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outside right now is showing some of those isolated showers continuing as you can see on radar. most areas have since cleared out. but we do have some areas to talk about. let's start over from fremont. milpitas. this area is currently seeing some light to moderate shower activity impacting some travel on both 86 ad as you head up to sun also be mindful that these areas are on the slick side right here as we are seeing that much needed rainfall. we'll have a bit of an impact on your morning commute. 2.80 is also slick. as you head down the peninsula woodside los altos hills. some of our areas that are currently looking at some of those light showers mostly stretching up in the upper -levations of the santa cruz mountains. as you can see, as we you move a little bit further into the south bay highway 17 is also wet that resulted in an accident last night. obviously having since cleared out. but with those slick conditions, you know, highway 17. it's a windy route. yeah. just want to take it slower, especially these mountainsides. as for current temperatures right now we're sitting in the 40's and 50's for most areas. couple of upper 30's in the north bay,
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though, so very much so put on the light puppies this morning. stay cozy and focus on staying dry from wednesday onwards through the rest of the forecast which i'll get to still to come right now. don, thank you for that. all right. let's get a look at the bay traveling from the east bay. >> into the city this morning. a little under 8 minutes we had earlier accident on the eastbound side of the bridge. there's a treasure island exit, not seeing much of a delay from that accident, though. 5, 1880 also moving along pretty nicely. last time we checked in on the san mateo bridge with some water droplets on the camera a little under 13 but definitely want to take your time as you're driving in case it's still slick. there. and as you head of the richmond across the word. sandra fell, a little under 8 minutes. we'll have more on your traffic coming up. but for now, daryn, james, back to you. >> 5 oh, one and happening now, thousands of people in the bay area have no power because that rain we're talking about. yeah, the storm system came on through did a number for some kron 4. sarah stinson live for us in the east bay this morning to explain. good morning, sarah.
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>> well, but more to explain that it is dark out here. it's always eerie when the power's out you forget how many street lights are usually are i'm going to try and i are set my camera and show you this is an intersection where you can see the street lights are all all of the lights are out. and so you want to take it slow. if you're leaving the house this morning for work because you could just speed right through and get into an accident with somebody else in the dark now live here in crockett on pomona street just one street example of what's happening across the bay area right now. nearly 21,000 customers without power in some areas. the power could be out until 8 tonight. no. take a look at this pg need power outage map. the green circles are the smaller outages and the orange and yellow are bigger outages. most customers about 11,700 plus are without power living here in the east bay. now we have video of everything's been going on overnight in
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yesterday afternoon when this rain really hit in san francisco's mission district only one customer without power right now. but there was video that we have a power pole sparking and then down in the peninsula. nearly 8,000 customers with power. the power's out, of course, as i said due to that rain and that rain was pretty good. i would say pretty solid consistent rain. pg e has been on site of outages trying to fix the problem. there are several damaged power poles in the bay area causing the outage. so they're going to continue to do their best to try and get that power back on. but for now as we leave the house this morning. if you've been able to watch just without power. make sure you take it slow out there treat those intersections without power as if they're stop signs seen a lot of people just roll right through and at a high rate of speed. so take it slow and be extra cautious and aware. we'll keep an eye on the i know when there expected to be turned back on. and for now
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live in crockett sarah stinson back to you, ok. thanks a lot, sarah. that will be a big story throughout the morning. >> the weather. yeah. we'll keep you posted. >> all right. also happening today we have parents and students planning a walkout of schools, all in protest of covid-19 vaccine mandates for students. this is happening all across the state in various spots. kron four's will tran is in santa rosa with the details morning. well. >> it might be a walkout or a sick out. but we are in santa rosa because a lot of parents in this town have reached out to us. so they plan to be in front of the school and not inside the school because many of them are against the vaccine mandate which governor newsome he realized that there could be some controversy around it. but he says it's for the greater good of the community and for the school kids what he would like to see is all school kids next fall between 7th and 12th graders be vaccinated with the ultimate goal of having kids between 5.11. eventually
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vaccinated as well. governor newsom has always said that he believes in the science and he points out that our state has the lowest number as far as covid-19 rates compared to many other places and with school kids being so close to each other. he would like to apply that science to them as well. speaking of science are a lot of people against this week track down actually a biology teacher who says that he is against the vaccine mandate. >> if this mandate goes through. it will be devastating to our school system. this mandate, especially in kids is a complete government overreach and that governor newsom is playing politics with our children. >> governor newson says that he will make exceptions to certain cases for health reasons or religious reasons. but he has full speed ahead on this. we will get reaction. we
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understand the school starts around 7.30 or 8 o'clock and they should be out in full force. and again, if they're not out there protesting many of those parents, not just here in santa rosa, but across the state plan to do a sick out and keep their kids at home, at least for today to send a message. >> governor gavin newsome telling him, don't tell me what to do about my kids back to you. >> all right. thanks a lot. we'll we'll check in with you later. 5. '06, and happening tomorrow. the cities of berkeley and the berkeley unified school district are opening a covid vaccine clinic for anyone over the age of 12, they can get their shots starting tomorrow at the clinic at berkeley high and there will be having that clinic. one wednesday at berkeley technology academy, students under 18 years old, have to have a parental consent form that signed tomorrow's clinic 11 to 6. the nation's top infectious
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disease expert doctor anthony fauci says the j and j vaccine should or should have been a 2 shot vaccine just like the pfizer and moderna. what the advisors to the fda felt. >> is that given the data that they saw very likely this should have been a 2 dose vaccine to begin with everyone who received that first dose of j and j who are 18 and older should receive it. so i think that's a very good thing. >> the fda vaccine advisory panel unanimously recommended booster. shots for the j and j vaccine on friday. >> 5. '07, is a time some breaking news from overnight. 2 people are dead after a crash on highway 2.37 in santa clara happened around 1045 last night between the junctions of lawrence expressway and great america parkway 5 cars were involved in this crash. the victims were found in separate cars. the people in the other 3 cars suffered only minor injuries.
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2 lanes had to be shut down for a couple of hours. but they have since been reopened. also in the south bay, 18 people now without a home after 2 separate fires in san jose. the first fire was at an apartment complex in the area of north 5th street and east saint john street. the san jose fire department tweeted out these pictures from the scene. 8 people in all were displaced by this fire. nobody hurt, though, thankfully. a few hours later, firefighters were called to a house fire on south 13th and east santa clara street again, nobody hurt in this fire either. but 10 people are now displaced. both fires are under investigation. >> time now is 5 '08. the estrada fire in santa cruz county is a 148 acres so far. and 60% contained right now. that fire started as a controlled burn near watsonville and then it jumped containment lines on friday. the fire is still threatening structures, power lines and sensitive habitat. zach, shun orders were reduced to warnings over the weekend.
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>> well, crews made significant progress overnight against a wildfire burning for nearly a week now in southern california in the coastal mountains. the fire burning west of santa barbara is now 78% contained. it's the alisal fire. it started last monday and it has scorched down nearly 27 square miles. it's currently threatening about 400 structures. new video out of milpitas this morning showing the moments during an officer-involved shooting kron 4 viewer sent us this video from across the parking lot at the milpitas square shopping center friday night. pitas police say that an officer tried to stop a car on suspicion of being stolen. now they say the person inside that car started shooting at the officer. and that's when police fired back. injuring the suspect at the very end of the video. you can kind of make out the officer shooting back at the suspect as he locks himself inside the vehicle. the suspect was treated at the area are at an area hospital and is now in custody. >> time now is 5. '09. and in the the woman accused of
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hosting drinking and parties for minors, including her sons is expected to be back in the bay area. shannon o'conner is being extradited from idaho. she's accused of buying alcohol for minors and luring them on social media to her house where she had parties. and that is where the teenagers say she pressured them to have sometimes against their consent. it is 5.10. and still ahead, a new sketch is out to show you the man wanted for a stabbing in the east bay. we'll take a look at that when we come back. as well as the january 6 committee is going to move to stay holed steve bannon in criminal content. so we're gonna have that story. and here you can see on facebook. the breaking news that we're covering, which is just released by the family of colin powell on facebook. they say that the first black u.s. secretary of state colin plower powell has died of complications of covid. this just coming in the last couple of minutes. you can see the post on his official facebook site there. read along. you can read with me. it says.
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>> general colin l powell, former u.s. secretary of state and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff passed away this morning due to complications from covid-19. he was fully vaccinated. we want to thank the medical staff at walter reed national medical center for their care. they're carrying treatment. he we have lost a remarkable and loving husband father grandfather and a great american and i'm just looking colin powell was 84 years old. colin powell was 84 years old. >> it's 5.11. will why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate-to-severe eczema, or atopic dermatitis under control? hide our skin? not us. because dupixent targets a root cause of eczema, it helps heal your skin from within, keeping you one step ahead of it. and for kids ages 6 and up, that means clearer skin, and noticeably less itch. hide my skin? not me. by helping to control eczema with dupixent, you can change how their skin looks and feels. and that's the kind of change you notice. hide my skin? not me. don't use if you're allergic to dupixent.
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>> 5.14, right now and check out this live shot of king veil you can see it's snow on the side of the road. the shoulders are all white. haven't seen that in a little while. fresh snow fell yesterday and this all comes, of course, as we get closer and closer to ski season. however, we're now learning that some resorts and tourist destinations may not be reopening anytime soon because the caldor fire that came through. remember we saw what happened to some of those resorts garage. paul has the latest. highway 50 is seeing a
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return of travelers. but some staples remain cloaked. 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 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
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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 living. you know, if people can make money or they can move that's not good for you know, 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 is a little out of practice or not leave in. and i know there's a lot of people that >> love this resort. >> 5.16 right now. and that's all what we're talking about as start to get rain and start to get snow and. >> that's a good thing. certainly feeling like fall this week. john, good morning. it really, really is guys. and for the sierra little taste of winter. now, as we do see that snow coming down. so rainfall for the bay area snow in the
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sierra. >> couldn't ask for much more except we do need a lot more of it. so hopefully it keeps on coming. this forecast looks hopeful for that. you outside right now on satellite and radar right around lake tahoe is showing ample amounts of blue. really once you head into those upper elevations of the sierra foothills are certainly full of rainfall. what you do get in the crest of the sierra. that's where you're looking at that snow having accumulated overnight, including routes like highway 50 and i 80 now for the bay area. things have certainly quieted down pretty evident here on radar. we'll zoom in on a couple of spots that we're still seeing some showers. those showers of work a little bit further south from fremont and from hayward and union city. although your roadways are wet skies of at least dried out temporarily for you where those showers have headed. well, that's a little bit further south just east of milpitas up above the foothills above san jose can actually see some pretty good rainfall intensity just east of milpitas right now as far as shower activity goes on the south into the peninsula. we are seeing most of our
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rainfall concentrated in upper elevations. but if you are traveling to a year doing so with some very slick conditions right now from woodside. as you head down towards los gatos. you are looking at some areas of light rainfall continuing even a couple of sprinkles around sonny bill at this current moment snowfall in the sierra nevada remains the rest of the morning while bay area really dries out. we're going to see sunshine today across the bay and we're going to hold on to that sun tomorrow as well. tuesday night into wednesday as we'll see the return of some showers across the region and some good rainfall coming down into wednesday. thursday continues. that shower potential as this friday saturday and sunday of the weekend. so today and tomorrow as we dry out, see that sunshine a good chance to get outside, take over some errands that you need to do in this forecast. you've got to concentrate on getting things done on these dry and sunny days. and today and tomorrow are about to be those 2 days in this forecast 60's for your highs on the peninsula saying carlos a nice 66 san jose. you'll be at a cool 63 very similar to the east bay
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hayward and fremont. 62 degrees. each oakland at 63 danville. and i 65 vallejo, you're right there as well. and our 2 warmest spots. well, that is nevado and center fell at 67 and 68 degrees. tomorrow's highs a little warmer than today's most likely to see any sort of 70's from tuesday into thursday. these will be our warmest days of your forecast. the thing about wednesday and thursday, though, these are going to be some of her rainier days, as will also be true into the weekend for friday, saturday and sunday. so today and tomorrow. enjoy the sun after that enjoy the much needed rain reyna don, thank you for that. all right. let's get a look at your traffic on this monday morning. we do. >> have an accident down in milpitas 8.80 southbound ramp to that to 37, 8.80, connector there. so right there single vehicle traffic collision and again, doesn't seem like it's causing much of a delay as you're traveling into the city from the east. a little under 9 minutes for your drive time. 5, 1880 also moving along pretty nicely at this hour. not seeing any issues or
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delays over there as you head across towards the peninsula a little under 14 minutes to make that drive. and let's check on conditions along one o one. we know we're seeing some wet conditions like john mentioned along 2.80, not seen any accidents the air about 27 minutes. you're traveling from 85 in the park and highway 4. also nice and light about 14 minutes. daryn. james, back to you. thanks a lot of 5.20, and today jury selection in the murder trial. >> for murder of ahmad arbery. this is all happening today. gregory and travis mcmichael along with their neighbor. william bryan are the ones on trial for the murder of arbery. he was shot and killed while he was out on a jog in february of 2020 and his death made national headlines. there was a viral video. they came out of what happened. and here's that video as many as 1000 county residents are going to report for jury duty.
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the pretrial publicity surrounding the ahmad arbery case has made it necessary to some in that big of a jury pool to find those who can sit on the jury. those 3 men are also facing federal hate crime charges. the trial is supposed to begin in february of next year. in other national headlines this morning the house select committee investigating the january 6th attack on the u.s. capitol is going to be voting tomorrow. >> on whether to hold former president donald trump and political adviser steve bannon in contempt. >> of congress. bannon is accused of not complying with the subpoena. let's find out more. this panel plans to move forward with recommending charges and washington, dc correspondent kellie meyer has the latest. kelli. good morning, daryn. james, will the chairman of the committee says bannon has declined to cooperate but bannon believes he doesn't have to disclose the information to the panel because he's covered by executive privilege. >> we just simply louis off
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california democratic congresswoman lofgren says testimony from steve bannon could help the select committee get to the bottom of what happened on january 6. there was coordination we can already see that as the first shot over the bow. it's very real. illinois congressman adam kinzinger. one of 2 republicans on the committee says the vote is an important step in finding the truth. i think the president has made it clear that we need answers to this. and i think, you know, the vast majority of americans agree. president joe biden is making clear his support of holding people like bannon in contempt. i hope that the committee goes but that could come down to the justice department who says it will make its decision on the law and facts. a lawyer for bannon says he will not be complying with the subpoena. adding that the documents, the panel is looking for are covered by executive privilege. kinzinger adds the committee's move could be a warning to others as us to anybody else coming in front of the committee. don't think that you're going to be able
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to just kind of walk away and we're going to forget about you or not. >> right now. that vote is scheduled for tomorrow night. if it passes, it will move to the house for a. house floor for a full vote reporting live here in washington. i'm kellie meyer. diane. james, thank you, kelly. >> 5.22 is the time. coming up after the break, group of missionaries from the u.s. are kidnapped by a gang in haiti. and now u.s. officials are trying to get those missionaries back home will have the full story.
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>> 5.25. is the time one of the big stories we're following this morning. the fact that former president bill clinton has now been released from a southern california hospital. we have video of clinton walking slowly out of the orange county hospital yesterday morning with hillary by his side. you'll see them come in. if you hear in a moment, the 75 year-old spent 5 nights at you see irvine medical center for treatment, of urinary tract infection that spread into his bloodstream and they are waving clinton was admitted to the hospital tuesday night after saying he didn't feel well. he was in southern california to attend events on behalf of his charitable foundation. >> developing news that we're following a group of 17 missionaries from a u.s. based organization have been kidnapped. >> by a gang in haiti. and
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among them, a 2 year-old child and some elderly people. among those missionaries, the gang is identified as the 400 mile gang. the group of missionaries was on their way back from a building they were building an orphanage was a project. they're working on saturday when they were taken. in the in area east of the capital of port-au-prince. a senior us official says that the u.s. is in touch with authorities there to try to resolve this case. >> many school kids across california plan to show up to school today with their parents hoping to teach governor gavin newsom, a lesson about vaccine mandates. i mean, santa rosa and all of the details coming up in a the details coming up in a live report. there's a different way to treat hiv. it's once-monthly injectable cabenuva.
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head outside. was it is fun for you. it was. yeah. i went to bed early last night but my wife said she heard. >> the rain start to. oh, yeah, we didn't have it yet in the mine was quite early on that. i went to it was hadn't started raining yet, but when i got to work this morning went out saw what you did. you see it. i got to see years. definitely came in first was right after yeah, i loved it too. and actually put the right to sleep for lying i could hear it. and that just puts me into the deep asleep ever. >> but hopefully wherever you are at you caught it just a convenient time when you're inside. we're able to just kind of wind down with those showers certainly was welcome after such a long, hot, dry summer like we had been seeing your view outside the golden gate bridge has really cleared out. that's true across most of the bay area at this point clearing skies out there for sure. let's zoom in on a couple of areas on this map, though, where we are still looking at some shower activity. this wide swath of green. you're seeing right here. that's in some pretty unpopulated areas. this is the tri valley there's your east
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bay and south bay corridor. so this is upper elevations in the foothills above san jose. they're still currently holding on to much of that rainfall. an area that has a few more of us living that are is actually seeing rainfall is right on the very southern edge of the peninsula into the south bay. sonny bill on over to mountain view looking at this area of light to moderate shower activity that is working its way on to the northeast. you're also seeing showers just above 2.80, in a couple of sprinkles right around portola valley on up to woodside as well. also along highway 17. watch this route. it's a very wet this morning. we've seen off and on showers. a lot of these are starting to die down, but still very present and president off the highway. 17 is indeed slick current temperatures are right now in the 40's to 50's alameda at 54 oakland at 55 degrees, even a couple of 30's up in the north bay santa rosa need the jackets up there. 39 degrees for your current temperature. keeping updated on the lingering showers. we have this morning and the additional rainfall we have
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later this week. still to come right now. john, thanks for that started with the richmond. sandra fell bridge. as you're traveling at a richmond right now. things are still pretty light at this moment. a little under 8 minutes heading across there. >> heading into the city. you're at looking at a nine-minute drive to that fremont street exit 05:18am. we'll see any major issues. we had an earlier accident on the eastbound side near the treasure island exit. they've been able to get that off of the bridge down heading across towards the peninsula. little under 13 for you there. and in the south bay traveling along one o one about 29 minutes towards middle part 8582 in 2.80. no major issues during james, back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. rain some breaking news to share with you this morning. former secretary of state colin powell has died at the age of 84 that news coming to us this morning. first released on facebook, on his official facebook page. a note from his family reads, general colin l pal, former u.s. secretary of state chairman, the joint chiefs of staff passed away this morning due to complications from covid.
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they went on to say he was fully vaccinated and then they thank the medical staff at walter reed national medical center for they're carrying treatment. they finished the note by saying we have lost a remarkable and loving husband father grandfather. the great american. >> time now is 5.33. and today some parents and students are going to walk out of their schools to protest covid vaccine mandate. yeah. walkouts are expected to happen all across the state, including. >> a handful of locations here in the bay area kron four's will tran is at one of those locations up in santa rosa with more on the story for us this morning. will. >> james, i'm in front of the office of education and sonoma county located in santa rosa. it could be a walkout. but in some cases it also could be a sickout. so a lot of kids will be home today as they and their parents are protesting. governor gavin newsom's vaccine mandate that the governor would like to see by next fall. all kids between
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7th and 12th grade to be vaccinated, to be inside the classrooms with the eventual goal of having kids between 7.11 years old. also become vaccinated because he believes in the science has been talking about that ever since. >> we just lost your mike, but we still can see the video there that you're showing will, thanks for the live report. we're going to keep check. that was will just to point out that santa rosa is just one like you said, james of a number of sort of spots around the bay area around the state where those who are against vaccines plan to make their opinions known 5.35. is the time right now. in other news that we're following. the east bay a pleasant hill. police are looking for a man who was involved in a violent stabbing and they want you to look at this sketch of the attacker. he's described as a man with a husky build in his early 20's and you can see ashore hair. this stabbing happened last wednesday and the victim was skateboarding
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when somebody in a car threw eggs at the skate boarder and then the skateboard or through something back at the car. and that's when the driver of the car got out chased after the guy on the skateboard and stabbed him multiple times. the victim is expected to survive, but he has serious injuries so 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. it was some bad decisions made that escalated into something that it didn't need to be get things look like they might be escalating walk away. >> once again. we just want to show you the sketch of the police are looking for this man. pleasant hill. police are asking anybody also who's in the neighborhood who may have gotten something on their home surveillance cameras to come forward because they could use that evidence to try to track the attacker.
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>> well, listen to this. in the south bay. 2 men were stabbed and one was shot in a violent attack in san jose. so this happened on and poli lane. this is early sunday morning. the man that was shot and one man that was stabbed were are suffering life threatening injuries are being tended to this morning. the 3rd victims stab wounds are considered not life threatening san jose police have not yet released any details about the attackers, but we'll stay on top of this story for you as well. and in the east bay, 3 people are under arrest now after a carjacking in concord. here are pictures of the car that was stolen and then ultimately recovered by police officers in antioch tried to pull the car over. but the driver refused to stop and that led to a chase that went through antioch before the carjacker stopped near the antioch golf course on lone tree way and ran off. police did manage to catch and arrest the carjackers. they were found with ar 15 style. semiautomatic rifle and also o'clock.
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>> it's 5.37 and contra. costa county sheriff's department says that a man was shot and killed and another was injured in bay point. the shooting happened at willow pass road saturday night. the person who was killed was an 18 year-old man named manuel pen ada and he was shot in front of a store. the other victim has minor injuries and was taken to the hospital. we don't have a description of the shooters at this point. it's 5.38. and still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news this week marks 30 years since the deadly fire storm in the oakland hills. >> we'll show you how the community is remembering those who lost their lives. and students across the state are struggling to read at grade level. now, one bay area author is trying to help and we'll show you how. and conditions this morning. drying back out after overnight showers. we're going to stay dry. in fact, for the rest of the day today.
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>> with plenty of sunshine highs mostly in the 60's talking about the return of rainfall in your forecast. and we start off this monday morning with a few accidents here and there are no major hot spots. >> also getting a look at your drive times. we'll have that. we'll be back right. 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. does he know you tripped over a basketball? that's a sports injury. at kaiser permanente,
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city. california has released its annual reading report card and they found that half of our students didn't read agreed at grade level even 8 of the bottom 10 school districts. our in northern california and includes san mateo, santa clara sonoma, alameda and contra costa counties. some of these districts report as low as 18% of students reading at or above grade level in an effort to get more young kids up to their grade level reading point bay area also nikki cooper wants to give away a 1000 copies of her book called chocolate covered courage with blessings on top. and the authors aiming 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 they be quite even re act, right them. >> become the heroes of their own rights by having courage to make good choices even when
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it's scary and uncomfortable, which we all can relate to. it and when that connection is made between reader in their yourself. it's and since i'm working this. >> you can find those books at barnes noble and target. and if you would like to help the author donate a 1000 copies to students across the state like she is. you can donate to her gofundme fund, which is called go fund me page is called for the joy of reading. it's 5.43. and we'll be right back. need long-lasting freshness? try new febreze unstopables touch fabric spray. it doesn't just eliminate odors... simply shake and spray to unlock the breakthrough power of touch-activated scent technology. that lasts, even hours later! that's because febreze touch stores scent in your fabrics
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community partnership. the relationship that we have now with the north hills community association, fire safe coalition. the establishment of our core and search emergency preparedness programs has been instrumental for us to ensure that what happened 30 years ago with the loss of 25 boxes and happen again. >> and because of the firestorm fire departments have made massive improvements in communication. in response and in strategies to this day, the cause of that fire. that's still unknown. >> time now. 5.47 and we want to take a look at the weather because big changes rolled in yesterday more of them are to come. and we really got a fall like forecast ahead. good morning, john. lovett, we definitely need this forecast guys, the rain, the snow in the sierra nevada. >> all of it and very welcome sight. obviously last week we had our warm-up to finish out the week temperatures did climb to some pretty warm highs on friday and saturday, sunday came with the cool down
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last night came along with the rainfall, too. showers are beginning to clear out for the bay area. still looking at snowfall in the sierra nevada, though zooming in on some spots here in the bay that are still looking at some light rainfall that includes just above fremont on up into the east bay hills right there. just the foothills above san jose to. we do have dry back out for the tri valley from here. we're down to fremont. your roads are still wet after some very early morning sprinkles but conditions are starting to dry out in the spots. highway 35 up in the santa cruz mountains. still looking at widespread rainfall and a couple of showers on highway 17 above los gatos 2.80. you are wet after morning showers, but the worse, our sense now dying down areas like cupertino as well. still looking at light rainfall sunnyvale. you saw showers about 20 minutes ago. but you have also dried out since then. focusing on the sierra for second highway 50 as well as i 80 both slick. both have snowfall along them. so very much so. a slick commute up into the sierra
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definitely be ready for that. as you head up that direction. snowfall does remain in the sierra for a few more hours. will the bay area dries out from this point forward looking at sunshine through your monday and into your tuesday, too. now late tuesday night into wednesday morning showers return. stay with us. into wednesday. thursday. also looking at potential rainfall has will also be the case into friday saturday and sunday. so why don't you take advantage of today and tomorrow. all the sunshine. we're going to be getting some 50's 60's for your highs. definitely good day to run some errands, maybe get some last minute yard work done ahead of what will be the return of rainfall for really much of the rest of the forecast after today and tomorrow. san jose, you'll be at 63 today. some low 60's right along the east bay shoreline temperatures of walnut creek and concord right at 66 degrees cool 65 and our warm spots today, senior fellow at 68 degrees. tomorrow's temperatures will be a little warmer than today and wednesday and thursday. stay mild as well. but rainfall is likely to return
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on into wednesday. staying with us. as you can see for really much of the rest of the week after forecast. we need to be saying just be prepared for it. umbrellas. get them back out later this week as well as your rain jackets, thank you for that. so we do have an alert here that just popped up on the map. police activity. >> this is 82 northbound and southbound south of trials still drive in burlingame. and so that highway winds right through the middle between one, oh, one to 80. all lanes are currently closed there. that's a south of trials. dale drive in burlingame. so again, the all lanes are closed. there. also another traffic collision. this is an oakland south on 8.80, at road. doesn't look like that's causing much of a delay slowing you down as you head into the city. a little under 9 minutes for your drive time there from the east bay. no major issues or delays as you're heading across towards the peninsula. we had some
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moisture. the air. so definitely want to take your time as you're driving and a little under 8 minutes as you head out of richmond across towards sandra fell starring james, back to you. thanks a lot right. >> so the raiders have put jon gruden there. the jon gruden controversy behind them with a divisional win over the denver. broncos are trying to move forward as best they can. yeah. the raiders are now tied with the chargers for first place in the afc west. kate rooney has the highlights. >> last week was a bit of a challenging one for the raiders. that's putting it mildly the resignation of head coach jon gruden after his e-mail controversy. the first game under interim head coach rich bisaccia. so that game sunday at denver felt like a critical want to win if this club is really going to be able to move on and salvage the season. so could the saatchi. i get it done in his first game on the job. let's find out first series of the game at mile high stadium. derek carr likes the long ball. here he goes deep to henry ruggs makes a nice adjustment. a double coverage to make the catch spins and
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gets into the end zone for a 48 yard touchdown that made it 7 nothing raiders and suing broncos possession here. teddy bridgewater. gives the rush. tim patrick. he goes for a 23 yard touchdown. 7, 7, time. maybe this is going to be a slugfest. but after that, the raiders rolled car. this time to kenyan drake out of the backfield. beautiful pass for the 31 yard touchdown that made it 17 7 raiders. we're going go to the 3rd quarter drake once again out of the backfield and martian it into the end zone. it's 24 7 vegas doing a little dance. and mark davis certainly looks happy with that one final score 34 to 24 raiders. they snap their two-game losing streak. they also forced those 4 turnovers. not bad. let's hear from the and derek carr after the game. >> certainly it's emotional for everybody. right. so i think they did a good job.
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this bunch of grown men handling emotions throughout the week. put it in perspective when it was time to go play. the game is a job for for all of us and and again, they seem to do really, really good job with we'll see what goes on from here. we'll see the consistency that we can have going on. i think that will be the challenge for all of us. if anything, what this does brought us really for sure. brought us with talking with the guys meetings and all that kind of >> and glad for organization to get a win. you know, we need to win this you know, sometimes you get punched in the gut. it's hard to bounce back. but we were able to do it. raiders are now foreign to their tide. >> it with the chargers and for first place in the afc west. that is it for your sports update. >> they put it behind him on. did. we'll be right back.
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to. this is fantastic news of a tacoma obviously we've got all these really no video coming in now that we're getting in the fall and pumpkins and people looking. what do pumpkins the zoo's, of course, benefit from the all thinking about the scale, though. remember, the elephants had giant pumpkins. are these like the tiniest pumpkins. you never see the light like what it is like pumpkin cherries about the size of apple's really take a break 5.57 coming up in the next hour, parents getting ready to stage a school walkout across the bay area. >> really across the state will tell you why they're protesting california's vaccine mandate for kids. and we're also continuing to follow breaking news. former secretary of state colin powell has passed away. we'll have details on why coming up at the top of the hour. >> and of course check tracking the showers that are still working across the bay area. you can see a couple of areas of rainfall including around los gatos as well as around the altamont pass usaa is made for the safe pilots.
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>> the bay area's local news station. you now with breaking news. good morning. i'm darya folsom. and i'm james fletcher. the breaking news story this morning. former secretary of state colin powell. >> has died at the age of 84. we're told it was due to complications from covid-19. he had been fully vaccinated, but apparently had contracted the virus. nonetheless. and


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