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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news heading. >> and rain this afternoon. with more to come later on this week. we're tracking it for you all have a look at that forecast. we're fully backs. you may not need to wear a mask which county eased restrictions today where you can go without that face covering. >> i feel like you could have been me or my friends or anyone else in the party. >> the search for clues continues as loved ones mourn the death of a family member new details tonight on the deadly weekend shooting at the gilroy council member's home. thank you for joining us for kron 4 news at 8 i'm pam
moore. and i'm ken wayne. it's a soggy start to november with rain falling across bay area. most of the day bringing a slick commute and some much needed drought really? most of the pass does for the evening, but more rain may be on the way to be sure. let's check in with dave spahr to tell us what's ahead day, ken and pam, good evening. good evening, everybody. and another batch of rain. but this time much more modest than what we've seen from last weekend. there's more yet to come in the longer range forecast models. however. >> and they will come in doses sort of like this, although we think the more intensity with some success of systems early into next week. current radar satellite picture. we're going to be eyeballing more down to the south. the santa cruz mountains as the stream comes moving in from the west to the east. you see that clump right there in that. so holds with it and perhaps from more some earnest rain for the santa cruz mountains as we get to them later hours for this evening going forward to watch this evening hours. you can see how things dissipate to the north, particularly and even off towards the east bay as the snow continues to churn a little bit down south to take us to the witching hour
over the next about 3 hours. we're looking at temperatures in the upper 50's. the winds will subside. it looks like by 10 or 11 o'clock tonight will keep rain showers there. but i think most folks are going to see drizzle and the development of fog to greet you by tomorrow morning. forecast lows tonight near about 60 going on. and again, noting that fog. this is a little different type of fog than you typically will get and it is also something that will affect areas that don't typically get morning fog. so watch out in some of those valleys in the inland locations. here's we have the fog cast. you can see really starting to develop that we get 04:00am, however, once the sun joins us, although it will be cloudy in the morning. it will really mix out that fog very nicely waking up tomorrow morning, patchy fog mostly cloudy skies by the noon hour called variable clouds as we start to improve and then by 3 o'clock, some late clearing in some locations reaching in the lower 70's picking out the south bay and the far east bay coming up in a bit. we'll take a longer range. look at those forecast models that tell us rain is yet to return in this
forecast. pam and ken. all right, dave, thank you. and some good news for the north bay. the santa rosa fire department officially declaring an end to its fire season. the department says with nearly a foot of rain in october. >> the threat of fires has been minimal lies to the santa rosa community, though the season is over, though the fire department is encouraging vigilance during the offseason and is asking people to stay proactive to prepare for next year. rain pounded most of marion county today and that was many people as they were still trying to dry out from last week's deluge. you're taking a look at some of the rain was coming. look at that is really coming down this in the afternoon in marin and ground force. re-assess your joins us from santa fell tonight to. >> us know how things are going risa. >> why they're pam and ken well here in samara fell certainly having all this rain is helpful for the drought to beat the drought. however, there are a lot of people here that are still dealing with all of the foul out from what
happened with that storm just week ago. >> monday's downpour dropping a lot of water on warren county streets and again filling up already swollen creeks in samara fell. this was the scene just a week ago cars trapped in water. trees down. >> when that giant storm swept in. >> the bottom of the door was blown i was with. >> and the water law says his office hit hard and he's still dealing with the damage flood waters caused did receive a call from someone in the neighborhood in i didn't know. thought there was water coming into my office. it wasn't until. >> tuesday morning when i actually got from chicago on monday night tuesday was able to get the office that i realized that 6 inches of water had intruded into my so it took its taken me a to a clean up and put everything back and hopefully get the a
mediation company is helping me is point. he says he can't second more water out when he first came in and did the remediation. he took a 50 gallons of water. and this is a concrete slab with a very thin coating on top of it. so there was a lot of water that he got out and ross as he runs the fans when he isn't working, it's just too loud to keep them going. then. >> he says all of pain. i'm not happy i don't think that this was i think this could have been prevented. i made a phone call. >> to the center public works and got someone live in their response to me was they had expected that in this time of year that they needed to get out and clean the drains. >> i followed up and called it the city manager as well as the public works department here in sandra fell to find out if they're going to taking a kind of financial responsibility for what he faced and other residents say
talked with here in the area, but they didn't get back to us. we, of course, know that all of this rain is very helpful for the drought. the reservoirs filling up your marine county. but as you heard, still a lot of people dealing with the aftermath of all of the flooding and all of the damage that it caused here in sandra fell theresa stasi. back to you guys. >> thank you. theresa kron 4 can help you stay up to date on the latest weather in your neighborhood. use the camera on your phone to scan this qr code. it will take you to our kron 4 mobile app. and there you'll find current conditions live radar and the latest forecast. some indoor masking rules have been eased into bay area counties, fully vaccinated, people in alameda and contra. costa counties can now go maskless in certain controlled setting sun force. amanda hari is live in downtown elevated tonight. alameda city. not just in the for us. amanda, what are people doing are they taking advantage of these new guidelines. >> actually seeing a lot of
people here still wearing their masks. i just spoke to a couple that was walking by and they told me they prefer to be cautious and it's also because this easing of restrictions is only for certain people in certain places. so if you're coming to alameda county or contra costa county or you work in this area, you're going to still need to keep that mask handy. >> i think it's going to be relieved to some alameda and contra costa counties have eased the mask requirements in certain controlled setting 6 officials say people no longer have to wear masks and offices gyms and indoor gatherings dissipating businesses are hosts must verify that everyone is fully vaccinated and have no more than a 100 people present at one time 100 people can do this in san francisco as of october 15th so alameda and contra costa just. >> following suit. infectious disease expert monica gandhi thinks this change could help stimulate the economy. and so the hope would be this would stimulate business downtown
and stimulate place people to go into a gym. for example. >> and we're all showing vaccine cards. anyway. gundy says, well, this is a major step in the right direction. people shouldn't expect to see covid disappear. i think it's important for people to know and understand that we're not going to get rid of it completely. >> but living with the virus under control. like many european countries have been is not a. >> terrible place to be. doctor gandhi sent me this graph from our world data. it shows just how few people are dying from covid-19. >> in countries where nearly 80% of people are vaccinated. >> living with the virus that under control. he's not a terrible way to live remember when's the last time that you personally thought about pertussis and measles and other pathogens that are under control. >> doctor gandhi tells me she doesn't believe the mask mandate will be completely lifted in either of these 2 counties until 8 weeks after 5
to 11 year-olds are able to get vaccinated live in alameda amanda hari kron 4 news. i'm and are there any doctor don t recommends should still wear their mask see inside, even if they are vaccinated. >> yes, she says anybody who's over the age of 65 or immunocompromised. and if you haven't decided to get that booster yet. and you're one of those in those 2 groups. you should definitely still be wearing your masks in all indoor settings and wherever you just feel that people are getting a little too close. >> thank you for that live report from alameda, one north bay counties also changing when you're going to be required to wear a mask starting today. marin counties indoor mask mandate is lifted for anyone who can show proof of covid vaccination. officials say it's time to ease restrictions because more than 80% of the residents marin county are vaccinated against covid hospitalizatiohs. there are the lowest they've been in months and the county has been in the moderate or yellow tier for 3 weeks.
>> starting today. all san francisco city workers who had been able to work. remotely were expected to be back in the office at least 2 days a week. today also marks the deadline for city employees to be fully vaccinated or face the possibility of being terminated if they are not granted a religious or medical exemption. the city's hr director says nearly 98% of 35,000. san francisco employees are vaccinated, but the rate is still not at 100% and beauty now has a driver shortage. because there are not enough drivers sf mta is suspending these routes starting today. the one california short route. the 14. our mission rapid short route. the 30 stockton short route and the 49 then s short route a short service refers to buses that run on a segment of a longer muni route. the long routes on these lines will not be affected. the
director of sf mta says that they had anticipated this labor shortage and do not expect there to be any major effect. san francisco has a new city attorney david, too, was sworn into the role by mayor london breed today. >> the former state assembly members succeeds. dennis herrera who now serves as general manager of the san francisco public utilities commission. governor gavin newsome will now call for a special election to be held within the next 140 days for choose assembly seat. >> will the texas abortion ban stay in place. how the u.s. supreme court is. we need as it debates. one of the nation's most restrictive laws for reproductive rights. and we're learning the identity of the person who was killed in the south bay council member's home. latest details as police investigate the weekend shooting. here's a fog at the golden gate that's pretty typical. but a lot of you folks will be seeing this in the inland valleys and more rain is upstream got forecast more plenty ahead. >> and kron 4 news
>> from for staying on top of developing story. gilroy police are still looking for clues into a deadly weekend shooting. it happened at a city council members home. you know, one person was killed, 3 others were wounded kron four's. rob fladeboe has the latest on the story, including the identity of the man who died. >> has he paid his respects to a friend shot and killed at a
halloween party late saturday night. you are resident. make huerta said he was headed for the party to but decided not to go with the last minute. >> i just saw a lot of people that i do were up to no good so i just mean my friend thought it wasn't a good idea to come. >> the victim is identified by his family on a go fund me campaign as 19 year-old michael daniels una going see us of gilroy. police were called to this home on loss on drive. >> where neighbors said a loud party was being held. the other victims are ages 17 to 19 gilroy police have made one arrest so far. he is identified as 19 year-old benjamin david colder room of gilroy made huerta heard. there was some kind of argument. >> what did not involve his friend. he says. >> i have no idea. honestly, i don't know. i just i just know that people started shooting and he got caught in the middle of it. that's all i know. the home with a party in shooting occurred belongs to gilroy city council member rebecca armand heiress. it's
not clear if armand heiress was home at the time of the shooting. she declined to comment citing the ongoing investigation. the other victims remain hospitalized to which with what were initially described as life threatening injuries. if i happen to stay at the party. >> when with it when it happened, feel like you could have been me or my friends or anyone else in the party. in a statement gilroy mayor mary blankley wrote in part, quote. >> this is yet another senseless tragedy from which our community is left dumbfounded feeling helpless as to how to keep our families and loved ones safe light will be shed as the investigation unfolds in gilroy, rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> meantime, police say a student brought a pellet gun to school and that led to the campus being put on a temporary lockdown. police say the incident was reported just before 9 this morning at middle school officers responded. the school said thae the officials, they're detained the student and found a pellet gun in his backpack.
nobody was reported injured. >> developing news tonight. police in san jose searching for the gunman in a fatal halloween shooting it happened just after 3.30 yesterday afternoon on great oaks parkway in the heat unveil neighborhood officials say when they arrived on scene, they found one victim shot. the man was taken to the hospital where he later died making this san jose's 29 homicide of the year. police have not said what led up to the shooting. they are asking anyone with information to come forward. now let's check our 4 zone weather forecast. a live look outside at downtown san francisco. you see the transamerica building there with a bank of clouds behind the buildings. but you can see the building pretty clearly. yeah. meteorologist dave sphar joins us to look ahead. we are not done with the rain at all. are we know where the bank of clouds made a withdrawal some cash money in terms rain. we've got more yet to come. that's right. here's some fog developing golden gate. >> now, that's very typical
shore. but we're getting some fog. also those inland valleys. you can experience by tomorrow morning in places we don't typically get it and it's a different type of fog that goes on. this is radiation type fog that we get when you get the dew point temperature going next each other. you start to see that developing that cloud cover going on current snapshot of the winds. they're not actually as active as a couple of hours ago and they're going to continue to diminish little bit from the south. their single digits. now they're falling into and skin. some cases into the lower teens what that would do is actually help the fog start to develop usually winds interrupt that quite a bit looking at the fog cast, by the way, as we get into late tonight, early tomorrow morning. a little caution your early morning commute, not so much rain. it will be the left over fog from all of this may be some puddles on the road left over to that will clear out fairly quickly, though, what we're left with now. still have tonight. so package of rain to our south. so i think the santa cruz mountains, you folks there may get another dose of some rain before it goes to more of a drizzle event. let's march forward in this forecast to see a clear out overnight tomorrow
morning. still quite cloudy. but by the afternoon hours that should be cleared out nicely. now upstream in about 2436 hours or so. there is yet a new system lets go through a couple of these here for you get around thursday. here we go. bam. there's a hit. take a breather by the weekend. looks like we'll have another one coming sunday monday notice bit more of that snow making waves through the sierra telling us that the system is a little cooler. unlike these that have been west to east with somewhat mild air. so we'll be watching that carefully as we get into the forecast. plus we'll have a look at that 7 day that has more raindrops in there, too. so keep it coming. these are good systems to have not the goalie washers or anything like that. and then paste out nicely. yes, they are. all right. thanks, dave. pg and e says it's been subpoenaed by the u.s. attorney for documents related to the dixie fire. >> 5 counties were affected by that fire and they p genie back in september. says a tree falling on one of its lines may have led to the nearly 1 million acre blaze company's
been heavily criticized for what lawmakers claim happen after that. troubleshooter spotted the flames near where that tree was leaning into a live wire. but lawyers say nobody called 911 or cal fire until hours later as the and acknowledged. >> this is a very high risk area. i think judge also said it was one of the i think he said it was the 11th most dangerous line pg and e had something along those lines. so when you have a situation where you've got the problem that you know about. you can't get there for a period of time. and you know, it's a high-risk area why they didn't shut the power off really is beyond me. and, you know, i think it's going to show that they were negligent and as a result of crimes will be able to recover the damage. >> bg need put out a statement on the subpoena today which reads in part, quote, we believe our actions around the time of the dixie fires ignition show that we are a reasonable operator of our electric system. we remain
focused on reducing wildfire risk across our service area and are committed to keeping our customers and communities safe. >> severe weather is costing the united states hundreds of billions of dollars as of last month. the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says the u.s. has experienced a teen climate and weather disasters since january. first more than 500 people have died and those disasters and they cost the u.s. roughly 105 billion dollars in damage. this as president biden is in scotland right now for the climate summit with other world leaders today the president told the united nations our country will lead by example with a pledge to slash emissions in half by the end of the decade. however, president biden's key initiatives to make that happen are hitting yet another hurdle at home. i will not support a bill that is this consequential. >> without thoroughly understand the impact.
>> democratic west virginia senator joe manchin says he is still not ready to support biden's build back better plan. senator manchin's vote is key to getting the president's entire package passed the white house released a statement today saying, quote, we remain confident that the plan will gain senator manchin support. another option to protect yourself against covid. the research underway at stanford university and how soon it could become available. >> but first, an unlikely supporter for striking down the texas abortion ban, a supreme court justice is considering switching sides.
big story tonight. the u.s. supreme court is hearing arguments on 2 challenges to the texas abortion law. >> hundreds of pro life and pro choice protesters gathered outside the supreme court today justices will decide the fate of the law which bans abortions after about 6 weeks of pregnancy. it's enforced through civil lawsuits against anyone who helps a person get an abortion. us solicitor general argued that no constitutional right is safe. if the justices allowed the texas law to stand. >> our constitutional guarantees can not be that fragile and the supremacy of federal law cannot be that easily subject to manipulation. >> solicitor general defended
the law saying the abortion providers are suing the wrong people since a law is enforced by private citizens, not the state. the high court ruling could set the tone for future abortion rights cases. california senator alex padilla tweeted out this message about the texas law saying, quote, texas is extreme abortion ban is cruel. dangerous cent blatantly unconstitutional. that's why the supreme court must block it. and let's be clear. roe v wade is the law of the land and we must ensure it stays that way. bypassing the women's health protection act next. tonight on the news at 8. a wet start to the workweek. but how much more rain is on the way. the next chance for showers in the bay area. plus. >> shot may not be all they've got. the new preventative measure being tested to slow the spread of covid and a big concern as we head into the holiday season. travel problems persisting across the nation. we talked to one expert to find out what you should do if you're caught in a cancellation prices. those stories and much more
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not coming. okay. what roads also still any was that everybody has to be morning will be wet the roads and the red and the alright days and some fog going to come with the right and we've got more to come to. so let's keep it coming. this is a beautiful stuff. you know. >> as you heard, it was all over the place today. we have the rain and all areas of the bay. here's the fog going on. east bay shoreline all covered up expected to stay like that. probably for the overnight hours. next 3 hours. well, we're going to keep some rain showers still in there. much of the bay is going to be treated to drizzle or just cloudy skies kind of waiting. it's really around the santa cruz mountains and down in the southern peninsula is maybe we'll see that last bit of some rain showers left over this little clumping collection out here, which is actually falling apart towards the last couple of frames original notice, but there is plenty more to be had. so we'll be talking about upper 50's for lows tonight. mostly cloudy fog san francisco kind of mirroring that in oakland, even san jose, you might start to see some fog as well by daylight. we've got rain and showers early just about put
that to bed drizzle and fog late for tuesday. wednesday clearing some minor warming happening. then but it's late on wednesday thursday. we do this whole program yet again, this is a fast mover which will see in the models. then the weekend we take kind of a break on saturday. and then sunday forward is we want to watch for and actually couple series of systems coming our way. and after that will be pretty filled that. 36 hour time period are actually three-day time period. so we clear out again by tuesday afternoon tomorrow afternoon and then our system comes back again. a new one right over here. you can see developing in. it's a fast mover starting that looks like after the wednesday commute. good news and good timing on that marching right through during the overnight hours and clears up in time for the thursday morning commute. but like we said, they'll be more to be had. upstream will be taking a look at that and also your 4 zone forecast as well. pam and ken. >> all right. thank you day will researchers came up with several vaccines, as you know, for covid and they did so in record time now those shots in the arm are our main source of
protection. the scientists all around the world are continuing their research to determine what's next. stanford researchers say the answer might be a vaccine in the form of a nasal spray kron four's. dan kerman shows us how it will work. >> well, a few shots in the arm of become common practice in protecting people against covid-19 researchers at stanford university are working on a potential game changer. a covid-19 vaccine in the form of a nasal spray or we can. >> delivering dna that belongs to the spike protein off the virus of the covid virus directly to the line and all the respect right. something knows the names of firearms at the back of them owns the truck he lebron kai all the way down into the lungs. 2 immunize the cells that line the this not only is this more
efficient in that mobilizes the army in the body quicker to fight covid-19. but the hope is he can help prevent future infections as well. so you walking around, you know, instead of. >> picking it from someone who hasn't been and props. this in theory would lessen the chance of you. you have to pick up. because because those receptors all researchers got this idea of a covid nasal spray while working on brain cancer treatments. so far studies have been conducted on mice but clinical trials may not be too far down the line. >> there's going to be a sudden in another 6 months actively if you need up with that. and industry is a big how long the facilities for a bill that researchers say a nasal vaccine is also more user friendly than the current vaccines and it will make it easier for developing countries that have had a difficult time getting their hands on existing vaccines. dan kerman kron 4 news.
>> facebook says it is cracking down on covid miss information specifically when it is targeted at children. the company has a general policy preventing false posts but never had guidelines specifically for younger users. the website says that it is now focusing on developing stricter vaccine misinformation policies and working with the cdc and the world health organization to remove harmful content inform users with vaccines have been approved for younger children as well. teenagers who want an alternative to the pfizer vaccine will have to wait a little bit longer. >> regulators from the fda say they are delaying their decision to allow moderna to distribute its covid vaccine to patients between the ages of 1217. the fda is investigating a risk of heart inflammation linked to people who received moderna's vaccine. while that side effect is rare, it's more commonly seen in younger men and boys. the fda says their review could last until
january happening tomorrow. cdc advisors will discuss recommendations on which children should get a dose of i pfizer's vaccine for children between the age of 5.11. the fda already gave the vaccine the greenlight friday one cdc advisers weigh in the agency's director will make the final decision if approved up to 28 million children would be eligible to get vaccinated. the dose they would receive is about a 3rd of the amount given to teenagers and adults several bay area counties say they are ready to start administering those shots as soon as it's approved. >> open enrollment for covered california starts today. the state's health insurance marketplace as more than 1 million uninsured californians could be eligible for comprehensive coverage at no cost. authorities say they will get financial help and lower premiums through president biden's american rescue plan that law provides federal subsidies to covered california allowing it to
offer health insurance premiums at a steep discount open enrollment ends on january. the 31st. >> the safeway store in san francisco's castro district is cutting its hours because of shoplifting. the location on market in church is now closed at 9 o'clock every night. the stores also removed its self. checkout lanes safely spokesperson released a statement about the changes it reads, quote, recent changes at the market street to maintain a safe and welcoming shopping experience for our customers and associates given the increasing amount of theft at the store and quote, meantime, county supervisor rafael mandelman wants to get the police and the district attorney chesa boudin involved. he tweeted, quote, i am convening a meeting with sfpd and the district attorney's office to see what is currently being done to deter theft at safeway and figure out a plan to do better. the store is one of the few affordable grocery options for people living in and around the castro.
>> a south bay pastor is now facing more than a dozen charges after being accused of molesting children 65 year-old carlos ramos cast for home of hollister was arrested last week. the charges include lewd acts by use of force on a child under the age of 14. according to morgan hill, police cash to home is pastor in a steady owes jen of a shield host soon. they say they believe that there may be additional victims who have yet to be identified anyone with information can submit that information anonymously to morgan hill. police. we have information on how to submit a tip on our website. kron 4 dot com. rain showers going on for your monday. this live shot coming in from the bay bridge toll plaza. watch out for the wet roads even into tomorrow there's more to come. even this week. >> and particulrrly into the following week. i'll be showing you that forecast of your 4 zone coming up in just a bit. plus, devour or save or how long does it take your kids to go through that
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tracing investigation after a woman who visited the park on saturday later, tested positive for coronavirus in a neighboring province. >> government restrictions prevented anybody from leaving the park until they got tested. authorities also shut down the metro station that service is the theme park. the city announced this morning that everybody who visited the park ended up testing negative american airlines is trying to recover after more than a 1000 flights were canceled over the last few days. >> taking a look at what people are calling the misery map from flightaware. san francisco airport has been in the top 10 for canceled flights for most of the afternoon about 20 flights leaving sfo have either been canceled or at least delayed this is the 4th straight day of major disruptions for american airlines with hundreds of flights being affected today. american says it hopes to fix its operation by hiring more flight attendants, pilots and reservation agents. but that will take time. the airline
encourage thousands of workers to quit last year when the air travel industry collapsed during the pandemic and then american was caught short-handed. when travel started bouncing back this year. >> well, the issues with american airlines are just the latest in a troubling trend for travelers lately. earlier this month. you might remember the nation's largest domestic airline southwest canceled 2000 flights the reported problems for the 2 major cancellation events included weather staff shortages and issues with air traffic control. so what should you do if your flight is unexpectedly canceled as we all head into the holiday season. well, aaa suggests a few options and maybe start with the bat backup plan in case something goes wrong because the sun seem to come. >> a bit on unforeseen. it may be a contingency plan. if i have a connecting flight and then for some reason get stuck do i know people in the where might i stay if something happens during my trip. >> travel. experts recommend
that when you land for that connecting flight to have a hotel room already books just in case there is a major delay or that flight is canceled. coming up next on kron, 4 news at 8, group of trick or treaters gets a scare when a tesla starts talking to them. the feature that allowed the driver to pull off that halloween prank. >> and as far as before snapping their four-game losing streak in chicago yesterday. the forty-niners head coach brought in his boss to try to pump up the team first director jason dumas fill you in on that. plus some good news f
>> scouting combine. they have it on like nfl. >> now to our 4 zone forecast as we take a live look outside and see how the san mateo bridge is shaping up on this monday night and maybe or allah. just a spar standing by what's ahead this week. >> pam and ken, good evening. good evening, everybody. and we're still watching some leftover rain showers basically, there's pretty much up to the south of most of the bay area and out to sea. you can see the peninsula in the monterey bay. so we'll keep some rain showers there. but a lot of the bay you're going to see drizzle to very, very light rain showers want to run through very quickly. our future the next opportunity happening here late wednesday, early thursday. good news about that is fast-moving. it's basically a night storm system now upstream here as we get into the late weekend early. the following week. those systems hold with it. some promise of being a little colder. so that means that precipitation will be stored in the form of snow up in the mountains. good news for us to 67 tomorrow. san francisco
waiting for this. the skies to clear late in the day. mid 60's cover the coast, which is also very mild 67 for burlingame going on tomorrow near 70 palo alto and mountain view and the south bay. you might have some lower 70's working here like san jose at 73 milpitas about 77 69 santa clara on the east bay shoreline to the south near 70 tri valley about 71 going on pleasanton with a system like this. obviously temperatures very close to each other, even inland 69 going on walnut creek in 68 for oakland delay who your check in with 6869 for fairfield 67 sonoma and 68 for santa rosa. even the marine coast looks pretty cool. too. warm mild to 60 going on for stinson beach in the seven-day forecast. here's your 70's here and there maybe. but beyond that, we're watching rain opportunities for late wednesday. thursday. then another batch from sunday on into the early part of the week. pam. >> thank you. day. well, this should come as no big surprise to most parents. a new survey shows about 8 out of 10
children between the ages of 3.15 eat all of their candy from halloween in just a week. and one in 4 will eat all of that. candy in just the next 2 days. the survey also found that mothers and fathers about 6 pieces of candy before halloween is over. >> well, as you can see, some confused and creeped out trick or treaters in long island got firsthand experience with a new tesla feature that allows the owners to talk to people through their cars. a twitter user shared this doorbell video where the car owners talking to some trick or treaters outside. tesla says this is a new premium feature on its cars called remote
sentry mode which lets people talk to somebody outside the car, even elon musk got a kick out of this replying crying laughing emoji to the twitter post. >> and now kron 4 sports from the 18 t fiber sports desk. >> the forty-niners needed yesterday's win against the bears in the worst last probably would have last probably would have meant a loft season. but now morale can slowly build back up all around. >> the team also got some good news today. george kittle, jeff wilson and robbie gold. they're all slated to return to practice this week. jimmie ward will likely be out a few more weeks. but you have to take the good with the bad. now, i mentioned more out just a second vote. how shanahan you have someone to talk to the team on saturday night to help that more out heading in to the game. general manager john lynch and it seemed like it >> i wasn't thinking about all
the stuff that we got through the weekend. i thought to be great just to hear different perspectives that john did a great job. we talked to the guys that time you can have a guy that the general manager talked also the hall of famer who played the way he did. i think it goes a long way and just getting him out there that addressed every player, every position stuff away. got about >> real of the bunch of people. the good and the bad what talk to fire to stop it got a lot of perspectives i have to do it, hoping it would be was even better than expected. >> the dubs were back on the practice court today after a blowout win on saturday night. like tonight the warriors will get one of their players back on the practice court this week. the team announced that center james wiseman that's actually when he got hurt nasty injury. he was cleared to practice his timetable for game action still to be determined underwent meniscus surgery in mid april. he took part in team drills, but he did not scrimmage. he said the
training staff is monitoring how his knee responds before giving him the full glow. weidmann also said he's game 7 to 10 pounds of muscle during the offseason get his weight up and that feels much more comfortable now compared to his rookie year when asked about the possibility of playing in santa cruz for the warriors g league affiliate. he said he'd be all in. >> i going on there so i just sharp physically mentally game. eric. so just like happens within that time. and i mean i don't doubt for never just event day by just stronger. get looking at the planes watching observer. today was my first day out there for practice. so i enjoy my so. and i'm not just going to get back to my >> monday night football chiefs looking to bounce back as they host the giants late in the we have a tie game. patrick mahomes. see this a
lot this year darnay holmes takes him off but offside penalty would give them a new set of downs and that sets up this. put them up by 3 final seconds of the game last ditch effort the giants daniel jones. he is he fumbles. that's pretty much the game. the chiefs. so on to win this by a score of. to 17. yes, we're not going to get to that school boards. all right. that's your look at sports. we'll be right back to pam. all right, jason, thank you. coming up, you might want to stock up on live for the holidays now because some california wineries are california wineries are warning of price increases. don't worry, ma. we'll be there soon. “we?!” is this “the one.” well...let's say i found the one who takes me to another level.
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glass. >> if you're a smaller winery, it really hurts because the bigger ones come out. they can buy everything up. they can hold it for the small ones are going classroom. i my chart name. i cabernet. where am i gonna fight. >> typically wineries get their glass from the u.s. mexico and china while the supply shortage can lead to delivery delays. adam housley of housley winery. those says for now they're in good shape. since they've already their wine for the season. >> the good news is for us. we bottle before the supply chain breakdown. and like june. but we're going to bottle again this winter at some point. >> with bottles of wine ready to sell their but will the glass shortage mean customers will have to pay more glass prices have tripled in what they normally are. so even the bigger wineries that usually absorb those costs will have to raise the price of the
bottle. if the shortage with the holidays upon us. adam says it's a good idea to stock up now with your favorites before the prices change we're pivoting when it's whether it's covid, whether it's the supply shortage we're all having to. it's kind of wade through this. and it's not just glass what's next. the i'm being told are. >> the capsules to go on top the courts to go in the bottle. >> but through adversity. adam says continue to shop local wineries who are grateful for community support. they employ people in your area. >> we support people in in this area. it's a great any kind of support we can get is going help us in the long run. >> that was rowena shaddox reporting tonight and that wraps up kron 4 news at 8. but our primetime news continues top of the hour is jonathan jonathan mccall and catherine heenan. i love. all right, ken, pam, good to see both. here's a look at what catherine are working on tonight kron 4 news at 9 o'clock, outrage and frustration for some parents in the south bay after a high school student after high
school. >> suddenly shuts down several bathrooms on campus. we'll let you know whether closed and how students say it's actually impacting their education. also as you notice november off to a start. another storm dumping rain on much of the bay area prime for meteorologists tapes. part is tracking when we could see more rain this week. those stories and more coming up on kron 4 news at