tv KRON 4 News at 9 KRON November 2, 2021 9:00pm-10:01pm PDT
you're watching kron. 4 news at known. >> tonight at 9 good news for a lot of parents across the country as the cdc approves the pfizer vaccine for younger children, giving ptrents now the option to vaccinate their kids skid evening. thanks for joining us on kron 4 news at 9. i'm grant lotus and i'm catherine heenan. >> the cdc along with a panel of health experts has voted to recommend the pfizer vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 now the cdc director has also signed off on that plan, meaning nearly 30 million children will be eligible to get covid shots. reporter chip yost has more on the big decision. >> so we have a total of 14 yeses, 0 nose and so the motion passes in a unanimous vote tuesday as cdc advisory committee gave its recommendation that children 5 to 11 years old, be allowed to get pfizer's pediatric
covid-19 vaccine the monumental day in the course of the pandemic and one that many of us have been very eager to see for almost 2 full years. >> we'll have been fundamentally changed. >> their children. the second grade who have never experienced a normal school year. we have watched education gap that exists in the country have widened as the virus has disproportionately impacted racial and ethnic minority communities. he entered vaccination has the power to help us change all of that. >> the cdc committee's recommendation comes days after the fda had approved emergency use authorization for the kid sized doses. this is video provided by pfizer showing children's vaccines already being prepared for shipment. the fda says the vaccine safety was studied in approximately 3100 children ages 5 to 11 and no serious side effects have been detected in the ongoing study,
the dose of the vaccine given to kids 5 to 11 years old is people 12 years and older and is given in 2 shots, 3 weeks apart. at least one kid. we heard from had mixed feelings about getting the shot. well, i'm really excited that i can get the vaccine so i can be safe. >> and i'm excited to get the don't want to get it, but i don't want to get it again. again. they don't the end. doesn't like shots. but she doesn't leave them feeling of shots. but she likes what shots do. >> he would liked what shots too. the fact that children are set to get the pfizer vaccine that setting off a scramble, of course, by local health workers to get everything ready let's bay area counties are planning to roll out this version of the vaccine. the children's get a smaller dose. >> sometime this for taylor bisacky joins us now live from san mateo county, where leaders plan to hold a vaccination event this
weekend. good evening, taylor. >> hey there, grand. hey there, catherine county leaders say they expect to receive the doses by friday. and if that happens, well, they're going to hold a family friendly vaccination event here at san mateo county event center on saturday. that's of course, in addition to other places like doctors offices, health providers and pharmacies that will also be able to administer the doses. >> on tuesday. the cdc gave final approval to begin administering the pfizer covid-19 vaccine. 2 children ages 5 to 11 now many bay area counties, including san mateo are getting ready to roll out the vaccine as soon as this week we could do it tomorrow if we wanted. >> we're just waiting. >> for the for the doses, for the vaccines to come. if we're to get >> we project that we may actually get the vaccine on friday. we're ready to go
saturday san mateo county board of supervisors. president david says. >> in addition to the vaccine being available at certain pharmacies and health providers. the county plans to hold its own family friendly vaccination event on saturday. >> pending state approval what we want to do is to create a setting for. >> and since for for kids. >> where they feel very, very comfortable. they feel like. >> you know what, this is a safe place. all federal approval has been issued. >> california also has its own reviewing process through the western states scientific safety review workshop their consideration usually takes about 24 to 48 hours after state officials give final determination on the vaccine. several counties are still waiting on that approval before getting official rollout plans. in a statement to kron 4 news on tuesday. that county health officials write, quote, following the ws as as our w's approval, which we anticipate shortly and county will begin its roll out to make the pfizer vaccine available to the 11,000
children ages 5 to 11 in napa county who are newly eligible. you're in communication with pediatric providers. napa county and it is our understanding that pediatric providers are planning to begin offering the pfizer vaccine to children ages 5 to 11 in office saying clinic settings is soon after final approval from w s s s r w napa county public health plans to host its first clinic for that age group in mid november alameda county also released a statement on tuesday in part reading, quote, the western states scientific safety review workshop must first weigh in on the cdc's recommendations to vaccinate children. 5 to 11 years old, pediatric covid-19 vaccine, which is one 3rd, the dosage given to teens and adults and will arrive in different packaging will be available through some providers immediately and will become available soon through others. solano county health officials also waiting on word from state officials saying, quote, once the state has approved the vaccine for children 5 to 11 parents can go to our vaccine clinics as a walk-in or make reservations online.
>> now after state approval, which is expected on wednesday or thursday mateo county will be ready to administer the doses here at the event center on saturday. they do say, though, appointments are required and will soon be available to be made up there on my turn live in san mateo, taylor kron 4 news. thank you. taylor. >> now that vaccines are available for younger children. again, bay area counties are doing what they can to get up to speed for so so the motive has details on some of the other. >> local counties plans. she is with us live in studio. they knew this was coming. but now let's go to. >> exactly. and so while severe illness due to covid-19 is pretty uncommon among these younger children. they are more likely, as we've been saying to be asymptomatic that adults and then that allows them to spread the virus to others without knowing so vaccines are going to be free for kids between 5.11. let's take a look at santa clara county. they're going to be having already available as soon as tomorrow morning and 2 doses will be given 21 days
apart. it takes 2 weeks as we've been saying after the second dose to be considered fully vaccinated. they're expecting 75,000 doses available for kids. sonoma county says that they're expecting 37,000 vaccines to be available for children and they actually have a goal that they listed to vaccinate a quarter of them by december. 1st parents can take kids to clinics at schools. they will be open nights and weekends to accommodate schedules. they will also have vaccines available at pharmacies or doctors offices. again, 2 doses each. just one 3rd of the dose that we've seen for adults and they're going to be using smaller needles since reopening schools in july, 586 students. they said tested positive for covid-19 in sonoma county and that actually mostly happened in elementary school grades contra costa county will have a public town hall meeting on zoom with their health officer doctor chris farnitano and superintendent of schools. lynn mackey. that's going to be happeninn this coming thursday at 06:00pm where
people can ask some questions. they say that the vaccine there could be available starting saturday at county run clinics. but parents should also check with their child's doctor or local pharmacy. and we did hear a little bit about alameda county and taylor's report but berkeley unified reached out saying that they expect to open registration in partnership with the city as well as carbon health soon. it wasn't clear if this is going to be happening next tuesday. but they said that every tuesday during november, kids can go to a clinic at 3282 adeline street from 11:30am in the morning until 6 30 at night. another clinic will be open on saturday at malcolm x elementary school from 09:00am to 03:30pm. they will open another clinic. and rosa parks elementary on november 13th and sylvia mendez elementary school on november 20th over in san francisco. they're going to be vaccinating kids on saturday across 100 sites. a doctor's offices, pharmacies, community health clinics as well as neighborhood and school
vaccine clinics. the san francisco unified school district will be hosting 4 clinics tuesday. 3.30, to 06:30pm at malcolm x academy in the bayview hunters point district on wednesday to 30 to 05:30pm, at balboa. that's over in the excelsior district and saturday from 10:30am to one 30 pm at make coppin in the richmond district. appointments can be made. as mentioned at my turned dot and next year the state will actually have these covid-19 vaccinations on the list of vaccinations that are required here in the state of california such as measles, mumps and rubella to attend school live in the studio. ella sogomonian kron 4 news. it was that final approval comes. alright, thank you, ellen. now to the recommendation. it is therefore. >> kids 5 to 11 years old to get the shot. that's according to the cdc and parents now have to make that decision and for some parents, that's not an easy call. and joining us now is stanford pediatric infectious disease physician. doctor and lou, thank you,
doctor, for your time. we appreciate it. let's begin with your thoughts on the kind of impact this could have on the battle to stop the virus. >> i think this is a huge step getting control over the covid-19 pandemic in our i that it will allow the kids get back to a little bit more normal famileis to be able to participate in some of the activities that they haven't been able to do so will help lamit the transmission of the virus within our community and within schools will help keep schools open. keep kids in schools. there are also a lot of other intergenerational. thanks to consider there their spread among family members and there are a lot of grandparents out there and parents who are. at risk and this will limit their risk by getting their kids vaccinated. so hoping that it will be a big step towards a tour inside
are getting to normal you initially back to lou that you think this will help get. >> back to normalcy. >> i think a lot of parents are hesitant may be to vaccinate their kids without, you shuren says that they won't have to wear masks if they go to school, if they get vaccinated. do you think that masking at schools should be something that is no longer required. once this vaccination is available. >> you can really depends on the local situation. how much virus is in the community and how many kids get vaccinated. so you if 50% of kids got vaccinated. i think masks should still be required in schools, but it's almost all kids in school are vaccinated and its transition within the is really low and the rest of the community of highly vaccinated. so i think that's something that we can start to think about, especially for certain rules. wear matching is and where risk a bit lower. >> staying with the subject of parents being concerned. doctor. i saw kaiser
foundation survey 3 in 10 parents saying no way. they're not going to get their children vaccinated. how much of a problem could that be what would you say to those parents. i would encourage those parents to talk to their kids attrition. some family doctors about what concerns are. >> i think that there is a lot a lot of questions that people have out there and all very valid questions and many people are asking about specific situations for their own children kids. you have conditions are certain allergy tight this and i would urge everybody to talk to the russians about their specific russians about their specific situation there's a lot o information that we have now and about kids and the safety and our job is great information that we're all really looking forward sharing with and caregivers. >> do you think there's any credence to perhaps waiting longer than 3 weeks for the
second dose for these kids. i've heard some experts talk about data that suggests that perhaps the vaccines are more efficacious. if you wait a little longer, perhaps even safer. any credence to that. >> i think that there are some data that i have a longer interval between 2 doses might increase the effectiveness and that has been seen with. with the astrazeneca to some degree with the johnson johnson vaccine. it wasn't tested this way in kids. and so we don't really know. we'll have to compare data to say about. extending to in trouble between vaccine doses for kids will be more effective or not. just you how great it on i can understand why people want to that. but just remember about until you get 2 doses and 2 weeks after the tuesday you're not considered fully vaccinated and the degree of protection from one dose is just not nearly what it needs to in the time of the delta
variant of finally and not the 3 in 10 parents, but. >> the others who might be on the fence. what would you tell them tonight to urge them to get their kids vaccinated. >> but really urge take a look at the cdc website. talk to their family physician, talk to their pediatrician about the risks and benefits for their own kids. think about the other people in your family and older members of your family who not be as protected as you would want them to be even despite being fully vaccinated and i think about your community. think about how you want your family's lives to look things staot to open up as kids that were vaccinated. do you want your kids to able to participate fully in all the activities vaccinated should be able to do. i think h family has to make their own i don't think it needs to made in a you over the next month
or so. i hope people to get their questions answered from my patients, i'm here for you send your questions. >> all right, doctor and we really appreciate your time. thank you. thanks you. >> and you can stay with kron 4 always for the latest details on the vaccine for these 5 to 11 year-old scan, the qr code there. you'll be taken to our web page. that is focused on covid stories, including a developing story about a nasal covid vaccine. they're testing out as well as new travel rules it saw kron 4 dot com. >> all right. it has been an week or 2 for weather time to look at the 4 zone forecast. meteorologist dave spahr is here with us tonight for look at what we can expect for the rest of the week. i dave, ok, catherine grant. we're looking at pretty much clear conditions. for now. look at the golden gate bridge. where's the fog not here yet. it will probably develop a little bit later on going on tonight. >> the forecast for the next few hours. will go clear up to
around the witching hour. but later on once we get the dew point, the temperature together. yeah. we'll get some of that fog returning. that means in some of those inland valleys as a possibility along with our traditional fog that comes rolling on in past the golden gate filling up portions in and around the bay. then right before dawn a package of some low level moisture. what kind of of race across our region. that's going to kind of, you know, give us a little bit more fog lingering in the later morning hours. but let's get to that rain that we're really talking about here as we go forward with all of this. there's that package of cloud cover just mentioned. it's wednesday night that things get interesting long after commute here wednesday, 11 o'clock is just marching to the north bay overnight and then tomorrow morning or rather thursday morning. we'll have some patches of some light rain showers again like today. we'll take a lot of clear up looks really great going into friday. but the weekend there's a weak disturbance that may give us some showers on saturday in the east bay, little portion thereof. but that's not really the big thing we're looking at, we're looking way upstream for to get really interesting early
next week. rainfall totals with this next system. not real real impressive, but it's a beneficial kind of rain maybe up to a quarter of an inch of rain or maybe down to about a dime or so what we'll do in the mountains this will come in the form of some showers. the snowfall levels are going to be fairly high with this. but the success of system we're talking about the really big one into early next week. that may be quite interesting and we'll get into some of that in the long range forecast models and check out your 4 zone as well. grant and catherine. all right. appreciate day. now just minutes ago. >> big news, the raiders have announced they have released promising young wide receiver henry ruggs the 3rd after he was involved in a fatal crash early this morning. a las vegas police are saying the 22 year-old showed signs of impairment. they say he was speeding at the time and he has been charged. this is a felony case that could land drugs in prison anywhere from 2 to 20 years. reporter madison kimbro joins us now live from las vegas with more on the story. madison. yes,
this crash happened near one of 8 is his busiest residential intersections you're looking at right now on south rainbow boulevard known for having car speed up and down at all hours of the day and night this morning. las vegas raiders wide receiver henry ruggs. the 3rd was speeding with his girlfriend in the passenger seat in his chevrolet corvette when he veered off and hit a woman and a wrap for from behind after the woman was hit the car stopped and caught on fire by the time police and first responders arrived. the woman was dead. she was 23 years old when neighbors recall seeing everything from his house. this morning. >> a loud boom my back window is my backyard, which is rainbow. so first thing i did. i looked at my lai says, there's car accident. i grab my phone. run outside in mind these look over my wall and i see a corvette smashed front and setting up against cross
street. i i guess is toyota sienna miller street was sparks coming from it. >> stayed on scene after the crash showed signs of impairment is now facing dui charges resulting in substantial bodily injury and reckless driving resulting in death and substantial bodily injury are still awaiting details from the police on body and whereabouts as far as the condition and who the identity is as well as reps. girlfriend. what condition she is reporting live can grow. back to you. >> thank you. madison. other news now faced with a 125 million dollar budget shortfall for next school year. right now, san francisco unified schools is unveiling its plan to try to fix the problem. well, avoiding a possible takeover from the state. for jonathan mccall is here live with us in studio with a look at what could be on the chopping block jonathan grant, the details. not looking good. these proposed cuts are across the board and
dives deep into the classroom student services and even proposes layoffs. the district now under the gun from the state of california to cut 125 million dollars from its budget for the next school year or risk a takeover from the state. it's a tough math problem that comes with plenty of variables. >> where to find 125 million dollars for san francisco unified school leaders. they're hoping that a plan released tuesday night. we'll provide the right answers to avoid a state takeover. >> schools would experience change and you know, and we this is this would result in reductions at school sites among the ideas for those proposed cuts. >> 50 million dollars in funding would be slashed for individual campuses. 360 jobs at schools and 55 jobs at the central office also cut it 10 million dollars would be cut from student programs like j r o t special education services and community service
coordinators administration and operation services would also be cut by more than 20 million dollars. i don't know if one school site. >> that at this moment could say, yeah, we don't need so we don't need this position because sauder curio is the president of the united educators of san francisco. >> the union representing teachers and school staff. >> cuts to schools or schools having to make the decisions around which position to cut only exacerbates the trauma that we've been. she believes there are more places the district could cut from first before impacting students and teachers were talking about for men. >> from levels of administration and management. that may be are directly impacting students at this moment, perhaps special projects to can be paused until such a tiee as grants can be found to us and them right now, san francisco unified schools currently has some 49,000 students, but it has seen a steady drop in enrollment over the past 5
years. >> curry l is now calling on state and local leaders to fix a problem. that's not only happening here in san francisco. but one that's happening at schools all across the golden state right. schools across california. >> are suffering from enrollment, especially in large urban districts. it didn't see this coming. >> so the state of california is offering 30 million dollars to help offset the deficit. but therein lies another problem next year after year after that, the 30 million dollars will not be there. creo says she is looking forward to working with the district on a solution and over the next 6 weeks, the school will the district will be listening to the public to get their thoughts on exactly what should stay and what should go a final plan must be submitted to the state by december 15th. you can read the details on the proposal right now on our website that's kron 4 dot com jonathan mccall kron 4 news. >> thank you, coming up, police are investigating a recent shooting. what happened
after my car accident, i wondered what my case was worth. so i called the barnes firm. when that car hit my motorcycle, insurance wasn't fair. so i called the barnes firm. it was the best call i could've made. at the barnes firm, our injury attorneys work hard to get you the best result possible. call us now and find out what your case could be worth. you might be surprised. ♪ the barnes firm injury attorneys ♪ ♪ call one eight hundred, eight million ♪ everyone needs health insurance. covered california is making sure more people can get it. new federal funding of $3 billion is available to help more californians get covered. julie and bob are paying $700 less every month. dee now gets comprehensive coverage with no monthly premium and the navarros are paying under $100 per month. check coveredca.com to see your new lower price.
released back into the wild, taking the plunge they originally set to return to a marsh in huntington beach. but there were still some concerns about oil so the wetlands and wildlife care center. they got the green light at this property. we're looking at its nearby along the santa ana river in newport beach and gave the ducks a new home. >> that was amazing. though, is exactly what we planned for that. it's always nice when it goes they all are happy. i'm back in their habitat. see some friends over there. there are going to go probably need each other. this is a great it's a great day. this is why we do what we do. >> the ducks were being cared for before the oil spill. but that spill forced the senate to keep them for an extra month. meantime, environmental advocates say they plan to sue the federal government over its failure to review and update plans for off coast oil
platforms. the center for biological diversity says it's going to sue pointing to the fact the government approved plans for new platforms in the 80's and they are still running. they were expected to wind down production in 2007. the group says the plan's legally should have been reviewed periodically. the department of the interior has not commented on that lawsuit. >> still to come on kron 4 news at 9. a father is found like face down in his own blood. just a horrible story. what we know about this man who was shot while relaxing with his toddler and infant in his east bay living room. plus too busy is that something you want to hear when calling the police why one south bay police department says it could not respond to several calls for a sideshow. and later, the first day of arguments in a case against kyle rittenhouse, the issues. both sides chose to
hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. ♪ tension builds... ♪ the plot twist. ♪ the hero prevails. in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started. introducing the all-new nissan frontier. emergency planning for kids. we can't predict when an emergency will happen. so that's why it's important to make a plan with your parents. here are a few tips to stay safe. know how to get in touch with your family. write down phone numbers for your parents, siblings and neighbors. pick a place to meet your family if you are not together and can't go home. remind your parents to pack an emergency supply kit. making a plan might feel like homework, but it will help you and your family stay safe during an emergency.
>> there is no clear motive yet for a weekend shooting when an oakland father was shot in the face while holding his baby inside his home tonight. he is said to be in stable condition. but awaiting another surgery after the incident this weekend. crowd forcefully to golf spoke with his husband who fears. >> this was a hate crime. >> confusion and anger and fear. those are the emotions jimmy has struggled with since saturday night. that's when he says someone fired at least 10
rounds into his west oakland home. it happened on peralta street. one of the bullets hitting his has been in the face while holding their 5 week-old daughter. he was standing just a few feet away from their 4 year-old daughter watching television in the living room. jimmy was making kitchen at the time. he has requested. we blur his face and not share his husband's name. well, oakland police continue to search for the shooter. 9. >> secure the girls i ran over to him and notice that he was buying a based on a pool of blood and his teeth were over. the floor. jimmy says the baby suffered a few abrasions on her face. but her injuries do not appear to be serious. >> he says his 4 year-old daughter is emotionally traumatized. the oakland police department has not indicated whether or not this case is being investigated as a hate crime. but jimmy cannot explain any other reason that may have motivated the shooting other than them being targeted because they are a couple. i can only think of,
you know. >> maybe somebody seeing us or. you're not happy having us in the i just i don't know. and now a problem they catch somebody up. played that game for us tonight. meanwhile, his husband is preparing for a second surgery wednesday. >> the couple has been together for 16 years. phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> san jose police claim there simply were not enough officers to go around on a very busy halloween night in the city. frustrated neighbors captured some dramatic video of a huge sideshow. they said this went on for hours and it was only a couple blocks from city hall. it happened late saturday night into early halloween morning at north 6 in saint john streets and downtown san jose neighbors say they kept calling 911 hoping for help. they were ignored and the side show continued. police never showed up. they say police later claimed they had to deal with
more urgent calls that night. >> we had a couple of robbery incidents that were being investigated. we had a couple of calls from the fire that we were assisting with one of them involved a serious injury, a life threatening injury to somebody that had a serious fall. i understand the community's frustration with these events and our lack of response. however, i would also like people to understand. it was a very busy saturday night. we can't send 2 police cars to deal with the sideshow of this size. and they didn't. >> police. so the police track on not breaking up sideshows in the bay area already is inconsistent. police argue it often takes more man power than they have to spare and they say it underlines staffing problems. >> that's how the bay area news. the san francisco police officer is facing involuntary manslaughter charges for a shooting for shooting a mentally ill and unarmed man. this is body camera footage from that shooting which happened in 2017 when according to district attorney jason officer kenneth cha shot
sean more while responding to a noise complaint. the bullet damaged moore's liver and colon when moore died in january of 2020. the coroner ruled the death a homicide saying he died from internal obstruction due to the bullet wounds. this is only the second time in san francisco history and on duty officer has been charged with homicide. the san francisco police officers association released the following statement in response to the charges saying in part, officers responded to a call for service and encountered the very hostile sean boer, who is accused of violating a restraining order. we support officer child's constitutionally protected right to present his defense against these charges. >> and developing news. the trial of kyle rittenhouse began today in wisconsin. the teenagers accused of shooting 3 men killing 2 of them. it happened during demonstrations last year. today. the actions of joseph rosen bomb or an
immediate focus of both sides. rosenbalm was one of the man shot and killed by rittenhouse. that was rittenhouse. you just saw. >> the defense says that he had been defending himself. prosecutors argue that rittenhouse was the aggressor. >> you will hear from the fbi individual who was in the plane taking that infrared video that shows the defendant chasing mister rosenthal and initiating that confrontation. whether or not mister rosen needed a new kidney or you did medications for mental illness or was going have blood pressure. check has nothing to do with the of the events of the night. >> rittenhouse has now a teen. now he's charged with 5 felonies, including first-degree intentional homicide. he has pleaded not guilty in that trial is expected to last 2 weeks. >> it's election night in america and there are some races playing out that could have big implications as we head toward the midterm elections next year. most
notably a pair of gubernatorial races and we will start in virginia where democrat incumbent terry mcauliffe is losing right now to republican glenn youngkin. but the race is getting closer. this is easily been the most talked about racing is considered by many to be a referendum of sorts on president biden's first 100 days in office. mcauliffe loss would not be a good sign for democrats considering biden beat trump by double digits in virginia last year and new jersey's democratic governor also appears to be in danger of losing to his republican challenger, former state assembly member jackson really has a narrow lead over governor phil murphy. murphy loss would not be entirely surprising since democratic governor has not been reelected in new jersey in 44 years. but again, it's a state that biden carried by about 16 points last year. so a loss there would the disheartening for democrats and we will continue to monitor both of those races and bring you the
results once they are called not all bad for democrats. tonight in new york. eric adams has been elected the city's new mayor, the former police chief will become just the second black mayor and new york city's history. adams says been a vocal critic of the police department that he used to be in charge of. he's also advocated for black officers and spoken out against injustice. however, he has not supported calls to defund the police and shift money from law enforcement to social programs. >> minneapolis will not be getting rid of its police department, the voters there have rejected a proposal that would have replaced the department with the public safety agency. the measure had been written in response to calls too defund or dismantle the department after the death of george floyd. it was the first attempt by a major us city to drastically overhaul public safety since floyd's death sparked nationwide protests last year. >> still ahead on kron 4 news at 9. the climate summit in
scotland the today with the california delegates. there are saying and what they hope is achieved. >> a stunning and tragic day for one of the raiders young stars and woman is dead tonight. so problems there. we'll check in with the warriors as well. but hey, we have a world series champion. you see the celebration going on in houston. it's a houston that celebrating sports director jason dumas says all that and more when we come back.
>> we have some breaking news in the world of politics tonight to tell you about we were just talking about that virginia gubernatorial race and the republican challenger glenn youngkin has defeated the incumbent there. terry mcauliffe. big news there. we'll have more on that throughout the night. now over to jason in sports. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> we had a world series elimination game tonight. the braves were down in houston with a 3 to one lead and a chance for their first world title since 1995. but there's a raucous crowd in houston, not much to cheer about tonight. sorry, folks. top of the 3rd. jaisol are. he knew that going got all of it. over the train track out of the car. check out the watch party in want a light actually
doesn't look that there anyway in the 5th dansby swanson. he goes yard. that's a 2 run shot to left field. astros hopes slipping away. she knows it too. and that rally towels going to do 7 freddie freeman. i like this guy had amazing story. that's a solo shot right there. what's even cooler. we get a cool shot of his wife and sun. they are hyped up. 7. nothing brave they do it world series champs. they win by that score. they take the series 4 games to 2 congrats to the atlanta braves. >> it was business as usual today at chase as the warriors prep for their matchup tomorrow against hornets. the dubs have been one of the surprise teams in their early season and they're getting it done with a balanced attack. plenty of new faces have fit in effortlessly, including veteran otto porter.
>> you know, making winning plays, you know, the whole learn from my mistakes. i'm like i seldom co each other accountable and you started the head of the snake stuff. he's been unbelievable leader. so making sure is acclimated go from there. >> let's revisit a story that we showed you earlier in the newscast, a very sad story. raiders wide receiver henry ruggs is facing a death by dui charge by the las vegas police after a car accident in the early hours of the day. it's hard to pivot to talk football after someone loses their life. it was a young woman in this situation. but the raiders still have a game on sunday won't be canceled. so what does that mean for the team that will be in new jersey taking on the new york giants. now without darren waller and henry ruggs their
top 2 pass catchers. tough situation all around and obviously he's been released by the raiders. so who knows when or if you'll ever play in the nfl. he has a court appearance tomorrow in los vegas. we'll have all those details as they bec ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪
congress have been trying to crack down on criminals buying and selling stolen goods on online market places. and today the senate judiciary committee pressured a trade group represented by amazon e-bay and at sea about a bill that would make online platforms more responsible and policing sellers. it is called the inform consumers act. it would force marketplaces to verify high volume. 3rd party sellers the bill actually help. >> end up helping a company like amazon while making it more difficult for smaller businesses to operate and do so in compliance with the law, we don't want to have barriers that will. >> limit seller. some of being able to get online and and sell their goods. >> some members of the internet association say they would prefer much less restrictive version of this bill. but some democrats argue stricter regulations are necessary. >> after months of negotiating democratic leadership says
they what to pass the president's infrastructure package and his nearly 2 trillion dollars social spending plan by thursday, president biden who is promising transformative changes at the un climate summit this week says he's confident his plan will pass. that could be easier said than done. here is democratic senator joe manchin of west virginia explaining his hesitancy with the current compromise. >> the things that i have been opposing which is causing the problem. i think a lot of that, as i said, i'm not going to vote and enhance services from social security, medicare, especially medicare. that's a lifeline for them and they're scared to death that basically they're going to have the services or the premiums increase to make sure you get your financial house in order before you start expanding and spending more. >> progressive and moderate democrats are still split on a few key issues including medicare expansion and paid family leave the plan also lacks support from congressional republicans who are encouraging senator mansion to side against his party. some california leaders
have been taking part in that un climate summit in scotland this week which. >> also continues next week. kron four's capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains what they are doing and what they hope to bring back to california. >> california all in lieutenant governor eleni kounalakis pointing to california as a lead policy maker in the united states when it comes to combating climate change but if there's one thing we have something like sovereign power it's on our emissions standards lock us speaking in glasgow, scotland, tuesday filling in for governor gavin newsome who is supposed to lead the california delegation at the cop 26 climate conference new some last minute decided to not attend because of a family obligation. according to his office. i'm sure that the person who's got the biggest hardin over not going is gavin newsome states senate majority leader robert hertzberg and more than a dozen other state lawmakers a e heading to scotland for the conference by the end of this week. hertzberg says this event is important and sets the stage
for global leaders to figure out how to transition the world's economy from one that is part of the solution instead of part of the problem. >> ways to and policies that will incenti%ize both fixing the environmentally just manner. so we're not just heard poor communities and create people with good jobs. and there's ways to do it. what is the delegation bring home overhaul relationships that are really important. you know, everything is personal in this world. my experience. we will bring home the pride of other jurisdictions taking on some of our ideas that will share with them various conferences and the like. i think you're going to see new bills introduced. and i think you're going to see a more sophisticated discussion of climate change as a result of efforts, their members of the california delegation are slated to be in scotland until november 12th. >> in srcramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> all right. time to switch gears. talk about the weather in the 4 zone forecast seems like we're between much of the
time but i'm meteorologist dave spahr is here with what's happening for the rest of the week where the meat between the bread of the showers. that's right. so coming up, another doses expected as we get into tomorrow night. >> so far that fog isn't yet develop east bay shoreline all lit up very nicely here. so let's run through. we expect for this little dose here. >> through the overnight. we'll get some fog. one on just a little packages. some lower level clouds. that will probably slow the evaporation of some of the fog early tomorrow morning. so some of those patches of fog. maybe a little pesky into tomorrow night. here it comes. racing on by amounts are about a quarter of an inch or so. it's kind of an average or a little bit less than that will be a breezy, a breeze with all of that but not a whole lot and it was ripped away and we go back to mostly clea for your thursday and into friday. then into the weekend, some more scattered clouds to make note of maybe some sprinkles up in the north bay as we get into saturday. no. for tomorrow morning. we have a fog going on. some scattered low clouds temps hold in the 50's by noon. we're mostly sunny mild and then mild conditions expected about 3 under mostly
sunny skies longer range forecast bit more interesting. this is the short term getting into the weekend. some scattered clouds, maybe a sprinkle got to get this package of moisture up here. it's not the atmospheric river, but it is some milder air moisture coming up with all of this. so we'll probably get a decent amount of rain out of all of this and kind of trains a little bit here as it makes its way through. so they're potentially might be some issues associated with it such as flash flooding in some pocket areas. 68 expecting the 4 zone forecast san francisco mid 60's, covers of the coast speaking a mile. that is next. storm system. i should mention that was just showing you there might have some lower snow levels up in the mountains. with that, by the way, 68 foster city palo alto 72 down the south bay 74 san jose lower 70's east bay shoreline tri valley at 73 or so might see some of that morning fog tomorrow. 71 walnut creek 69 for berkeley allay 69 matching that for napa 71 for sonoma and santa rosa at 68. so we're waiting for this first system to come racing on past thursday looks
good on friday. some clouds on saturday, sunday, some traffic clouds there might have a clouds there might have a sprinkle u but monday tuesday gets more interesting. we might help a nice good dose of rain going on for all that. so and some winds and all more drama. okay. >> thank you. thanks tafe. >> well, in kron, 4 news at 9 returns. it is a big sign of the holiday season when ice skating at union square will be returning.
-hi mommy! -hi honey! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby... don't say a word... but if slow upload speeds turns your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year. limited availability in select areas. call 1.877.only.att.
>> remind everybody in. we'll hear this all week long. but the end of daylight saving time is almost here. get ready to fall back early sunday morning when daylight saving time officially ends the change comes of course, with an extra hour of sleep technically. but there are downsides. lot of health experts say the time change can account for a higher rate of car accidents right after as well as some health problems related to sleep. >> tomorrow. the safeway holiday ice rink in union square will reopen. that will be for the first time since the pandemic began. it will be open every day from 10:00am to 11:00pm through january tickets are $19 including skate rental sessions are 60 minutes long. you can buy tickets ahead of time at union square ice rink, dot com. looks like fun. it doesn't always to look like fun. and that wraps up kron 4 news at 9 o'clock. thanks being with us
this hour. keep it here, though. our primetime coverage continues at the top of the hour. pam and ken are. >> here with a look ahead. big, big busy night here. election night lot going on. grant. catherine, thank you very much. and here's what we're working on. a 10 o'clock children, 5 to 11 years old. again, receiving shots of pfizer's covid vaccine as soon as tomorrow. the preparations already underway in the bay area to set up the clinic and san francisco unified school district is trying to stave off a state takeover. >> the plan to try to overcome the budgets. 125 million dollar deficit. those stories and more coming up on kron 4 news at 10.
>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news. >> now it and it's a monumental milestone in ending the pandemic, the cdc signs off on pfizer's covid vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 authorities across the bay area are now mobilizing to get children. those shots. thanks for joining us for kron 4 news at 10. i'm ken wayne and i pale more. there is just one more hurdle to cross before children as young as 5 years old can start getting vaccinated with pfizer. >> cdc director doctor rochelle walensky signed off on the company's