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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news at 7. >> good morning, everybody. and thank you so much for joining us on the kron 4 morning news i'm marty gonzales. and i'm noelle bellow. it is sunday march 28th. we're almost done with the month. >> i feel like certain parts of the bay are looking gorgeous like a different behind us. but there's a lot of fog elsewhere have been looking over dave shoulder. look at the golden gate bridge monitor and it is socked in with fog. so we've got the micro climates working days. far has been. tell us more about that heidi. okay. good morning, guys. good morning, yeah. that we layer is checking in and what we can see it right at the ground and all of the shots going on
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aloft. it's all clear. so that tells us we get the sun up. we're going to get mixed out. so won't be here for very long, but it will return tomorrow morning. interesting >> because we have a little change in the weather pattern. there you see a look at the golden gate. it just spoken up to steer from the shot from timber on and of course, spilling across the bay again, very close to the ground level up close and personal. you see the fog covering the roadway of the golden gate. and that's a probably the case through a lot of a lot of the bridges around the bay. we're looking at rather perimeter. the bay 39 chilly degrees for a half moon bay and 38 up santa rosa. but again, most readings at least are in the 40's for comparison sake. we're a little bit warmer than this time from yesterday and will probably do that. well, inland later today as i mentioned, that marine layer is pretty strong this morning. that will be strong again tomorrow morning. there's that front to the north that's going to drive a little temporary onshore. wind will kind of break that down for you then actually interesting a little offshore by monday afternoon. there's the fog again off to the distance. you can see how it's hugging the bay. we've
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got 66 going on 11 o'clock by to 76 pretty similar to yesterday, maybe a couple degrees better well inland and then some changes into next week. we'll look at that forecast in a bit. >> want everybody get together to stop the hate crime. we are not the all life matters. >> hundreds of people marched through the streets saturday calling for an end to the violence against asian americans and more rallies are planned for today for months, kron 4 has been tracking the rise in violence against members of the asian american and pacific islander community. >> during this pandemic. now a bay area group is looking to keep senior member safe by giving them a low tech tool that they say can make a difference. kron four's amanda hari has the details. >> they're giving out whistles. the organizer tells me whistles create a lot of noise and that could catch someone else. the tension or scare the person that may be trying to hurt the other person that's wearing that whistle. you know, they feel a little safer.
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>> going out. by because with all the crimes against asians right now. it's it's scary organizer. he alvarado morris says she came up with the we come together whistle drive. well, online looking through a moms group. >> she said another mother brought up concerns about her asian parents. parents were afraid. >> to go out and how can we help people in the group suggested pepper spray but alvarado morris was concerned that it could be dangerous to the user. so she came up with another idea i bought 2 winter was originally as she told people about the whistle concept. there was more and more interest by data. we had a 1000 whistles. >> and then by day 3, when we me for 5,000 whistles. people are donating money and their time to help with the whistle drive. >> currently they have about 45 volunteers. >> and over. adam morris says she was in chinatown herself, handing out whistles to asian
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elders. there are so excited about it. so grateful and you know, kids and say thank you. you know that. >> thank you for healthy. i'm told they're putting the whistles on lanyards like this one here except it's a breakaway lanyard that way. if someone was to pull on it. it wouldn't choke the person wearing it or hurt the person anyway in san francisco. amanda hari kron 4 news. >> and there are several more rallies planned in the bay area. today to support asian american communities in the east bay. there are 3 rallies set, one in berkeley. then in dublin and in fremont. and you can find all the locations times and other details available on our website at kron 4 dot com. >> one of san francisco's most underserved communities during the pandemic is finally on the receiving end of covid-19 vaccinations. yes, the treasure island vaccination center that opened for the first time for 3 consecutive saturdays kron four's, phillipe djegal was there. >> it's been a long time coming for treasure island.
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residents who have awaited access to a covid-19 vaccine i've waited for almost 2 months. the state has identified the island as a priority for vaccinations to meet state equity goals on saturday. the ship shape community center. welcome to island residents only for their first of 2 shots administered by members of the san francisco fire department. and so happy. when i saw them, i got my vaccine had tears in my eyes because. >> happy tears because i just it's been such a long year and i'm so happy this community has felt like they haven't been well served and they've been very grateful that we're here today to help them ease residents are being inoculated with the moderna vaccine. the san francisco department of public health providing 100 doses. and as the residents done, the vendors merchants who are on the island are next on our list. outreach to make sure that this zip code gets covered treasure island ranks in the lower end of the state's healthy places, index and access to health care.
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>> a neighborhood. san francisco supervisor matt haney is office says has no active health clinics that the we have this the vaccination site will run again for the next 2 consecutive saturdays appointments can be made ahead of time through outreach workers checking in on resident's door to door. >> or you can simply walk up to receive your shot on treasure island in san francisco. phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> after saturday's event, san francisco supervisor matt haney tweeted this message saying at least 5% of people living on that, right on treasure island were able to be vaccinated from yesterday's clinic. he says that may have nearly matched the total group who live on the island who were vaccinated prior to the clinic. he went on to say access matters. >> and johnson johnson is set to deliver nearly 11 million doses of its single-shot vaccine across the country by wednesday. the company has already sent 4 million doses after being cleared by the fda
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last month. but there's been a delay since then as the manufacturer increased operations, the distribution of the single dose vaccine will give a big boost to president biden's goal of administering 200 million vaccines in his first 100 days in office. >> coming up here on the kron 4 morning news as bay area counties expand their reopenings. some doctors are cautioning against indoor dining. we've got their message plus more bay area school districts are getting ready to reopen. we're going to tell you where. and after the break, president biden getting ready to unveil his infrastructure plan, but not everybody is happy with the proposals will have that and more coming up. the break.
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>> and we are back with national news. this morning. president biden set to unveil his infrastructure plan this week. administration is working on finalizing a plan that would cost trillions of dollars to help fix roads and bridges. but it could end up costing taxpayers. rick chambers explains. >> the infrastructure status quo as a threat to our collective future that's transportation secretary pete buttigieg telling a congressional committee. >> that now is the time to invest in the nation's infrastructure across the country. we face a trillion dollar backlog of needed repairs and improvements with. >> hundreds of billions of dollars in good projects already in the pipeline. keep
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in mind that more than 230,000 of our bridges are in need of repair. and the country's highway system is falling apart. >> one in 5 miles of our highways and major roads are in poor condition. that's a 186,000 miles of highway. >> so to pay for a trillion dollars or more and refurbishing the biden administration is now suggesting a mileage tax a tax on how much you i think it would be great because some people that bone dry them much and then you pay too much on insurance. i don't try to make my car. >> i may be dry. less 5,000 miles per year. so that would be good for you for me, but maybe for orders, not with the electric car growing in popularity and the gas tax just insufficient a user pay tax may be next. but some see it as just another way for uncle sam to get into your pocket. german teen from work. i personally don't turn that. you put mom does. and she were to drive. per mile and paper tax on those miles. is this a
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more out of pocket. they get it in other ways. that is just 1. one more thing for them to, you know. >> texas. and this is not the one. >> and looks like a beautiful day going on for your sunday to would take a little break in that action early into tomorrow. course fog be coming back as well. but a nice warm up in the next week. all public forecast coming up in just that.
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>> good morning. welcome back. bay area restaurants and the orange tier can increase their indoor dining capacity to 50%. and but health experts are cautioning against it. kron four's. gayle ong has more from doctors and diners. >> i know these restaurants have been suffering so and that means people who work in those restaurants ever suffered so much. and i hate to say something that is going be good for their business i can only tell you i look at the numbers every day, you won't find u c berkeley infectious disease expert doctor john swartzberg dining inside a restaurant anytime soon. >> but he understands the damage. the pandemic has done to the restaurant industry. and if you are comfortable eating inside, keep the windows open the doors yeah. yeah. it's a group you >> depending upon how nation works in that particular room.
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if you're really good airflow with multiple air exchanges meeting. the air is being exchange. many terms of the hour. ucsf infectious disease expert doctor monica gandhi has different views inside at this point, especially dining wear masks to be taken or say for the vaccinated. i feel fine going inside with my parents were visiting new 8780. >> because we're all that's needed. i would not go into a city. both health experts say it's important to maintain the public health measures that we have to help patients right now. people are mosque. people are distancing and that's exactly what danielle john mccain is doing. >> i'm one vaccine down. so i'm still getting my second one next weekend. you know, once that happens, everything can tell you're going to be fine. whatever. it's like no i'm going to take all precautions wearing my mask in keeping my distance and stuff like that. >> and that's exactly what doctors are encouraging and reminding people, even though
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you are fully vaccinated, you're still gonna have to mask up and social distance. everything we have been doing doing during the pandemic. because while the vaccine protects you from getting severe covid symptoms. he still can be a carrier of the virus and pass it on to someone more vulnerable in burlingame. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> and it should be a really nice day to dine outdoors act today. exactly nice and warm. i think dave spahr has got the details on that. those temps for us a day. you got that right. good morning, guys. good morning, everybody. we're going to look at those temperatures trying to reach about 80. we may not get there, no worry next week. we'll do that. fine. we can still notice some leftover fog. hugging reaches to the surface here. the shot from half moon bay. and that's very indicative. we see all across the bay. the typical advection fog that's textbook for the bay area that we're seeing everywhere going on sfo no delays. that's the good news. happening there. and pretty clear as you can see, a lot so this is mixing up pretty quickly. 40's covered the east bay shoreline. 42 for livermore in if the oft
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antioch, even the north bay has improved from yesterday. 43 for napa. 41 a bottle of those still chilly at the santa rosa 3848. meanwhile, down to san jose futurecast for we sometimes try to look at this in terms of seeing some cloud cover for next system getting here. it's very uneventful impact of the showing it today because tomorrow goodbye what you can't see a little bit is that marine layer that will be here. so we're going to do the fog thing again tomorrow morning. the flow pattern will be a bit more on shore and we'll show you the winds in a second. then there's an interesting switch that's get to those winds first folder on shore going on for monday morning. there it is about 11 o'clock here. the arrows we have kind of on shore up are in sonoma county but solano county. there's that little pocket of some offshore winds become a little bit more pronounced in the afternoon. now during this period. now temperatures will dive a little bit. they're going to be as warm as they were from yesterday. winds are kind of interrupting heating of that. this is just a hiatus because we're jumping back to that later on next week. let's measure the moisture levels here. marine layer comes back
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by tonight. there you can see it going up the base. so that's good news. quickly dissipating. this is tomorrow afternoon. all the east bay up the solano county. those humidity levels drop to the lower teens and even the single digits and they stick around. looks like for the afternoon and even overnight into tuesday morning. so putting it all together with the a bit of fog down beneath us here. sunny and warm happening inland 60's at the coast near about 80 inland. i don't think we'll see too many of those today, at least tomorrow slightly cooler with 60's and 70's. pretty much the ball game going on here. we have breezy offshore winds developing late will be on shore in the morning. but then more offshore for the afternoon next week. it's warming by midweek and 80's inland for wednesday into thursday. it looks like there's some rain try to develop into next weekend. a little change in the weather pattern. we talked about long range looks like there's some evidence of that. the intensity is what kind of remains in question here. 66 san francisco 71 for oakland 77 for san jose across the
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wider board. everybody tries to make it there. as you can see, 79 conquered in antioch. 76 going on for santa rosa coming up in a little bit. of course, we'll have that 4 zone forecast for you and the extended martina. well, all right, dave, thanks a lot. back to the news this morning we're learning about a series of deadly shootings in virginia. >> learning more about that. 2 people were killed, 8 others were injured. police arrested 3 people. but now there are questions about why an officer who fatally shot a man during these incidents did not turn on his body camera temer. scott has latest for us. >> the first violent incident at the oceanfront started at the intersection of atlantic and 20th. we know now know that started out as a physical fight. an argument into a physical fight. point escalated into virginia beach. officer was on scene at the time and assisted the detective bureau in arresting 3 people for that incident. that injured 7 people. 22 on adams 18 year-old mike was
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baker in 20 year-old, yvonne dorsey junior are facing assault and firearm charges next was the shooting on 19th street that killed 29 year-old to sheila harris and injured another. there are no material updates at this point. there are no arrests at this time. >> we do believe that she truly is at this point in time and it is a victim. there was probably struck by stray gunfire. and lastly, the police involved shooting that killed 25 year-old donovan lynch. >> the commonwealth's attorney's office is overseeing the criminal investigation by virginia beach police. they say they don't have a lot of answers. there was a firearm recovered. >> in the vicinity of where this incident occurred chief neudigate says there is no evidence at this time that supports lynch having a gun on him at the time. he was shot. >> or if the gun found belong to him and there's no body cam footage. officer was wearing a body cam. for unknown reasons at this point in time. it was not activated.
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>> that was hammer. scott reporting for us this morning of the 8 people who were injured, those injuries ranged from serious to life threatening. >> and still ahead this morning on the kron 4 morning news, a group of unoccupied. unaccompanied migrant girls are now being housed in california. some people are not happy about it. we'll have that story coming up.
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>> welcome back. 7.24 here on this sunday morning. and a large group of unaccompanied migrant girls are waking up at a shelter in the sand at the san diego convention center this morning. those girls who arrived from texas will be housed at the convention center temporarily. this comes during a surge of migrants at the southern border. >> gore. chuck has the latest. >> think in el salvador. she's hoping that her girl finds people like this to take care of emotions run high as 500 girls seeking asylum arrive at the san diego convention center saturday night coming from overcrowded border detention facilities. these are all girls that are coming here as you probably know, girls have particular dangers when they travel here glory announced the convention center is taking an exclusively migrant girls aged 13 to 17 the federal government is footing the bill for the operation set to run
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until early july. the girls will be provided beds. food showers, medical care, legal services and an outdoor play area. >> and will not be allowed to leave until they reunite with family or sponsor while they wait the hearing. this is not a incarceration facility, but this is a place for reconnection to family. >> and we'll be as transparent as we possibly can be with the general public us house already passed 2 bills on immigration reform is currently working on more. >> lawmakers say the shelter is not a long-term solution here today and over the next few months, months is not to fix all that this is an act of compassion neighbor to neighbor, though some disagree saying san diego should focus on his own people. first operation shelter to home, previously at the convention center was set to end this month and homeless san diegans were relocated to local shelters if they really, really truly cared for people they can walk around our sidewalk right here. any part of san diego. we have mentally ill. we have elderly. we have our vets all sleeping outside on the sidewalks. >> why aren't they being helped like this coming year. i saw some. >> some voices of hate and
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rage outside, which is too bad. but that's not the majority of san diego's the majority san diego understand that these girls need help the majority of san diegans understand that we're doing the right thing here. mayor gloria says the convention center can hold up to 1450 girls at a time. >> and they're expecting 250 more to arrive on monday. >> and still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news in oakland, ice cream vendor attacked on the job will find out how the community is stepping up to help out.
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>> good morning. welcome back. 7.30. right on the nose on this sunday morning. and things looking pretty nice depending on where you are in the bay area. exactly right behind us here. the embarcadero it's absolutely gorgeous. but we do know there's some fog sticking around elsewhere. dave spahr has got all of the details for us. dave, how long is it going to stay around the just a couple of hours and it's a pretty much very much at the ground level. it's not really too far aloft. so with the sun out. this will mix out pretty quickly for us. we're going to repeat this again for tomorrow. however, and we're looking for temperatures to be reduced a little bit more. so. there you see it kind of a ground level or close to it. that is certainly down the bay. it's a hovering right there near the water's edge.
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47 that's a sour oakland and san francisco, a chilly 38 up to santa rosa and also half moon bay at 39 now elsewhere, as you can see in the 40's we've got 50 going on for antioch. this is a little warmer than yesterday. however, even a locations like up in the north bay that were very much challenge yesterday morning. they recovered 4 this morning now looks like tomorrow will be a little cooler and then will be warming up in the next week. winds, by the way, they're going to be on shore building tonight and tomorrow which will actually help out with some of that fog tomorrow morning. but then by the afternoon that's going to switch more offshore. there you see it's filling up the valley or the flooded valley the bay. we call it now 66 at 11 o'clock at 2. we're at 76 under sunny skies going to see a lot of the sun coming up this week ahead. but we have a nice warm-up and i'll get into that in a bit. you know well and marty. >> thanks, dave. an east bay community is rallying around an ice cream vendor after he was attacked and robbed while on the job. kron four's dan thorn talked with the man and his neighbors who are helping to get the victim. >> back up on his feet. >> look at how the lift, our
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people ya the rug them a random over card over neighborhood. ice cream man is attacked and robbed in oakland. this video shot by a concerned neighbor shows the car smashed apart and the victim left shaken. the first shock was just seeing him like, oh, that's our neighborhood. ice pollack you know, case of money. want to thank you and you know, he says he took the video and shared these pictures to get the word out about what happened. victim, hector hernandez. pitino says he was pushing his car along harper street and crosby avenue. friday afternoon when 3 men jumped out of their car, demanded ice cream and then smashed their car into his car to look at. you see a little bit. don't know nc mother is a and movements end people. department is an immigrant from mexico and he says he's been working as a for more than a decade during the attack. his back was injured. but the real pain he says is losing his livelihood. they
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don't left them without a court. how he going to work. now. >> after sharing this video on social media. you know, he says his followers are rallying behind pitino to get him back on his feet. more than $10,000 in donations have poured in from all over the country job. he says these community members need to be protected. we got to take care of them as much as we will take care of our own family ice cream at core man, whatever it is. you know, we've got to take care of them. this our job is our job to take care of. >> reporting in oakland. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> well happening tomorrow, several school districts will begin expanding in person learning center fell city schools are going to move to in person learning 5 days a week. students will be in the classroom for 4 and a half hours each day with no distance learning some of them have been on a hybrid mix of in person and distance learning since november. >> and in the east bay, all students will be allowed to
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return to the classroom in the mount diablo unified school district. that district welcomed back k through second grade last thursday. 3rd through 12th graders. will be ollowed to return tomorrow. the students we'll be taking part in a hybrid learning plan that combines in person and distance. learning. >> and also in the east bay, the castro valley unified school district will be entering its 3rd phase of reopening 3rd through 5th graders will be allowed to return to the classroom on monday. the district aims to bring all grades black back with a hybrid model by april 12th man full-time classroom learning could happen by august. national news this morning. president biden says the u.s. justice department is taking a closer look at georgia's new elections law that some claim limits voter access. our kron 4 washington, dc court, course, pond. kelli meyer has the latest on that. >> the tri-cities president joe biden is calling georgia's new election law. jim crow in the 21st century. the sweeping
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reforms signed into law by georgia's republican governor on thursday. require voter id for absentee ballots limit the use of ballot drop boxes shore in early voting and make it a crime to offer voters food and water as they wait in line to vote >> think people vote. provide water. >> it made a great black voters and georgia's urban neighborhoods frequently face hours long lines to vote we don't know quite exactly. >> what we can do at this point just taking a look at. well, vice president kamala harris took aim at the law to it intentionally, i believe attempt to prevent whole populations of people from exercising their constitutional right. well, i just don't think that's true. sack smith with the heritage foundation says the laws are trying to make the election process. >> more secure. it certainly
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doesn't seem like it's voter suppression are intended to reduce turnout when it requires least 2 saturdays of early voting steel out and gives counties option to allow to sunday's georgia is the first political battleground state to overhaul its election system this year. reporting in washington. i'm kelly meyer. >> well, happening today, the sanford women's basketball team takes on missouri state in the sweet 16. so far sanford. >> has not faced many challenges in their chase for a national championship. they've won each of their first 2 games in the nc double a tournament fairly easily tipoff for today's game is scheduled for noon. definitely good luck to the go. cardinal. >> and coming up on the kron 4 morning news during the pandemic. we rely on social media to stay in touch with family and friends. but some experts say that could affect your mental health. we'll explain when we come back. stay with us.
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>> welcome back for your health this morning. social media has become the go to tool for connecting with friends and loved ones. but when does it begin to negatively impact your mental health reporter courtney kramer has the details on how social media is affecting us and what we can do about it. >> even got it just may get lost the space of the slide growing like.
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>> thousands of videos. the average person spends a few hours each day on social media platforms, maybe 2 hours on tape talking to our on instagram and experts say that's because they're designed to keep you hooked. these algorithms are not set up. >> to make your life better. they're set up for in dayton. >> matthew dugan teaches social media theory at uvm and says apps such as instagram. typically show the best parts of a person stay and it's not always what it seems which can lead to issues around mental health. >> you know, highly edited video. with particular filters of a person living this perfect life. and there's a lot of research about how people who are every social media users will compare themselves to to those people. >> and find their lives lacking the really cool things that they're doing in their life and may be traveling in a lot of people can feel bad like they should be doing that as well. and. things showing off their body and you know, it's 5 has to be as well. but sometimes it can be really difficult for other people and
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they just put room. >> i think this is super helpful to him. many young people look for a sense of validation from social media and oftentimes become fixated on this ball in right here. when i was younger and even high school middle school is something i really cared about something. i was really pressured. kelly had likes had to post like the perfect picture. but. >> as i got older and realize i don't need a post like for other people. i was for myself and to share what i'm doing. >> dugan says uvm created a thrive guide to help students with disconnect and emotional stress courtney kramer, local 22 news burlington. >> we're looking for other championed a going on for today is we try to reach for a body. we may not get there, but we will later in the week. we'll take a look at the forecast for zone and the extended just
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>> good morning. welcome back. 7.44 on of another spring-like day or it's going to be once we get past the morning exactly. almost 80 degrees day says he's not sure we're going to get there today, but maybe later in the week, dave. >> yeah, well, marty, good morning. and good morning, everybody. will probably by the middle of next week and shoot in some cases to maybe close to the mid 80's. when you get the far east bay locations. the shot from timber on still shows the fog
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kind of entrenched there right at the water's edge of filling up the bay itself that again, will mix out as the morning starts to wane on. we're going to do the same thing again for tomorrow. but we'll have little bit of a thrust going on of a strong onshore wind going on overnight. and tomorrow morning. good thing is no delays out of sfo. the not really game changer but the interrupt this. yeah. up to the north here. there you see kind of a line that little front. the most people are going to notice the winds to get the coast could be a little breezy on short stuck in the morning hours, but actually well inland. we'll start to see an offshore wind develop on the backside of all of this. that will be for monday afternoon into tuesday. temperature we dropped in a bottle with 3938 for santa rosa. but most other readings across the wider bay are in the 40's. we have 50 going on for antioch. meanwhile, 48 san jose. speaking of that fog that's do this again tomorrow morning. this is tonight now with the fog redeveloping that san francisco east bay shoreline fills up the east bay shoreline spills out of the santa clara valley by 7 in the morning and then quickly
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mixes out here are those winds, though, to show you the onshore winds we get with daytime heating today all across the bay. then we get to monday morning. there's a switch happening before noon. ron solano counties to start to get an offshore influence into the 20's. most of the readings are at that point. now we're seeing warming happening in the bay area pretty early by, say tuesday or so. and we take a look at tahoe. well, the warm-up is going to happen there to interrupted on tuesday. but by wednesday up to maybe about 60 side note with this is we make a little bit of melting going on as we start to get temperatures, you know, well above freezing going on here. so that's something else to kind of watch out, too, with some of these heat spikes. this start to happen early in the season. futurecast for watching the wider again. this front comes through is basically a temper and temperature temperature change for us. a little bit of an onshore wind with that. then we warm up in the next several days. the midweek latter portion of the week. that's where we have more traffic coming in off the pacific now we're not exactly sure how much we're going to get out of
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this. but it looks like next weekend. we'll be very unlike this one will see the trap easing systems stream on by. we have opportunities for showers on both days. you'll see really show up here too much. but some of the long-range forecast models show. that's we may see some rain returned back into this forecast. we'll get a better handle on it. we get a little closer 4 zone forecast 66 for your sunday. san francisco daly city about 6364 half moon bay on the bay side were in the upper 60's along the peninsula still returning to those mid 70's down south palo alto at 7574 for redwood city. 73. meanwhile, to the south. meanwhile, sonny bill 7677 cupertino milpitas at we're so close. 79 going on from morgan hill. east bay shoreline to the south pretty much mid 70's word to the wise here will probably be popping some 80's here by wednesday next week. 77 for pleasanton livermore around 7878. also walnut creek, 79 conquered 68 for berkeley. little cool spot there at 76. there we go.
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vacaville and fairfield coming in at about 80 76 going on for napa and 76 for santa rosa mid 70's coverage down south. all right. the 7 day forecast. there's a big change. 80. perhaps then 71 going on for monday. interruption will back to the 80's we go for wednesday. thursday. partly cloudy for saturday but looks like we might start to see some rain start to develop there into next weekend. so it's going to feel much different than this. so soak it all. >> for your health and being locked down at home over the past year with food in the kitchen nearby has been a problem for a lot of us who are struggling with stress and stress related eating now this often leads to eating without feeling satisfied or many times, not even remembering what you wait now. if this sounds familiar health expert walk is here with some tips to control stress eating and not only stress eating, but a lot of times you're cooped up at home. you're feeling board as well. >> right, which is also a
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consequence of it comes under the and most no heating bored lonely, tired as well as dressed. so there's only some types of emotional trigger as well usually a trigger thing. so a lot of people there trigger foods are things like sugar you know, cookies and candies and and start some people really like at lot of the men seemed to let rabbit hate to say it. the foods like the pizza and mac and or or state, that type of thing. >> and i would guess that the women go more towards sugar chocolate thing like this. >> they do it in the study show that that they do so. but there are men that also like this kind of one of one of the keys here that you mention is that if you want to lose weight, you need to slow down. right and they've done studies on they actually monitored how
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fast many compared to women and men will 80 calories. >> will have the women now take in about 52 calories per minute. but when you re eating fast and usually when your stress eating. you are eating their iraqi everything is in going rapid fire. right. so taking in a lot of calories. and out lots of times. those calories are from broccoli and some of those healthy foods. >> okay. we're looking at some tips that you have on the screen. one of them is to exercise for 3 minutes before you eat. let's talk about that for a second. >> right in in this kind of goes back a few set new segments ago when we're talking that had to reduce your stress and and one of them is that exercise for 3 minutes and that will ramp up in. and really some of those endorphins say you don't have to exercise for long periods of time. you can release those happy hormones within 3 start out with that.
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>> and one of the other tips that you have up on the screen while we're looking at here is to address the stress. that is to figure out what's causing the stress in order to lesson. >> right. you really have to find out what it is that is causing you to eat number one key to addressing stress eating is to first be aware of that. a lot of people don't even know that they're doing it. then they'll say i i told myself i'm not going to eat cookies anymore. but i just have this in this insatiable desire for cookies and not really realizing what it is. that's driving that that that desire so logging and keeping a journal in writing down what they're craving as well as what they're feeling. >> you're a big proponent of eating mindfully. let's touch on that. what does that mean? >> so that means paying so paying attention to your food.
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turning off all those distractions number will end tv. >> and the and take out your air pods just really sit down and focus on what you're eating. >> you know, food eating is a a full sensory a lot of times we are shoveling down our food in really not taking paying attention to what we're eating and how much we're eating and why we're eating. >> one thing. you mentioned as well as to allow more time to eat so many times we feel rushed or we rush through our meal. and that's one of the reasons that we not only gain weight, but we can't even remember what we had. >> right. and that's another form of distracted eating because we're brushing off may be driving and eating a lot of people telling me they even the car. they ate their breakfast and luncheon and snacks in the car. and that's distracted eating. >> you want to create and on beyond wherever you're eating and that could be indoors or
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outdoors. now that we're starting to eat outside more. >> right. connecting with nature so you're outside that will help reduce your stress and then and if you're inside, bring flowers, are at and setting up a nice setting. you want to be able to sit down and relax yeah. and not know standing in front of the pan or we're looking you've been to my kitchen world. the cabinet doors are open and just grab whatever i can you all. you are a big proponent of using chopsticks or maybe smaller utensils as a way of portion control. >> portion control, but also slowing down yeah. i i actually. >> you know, i don't know if you've ever heard of these type of utensils are actually for parkinson's these are half a pound and they they help with the tremors. but this
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will also slow you down if you have utensils that way going to take you sure longer to get to eat in slow you down. so you're pumping a little iron as you're reading as where would someone find a utensil like that. >> you can look for this on amazon or any type of. >> look for parkinson's ok websites. okay. will find this one sounds sounds like out left field. but if you stop and think about it. it makes a lot of sense and that is to use some hot sauce or wasabi. >> on your food. >> right. make it really hot the other night. we had thai food in very hot and that sure slow to the first, you know, sipping water between bites. yeah. really good thing to slow you down. but yes, is that you'll be sipping water and yeah, just trying to get your bearings all yeah. and
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then it will increase your senses. yeah. chris, your awareness of what you're eating. >> and i think one of the big tips that you have on your list is to avoid high-fructose corn syrup. >> right. right in that comes in the dreams are in the food me of the baked goods right out of fructose corn syrup because ucsf actually did a study and they found that that actually leptin, which at an appetite hormone that affects how. >> how satisfied you are after you eat. so you don't want to disrupt leptin. definitely. and so. so the bottom line here is >> really pay attention. be mindful of what you're eating slowdown drink more water. try some was >> you out, you know, develop these new habit. yeah. and because your brain, it will
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take some time. if you've been a stress eater and this has been your behavior. it's going to take a while to change that habit. but it can happen just takes a lot of practice in time. yeah. >> you can. thank you so much is a great tips. we'll okay. i is a great tips. we'll okay. i will be right back. so you just scored amazing savings at ross? mmm-hmm. on brands that take you from me time... ...to go time... ...in no time. hi. get the best bargains ever on looks that work anywhere... ...at ross. yes for less!
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>> good morning, everyone. and thank you for joining us on the kron 00:00am morning news on martin gonzalez. and i'm noelle bellow. it is sunday march 28th. we're almost done with the month, it's going out with a we still have the way it's going now. this is fantastic outside. >> nice mix of sun and fog depending on where you are around the bay this morning. dave spahr has got a little bit more detail. >> just how long the fog going to stick around and how warm it's going to get later today. david welna. well, marty, good morning. and good morning, we're off to a pretty good although it's not as cold as it was yesterday morning. we're looking for a minor cool down for your monday. but then back to the warm stuff is it looks like the middle of next week. so it's really going to feel very much spring-like. >> and then way upstream next weekend could be different story. here's walnut creek going on here for you. not quite the fog situation that we see happening certainly around the immediate bay. this is the golden gate bridge shot. we've been talking about how the fog is very close to the ground. ground level fog, which is just starting to mix out now 39 still up to santa rosa. the only 30's left. now
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everybody else is at least in the 40's with 50 checking in for conquered and also. we've got a couple degrees ahead of where we were this time from yesterday. number up in the north bay with some dozen agrees behind. so we've recovered from quite that chilly start way upstream. there's a front that will maybe spurious with a few clouds tomorrow. but the bigger issue most people going notices more of an onshore wind early in the day and that will offshore inland by tomorrow afternoon. there's the fog filling up the bay itself. 71 going on high noon at 3 were at 77 temperatures a little cooler tomorrow, but then warming back up again. it looks like for the balance of the week. we'll check in your forecast in just a bit. >> want everybody get together, talk to hate crime. we are not the virus. all life matters. >> hundreds of people marched through the streets saturday calling for an end to the violence against asian americans and more rallies are planned for today. that's right. 4 months. kron four's been tracking the rise in violence against members of
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the asian american and pacific islander group during the pandemic and now a bay area group is looking to keep senior members of the asian community safe by giving them a low tech tool they say can make a big difference. kron four's amanda hari has the details. >> they're giving out whistles. the organizer tells me whistles create a lot of noise and that could catch someone else. the tension or scare the person that may be trying to hurt the other person that's wearing that whistle. you know, they feel a little safer. >> going out. by because with all the crimes against asians right now. it's it's scary organizer. he alvarado morris says she came up with the we come together whistle drive. well, online looking through a moms group. >> she said another mother brought up concerns about her asian parents. parents were afraid. >> to go out and how can we help people in the group suggested pepper spray but alvarado morris was concerned that it could be dangerous to
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the user. so she came up with another idea i bought 2 winter whistles originally as she told people about the whistle concept. there was more and more interest by data. we had a 1000 whistles. >> and then by day 3, when we me for 5,000 whistles. people are donating money and their time to help with the whistle drive. >> currently they have about 45 volunteers. >> and to morris says she was in chinatown herself, handing out whistles to asian elders. there are so excited about it. we're so grateful and you know, kids and say thank you. you know that. >> thank you for healthy. i'm told they're putting the whistles on lanyards like this one here except it's a breakaway lanyard that way. if someone was to pull on it. it wouldn't choke the person wearing it or hurt the person anyway in san francisco. amanda hari kron 4 news. >> one of san francisco's most underserved communities during the pandemic is finally on the receiving end of covid-19
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vaccinations. the treasure island vaccination site open for the first time for 3 consecutive saturdays kron four's, phillipe djegal was there and has more. >> it's been a long time coming for treasure island. residents who have awaited access to a covid-19 vaccine i've waited for almost 2 months. the state has identified the island as a priority for vaccinations to meet state equity goals on saturday. the ship shape community center. welcome to island residents only for their first of 2 shots administered by members of the san francisco fire department. and so happy. when i saw them, i got my vaccine had tears in my eyes because. >> happy tears because i just it's been such a long year and i'm so happy this community has felt like they haven't been well served and they've been very grateful that we're here today to help them ease residents are being inoculated with the moderna vaccine. the san francisco department of public health providing 100 doses. and as the residents done, the vendors merchants
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who are on the island are next on our list. outreach to make sure that this zip code gets covered treasure island ranks in the lower end of the state's healthy places index and access to health care. >> a neighborhood. san francisco supervisor matt haney is office says has no active health clinics that the gun we have this vaccination site will run again for the next 2 consecutive saturdays appointments can be made ahead of time through outreach workers checking in on resident's door to door. >> or you can simply walk up to receive your shot on treasure island in san francisco. phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> well, coming up on the kron 4 morning news as bay area counties continue to expand a reopening. some doctors are cautioning against indoor dining. we've got their messages. plus more bay area schools are starting to reopen tomorrow. we're going to tell you exactly where and after the break, president biden is getting ready to unveil his infrastructure plan, but not everybody
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>> good morning. welcome back. national news this morning, president biden set to unveil his infrastructure plan this week. the administration is working on finalizing a plan that would cost trillions of dollars to help fix roads and bridges. >> but it could end up costing us taxpayers rick chambers explains. >> the infrastructure status quo as a threat to our collective future that's
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transportation secretary pete buttigieg telling a congressional committee. >> that now is the time to invest in the nation's infrastructure across the country. we face a trillion dollar backlog of needed repairs and improvements with. >> hundreds of billions of dollars in good projects already in the pipeline. keep in mind that more than 230,000 of our bridges are in need of repair. and the country's highway system is falling apart. >> one in 5 miles of our highways and major roads are in poor condition. that's a 186,000 miles of highway. >> so to pay for a trillion dollars or more and refurbishing the biden administration is now suggesting a mileage tax a tax on how much you i think it would be great because some people that don't drive that much. and then you pay too much on the insurance. i don't try to make my car. >> i may be dry. less 5,000 miles per year. so that would be good for you for me, but maybe for orders, not with the electric car growing in
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popularity and the gas tax just insufficient a user pay tax may be next. but some see it as just another way for uncle sam to get into your pocket. german teen from work. i personally don't what you my mom does. and she were to drive. per mile and paper tax on those is this a out of pocket. they get it in other ways. that is just 1. one more thing for them to, you know. >> texas. and this is another one. >> well, that was rick chambers reporting for us this morning. and we'll be right morning. and we'll be right back. it's back, guys! check it out! what up, people? jack! what are you doing in my car? oh, just sharing my triple bonus jack combo... triple meat and cheese, secret sauce... go ahead, tell them how much it is... it's just $5.99! only at jack in the box. sorry, what were you going to say? we made usaa insurance for members like martin. an air force veteran made of doing what's right,
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it's...a pretty legit combo. back. bay area restaurants and the orange tier can now increase their indoor capacity to now 50%. good news for those business owners. but health experts are cautioning not to let your guard down and to continue practicing those covid safety measures kron four's. gayle ong talked with diners and doctors. >> i know these restaurants have been suffering so much and that means people who work in those restaurants ever so much. and i hate to say something that is going be good for their business can only tell you i look at the numbers every day you won't find u c berkeley infectious disease expert doctor john swartzberg dining inside a restaurant anytime soon. >> but he understands the damage. the pandemic has done
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to the restaurant industry. and if you are comfortable eating inside, keep the windows open the doors yeah. yeah. it's a group you >> depending upon how nation works in that particular room if you have really good airflow with multiple air exchanges meeting. the air is being exchange. many terms of the hour. ucsf infectious disease expert doctor monica gandhi has different views inside at this point, especially dining wear masks to be taken or say for the fox i feel fine going inside with my parents were visiting new 8780. >> because raul vaccinated. i would not go into a both health experts say it's important to maintain the public health measures that we have to help patients right now. >> ask people are distancing and that's exactly what danielle john mccain is doing. one vaccine down. so i'm still getting my second one next weekend. >> you know, once that
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happens, everything can tell you're going to be fine. whatever. it's like no i'm going to take all precautions wearing my mask in keeping my distance and stuff like that. >> and that's exactly what doctors are encouraging and reminding people, even though you are fully vaccinated, you're still gonna have to mask up and social distance. everything we have been doing doing during the pandemic. because while the vaccine protects you from getting severe covid symptoms. he still can be a carrier of the virus and pass it on to someone more vulnerable in burlingame. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> and we'll talk a little weather nowadays. it is because it's going to be pretty nice tonight. if you do want to do that. outdoor dining dave, you were saying that we might not get to 80 degrees. but i feel like it's inching towards yeah. looks like we'll get there on next week. so, you know, patience is a virtue, right. so we'll get there by next week. it looks a pretty nice, though. still today. we'll see a lot of upper 70's going on there and the fog. how about this. >> kind of evaporating away as we can see from the east bay shoreline as we go into a mostly sunny mode for this
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afternoon that's going to be different story next weekend as things change after a little heat spike coming our way live shot of mess good news again. no delays happening even though we did have some of that fog checking in this morning. still chilly up to santa rosa 39. i think they're going their hourly updates, not quarterly. so probably that number were really pop for us next hour. we have 50 this hour oakland and concord antioch up to 56 tri valley. you're looking at 4650. meanwhile, for san jose futurecast for we try to look for cloud cover here. it's mostly out to sea. hard to see this marine layer that's coming in, which it will do tonight again. so we'll probably do this fog business. but then the winds are going to shift more off shore by tomorrow afternoon. so they're the arrows pointing due west going on for today and northwest. there's the switch happening already by the noon hour in the solano county. it does spread into the east bay a little bit as you will notice. and we see the humidity levels really drop in response to that, too. the
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drop off a little today to yeah. in the 20's. there's the marine layer cover recovery, which is good news. we want to see that come back. then it drops off a bit on monday. republic do the same thing on tuesday as well. and those statements are involving this in terms of any fire concerns. but we certainly see those numbers drop off. we did have somewhat recent rains and we see a little bit of recovery happening of the bring leora a bit overnight. so what we have looking ahead of everything is for today, sunny and warm inland 60's at the coast near 80's happening in london. solano county. we might do that now for tomorrow slightly cooler with 60's and 70's. the rule to keep the coast is going to feel a little chilly. but most of the inland temperatures will be pushed back down to the lower 70's at that. then for next week will warming by midweek. you'll feel it start on tuesday. but really ricochet really jump up for wednesday into thursday. then the big change happens. we'll see. maybe some showers developing into next weekend. we have some traffic to look out for 66 san francisco oakland. it's 7177 for san jose across the wider bay.
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well, we have mostly upper 70's on the board here, however, will take a look at that. 4 zone forecast. there are a couple little 80's hiding a little bit. well, marty. all right, dave, thanks a lot. well, this morning we're learning more about a series of deadly shootings. >> in virginia. that's where 2 people were killed and 8 others were injured. >> police arrested 3 people. but now there are some questions about why an officer who fatally shot a man during these incidents did not turn on his body camera. scott has the latest on that. >> the first violent incident at the oceanfront started at the intersection of atlantic and 20th. we know now know that started out as a physical fight. an argument into a physical fight that at some point escalated into virginia beach. officer was on scene at the time and assisted the detective bureau in arresting 3 people for that incident. that injured 7 people. 22 on adams 18 year-old mike was baker in 20 year-old, yvonne dorsey junior are facing
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assault and firearm charges next was the shooting on 19th street that killed 29 year-old to sheila harris and injured another. there are no material updates at this point. there are no arrests at this time. >> we do believe that she truly is at this point in time and it is a victim. there was probably struck by stray gunfire. and lastly, the police involved shooting that killed 25 year-old donovan lynch. >> the commonwealth's attorney's ofaice is overseeing the criminal investigation by virginia beach police. they say they don't have a lot of answers. there was a firearm recovered. >> in the vicinity of where this incident occurred chief neudigate says there is no evidence at this time that supports lynch having a gun on him at the time. he was shot. >> or if the gun found belong to and there's no body cam footage. officer was wearing a body cam. for unknown reasons at this point in time. it was not activated. >> that was temer. scott reporting for us this morning
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of the 8 people who were injured their injuries range from serious to life threatening. marty. >> well, still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news, a group of unaccompanied migrant girls now being housed in california and some people are happy about it. we'll hear from both sides coming up next.
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>> welcome back. 8.24, on this sunday morning. and today a large group of unaccompanied migrant girls are waking up at
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a shelter at the san diego convention center. those girls who arrived from texas are going to be housed. there temporarily. >> it comes during a surge of migrants at the southern border. caution gore. chuck has the latest for us. >> think in el salvador. she's hoping that her girl finds people like this to take care of emotions run high as 500 girls seeking asylum arrive at the san diego convention center saturday night coming from overcrowded border detention facilities. these are all girls that are coming here as you probably know, girls. >> have particular dangers when they travel here glory announced the convention center is taking an exclusively migrant girls aged 13 to 17 the federal government is footing the bill for the operation set to run until early july. the girls will be provided beds. food showers, medical care, legal services and an outdoor play area and will not be allowed to leave until they reunite with family or sponsor while they wait the hearing. this is not a incarceration facility, but this is a place for
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reconnection to family. >> and we'll be as transparent as we possibly can be with the general public us house already passed 2 bills on immigration reform is currently working on more. >> lawmakers say the shelter is not a long-term solution here today and over the next few months, months is not to fix all that this is an act of compassion neighbor to neighbor, though some disagree saying san diego should focus on his own people. first operation shelter to home, previously at the convention center was set to end this month and homeless san diegans were relocated to local shelters if they really, really truly cared for people they can walk around our sidewalk right here. any part of san diego. we have mentally ill. we have elderly. we have our vets all sleeping outside on the sidewalks. >> why aren't they being helped like this coming here. i saw some. >> some voices of hate and rage outside, which is too bad. but that's not the majority of san diego's the majority san diego understand that these girls need help the majority of san diegans
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understand that we're doing the right thing here. mayor gloria says the convention center can hold up to 1450 girls at a time. >> and they're expecting 250 more to arrive on monday. >> well, coming up next on the kron 00:00am morning news and oakland ice cream. vendor is attacked on the job will find out how the community is stepping up to help out.
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morning. welcome back. if you loved yesterday, you're going to really love today. >> eventually. yes, exactly lots of sunshine and blue skies on the way. but some of fog seems to be released around. >> over there by the golden gate bridge. dave sphar has got the details for dave, good morning, guys. good morning, everybody. as one of the top spots really get that area cleared out. that's a little slow going there. but most of us, the bay is stored ok for now. and we're going to warm up into the upper 70's going on for highs today. going to make the 80's by the middle of next week's we just have an interruption early in the week on monday and then things start to. >> go our way. if you're waiting for some warmer weather. finally, there's the golden gate bridge shot with all the fog in the view. 39 going on tor santa rosa. most of the readings already up to the 40's, although we have a strain of 50's going on oakland, conquered and 56 for 50 also for san jose. and this is warmer than we were from yesterday by a couple degrees as you will notice there
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across the region. now the winds going feel a bit of an onshore wind develop later tonight tomorrow. so that fog is going to return tomorrow morning and stick around a little bit. we'll get that offshore wind cook cooking here by the early afternoon tomorrow 71 at high noon 77 by 3 o'clock. again, might see a couple little 80's, a poke out here and there, but a lot more of that is expected for the middle of next week. course that extended forecast in your 4 zone right around the bend. well, marty. >> thanks, david. east bay community is rallying around ice cream vendor after he was attacked. >> and robbed while on the job. hard to believe kron four's dan thorn talked with the man and his neighbors who are doing what they can to help the victim get back up on its feet. >> they robbed a memorandum over card over neighborhood. ice cream man is attacked and robbed in oakland. this video shot by a concerned neighbor shows the car smashed apart and the victim left shaken. the first shock was just
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seeing him like, oh, that's you know, case of money. want to thank you and you know, he says he took the video and shared these pictures to get the word out about what happened. victim, hector hernandez. pitino says he was pushing his car along harper street and crosby avenue. friday afternoon when 3 men jumped out of their car, demanded ice cream and then smashed their car into his car to look at. you see a little bit. don't know nc mother is a man to turn on the movements end people. department is an immigrant from mexico and he says he's been working as a for more than a decade during the attack. his back was injured. but the real pain he says is losing his livelihood. they don't left them without a court. how he going to work. now. after sharing this video on social media. you know, he says his followers are rallying behind pitino to get him back on his feet. more than $10,000 in donations have poured in from all over the
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country job. he says these community members need to be protected. we got to take care of them as much as we will take care of our own family ice cream at core man, whatever it is. you know, we've got to take care of them. this our job is our job to take care of. >> reporting in oakland. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> well, happening tomorrow. several school districts are going to begin expanding in person learning. >> those are words parents want to del city. schools will move to in person learning 5 days a week. students will be in the classroom for 4 and a half hours every day with no distance learning. some of them have been in a sort of mix. a combination in class and distance learning since november. also in the east bay. all students will be allowed to return to the classroom in the mount diablo unified school district as the district. welcome through second graders last thursday. 3rd through 12th graders will be allowed to return tomorrow. that as we mentioned, combines in person and distance learning as well.
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>> if i'd school district will enter its 3rd phase of reopening 3rd through 5th graders are going to be allowed to return to the classroom tomorrow. the district aims to bring all grades back with a hybrid model by april 12th full-time classroom learning could happen by august. >> on the national news this morning. president biden says the u.s. justice department is taking a closer look at georgia's new elections law that some claim limits voter access. our kron 4 washington, dc correspondent kelli meyer has the latest. >> the tri-cities president joe biden is calling georgia's new election law. jim crow in the 21st century. the sweeping reforms signed into law by georgia's republican governor on thursday. require voter id for absentee ballots limit the use of ballot drop boxes shore in early voting and make it a crime to offer voters food and water as they wait in line to vote
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>> think people from voting. provide water. people thought the vote. >> it may help break black voters and georgia's urban neighborhoods frequently face hours long lines to vote we don't know quite exactly. >> what we can do at this point just taking a look at well, vice president kamala harris took aim at the law to it intentionally, i believe attempt to prevent full populations of people from exercising their constitutional right. well, i just don't think that's true. sack smith with the heritage foundation says the laws are trying to make the election process. >> more secure. it certainly doesn't seem like it's voter suppression are intended to reduce turnout when it requires least 2 saturdays of early voting to be loud and gives counties. the option to allow to sunday's georgia is the first political battleground state to overhaul its election system this year.
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reporting in washington. i'm kelly meyer. >> back here at home happening today the stanford women's basketball team takes on missouri state in the sweet 16. so far. >> stanford has not faced many challenges in their chase for a national championship. they've won each of their first 2 games in the nc double a tournament fairly easily. the cardinal, of course, looking for another w today, tipoff for today's game is scheduled for noon. >> and also happening today. it's been a long time coming. but bay area, baseball fans woll be back in the stands as the giants host the a's in the pre season game later today. it's at oracle park first pitch set for one. '05. but of course, things are going to look a little different for fans this year as masks will be required for everyone over the age of 2 unless you're eating or drinking and on fans will also be seated in separate groups of 2 or 4 in order to practice social distancing fans will also have to order food from their
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phones. and this is kind of nice will be delivered to your seat or you can pick it up at a designated location. but in e won't be any standi line at concession stands. but the bottom line is baseball is back. >> and coming up on the kron 4 morning news a police chase in the east bay ends with the gunman getting away and shooting a dog. we have details just into the newsroom. we'll have for you coming up.
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>> well, new this morning, police in antioch are looking for a man who shot a dog and then broke into a house with the homeowner still inside all of this happened after the man was involved in a police chase oakley police were chasing a stolen car in the city of antioch. and during that chase, someone in the car fired a shot and hit another car. no one was injured. but shortly after the shooting that stolen car crashed into a parked car. the driver was arrested but a passenger ran into a nearby yard and shot the homeowner's dog. it's not known right now. if that dog survived, the gunman then tried to break into the home and eventually shot out the sliding glass door. the homeowner was still inside with his 14 year-old son. they we're able to get away unharmed. thankfully before police could arrive. the shooter took off and is still on the loose this morning.
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again, all of this happening in antioch. we'll continue to bring you the latest on this as we get more information. >> stick with us. so we'll be right back after the break.
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definitely here. nice and warm. we're looking for again today. dave spahr has got a little bit more detail. >> on what every once and a day. hey, good morning, guys. good morning funny melts mixon that fog. as you can see, the shot here from u c berkeley. yeah. the east bay shore lines lit up nicely in funding some just a little leftover fog. >> just covering just a bit of the bay here and we'll see the same thing again tomorrow before things start to change into the afternoon and not as warm. it looks like a compliment to this little front. we'll have a bit of an onshore wind. the winner up some of that heating that goes forward. here's the fog. by the way. that does return later tonight. you can see how quickly it's mixing out by this time tomorrow, almost all gone. the winds, meanwhile, they're going to be a little bit on shore do that this afternoon and everything. but tomorrow morning we'll be around a little bit. and then we have a swing more offshore to clean up to slot will county a lot of the east bay involved in that as well. now as we have a warm up here on the home front. we're going to see that in tahoe to maybe up to about wednesday, getting to about 60. that could be some
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melting in our future up there. now, here's this first front drops south on monday. then high pressure builds. we warm middle of next week, particularly end of next week into the weekend. things are turning. it looks like they're showers in our future into next weekend. not exactly certain how that's going lend itself. but we'll see a different type of weather pattern that might be developing that 66 and the 4 zone forecast for san francisco 61 for pacifica half moon bay at 60 might see cooler numbers tomorrow because of that on shore when we just mentioned upper 60's covered the bay side of the peninsula down to the south. we're in the mid like palo alto at 75 santa clara valley 77 milpitas 79 morgan hill trying to get to 80 mid 70's along the east bay shoreline. tri valleys upper 70's as we're looking at 78 for walnut creek 79 for concord 68 berkeley. kind of a cool spot. there. the at 76 there's or 80, though, fairfield and vacaville coming in at about 80 sonoma and santa rosa, still looking in the middle to
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upper 70's range, at least for today. but will see a better spike going on for wednesday. thursday. yeah. how about that lot of 80's in the board there. but again, changing into the following weekend and then again tomorrow, temperatures fall off a bit. >> for your health and being locked down at home over the past year with food in the kitchen nearby has been a problem for a lot of us who are struggling with stress and stress related eating now this often leads to eating without feeling satisfied or many times, not even remembering what you wait now. if this sounds familiar health expert walk is here with some tips to control stress eating and not only stress eating, but a lot of times you're cooped up at home. you're feeling board as well. >> right, which is also a consequence of it. comes under the and most no heating bored lonely, tired all as well as dressed. so there's only some types of emotional trigger as
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well usually a trigger so a lot of people there trigger foods are things like sugar. you know, cookies and candies and and start some people really like at lot of the men seemed to let rabbit hate to say it. the foods like the pizza and mac and cheese or our state, that type of thing. >> and i would guess that the women go more towards sugar chocolate thing like this. >> they do it in the study show that that they do so. but there are men that also like this kind of of what one of the keys here that you mention is that if you want to lose weight, you need to slow down. right and they've done studies on they actually monitored how fast many compared to women and men will 80 calories. >> permit will have the women now take in about 52 calories per minute. but when you re eating fast and usually when
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your stress eating. you are eating their iraqi everything is in going rapid fire. right. so taking in a lot of calories. and out lots of times. those calories are from broccoli and some of those healthy foods. >> okay. we're looking at some tips that you have on the screen. one of them is to exercise for 3 minutes before you eat. let's talk about that for a second. >> right in in this kind of goes back a few set new segments ago when we talking that had to reduce your stress and and one of them is that exercise for 3 minutes and that will ramp up in. and really some of those endorphins say you don't have to exercise for long periods of time. you can release those happy hormones within 3 start out with that. >> and one of the other tips that you have up on the screen while we're looking at here is to address the stoess. that is to figure out what's causing the stress in order to lesson.
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>> right. you really have to find out what it is that is causing you to eat number one key to addressing stress eating is to first be aware of that. a lot of people don't even know that they're doing it. they'll say i i told myself i'm not going to eat cookies anymore. but i just have this in this insatiable desire for cookies and not really realizing what it is. that's driving that that that desire so logging and keeping a journal and writing down what they're craving as well as what they're feeling. >> you're a big proponent of eating mindfully. let's touch on that. what does that mean? us? >> so that means paying so paying attention to your food. turning off all those distractions number will end tv. >> and the and take out your air pods just really sit down and focus on what you're
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eating. >> you know, food eating is a a full sensory a lot of times we are shoveling down our food and really not taking paying attention to what we're eating and how much we're eating and why we're eating. >> one thing. you mentioned as well as to allow more time to eat so many times we feel rushed or we rush through our meal. and that's one of the reasons that we not only gain weight, but we can't even remember what we had. >> right. and that's another form of distracted eating because we're brushing off may be driving and eating a lot of people telling me they even the car. they ate their breakfast and lunch and then snacks in the car and that's distracted eating. >> you want to create an on beyond wherever you're eating and that could be indoors or outdoors. now that we're starting to eat outside more. >> connecting with nature so but are outside that will help reduce your stress and then and if you're inside, bring
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flowers, are at and setting up a nice setting. you want to be able to sit down and relaxg yeah. and not know standing in front of the pan or we're looking you've been to my kitchen world. the cabinet doors are open just grab whatever i can you you are a big proponent of using chopsticks or maybe smaller utensils as a way of portion control. >> portion control, but also slowing down yeah. i i actually. >> you know, i don't know if you've ever heard of these type of utensils are actually for parkinson's these are half a pound and they they help with the tremors. but this will also slow you down if you have utensils that way going to be take you sure longer to get to eat in slow you down. so you're pumping a little iron as you're reading as
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where would someone find a utensil like that. >> you can look for this on amazon or any type of. >> look for parkinson's ok websites in okay. will find this one sounds sounds like out left field. but if you stop and think about it. it makes a lot of sense and that is to use some hot sauce or wasabi on your food. >> right. make it really hot the other night. we had thai food in very hot and that sure slow to the first, you know, sipping water between bites. yeah. really good thing to slow you down. but yes, is that you'll be sipping water and yeah, just trying to get your bearings all yeah. and then it will increase your senses. yeah. chris, your awareness of what you're eating. >> and i think one of the big tips that you have on your list is to avoid high-fructose corn syrup.
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>> right. right in that comes in the dreams are in the food you need especially some of the baked goods, right. lot of a hike protests. quite sure because ucsf actually did a study and they found that that actually leptin, which at an appetite hormone that affects how. >> how satisfied you are after you eat. so you don't want to disrupt leptin. definitely. and so. so the bottom line here is >> really pay attention. be mindful of what you're eating slowdown drink more water. try some was >> you out, you know, develop these new habit. yeah. and because your brain, it will take some time. if you've been a stress eater and this has been your behavior. it's going to take a while to change that habit. but it can happen just takes a lot of practice in time. yeah. >> you can. thank you so much is a great tips. we'll okay.
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>> oh, my gosh. dog owner may have created a little monster year. lola and patients continuing to press this new treat button that her owner gave her refusing to stop pushing it unless her owner complies with her demands and gives her that treat that she's asking you made the be made but and created the monster wave. and it was so to for it. and now he's gotten exactly what he created. the dog is simply doing what you told me to do and now you're saying no. yeah, exactly. give me all the treats are. i don't understand the we have a lot more for you coming up in the next hour, the kron 00:00am morning news san francisco. >> launches a brand new vaccine clinic. that same to getting doses to undeserved communities will have that story coming up. and johnson johnson works to get more vaccine doses out the door. stay with us. the kron 00:00am morning news rolls on right morning news rolls on right af i'm morgan, and there's more to me than hiv.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news at know. >> happy sunday. everyone. thanks so much for joining us on the kron. 4 morning news on marty gonzalez. and i'm noelle bellow. it sunday march 28th. it's this final weekend of march the sun is giving us the show. >> it really is feeling like we're in the middle of spring and unless you're thinking, well, you know what? i got some fog or i am, yes, this going to sort it all out for you. hey, good morning, guys.
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good morning, everybody. we're still dealing with a little bit of fog around the golden gate and some of the more sensitive areas. but most of his mixed out. and that's going to be the story again for tomorrow. >> just having to deal with some morning fog at with all of this, even though it's going be a little stronger that marine layer tomorrow temporarily until we get into that dry warmer mode going on. here's the shocking new c berkeley looks pretty cl ar it out. but the golden gate yes, still dealing with that that used in the last stop along the way, seeing the fog rushed back out to sea temperature. check. there we go. santa rosa now in the 40's 50 going on from a bottle. 47 san francisco in a lot of 50's already littering the east bay for comparison sake. we're a little bit warmer than yesterday. but remember how the whole we are in yesterday morning with the north bay. so cold by comparison upstream that line of cloud covers the new front to look out for its going to cool us bringing on shore flow early in the day and then that will change for much of the balance of next week. here's the lowdown for today, 74 by one by 4 at 77 coming up in a bit. we'll take
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a look at your sunday forecast. what shaken bake into the next week. >> i want everybody get together to stop the hate crime. we are not the all life matters. >> hundreds of people marched through the streets of san francisco saturday calling for an end to the violence against asian americans and more rallies are planned for today. that's right. for months here at kron 4. we've been tracking the vote of the rise in violence against members of the asian american and pacific islander group during the pandemic and now a bay area group is looking to keep senior members of the asian community safe by giving them a low tech tool. >> they say can make a big difference. kron four's amanda hari has the details. >> they're giving out whistles. the organizer tells me whistles create a lot of noise and that coutd catch someone else. the tension or scare the person that may be trying to hurt the other person that's wearing that whistle. you know, they feel a little safer. >> going out. by because with all the crimes against asians
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right now. it's it's scary organizer. he alvarado morris says she came up with the we come together whistle drive. well, online looking through a moms group. >> she said another mother brought up concerns about her asian parents. parents were afraid. >> to go out and how can we help people in the group suggested pepper spray but alvarado morris was concerned that it could be dangerous to the user. so she came up with another idea i bought 2 winter was originally as she told people about the whistle concept. there was more and more interest by data. we had a 1000 whistles. >> and then by day 3, when we me for 5,000 whistles. people are donating money and their time to help with the whistle drive. >> currently they have about 45 volunteers. >> and over. adam morris says she was in chinatown herself, handing out whistles to asian elders. there are so excited about it. we're so grateful and you know, kids and say thank you. you know that.
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>> thank you for healthy. i'm told they're putting the whistles on lanyards like this one here except it's a breakaway lanyard that way. if someone was to pull on it. it wouldn't choke the person wearing it or hurt the person anyway in san francisco. amanda hari kron 4 news. >> and happening today. there are several more rallies planned in the bay area to support asian american communities in the east bay. there are 3 set for berkeley dublin and fremont. and you can find all the locations times and details you need on our website at kron. 4 dot com. >> of san francisco's most underserved communities during the pandemic is finally on the receiving end of some covid-19 vaccination the treasure island vaccination site opened for the first time for the first of 3 consecutive saturdays kron 4 sweep chagall was there. >> and has more. >> it's been a long time coming for treasure island. residents who have awaited access to a covid-19 vaccine
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i've waited for almost 2 months. the state has identified the island as a priority for vaccinations to meet state equity goals on saturday. the ship shape community center. welcome to island residents only for their first of 2 shots administered by members of the san francisco fire department. and so happy. when i saw them. i got my vaccine had tears in my eyes because. >> happy tears because i just it's been such a long year and i'm so happy this community has felt like they haven't been well served and they've been very grateful that we're here today to help the bees residents are being inoculated with the moderna vaccine. the san francisco department of public health providing 100 doses. and as the residents done, the vendors merchants who are on the island are next on our list. outreach to make sure that this is it cold gets covered treasure island ranks in the lower end of the state's healthy places, index and access to health care. >> a neighborhood. san francisco supervisor matt
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haney is office says has no active health clinics that the we have this the vaccination site will run again for the next 2 consecutive saturdays appointments can be made ahead of time through outreach workers checking in on resident's door to door. >> or you can simply walk up to receive your shot on treasure island in san francisco. phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> us stocks are very, very excited after saturday's event, san francisco supervisor matt haney tweeted this message saying that 5% of people living on the island were able to be vaccinated from this clinic. he went on to say that number. it's probably close to the number of people on the island who had received a vaccine prior to yesterday he went on to say access matters. >> and johnson and johnson is set to deliver nearly 11 million doses of its single-shot vaccine across the country by wednesday. the company has already sent 4 million doses after being cleared by the fda last month. there has been a delay,
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though, since then as the manufacturer increased operations, the distribution of the single dose vaccine will give a boost to president biden's goal of administering 200 million shots in his first 100 days in office. >> well, stick with us coming up in the kron 00:00am morning news at bay area counties expand reopenings. some doctors are actually cautioning against indoor dining. we've their take on it. plus, more bay area school districts are getting ready to reopen tomorrow. we're going to tell you where and president biden is getting ready to unveil his infrastructure plan and not everyone is on board with the proposal. we've got all the detai
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>> for your money this morning. the federal trade commission has issued a warning about fake vaccine surveys that are being sent to people through email and texts potential victims are asked to take a survey about their vaccine experience and they're promised a gift in re in exchange for doing that. they only have to pay a small shipping fee first. now would be victims are asked to hand over their credit card number and that's something you don't want to do. the u.s. centers for disease control and prevention say has still a no sail order will remain in place for know until november. first for cruise ships, cruise lines international asked to lift the order several months early. the industry says the cdc did not take into account the changes that cruise lines have made to make sailing safer. some cruise lines will be sailing outside of the u.s.
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for vaccinated travelers. >> beginning april 6. meanwhile, small businesses and nonprofits can now apply for up to 24 months of relief from the small business administration. there's a maximum loan amount of $500,000. the previous limit for such businesses was 6 months with the maximum loan amount of $150,000. this expansion is due to the long lasting pandemic which has especially hurt our small businesses. dave. >> the fog is being packed up now for now going into the mostly the kind of a warm afternoon, although we're looking for warmer temperatures into next week. a look at your sunday forecast. we come back.
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>> good morning. welcome back. bay area restaurants in the orange tier can now increase their indoor dining capacity all the way up to 50%. great news for those business owners. of course. but health experts are cautioning against it. kron four's. gayle ong has more from doctors and diners. >> i know these restaurants have been suffering so and that means people who work in restaurants ever so much. and i hate to say something that is going be good for their business i can only tell you i look at the numbers every day you won't find u c berkeley infectious disease expert
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doctor john swartzberg dining inside a restaurant anytime soon. >> but he understands the damage. the pandemic has done to the restaurant industry. and if you are comfortable eating inside, keep the windows open the doors yeah. yeah. it's a group you >> depending upon how nation works in that particular room if you have really good airflow with multiple air exchanges meeting. the air is being exchange. many terms of the hour. ucsf infectious disease expert doctor monica gandhi has different views inside at this point, especially dining wear masks to be taken or say for the fox i feel fine going inside with my parents were visiting because raul i would not go and you're dining stocks both health. experts say it's important to maintain the public health measures that we have to help patients right now. >> ask people are distancing and that's exactly what danielle john mccain is doing.
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>> i'm one vaccine down. so i'm still getting my second one next weekend. you know, once that happens, everything can tell you're going to be fine. whatever. it's like no i'm going to take all precautions wearing my mask in keeping my distance and stuff like that. >> and that's exactly what doctors are encouraging and reminding people, even though you are fully vaccinated, you're still gonna have to mask up and social distance. everything we have been doing doing during the pandemic. because while the vaccine protects you from getting severe covid symptoms. he still can be a carrier of the virus and pass it on to someone more vulnerable in burlingame. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> and we've been talking about the micro climates in the bay area today because it's showing to showing off. at especially at the golden gate bridge when watching the fog that just i feel like it. i thought for a second it was going to dissipate. but it's almost looks like it's got even thicker over the last little bit. dave sphar has got a little bit more detail. what we well, the golden gate is
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always a troubled area. that's where the fog you see coming and going. so it's the last stop along the way to clear out. it looks pretty good at u c berkeley with taking care of things. the east bay shoreline all lit up nice blue skies there. >> good news. also to no delays coming out of sfo. so we'll take that as well. now we'll probably see the same kind of performance again tomorrow as we start the day off with fog again mixing out to mostly sunny and not as warm. now, the start today. we're already up to 53 napa. 46 santa rosa nevado. what about 50, by the way, east bay is looking a lot of 50's as well with freeman and a cooler 4855. meanwhile, for san jose winds. again, the big thing to look out. we're starting things off overnight here with an onshore flow that continues. we get a little bit of the the afternoon because of inland heating. but this is going on long after that. as you can see for monday morning. it continues at the coast. that is a swing look at the scene on the north bay. it's even coming off shore by early tomorrow afternoon. solano counties where where the focus is going to be and that's going to spread out to the east bay throughout the
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day tomorrow. so we have a little incident of some offshore winds and there is going to be a real drying effect. it's going to be felt. well inland as we start to really warm up. let's get to the moisture part of forecast this morning. as you can see, starting the day off that marine layer mixes out. we get quite dry in the east bay tomorrow morning about 6.45. you can see there's the recovery, the fog, all of that. we like that because that's good news. helped up the atmosphere a little bit. but then we dry out tomorrow afternoon. big time. it looks like there's going to be a force with some offshore winds with all of that. again, those statements yet involving anybody with all of this and even into tuesday. nocturnal e this is before dawn. we're still quite dry in the east bay. we hopefully won't have any winds by that point. so putting this all together for today. it's back to sunny again. warm inland. we may push those highs near about 80 in some places like county. but then tomorrow slightly cooler. but the big issue is you're going to feel those winds first on shore in the morning and then more of an offshore event occurring just about everywhere inland. it looks like in the afternoon,
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then for next week it's warming by midweek and you'll see the warm-up on tuesday. but really feel that wednesday into thursday. looks like as we really go through the 80ls in the inland valley 66 today, san francisco oakland at 71 we're looking about 77 for san jose across the wider bay some locations may pop in about 80 but most of the readings will be in the upper 70's. of course, a closer inspection of all of us in the 4 zone forecast and we'll have the extended for you too, marty noel. all right, dave, thanks a lot. well, this morning we're learning more about a series of deadly shootings in tpvirginia. >> 2 people were killed, 8 others were injured. and police arrested 3 people. but now there are some questions about why an officer. >> who fatally shot a man during these incidents didn't turn on his body camera. temer. scott has the latest. >> the first violent incident at the oceanfront started at the intersection of atlantic and 20th. we know now know that started out as a physical fight. an argument into a
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physical fight. point escalated into virginia beach. officer was on scene at the time and assisted the detective bureau in arresting 3 people for that incident. that injured 7 people. 22 on adams 18 year-old like was baker in 20 year-old. yvonne dorsey junior are facing assault and firearm charges next was the shooting on 19th street that killed 29 year-old to sheila harris and injured another. there are no material updates at this point. there are no arrests at this time. >> we do believe that she truly is at this point in time and it is a victim. there was probably struck by stray gunfire. and lastly, the police involved shooting that killed 25 year-old donovan lynch. >> the commonwealth's attorney's office is overseeing the criminal investigation by virginia beach police. they say they don't have a lot of answers. there was a firearm recovered. >> in the vicinity of where this incident occurred chief neudigate says there is no evidence at this time that
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supports lynch having a gun on him at the time. he was shot. >> or if the gun found belong to him and there's no body cam footage. officer was wearing a body cam. for unknown reasons at this point in time. it was not activated. >> that was cameru. scott reporting for us this morning of the 8 people who were injured, those injuries ranged from serious to life threatening marty. >> well, still ahead this morning on the kron 4 morning news, a group of unaccompanied migrant girls now being housed in california and some people aren't happy about it. we'll have that story coming up.
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>> welcome back. 9.24 here on this sunday morning. and a large group of unaccompanied migrant girls are waking up today at a shelter at the san diego convention center of those girls arrive from texas are going to be housed there temporarily. >> well, this comes, of course, during the surge of migrants at the southern border. gregorczyk has the latest. >> think in el salvador. she's hoping that her girl finds people like this to take care of emotions run high as 500 girls seeking asylum arrive at the san diego convention center saturday night coming from overcrowded border detention facilities. these are all girls that are coming here as you probably know,
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girls. >> have particular dangers when they travel here to glory announced the convention center is taking an exclusively migrant girls aged 13 to 17 the federal government is footing the bill for the operation set to run until early july. the girls will be provided beds. food showers, medical care, legal services and an outdoor play area and will not be allowed to leave until they reunite with family or sponsor while they wait to hearing this is not a incarceration facility, but this is a place for reconnection to family. >> and we'll be as transparent as we possibly can be with the general public us house already passed 2 bills on immigration reform and is currently working on more. >> lawmakers say the shelter is not a long-term solution here today and over the next few months, months is not to fix all that this is an act of compassion neighbor to neighbor, though some disagree saying san diego should focus on his own people. first operation shelter to home, previously at the convention center was set to end this month and homeless san diegans were relocated to local
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shelters if they really, really truly cared for people they can walk around our sidewalk right here. any part of san diego. we have mentally ill. we have elderly. we have our vets all sleeping outside on the sidewalks. >> why aren't they being helped like this coming year. i saw some. >> some voices of hate and rage outside, which is too bad. but that's not the majority of san diego's the majority san diego understand that these girls need help the majority of san diegans understand that we're doing the right thing here. mayor gloria says the convention center can hold up to 1450 girls at a time. >> and they're expecting 250 more to arrive on monday. >> and still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news at oakland ice cream. vendor is attacked on the job. we'll find out how the community is stepping in to help.
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>> good morning. welcome back. we're expecting another beautiful day around the bay today. sunshine, blue skies on the way. almost 80 degrees but not there just yet. dave's far has got a little bit more detail for they want her good turn deserves another good morning, guys. good morning, everybody. and that's what we're going to see this afternoon. sunny skies and temperatures reaching near about 84. don't get there. >> we'll make it by next week. it looks like least a couple days and there for some 80's
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as well. we're still fighting a lot of the fog going on of the golden gate. that's a little troubled area that it takes a while to really mix out elsewhere has been more of a better performance. look at that. cut 63 at this hour. now 56 conquered and also oakland 46 even santa rosa improving their and 55 for san jose. so now the places were trailing a little bit in the peninsula along the coast is where it's a bit cooler than yesterday morning. but everybody else has pretty much recovered wind check a little bit of an offshore wind will have a bit of a week on shore wind today because of inland heating. that's going to remain overnight and early tomorrow morning help up that marine layer. so the morning fog today expected again tomorrow morning for your morning commute here, 74 by 1 o'clock by 4. we're talking 77. we might see a couple little token 80's there. want to check this all out in your 4 zone forecast and look at that extended to. well, marty. >> thanks, dave. an east bay community is rallying around an ice cream vendor after he was attacked and robbed while
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on the job. kron four's dan thorn talked with the man and his neighbors who are helping to get the victim back up on his feet. >> look at how they lift our people ya. they robbed a memorandum over card over neighborhood. ice cream man is attacked and robbed in oakland. this video shot by a concerned neighbor shows the car smashed apart and the victim left shaken. the first shock was just seeing him that's our neighborhood. ice pollack you know, case of money. want to thank you and you know, he says he took the video and shared these %ppictures to get the word out about what happened. look at it. victim, hector hernandez. pitino says he was pushing his car along harper street and crosby avenue friday afternoon when 3 men jumped out of their car, demanded ice cream and then smashed their car into his car to look at. you see a little bit. don't know nc mother is a and movements end people. department is an immigrant from mexico and he says he's been working as a
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for more than a decade during the attack. his back was injured. but the real pain he says is losing his livelihood. they don't left them without a court. how he going to work. now. >> after sharing this video on social media. you know, he says his followers are rallying behind pitino to get him back on his feet. more than $10,000 in donations have poured in from all over the country job. he says these community members need to be protected. we got to take care of them as much as we will take care of our own family ice cream at core man, whatever it is. you know, we've got to take care of them. thik our job is our job to take care of. >> reporting in oakland. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> new this morning. police in antioch are looking for a man who shot a dog and then broke into a house with the homeowner still inside all of that happened after the man was involved in a police chase oakley police were chasing that stolen car in the city of antioch. now during the chase, somebody in the car fired a shot and hit another car. no
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one in that car was injured shortly after the shooting that stolen car crashed into a parked vehicle. the driver was arrested, but a passenger ran into a nearby yard and shot the homeowner's dog. it's not known right now. if that dog survived the gunman then tried to break into the home and eventually shot out the sliding glass door. the homeowner was still inside of his 14 year-old son, but they thankfully were able to get away unharmed before police could arrive. the shooter took off. he is still on the loose this morning. >> and happening tomorrow, several bay area school districts will begin expanding in person learning very exciting stuff for those students for sure. sandra fell city schools are going to move to in person learning 5 days a week. students will be in the classroom for 4 and a half hours per day. >> with no distance learning. some of them have been on a hybrid mix of in-person and distance learning since november. >> and in the east bay, all students will be allowed to
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return to the classroom in the mount diablo unified school district. that district. welcome through second grade last thursday. 3rd through 12th graders will be allowed to return tomorrow. the students will be taking part in a hybrid learning plan that combines in person and distance learning as well. >> also in the east bay the castro valley unified school district will enter its 3rd phase of reopening 3rd through 5th graders will be allowed to return to the classroom tomorrow. the district aims to bring all grades back with a hybrid model by april 12th full-time classroom learning could happen by august. >> national news this morning. president biden says us the u.s. justice department is taking a closer look at georgia's new elections laws some claim limits voter access or kron. 4 washington correspondent kellie meyer has the latest. >> the tri-cities president joe biden is calling georgia's new election law. jim crow in the 21st century. the sweeping
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reforms signed into law by georgia's republican governor on thursday. require voter id for absentee ballots limit the use of ballot drop boxes shore in early voting and make it a crime to offer voters food and water as they wait in line to vote >> think people vote. provide water. >> it made a great black voters and georgia's urban neighborhoods frequently face hours long lines to vote we don't know quite exactly. >> what we can do at this point just taking a look at. well, vice president kamala harris took aim at the law to it intentionally, i believe attempt to prevent whole populations of people from exercising their constitutional right. well, i just don't think that's true. sack smith with the heritage foundation says the laws are trying to make the election process. >> more secure. it certainly
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doesn't seem like it's voter suppression are intended to reduce turnout when it requires least 2 saturdays of early voting steel out and gives counties the option to allow to sunday's georgia is the first political battleground state to overhaul its election system this year. reporting in washington. i'm kelly meyer. >> more national news this morning, president biden set to unveil his infrastructure plan this week and the administration is working on finalizing a plan that would cost trillions of dollars to help fix our roads and our bridges like the one to looking at right now. but it could end up costing us taxpayers. rick chambers explains. >> the infrastructure status quo as a threat to our collective future that's transportation secretary pete buttigieg telling a congressional committee. >> that now is the time to invest in the nation's infrastructure across the country. we face a trillion dollar backlog of needed repairs and improvements with. >> hundreds of billions of dollars in good projects already in the pipeline. keep
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in mind that more than 230,000 of our bridges are in need of repair. and the country's highway system is falling apart. >> one in 5 miles of our highways and major roads are in poor condition. that's a 186,000 miles of highway. >> so to pay for a trillion dollars or more and refurbishing the biden administration is now suggesting a mileage tax a tax on how much you drive high. think it would be great because some people that don't drive that much. and then you pay too much and insurance. i don't try to make my car. >> i may be dry. less 5,000 miles per year. so that would be good for you for me, but maybe for orders, not with the electric car growing in popularity and the gas tax just insufficient a user pay tax may be next. but some see it as just another way for uncle sam to get into your pocket. german teen from work. i personally don't german that you put my mom does. and she were to drive. per mile and paper tax on those miles. is
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this a out of pocket. they get it in other ways. that is just 1. one more thing for them to, you know. >> texas. and this is not the one. >> and that was rick chambers reporting for us this morning. >> happening today. the stanford women's basketball team takes on missouri state in the sweet 16. so far stanford has not faced many challenges in their chase for a national championship. they've won each of their first 2 games in the nc double a tournament fairly easily of course, looking for another w today, tipoff for today's game is scheduled for noon. >> and also happening today. it's been a long time coming. but bay area, baseball fans will be back in the stands as the giants host the a's in the preseason game today. it's at oracle park. first pitch set for one. '05, this afternoon. but things are going to look a lot different for fans this year. first of all, masks will be required for everyone over the age of 2 unless you're eating or drinking fans will
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also be seated in groups of 2 or 4 in order to practice social distancing fans will have to order food from their phones and it will either be delivered to their seats or they can pick it up at a designated location. bottom line is there's no standing in line at the cajon concession stands. dave. all right. we're going to spring-like forecast not just for today but for the week ahead and joy it because next weekend will be a little bit of a different story. we're checking your 4 zone forecast and the extent we forecast and the extent we come back. get your spring on at ross. yes! with brand-name looks at prices that say it's on. yeah, it is! get this season's styles for you... ...and you... and you... with the best bargains ever... ...at ross. yes for less!
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>> and let's go ahead and check out the weather forecast because it's worth talking about it definitely is nice and warm again today. dave star has got the details a day. okay. good morning, guys. good morning. improving on the fog front a little there's the shot from u c berkeley. at least we're seeing the sun come out. nice blue skies at work here. >> and pushing those temperatures, maybe a little bit better than we saw from yesterday despite few degrees. the real climbing will happen, however, into next week. we're interrupting a little bit by this front up towards the north. it's a lot of cloud cover which we were not even see much of really the thing you're going to notice is a a change of the winds which will happen late tonight, greta. tomorrow morning again with more of that fog. and then we switch over to offshore winds and really start warming up mentioning the fog, by the way, this is what happens late tonight. you see the fog developing tomorrow morning. early mixing up pretty quickly by 9.15, pretty much gone. and
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after that phase will have the winds start to shift. speaking of which, yes, going to start off on shore through the overnight greeting us tomorrow morning. look at breezy. it looks like at the coast as late as 8 o'clock or so. then comes a switch more off shore up the solano county and that spills across the east bay as well. that will be dry and it will dry out conditions in the far east bay too. now as we warm up. so we'll talk who they were going to probably feel it by wednesday. those the climb to the 50's tomorrow. they're interrupted 60. it looks like by wednesday, which means we're looking at some melting happening up there and the mountains you get too much of that. sometimes you can have a problem a little bit for the area rivers and so forth. watching future cast for without incident. that thing moves through. so we don't see a lot of cloud cover with it except the winds and slightly cooler temperatures. high pressure is obviously in control here. so that's the phase the pacific we're in for next week. but starting the by friday. and next weekend there's a shift how long that lasts and the total impact is not clear, but it's fair to say there's a chance of seeing some showers developing next
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weekend's. what does not look like. the same kind of weekend in store for us. coming up at the end of this week ahead. all right. let's get your 4 zone forecast for this sunday highs today. 66 san francisco 63 daly city pacifica 6164, half moon bay. then we bump those to the middle to upper 60's along the bay side. as you can see into the 70's, we go down to the south redwood city at 74 mountain view. 73 and 75 for palo alto. the santa clara valley is reaching the upper 70's close to 8079 1 on from morgan hill 77 santa clara also cupertino east bay shore lines in the mid 70's, which by the way, we'll see some 80's poking out here a little bit next week. tri valley upper 70's and up to walnut creek 7879 looks like conquered 68 for berkeley. there we go. get some 80's out here to to vacaville and also fairfield 76 for vallejo and also nap up and santa rosa mid 70's covers pretty much former n except that the coast will be in the 60's. it'll be chilly at the coast tomorrow.
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looks like as well. 7 day forecast. here's a little drop that we see in some cases in them might chafe perhaps 10 degrees with all of that as well. then we jump to the 80's. you can see by the middle of the week, particularly into thursday with 40's covering. so the coast. >> and dave as women's history month comes to a close, we want to highlight a couple of women who despite the pandemic decided to open up a small coffee shop this past september nirvana soul coffee not only offers coffee and tea but a place to find a little bit of peace during these trying times. joining me now are drawn a ca and bianca the sisters behind the operation. ladies, i feel like some people held off on their ambitious goals over the last year. but you both decided to say, hey, let's open up a coffee shop. but why now? >> we actually were already in process of opening a coffee shot before the pandemic hit. so we're like we just got to move
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>> well, i i'm sure it was not the easiest of processes. you guys are located right in the middle of downtown san jose. there on a south first street. did you always want to be in that area. >> we decided that we're going to do it. we did say like what's the biggest dream we could fill bill here and being from san jose or sales. we knew that downtown was a special place that we wanted to bring a bustle, too. so, yeah, absolutely. >> how's it been so far. i've been looking on your on your social media and it seems you've got a lot of good followers and what not. how have people responded to the opening of the business. >> i mean has been great. i think that people i love i we've been having a really good time. i think that's the most important part. we're i have enjoyed every single day and i think you see that. yeah. we started building our community really early on instagram. so we started with a blog and then we would share that it's going facebook. and so the following just kept building over time. so by the
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time we had our physical location. we have already about 3,000 or so followers now we're up to over 11,000 and a lot people haven't you been in the shop. so it's been a lot of easing in threat is going to get there. >> well, i do think you guys really do your social media really because you show the kind of the interior of the of the space is really beautiful. all of the bright colors. and you also have a lot of unique artwork all over the walls and what i've noticed on your social media. a lot of these artists are local can you talk to me just a little bit about how you've worked with them to kind of incorporate them with the business. >> yeah, of we actually reached out on our instagram before we open for local artists. in particular. we're looking for artists that people of color, you know, black and people color and they just came in droves there's so many talented folks in san jose in the bay area and they a lot was the person that they were putting
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themselves out there, too. and so i know that meant a lot for us because this is our first time doing anything of this scale. and so we've kind of just built-in grown together with these amazing artists. they continue to support us too. >> well an and it really is beautiful and very unique artwork. so i i do encourage anyone who stops by or coffee shop to kind of, you know, roam if they can and look at the different artwork on the walls. i also really love the idea of coffee and waffles. the waffle girl you talk to be a little bit about that combination. what took you guys there to to coffee and waffles. >> well, funny i've worked in a lot of different coffee shops and i just felt like we would be fun to have something different. so i was sitting with my team and they, you know, let's do waffles silent online and i was like to see some sweet as these unsavory of us put it out there just just with anything. this is our first time. so we are you see what works and what doesn't work. and i actually just work.
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>> is it all sweet waffles? are there some savory ones too, where there is some sweet and savory. so we have it's reason can case a lawful, which is a less my absolute and we have a baby in cheddar at yeah. we have a >> and the golden so that's you know, we're always going to be at a different thing. so mean, you and so you have the waffles i that's talk to me about being. >> 2 women of color. obviously you are sisters which a beautiful thing to work together. but. >> being woman of color and opening up a in a space that doesn't necessarily have that many black owned businesses around it. >> yeah. i mean, it's pretty good experience for us. i would say i think a lot of that does stem from the fact that we're also local local were sisters. and so there are other black owned businesses in downtown with backyard or neighbors that black owned
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businesses. well, and so i think for us, we really capturing the spirit in diversity of san jose. it's cannot scene. so but when you come into nirvana soul like i think that is a what san jose really looks like and so we're happy just to be a part of have been embraced by so many different people and different demographics in ages and backgrounds right here in san jose. >> well, and i think just the name nirvana puts you in a good vibes. only kind of mindset. my last question for you guys. how are you hoping people feel as they leave your coffee shop. >> i'm hoping that they the ross perot was a dream for me. i'm a long time and that's why we chose to go with the bright colors and we c oose to be more on the bubbly side. so i want them to come in and just see that even in the process of your team could be a hard thing that you can still do it. so when they're walking
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the doors. i i really hope they just enjoy him. and then can do anything they want to do >> well, it's a beautiful you both proud to have you here on the on the show and and to talk to us about your kind of dream come true here with nirvana song. we really appreciate you taking some time out this morning. if anyone is looking for some coffee and waffles this morning had there it is. downtown san jose again there south first street. i really appreciate you joining me this morning. thanks so much. >> thank you having of course. we'll be right back.
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>> well, a new organization is looking to close the gender gap for careers in science technology, engineering and math girls who code teaches coding to girls aged 13 to 17 through gaming app, development and website development. one program director says pursuing a stem career can be discouraging for young women adding opportunities like this. could you change the narrative. >> hope is to get it in every single town within 30 miles of mine at next fall. and then like i said, it's already impacting other rural communities. >> the girls who code free summer programs after-school clubs and college programs
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have reached more than 300,000 girls across the united states. >> more and more people are riding bart. and if you're looking so for something to do on the train instead of just scrolling through your phone. take a look at this a bart set up a touchless short-story dispenser at some stations. here's how it works. the riders can choose between a 1, 3, or 5 minutes story. they're printed out on recyclable receipt, paper and it's already getting some high-profile fans like francis ford coppola who hailed the dispenser. a wonderful idea to dispense art by machine for free. now you can find the story. dispensers at the montgomery fruitvale richmond and pleasant hill bart stations. bart says it plans to create future opportunities for local riders to have their work featured at the stations as well. >> we just had that the new treat been and those give me attitude because i think everyone. no, you really had to me. that's what you miss.
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>> dog owner may have created a bit of a monster here. >> lola impatiently continues to press the street, but and refusing to stop. >> unless her owner complies with her demands and gives her another treat. she's like you made this for me why won't you just do what joy what you want me to do. and i'm not getting the tree. what's wrong with this picture? i think the next step is making that tree but then just having the treats on the mat oakley coming out to her that way. she's not waiting on him. and then what you do is you put the treats the treat button someplace where she can't reach this is given a break she's very determined. she is. >> let's go ahead and check out the weather forecast for the bay area because there is a lot to talk about here. look at that. plenty of sunshine. >> all the way through the end of the weekend. check out some temperatures. once we get to the middle of the week into the low 80's there is still a little bit of fog hanging out by the golden gate bridge this
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morning. we thought it would clear up. >> by now. but it's a sticking around for a little while. majority of the rest of the bay is really going to enjoy some beautiful sunshine today. up to 80 degrees in some parts. there of the north so definitely get outside. don't need a we're looking at the foggy this is the golden gate bridge. of course. >> it's going to clear away by later today. and he just lovely have yourself a wonderful week. we'll see you next weekend. the more you can tell. i'm noelle bellow, thanks for joining us. advanced non-small cell lung cancer can change everything. but your first treatment could be a chemo-free combination of two immunotherapies that works differently.
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