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>> you know what's going to happen. it's going and just the way it began in san francisco with a victory to win game one game 5. i see the book and i like it. like. i like it. yeah. and that's exactly what's going to happen because we're all willing it. >> into existence. plots are all part of answer today we get to the set lit up in orange wearing are decked out. we've got team coverage. the weather is very similar to the big game. one victory in san francisco. so let's bring it home, john. yeah, this is that the mother nature she's coming through for us. hopefully with giant are giants. definitely going to do the work out there. but hey, weather is not going to hurt anything skies are beautiful and clear. we're going to stay dry and winds are going to be the most problematic for inland mountains and valleys. >> so right around oracle park. not all that bad of a day for a ball game. your view outside at our berkeley hills camera situated right above the east bay shows the very clear conditions were in the midst of compared to yesterday's conditions when it was very gray. it's pretty nice way to start the morning.
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you can see skies are this way all the way across the region and we have quite the variety of winds. definitely breezy us for areas like atlas, peak vacaville down through hayward even quite right breezy right now. our highest of elevations in the east bay and the north bay will be subject to our strongest wind gusts little bit calmer for a bayshore cities. and tonight you can see that we will be working our way down to around 15 miles per hour range of wind towards the game. so definitely breezy enough to keep the jacket on hand but shouldn't interrupt things too much 40's 50's still for current temperatures alameda. you're getting really close to the 60's now about to be there for spot to hit it. i think while saint and san anselmo are still sitting in the 40's reyna don, thank you for that. if you are heading out to the city tonight. remember, you have options caltrain bar or the ferry, if you will. >> want to drive. we do have an accident. just popped up here in the 9 o'clock hour out and conquer westbound highway 4 east a little pass road. so we have a slight delay. looks
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like the center divider is impacted the most along that highway traveling into the city this morning. we are starting to improve a little bit. we're up to about 19 minutes ago or so in the last hour now we're down to 16 heading across towards the peninsula. you can make that drive a little under 15 minutes and then the south bay. let's check on things along one o one traveling towards miller park from 85 37 minutes. we'll have more on that coming up with daryn james, back to you. all right, 9. '02. how many hours james, we are 9 hours away from go time out at oracle park ok. and somebody is going to go home. that would be the dodgers. they go back to la we'll continue on the road towards the world's absolutely crawford. sara stinson live for us out at oracle park this morning talking to fans and the excitement level is at 11. i think at this point, sara. >> yeah, fans around here before the sun was even up. so that tells you how excited people are people always go for a run along oracle park here, but they were decked out
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orange just like me. i got my swag on today's the day to send the dodgers packing. you can see them setting up for the fans who are fortunate enough to get a ticket and come out to a 10 to this historic game in person. what a game is going to be. we heard from a man earlier, if you missed it, he said i paid for these tickets with my credit card and i don't regret a thing. he's ready to go and make memories that will last a lifetime. it is priceless to be able to see the giants and the dodgers go off against each other winner takes all and moves on to face the atlanta braves in the nl championship series and battle for a spot in the world series. it's been back and forth during this intense series. i've heard nothing. nothing but people saying they're not surprised that it got to game 5. but now it's time to get confident for this game game 4 was a little rough. we were down in la the dodgers won 72 forcing the teams into this decisive game
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5 now the 2 starters, the poor. each team are pitching for the second time. the series we have san francisco's logan webb. going to be starting. he dominated the dodgers in the series opener striking out 10 batters that was a of a game. and then at 24 years old, he's the youngest pitcher in giants franchise history to start a winner take all game for los angeles. they have leo urias will start. he pitched the dodgers to a 92 victory over the giants in game 2. he's doing well as well. but this is going to be a duel between webb and and we talked with and this outside oracle park who seem confident in web confident in the giants, but they know it's not going to be an easy victory. >> and you know, it's what you expect in a series going back for the giants in the dodgers. but optimistic and in front of awesome and gottesman coming off the bench and we need them to do some cleanup innings. if you have a good chance tonight inside it going to be tigh., though. and there's going to be a lot of stress, a lot of finger nails will be on the ground from.
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>> but yeah, he's not wrong. now you can see in that video that we shot the sunrise this morning was bright orange. >> even the world and the weather knows it's going to be the giants tonight we got or and all around us here at oracle park people very excited. we have our sister station ktla out here and they're decked out in blue. >> and i think they've been getting heckled and rightfully so it's going to be one of those days where you on and the will to having a good day. hopefully we you guys in parts of 6 to 7 and arya. what a quick turnaround they have to go play. when we win. i be. >> popping the champagne lights and then sober up and is the next one. that's right. i even like behind you that traffic control the various are all orange. everything was ready for and i like that they're wearing blue down there because that's just how they're going to be later today. go it. thank you,
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sarah. if you want to see them in person by the way. and he actually on the edge of the seat. well, let's start with no seat, right? standing room only. we're finding was like one 70 to but you could be in the nosebleed section for that. so if you just want to get into the ballpark. you can do it for about 200 affordable. yeah, i guess. i mean, if you consider that affordable, we're going to take the family and if you have to ask how much the most expensive seats art and you can't afford it. of course you can't about $5,000 we found some club level seats but the basic like, if you will. if you really want a decent seat. i think it's about 4, 500 now looking for something free. yes, but you want to sit by yourself in your living room. but want to be with other people. >> just keep walking past or our head down to the chase ended. see that giant screen. they're going to broadcast the game there and that whole park area in front. >> is available to you to. put on a chair sitting right blanket. yeah. along with everybody else. now, obviously it's going to be space limited. all right. with it.
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so many people there. so get there early. pick your plot and enjoy the game. and by the way, nobody told us about port-a-potties or anything. so do prepare for that. go business. >> 9. '06, right now. another big story here on the day when everybody is going to be crushing into san francisco crowds. they're pulling a 120 police officers off the streets today because they haven't been vaccinated not the best timing but the mandate. >> for full vaccination was today. so there really is no choice. crawford's camila barco live in the newsroom to talk more about this camilla. >> yeah. not the best time for this to happen. we don't know that's going to affect tonight's game and the security there. but we do know that there's going to be less officers patrolling the streets. the city gave their workers several months to get a covid shot, but more than a 120 sworn officers. miss that deadline. now they're facing the consequences. they will be on paid administrative leave in not allowed at work. according to the san francisco police association starting today. city employees at high-risk workplaces must be
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vaccinated and that includes jails city operated, assisted living facilities as well as homeless shelters. now the good news is the human resources department reports 95% of the city's workforce is vaccinated. but sadly, that means 1800 employees have not rolled up their sleeves and gotten a covid shot. 800 of those people are asking for an extension citing religious or medical reasons and mayor london breed says that they're on it. >> examining those that people are requesting very closely with our human resources department and for those public safety departments, we are already various employees to ensure that services are not interrupted as a result and we're moving forward with aggressive hiring more so than we have in the past. >> now aside from the police department. the city's fire chief says 41 members of the fire department are, quote, not compliant. now, there is
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another vaccine deadline approaching and that goes for city employees who don't work in high-risk areas. they have to be fully vaccinated by november. first darya. james, back to you. thanks, kayla. >> time now is 9. '08. you got to hear this story. a good guy who tried to stop a car burglars from breaking into a bunch of cars in san francisco by shouting at them ended up getting shot at in the middle of the street. the good samaritan southeast breaking into cars along the embarcadero near pier, 19 yesterday afternoon in. these are pictures that he took a knee was shouting. and when the burglar saw him, one of them startedhshooting at him. he says he ducked and luckily wasn't hit. >> i heard shots fired. so you into that need talking right jumped behind the car that i was standing next to and that's when the guys are just back out to see what was going on and that's when the guys jumped into their car. yeah. i stood up again and started hollering and yelling and screaming people to stop them. >> you believe it a little the street along the embarcadero.
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any just buy a car for safety. and then the burglars got away by that time the cops got there. they were long gone. >> o k 9 o 9. we also have to update you on the latest with pg and e there are expecting to turn off power once again today to thousands of customers because the winds and the risk of wildfire and everything else. just realize i hope they don't do it tonight. if you want to watch tv and the big dodgers and giants game okay. yeah, it is fewer customers that are notice than there were yesterday. kuz pg e says the wind isn't going to be as bad as they thought. let's take a look at the numbers. >> a fuel that could be affected. the most in napa county with more than 3,300 customers solano county, about 1300 affected and sonoma county has just about a 140 for customers who could see the lights go out or the power go out. this all depends on the winds and p g says it's just a precaution for safety. they do not want any other power lines spark a fire. alright, we'll take a quick break. it is 9.10. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning
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news. >> and east bay city considers creating buffer zone around a planned parenthood clinic to protect patients from protesters will have more on that in a moment. and the community fighting to keep the hispanic mural from being removed. we'll have the story out of san jose and coastal areas in the 60's for your highs today. not quite as windy as our inland spots which will see winds gusting as high as 35 miles per hour, especially higher up in elevation is. >> highs back into the upper 70's to low 80's inland. your forecast is ahead. and we had a busy thursday morning so far if you're heading to the city tonight. >> you have options the bar, the theory caltrain or you could drive to sleep early. look at your drive times this morning. we'll have more on that when we get back right.
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afternoon. we're not even in red flag warning territory just yet. that kicks off at 10:00am for solano county tonight for the giants versus the dodgers. we've got first pitch at 6. oh, 07:00pm sun sets a little earlier nowadays. so even though we're hitting the 70's at the ballpark earlier in the day do expect low 60's down into the upper 50's towards the end of the game will be clear skies but a little bit of a brisk winds. you want to bundle up with those layers. keep yourself cozy as you're in the stands skies, clear from the coast inland and we do have this northerly wind that has been seen for much of the week. yesterday we took a step back from it. and today we're speeding things up just a little bit. winds will be most problematic for upper elevations inland. and in the north bay, as james mentioned, solano county is our singular spot here in the bay that is under a red flag warning today. intel 08:00pm starting at 10:00am this morning. as for temperatures, it's warmer than yesterday 60's and 70's for san francisco and 60's right along the coastline. bayside cities will mostly be in the 70's and in some cases be around 10 degrees warmer
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than yesterday saying carlos a beautiful 76 same for you in campbell los gatos in saratoga east bay, daytime highs. pretty solid 70's from fremont all the way up through oakland to richmond. it's 70's along the east bay shoreline. we've got walnut creek as well as benicia 80 degrees pittsburgh in antioch in the upper 70's and mid to upper 70's from santa rosa through petaluma back into the 80's. and we're - going to stay that way into saturday or 2 warmest days of your forecast and calmer than today's about to be brea out the shorts and the t shirts for these 2, especially considering we're heading after that back down into the upper 60's to low 70's. a much cooler forecast next week. reyna john, thank you for that. not tracking any major hot spots. just an accident right here along highway 4. >> westbound for east of willow pass road conquer seen a slight delay as you're traveling there. the richmond center fell commute. as you're traveling out of richmond, a little under 11 minutes. we haven't had any major delays out of richmond. the bay bridge as you're crossing from the east bay into the city. a
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little under 60 minutes for your drive time or 5, 1880 start to slow down just a bit headed across towards the peninsula. you can make that drive in a little under 14 minutes and in the south bay, we go check in on 2 8582. no major issues star ian james, back to you. thanks a lot. it's time to talk winners and losers with our financial expert rob black morning. rob. morning daryn. so my is in the news and doing well on wall street. not not that i own it. but they have my money. bank of america. >> you know, when we're talking about a lot the last couple weeks we're talk about economic expansion, which means higher interest rates to fight inflation. so thanks to really, really well because they make money on how much they charge interest. so wall street's doing great today because bank of america, morgan stanley a city grew, even wells fargo who lot of people don't like for moral reasons and they're doing great on revenue. now, apple microsoft, facebook, google, all bouncing back 193,000
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first-time unemployment claim. that's a good number, daryn. that's first time it's been under 300,000. that's like where we should be. and healthy economy. new car cost $45,031 to bring that up because you're talk about used cars prices yesterday. so i wanted to give that kind of there is about that's why are not a new one. by the way. >> but one more thing in your headlines. what's linkedin, how how is all of china not going to any more. >> china is cracking down on or they're regulating the internet usage by their kids are regulating. how big companies get how profit they can get. they don't want companies like microsoft and facebook and apple being so dominant in their culture. they want their culture not reflect some of their so it's just a sign that it's tough to do business in china. diane, i have no direct investments in china. i've got some indirect ones like apple. i see. >> ok, now back to numbers of people who are looking for jobs and quitting their jobs. rob, are you still with us. i
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mean, it's all the rage quit. >> it's the rate you're right to 0.9% of our workforce in america. quick last month in august. i think that probably has something was going back to school. that's about 4.3 million quitters in america. my hats off to you. i get the feeling when i come back to kron, if i'm ever to be. welcome back. at point that not recognize anyone that you, james work from home anyway. what you're doing right. and they also found people prefer to work from home. >> yeah. 50% of dob inquiries are into remote work prepandemic that was about 10%. i'm around my kid to school. later cha tomorrow. so that's childcare. living wage is a big issue in america. with the higher rents in the higher cost of buying a home hazard pay working through a pandemic. people want more money for that. so we have a different work for i don't think it's going back to normal anytime soon. and then also is it true that there are 50% more jobs to choose from now. >> yeah, that's called the job
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openings and it's something the federal reserve looks at so we don't have high unemployment. we don't have super low unemployment, but there's a lot of jobs out there. that's one. the reasons people are quite trying to improve their standard of living. okay. and i know that restaurant workers fast food workers are talking about hazard pay and how hard. >> they you know, the hard pressed to find workers. >> but meantime, mcdonald's is actually gonna, i guess testing new burger right up my alley because beyond meat is my favorite. >> i'm going really is beyond me and likes to get around sauces. i find it counted appropriate. yeah, to mcdonald's is going back to make plant idea. i bring this up because it's a prepandemic play. what are what the millenials even donate because of the future buyers and shoppers. burger king's got the impossible whopper that 2 years. mcdonald's play it cool. they're playing wait and see if it's a fad or not. if they don't pass off their franchisees left labor problems. right now. they've
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got try to keep it simple training. people in and out of the restaurant faster. there's argument plants is sold sweden. sweden has when excluding denmark and the netherlands yeah. and it's just you know, it's it's a great story for beyond meat. their loser stock this year. i think this could help him turn around of donald's get serious and rolled out of united states i totally and now this is just what i make at home. i prefer the beyond meat. >> to the impossible burger. >> but i must say i don't like the way i need the fast food places make it. it's too dry and flat like a like a burger, like they do. i like it. >> it's what's your secret how to keep it juicy. i think i like i like dad burgers the way my dad always made is a true that all dads make the hamburgers like way to round like kids hate that like a bald. you make it is that burger right. and i'm guilty of that. i like it that my secret is that was your share sauce. that seems be anything i would i will never use that because i don't have to say
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talk to your child's eczema specialist about dupixent, battle is brewing in san jose over this mural neighbors are afraid that it's going to be wiped out. they don't want to lose at the mural was painted 5 years ago at south first and oak streets. >> in the washington guadalupe neighborhood and it pays tribute to de la just weirdos
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indigenous peoples and it features quotes from cesar chavez. the building's owner, though, is expected to remove this mural as part of a project to do a whole renovation and bring in tech jobs into the neighborhood. well, some residents there are begging him to reconsider. one man says that this mural has really discourage graffiti in an area that has been rife with gang activity. don't touch i think part of it is because. >> represents our culture represent your present for history. and we're trying to make our community safer and we felt that this was a solution that we all could be part of. i know the word that gentrification comes up a lot. and i think this is our first real experience with that. >> we reached out to the building's owner, but we didn't hear any comment back advocates are planning to rally to raise awareness. >> about the murals fate. this coming monday. >> in the east bay the city of walnut creek could soon be implementing a buffer zone outside of the planned parenthood clinic. there. officials say that abortion protesters are harassing
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patients as they come in and out of that clinic. and while the clinic's been there for decades. planned parenthood. leaders say that controversial abortion laws passed in other states. plus the national conversation over whether roe v wade is going to be returned has really made the clinic a much bigger target than it's ever been. the walnut creek city council has requested a report on the incident says they've been occurring outside that clinic and the mayor says if the ordinance passes this buffer zone would be enforced by the local police department. the mount diablo unified school district, by the way, is in danger of losing 28 million dollars in funding because of declining enrollment and the district revealed the financial situation along with some recommendations to address the declining enrollment and its impacts on the budget. we've got a sample of what they're thinking about doing and include things like exploring cost-saving practices like combining, maybe even collapsing classes. layoff exam in overtime policies and also explore early retirement incentives as well.
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>> it's 9.26. and coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news covid booster shots could be on the way. if you got the moderna or j and j vaccine. we're going to tell you. how they're figuring out what kind of 3rd shot her second child. you should get and a live report.
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>> 9.29. right now. beautiful shot here. the golden gate bridge and things are looking good. i think. >> this morning leading cause of the game 00:00am night yeah, i'm lining. i think it's all were things going. the giants way. we touched on in the weather center with a look at our game day forecast morning. john. good morning, guys. yeah, things are looking good so far it's calm morning here in the bay area. but is probably not because we actually do have some windy conditions at times today. >> and that is something that's especially going to be true for our inland areas. solano county, you've got a red flag warning on the way starting at 10:00am through 08:00pm tonight. now at the embarcadero where we've got this cruise ship docked right here. you can see the palms nrt swing in the wind too much. that was something we saw plenty of to start the week which was our windiest of days monday and tuesday. yesterday we took a break from it. and today we'll see winds picking back up for a lot of us but not as much as we had been seeing nice clear skies across the region. big change from yesterday is cloudy skies. and you can definitely
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see we're some spots. are those yellow to orange areas on the map showing you are higher wind gusts a little calmer along the bay shore and around 15 miles per hour gests around game time tonight oracle park 40's and 50's for current temps. we only have one 60 on the map. actually those 2 pacifica in brentwood temperatures this morning in the north bay fell into the upper 30's for some of us. so has been a cool and brisk morning just make sure you put the jackets on as you're venturing out reyna. john, thank you for that. we have a disabled vehicle. this is a long 6.80 northbound south of. >> bernal avenue in pleasanton. so we%are seeing a slight delay as you're traveling north along 6.80. there were going a close eye on things. the golden gate bridge traveling into the city a little under 22 minutes earlier we were slower there because we had a lot of fog was slowing things down just a bit as you're traveling from the east bay into the city. a little under 19 minutes. no major accidents or hazards across the bay bridge all throughout the morning. the richmond, sandra fell commute. as you travel out of richmond
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under 10. we'll leave you with a look at the san mateo bridge a little under 14 as you make your way across towards the peninsula. darya james, back to you. all right. is down to the wire. i mean, after a 109 winds each s dodgers and the giants. it comes down to winning. >> one 10. and then you could go towards the world series if not, you yeah, i do think the giants are going to pull out ahead in this one and a lot of hands think the same conversation do much with a preview of what we'll expect today. >> good morning, john fans well, it all comes down to one game which is extremely nerve-racking. if you ask me giants dodgers tonight at oracle park and they have one more practice yesterday before the game. the good news for the giants. pretty good in elimination games during that stretch of 3 world series wins. >> they played in 5 elimination games. and guess what, they won every last one
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of them. 3 guys on the current squad were around for all those winds buster posey brandon crawford and brandon belt who of course is rehabbing from a fractured thumb logan webb. we'll get the start tonight. he's heading into his first elimination game. both web and gabe kaplan said their preparation won't be all that different. but of course they respect this moment. >> we went to los angeles. was loud right there a high level of intensity in the stands and a lot of quality routing going on and i think from our standpoint, we felt the same thing we've been here at oracle parking. i think the home-field advantage comes in the form of having the support of of 40,000 people. plus you can feel that support and it's meaningful it. it it it changes the energy so that adrenaline can be used in channeled to good i think. yeah, i think it means something i'm excited to throw them specially because they got a guy back there. that's it's always come. so. even if
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i do get a little up like his will be the first on the tony to bring back down. >> it is going to be a wonderful scene out at oracle park. let me know what you think of the game. give me a prediction tweet at me at jd miles reports on twitter and instagram war on facebook at j. do mohs reports bass last dot com. >> that we've got much more giants coverage coming up. but first. >> happening today, the fda is making a talking about booster shots for j and j and moderna people have been holding hearings all morning long. both vaccines currently approved former to use only in adults. but will the booster be available as well. kron four's camila barco has been following what's been happening this morning camila. well, that could be a possibility games. this could also mean booster shots for. >> millions of more people and happening right now, the fda panel is hearing from moderna and visors. they're currently on a break. but moderna is seeking fda clearance for a
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booster similar to pfizer's it would be available for people 65 years or older as well as for adults with other health problems. jobs or living situations that put them at increased risk from the coronavirus. now with fda's approval. the shot would be given 6 months after going through the first 2 doses, however, compared to the first 2 shots. moderna advisers are proposing to cut the size of its booster by at least half so far the company has administered more than a 191 million doses. now the panel is also set to discuss a johnson and johnson booster shot tomorrow. preliminary results from a study show that people who received the j and j dose may be better off getting a booster shot from moderna or pfizer that mixing and matching of these vaccines is also part of the discussion. now the fda will make a final decision next weekend will determine whether to authorize the booster shots. if that passes the cdc,
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then debates who get some sort of james, back to you. all right. thanks a lot, hala. >> another story that we're following de la salle high school football coach justin has tested positive for covid. according to him, he says he is fully vaccinated is not experiencing any symptoms and he's quarantining like he's supposed to there is one other positive covid case on the team, but it's not clear who that is. and the team is following all of the health protocols. their game against cal high in san ramon is still scheduled to be played this friday, which is tomorrow. >> marion county is now the only and first california county to move into the cdc's yellow covid tear from moderate. >> community transit strands mission. moran is recorded less than 50 cases per 100,000 people in the past 7 days and health officials say that 92% of marines eligible population is fully vaccinated. that's the highest in the bay area. this move comes just days. the former in county is set to
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join san francisco in easing. the indoor mask requirements for gyms and offices religious gatherings and college classes. the changes mean that if there are fewer than a 100 people in those locations that everybody is vaccinated, then you don't have to wear a mask. >> well summer in city residents claim that their housing complex is being neglected on purpose so the developers can take it over and kick them out. residents of the golden gate village, which is marines largest and only family public housing development says that their homes are dilapidated and rat infested and their concerns are being ignored. >> it's still murren city and it's still home and it still the historical aspects. i'm just being an intergenerational community and. >> the whole idea of. our children going off to college and having somewhere to come back to that is home. >> that is his story. that's the most important part when it comes to. voicing that
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building a village. nice to stay. >> and the residents are asking for a deep green renovation of their existing homes, a job training program and a pathway to home ownership through the creation of a community land trust. we'll take a break. it's 9.37. coming up, ski resorts in this getting ready for more snow getting ready for skiers to hopefully return to the slopes sometime soon. >> we'll take a look at what they're doing up there icon and announcer a fauci has passed away from cancer. we're going take a moment to look back at his life and legacy. we'll be right.
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>> 9.44 and to get your skis all waxed up and your snow board ready because there's some snow in the higher lee. yes, still hanging on in some spots. we've got dennis shanahan taking a look. >> the summer fun has come and gone in the high sierra these mountains are ready for a change of seasons and up it for real. staff members have been busy boxing up the bike equipment and dusting off the skis and snowboards. they're getting the resort ready inside and out for an opening day that is fast approaching we're doing all sorts of things. get ready for the season. next. gayle is one of the managers on this mountain. i hope we have a big winter with lots of folks getting outside to enjoy the sports. they love nature delivered a dusting of snow to the slopes on friday, but it's already melted away. however, opening day. >> doesn't have to wait for nature. boreal started making snow sunday night and already has a fantastic base. we have a tentative opening date for november 19th. but however,
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just keep an eye on our website because chances of opening always exist. snowmaking system is drought friendly. pull the water that we use for snowmaking out of this pond. and refills as things melt. >> water is piped from the on-site pond to the snow machines that dot the mountain from the base to the summit we essentially below the snow. the water out up into the air and with the use of. >> you know, very fine misters as well as a fan gun to push it up into the air. and the idea is that it freezes before it hits the ground. >> for the resort to open all the obstacles under the snow need to be covered. >> obviously we need to be able to make it from the top of the chair lift to the bottom of the chair lift as well. the snow that fell friday served as a kind of welcome that cooling the ground giving the machine mates, know something to stick to and stoking optimism that we won't see bare earth on this ground again until next spring. i think this is here to stay in this season of boreal brings the return of group lessons and some indoor amenities at the end of the day. ski season is just a few
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weeks away. >> and here's the best part for for somebody who enjoy ski season like james. chocolate has even matter how much snow there as you can add as route, which i am not lot. know you call it coco. as he's 5. you've got a live look out this morning. i also got my first pair of this year. no. did you really need abide by neighbors trash >> okay, i hope they sitting by a trash can it's free, i would like a cast by banging off and there's not a lot of snow there. you just take those keys out. we're getting that's my favorite thing about san francisco. all the of, you know what it is. beautiful up lake tahoe. this is your
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diamond peak am right here looking really nice we got the sunshine out in full force up there much as we do here in the bay area. >> lake looks beautiful and clear and you can see some of that new snowfall, the peaks up there in the distance. >> right on the south side of the lake. so super welcome to be seeing that nor cal how the weather center forecast back here at home is showing conditions today for the giants versus dodgers that will be really nice and comfortable. we've got 70's for your daytime highs right around oracle park during the day. but seeing his first pitch is until 6. oh, 07:00pm tonight. we're actually going to be falling. well into the 60's. by that point, upper 50's by the end of the game. so do make sure to be bundled up as you are venturing out to the game this evening skies are clear to start the morning. we're going to stay this way through the day today. we're going to be seeing some rather strong winds into the afternoon, especially for inland areas. this is an upper red flag warning to be in effect for the central valley and for solano county starting at 10:00am here in just a few minutes and lasting until 08:00pm tonight. most of the rest of the bay area not hitting the criteria for a red flag warning humidity, not
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quite low enough and also just not as breezy as we were on monday and tuesday, but enough to make for a brisk feel along the coastline where highs will be in the 60's elsewhere in the bay today. we're talking a lot of 70's. so definitely a warm up from where we were yesterday, which was our coolest day of the forecast. some areas like san carlos woodside down into the south bay are as much as 10 degrees warmer than yesterday's cool 60's were. so this is a noticeable change and will make for a really pleasant afternoon pleasanton at 77 oakland at 70 to walnut creek as well as benicia 80 antioch in pittsburgh upper 70's. well, santa rosa in the mid 70's at 76 today. now tomorrow and saturday. our warmest of the forecast and do if you're a fan of the warmer and sunnier weather as highs will be back into the 80's some shorts and t-shirts will definitely coming in handy on these days. we cool down and stay cool into next week as temperatures fall at our warmest into the upper 60's to low 70's reyna. tom, thank you
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for that. it really got busy out there. this last 30 minutes or so. we have a hot spot. >> 80 westbound west of patrol avenue in el serino. so we have an overturned vehicle there. at least 2 lanes are currently blocked san pablo avenue runs just adjacent to that. if you're trying to get around those delays. another accident up here in pittsburgh westbound for east of bailey road. and we're watching that not as bad as the delay as were seen along 80 heading into the city a little under 60 minutes, no major issues. remember, if you're watching the game tonight, the early you could take bart the ferry or caltrain headed across towards the peninsula. little under 13 minutes. and another traffic collision. this is out in pleasanton. this is 6.80 northbound south of bernal avenue. so again, we are seeing delays. at least one lane. there is blocked daryn. james, back to you. thanks it's 9.50. and we all know that the raiders are moving on without their head coach jon gruden was forced to resign. >> after racist homophobic and misogynistic emails were found. you wrote them over a
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seven-year period when he worked for espn. but because of this, he lost his job. he's being removed from the bucs wall of fame and he is going to be off of video games being removed and the raiders now. well, they have to keep playing with this cloud of controversy hanging over them, how they going to do it. here's quarterback and team captain derek carr. >> a lot of emotions obviously. didn't see. all of this coming. don't think any of us to just kind of caught us all by surprise. you but. there will be a day for those feelings. there will be a day at a time. talk about all that you know and i'll get into some of it. you have more questions, but. from an emotional standpoint, i got a job to do and that's never changed no matter who the coach is. no matter who's on the team with i have a job to do and that's to lead these men. that's to keep their eye on the ball and the raiders are going to face the broncos in denver on sunday. >> 9.52 the time. we'll be right back.
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>> 54 and it's the giants against the dodgers and me against she's not wearing blue. but i know who are you rooting for. and i definitely
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a little more neutral on. yeah. if well talk covering on kron-on today. moraine county just entered the cdc's yellow tier of covid-19 transmission. so we'll have live reports throughout the day. >> taking a look at what that means for the county's covid says statistics and what it will need for covid restrictions and see that story and to get real-time updates on all your local and national headlines. grab your phone and scan the qr code on your screen. it will take you straight to your phone's app store so you can download kron-on for free back to you guys. the dodgers, he has the so last second. all okay. well, so we covering today going with a quick story on your and maybe some good news for you if you're in the market by house because it seems like the market cooling off just a touch here locally. >> and the one example we can pull is from alameda county where homes had been up till
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just recently. then on the market for about 13 days before they're but well, looks like now homes are starting to be on the market for about 30 days before their snapped up and realtors believe may be the reason why is because of buyer burnout. >> but i am seeing buyers coming up to open houses that have said that they stepped out of the market for a while because they were tired of losing out in bidding war spiers began to. >> kind of run out of patience. you know, buyer beier's begin to pull back and say this, these prices are a little too rich for me. a little too steep for me. we're going to kind of regroup and reconsider. >> they were running out of patience. they're running out of so you'll see things are on the market a little bit longer. if you have the money or maybe want to mortgage your house and buy a ticket for tonight's baseball are going to be tonight. is there anything that's a burden that people are not when the giants are playing as well as they are some 70's for your highs
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today. game time tonight expect some 60's and upper 50's definitely bundle up for a notorious got. >> her giants gear 80's friday and saturday, though. so we warm back up before cooling back down, ok, they all get them fully expecting to be back here tomorrow morning. right in celebration mode. thrilled at nice victory. okay. >> with we go on the next.
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