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>> we'll be out here. then we realized, you know, we should be a part of the show. because it's going on with the haha. but good friday. it is a friday is dry and i'm wondering how long it could stay that way. well, let's find out. we've got john, the man in the know. good morning. john. glad you guys are is when an empty like we should join well, you know what, weather wise. it's actually a pretty easy morning. we're going to be looking at partly cloudy skies today, increasingly cloudy come the afternoon and really just barely missing out on some rainfall. that's going to be skirting across the very northern reaches of california today. that means for us, it's just a cool fall day with some clouds. so get the sweaters. get the light jackets ready to go. your view outside your berkeley hills camera looking clear enough this morning. most of the fog that we've seen has been in our inland valleys especially out into the central valley that includes you up in solano county where we do have some dense fog advisories due to
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some to leave fog. that formed out that direction. so be mindful of that especially in those pockets further inland. otherwise radar does look dry and we're off to a cool start with some 50's 40's on the map this morning. so do bundle up and look forward to what will be some rainfall. not so much this weekend as early next week and i'll get to that. still ahead, rain. a hey on this friday morning. things are looking nice out there. pretty light for the most part at this hour. >> as you're traveling from the east bay into the city. no major issues or delays 5, 1880, also moving along really nicely this morning. so you're traveling hitting the road there. little under 9 minutes to make that commute. the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. you can make that drive and a little under 13 minutes this morning. no major issues along one, oh, one to contribute to that slowing and the south bay looks like it. we have a little slowing along one. oh, one as you're traveling 85 in the park about 32 minutes, 2.37, though, 80 to 85 no major issues. emily with a look at the richmond center fell bridge a little under 8
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as you travel out of richmond darya james, back to you. thanks a lot or a 5. oh, one breaking news overnight. pfizer says its experimental pill for covid cuts. the rate of hospitalization and deaths by nearly 90%. so they're going to ask the fda to authorize this pill as soon as possible. this is crazy in fact, they stopped their trials was so effective they effective. basically they said we've got to get this to market, right. because they did this study. i think it was like 750 people and almost everybody that wound up in the hospital. didn't have the real thing and everybody who died didn't have the real sick. so they were like the real thing. the real deal we're giving people work so much. we have to get it out there. top health officials are continuing to stress that vaccination remains the best way to protect yourself. but this pill would be great because if you do become infected, you take it at home and it prevents hospitalization and death. so they're trying to get that out
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there. and in the meantime, it's back to the vaccines because that's what they're concerned about is everybody d take a couple months for the fda to fully approved. this will have to wait and see. we'll track that for you. meanwhile, happening today in the bay area. speaking of vaccines. >> we've contra costa county now beginning to vaccinate children ages 5 to 11. the county has thousands of doses ready to put into arms. i want to say shot i'm not going to say jab. and you just put it in the kids are awake. camila barco live in concord at bell center building with more. hi camilla. >> good morning you guys see at contra. costa county was ahead of the game. and as daria said, they pre ordered thousands of pfizer's be pediactric the covid-19 vaccines and they are ready for these kids roll up their sleeves get vaccinated. county officials say that they are expecting said earlier this week that they are expecting to receive about 20,000 of those doses that we just
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mentioned and that doesn't even include the pharmacist. >> providers. the department is also working with a local schools and health care centers like pfizer and john here to host vaccine clinics at schools. >> but no dates have been set in stone. however, parents were able to start making appointments yesterday for kids to get their shot today. the vaccine is set to be 91% effective at preventing contraction with a mild side effects. if any, a pediatric. >> excuse me agree. even if you believe your child is healthy. there is still a chance they can get say here's what they had to say. >> the reality is around 30% of kids who are hospitalized with covid did not have underlying conditions. now, that's not a number that has been publicized. a lot of people don't know that. number 2 with respect to recovery after an infection. there's no guarantee that a few weeks out
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you will still have antibodies that will protect you. >> now just a reminder. the pediatric doses. one 3rd of the dosage given to teens and adults. it comes in different vials and packaging. then the adult version. however, the kids must still get 2 shots at least 3 weeks apart for maximum protection. now there's about 92,000 county residents that are between the ages of 5 to 11 and county officials say that they for the demand to be high. so if you're looking to get your kids vaccinated. >> now is the time to sign up for that appointment. county officials say that there are not accepting any walked. >> at this time. deiah james vacuum o. that's good to know. no walk-ins. you have to have an appointment. thank you very much. coming multiple clinics are offering the shot for kids near dozens of schools in san jose. those clinics. >> are targeting the hardest hit areas by the pandemic where parents have limited resources to access the vaccine. there are left
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roughly a 128,000 children 5 to 11 years old in santa clara county. and while officials say they're not to be able to reach every child. they know that they still want to make sure that the doses are as widely available and convenient for people to get for their kids as possible. and if you haven't heard several cal football players are going to have to miss tomorrow's game because they're now under covid protocols teams taking on arizona kron four's will tran is live at uc berkeley with the details. hi will. >> the school is not saying how many football they are under covid protocol, rather not they tested positive. >> for covid. this is something that they want to keep to themselves. but we do know that when the cal football team when they travel today to arizona, they will not be at full strength because some players we'll be left behind after they came down with possible covid they will be undergoing covid protocol which could mean quarantine. now the players, they're not naming the names
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the positions just for their privacy. 99% of the players. according to the university, have already been vaccinated. so what they're going to do is they will continue playing tomorrow's game in arizona but before they take the field probably today even before they take off from the bay area. they will be tested to make sure that they are negative for covid before they take the field just in case that they don't spread it to the other players in arizona, how long they will be undergoing covid protocol will just have to wait and see. not 100% of the players have been vaccinated. so we don't know if these players receive their vaccinations before they are undergoing covid protocol. this comes at an interesting time because one of cows most famous former players aaron rodgers. he tested positive for covid. and right now he is not going to play in sunday's game and he's facing a lot of heat because he claimed a few months ago that he was
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vaccinated. so a lot of people are watching that situation on whether or not he will be suspended. so i just thought the timing was interesting involving cow and then callous for most famous former player aaron rodgers, back to you. all right. thanks a lot. we'll. 5. '07, is the time more than 24 hours after the shocking and sudden death of alameda county supervisor wilma chan. >> the community, course, still mourning her loss. there's a growing memorial at the intersection of shoreline drive and grand avenue in alameda that is where supervisor chan was struck and killed by a car while she was out walking her dog. her death is the 4th fatal traffic accident in alameda this year. and many residents now say that they're even more concerned about speeding and traffic safety on the island. >> it's a all throughout alameda pervasive now ellen always had a, you know, emphasis on a 25 mile an hour speed zone. you know, i think people are frustrated by that. our officers are focused on. >> people that are driving
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over the speed limit and engage in any other dangerous vehicle, code violations. >> the alameda police chief says that they're still looking for surveillance video of that accident in which and died and they would not say whether there will be criminal charges yet. the investigation pushed back against the special and she tells tour for this untitled documentary. they are upset about it. >> deeply saddened who are like they should have who are taking off. to kind of share taking off. to kind of share out. i'm very kind of the an ally. >> last month netflix employees walked out on the job to protest the chappelle
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special and they demanded better support for transgender employees. dave chappelle has addressed the backlash. but he of president biden's biggest proposals. they'll be voting on the president's infrastructure bill which has already passed the senate and they will also be voting on biden, social spending bill as well. if that bill passes the house, it's still not clear if there are enough supporting votes in the senate. we'll have to see those voted. are those votes, i should say, are scheduled to take place this morning and we will keep you updated as those results come in. meanwhile, also happening today, a memorial service will be held for former secretary of state colin powell. he died at the age of 84 from complications, from covid. he'd been fighting cancer and had parkinson's disease as well. he was the first black secretary of state. and we know the president biden is expected to attend today's service, though we don't believe he'll actually speak, but we will bring you live
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coverage of that memorial starting at 8.30 this morning. >> it's 5.10 right now. and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, a woman accuses southwest airlines of racial profiling. >> she says that she was accused of human trafficking because she's white and her daughter is biracial. and after the break, a man rescued after he crashed his car off a cliff in pacifica. how do you walk away from that crash and it will be a nice day to venture outside today. not worrying so much about rainfall but just bundle up for saying on the cloudier side, in daytime highs will remain in the 60's. so pretty typical. cool fall day ahead. talking any chances of rain in your forecast. >> and as you're hitting the road on this friday morning. and we are tracking your morning commute. we do have some delays and the south bay that will look at once we get back from break.
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look at this car off a cliff in pacifica it. you're going to think. >> how could someone survive this. but the man did have a found the chp did they noticed tire tracks near double slide yesterday morning. and when they looked over the edge. yeah. that's when they spotted that car 50 feet below floating in the water. the driver was already out of the car. >> and was trying to climb up the cliff. incredible rescue crews were called to the scene. obviously the man had some minor scrapes and aches and bumps and that was about how possible. amazingly and it's good for him. >> 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. >> i miracle how the chp is investigating what caused the crash. they do not believe the
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drugs or alcohol were involved. okay. >> 5.15, is the time. let's a bring it back here in the studio. head over to the weather center. we'le got john with our friday and our weekend forecast ahead. and what do you think, john. well, it does look like a good weekend for venturing out there. we're not worrying so much about what weather is going to do to interrupt our plans this weekend, at least there are we're going to save that for a monday and tuesday of next week. so in the meantime, it's a little cloudier. little bit cooler out there. you outside from our financial district camera this morning. skies are definitely partly cloudy to start. but they're actually going to increase in cloud cover through the day because we do have this weak system that's just clipping the bay area will result in showers to the north of us up into humboldt and mendocino counties but not drifting as far south she will actually be able to see that here in future cast, although we are looking at are increasingly clear skies. you can see the line of showers sitting well to the north and west. it's going to skirt far northern sonoma county, not result in
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any rain for the bay today. couple of sprinkles are possible as we make our way on into tom1rrow. mostly just for the north bay. just a drop of water to possible for your saturday sunday. you are likely to see a couple more sprinkles in the north bay, especially towards the finish of the day on sunday or towards sunday evening that means rainfall totals this weekend. not really not existed for most of the bay area. we're going to hold off on rainfall until monday and tuesday of next week. as far as today is concerned, it's another day in the 60's across the region. cool one about the same temperature wise as yesterday. but feeling a little bit cooler than yesterday and partly because we're not going to be tapping into nears. much sunshine just a mostly cloudy. one in a pretty typical bay area fall day here. so get the sweaters on all your fault best as you head outside for your friday. billy, how at 65 for your high today. while center fell a pretty nice 67 tomorrow and sunday won't change much sunday. we will be a little bit cooler. and of course, you're getting that extra hour of sleep to look forward to
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monday and tuesday. our best chances of rainfall here. and although not a day lose some heavy rain is possible for monday night into tuesday. rain. thank you for that. john. all right. we're looking at the san mateo bridge are starting with that. there are some reports of a vehicle fire. >> 92 westbound. and i'm not seeing any delays near the toll plaza just yet. so as you're traveling across towards the peninsula. that is one incident that's happening on the san mateo bridge at this hour, but still not seeing any delays that might go up. we're going to keep close eye on that as you're traveling. >> heading into the city via the bay bridge a little under 9 minutes till for you right now to make that. >> commute. no major issues along 5.80, or 80 and the south fayetteville san jose north on 87 south of carter avenue. we got an accident there. we had an earlier one that was a long one. oh, one northbound at mckee road and that has since been cleared and we were seeing a slight delay as you're traveling on the golden gate bridge traveling from the north bay into the city to the tolls. a little under 20 minutes for you this morning. checking out
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6.80, is a traveling along there. going to take you a little under 14 minutes to head from dublin to fremont to 62 5.18, not seen any major delays. you're traveling through livermore, pleasanton hayward, a law 80 in fremont also looks good for you this hour. and highway 4 as you're heading for any at one 60 to conquer to 42 a little under 14 minutes daryn. james, back to you. thank you, ray. >> so another big story that we're following this morning. the white mother of a biracial black daughter is accusing southwest airlines now of racial profiling. she was on a flight from san jose to denver and dan kerman has the details about what happened. >> the 10 year-old. >> curl in any situation, let alone when she's creating a sudden death in our family should not be subjected to this. >> mary mccarthy is talking about her 10 year-old daughter moira on october 22nd mccarthy and her daughter connected in san jose on their way to mccarthy's brother's funeral in denver. but as they exited the plane to denver. they were detained in the jetway by a
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southwest gate agent and 2 uniformed police officers. she film part of the encounter as are frightened daughter cried in the background. >> you tenants were just concerned about top of the when you board the aircraft over following up on or not says we're not expecting anything. >> but that's not entirely true. mccarthy obtained this police report which indicates a southwest flight attendant. contacted authorities believing mccarthy was involved in human trafficking. what was the supposed evidence, the flight attendant had. >> myatt about our behavior that she had said that. we didn't talk to each other throughout the state with that. and can tell that to me, right when people wearing masks. she said that i had forbidden the flight crew from speaking to my daughter, which it's simply not true because he says nothing in her or her daughter's behavior could lead one to believe. >> there is human trafficking going on. she believes this is blatant racism because she is one color and her daughter is
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another. >> southwest airlines. >> i want them to be held accountable. for having. profiled my family on that was justifiably worst day of my daughters like already due to having lost her in a statement southwest airlines says we're disheartened to learn of this mother's account. >> when traveling with their daughter. we are conducting a review of the situation internally and we will be reaching out to the customer to address her concerns and offer our apologies for her experience traveling with us. our employees undergo robust training and human trafficking above all, southwest airlines prides itself on providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for the millions of customers who travel with us each year. despite repeated attempts mccarthy has not heard from southwest airlines. now she and her lawyer. >> are considering filing a federal civil rights lawsuit. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> they had 5.21. is the time
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coming up after the break, we have an east bay photographer followed home and robbed. now talkers are demanding camera manufacturers add more security features 2 new cameras will explain.
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back at 5.24 photographers are now demanding that camera manufacturers install more
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safety features in their cameras. and this comes after a fremont man was robbed at gunpoint when he was followed home by thieves. the thieves recently followed him all the way from the marin headlands where he had been taking pictures. the man says the thieves were wearing face masks. and once he parked in his driveway. that's when they smashed the window of his vehicle took off with his camera bag and when he tried to stop them. that's when they pointed a gun at his face. well, now the victim and other photographers have started a petition demanding change from camera manufacturers. >> 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. yes, some of their suggestions in the petition include pass codes lens, pairing gps tracking. >> maybe even biometrics are remote disabling so that the equipment is rendered useless. if it's stolen so far, a couple 1000 people have signed
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that petition let you know if that grows. >> it's 5.25, and coming up next on the kron 4 morning news. we have some video that shows you just how fast former raider henry's. >> ruggs the for the football team is driving when he got into this deadly crash is not with the raiders anymore. from one moment to the next, our kids become the most important part of our lives. and even though the years pass, that never changes. we never stop worrying about them. that's why it's important to have health insurance. with covered california, we got a plan we could afford. it includes free preventive care, like cholesterol and blood-pressure checkups. because even though they grow up, they'll always be your baby.
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of the i hope this picks you up as much as it does me seeing the quay tower all lit up in the morning so much, joy and i shot it's the little things, james, i guess quick quick to our beautiful. don't get me wrong. well, i like a big like that will confirm that tam out tamp down shot signs that the that dress you up because it used to take used to take the eiffel tower. remember covid that i couldn't go to paris anymore and then i kind of and now it's basically you should you give a quick tower and i'm like, wow, haha. it doesn't take much these know. it doesn't take much fun. i would appreciate it if they put a graduated scale on coit tower like a thermometer. i think, and they could light it up depending on what the expected high for said that because i was to be that they're now where would it go if it was 0 at the bottom 100 at the top, john, where we thought we would need. john you know, would that they would need john, to tell them just how far up to light. it just point at that hour.
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>> hour. >> i'm to water tower impress status. that's how little love water towers. i i think that's great. to kind of but quite hour is the most pretty i agree. and looking again at coit tower. we are seeing some clearing conditions out there, especially along the coastline this morning. your morning hours are going to be our clearest time of day and quite our one of those signs of it later on today. we're going to see increasing cloud cover. we're already seeing some foggy conditions for inland valleys, especially out towards the central valley. some dense to leave. fog has formed in the central valley and that is resulting in some very low or disability. if you are heading that direction, little clear closer to the coastline. 50's and 60's for our daytime highs later today. right now it's 40's and 50's. so get outside with the sweater in the light jacket and that's something you'll probably be keeping close by even well into the afternoon. i'm talking our next chances of rain in your forecast ahead. first, though, let's go
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over to rain that was stated by 5 looks to me that we've got right next to you, jon. i enjoy that. >> tracking your morning commute for you on this friday. we would hope it would. it's friday light, but we are seen accidents out there. we had an early one along one o one that's been clear now this other northbound 87 just south of kerner avenue in san jose. but look at they fully we're not seeing much of a delay because of that accident. so things are still moving, although we are seen accident. the other vehicle fire on the san mateo bridge. that's right near the tolls. 92 westbound on that side. but your drive time is not change. so you're still a little under 30 minutes to make that commute headed into the city disabled vehicle. i saw 80 westbound as you're traveling right near that treasure island exit. but it looks like we're not seeing any delays from that a little under 9 minutes. and if you're heading out of richmond across towards center fell might take you a little under 8 minutes to make that drive. we're going continue morning commute. but for now, darya james, back to you. thanks. rain is 5.31 and a big story this morning. we have new video to show you.
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>> of the moments leading up to the crash. former raiders star henry ruggs the 3rd. he was driving a they 156 miles an hour, las vegas. we're also now hearing from a witness. >> who saw that crash. we've got victoria saw how with the story. >> this is video. 8 news now obtained from sky apartments near the scene of the crash. this is what driving at 156 miles per hour. looks like you can see just how fast henry ruggs was going based on the speed of the other cars around him. this very same complexes were alexander heart security for the night. police reports show he summer rugs his car drive by the complex just as you see in the surveillance video moments later he heard the crash and got in his security card. he tells police as soon as he got on scene, he notice rugs laying on the road. then heard screams coming from tina tintor, toyota rav 4. he jumped right into action to pull to enter out of her rav 4 as a burst into flames. but the smoke and
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heat from the flames was too intense. his security company says hart was declining on camera interviews but says he suffered something very traumatic and has angered by the details of this crash. another witness, tony rodriguez happened to be driving by. >> he stopped and grabbed 10 door to try to pull her out, but she was stuck. he also was overcome by the smoke and heat from the fire and had to back away as fire officials responded. they found to enter and her dog dead. >> rugs is due back in court on november. 10th will follow the story and keep you updated. >> 5.33. is a time in san francisco. police are investigating after 2 men were shot in the haight ashbury neighborhood. this is the scene afterwards. it tasted haight ashbury in the area of masonic avenue. one of those was shot died at the scene and the other went to a local hospital. people who are in that neighborhood say they're fed up with the violence. >> we have a number of
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witnesses that have given us information that a number of rounds were shot. this 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. >> that first shooting that he just reference happened about a block away on october 22nd and it was also in broad daylight bullets hit several cars and the window of the ritual coffee shop. one person was sent to the hospital in that case with life threatening injuries. and we don't have an update on their condition. >> well, the pittsburgh man and woman accused in a carmel rief appearance in a fairfield courtroom, jessica and marco will be arraigned next friday. prosecutors have charged jessica with killing 19 year-old leilani beauchamp. just because my brother marko faces charges of accessory to murder. >> i haven't received anything i believe they're innocent.
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>> yeah. the victim was reported missing saturday night after leaving a party in sacramento with 2 men. police have identified one of them is 20 year-old. juan parra-peralta an airman out of travis air force base but at this point, authorities say he is a witness, not a suspect. both shops. body was reportedly found at a home sunday in salinas. a family spokesperson says she was close with her family and was not the kind of person to put herself in harm's way. >> they're always in touch if not much. she was. she was a good kid. they're always like checking in and she's always check and say at this party or whatnot. so it makes it 10 times more shocking. they just want they just want they want justice. you know, we want justice for their daughter. >> about trump's family has identified leilani's body officials haven't revealed what the cause of death was. >> it's 5.35 an employee of the san jose police department who was arrested last month on suspicion of gun crimes was
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arrested again this week for possession of child dennis shevchenko worked as a civilian service officer for the police department. police say they discovered a photo and videos of child while they were looking over his electronic devices as part of the investigation into the gun crimes that they were investigating. and so now they're continuing their investigation. police say an sfpd officer. officer davin cole is accused of trying to burglarize a rite aid in sam a tail police got a call saying that somebody was trying to steal from this rite aid pharmacy. and when the cops showed up, they saw a man trying to run away. officers were able to catch an arrest him and he turned out to be an officer. 5.36. is the time in the south bay police are searching for a group of vandals who defaced los gatos high school.
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>> the vandals actually, you can see here they were spotted on the security video halloween night. they egged campus buildings. they also spray painted walls with racist and homophobic slurs. slurs. the principal of los gatos high school calls the ax hurtful and sad and he's hoping that the community comes forward now with any information on whoever did this. >> feels like a punch in the gut and a step or a huge step backwards. as for trying increasing, you know, address equity and inclusion and understanding and awareness and really sad and sad. i think we're always excited when you have a racist and homophobic that was pretty disgusting. >> it's unclear whether current or former students are behind this. but obviously the investigation hopefully will shed some light on that. >> 5.37. is the time and the buster posey era and the san francisco giants team anyways long on this is the day it starts a longtime catcher done. >> landing a fond farewell. he
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had his announcement yesterday at oracle park we're previewing it all morning yesterday. >> but while we're sad as baseball i just want to note that his era as a dad has just begun. but of course, he's probably waking up this morning duties like, you know, you're doing. but for longtime fans, you know, he's been the face of the franchise always behind home plate in some of the team's biggest moments. but like i said, he wants to spend time with his family now. and he also wants to let his body heal a little bit catching. >> that cap that positions are pretty tough on the body. >> 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
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for the giants are a smile, thank you. >> he's so young, by the way, is only 34. you know, i guess now the only people that are going to the bust or hug. his case. it's all for from 2 sets of twins and they might even, i guess, move back to georgia. that's where he's from. good luck to them. i wish them well. he deserves it. nothing but the best for you. buster. thank you for all the great memories 5.39. and still ahead, don't forget fall back. set the clocks back this weekend. >> and there's still debate going on about this daylight saving time think this dance that we do every year. we planned it. >> he had planned to take over the world. you would be speaking german you, you wouldn't be free. >> yeah. we're going to hear from an east bay veteran who served in world war 2 as we honor him ahead of veterans day. we'll be right back.
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>> 5.42 right now. and you know what, 5.42 doesn't matter. it doesn't matter what time it is because all of my watches don't work well. jewelry just costume jewelry. my watch works. but it's one of those that automatically switch warming because you have to do that this weekend. don't forget. >> daylight, saving ends saturday night into sunday. do not forget that george carlin say time is just nature's way of making sure that everything doesn't it all happen at once. that's right. so we it's artificial we're making it up, guys. >> but some people don't like
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that. we make it up. they don't like when we go flat and we go back in the 4th voters, if you may remember, approved a ballot measure 3 years ago to stop the practice. but as it turns out, proposition 7 itself. >> didn't go away with the time change. just gave the state legislature the power to decide to do it in the future so far happened. we have the power. >> we have sleep experts. we have some medical professionals who think we really need to go to standard time year-round. and then you have a lot of. >> parents in people who like evening activities who really want daylight savings time year round and authority we have as legislators, we have to get through with 2 thirds of the vote. >> okay. so. >> anyway, here's the deal. it doesn't matter because we have to send it back. that's the law. all right. now over to do it. if you don't fall back sunday morning. will you be late or legal work that our early to work monday, no problem. then whatever whatever it's we'll be right whatever it's we'll be right back. it's 5.43 right now.
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watch me! 46. and in this morning's tech smart samsung's new genes. >> have a special. because we need it these days, us smartphone pocket. you really that smartphones are getting bigger and pockets need to keep up. also, is it going to charge an may be rich. you are also takes a look at the top technology gifts for christmas. if you're interested. here's what's
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happening in the tech world. forget about blurring your background. microsoft's vision of video chatting in the future is way more virtual. >> the company is holding its annual ignite conference this week where shows off new tools for business and they're giving us a glimpse of their idea of the metaverse. the company unveiled mesh for microsoft teams which will enable all users to hang out and chat in virtual spaces without using a web cam. basically you choose an avatar for yourself and microsoft will animate it using your voice. the feature arrives next year. the holiday shopping season is pretty much upon us. so what will be the hottest gadgets to get the consumer technology association. the folks that put on c s every year say that tech spending will reach 142 billion dollars this holiday season, which is about a half a percent more than last year on average survey says folks plan to spend about $541 on tech gifts. as for the top items on wish lists number
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one smartphones that's followed by laptops. then wearables like smart watches, then tv's. and finally videogame consuls are tied with tablets and e-readers. samsung is selling a pair of jeans with a special pocket on the front that fits their foldable smartphone. the $1500 jeans are called the z flip pocket denim gone are the big bulky back pockets and in their place, a small square pocket on the leg. the doctor denim jeans are limited to a run of just 450 pairs in australia. the $1500 price. does include samsung's z flip 3 smartphone just don't watch these genes with the phone still in the pocket. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. all right. well, that was a that first of all, you can't buy jeans everywhere. and secondly, it's just it doesn't fit this phone. if it's only their phone and it's just a pocket is in charge. so once you buy the jeans now you have
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to get the phone to make that pocket makes sense. i think the phone came with a $1500. >> yeah, maybe right. what ok idea. i'm sold on the foldable phones yet, but we'll see. we'll see if the catch on with it. but i did like the avatars because we had a huge meeting yesterday like meeting station meeting and no one was there like, you know, we just had the show our right just our name. so in the future, we have a little guys. like that. you know, we'll see the future's going to get all kinds of virtual john. pajama sales are going go through the roof with you in your pajamas yesterday during that axle was still my work, ok. i was just very professionally that the 2 seconds i was on campaign the only one ice on camera. morning. john. good morning, guys. yeah, we are looking at a nice weekend to be getting out dressed in your follow best this weekend because even though we're not looking at rainfall. we're staying cool. >> and we're seeing a little bit on the cloudy side, too. this morning. we are looking at fog at the coastline, although we are for inland
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valleys right now across the bay area. we can see here in a second. we are looking at conditions out there that are clear and dry to kick off your weekend there you go. you can see just how clear it is above your berkeley hills cam currently and we are going to be seeing in radar here. some overall dry conditions for the bay area to our north. we do have showers that will barely be skirting the very northern edge of sonoma county this weekend really mostly along the north coast for humboldt mendocino counties where we can expect our weekend rainfall here in the bay area just an increase in cloud cover. it's foggy for inland valleys. just a little cloudy towards the coastline. fog and gray will hang out with us throughout the weekend during our morning hours. we're not going to be looking at rainfall this weekend, but we do have some on the way into early next week or next atmospheric river taking shape. nothing like the one that we had around 2 weeks ago that resulted in the day lose just a couple of weekends ago. but after a dry weekend sunday night. we'll start to see some
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moisture per approaching and then into monday. this is 09:00pm right here starting to see that rainfall making its way on into the bay. so it's going to be later into monday. tuesday itself is going to be the rainiest day. and you can see that moisture just searching right off shore. this rain plume just pushing right into the bay for tuesday of next week hanging out with this into very early wednesday morning. and then after that, we dry out weekend is dry heavy rainfall into early next week. today's daytime highs will be in the 60's. and a look ahead to next 7 days shows the highs won't leave the 60's. that's where we're going to stay. don't forget to adjust your clocks back saturday night before you go to bed monday night into tuesday will bring the heaviest of rain reyna found. thanks for that. hey, if you're waking up this morning, we do have an accident to tell you about. this one is in san francisco. >> southbound one. oh, one south of 80 west. so we are starting to see a slight delay along one oh, one as you're traveling there. but if you're heading from the east bay into the city. no major issues or delays. a little under 13 minute. have had a stalled
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vehicle there that is not affected drive times at all. so that's the good news heading across towards peninsula there. little under 14 minutes for you to make that drive. the richmond sandra fell commute a little under 8 and we'll leave you with a look at the golden gate bridge, about 20 minutes from the north bay into the city. darya james, back to you. thank you, ray. 5.51. and as we look forward to veterans day next week. we're putting a spotlight on the heroes who have served this country. yeah. preserving our freedoms. and this morning crowd forcefully to call shares the story. >> of 98 year-old jake larson and his faith veteran who served in world war 2. >> for jacob larsson. it has always been about god and country in december. 1989. this 98 year-old us army veteran has lived a secret to longevity is don't the retired staff sergeant sits down with us after speaking to the rotary club of pleasant hill
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recounting his decorated military service overseas going work to was but he survived and some 77 years after storming the beaches normandy, france on d-day. he remembers those with whom he served in the infantry division. i was overseas for 3 years. i we were the first troops over after >> the jeopardy hit pearl harbor. he says he has had numerous brushes with death yet he is still around to tell his story detail in his book titled the luckiest man in the world. we cleared hit but he had plans to take over the world. you would be speaking german now you you wouldn't be free. larson will serve as grand marshal for the rotary clubs. veterans day parade this year as he did in 2020 in honor. he cherishes. sadly, he says all of his army brothers and sisters from war have passed people. he thinks about often especially when he
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>> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news at 6. >> thanks for waking up with us at 6 o'clock on a which will be on monday. 05:00am okay. so yeah, i'm just trying to get myself warming up for this weekend with the time change all that. don't forget saturday night into sunday. got to roll those clocks. the clocks back get yourself an extra hour's sleep. it's our favorite time shift and long as we've got to keep doing a price will be our think you should really enjoy this weekend, too, because we've got another atmospheric river atmospheric river. i'm kind bracing for monday. morning, john, not to appear with this, but it's a nice moderate all right. so if there is be to be a scale of atmospheric river. yes, there are bike last. the last one was like a 4 or 5. this like a 2 or 3. okay.


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