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9. i'm grant lotus and i'm catherine heenan in for vicki liviakis tonight. >> parents in contra, costa county. they had the chance to ask doctors about the kid sized vaccine tonight. it's a bit smaller kron four's, also the money and listened in and joins us now with details smaller vaccine for smaller that's exactly right. it's just a 3rd, as we've been saying of what the adults have been getting. but. >> much like san francisco contra, costa county. now tonight made time for questions from the public now that this has been approved for younger children. so a group of pediatricians and county leaders said that vaccinating children between 5.11 is important to decrease time missed from school. plus preventing were symptoms and and then giving it to the rest of the public. so the study that was eventually had 3,000 children participate and that proved the vaccine to be 91% effective at preventing contraction with mild side effects. if any. and they pointed to a greater risk of severe reactions to the actual virus compared to this
vaccine. those who were worried about politicization, the pediatricians agree that even if you believe that your child is healthy there still a chance that they may end up being part of the 30% of kids that did get sick even though they did not have underlying health conditions and although kids are less prone to the worst-case scenario. they should be vaccinated again to reduce the spread of covid to others. >> doesn't care about your police. doesn't care about your sister, status. however, the color of your skin, your religion. it simply is a virus that wants to get into your body. person and replicate it. so when we talk about covid getting it. yes, we think about the individual. we also have to think about us. >> in contra, costa county vaccines for kids 5 to 11 years old will be made available starting next week. it's going to be available at pharmacies individual doctors offices, community health clinics and schools will be reaching out to parents and guardians to let them know if
they will be vaccinating on their site. appointments can be made vaccines dot gov live in the studio. ella sogomonian kron 4 news. >> thank you all. and here is a county breakdown of where you can find the vaccine in alameda county community clinics will be able to vaccinate. they figure by mid november. there will be some clinics and schools in contra, costa county parents can begin scheduling appointments now at county run sites in marin county. there will be a clinic at northgate mall and that will offer through tuesday next tuesday through saturday, san mateo county leaders expect to get doses by tomorrow. if that happens, there will be a vaccination event at the county event center and pharmacies all over the bay area will begin giving shots this weekend. they say just make sure you register ahead of time children again. will be getting just about a 3rd of the dose that adults have received and they will need 2 doses spaced 3 weeks apart. demand for vaccinating
these youngsters is so popular in several bay area counties that anxious parents actually. >> gobbled up appointments quickly. in one county today, almost a 15 minute span or so thousands of appointments were made kron four's. terisa stasio has more on the rush to get this new eligible group, a shot in the arm. >> will it the clinic that we have planned for this filled in. 10 minutes or maybe a little bit, maybe 5th team in its lady. hendrick spokesperson for marine county on what happened when they opened up appointments thursday afternoon for 5 to 11 year-olds. >> and we're talking close to 2000 appointments. >> so obviously there strong and there is a strong desire for appointments. i also have 9 wins and 6 year-old kids and have not gotten an appointment for them either. so i understand what parents are going that's doctor susan philip, san francisco's health officer. and as you heard. >> she can't get unemployment
yet for her children. the doctor explains counties are ready, but the supply just isn't there yet. >> it is good news. it's good news that we have so many families that want to get this a lifesaving health saving vaccine for their kids. that's wonderful. and we know that initially vaccine supply that we have is about 12,300 doses. the large health systems and pharmacies are also getting supplies. but people will have to be a little bit patient because for the first few days the demand is going to outweigh supply in the east bay, a similar situation with berkeley saying bookings at their first available clinic saturday our full filling up in only a few hours. >> all of this sounding a bit deja vu similar to those long lines. people face back in the winter when shots became available. and to that, unlike the dosage for those 12 and up the new round for the younger kids is different. so it is a bit of a new ball game. one thing that parents need to
understand is while it's the same manufacturer. its pfizer is a different formulation of the vaccine. so we can't just use the pfizer vaccine that we've been giving to people aged 12 and older. we have to wait for the new vials to arrive so that we can administer the vaccine. if the proper dose. >> ultimately both hendricks and doctor philip say that the goal is to get all 5.11 year-olds vaccinated before the winter holiday. >> so that that can be closer to life before the pandemic to recess. stasio kron 4 news. >> a number of cal football players will be sitting out saturday's game against arizona. and that's because they are in covid protocol. the university says all student athletes traveling to tucson have to be tested and cleared before they leave the bay area. 99% of student athletes are fully vaccinated. it is not clear exactly how many players we'll be out this weekend or whether they did actually test positive for the
virus. you can stay with kron 4 for the latest covid information, including things like were you get the vaccine for your children. information on a possible nasal vaccine. you can scan that qr code and you'll be directed to the special section of our website, which is at kron. 4 dot com. >> san francisco police are investigating after they say one man was shot and killed in the haight-ashbury neighborhood this afternoon. another man was injured and taken to the hospital. >> police say that happened about 01:00pm. and it's just the latest example of gun violence in that neighborhood and some of the residents say they're now afraid to even go outside conference. amanda hari has the story. >> police have the street behind me. you're shut down for about 3 hours because of this shooting. they say one man did die here at the scene. i watched as neighbors were out here looking at the investigation and some tell me it makes them a little nervous. >> my favorite neighborhood to
live in anywhere around one thursday afternoon, san francisco police were called to this intersection heat street. the masonic avenue for a shooting. officers say when they arrived there were 2 men with gunshot one of the victims. >> succumb to his injuries and was declared deceased here at the scene. the other man was taken to the hospital. >> as pds homicide unit is investigating. they were speaking to witnesses at the scene. some told kron 4 they believe there were 2 people shooting when we asked police this was their response. we have a number of witnesses that have given us information that a number of rounds were shot where. >> not exact with the number ounds that were shot for this incident at this time. we are looking to determine that she'd love has lived in the haight ashbury neighborhood for more than a decade. >> he says he's seeing more and more crime here. just last week there was a different shooting just like one block the other direction. so.
>> it's starting to feel like a less than safe neighborhood and i don't i'm not happy about that. he says he's not only unhappy but scare. i'm terrified right now. i'm like terrified. i could have been just like walking down the street for any reason and my standard. >> and that police say this is an ongoing investigation and if you have any information to reach out to sfpd. they say you can provide that information anonymously in san francisco. amanda hari kron 4 news. >> we heard a witness there mention another shooting from a couple weeks ago. here's a map showing where that one occurred and where today's was. you can see just about a block apart and both happened in the middle of the day in the october 22nd shooting bullets hit several cars in the window of the ritual coffee shop. one person had to go to the hospital there with life threatening injuries. there's not been an update on that person's condition and police have not described a suspect. >> people in the east bay are
remembering the life of alameda county supervisor wilma chan chan was hit by a car in alameda while walking her dog yesterday. her death comes after 2 earlier fatal traffic accidents in alameda and 2021 one was a 2 car crash involving a dui another involved. a car hitting a pedestrian killing a former bay area tv news director. this latest incident is highlighting the concerns about speeding and traffic safety in that area. we asked alameda police how they're handling that problem. and the chief says at this point they're still looking for any surveillance video of the latest accident. it is not clear yet whether any criminal charges are being considered. alameda county council member john knox, john knox white issued a statement on chance death saying this tragic killing marks the second year in a row at alameda has
experienced at least 4 traffic fatalities over twice. the average more people are killed by the other people driving in alameda, then through criminal activity and said as an elected city council member all work with my colleagues to do everything we can to ensure that our city designed streets to help and enforce safety loss. >> bay area photographer said others across the country are now banding together to try to ignite change from camera manufactures after countless staffs and violent robberies. you see video of what he recently of fremont man was robbed at gunpoint after thieves followed him hall from the marine head lutz where he was taking photos and kron four's taylor talk to him tonight. she also has details on the petition. >> being circulated in the community.
>> terrifying moments when an east bay man was robbed at gunpoint right in his own fremont driveway. the whole thing happened and it was over within and 20 seconds right. so there was not even a moment to kind of have a rational thought what what should i do. this kicks lewis who didn't want to use his last name says. >> he had just returned home from shooting photos in marine when 2 men in face masks approached his car soon after they smashed his back window and took off with his camera bag reviewing his tesla cameras and home surveillance. he quickly realized the suspects have been following him to his house all the way from the north bay impacted their car just to kind of stop. and you the skate right. >> and that's when i saw him. the driver and, you know, come out and come around his car with a gun pointed to my trees right. and and i'm michael, just there just kind of freaked out and you walk around my car. that's not for the gunshot go off. >> thankfully no one was injured but lewis and other photographers say this incident from september proves
that it doesn't matter where you are. if you're seeing with the camera, you instantly become a target and people like to believe there's something that they can do to avoid this crime or they think. >> it hasn't happened to me because i've been smart enough to do x, y z. and i think the truth is that if you're out there with an expensive piece of equipment. it's a matter of time popular youtubers and photographers chelsea and tony north throughout have been pushing for better anti-theft technology and cameras for a while now. they along with lewis and other photographers. >> just started a petition to demand change from camera manufacturers. what we need to do right now. >> camera manufacturers that we need some kind of protection on devices just like you would expect with any other expensive modern piece of electronics. some of their suggestions in the petition include passcodes lens, pairing gps tracking biometrics in remote disabling so far. >> a couple 1000 people have back to the cause and signed the petition and taylor reporting kron 4 news.
>> and in that fremont robbery, 35 year-old daron mcclinton of richmond, one of 2 suspects has been arrested. he is facing charges including homicide and assault with a deadly weapon. >> the search is tonight for groups of vandals who defaced a high school in the south bay, the campus of los gatos high was found damaged building spray painted with homophobic and racial slurs. kron four's. dan thorn spoke with the school's principal about the hateful acts. 10 joins us live tonight in los gatos with more. dan, this is just harm. >> and that's right. grant the vandalism happening on the night of halloween eggs were also thrown. it pretty much all of thn buildings here on campus. the principal telling us that he is hurt and saddened by these actions. but he's hoping by getting the word out tonight that whoever did this will be given up. security video captured on the night of halloween shows at
least 3 groups of vandals defacing los gatos high school. the windows of school buildings were pelted with eggs and a prized 529 pound pumpkin was smashed. but what was most disturbing for principal. kevin buchanan was the spray painting of racist and homophobic slurs. it feels like a punch in the gut and a step rails a huge step backwards. >> as for trying increasing, you know, address equity and inclusion and understanding and awareness. >> buchanan says he understands the mischievous mood around halloween but hate and destruction is inexcusable. the principal has been calling on the high school community to come forward with information. well, police have been investigating the ax. it's a it's a social conscious commute. is an element that we need to stand up to and be a and >> teachers were also specifically targeted by the graffiti buchanan took over the high school as principal in july and says there have been challenges that are being
addressed. so far no one has been held responsible for the damage. >> it's unclear whether current or former students are the culprits and really sad and sad. i think we're all really excited when you have a racist and homophobic. >> that was pretty disgusting. >> los gatos police are investigating similar acts of vandalism found at the homes of some teachers here in the area and the principal also says that any posts about the vandalism here at the school are being monitored reporting live in los gatos. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> thank you, dan. today the giants along with millions of fans say goodbye to longtime catcher, buster posey posey. one world series championships with the giants in 2010, 2012, 2014, a lot of. >> even years. >> he really was. he's going to be he was the most valuable player in the national league in 2013, a 7 time all-star and
it was a bittersweet moment at oracle park today kron four's kylen mills was there joins us now live with a farewell. you know, his whole family was there you could tell even the reporters asking questions were were very sentimental and reflective. >> oh, yeah. the media's sentimental about saying goodbye to bust our talk to chris have to work for mlb dot com yesterday and actually the end of our interview. he was tearing up because. >> he was just like buster posey. such a special player to cover. he's a special person and that's something that was echoed by everyone who talk today. everyone from around the giants organization says the same thing. nothing but professionalism and a true leader catcher buster posey has been the heart and soul of the giants for the last 12 years. today, though, we saw an era come to an end. posey announced his retirement or call this afternoon and he said he wants to spend more time with his family. he also wants to allow his body to heal catchers, a very grueling position and 34 years old, posey put together an incredible career playing baseball's one of the toughest
positions. he won 3 world series titles. he was the 2012 nationally player of the year and was named an all-star 7 times, including this past season in 2021 posey batted 3 o 4 hit 18 home runs this past season while leading the giants to their best regular season record in franchise history. he said today that what that when he went into the season, he had no idea that it may be his last posey said he emptied the tank like he never has before. now he feels ready for a new chapter. >> it's about that time spent with family. the countless nights and days. pulling for your team riding the emotions of the highs riding the emotions of the lows and ultimately enjoying the people that you're west along the way and making great memories together i'm so very humbled to play the part and some of those memories. the fans. thank you for all your support. i received the last 13 seasons. now look forward to creating new memories of my own. and sharing them with family and friends. as i pull
for the giants are us my thank exactly years in maybe he's not the one who's who's talking the talk about it's just not favorite thing to do. so maybe that's a little bit everything else. how he cares for people. include everyone in his success. harvey gives credit to every everybody else out these of thoughtful. it is in the way he asks questions and responses might. there's really nothing different. it's it's the same. do. >> posey said he's looking forward to spending time with his wife and 4 children who were there today. aside from that he really doesn't have any big plans for his immediate future. he also said that the game is taking a toll on his body. it's been hard to enjoy time with his family when he's in pain. so often. now the giants front office emphasize how much posey has meant to this organization and to fans too. you guys like he just has been so much to
everyone and you know, it is bittersweet to say goodbye but will be exciting to see what he does. i know a lot of fans are wondering will he stay in the bay area. he said his plan his family does plan to move back to georgia. that's where he and his wife are from so a little bit sad there, but i'm sure there will be a pasar posey farewell tour. i'm sure that the giants will be honoring him. and in the days months to come and they have those there's a twins. those young twins which took last year off during covid. they were born prematurely. any said a lot of his family members in georgia haven't even met them. >> because of covid with the pandemic going on. yeah, they were there today, by the way. and their adorable. they are very big and healthy now. so. >> with preemies, it's a concern. but they want to be doing i could hear the door. a couple times where they were, you know, crawling around and stuff, but they actually are really well behaved. so also kudos to the postseason for, you know, having to 12 behave children's. it was an hour long press thanks cullen. >> all right. let's take a look at the 4 zone forecast as we are looking live over downtown san francisco
meteorologists. but bruce is joining us right now with a look at what's to come for the rest of the weekend. they were close to the weekend of recent i know. and it's never too early to celebrate friday saturday and sunday, right. because we are on eve. this is thursday night after all in the weekend. >> so close. so let's take a look at your radar for forecast because we are tracking dry, clear conditions and things of cooler air mass because of that lack of blanket of storm cloud cover that we had hovering over us last night. more storms heading our way, though, that storm door going to remain open. here's a look at grant's baby storm making its way into the north bay, possibly clipping santa rosa as early as saturday night. but really just traces amount of rain at best. we're going to stay dry all weekend long. a mixture of rain and snow showers saturday night through sunday morning for this but the main event that's going to arrive late monday afternoon. we're going to track remnants atmosphere,
river. most of it hanging north of the bay area. but fortunately, let's hope that storm track shifts a little bit southward could put those of you in santa rosa, though. but overall, we're going to see the bulk of the wet weather monday night through early tuesday morning by mid morning starting to break apart on tuesday by tuesday afternoon through tuesday evening. that's when they're going to see that storm dry out and exit to the east. but we're going to see pretty decent rain totals with this storm anywhere from half an inch to upwards of an inch of rain. highest amounts throughout the bay area coastline. but here's a great shot of golden gate bridge, not tracking any lower high cloud cover. widespread mid to upper 50's. 40's, though for most of our inland valleys in the north bay and east bay tonight cooling down because of that lack a blanket of cloud cover, but temperatures about 2 to 4 degrees below average low to mid 60's half moon bay 61 degrees for your daytime highs. and don't forget daylight saving time. this weekend we gain an hour of sleep. it takes me a day or
2 to really recover from that. our i don't know why it makes such a big deal. but and somebody always forgets. yeah, even and on ice right time. but always gets me because i only fix it or change it once or twice a year. some like. >> we how do you work this thing it's the car that gets me really thing it is a 3. so we have we've been warned. we have days to prepare now so high 90 read the knew that. >> well, dave chappelle is in san francisco tonight as he faces criticism for his latest netflix comedy special. >> we'll have reaction from fans coming up in a live report. >> also a student from a stock in high school is under arrest. what he is accused of bringing to school. >> and san jose civilian community service officer is back behind bars after he was arrested for gun charges -hi mommy! -hi honey!
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>> sanitize civilian community service officer was arrested last month on suspicion of gun crimes and has been arrested again this week for possession of child. denisha he worked as a civilian service officer for the san jose police department and police say that while they were doing a forensic examination of his electronic devices. they found photos and videos of child. an investigation under the current an earlier charges here does continue. stockton
high school student has been arrested after a handgun was found in his jacket. that boy is a student debt franklin high school. he had been taken to the principal's office. police say after being spotted vaping school officials say he refused to cooperate and and was searched a school officer found a loaded handgun in the pocket of his jacket along with ammunition in his backpack. the boy has been booked into juvenile hall. up next, we're learning more about the moments leading up to that fatal dui crash involving ex-raiders player. >> henry ruggs with new surveillance video is showing tonight. closer to home a car plunging into the pacific. look at that. why investigators think the guy behind the wheel who served 5 and was found clinging to the rocks might not be telling them the entire story. and then comedian dave chappelle, the embattled comedian the screenings. new documentary tonight at chase center in san
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word tonight show. it was a wasn't down. >> yeah. katherine and a grand you can see quiet now outside chase center and that controversy has been brewing for weeks. but fans still came to sit show their support for the comedian. >> dave chappelle. not sure. i was shocked that youth see what he said back in may 2005 and stop its this. >> some of the same stuff. he's always been pretty one with everything that he says and i'm honestly a fan of i don't personally think that he said anything super negative fans lined up at chase center thursday for a sold-out show supporting comedian dave chappelle amid controversial comments. >> about the transgender community in a netflix special. the closer lgbtq groups have pushed back against the special and his tour beginning in san francisco for his new untitled documentary who are like they should have who are kicking off. >> to to kind of share out. i'm very kind of the trial
about a it's hard and you never you knit is director of cultural affairs with the transgender district in san francisco deeply saddens and that the tension that district our main focus is to empower and to enrich our community is so that folks who do because staff and to make a still it understand that we are a force to reckon with that. we are not going anywhere. >> last month. netflix employees locked down on the job in protest to the special demanding better support for transgender employees. chappelle addressed the backlash and remains unapologetic. >> and a social media video chappelle said that he has been uninvited to film festivals and distributors have shied away from picking up his documentary. we did reach out to his rep for comment about this event but have not yet heard back here
at chase gayle ong kron 4 news, thank you gayle in pacifica, a car punched 50 feet over a cliff and highway one. this was no double slide this morning. >> but not only did that driver survived he was able to walk away as chp officer saw the tire tracks coming up to the cliff, then spotted the car with the driver out in the water. a firefighter and a harness was lowered managed to rescue the man he reportedly had only minor scrapes. >> he's very lucky individual to say the least. our big concern, weaves kept asking him over and over is it are you the only occupant of that vehicle because as you saw that vehicles in the water upside down and we're noticing kids toys floating in water. so our big concern was it was there anybody else in that vehicle and he kept relaying that there he was only occupant. so it was a huge relief for us. >> the driver told the chp he had been driving the speed limit when he lost control of his car, although
investigators have not ruled out speeding. other possible factors. they say driver distraction and what roads. >> new surveillance footage tonight shows just how fast henry ruggs was driving. you see the surveillance video here right before he struck tina 10 tours suv killing her and her dog. this is early tuesday morning. we've slowed it down. it's just really a a blur. the surveillance videos from a nearby apartment. the vehicles going that way. it's according to prosecutors rugs was driving a 127 miles per hour when he hit the victim and they say he was going a 156 miles an hour. just 2 seconds before impact today. the victim's family tend to his family, said the loss is just devastated them. as you might imagine. they also said she was the light of her parents life and loved her 3 year-old golden retriever max. still ahead tonight at 9,
november is alzheimer's awareness month. coming up, we'll show you what walk in san francisco will look like as it's once again in person this year. >> and we're tracking a warm-up for the end of the workweek forecast in the sierra. but it cooled down for the bay area. details ahead on your full sierra and bay area weekend outlook after the break. >> and in sports, it is the end of an era after 3 world series titles 12 seasons in the bigs buster posey calling it quits. kylen mills has a look back at the career of one of the most beloved athletes in bay area his ♪ 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 ♪
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enroll by december 31st. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> a bittersweet day here in san francisco today, the giants and fans across the bay area said goodbye to longtime catcher buster posey posey announced that he's retiring so he can spend more time with his family and let his body recover through his seasons behind the plate cozy has become an icon in bay area sports kron, 4 sports reporter kate rooney has a look back at his incredible career. >> with the 5th selection. in the first round. of the 2008 1st year player draft. the san francisco giants select gerald e posing as one of the. >> the greatest days of my life. and you know, i'm about, you know, i'm excited about getting started. >> buster posey made his major
league debut on 9/11/2000, 9 recording his first hit 8 days later. but it was his first full season in 2000, 10 in which posey quickly began to lay the foundation of his legacy winning the national league rookie of the year award and leading the giants to their first world series title ever in san francisco after more than half a century. san francisco finally had a world series champion after a devastating injury that ended his 2011 season. posey came back in 2000, 12 with a vengeance catching matt cain's perfect game playing in his first all-star game winning the batting title earning his first silver slugger award and being named comeback player of the year and mvp of the national league. but he was even better in the postseason hitting a grand slam in game 5 of the nlds against the reds to give the giants the series after they trailed 2 games to none his 2 run homerun off max scherzer in game 4 of the world series propelled the
giants to a four-game sweep of the favored tigers and their second world series title in 3 years. posey signed an 8 year extension with the giants in 2000, 13 a shearing. he'd be in san francisco for at least the rest of the decade. one season later after another 300 plus average 20 plus homer season posey was celebrating once again in late october after the giants defeated the royals for their 3rd world series championship in 5 seasons over the next 5 years. posey made the all-star team 4 times won a gold glove to silver slugger awards and letter rebuilding giants team to the postseason in 2000. 16 in the covid shortened 2020 season posey opted out. he and his wife kristen, had just adopted premature twin girls and the catcher wanted more safe time with his family, including daughter, addison and son lead. while many wondered if posey could regain the magic on the diamond is he
came back for the 20 21 season at age 34 buster was better than ever hitting over 300 for the 6th time making his 7th all-star team and leading the giants to a historic 107 win season and their first division title in 9 years. but for giants, fans, posey was much more than just a great player. he was a fan favorite family man team leader and a winner. he is one of those rare athletes who is immediately recognizable by just one name as one young giants fan put it, my dad had joe montana. i had buster posey's iconic legacy in the bay area and beyond will only be further cemented in the future as he'll surely join mays, mccovey and marischal with his own statue outside oracle park and an induction into baseball's hall of fame. >> it's about that time spent with family. the countless nights and days. pulling for
your team riding the emotions of the highs riding the emotions of the lows. and ultimately enjoying the people that you're with along the way and making great memories together. >> thank you to buster posey for so many great memories for everyone around the giants organization he said he looks forward to spending time with his wife and 4 kids. but he's unsure of what his future might hold beyond that, he said his family plans to move back to georgia at some point where he and his wife are both from. they met in high school. by the way, posey said he will miss the camaraderie and his teammates. the most.
>> you don't have to. >> the recent fatal shooting on a movie set in new mexico has convinced one big action start to make some changes. dwayne johnson, his new movie red notice is full of gun violence. but after alec baldwin accidentally shot and killed a cinematographer there won't be any real guns on the sets of his movies ever again. >> i can speak on behalf of 7 bucks productions moving forward. on any 7 bucks productions. real i ever and we'll take care of it and post. the dollars are worry about that's what we're going to do. it at 7.
>> johnson hoping you won't be alone. he says the tragedy on the set of rust could be a catalyst for change. his new series red notice will debut on netflix next friday. >> tensions simmering on day 3 today. the kyle rittenhouse trial as a juror was dismissed. rittenhouse is accused of killing 2 people and wounding a 3rd during demonstrations after the police shooting of jacob blake last year allegations of racial bias surface today after a juror told and off color and offensive joke to a bailiff during the trial. >> why did the kenosha police shooting. jacob blake 7 times. my understanding that the rest of the joke is because they ran out of plus, sarah that jokes out there about everything to do with all of this. this is one of them. but i think this the rest of this show as it were suggests a. some sort of. racial bias number 7. is no longer on the
chart. i just missed him. >> later in the day a witness testified that one of the shooting victims had tried to take rittenhouse's rifle away and lunged at the teen just before he was shot. rittenhouse's lawyers argued that he acted in self-defense if convicted, he could face life in prison. opening statements could begin tomorrow in the case against 3 white men accused of chasing and killing ahmaud arbery in georgia but controversy is already surrounding the proceeding said after 2 and a half weeks of difficult jury selection. the jury seated yesterday is made up of 11 white jurors and only one black juror. the jury pool comes from glynn county where more than a quarter of the population is black arbery an avid jogger was gunned down when the defendant's claim they thought he was a robbery suspect. >> time for another look at the 4 zone forecast as we're
taking a live look over san francisco. meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is with us. pretty clear night out of recent. yeah, very clear that item because of that lack of blanket of cloud cover, tracking cooler temperatures out there this evening. let's take a look at your thursday night forecast because crystal clear skies. we're not seeing any raindrops like we were this morning that brought us about half an inch of rain or less for those of you in the north bay and about a 10th of an inch of rain for the rest of the bay area. some certainly benefiting the north bay but radar for tracking our sierra forecast because hey, it's close to the weekend. never too early to plan ahead. south lake tahoe and truckee all clear now. but we are going to notice an increase in cloud cover slightly warmer temperatures as well as some passing showers through grade ul for your friday afternoon and evening. but upper 50's for south lake tahoe and truckee warmer than they were today in the mid-fifties that then we're going to cool down. we're going to see some rain
returning to this saturday turning into snow showers by tuesday. so cooler temperatures heading our way. perfect for snowmaking conditions. with our storm monday, tuesday shifting to the east into the sierra rain for us. but snow for those of you in this so we'll certainly have an update on rain totals and snow totals specifically for those of you in this year tomorrow. but temperatures out there right now we are seeing mid to upper 50's along the coast still in the low 60's for alameda. but widespread 50's, as you make your way outside. and that's because we are tracking cooler temperatures tomorrow. cooling trend going to continue through tomorrow afternoon widespread mid 60's half moon bay, though 61 degrees downtown san francisco. but 2 to 4 degrees below average in the mid 60's and looking ahead at the next 3 day forecast this weekend cooling down on sunday mix of sun and clouds. and i know grant you have your all timers walk that you're actually going to and see
correct. yes. saturday. okay. saturday morning. 10 o'clock. it's going to be dry, upper 50's and then warming up into the mid 60's by the afternoon. so it's looking great out of work this is the first in person. >> that's right. and in 2019. that's right. very all the more reason to go and support. what was it like in 2019. >> continue to lead the because we can and also who's ready to lead the way. >> those >> 2019 i had the privilege to be a part of the alzheimer's organization that i was the emcee in 2019 get a do the same this see all the people and a big crowd grant. they're like thousands weird to see
all the people on yeah, little haven't read it yet. haven't and jaden and boy, 2 years that the kids are so much but we're really excited to be back in person. >> folks can still do it virtually if they want to. but it's peer 27 in san francisco. 9 o'clock registration 10 o'clock. the ceremony starts in the walk will start at 10 30 saturday. it's a great event. just real fast. and you do feel very strongly you have a family member affected by this right. it will. my miley battled it for almost 20 years, which is just a it's a shoes disease and that's it isn't certain amount of time to to be affected. and unfortunately there's going to come a time kind of like cancer where everybody that's what they say that many, many people towards the end of their life is kind of terrified. people are living longer. you know, the statistics of how many people are likely to get in the next several decades is sobering and that's why we're trying to raise money on kron 4 dot com. we're going to be posting this
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bradshaw's apartment and kick off their night here. >> yeah, but for $23 squirt, i know could be more to this. so that is they say, a styling session and photo shoot. we'll also be provided for guests. so they can channel their inner fashionistas. but is it really googling us tonight. they say ok is it like a lottery to win a lottery. there's got to be more going on there. i don't know. and a photo shoot and of styling, something or other tune in tomorrow on kron 4 news at 9 for a mortgage and your debt. the is a longer version that's cute. the. and that wraps up kron 4 news at 9 o'clock and i could see 2300 a night. ken and pam the doing a reboot of that show right. in the city. you can't get a room in manhattan for 23 bucks a night anywhere now. so something get a photo shoot. styling session big going to be there. hey, mister day. again and we're
going to go in-depth look of this. that's all we've got. all right. thank you very much. here's what we're working on kron 4 news tonight at 10. >> homophobic graffiti and the windows and a smashed pumpkin. that is the destruction vandals left behind at los gatos high school on halloween night tonight. we will hear the principal's plea for help in catching those responsible and bay area. health officials are finalizing plans to get kids vaccinated against covid. we'll break down when children in each county will be able to get their first shot. those stories and more coming up on kron 4 news at 10.
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>> when >> fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news. >> is like touching the gun and a step rails a huge step backwards. when you have a racist and homophobic. i thought we were getting better. >> now at 10. it's being called a gross display of hatred on halloween. the search is on tonight for groups of vandals who defaced a high school in the south bay. thanks for joining us on kron 4 news at 10. i'm ken wayne and i'm pam moore. the campus of look at high has. >> then damage that was damaged overnight and the buildings were spray painted with