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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news at 7. >> good saturday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow and i'm will tran. no, it's not a good saturday morning. it's a very good saturday morning because the giants orange orange. you glad we orange. you glad wearing a little bit of blue here. we've got i mean, we've got dodgers giants again today. we've >> blue angels fleet week continues. got a special little bit later. we'll tell you all about that it's going to be i i hope it's going to be really nice out there,
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dave, i know we've got some cloud cover this morning. yeah. a little bit. we have some more sprinkles to this morning going on. but that's going to clear up pret%y quickly. so on on all in all, it can look pretty good. how are the ballpark little bit on the chilly side, talking upper 50's there with the breeze. >> meanwhile, temperature check for you are right now as we hold this discussion, we got a lot of 50's along the east bay shoreline even inland in 40's. meanwhile, up to the north as far as the flow pattern is little bit of leftover sprinkles, a touch along the peninsula. but things will clear out and remain quite chilly. it looks like will be a recovery, by the way, as we get into tomorrow. however, after we get past that, the next thing to look out for is a fire weather. watch. you can see the coverage area east of the east bay hills a little bit up to the north bay. meanwhile, there is a wind watch for solano county. that's a high wind watch and that's will be pieced together with the warning or shooting a high wind warning potentially later on a look at the breakdown for today. we going to mostly sunny mode. but even inland by 02:00pm. we're only talking 69 today. notice will be colder than we got going on for
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tomorrow. a look at your forecast coming up in just a bit. well in the well. >> okay, dave, it's the series everybody was waiting for one. '07, versus one. '06, as far as the winds dodgers giants they go back almost a century. exactly. big rivals here and the giants took the w from the dodgers last night. the longtime rivals finally facing off. >> they took it home in a shutout game last night 4 to 0, which hurting my daughter haha here. but there's plenty of baseball still left to play kron four's. kylen mills is like giving us the highlights in tells us what to expect going on into game 2. good morning. and what a morning it is for giants fans. last night. the giants dodgers rivalry taken to new heights let's go straight to oracle park for game one of the national league division series. what an environment was the orange and black out in full force. this is the first time these 2 teams have ever met in the postseason starter. logan webb for the giants impressive throughout
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this game top the first, no score. >> dodgers threatening early with a runner at 3rd. but webb is hit by a justin turner ground ball. he gets it to first escape seeing avoids an early score. bottom of the frame buster posey gets the green light on 3 unknown. he rockets one opposite way to right. >> it is gone for a 2 run bomb bounces into the water. mccovey cove. the giants taken early 2, nothing lead top of the 4th one on for turner up to bat again grounds one up the middle again fielded by tommy a fancy flick to brandon crawford. he gets it over to first for the double play. when is paul what a great turn by lastella in crawford top of the 5th dodgers with a runner on wet strikes out aj pollack to end the inning web gaining confidence as this game went on very next inning let's get straight turner down on strikes a 24 year old threw seven-plus innings of shutout ball and struck out 10 bottom
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of the 7th kris bryant crush. is this one high and deep to left center. hear bryant is back. walker buehler, not a happy camper. brian solo home run extends the giants lead to 3. this is webb went out to pitch the top of the 8th almost had a 1, 2, 3 inning, but mookie betts single and ultimately end his night cap were coming out to make the change. and wes gets a nice standing ovation from the crowd. what a game he had his first ever mlb playoff appearance. very impressive incomes tyler rogers with his signature submarines throw. check this out. he gets corey seager to ground out to second. that will end the inning web. i love these shots of him in the dugout he is digging it, of course, spot in the 8th giants leading 3 zip crawford drills. this one to center, no doubt about it. 5 by baby giants. get those insurance runs once again,
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loving it. top of the 9th the low to wall into close it out. he's gets will smith to pop ups. who's going to catch it. shines fans holding their breath. it's and donovan solano comes in to take the catch and that'll do it giants take game one and shut out the dodgers. 2 nothing. here's manager gabe kepler after the game on the impressive performance of the youngster. steve logan west into 3rd. >> i think the demeanor and the really stood out tonight. i the dribble or that he wasn't able to execute on in the 4th. at times in the passes kind of. frustrate him and visibly frustrated him. and tonight you can just see him turn the page in his mind and get back to executing pitches in the zone. but for me it was it was definitely composure was the demeanor was the >> big stage. you know, incredible atmosphere and whether you just kind of
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channel all of that and his performance tonight. >> game 2 of the nlds coming up tonight at 6. '07. all be out there and kron 4 will be bringing you all of the action. kevin gausman on the mound for the giants. it should be a fun one. you guys, back to you. >> everybody is betting these days and that made with governor gavin newsom means senator alex padilla. he's from southern california in the san fernando valley. they man a bat and the giants won, which means padilla needs to pay up. newsom bet on the giants and padilla went for the dodgers in last night's game. they bet that the loser will have to join the winning team's grounds crew raking the infield and mowing the grass. all while raising money for a good cause. newsom's charity is sorts to plow shares a nonprofit organization providing health care to thousands of bay area veterans every year. padilla. he pick the la regional food bank. so some to pay you should be out
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there to know. i don't think so. i wasn't a part of that that you can stay up to date, though, on all things giants are says dodgers with kron 4 on the go. we've got. >> continuing coverage of the giants postseason just scan the qr code that you see on your screen and you'll be directed to the special section of our website with all the information on the giants run in the playoffs, including information on tickets as well as the schedule of the division series broadcast saw there at kron. 4 dot com. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news marin county is lifting its indoor mask. mandate will show you why some residents say. >> it's all because everyone in the county is doing their part to combat covid-19 plus, after the break, fleet weeks, air show is back in san francisco. i'll show you what it's like. >> so take a ride with the blue angels there. i was 6 years again.
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actually where they will have tents and box seat set up where people can pay to watch the shows just try and go to the marine catch some grass. you can't really do that access in that area is going to be limited. if you're coming into the city from elsewhere. you should keep in mind traffic is likely going to be an issue out there should probably use public transportation. if you can. well. >> noel fleet week is amazing. but the headliner are the blue angels. they raced across the guys skies so fast they sound like thunder and their stunts are literally death-defying. 6 years ago i got a chance to write a lightning bolt when they asked me to take to the skies with them. >> i have thought about this day every day for the past 3 months. let me tell you something, there is nothing that can prepare you for a flight that the blue angels other than doing it. takeoff is not a gradual incline but vertical like an elevator.
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captain jeff kuz has been training for years to be a pilot house. the last ride of the day. we did all the moves will do during free one of them was 7 g's, which is 7 times your body weight pushing down on
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>> when >> we landed and the captain was as fresh as a morning walk me. i was sweaty and worn out. they told me it would feel like 2 hours at the gym boy. they not kidding. he did a good job. i was worried that we're in neck on a couple of them there. nice great positive attitude all the way through pleasure finally and for the record i never passed down throughout high for. there's a pool at the office that i would. >> i plan to collect. >> ok, so you saw captain jeff kuz. he landed. we did a live shot yet is had on noel. he didn't even sweat. and i was the last flight of the day and he ate in between great guy. he is. he was an officer and a gentleman. we spoke about family and how his family was coming out to visit him in san francisco. sadly, a year later, he would die while practicing with the blue angels, he will always be with me. >> i mean, it's a danger. i mean, like you say, it's a dangerous job as we can see
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there. you said 600 miles per hour that is not an easy feat. again, if you plan to watch the air show from home. join us right here on kron. 4 to watch it live blue angels live show. it all starts at 02:00pm here on kron 4 kron four's. ken wayne is going to be hosting the show. i'm going to be joining him also live here, aquatic park. so be sure to tune in with us. you don't want to leave your couch today. stick with us. we'll be right back.
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>> all right. thank welcome back. a fire watches in effect for sunday night through tuesday. the national weather service says it's because gusty wind and low humidity could make for dangerous fire. weather weather service says the north bay mountains as well as east bay, hills and valleys are the area mostly at risk because of this fire danger and look any cigarettes or anything out the window because. >> any little spark can really caught wreak some havoc there. we do want to get you another check of the weather forecast. get a little deeper into this. dave spahr standing by with a closer look at the conditions a day. >> alright noel will. good morning. good morning, everybody. and to start things off. we have a couple little spritz is that are showing up on radar a bit. they pretty much cover the peninsula for the most part, it's going to stay in that direction. shoving to the south in its wake skies, open up nicely. this somewhat of a, quote, typical type of scenario. you
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get a little bit of rain in the back side of that, you get a bit of offshore wind. and when you have a substantial rain, not much of a problem. we have it and it's been so dry for so long and this is kind of a. nonsense type. a little spritz will type of rain only plus you can get from this is a little bit of moisture up at the surface. yeah, we're getting that we're not getting that much inland or where the problems are. a look at half moon bay as we start the day some leftover scattered clouds skies will open up, but in the wake of this rain. make no mistake about it, it will be chilly. there's the golden gate for you as we see a little fog return a bit mid-fifties line up the east bay shoreline to the east lower 50's that that we have some chilly 40's up to the north bay. don't forget there. the other side of that front. we'll actually see the winds pick up a little bit later on for right now in the single digits across most of the real estate. so watching this into motion. the leftover rain get shoved aside. we're basically mostly sunny for the today. mostly clear in tonight will return a fog couple scattered clouds going on there for tomorrow. and then the winds start picking up tomorrow afternoon evening
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watching this into motion today. the typical onshore wind with the daytime heating inland compared around the then later on for tomorrow. that's when the winds start picking up not as much of a problem along the coast and they do appear a little on shore, but they start shifting more to the north. as you can see and the solano county and some of those pockets up towards the north. so the lowdown goes like this a few early sprinkles basically south and west to most of the bay in the peninsula. we're talking about mostly sunny mild 70's mostly sunny and warmer already tomorrow we pounds into the 80's and looks pretty good for next week ahead, mostly sunny mild, those 70's return inland 80's going on late in the week for today, 66 san francisco open 6978. meanwhile, for san jose across the bigger portion of the real estate for highs today will see a lot of 70's on the board. coming up. we do have a quick look at your 4 zone forecast and that extended noel. >> thanks, dave. in the north, a marin county health
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officials are lifting their indoor mask mandate next friday. this applies to gyms offices. college classes, religious gatherings as well. but as kron four's gayle ong reports, you can not take the mask off indoors unless you're fully vaccinated. >> starting october 15 if you go to an indoor gym in marin county you may ditch the mask if you are fully vaccinated something nancy menorah's is looking forward to every time i do. the move may. it's really uncomfortable. and there's just like this press coming back at mean sometimes i'm just like, oh, my gosh. like today. i realize need to do a detox because my breath was just coming back in tip from the mask. so i'm just over it. and over the mask, marin county public health officials announced the easing of the mask mandate on friday. other indoor settings like offices college classes and religious gatherings are also exempt from the mask mandate county doctor matthew willis said that's thanks to high vaccinations. >> we also have to decide based approach towards lifting restrictions when they're no longer you know, we have a
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vision of a future with low case counts. no hospitalization rates, high vaccination rates. but people are not being to cover their faces as much. and so towards that end, we're beginning to peel back restrictions in the valley residents support the new rule and proud to live in a county that had an outstanding mask mandate. >> and that has been responsible about handling this and i hate wearing mask. so i'm delighted that we've done a good enough job getting vaccinated with a few exceptions that we can afford to take these now saw everybody doing their best. i think am happy to see that moran is way up there. >> in being vaccinated because and we feel safer. but we do take our masks and we're all sick of wearing masks. we >> but changes are ahead. doctor willis says there is still more work to be done. in criteria are basically going to be tied the case rates hospitalizations in vaccination >> and we need to be less than an ran. the numbers translate
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to less than 18 cases per day on average for 3 week period ended marin county continues to meet the criteria. the mask mandate could be ease for additional indoor settings in mid november. >> reporting from mill valley. gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news tesla is moving its headquarters. how governor gavin newsome is governor gavin newsome is reacting to the news. my new, better-than-ever cluck sandwich with a bigger, crispier, juicier fillet, bigger pickles, more mystery sauce, and an extremely serious crunch. i'm kind of a big fan. try my bigger, crispier, new cluck sandwich combo for $6.99. download the jack app today.
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>> 7.24 here. and texas is resuming its ban on almost all abortions. this comes after a federal peers appeals court temporarily reinstated. the state's heartbeat law now 3 days before that ruling, a federal judge put the law on hold triggering a rush by clinics to start serving patients for the first time since early september. the law bans abortions once a fetal heart activity is detected usually around 6 weeks, which is before some women even realize they're pregnant. the law also allows private citizens to take people to court and collect an award for violating it. >> the latest jobs report shows growth slowed to its weakest pace of the year. employers added just 194,000 jobs last month and that's down from 366,000 back in august and far below the increase of 1 million in july. that was before the delta variant lead to an increase in covid-19 cases hospitalizations and people
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dying from it. still president joe biden says the country is on the move. today's report. >> as the unemployment rate down to 4.8%, a significant improvement from when i took office in a sign that our recovery is moving forward even in the face of a covid pandemic. >> in the meantime, average earning rose $0.19 an hour in september and are up more than a dollar an hour over the last year. so according to president biden, we're heading in the right direction. >> governor newsom is weighing in on the elon musk's plans to move tesla's headquarters out of palo alto to austin, texas. newsom says he has been friends us for 20 years and appreciates his quote, entrepreneurial spirit newsom added california will continue to invest in the development and production of electric vehicles and even suggested there wouldn't be a tesla without california. >> would be interesting to get the facts on how much california's invested in tesla. no other. i mean.
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hundreds of millions of dollars in tax subsidies. we provide our regulatory environment helped create that company and grow that company. >> musk did not say when the move would be happening. but he did say he plans to boost the company's output at its fremont factory by as much as 50%. stay with us. we'll be right back after the break.
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no. well, yes. yeah. i see here just getting to such i am getting i'm getting to you today because i'm from southern california so dodgers fan. my great grandma kind of made it a law in our family to be dodgers fans. so this is going to be a really fun weekend last night. not so fun for us. but i guess we'll see again. >> tonight. there's going to be another game. of course, we're just showing you a beautiful look about the cloud cover. i mean, i know it's cloudy, but it's kind of pretty with the sun. it was pretty yesterday at oracle to yeah, we're done nothing. no. ok, well, we're just going to keep going. it's 7.30. this thing, i think i saw some people bundled up last night. the games at 6 o'clock tonight. i seem have to up again again. and it's going to be breezy to a cool breeze company with all of that to even though the skies open up nicely for today. it will look pretty good for the picture window. however. >> they'll be a little bit of a breeze will be more winds. however, later in the forecast
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is posing its own issues that we're talking about. first of all tracking some little splotches on radar a little bit. >> down around the peninsula will have for you. there's some scattered clouds off towards of the distance. this is what we're talking about here. this will dissipate for us the next couple of hours going into the mostly sunny mode temperature check 40's up in the north bay. we've got 50's off towards the east and a look at this problem. developing later on. we have a fire weather watch covering where you see the darker colors there. off to the east bay hills and points east a elevations up in the north bay peninsula not impacted by this partially because of this little bit of sports rain. meanwhile, in solano county of a high wind watch that covers this time period as well as some of those winds may be picking up a little bit later on. coming up in a bit. of pcourse, we'll take a closer look at the longer range forecast for you. but the game 6 '07, game time upper 60's for temperatures. a few clouds will be some fog. that's going to come rolling back on again and breaking things down about 70 or 2 o'clock. and that's about the best will do will
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know. well. >> i tell you what, dave hopefully it will rain at oracle tonight. rain baseball's home runs an exciting weekend in san francisco. we got the dodgers, the giants right. we got fleet week. the blue angels at oracle park in all the festivities going on. it's all going to impact your commute, though kron four's dan kerman has a look at some other ways you can get into the city without getting in your car. >> if you choose not to drive to one of these events and choose to take part instead a reminder that bart is running trains until midnight friday and saturday sunday. we'll have 3 special event trains available as needed. >> will we see a big crowd of people coming and it gets to a crest low level will send one of those extra special event rains in there to pick up the extra people. >> golden gate ferry will offer direct ferry service to oracle park for the giants game. it will depart larkspur on saturday at 4. oh, 05:00pm. the return will be 30 minutes after the last out and advance tickets are recommended the
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san francisco bay ferry will also offer ferry service directly to oracle park for the giants game on saturday departures from delay oakland and alameda between 4, 4, 45 with the return. 2030 minutes after the last out advance reservations are recommended and san francisco bay ferry will have special service for fleet week specifically to peer 41, which is right in between fisherman's wharf and pier 39 saturday and sunday. there will be 7 daily trips from the ferry building to peer 41 and that fair will be free and san francisco muni will be offering additional services well for fleet week on saturday and sunday. there will be flying shuttle buses between the ferry building and fisherman's wharf. and if you're making your way to san francisco from the south bay or the peninsula. caltrain has added extra service for the giants game and saturday there will be 2 extra trains to san francisco. there will also be 2 extra post-game trains departing san francisco 1525
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minutes after the last out or when they're full extra innings or not. that last train will depart san francisco at 12. oh, 05:00am there will be no extra service. after that last train. so plenty of options, if you don't want to take the chance of taking your car and getting stuck in traffic. >> in san francisco. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> and because so many people are expected to come into san francisco for fleet week. the national parks service is telling people to be prepared for parking and traffic restrictions. okay. here's what you need to know. long avenue to marine drive will be closed in order to accommodate parking for people who might need a little extra assistance. all parking at 4 point historic site will be limited to cars with valid disabled person parking placards or license plates and high street lower venice and beech street. they all will be closed.
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>> and some other news. 8 people were arrested. 2 people had to be hospitalized after shots rang out during a brawl outside thursday night san jose earthquakes game at ppl park. police say the incident started inside the stadium when a fan breached the security barricades and jumped onto the field during the match attempting to attack a player. that man was taken into custody and let out of the stadium. but police say he was followed out by a group of fans who than began fighting amongst themselves shortly afterward. shots were then fired hitting 2 people. police don't believe the gun was ever inside the stadium. >> our belief is that that the fire was brought in by a vehicle in the parking lot. and then was utilized in the assault as a police department going sit down with management at the park. >> going to go through their operational plans, go through their security plans and see if their staffing needs are adequate. >> following thursday night's violence. san jose earthquakes postponed their match that was supposed to take place at papal park today until next
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year. >> people who get arrested for taking part in illegal sideshows in our state will get their driver's licenses suspended for up to 6 months. these are some of the recent sideshows in the bay area shared on the citizen app this week. governor newsom signed assembly bill 3, which cracks down on illegal street racing by allowing course to suspend your license if you participate in this, the bill also assigns the first legal definition to what is a sideshow in california statute better equipping law enforcement to take action on dangerous side shows. >> in the east bay. the mother of a teen killed in a shooting in east oakland pleaded with the community in a police video to come together and find out who shot her child 15 year-old shamar young was shot late wednesday night. young was riding in a vehicle when someone opened fire on the car. according to police, she suffered from severe gunshot wounds and died at highland
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hospital. >> she was always pushing to strive for the best. she loves her family a lot love her little brothers. hard to community to know that this. this is senseless and we need to get together and find out who did this and put them where they belong as we don't need people on the street who artist killed for no reason. >> it's heartbreaking. young was the 109th homicide victim in oakland this year alone equaling last year's total oakland police chief leronne armstrong called the shooting a tragedy. coming up here on the cover morning news, a man who tried to get away with fraud. >> now has a 4 year sentence in federal prison. how he tried to get away with it. plus a look at the cultural legacy of latinos in the mission district of san francisco as we continue to celebrate hispanic heritage month.
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says, quote, we recognize the rundown nature of the facility and challenge in the dressing day today. conditions such as peeling paint, cracked floors and overheating rooms all contributes to a feeling of neglect in the school community. the district is working to remedy this through our request for funding from the san francisco board of education. now, this is not the first time this particular school has gotten attention for its poor conditions just 2 years ago we received these pictures from buena vista, horace mann. they show trash everywhere a water leak peeling floor tiles and even some rat droppings on campus. we reached out to the school district at that time. officials responded back then saying the district focuses most on its efforts most most of its efforts on addressing, quote, critical life safety issues. a man who tried to scam the government out of $543,000 was sentenced to 4 years in a federal prison this week 54 year-old massachusetts
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resident, david stave lee is charged with making false claims that he owned for businesses and then applied for the funds under the government's covid paycheck protection program. stably then faked his own suicide to avoid being caught. but he was tracked down by us marshals. he is the first person in the united states to be charged with fraudulently seeking pandemic, business loans. dave, we shake this rain off. we'll see temperatures very modest this afternoon getting to some of the middle 70's. well inland. that's what it looks like and kind of a cool week, at least the early start of it. >> we'll take a look at your extended forecast before. so we come back to kron 4 morning n ws continues.
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>> take a look at this. the first snowfall of the season is here. now a look at that looks christmassy. this video was taken actually yesterday. this is not filed of this. actually yesterday along i 80 and highway 50. we have the elevation is more than 7,000 feet snow storm only fortunately a few hours, but it's still a great site and business owners saying he's relieved because of the previous fires in his area. >> thank god because with the even the fires are contained. there's a small building fires under the trees and stuff in. it's creating a lot of spot
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fires. so we're still homes us smoky air. >> despite a snowy conditions up north. the fire danger is actually about to grow right here in the bay area. we talked about that. yeah. i feel like this is kind of early to get a little bit of snowfall. so we're still in october. >> any snow hope this good snowfall, i guess. and hopefully it will just kind of continue. dave, i know we had some chances of showers here and there. a little bit of sprinkles. but don't know if that's actually going to late here today. no, just a couple little sprinkles all of us look toward the thing we're hoping was those kind of kind of moisten up the ground a little bit and we really didn't get that across the whole bay. it's just near water. we got a little along the peninsula on the coast. >> but that's really about it. and when we get the return flow after it's all said and done. well, we're going to have now a problem of a fire hazard on our hands. now, this is what it looks like along the east bay shoreline. some leftover clouds. you can probably see that a little bit in your neighborhood too. a cool afternoon today, though, it's going to feel almost like a winter day as we look for
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high temperatures struggling to get into the lower 70's. you'll see that in the 4 zone in just a bit. what a run to the winds will quick this afternoon. we'll get that typical on shore flow and then later on they really get kick in here as we go into sunday night into tuesday. this is actually going to be so intense some spots where lisa county and off to the east. we'll see a high wind warning potentially as a watch right now. but it might be a warning. but later later also we're getting off our weather watch concerns that may be upgraded later on to red flag warning temperature check right now. a lot of 40's up to the north bay 50's over much of the rest of geography that we have even inland into the lower 50's at that. now looking at futurecast for here is kind of the leftover sprinkles. you can see a little bit around monterey bay, but it really opens up very nicely. well before noon today. so just about all the day you're looking at basically mostly sunny, but temperature wise a little bit for you because it's going to be a bit on the cool side. let's go now. macro look at the long-range forecast here, middle of the week. it's kind of interesting is the new front drop. south. maybe the hopes of getting some light
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rain showers from that. but that's going to re emphasize the cooling trend that you'll feel a big difference with another drop midweek and then warming up towards the end of the week with the out a new system towards the end of the weekend. these things are getting close to hopefully the models start flipping more in our direction highs today, though, in the 4 zone forecast 69 for san francisco will do the mid 60's along the coast. meanwhile, peninsula bay side lower 70's heading down south. starts to get into some of the middle 70's in spots. but palo alto at 70 73 coming in from redwood city in the south bay. we're still scratched struggling to get the lower 70's at work here. 72 los gatos morgan hill about 7470% of clara east bay shoreline to the south. also lower 70's. we're getting a lot of uniformity with our climate. we tend to get out of the winter months. what we're 70's cover tri valley and up to the north. 75 contra, costa county and also conquered 68 for berkeley. also vallejo at a chilly 6474 fairfield, 71 for nap. and we're looking at 74
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santa rosa in the seven-day forecast. look at the temperatures bouncing around here. another little big sling happens on tuesday down to 70 with the recovery towards the end of the week. they'll be that other system, the lookout for. so potentially maybe picking up a couple little sprinkles or so on wednesday thursday's only some cloud tops there and inland. we're looking at temperatures in the 40's dropping for lows by midweek. noel, thanks, dave. >> if you get the chance to take an alaskan cruise, you might be able to spot some killer whales, a tour boat caught a pod of killer whales, putting on a showlcheck this out. breaching over and over. >> possibly gestures to communicate with the rest of the pod. look at this. these are called transients killer whales that prefer the pacific's deep water canyons for hunting. maybe they were happy because they spotted some knows but they were definitely putting on a show up there. look at that. how powerful creatures there.
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>> here at kron 4. we are celebrating hispanic heritage month the latino experience in san francisco dates back to the gold rush. they do. and today latinos have laid down their roots in the mission district. kron four's camila barco has more on the cultural legacy and community of latinos in the city. >> the mission district cultural legacy blossoms in murals along the city streets like won on the cs painting. let's roll sus, which means for the roses flowering happened during the 1980's. when i was painting this in the 1980's political turmoil growth central americans to the united states. many, we've got our when system of u.s. and on the daniels came. >> during the and made their homes in san francisco, but not the nose inhabited. the mission district. >> long before that the area was historically an irish community after world war 2
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irish president's resettled in newly built homes. >> in the sunset district. and so what we see taking place in the mission, district them. >> is the people who are of irish descent. >> to the avenue use. this is carlos kind >> a retired professor from san francisco state university he says by the 50's, the mission transitioned into a latino neighborhood. they create a restaurants. they created businesses. institutions flourished in the 1970's. local groups. it's tab lish. the mexican museum got idea and the mission cultural center. it's the largest latino cultural center in the country. >> so 4 floors, great a great events that were taking place during that time and good team you do is they in time. the civil wars forced people to flee central america and by the 80's. >> the mission's latino population was booming and the mission becomes what i would
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say the springboard. >> for many. people who come to the city come to california. and from there eventually moved to other communities located on 24th street murals like kind of paint the cultural political and social let you know, experience i support trade a mexican folk tale in her painting like you whose children are sacrificed to the water. but in. >> more contemporary terms, reviving that by 1999 24th street coined the name guy. i think the to reinforce and promote the corridors heritage uses a sense of pride and identity. >> looking at it as the hub for the latino community in the city over the years. thousands of have left the mission district because of gentrification. >> but the elements of the culture are still on the walls, the businesses and the people in the mission district camila barco kron 4 news.
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>> we have an entire section on our web site dedicated to hispanic heritage. all you have to do is scan the qr code on your screen and you will be taken directly to that page. we'll be right back.
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>> well, with that is the first ever presidential proclamation of indigenous peoples day. president biden wrote the indigenous people's resilience strength and positive impact on society is being recognized. also issued a proclamation of columbus day on monday. october 11th, which congress did establish she praised the role of italian americans in society but also referenced the violence and harm columbus and other explorers brought on the americas. >> many people have a difficult time buying a christmas tree this year. costco another popular christmas tree retailers all expected to have fewer trees this year for all of obviously want to celebrate the holidays. the shortage will affect both live and fake trees. with extreme weather and drought hurting live tree farms and challenges from the ongoing pandemic resulting in fewer people being able to churn out those plastic shortages, those plastic trees, i should say. still
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ahead on the next hour, the kron 00:00am morning news, the giants are moving into again to know that i tell you, they won last lights. >> from last night's great game against the dodgers. fleet week kicks off day 2 of their air show the best places to watch them and traffic restrictions that you need to know. >> the lifting its indoor mask mandate next week. why some residents say they support the decision to stick with us. copper morning news continues after the break. when you take a stain drug to reduce cholesterol, it can also deplete your coq10 levels. qunol can help restore this important heart health nutrient.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at >> joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow and i'm will tran. happy. happy day in the bay giants course because they're making us very happy. most of us there. most of us, most of us in person like me. i've >> little bit of dodger blood going on from los is a little bit of a heartbreaker last night but tonight there's going to be another game. folks are going to be out at oracle park. it's likely going to be a little chilly. so want to bring a jacket according to dave spahr. >> yeah, good morning, guys. good morning, everybody. we're talking about those temperatures that could be on the cool side, particularly at the ballpark as well that time late in the day we've already
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had our high that reach to that point. so it's going to be a best lower 60's falling back in the 50's for much of the game as a day where the evening starts to approach and maybe some scattered patchy fog too. first things first, though, we still have some leftover rain a little bit around the peninsula, but elsewhere. you can see things opening up nicely that sets us up for a sunny day for today. but don't let all that sun for you because it will be on the cool side. we're starting off with the typical 50's around the east bay and along the east bay shoreline to up to the north bay. it's into the 40's some nothing earth shattering there. but some leftover sprinkles that we talked about mostly along the central coast. now that's migrating and down to the south. the other thing is when this is all said and done despite the getting this moisture really help us out much because we do have a fire weather watch covering a good chunk of the east bay and some of the higher elevations up in the north bay solano county, by the way, also has a high wind watch that may be upgraded to a warning later on. in addition to having that fire weather watch was well.
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so look ahead for today. this is it 64 by high noon to 3 o'clock. 71 even well. inland will get a little bit of a bounce tomorrow in terms of those temperatures inland. but don't expect the lots were shifting more into a winter like type pattern. more details coming up that well, david's class of the titans at oracle park giants dodgers. >> look, i accidentally war so much. orange this morning at how accidentally wore blue nail. yeah. >> see what will game one of this series now in the books. giants, of course, taking a w against the dodoers. a longtime rivals finally facing off giants. it was shut out game. they won 4 to nothing still plenty of baseball got a game tonight. kron four's kylen mills has the highlights from last night's games. also going to tell us what to expect going into tonight. the l a. good morning and what a morning it is for giants fans. last night. the giants dodgers rivalry taken to new heights.
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let's go straight to oracle park for game one of the national league division series. what an environment was the orange and black out in full force. this is the first time these 2 teams have ever met in the postseason starter. logan webb for the giants impressive throughout this game top the first, no score. >> dodgers threatening early with a runner at 3rd. but webb is hit by a justin turner ground ball. he gets it to first escape avoids an early score. bottom of the frame buster posey gets the green light on 3 unknown. he rockets one opposite way to right. >> it is gone for a 2 run bomb bounces into the water. cove. the giants taken early 2, nothing lead top of the 4th one on for turner up to bat again grounds one up the middle again fielded by tommy a fancy flick to brandon crawford. he gets it over to first for the double play. when is paul what a great turn by lastella in crawford top of the 5th dodgers with a runner
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on wet strikes out aj pollack to end the inning web gaining confidence as this game went on very next inning let's get straight turner down on strikes a 24 year old threw seven-plus innings of shutout ball and struck out 10 bottom of the 7th kris bryant crush. is this one high and deep to left center. hear bryant is back. walker buehler, not a happy camper. brian solo home run extends the giants lead to 3. this is webb went out to pitch the top of the 8 owners had a 1, 2, 3 inning, but mookie betts single and ultimately end his night cap were coming out to make the change in weather gets a nice standing ovation from the crowd. what a game he had his first ever mlb playoff appearance. very impressive incomes tyler rogers with his signature submarines throw. check this out. he gets corey seager to ground out to second. that will end the inning web. i love these shots
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of him in the dugout he is digging it, of course, spot in the 8th giants leading 3 zip crawford drills. this one to center, no doubt about it. 5 by baby giants. get those insurance runs once again, loving it. top of the 9th the wall in to close it out. he's gets will smith to pop ups. who's going to catch it. shines fans holding their breath. it's and donovan solano comes in to take the catch and that'll do it giants take game one and shut out the dodgers. 2 nothing. here's manager gabe kepler after the game on the impressive performance of the youngster. steve logan west into 3rd. >> i think the demeanor and the really stood out tonight. i the dribbler that he wasn't able to execute on in the 4th. at times in the passes kind of. frustrate him and visibly frustrated him. and tonight you can just see him turn the
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page in his mind and get back to executing pitches in the zone. but for me it was it was definitely curse us composure was the demeanor was the >> big stage. you know, incredible atmosphere and whether you just kind of channel all of that and his performance tonight. >> game 2 of the nlds coming up tonight at 6. '07. all be out there and kron 4 will be bringing you all of the action. kevin gausman on the mound for the giants. it should be a fun one. you guys, back to you. you can, of course, stay up to date with kron 4 on the go. we've got continuing coverage of the giants postseason just scan the qr code that you see on your screen there will take you straight to our special section of our website. >> for more on the giants run in the playoffs, including information on tickets. the schedule of the division series broadcast. it's all there at kron. 4 dot com. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news marin county is lifting its indoor mask mandate. a lot of people are
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up for it. they say everyone in the community has been doing their part to combat covid-19. >> plus right after the break. fleet week, of course, back in san francisco. why people in the city say they're excited. it's back in town and we'll tell you all about the traffic nightmares in how you can negotiate getting around san francisco tell you all about that right after the commercial break.
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>> welcome back. 8. '09, on this saturday thousands of
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people spent the afternoon at marina green watching the blue angels show off their best spends flips and dips. the event, of course, was canceled last year due to covid the kron four's. amanda hari has more on this year's return. >> this is my first time seeing the blue angels air show. and it was, of course, very, very loud. i almost needed some ear protection. but it was also very impressive. and i now understand why so many people here told me they were excited to get to do this again. >> it's a sound synonymous with a 1000 people watched as the u.s. navy blue angels flight demonstration squadron perform tricks in the sky. >> including the thompson family. >> i mean, are you excited to be here. >> yeah, me that thompson is just 2 and a half. this is the second time her parents brought her to the show. she was here in 2019 airplanes. so if i if i'm for to see all the
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different types the thompsons weren't the only family enjoying the plane's left. they says she tries to come every year. this year. my husband had to work. >> and i got up and i call my dad. the dad get ready, you're going on a date with me to san francisco. they drove from the geyserville area just watch the show and spend time together. it was really special because my dad is a veteran of the army. >> and he's never been her dad. you told me being here reminds him of his time in the military, but they do art. hey says her favorite part is usually the planes. but this year it's something actually enjoying just being my father. it's really nice. >> most of the people i spoke to said they felt safe from covid-19 at this event because it was outside the air was flowing and they were able to socially distance in san francisco. amanda hari kron 4 news. >> you don't have to go into san francisco and here's why
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we got your back. because we are going to air the blue angels right here on kron 4. it's called the blue angels. live in the fun starts at 2 o'clock this afternoon. kron four's ken wayne will be hosting the show. and my partner in crime noel. they're doing some reports. i will be there >> i think it can be pretty nice out yeah. but amanda should continue to wear her going to be quite chilly still going on highs. today. we're looking at what temperature 64 by high noon, ok in the afternoon we get the highs lower 70's and that's well inland. so look at your forecast. we come around the bend. the kron 4 morning news continues.
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>> 15 on the dock here on this saturday morning. the sun is up. we've got a little bit of cloud cover think, but like no fog sticking around at the golden gate bridge, which is nice. it feels like fall. was trying to tell everybody to bundle up, especially if you went to the giants fleet week and all that. it feels like fall and i live in london. dave and i was like. >> i used to 90's. haha. yeah. well for you. it's going to feel like winter than cool. this week will be actually grazing into some of the upper 60's a little bit over the next 7 days. but yes, we're going to a more of a fall-like pattern, although some of the cif this rain would pick up a little bit more. that's a little unusual for us in october, a couple little sprinkles there, but not
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enough for them to moisten up the ground level like we wanted there go. we have a little problem as we get into the end of the weekend and early next week as those winds start to shift on us and we start to cool more off shore. here's what we've got going on right some scattered clouds leftover around the bay just a touch. here's the east bay shoreline. all lit up. the rain is really well off to the west and south of that. again, just grazing the peninsula little bit before it heads on out to sea. there's the golden gate for you off towards the distance. meanwhile, our temperature check lower 50's to middle 50's for most of the east bay. that's pretty typical this time of day and 40's up to the north bay. but later on today we're just going to be that much warming going on winds right now single digits to calm. we'll see that pick up a little bit this afternoon. so here's what happens in future cast for kind like some unfinished business, if you will, a couple little showers overnight and some sprinkles remain pretty much offshore. but for us will be left with sunny skies sort of feel pretty nice and warm yet a little breeze or if you're in the shade or anything. boy, it's going to feel big
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difference, though, however. so a little bit of onshore. wind will get this afternoon that somewhat typical because we don't have a higher. anything kind of interfering with that. then tomorrow. here comes the problem. the winds pick up late in the day. it's a northwesterly flow and on shore a touch. but then up here in some of the pockets of starts to become more offshore. one of the north a little bit. that's what poses the problem that because this rig the system didn't bring much rain with it. we're just left with the return winds to get a lot of rain and so forth. this is not an issue. we haven't had that a few early sprinkles south and west basically mostly sunny and mild today with 70's the game plan that again as well. inland, they tomorrow they'll be a little bump in temperatures as we get near about 80 happening in some of those inland spots and also it will house. then later on for this week we've got mostly sunny and mild 70's and then will return to some 80's late in the week. but another drop happens midweek there. so some inland spots may drop even around 70 or so. 69 san francisco today, 71 oakland 70. meanwhile, for san jose. the wider perspective for you got the middle 70's to the far
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east bay little bit up to the north bay as well. of course, we'll get into that in the 4 zone forecast and check into that extended well, will. >> dave in the north. a marine county will try to lift indoor masks rules for certain settings starting this coming friday. it applies to gyms offices. college classes religious gatherings. but if you want to ditch the mask, you need to be fully vaccinated. kron four's gayle ong has details. >> starting october 15. if you go to an indoor gym in marion county you made it to the math. if you are fully vaccinated something nancy menorah's is looking forward to every time i do. the move may. it's really uncomfortable. and there's just like this press coming back at mean sometimes i'm just like, oh, my gosh. like today. i realize i need to do a detox because my breath was just coming back in tip from the mask. so i'm just over it. and over the mask, marin county public health officials announced the easing of the mask mandate on friday. other indoor settings like offices, college classes and religious gatherings are also exempt from the mask mandate county
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doctor matthew willis says that thanks to high vaccinations. >> we also have to decide based approach towards lifting restrictions when they're no longer you know, we have a vision of a future with low case counts. no hospitalization rates, high vaccination rates for people are not getting to cover their faces as much. and so towards that end, we're beginning to peel back restrictions in valley residents support the new rule and proud to live in a county that had an outstanding mask mandate. >> and that has been responsible about handling this and i hate wearing mask. so i'm delighted that we've done a good enough job getting vaccinated with a few exceptions that we can afford to take these now saw everybody doing their best. i think i am happy to see that moran is way up there. >> in being vaccinated because and we feel safer when we do take our and we're all sick of wearing masks. we >> but changes are headed doctor willis says there is
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still more work to be done. in criteria are basically going to be tied. the case rates hospitalizations in vaccination >> and we need to be less than an ran. the numbers translate to less than 18 cases per day on average for a 3 week period. >> and marin county continues to meet the criteria. the mask mandate could be ease for additional indoor settings in mid november reporting from mill valley. gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> independent advisers to the cdc meeting to address covid vaccine booster shots as well as vaccines for kids. first. they will meet on october 20th to talk about booster shots for the moderna and johnson and johnson vaccines. then the following month on november second. they will discuss pfizer's application for emergency use authorization for its vaccine for kids between 5.11 years old. this means the vaccine will not be approved for kids that age in till after halloween, which is a big day for kids
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>> while the controversy over the vaccine mandate in the city of los angeles. now includes hundreds of employees of the la fire department that's happening all over the place. we saw san jose seattle, they're dealing with it. 800 firefighters filed a lawsuit in an effort to stop the order that they that says they have to be vaccinated or they will be fired. sandra mitchell has the details. >> city firefighter sounding a new alarm to give you i can't go to work perform the way they want me to knowing that you can game is really going to fire me and ray bill kerr and 870 others city firefighters today through their attorney filed a notice of intent to sue the city of l a the city has warned firefighters get the covid vaccine by october 20th or be sent home without pay. well, that's just uncalled for will be in court in 10 days. the 871 firefighters are seeking 2 million dollars each.
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>> they believe the controversy could end their careers damage or going into meltdown right now it's devastating to see what these families are going marriages are in jeopardy. >> livelihoods are in jeopardy. some of the firefighters we spoke with say they've already had covid. they believe they have antibodies. >> others are afraid of adverse reactions. well, today the city attorney reacted to the legal action saying the u.s. supreme court in courts across the country have upheld vaccine mandates. i'm confident we will prevail. firefighters say this is not just about a vaccine. it's about due process and personal rights, a position that push this veteran firefighter. >> 2 tiers. it breaks my >> i came to do with crew. >> that was sandra mitchell reporting for us. san jose of firefighters and police unions have also pushed back on
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covid-19 vaccine mandates, as you mentioned. so this is definitely something going on all across the state. seattle police officers, too. so yeah, a lot of firefighters and police officers is not pushing back. and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news cruises are coming back to san francisco. why the city says the return. >> is vital to the overall bay area con. qunol turmeric supports healthy joints and inflammation response. unlike regular turmeric, qunol's superior absorption helps you get the full benefits of turmeric. qunol the better turmeric.
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>> welcome back. another sign that life is slowly getting
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back to normal right here in the bay area. cruise ships will return to the port of san francisco. the first cruise ship, the majestic princess is set to come here and a couple of days from now on monday. now per cdc guidelines. all crew members and passengers will have to be fully vaccinated. the ceo of san francisco's convention and visitors bureau says cruise ships are vital to the city's economy. >> it's great to have whose passengers walking restaurants and retail and really street is it's a very positive step forward for it's been 18 months since the last cruise ship. i was in is going back circumstance and didn't turn out well with that with the beginning of the pandemic. >> yeah. you have people arriving and they can't wait to spend port officials are expecting 21 cruise ships to pass under the golden gate bridge through the end of this year. so just a couple of months, you have all those cruise ships coming into town. 127 ships next year, which would be a record. the latest
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jobs report shows growth slowed to its weakest pace of the year. employers added just 194,000 jobs last month. unfortunately, that's down 366,000 from august and far below the increase of 1 million back in july. that was before. however, the delta variant lead to an increase in covid-19 cases hospitalizations and deaths. and that really slow down the economy. still president joe biden says the country is headed in the right direction. >> today's report as the unemployment rate down to 4.8%, a significant improvement from when i took office in a sign that our recovery is moving forward even in the face of the covid pandemic. >> in the meantime, average earning rose $0.19 an hour in september and up more than a dollar over an hour since last year. so green forcing with president biden say. >> governor isn't meanwhile, is weighing in on elon musk's plans to move tesla's headquarters out of palo alto
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and austin, texas. newsom says he's been friends us for 20 years and appreciates his quote, entrepreneurial spirit. newsom did add, though california is going to continue to invest in the development and production of electric vehicles. he even suggested there wouldn't be a tesla without california. >> it would be interesting to get the facts on how much california's invested in tesla. no other. i mean. hundreds of millions of dollars in tax subsidies. we provide that comfort. our regulatory environment helped create that company and grow that company. >> musk didn't say when the move would be happening. but he did say he plans to boost the company's output at its fremont factory by as much as 50%. so i guess we'll just have to wait and see. >> stay with us. gaap for morning news continues after morning news continues after the break. ♪ ♪
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>> forecast for little cool and people are going jackets if they're going oracle park later tonight. i thought there's halloween ties. what i was thinking of there. call it that from now. halloween, this game something that a town or to tom. no matter what. good morning, guys. good morning, yes, it will be pretty nice day for today. but a bit on the cool side still so. >> watch out there a little bit as temperatures struggle to reach the lower 70's and that will be well inland. we have going on. >> but again, mostly sunny is what we expect going on. here's a nice little picture to get you started here of half moon bay. we actually see the sun out here with some scattered clouds. it's almost like kind of like winter rain clouds almost. meanwhile, the u.s. pretzels i was talking about is off to the coast and down to monterey bay itself. we're looking at mostly 50's across 2 thirds of the some 40's up to the north bay. so that's not too shocking. but we're just not going to warm up much this afternoon. we have a fire weather. watch. that's that bright yellows
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that you can see got going on there and that kicks in late on sunday and that we will be with us till tuesday evening. meanwhile, there's a high wind watch for solano county. also fire weather watch tube, high wind watch and that may go up to a high wind warning later on again, solano county that kicks in tomorrow and will be with us till tuesday morning. giants to battle was with dodgers at 6. '07, game time. will be struggling in the 60's there a little bit. a few scattered clouds. cool breeze will come with it. meanwhile, 65 at high noon 3 o'clock. 70. what look at temperatures to get a little cooler by midweek. but then back to the lower 80's towards the end. i have a look at your 4 zone forecast and that extended to them. >> that was in santa rosa where ceremony took place to honor the memory of those lost in the 2017 north bay
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wildfires friday marked the four-year anniversary of the day. the fires began, the santa rosa fire departments honor guard rain. a ceremonial bell 24 times. each time for the 24 people who were killed. >> san francisco police arrested 2 people thursday night at the mission high school and balboa high school game at keys are stadium. they say the suspect tried to hide guns in the bathroom before they were caught. police say both suspects are from san francisco, one of them is in a gang. in the south bay 8 people. they were arrested and 2 others were sent to hospitals following a brawl and shooting outside pay pal in san jose on thursday night. >> this incident took place during a san jose earthquakes soccer match kron forcefully to call explains exactly what happened. >> punches thrown and shots fired hawaii thursday night outside petco park in san jose
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ends with 8 people arrested following a chaotic brawl between soccer fans during the altercation one individual was shot with a grazing from a fire that was discharged in the crowds. a crowd of more than 30 fans who broke out into fights in the stadium parking lot. >> police say the incident started inside the stadium just before 10 30 at night. the people involved in the fights. at one point it ended the soccer match between the san jose earthquakes and cruz early in the fan had jumped over one of the barriers and run onto the field and attempted to assault one of the players. >> that individual was arrested as that man was being removed from the stadium. officer steve says he was followed out by a group of fans. the group that spared police recovered a gun in the parking lot. the one believed to have been used in the shooting. investigators say the weapon likely never made it into the stadium. our belief is that that the fire was brought in by a vehicle in the parking lot. and then was
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utilized in the assault 2 people were hospitalized with non life threatening injuries. including the person who was shot going forward. one of the taker is obviously. >> as a police department going sit down with management. the park going to go through their operational plans, go through their security plans and see if their staffing needs are adequate for events such as these 45 officers were called in to control the situation in san jose filipe de gaulle kron 4 news. >> okay. because of what happened due to the incidents that transpired. the san jose earthquakes. they released the following statement regarding a soccer match that was supwosed to take place today with 2 different teams. it reads in quiet. here it is. he reads, quote due to the incidents that transpired thursday night at pay pal. the san jose earthquakes. well, they have decided to postpone the friendly match between both teams and they were. that was scheduled for on saturday
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near today. the match will be pushed back until early next year. the safety and security of all guests at pay pal is and will remain the club's top priority and that's the end of the product. >> raiders head coach jon gruden in damage control mode right now because of a racist e-mail he sent back in 2011 that's now come to light. at the time he was working as a commentator at espn in the email. gruden was complaining about the head of the nfl's players association demaurice smith gruden made a racist comment about smith's appearance. gruden told espn he cannot recall the e-mail while adding he doesn't quote, have a racial bone in his body and he's ashamed embarrassed and quote, never meant it to sound that bad raiders owner mark davis said this in a statement friday afternoon meanwhile, quote, the content of an email regarding demaurice smith, the from jon gruden when he worked for espn 10 years ago is disturbing and not with the raiders stand
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for. we were first made aware of the e-mail late thursday by a reporter and we're reviewing it along with other materials provided to us on friday by the nfl. they continue to say we're addressing the matter with coach gruden. we'll have and will have no further comment at this time. well. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news right after the commercial break. we'll tell you what the coast guard is doing and more information coming from them about an oil spill in south carolina. why they say the damage to the fight happened earlier and day
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>> in orange county. new concern along the coast. the devastating oil spill is now affecting to southern california counties. that's right. meantime, a new development in the investigation. the coast guard revealing they're confident damage to the underground. pipe actually occurred within the last year leading to the oil spill. chip yost has the very latest. >> i'm highly confident. i'm convinced that this was initially the initial event that deflected the pipe itself was an anchor strike revealing new information about the oil spill caused by a ruptured pipeline off the orange county coast. the chief of office of investigations and analysis for the u.s. coast guard said it appears an anchor from a large ship struck the pipeline in dragged it more than 100 feet. however, he also said
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based on some of the marine growth seen here on the damaged section of pipeline. they think that initial anchor strike may have happened long before anybody realized there was a you know that the concrete casing around this pipeline. >> would have been in place there would've been no we assume there would be no growth on the pipeline prior to the anchor strike. so after that initial anchor strike that would have deflected the pipe and cracked away the concrete casing is our theory. then the opportunity for marine growth was started and we can see that marine growth on the exposed section of pipe at this time. >> the captain said that 13 inch slit that the oil leak. trump also may have taken a long time to open up that can that kind of fracture. we've seen other incidents can happen either from altogether or can be a very a gradual. >> crack that could be that could have been in place for a long time and just getting worse over time. so with that in mind here that the amount of oil it. some people it's
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not clear exactly when the oil began to leak from that. >> that was chip yost reporting for us. dave. >> look at the forecast going on in the ballpark for later today. we've got some scattered clouds redeveloping here and temperatures will try the upper 50's. that's right. where jacket definitely that or a sweater. whatever works. we're back in a bit. the kron 00:00am morning news.
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>> it's starting to look a lot like it's the first snowfall of the season. it is year and this is video taken yesterday along i 80 and highway 50 where the elevation is more than 7,000 feet. the snow storm only lasted a few hours but better than nothing right now. and its welcoming sight. business owners say he's relieved because they need the snow storm because of all the fires in that area. >> thank god because with the even the fires are contained. there's a small fires under the trees and stuff in. it's creating a lot of spot fires. so we're still homes us smoky air. >> okay. so despite the snowy conditions up there. the fire danger is actually about to grow here in the bay area. now al dave, i'm going to go right now i'm going to take off to costco whether selling trees after seeing that i give history. i mean, like we just
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said, though, that there is a little bit of fire danger going on in the bay starting tomorrow, i believe davis that writers and starting tomorrow night. i and you said 7,000 feet there will have years. is that just curious on the meters. i have no think 2900 answer all you go. thanks, dave. just want to get everybody covered. >> class. got the imperial system come together. there you go. hey, how about this? this is a this is the falls up there to yosemite national park and city snow going up in this vantage point. but. >> at least give you a kind of glimpse of what's going on in the mountains. meanwhile, want to get to those winds because we were talking about a fire come problem here. we do see them on shore a little bit this afternoon. that's not the real problem, though. the issue starts to develop tomorrow afternoon evening. there you see the winds kicking up words now from the vantage point to the west, you get a good north westerly wind a little bit on shore around the peninsula but inland. it gets a little more problematic as it will be dry and coming in more from the northwest. so
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that could be problematic on that front there go. we have a fire weather watch sunday night through tuesday evening. this covers the higher elevations up in the north bay. also in the east bay over the east bay hills. mind. you now solano county has both. that has that fire weather watch, which may be upgraded later on to a red flag warning and also has a wind watch that doesn't last quite as long. but also could be an issue as well. not maybe upgrade tool. a high wind warning later 50's cover most of the geography. for now, we have some 40's hanging on up in the north, 44 for santa rosa. and we're not going to warm up too much in the wake of these light rain showers which you can see pretty much clearing our area before noon as we go back to the mostly sunny sky conditions for the balance of this afternoon. so even though we're going to see a lot of sun going on today's win. not going to feel like it so much because temperatures will still be in most cases below 70 no going longer-range out another front drops south and another one. this guy will change our temperatures by midweek. it does technically
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have that risk of a shower and we're continue to see these flow patterns coming in from the northwest. so that's good news on that front. hopefully we'll get something out of this over the next week or so. a look at your 4 zone forecast coming up for the saturday. 69 for san francisco. but again, that's our peak. mid 60's covering the coast. but on the bay side, yes, some lower 70's up to the north and middle to lower 70's down south even 73 redwood city 70 for palo alto. it doesn't warm up much to the south, 70 coming in for cupertino and also san jose 74 for morgan hill, east bay shoreline to the south and the lower 70's tri valley only in the lower 70's, of course, will be some winds working here, too, as will be tomorrow, 75 for a walnut creek and also conquered 68 for berkeley. 64 of allay 74 for fairfield, 71 for napa and 74 for santa rosa. so with all the traffic going on to the pacific. yes, we do warm up a little bit. we get slapped back down again tuesday into wednesday as you will notice here. back to around 70 a minor warm-up to finish off
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the week to get in and near about 80 or so come friday. again, hoping might be able to scrounge up a couple raindrops wednesday thursday. so we'll know. well. >> here at kron 4. we are celebrating hispanic heritage month to let you know experience in san francisco, believe it or not, dates all the way back to the gold rush. >> and today latinos have laid down their roots in the mission district kron four's. camila barco has more on the cultural legacy and community of latinos in the city. >> the mission district cultural legacy blossoms in murals along the city streets like won on the cs painting. let's roll sus, which means for the roses flowering happened during the 1980's. when i was painting this in the 1980's political turmoil growth central americans to the united states. many, we've got our when system of u.s. and on the daniels came. >> during the and made their homes in san francisco, but not the nose inhabited. the
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mission district. >> long before that the area was historically an irish community after world war 2 irish president's resettled in newly built homes. >> in the sunset district. and so what we see taking place in the mission, district them. >> is the people who are of irish descent. >> to the avenue use. this is carlos kind >> a retired professor from san francisco state he says by the 50's, the mission transitioned into a latino neighborhood the creative restaurants. they created businesses. institutions flourished in the 1970's. local groups. it's tab lish. the mexican museum got idea and the mission cultural center. it's the largest latino cultural center in the country. >> so 4 floors, great a great events that were taking place during that time and good team yru do is they in time the civil wars forced people to
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flee central america and by the 80's. >> the mission's latino population was booming and the mission becomes what i would say the springboard. >> for many. people who come to the city come to california. and from there eventually moved to other communities located on 24th street murals like kind of paint the cultural political and social let you know, experience i rate a mexican folk tale in her painting like your whose children are sacrificed to the water. but in. >> more contemporary terms, reviving that by 1999 24th street coined the name guy. think the to reinforce and promote the corridors latino heritage uses a sense of pride and identity. >> looking at it as the hub for the latino community in the city over the years. thousands of have left the mission district because of gentrification. >> but the elements of the culture are still on the
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walls, the businesses and the people in the mission district camila barco kron 4 news. >> we have an entire section on our web site dedicated to hispanic heritage hall. you have to do is scan the qr code on your screen and it will take you directly to that page. and if you like tha story, you can get watch it again. we'll be right back. some days, you just don't have it.
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>> the first ever presidential proclamation of indigenous peoples day. the day is going to be observed this monday. october 11th that will coincide with columbus day. president biden wrote with this proclamation, the indigenous people's resilience strength and positive impact on society is being recognized. he did praise the role of italian americans in our society. but he also referenced the violence and harm columbus and other explorers brought on the americas. >> this is a nightmare before christmas yeah. ickes. if you're looking to buy a christmas tree. don't wait around try to jump on it early as possible because here's the reason costco and other popular christmas tree retailers are all expected to have fewer trees on hand this year. the shortage will affect both live and fake trees with extreme weather and drought
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hurting tree farm. so that's for the live trees, right. and then with pandemic going on, they can produce those fake plastic trees. so you have a shortage on that end as well. yeah. ix still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news the giants they are getting ready for game 2 will show you the highlights from last night's win. >> against the dodgers. >> plus, fleet week kicking off day 2 of the air show the best places to watch them. we've got traffic restrictions. you should know about as well. so stick with us for all that >> also marin county is lifting its indoor mask mandate next week. why some people say thanks ashley support that decision. stay with us. the couple morning news at the top of the 9 qunol turmeric supports healthy joints
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 9. >> good saturday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow. and i'm will tran 9 hours away from first pitch. yeah. as the giants like to go against. >> your dodgers, haha. but there's also fleet week happening today. it's a very, very busy weekend here in san francisco bay area and they've kind of cooked up a nice little forecast for us. it's absolutely beautiful over the golden gate bridge. dave sparking a little bit more detail on what you need to wear if you're headed to well, nora and noel and well, good morning. good morning,
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everybody. and that we have, you know, the sprinkles and so forth. pretty much happened overnight. so we're left with clearing skies going on. the only thing is temps will be a bit on the cool side. it's going to feel the like or almost winter, like is what it looks like. >> looking into your weekend. a little warmer expected, though, tomorrow. here's a live shot coming in of the east bay shoreline. there you see the sun starting to fill up the hills a little bit in the foreground. meanwhile, here's half moon bay looking pretty good at that. no morning fog in the morning. cloud cover that batch of rain pretty much heading south. most of geography is looking at 50's. couple little lower 60's along the east bay shoreline 50's now up north. but don't expect much warming beyond that. the flow pattern we're really concerned about is in the return flow pattern of this low that moved through is going to be that offshore wind variety that gets into tomorrow night through the early part of the week that we see kind of the bright yellows going on there. well, that is high. the wind watch that's in place. but that's the fire weather. watch the high wind watch. is that the more kind of great out little color
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there for solano county that may be upgraded as well. we're looking for a red flag warning for the watch area and then a high wind warning for the light. a lighter colored area 67 at 1 o'clock by 4 72 and that's the best we're going to muster. now. we do see a minor warm up briefly into tomorrow. get slapped back down again for tuesday. wednesday with the warm up towards the end of the week. morning forecast coming up in just a bit. well, dave, i hope it will be raining tonight. reigning home runs at oracle as the giants. they are getting ready and sure the waking up right now stretching. >> they want that w against the dodgers safer to ollie. that will be a great stranglehold against the dodgers. while the longtime rivals, they're finally facing off here in this series. the giants did take home taking home last night in a shut out game 4 to 0 against dodgers. but there's still plenty of baseball left to play. don't start celebrating just yet. well. >> kron four's kylen mills has the highlights from last night's games. also telling us what to expect going into tonight's game. good morning. and what a morning it is for
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giants fans. last night. the giants dodgers rivalry taken to new heights let's go straight to oracle park for game one of the national league division series. what an environment was the orange and black out in full force. this is the first time these 2 teams have ever met in the postseason starter. logan webb for the giants impressive throughout this game top the first, no score. >> dodgers threatening early with a runner at 3rd. but webb is hit by a justin turner ground ball. he gets it to first escape avoids an early score. bottom of the frame buster posey gets the green light on 3 unknown. he rockets one opposite way to right. >> it is gone for a 2 run bomb bounces into the water. mccovey cove. the giants taken early 2, nothing lead top of the 4th one on for turner up to bat again grounds one up the middle again fielded by tommy a fancy flick to brandon crawford. he gets it over to first for the double play. when is paul what a great turn
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by lastella in crawford top of the 5th dodgers with a runner on wet strikes out aj pollack to end the inning web gaining confidence as this game went on very next inning get straight turner down on strikes a 24 year old threw seven-plus innings of shutout ball and struck out 10 bottom of the 7th kris bryant crush. is this one high and deep to left center. hear bryant is back. walker buehler, not a happy camper. brian solo home run extends the giants lead to 3 says webb went out to pitch the top of the 8 owners had a 1, 2, 3 inning, but mookie betts single and ultimately end his night cap were coming out to make the change and west gets a nice standing ovation from the crowd. what a game he had his first ever mlb playoff appearance. very impressive incomes tyler rogers with his signature submarines throw. check this out. he gets corey seager to ground out to second. that
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will end the inning web. i love these shots of him in the dugout he is digging it, of course, spot in the 8th giants leading 3 zip crawford drills. this one to center. no doubt about it. 5 by baby giants. get those insurance runs once again, loving it. top of the 9th in the low to wall into close it out. he's gets will smith to pop ups. who's going to catch it shines fans holding their breath. it's and donovan solano comes in to take the catch and that'll do it giants take game one and shut out the dodgers. 2 nothing. here's manager gabe kepler after the game on the impressive performance of the youngster. steve logan west into 3rd. >> i think the demeanor and the really stood out tonight. i the dribble or that he wasn't able to execute on in the 4th. at times in the passes kind of. frustrated him and visibly frustrated him.
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and tonight you can just see him turn the page in his mind and get back to executing pitches in the zone. but for me it was it was definitely composure was the demeanor was the >> big stage. you know, incredible atmosphere and whether you just kind of channel all of that and his performance tonight. >> game 2 of the nlds coming up tonight at 6. '07. all be out there and kron 4 will be bringing you all of the action. kevin gausman on the mound for the giants. it should be a fun one. you guys, back to you. >> you know, it's sports. you see a lot of smack talking. governor newsome no different. he is not immune to that nor is senator alex padilla. they actually had a that going into last night's game. and alex padilla, the senator from san fernando valley. he lost. so here's how it's going to play out newsome bet that the giants would win against the dodgers. they bet that loser
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will have to join the winning team's grounds crew raking the infield and mowing the grass. all while raising money for a good cause. newsom's charity is sorts to plow shares a nonprofit organization that provides health care to thousands of bay area veterans every year. padilla picks a la regional food have to start breaking. i wonder if this is every game, i guess they're going to continue to to go on with this one. >> hey, if you're not really are if you're waiting for the giants dodgers game. you've been hearing the blue angels practice all week. the show, of course, continues today, flee week air show. >> is that happening in san francisco, high-flying aerobatics from the blue angels. they're going to be painting the san francisco bay skies this afternoon. if you're wondering where you can catch the best views you should know the stage is basically the bay. coast guard actually clears out an entire area between the golden gate bridge. well. okay. you just all my fault
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>> live television, ok. other entered over that what are the best places to watch our at crissy field. >> the and aquatic park in the fisherman's wharf area and the marina green that's also going to have a lot of tense and box seats where people can actually pay to watch the show. that's like prime seats. their access and that area is going to be limited, though. so if you're coming into the city, keep in mind, traffic's also going to be an issue should probably use some public transportation. if you can okay, you know, walk in front of my shot anytime. all right. and because something people expected in san francisco for fleet week. >> the national park service is service, i should say, is telling people to be prepared for parking in traffic restrictions. here's what you need to know. along avenue into marine drive will be closed in order to accommodate parking for people who might need a little extra assistance all parking at fort point historic site will be limited to cars with valid disabled person parking placards or
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license plates and heights street lower venice and beech street. well, all be closed. >> if you do plan to watch the show from home. maybe you don't want to deal with all that traffic join us right here on kron 4 for blue angels live. the fun all starts at 02:00pm kron four's ken wayne is going to be hosting the show. i'm going to be joining him near aquatic park talking some of the blue angels definitely be sure to tune in for that. >> coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news crews us. they are coming back to san francisco by the city says it is important for them to come back for the overall economy of our place. it's another
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sign that things are getting back to normal the return of cruise ships. back to the port of san francisco. >> kron four's. haaziq spoke to a port official and the san francisco tourism representative about the good news. >> it has been a while since we saw one of these a luxury cruise ship passing under the golden gate bridge heading to dock at the port of san francisco. the first vessel to call in the port will be the majestic princess this monday indicating that cruise ships are back and this is definitely exciting. time for the port of san francisco is the deputy director for maritime at the port of san francisco and recalled in talked about how support has been working with health officials to ensure a safe return port has been working closely with the department of public health as well as other local authorities. we've also.
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>> received guidance from cal dph and also the cdc's guidelines sports safe resumption of cruise. >> 4 passengers have to show proof of being vaccinated to board. correct. passengers will be required to show proof of vaccination. additionally, there are per cdc guidelines that will require proof of negative test within 48 hours of of cruising. it's a great thing for someone to it's going to have come back. >> the president and ceo of the san francisco visitors and convention bureau jodi lisandro talks about what this means for the local tourism industry. where they can recover from the pandemic for a long time are still protecting it. >> we will see levels that we saw in 2018 until probably 2025 this is an important step forward and we need every little bit of business that we can get him to tourism and hospitality that you back on its it's been 18 months since the last cruise ship. i was in service is going in that
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circumstance and didn't turn out well with that with the beginning of the pandemic prior to the pandemic. the port of san francisco averaged about 85 that will cause poor year. that is about to change 2022 we are expected to receive 127 vessels in the calendar year. record year for us as a new kron 4 news. >> we'll be right back. stick with us. welcome back. 9.16
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here on this saturday morning. 10 for another check of our weather forecast. looking pretty good out there day. they were talking 70's right. >> getting to the lower 70's. yeah. and it's just been all day trying to climb up there to concluding that your house will. morning, guys. good morning, everybody. a few little sprinkles left over just a touch here. but that's going to be clearing out for us. a pretty quickly into the morning hours and beyond that, we're left with clear skies. mostly sunny even though don't let that fool you because it will feel quite chilly with all of that. here's half moon bay. not much the way of morning fog happening there either temperature check 60's already on the east bay shoreline 50's to the north and to the east future cast winds. we get a breeze this afternoon. okay. but what's causing the issues isn't us. tomorrow night forward heavier winds. they shift a little bit northerly that's dry and that poses a threat. breaking it down for you. a few early
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sprinkles just about gone. look at the golden gate or looking at mostly sunny skies struggling to get to the lower 70's tomorrow. bump that up to the mid 70's, maybe even upper 70's in spots next week. we have another little chill that comes by tuesday. wednesday zone warming back up potentially to revisit maybe some lower 80's by week's end. let's to 69 san francisco the high today. but the ballpark much cooler upper 50's for that. 71 for oakland, 70 for san jose got some middle to lower 70's in the far east bay also up in the north a little bit in the valleys on the east bay shoreline lower 70's. more coming for you in the 4 zone forecast and the extended noel will. >> and save. if you get the chance to take an alaskan cruise. you might be able to spot some killer whales, a tour boat caught a pod of killer whales putting on a show. take a look at this. they were breaching over and over possibly just during to communicate with the rest of the pod. these are called transients killer whales. they
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prefer the pacific's deep water canyons for hunting. so it's pretty possible they were happy jump and down like that because spotted their lunch there in the water will look at that. wow. >> here at kron 4. we are celebrating hispanic heritage month the latino experience in san francisco dates back to the gold rush. that's right. today. latinos have laid down their roots in the mission %pdistrict kron four's. camila barco has more on the cultural legacy and community of latinos in the city. >> the mission district cultural legacy blossoms in murals along the city streets like won on the cs painting. let's roll sus, which means for the roses flowering happened during the 1980's when i was painting this in the 1980's political turmoil drove central americans to the united states. many, we've got our when system of the and the daniels came. >> during the and made their
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homes in san francisco, but not the nose inhabited. the mission district. >> long before that the area was historically an irish community after world war 2 irish president's resettled in newly built homes. >> in the sunset district. and so what we see taking place in the mission district. then. >> is the people who are of irish descent. >> to the avenue use. this is cardinal >> a retired professor from san francisco state university he says by the 50's, the mission transitioned into a latino neighborhood the creative restaurants. they created businesses. institutions flourished in the 1970's. local groups. it's tab lish. the mexican museum got idea and the mission cultural center. it's the largest latino cultural center in the country. >> so 4 floors, great activity and great events that were taking place during that time.
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and good team you do is they in time. the civil wars forced people to flee central america and by the 80's. >> the mission's latino population was booming and the mission becomes what i would say the springboard. >> for many. people who come to the city come to california. and from there eventually moved to other communities located on 24th street murals like kind of paint the cultural political and social latino experience. i support trade. a mexican folk tale in her painting like you whose children are sacrificed to the water. but in. >> more contemporary terms, reviving that by 1999 24th street coined the name guy. i think the to reinforce and promote the corridors latino heritage uses a sense of pride and identity. >> looking at it as the hub for the latino community in the city over the years. thousands of have left the mission district because of
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gentrification. >> but the elements of the culture are still on the walls, the businesses and the people in the mission district camila barco kron 4 news. >> and we have an entire section on our web site dedicated to hispanic heritage. all you have to do is scan the qr code on your screen and it will take you directly to that page. coming up here on the cover morning news. the coast guard releasing some new information about the oil spill in southern california. why they say the damage to the pipe. >> happened earlier than we >> happened earlier than we all thought. stick with us. the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier. hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. ♪ tension builds... ♪ the plot twist. ♪ the hero prevails.
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>> in orange county. there's new concern along the coast. the devastating oil spill is now affecting to southern california counties meantime, a new development in the investigation. the coast guard has revealed they're confident now that the damage done to the underground pipe actually occurred within the last year because they didn't know all right. exactly have been trying to figure this out. chip yost has the latest details. >> i'm highly confident. i'm convinced that this was initially the initial event that deflected the pipe itself was an anchor strike revealing new information about the oil spill caused by a ruptured pipeline off the orange county coast. the chief of office of investigations and analysis for the u.s. coast guard said it appears an anchor from a large ship struck the pipeline in dragged it more than 100
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feet. however, he also said based on some of the marine growth seen here on the damaged section of pipeline. they thine that initial anchor strike may have happened long before anybody realized there was a you know that the concrete casing around this pipeline. >> would have been in place. there would've been no we assume there would be no growth on the pipeline prior to the anchor strike. so after that initial anchor strike that would have deflected the pipe and cracked away the concrete casing is our theory. then the opportunity for marine growth was started and we can see that marine growth on the exposed section of pipe at this time. >> the captain said that 13 inch slit that the oil leak. trump also may have taken a long time to open up that can that kind of fracture. we've seen other incidents can happen either from altogether or can be a very a gradual. >> crack that could be that could have been in place for a long time and just getting worse over time. so with that
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in mind here that the amount of oil it. some people it's not clear exactly when the oil began to leak from that. >> that was chip yost reporting for us. >> still ahead here in marin county lifting its indoor mask mandate next week here why some residents say welcomes change us. the county is doing their part to combat covid-19.
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>> just about to be 9.30 here on this saturday morning. there is a lot going on here. san francisco. if you're planning to come to the city. definitely pack your patience is going to be some traffic, but it's going to be beautiful day out there. a little cooler. >> little bit cool air. so bring a jacket if you're coming cisco, obviously for fleet week high school say the niagara and arizona. but the giants a plane tonight. so it's definitely jacket weather right day. that is true. that's been that i jacket or the sweater, whatever you want to go or jersey started. some people don't like to call twitter's whatever will work of the keeps the thermal energy in the bought whatever works for you. >> and we have temperatures will be struggling for highs to reach in the lower 70's. but by the time the ball game is going on. that's upper 50's and lower 60's and company that we do have some winds to
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make note of as well. first start off with our live shot to the east bay shoreline. a little bit of encroachment. now finally on the hills. you can see in the foreground. meanwhile, what we've had is a couple little bit of the specials going on some light rain showers, which pretty much are clearing the peninsula as we speak. now. we haven't had a lot of progress on temperatures yet upper 50's. lower. 60's got the 50's in the north bay. so that's a little bit of a warm-up from what we had before. fire weather. watch where you see the oranges here going on, right is more yellows that it kicks in by sunday night into tuesday night until monday night's lotto county. you have all of that. plus the wind high wind watch that may be upgraded later on tracking the winds. we do have a little on shore about, but will be offshore a little bit later on. back the ballpark. this we've got going on at 6. '07, upper 50's for those temperatures. you throw in a breeze and you're talking like kind of winter like feeling of whether a few stray clouds will redevelop breaking today down for you, 68 by 1 o'clock, by 4. we're talking 73 coming
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up a little bit. of course, we'll take a look at the 4 zone forecast and the extended as we look for maybe middle of the week. a little stray shower is a possibility. back to you. >> and the north bay marin county health officials are lifting their indoor mask mandate next friday. this means face coverings will not be required in gems offices. other places like college camp. a camp says religious gatherings as well as long as you're fully vaccinated. san francisco will follow suit next friday as well. you can read a little bit more on the new guidelines on our website. kron 4 dot com. >> independent advisers to the cdc. they are setting 10 need to address covid vaccine booster shots as well as vaccines for children. first they will meet on october 20th to talk about possible booster shots for the moderna and johnson johnson vaccines. then on november second will get together again. and now this time talk about pfizer's application for emergency use
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authorization for its vaccine for kids between 5.11 years old. this means the vaccine. however, will not be approved in time for those kids from now until after halloween. so they won't get that shot before that in colorado. doctors refused to perform a kidney transplant surgery on a woman who refused to get a covid-19 vaccine. 56 year-old lei lani lou tally has stage 5 kidney disease medical officials. they say the hospital requires transplant recipients to be vaccinated because they're at higher risk of catching covid-19 the woman reportedly would not agree to be vaccinated because of the role. fetal cell lines have played in the development of vaccines. she says she feels let down by the hospital. this is my life has nothing to do with politics. it's got everything to do. it. >> what happened to the profession of compassion and care and healing. i feel like that has almost all but disappeared. the woman is
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currently searching for another hospital, possibly in texas to florida where she could get a transplant without being vaccinated. >> the controversy over the vaccine mandate in the city of los angeles. meanwhile, now includes hundreds of employees of the la city fire department there drawing the line in the sand because they don't want to be vaccinated. 800 firefighters. they filed a lawsuit in an effort to stop the order. >> making them get vaccinated or they could possibly get fired. sandra mitchell has the details. >> a city firefighter sounding a new alarm to give you. i can't go to work in perform the way they want me to knowing that you can game is really going to fire me and ray bill kerr and 870 others city firefighters today through their attorney filed a notice of intent to sue the city of l a the city has warned firefighters get the covid vaccine by october 20th
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or be sent home without pay. well, that's just uncalled for will be in court in 10 days. the 871 firefighters are seeking 2 million dollars each. >> they believe the controversy could end their careers damage or going into meltdown right now it's devastating to see what these families are going marriages are in jeopardy. >> livelihoods are in jeopardy. some of the firefighters we spoke with say they've already had covid. they believe they have antibodies. >> others are afraid of adverse reactions. well, today the city attorney reacted to the legal action saying the u.s. supreme court in courts across the country have upheld vaccine mandates. i'm confident we will prevail. firefighters say this is not just about a vaccine. it's about due process and personal rights, a position that push this veteran firefighter. >> 2 tiers. it breaks my >> came to do with crew.
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>> that was sandra mitchell reporting. they're not the only association and fire battling this san jose firefighter and police unions have also push back on covid-19 vaccine mandates. there. california is the first state to let some adults children add parents as dependents on their insurance plans. governor newsom signed a new law this week. the trend nationally has been to let children stay on their parents. health insurance plans for longer. >> but california is now the first state to go the other direction by letting adults join their kids health plans. the law applies only to people who purchase their health insurance on the individual market, though people who get health insurance through their jobs are not eligible. the state department of insurance estimates about 15,000 adults will be using this lot. >> the latest jobs report shows growth slowed to its weakest pace of the year. employers added just about
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194,000 jobs last month an unforced only that's down from 366,000 back in august and far below the increase of 1 million in july. that was before. however, the delta variant just wreaked havoc on so many people. the economy got people to be hospitalized and as you well know, it killed a lot of people as well. still president joe biden says the country is headed in the right direction. today's report. >> as the unemployment rate down to 4.8%, a significant improvement from when i took office in a sign that our recovery is moving forward even in the face of the covid pandemic. >> in the meantime, average earning rose $0.19 an hour last month and up more than a dollar an hour over last year. >> texas is resuming its ban on almost all abortions this new change comes after a federal appeals court temporarily reinstated. the state's heartbeat law 3 days before that ruling, a federal
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judge had try to put law on hold, which triggered a rush by clinics to start serving patients for the first time since early september. the law, though, does ban abortions once a fetal at heart activity is detected usually around 6 weeks, which is generally before some women even realize that they're pregnant the law also allows private citizens to take people to court and collect an award for violating the law. governor newsom is weighing in on elon musk's plans to move tesla's headquarters out of palo alto to austin, texas. newsom says he's been friends with musk for 20 years and appreciates his quote, entrepreneurial spirit newsom added that california will continue to invest in the development and production of electric vehicles. and he also suggested there wouldn't even be a tesla without california. would be interesting to get the facts on how much california's invested in tesla. >> no other. i mean. hundreds of millions of dollars in tax subsidies. we provide that comfort. our regulatory environment helped create that
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company and grow that company. >> musk did not say when the move would be happening. but he did say he plans to boost the company's output at its fremont factory by as much as 50%. 8 people were arrested and 2 people had to be hospitalized after shots rang out during a brawl outside thursday night san jose earthquakes game at petco park. >> police say the incident started inside the stadium when a fan actually breached the security barricades and jumped onto the field during the match. they were attempting to attack a player. that man was taken into custody and let out of the stadium. but police say he was followed out by a group of fans who then all began fighting amongst themselves shortly afterwards, shots were fired. 2 people were hit. police don't believe the gun was ever inside the stadium, though. >> our belief is that that the fire was brought in by a vehicle in the parking lot. and then was utilized in the assault as a police department going sit down with management of the park going to go
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through their operational plans, go through their security plans and see if their staffing needs are adequate. >> following thursday night's violence. the san jose earthquakes decided to postpone their match that was supposed to take place at people park today that match is going to be moved now to next year. well. >> people who get arrested for taking part in illegal sideshows in our state will get their driver's license suspended for up to 6 months. these are some of the recent sideshows in the bay area shared on the citizen app this week. governor newsom signed assembly bill 3, which cracks down on illegal street racing by allowing courts to in fact, suspend driver's licenses. the bill also assigns the first legal definition to sideshow in california. better equipping law enforcement to take action on dangerous side shows. >> in the east bay. the mother of a teen who was killed in a shooting in east oakland is now pleading with the community and police video to
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come together and find out who shot her child, 15 year-old shamar young was shot late wednesday night. she was riding in a vehicle when someone opened fire. she suffered from severe gunshot wounds and later died at highland hospital. >> she was always pushing to strive for the best. she loves her family a lot love her little brothers. hard to community to know that this. this is senseless and we need to get together and find out who did this and put them where they belong as we don't need people in the street who artist killed for no reason. >> young was the 109th homicide victim in oakland. and just this year, that number equals last year's entire total chief leronne armstrong called the shooting a tragedy. dave. >> for this afternoon might see some lower 70's to middle 70's in the far east bay. but beyond that, it's kind of a cool fall-like day is what you
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can expect a look at the 4 zone forecast and that extended in just a bit.
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>> you know, it could have going to be out there. you might want to bring a jacket. i know. i know. i'm realizing that i'm going to be out there at fleet week tonight or today for the blue angels live show again. it starts at 2 o'clock 10 lane hosting, but i'll be out there near aquatic park and right there on the water. i'm sure it is going to be a little windy because i looked over at back commercial break.
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i might wait a minute. dave says that i mean, things have cleared up after we got a little bit of rain over the overnight, right. dave. >> yeah, didn't do much good in terms of kind of moisten u the ground level. so if we had a decent rain, that would be a problem for this return offshore wind. but it looks like we're not in the clear for that. got to watch out for that. as we get into sunday for today. you can see turning to basically clear skies as what we have to some leftover cumulus off towards the distance and for the winds. let's go through the futurecast winds. we see a little uptick of onshore. winds shore. they get a little bit more pronounced though, tomorrow afternoon evening and they start shifting from the north and that tends to be more of an offshore direction took in solano county. but some of these higher elevations. we're kind of worried about a little bit tends to a little drier up there. so with this all in place east bay hills as well as points to the east are in that that fire weather watch will get right to it here. there you see the coverage or the next step along. the journey will be bright red going on here with the fire weather watch or read the red flag warning potentially. but
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in solano county, in addition to all of this, they're looking at a high wind watch because of that valley just kind of channels and funnels that air. so perfectly. we've got upper 50's and lower 60's for a good chunk of the real estate here 50's. meanwhile, up to the north bay. so what we have going on short term some leftover business. you can see out to see the sprinkles that are left. we go back to sunny mode again. don't let that fool you because you add the winds to the sick way. jen good. it chilly in the afternoon as we struggle to the upper 60's and good portion of the area. so let's watch what happens all this week. we see the traffic coming up from the northwest. this is what we see in the winter months. we just can't get any rain down. here is the issue. does another kind of semi promising front by the middle of the week. maybe some light sprinkles, you'll feel the big chill temperature change with all of that is we really drop, though, going forward and you see a lot more action happening yet upstream. so the 4 zone forecast to check things out. 69 san francisco along the coast will do the middle 60's and not much of an improvement beyond that lower 70's bayside and
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staying in the 70's down to the south, even in the south bay plenty of lower 70's 74 going on. morgan hill and also 70 along the east bay shoreline tri valley at the lower 7075 for walnut creek, 70 for richmond with 6471 for napa and 74 for santa rosa. a little bit of a pop-up expected for tomorrow. temporarily. then we drop back down again or by tuesday into wednesday. as you can see there and again, hoping for maybe scrounging up a couple raindrops wednesday thursday. noel. thanks, dave. >> a man who tried to scam the government out of $543,000 was sentenced to 4 years and a federal prison this week. 54 year-old massachusetts resident, david stave lee is charged with making false claims he owned for businesses and then applied for the funds under the government's covid paycheck protection program stately then faked his own suicide to avoid being caught. but he was tracked down by us marshals. he is the first
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person in the united states to be charged with fraudulently seeking pandemic, business loans. >> san francisco supervisor. hillary ronen is calling for a hearing on the safety conditions at buena vista horace mann elementary in the city's mission district. that's right. there have been reports of. >> gas leaks, a student receiving an electric shock from a school outlet. other injuries as well due to the poor conditions of the campus grounds. in a statement the district has said, quote, we recognize the rundown. nature of the facility and challenge in addressing it day to day conditions such as peeling paint, cracked floors and overheating rooms. they say contributes to a feeling of neglect in the school community. the district is working to remedy this through our request for funding from the san francisco board of education and quote, now this is not the first time this particular school has gotten attention for its poor conditions, though, 2 years ago we received all of these pictures from buena vista, horace mann. they show trash everywhere a water leak peeling floor tiles and even
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some rat droppings. we reached out to the school district at that time. officials responded back then saying the district focuses most of its efforts on addressing, quote, critical life safety issues. >> 2 wealthy father's they've had been found guilty in the first case to go to trial in the college admissions scandal. john wilson. he's charged with paying 1 million dollars to get his twin daughters into stanford and harvard as recruited athletes. gamal abdel aziz is charged with paying $300,000 to get his daughter into usc as a basketball recruit more than 50 parents have been implicated in the bribery scheme. but a majority of them, including celebrities like lori locklin. they pleaded guilty rather than taking their chances in court. lockland actually spent some time here in dublin at the facility before being released. now, as far as the 2 fathers, they will be sentenced or at least their trial will begin in february. as an exciting weekend to be
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in san francisco with some major events taking place. we talked about the giants fleet week, of course, will be the majority of the traffic. that's right. blue angels oracle everything is going to impact your commute. if you're coming here to the city. kron four's dan kerman. >> takes a look at some other ways you can get into the city without getting in your car. >> if you choose not to drive to one of these events and choose to take part instead a reminder that art is running trains until midnight friday and saturday sunday, they'll have 3 special event trains. available as needed. >> will we see a big crowd of people coming and it gets to a crush low level will send one of those extra special event rains in there to pick up the extra people. >> golden gate ferry will offer direct ferry service to oracle park for the giants game. it will depart larkspur on saturday at 4. oh, 05:00pm. the return will be 30 minutes after the last out and advance tickets are recommended. the san francisco bay ferry will also offer ferry service directly to oracle park for the giants game on saturday
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departures from the lay oakland and alameda between 4, 4, 45 with the return. 2030 minutes after the last out advance reservations are recommended and san francisco bay ferry will have special service for fleet week specifically to peer 41, which is right in between fisherman's wharf and pier 39 saturday and sunday. there will be 7 daily trips from the ferry building to peer 41 and that fair will be free and san francisco muni will be offering additional services well for fleet week on saturday and sunday. there will be additional f line shuttle buses between the ferry building and fisherman's wharf. and if you're making your way to san francisco from the south bay or the peninsula. caltrain has added extra service for the giants game on saturday. there will be 2 extra trains to san francisco. there will also be 2 extra post-game trains departing san francisco 1525 minutes after the last out or when they're full extra
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innings or not. that last train will depart san francisco at 12. oh, 05:00am there will be no extra service. after that last train. so plenty of options, if you don't want to take the chance of taking your car and getting stuck in traffic.
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moment, the first ever presidential proclamation of indigenous peoples day. the day is going to be observed. this monday. october 11th, which actually coincides with columbus day. that's pretty much done on purpose here. president biden wrote with this proclamation, the indigenous people's resilience strength and positive impact on society is being recognized. he also praised the role of italian americans society. but he did reference the violence and harm columbus and other explorers brought on the americas. so again, columbus day now indigenous peoples day as well. so i know a lot of people have been kind of lobbying for that for quite a while. >> kids are have school on monday, right now it is shut down through day. we can for them. hey, if you're looking for a christmas tree this year, you might want to jump on it earlier because. >> supply could be limited costco. another popular retail places they're expected to have fewer trees this year and we're not just talking about the live trees were also
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talking about the plastic ones as far as the live trees, it's because of the weather drought conditions, wildfires and whatnot. so that took out that supplier least impacted as far as the fake trees covid-19 people can go to work and go to the factories and produce those trees. so jump all over. we're usually go for a treat. you go to a local. >> go to the hardware shop, ok. and then i get it. and i try to get not early but not late. great. yeah, but maybe we've got to go a little early before we get to christmas, it's still we still got to. >> halloween to go on and the most beloved one of the most beloved halloween specials is making its return. it's the great pumpkin charlie brown making its grand return to public television after a one-year hiatus. apple made the decision to only put the classic special on its streaming platform. apple tv plus last year after acquiring the rights to the peanuts from abc. but following public outcry, apple decided to put the charlie brown thanksgiving and christmas specials on pbs. >> they'll do the same for the
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great pumpkin show. so that halloween special will return to pbs on october 24th and a lot of people have. you know, you've got your plans and your traditions to watch things where you watch them. so it's good to have it back on pbs. you have to watch said last year was like good grief it's going to be nice out there today, but definitely bring a jacket if you're going to watch the blue angels. be sure to tune in with us at 02:00pm here for the blue angels. live show. thanks for joining us. i'm noelle bellow and i'm will tran. have a great day, everybody. go dodgers.
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