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>> i welcome back to the kron 4 morning news at times for you now for 38 and here on november 2nd, hopefully got a lot of good rest last night and you can start fresh today. like the air quality is really nice this morning. i'm meteorologist don travels been tracking all of that for some more. how he sitting outside at this time. john still raining. not too bad. it is damp out there from last night's rainfall. but really the rain that we had seen is moved its way out of the region. so we're doing pretty well overall, my recommendation is. >> slow down just a little bit. yeah. you'll encounter a little bit of slick spots out there. but i'm a big improvement from compared to where we were at yesterday for most of the day. your view
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outside right now at our berkeley hills. cam does show a mix of cloud cover that's taking out a little bit low across some of east bay hills but not blocking out this view this morning in fact, visibility is pretty good across almost the entirety of the bay area so we can be thankful for that. you're getting outside this morning saw that rainfall yesterday. today. it's just been some misty spots so far. again, roadways are damp. there are some wet spots out there. so even though we have worked our way out of this latest system doesn't mean that we're perfectly dry just yet. conditions will dry on those roads come the afternoon. 50's and 60's for those current temperatures. it's another mild start to the morning. really feels pretty similar to yesterday. one look at the tarmac as epo. you can see it is also very damp just like our roads are sure sign that even though it is dried out, it still definitely slick at times 60's to low 70's for your daytime highs today. also very similar to where we were yesterday. expect some sunshine this afternoon which is going to help to make it feel pretty nice. talking. our next opportunity refer
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rainfall that we really don't have to wait that long for still ahead, your forecast back over to rain. don, thank you so much for that. so we do have a hot spot here in san francisco. this is southbound one. oh, one just north. >> of that. 2.80 connector on the southbound cy 2 of the lanes are currently blocked. the other lanes are open and on the northbound side. yet one lane open. the other 4 are currently blocked. so again, keeping a close eye on that other accidents like north on 8, 18 90 avenue in oakland. we've got that the air and then another one. this westbound 24 just west of alkaline is road. so keeping a close eye on that as you're traveling along 24, once you reach the maze heading into the city. a little under 2 minutes with slick conditions. so you want to take it slow. let's head over look at the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula little under 13 minutes at this hour. but again. conditions definitely want to make you a little slower than you normally would because the roadways are wet all across the bay area. the richmond center fell bridge a little under 9 as you travel out of richmond across towards nfl.
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let's check out the golden gate bridge. look at that. 20 minutes into the city will have more weather and traffic that the way. but for now, what's odd about these 3 people who are facing murder charges for the death of 19 year-old lonnie 2 of the people charged are active duty air force members from the bay area. this incident began early saturday morning in sacramento went. now. she was last seen leaving a halloween party with the 2 service members are going to shatter has the latest on that 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
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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 going through this upstairs bedroom on sunday. fairfield police and the monterey county sheriff's office discovered lay lonnie's remains in monterey county. >> well, that was rowena shattuck reporting for us.
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all. san francisco city workers had previously been able to work remotely are now expected to be back in the office at least 2 days a week and all city employees are now required to prove they are fully vaccinated against covid. officials say roughly 90% of san francisco's 35,000 workers are vaccinated as for that remaining 2%. those who refuse to get the shot and did not obtain a religious a medical exemption are going to go through a separation process that includes 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 services being cut in agencies such as the sheriff's office fire and police departments. and in fact, the largest group of holdout, our muni drivers officials with sfmta suspended, these routes in anticipation of a labor
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shortage. the one california short route the 14. our mission rapid short route. the 30 stockton short route and the 49th in a short route will shortz services first of buses that run on a segment of a longer me route along routes on these 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 100 or more employees to ensure those workers are vaccinated against covid president biden previously said the rule will take place in states like texas were vaccine mandates are banned. the president says the federal law trumps state law. researchers at stanford university are working to develop what they call a potential game changer. the 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 risks for trayvon us is that we reasonable time. this
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would be a much more efficient of generating spike protein. the whole point 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 a vaccine. it would also mean no needles. they also say they have already talks with drugmakers about clinical trials and hope to begin testing the spray within the next 6 months to a year. meantime, there's been a potential breakthrough in protection against all variants of covid scientists from several universities published research about developing a universal vaccine that protects against all coronaviruses. so far working universal virus or vaccine has been tested in mice. they created antibodies that work not only against the disease that causes covid-19 the also the virus that caused the sars outbreak 20 years ago.
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researchers say the vaccine could potentially help protect against any future pandemics. but they added would take several years for them to develop. open enrollment for our state's health insurance marketplace known as covered california is under wayne state leaders say more than 1 million uninsured californians could be eligible for comprehensive coverage at no cost and premiums are generally lower this year. thanks to some financial help from president biden's american rescue plan. well health and human service secretary xavier becerra oversees the program. it was formed under that 2010 affordable care act. former president barack obama when this year was california's 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
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out of pocket costs for covid treatment and secretary. but sarah says the biden administration will continue to support vaccinations and testing the open enrollment period. ends january 31st. 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. mursi said one medical center in sacramento county refused to allow the procedure to be performed at its facility, calling it, quote, elective sterilization that violated the hospitalizations ethical and religious obligations. the patient got the surgery 3 days later at a different hospital. he sued under a california law that bars discrimination and the high court turned away the case yesterday without comment. last month's historic storm is causing people to flood one particular spot along the american river in placer county. that's because
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the severe weather and are some very treasure. dennis shanahan has that story. >> 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, you 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 k for gold can become trapped and 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
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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 ri'h, 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
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machine. it does make you want to come back. >> hes going this river goal. you need them. >> all right. well, coming up next to the problem morning news and forty-niners are going to return to the field after suffering injuries tell you they all are after the break. after my car accident,
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back to the kron 4 morning news a time for you now 04:44am on this tuesday morning. november second already seems like members fly by. >> su question, is it acceptable now to play. christmas music. i know mariah carey. she's all defrosted. yes. ready to go. >> i think as long as mariah carey is playing on the radio. all the other songs are completely ready to go to our producer air just said they were planted in the newsroom yesterday so that means you can play it in the car right this morning and drive slow and drive safe because still slick and wet out there. so john, what are some of the holiday songs you're going play. i mean, all i want for christmas is the obvious. but i did see a friend actually putting up their christmas tree on facebook last night. it's like well, a year ago. but you know what, it is ok to do that because our days are getting a little bit shorter. we're working our way back into that wintry feel. go ahead. help bring some more
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rainfall and snow to the mountains. our direction. if we all get in the spirit. you can see outside this morning that we do have the bay bridge and the flag there at pier 15 not blowing it all in the wind. it's actually quite a calm and dry start to the day with no new rainfall coming down actively that's not to say roadways are dry, though we obviously saw a lot of rain yesterday. so we do still have some damp conditions out there. we dry out as far as the skies are concerned. but yes, we are in the still a few slick spots out there. a little bit of mister especially along the coastline with some low lying cloud cover and a little touch of fog visibility hasn't been much of an issue this morning, though, skies will actually grow pretty clear by the finish the day today. now tomorrow is going to be a dry day. but come the evening. we'll see a line of showers making their way back into the picture. mostly after sunset tomorrow night. this is going to make for a very slick work commute on thursday morning. as you can see, most of the showers will be dropping in well into the early morning hours of thursday. that's just
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going make things wet as you're driving into work here in a couple of days. as for today, daytime highs a little bit warmer than those. we had yesterday. part of the reason for that is well, actually have some good peaks of sunshine out there through those clouds today that will bring us into the upper 60's to low 70's for daytime highs. little warmer than yesterday. and with those hints of sunshine, actually, a pretty nice feel to it as you're venturing outside. so a good day on your tuesday to get back out there, get some of those errands done. maybe take the dog on the extra long walk or get the job out of the way tomorrow certainly will not be a bad day for that either. in fact, tomorrow is going to be warmest day on average of your forecast and showers won't arrive until after sunset tomorrow night, they'll carry us into your thursday morning before drying conditions come thursday afternoon weekend ahead. doesn't look bad. just got to remember to adjust those clocks back an hour saturday night before you go to bed as sunday morning time does change and that will mean that you're leaving for work after work on monday.
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afternoon will likely be a little on the darker side as you're doing so that means we get an hour. so yes, you get that extra hour of sleep but we love for everyone else. it needs that. yes, you we work on monday afternoon just means it's a little dark little dark, but that's okay. yeah, get that extra hour's happening want to be safe because it start out there. let's get a look at the traffic this morning. we do have a hot spot in the city southbound. 1, one just north of that connector ramp looks like. >> 2 of the southbound lanes blocked on the northbound side. you've got 4 lanes that are blocks. so again, 2 lanes on the southbound side plots. 4 lanes on the northbound side that are blocked keeping a close eye on that as you're traveling. the adu also have some other accidents like a northbound at 98th avenue and another one along highway 24 just west of atlanta is road. so looks like some accidents in the east bay in the city. this is a very slick. so you definitely want to take your time as you're driving a little under 9 minutes. once you hit the may's to drive
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into the city this morning. the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula, not tracking any accidents here. still a little under 30 minutes to make that drive. let's check out the golden gate bridge about 20 minutes as you head into the city this morning and the richmond sandra fell 80 with a look at that. look a little under 9 minutes for your drive time there. well, it's the latest effort to ease backlog at the u.s. sports, the los angeles and long beach ports. well, now find companies that slow down the on voting process. the new rules went into effect today and they require any and all containers scheduled to be moved by trucks so we deport after 9 days or face fines container set to move by rail can only stay in the ports for 3 days. some trucking companies are pushing back saying the backlog is not their fault, but instead it's the restrictions built into the process which are slowing them down. >> good news for the forty-niners. a few key players are returning this week and james wiseman is cleared to practice for the
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lawyers again, kron four's jason dumas has the latest in sports. >> the forty-niners needed yesterday's win against the bears in the worst way a loss probably would have meant a last season. but now we're out can slowly build back up all around the team also got some good news today. >> george kittle, jeff wilson and rob the gold all slated to return to practice this week. jimmie ward will likely be out a few weeks, but you have to take the good with the bad now, i mentioned a second ago. house and hand had someone talk to the team on saturday night to help that morale heading in to the game. general manager john lynch and the same like it worked pretty well. >> i wasn't thinking about all the stuff that we got through the weekend. i thought to be great just to hear different perspective. john does a great job. we talked to the guys time you can have a guy that the general manager talked also the hall of famer who played the way he did. i think
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it goes a long way and just getting him out there that addressed every player, every position and stuff. what he thought about >> real of the bunch of people. the good and the air talk to the fire to stop it got a lot of perspectives i have to do it hoped. 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 and 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 his timetable for game action is still to be determined weidman underwent when this gets surgery in april that was him walking off the court when he tore in this case he took part in team drills, but he did not scrimmage today. he said the training staff is monitoring how his knee responds before giving him the full, though, why but also said that his game 7 to 10 pounds of muscle during the offseason game is weighed up and that feels much
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more comfortable now compared to his rookie season 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. i mean i'm down for whatever just going take day by day, just gets stronger getting looking at the planes watching observant. 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 took. all righty that you look at sports. >> all right. we'll right back after the commercial break. i
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will dia de los muertos 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 were canceled because of the pandemic. well, during the celebrations, people remembered family and friends who have died inviting their souls to return for a brief time at alters enshrines known as ofrendas festivities are going to continue today. well, free festivities are also taking place in the south bay tomorrow. people can honor their loved ones who have passed between 05:09pm, at the school of arts and cultural.
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that's going to be it 1700 alum rock avenue in san jose. but again all weekend long aztec, dancers and musicians are going to perform at that garden at the flea at 1590 road. coming up in the next hour, the cdc is getting ready to discuss pfizer's vaccine for children. we'll tell you what to expect from their discussion in a live report. >> plus, crab season is delayed. why officials say it. it is to protect the lives of the animals. and president biden is pushing the u.s. set the example for fighting climate change. why his plan to do that is stuck in congress.
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station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news far. >> and happy tuesday to you. i'm darya folsom. and i'm james fletcher and we are enjoying drying conditions today is that raining pretty steadily throughout the day. in my neighborhood yesterday just as john it predicted need to all day and it was kind of heavy to i didn't get the bucket out. can tell like a half an inch this time inside the 18 inches last time. so definitely nice to see that there weren't any flooding risks yesterday, but it did result in some very wet spots on roadways. sure. that slowed you down as you did venture out yesterday. good news is that this morning we are starting that drying process. it is still damp out there, though. so watch for a few slick spots. but overall tuesday morning commute is looking pretty good. we do have some low clouds fog has been very minimal. this morning. haven't seen too many visibility impacts and that is certainly a nice note. for those of you that are venturing out. radar is looking dry, though there are


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