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>> now at 10, a wet start to the work week. the first day of november bringing another round of much needed rain to the bay area and that's where we begin this monday night on kron 4 news at 10. i'm pale more and i'm ken wayne, the rain fell all day long across the bay area made for slick commute. but it was also welcome relief for our dire drought conditions it was also not nearly as damaging as the previous weekend's historic rainfall. that's right. our meteorologist dave spahr is standing by with a closer look at when we might see more wet weather day. ok tv guys. good evening, everybody. we do have rain even just this week. but later the more into next week as well. the next 10 days has some treat senate. we do have a couple splotches holding together in the peninsula and off to the east bay around fremont and so forth. but most of the bay is experiencing just a little drizzle. now. >> but basically cloud cover and also fog watching this into motion. looks like we're seeing some clear skies clear out a little bit in the north bay with the deeper moisture towards the south. also we're packing away the winds with
this means is that helps the development of some fog going on because winds sometimes fight the development of fog which will see a little bit going on tonight. this will greet you tomorrow morning. you'll see it in places you don't typically see it. settling in those valleys, particularly in areas that don't get a lot of winds that will mix out fairly quickly. but early morning risers. if you get up for the sun and head out before the suns had time to do its magic. there might have some patches of thick fog careful on that. some scattered clouds will treat us throughout the day tomorrow. but it looks like before sunset. we will clear the bay out not just from the low level moisture but also a lot. we get a little break for a few hours or a day or so. and then by wednesday night 11 o'clock. we're back to another line moving through. this is a little bit more tightly compacted than its predecessor and it should clear our area by thursday morning. maybe leaving just a little bit the way some light drizzle going on by thursday morning. there's more upstream wake-up forecast for tomorrow. we've got some patchy fog temperatures in the upper 50's scratching the lower 60's by high noon. we've got variable clouds and a lot of 60's in
place and then by 3 o'clock lay clearing with a lot of 60's, maybe even some lower 70's as well. coming up little bit. we'll take a look at the some of those longer range forecast models. pam. >> all right. dave whelan, lot of the drought conditions. we certainly welcome the rain many people, though, are still recovering from last week's storm and the damage it caused this was the scene in sandra fell just a week ago car submerged in water trees blocking the roadways. one business owner tells us the flood waters did a lot of damage to his business it's taken me a to a clean up remediation 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 out 50 gallons of water. and this is a concrete slab with a very thin carpet on top of that. so there was a lot of water that he got it. >> we reached out to several fails, public works department about its response to the clogged drains and gutters that helped to trigger these flooded streets. but we did not hear back. >> santa rosa. fire department
is officially declaring an end to its wildfire season. officials say after getting almost a foot of rain in october. the fire threat has been greatly reduced to the santa rosa community. although the season is over. the fire department says people should still remain vigilant during the winter months and to get ready for another potentially active wildfire season next year. you can track the weather in your neighborhood anytime with the kron 4 app. you'll find full forecasts, interactive radar and weather alerts straight to your device. you can download the kron 4 app wherever you go and get your apps. developing tonight. a vigil has been set up at the site of a shooting in the south bay honoring a young man killed at a halloween tonight. one person is in custody while a second suspect is being sought. >> well, for tell the money and joins us live in the studio with what we know so
far about this incident l a pam and ken, the vigil has been set up for 18 year-old michael daniels and you who was one of 4 young people who was shot during that halloween party after fight broke out at around 01:00am on saturday. it happened inside the home of the gilroy council member rebecca armand are is and the house is on a rural stretch of less id. most avenue. it's not clear if she was there at the time or how she might be connected to the party goers. 3 victims between 1719 years old were taken to a hospital tonight mourners lit candles and sang songs nerves and you come acs as this investigation continues. the mayor of gilroy murray blankley head this to say this is yet another senseless tragedy from which our community is left dumbfounded feeling helpless as to howard to keep our families and loved ones safe light will be shed as the investigation unfolds. but in the meantime, i ask all of us to show the best side of ourselves to our community and especially to the families of
the victims. david calderon has been arrested for this shooting and police haven't named a the second person at this time. that's wanted for this deadly outburst on what should have been a festive night live in the studio. ella sogomonian kron 4 news. thank love for that update. far as police in san jose are investigating a deadly shooting that happened yesterday about 03:30pm, in the afternoon of great oaks parkway in the city's eat unveil neighborhood. >> police have not released any information about the shooter or the victim. this is san jose's 29th homicide of the year. a pastor in morgan hill has been arrested on suspicion of molesting a number of children. >> authorities say 65 year-old carlos ca straight own of hollister faces more than a dozen charges including lewd acts by use of force on a child under 14 stray own is a pastor it missed aereo's and rossi own haas way. investigators say they believe he may have additional victims who are not yet identified. anyone who has information can give it anonymously to morgan
hill. police. we've shared that information there on your screen. you can also find it on our website. kron 4 dot com. >> and now to our coronavirus coverage. and we begin with a solemn milestone. the global death toll from covid-19 has now surpassed 5 million people. >> that is according to johns hopkins university, united states leads the world in the number of confirmed deaths from the virus with more than 745,000 people dead. experts say many deaths related to covid have not been reported, meaning we will likely never know the true death toll of s j the u.s. prepares to the u.s. prepares to start vaccinating children between the ages of 5.11. a cdc panel will meet tomorrow to discuss whether ot to rommend the shot for that age group,ncy authorization of the vaccine last friday. the white house says it's already purchased enough vaccine doses for 28 million children over the
next couple of days. several million doses will start arriving at local pediatricians and family. doctors offices. >> the cdc says until 5 to 11 year-olds can get the vaccine. it's important for parents to not let their guard down. >> meantime, pfizer may be the only covid vaccine approved for teenagers for some time. moderna announced yesterday the fda needs more time to complete its assessment of its data for 12 to 17 year-olds. the fda is most specifically looking at the risk of mile car died us, which is the inflammation of a heart muscle earlier this year moderna said its vaccine is 100% effective in this age group for younger children ages 6 to 11 moderna plans to delay its request for emergency use authorization until the older children's review is complete. that may not happen until next year. today, marion county lifted its mask mandate for most public places. the county will no longer require masks at
indoor spaces such as restaurants bars or retail stores that business owners can still choose to require them if they want county health leaders say hospitalizations are at their lowest level in months and the rate of spread is now in the moderate category doctor matt willis with the marin county health department says removing the mandate is part of a bigger effort to find new ways to enforce health measures. >> change in this mandate is a sign of how we in public health hope to approach the remainder of the pandemic response and recovery. using fewer mandates and laws and more offering recommendations and policy supports to remove barriers to making healthy choices. >> doctor willis says he is concerned about a possible winter surge and is encouraging people to voluntarily wear a mask to keep the virus from spreading alameda and contra. costa counties have eased mask requirements for fully vaccinated. people in limited
indoor settings and today is the first day for the changes kron four's amanda hari in alameda with details. >> i'm actually seeing a lot of people here in alameda still wearing their masks and that's because this change is simply easing mask mandates for certain controlled indoor settings and for certain people. so if you work or live in alameda or contra costa counties. you're going to want to keep that mask. candy. 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 you have no more than a 100 people present at one time a 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 also 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 county.
>> until 8 weeks after 5 to 11 year-olds are able to get vaccinated in alameda amanda hari kron 4 news starting today. people who work in small confined businesses in contra, costa county will either have to be fully vaccinated or get tested for covid every week. >> the county has made this rule a part of a requirement to work there as it tries to drive down covid cases. the businesses include gyms dance, studios and yoga studios where people are in close contact one another and breathes heavily. as of today, all san francisco city workers who had previously been able to work remotely. >> are now expected to be back in their offices. at least 2 days a week. it's also the deadline for all city employees to prove they're fully vaccinated against covid officials say 98% of san francisco's 35,000 workers have received the vaccine. as for that remaining 2%. those who refuse to get the shot and do not obtain a religious or medical exemption. we'll go through a separation process
including a hearing before they could possibly be terminated. >> we have no interest or desire to want to separate city employees doing everything we can to talk to every city employee individually and we hope that we don't have to separate anybody in the end. >> officials say the vaccine mandate will not lead to any service is being cuts and agencies including the sheriff's office in fire and police departments. in fact, the largest group of holdouts, our muni drivers officials with sf mta have suspended these routes in anticipation of labor shortage. the one california short route. the 14. our mission wrapped that mission rapid short route the 30 stock to a short route. and the 49 short routes short route first buses that run on a segment of a longer uni route. the long routes on those lines will not be affected. later this week. the u.s. labor department is expected to officially announce a new vaccine mandate. requiring all businesses with a 100 or more
employees to ensure those workers are vaccinated against covid president biden has previously said the rule will even take place in states such as texas. we're vaccine mandates are banned. the president says federal law trumps state law. >> happening today. open enrollment for california's health insurance marketplace which is known as covered california has officially started state leaders say more than 1 million uninsured californians could be eligible for comprehensive health coverage at no costs and premiums are generally lower this year. thanks to some financial help from president biden's america first a rescue plan health and human services secretary xavier becerra oversees the program. it was formed under the 2010 affordable care act. and president obama when the sarah was california attorney general. for americans are getting. >> health insurance coverage as a result of the affordable care act. and here covered california today. we have over 12 million americans. who have
insurance, medical insurance because of the work done under the affordable care act. >> many private health insurers are no longer waving out of pocket costs for covid treatment secretary becerra says the biden administration will continue to support vaccinations and testing the open enrollment period will and on january the 31st. the u.s. supreme court is hearing oral arguments on 2 challenges to the restrictive abortion law in texas that law went into effect back in september and effectively bans abortion. after about 6 weeks of pregnancy, which is before many women even know they are pregnant as our washington, dc correspondent anna wiernicki reports what the justices decide now could determine how the high court rules on future abortion cases. >> it's been 2 months since the texas mall went into effect in today. the justices are considering the constitutionality of the right to an abortion. but rather how that texas law is structured.
>> hundreds of pro life and pro choice protesters gathered outside the supreme court on monday. this is a really crucial moment. jamie manson with catholics for pro choice says the high court's ruling could set the tone for future cases on abortion rights. you have a disproportionately supreme 6 of 9 justices are catholic and of those 6, 5, are very, very right wing conservative catholic. the justices will decide the fate% of the texas law which bans abortions after about 6 weeks of pregnancy and is enforced through civil lawsuits against anyone who helps a person get an abortion us solicitor general elizabeth prelogar 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. texas solicitor general judge stone defended the law saying the abortion providers are suing the wrong people since the law
is enforced by private citizens, not the state, but that defense met some resistance from even the conservative justices like brett kavanaugh. there's a loophole that's been exploited >> were used here. something mark herring with the center for reproductive rights says he was happy to hear we confident we're pleased with, as i said, several of the had serious concerns with what texas is doing here and the texas law will remain in effect until the supreme court issues, its decision. >> for now in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> and on wednesday of this week, the u.s. supreme court will hear is biggest gun rights case in years. that case centers around new york's restrictive gun permit law and whether challengers of the law have the right to carry a firearm in public for self-defense. that case could dramatically increase the number of people eligible to carry a gun. it could also make it harder for cities to
limit weapons permits and enforced restrictions on carrying guns in places where people gather such as subways, airports bars, churches and schools. >> the supreme court will not hear a case involving transgender rights instead leaving in place a lower court decision against a catholic hospital. >> that would not allow a transgender man to have a hysterectomy there. mercy san juan medical center in sacramento county refused to allow the procedure to be formed, be performed at his facility, calling it a, quote, elective sterilization that violated the hospital's ethical and religious obligations. the patient than mitten got the surgery 3 days later at a different hospital. he sued under a california law that bars discrimination. the high court turned away the case today without comment. president biden is among the world leaders at the un climate change summit in scotland. he says us will lead by example and take drastic steps to alter the consequences of a warming planet. >> we're standing at an inflection point in world
history. we have the ability to invest in ourselves and build an equitable clean energy future and the process create millions of good-paying jobs and opportunities around the world. >> we see the president says it's in the self interest of every nation to protect the global economy from natural disasters here at home. democratic senator joe manchin of west virginia's turn up a new roadblock to president biden's build back better proposals today. manchin said he could not support the climate change aspects of the plan without taking time to examine their consequences. >> i for one want are multi. trillion dollar bill without greater clarity about why congress chooses to ignore the serious effects of inflation. >> manchin wants house progressives to vote on the bipartisan 1 trillion dollar infrastructure plan. first, the white house insists a deal to move both proposals forward is cloaks meantime, a new study another one is
suggesting that climate change is fueling more frequent and intense wildfires here in california and the western united states researchers say climate change leads to higher overall temperatures and a drier landscape which makes the region more susceptible to bigger fires. that study was published in a paper of the national academy of sciences. >> still ahead tonight, thousands of flights canceled over the holiday weekend. >> the trouble playing american airlines. what it could mean for the holiday travel season. trick or treat brain with a tesla twist drawing approval from elan musk himself. and off lifting still a problem in san francisco after the break, which company says it's reducing hours at one location reducing hours at one location in the city because of crime. after my car accident, reducing hours at one location in the city because of crime. i wondered what my case was worth. so i called the barnes firm. when that car hit my motorcycle,
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take a look at this. police have arrested a man for throwing a molotov cocktail into a brooklyn deli. >> causing that store to go up in flames. authorities say joel main goal allegedly carried out the attack after getting into an argument with the staff there and then tried to throw a second fire bomb saint police. but police say a witness stopped him in mid throw the suspect was booked arson and assault. >> a safeway store in san francisco's castro district is
cutting its hours because of shoplifting. the location on market street and church is now closing at 9 o'clock every night and the store has also removed is self checkout lanes. a safeway spokesperson released a statement about the changes it reads, quote, recent changes at the market street store were made to maintain a safe and welcoming shopping experience for our customers. and associates given the increasing amount of theft at the store. san francisco supervisor mandelman is calling on police and the district attorney chase of to get involved in this saying on twitter, quote, i am convening a meeting with sfpd and the district attorney's office to see what is currently being done to deter theft that safeway and figure out a plan to do better. this store is one of few affordable grocery options for people living in and around the castro. today, david, too was sworn in as san francisco's new city attorney. the first asian american to
hold that position in the city. the former assembly member was handpicked by mayor london breed to follow dennis who now serves as general manager of the san francisco public utilities commission. governor newsome will now have to call a special election to be held within the next 140 days in order to fill choose assembly seat. so far. 4 candidates including san francisco supervisor matt haney have announced that they intend to run in that election coming up next at 10 housing, the homeless in oakland. >> landmark, new project will provide dozens of tiny shelters near lake merritt. plus anotherwoption to protect yourself against covid and it doesn't involve needles research underway stanford university and how soon it could become available. also a missing carmel woman. now a homicide victim. that's according to police. the air force service members at the center of this investigation. that's next. we have showers going on for today and rain. there's another patch coming
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last seen leaving a halloween party in sacramento was to air force service members. police later discovered she had been killed at their home in fairfield. her remains were found yesterday in monterey county. now 3 people are behind bars in connection to her death. those are jessica quinton ia arrested on suspicion of murder. one paro peralta an airman base out of travis air force base and marco clinton. put to arrested on suspicion of accessory to murder. >> rowena shaddox in fairfield tonight with the latest on the investigation. >> fairfield police say 19 year-old lei lani beauchamp died at the hands of 3 people arrested in connection to her death, including an active airman from travis air force base. parents too distraught to talk on camera from the monterey county home shared pictures and this written statement with fox 40. it says lay lonnie was truly a blessing to us and her beloved
friends lay lonnie shared a very close relationship with her younger brother and sister who after she ventured out to college maintain daily communication with them. we will miss her smile, her laugh, her caring demeanor her strong will her passion for life and the love she brought to our family. we love you lay lonnie news of her death left many who live near this fairfield house unsettled considering investigators say this is where the killing took place. police took a missing person report saturday night on lay lonnie who is from carmel. >> earlier that day. she was last seen at a halloween party in sacramento, then left with 2 men who police say are active duty air force members. one living in this house on cascade lane to take advantage of these young girls. >> and that's a horrifying. ordeal. >> one neighbor tells fox 40 that investigators spent hours going through this upstairs bedroom on sunday. fairfield police and the monterey county sheriff's office discovered lay lonnie's remains in
monterey county. >> that was rowena reporting for us tonight in the east bay police are asking for the public's help in locating this silver jeep cherokee. they say about 12 o'clock yesterday. a person in this vehicle shot at an unoccupied car on our mill avenue about a block north of albany high school. no injuries were reported to detectives are asking anyone who lives in the area to check their home security cameras for any suspicious activity. >> a man charged with assaulting a flight attendant in mid-flight made his first court appearance today bond for 20 year-old brian sue of irvine and orange county was set at $10,000. he's accused of punching the flight attendant and breaking her nose after other passengers say she accidentally bumped into him. the incident forced the plane to make an unplanned stop in denver where the passenger was escorted off the plane by law enforcement and arrested sue's next hearing will be in denver, which is where the assault charges were
filed travel troubles continue for american airline passengers. the carrier canceled more than 400 flights today. >> this brings the total number of cancellations since friday to more than 2000. the airline cited staffing shortages and bad weather for the disruptions to its schedule. this comes just 3 weeks after southwest airlines was also forced to cancel or delay more than 2000 flights. experts say with the busy holiday travel season approaching, you should start making backup plans. 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 trying to plant some of that out. like i said, could help alleviate some of the stress. >> some good travel news. it now takes less time to get your passport approved. the state department says the processing time for a passport application is now 8 to 11 weeks a few weeks less for an expedited request. compare that to july when it was 12 to 18 weeks to get that passport.
a giant backlog of applications was slowing things down. but officials say they're now catching up. >> now to the 4 zone forecast. a live look outside at san francisco tonight. a misty san francisco. but the building lighting is certainly clear behind all those clouds front of all those close full shot out there dave spahr standing by to tell us that more wet weather on the way. we've got a couple dose of the guys. yeah. good evening, we're watching radar here that has a couple little splotches remaining very, very little, though. it's mostly cloud cover. >> and up in the north bay looks like we're getting some clearing happening then. but that me fill back in again as temperatures fall. you know, the clear skies just allow that radiational cooling to kick. and we're keeping it basically mostly cloudy as we go into the later hours into the early wee hours of the night temperatures holding in the upper 50's quickly going through what we expect by tuesday afternoon skies clear out next system is due here late wednesday post the commute. it's a quick morer and will clear out pretty much by the time of your thursday
morning commute. don't worry, there's more upstream to be have to be early into next week. how much we going to get. yeah. i know it doesn't look like a lot, but at least it's another effort here will pick up other dine, maybe $0.15 or so with this system a little bit up to the north. they will be more. that's kind of the typical pattern. but this is a west to east pattern. not necessarily that much colder than this system was upper 50's for lows tonight. again, fog developing and in tahoe to kind of bring home this point. the next system noticing those scattered showers in the morning on thursday and also wednesday overnight. so it shows that the system is still relatively warm. so for tonight, a few leftover rain showers drizzle fog late. we have some clearing minor warming on your wednesday. pop wednesday night thursday. we do this thing again into the weekend. we called for able clouds and mild for now. but there is this traffic around us that even on saturday might have some cloud cover to deal with on sunday wolf started in terms of another batch of rain coming our way. let's march through that here real quick. this is we're talking about for thursday. get past that
saturday system kind of breaks up in our backyard then sunday reinforcement juicy moisture a drop. it looks snow levels there as you can see from what its indicating. so we might get some cold air mixed in here and get some of this locked up there in storage. that's what the good thing is. we get a cold system and get some snow up there 67 for san francisco for the high tomorrow these are mild temperatures going on even 60's at the coast. you see 50's during the winter months. there looks like 67 for burlingame my crab. a 70 for palo alto in mountain view and also some lower 70's heading down. south san jose at 73 he's bay shoreline to the south around 70 tri valley again. watch the morning fog 71 pleasanton 69 walnut creek late day clearing is what we're expecting. 67 for. berkeley 67 also for delay whoa now at 6868 for santa rosa. another batch. we talked about wednesday night thursday. but in the 10 day forecast. oh yeah. there's more up their sunday into monday. that is a look as optimistic as we think. we
think there tuesday and maybe perhaps into wednesday by linger a little bit. we're still kind of piecing it together to get closer alright, but they're still separate moria this good. all right. thank you. day. >> in the east bay and new tiny home community near oakland's lake merritt is ready to house people who are homeless the supportive structure and shelter project is located at the corner of east 12th street and lake merritt boulevard as space has been vacant for many years until a homeless encampment moved in their 2018. >> now instead of tense, though there are single occupant see pallet shelters in place. residents will have electricity to provide heat and will soon have potable water potable water. the community residents also have services such as healthcare and housing navigation. >> this will be a partnership with the city with my office, with our service providers as well. as the community neighbors businesses. the faith community and others. this is a project that is working to get people into
transitional and permanent housing. so we will be helping residents on a case by case basis to make sure that they will be on a path to the >> oakland partnered with the nonprofit housing consortium of the east bay as well as an shelter community leaders and advocates to make this village possible is meant to house up to 65 homeless residents. happening tomorrow. the walnut creek city council will consider banning the sale of flavored tobacco and e-cigarettes. it past businesses would have 5 months before the law is enforced. earlier this year. contra costa county restricted the sale of flavored tobacco in unincorporated sections of the % county. >> researchers at stanford university are working to develop what they call a potential game changer. a covid vaccine in the form of a nasal spray. >> hoped the tough down into the lungs. it's already pronged to many pathogens. so
many risk for virus is that we reasonable time. this would be a much more efficient way of generating spike protein. the whole point of rocks nation is for austin. introducing the ball. artificial spike protein so that we become induce an immune rapid reaction to that. >> scientists say not only would a nasal spray be more efficient than the vaccine. it would also mean no more needles. they also say they've already begun talks with drugmakers about clinical trials and hope to begin testing the spring within the next 6 months to a year. >> still ahead tonight after the storm came a surprising discovery how last weekend's rain has help some people with a very particular hobby strike. gold. >> in sports forty-niners head coach kyle shanahan had a special but familiar guests talked to the team before they finally snapped their losing streak in chicago. jason dumas has that some good news for the warriors coming up. >> and a lot of upset parents
the rest rules because of in appropriate use of the facilities for say that the psac ii has the story from san jose. >> in that letter sent to parents school administrators said that they were closing those bathrooms. so that school staff could better monitor students in the fewer open bathrooms. however, some parents are outraged saying the whole student body should be punished for the actions. a few students students at willow glen high school in san jose. >> now have limited access to on campus restrooms after the school closed several of its bathrooms because of vaping concerns. all of the students are being punished because of what a couple of students are doing it's really, really not ok that during a pandemic. >> there isn't soap or sanitizing hands in the bathroom. it's not ok that the kids have to use time that they should be learning and being educated. to stand in line for a bathroom michelle watson says 2 of her children go to glen high school and 2 others go to willow glen
middle school. she says she first found out about the closures from her daughter found out when my my daughter. had an outburst. she's not a virgin. and she had an outburst at school because the bathrooms aren't accessible to her and she wasn't able to use them. a routine is very important. for kids that narrative urgent brains and. they can't do this to kids. watson says she and other parents later received this email from the assistant principal notifying them about bathroom closures in 3 wings of the school due to inappropriate use. >> and were eventually told it's because of students paving in the bathrooms with nearly 1700 students at the school watson's child kai says bathroom minds are building up because of the closures. one time i was almost late one of my classes because i ended up spending the whole passing period. it's 7 minutes, which should be enough time to go to the bathroom and then go to class, especially if the
bathroom is on the way to the class. >> i was almost late because there was such a long line for the bathroom. all school staff claim they haven't had issues with lines. >> kai says that's not true on another occasion. they missed 15 minutes of class due to waiting in the bathroom light frustrating because it feels like they are really paying attention to what's going on. meanwhile, michelle watson's other 2 students who go to willow glen middle school say the same closures are going on there. however, no email or letter was sent out from staff at the middle school in another letter sent out by willow glen high school staff said that they were working on other solutions. it also plan to open some of those bathrooms on monday. we also reached out to school staff here but have not heard back yet in san jose taylor, the psac ii kron 4 news new tonight at 10, the san francisco unified school district will unveil its plan to avoid a state takeover of the schools during a special meeting for first told you when the district was at risk of a possible takeover because
of a projected 100 and. >> 25 million dollar budget shortfall. according to the district cuts to a number of student programs and services are being proposed the district is also proposing changes to its student funding formula. the meeting gets underway tomorrow evening at 05:00pm and we will have updates tomorrow on kron 4 news. a scare at an east bay middle school today. police say panola middle school was put on lockdown after a student brought a pellet gun on campus. the incident was reported just before 9 o'clock this morning, while officers were responding. the school officials detained that student and found the pellet gun in his backpack. fortunately nobody was hurt. the head coach at a los angeles area high school is under fire tonight for running up the score on a rival school beating them. >> a 106 to nothing inglewood high school's football scored their team scored 59 points just in the 1st quarter against morningside high school. this was on friday
night. the morningside coach claims he asked for a running clock to end the game quicker. but the inglewood coach know vaughn james decthat request. james also left his starters in for most of the game. the inglewood school district is now getting involved in a statement it says it's saddened by what happened during the game and is promising a full investigation. >> and now kron 4 sports brought to you by xfinity. >> the forty-niners needed yesterday's win against the bears in the worst way a loss probably would have meant last gold are all slated to return to practice this week. jimmie ward, he'll likely be out a few weeks. but hey, you got to take the good with the bad now. i mention more out a second ago. kyle shanahan had
someone to talk to the team on saturday night to help that morale heading into the game. general manager john lynch and it seem like it worked out perfectly. >> i was just thinking about all the stuff that we got through the weekend. i thought to be gracious to hear different perspectives that john does a great job. we talked to the a time you can have a guy general manager talk also the hall of famer who played of the way he did. i think it goes a long way and just getting him out there that every player, every position stuff away. got about real of the bunch of people. the good and the air talk to fire to >> 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 the niners. the warriors will get one of their players back on the practice court this week. the team announced that center james wiseman has been cleared to practice. remember in this case right
there on that play. his timetable for game action is still to be determined wiseman underwent meniscus surgery in mid april. he took part in team drills but did not scrimmage today. he said the training staff is monitoring how his knee responds before giving him the full go. weidmann also said that he's gained 7 to 10 pounds of muscle during the offseason gain that weight a kid and he said that feels much more comfortable now compared to his rookie year use kind of getting pushed around when asked about the possibility of playing in santa cruz for the warriors g league affiliate. he said he'd be all in. >> i want to go down 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 going take day by just get 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 from a lost. a host. the giants late in the 4th hole tie game home. see not a lot here. very uncharacteristic of him. he was picked off by car in a homes, but an offside penalty would give them a new set of downs that was set up a cheese field goal to put them up by 3 final seconds of the game last ditch effort or the guy is daniel jones sacked. he's fumbled and recovered by new york and that would be the end of the game. cover get reaction from the giants fan chiefs win 20 to scoreboard again. there we go. finally back to the nba rookie franz wagner with the dunk of the night. what a finish. however,
asking for some candies, some confusing creeped out trick or treaters in long island. >> got a firsthand experience with the new tesla features that allows owners to talk to people through the car. a twitter user shared this door bell video camera where he's talking to some trick or treaters. 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 seeing this. he replied with a crying laughing emoji to the post that was put on twitter. >> dia de los celebrations are underway as people of mexican heritage honor their departed loved ones more than 300,000 people attended this parade in mexico city following a year where most celebrations, of course, were canceled because of the pandemic during the celebrations. people remember their family and friends who died inviting their souls to
return for a brief time that alters and shrines known as a friend. festivities will continue through tomorrow. free festivities are also taking place in the south bay. people can honor their loved ones who have passed tomorrow between 5, 09:00pm at the school of arts and culture at 1700 alum rock avenue in san jose. and then again all weekend long asked dancers and musicians will perform at the garden at the flea at 1590 road friday 05:00pm to 09:00pm saturday, 9 in the morning until 06:00pm and sunday 9 to 00:00am at night. >> last month store storm causing people to flood one particular spot along the american river in placer county that's because as dennis and dennis shanahan tells us the severe weather has under some buried treasure. >> after a soaking rain. the mineral park campground is a treasure remain with natural beauty on the north fork
american river. but the rewards are more than just visual, especially after the rain. this area received last week. >> you know, be fine. and i hit, yeu know, keeps you coming back. yeah, we ran into run nelson on the riverbank prospector by hobby concurs with what we heard from some local mining shops. the recent heavy rain has hobbyist excited about their prospects hard rain loosens pieces of gold from the river banks and canyon walls sending them down river essentially restocking popular prospecting spots with gold. >> we will fall into halls of the river was up this high. ron point. best of these natural pockets in the bedrock for gold can become trapped when swollen river water rushes over them and he was a good sport willing to give this news guy. listen, before we pan, we did. >> but among the sand, there are likely to be some gold flakes. >> we're gonna fly now. >> and like fishing pending requires patients. what i do is take the hernandez for thank 2 and. now. your go.
>> the auburn recreation area which monroe bar sits within does not allow machine mining. what more fun. we'll be more fun. fun in the big united front has made some money panning for gold you can come up here and go camping for 3. we can pay for your on this day. we didn't strike it rich, but we didn't strike out either. >> tiny flake there. that's cool. that's gold. >> it was just a tiny fleck of gold dust. but like a small payout on the casino slot machine. it does make you want to come back. >> hes going this river and goal. you need them. >> was just thinking that $1700 and 1795 $1795. an ounce
the gold price, right. oh, like you said, your daughters never there, ok, real quick folks. i want to check out the rainfall totals. we're going to get from this next system. don't get real excited are not striking gold on this. as you can see, we're pretty much only about a dime or so. it will get out. all this waking up to patchy fog clearing those skies out for the afternoon and the late day clearing, here's your 10 day forecast we do it again. not just later in the week, but we're also going to do it into the weekend watching what's happening there. >> all right. dave, thank you thanks all of you for being with us tonight. have a good night and we'll see you tomorrow. good night.
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