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dave spahr. dave. it was an absolutely gorgeous day yesterday is a copy paste. it looks pretty much that way. good morning, guys. good morning, everybody. and we're starting things off with a little bit of golden gate bridge fog. but beyond that, mostly clear skies allowing those temperatures to fall in those inland valleys already that dry air is checking in that as part of the forecast in the next about 48 hours. we're talking about. >> here's the east bay shoreline. you can get a load of the sun just about to join us right now. but here it is, the golden gate with the fog from this is kind of a picture kind of a lot to give you an idea we can pull this earlier, but anyways give you an idea of just some of the fog. it's their lower 50's light up the east bay shoreline a little bit inland, too. but mostly it's the 40's game to keep up to the north bay santa rosa checking in at a 40 this morning we're getting almost like winter time temperatures here now the big issue is this. we're talking about a fire weather. watch that's been upgraded now to a red flag warning. it is the east bay hills and points east solano county and also the santa cruz mountains and some of the higher elevations up in the north bay. as you can see, coupled with that. a wind
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advisory that covers everybody. the only thing we're waiting on a solano county to see if that gets upgraded to a high wind warning. but for now it's a wind advisory covering everybody and that won't necessarily mean property damage with that. but it may cause some new a nuisance issues throughout the day tomorrow. now your breakdown today after take your some of this fog around the bridge there 65 at 11 by 2. we're talking 76 coming up in a bit. we'll put this all together with the forecast. we'll know well, thanks, dave. well. >> the dodgers dominated the giants last night 9 to 2 to tie up this nlds series they played last night i and i orange he will wear when his team loses. he they play last okay. well, i i said it will be 5 before the series starts. so this means this is a travel day. the giants will be heading to southern california to los angeles. >> they will play game 3 on tuesday. kron four's jayon doing this. i would say the
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highlights, but the kind of low lights. if you're a >> good morning, everyone. we know it would not be easy to dodgers are really, really, really 106 games and they showed why last night it was a good old fashion. but within let's head out the oracle and see how it all went down. there's the hero of game one logan webb who was hosting coming. gottesman could match him. spoiler alert. he did it top of the second dodgers starting pitcher julio urias helping his own cause with a liner to right the dodgers go up one, nothing just like hyped up next, batter mookie betts his 3rd hit of the series that scores a run in. early on the dodgers. take a commanding 2, nothing meanwhile, various. he was also solid from the mound. he struck out 5 in 5 only gave up one run. he was really ticket. all right. kevin gausman, he
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settled in midway through his game. at one point he retired 10 straight batters. there he gets the strikeout. but in the 6 ending after he walked a batter. he was pulled it didn't work out well for the giant cody bellinger drives one deep off. donnelly own to run. come on in to score on the double. it is 4, one dodgers next. batter aj pilot. add insult to injury. 2 more runs score. not a good night for the dodgers bullpen. giant showed some life in the bottom of the ending. but trey turner snatches the momentum away from them figuratively and literally all of that play right there. just a brilliant play from turner next. batter brandon crawford. he's going to single to right. we might be rallying on 3rd and king. wilmer flores decides to test the arm of mookie betts. i
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don't know. why did it mookie betts has a laser. he failed that test. not a smart play to end the end top of the 8th will smith takes ackley tell. deep to left field. that was out of here. 7 to blue. and that was all she wrote the dodgers go on to win this one, 92 they tie the series at one game apiece. we now head to la for game 3 at dodger stadium. alex wood will get the start for the giants. max scherzer on the mouth from the dodgers. let's hear from san francisco after the game. >> pretty good after second inning. you know, after that i felt like i kind of. got my zone a little bit you know, retired a lot of hitters in a row. >> you know, obviously was how he got to that 6th inning. it is an important decision point in. perhaps you say in a clean inning for gone leone in may be things go a little bit different. we felt really good about causing in the next 3 hitters out. obviously.
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sometimes that that works out. sometimes it doesn't. and tonight can you explain how you feel now. going back to dodger stadium knowing it's a best of 3 with 2 at home and scherzer. >> that's it's a good feeling. it's interesting how that the narrative change from from game to game right now. like you said, it's a 3 game series. we have home field advantage and we've got max on the mound. so. >> i like where we're at. >> all righty. we will have coverage live from los angeles for game 3. it will be a doozy. but for now, that's all we have for sports. >> that could not have wrapped up sooner. good. lauren. the giants will win the game 3 and then bring it back to san francisco speaking of san francisco, house speaker nancy pelosi is the latest bay area officials to get in on the post season action. she tweeted that she and representative jimmy gomez are betting some chocolates on the
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series la winds. pelosi will have to give gomez some gear. a deli chocolates. gomez did not specify what chocolates pelosi will get if and when the giants went and vice president kamala harris and her husband are rooting for different teams to win this series. second gentleman doug emhoff you. i liked him. >> what i like to i like the it is is going >> and second gentleman doug emhoff tweeted this picture saying the one thing we can't agree on in our household. good luck dodgers at up in la, of course, his wife, vice president kamala harris grew up here in the bay area. she is a giants so guess we'll see. it's going to split household split anchored us as well. coming here on the cover morning. news in morning of power shut offs fire danger elevate. >> bay area counties that could be in the dark early next week. >> and after the break, a man who was wanted for murder is now in custody. in custody.
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>> welcom. back. 7.10, on this sunday morning in the east bay a man wanted for murder and stockton earlier this week. now in custody after a 5 hour standoff in bay point, san joaquin county sheriff's deputies tracked 24 year-old angela webb to a home near willow pass road and water
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street contra, costa county officials evacuated the neighborhood while negotiators tried to get web to surrender. investigators say he stabbed brandi hornsby, the mother of his 6 week-old daughter on monday. and then kidnapped the baby triggering an amber alert. authorities say webb dropped the baby off at a family friend's home. the baby was unharmed. a web faces charges for murder and attempted murder. also in the east bay hayward police are investigating 2 men for a shooting that injured 3 people. police say it happened at around 2.30 on saturday morning on b street and main and that's located near city hall. >> the shooting did shut down the street for a short period of time. police officers say the victims are in stable condition this morning. but the extent of their injuries still not being released to the public safe. >> for some offshore winds to develop as we head into the new that will mean a fire danger going up ahead, we'll give you an idea of what that
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alameda contra costa napa, solano and sonoma solano county could see the biggest outages with all of this with more than 4500 customers at risk. so what they usually do is they want you to sign up for text alerts that way. the as the u.s. yeah, right. so you won't be in the dark all of a sudden, yeah. so head to the pg e website. there's a very, very easy link. psps outages you can get a little bit more detail if you are one of those people in those areas. look, just behind this. the sun is coming up. so beautifully. this the day, a little david, give us a little bit more detail on high fire danger. and warning here that we've got. >> i know that about the pg e alerts kind of thing. that's really good thing to sign up for because they can change that kind of thing. all of a sudden sometimes you're not in the middle of a sudden they throw you in and then bam. you get an alert and you're included in and sometimes you don't get a 12 hour notice or whatever. so it's good thing to keep in mind to do a check
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and why they're doing this here is the red flag warning. you can see the coverage areas basically the higher elevations, but it covers all that geography off to the east bay as well. and you'll see when we show you the winds, why that's the case solano counties. basically all of that and more the higher elevations up in the north bay and the santa cruz mountains. the tan color around all of that. that's the wind advisory. now when we have a map like this take away the red when we have a wind advisory that covers everybody usually a winter storm dropping south. but this go-around, it's more of an offshore wind. so it's not as typical for us. here's the east bay getting lit up a little bit. a little bit of fog off towards the distance. here's the golden gate bridge a little bit close up close and personal as we break through some of that fog temperature. check. notice how cool is up in the north bay tick up in the valleys there. 40 santa rosa. well, that's the cold air drainage fact we have dry air, not much movement yet. so therefore temperatures are able to fall to radiational cooling overnight. lot of 50's for much of the east bay 45 half moon bay. 53 san francisco for
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today. that afternoon breeze checking in stress to pick up, though upstream, as you can see, this is 6.15 already dropping south. here we go. wash. overnight tomorrow morning. this is approaching high noon. look at those arrows due north to south from the north and there you can see the coverage area. why the red flag warning is the way it is even cover the east bay shoreline here, too. so we don't have a nice, good on shore when something else is interfering. and so it picks up at around noon like that. it will still be were around for a while as late as tuesday morning. however, the big driver of all of this will be the dry air. look how quickly it dries out even for today. as you can see this afternoon into the 20% range off to the far east bay a little bit of recovery tomorrow morning. that's it. there's no green on here. harvey can make out at all. and then as we get into monday afternoon dropping into the teens and there's no surprise why they made the issue statement as they did when you have relative humidity levels like that. okay. so breaking it all down for you. it's mostly sunny mild today 70's for the bay
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80's happening inland. there. then the red flag warning we talked about. it's the east bay hills points, east. also the north bay hills and the santa cruz mountains in this. and then for the next week, it's mostly sunny and mild for the week ahead. and a system midweek temperatures fall. again, we talked about this before, does look like we'll get any rain out of that. maybe by the next weekend, something upstream from a bear. some watching 69 san francisco 72 for oakland, 75 for san jose. the far east bay. we might tap off at around 80 or so in some spots. but we'll take a closer look at that in your 4 zone forecast will. >> day. there's a new breed of mosquitoes that's making southern california, their home experts say, and they're not going anywhere. yet. this they only need a few drops of water to breed and their eggs can survive for up to a year. kimberly chang learned what scientists are doing to try to get rid of them. >> i guess so many other my legs and you can even like aside and not help to where
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they can spray or something. so when people say i feel like i'm getting bitten by mosquitoes more this year. they're not imagining it. >> no, they are not to know. and depending on where you live, it might have just started really building up this year. there's a relatively new invasive culprit in town. the 80's mosquito. they'll bite again and again and again. they're more aggressive than the mosquitoes were familiar with. they like biting birds better than they like biting people. so they were a few abides. but these new mosquitoes prefer to bite people and they a daytime biters. so in the shade in people's backyards. the bite people all day long. they're also very hard to get rid of according to says include director of scientific technical services at greater la county vector control district. they'll lay their eggs in tiny bits of standing water as small as a bottle cap. so a little bottle cap of water can bring about how i would cite over the time if it stays filled for the consistently. hundreds vector control has traps in various areas in the district. they test the mosquitoes for
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diseases. the 80's mosquitoes have been in la county since 2000, 11 and they've spread on the bright side, although the mosquitoes can theoretically transmit diseases. currently we have not seen any evidence of that. so it's mostly just the nuisance long-term clue says they have plans to introduce sterile male mosquitoes into the area. these males would be released and they would make. but the wild females and their offspring would not be viable and that would bring populations found. in the meantime, our best defense might just be over your fence. they don't fly far. so if you get everybody, you share a fence with to control the yards and not have any water. >> then. >> you're pretty much good to go. >> if you're flying southwest airlines this weekend. make sure you check your flight before you leave the airport and air traffic control issue combined with weather delays in the east coast cause some major problems across the airline's network actually force the dallas-based carrier to delay and cancel.
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>> hundreds of flights this weekend. southwest had over 500, 50 cancellations and just over 700 delayed flights nationwide. our very own kate rooney. she was trying to head to arizona for the forty-niners game yesterday. her flight got canceled. i'm not sure if she was able to get on. another one will have to kind of way and see for the game today. but definitely a headache for a lot of travelers this weekend. to call ahead just in case, especially at >> a new california bill is public education facilities to provide women's health products for free. the bill was signed into law on thursday by governor newsom. >> it means california public schools and colleges must stock their restrooms with free menstrual products starting school next year. the passage of the bill comes as women's rights advocates are pushing nationwide for affordable access to these products. to go cocktails. they are here to stay after governor newsom signed bills giving bars and restaurants. a
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boost now what started off as a practice to get them some money during covid-19 during the shutdown. that will continue with the legislation. state regulations. they all allow those businesses to continue to prepare and serve food and alcohol outside along with to go cocktails. the allow this to go on until a year after the end of california's covid-19 state of emergency or in 3 years from now, 2024 whichever comes first. and for me, noel, come on, covid-19 be i know while working from home, maybe a little bit easier. old. >> the big change like that. well, yeah. >> i think we're going to that. he says now, yeah, we have they're still ahead morning news, a northern california family is still searching for their missing daughter. we've got more on their efforts to find her
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>> and welcome back. it's been more than 2 years since a northern california family saw their teenage daughter near sacramento. family is refusing, however, to give up hopes of finding their daughter. the family is now raising funds to increase the reward money for information in her disappearance. at noon wallace has the details. you're looking at victoria mark enough 2 years ago, october 9th 2019 was the last time anyone heard from the then 16 year-old teenage girl. mark, you grew up in summer creek here in amador county.
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but in october 2019, her car was found abandoned in our south of here and escalon san joaquin county because of you for as mark in his mother blanca has not given up in the search. today. put on this fundraiser at the taco spot food truck in sutter hill. all of this with the goal to increase the reward money in this case or a war that currently stands at $20,000. police. >> in some of the most. kids might only that it. she was my baby. >> after marking his disappearance. authorities arrested 22 year-old joshua anthony martinez because they believed he murdered her and then fled to mexico. but he was later released on lack of evidence they those who attended today's fundraiser just hope marquee night is found safe and sound they're a great family and they just serve all the help they can get to find her. i want hear something from somebody put it somebody what happened with
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>> and center tom wallace, fox 40 news. well, take a look at this. a big rig with a trailer carrying a crane toppled on eastbound interstate 80 yesterday morning. it. >> happened about a mile from the bay bridge toll plaza heading into the east bay. 2 lanes were closed around 8.30. they were able to reopen shortly after. in the east bay. meanwhile, the attic of a home in oakland caught on fire friday night. it happened on keeneland avenue. oakland. firefighters say it actually took 5 fire units in total to get everything under control. no word yet on what caused that fire. stay with us. cover morning news continues after the break.
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>> welcome back. 7.30 here on this sunday morning. and it is beautiful. you can already see the sun hitting the sales force tower there in downtown san francisco it's a looking pretty clear out there clear and crisp because i was driving into work and not that its scientific. but the will mobile. yeah. the thermometer was like 5149 a certain time. so when you say, chris, because as i walked out this morning, that's exactly what my mindset what's. we're nice and crisp out here all like weather day visit going to be crispy for a while and the morning hours shore yeah, i
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saw all ryan this morning to sun and how much the way of fog in southern marin going on ryan's riding earlier, an earlier overnight. so we were getting into the winter months as we drift into that category. >> little bit of fog around the golden gate bridge. but that's only the anomaly we do have dry air that allow those temperatures to fall a little bit and we didn't have much of the way of winds to stir things up. so with those 2 factors in place. we want to watch out with this a red flag warning talk that we have right now. here's a shot. the east bay shoreline. very nicely lit up there for you. and meanwhile, the temperature check were down to 40, even see the santa rosa lot of 40's up in the north bay 50's 40's mixture for the east bay 52 going on san jose. but the coverage area, the red. that's the red flag warning that we talked about there and you can see a lot of geography is affected by that. the tan color. well, that's the wind advisory. now we don't always see a wind advisory time. we see an offshore wind event that covers the whole bay like that. it tends to be more of those swint are storms that come dropping south. we have other issues to look out for. so although you don't usually
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get property damage with wind advisory. you may get some nuisance issues that happened with that. so the patio furniture and whatever, maybe bring that in when tracker what we're going right now to single digits to calm as what we can see. and the forecast calls for 65 by 11 by 2, not bad at 76. you really won't start noticing the winds a little bit till we get to late tonight and then as we get into tomorrow, we'll look into that in your 4 zone forecast a bit. will. dave the extensive cleanup effort along our southern california coast continues this morning. one week after the devastating oil spill assessment teams are out, figuring out. >> where cleanup needs to be concentrated. much of the oil is moving south. so it's becoming a growing problem now for people in northern san diego county, many orange county beaches are partially open this morning. but officials say they need more time before it's safe for everyone. >> this is a community that relies on the water for lifestyle for business. we have served being sailing. we have boating fishing and we're
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all going to get back to all of that in the next couple of days. we just need to be a little bit more patient because we don't want there to be some consequence from allowing people to go in the water too soon. >> now officials there are urging people not to clean up any of the oil themselves. if you spot any tar, you can report them to tara ball reports at wildlife dot com dot gov. i should say vessels that started with tainting oil can stop by multiple decontamination sites and newport huntington beach. and for many of those local areas. they're they're cleanup for them is free. so they get to go out there and look at the noel. i know that's your neck of the woods. it's just heartbreaking to see that you can see all those ships just waiting in the ocean there waiting to be able to come in. >> meanwhile, congressman josh carter is pushing a bipartisan bill that could help local farmers and tackle climate change. the farm act would invest about 2.5 billion dollars to help farmers implement climate friendly
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farming methods the process collects almond shells and other farm waste. it heats them at about a 1000 degrees to produce a liquid plant growth. stimulant called bio char now harder believes the bill could be the future of farming. >> we are the fruit and not basket of the entire world. and we need to continue to double down on that because these are jobs that can't be done anywhere else in the entire world. >> now, without this system, most not farmers are forced to burn their shells, contributing to poor air quality in the san joaquin valley. health insurers in california must now cover the cost of coronavirus tests. the bill is the latest in a crackdown on surprise out of pocket testing fees, federal and state laws were passed early in the pandemic to provide free testing. but some patients are still being charged as more workplaces and schools across california start to require proof of
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vaccination or frequent testing lawmakers say access to free testing is essential to curbing the spread of covid-19. >> to national news. the white house says it will allow the national archives to provide congressional investigators with documents related to former president donald trump's activities back on january 6th as basil john reports, trump vows to fight the white house's decision in the courtroom. the latest blocked by president joe biden. >> could lead to a legal battle between the former and current president as the administration says the goal is prevention. former president donald trump says many of his white house records are protected by executive privilege. but the white house announced friday that president biden will allow the national archives to provide some of those records to the house committee investigating the january 6th riots. the president has determined that an assertion of executive privilege. >> is not warranted for the first set of documents from the trump white house. white house press secretary jen
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psaki says the priority for president biden is to prevent a repeat of january 6th. he believes it to be of the utmost importance for both congress and the american people to have a complete understanding of the events of that day to prevent them from happening again. under federal law. the former president can ask to withhold sensitive documents. >> kept by the national archives from congress and the public. in a statement, trump said, quote, they're trying once again to use congress to persecute their political opponents. the requests are not based in law. a reality. it's just a game to these politicians. the white house insists this is not a political issue but an effort to provide the select committee all of the information it requires. psaki says this is only one back to the documents and eat request will be evaluated individually by the white house that this was a uniquely dark day and our democracy. >> a day that we need to get to the bottom up on you know, that's important context here as well. the national archives has not issued its own
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response. and the former president and his lawyers are threatening to go to court to stop the transfer reporting in washington. i'm basil john. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. amazon has created a new payment system. the latest on this week. we'll tell you all about that coming back.
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far and where you to all picks can now enter your mobile number. they're going to tax me more information. >> congrats next time. just hover your palm over to use amazon won and government and the card right there on that. a perfect now for the fun part. we get to go shopping. a smart plugs. always a good thing to have around the house can't have enough of these. bag clips. the fun one baby yoda. oh, wait a second. this looks like a fun book, how to build a haunted house. now it's time to check out. and i definitely don't need this. >> a cape made my selections. let's see how this this going here. well, this is our pay. i like fred, right. palm scans. it's a 13 bucks by meantime, one aspect of this. i really like especially right now it's
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completely touchless. so your hand just hovers over the sensor. you're not touching any buttons. no screens >> well, that was really easy. and it works even if you forget your wallet because you're not going to get your hands. so now in my lifetime, i've paid by swiping. i paid by dipping. i paid by chipping and now with my palm. rich demuro and you are tech smart.
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>> welcome back. it's just about to be 7.45. here on this sunday we were talking a little bit about how how chris it was feeling out there. we know that with that chris feeling we've got a little bit of fire danger going on is for you. read my mind because i was thinking how pretty it is out there, but it's almost like >> calm before the storm. so to speak. but it looks so pretty before hurricane that right will say and i know we're going to be buckling up over the overnight hours with a windy conditions. yeah. this is a pretty large swath of us that are that are under some fire issue. not just that the red flag warning but when coverage area, the wind advisory is really the everybody is involved in that. and typically that we get that with winter storms more often. >> but this is going to be offshore dry when we still have some fog issues around half moon bay that will be clearing out. but let's get to those winds today will get the typical. uptick with those
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winds basically on shore. that's the good guy. but then it flips over. look at the arrows by tomorrow due south is where they're coming up from the due north direction. so very dry. it's going to be up here to the north bay east bay as well. basically the east bay hills and points towards the east. look at the humidity levels, they really plummet even this afternoon recovery. that's tomorrow morning. that's the best we can muster ever and then just drop south throughout the day on monday will be banking off of a dry atmosphere a little bit and later on on tuesday, watching systems coming in from the pacific. only thing it's kind of interesting as we get into next end of next weekend. and the following week. boy, that looks inviting. hopefully we'll get a piece of that 4 zone forecast checking things out for your sunday 69 san francisco into the lower 60's at the coast bayside mostly the lower 70's down south. we have 76 for redwood city. looks like 73 for palo alto. 73 santa clara 75 san jose
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cupertino, 75 lower 70's along the east bay shoreline near 80 for tri valley. looks like 81. 1 on walnut creek at 80 for conquered 68 for berkeley. 67 vallejo. 79 fairfield. now the 7579 santa rosa, one other system make note by the middle of the week. that's going to knock us back down again. some scattered clouds technically little chance of a shower. we're covering to the 80's by next weekend. but it's after that. hopefully maybe we'll get some rain showers here. >> for your help this morning. the health of your gut has been a topic of increasing research and discussion lately. more people are aware of their gut microbiomes than ever before. but what does it all actually mean. our health expert karen, a walk is here to explain why your gut health affects your overall health care. and when we were talking a couple of months ago i was telling gut health is something i really didn't hear that term until maybe 5 years ago.
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>> a new in upcoming topic. you know, when when we studied biology and physiology back when our our good was pretty much along to that. just helps you eat absorb nxp and that was it. and over the past decade or so there's been a lot more research, a lot more steady about the got and how it affects our overall health. so it's really important. so what is the gut microbiomes. so the get micro biome is is actually just the home for all the gut bacteria in your. gastrointestinal tract. i like to think of it as a guarded and it has your your garden has about a 100 trillion. bacteria in it. and that's if you're healthy, it's affected by your health. so also it has about 300 to 500 different
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types of bacteria so you have all all of this going on in your gut and it's real important to keep the bacteria and balance. you have the bad bacteria and the good bacteria and then there's 3 primary functions. the gut microbiomes. right. so so what number one is that it helps keep you healthy it. it helps protect you against infections because the immune system and a lot of people don't realize is that 70% of your immune system comes from you got. and that's because 70% of the immune cells are housed in the got law. so taking care of your guy is is essential for having a strong immune system. it nourishes your body. like you said, with with nutrients vitamins, energy too. right in to keep said the barrier that
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the gastrointestinal barrier strong because you don't want it to be too permeable or than toxins and bacteria is going to start circulating into your body. so have to have that nice balance. so like you said, it's definitely important for your immune system. what are kind of the signs that maybe your gut is not as healthy. well stomach issues for one and done so if you're having a lot constipation diarrhea am gas bloating that could be a sign that your gut bacteria is out of balance. what what type of diet kind of contributes to an unhealthy got. so we're going to go through that whole. all of that next week. so because it's it's yeah. it's such a good topic. for me one of those things that i started to incorporate in my diet is like a probiotic drink. is that something that's that helps this.
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>> so probiotics prebiotics i'll explain that too. probiotics are think probiotics as the. >> the seeds. those are the things that you need to plant the seeds plant that good bacteria and then the pre bionics are the fertilizer to help the bacteria grow. >> okay. any other signs that that that folks should be looking if they might have an unhealthy got. >> yeah. if you are having constant fatigue, depression because sarah tone and that we talked about saratoga before. that's your one of near transmitters and that is produced in your gut 90% of the cr tone in which affects your mood and your sleep is produced in your gut. so if you're constantly tired, you're depressed, that could be a sign that your gut is out of balance. so that's another thing to look for, look act
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and this is something that that is not not only is your your diet. that's that's are affecting your got, but it's also your environment, too. >> right. in an exercise and physical activity. >> is is also important because of exercise. they found that also helps to bacterial diversity. you want really good number and types of bacteria. not the end as people get sick that the device diversity decreases. so you want to exercise for for limit the sugar intake. that's what they definitely. we'll talk more about that next week and the effect that your gut bacteria. okay. the key this week, though, is >> the key to staying healthy is keeping your got healthy. >> yeah. just understanding that that they get is a key component of overall health.
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>> and knowing that that whatever you put into your mouth is going to affect your gut. so important to not only eat. well, which i say a lot anyway. but all the more because it's so directly related to inflammation chronic diseases. you know, like cardiovascular disease, alzheimer's, diabetes, all of those are related to inflammation, which is a-fected by that. get all right. well, next week will will have a little bit more tip on exactly what we need to >> putting in our bodies to keep it all healthy. karen, thank you so much for joining thank you so much for joining us. we'll see you next wee thank you so much for joining us. we'll see you next wee reggie bush used to eat breakfast somewhere else, then he tried wendy's breakfast. and now we can't get rid of him.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning >> good sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news i'm noelle bellow we'll track. it is not a good sunday morning sunday morning, though. it's not known if you're a giants fan. so she's been rubbing it in all alabama gets part with look at this. in 5. i am not as aggressive as he was yesterday. he was taunting and teasing all morning long
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really had a lot of confidence of the giants are going to win. they clearly did not. we're going to have the highlights for you in just a bit. but let's talk a little bit about our weather forecast because there's another blue angel happening again today. >> it was beautiful yesterday. dave, what's going to be like today. it was another good one, guys. good morning. good morning, not much. the way of winds during the actual day today. they don't start really picking up until we get to tonight overnight. >> and into tomorrow morning. so having said all that expect more of the same temperatures. pretty good inland to we have a little bit of that fog to deal with right here. you can see it half moon bay. also at i promise you it's still there. the golden gate bridge could just see the top of the towers a little bit temperature. check 40's up to the north bay. good 50's across the breath of the bay. 52 down to san jose palo alto checks in at 46. now what we're talking about that red flag warning. there you see the coverage area. it starts at 11 o'clock tonight will be until well, that should be tuesday morning. there. this is the red flag warning coverage area. you can see also coupled with this. that
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tan color is a wind advisory. and that's for everybody. we tend to see that a lot of times with storms coming our way. not necessarily an offshore wind event. a wind advisory, not a high wind warning so you don't tend to get a lot of property damage with it. but it is possible there might be some new nuisance, a property damage with that. on the patio furniture 70 at a high noon by 3 o'clock. we're talking 77. so not bad today. lots of sunshine winds kick tonight. we'll have more on your forecast in just a bit. we'll know. well, thanks, dave. >> as we were saying, the dodgers dominated that the giants 92 yesterday to tie up this series. >> get it out of your system. dodgers because you're heading back to los angeles and hopefully you will have problem. so get out your tied 1, one. this is a travel day for the giants and the dodgers next time they see each other. we'll be in los angeles. kron four's. jason dumas has the low lights, not the highlights lowlights from my life.
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>> good morning, everyone. we know it would not be easy to dodgers are really, really, really 106 games and they showed why last night it was a good old fashion. but within let's head out the oracle and see how it all went down. there's the hero of game one logan webb who was hosting coming. gottesman could match him. spoiler alert. he did it top of the second dodgers starting pitcher julio urias helping his own cause with a liner to right the dodgers go up one, nothing just like hyped up next, batter mookie betts his 3rd hit of the series that scores a run in. early on the dodgers. take a commanding 2, nothing meanwhile, various. he was also solid from the mound. he struck out 5 in 5 only gave up one run. he was really ticket. all right. kevin gausman, he settled in midway through his
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game. at one point he retired 10 straight batters. there he gets the strikeout. but in the 6th inning after he walked a batter. he was pulled it didn't work out well for the giants. cody bellinger drives one deep off. dom leone. 2 runs. come on in to score on the double. it is 4 to one dodgers next. batter aj pilot add insult to injury. 2 more runs score. not a good night for the dodgers bullpen. giant showed some life in the bottom of the ending. but trey turner snatches the momentum away from them figuratively and literally all of that play right there. just a brilliant play from turn. next. batter brandon crawford. he's going to single to right. we might be rallying on 3rd and king. wilmer flores decides to test the arm of mookie betts. i don't know. why did it mookie betts has a laser. he failed
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that test. not a smart play to end the end top of the 8th will smith takes ackley tell. deep to left field. that was out of here. 7 to blue. and that was all she wrote the dodgers go on to win this one, 92 they tie the series at one game apiece. we now head to la for game 3 at dodger stadium. alex wood will get the start for the giants. max scherzer on the mouth from the dodgers. let's hear from san francisco after the game. >> in pretty good after the second. any. you know, after that, i felt like i kind of. got my zone a little bit you know, retired a lot of hitters in a row. >> you know, obviously we're showing up to that 6th inning. it is an important decision point in. perhaps you say in a clean inning for gone leone in may be things go a little bit different. we felt really good about causing in the next 3 hitters out. c. sometimes that
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that works out. sometimes it doesn't. and tonight can you explain how you feel now. going back to dodger stadium knowing it's a best of 3 with 2 at home and scherzer. >> that's it's a good feeling. it's interesting how that the narrative change from from game to game right now. like you said, it's a 3 game series. we have home field advantage and we've got max on the mound. so. >> i like where we're at. >> all righty. we will have coverage live from los angeles for game 3. it will be a doozy. but for now, that's all we have for sports. >> we do have some other sports headlines as trey lance makes his first start for the niners today. he's going to be without one of his biggest weapons. the team place 2 time pro bowl tight end george kittle on the injured reserve list with that calf injury. kettle was listed as doubtful for today's game. against arizona cardinals because of the injury now miss at least 3 weeks, got to take care of himself. well, hey, did you
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see them if not more than likely heard them. the world famous navy blue angels hit the skies during the annual san francisco fleet week air show yesterday. thousands. >> flock to the waterfront to see it for themselves. kron four's phillipe djegal was there with fans as they were treated to a great show. >> it could not have dreamed better conditions an air show over the san francisco bay is enjoyable, you know, to give them experience i had when i get out here and to see who is, you know, to some flips is amazing later. stopped in their tracks for a glimpse of the city through a gulls are area my whole i want >> news just like an annual event. for me navigating through the bog down city streets and trying to soak in another fleet week. air show saturday. families headed to the marina green for a bird's eye view of the action.
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>> in >> addition to the flight demonstration squadron of the u.s. may be the u.s. coast guard also put on a show. the event featuring the united triple 7 as well making this the only air show in the country. with a commercial airliner performing a fully choreographed times the little bit nervous around big crowds because of covid. so being a thing. but i think it's important for people to get out of the house. and you know. >> have a little bit of fun. enjoy themselves and that they did to the booming sounds of fighter like the 4th of july. you know, but you see airplanes, you know, find an air doing flips. >> and they will be back in the air on sunday in san francisco police today all kron 4 news. >> as ali just said, they will be back out today. this afte4noon, another beautiful day in store for you all. so if you don't feel like getting out there in dealing with the crowds kron on. we did our
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special yesterday and it's going to re-air all day on our app. so be sure to tune in there so you can be out there again, i don't know if we'll be out there again, i was out there yesterday. i got like best seat in the house basically front row. i don't know if i could to see it any more the way i saw it yesterday as you was it loud because it's funny because i inside on, though. okay. you big headphones on. so it was i mean, it was still very loud, it was yes, you're really close. i've heard him. but nice clear. we're right there. municipal pier. so things started to fill up around 11 o'clock yesterday morning does show starts around noon. so if show starts around noon. so if you are looking for a spot babe? ooh... oh! ooh! ooh... yeah? oh, yeah! there are many ways to say it... sí. yes. ...but when you find the best bargains ever at ross, you'll say yes for less!
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>> a scare at new york's laguardia airport as an american airlines the planes on the tarmac because of reports of suspicious and erratic behavior by a passenger. one passenger on the plane says once the plane landed pilots and flight attendants. they started screaming for everyone to get off the plane. maggie hickey has more from new york. >> this video was shot by passenger cuccia of the unruly passenger who is still being detained by port authority police tonight at laguardia airport. the passenger was one of 76 aboard american airlines eagle flight 4817 from indianapolis, which landed at laguardia just after 03:00pm, according to port authority police, several passengers
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said there was suspicious and erratic behavior by this one passenger people got concerned, according to police that he was seen reaching into his bag. and that's when the pilot made a decision to make an emergency landing deploying the emergency chutes for all to evacuate the plane. the plane landed safely and there were no injuries. several of the passengers were also questioned by port authority police and you can see a large intense emergency response on the tarmac of the airport as as taken into custody.
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>> welcome back to kron 4 morning news. good morning, everybody. and we're talking winds. the offshore wind variety. there you see the red for the red flag warning and everybody is in the wind advisory. so the coverage area covers the entire bay with those winds going on will be dry. here's the future cast winds. a little bit of an on shore breeze today gets more aggressive up to the north bay. and there's the coverage area overnight tomorrow of those offshore winds pick up in the north bay and a lot of the east bay as well. east bay hills and points off towards the east will be banking off of a dry atmosphere all the way through tuesday we've frozen this for sunday afternoon and then tomorrow morning we don't have much of recovery that humidity or the moisture coming in them. the
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marine layer. so we start things off or going to a very dry afternoon for your monday forecast today. 69 san francisco open 70 to 75 san jose. we'll see some areas reached about the lower 80's. still possible. a lot of 70's up in the north bay. we'll put this together for your 4 zone forecast. coming up in just a bit. well. >> touted as the pumpkin capital of the world. half moon, bay produces more than 3,000 tons of pumpkins every year. so it does a thing or 2 about getting into the spirit of the fall season. but the charming coastal location is also loaded with good things to enjoy year. round are travel enthusiast. dana redmond joining us now with a look at half moon bay really excited to get out there this fall. >> good morning. yeah. it has a fun twist on fall color, of course. but truthfully. >> if you like, being outside, if you like beautiful coastal views, you're gonna love it any time of year. so it's got a road trip show. you get that
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first taste of what's in store for your weekend. truthfully, this is when you just exit the tom lantos tunnels on southbound highway one double slit. double double slide trail just a little bit more than a mile in length. it's a paved trail. it's good for anyone. walkers runners. bikers all ages, all abilities because look at what you get to and this is what used to be a dangerous stretch of roadway played by erosion and and land slides. now it's the only part of highway one that's off limits to cars. keep your eyes focused on the water depending on the time of year you might see whales sea lions a variety seabirds. there are plenty of overlooks and benches. you can stop and sit. take it all in along the way if you're done, you can turn around and head back your car and it's an ideal place to watch the sunset used. yeah, exactly. the news just coming and coming. so stretching your legs doesn't get much easier than this. truthfully. and if
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you like what you see here, save some time. if you get on the water while you're in half moon bay. i think you appreciate it even more. this is pillar point harbor, half moon, bay kayak, company rents kayaks and paddleboards. so it's really easy to get out on the water yourself. some of the animals that might keep you company sea lions. seals, leopard, sharks, all sorts of things pop up. but it makes you appreciate that. the you even more, you know, keep your distance watch the animals safely. kind of enjoy the show. you can go out on your own or the folks at half moon bay kayak company can arrange a guided tour. the waters calm very protected in this area. so if you're maybe new to the sport or a little hesitant. it's a great place to kind of get a feel for things again as well. yeah. yeah, absolutely. and lots of good company along the way, saw the sea lion up
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there. if if that's something that kind of excite you, you know, maybe meeting some of the area's wilder residents. there's a place to do that, too. it's hardly residents will >> this is of working goat dairy and they are some of the most outgoing goats that i think ever come not friendly. not too friendly great rate about the kind that's going make you laugh and smile. the whole time. you are there. truthfully, you can always drop by for a quick a low over the fence. there's goats in the fie d constantly but truthfully taking a tour is a really entertaining informative way to learn about what life is like on the farm. you'll get an introduction to some of the cheeses they make. and there's also lots of other animals on the farm llamas chickens bees. there's a docking in rosie. that is
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pretty personable as well. the tours are limited to 10 people. so they're nice and small. >> they run about 90 minutes of the usually easy to fit into your schedule and if there's something that you think you really like to do. they tend to fill up fast. so i'd recommend signing up online. if you're the organized type and you can pull that off. and dana is at $55 a person or $55 for 10 people. >> it's $55. a person secured signing up. you're signing up as as a solo person or for your group. i mean, it's a family. but they're limited to 10. that's why i say if you're the organized type and you know, this is something you want to do. it's a really good idea to sign up early because they can fill up. okay. that's hardly an arms. and then of course, we've got pumpkin patch is absolutely. you mentioned pumpkins at the top. if you can't think of leaving happened. they've got a pumpkin. that's ok, you can find what i'm going to call the perfect pumpkin anytime thanks to the folks at half moon bay art class in less than an hour. they'll teach you how to blow a glass
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pumpkin. okay. you can choose all sorts of crazy colors. you can go the more traditional route. it's absolutely amazing. and i can do it. put it that way. it's absolutely amazing to kind of watch as it starts to set to take shape and the owner douglas brown. one of the most patient man i think i've ever met. he does a really good job of walking you through the process and helping those beginner mistakes disappear. so is mine. can turn out like there's hope for anybody. you while glassblowing really is a very delicate art form. very cool that you got to experience that again. that's at half moon bay art class at a $130 to do that whole experience. >> absolutely. but what i would also say is that this is something years. if you're interested in, keep your eye on it. they go on sale a lot and there's a good chance you may be able to do it for less. all right. dana redd been. thank you so much as always.
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giving us the ideas for vacations. a great little fall trip for us there in half. moon bay. appreciate your time. thanks to happen today. you too, will be right back. >> still ahead, we're talking movies this weekend. we'll be ri [swords clashing] - had enough? - no... arthritis. here. new aspercreme arthritis. full prescription-strength? reduces inflammation? thank the gods. don't thank them too soon.
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to the stage during the pandemic. doug kolk has a closer look on justin bieber, our world. >> i think you had me at justin bieber in documentary would never say never came out. i watch i thing like 12 times now our world is the newest in the film world. >> i just wanted to create a night that was going to bring people together and people could just let go and enjoy themselves. >> making the show happen during a pandemic was it was difficult. all of the checks and balances that went along with putting together the show from the covid tests to some people actually getting covid during the process. >> it really, really good man and has been. a family like this. so excited to get back on stage and make the meet. people have having to weigh in quarantine for 15 days or however long it took for it to pass. and like. >> you know, there's just hurdles and it's already hard enough to put on a show of this level for the live
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stream. the show is going to be seen by millions. we haven't done a show >> the first time i'm coming out. i'm going to field all the eyes on me. i'm going want to move. right. is no >> definitely felt the nerves leading up to it. i feel a little bit of butterflies in my stomach. so like here in i think sometimes nerves are coming from a good place because you care. >> justin has been told that he's a songbird of our generation, you know, being ok with your little mistakes and then let nick, i mean, nothing's going to be perfect. so next time you just take those mistakes. and yet you do a >> justin bieber, our world is available on amazon prime now
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>> welcome back. 8.30, here this morning. and there's some strong winds and high fire danger across the bay area pg and e says 44,000 customers could lose power starting tomorrow morning when all this goes into effect. according to the utility company. the outages could impact of people in 32 california counties in
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the bay area. that means alameda contra, costa napa, solano and sonoma residents are all in on this llano county could see the biggest outages with more than 4500 customers at risk. there of losing power. and that's why you need to sign up with pg e for text alerts because they're not going to turn off your power immediately. heads within. >> 24 hours. 12 hour window. right. right. we'll let you know in those change. dave spahr was saying a little bit sometimes the one area is supposed to get a little bit more wind. and then, you know, the forecast changes a little it's absolutely beautiful outside the when will all of this really start to tick up in terms of the high fire will pressure getting some winds going on of those statements. don't kick in some kick in at 11 o'clock tonight. the real impact will start really on monday morning. >> and by the way, a lot of those outages along the red flag warning is around really till tuesday evening on that. so it's really stretching the
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perimeters. hear from all the way from monday morning all the way till tuesday night. a look at what we've got going on right now. still some cloud cover in some fog. half moon bay to start off a lot of 50's cover the rear real estate. we've got 40's up to the north bay still at this hour, 42 going on for santa rosa and agai', back to that map. there's a red flag warning you see and read the tan color. that is for a wind advisory. and basically it's the entire bay area. we tend to see that a lot of times during winter storms not so much during offshore wind events currently now the winds are calm. we'll get an afternoon breeze and not much more than that today. 70 at high noon at 3 o'clock. we're talking 77 coming up a little bit here. we'll take a look at the longer range forecast for you. when we get out of all of this in your 4 zone as well. will. >> let's go down to southern california. with the cleanup efforts continue this morning after that devastating oil spill now assessment teams. what they're trying to do right now. is that trying to figure out exactly where all concentrated. i mean, it's a
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large area, but they want to get to the epicenter much of the oil. they some bad news to tell you about. it's actually moving south. now this was in orange county. but it's moving south towards san diego county in the northern parts of san diego county and, you know, right now many orange county beaches. they are partially open, not fully open, not just yet. they don't want people to get back in the waters until it's safe for everyone. >> this is a community that relies on the water for lifestyle for business. we have served being sailing. we have boating fishing and we're all going to get back to all of that in the next couple of days. we just need to be a little bit more patient because we don't want there to be some consequence from allowing people to go in the water too soon. >> officials are urging people to not clean up any oil themselves. if you spot any tar, you can report them to tara ball report said wildlife dot ca dot gov. >> congressman josh carter is
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pushing a bipartisan bill that could help local farmers and tackle climate change. the farm act would invest about 2.5 billion dollars to help farmers implement climate friendly farming methods. the process collects almond shells and other farm waste. it heats them at about a 1000 degrees to then produce a liquid plant growth. stimulant called bio char harder believes the bill could be the future of farming. >> we are the fruit and not basket of the entire world. and we need to continue to double down on that because these are jobs that can't be done anywhere else in the entire world. >> now, without this system. most that farmers right now. they're forced to burn their shells, which does contribute to poor air quality in the san joaquin valley. >> the white house says it will allow the national archives to provide congressional investigators with documents related to former president donald trump's activities back on january 6th as basil john reports, trump vows to fight
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this in the courts. >> the latest blocked by president joe biden could lead to a legal battle between the former and current president as the administration says the goal is prevention. former president donald trump says many of his white house records are protected by executive privilege. but the white house announced friday that president biden will allow the national archives to provide some of those records to the house committee investigating the january 6th riots. the president has determined that an assertion of executive privilege. >> is not warranted for the first set of documents from the trump white house. white house press secretary jen psaki says the priority for president biden is to prevent a repeat of january 6th. he believes it to be of the utmost importance for both congress and the american people to have a complete understanding of the events of that day to prevent them from happening again. under federal law. the former president can ask to withhold sensitive documents. >> kept by the national archives from congress and the
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public. in a statement, trump said, quote, they're trying once again to use congress to persecute their political opponents. the requests are not based in law or reality. it's just a game to these politicians. the white house insists this is not a political issue but an effort to provide the select committee all of the information it requires. psaki says this is only one back to the documents and eat request will be evaluated individually by the white house that this was a uniquely dark day and our democracy. >> a day that we need to get to the bottom up on you know, that's important context here as well. the national archives has not issued its own response. and the former president and his lawyers are threatening to go to court to stop the transfer reporting in washington. i'm basil john. >> still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news. we'll tell you all about a super breed of we'll tell you all about that where it's happening when we come right back.
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>> a new breed of mosquitoes making california southern california, their home. experts say they're not going anywhere and get this. they only need a few drops of water to breed and their eggs can survive up to a year. kimberly chandler with scientists are trying to do to get rid of them. >> i guess so many other my legs and you don't even like aside and not help to where they can spray or something. so when people say i feel like i'm getting bitten by mosquitoes more this year.
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they're not imagining it. >> no, they are not to know. and depending on where you live, it might have just started really building up this year. there's a relatively new invasive culprit in town. the 80's mosquito. they'll bite again and again and again. they're more aggressive than the mosquitoes were familiar with. they like biting birds better than they like biting people. so they were a few abides. but these new mosquitoes prefer to bite people and they a daytime biters. so in the shade in people's backyards. the bite people all day long. they're also very hard to get rid of according to says include director of scientific technical services at greater la county vector control district. they'll lay their eggs in tiny bits of standing water as small as a bottle cap. so a little bottle cap of water can bring about how i would fly over that time if it stays filled pretty consistently. hundreds vector control has traps in various areas in the district. they test the mosquitoes for diseases. the 80's mosquitoes have been in la county since 2000, 11 and they've spread on
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the bright side, although the mosquitoes can theoretically transmit diseases. currently we have not seen any evidence of that. so it's mostly just the nuisance long-term clue says they have plans to introduce sterile male mosquitoes into the area. these males would be released and they would make with the wild females and their offspring would not be viable and that would bring populations found. in the meantime, our best defense might just be over your fence. they don't fly far. so if you get everybody, you share a fence with to control the yards and not have any water. then. >> you're pretty much good to go. >> and we're looking at offshore wind event to develop across the bay area. a look at highs, though, today. not too bad. we're see some lower 80's in the far east bay going on for today. we'll get into your 4 zone forecast and that extended to kron 4 morning news continues.
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>> a 44 in the sun is up on this sunday morning. it's a pretty beautiful outside. beautiful but dangerous dave spahr will have a lot more on that okay. good morning, guys. good morning, everybody. we still a little bit of that fog hanging around half moon bay just a little bit. but the winds as we go to the future. that's the big issue here now for today, just a little bit of an afternoon breeze going on after we get some daytime heating will be coming in from the on shore direction. but it's later on it gets quite interesting as we get into tomorrow afternoon, particularly. there we see the
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winds going on this afternoon and then tomorrow that's when they're very strong offshore. you see that kind of purple color for all the east bay in linden in mount hamilton as well. and that's where the red flag warning is going to be hiding out a little bit and this is tempting you to be with us. red flag warning that is will be with us. we're good piece of geography until tuesday evening. so it's going to last a long period of time. that's why the power shut offs are what they are for monday morning. this the best we can muster few humidity levels. this is using we get the recovery that marine layer coming back then drying out in a big way. look at the coverage area goes all the way to sonoma county. it looks like a little bit but dropping into the low teens. what is the new the tropics real real quick. we have a tropical system in the pacific a little bit. it's a just to 16 it will be given later on it becomes a bona fide hurricane stopping at here. so couple saint lucas mike by a little bit of this. but you're on the western side of it. so that's the good thing of these hurricanes and so forth. most of the bad
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weather is going to be to the south and east to. but will graze by midweek. just want to point that out slamming into western mexico up there. now as we take a look at the macro view over the west coast. we do actually have a couple of systems dropping son of south. there you see this one will happen after the end of the weekend and early next week. hopefully that will bring us some rain. >> for your help this morning. the health of your gut has been a topic of increasing research and discussion lately. more people are aware of their gut microbiomes than ever before. but what does it all actually mean. our health expert karen, a walk is here to explain why your gut health affects your overall health care. and when we were talking a couple of months ago i was telling gut health is something i really didn't hear that term until maybe 5 years ago. >> a new in upcoming topic. you know, when when we studied
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biology and physiology back when our our good was pretty much along to that. just helps you eat absorb nxp and that was it. and over the past decade or so there's been a lot more research, a lot more steady about the got and how it affects our overall health. so it's really important. so what is the gut microbiomes. so the get micro biome is is actually just the home for all the gut bacteria in your. gastrointestinal tract. i like to think of it as a guarded and it has your your garden has about a 100 trillion. bacteria in it. and that's if you're healthy, it's affected by your health. so also it has about 300 to 500 different types of bacteria so you have all all of this going on in
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your gut and it's real important to keep the bacteria and balance. you have the bad bacteria and the good bacteria and then there's 3 primary functions. the gut microbiomes. right. so so what. number one is that it helps keep you healthy it. it helps protect you against infections because the immune system and a lot of people don't realize is that 70% of your immune system comes from you got. and that's because 70% of the immune cells are housed in the got law. so taking care of your guy is is essential for having a strong immune system. it nourishes your body. like you said, with with nutrients vitamins, energy too. right in to keep said the barrier that the gastrointestinal barrier strong because you don't want it to be too permeable or than toxins and bacteria is going
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to start circulating into your body. so have to have that nice balance. so like you said, it's definitely important for your immune system. what are kind of the signs that maybe your gut is not as healthy. well stomach issues for one and done so if you're having a lot constipation diarrhea am gas bloating that could be a sign that your gut bacteria is out of balance. what what type of diet kind of contributes to an unhealthy got. so we're going to go through that whole. all of that next week. so because it's it's yeah. it's such a good topic. for me one of those things that i started to incorporate in my diet is like a probiotic drink. is that something that's that helps this. >> so probiotics prebiotics i'll explain that too. probiotics are think probiotics as the.
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>> the seeds. those are the things that you need to plant the seeds plant that good bacteria and then the pre bionics are the fertilizer to help the bacteria grow. >> okay. any other signs that that that folks should be looking if they might have an unhealthy got. >> yeah. if you are having constant fatigue, depression because sarah tone and that we talked about saratoga before. that's your one of near transmitters. and that is produced in your gut 90% of the cr tone in which affects your mood and your sleep is produced in your gut. so if you're constantly tired, you're depressed, that could be a sign that your gut is out of balance. so that's another thing to look for, look act and this is something that that is not not only is your your diet. that's that's are
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affecting your got, but it's also your environment, too. >> right. in an exercise and physical activity. >> is is also important because of exercise. they found that also helps to bacterial diversity. you want really good number and types of bacteria. not the end as people get sick that the device diversity decreases. so you want to exercise for for that reason also and probably limit the sugar intake. that's what they definitely. we'll talk more about that next week and the effect that your gut bacteria. okay. the key this week, though, is >> the key to staying healthy is keepina your got healthy. >> yeah. just understanding that that they get is a key component of overall health. >> and knowing that that whatever you put into your mouth is going to affect your
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gut. so important to not only eat. well, i say a lot anyway. but all the more because it's so directly related to inflammation chronic diseases. you know, like cardiovascular disease, alzheimer's, diabetes, all of those are related to inflammation, which is affected by that. get all right. well, next week will will have a little bit more tip on exactly what we need to >> putting in our bodies to keep it all healthy. karen, thank you so much for joining us. we'll see ysu next week. >> all right. the bite.
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game 2 a heartbreaker there to try and you, the highlights of the dodgers bringing the series to a tie. >> plus, we'll have a complete wrap-up of the blue angels in san francisco. and keep in mind there's one more show today. we'll tell you all about that coming back. >> and biden president trump's request to withhold white house records from the january 6 committee. why trump says he plans to fight the decision in court. stick with us for morning news continues after the break. 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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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 9. >> sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 00:00am morning news just about to be 9 o'clock. i'm noelle bellow and i'm will tran easy like sunday morning. it looks beautiful outside, but it's going to be dangerous conditions. it is. i mean, the sun is up. it is kind of feeling like fall weather is really, really crisp out there. but they've got a little bit more detail on what we are going to be seeing in the overnight hours. dave. >> yeah, typical october. we're seeing some offshore winds developing. that's red flag warning talk that we have for a good coverage area. the bay also we have a wind
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advisory that covers the entire bay area because of these winds that will be kicking in late tonight. but for most of the real estate that will be really on monday and that will linger all the way until tuesday as well. quick shots of beauty shots we have for you this still some fog in some spots along the coast a little bit. there's half moon bay for you and the golden gate bridge is kind of covered over right now. we've been at this hour 50's and some 40's the 40's pretty much been retired. so we're at 50's territory 60 going on for oakland at this hour. there's the red for the red flag warning again, starting at 11 o'clock for most of the real estate 11 o'clock tonight until tuesday evening. you don't see near the water's edge. just not as much of an issue that's more of us. the higher elevations and then the tan color you see here. well, that's a wind advisory that covers everybody along with the program of the package breaking your day down 73 not a bad day today at 1 o'clock and 4.78 some areas inland will venture into some of the lower 80's. we'll have more of that coming up in just a bit. well, will thanks, dave.
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>> will said easy like sunday morning easy like the dodgers? dominating the score there 92 they won. as you can see, will was decked out in his orange and black yesterday. today he's he's he's gone somber. he's got yesterday. i was like hits while because, well, we're about to lose a game. as we get it out of your system. the giants. they're traveling today. they play tomorrow game 3 and then game 4 on tuesday. >> if they split that we head back to san francisco where we will david jason do miss. i would say the highlights. but to me that the low lights. >> good morning, everyone. we know it would not be easy to dodgers are really, really, really 106 games and they showed why last night it was a good old fashion. but within let's head out the oracle and see how it all went down. there's the hero of game one
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logan webb who was hosting coming. gottesman could match him. spoiler alert. he did it top of the second dodgers starting pitcher julio urias helping his own cause with a liner to right the dodgers go up one, nothing just like hyped up next, batter mookie betts his 3rd hit of the series that scores a run in. early on the dodgers. take a commanding 2, nothing meanwhile, various. he was also solid from the mound. he struck out 5 in 5 only gave up one run. he was really ticket. all right. kevin gausman, he settled in midway through his game. at one point he retired 10 straight batters. there he gets the strikeout. but in the 6 ending after he walked a batter. he was pulled it didn't work out well for the giant cody bellinger drives one deep off. donnelly own to run. come on in to score on
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the double. it is 4, one dodgers next. batter aj pilot. add insult to injury. 2 more runs score. not a good night for the dodgers bullpen. giant showed some life in the bottom of the ending. but trey turner snatches the momentum away from them figuratively and literally all of that play right there. just a brilliant play from turner next. batter brandon crawford. he's going to single to right. we might be rallying on 3rd and king. wilmer flores decides to test the arm of mookie betts. i don't know. why did it mookie betts has a laser. he failed that test. not a smart play to end the end top of the 8th will smith takes ackley tell. deep to left field. that was out of here. 7 to blue. and that was all she wrote the dodgers go on to win this one,
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92 they tie the series at one game apiece. we now head to la for game 3 at dodger stadium. alex wood will get the start for the giants. max scherzer on the mouth from the dodgers. let's hear from san francisco after the game. >> pretty good after the second inning. you know, after that i felt like i kind of. got my zone a little bit you know, retired a lot of hitters in a row. >> you know, obviously was how he got to that 6th inning. it is an important decision point in. perhaps you say in a clean inning for gone leone in may be things go a little bit different. we felt really good about cause. and in the next 3 hitters out. obviously. sometimes that that works out. sometimes it doesn't. and tonight can you explain how you feel now. going back to dodger stadium knowing it's a best of 3 with 2 at home and scherzer. >> that's it's a good feeling. it's interesting how that the narrative change from from game to game right now. like you said, it's a 3 game series. we have home field advantage and we've got max on
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the mound. so. >> i like where we're at. >> all righty. we will have coverage live from los angeles for game 3. it will be a doozy. but for now, that's all we have for sports. >> thank goodness jason wrap it up. there was nothing but bad news. house speaker nancy pelosi is the latest bay area official to get in on some of the postseason action. she tweeted that she and representative jimmy gomez. they are betting some chocolates on the series if not going. but if la wins he will have to give gomez some garrett delhi chocolates gomez did not specify what chocolates pelosi will get when the giants win and that was it. that i changed the script on the fly. it's wet. and vice president kamala harris of san francisco famed. she was a prosecutor here noel. so she's rooting for the giants, but her has been not so much. i always knew i liked
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second gentleman douglas emhoff. i really they tweeted he tweeted this picture saying the one thing we can't agree on in our household. good luck. dodgers. >> emhoff grew up in los angeles. of course, as a woman shun a vice president kamala from here in the bay area. she is a giants fan and there there are a house divided where a desk divided and i guess we'll see what ends up happening next couple of games. there over the next couple of days. i always knew i liked or just for the giants gear, right. so she's from the bay area always represent, right. she's not an a's fan, though growing up in the east bay. she's up all night to throw politicians. you know, little shade. but if the a's are in it has no that if you're on the kron 4 morning news pg and e is warning of power shut offs as fire danger elevate the bay area counties that could be in the dark early next week. >> and after the break, people in san francisco. they are probably still smiling this
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morning after seeing the blue angels just crisscross the skies. we will tell you all about that. look at the cell phones are out and there's one more activity today will tell you that top. when we come back.
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>> in the east bay. a man wanted for murder and stockton
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now in custody after a 5 hour standoff in bay point san joaquin, sheriff's deputies tracked 24 year-old angelo web to a home near willow pass road and water street contra, costa county officials had to evacuate that neighborhood while negotiators tried to get web to surrender. investigators say webb stabbed brandi hornsby, the mother of his 6 week-old daughter on monday. and then kidnapped the baby which triggered an amber alert. authorities say a short time later, webb dropped the baby off at a family friend's home unharmed webb. did finally surrender. he faces charges for murder and attempted murder. >> also in the east bay hayward police. they are investigating 2 men for a shooting that injured 3 people. police say it happened at around 2.30 on saturday. morning on the street and main that's near city hall. the shooting did shut down the street for a short time as police offiters converged to the scene. police say the victims are in stable condition. but the extent of their injuries still not known at this time. in los angeles.
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an armed suspect is dead after a violent hostage situation played out in downtown la on friday night. witnesses actually caught the entire situation with their cell phones. lapd says a suspect on a sidewalk gun to a man's face and actually pulled the trigger. but the gun didn't go off. that's when investigators say the suspect ran into a nearby business. >> that's where a family of 3 was waiting. police say the gunman started shooting at the family which injured a 14 year-old he took then tried to carjack a woman before fighting with a bike rider when they were called. police say the man took a woman hostage in a nearby apartment complex. and that's when swat was finally called end shortly after that, they arrived on the scene and. the suspect was shot as swat entered the building. rescuing the hostage taking her to a nearby hospital. a lot unfolding there in downtown la friday night. >> while conditions out there.
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i mean, al, a is known for that. and it was all caught. i was too violent for us. i was actually in los angeles some news before i leaving town back here friday. and as it was starting to unfold to to know that that was actually what ended up happening is is quite wild. dave. >> all right. looking for offshore winds to develop. that's a red flag warning covering a lot of the bay area along with that wind advisory going forecast together for you. but this is what your sunday looks like. not that upper 70's and some lower 80's forecast is next.
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in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started. introducing the all-new nissan frontier. >> just about to be 9.15, here on this sunday morning. and we're expecting to get some strong winds and high fire danger across portions of the bay area pg and e now says 44,000 customers could start losing power tomorrow morning. according to the utility company, the outages could impact. 32 different counties including 5 here in the bay area. alameda contra costa napa solano and sonoma counties, not solano county could see the biggest outages with more than 4500 people in the dark, but they won't do it. no. well, we've talked about this all morning. they will do it immediately. the right view. >> sign up for it. it is big. so you'll know what's go to the pga new web site sign up for the psps alert. if you don't have them, they'll those change kind of throughout the
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day as well. according and sometimes they don't do it so that's us dave, when are we going to start expecting all to start. well starts pickup in some areas as early as 11 o'clock for tonight. and then tomorrow morning like around 09:00am or so everybody is involved in it. that's the red for the red flag warning. >> the tan color which indicates not everybody is in the red flag warning. but everybody is in the wind we tend to see that a lot more going winter storms. >> not something like dry with a wind event such as that. so let's get into the weeds with the winds today. we have our typical breeze going%on little bit more so that we see in the look at the coverage or in the purples and all of that that's going on by monday afternoon. all pretty much due north and that is a dry wind. then we have this dry atmosphere. we're going to bank on all the way till tuesday no matter what direction the winds come from humidity. part of the program. we go to tonights. all right. okay. overnight,
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looks like a little recovery tries to happen tomorrow morning. not much of one as we start our monday, then throughout the day the mixing happens, the typical event and we dry out even more so those humidity levels start to drop drop into the lower teens. we've already seen some low dew points already in some spots. you can see it extends all the way to sonoma county. so putting it all together for mostly sunny and mild. that's your sunday. some areas to reach up to about 80 or so then early in the week we have the red flag warning we talked about in the wind advisory midweek. a system gets here bang it drops our temperatures yet again. looks like going bring any rain. and then we warm up as we head on into the weekend and then the following week. that's where it gets interesting. maybe the looks like some rain potentially heading our way. 69 san francisco today 72 for oakland 75 san jose inland, though we do see a couple lower 80's here. we'll have a little bit more in your 4 zone forecast to cover that. but cool 60's along the peninsula and 69 san francisco. >> some horrible news to pass along. i hate mosquitoes
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delicious to mosquito. so thank goodness i'm not in southern california where there's a new breed mosquitoes experts say they're not going anywhere. no, i was laughing about this. i am delicious. they only need repeat this specific breed only needs a few drops of water to breed and their eggs can survive up to a year. kimberly chang learned what scientists are doing to get rid of them. >> i guess so many other my legs and you can even like aside and not help to where they can spray or something. so when people say i feel like i'm getting bitten by mosquitoes more this year. they're not imagining it. >> no, they are not to know when to pending on where you live. it might have just started really building up this year. there's a relatively new invasive culprit in town. the 80's mosquito. they'll bite again and again and again. they're more aggressive than the mosquitoes were familiar with. they like biting birds better than they like biting people. so they were a few abides. but these new mosquitoes prefer to bite people and they a daytime biters. so in the shade in
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people's backyards. the bite people all day long. they're also very hard to get rid of according to says include director of scientific technical services at greater la county vector control district. >> they'll lay their eggs in tiny bits of standing water as small as a bottle cap. so a little bottle cap of water can bring about how i would fly over that time if it stays filled pretty consistently. hundreds vector control has traps in various areas in the district. they test the mosquitoes for diseases. the 80's mosquitoes have been in la county since 2000, 11 and they've spread on the bright side, although the mosquitoes can theoretically transmit diseases. currently we have not seen any evidence of that. so it's mostly just the nuisance long-term clue says they have plans to introduce sterile male mosquitoes into the area. these males would be released and they would make. but the wild females and their offspring would not be viable and that would bring populations found. in the meantime, our best defense might just be over your fence.
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they don't fly far. so if you get everybody, you share a fence with to control the yards and not have any water. >> then you're pretty much good to go. >> well, hey, did you see them if not yet more than likely heard them. the world famous navy blue angels hit the skies yesterday during the san francisco's annual fleet week air show for some actually many. they flock to the waterfront to see it all for themselves. kron four's phillipe djegal was there as fans were treated to a great show. >> it could not have dreamed better conditions an air show over the san francisco bay is in trouble, you know, to give them experience i had when i get out here in the city who is, you know, to some flips is amazing later. stopped in tracks for a glimpse of the city a gulls are unbelievable. i didn't believe in this area my whole life. >> is just like an annual event for me navigating
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through the bog down city streets and trying to soak in another fleet week. air show saturday. families headed to the marina green for a bird's eye view of the action. in addition to the flight demonstration squadron of the u.s. may be the u.s. coast guard also put on a show. the event featuring the united triple 7 as well. >> making this the only air show in the country. with a commercial airliner performing a fully choreographed times the little bit nervous around big crowds because of covid. so being a thing. but i think it's important for people to get out of the house. and you know. >> have a little bit of fun. enjoy themselves and that they did to sounds of fighter like the 4th of july. you know, but you see airplanes, you know, find an air doing flips. >> and they will be back in the air on sunday in san francisco police today all kron 4
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>> blue angels will fly again today. be sure to head out there. if you want coming up in the proper morning news. amazon has created a new payment system. the latest on way.
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>> you won't believe this, but for amazon. this is your wallet because they want to be palm readers, so to speak. that's the premise behind the company's latest high-tech payment system called amazon one. it's currently available in 60 locations across the
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u.s. rich demuro shows us how it works. >> rich demuro here, rich on tech here at the amazon bookstore. and i'm going to test out the new amazon palm reader. no, not some of the senate telling my fortune, but i'm going to able to pay with just my palm. let's check it so many things. i love this story because in here is all the stuff i want to purchase some have to control myself. first things first. you have to register a card that is stored on your amazon account. i've got this one that i've used before. so let's just pop it in there. but for sign up make a sign up. okay. hover. your first 3 inches above. okay. so here we go. out feels warm. know just getting it says right. palm scans and now hover your left palm. i like this little queue right here. so i can see how far and where you to all picks can now enter your mobile number. they're going to tax me more
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information. >> congrats next time. just hover your palm over to use amazon won and government and the card right there on a perfect now for the fun part. we get to go shopping. a smart plugs. always a good thing to have around the house can't have enough of these. bag clips. the fun one baby yoda. oh, wait a second, this looks like a fun book, how to build a haunted house. now it's time to check out. and i definitely don't need this. >> a cape made my selections. let's see how this works. get this going here. well, this is our pay. i like fred, right. palm scans. it's a 13 bucks by meantime, one aspect of this. i really like especially right now it's completely touchless. so your hand just hovers over the sensor. you're not
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touching any buttons. no screens >> well, that was really easy. and it works even if you forget your wallet because you're not going to get your hands. so now in my lifetime, i've paid by swiping. i paid by dipping. i paid by chipping and now with my palm. i'm rich and now with my palm. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. everyone remembers the moment they heard... “you have cancer.” how their world stopped and when they found a way to face it. for some, this is where their keytruda story begins. keytruda - a breakthrough immunotherapy that may treat certain cancers. one of those cancers is advanced nonsquamous, non-small cell lung cancer where keytruda is approved to be used with certain chemotherapies as your first treatment if you do not have an abnormal “egfr” or “alk” gene.
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>> o. welcome back. but we're going on this sunday. we did not have a which put on your cell phone case. it doesn't work. we should. play this was she so it's wonderful and it's it's a beautiful, beautiful day out. there was absolutely gorgeous a sweater. i did blue the blue angels are show that we here yesterday afternoon and i change into a sweater. i thought would be a little cool by the water where it was. but the sun came beaming down middle of the day and it seems to be a copy pace for to and sunny today. but dangerous, right, dave. yeah, we get into tonight and into tomorrow, particularly out when that sun hitch. it's nice to this is nice job. you in the lower 80's. also those inland areas too. so. >> that will feel all good to get into late tonight. things start to change dry air is upon us as well. let's say
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with the beauty shots we have going on here for you at half moon bay. we still kind of fighting through some of that fog this morning and a little bit of haze that we have temperature. check were in the 50's and some lower 60's already. not a whole lot of temperature movement. the big issue, as you can see from this map the red flag warning that's in red. clearly and the tan color that is wind advisory and that covers everybody and that goes into effect. 11 o'clock tonight or early tomorrow morning and that will be around until tuesday evening as well. so we have to watch the winds and the dry conditions tracking the winds right now. calm the single digits as we go break in your day down. a little clearer picture of the golden gate. the background there 73 at 1 o'clock at 4. we're talking 78. we're going to get into the longer range forecast for you and that 4 zone in just a bit. well. >> dave, let's head down to southern california where this morning the cleanup continues for that massive oil spill that happened more than a week ago. probably 8 days right around now as sussman teams, they are figuring out where a
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cleanup needs to be concentrated much of the oil. unfortunately moving south. so it's becoming a growing problem not just in orange county where took place, but it's actually moving excuse me to south to northern parts of san diego county. many orange county beaches. they are still partially closed at this particular time. but officials say they need more time before they reopen it to the public to make sure it's safe before that happens. >> this is a community that relies on the water for lifestyle for business. we have served being sailing. we have boating fishing and we're all going to get back to all of that in the next couple of days. we just need to be a little bit more patient because we don't want there to be some consequence from h% allowing people to go in the water too soon. >> that's hard because i used to report down there and noel's from there and is going into the water is a lifestyle that they're saying don't do that. if you see tar don't pick it up as well. leave it to the professionals. if you
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see tar just reported to tar ball reports at wildlife dot ca dot gov. leave it to the professionals so they can clean it up. >> congressman josh carter is pushing a bipartisan bill that could help local farmers and tackle climate change all the same time the farm act would invest about 2.5 billion dollars to help farmers implement climate-friendly farming methods. the process collects almond shells and other farm waste. it heats them up to about a 1000 degrees which then produces a liquid plant growth stimulant, which is called bio char harder believes the bill could be the future of farming. >> we are the fruit and not basket of the entire world. and we need to continue to double down on that because these are jobs that can't be done anywhere else in the entire world. >> now, without the system most not farmers right now are forced to burn the shells contributing to poor air quality in the san joaquin valley. so we'll see how this
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one pans out. >> in the east bay berkeley unified school district is relaxing its covid safety protocols for student athletes starting next week. only the sports considered high risk will require student athletes to take the covid tests once a week before they had to take the test twice a week. masks are still mandatory however, the state public health has said they will review the rules about masking in schools after november first. so they plan to revisit that. >> in california must now cover the cost of coronavirus tests. the bill is the latest in a crackdown on surprise out of pocket testing fees federal and state laws were passed early in the pandemic to provide free testing. but some patients are still being charged as more workplaces and schools across california require proof of vaccination or frequent testing lawmakers essential to curbing the g is spread of covid-19. >> it's not often you see 2
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presidents battling. but in this case you have former white house president and former president, of donald trump going with against joe biden, president biden all because of the national archives that president biden wants to turn over to investigators relating to former president donald trump's activities back on january 6th as basil john reports, president trump vows to fight this in the courtroom. >> the latest blocked by president joe biden could lead to a legal battle between the former and current president as the administration says the goal is prevention. former president donald trump says many of his white house records are protected by executive privilege. but the white house announced friday that president biden will allow the national archives to provide some of those records to the house committee investigating the january 6th riots. the president has determined that an assertion of executive privilege. >> is not warranted for the first set of documents from the trump white house. white house press secretary jen psaki says the priority for
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president biden is to prevent a repeat of january 6th. he believes it to be of the utmost importance for both congress and the american people to have a complete understanding of the events of that day to prevent them from happening again. under federal law. the former president can ask to withhold sensitive documents. >> kept by the national archives from congress and the public. in a statement, trump said, quote, they're trying once again to use congress to persecute their political opponents. the requests are not based in law or reality. it's just a game to these politicians. the white house insists this is not a political issue but an effort to provide the select committee. all of the information it requires. psaki says this is only one back to the documents and eat request will be evaluated individually by the white house that this was a uniquely dark day and our democracy. >> a day that we need to get to the bottom up on you know, that's important context here as well. the national archives has not issued its own response. and the former
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president and his lawyers are threatening to go to court to stop the transfer reporting in washington. i'm basil john. >> it's been more than 2 years since the northern california family saw their teenage daughter near sacramento. her family is refusing, however, to give up hope on finding her. the family is now raising funds to increase the reward money for information to try to get her back home at on wallace has the details. you're looking at victoria mark enough 2 years ago, october 9th 2019 was the last time anyone heard from the then 16 year-old teenage girl. mark, you grew up in summer creek here in amador county. but in october 2019, her car was found abandoned in our south of here and escalon san joaquin county because of you for as mark in his mother blanca has not given up in the search. today. put on this fundraiser at the taco spot. food truck in summer hill. all of this with the goal to
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increase the reward money in this case or a war that currently stands at $20,000. police. >> in some of the kids might only that it. she was my baby. >> after marking his disappearance. authorities arrested 22 year-old joshua anthony martinez because they believed he murdered her and then fled to mexico. but he was later released on lack of evidence they those who attended today's fundraiser just hope marquee night is found safe and sound they're a great family and they just serve all the help they can get to find i want hear something from somebody somebody most what happened with it. >> and center tom wallace. fox 40 news. >> well, take a look at this. a big rig with a trailer carrying a crane toppled on eastbound. i 80 yesterday morning. it happened about a mile from the bay bridge toll plaza heading into the east bay. 2 lanes were closed around 8.30. yesterday
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morning. they reopened shortly after meanwhile, in the east bay, the attic of a home in oakland caught on fire friday night. it happened on kindle and avenue. oakland. firefighters say it took 5 fire units in total to get everything under control. no word yet on what caused that fire. well. >> if you're flying southwest airlines this weekend. you might want to call ahead because they had to cancel a lot of flights and air traffic control issue combined with weather delays in the east coast causing major problems across the airline's network that forced the dallas-based carrier to delay and cancel hundreds of flights. this weekend. southwest actually had to cancel over 550 flights. and just over 700 delayed flights across the country. our own kate rooney actually, she was headed to arizona to cover the forty-niners arizona game. that's going to happen this afternoon. well, her flight got canceled. so we'll let him know if she made it all the way to arizona. a scare at new
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york's laguardia airport as an american airlines flight to planes on the tarmac because of reports of suspicious and erratic behavior by a passenger one passenger on the plane says once the plane landed pilots and flight attendants started screaming for everyone to get off of the plane. maggie hickey has more from new york. >> this video was shot by passenger cuccia of the unruly passenger who is still being detained by port authority police tonight at laguardia airport. the passenger was one of 76 aboard american airlines eagle flight 4817 from indianapolis, which landed at laguardia just after 03:00pm according to port authority police, several passengers said there was suspicious and erratic behavior by this one passenger people got concerned, according to police that he was seen reaching into his bag. and that's when the pilot made a decision to make
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an emergency landing deploying the emergency chutes for all to evacuate the plane. the plane landed safely and there were no injuries. several of the passengers were also questioned by port authority police and you can see a large intense emergency response on the tarmac of the airport as this unruly passenger was taken into custody. >> and that was maggie hickey reporting for us this morning. dave. >> all right. looking for temperatures to be pretty mild going on today even warming up to some of the lower 80's lots of sunshine and issues develop tonight and into tomorrow dry offshore wind. that's red flag warning. we've been talking about take a look at your 4 zone forecast and that extended people here.
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>> fall-like and i love chris. we enjoy the crisp fall mornings here. middle of october already. somehow we've cut 10th of october. thanks for joining us here at the carver warning news. dave has a little bit of detail, though, because october is kind of when we get these potential for fire danger and red flag warnings. we've got some winds going on tonight on in the cider and the corn on the cob and all that kind of stuff that goes with falls. well, a live shot coming in the east bay shoreline. you can see with the blue skies in the blue bay. >> looks like a nice sunday
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that it will be problems. start. however, tonight in particular tomorrow cover the whole bay with the wind advisory. that will be pretty much intact. let's get to in terms of future cast winds today will get that little onshore wind. it builds a little bit more. so as we get late tonight starts to tilt more northerly as it will do overnight tomorrow. there's the coverage during the east bay some of these winds. >> in places that don't typically get wins, expected to be 3040, miles per hour. gusts are very possible with that wind advisory doesn't usually come with property damage, but there might be some nuisance minor issues that come with that. a look at what it looks like on future cast for the humidity. part of the story. we start things off very early on monday morning, we get the mixing out in the flow of wind pattern. look at that. all the east bay very, very dry right to the water's edge along the east bay shoreline as you will notice, longer-range forecast model say when will be another front to make note of that will bump our temperatures back down again. but it gets kind of interesting after we get after next weekend. some scattered clouds and a nice juicy line
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out to sea here. hopefully it will bring us some rain early the following week 4 zone forecast for your sunday 69 san francisco in the sun. it will feel great lower 60's at the coast. bayside lower 70's there to the south. we keep it in the middle to lower 70's down to the south bay. 75 san jose 79 morgan hill 77 scott olsen, 75 cupertino east bay shoreline to the south lower to approaching middle 70's, upper 70's near about 80 for tri valley 81 walnut creek and concord. 8068 berkeley vallejo at 67 until those wind shift 79 for fairfield 75 for napa and 79 for santa rosa. so after event is over, will warm up a little bit by tuesday and then we switch again with a new front dropping back down on wednesday recovery temperature wise to the 80's. you can see heading into next weekend. chilly nights with all of this, too. and when we might get into the upper 30's potentially. and we're hoping for the early following week to maybe scrounge up a couple raindrops. noel.
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>> whether you're doing it on instagram, facebook, twitter reddit. it might be time to take a break. i'm talking about doom scrolling. it's a fairly new term used to describe excessive screen time and continuous scrolling on social media and news sites. here to talk a little bit more about how scrolling is affecting our health because we're all guilty of doing it, whether we want to admit it or not is doctor margaret cochran. she's a trance personal psychologist and mental health expert doctor crocker, thank you so much for speaking with me actually chose this topic for this weekend because last monday, of course we all have that social media meltdown. all of facebook's systems were down. and i actually think we all kind of benefited from that little >> don't actually to is information overload. the cause is motivation paralysis. that's really important
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because when rains are inundated with so much data. we don't know what to do with it. we sat down and our lives severely suffers. it was a. >> well, a recent pew research center study shows 28% of adults are almost constantly on our phones. i'm actually surprised at that number is closer to 100%. >> well, you know, it's a survey and the thing was services. people don't really so yeah, but i think is important for second to to look at this from a historical perspective. first of all, you need to realize that our brains have not is very much at all in the last 10,000 years. it's a long term and we're attempting to cope with modern technology with 10,000 year-old tools. doesn't work very well. bringing are designed to do is no to injure pit pension to change very
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attenuated to those kinds of things. and it gives us a full sense of security. so we get into this fomo thing where fear of missing out so i have to know everything about everybody all the time or i'm some way socially in danger or out of the loop. >> talk to me a little bit about those dangers that we the other dangers we should keep in mind the next time we find ourselves mindlessly scrolling through an and clicking through those sites. >> well, >> one thing about scrolling doom or otherwise is that we get altered sense of reality. what we see on screen is not real life. we're going to take your a vulnerable here in the recent. my is because again, looking at a historically from time immemorial. women have had to have community. we had to connect with each other because if and did not come home from the hunt. we are children would starve. it's
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been that way ever since. so we're constantly looking to connect not not the problems with scrolling. we're not connecting the realistic way. the other thing is dangerous about that as we begin to develop things call distortions now, that happens when we look at people's let's say posts and they're on a vacation and their children just got this amazing academic award and about these new jimmy choo shoes. and as it gets better and think, oh, that's their line. that's the totality of it and compared to mine. my life nothing. it's awful and that is not that kind of the up their life. and you could post things like that to make your life certain way that the difference between online connection in real life connections. as we get the bigger picture and the whole story. >> well, and of course, when you're looking at other people's posts and then you may be trying to start making decisions for yourself based on what they're doing. that's poor decision-making which can lead you down the wrong path. >> oh, yeah. absolutely.
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>> and when we get that mood. i see children for hussein may the company. i only have 5 really good friends and they're just wharf. i am going to know sweet if i really didn't fare as they see on screen of $20,000 or $50,000. like good friends. so i really have to school reality about what friendship and real connection. >> so how do we stop ourselves from doing this. obviously there's different ways to to stop your kids. and i think that that parents definitely need to paying attention to how much time their kids are actually spending on their devices. but this is for parents and kids. what what can we do to stop ourselves from doomscrolling. >> rule number one, is we have to set limits on screen time for yourself with your children. one a another really important one is that don't go to sleep with your devices in
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the room. don't do it. there's a study recently students taking exams. >> and the kids taking with their phones just based on their desk for says kids taking the same exam when their phones were in another room. kids with their phones. another room got underscores kids who just earned their my son's face down. so it's really important that your devices out of the room. stop using them to lease an hour before eliminate apps that you don't absolutely have exercise. go outside you with mulls. heard your family read a book haha so normal things to do. and i think the one thing you mentioned earlier, just interacting with other people. that's really like actual real time real life interaction. make sure that you're not you're going real life interactions that you can sit at home and scroll on your social media. >> yes, early because you know what, when we are connecred to others are in a deep way and when we talk each other and of
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course. and then in the face of covid, we have to think carefully about how do that. you release hormone called oxytocin oxytocin is the that's what allows us to feel close to 5060, feet. warm and without that, we can't get that from the screen without that life. >> not such a great thing. doctor, margaret cochran, thank you so much for joining me. and and teaching us a little bit about doomscrolling maybe keep from from thinking a little bit more seriously this week about how much time they spend on their screens. really appreciate your time. >> thank you for having me. be safe and be well, definitely will be right back.
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>> welcome back mcdonald's is saying thank you to educators across the country. it's all a part of the company's. thank you. meal program which has been recognizing first responders and healthcare workers during the pandemic. now they're adding educators to that list. the meals come with a breakfast sandwich hash brown and a beverage to get your thank you. meal educators simply need to show a valid work id. the deal starts today. it's a good through friday of next week. so if you're a teacher had to school off of mcdonald's breakfast and lunch. >> love apparently has some economic benefits puts more money in your wallet. and according to a new report by the pew research center.
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people who have a partner. they're better off financially the survey analyzed data from the u.s. census it says single adults are more likely to be out of work are earning less money than their married counterparts. they also make less money than adults to have a partner and are more likely to live with their parents. i have a theory on that. when you're alone nobody is telling you not to buy something, right. so you buy buy that's true. also when you're together and especially if you're the man is paying for the dates or whatever it is. that's how you do that the dollars as thanks for joining us here. we'll see you next weekend.
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