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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good saturday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow. and i'm will tran. i should brought my jacket this morning let's fall chili, but i know it's going to be warm today but rain tomorrow. yeah. the sun is shining now. but dave spahr has got a little bit more detail on what we can expect through the rest of the weekend 8th. >> noel will. good morning. good morning, everybody. and today it's going to feel like a pretty decent fall like day. early fall. that is so quite warm and see a lot of 80's across the board here. enjoy it because you're probably not
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going to see it really again in the seven-day forecast. we have some traffic. that's good traffic coming our way. this going to be unsettled for the week ahead, starting things off. kind of picturesque view here of half moon bay. there's fairly clear skies there. not a lot of fog working its magic. the golden gate bridge. we can get a nice clear picture here as well. temperature check for you got some 40 still hanging on up in the north bay 50's around the bay itself. inland were 50's 40's mixture with 53 san jose. there's that white line off towards the west left-hand side of your screen. that's only the first of many for the week ahead. going to be a nice juicy. we coming our way. it's going to be kind of reminiscing a little bit of winter, almost little bit with the systems coming. 7211 by 2. we're talking 82 degrees. coming up a little bit will be walking. you through what the forecast looks like, noel in. well. >> well, hopefully, dave, a lot of humidity be as we begin our newscast with the latest on the estrada fire burning right now in santa cruz county, cal fire says a controlled prescribed burn in the area actually jumped a
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containment line and then started spreading to 150 acres. that's right. and back away. shuns have been issued orders are in effect right now for 4 zones. and the area. >> those are communities that sat right up against mount madonna county park. another zone more to the north in the summit area is only under an evacuation warning right now. but that means people there in that yellow shaded area need to be prepared to evacuate if those flames do inch closer, the red cross has set up an evacuation center at the car leto's community church. we have the address listed there on your screens. it's listed on our website as well. kron four's camila barco is on her way down there this morning. she's going to bring us a live report in about 30 minutes with the very latest there on the estrada fire. >> in santa barbara county highway one oh, one along the got vo tow sock got togs skews me coastline is back open in both directions following its closure because of the fire. the fire burned nearly 17,000 acres. and so far this
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morning, 41% contained. the railway parallel to one o one is reopened and amtrak's pacific surfliner in coast starlight. they're expected to resume service in both directions. probably sometime this morning. 3 homes were destroyed, including one abandoned house and a mobile home. >> some stunning video from the san joaquin valley. this is the knp complex fire that's burning in sequoia and kings canyon national parks containment has jumped to 45% after nearly 1500 firefighters responded to this brush fire burned about 88,000 acres so far crews have been trying to save the sequoia trees in the area by wrapping them with a certain type of 10 foil that can withstand high heat. but sadly the fire did burn at least 2 giant sequoia groves. turning now to our coronavirus coverage this morning. an fda
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panel is endorsing booster. shots of the johnson and johnson vaccine. the panel voted to approve the shot for americans 18 and older at least 2 months after immunization. that same panel is still debating whether people who qualify for boosters can mix and match their vaccine brands, though some studies have shown doing so is safe and effective. >> many americans are taking matters into their own hand that i'm reading in the media that people are getting boosters or make things different. from there. you know, primary care providers or by not revealing what they got before. so i think it's a matter of some urgency for fda help sort out what is admittedly a complicated and challenging scenario. >> there is mounting evidence that people who received the johnson johnson vaccine could benefit more from a pfizer did a moderna booster. one study suggests those people had a greater increase in antibody levels when they got the pfizer or moderna booster as opposed to a j and j booster.
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>> the holiday season coming up very shortly to bay area counties. they're actually creating drops in covid infections and hospitalizations for being able to start easing some of those restrictions just in time as the holidays are just about near us. and the new guidelines actually went into effect yesterday. masks are no longer required in gyms. offices, religious gatherings in college. this college classes in san francisco and marin counties. there's there is only allowed where people show proof of vaccination and everyone is fully vaccinated in san francisco. some of the people exercising inside fitness centers. as you see there continue to wear their masks but most people working out where we went to yesterday. chose not to wear them. >> i feel pretty good about you know, it's been a long year and it's been a little while since we've, you know, not be able to wear a mask of the gemini feel pretty safe about it. i'm still going to wear them. i think we still have, you know, cases here in the city.
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>> marin county also starting easing mask and mask requirements yesterday. it is now following the same rules as san francisco in contra. costa county says it will be begin lifting its mask mandate sometime next month in berkeley workers at some businesses will now have to show proof that they have been fully vaccinated and that applies to employees at restaurants bars theaters, gyms and other fitness studios. the rule also applies to workers at any indoor event with more than a 1000 people and all public and private child care facilities. >> happening today, the pleasanton unified school district is offering free rapid antigen tests for students attending homecoming this weekend. the clinic is from 10:00am until noon. it's going to be at the school district's health services building on abby street and appointment is required here. a link to register is on the school district's website. >> and in the east bay, the city of oakland launched its new covid community clinic in
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downtown oakland. the clinic offers free covid tests and vaccinations every day of the week. it is open from 9 o'clock to 5 so in a little less than 2 hours from now. begins taking in people. no appointment is required that's the good news. the clinic is at 2.50 frank, a a gallup plaza next to city hall. it will open through november. 30th. >> coming up here on the kron 4 morning news, a top union leader in california charged with multiple felonies here with the state attorney's office is accusing her of tax fraud. >> plus new video released in the murder of a 15 year-old girl. what oakland police know so far in their investigation.
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to offer service beyond 09:00pm on halloween night. bart already offers midnight service monday through saturday. they say it's going to benefit people celebrating the holiday which does on a sunday this year and those attending the outside lands concert and san francisco as well. stick with us copper morning news continues right after the break.
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could be charged route fees next month. if they go over their water usage. allotments. this comes as santa clara county and let's face it yeah. we are in extreme drought conditions. that's right. san jose water notified the public that the company wants customers to reduce their usage by 15%. kron four's gayle ong has details. >> we're asking people to do because we don't know what the winter this winter wilber's ski with santa d water says the company has notified customers about mandatory water conservation rules that includes fees to the average home uses 10 units of so unit >> under you be able to it's 15% of the 8 units a month. so basically used over your allocation. you'll be charged $7.13 on friday. the company filed a request for the california public utilities commission.
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>> to authorize the water shortage contingency plan that will implement drought surcharge is >> don't water the laws as frequently. >> san jose water customers james and monique harris receive those messages. we have much >> double garden this summer because we knew that we would be able to water just much, especially tomatoes. they take so much hotter. and we're also making sure every load at the dishwasher of the washing machine is completely will enter the water provides drinking water to about 1 million customers in the south bay. >> 50% of the water supply is provided by the santa clara valley water district its wholesale provider. the other half comes from the santa clara groundwater basin and the santa cruz mountains as the region deals with another extreme drought. customers are asked to cut down on usage. how tell your nation we asked people to only water twice a week for only 15 minutes. >> you know, the evening
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10:00pm to we asked people not to wash their cars in the driveway. harris's say they are not worried about extra water fees that. >> is not the reason we're trying to cut back its we need to do that, especially if we don't have a lot of >> year. >> san jose water will hold a public hearing on october 28. and if its proposed rules are approved by the state. they will take effect mid november here in los gatos. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> we need rain. we really, really do. we are in i mean, we're parched, obviously, as you just heard there way they're asking people to conserve their water kind of everywhere. i'm hoping that we do get a little bit of rain. this one i think we'll get some rain tomorrow day, but not a lot, well, not a whole lot, but it's the beginning of several we've got like the series going on there. one tv's to have those. yes. are birds? we like that. it's not even cable. 7 regular broadcast. remember i'm old enough good stuff so much. don't do anyway. you talk
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about the drought earlier, just to revamp again, we've got exceptional over good 2 thirds, the bay. the rest is extreme. so you can see we really need this. this is october now. so typically, we don't start to see things change a little bit. >> to get to november. but for the 10 day forecast ahead. boy, it is sweet and maybe take a bite out of this. what you see in the west. look at the coverage area of words, extreme and exceptional good coverage area. there. we'll see how that changes maybe about a week from now. thursday's when they come out with the new updates picture for you at half moon bay. pretty clear going on here as the sun just starts to join us today. there's a line that's going to change things. but for today, looks pretty good. so enjoy your activities that you got to do, get out and about and so forth because tomorrow although the rain is probably hold off for most of the day. you'll get some windy like conditions. some scattered clouds expected for tomorrow. in fact, of advance this to sunday because the somewhat uneventful going on for today. going through the day itself, scattered clouds variable. if you like a couple of spritzes and light rain going on at the coast prior to
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sunset and this takes us sunday morning and then by the afternoon evening. that's we get into what that line is expected right around the dinner hour supper or whatever that will happen. 5, 6 o'clock or so. it breaks up clear skies clear and then right. probably do in the morning commute on your monday, maybe another bout of some rain earlier, this is the first of many over the next about 10 days a lot more where that came from, how the winds fair with this. well, today an eventful little bit of a typical onshore wind. that's it early tomorrow morning. winds start picking up there around the delta in the east bay wham hears. it goes onshore winds. all the trappings of a winter type storm. we tend to see this more in the winter months. this is a nice little treat in october to get some of this action here. no statements about the wind here yet, but they might issue something later on. but this is again sunday evening. the rain is going to be about here. so the line in typical fashion starting in the north bay spreading out across the east bay and the peninsula then by monday morning. that's what it looks like little bit breezy
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conditions left over. so for today, mostly sunny and warm 70's for the coast 80's for the bay and inland tomorrow. variable clouds in cooler windy thrown in there, too showers and rain by the evening hours. then for the week ahead. unsettled week. we'll call it a few shots of rain. another one looks to be around wednesday thursday. another one into friday. it continues to the weekend and early into the following week. today, 77 san francisco. you'll notice a big temperature change, too. and the next 48 hours, 81 for oakland san jose at 86 got plenty of those middle 80's in the far east bay. we'll have more of that and the 4 zone forecast too. well. >> day. there is a new development in the plan to build the oakland a's a waterfront ballpark at howard terminal oakland mayor libby shaft. she wants to build bench, so to speak as she's asking mayors across alameda county to sign a letter of support of the new ballpark, the letter encourages the alameda county board of supervisors to opt in to the infrastructure finance district that will fund. they're creating creation of
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the ballpark. the city of alameda will decide if he wants to sign the letter at its meeting on tuesday. then the letter will pre be presented to the alameda county board of supervisors on october 26th. >> the leader of california's largest labor union is facing possible prison time former california s e i u leader alma hernandez and her husband have been booked into the sacramento county jail they're both accused of tax fraud and in moment, kron four's ashley zavala explains what's next for the couple. >> and so my within a matter of days i had none. this went from leading california's largest workers union to being booked into the sacramento county jail following an arraignment friday the former executive director of california's service employees international union and her husband jose moscoso were taken into custody. adnan this and moscoso each face multiple felony charges including tax fraud, embezzlement and perjury. the state attorney general's office says an
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investigation found the couple underreported their income by more than one 0.4 million dollars over the span of 5 years in the criminal complaint filed earlier this week. investigators said adnan this also misused a political fundraising account to pay her husband for work. he did not do >> the couple's attorney, jeffrey tsai would not answer questions as he walked out of the courthouse friday as of late friday afternoon adnan this had been released from jail online records show her husband is ineligible for bail at none. this has resigned from her role as california. >> which represents more than 700,000 workers across the state. in a statement the unions council said in part it is deeply concerned by the allegations and is doubling down on efforts to ensure all officers and staff at here to the highest level of ethical and financial conduct the couple's next hearing is set for november 9th in sacramento. ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. well, relive, i don't want to do this, but we will re list of the biggest
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moments from the you know, i was laughing from the best regular season of the giants in team history says the dodgers.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> good morning. a mix of emotions for giants fans and probably players and coaches after historic season comes to
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an end resilient. sf was a fitting tagline for the 2021 giants, representative of a group of players who achieved what no one thought was possible and the struggles that so many have faced during the pandemic instead of recapping what happened in that final nl ds game. i want to take a look back at the moments during the 2021 season that inspired a city and a fan base when it needed it most. >> another one too. a clubhouse and there's is extremely special in. it's because it's for great people that. the friends with your whole life in when you take the field you know, everyone's got your pulling in the same direction. yes, you know, step up became second step up for you. if it. you saw examples
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all guys go down property is cut. it says so many expectations this year bars in the race for us going into next year and going into spring. in season. so we're not going to sneak up on anybody the guys in that clubhouse has >> and it
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>> bag. it's just about the 7.30 here on this saturday morning. will tran talkign talking lot of stuff you see here what we talk about their income or and when we do talk about it is cold and at some rain. we just did a story about trout. yes, yes. dave said we're actually in a position to get a little bit more rain than what we've seen in systems pass, right, dave, it looks like it. and not only that, you know, this time of year. it's a little bit early. a dozen you start getting here to november. we get our wet season a bit. but hey, if it has to turn off early will take it. >> and also this comes with some snow up in the mountains. >> that's good news as well to kind of pack that up there. but this is just the beginning. what you're going to see tomorrow night. there's more yet to come upstream. we're starting things off in a night note. nice note, a pretty nice for your saturday if you want to get out and about because tomorrow a little unsettled. i think the rain will hold off really until the evening hours. this is what it looks like in half moon bay kind of clear going on here. mostly 40's up in the north bay 50's around the perimeter of the bay got 48 off to livermore and tri
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valley and that you will notice as far as when trackers concern. we've got the single digits or calm winds. that's another factor. you're going to notice particularly tomorrow with a little breeze going on this afternoon. but it's really going to pick up tomorrow even during the day pre storm 72 by 11 by 2, we're talking 82 in the coming up in a bit. of course, we'll have the 4 zone forecast. but will also walk for you. not just the rain coming tomorrow night but also and successive days in the next week. noel and well. dave cal fire is blaming a prescribed burn for the estrada fire currently burning right now in santa cruz county. it actually started as than trying to prevent a larger fire and then it jumped the fire line. >> and this all happened yesterday. evacuation orders are in effect as fire crews try to get the fire under control. this time lapse video. >> from yesterday. crews have been able to make some by this morning. the fire has grown to about a 150 acres. kron four's camila barco joins us live now from santa cruz with a little bit more detail camila. i know
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that containment has grown this morning. yes. >> yeah, well, we're all right grown a little bit. yes, 10% is what i'm being told and i'm currently at the santa county fairgrounds for cal fire officials of have met this morning to talk a little bit about that progress. and with me is and larkin. he is the unit for the cal fire santa cruz san mateo area. so talk to me a little bit about that containment. and in just the progress that you guys have made overnight. >> last night. our crews are out on the line and made a really good progress. they were actually able to put a hose line around the entire perimeter of the fire and they were able to put control lines, primary control where we actually a script remember us for good portion of the fire. but this morning are concentrations going to be can connect to the rest of those dots to make sure that control line is a 100% in place. >> and at last check what i the fire had burned a 150 is
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that number still the same. or has it grown. >> we're estimating it's anywhere from a 10250 acres today. we're going to concentrate on getting the some folks out taxi ground truth that where we actually have them walk the perimeter. so we have a better idea of the exact acreage of what is actually burned. and let's go back to how this all just about 24 hours ago. cal fire was during a prescribed burn. soaking talk a little bit about. >> how that started where we are now. yes, fire participate. so with property owners and vegetation management program where we do feel reduction burns on private property with the cooperation of the property owner and yesterday and we were conducting one of those the burn was scheduled to be between 1520 acres. >> depending what our success was. and that right towards the we a little bit of a slop over. i'm outside primary containment line. that created a a fire that was got into some receptive fuel and that outpace the resources that we had a sign of the times that we ought minute. i brought an aircraft and we went to no you
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to get this thing under at that time. >> and have there been any homes threatened. i know you guys have evacuation orders in place. so where are where you guys got to this morning with that. >> so this morning we're going to be talking with the sheriff's department on a repopulation of the areas that we evacuated last night. those are just in the event that the it still contained within on the vegetation now. but we're working with the sheriff's part of this morning to try to get folks back into the residence as soon as possible. >> and have there been any homes damage and structures damaged. any chance. >> no structures damaged at this time of the fire is burning in the wild land. there are some threaten structures at and we took those precautionary just to to make sure we got people out of the way in the event that that we had a rapidly expanding event. >> and i know that there was a community was open for the public to go overnight. i mean, is that still open are words that span.
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>> yes. so the county office of emergency that you see opened a a a reception center. they had 7 members of the public come in and seek assistance and that they were able to handle that that need for the public and they have since close at center and i'm more of as needed come forward, they will assist them and get them some assistance. >> and then just right what happens this morning. i know you were talking about how you guys are focusing on one part could talk a little about that. more. >> yes. so there's a specific areas that were giving us some problems. it's very, very steep terrain. that's it. it's tied up in a drainage right now and that we're working very diligently this morning to get resources in there to finish cutting that section a line out and putting a control line. and so that we get better containment on this. the good news is no one is her and you guys have made some progress overnight. so we appreciate that. thank you so very, very we appreciate talking to you. so. >> well. we'll there has been progress made overnight the
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fire has bring about a 100 to a 150 acres. of course, we have more information on kron 4 dot com. and as we get more information, we will bring it to you. back to you guys. alright camila, thank you for that live report. >> oakland police have released new video which they hope will help catch the killer of a 15 year-old girl. she was murdered last wednesday. she was a passenger in her uncle's vehicle when someone in another car began shooting at them. kron 4 says medium has more. >> this is senseless and we need to get together and find out who did this. a desperate plea from the mother of 15 year-old shamar young asking people to get involved to help solve her daughter's murder. >> now someone has come forward and gave police surveillance video of a car suspected to have been used in last wednesday's road rage shooting city councilmember noel guile says this is an important first step in solving a crime like this. but it's not the last step.
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>> the video surveillance that we as a community need to step forth and be willing to testify or to identify the individuals that are committing the crime. this is a photo of the recent memorial celebrating the life of shamar young, both fremont high school in the east oakland, bad crop avenue, location of the suspected road rage incident or the councilmember geils district. he says it is common for his office to receive videos of crimes. but. >> finds that help from the community. often there. i received photos and videos. many thais matter of fact, even. >> an hour ago i was confronted here at the bar station and there i'm a explaining to me or telling me what is happening across from her home, but she doesn't want to get involved you know, single people out. oakland police investigators described the vehicle with the video as an early 2000 silver 2 door
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honda accord council member says he hopes this tragic loss of life will inspire more people to come forward. >> they tell police investigators what they know about other crimes in oakland. if we know who did it. we got to be able to. >> identify the individuals that are committing the crime. anyone with information is asked to contact the oakland police department homicide section at the number you see on the screen. has it made kron. 4 news. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news holiday season just right around the corner. why it might take you a little bit longer to get your package and believe it or not, this is a political issue coming up, we'll tell you how democrats are responding.
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>> 7.41 on this saturday morning. and mail delivery for many americans continues to slow down even as the holiday season approaches. not good news there. recent changes like longer first-class mail delivery times and cuts to post office. hours are part of a 10 year plan that was announced earlier this year. a house committee actually held a field hearing in chicago over this debate. jesse turner has more. >> it's an attack on seniors. parents and small businesses across the country. lawmakers sent a message to the u.s. postal service friday. the agency is not delivering for the american people missing service standards hurts those
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who rely on the postal service and ultimately can prove to be a death spiral for the postal service at a special remote hearing in chicago, virginia congressman jerry connelly said post office problems like improper scanning and staffing shortages lead to late fees on bills and delayed medications for customers. these delays are especially concerning and potentially life threatening. many in congress blamed the changes, the agency's leader postmaster general louis dejoy continues to make someone came to my business and said i got an idea. >> i'm going to reduce the value of your a raise its price. it said yourself. you think that's a winning combination. >> joys plan includes longer delivery times cuts to post office hours and more expensive. postage to erase a projected 160 billion dollar loss over the next decade. let's make it very clear the post office has had issues. >> for before the current postmaster general, pennsylvania congressman fred keller once widespread reforms to the postal service.
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>> and congress is debating various legislation to do so. but in the meantime, a union representative for letter carriers said the agency needs to deliver for them to we are embarrassed by what the postal service has become in washington. i'm jessi tenure. >> and we will be right back. on the kron 00:00am morning news in just a few minutes from
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>> welcome back. 7.45 here on this saturday morning. it's my mom's birthday today. happy birthday of all. i don't know. she's watching just yet. we'll have to repeat this maybe in the next hours. so if to to make sure she is watching catch that. but mother nature has cooked up a beautiful, beautiful day for us. that's quite tower. look, i know or orange to match its not chai orange. have we won. we would have been hosting game won it. he that i'm bitter about >> let's talk about that sunshine, though, because, dave, we've got the sun today, but we are going to see some rain soon. noel and will. good by the way, will the ideal starr for us to be by is an orange door. so you got something cooking. they're technically san jose state going on little engineer department looks like they're alive as well as you can see about those dyson spheres do the. >> to the drilling anyway. here's what's going on here for future cast winds. want to jump to this real quick because today someone an eventful yes, sure. but tomorrow even before the rain
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chance chance gets here will be late in the day on our sunday. so during the sunday. yeah, the winds are kicking up in the afternoon. variable clouds. much cooler change of weather completely. everybody will know what you'll feel. you'll see it everything. the rain, though, looks like it's going to be here probably later in the day as we approach around 4 5 o'clock starting up in the north bay spreading out down to the south. that's the typical winter like pattern when you can remain quite active all the way to around midnight as we speak. now, the weather service doesn't have any statements involving that win probably because it's too short. a time period. now let's see what we're going to collect here. it's not know or showering but will take every that we get. here's sunday at 2 o'clock. this is probably to some coastal drizzle going on. pri storm action and then here we go. here's that way. the marches through. this takes us to about 1045. yeah. amounts are light mostly under a dime. as you can see except near around the coast. but then towards the southeast in. alameda county notice around. you can see livermore in hayward a little bit of a hit happens there from a little
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way the marches through overnight and early on monday morning as i mentioned before, this is only the first of several ways. so that's the first one this weekend. notice the mountain snow is good for the bank account that middle of the week. another wave comes by tuesday night through wednesday. have some lingering thursday. then into friday saturday next weekend, another one comes through. look at this sunday into monday. really juicy one with this know what's good about this is the models agree they disagree on timing and some nuance and whatever. but they all seem to be barking out this program. this is going all the way out to not this monday but next monday. so hopefully we're stuck in this nice little weather pattern delivering if you will, 4 zone forecast coming your saturday. 77 san francisco. we've got 70's at the coast. so this is like early fall like feel lots of sunshine mild winds, lower 80's even as we get into the peninsula foster city 83 here 82 palo alto 84 mountain view. and the south bay. we've got some middle 80's working here milpitas about 83 santa clara
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8586 cupertino east bay shoreline to the south lower 80's for tri valley. we're in the middle 80's at that 87 walnut creek concord 86 enjoy this. you're going to be a change of clothing for sunday 78 for berkeley. the 75 86 coming in for fairfield map at 8585 for santa rosa. let's do it. the 7 day. okay. we got the late showers on sunday. another opportunity wednesday friday. and as we talked through next weekend into the following week. however, notice these lows. we're dipping down to about 38 on monday shows you some of that colder air in place here and clear skies as we get to the overnight hours. we'll know. well. >> we are ending off the cultural celebration of hispanic heritage month. >> with a drink. hey, we like that. a famous texas based vodka brand is helping communities one cocktail at a time. britain right now shows us how. >> there's so much going on downtown right. everyone wants to be where the action is. folk-pop petito sign and waltz in looking for something to wet their whistle. but instead
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>> in southern california. an extreme halloween attraction returns for its 5th year in fullerton. it's known as the 17th door hunting experience lows of demented prison guards frightening clowns and strange prisoners await those who make their way through all 17 doors. this experience is more intense than your average halloween attraction with trigger warnings and a waiver guests must sign before entering on the 17th store's website reads a guests might be exposed to insects electrical shocks strobe lights moving floors. and that's us. the tip of the iceberg and even a word as safe for mercy for those who want to opt out of a room. the attraction will be open until
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the 31st celebrating all spooky season. sounds like squid game. the big no from me. else. >> what a big yes is the nutcracker returning to the san francisco. the daisy to are going virtual last year. i mean, i'm more of a christmas person that halloween person not to say that the performances will be taking place at the war memorial opera. house beginning december 10th and it continues through december 30th in order to see the performance all attendees aged 12 and older must provide proof of vaccination with a photo id. those who are under the age of 12 need to have a negative covid-19 test result within 48 hours of the show and this is a fun one for the kids, especially in addition, all attendees are going to have to be wearing a mask at all times tickets are now on sale head over to our website. kron 4 dot com. we've got a little bit more detail on the nutcracker. i'm with you and your christmas. yeah. still ahead here. the next hour the morning news evacuation orders in effect right now as fire
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crews try get the a straw to fire down in santa cruz county under control. we've got details on how they think it all started coming up in a live report. >> plus, booster shots of the johnson and johnson vaccine are being endorsed what decisions an fda panel has approved next. we'll have all that in just a few minutes from now as the kron 00:00am morning news continues right after the commercial break.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning >> good saturday morning. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow and i'm will tran. it is a chris fall saturday morning. so grab a jacket. but in california, no. well, you know, have a jacket, but then you'll be taking it off air and then you put it back on its a whole thing started around in a way do that as a child, a lot. yeah, i have totally re adopted the tying the jacket around the situation out here. dave spahr says that you might need those jackets a little bit more than usual, though, because we've got some potential rain in our forecast. dave. yeah, good morning, guys. good morning, everybody. and keep those jackets handy and get some rain gear ready to go that umbrella. just keep it in the in the back of the car there because you're trying to get all this week and into the next weekend. so we're starting a different trend in the forecast today. kind of a nice fall-like day. we'll have those temperatures well in the
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80's in the inland valleys. but to start things off. yeah. a little bit of an orange hue that's turning more yellow now. we see at sfo no delays happening there and jets kind of tax of the way out. >> golden gate bridge looking pretty good here as well as we start off with very little fog in this way, although probably little bit more tomorrow. 50's cover good chunk of the bay. some 40 still inland. we haven't had too much time for daytime heating yet there's the big game changer. the first of many the white line. you can see off towards the left-hand side of your screen, out to the west. that's going bring us some rain. it looks like by tomorrow evening, 5, 6 o'clock. the time. looks like breaking it down for you. 76 today at high noon to 3.84 modest on the winds today. we'll have more on your forecast and break it down for you coming up in just a bit. well, well. >> dave, hopefully the humidity levels will cooperate in the santa cruz county area because right now cal fire is blaming a prescribed burn for the estrada fire that's happening in santa cruz county. this is a time lapse from the fire from yesterday. you can see over noel's right
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shoulder evacuation orders are in effect as fire crews try to get the fire under control. that's right. the fires, 10% contained right now. it's grown to about a 150 acres since last night kron four's camila barco joining us live now from santa cruz. >> with a little bit more details. good morning. camila. >> good morning, you guys. so yeah. calfire just wrapped up their briefing about an hour ago and they tell me like you guys said firefighters have made significant progress overnight take a look at your screen. this is what firefighters were battling in the middle of the night that start a fire started almost 24 hours ago. as you guys said, cal fire was conducting a prescribed burn out those flames jumped a containment line and spread. the fire has burned between a 100 to a 150 acres and is 10% contained as of this morning. crews were on scene all night to make sure that that fire didn't spread. now a new group of firefighters have just left
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the fairgrounds to head to the scene to give back crew from overnight. a break. now the unit chief here from the santa cruz, san mateo area are hoping to get evacuees back home some time today. evacuation orders are still in place. and if you take a look at this map. you'll notice that they are in the and 7 area. the unit chief tells me no homes or structures are damaged. there was an evacuation center opened at core leaders community center. but that has sense being close now, if you're wondering about your evacuation zone if you have any questions, if you are under an evacuation order easiest way to find out is just going to zone. hey, that, of course, noel, will we have a lot information on our website at kron 4 dot com. back to you guys. >> alright camila, thank you for that live report. we do have some coronavirus news to get to this morning. an fda panel is endorsing booster. shots of the johnson and johnson vaccine. the panel voted to approve the shot. >> 4 americans, 18 and older
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at least 2 months after immunization. that same panel is still debating whether or not people who qualify for boosters can mix and match their vaccine brands, though there are some studies that have shown doing so is safe and effective. >> many americans are taking matters into their own hands that i'm reading in the media that people are getting boosters or make things different. there, you know, primary care providers or by not revealing what they got before. so i think it's a matter of some urgency for fda help sort out what is admittedly a complicated and challenging scenario. >> there is mounting evidence that people who received the johnson johnson vaccine could benefit more from the pfizer or moderna booster. one study actually suggest those people have a greater increase in antibody levels when they got pfizer or moderna booster as opposed to a j and j booster. >> the u.s. will officially reopen its borders to vaccinated travelers on november 8th the move should
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expand travel options for those who've gotten the vaccine and those living in europe who want to come visit family here are very excited about leaders have applauded the move this week saying it will help the local economy sell rivera has more from san diego. >> now that we have a date for the end of the border restrictions. november 8th. there are still a lot of questions that remain, especially in regards to children and how the vaccination requirements will work. >> like every morning, even throughout the pandemic with the border restrictions in place people stream out of the pedestrian side of the san ysidro port of entry into the u.s. to go to work school for doctors appointments and other essential reasons they have not been able to cross the border to go shopping or to simply go for a visit. but on november 8th the restrictions are scheduled to end travelers arriving through ports of entry via rail and ferry will
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have to prove they are fully vaccinated. if asked by customs and border protection agent in only 7 vaccines approved by the world health organization will be allowed children from mexico will likely not be able to cross the border into the u.s. since almost no one under 18 has been vaccinated in mexico. for business owners, just north of the border in towns like san ysidro, california. they are happy the restrictions are finally coming to an end. but some have concerns about whether shoppers from mexico will in fact return in big numbers. one store manager told border report a lot of people in mexico are hurting and the peso is very weak against the dollar and that could hurt their sales at the cash register salvador rivera border report. for your health. this holiday season. the cdc is reminding people to stay safe over the holidays, including the obvious reminders to get vaccinated.
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>> and get the booster shot. if you are eligible and if there are young children not yet eligible for a shot, keep them around people who are vaccinated, people with weak immune systems should continue to wear masks and keep their distance from each other. whenever possible. >> coming up here on the kron 00:00am morning news, a top union leader in california is charged with multiple felonies here. why the state attorney's office accusing her of tax fraud. >> plus a daughter accuses richmond's police chief of abuse. why the chiefs attorney says the accusations are not true.
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>> 8. '09, on this saturday morning. and now a story of heroism when a man who saw a small plane crash in sacramento county jumped into action that plane crash thursday afternoon with 4 people on board near a private airstrip. it caused a small vegetation fire and a man who saw it all happen jumped out of his truck and ran across the street with a fire extinguisher. >> the plane flipped around came flying skid through this lady's front yard and crashed into the front gate right here. the guy that was flying with a broken leg came crawling out of the flames are sprayed him off with my fire extinguisher. and then i just help them get as far as away from their plan is possible.
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>> the pilot, a pregnant woman and 2 teenagers on board were taken to the hospital. all in critical condition. >> bart will be offering extended late night service on halloween. they have not fully released the service plan yet, but they say they plan to offer service beyond 9 o'clock at night. it already offers midnight service monday through saturday. they say it will benefit people celebrating. of course, halloween and those attending the outside lands concert in san francisco bay. >> it will be a warm of early fall like day for today as we see plenty of 80's going on. well inland. but it's an unsettled weather pattern for us for the week ahead a look at forecast. we come back to kron 4 morning news continues. lowe's showrooms have a variety of stylish flooring you'll love for years to come. like pergo wetprotect. and stainmaster.
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because we don't know what the winter this winter wilber's ski with santa d water says the company has notified customers about mandatory water conservation rules that includes fees to the average home uses 10 units of so unit >> under you be able to it's 15% of 8 units a month. so basically used over your allocation. you'll be charged $7.13 on friday. the company filed a request for the california public utilities commission. >> to authorize the water shortage contingency plan that will implement drought surcharge is >> don't water the laws as frequently. >> san jose water customers james and monique harris receive those messages. we have much >> double garden this summer because we knew that we would be able to water just much, especially tomatoes. they take so much hotter. and we're also
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making sure every load at the dishwasher of the washing machine is completely will enter the water provides drinking water to about 1 million customers in the south bay. >> 50% of the water supply is provided by the santa clara valley water district its wholesale provider. the other half comes from the santa clara groundwater basin and the santa cruz mountains as the region deals with another extreme drought. customers are asked to cut down on usage. how tell your nation we asked people to only water twice a week for only 15 minutes. >> you know, in the evening, 10:00pm to we asked people not to wash their cars in the driveway. harris's say they are not worried about extra water fees that. >> is not the reason we're trying to cut back its we need to do that, especially if we don't have a lot of >> year. >> san jose water will hold a public hearing on october 28. and if its proposed rules are approved by the state. they will take effect mid november
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here in los gatos. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> that drought is definitely dave spahr has got a little bit more detail terms of mapping out of those more extreme drought areas here in the bay, maybe a little bit of rain tomorrow, but more rain as the week moves on day. yeah. that's what it looks like an even. and after that too. so these reports you come out on thursday's will see that takes a bite out of this at all. we've got extra exceptional drought for the north bay east bay. the peninsula technically is in the extreme category. so perhaps after this week ahead will be able to chip away at this a little bit. >> we shall see. a live shot looking at sfo with this hour now. no delays sunshine in place. and that will be the case for everybody going on for today. this is the game changer. the start to the inaugural front that we get of the series of many of them. it looks like for the week ahead next weekend and even to the following week looks like it's going for this all the way out told the overnight hours got some scattered clouds working
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here for tomorrow morning. we'll have the variable clouds coastal drizzle possible here. winds building all day. then by the evening is when that line of rain starts to move through the first of many. so most of the day's going to be some variable clouds and when he like conditions and cooler temperatures and all that after this line moves through. we'll have a break up and rain. and tomorrow morning a couple little more splotches on the windshield there got to get the windshield wipers out for monday morning. i forget what the setting is anyway, the future cast winds of what's going on. a little bit of a breeze this afternoon. but a bigger one tomorrow, even starting in the morning hours, you can see there for the afternoon prefrontal will get those winds picking up. as you can see. and there's a little pulse ation that happens here. as you can see in the east bay a little bit by late in the day. there's another little wave that comes through and will carry with it a bout of some rain. it looks like a the amounts start to jump up a little bit into the evening hours, ok for today, mostly sunny and warm got 70's of the coast 80's for the bay and inland. everything changes tomorrow. variable clouds
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colder winds are already working here. the showers in by the evening hours. and then for the week ahead on settles, the simplest way of putting it. the rain will clear out. we'll get the sun out there like that. but cooler temperatures and another one is expected wednesday and another one on friday for today, 77 san francisco 81 for oakland 86 san jose. in london. the east bay middle to upper 80's. also the same deal. you can see up in the north bay coming up in a bit. that 4 zone forecast. and we'll take a look at the extended models show that more a bit of rain to look out for will. >> day. there is new development this morning in the plan to build the oakland a's a waterfront ballpark at howard terminal oakland mayor libby schaff. she's building her bench, so to speak, as she reaches out to other mayors in alameda county, hoping that they signed a letter of support for the new ballpark. the letter encourages the alameda county board of supervisors to opt in the infrastructure finance district that will fund creating the ballpark. the city of alameda know they will decide if it wants to sign the
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letter its meeting on tuesday. then the letter will be presented to the alameda county board of supervisors on october 26th mayor schaff obviously likes to keep the a's in oakland where the oakland a's. they're considering possibly even moving to las vegas just like the las vegas raiders. >> well, the leader of california's largest labor union is facing possible prison time former california s e i u leader alma hernandez and her husband were booked into the sacramento county jail on friday. they're both accused of tax fraud and embezzlement. kron four's. ashley zavala explains what's next for the couple. >> and so my within a matter of days i had none. this went from leading california's largest workers union to being booked into the sacramento county jail following an arraignment friday. the former executive director of california's service employees international union and her husband jose moscoso were taken into custody. adnan this and moscoso each face multiple felony charges including tax fraud, embezzlement and
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perjury. the state attorney general's office says an investigation found the couple underreported their income by more than one 0.4 million dollars over the span of 5 years in the criminal complaint filed earlier this week. investigators said adnan this also misused a political fundraising account to pay her husband for work. he did not do >> the couple's attorney, jeffrey tsai would not answer questions as he walked out of the courthouse friday as of late friday afternoon adnan this had been released from jail online records show her husband is ineligible for bail at none. this has resigned from her role as california. >> which represents more than 700,000 workers across the state. in a statement the unions council said in part it is deeply concerned by the allegations and is doubling down on efforts to ensure all officers and staff at here to the highest level of ethical and financial conduct the couple's next hearing is set for november 9th in sacramento. ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news just a couple a week away from halloween and
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>> welcome back a 24 on this saturday morning. and there's a new halloween experience wowing crowds in the chicago suburb. it's called jack o lantern world. how creative >> then state will take takes us through the incredible walk
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through tour. thousands of carved pumpkins. >> we've got walter payton right here. we've got jordan. up on top. >> and >> this is the first year for jack o lantern world your wrist bands. it's we've got thousands and thousands of pumpkins out here. i martin nesirky depending on the installation. there's a real pumpkins in this whole pumpkins carved everything locally right here in lake zurich. every single pumpkin was hand carved. we have 17 installations most of our artists teens are local. we do have some that came in from afar came in specifically just for this particular this is been a big dream of mine for 3 or 4 years now. i have 4 kids of my own and they're not going to want to come out and see some of that super scary.
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so we've designed this in a way where it's exciting for all different age groups. but it's not gore your scary. so it's kind of year and to assist on a haunted house. and that's really kind of what we've designed it could be is a great family. experienced. we got oprah winfrey now pumpkin like this will take anywhere from 4 to 6 hours. the car. we were carving 12 hours a day in preparation for this at any given moment. there was somewhere between 6.10 carvers carving at that particular moment. feel that out here at our 40 foot long drag. and this is one of our crowd favorites. you can see the eye up there, the different style league. that is on each different part of the dragon. you don't car thousands and thousands of pumpkins and he'll come up with all these ideas and and bring it all together unless it's really something you love doing and enjoyed and we invite everyone to come out,
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be a part of it. enjoy it enjoyed artistic aspect. enjoy the halloween aspect enjoy the fall aspect enjoy being out in nature. and when you guys do that, it makes my whole team of artists carpenters architects designers really that we're able to put this together makes all of our hard work worked. what a great idea. maybe someone out here is going to have to. >> do something like that. i love a good pumpkin carving. you should do i try of the space out here try to do it.
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book now at princess.com or call your travel advisor. >> welcome back. saturday. 8.30, on the dot here on saturday morning. absolutely beautiful outside live shot san francisco. this from the sutro tower. a great day to go to a pumpkin patch. if you need to go ahead and get those decorations fabulous. stay this is the shot remember him streets of san francisco. that they will open up and show our fabulous city. and yeah, karl malden. i think it's right down you could be karl and i could be michael. >> really. i the big nose, i are all playing but a good day to go it is it is. it's no. today's the day you want to enjoy all that kind of stuff because tomorrow is going to complete have a different feel different. look different. all of that. >> because it's the first of many different systems in which to look out for here.
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>> so what we've got going on today is still that sunshine. those temperatures will do well well in the business of the 80's here for today. it looks like in the inland valleys. let's get another shot here. half moon bay about that half moon. looking pretty good with sunshine out there. i think i hope anyway with that going here we the sunshine's joining us in tomorrow. i should note we might get some coastal drizzle early in the day because that marine layer is going to start taking a prefrontal. there's the front that we're talking about there. but before it gets here, we'll get that marine layer to kind of thicking up just a touch here. we've got 50's and 40's for the inland valleys here 55 for hayward 57. meanwhile, 4 san francisco for the winds calmed the single digits here for the most part, the winds are going to be much more active. it looks like for tomorrow and 76 is expected by high noon to 3 o'clock. we're talking 84 not have your 4 zone forecast. coming up. in addition to that, we're also going to take a look at those long range forecast models for you. mike douglas and well back the
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attorney relresenting richmond police chief besa. >> french and her husband say the abuse accusations made against them by their daughter are false. he describes the couple has 2 caring parents simply trying to help and rehabilitate their daughter who their attorney says was turned into a by her boyfriend kron forcefully. chagall reports. >> not just a bad person. he's a very bad person. my range is describing 33 year-old joe goldman, the boyfriend of richmond police chief french is 18 year-old daughter rains represents chief french and her husband lee french who was a sergeant with the oakland police department. both are currently on administrative leave while under investigation for allegedly abusing their daughter and making death threats to goldman and his mother in an attempt to break their daughter free from goldman. he can turn. >> what at a 17 year-old outstanding scholar student
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straight a student magnet. kamala d graduate from high school. can turn her into a street in a matter of months earlier this week goldman was arrested and charged with felony pimping and has been convicted of human trafficking in the past. >> in court documents, the french's daughter says her parents made her bleed in an attempt to stage an intervention at their richmond home last month before allegedly making death threats at goldman's mother's home in solano county, the next day rains disputes that that's idiotic it absolutely not true. >> it was no doubt a product of mister goldman are whatever name he wants to go by on any given day. but he's the one we suspect who wrote all this rain says his clients are expected to meet with investigators next week and provide their own statements. >> phillipe djegal all kron 4 news.
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>> the los gatos saratoga union high school district is responding to allegations that a local mother hosted secret parties for teenagers in that community parties that involved alcohol and the school district released a statement. this is what they said. it is important to know that we take the topic of underage drinking very seriously and work to promote awareness in our classrooms and our community. additionally parents and families also play a crucial role in setting clear expectations for the behavior of her young people. and in monitoring their activities only together can we effectively address social issues such as substance, abuse. in the east bay to back to back collisions resulted in a death and kept eastbound ignacio valley road at oakland grove in walnut creek closed for 5 hours. police say there was a car that crashed into a sound wall. and after that, the driver reportedly got out of his car and walked into the road where he was hit and
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killed by another car. you can see the car being loaded on a flatbed truck. there. one neighbor says he's not surprised to see car wrecks on that very busy stretch of road. >> problem is that there are a lot of speed on the admission by the road and they don't keep that road. a race and they don't keep the speed limit at all. >> the walnut creek police department. they are still investigating this incident. they say there was no evidence of this being a dui crash. >> in oakland and ac transit bus crashed into a home after it was hit by a stolen car and the driver of that car had been leading police on a chase police say everyone on the bus is okay. but the 4 suspects in the stolen vehicle were taken to the hospital. and one of those suspects has some major injuries. the stolen car was a silver toyota oakland police is investigating this crash. and in berkeley, police arrested a 17 year-old and a 19 year-old in connection to a shooting in broad daylight. it
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happened last month near 10th and addison streets. police say several witnesses in that area were forced to run for cover during this day. light shooting. now, these are the guns that police say were recovered during the arrest of those to us. people. police say both suspects. our gang members. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news we'll relive some of the biggest moments from the best regular season of the giants in their team's history.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> good morning. a mix of emotions for giants fans and probably players and coaches after historic season comes to an end resilient. sf was a fitting tagline for the 2021 giants, representative of a group of players who achieved what no one thought was possible and the struggles that so many have faced during the pandemic instead of recapping what happened in that final nl ds game. i want to take a look back at the moments during the 2021 season and inspired a city and a fan t% base when it needed it most. >> another one too. a
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clubhouse and there's is extremely special on. it's because it's for great people that. the friends with your whole life when you take the field you know, everyone's got your you know, everyone is pulling in the same direction. yes, you know, step up became second step up for you. if it. you saw examples of that all year. you know, guys go down. profit is cut. is he is so
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many expectations this year that. the bars in the race for us going into next year and going into spring in. in season. so we're not going to sneak up on anybody the guys in that clubhouse are guys that are >> and it >> thanks for the memories. 2021 giants. plans to speak to the media on monday. that's it for sports. back to you. we'll be right back. stick with it.
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going to try this 44 on this saturday. it's my mom's birthday. so just want to tell her happy birthday. maybe she's watching right now. hopefully. >> i posted toast to. >> what a wonderful daughter you have shared with us. thank you so much for that. start off with hot coffee, right, dave and then maybe ice coffee this afternoon. yeah. you probably want to have the ice coffee, ok. but tomorrow afternoon i want to go with this. the regular have a nice. it will be chilly enough and it will continue to be that way to the week ahead because we're shifting if you would know better dis our 7 day forecast. you say i must be december something or january. >> because it will start to look like that. and on our way
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here, let's go and check it out. half moon bay about that. lots of sunshine, i think tomorrow with that marine layer working here. but we'll probably have a lease to some cloud cover going on here. maybe some drizzle future cast winds. let's go through this today. not much happens will bit of a breeze. whatever tomorrow, though it starts to build long before the rain gets here, you'll fill in the east bay and up to the north. they know statements with any of this yet. and then we get to about the time the rain starts to develop over least the northern part of the bay and a little uptick. as you can see, the south that will come with that with a little spurt of rain that continues after the main drag as we approach around midnight or so. there's more upstream to happen. this is just the first of several, but it's going take a look at rain projections here again, coastal drizzle may start the day tomorrow. a little bit early in the afternoon. you can see coverage maybe about a nickel for a lot of the east bay. same thing for san francisco and even the bottled. so these numbers are fairly modest. then another little wave your picks up in its most notably around trolley tri valley and points to the south course. you get
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into mount hamilton higher elevation. and then course you have the upslope effect living up to the north bay to it starts to pick up as well. so although that amount was not necessarily great. that's just the first of many again. we've got some snow going on the mountains to that's good news as well. here comes another one to look out for. we get to about mid-week. so tuesday, wednesday, there's your coverage area projections. another one comes for friday. it looks like into the following weekend yeah, look at this. and the following monday, quite you see that is good news. is the models agree on these waves. they differ on timing and intensity and so forth. but we like the fact that they're all on board with this type of program. so it looks like that might hold in terms of a weather pattern that's shifted now 77 for the 4 zone forecast. san francisco, lower 70's. that's why you need the ice coffee got 81 going on for burlingame in millbrae down to the south. we'll get into some middle 80's here and there. san carlos redwood city about 84 in the south bay. also in middle 80's own. it looks like popping about 88 morgan hill. los gatos about 8986 cupertino
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lower 80's line up the east bay shoreline tri valley. you're looking at still mid 80's with a couple upper 80's dando 8886 for conquered 78 for berkeley with 75 86 coming in for fairfield, 85 for napa and 85 also for santa rosa in the 70 forecast you take out today and you've got 70's and 60's lined up here with bouts of rain coming and going chilly morning lows in london looks like for monday morning and a little bit towards the end of the week as well. noel will we like that chance of rain thanks, dave. as we get closer to veterans day. we're celebrating stories of the brave men and women. >> who serve our country this morning. we are honoring a man who served this country 80 years ago and he still honoring all of us this time he's helping. >> his community. jeremy hubbard has his story. >> dear mister thank you so much for taking the time today to the milan. a fan mail is not the sort of thing most 100
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year olds are used to getting are not enough words my deep appreciation view and who have served our nation. but over the years notes from total strangers have appeared in george blake's mailbox, thank you so much of truly means a lot to me with gratitude for his role in history. 80 years ago. he was stationed at pearl harbor. >> december 7th. i was only there a few minutes. 1941 and there was this tremendous our own. the day america was thrust into world war 2. we come out of the building. the sky was fo planes more than 2400 americans died in that attack and certainly realize. they were all kids. and you could say little part of jordan died that day, too. >> why you and not me a few years ago he wrote a poem that he still can't get through without tears gauges the list of the young who guy. and with motions. i have cried. the
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tears are from a cheek. pose a question whose are very sick. were you are not me. george is the last pearl harbor survivor in his small colorado county, one of the last in the entire country. >> which probably explains that fan mail very much so. and the neighbor is very special who consider him. george is very unique. he's a special do a local celebrity. we had a second one in town but he died probably 10 or 12 years ago not to mention an out right you know, he does make a difference. >> it's a reputation solidified even further a few months ago when this old veteran set out on a journey to serve once again seems a friend who works with a local charity told george there was a veteran in britain who went on a 100 walks to support health care workers. >> georgia's friend had an idea. he said would you get a 100 walks in by a birthday. can you do that? i said i
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think so. so i do. did he ever. >> for more than 3 months leading up to his one 100th birthday in the thin mountain air 7,000 feet above sea level. very was everyday. people can buy or curses 30 for sons. 65th. >> to my 100th birthday and on his birthday he's the one who gave the president to his hometown. more than $10,000 raised through his walks to help a local nonprofit serving families during the pandemic the mind doing. i was working in any way in. i was able and that's the important thing of being a veteran anyway, ask anyone around here is to do what you can to make a difference in your community. they'll tell you is one of the very few. >> world war. 2 veterans still left from pearl harbor to his front patio service is who george blake is. thank you would give your time today. it's no wonder they're all such big fans that would be a tremendous surprise and get
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veterans voices. i'm jeremy hubbard. >> he looks wonderful for 100 years old. thank you, sir. for more stories honoring veterans. all you have to do is just scan this qr code on your screen. we have a complete page on our website will take you right there. so you can watch that story and other stories honoring our veterans. restaurant week is back in san francisco for next the next 9 days and you can stop at more than 150 restaurants participating in eat drink as seth, you will find some of the best dining in the world. there are indoor and outdoor options. mayor london breed is reminding people. if you plan to eat inside, remember to bring proof of vaccination. there are different price points to choose from at each restaurant. >> think as i've, you know, yesterday there was like a 163 restaurant. so it's really a diverse set of restaurants throughout san francisco and we're super excited to have 5 or 6 from the bay view to have over 20 from chinatown. many
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from the tenderloin, including the last casino market place. i'm so i'm i'm representing the whole golden gate restaurant association community and we sponsor this open table is our reservations sponsor for it. and then i have my 2 best. not to mention turrets on roads as cafe and we do appreciate menu. but i want to say lunch options and dinner options. so it's super broad, but people can go experience. >> the restaurant industry. they are still grappling with the pandemic. even that is even more reason everyone is encouraged to take part, get out there and spend e drink and be merry. it is recommended. you make a reservation but not really required this runs all the way through october 20th. remember your vaccination card. just take a picture, have it in your camera. roll. we'll be right back.
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website. it reads that guests might be exposed to insects electrical shocks, strobe lights moving floors and that's just the tip of the iceberg and they even have a safe word mercy. for those who want to opt out of the room. the attraction will be open. of course, from now all the way into the 31st celebrating all spooky season. if you're. >> not a fan of species and more of a fan of christmas season. get a look at this. not crack. are returning to the san francisco stage this holiday season. it went virtual last year. so this is going to be nice return to the stage. the performances will be taking place at the war memorial opera. house beginning december 10th and continues through december 30th in order to see the performance all attendees 12 and older must provide proof of vaccination with a photo id. those who are under the age of 12 need to have a negative covid-19 test result within 48 hours of the show. you're attending in addition, all attendees are going to be required to wear a mask during the that performance tickets
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are now on sale. you can head over to our website. kron 4 dot com. we've got a little bit more detail on the nutcracker. there. still ahead here in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news evacuation orders in place. >> as fire crews try to get a handle on the u.s. strada fire burning in santa cruz. details how it began coming up in a live report. also, we'll tell you about booster shots from johnson and johnson. the vaccine is being endorsed what decisions an fda panel has approved wi
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 9. >> saturday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news i'm noelle bellow and i'm will tran on this crisp early fall dave spahr made very abundantly clear. early fall as far as i'm concerned, it is in the midst of fall. it was cold. it was definitely a little chilly this morning is going to be nice today. but then week at some rain tomorrow. >> dave sphar has got a little bit more tafe. well, good morning, guys. good morning, everybody. it's going to feel like early fall today. but you know, by the time we get to tomorrow and into monday. it will start to feel like december. and so forth. that's going to feel a little bit more winter like for the week ahead. >> and with winter weather comes rain and we've got it in our 7 day forecast and even really be on sweet really cup that the coin here on the weather pattern is what it looks like and what's the good news is major models really
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agree with the general although details are still a little sketchy. here's a look at the golden gate bridge of kind of up close and personal, if you will. but we haven't had much in the way of fog going on this morning. lower 60's line up the east bay shoreline. but inland. it's all 50's even up in the north bay. so we're chipping away at that christmas there's that affront out to sea. it's going to be a player looks like tomorrow evening and then it's going usher in more systems to look out for will be having all that for you coming up, 80 at 1 o'clock by 4 to 84. so you see we have inland 80 still holding on today. not going to be quite the case for tomorrow. if you're waiting for that fall-like weather or winter like weather. we've got more details on the way will and well. >> dave, well, we're watching the weather conditions specifically what happens in santa cruz county where a cal fire says a prescribed burn actually got out of control and jumped a containment line. this is a time lapse and it's right over noel's right shoulder of the estrada fire that actually started yesterday and still burns this
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morning. evacuation orders are in effect right now as fire crews are trying to get those flames under control. kron four's camila barco is joining us live now from santa cruz. she's been there all morning long. she's got the very latest details for us. good morning. camila. >> morning you guys. yeah. we're just learning that the fire has burned 83 acres and it is 10% contained. we're also learning that the power in that area is back on as you take a look at your screen. this is what firefighters have been battling all night. it's called stratify as you guys mentioned. and this is near hazel dell and hidden canyon road. it's northwest of watsonville in santa cruz. now it started almost 24 hours ago as cal fire was conducting a prescribed burn and like will said those flames jumped a containment line and spread now prescribed burns are common and they normally go as planned. however, the unity for the area says there was a mishap.
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>> 9 members of the time these things go off without a hitch. no problems get out of control jumper containment lines. reason we did this yesterday as we had prescription level good weather and met with them prescription. and it was an ideal situation for us to be able to get good consumption of the fuel and we just had this mishap. it was a it was about. 80 feet 100 feet of tying this thing all in. and we had a spot get across the line. and like i said earlier about the star resources. >> now evacuations orders are in place. if you take a look at this map. you'll notice that they are in the harlow and summit area. chief tells me that no homes or structures are damaged, but crews are going to survey the area and no work with the sheriff's department and the goal is to start getting people back in their homes around noon today. now the county did open an evacuation site for people at her leaders community center. but just an update and has since been closed. now we've been monitoring the progress here made on the straw to
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fire. and as soon as we know more on their progress. we'll keep you updated back to you. >> alright camila camila. i know that earlier we were saying it was 150 acres that were but now we're saying it's just 83. does that mean just 83 of those 150 is still burning. >> so if i had made a call to cal fire to get that question answered at this time. i have not gotten a call back, but it could be an overestimate that they made earlier. but at this time we don't have a confirmed answer. okay. thank you for that live report on. >> in santa barbara county highway one oh, one along the got vo coastline is back open in both directions following its closure because of the fire. the fire burned. nearly 17,000 acres. and so far this morning, 41% contained. the railway parallel to one o one is reopened this morning and amtrak's pacific surfliner and
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coast starlight. they are expected to resume service in both directions. 3 homes. unfortunately have been destroyed, including one abandoned house and a mobile home. >> some stunning video from the san joaquin valley. this is the knp complex fire burning in sequoia and kings canyon national parks containment has jumped to 45%. some incredible video here, though, after nearly 1500 firefighters responded to this brush fire burned about 88,000 acres total crews have been trying to save the sequoia trees in that area by wrapping them up with a certain type of tin foil that can withstand high heat. but sadly this fire has burned at least 2 giant sequoia groves. >> right kron 4 dot com. you can find more information on being prepared for fire season. remember, we're still in the heart of it, especially next month. that's when i can really think as far as fires
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scan the qr code on your screen with your mobile device and you'll be taken to this special section of our website right at that website, you'll have all the information you need, including evacuation checklist. and what to do right after a wildfire. >> to some coronavirus news an fda panel is endorsing booster. shots of the johnson and johnson vaccine. this panel has voted to approve the shot for americans 18 and older, at least 2 months after immunization. that same panel is still debating whether people who qualify for boosters can mix and match their vaccine brands. some studies have shown that doing so is safe and effective. >> many americans are taking matters into their own hands that i'm reading in the media that people are getting boosters or make things different. there, you know, primary care providers or by not revealing what they got before. so i think it's a matter of some urgency for fda
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help sort out what is admittedly a complicated and challenging scenario. >> there is mounting evidence people who received the johnson johnson vaccine could benefit more from the pfizer or moderna booster. one even suggest those people had a greater increase in antibody levels when they got a pfizer or moderna verster as opposed to another j and j shot. happening today. the pleasanton unified school district is offering free rapid antigen tests for students attending homecoming this weekend. test clinic is opens at 10:00am until noon said about an hour. it will be up the school district's health services building on abby street. an appointment is required here. there's a link to register on the school district's website. >> and in the east bay, the city of oakland. they are launching its new covid community clinic in downtown oakland. the clinic offers free covid tests and vaccinations every day of the week. it is open now started about 10 minutes ago and will stay open until 5 o'clock tonight. good news is you don't have to make an
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appointment. the clinic is at 2.50 frank, a gala plaza. that's right next to city hall will be open through november. 30th. plus, new new video released in the murder of a 15 year-old girl will tell you what's going on as far as the oakland police department's investigation. >> and to catching the killer. >> and also coming up here on the cover morning news san jose water urging customers to reduce how much water you're using what you can pay extra fees if you don't comply.
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>> some promising news about bart's south bay extension. officials say it's still on track to open. not next year and that the year after that. but at least the 9 years. so right now it seems to be on time. the santa clara valley transportation authority. they're expected to issue its first 2 major construction contracts next summer for tunneling in trackwork parks. bart says the 6 mile extension into san jose could cause roughly about 6.8 billion dollars. and in that money for that money. they will get 4 new stations. most of the work is expected to be completed by 2028 with a targeted opening of 2030. >> is going to be offering extended late night service on halloween. they have not fully released. the service plan just yet. but they say they plan to offer service beyond 09:00pm. of course, halloween is on a sunday. bart already offers midnight service monday
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through saturday. they say that extending the service that night will benefit people celebrating the holiday and those attending outside lands concert in san francisco as well. happening today, san jose officials are set to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new playground that aims to be inclusive for all children, including those that have mental or physical differences. lincoln glenn park on radio avenue and kirchner avenue will be accessible for those with autism sensory and cognitive challenges and other medically fragile children. congratulations the city. definitely for this new playground that is for all children. david, be a nice day to be on the playground. it will be not so much fun tomorrow. but today says soak it up, soak up your playground activity today in for adults to 1 o'clock we're talking 8084 going on by the mid afternoon. >> but things changing tomorrow that sets the stage for unsettled week. >> morning continues.
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>> in the south bay, you know what you're asked again to conserve your water. they did this a couple of months ago and they're doing it again. yeah, it's no surprise we haven't seen rain in a long time. if you're brushing your teeth this morning. you know, turn off the water in between. the brush is somewhat run the whole time. and if yeah, wrote a full load and just wash on
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jacket and call it a seen as a water has notified the public that the company wants customers to reduce usage by 15%. if you don't, you could be fined for this kron four's. gayle ong has details. >> we're asking people to do because we don't know what the winter this winter wilber's ski with santa is a water says the company has notified customers about mandatory water conservation rules that includes fees to the average home uses 10 units of so unit 740 pounds. >> under you be able to it's 15% of 8 units a month. so basically used over your allocation. you'll be charged $7.13 on friday. the company filed a request for the california public utilities commission. >> to authorize the water shortage contingency plan that will implement drought surcharge is >> don't water the laws as frequently.
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>> san jose water customers james and monique harris receive those messages. we have much >> double garden this summer because we knew that we would be able to water just much, especially tomatoes. they take so much water. and we're also making sure every load at the dishwasher of the washing machine is completely will enter the water provides drinking water to about 1 million customers in the south bay. >> 50% of the water supply is provided by the santa clara valley water district. >> its wholesale provider. the other half comes from the santa clara groundwater basin and the santa cruz mountains as the region deals with another extreme drought. customers are asked to cut down on usage. how tell your nation we asked people to only water twice a week for only 15 minutes. >> you know, the evening 10:00pm to we asked people not to wash their cars in the driveway. harris's say they are not worried about extra water fees that. >> is not the reason we're trying to cut back its we need
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to do that, especially if we don't have a lot of >> year. >> san jose water will hold a public hearing on october 28. and if its proposed rules are approved by the state. they will take effect mid november here in los gatos gayle ong kron 4 news. you know, we were talking about it. >> full load. i was raised on doing that when i see whole load. >> don't waste the water you know, small bits of luxury right now and definitely be be mindful of if you're you need your lawn, watered. sorry. just maybe let it go a little dry this year. dave has a little the dishwasher to i mean, sure. i got a in the dishwasher yeah. anywhere that you can cut back. i remember friends being confused as to why turn the water off when i would brush my teeth, i was like, well, you don't waste the water. why why would you leave it right, david. and you do this, but i've talked to people on the field. they put buckets in the shower with them because it takes a little while to get warm. so that watering in their bucket, they could put in or flowers. i'm worried about getting saw our
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salt of salt and sand there to, you know, for and stuff. so i. >> i'm not that much. but i do careful. but the dishwasher, you know, dishwasher make sure that tell you i sell a boost from last year. anyway. >> a drought monitor its with us as we've been talking a lot about exceptional 2 thirds of the bay and it's real bad extreme even to the south bay, too. so everybody is affected by all of this. the good news is for the next about 10 days. we have a little bit of relief coming our way. this is coupled with as typical true to form those winter type storms. karen with it mountain snow. so everything looks like it's going to go in kind of the right motion. this is a nice treat to for october to get a change in the weather. here's of the west coast in the entire west. looks like we'll see if this map changes next thursday is when the issue these a look at a live shot for you of half moon, bay. nice clear skies. we have tomorrow will probably get some of that fog working in here. tell me the marine layer thickening up and the on shore flow checking in before the drama of later during the day. here's the line. that's going
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to do it for us. this again is expected to land as we get to the evening hours, it's going to clock up for you. this is tomorrow morning or late tonight of advanced all the way here because today is basically sunny and got more 80's on the way. then through the day we have variable clouds coastal drizzle timing out to about one 30 boom here. the line comes through. as you can see, 5, 6, 7 o'clock and there's a second or a little way that marches through overnight, just a touch. there will carry with some winds predawn and to greet you for your early morning commute. but if you notice in their mountain snows will come with that later on onshore winds a bit today. but real deal is going on tomorrow. no statements with any of this. but there's the east bay in the north bay impacted and that everybody kind of gets involved when the front starts to drop south by 7 o'clock. some of those winds like a tri valley get up in the 30's and even 40's a look ahead to what we're talking about. mostly sunny warm. that's the take away today. 70's even at the coast 80's for everybody else practically then tomorrow. that's when the changes verbal clouds. cooler got some drizzle going on here. and
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then by the evening hours, that's when you're going to get the rain about the rain line is they're going to be relatively quick spurt. but at least will march on through. but for the week ahead, it's an unsettled one at that. a few shots of rain for now it looks like tuesday night wednesday, another one into friday into the following weekend. looks like to end more beyond that, 77 san francisco 81 oakland 86 san jose. they're the 80's populating the north bay and the east bay coming up in a bit. we'll have the 4 zone forecast for you and the extended too. well. >> davis sat down to san diego where a small plane crash in a densely-populated neighborhood in san diego county and this happened on monday. unfortunately killed 2 people and destroyed 2 homes. one of the homes actually belong to a newlywed couple. now they're okay. and when they returned to the scene, they found a very few important items liberty zavala has their story. >> boxes packed up with anything they could salvage. cody and courtney campbell didn't know what they would
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find sifting through the rubble. hard. >> our family helped us with a lot of it i think for the most part, they took the reins and we were just kind of the emotions are. >> every which way every direction. it's kind of tough to describe the couple just got married last december. >> the home. they just moved into 5 months ago now completely destroyed. but a symbol of their love survived in the ashes speeches. i mean. >> there's >> no words to describe like why. one thing is burned versus, you know, something else that, you know, makes it out, ok, there are a couple of items that, you know, means so much to us to have them is. >> it's something that war will cherish forever. they found cody's wedding ring a photo and the letter he wrote to courtney on their wedding day. i can't even explain the emotion that came over us when we found the and then shortly after i think we found the letter. >> but it was. it was
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incredible for the campbells. the plane crash may have destroyed their home. >> but only strengthened their marriage. no school. >> hopefully the hardest thing that we have to do in our lives, but it at the end of it. you know, we're going to come out of this incredibly to the point where, you know, you're everyday cuts in your bumps in the road are going to look like. you know, nothing to this. >> ok. so that was liberty. zabala reporting for us this morning. cody ware says robber wedding ring every day while his real ring is being restored. the couple hopes to be some data. that same neighborhood. so you got to know you're exactly right because he works out. he doesn't want to scratch israel. yeah, yeah. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news will relive some of the biggest moments from the best regular season. >> in giants history.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> good morning. a mix of emotions for giants fans and probably players and coaches after historic season comes to an end resilient. sf was a fitting tagline for the 2021 giants, representative of a group of players who achieved what no one thought was possible and the struggles that so many have faced during the pandemic instead of recapping what happened in that final nlds game. i want to take a look back at the moments during the 2021 season
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that inspired a city and a fan base when it needed it most. >> another one too. a clubhouse and there's is extremely special in. it's because it's for great people that. the friends with your whole life in if you take the field you know, everyone's got your pulling in the same direction. yes, you know, step up became second step up for you. if it. you saw examples of that all year. you know, guys go down next test at a it
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says so many expectations this year that. the bars in the race for us going into next year and going into spring. season. so we're not going to sneak up on anybody the guys in that clubhouse are guys that are >> and it >> thanks for the memories. 2021 giants manager gabe kepler plans to speak to the media on monday. that's it for sports. back to you. >> we'll be right back. stay with us.
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but our here, we are just getting started. here on this saturday morning. absolutely beautiful. taking a live look out at the gate bridge. you know, i i need millions of people flock to san francisco. it's the golden gate bridge, especially in october, october and there's a picture of me as a 3 year-old next to the it's a must it is
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a special a day like today. if you're a tourist and you're watching us from a hotel room. take your child there because there's do. and the nice walk across the golden gate. bring some water, of course, because it is going to be warmer today than what it's going to be tomorrow when we might see some rain hyundai up there. it's it's pretty money in the bank. i would talk your day for kind of unsettled for your sunday. that means when those clouds a bit of drizzle all that stuff and it will be quite a different story going across the bridge is by the way, the bay bridge is never seems to get some love going on. >> it was also construct at the same time to in the 1930's you know, got that going on. but for today, enjoy the day ahead. lots of sunshine. it com picture we see it half moon bay. we'll probably see a little bit of fog working in some drizzle to start things off probably tomorrow before the rain gets here by the evening hours, the front. that's going to do all of that for us. there you see it lined up out to sea. it's all that white line that you see again expected didn't do around here as we get to tomorrow night. temperatures are pretty much in the 60's lining up the east bay shoreline in the already at 65. but some of the valleys
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inland in the 50's. we could see the 50's up in the north bay to even on the santa clara valley. it 59 san jose winds again, right now we don't see a lot of action going on. it will be a bit of an onshore wind today. but you're really going to feel tomorrow and a big temperature difference as well. so for today, enjoy it 79 one by 4 84. we have plenty of locations will be well in the 80's. we're going to tiptoe through your 4 zone coming up in just a bit. but we're also going clock for you. what looks like not just the rain tomorrow but also successive systems expected into next week. noel, thanks, dave. >> oakland police released new video which they hope will help catch the killer of a 15 year-old girl who was murdered last wednesday. she was a passenger at her uncle's car when someone in another vehicle started shooting at them kron 4 says has the story. >> this is senseless and we need to get together and find out who did this. a desperate plea from the mother of 15 year-old shamar young.
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>> asking people to get involved to help solve her daughter's murder. now someone has come forward and gave police surveillance video of a car suspected to have been used in last wednesday's road rage shooting city councilmember noel guile says this is an important first step in solving a crime like this. but it's not the last step. >> the video surveillance that we as a community need to step forth and be willing to testify or to identify the individuals that are committing the crime. this is a photo of the recent memorial celebrating the life of shamara young, both fremont high school in the east oakland, bad crop avenue, location of the suspected road rage incident or the councilmember geils district. he says it is common for his office to receive videos of crimes. but. >> finds that help from the community. often there. i received photos and videos. many thais matter of fact, even.
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>> an hour ago i was confronted here at the bar station and there a grandma explaining to me or telling me what is happening across from her home, but she doesn't want to get involved you know, single people out. oakland police investigators describe the vehicle with the video as an early 2000 silver 2 door honda accord council member says he hopes. >> this tragic loss of life will inspire more people to come forward. it tell police investigators what they know about other crimes in oakland. we know who did it. we got to be able to identify the individuals that are committing the crime. anyone with information is asked to contact the oakland police department homicide section at the number you see on the screen. has it made kron. 4 news. okay. so let's stay in the east bay we go from oakland to walnut creek where there's 2 back to back collisions and unfortunately they ended up with somebody dying. >> that kept eastbound ignacio
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valley road at oak grove in walnut creek closed for 5 hours through that stretch of road. police say there was a car crash that act our a car that crashed into a sound wall. and after that, the driver reportedly got out of his car and then walked into the road for some reason when he was hit and killed by another car. one neighbor says he's not surprised to see car wrecks on that very some busy stretch of road. >> is that there are a lot of speed on the mission road and they don't keep that road. they race and they don't keep the speed limit at all. >> department. they are still investigating this crash and they say there's no evidence so far from what they have gathered so far. in their investigation that this was a dui accident. >> the attorney representing richmond police chief besa french and her husband says the abuse accusations made against them by their daughter are false. he describes the couple has 2 caring parents simply trying to help and rehabilitate their daughter
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who the attorney says was turned into a by her boyfriend kron forcefully call reports. >> not just a person. he's a very bad person. my range is describing 33 year-old joe goldman, the boyfriend of richmond police chief french is 18 year-old daughter rains represents chief french and her husband lee french who was a sergeant with the oakland police department. both are currently on administrative leave while under investigation for allegedly abusing their daughter and making death threats to goldman and his mother in an attempt to break their daughter free from goldman. he can turn. >> what at a 17 year-old outstanding scholar student straight a student magnet. kamala d graduate from high school. can turn her into a street in a matter of months earlier this week goldman was arrested and charged with felony pimping and has been
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convicted of human trafficking in the past. >> in court documents, the french's daughter says her parents made her bleed in an attempt to stage an intervention at their richmond home last month before allegedly making death threats at goldman's mother's home in solano county, the next day rains disputes that that's idiotic it absolutely not true. >> it was no doubt a product of mister goldman are whatever name he wants to go by on any given day. but he's the one we suspect who wrote all this rain says his clients are expected to meet with investigators next week and provide their own statements. >> phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> from richmond to los gatos with the los gatos saratoga union high school district. they are responding to allegations that a local mother hosted secret parties. 3 teenagers in that community parties that involved alcohol and. the school district
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released a statement and take a look at your screen. this is what they what you don't know. they say it is important to note that we take the topic of underage drinking very seriously and work to promote awareness in our classrooms and our community. additionally parents and families also play a crucial role in setting clear expectations for the behavior of our young people. and in monitoring their activities only together can be effectively address social issues such as substance, abuse. a developing story that we're following a school walkout is planned across the state on monday. it is organized for parents who are choosing to rally against a vaccine mandates for kids in school. news of monday's walkout has circulated on social media from orange county all the way up to redding. this statewide protest is the latest move by parents and voters who are dissatisfied with both on-campus mask-wearing and vaccine mandates in the state's schools. we have reached out to school districts around the bay area
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about possible disruptions here. we'll keep you updated as soon as we find more information. well. >> mail delivery. for many americans continues to slow ahead of the holiday season at a special remote hearing in chicago. democrats say post office problems like improper scanning and staffing shortages have led to late fees on bills and delayed medications for customers. many in congress blame the changes on the agency's leader postmaster general louis dejoy. >> someone came to my business and said i got an idea. i'm going to reduce the value of your a raise its price. it said yourself. you think that's a winning i mission. >> plan includes longer delivery times cuts to post office hours and more expensive postage to erase a projected 160 billion dollar loss over the next decade. congress is now debating legislation to create widespread reform at usps.
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>> restaurant week is back in san francisco for the next 9 days. you can stop at more than 150 restaurants participating in eat drink sf you will find some of the best dining in the world. there are indoor and outdoor options. mayor london breed is reminding people if they plan to be inside. remember the take a snapshot of your vaccination card. put it in your camera roll and then show the restaurant. there are different price points to choose from at each restaurant. >> i think as i've, you know, yesterday there was like a 163 restaurant. so it's really a diverse set of restaurants throughout san francisco and we're super excited to have 5 or 6 from the bay view to have over 20 from chinatown. many from the tenderloin, including the last casino market place. i'm so i'm i'm representing the whole golden gate restaurant association community and we sponsor this open table is our reservations
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sponsor for it. and then i have my 2 best. not to mention turns on roads. this cafe and we do appreciate menu. but i want to say lunch options and dinner options. so it's super broad what people can go experience when in doubt lunch is always a good option. the industry is still grappling with the pandemic. even. >> that is give us more reason to go out there and have fun, eat drink be merry spend help the restaurant industry. it is recommended that you make a reservation but not always required. this runs all the way through october 24th day. >> sitting outside her buddy want to do that today because the forecast looks wonderful. mid 80's going on the east bay. but tomorrow different story not only cooler but rain. and that's going to start things into motion into next week that forecast was for weny news 10.
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>> welcome back. it's 9.45 here on this saturday morning. and it is absolutely gorgeous outside the soon as the show is over. definitely give us your next 15 minutes, at least but as soon as this you may want to go outside for a nice walk. today's the day. then tomorrow. definitely not the day, but i'm i plan to go running and yelling outside. we were just talking about. yeah, that's right. we're going to see some rain. dave, what's up. >> and it looks like the start of things to come. good morning, guys. good morning, change in the weather pattern next 10 it's a nice little treat here in october. live shot coming in from half moon
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bay, probably a different picture. we'll see even as early as tomorrow morning with little bit more fog going on here and even some coastal drizzle will be possible during the day. you'll notice more of those scattered clouds recall kind of variable clouds on balance, but more of a wind is expected with this too. let's get into the wind part of the forecast for today. a little bit of a breeze at the work but really tomorrow it gets elevated here. this is a sunday at midnight in the morning hours, a little bit of a breeze in the afternoon heat really kicks in here. there you can see the coverage area and then a wave with the front comes across the whole region. we're talking winds in the 20's and 30's not real long-lasting. so that's probably one of the reasons why they haven't issued a wind advisory. meanwhile, how much rain we get from this mentioned earlier, maybe some coastal drizzle to start the day. not a whole lot as it looks like from the map may be a nickel to cover a lot of the bay here and up to the north a little bit over a dine. however, give this time because there's more waves coming direction. there's a last minute little surge that happens overnight sunday to monday. degree to monday
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morning might be some drizzle make note of 2. so let's get them all lined up to see what happens tomorrow evening. there's the one happening by dinner. by the way, pointing out. look at the way some snow going up in the higher elevations because this air mass is a bit on the cooler side, too, that another one by the middle of the week. it doesn't appear to have as much i precipitation up now and the mountains breaks up a little bit. but tuesday night wednesday. that's what appears to be the landing zone. and then another one into friday saturday successive ones by sunday and even into monday, it looks like carrying with it again. more winter snow. so this is a nice juicy next 10 days or so to look for a series of waves coming our way highs today, 77 for san francisco. so it's still very summer. like lower 70's cover the coast. we'll do some 80 still along the peninsula even in the northern in foster city 8382 per palo alto in the south bay 86 san jose 88 morgan hill. los gatos in 89 85 santa clara in cupertino,
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86 even 80's along the east bay shoreline. tri valley gotcha at the middle 80's 87 for walnut creek concord at 8678 for berkeley. the 7586 for fairfield now pay 85 an 85% of rosa. so outside of today, the 7 day forecast looks reminiscent of something we could see in the winter months. lots of 70's 60's for highs inland bouts of rain coming in line will be some breezy conditions as well. and a little chilly as you start your day on monday as we dip into the 30's. >> day. >> she is >> they don't love me. no >> if you are looking for a date night this weekend. might i suggest a night at the theater san francisco bay area theater company or sf that co is back this year with a brand new festival. the new routes theater festival is a 2 day
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experience. 8 shows to choose from one even honors bay area living legend of the oldest us national park service ranger betty reid so skin. she just celebrated her one 100th birthday a few weeks ago and as if that co is honoring her this weekend. joining me now to talk about that performance and then the festival as a whole. we've got jazz singer jamie zimmer and artistic director of sf that co rod the earl jackson junior. thank you guys so much for joining me this morning. jamie, i do want to start with you because obviously just playing your voice there a moment ago. you're kind of everything you want in a jazz singer your voice so velvety filled with passion. there. talk to me a little bit about the song we just heard and what people can expect from your performance this weekend. >> absolutely said the consummating to freedom which tom skinner wrote about the freedom summer movement. she wanted to emphasize the importance of sharing. those
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stories that our tool and are being told. and so for her this was her way of coping with what was happening at the time. intro to deliver her message of the importance of bringing up her community. >> and you are able work with her is you created this performance. yes. so we met in 2018 and we became very close over a performance. >> that. she came to every rehearsal too. and so she would send me letters and emails detailing exactly what she meant in each one of those lines and so through that i was so inspired. over 2 years. i kind of. and the needed on this idea of trying to create a musical that would. sharing a light on her story. her brilliance. well, it's a beautiful as of her own said again, it's called sign my name to freedom you're one of
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8 performances that are going on this weekend with the new festival rodney, let's talk a little bit about why it was important to include. >> that type of performance in this weekend's festival. >> absolutely. jamie zimmer is an incredible part is you have to come and see them and their incredible show 4 minutes. this show is icaew said one of the team we have 6 performing arts companies all with by park our hansberry theater african sakes. we got county fogarty go ballet and police stands all of these incredible organizations and artistic companies are telling stories about joy telling stories about how to put black indigenous asian people and incredible lights. you know, our stories are focusing our trauma and we're trying to redirect the narrative from us by a son of us. so it was
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imperative. that means that the who to start a 100 years old. how many of you all know 100 year over have bowl right as it was imperative that her story the in this new receiver festival and here he when we met is that asking by the way of jayme. she gave us permission to name this news ago. >> about her memoir calling in simon into frida incredible honor. >> well, and i think that the name of this festival, the new routes festival really does speak to what you all are trying to achieve here, right with telling these bipoc stories >> absolutely got to an initiative mayor london breed. the dream keepers initiative which redirected funds from the snp to the black community and says i'm one of the 80's and that of the organization. i was very, very instrumental in making sure that these funds are put in the right place to put into the storytelling of the community for the community. >> well, and the shows start
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at 1 o'clock this afternoon. they go until 9 o'clock tonight. you us are selling tickets in blocks. talk to me how people can buy tickets. >> james in i was i believe may be sought out so you can come in. try on the wait list that you come to the other box but the black sea and block beach about one hour and you get a twofer in each block 2 pieces of theater. so you come for one, you'll see a whole new production. you may have never even a whole group of artists. you didn't even know you. could explore in this festival and things that are re >> americana, legends of the bay, black excellence in after a futuristic jones. that's fun. and basically just go ahead to sf that co dot org. if you want to get tickets and they're all happening at the brava theater center in san francisco right. yes, in the missing 2781 24th street and robbing learn more as the dot
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org. >> awesome. it's today and tomorrow. the new routes theater festival. definitely something to check out this weekend jamie and rob, thank you so much for joining me. we'll be right back.
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>> the performing arts are back. you guys nutcracker
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returning to san francisco stage this holiday season after going virtual last year. the performances will be taking place at the war memorial opera. house beginning december 10th. >> and continue through december 30th in order to see the performance all attendees or age 12 years and older. you have to prove that you're vaccinated. so have your id ready to go. >> those under age 12 years old. you have to have a negative test 48 hours before the show. >> all right. enjoy this beautiful saturday i'm noelle bellow and we'll try and make it a great saturday, everybody. we'll see you tomorrow. happy birthday
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