see a warm-up that by the weekend gets us to back into the 80's with lots of sunshine and consistently dry skies. so it's going to be a slow transition out of this cooler than average and more unsettled weather 50's and 60's for our daytime highs later today. pretty much a repeat of yesterday. not a whole lot of change. san jose at 63 for your high fremont at 61 degrees. tri valley union city all the way up to oakland evenly at 60 degrees. concord, antioch, pittsburgh, and fairfield. our warmest spots at 64 or 65 today. tomorrow's temperatures and a huge change. but we do clear out and we do jump closer to 70. we're going to stay that way into thursday. it's really friday, saturday and sunday when we start to feel that warmth will be back in the
70's by the bay 80's further inland right now. john, thank you for we start to really pick up out there in the 8 o'clock hour. so if you're taking the san mateo bridge. >> about a 30 minute drive, no accidents just receive delays and an uptick along one. 0, one on the peninsula side 20 minutes traveling into the city may so that free must re exits of the bay bridge has been busy for most of the morning. we started the earlier hours of an accident there that since been clear, 58 minutes, almost 60 along one o one. that's 85 and demillo park. so to 18, 82 might be good options for you. i don't see major delays along to 37 as well. if you're traveling along 8.80, heading from sara lee and real into milpitas about 15 minutes. so definitely a slow crawl as you're traveling there out of richmond heading across towards san rafale down to 16 minutes. so no major issues here. the kraken down towards the major at about 30 minutes. darya. james, back to you. thanks. a lot of 19 and we have new details on the
nationwide manhunt that ended in indiana escaped alabama inmate casey white and corrections officer vicky white. >> they took off on the run and they made it 11 days. they did. yes. same last name. no relation, but it ended after a police chase. >> and a crash with the officer light in the end, taking her own life. bailey smith has a whole story. >> well, the criminals, sometimes they do things that are unexplainable. but in this case, i'm glad they did. indiana is known as the crossroads of america and to star crossed lovers crossed right into the tri-state. >> on may 3rd, james stinson noticed a ford truck abandoned at the wyandotte car wash where he worked and he got suspicious. i walked up to the truck. >> the wendy, you're down in oregon lot. my first thought, oh, my god, it could be this gap. now >> stenson contacted law enforcement and received a phone call from the u.s. marshals on may 8. i said, did you have a card over and all of you for >> but they got out of my mind. yeah, it i think yeah,
they were there. >> almost a week had passed but surveillance photos from the car wash help spark several more tips. >> i think that too, on on he could. but on long lane are put on another flight that to you check out what to do with show you thought. >> stenson thought there had to be more. so we kept watching the surveillance and caught a glimpse of who he believed to be vicky white looking like am i think our talk around and kamala and they like to get on monday. law enforcement located a vehicle that matched the description of that cadillac. and that sparked a high-speed chase northbound on highway. marshals task force officers intercepted them actually. >> collided with them to try to in the pursuit from the time we initiate pursuit until the timing in that less than a few minutes. >> the cadillac flipped into a ditch. and law enforcement said the woman immediately shot herself. the suspects were taken into custody and it was confirmed that it was
indeed alabama fugitive casey white and former jailer vicky white. they were transported to local hospitals. were vicky white later died of her injuries anything? and we're lucky that. >> no law enforcement was angier. no innocent civilians were injured. the pursuit was short in nature and we people in custody. >> now it's just crazy. a story, one >> comedian dave chappelle want a felony charge levied against the man who attacked him on stage at the hollywood bowl while he was performing is the middle of a show. >> during the netflix is a joke festival last tuesday when a guy ran on stage and tackled him that man was found with a fake gun but had a real knife inside the la district attorney did not file felony charges, though, against isaiah lee saying there was no evidence presented that warranted stiffer charges. but should pell's lawyer says the comedian wants the da to make this case a felony. right now, lee just faces misdemeanor battery charges.
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says the church has been struggling since 2 people were murdered back in november of 2020 at the church is homeless shelter. >> and the top of that, they've been struggling financially for a long while and because of this 2 thirds of the church congregation along with the pastor voted to sell the property to a real estate developer so they could build more housing and in exchange would build the church. a brand new facility somewhere else. but some parishioners are asking the city to designate that specific church as a historic landmark move that could stop the deal in his tracks. >> they did this. >> on their own after 2 thirds or more of the church and voted for a historic development touch. and that 2 thirds majority, mostly many of those people are african-american and hispanic. the people who were trying to disenfranchise them are largely white. >> well, reverend oliver says that selling the land and relocating is at this point the best way to ensure the church can survive and continue serving the community.
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stand by. let's to him. no good morning. it's wish for that no, no. then we go there we go transition it's nice and clear out there. we are going to see a swish of some wind today out there. you're going to hear that as you're driving to work or just on your windshield are your window as euro waking up this morning and that they're breezy day another clear one for most of us. but one that will bring spots of even heavy rainfall possible for the north bay, like solano, napa and sonoma counties later on. >> already saw that are right north of san jose around milpitas fremont union, a union city out there right now. most of that heavy rain has transition to snow fall into the upper elevations just east of san jose. that's really been are only pockets of heavy rain so far today. most of that activity will be in the north bay later on 40's 50's for current temperatures right now. livermore, you're at 48 oakland, alameda here at 51. we were in the 30's up to
the north bay. now starting to see temperatures rising is going to be another breezy one. so anticipate that cool feel and a brisk feel as you're getting out and about today. >> great job. thank you for that busy out there on our highways. like a long 8.80, year southbound north of 23rd avenue. we have a vehicle fire in oakland. so we are seeing some delays as you're traveling. also pretty backed up along 5.80. you might want to take international trying to get around those delays heading into the city, want to reach the maze. 21 minutes for your drive right now. if you are traveling there about 30 minutes for you taking the san mateo bridge. so one o one, we're seeing delays pretty backed up the air because of an uptick in traffic. no accidents along one. 0, one, cracking down towards the base. 30 minutes for your drive. some possible avenue. always a good alternate for navigating getting around that. and in the south bay. 57 minutes traveling along one o one that's going from 85 along towards and the most part darya. james, back to you. thanks. rate 8.31, in the east bay and alameda county
sheriff's deputy is recovering after a crash involving a suspected drunk driver. and the sheriff's lieutenant now speaking out highlighting the dangers of drunk driving. >> you got to see the pictures. the ax. and crawford's theresa stasi has the story. >> this is all that is left of an alameda county sheriff's deputy's suv following a dui accident. the engine a mangled pile of metal. how is the deputy doing? this was a horrific situation. >> our deputies doing ok we talked the phone today and he's banged up. he's more it under the realization of how lucky he was. >> alameda county sheriff spokesperson lieutenant ray kelly on this crash involving one of the county's deputies, preliminary information shows the driver of the car going around. 55 miles an hour when running the red light at the intersection of 16th avenue and foothill in oakland and smashing into the deputy's
vehicle. just an example that underscores. >> the dangers of dui because it's such a visual crash and visual impact. the fact that people are able to walk away from it without any serious bodily injury or any death in this case, i think underscores the dangers and this is a a law enforcement officer driving back to the police station at the end of a shift. and when he's taken out by a drunk driver. and i think so that could be anybody. we're glad that wasn't a family in a minivan. it was going through that intersection. and all of those things line that the right time, the right place to have a collision like that happen. >> this is the other vehicle involved. lieutenant calley says a field sobriety test showed the driver's blood alcohol level at 0.1 6, twice the legal limit. his name has not been released yet pending charges with the da's office. do have a dui enforcement unit and we've been very successful with a unit in grant writing getting revenue to that unit to put on extra patrols.
>> including in the city, oakland, where we going and we do more than a dozen, a dui patrol per year. as for the deputy, he is recovering in the hospital. to recess stasio crowd. >> 33 in the east bay, oakland, police now investigating how a body ended up near tilden park. they found a sunday night at about 7.15, on grizzly peak boulevard boulevard at clare ont. and according to the witness, the victim had been shot and wrapped in plastic. now last week, construction workers found a body also wrapped in plastic at a site near 7th street and maritime right to the port of oakland. police now looking to see if these are connected in some way. >> in santa rosa to parents are in custody in connection with the deaths of their 15 month-old toddler. here are pictures from evan frost tick in madison. bernard is home on sonoma avenue, police got a call that there was an unresponsive child in the home
yesterday morning. and when they went in the santa rosa police noticed what looked like fentanyl near the toddler % and they also found more drugs around the house, including in the bed that the child shared with her parents. >> the san jose workers are now required to mask up again for the next 2 weeks. at least this decision because covid cases are on the rise. the omicron subvariant us. >> continuing to spread. it's a temporary measure that's in place from friday until may 20th and it affects workers at city facilities. santa clara county has seen nearly 500 covid cases within the last week. >> bay area, doctors are chiming in saying that we have more tools now than ever before to live with the virus and to avoid hospitalizations and death with kron and harry speaking with an infectious disease specialist who says more people now need to know about paxlovid, which is a drug designed to treat covid. >> i think the main thing for people to do is to know that packs of is there not people
in the community but health care providers everywhere. we're not using enough. that issue caused san francisco county to turn away thousands of doses of paxlovid earlier this year. >> but with the recent rise in covid cases, ucsf infectious disease specialist doctor peter chin-hong says he wants to see more demand for the drug. it involves having a conversation with a health care professional that also requires a prescription and also most importantly, require is somebody that check drug interactions right now. the emergency use authorization is for anyone over the age of 12. >> who is that a serious risk of a bad outcome or unvaccinated? but he says everyone should be aware of it because it can benefit anyone with the virus from a virus perspective. what we do know is that the fire load associated with being infected drops. foster. if you take paxlovid, he believes it could become a common way of
treating covid in the future. i can imagine it being used for a variety of reasons. just like the way we use time of flu. when someone has influenza recently, there have been reports of people having relapses symptoms after taking paxlovid very rare situation. it happen also in the group who would treated with pax-lovid with and which return plus evil. so it's unclear what this means a course of paxlovid last 5 days. right now, only one course is recommended. even if symptoms reappear. amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> well, still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, the biden administration rolling out a new internet service. we're going to tell you how it's designed to help families pay less to stay connected. it can be free for some. plus, a new iill is giving president biden more power to help ukraine, how he plans to use it. the senate made. and steph curry turning up the heat in game for getting the crowd riled up. we're going to show you the highlights. coming up.
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the war between russia and ukraine still shows no signs of slowing down. >> so the president is taking another step to expedite help to ukraine. monday, president joe biden signed a new law that gives him more authority to support ukraine. >> and the fight to defend their country. a new democracy good to war. last beat up the process of sending military aid to ukraine. >> as it fights back against the russian invasion that started more than 70 days ago across fight is not cheap. >> but caving to cost. that's why we're staying news. >> there's currently just 100 million dollars left of the money. congress has already approved. pentagon press secretary john kirby says it will last until the 3rd week of may. we continue to urge congress to pass the president's supplemental request as soon as possible. but you know, because i'm in moscow, russian president vladimir putin celebrated the anniversary of the end of world war. 2 and defended the
russian invasion as a preemptive step to defending his country from western through, at that he talked about this being justified the military operation. it's not. kirby criticized the message from putin and says what the world needs to hear is how putin will end the war and how he's going to finally respect ukraine as a sovereign state and nation that borders. he's a nation that posed absolutely 0 threat. the president's bill he signed is separate from the request to congress. any problems the u.s. will continue to send support reporting in washington. i'm basil, john.
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>> it's a 44 and state leaders are rallying behind a new senate bill that's designed to rework california's water delivery system. the state water resiliency act is being pushed by senator melissa hurtado of san diego. 200 million dollars allocated in the 21. 22 budget. we'll provide limited repairs to infrastructure and senator hurtado testified yesterday that funding is vital to provide drinking water to communities throughout the state. >> we know the water insecurity can and will be to social disruption of left them this is what we need to act with urgency and you water. security also means more tools in the tool box. we need those
tools right now. >> and water and from advocates also say they need those tools. they want the governor to find a solution because their scarcity and other challenges they face. and in the central valley, if they face it, you know, we face it. yeah. at the grocery store and everything else. if only i could have held out a big swimming pool because i mean, it was pouring yesterday. i couldn't get a lot of drove through sudden down burst of rain across the richmond center bridge and i guess maybe john more on tap for a few folks today. yeah, specially further north in the bay area. so another round of that potentially heavy rainfall up into solano sonoma. >> and napa counties, unfortunately, the one daria drove through just went right into the bay, could use that a little further inland looking out there at san jose this morning, we did see a heavy pocket of rainfall just north of san jose earlier. so some really dark clouds as the storm clouds built overhead. a lot of that energy is now shifted a little bit further inland, sitting right at the county line of santa clara and alameda counties up in those upper elevations, fairly quiet
across the rest of the bay right now. but future cast shows you how things pick up later today, both in the sierra with some more snowfall. and then as we mentioned up in the north bay, a chance of some thunderstorms popping up specially out towards the delta but also into wine country towards the late afternoon pockets of heavy mate, rain. maybe a few rolls of thunder, even some hail possible up into the north bay later on now as we move into tomorrow, things start to show signs of changing. we're going to be a little warmer, a little calmer and also not looking at as much of a potential of any sort of afternoon showers for your wednesday. so today is the last of our coolest windiest and unsubtle days. as far as weather goes, you can see winds this afternoon really picking up another afternoon with 30 miles per hour. plus, wind gusts tomorrow still breezy, but not as much. we're also going to be a bit warmer tomorrow and also a little clear. so that change starts to happen slowly as this low pressure area and the dip in the jet stream. we're in the midst of starts to move a little bit further eastward. this is going to
allow high pressure to slowly build back in really settling in come the weekend 50's for your highs and san francisco and at the coastline today, temperatures for the rest of the bay area in a range of upper 50's to low 60's. we are going to see a few mid 60's today. so some of us one to 2 degrees warmer than yesterday. not much of a difference. you'll notice, though. so all in all, it feels very similar to where we were bowl sunday and monday, antioch or warmest spot at 65 pittsburgh. fairfield conquered at 64. some of our warmer areas tomorrow and thursday, we inch closer to the 70's, a lot drier, little calmer, releasing those changes this weekend with highs inland will be in the 80's and bayshore cities rise into the 70's thank you for that. ok, let's start in the south bay and look at the drive times their 54 minutes for you. traveling along one. 0, one. >> 85 in to menlo park. 2.88 who also good alternate for you because of the uptick in traffic or seen all along one.
0, one heading into the city right now about 22 minutes for your drive to make it from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit. no accidents along the bay bridge, san mateo bridge about 21 minutes. that's improved from last time we checked in. we read 30 so drive times are going down there one. 0, one. we're seeing delays along there. and so that was slowing us down a bit clock down towards the maze. 26 minutes for you as you're traveling highway for antioch, traveling in to conquer to 42. it will take you around. 21 minutes to make that drive. checking on 8.80, san leandro traveling to milpitas around 15 minutes. darya. james, back to you. >> thank you very much. rain for your money this morning. president biden now pushing his new program that could help connect 10's of millions of families to the internet. last year's infrastructure package. mark billions of dollars to give low-income families $30 a month to help pay for internet service will. now the biden administration is announcing a deal with 20 companies to offer high-speed internet to those families. at
that price that makes their internet essentially free, at least for an estimated 48 million households across the country. >> is going to change people's lives. this means fast and good download speeds with no data gap caps and no extra fees for the american family can say. >> manor net bill just went to $0 a month. that's fantastic. >> when we connect people with high speed internet, we connect them with the opportunity. we have to do more education to let folks now it's here. you can afford it and you really need to sign up. >> so families, as you heard need to sign up for the program. biden administration launching a new website get internet dot gov and that will help you out. all right. >> and if you have the internet and stuff you can stay connected with the warriors. yes, warriors are so close now, just one win away being able the western conference finals. yesterday's game, though, it was a win was a bit scary. that play was a little sloppy in the 1st half. but it did come down to the final moments of the 4th quarter with steph curry
lighting things up. he made some critical threes made some great free throws fact he became the first player in nba history to make 500 career threes in a playoff game. pretty hot. and at the end all came down to the final moments. the 4th quarter with steph making clutch shots, including some free throws worse, had the lead that now the grizzlies trying to come back in the final seconds, didn't have a >> he shot. you like at i love that. you're all right. and so then the nail in the coffin came and the warriors win it one o one to 98 s they lead the series 3 to one coach. kerr is not going to be there. he won their last night. you know, i could be there for the rest of serious. yeah. he tested positive for covid earlier in the day. so he had to sit this one out as a coach. mike brown had the clipboard and here he is talking afterwards about. >> yeah, it was a rough game, but it was when. >> that's playoff basketball. sometimes its grimy. sometimes it's gritty. and for me, i know again, it shows that because they they turned it
into that game. 2 in memphis and we lost. and so they turned it into again tonight, especially with jobs out. and our guys just found a way. so i'm so proud of them. it was a tough night for us. but at this point, the year you win ball games, it doesn't matter how you get there, but you win ball games and we found a way when the night. that's why i'm excited. >> we're really except for game 5 now. and memphis tipoff is tomorrow at 6.30. time now is 08:52am. should giants real quick. yeah. giants opening up a 3 game series against the rockies yesterday. so let's get to the action. bottom of the 3rd. we want to pick it up with the giants up one to nothing. >> and then were issued to bonn. you'll see here in a moment he's going to hit one to center field. there it goes. and a lucky fan ended up catching it. you'll see the tail end of that here in a moment. this was a 2 run home run that extended the giants lead it 3, nothing areas. congratulations. the giants win 8 to 5 game 2 is tonight. first pitch at 6.45. and the a's won 2. and that was a big
deal because they were on a 9 game losing streak. >> so let's check this out. a around casually before the game, tony. kim. at the plate. he gets all that won. and that's going to right field. yeah. and it up winning. so that was terrific. beat the tigers to out. time now is 8.53. we've got lots coming up here on the kron. 4 morning here on the kron. 4 morning news. yeah break. be right back.
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possibility of a sprinkle depending on where you are. well, though, it seems sunny now, i guess just get on the blood like yesterday. guys were some of us are so sunny and others could see that sprinkle maybe even some heavy rainfall in parts of the north bay. >> now, your view outside right now looks great. yeah. the east bay hills, berkeley, down below looks wonderful. we do have some rainfall that's picked up north of sacramento and some snowfall there in the southern cascades. comparatively really quiet for the bay area, did see some heavy rain just north of san jose. a couple of hours ago around milpitas fremont that's moved its way on up into the hills just above the east bay and south bay. so most of us at this point are indeed, really quiet as far as the skies go with lots of sunshine and temperatures beginning to rise, 40's and 50's for current temperatures a lot like yesterday. it's going to be another breezy one. so that's one of the big catch is that you are venturing out there. winds gusting to 2025, maybe even 30 miles per hour range is going make for a brisk feel to it. now. tomorrow is going to be a