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>> from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news. >> and good evening, everybody. welcome to kron. 4 news at 8. i'm pam moore and i'm ken when we start with breaking news out of milpitas for the great mall has been evacuated and locked down. we have a map of the area. this ael started about 5.30, this evening with reports of a knife fight. then there were reports of a shooting, but police apparently have not found any evidence yet of either force. gayle ong is live on the scene. she's been gathering more information tonight. they'll bring us up to date.
>> pam and ken is so about an hour ago is when people were starting to be let out of the mall and we want to show you that video right now. this is over by burlington coat factory where that incident reported first was reported to police around 5.30. that's where they'll be a speedy. got a call about someone brandishing a knife inside of burlington coat factory and that later on there was a reported shooting. but as you mentioned, there is no evidence that either happened or any victims in this case. but the mall was locked down for about an hour and we want to show you more video from earlier in the day where across for a viewer sent us video of police and riot gear storming of the mall. i did speak to an employee who said that mall security notified him and others that the mall is on lockdown and here is what he had to say about the situation. >> always really saw was just people running some sort people started closing up their doors. so i just went
outside security came in these to me that we have a shelter in so the first thing i really just i was a lock. the doors turn off lights get everyone to the to make sure they're away from the windows really. >> milpitas. police say that they have conducted their search inside the mall and are helping people who may have left things behind when they were on who may have left things behind during that chaos. right now. very quiet where i am. most of the police presence was over by where the burlington coat factory was. but it seems like that i did see i did get a chance to drive around the mall. and i did see people were being led out by each entrance. they were kind of going a counter-clockwise direction. that's the very latest from here live in ok to scale on kron 4 news. all right, gail, thank you for that. we're going to continue to follow this story all night long. but to get the latest updates sent straight to your phone. you can download our kron 4 app. >> just scan that qr code on your screen. we'll take you
straight to the app page. >> well, we want to check on the 4 zone. weather forecast a live look outside right now at sfo with things look pretty clear. meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez joins us with a look ahead because we've got the weekend on our side here. yeah. it is friday night after all. so tgif bay area. let's take a look at what we can expect. not just this weekend but early this upcoming week tracking our second atmospheric river in less than a month. we are seeing some high clouds overhead in the bay area. and dry conditions for the most part. but out in the pacific. we're going to keep an eye on our next storm and a possible atmosphere river influence thanks to that pineapple express. >> and even typhoon remnants, believe it or not, futurecast for though, could see some light scattered showers by saturday afternoon. for those of you in the north bay, specifically santa rosa. but really just bringing traces amount of rain. we're going to remain dry all weekend long until monday. that's when that storm door is going to reopen for us in the bay area
tracking light bands of rain arriving. for those of you in the north bay and then the wet weather set to arrive as that storm track shifts to the south and east for the rest of the bay area by monday night. that's when it's really going to peak intensity very unstable atmosphere could see a pop-up thunderstorm or 2 primarily for those of you in the north bay that was at wet weather is going to continue through early tuesday morning during the overnight hours until we start to notice light scattered showers by tuesday morning and afternoon drier conditions by tuesday night. so rain totals looking really impressive. not as strong as a last atmospheric river in october. but this one beneficial nonetheless, one to 2 inches for most of the bay area of to 4 inches. for those of you in the north bay and we are going to see, though, from now. until then, dry cool conditions right now already cooling down into the low to mid 50's and then we're going to continue to see winds out
of the west. so going to see at cool sea breeze and then by around the overnight hours, we're going to cool down even more. not as chilly as last night, though. thanks to that blanket of cloud cover overhead mid to upper 40's for the north bay valleys, santa rosa and napa. 46 to 49 degrees there. everyone else in the bay area pretty uniform numbers in the low to mid 50's and daytime highs tomorrow. about 3 to 5 degrees below average with napa cooling down to 59 degrees. and we're going to stay below average. most of this upcoming week until we warm up dry out and clear out a week from today with seasonal temperatures returning to the bay area. pam and ken, back to you. bree said thank you. well, tomorrow morning, the first 5 to 11 year-olds in marin county will be gettig their first dose of the pfizer covid vaccine county leaders spent the afternoon setting up a mass vaccination clinic at middle miller creek middle school. >> kron four's amanda hari is there now is just how many children health officials plan to vaccinate this weekend. amanda.
>> health officials tell me they'll be vaccinating 500 children each day. that's on saturday and sunday. they tell me they've been spending months preparing for all of this. and in just about 12 hours, those children will be lining up in this hallway behind me to get those vaccines. >> these vaccination slots filled up incredibly so there's a lot of demand and from the parents in marin county leaders in marin county transformed the miller creek middle school gymnasium. >> into a vaccine clinic ahead of one of the first pediatric vaccination clinics in the county. >> it takes a community and higher community to to this work public health preparedness program manager amber davis says for her. >> it's personal. it's a really is being a mother myself. i have a child of age now to get vaccinated. it's a really big deal. and she
wasn't the only parent excited about the vaccine clinic. all 1000 spots to vaccinate 5 to 11 year-olds this weekend. >> filled up in less than 10 minutes was ticketmaster concert p people were really clamoring. >> to get their children, these appointments davis as more appointments will become available, but it will take time. it's currently a slow rollout of vaccine coming into the county. she says they can't use the same supply. they have for people over the age 12. that's because children 5 to 11 will be getting one 3rd dose adolescents and adults receive. >> it's different amount for that owes its a different amount of tell you and and it's also different supplies. but county leaders are working to get every child that's eligible and wants a shot that acts an aide patrick mcloughlin. but the marin county office of education. >> says they're strategically setting up these clinics throughout the county. we have kind of a northern marion county, which will be out the about a high school we have. this is. >> kind of our central
location. >> and then we have a southern marin county location at strawberry points. >> the vaccination clinic will be from 9 to 5. both saturday and sunday. all the kids to get vaccinated here this weekend will be booked for their second vaccination right back here. the first week of december live in moraine county. amanda hari kron 4 news, a man with such strong demand. the appointments filling up so fast to health leaders have any idea when all the kids will be able to be vaccinated and do they have enough doses. >> they say they're getting more supply. every single day and they'll be opening up more appointments. >> they say they hope they get all 5 to 11 year-olds who want to be vaccinated, their first dose by the end of november. so hopefully they'll have their second dose by the new year. >> all right, amanda, thank you for that live report for us tonight. approval of the pediatric dose of pfizer's
covid vaccine is also allowing the contra costa county public health department to administer the shot. and a day earlier than planned contra. costa health services says all 410 appointments available at its 3 locations offering the shot are booked this weekend. this week, health services and all other public and private health care providers in the county. total of 20,000 doses and more are expected in the coming weeks for young children and their parents. >> the first step to normal. >> we're just going to have comfort sending her to school. >> in addition to the concrete location, the contra costa county is offering the pediatric dose by appointment only at the richmond auditorium and the reed is community center in antioch tuesdays through saturdays. >> as for the remaining bay area counties. here's what's going on. napa county will open up a clinic in about 10 days on november 15th alameda county's planning for a clinic about the same time but has not yet set an exact date.
sonoma county will not be hosting one big clinic site, but instead will be doing individual vaccination sessions at different schools. those will start on tuesday and solano county has not yet set a date for its clinic. besides these county run locations. the doses will also be available at pharmacies and pediatrician offices throughout the bay area for concerned parents with questions about covid vaccinations for young children. a pair of doctors at sutter health provided some answers kron four's haaziq mod-yoon reports. >> so one of the other big questions we're hearing whether or not my child's to get vaccinated if they've had covid. and the answer to that question is yes, sutter health pediatricians doctors. stephanie chang and judith valero answer some of the pressing questions concerned. parents have now that the cdc approved vaccinating 5 to 11 year-old children against covid-19 like what's the size of the recommended dosage for
children that is that eye to when look our one 3rd it so the other question i'm hearing is whether or not. >> it is it is safe for my kid to get the covid vaccine. if i have food allergies or other types of allergies and the answer to that question is yes, it is ok, parents are also interested in the known side effects in the younger age groups what was in light of the 16 year-old. >> which is the vaccine related. hands. it's a very, that happens. is the issue with the heart muscles being. inflamed and also but also lining of the heart well. >> once said that it's very rare. it's 2.1, 3 cases for every hundred-thousand vaccinated. >> cases is it ok to schedule appointments for the covid vaccine and the flu vaccine on
the same day. and the answer to that is yes, it is ok and safe to be giving multiple vaccines with the covid vaccine. >> both doctors agree that the covid-19 vaccine is safe for children. we know that the vaccines are safe. those steps were skipped and the development of the vaccines. >> we now have enough data to know that the benefits far outweigh the risks would recommend it to only 5 to 10 you can log on to the my turn. california website for information on where you can find vaccination sites for children in your area. >> zeke might kron 4 news despite the growing number of vaccinated young people. the coronavirus is still seriously affecting college sports. >> several cal football players will be forced to miss tomorrow's game against arizona because they are under covid protocol. the school will not say how many players are affected or whether the players tested positive for covid kells director of athletics said, quote, even
with 99% of their football student athletes fully vaccinated. they have seen that breakthrough cases are still possible. >> stay with kron 4 for the latest covid information that includes finding the vaccine for children and information on a possible nasal vaccine. you can scan this qr code on your screen. it will take you straight to the special section on our website. that's at kron. 4 dot com. coming up on kron 4 news at 8 to news. costco is a step closer to coming to the south bay the stores. it would the replacing. >> pfizer could begin offering its covid vaccine as a pill. how effective it has been a recent studies. >> and new developments in the san francisco police offer officer accused of trying to rob a rite aid pharmacy on the peninsula. the departme
>> in the south bay plans are moving forward to bring another costco to san jose. the retailer has now submitted an application to the city to begin construction on the new warehouse. pascoe says that it will work with the city to meet all deadlines and paperwork requirements needed before construction begins last month san jose vice mayor chappie jones inform residents who live in district one about the plans coming to the west gate west a shopping center. and you can see. that the area we have them at know this that
we don't have the map, but anyway, the store will be located at the corner of prospect road and saratoga avenue. it would. >> the place sealed orchard supply hardware store along with the current ethan allen, a goodwill store and the smart and final buildings. there is no immediate word on when the new warehouse is set to open. >> for your money tonight, be prepared to pay a little bit more this holiday season for a lot of different things. the average cost of gasoline in california is now more than $4.60, a gallon farm bureau is reporting a rise in the cost of your thanksgiving dinner. the bay area has some of the most expensive gas in the country was regular averaging about 4.80, a gallon and with the thanksgiving holiday just a few weeks away. not only will americans pay more for gas this holiday season. but the meal itself will be more expensive. according to the bureau of labor statistics. the cost of things such as meat fish, eggs and poultry is gone up by about 10 and a half percent this fall. that means higher prices for turkey and all the thanksgiving fixings.
>> turkeys are fed mostly on in the price of corn has doubled in the past year. so that means that to bring in full brunt out its. and so it's ready for your thanksgiving dinner plate. it costs farmers. much more than it previously. >> that is in addition to a nationwide labor shortage, transportation issues and overall inflation is just driving the prices up right now says that even though prices will be higher. the supply should be there. if consumers are willing to shop around. >> the faa is now turning over information about unruly passengers to the fbi. it is all part of a new protocol. so far the faa has suffered more than 3 dozen people to federal agents. it is the result of a new information-sharing practice designed to help crack down on patients who get out of line on airplanes. it could lead to harsher penalties. there have been more than 5,000 complaints
about unruly passengers. so far this year and fines could go up to as much as $37,000 depending on the severity of the incident. 4 zone forecast with a live look at the golden gate bridge on this friday night. pretty peaceful and meteorologista recent rout biggest this year. she's taking a look at the sierra forecast. a lot of people might head toward the snow. yeah, that's right. tracking rain and snow showers. thip weekend and early this upcoming week as well. it's friday after also a lot of you looking to get away to this year. this weekend. >> live look outside san francisco international airport high clouds overhead and that blanket of cloud cover going to hang tight even through the 1st half of the weekend. also noticing cloudy conditions for those of you at south lake tahoe, dry, at least for the moment. but we could see some scattered showers during the overnight hours with the rain and snow showers returning for this year. early saturday afternoon through the early evening hours. we could pick up upwards of 4 inches of fresh powder throughout the highest
peaks. but throughout the lake level. about half an inch of rain or less and gusty winds as well through 6 o'clock saturday morning. we could see gusts upwards of 40 miles per hour. increasing wave heights throughout the eastern portions of south lake tahoe by 2 to 4 feet. and let's take a look at tomorrow's forecast. noticeably cooler than today. today we were in the 50's tomorrow. cooling down into the upper 40's and then that cool air mass is going to continue on sunday with temperatures cooling down into the mid 40's. and we're going to see that mixture of rain and snow showers with the atmospheric river making its presence known in the sierra by around monday night temperatures out there right now for us in the bay area widespread mid to upper 50's alameda 59 degrees. 57 degrees for those of you in downtown san francisco and nevado napa, though, and the late currently at 56 degrees in daytime highs tomorrow we're going to be 3 to 5 degrees below average. our inland valley should be warming up into the low 70's
instead of mid 60's with mid 60's along the coast as well with the exception of half moon bay 61 degrees napa in the upper 50's and tracking that atmospheric river returning by monday into tuesday. one to 2 inches of rain for most of the bay area i am so excited about that because we still do need it. yeah. i we need some more atmospheric cells right in the coming months. yeah. all right. thank every cent. >> but what could be a game changer in the fight against covid may be just around the corner. pfizer says it is experimental pill reduces the risk of hospitalization and death from covid-19 kron four's rob fladeboe explains. >> pfizer on friday said its experimental antiviral pill for covid-19 cuts rates of hospitalization and death by nearly 90% in high-risk adults and we'll be asking the fda to authorize is pill. as soon as possible. we very to report today. >> the first. in 4 protease
which is a medecine taking us for 5 days and you it gets one of the critical component to virus and the availability of pills to treat early covid-19 would be a significant advance in the battle with the coronavirus stanford university infectious diseases. professor doctor katherine bliss shut weren't really think about the use for this is immunocompromised. people. >> you don't develop a good immune response to the vaccine and are left and somewhat vulnerable despite vaccinations. and that's where a pill like this could. >> truly be game changing in tests trials patients with covid symptoms. to receive pfizer's pill had an 89% reduction in their combined rate of hospitalizations or death after a month. but the pill is not a substitute for the current vaccine says doctor bullish. it is a great
ad just to the vaccination that we have. but i want to be clear that it only works if it's taken very quickly within diagnosis. >> so they're going to be delivery problems. there's going to be all sorts of issues and making sure we can get it to people in time in the race for an easy to use medication to treat the virus competitor. merck's covid-19 pill is already under review at the fda after showing strong results. >> the goal is to produce a pill that could be obtained at local pharmacies speed recovery and keep people out of the hospital. i think it is. >> one of the biggest medical a or being a drug, are all of you in a long, long time was pfizer applies for approval. >> the fda could make a decision within weeks or months in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. still ahead on kron 4 news at a neighbors and workers and a popular san francisco neighborhood are rattled and worried after some recent shootings. >> what they're doing to try to address the violence there.
before and after arbery was shot and killed father and son greg and travis mcmichael and their neighbor. william bryan are all accused in arbery's murder from last year. video of that incident surface. 2 months later, sparking widespread outrage and demonstrations prosecutors show that video with the moments leading up to and including arbery's killing the defendant's claim that they thought he was a robbery suspect prosecutors said the defendants were making an assumption. officials say the trial could last for 2 weeks or more even if the defendants are acquitted, they still face federal hate crime charges. and with that trial set to begin next february in wisconsin. the prosecution in the kyle rittenhouse trial continued to call witnesses today. authorities say rittenhouse killed 2 men and wounded a 3rd during demonstrations in kenosha last year. today, prosecutors called former marine jason last koski to the stand as
koski among a group of armed civilians. many carrying semiautomatic rifles with the stated goal of protecting life and property. he was asked his impression of one of the victims joseph rose involved the night that he was allegedly killed by rittenhouse. >> did you consider him a threat now. did you feel that he posed any danger to you or anyone else did you ever see him. physically harm anyone. no. >> attorneys for rittenhouse are trying to prove that he did take action in self-defense. the prosecution says it expects to rest its case on tuesday. >> coming up, the state of the economy. now in focus with the higher than expected. october jobs report. what the president is saying about the ongoing economic recovery and here in the bay area why merchants in san francisco neighborhood are pretty rattled tonight. plus, paying
>> we have some breaking news to tell you about at this hour coming out of washington, dc this is a live picture of the house of representatives tonight. of course, back in washington. it is 11 30 at night. and we're just getting word from the associated press that the house of representatives has given final congressional. okay. its
approval to that bipartisan. 1 trillion dollar infrastructure bill that had been voted on republicans and democrats supporting this measure. it deals with roads, traditional infrastructure issues in the nation shovels in the ground into a building roads and that kind of thing. the house passed a measure, 228 to 206. the bigger question is what's going to happen to the other measure. a 10 year, 1.8 5. >> trillion dollar measure that would help. but with health care, family and climate change programs that has been sidetracked after moderates demanded a cost estimate on that measure of the congressional budget office that is being put off until later this month. and of course, the progressives in the democratic party had been battling more or less with the moderates over the future of that particular bill that dealt with, as ken said, a lot of the social issues that the progressives are pushing that bill now will be, as ken said again, pushed off for a vote later this is an important victory for president biden tonight. who? >> at hope to have at least
one of these bills passed before he left to go to the g 20 meeting. nonetheless, he does get at least a victory on this one, dale tonight. they will continue to have coverage and bring you more throughout the evening. on to other news now. residents and merchants along san francisco's haight street are rattled about 2 shootings with 3 victims in just over 2 weeks on that world famous one man was killed. another was wounded in a shooting yesterday at hate and masonic. >> another person was critically injured just a block away on october 22nd kron four's maureen kelly has new information on the man who was killed. >> there's a growing memorial of candles and flowers here on haight street near masonic avenue with a double shooting took place. there are many stuffed animals left behind for the young man who was killed he's been identified by the medical examiner's office as 21 year-old samuel jessup of san francisco police kept a visible presence nearby. many merchants did not want to go
on camera. at least one saying they were scared to talk publicly yeah. i was alone a spray and i heard. >> these things i thought were fireworks but told everyone it's gunshots. nathan. it was all day says he's been hanging out in the haight a long time is still rattled by what he heard and saw thursday. i alreada guns could do. but like scene. the scene, the one person on the ground and one person that. >> you know, like the ambulance and the police and everything. and just hurt my feelings. and i know is i just don't know how to dealing with the shooting happened at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. a second man was also shot and hospitalized. it's disturbing for residents, especially since this comes on the heels of another brazen daylight shooting on october 22nd one block away on the corner of haight and central. one person was sent to the hospital with life threatening injuries. >> bullet shattered the window of the ritual coffee shop and hit several cars. those who live and work nearby say they
are shocked. this frightening this frightening and it kind of jay z and on that we're all experiencing because we've got the covid we've got this. we've got that. >> and then when you presley lose somebody on your street are next to you. is frightening. >> the haight street merchants association is holding a special meeting in the wake of this violence, its president saying one shooting in this neighborhood is disturbing multiple shootings even more so maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> a san francisco police sergeant must go to rehab. that's after he was arrested for allegedly robbing a san mateo pharmacy, san mateo police say that it was about 6 o'clock on wednesday night when officers were called to about a robbery at a rite aid store. they say they encountered the suspect just outside the store. sergeant devan cole, a 27 year veteran of the san francisco police force was arrested for robbery and resisting arrest. cole's attorney says the incident
stems from his clients ongoing secret addition to opioids. >> they were doing some what they call non bite work and as he put it, one of the dogs did not get the memo and the dog bit him through the cast and incredibly painful injury that required a long rehabilitation he was prescribed prescription painkillers in large doses. >> if the evidence lines up and charges are filed against coal. those circumstances could have an effect on his ultimate sentencing not our 4 zone forecast step outside and see what surprises us on the camera lens. there it is. it's the bay bridge toll plaza and the traffic is. still pretty strong, but it's a lot less than what we saw about an hour ago when everybody seemed coming into the city coming to the city, probably going to the game. one thing meteorologista reason revenue kuz's here. we head into the weekend. a lot of people want to know what to expect. yeah' we're tracking a drier forecast this weekend. still going to be on the cool side
and we're going to track that high cloud cover hanging tight at least through the 1st half of the weekend with our next atmospheric river off the coast going to make its way inland by monday night. but from now until then. >> very dry conditions for the bay area could see some light scattered showers, though in the north bay by around your new lunchtime hour on saturday. and it's mainly just going to hover over the north as it quickly passes just traces amount of rain if any dry for everyone else in the bay area and then we're going to notice better clearing for the 2nd half of your weekend. but taking a sneak peek at your microclimate saturday out, low temperatures going to remain on the cooler side. about 3 to 5 degrees below average with downtown san francisco and the mission district warming up into the mid 60's. going to see some breezy winds along the san francisco peninsula 20 miles per hour. less of daly city in half moon bay in the low 60's their brisbane warming up to 63 degrees. but burlingame in millbrae 62 degrees for your
saturday afternoon highs redwood city, and mountain view mid 60's there and even for those of you in the south bay pretty uniform. number. san jose 67 degrees. santa clara few degrees. cooler at 64 degrees should be in the mitt low 70's. for those of you in our inland valleys in the east bay. but livermore 66 degrees with those below average temperatures continuing for concord and walnut creek are into those 62 degrees with berkeley in the mid 60's and napa 59 degrees. so it is going to be a chilly start to your weekend and those of you at stinson beach. also in the upper 50's. taking a look ahead at your next 7 day outlook. don't forget, it is the end of daylight saving time. so we're going to fall back whenever, but at least gain an hour of sleep. back to you, ken and pam. >> thank you. employers picked up the pace of their hiring last month adding more than 530,000 jobs last month. the effects of covid-19 are still causing some supply shortages and rising inflation. but the
president says the new report shows the country is continuing to recover at a record pace. the president largely credits his covid relief bill and vaccination program as do fellow democrats, republicans agree the new numbers are good for the country, but ken, the progress on the previous administration. >> under trump. we didn't. we have more jobs and people because everybody is working now under biden. we get more jobs and people because people are sitting on the couch when for the next paycheck. >> house republican leader kevin mccarthy says the new jobs undercut the president's push for his social safety net and climate change policies. >> still ahead, we will take you to atlanta to check out the championship parade for the braves.
>> beneath that glossy exterior of warriors statesman was one of the gentlest and most decent people any of us will ever meet as i to know him, i came to view colin powell as a figure who almost transcended time for his virtues were home merit honesty dignity loyalty and an unshakable commitment to his calling and word. >> today. hundreds of people gather to honor the life and the legacy and contributions of general colin pile. they were paying tribute to a true trailblazer. colin powell broke ground as a soldier and
as a diplomat, he rose from humble beginnings in bronx, new york to become the first black chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. and later as this country's first black secretary of sate. >> the funeral drew dignitaries and friends from across a wide political and military spectrum. they include former presidents george w bush and barack obama. former secretary of state james baker also connelly some rice and hillary clinton among others. how died on october 18th due to complications from covid-19 at the age of 84 he had been vaccinated against coronavirus but his family said his immune system been compromised by blood cancer. what she had been undergoing treatment. >> coming up. if you have not started your holiday shopping yet you may want to get started as soon as possible. consumer experts will tell you where to find the best deals. >> packers quarterback aaron rodgers under fire for defending his decision not to get vaccinated and his deceptive comments about being
>> tonight. we're learning more about the former las vegas raider henry ruggs, the 3rd and the conditions of his house arrest as he awaits trial. wreg's is being tested for alcohol 4 times a day while on house arrest. he's accused of driving a 156 miles an hour before crashing his car and killing another driver and her dog in court on
wednesday. rugs was sitting in a wheelchair with a neck. brace while he is on currently on under a court order. house arrest. he apparently cannot wear an ankle bracelet because of his injuries. >> the city of atlanta celebrating the big world series win by the braves with parades and concerts and festivities. the braves defeated the houston astros to take the title in game 6 championship parade kicked off at noon in downtown atlanta and shifted to truist park in cobb county. >> reporter arches has more. with reaction from brings fans. >> inside your choice on energy is electric contagious. the atlanta braves the bonds of friendship. series of city.
one game just a really exciting moment for many the world series championship boils down to the fore fun fans, food and braves frenzy a lot i guess i wasn't >> we have an >> race. fans say with the world series win this year. they hope for a repeat next season. >> brace for the big georgia governor brian kemp atlanta raised a
>> and now kron 4 sports from the 18 t fiber sports desk. >> packers quarterback aaron rodgers was already in hot water after testing positive for covid-19 while unvaccinated now that water is scalding hot today. rogers, one of the pat mcafee show defending his decision not to get the shot and his comment previously telling the press that he was immunized. let's take a listen. >> and i go back to like these 2 questions for you know, for this mob like. number one. if the vaccine is so great. and how can people are still getting covid and spreading covid. and unfortunately dying from covid. and i consulted with and now good friend of mine, joe rogan. after he covid and i've been doing. a lot of the stuff that he recommended in his pod casts
and you know, on the phone to me and i'm going to have the best immunity possible. now. >> rogers said that he believes he caught the virus from someone who was vaccinated and that the idea that this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated is a total lie, in his words, he faced intense scrutiny for saying in an interview this summer that he was immunize leading many to believe he had received the shot when he was in fact unvaccinated rogers has to quarantine at least 10 days. packer second-year qb jordan love will earn his first ever nfl start on sunday. back here at home, 49 er star tight end. george kittle is back and ready for action. today. head coach kyle shanahan said kittle should be a go for the 49 ers matchup against the arizona cardinals. kittle is missed the last 3 weeks with a calf strain. kendall told the media yesterday, quote, i love football playing football is really fun. and i miss my friends and quote, wholesome to see his big personality should bring a big boost to the forty-niners offense to which has struggled last
several games up until the 2nd half of the chicago bears game. at least the niners. so sort of vision rivals at levi stadium on sunday at one. 25. one of baseball's most beloved managers will be staying in h town. the houston astros have signed dusty baker to one year deal that will bring him back to manage in 2022 the 72 year-old will make another run in the world series with the stros after falling just short in 2021 baker is a northern california native and former giants manager who was beloved at the time. he has never won a world series title, though, as a manager. that's it for sports. kr
>> world. famous athlete getting ready for a big performance just outside cleveland. there he is. he doesn't have 2 legs. as for his name is benny the skating dog. he's a lab and his stage is an ice rink and he is a rescue dog described as as you can see, having lots of energy. let's do tricks doesn't mind others lacing up his skates. a former figure skater help teach him how to do this looks more like a hockey player. now many is helping teach children good for as 2. the biggest shopping day of the year is supposed to take place in just 3 weeks. but the black friday deals. >> they're already here at consumer experts are suggesting that shoppers take the hint and start their holiday shopping as early as possible. reporter. katrina kincade has more on the deal as you can look forward to this season and went to take advantage of them.
>> many of the black friday retailers like walmart are starting black friday early in anticipation of supply chain issues. will you be shopping early and all that. yes. so there are also anticipating labor shortages during the holiday shopping season. just like many retailers. so wal-mart started there in person. black friday deals early this morning. other retailers like target amazon and best buy are also offering early black friday deals. but in waves. well, i think if you want to get good that you need. you need to go because if you don't want to get it because stuff sitting in the harbor truck drivers. so. >> you have to separate you get what you want with according to software company clay vo retail companies are sending shoppers 12 times as many black friday ads compared to last year in an effort to get you to buy early everybody is going to go shopping just go, ali, because it's better. >> adobe says deals might not be as big this year as well because retailers can't get the same amount of inventory this year due to supply chain
issues last year they tracked discounts to be between 1030% off. but this year it's between 5.25% off. so if you're shopping for holiday gifts shop early and shop fast. >> and that was katrina kincade reporting and that wraps up kron 4 news tonight at 8 o'clock primetime news continues at the top of the hour was grant lotus i'm catherine heenan. a low happy friday. thank a lot. coming up tonight on kron, 4 news at 9. we continue to follow the latest developments. >> in the where the great mall was locked down and see the scene here. we're hearing from people tonight who work inside the mall when suddenly was vacuated. also as children begin getting their first dose of the covid vaccine. doctors are getting increasingly worried about the adults. >> not choosing to go get their booster shots by they fear that could lead to another post holiday surge. those stories and more coming up on kron 4 news at 9.
>> from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news. >> and that breaking news out of milpitas, a chaotic scene at the great mall on this friday night after a report of a knife fight and shooting. >> but police did not find any evidence of that. the shopping center is evacuated and lockdown. good evening, everybody. thanks for being with us tonight on kron 4 news at 9, i'm grant lotus and i'm catherine heenan in for vicki liviakis tonight. >> we'll show you a map of the area and kron four's gayle ong is live outside the great mall. and gail, what do we know tonight. >> captain in grant, we know that 3 people have been detained in connection to a fight that broke out noah the chaos was due to 2 separate calls that occurred and police responded to the first was a