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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow and i'm will tran today's the 17th we're 2 weeks away from halloween how yeah, right? time to live by fast. it's cold out there. it's a little cold. >> absolutely beautiful. if we're talking about the shot right behind us. but golden gate bridge is getting socked with a little bit of moisture. dave sphar scott, that's more details on the rain we're expecting see today yeah. good morning, guys. good morning, still waiting for the rain to develop is out to sea, but is
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unbalanced today. looks like you'll be able to salvage a decent day today. the sun will poke out a little bit probably around the noon hour. we'll get a break in this action. >> and then the clouds will be coming in in earnest with that line of rain showers, this what looks like in half moon bay. so we have really interesting. sunrise is going on ice. all will was looking at one of our windows earlier taking pictures out at what's going as we say, this is not the golden gate bridge. sorry for the graphic thing. but that's sfo and no delays happening this morning now our temperature check a little chilly up in the north. bay got 40 up to santa rosa 43 for napa. 50's and 40's mixture. the east bay today, even if we do see the sun a little bit, which we expect around noon or so we're going to get much heating because we have the onshore. winds are is colder air aloft working here. it's already shifted in the favor of cooler and more moist current winds look like this. we have see a little bit of an onshore wind already in place. but they really hadn't started. you'll notice that later on this afternoon. evening. there's the patch of rain. it's still pretty far from home's. notice the clear patch between us and that line
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of rain showers. so that's around noon, ish or so with the sun will come out a little bit. here's the breakdown for you. that's the golden gate behind 66 at 11 o'clock by 2 will call at about 71 or so waiting for the rain to come on in. we'll show you the timing. the winds and what you can expect as we get into next week. well. >> okay, dave, here's what's going to happen today on the peninsula. the facebook users union they plan to protest. mark zuckerberg at his home. the union is launching the fires uc campaign as a way to coffee spoke to fire some kerber and it's all comes after whistleblower frances waigand testified before congress saying facebook chooses profit over public safety kron four's camila barco joining us live in palo alto with more on what's expected to happen today. good morning. camila. >> good morning, you guys see at protesters will meet here at green middle school before heading out to mark zuckerberg's house in palo alto and this is a group of
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people that do not want to see zuckerberg run the social media platforms any more specifically facebook now as you guys said, this comes after hearing francis hagan testify in front of congress. she is a former facebook data scientist and she accused the giant social media network of pursuing profits over safety just like noel said. and the data scientists said that facebook harms children creates division and weakens democracy. now, she also claims the company failed to change instagram after research showed the platform negatively impacts young people. she is calling for such break to step down from his role in the company. here's what she had to say. >> mark holds a very unique role the tech industry and that he over. 55 1% of all the voting shares for facebook. there are no similarly powerful companies that are as he unilaterally controlled.
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and the end, the buck stops with mark. there's no 100 currently holding mark count by himself. >> the buck stops with him in the buck stops with him. >> now in a long facebook post and zuckerberg disputed her claims. he says the company is not focused on prior prioritizing profit over safety like he said. now zuckerberg also disputed her research claims saying instagram helps teens when they are struggling. however, he did agree with her on the need to update internet regulations. now the protest will take place outside second parts house here in palo alto. it's unclear if doctor burke will be home when this happens. and it's also unclear if he even knows about this demonstration. but protesters are making sure that their message is heard. back to you guys. >> okay. thank you so much, camila, for that report. happening tomorrow. parents are planning a school walkout across the state to rally against the vaccine mandates for their kids. news of
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tomorrow's walkout circulated on social media from orange county all the way up to redding. this statewide protests is by is the latest move by parents and voters who are dissatisfied with both on-campus mask-wearing and vaccine mandates in california schools. we reached out to school districts around the bay area about possible disruptions and what they plan to do in case it happens. and as soon as we find out more information, we will let you know. >> in the east bay alameda county deputies are warning parents about brightly colored fentanyl. they're seeing on the streets. deputies say the drug could attract children because of its color and how it's being disguised. here's a photo of a recent drug bust early last week. the hayward police department found similar colored fentanyl in that city as well. you see it's a purple color there. police say some of the drugs found looks like chewed up bubble. gum. fentanyl is a deadly synthetic opioid that is extremely dangerous. it's up to 40 times more toxic than
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heroin which increases the risk of accidental overdose. >> family and friends of jonathan cortez are still demanding answers in the fbi shooting of him. the fbi says an agent shot and killed cortez last month on fruitvale avenue. his family rallied in downtown oakland yesterday in hopes of getting more information about exactly what happened. kron four's. gayle ong has the story. >> the shooting happened almost one month ago and family members say there are still unanswered questions. >> family and friends of jonathan cortez rallied in downtown oakland saturday afternoon with a list of demands. cortez was shot and killed by an fbi agent in east oakland last month. the fbi says an agent shot court has on september 13 shortly before 03:30pm. the incident happened on fruitvale avenue. federal authorities say cortes was armed and wanted for several warrants. i love my brother. i
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will never get to see this person ever in my life. and you guys stole dearly loved family members are demanding answers as to what led up to the shooting. still have not received an answer from them says is not the person involved into the released video >> we want answer that one. not a deal to be released. i want to know we were really want is for them to release the names of the agents that did it. >> released the names and i said did to give a family piece earlier this month. the fbi released a statement saying in part, quote. >> we do not comment on an fbi agent status. the review process is thorough objective and is conducted as expeditiously as possible under the circumstances. >> the oakland police department and the alameda county district attorney's office are also investigating this case in the newsroom. gayle ong kron 4 news.
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>> turning to our wildfire coverage. now the a straw to fire in santa cruz county is 35% contained this morning. it's standing at about a 145 acres. cal fire says this fire started as a controlled burn but it jumped the containment line on friday. they say the fire is still threatening buildings power lines and sensitive wildlife habitats evacuation orders that were in effect yesterday have been reduced to 2 evacuation warnings now we do have a list of the areas with that warning on kron 4 dot com. coming up here on the couple morning news. a man is wanted in pleasant hill for a stabbing. >> have what police say happened during the crime. >> plus, lake tahoe's water level is at its lowest in years. why scientists are concerned for the lakes future moving forward.
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>> and there is more fallout from the latest. dave chappelle netflix called the closer netflix. a netflix says it fired one of its workers for leaking the confidential price. the company paid for the special. the company reportedly paid more than 24 million dollars for it. netflix says it understands the worker may be disappointed but trust is at the core of its company. the special is under fire because of what some say are transphobic comments made by chappelle. some workers are talking about a possible walkout tomorrow after the ceo of netflix insisted the special did not cross the line. >> in quite a bit of cloud cover looking at for your by high noon. we should clear out a little bit temporarily temperatures, very muted, though only the lower 70's in the well inland areas and then rain for tonight is the batch of it. there's more to come as well. upstream kron 4 morning news continues.
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>> welcome back. 7.15 here on this sunday morning. it's absolutely beautiful at this point. you you've got a cup of coffee. those watching also have nice and warm. i like my coffee. boiling. you might want it this morning. as well because it's a little chilly this morning said you're going go for a jog. yeah. on a
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sweater at least definitely there's some rain coming our way by tonight daves far as timing. it all out for dave. their noel and well, good morning, everybody. and for today it looks like will be located on the actual day. we do expect some winds to pick up and we actually see the sun come out. >> a touch of probably by the middle of the day as well. early afternoon. that's the shot coming in from half moon bay. so we're getting interesting shots as we start the morning. but things will be changing temperature check for you. we've got 52 conquered 54 off the antioch along the east bay shoreline were around 50 ish up to the north bay. we did see some 30's this morning. but up to 40 now, santa rosa in plenty of 40's populate the region. now we do have a colder air mass a lawsuit in though the sun may come up a little bit. we're not going to see much temperature movement at all. this is the front we're talking about in behind it. boy, some really cold air behind that. we may see some upper 30's by tomorrow morning and some of those inland valleys. again, as a possibility. again, the timing of this making note of a little clear patch. before we
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get there. let's going kind of clock this out for you. quite a bit of cloud cover the morning hours. we get a break in the early afternoon. coastal drizzle is a possibility and then by the evening hours here it comes, not real. heavy. but that's the first line of many to look out for in its wake will be left with a couple little spotty showers. notice in the mountains mountain snows that also tells us this air mass is cold behind all of that too. all throughout this week. the storm systems will be varying are being different each time at times it will be colder than others. this one was one of the colder ones behind it. some colder air filters in and on balance your monday will probably be mostly sunny, it looks like this comes with winds could be that stormy feels well, winds start to pick up early in the afternoon even as the sun starts to come out a little bit. there's the coverage area in the eastern north bay and also in the east bay as well. little bit up here sonoma and marin not as pronounced. and then with the front dropping south wood shares the big increase in winds not long enough to issue any wind advisory with any of that. not for the bay area. at
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least we do have some winter weather advisory talk, though, for the mountains with all of this. so here's we've got going on here. variable clouds, evening, rain develops breaks of sun cool then for this week ahead, we've got a chilly start on monday. rain hits wednesday. not as heavy on thursday and then another dose starts to develop on friday and that will continue to remain somewhat unsettled on into the weekend. so we're looking again at about almost a 10 day event, maybe 7 days or so of all of this unsettled weather 61 san francisco can check-in at 65 71. for san jose known in the sky conditions there with maybe an opening up of the skies early in the afternoon briefly. we'll see some lower 70's in the far east bay potentially 60's cover us on the north base. you can see much colder than yesterday. coming up in a bit, of course, what the 4 zone forecast and talk to what's going on for the remainder of this week. well, thanks, dave. the u.s. coast guard and the national transportation safety board or ntsb named a party of interest in the investigation into the
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oil spill in southern california. they're looking into mediterranean shipping company. >> danette because of one of its container ships was actually involved in an anchor dragging incident back on january 25th. the coast guard says the incident happened when a storm impacted the port of los angeles and long beach. they say the anchor dragging happened close to the pipeline that ruptured which was subsequently determined to be the source of the oil spill. now, despite all of this, the coast guard says they're examining other pipeline scenarios and bustles of interest as well. like to host just can't catch a break first. there was the caldor fire. now the lake and its surrounding communities. they're dealing with yet another issue. the lake's water level. >> as at wallace reports, the lake is at its lowest level as far as the amount of water in there. it's been so low for years and that has a lot of people very concerned. >> the our children had a
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great time checking out the jet skis on the shores of south lake tyler family is visiting from the bay area to very nice. sunny day yet in doing so far other than i see everything. but the beautiful conditions have come with a cost due to the lack of precipitation and dry winters. the lake is now experiencing its lowest water levels in 5 to give you an idea of how dry things have gotten here at lake tahoe. well, look no further than here at kings beat at the north shore. i should be submerged in water underneath this pier. but it's slowly evaporated. over time and now families the to walk past the pier to get to the shoreline over the last few days. the lake fell below its natural rim u c davis co director for watershed sciences jalen explained why that's significant. >> currently the inflow into like ajo. it's less than the evaporation. from the lake. if that trend continues. that means that the level of the holds key going down. london points out water. evaporation is typical for lake tahoe. >> but the level at which the
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water is receding this year has him and others concerned as the visuals of drought become more and more apparent. a lot more rock stick out. >> and a lot more features start to become dangers. anthony spit ucci is the owner of taco paddle sports and clear kayak tours. >> while he and his business are doing fine. he worries the region will suffer without more help from mother nature. it helps everybody in general because in lake tahoe, you're coming up here for the lake. so the more water that's out there, the better this father agrees. he hopes the lake will be here for generations to come over that time. and this gives girl update. their lead is at this lake and an h a beauty definitely want visit every year. let's pray for snow in lake tahoe, a tom wallace. >> yes, right for snow, that's for sure. coming up after the break, why travel experts are saying you need to booking flights with 2 specific airline ahead of what they expect will be a chaotic and stressful holiday
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>> and welcome back. traveling is tough. any time. but even tougher when the holidays are here and experts. they're warning travelers to be prepared for anything. it comes after southwest airlines had to cancel thousands of flights last weekend and as vaccine mandates are going to start taking effect here. pedro rivera has details.
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>> travelers were frustrated with southwest airlines canceling more than 2000 flights. and it looks like this could be the start to more cancellations and delays in the near future. for more airlines or. >> you need to be prepared that you may have a chaotic thanksgiving and christmas. the 2 major us airlines are facing a possible pilot shortage and it could be because of vaccine mandates. airlines have told their employees they must be fully vaccinated against covid-19 by december 8th with american airlines pilots must be fully vaccinated by november 24th. >> the day before thanksgiving president and travel industry analyst at the atmosphere research group henry have a belt says this could possibly keep you from getting to the family feast. you may face a delay. it could be a few hours. it could be a day or more. we just don't know yet. it's too soon to tell. >> according to the federal aviation administration. pilots will have to wait 48 hours after each dose before they can operate. there.
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>> it's available to operate the flights during the thanksgiving and christmas holiday. i love the union had made a similar statement. >> captain eric ferguson. president of the allied pilots association released a statement saying american airlines management continues to engage with on all things pandemic-related including the vaccine mandate. he went on to say the white house should permit the same alternatives to the vaccine that are expected to be allowed under the anticipated osha emergency rule covering companies with more than 100 employees this would ensure the same level of safety while preventing the destabilization of our industry on the eve of the holiday season. the union is hoping to get extension on the november 24 deadline. if you want to travel this thanksgiving and christmas. you can't. >> you just, you know, need to be thoughtful about beer like you choose.
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>> it's 7.29 on this beautiful sunday morning, even when there's cloud cover. i feel like it almost makes the city look even more pretty than yesterday. the glow and everything with this, you know, and it just looks really pretty as with the clouds, the stuff and because i kind of know too looks cold to me.
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yeah. both both. but it looks cold. really but beautiful. no doubt about especially from that vantage point, dave, i like getting to colder us want to grab mittens you know what you think it is glove. so clubs. you can do things. i think i'm a little too old for mittens. but i like where, you know, the youthful appearance it and that number that that no i know it is terribly can't do anything with it. separates really cold. you need them because you know yeah. that's why they're if you if your fingers and toes are cold. >> you're you're over. it's you have to keep the fingers toes warm. if you want to keep your body warm. that's my friends. your medical has spoken and we might actually have lro morning with upper 30's maybe potentially so get the mittens out. now. so what we're dealing with is this rain coming by this evening. so this will definitely feel even during the day today with sunshine. this is going to be cooler than we saw from yesterday. there's a live shot coming in from for the east
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bay shoreline. we'll get this cleared out a little bit on the middle today, but it's still going to be cooler today than it was from yesterday. so that's definitely on tap rain shower opportunity for this evening that we're talking about all the models. pretty much agree on it. there's the kind of clear patch between us in the line of rain for this evening after it passes. however, there's going to be a cold patch to kind of get through this is good because it does deliver mountain snows to go up to the bank account there got about 50 or so along the east bay shoreline up north. we've got 40's 56 san francisco, 54 for antioch. quick check in to the winds, not active at this point. they will become more active by the afternoon. that's going to be a chilly wind with all of that to no mistaking that 66 going on by 11. it's the kind of continuation of the cloudiness. we break out a little bit early in the afternoon. off the contra costa county there. 71 by 2 o'clock and then again, rain developing this evening. we're developing this evening. we're going plo you. a check of the 4 zone forecast and take a look at rain later this week as well. well, thanks, dave. to help.
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police are hoping a sketch can lead them to. >> the man wanted in a brutal stabbing that happened earlier this week that injured a man kron 4 sleep to call picks up the story. >> white man possibly in his late teens to early 20's standing 5, foot 8 with a husky build and shorter dirty blonde hair is believed to be the suspect pleasant hill. police say allegedly stabbed a 23 year-old man at around 1030 wednesday night. >> investigators with composite sketch of the man yields leads. i think we're dealing with a lot of young emotions. >> and i think that obviously big mistakes were made. but we're here to investigate it to the fullest extent that we can sergeant david down, says that around 1030 that night. at least 3 people in what was believed to be an older model white four-door passenger side, driving down the 3,000 block of putnam boulevard through 8 to 3 skate boarders passing by downs says the eventual 23 year-old victim through something back,
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hitting the car and that's when the driver jumped out ran after and the fact that we are asking for the public's help for any exterior surveillance cameras. >> in footage that people might have at their homes or businesses specifically in area of putnam boulevard. the victim was hospitalized and was rushed into surgery. police say he is currently in stable condition. mayor susan, no act encouraging the public to keep emotions in check. please. you know, this is a welcoming city. >> it's a great small town feel city and we want to maintain that and tracking the suspect down will help in pleasant hill phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> we have disturbing news to pass along far to you from a family in campbell because their pet was shot in the legs with a pellet gun. they want to catch whoever did this now. check this out. you can see the x-rays of the palate, the bullets still lodged in the cat's legs. jennifer and mike ping. they both say they took
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lucifer. that's the name of their cat to the vet back in august after he was attacked by a coyote when the vet took some x-rays. they said he also been shot, but he was healed and that probably happened a couple of months before that, the pings say that lucifer only wonders with in their neighborhood and he's very friendly. they were shocked to hear the news from the vet. it's outrageous that somebody would be doing that. and in a neighborhood to attack shooting catch. >> the pings have had lucifer since he was just 6 weeks old. he is now 3 years old. the vet told them that they cannot remove the pellets because it could cause more damage. they say other pets in the neighborhood. they've also been hurt as well. >> down in the south bay milpitas police are investigating an officer-involved shooting. it happened friday afternoon. investigators say officers were trying to pull over a suspected stolen car near the milpitas square shopping center when detectives say during that stop, the driver started shooting at police.
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the officer returned fire hitting the driver officers eventually were able to pull the driver out of the car and medics took him to a nearby hospital to be treated 4 injuries. investigators say the officer involved was not injured. neither were any bystanders is no other information on the suspect that's been released at this time. >> at least a half dozen lawsuits have been filed by people who want to force hospitals to use in vermette down to treat covid in from is an unproven d worming drugs. some have confused as covid-19 anecdote, but there is no evidence that shows that it works against covid. the drugs used to fight parasites and has been championed by conservative commentators. judge rulings have been mixed so far on this case. some refused to force the drug on to hospitals while others ordered medical providers to supply the drug to covid patients. 2 days after receiving a life sentence. robert durst is hospitalized with covid-19 durst suffers
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from several medical issues. is describes his client as looking very sick in the courtroom thursday when the judge ruled on the sentence. durst was convicted of first-degree murder for killing his best friend susan berman. more than 2 decades ago. the real estate heir was arrested for the unsolved case after he confessed in a documentary. >> former president bill clinton is expected to be released from you see irvine medical center today. his spokesperson says mister clinton has made excellent progress over the past 24 hours and will continue to receive antibiotics before he's discharged. president clinton has been in the hospital since tuesday for a urinary tract infection that spread to his blood stream. hillary and chelsea clinton were both seen saturday morning. heading into the hospital to visit him. clinton spokesperson says the former president has been spending time with family mostly at catching up with friends watching college football as well this fall. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news
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>> and welcome back. president biden delivered a speech at the 40th annual national peace officers memorial service at the u.s. capitol. he did. and reshad hudson has a little bit more detail. >> good evening. the national peace officers memorial service typically takes place in may. but because of the pandemic, most events removed back to october. and today president biden delivered the keynote address to honor the fallen. >> things >> a somber memorial twenty-twenty was the deadliest year. for law enforcement on record. president joe biden honored the fallen law enforcement officers at the 40th annual peace officers memorial service. the service remembered the nearly 500 officers who lost their lives in the line of duty during 2019 2020. cop today. >> is one of a lot harder, then it's ever been.
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>> hundreds of law enforcement officers and their families came from across the country joining with others who understand their pain. >> while honoring the fallen here on the west front of the u.s. capitol. president biden vowed to do more to protect officers and the communities they serve. >> that's why i propose we infesting we invest again in community policing. we know works the white house backed efforts in congress to pass police reform legislation. but those talks ended earlier this month over differences between gop and democratic lawmakers. a lot of help has to come. 2 police departments at a different event remembering the fallen attorney general merrick garland said not only have officers had to fight threats from criminals but also a pandemic through it >> and despite the increased risks to your health and your safety. you have continued to protect the communities you serve.
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>> to honor those who lost their lives in the line of duty. president biden has ordered all flags to be flown at half-staff reporting in washington. rashad hudson, back to you. >> and a quick sneak peek at those high temperatures going on for today. lower 70's that's it. we had that yesterday at mid morning different story today, even though we'll see some sun peek out a little bit of rain expected for this evening and more where that came from. look at your week day forecast to kron 4 news continues.
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>> welcome back. just about 7.45 here on sunday morning. a little chilly out there looking pretty nice rain is on the way, though, right. tonight. dave. >> yes. this evening. it looks and it's just like one bout through. want to show you the rainfall amounts are not real great, but the take away with this. this starts a trend for all week long. so so flavor of a typical during the winter months. we've got a lot of traffic coming in from the pacific sfo looks pretty good here. no delays happening there. east bay shoreline different story that we take a peek of that. she see from u c berkeley all covered up right now with a mixture of fog and some scattered clouds going on here with this winter weather. there's an advisory going up in the mountains. 8 this evening through 05:00am tomorrow morning. it looks like and there's the coverage area not heavy, heavy amounts
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but they'll be a spurt of this going on in this is obviously more delay compared to what we're getting in the bay as a pro versus our area. first, a look at those winds, an uptick into this evening or look, she's in the afternoon first before the front gets here, then by mid afternoon, you can see the coverage area in the north bay to the east solano county, particularly in the off to the east bay. up around marin and sonoma. not as much comparatively speaking. and then the front finally drops in and that's when we get that surge of some winds going on in the going to kind of pretty windy as we go into the witching hour for tonight. so when you get mid-afternoon on where to about midnight fair to call pretty windy across the region, although there's no wind advisories probably just below the threshold of that. we'll be left with kind of breezy conditions in normandy. but the skies will open up pretty quickly. so let's march through the local pattern here. we're going to see for the short term. again. skies will open up briefly this afternoon. here comes that line of rain here. there you see the coverage area in timing opening up. relieve during the overnight. and tomorrow morning might have a couple little patches of drizzle, though, to agree to
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an early morning commute temperature check. we've got 40's up north 50's off towards the east bay rainfall amounts again. i know it's very modest below a nickel over good coverage area of the bay itself. but again, this opens up the trend for the week ahead. let's watch what happens with all of that. we know that's going on for tonight. and here's another hit by wednesday morning, late on tuesday and then kind of a break up a little bit. another patch on friday. it's pretty juicy with that now at times some of this notice. the color is ation that shows us in the mountains. we're getting bumped up there. that means we're getting some cold air with all of this as well. then another surgeons of what appears to be cold air by next weekend for our saturday evening with this marching on through and then it looks like covered by more as we get into early monday as well. by that point, the track looks to go towards the north 4 zone forecast. big difference from what we had yesterday 61 for high san francisco about 60 or upper 50's along the coast 60's for the peninsula bayside
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even down south scratching only the lower 70's. meanwhile, in the south bay 71 san jose. lot of uniformity with temperatures. this is typical of the rain event. a winter wet rain event, particularly lower 70's going on the east bay shoreline tri valley. only lower 70's 71 walnut creek a d concord 62 for berkeley. but leahy with 6467 fairfield 62 for napa in santa rosa at 62 as wela. your seven-day forecast. so get on in because we've got several opportunities coming as we talked about tuesday night into wednesday. another one for friday into saturday. notice those temperatures there. 70's and 60's mixture. noel will. >> dave, we are heading into full month of searching for brian laundrie. he's the one accused are linked gabby petito. >> police spent several hours and swampland as part of their search this past week. michael shore as a little bit more. >> as the days roll on in north port florida and answers prove as elusive as the
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missing brian laundrie protesters and advocates have continued to keep gabby petito and the search for laundrie named a person of interest in her death front and center this is not something that i normally do. i didn't. you know, i really had to step outside of my comfort to do this. >> tom toups drove 90 minutes south from st. petersburg and had signs made to protest in front of the home of brian laundrie's parents. the house has been the flashpoint for those seeking answers and wishing to memorialize miss petito as the weeks have passed the movements of mister laundrie's parents have been the only thing to watch with many was assembled here believing that through their silence. the laundries are in fact obstructing justice. i believe that they know more than telling. and i believe. >> that they are trying to insulate their son. >> from kind of. that was michael shoar reporting for us this morning. >> here at home u.s. representative karen bass
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kicked off her los angeles mayoral campaign. she appeared before a rousing crowd at the la trade tech college saturday afternoon in a speech she said she's committed to addressing the homeless. the crisis improving health care and improving the local economy. it's been hard hit during the pandemic representative bass has been in congress since 2011, but she sees serving as mayor of los angeles as the pinnacle of her political career. >> and i have been truly overwhelmed. >> to see and to feel the love. the encouragement and the support that all of you have shown me. i am humbled honored and blessed to know that you all have my back. >> and i want you to know that i will always have your back l a. >> congresswoman bass has been popular in democratic circles back in july of 2020, she was discussed as a potential running mate for then democratic presidential candidate joe biden.
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>> the san francisco bay area theater is back this year with a new festival. the new routes theater festival kicked off yesterday. it is a 2 day experience. featuring a performance is the name to amplify the work of beit biopic artists and uplift their stories. one of the performances features jazz singer jamie zimmer, who is honoring living legend betty reid soskin that performance sign my name to freedom is a musical based on reid's hoskins book of the same name and it features original music by soskin herself. she wrote the song during the freedom summer movement of 1964. >> she wanted to emphasize the importance of sharing. those stories that our tool and on 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 she is important
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because she's the oldest national park employee at 100 years old, right out of richmond. now, there are other themes you know, all of this play here that includes a lot of people i'm eric on on. there's dancers festivals. this actually runs through tonight. so there still time to do it. if you want more information, just go to kron. 4 dot com. we'll be right back. stay with us. the x-rays from your urgent care visit look good. just stay off that leg, okay? what about my rec team? i'm all they got. next season. thanks doc. wow, he already scheduled my pt. i love doctors who work with athletes.
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>> i was 5 >> a nasa spacecraft named lucy blasted off yesterday on a journey to explore a record setting 8 asteroids near jupiter. these asteroids are thought to be pristine leftovers of planetary formation. it's a 12 year mission and the first of its kind. >> the spacecraft carries a disk made of lab-grown diamonds for one of its science instruments. lucy will travel nearly 4 billion miles before reaching its 8th and final target in 2020, excuse me, 2033 lucy will swing past earth next october and again in 2024 to get enough gravitational oath to make it all the way out his jupiter's orbit and it's called lucy in the sky with diamonds in honor
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of the beatles spaces. so cool that i've told by reading this what high fives chicken takes its spy seizing to new level by bringing in some hip-hop hot sauce. the fast food cajun style chicken place has asked hip-hop artists megan thee stallion. i had to ask my is to kick some spice to their menu that hot sauce called megan thee stallion's hottie sauce will pair up with this iconic chicken sandwich and brand-new nuggets. the grammy award-winning artist who's also now a pipe by franchise owner as co branding with some merchandise for a limited collection. president do this more in the summer because she was she's kind of the creator of hot girl summer that. >> that statement i mean, we're already into sad girl fall. because adele released her haha last week. the chicken is good any and especially if it's spicy, i'll give it a shot watching that state is getting into the
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halloween spirit. all her family went bobbing for pumpkins at the point defiance zoo and aquarium and my hometown up to como watch this video was shared by the zoo shows the and upon filled with small pumpkins nibbling on the tiny orange fruits in the post. the zoo wrote gored times with the adorable family, walnut butter or not. and none made. that's cute. >> still ahead here. the next hour. the crowd for morning news a protest shining negative light on facebook ceo mark zuckerberg here, whether facebook users union want him fired. we've got a live report coming up. also, theater is making his way back to a stage near you want play. you don't want to miss. stay with us. the kron 00:00am morning news continues in just a few minutes from now.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning >> sunday 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 chilly sunday. get out there and do some working out because rain or should i say purple rain. haha. >> i that is that was totally what i was thinking that but the sun was purple i don't know that it's going to be purple but dave says we are getting several different shot that rain. this whole week a
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day. we're going to go crazy okay. if we say 3 times that they were all you know, what kind of rain we need. morning, guys. good morning, we're looking for an opportunity for this rain total comply won through. it just doesn't care with a lot quantitatively speaking. but it looks pretty clear all the models that will get it that again, the timing on that anywhere from 4 o'clock up to the north bay through say 7 or 8 as we get out of the south bay to will begin showing you the projections. this all this morning as well. >> this live shot coming from the east bay shoreline. it shows the fog. but we have some scattered clouds above us. so it's going to be kind of a kind of a milky kind of start to your day today. a little bit here. but pea soup type situation a little bit. 37 going on for santa rosa 50's cover the east bay shoreline and as well inland, we have to the winds currently are pretty much single digits now at this hour, we don't see a lot of movement later on. they will pick up even before the rain gets here late afternoon. now, what i want to point your attention to here as we obviously the cloud cover with the fog hanging around right now. but see that
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break upstream there. so we're looking at maybe 12 1, 2 o'clock in the afternoon briefing for the skies to open. don't expect any temperature movement. then. meanwhile, further upstream that so that opportunity for rain is so the breakdown for you today. we're kind of calling and variable clouds and all of that on balance today that patch of the sky is opening up right before the rain gets here with temperatures topping off in the lower 70's coming up in just a bit. here will be walking you through the timing of this rain. also, take a look at some of those winds. what you'd expect later on during this week ahead. will. >> dave happening today in the peninsula on the peninsula. the facebook users union they plan to protest mark zuckerberg right at his home. the union is launching the fires uc campaign as a way to call on facebook to fire zuckerberg. this all comes after whistleblower frances play again testified before congress a couple of weeks ago saying facebook chooses profit over public safety. >> kron four's camila barco joining us live in palo alto with a little bit more on what's expected to happen today. left.
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>> good morning. so yes, some facebook users are not happy with the way the platform is rahm they want to see mark zuckerberg step down from his role. so today a few people are meeting here at green middle school in palo alto. they'll then head to mark zuckerberg's house and protest his part in the company. now like noel set. this comes after whistleblower frances haugen testified in front of congress. haugen was a data scientist at facebook for about 2 years. she says the social media platform harms children creates division and weekends to mock racine. haugen also leaked a study that showed facebook and instagram negatively impact young people. she's accusing the social media network of doing more harm than good. and she wants to convert to leave. >> mark holds, a very unique role the tech industry and
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that he over. 55 1% of all the voting shares for facebook. there are no similarly powerful companies that are as he unilaterally controlled. and the end, the buck stops with mark. there's no 100 currently holding mark accountable by himself. >> the buck stops with him. the buck stops with him. >> now in a long facebook post zuckerberg disputed how guns claims he says the company is focused on the safety wellbeing and mental health of its users. zuckerberg also argued that instagram does help teens when they are struggling. however, both zuckerberg and haugen agree on the need to update internet regulations. now, the protests, as i said, will take place outside cupboards house here in palo alto some this afternoon early afternoon it's unclear if cupboard will be home or if he is even aware of this protest. but protesters are making sure their message is heard. back to you guys. >> alright camila, thank you for that live report.
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>> happening tomorrow. parents are playing a school walkout across the state to rally against vaccine mandates for school kids now, news of tomorrow's work skews me walkout circulated on social media from orange county all the way up to redding and this statewide protest. it's the latest move by parents and voters who are dissatisfied with both on-campus mask-wearing and vaccine mandates in california schools. we reached out to school districts across the bay area about what they know and what they plan to do in disruption happens and we'll let you know exactly what we find out as soon as they return our phone calls. >> in the east bay alameda county deputies are warning parents about brightly colored fentanyl. they're seeing on the streets. deputies say the drug could attract children because of its color and how it's being disguised. here's a photo of that recent drug bust. as you can see pink and purple fentanyl there in bags early last week. the hayward police department found similar colored fentanyl and
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that city as well. police say some of the drugs found look like chewed up bubble. gum. fentanyl is a deadly synthetic opioid that is extremely dangerous. it's up to 40 times more toxic than heroin which increases the risk of accidental overdose. >> family and friends of jonathan cortez. they are still demanding answers in the fbi shooting of him. the fbi says an agent shot and killed cortez last month on fruitvale avenue. his family rallied in downtown oakland yesterday in hopes of getting more answers as to exactly what happened. kron four's gayle ong has the story. >> the shooting happened almost one month ago and family members say there are still unanswered questions. >> family and friends of jonathan cortez rallied in downtown oakland saturday afternoon with a list of demands. cortez was shot and killed by an fbi agent in east oakland last month. the fbi says an agent shot court has
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on september 13 shortly before 03:30pm. the incident happened on fruitvale avenue. federal authorities say cortes was armed and wanted for several warrants. i love my brother. i will never get to see this person ever in my life. and you guys stole dearly loved family members are demanding answers as to what led up to the shooting. still have not received an answer from them says is not the person involved into the released video >> we want answer that one. not a deal to be released. i want to know we were really want is for them to release the names of the agents that did it. >> released the names and i said did to give a family piece earlier this month. the fbi released a statement saying in part, quote. >> we do not comment on an fbi agent status. the review process is thorough objective and is conducted as expeditiously as possible under the circumstances.
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>> the oakland police department and the alameda county district attorney's office are also investigating this case in the newsroom. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> turning to our wildfire coverage. now the u.s. try to fire burning in santa cruz county is 35% contained this morning. it's a sitting at around a 145 acres right now. cal fire says this one started as a controlled burn. but then it jumped the containment line on friday and come spread out of control. they say the fire is still threatening buildings, power lines and sensitive wildlife habitats. ation orders that were in effect yesterday have been reduced to warnings. we do have a list of those areas impacted on kron 4 dot com. >> coming up, the instagram is testing notifications to let you know when there's an outage, we're going explain how it should work.
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>> welcome back. 8.11 on this sunday morning in the state of california has released its annual reading report card. it found half of our students do not read at grade level and 8 of the bottom 10 districts. our in northern california includes districts in san mateo, santa clara sonoma, alameda and contra costa counties. some of these districts reporting as low as 18% of students reading at or above grade level in an effort to put more books in the hands of young kids, a bay area. author is looking to give away a 1000 copies of her book. it's called chocolate covered
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courage with blessings on top and it aims to connect with young readers on a personal level. >> the illustrations are yet the characters are related. all. >> they get to see. >> characters who looked like in his by then and even we act like them. >> become the heroes of their own i have encouraged to make good choices even when it's scary and uncomfortable, which we all can relate to. it. and when that connection is made between reader in their book yourself. it's steaming instance of worthiness. >> the books are sold at barnes and noble and target. but if you'd like to help cooper donate a 1000 copies of her book to students across the state. you can donate to her go fund me page. it's called for the joy of reading dave. >> a nice evening for some reading as we're waiting for some rain to march on in for again this evening for the day itself. we've got a mixed bag mostly cloudy skies. but the sun will come out of that cool temperatures, though lower 70's for highs. we have a look
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>> welcome back. at 8.15. here on this sunday morning. the sun is shining. we've got some rain coming, though, soon, which i know we've all waiting for for quite some time. what was the last time we even got rain. but david, not a lot, right. it's just a little bit.
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>> say the rain with that said is what you're going action is going to be but be patient because there's more on the way. it's like a mini series. we have several coming in like the pilot episode or whatever get to know the characters before you judge. okay. live shot coming in east bay shoreline leases popping up. now the fog is lifting a little bit there and some blue skies aloft here. although the clouds are going to win. the battle for the balance of today. temperature check for you. got the 50's about 60 or so going on here for antioch up to the north bay santa rosa dipped back to 37 41 for bottle. get ready for tomorrow morning. once we clear out after this is done. here's the semi clear patch sort of force in the late afternoon hours the rain for us by the evening. let's hand it over to future cast for. there's an opening up for this afternoon. here's that line of rain. again, it's going to be a pretty quick affair. probably maybe an hour or so across the house and then clears out little splotches left over for the overnight skies open up cold air filters in. but this afternoon we're going to notice the uptick in winds that spread the first thing you're going to notice about
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this storm, if you will, and it's going to be heavier winds off the solano county. the east bay little bit up to the north bay as well. and then when the front comes through, there's another surge over the winds go up, not long enough for a wind advisory. however, with all of that cold air moves in with this particular storm because it's a cold one. variable clouds, evening. rain breaks of sun cool this week chilly start monday. rain hits wednesday. thursday even into friday and the weekend. we're not done rain and showers cool with 60's happening inland that may even linger all the way until the following monday today 61 san francisco 65 oakland. but even in san jose at 71 got 70's that replacing those lost. the 80's from yesterday in the east bay 60's, meanwhile to the north bay 71 san jose. coming up a little bit here. take a look at the longer range forecast. you can see these hits coming in from the pacific the 7 day r recast. and of course, your 4 zone as well. noel. >> for your health this morning in our segment last weekend we learned how an
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unhealthy malfunctioning got can affect our immune system and our overall health and that that what we eat influences the state of our gut microbiomes are health expert karen, a lock is back this weekend to help guide us through the maze of what we actually need to be eating for optimal got health and longevity. karen, where do we start. well, first, i don't think we'll get the message that it's purple day. >> so first, first we talked about our get garden of microbes that are they're circulating and i digestive track. so the foods we eat have an effect on the types of bacteria as well as the number of bacteria as well. as the ratio of good to back bacteria. so the first thing we start with probiotics and we hear a lot about probiotics and probiotics are live live
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cultures. they are things like if you don't eat yogurt. we also have plant based yogurts that you just have to make sure you look for the live active cultures in the also things me. so these fermented foods also have live cultures in them. so these think of probiotics as the bacteria they are the seeds. the you want to plant as many of those seats as possible in your gut. okay. and that kombucha and and pickled vegetables as well are part of that. yes, come is a fermented tea and that fermented. so therefore it has state live cultures in it. and you were probiotics, obviously. but then there's also something called prebiotic. what's the difference between those 2, though the pre bionics are very important and those think at the pre bionics has the
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fertilizer to the seat and you plant the seeds and now you need them to grow and you need the prebiotic and think fiber. so these high fiber foods are what you're good at. good get. but the bugs light like so number one, we eat. so you want to include wheat in your gut. the thing with people that follow a gluten-free diet. they are not getting the benefits that. yeah. the whole grain. they actually found that those that followed a gluten-free diet for one month had a reduction reduction in the diversity of their bugs as well they had an increase in the bad really had an effect on their immune function. so on. make sure you get the wheat. also oats, make sure you you feel your your got with lots of oats those are excellent sources of fiber
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batman is also very good and fun and kind in the hole are they also come now you can also get them dehydrated and right without any added sugars. also really good our sweet potatoes. sweet potatoes are good source of fiber. so remember, the sweet potatoes also all the so those beans lentils and soybeans. also very good for fertilizing your get. okay. and then there's also poly for the saudis about poly females. another note on on the pre bionics. you know, the fibers. those are carbohydrates so people that follow a very low carbohydrate diet. you know, they're following the keto or whatever where you're not eating very many cards. you are also compromising the growth of the good gut bacteria. and so you do need that you right. so the pali females are these said
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the beneficial compounds that are in plant foods. so they kind of overlap with the prebiotic. those fiber foods. but they also include things like t and also include herbs. herbs are plants. they're just very concentrated forms of plants. spices like cinnamon and term. right. those are also very good forms poly females. how the love active compounds in them so they help reduce chronic inflammation. so that's going to also help you from getting chronic diseases. dark i'm not saying chocolate, but it gets people excited ideally the dark cocoa, which doesn't have any of the, you know, the powdered form the very dark that doesn't have the added sugars in the attitudes in it. i feel like you just gave us kind of a great way to to plan out our day for a healthy gut diet. we've for breakfast. we can do
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yogurt or maybe even a sweet potato for breakfast. maybe yes. >> lunch leafy greens are maybe a bean soup of some sort and then dinner. you always kind of go towards obviously steamed vegetables on the side, of course, with with salmon or something like that. right. right. and that and you potatoes. that's just all so very good. basically. you're not always talk. i feel like when people go on diets that are trying to help them be a little bit more healthier. they talk about restricting things. you're all about adding the good things. absolutely. and that's a good point to bring up noel because yeah, it's about what can i add to my diet to make it healthier and not thinking about taking away, although you do want to avoid the he added sugars added sugars. they increase inflammation were trying to reduce inflammation. so. >> things like meat and the added sugars. the most important thing is to. include
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as many things as you can and to think about variety eating the same thing day after day after day is not going to have an influence on the art microbial diversity. and that's what you want to lots of different types of good bacteria as well as the number of good bacteria. see you out number the bad bacteria, keeping our guts healthy. thank you so much. always appreciate that. okay. see you next week now we'll be right back.
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>> and welcome back instagram is testing notifications to let you know when there's an outage. plus a best buy membership might help you score a ps 5 rich demuro has the details in this morning's tech smart. >> here's what's happening in the tech world after last week's major outage. instagram says its now testing notifications to let users know when something is going wrong. the company says they know users find it frustrating and confusing when things aren't working and lots of times users are left wondering if anyone seeing their posts or maybe if they did something wrong, the company will now use the activity fee to show you notifications related to outages are technical issues and another notification when things are solved right now. instagram says this is just a test. but if it goes well, expand it to more people. tile is revamping its entire lineup in an effort to better compete
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with their tax. the company's most popular tracker is the $35 pro. they're making it easier to clip to key chains and other things. other models include the sticker which is handy for remote controls. they now make a louder ring when you're trying to locate them and can survive up to a meter of water for half an hour. 2 features coming soon include the ability to scan for unwanted trackers nearby and ultra wideband support for precision finding best buy's $200 membership program just might help you get your hands on a ps 5. this holiday season. the company says its total tech membership is now available nationwide. the service costs $200 a year and includes unlimited geek squad tech support up to 24 months of product protection, including apple care plus free delivery and installation and a 60 day extended return window. there's also access to exclusive products and pricing. and as ours technica reports, ps 5 were recently available to members only the
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stock lasted up to 2 hours. typically ps 5 sell out in seconds. no guarantees, though it looks like those deals are on mondays throughout the holiday season. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. still ahead, we'll hear from people in lake tahoe still recovering from the caldor fire as they try and welcome tourists back for ski season. reggie bush used to eat breakfast somewhere else, then he tried wendy's breakfast. and now we can't get rid of him. can you believe this breakfast croissant is only $1.99? yeah, reggie. i put the sign up. choose wisely. choose wendy's.
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>> i was >> a nasa spacecraft named lucy blasted off yesterday on a journey to explore a record setting 8 asteroids near jupiter. these asteroids are thought to be pristine leftovers of planetary formation. this is going to be a 12 year mission very long. and it's the first of its kind. the spacecraft carries a disk made of lab-grown diamonds for one of its science instruments. lucy will travel nearly 4 billion miles before reaching his 8th and final target in 2033 lucy was sore past earth next october and again in 2024 to get enough gravitational oath. >> basically the slingshot itself all the way to jupiter's orbit. lucy in the
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sky with diamonds in honor of the song. lucy the sky on to john lennon. his son came back. >> and had a classmate named lucy and it was a drawing so then he wants to cut song. lucy in the dine, lucy in the sky with diamonds. >> they were also that song was also associated with that skeleton. they found from 4 million years ago or something in ethiopia grab that song was playing and you know, so you see i think they named that skeleton for first family as well. yes, very cool hands to diamonds up in the sky and she's getting a gravity assist it's cool when you look at it the big screen like that. what's more? >> cool. i think cooler more cooler cooler, markle, haha kolr right, is we're getting rain. even cool ice cold ice is it going to be ice cold this week of this week. they were in you you're not chillier. yeah. we're going get some call. it is cooler today. certainly. and then at
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night it will get, you know, kind of venture little bit into the 30's a bit. >> that's going to be the wake of this cold storm system, which by the way, is going to supply some mountain snows. we definitely need that. now. it's a big spurt is all we're getting from this. but there's more upstream to make note of. we keep talking about. so. >> this week is going to be an unsettled week, but it's a good one. with that. they got a lot of things going on here. you got certainly the fog that's at the lower levels. that's the marine layer. it's you know, it's there and everything but up above us, we have some scattered clouds trying to open up to kind of a variable cloudy day, a bit and the action won't really happen until we get to this evening. really so upstream there you can see it more concern about this break that we see here way upstream where the rain patches to the north. but all the models agree it should hit us by this evening. 5, 6, 7 o'clock and so forth. temperature check for you. we've got 50's over most of the real estate here 40's up to the north bay. 55 san francisco 64 antioch, the winds. pretty much single digits over the region. expect that to pick up. and that's
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probably the first thing you're going to notice kind of the skies, filling back up with cloud cover. the winds picking up. we're talking 2030, miles per hour range here. so it's going to have that chilly wind field to of blustery and all that prior to the wind. the rain actually getting here. the breakdown for you kind of scattered clouds. it's calling at 69 at high noon and by 3 o'clock we're at 70 coming up a little bit. of course, we'll take a look. not just at the near term but more the long-term forecast of what you can expect will and well. >> thanks, dave. after the devastating caldor fire ripped through the area earlier this year. people are starting to trickle back in. but for some opening back up isn't even an option. many beloved to resorts and tourist destinations are going to be closed for the foreseeable future. garage. has the story. highway 50 is seeing a return of travelers. but some staples remain closed. it's pretty sad. the entrance to sierra at tahoe being one of them due to the devastation caused by the caldor fire. the resort could
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be off limits for some time. one of the kind >> i've been going here my whole life resort. officials say they have been working nonstop to repair the damage. but there are major challenges ahead. august caldor fire which nears full containment destroyed over 1000 structures and was thought to have burned around the resort, but it caused enough damage for sierra at tahoe to enter the season with uncertainty and a social media post. the ski resort told us loyal customers. >> they are uncertain of how much of that rain will reopen after the fire damage trees and cheerless part of the statement reading. we're not giving up, nor are we backing down from the challenge. but we want you to know what we know our intention is to keep moving forward and to open what we can when we can to welcome you back to sierra the season. she was a lot nights where i was a great church is going to be there in the morning. loyal customers understand the safety concerns, but they also worry about the impact it will have on their favor employees who won't be able to make a
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living. you know, if people can make money or they can move that's not good for you know, time is a community, but they're hoping to help in any way whether resort grounds and logistics are being worked on. one thing is certain those customers are looking forward to reopening that are going to make it back up there. he's a little out of practice or not leave in. and i know there's a lot of people that >> love this resort.
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>> and welcome back to san francisco bay area theater company is back this year with a new festival the san francisco as if you want to shorten it. new routes theater festival kicked off yesterday. it is a 2 day experience. featuring a performance. is to amplify the work of biopic artists and uplift their stories. one of the performances features jazz singer jamie zimmer, who is honoring living legend betty reid soskin the national park ranger 100 years old out of richmond. the performance sign my name to freedom is a musical based on reid's hoskins book the same name and features original music by her. she wrote the song during the freedom summer movement of 1964. >> she wanted to emphasize the importance of sharing. those
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stories that our tool and on being told. and so for her this was her way of coping with what was happening at the time in trying to deliver her message of the importance of bringing up her community. >> for as part of the festival block titled legends of the bay, other themes include after a futurist journeys and re imagining americano through song and dance festival runs through tonight. tickets can be found on our website at kron. 4 dot-com >> all right. we're waiting for a rush of rain going on for this evening before we get their high temperatures in the east bay dropping to only the lower 70's compared to those lofty mid 80's from yesterday. get a check. and also with your 4 zone forecast a bit. the kron 4 morning news continues.
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>> welcome back. 8.44 here on this sunday morning. and we're just waiting for the rain. that's what i'm that's what i'm waiting for stand the rain dave haha. >> well, you know, it's going to be just about of that. maybe like 45 minutes or so. i know it's no, it looks very, very modest. and what we're going to show you. also show is upstream. have a couple more about. so this to some of these hits will be a little cooler than other sending more
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mountain snows sfo to start things off here. we actually see sunshine working its magic there not too shabby. so you watch be able to scrounge up a little bit of sun today before this system sets south of promise. and by the way, in its wake skies will actually open up. so in parts of the north bay probably get around 9.10, o'clock by be able to see the stars again. here's what it looks like on the east bay shoreline. some of that fog. kind of hanging around a little bit up to the aloft location. we've seen clearing their we see blue skies a patch there of so this with the winter weather we have up in the mountains. we have an advisory in place. 00:00pm tonight until 5 monday morning. there's the coverage area, the stop to the real, real heavy with this hit. but there is again more to be had upstream noting the winds. that's the first thing everybody is going to notice in the mid afternoon we got the strong onshore. winds covering from solano county, particularly down to the east bay usual. notice. then comes the front and that's going to drive those winds more coming from the coast. so sonoma
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county and through moran, you can see right there. and that will be actually associated with the front and then the rain quickly follows. we have that spurred arraigned by again. this time period. it will be clearing out through a good portion of the bay, but windy and chilly with all of that, too. so it's really going to feel like winter or pushing this really an autumn with all of this, too as well. a couple spots will be left over tomorrow morning. so let's go and do it skies open up a touch this afternoon to get out of the way. here comes the rain patch. we'll put it around 5, 6 o'clock or so there's the coverage time opening up the skies overnight. now couple splotches here and there for your monday morning and on balance monday will be pretty mostly sunny. but a chilly start. it will be cool during the day with the leftover breeze 50's cover a lot of the east bay for right now, 60 antioch 40's remain up in the north bay. 55 meanwhile, for san francisco not great about a nickel around the bay. as you can see there hold. i'm up there to santa rosa. but there's more to be had upstream again. so there's the first tip that's pretty cold,
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too. then a more juice here hit. looks like about wednesday, although not as warm or not as cold. then we see another one on friday. this appears to be a little better and then we get into the weekend with a colder system on saturday. they should just general projections. but the good thing to take away from this is major models do agree with these hits. the timing. a new wants may vary a bit and then all the way up to monday looks like as well. so we have kind of an active week coming up. that is nice to break into our dry season like this 4 zone forecast for sunday 61. san francisco, big change here from just yesterday almost felt like september. now we're walking into november 50's cover the coast 66 burlingame doubt of the south here. we got some lower 70's cooking here. 69 mountain view and the south bay us. try 69 morgan hill, 71 san jose 70 per cupertino east bay shoreline also around 70 a lot of uniformity with temperatures even though the rain is going to be late today 73 for tri valley 71 for walnut creek. 62 berkeley 64. working at 67
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going on for fairfield. 62 for napa and 62 santa rosa, here we have in our active week ahead. we have bouts of rain coming and going as we walk you through tuesday night wednesday is another one friday into saturday. that's a little bit more potent by the end of the week. and in some of these, the air will be cold to send some mountain snow. so expect some statements on that as well. know. looking forward to it. >> well, slowly but surely live performances are making a comeback across the bay area, including more intimate productions across san francisco. one such production opened this weekend. it's called this is our youth director and actor of ajo. joining us now to talk a little bit about this process of bringing back live theater to the bay i know that it's been a tough year for performers for it's kind of an understatement to say it's been a pretty tough but you came out of this pandemic now
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with this performance. and i want you to talk to us a little bit about what it took to get to this point. >> yeah. i think, you it was a really difficult, i think put together, especially live. yes, certain to the lot, you know. how the pandemic was going on with like also that the revival of the delta strain coming through how willing are ordinances to come together and it's the states that i you know, basically we just the deer to like masks vaccine mandates out the venue and then bringing together. we've >> we started rehearsing before you know, it's 3 weeks before and walk down it and we're pretty devastated because we're like 2 events. the characters are ready. everything was kind of sidetracked. but over the course of the year. side to start getting back together. we started doing it over zoom for quite a while. we got kind
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of sick of that. so we took a break and after about 2 months, we came together started to get live together in real space after we got and since then, we've i think brought together something quite wonderful. so not. >> luckily been able to see. i saw the 1st half and it really is a great story. you're going to be doing this at i hotel manila town center. it's a pretty historic space. so what does it mean to you to be able to perform there because when you are just performing the act. one that was in kind of an outdoor, you know, the makeshift area for people to actually see what you've been working on and it was great in that space. but to now be able to have the i hotel manila town center. what does that feel like to be able to put it on there. >> yeah. you know, the makeshift spaces outdoors were really good preparation for i'm a seminole towne as well for i hotel. we you know, the whole vi that i do want to do with traditional theater. i
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want people to come into a place where they thought it's like this is a theater. you know, i want people to come in and think oh, this is a little, you know, rundown apartment the i hotel the way that it's kind of designed is has a gallery space and it's may and it's really adaptable. and so we've done this kind of thing where it's like 70 black box the kind of within the structure itself. so it does feel like a guy's apartment when you actually their lives in the space. the way it slip that the props around you to weigh how how close you are. also to be to the production. and so the performance it's just been a delight. i think the last 2 performances people really enjoyed this committee feel of the area that space. again, i don't know. it just gives us like want. there's a warmth to it soon as i walked us that place, it just felt like i got to take a chance on this and try it this way and it's worked out. honestly like
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it's just been so it's just been there's a way to that place. yeah. what are the stakes? why did you choose this story. this is our you tell us the plot too much away. >> of course. i mean, this is a really famous for actors anyway. he acted school go to some usually some guy. any any like young person's assigned a scene from this play because every scene in this place a mask. we the big one that gets the sign. does character. i play tennis his monologue, which is a three-page monologue right at the end. there is quite quite and quite difficult but climb as rising when you do see quite funny and sad at the same time. so the u.s. actors were anytime mentions when actually they doing. this is our youth. that just, you know, their eyes light up and it's been done previously by many a list
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actors like james, you and mark ruff originated. one of the roles. you know that casey affleck matt damon most recently with michael cera and during covid on broadway in 20 14. it's just it's just a fantastic story. and i don't want to give anything knowing that it set in 1982. and it's about 2 little rich donors who are up to find out what life is about. and it's it's it's just fantastic. sounds like a lot of a san franciscans can can really relate to, know, i don't set in new it really is. it's very engaging right from the jump which i really the where can people get tickets. >> they can get tickets at lose face tough brown paper tickets to come. >> we're we're selling them that the. >> shows are going to october 31st. we have i believe, 6 more shows and next weekend friday, saturday, sunday. and
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then we cannot after friday saturday, sunday okay. and tickets very affordable. i'm looking forward to seeing it. i'm going next weekend. so. >> i can't wait. definitely break a leg you have a show tonight. if folks are looking again to kind of get out of the little bit of rain that we're expected to have this evening. and and later this this is something they want to check out thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you. thank you. we'll be right back.
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to get ready for an earthquake to plan ahead. we will be streaming chron's documentaries on the earthquake this afternoon on kron-on between 10 o'clock this morning and 6 o'clock tonight. still ahead on the next hour, the kron 00:00am morning news a protest that is shining. >> a negative light on facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg, why that facebook users union they want him fired will have the details in a live report.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 9. >> good sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow and i'm will tran easy like sunday morning. get out. enjoy it. because i know rain is coming tonight. we've been waiting for that rain for quite a dave spahr says don't get discouraged. if we don't get a lot today because there's more to come later this week. right. it's like a mini series. so we have more to come this week. that's this one is going to be one of the hits that we're getting. >> from all of these. this one is going to be one of the colder one. so therefore it means mountain snows even have a winter weather advisory going on up in the mountains. >> it's kind of a sidebar issue when you have colder air like that. you know, that sometimes a chance to get some lightning strikes with that too. that's like a little side issue. there to make note of. but as far as what we're looking at right now to get things started. it's really the fog at the surface level we're dealing with that run
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the immediate they aloft. we showed you some open sky with some scattered clouds in there. temperature check for you. still a chilly 49 going on up at santa rosa 50's across much of the bay. some lower 60's to be had here and there. the winds are not much of anything but this afternoon. that's what you're going to feel and say, things are changing here. there's that cold wind, the clouds will return after they open up a little bit for the skies. that's that daytime heating wink wink for strikes of lightning. we get there is the storm system in place. you see the clear patch there. looks like it's filling in a little bit. but then the timing for the rain for the much of the bay will be very much like a winter storm starting in the north bay cross midday and then down south as the evening progresses break in the day down for you this little bit optimistic for a lot of sunshine here. but we do see a clear patch here and they're happening during the day. we'll say about 70 or so or lower 70's for highs inland coming up in a bit. we're going to time this all out for you. what's going on for today. what you can expect for the week ahead. will.
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>> dave happening today on the peninsula, the face but users union. they plan to protest. mark zuckerberg right at his house. and they they're even going to facebook headquarters. they're actually launching a fire. zach campaign as a way to call on facebook to fire their boss. that's right. this all couple of weeks after whistleblower frances way again testified before congress saying facebook chooses profit over public safety kron four's camila barco joining us live now from palo alto with more on what's expected to happen today. camila. >> some facebook users are not happy with the way the platform is ran. they want to see mark zuckerberg stepped down from his will. so today some people are meeting here at green, middle high school and powell and then they will head out to zuckerberg's house to protest his part in the company. now, as you guys said, this comes after hearing frances haugen testify in front of congress. how can was a data scientist at facebook for about 2 years and she says
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the social media platform harms children creates division and weaken crusie. how can also lead to study that showed facebook and instagram negatively impact young people. she's accusing the social media network of doing more harm than good. and she wants a cupboard to leave. >> mark holds, a very unique role the tech industry and that he over. 55 1% of all the voting shares for facebook. there are no similarly powerful companies that are as he unilaterally controlled. and the end, the buck stops with mark. there's no one heard currently holding mark count by himself. >> the buck stops with him. the buck stops with him. >> now in a long facebook post zuckerberg dispute. how how claims he says the company is focused on the safety wellbeing and mental health of its users. zuckerberg also argued that instagram does
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help teens when they are struggling. however, both. it's a cupboard and how and agree on the need to update internet regulations. now the protests will take place outside zuckerberg's house around new today and it's unclear second will be home or if he is even aware that this demonstration is happening, but protesters are making sure that their message is heard. now the law will i did just speak to a protester over zoom just a few minutes ago and she does tell me that facebook is not the problem. it is is a covered. so today they are hoping that zuckerberg does here that their message and he steps down from his role. back to you guys. >> might be interesting to see what his response be after this. frances haugen did say that she doesn't blame zuckerberg that he started this. but perhaps the company is now even bigger than what he can possibly control. marcus civil law continue to update you on this protest as it will start in just a few hours happening tomorrow parents are planning a school walkout across california to
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rally against vaccine mandates for school kids news of tomorrow's walkout 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 california schools. we reached out to school districts across the bay area about possible disruptions and what they are doing to possibly prepare for that. and so as we find out, we'll let you know. >> in the east bay alameda county deputies are warning parents about brightly colored fentanyl that they're seeing on the streets. deputies say the brightly colored drug could attract children because of its color and how it's being disguised. here's a photo of a recent drug bust. as you can see, those pink and purple baggies there this what's happening last week, the hayward police department also found similar colored fentanyl in that city. police say some of the drugs look like chewed up bubble gum. fentanyl is a deadly synthetic opioid that is extremely
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dangerous. it is up to 40 times more toxic than heroin which increases the users risk of an accidental overdose. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news a man in want it in pleasant hill for a stabbing. what police say happened during the crime. >> plus, lake tahoe's water level is the lowest it's been in several years. why it has scientist business owners and tourist very worried about its future.
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>> 9 o 9 here on this sunday morning. and there will not be a workers strike in hollywood. the union representing the crews that bring films tv shows to life agreed to a new contract with some major studios this weekend. sources say the international alliance of trickle stage employees and the alliance of motion picture and television producers concluded on an agreement. it's a 3 year deal that covers 60,000 workers. the deal avoids a strike that would have been the biggest strike across the country since world war 2. >> there is more fallout from the latest. dave chappelle netflix special called the closer netflix says it fired one of its workers for leaking the confidential price, the company paid for the special. the company reportedly paid more than 24 million dollars. netflix says it understands the worker may be disappointed but trust is the quarter. the
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company, the special is under fire because of what some say are transphobic comments made by chappelle. some workers are talking about a possible walkout tomorrow after the ceo insisted the special did not cross the line. >> vanessa bryant could be forced to undergo a psychiatric evaluation as part of her lawsuit against the los angeles county sheriff's department bryant is suing la county for invasion of privacy and that diligence after claiming workers improperly shared pictures from the january 2020 helicopter crash that killed kobe bryant their daughter gianna and 7 others. the county claims the family's distress was not caused by the sharing of the pictures, but from the accident itself. >> all right. looking for a little bit of sun and cloud mixture, if you will, for the day today. those muted temperatures, though, only lower 70's going on for the afternoon. and then it's about of rain for this evening. a look at some of the time. you
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good news. it will be seeing more where this came from. >> and we're seeing some clouds and fog kind of fill back in again, at least at the coast. that's half moon bay for you. but we're going to see some sun do its magic too. so we'll see a little bit of sun giving a solar heating today. just a touch and then comes that system by the evening hours. it looks like it's a quick temperature check for you powered one most readings are in the upper 50's lower 60's line up in the north bay here center rose has been bouncing all over the place. they were everywhere from the upper 30's to the 40's. now that shot up to about 50. you can see 55 san francisco 58 for san jose. this is the radar satellite composite here for you and we see upstream the line of concern this is the break, though, going on for your sunday in the other issue is going to be some of those winds to know. whats going projects for your future cast for mixed bag. sun and clouds today, some coastal drizzle and all that boom. here comes the official line. there's the timing pretty much agreement on the models so anywhere say from for all the way through 7, 8 or so behind it, we clear out very quickly. so after the
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rain you get your stars and everything like that. but it will be a bit breezy. so definitely throw on the jacket. it will be quite chilly out there in the evening hours tomorrow morning, too. first started the day inland spots you might see some upper 30's with all of this going on too. couple spotty showers here and there. now the winds, this is what you're going to notice. first, the pickup for the east bay solano county, little bit in napa county. and then the front drops through. and this is where everybody kind of gets a real quickly here. a big ups uptick with those winds and then we're back to the breezy conditions overnight in for much of the day for tomorrow. so. it's come with the typical kind of stormy package. another little sidebar with all of this as the sun is able to come out. give us that heating during the day, we might have potentially some instability maybe with some of this. but a very quick system moving through today. variable clouds evening. rain that we talk about some breaks of sun cool chilly start for your monday and winds and all that rain hits by wednesday. we have another bout for thursday, friday and technically as we get into the weekend, too. and
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then for next weekend it's a rain and showers continue. so this is great and this is actually going to next monday as well. so we'll see how that bites into the drought here. 61 san francisco 65 for oakland 71 san jose. big change in those temperatures again, notice in the clouds and the sun mixture lower 70's covers in the east bay 60's up to the north bay in a bit. we'll have your 4 zone forecast and look at that extended for those patches of rain coming our way all week. well. >> thanks, dave. the u.s. coast guard and the national transportation safety board or ntsb has named a party of interest in the investigation into the oil spill in southern california. they're looking into mediterranean shipping company didn't it. that's because one of its container ships was involved in an anchor dragging incident way back on january 25th. the coast guard says the incident happened when the storm impacted the port of los angeles and long beach. they say the anchor dragging happened close to the pipeline
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that ruptured which subsequently of course, was determined to be the source of the oil spill. now, despite all of this, the coast guard says they are still examining other pipeline scenarios and other vessels of interest. lake tahoe dealing with. well, first it was the caldor fire and now they just can't get a get a break because the surrounding communities. now they're dealing with yet another issue. >> the lake's water level at noon wallace reports the lake is at its lowest level for several years and that has a lot of people very concerned. >> the our children had a great time checking out the jet skis on the shores of south lake tyler family is visiting from the bay area it's a very nice sunny day yet in doing so far other than i see everything. but the beautiful conditions have come with a cost due to the lack of precipitation and dry winters. the lake is now experiencing its lowest water levels in 5 to give you an idea of how dry things have gotten here at
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lake tahoe. well, look no further than here at kings beat at the north shore. i should be submerged in water underneath this pier. but it's slowly evaporated. over time. >> and now families the to walk past the pier to get to the shoreline over the last few days. the lake fell below its natural rim u c davis co director for watershed sciences jalen explained why that's significant. >> currently the inflow into like ajo. it is less than the evaporation. from the lake. if that trend continues. that means that the level of the holds key going down london points out water. evaporation is typical for lake tahoe. >> but the level at which the water is receding this year has him and others concerned as the visuals of drought become more and more apparent. >> a lot more rock stick out and a lot more features start to become dangers. anthony spit ucci is the owner of taco paddle sports and clear kayak tours while he and his business are doing fine. he worries the region will suffer without more help from mother nature. it helps everybody in
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general because in lake tahoe, you're coming up here for the lake. so the more water that's out there, the better this father agrees. he hopes the lake will be here for generations to come over that time. and this gives girl update. their lead is at this lake and an h a beauty definitely want visit every year. let's pray for snow in lake tahoe, a tom wallace. >> well, instagram is testing notifications to let you know when there's an outage. plus a best buy membership might help you score a ps 5 rich demuro has the details in this morning's tech smart. >> here's what's happening in the tech world after last week's major outage. instagram says its now testing notifications to let users know when something is going wrong. the company says they know users find it frustrating and confusing when things aren't working and lots of times users are left wondering if anyone seeing their posts or maybe if they did something wrong, the company will now use the activity fee to show you notifications related to outages are technical issues
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and another notification when things are soft right now. instagram says this is just a test. but if it goes well, though, expand it to more people. tile is revamping its entire lineup in an effort to better compete with their tax. the company's most popular tracker is the $35 pro. they're making it easier to clip to key chains and other things. other models include the sticker which is handy for remote controls. they now make a loud or rain when you're trying to locate them and can survive up to a meter of water for half an hour. 2 features coming soon include the ability to scan for unwanted trackers nearby and ultra wideband support for precision finding best buy's $200 membership program just might help you get your hands on a ps 5. this holiday season. the company says its total tech membership is now available nationwide. the service costs $200 a year and includes unlimited geek squad tech support up to 24 months of product protection, including apple care plus free delivery
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>> welcome back. 9.25 here on this sunday full court opportunity for children with special needs a basketball clinic kicked off in southern california organized by a very selfless teacher, ok, so it's called the inaugural hoops for 1, 3 in redondo beach. it teaches kids. the intricacies of doing that. >> back and forth mess around and get a triple-double like steph curry. it gives the students a chance. bottom line is for them to have fun. check it out. it's a sport that has no boundaries and doesn't look at who can and who can't. one thing that we titled our camp today was nothing is impossible. my name's i'm going tease and i'm the owner and coach of hoops for 3rd hosting our first annual
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hooper's helping. >> who scored 13 free basketball clinic for kids with special needs replace myself being a teacher. we have kids currently in our class with special needs and the process began. and i was like, let's get this out immediately. and here we are today with our first annual it will be shooting around doing couple of drills trying to make it really feel like it's a combine of skills and drills of the game of basketball playing basketball. most importantly having fun with each it's no longer a kid with special needs. it's just another child on the court playing basketball living a jury and having fun while and they're just out here and laughs and their giggles says the most rewarding thing we've been blessed with a community where they support us. but i want to give back. i've been involved with coach miguel with my kids ever since he
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started 3 years ago. clinics like this for that. you know that the special needs kids fantastic to see him doing something like this. >> one reason this program. i really feel successful. it's because we're actually just spoke to one parent right now who this is the first time shown up she wants an it's about just having the safe fun environment were just kids can come out and now the kids. but the families. >> well, the state of california has released its annual reading report card and it found half of our students to not read at grade level and 8 of the bottom 10 districts are in northern california. that includes district in san mateo, santa clara sonoma, alameda and contra costa counties. some of these districts are reporting as low as 18% of students reading at or above grade level in an effort to put more books in the hands of young kids, though there's a bay area. author is looking to give away a 1000 copies of her latest book. it's called chocolate
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thank you to all those today marks a tragic reminder of the destructive power of earthquakes 32 years ago today, october 17th the loma
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prieta earthquake took the lives of more than 60 people and injured thousands. the 6.9 magnitude quake caused about 6 billion dollars in damage. destroying homes and even causing part of the bay bridge to collapse. the images are unforgettable over the past few decades they learn from. and you can see the buildings collapsed and. >> you know, the experts, the people build the bridges, the buildings they try to make it a lot safer for everybody because let's face it, we live in an area where it's not if but when ad nother major earthquake will hit and you know, if the mother encouraging not just the professionals but all of us to be prepared an earthquake. dave spahr and i were talking about this and where were you when this all happened. i was a senior in high school when this all went down. i just 3 months old i just a couple of years ago when it was the 30th anniversary. we all did anniversary package is about this and and talking to people who who went through it. i
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mean, it's it's just devastating to look at those images were having the documentary reagan era today. starting in about 30 minutes from now on kron on and that will run all the way into 6 o'clock tonight as though you need a reminder. but the images, dave unforgettable yeah. i was in a jacksonville, florida and they talk about the water table being shaken because of that quake. >> local radio stations even did 15 seconds of the week later. but you think you see all those mountains when you drive around, they had to be built somehow. and they're built by earthquakes or remember, the earth is very active in. it will remain active even after the sun blows up. so for today, that's still with the short term here, if we will. we've got going on this evening is some showers to march on through expected to be if you want our event or so the bulk of which will move through before that will happen. will get winds with that and some chilly temperatures all day today. we're going to move much for the mercury movement here. we're also kind of battling some fog to as we get things started. now, this is also the cloud cover. we see it half moon bay. we saw a lot of that fog kind of lay over a little bit around the bay area.
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here's how it looks like from space. however. and again, upstream. there's the line very clear before it gets here. we actually have some clear patches which to deal with. so some decent sunshine for you. temperature correction is already in place, although the north, a nice recovery after we saw some upper 30's up to 50 now santa rosa napa, 52 foreign 55. meanwhile, san francisco in 58 for san jose. the wind check for we've got some teens going on already. and this is just a snapshot of where the winds currently are, they're going to build as the day progresses and it will be kind of breezy even into monday with a lot of sunshine for your monday that will be post storm system this war. talk about some of the fog. you can see off in the background here in the east bay shoreline above. it looks like some scattered clouds high temperatures today will be in the lower 70's in a bit. we're going to walk to the bouts of rain. we have several systems to look at it. some nice winter event looks like for us for the next week ahead. plus, your 4 zone forecast and that extended well. we have another
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story that we want to tell you about this one involving a family out of campbell horrible. i have of fur baby. you don't mess with my for baby and. >> they found out in a horrible way. they took their cat to get it checked out, right. because of what happened recently. and then all of a sudden found out through an x-ray. >> covers amanda hari spoke to this family about their cat and why they're confident that it was shot with with a pellet gun and white happen close to home. >> the family tells me they used to that lucifer. the cat room. this neighborhood all the time. they say that he was well loved by the neighbors and would always come home. but now after he was hurt, they believe, possibly by someone in the neighborhood. they don't let him out as much. >> scary to think that somebody in the neighborhood right here is shooting catch jennifer and mike payne described their catch. lou suffer as a lovable rascal. but these x-rays show he had a
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very scary experience. >> they believe it happened right in their neighborhood was shot in the back legs. so he was like running away when he was shot. the pings took lucifer to the vet a few weeks ago after he came injured, vet believes he was attacked by a coyote. they did some x-rays to make sure didn't break anything. and found these pilot bullets. they were surprised to find the pellet >> well, it behind his knee and they said had healed. so he's likely been a couple months probably they say they had no he was shot in the last few months. >> they had loose occur since he was 6 weeks old he is now 3 years old. this has been his only home he would wander the neighborhood. but always stayed close the stage for the few blocks from the house. so we know for sure it happens. >> or 2 blocks over from our house that the most they say they find this even more shocking because lucifer is a friendly everybody loves them
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and he makes himself at home everywhere. he can actually open front doors that there's a lever. so that's what he's made so many friends. if you leave your house unlocked he can open the door and man who suffers made a full recovery. but they're keeping him closer to home. they say he isn't the only cat in their neighborhood here. campbell avenue and the santa mosques expressway has been hurt recently neighbor. also their cat was shot in the neck. down the street from this year and another cat has disappeared. recently. the pings tell me that some of their neighbors aren't letting their cats out as much as well. >> they say the vet tells them they can't remove those pellets from their cat because it could cause more damage cow that it's healed in campbell amanda hari kron 4 news. >> in the south bay milpitas police are investigating an officer-involved shooting. it happened friday afternoon. investigators say officers were trying to pull someone over in a suspected stolen car near the milpitas square shopping center active say
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during that stop. the driver started shooting at police. the officer then returned fire and hit the driver officers were eventually able to uphold that person out of the car and medics took him to a nearby hospital treated for injuries. investigators say the officer involved was not injured and neither were any bystanders. there's no other information on the suspect that's been released just yet. pleasant hill police, meanwhile, are hoping a sketch can lead them to a man who is wanted in a brutal stabbing that happened earlier this week, kron four's phillipe djegal picks up the story. >> a white man possibly in his late teens to early 20's standing 5, foot 8 with a husky build and shorter dirty blonde hair is believed to be the suspect pleasant hill. police say allegedly stabbed the 23 year-old man at around 1030 wednesday night. >> investigators with composite sketch of the man yields leads. i think we're dealing with a lot of young emotions.
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>> and i think that obviously big mistakes were made. but we're here to investigate it to the fullest extent that we can sergeant david down, says that around 1030 that night. at least 3 people. what was believed to be an older model white four-door the passenger side driving down the 3,000 block of putnam boulevard. 3, 3, skateboarders passing by downs says the eventual 23 year-old victim through something back, hitting the car and that's when the driver jumped out ran after and the fact that we are asking for the public's help for any exterior surveillance cameras. >> in the footage that people might have at their homes or businesses specifically in the area of putnam boulevard. the victim was hospitalized and was rushed into surgery. police say he is currently in stable condition. mayor susan, no act encouraging the public to keep emotions in check. please. you know, this is a welcoming city. >> it's a great small town feel city and we want to maintain that and tracking the suspect down will help.
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>> in pleasant hill phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> at least half a half dozen lawsuits have been filed by people who want to force hospitals use in from acton to treat covid and from acton is an unproven d worming drug that's i'm confused as a covid-19 anecdote. but there is no evidence that shows it works against covid. the drugs used to fight parasites and has been championed by conservative commentators judges so far that their rulings have been mixed. some refuse to have the hospitals use this drug while others ordered medical providers to supply in from acting to covid patients. so the jury's still out on them. not conclusive just yet. we are getting obviously closer to the holidays. and if anything has taught the movie planes trains and automobiles. it is scary traveling for the holidays and now it got a little scary. well, and a lot of people were saying you need to buy your tickets away before halloween. because the prices are going to be. >> very, very high. this also
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all comes after southwest airlines had to cancel thousands of flights just last weekend. vaccine mandates are going to start taking effect. so it's going to be interesting holiday travel season. pedro rivera has a little bit more detail. >> travelers were frustrated with southwest airlines canceling more than 2000 flights. and it looks like this could be the start to more cancellations and delays in the near future. for more airlines or. >> you need to be prepared that you may have a chaotic. >> since the 2 major us airlines are facing a possible pilot shortage and it could be because of vaccine mandates. airlines have told their employees they must be fully vaccinated against covid-19 by december 8th with american airlines pilots must be fully vaccinated by november 24th the day before thanksgiving president and travel industry analyst at the atmosphere research group henry have a belt says this could possibly keep you from getting to the family feast. you may face a
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delay. it could be a few hours. it could be a day or more will be just don't know yet. it's too soon to tell. >> according to the federal aviation administration. pilots will have to wait 48 hours after each dose before they can operate. there. >> it's available to operate the flights during the thanksgiving and christmas holiday. i love the union had made a similar statement. >> captain eric ferguson. president of allied pilots association released a statement saying american airlines management continues to engage with on all things pandemic-related including the vaccine mandate. he went on to say the white house should permit the same alternatives to the vaccine that are expected to be allowed under the anticipated osha emergency rule covering companies with more than 100 employees this would ensure the same level of safety while preventing the destabilization of our industry on the eve of the
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holiday season. the union is hoping to get extension on the november 24 deadline. if you want to travel this thanksgiving and christmas. you can.
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>> it's 9.44 on this sunday morning reading a lot of fun in the commercial breaks wish you guys could just like be. no, no, they don't want to know how the but we'll have another cup of coffee already
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in his it's it's a war. it's a hot cup of coffee. it's a little chilly out there today and we're going to keep in kind of that chilly mode. the rest the week, right. they were making hot dogs. that we do see a rain chance happening this evening. but the good news is this opens up the door for more to come. live shot sfo dancing planes all this morning. so all that's good. >> some scattered clouds as that low or fog that we've had to deal with as well. however, we'll probably see a decent amount of sunshine coming out today to but don't expect much mercury movement is going to be cool as we see those on shore. winds picking up this is what it looks like in half moon bay. we'll probably actually see this clear out after the rain shower event happens this comes with that winter weather up in the mountains. this from 08:00pm tonight to 05:00am monday. this also tells you cold air aloft. i mention that because there might be some instability with the system temp technically, you might even pick up some hail and some locations as a possibility. so if you see that, that's what's going on here. here's our onshore wind before it gets here. you see a building in solano county. all the east bay system drop south
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brings that patch of rain and we're off to the races to start this week ahead in its wake cold temperatures. the winds will remain overnight as well. as you can see, what a run through quickly. the future cast for see things break up. there's the line, the opportunity of rain is about 45 minutes or so breaks up in its wake with the keep a few little spotty showers in all of that. how much rain we get. i know it doesn't look like a lot, maybe a nickel for lucky a dime or so we expect more upstream. let's run through this year. here we go. that is midweek there on your wednesday thursday this is good weekend. there's more be had. and by the time monday gets here than the system start to track starts to go to the north a little bit today. we expect 61 san francisco make that 71 san jose across the wider lower 70's in the far east bay your 7 day forecast. there it is. rain opportunities in and out going remain quite chilly. looks almost like a winter forecast. that too.
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>> and the museum of the african diaspora is finally ready to welcome back. visitors this week. 5 new exhibitions at the museum highlight a week of reopening events. moab sf is also how it's called focuses on documenting the history art and culture of the african diaspora. joining me now is executive director of the museum and at a white and curator, say mensa, i hope i pronounced your name correctly the official reopening day. this thursday the the museum, of course, has been closed for months and months. another talk to me a little bit about the work that you've had to do to make this reopening a missed this pandemic. >> all right. yes, well, we've been for the last 18 months pivoting to online programming while we were closed. and now just getting prepared to
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welcome our patrons back. we're so excited to have everyone back in to see this amazing exhibition with our 5 outstanding artists that are here and i'm so happy that larry is here to join he's the curator for our exhibition. some of black votes. we also have believes in gala here from south africa. and we have some emerging artists that are opening with city cain on legal weed for its a film exhibition weaver and also samberg. and so we're super excited to because 18 months and to open with this exhibition is super exciting. we are literally on world stage here in san francisco at with these artists. >> larry, talk to me a little bit the the multimedia. i know its films its its regular paintings, its multimedia works. there's lots to look at there at the museum. talk to me a little bit about what people can expect in these exhibits. >> i think you you can expect to see the.
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>> the vastness of black creativity. i mean, i think with mako show beautiful paintings that he's created over the last 3 years from 2018 to 2021 with in-game was show that's carried by text wimberley. i'm an artist is working with fiber, which i think it's not always highlighted in platform. sydney bay area artists and france's from san francisco. reason whenever an rtd uprisings you know, blowing up quite frankly. you're going to see them all to to the black creativity like expression. it's very important. the work that mallette does. this is the second time actually had an opportunity to collaborate with lat outside extra night in a show in 2019. and so to be able to come back and understanding the importance of the work that they not only do in the bay but globally has been an honor to collaborate and be part of this experience. showcasing not
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only black car but really just celebrating our in general. i think it's something that. over the last, you know, 18 months i realize how important it is for our day today. existence. our and also just learning to understand ourselves and each other better. some super excited and looking forward to welcoming everybody comes to issue. we're so excited to have everybody come to know at. >> well where you kind of hit on it just a little bit because coming out of the year. we just had there been such an emphasis on understanding the black experience. it's been so prevalent and what do you hope people will be thinking when they leave the museum. >> well, i think potentially in the case of a marco show on its its title song. the black votes. it's an inspired by w e b dubois his book, the soul. so as a black folks with in 19 o 3 with that book was an assessment of black life. you know, at that time. you know. and so now when in 2021 and a
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lot of the challenges that he highlights in the book still challenges that the black community has which we engage with it. when we think about, you know, antiablack rhetoric. we think about fighting systematic oppression as i think what this exhibition particular leads. i'm thinking about black. joy. black subjectivity and just a celebration of lot. this and so my hope is that people see all these exhibitions understand the spectrum, a black creativity understand that this top notch world class you these are some of the best artists in the world. frankly of their generation and so. we want you to experience the beauty, but after some of these questions about, you know, what would the world look like. you know. if we continue to push black creatives to have agency in their expression in telling our stories because i think also that's an important thing it does is tell us stories. i mean, think brian terry who's releasing his book.
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>> yet have a right there. he's a bay area. you know, calling every artist my in my my my perspective, somewhat. i've gotten to know. as i think, you ad is just. >> this beautiful incubate or we can experience flu visual arts next saturday from 11 to 6 will be the community day will be open and free to the and it's really about to share this experience with as many people as possible. >> haha add it opens on the 21st to the public. that's this it's going to be something to see, especially like you said, we've all been cooped up and the importance of of seeing something that someone else has created that that we haven't yet experienced is so, so important. thank you guys for joining us this morning and letting us know what people can expect there at the museum going forward a great point to see you definitely. i'll be. see you definitely. i'll be. there will be right back.
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i'm 53, but in my mind i'm still 35. that's why i take oste bi-flex to keep me moving the way i was made to, it nourishes and strengthens my joints for the long term. osteo bi-flex, plus vitamin d for immune support. welcome back. before we go, we've got to show you this thing in washington state getting into the halloween spirit. a family. what bobbing for pumpkins at the point defiance zoo and aquarium in
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tacoma that swells home town to town. video was shared by the zoo. it shows the beavers in a pond filled with small pumpkins are nibbling on some tiny orange fruits in the post. as you wrote gorda times with the adorable family. while that butter not and not mag 2 you were talking about doing some cooking with squash and all that. i did. i went to a pumpkin patch down near half moon bay. yesterday we picked up some q pumpkins. i will be carving any of them. but i got not squashes. that's washed spaghetti. yeah. i mean, you know, you nice to to have a little bit of fall decor wright house. plus food haha. now, if you carve, the pumpkins is smart of you because a really rocky talked about pumpkins will rot quite quickly. we do want to give you a check of the 7 day forecast again, we are expected to have a little bit of rain tonight. but that's just a precursor for what's to come. as you can see later in the week sitting in the 70's and 60's, though, pretty much all week long, which is a not
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a bad place to be right. so dave was talking about today. tonight will be the county appetizer and will get rain as we move along the weekend. definitely a little bit windy, little bit of wind today, too. so definitely bring a jacket. if you're headed out the door. thanks for joining us here on the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm noelle bellow and i will try and make it a great one. everybody go out there and enjoy the sunshine before rain tonight. we'll see you next weekend.
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