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>> 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
reported stabbing in this near the food court area at the great mall and the second a reported shooting inside burlingame coat where i'm standing. this is where all that chaos happened. we want to get to some video what it looked like earlier this was around 7.30 around 7 o'clock just as white when police were letting people out of the mall because the shoot the reported shooting did prompt a lockdown where people have to shelter in place so we want that video you're seeing right now is people leaving the mall for the first time and that process took a while it it ended. it may be of around 7.30. is what police say. and we want to show you another video kron 4 viewer sent to us. and that is the heavy police presence right around when the calls came in around right before 5.30. that's when the police say they got the first call about a reported fight. then that had knives involved and police did detain 2 to 3 people related to that
knife fight their ages and genders not released at this time. but police say no one was hurt from any of the calls they responded to. and here is the latest from milpitas police and then you'll hear from an employee who was working at the mall during that time. >> during the course of our investigation, we found no evidence of a shooting. we found nothing inside of the store that indicated that a shooting had occurred there. we did not locate any victims of the shooting during a search of the interior of the entire mall and we have not had any reports of any shooting victims at any local hospitals. all ice really saw was just people running some eyesore. >> 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 the lights. get everyone to the to make sure they're away from the windows really. >> police say that the great mall and the individual stores
have their own protocols. they follow during an active shooter investigation that employee says he wasn't particularly train for that. but that was just that he was notified by mall security to shelter in place so he saw others were locking the doors and running inside. he was wanted to keep customers and workers back here live at the mall. it's very quiet at the mall closes around this time. but that employee told me that they were closing early due to the incident and the vta light rail system did suspend service at the great mall stop, but they have since resumed normal service live he to scale long. kron 4 news tokyo. no evidence of a shooting, but people are in custody. >> there was an actual knife fight. was anyone hurt? you know about that. >> yeah, at this point will be just police say they're still investigating that part of the call. and right now they have about 2 to 3 people who were detained and they're just trying to figure out trying to interview them. they have them in custody to figure out if
they were connected to the second call. yeah. as of right now, we had no injuries. no one was reported hurt. there's no shooting victims found in hospitals. this whole lockdown, it definitely out of an abundance of caution, grant. >> all right. gail, get along reporting for us live. thank you, gayle. >> and we'll continue, of course, to follow the story all night as we learn more information head to get the latest updates sent straight to your phone. be sure to download the kron 4 app to scan the qr code there on your screen that will take you directly to the at page. >> a san francisco police sergeant is off the job tonight and entering rehab. according to his attorney, this after being accused of robbing a san mateo pharmacy while off duty. investigators say when police showed up the man tried to run away, but they did manage to catch him and arrest him. kron four's dan kerman has that story. >> it was at the san mateo rite aid where police were called wednesday evening on reports of a robbery in
progress. police say they captured the suspect outside the store despite his attempt to flee the scene. we get a phone call us 2 police officers. >> get out there quick fashion and they're able to apprehend a suspect while he still on scene. >> it turns out the suspect arrested for robbery and resisting arrest is san francisco police sergeant devan cole. this is video of them shot during a 2016 interview. a man has been a police officer for 27 years served with distinction in a real professional. >> he's also a devoted husband and a loving father. and so he has played all of those roles throughout his life with sort of secret addiction that has corroded his life from the inside out. >> cole's attorney says the incident stems from his clients addiction to opioids a condition that began after a police dog bit through his calf during a training exercise back in 2010 keep getting into used painkillers.
then. >> and it remained painkiller use or throughout if the evidence lines up in charges are filed against cole. >> prosecutors say those circumstances should not have an impact on his prosecution, but it could. and his ultimate sentencing while there needs to be even and justice. >> there also needs to be the effort to this unique person in this unique case. what's unique an appropriate punishment. so yeah, very important. san francisco police to put coal on unpaid administrative leave pending an investigation. >> cole's attorney says his client has now entered rehab and prosecutors are reviewing the case if they decide to charge cole could appear in court by the 18th of this month. in san mateo. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> new at 9 and happening soon. the city of alameda will be sending health professionals and paramedics to mental health calls. that's part of a regional push that
we have been seeing to divert the work away from police to these mental health professionals are also the money live with us in studio. >> what sort of changes to expect to come with this move. >> so 911, dispatchers are now trying to determine what is the most appropriate response when they get a call of an emergency specifically for a mental health breakdown. so traditionally police lead the response to every call and they are the ones to enforce what's called 5150's or psychiatric holds for someone who is either a danger to themselves or to others. well, now dispatch will have the option to send out the alameda fire department accompanied by mental health professionals either by phone or in person and then they can enforce a 5150, if need be. this is a pilot program that will run for 2 years. 12 licensed social workers will be on call 24 7 and they are employed by alameda family services. that's a group that's been working in the community since 1969 the social workers are trained in de-escalation and what's called a trauma informed. rip approach.
>> response is the understanding that a person's behavior. is often a response to a traumatic event that has happened in their pants and their pastor multiple traumatic events that have happened in their past. >> and so they may be experiencing a crisis which looks like aggression where it looks like something that you know, it may be a mask or may be covering up underlying and you should. that's a response to >> so case managers with alameda family services will be following up as well to make sure that the person in need is connected with the right resources to prevent another mental health episode. the pilot program is launching at the end of either this december or the beginning of next year and catherine grant. it's important to note that there will still be some situations in which police do respond first, whether it's a call from inside of a building that they will walk in, make sure everything is safe for the clinicians and to come in because thank thanks o.
>> now to our 4 zone forecast on this friday night taking a live look over downtown san francisco. >> time to say cheers to the weekend. yes, we made it meteorologista recent 100 us. joining us now with a look at what we can expect for. >> saturday and sunday. yet tgif bay area. the weekend is upon us. let's take a look right now. downtown san francisco. we are tracking some high clouds overhead and that stubborn marine layer going to hang tight even through the 1st half of the weekend with more rain. we're tracking a weak to moderate atmosphere river set to make its way into the bay area as early as wednesday. at monday afternoon. for those of you in the north bay monday night for the rest of the bay area. so let's track all this wet weather heading our way going to start out with some light scattered showers for those of you in santa rosa. really just races amount of rain by saturday afternoon drying out in clearing out by sunday and then monday. we're going to
see that storm cloud cover increase and then light bands of rain, arriving early for your monday evening. for those of you in santa rosa still dry for the rest of the bay area and it's going to intensify by monday night peaking during the overnight hours through early tuesday morning. but this is going to have a very unstable atmosphere with it where we could actually see some pop-up thunderstorm or 2 primarily for those of you in the north bay monday night by around early tuesday morning. light scattered showers as that storm starts to exit to the south and east drying out and then eventually clearing out by tuesday night. also tracking some much needed rain and snow showers in this as well. rain totals with this upcoming system. very impressive. not going to be as strong or as intense as our october atmospheric river. but beneficial rain heading our way. we're going to see upwards of 4 inches for the north bay, including our local mountains there. rest of the bay area anywhere from one to
2 inches of wet weather when it's all said and done in temperatures out there right now mid to upper 50's right now conquered 58 degrees. santa rosa cooling down to 53 degrees. so pretty uniform numbers out there and also wind speeds on the calm side but still tracking a little bit of a light sea breeze along the san francisco peninsula coastline with overnight lows tonight, a little bit warmer thanks to that blanket of cloud cover overhead still going to remain in the mid to upper 40's for santa rosa and napa. everyone else in the mid-fifties with temperatures tomorrow. about 3 to 5 degrees below average downtown san francisco 64 degrees fremont and livermore at 66 degrees. napa, though, one of the coolest cities at 59 degrees but pretty pleasant temperatures for those of you in san jose at 67 degrees and then we're going to notice warming and drying trend by the end of next week or week from today back in the low 70's for inland valleys and it looks like it's going to be a drier outlook next week after
the atmospheric river exits on tuesday. so give us some time for the ground to settle after that rain that, you know, i love hearing atmospheric rivers coming into the bay area. what a great start to our wet season. welcome. all rivers let's keep them coming. but you know. >> at base, base them out. yeah. let the ground settle a little bit. the breeze. thanks, well, another reminder daylight saving time does. and this weekend will roll our clocks back one hour. >> happening despite the approval of a 2018 ballot measure to stop the practice that is because prop 7 itself didn't do away with the time change. it gave the state legislature the power to do it. and so far that has not happened on the bright side. we get an extra hour of sleep. that's pretty much always a good thing. >> there is growing concern that fewer people are going to get their covid booster shots than what officials had anticipated an la times report
says fewer people are going back for that additional booster dose. and it is, of course, a particularly a concern for groups, including the elderly people with weakened immune systems and kron four's dan thorn, talk to the local health expert. a number of them. >> about the slow demand. he joins us live in the newsroom. it seems to be surprising health officials a little bit down. absolutely surprising and concerning low rate in uptake is actually alarming for doctors as we get closer to the holidays. there have been warnings about vaccine immunity waning after 6 months in. >> seniors in the immunocompromised with the first to get their shots nearly a year ago and without a those groups are at risk of potentially getting severely ill. >> numbers from the california department of public health show fewer people than expected are getting covid-19 booster shots. the surprisingly slow demand is alarming for health officials are really disappointed that people are availing themselves of something that's going to offer them furthpr protection.
doctor john swartzberg with uc berkeley's school of public health is particularly concerned for the elderly and the immunocompromised, those groups who are likely more than 6 months removed from their first doses of the vaccine are not as protected as they could be. those groups are also at the highest risk of getting severely ill or dying from breakthrough infections. the thanksgiving and christmas holidays are quickly approaching which presents another set of worries as people will gather with their families. every bay area county today showing an increase in the number of cases averaged over the last 2 weeks. so we're going in the wrong direction. and this is before the holidays can seniors are being urged by public health officials to get their boosters as soon as possible. >> an la times report shows just 20% of san francisco's eligible seniors have received an additional dose health experts warn that time is now to get a booster shot to avoid risk of exposure. >> we need to make sure that people who are high risk
yourself up maximum protection going into this really pretty dangerous period. >> and just to underscore how important that 3rd shot is for the immunocompromised individuals. the cdc has already come out and said that that group could eventually need a 4th shot reporting live in the newsroom. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> and in marin county, a mass vaccination clinic was set up at miller creek middle school. the clinic will be open all weekend to eligible 5 to 11 year-olds to get vaccinated. but health officials say all open appointments are gone. they were taken the all one-thousand spots for this weekend filled up. get this in less than 10 minutes. >> was ticketmaster concert p people were really clamoring to get their children, these appointments. >> everybody who is vaccinated. this weekend will automatically be booked for their second dose. that will be the first weekend of december county leaders say they're working to make more appointments available in the future.
>> demand for the pediatric dose of pfizer's vaccine is high in the east bay all available appointments at the 3 contra costa county locations. there offering that shot there book for tomorrow. some of the children in concord who had an appointment today say they're excited about getting vaccinated. >> how excited are providing some answers today called for says but you 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 of that. 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 sung a say in light of the 16 year-old. >> which is a vaccine related. hands. it's a very that happens. is the issue with the heart. muscle is 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 recommend it to only 5 year 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. >> more than 2 dozen republican led states are now suing the biden administration over the vaccine or testing
mandate. the lawsuits ask courts to decide whether the administration's mandate infringes on states authority to set health policy. the white house says it is legal because public health safety rules. preempt state laws. several businesses associations and religious groups. also joined the state's petitions and stay with kron 4 for the latest covid info that includes finding the vaccine for your kids and information on a possible nasal vaccine. you can scan that qr code there on the screen. you'll be directed to the special section on our website. that's kron 4 dot com. >> this just and the house is finally pass president biden's one trillion-dollar infrastructure bill that deal will create jobs along with improving broadband water supplies, among other public works. the house also made progress tonight on thee even more expensive 10 year. nearly 2 trillion dollars measure focusing on health family climate change programs.
moderates have agreed to back the bill. that's of the congressional budget office estimates are consistent with the white house members that concession motivated progressives to go along and pass the infrastructure bill lawmakers have agreed to vote on the social and environmental bill that will be later this month. california congresswoman jackie spear released a statement saying in part, i look forward to the passage of the build back better act and applaud the president for his leadership in advancing the bipartisanrinfrastructure bill. >> other news now with thanksgiving just a few weeks away. it is shaping up to be an expensive holiday according to the bureau of labor statistics, the cost of things like meet fish, eggs. poultry has gone up by about 10 and a half percent just this fall. that means higher prices for yes, turkey and a lot of the other thanksgiving fixin's consumer advocates say a nationwide labor shortage.
transportation issues and overall inflation is driving the prices up the price of turkey in particular could be way higher than last year. >> 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. >> so what about gas prices? well, they're not cheap either. according to triple a regular gas in california. a gallon of that on average 4.62 right now. last year at this time, 3.18, for a gallon of regular the bay area, of course, as some of the most expensive gas in the country and even in the state with a gallon of regular averaging north of 4.80, in the bay. consumer advocates say the high prices are the result of a global oil shortage end high demand. >> in the south bay plans are moving forward to bring another costco to san jose
costco has applied to the city to begin construction. it says that it will work with the city to meet all the deadlines to get all of the paperwork requirements ton last month, san jose's vice mayor chappie jones told people in district one about these plans coming to the west gate. a shopping center. the store will be at the corner of prospect road and saratoga avenue. it would replace the old orchard supply hardware store along with others, including the current even alan the goodwill and smart and final buildings. it is not clear yet when it might be open. a new study says millions of californians are having trouble finding jobs set well allow them to pay their bills. researchers say a lot of people are actively looking, but they can't find full-time jobs paying more than $20,000 a year. there are reportedly 1.4 unemployed residents, although if you take into account the people who can't find jobs paying
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>> residents and merchants along k say the rebels worried about a couple of shootings. you're talking about 3 victims on this kind of the world famous corridor and all this violence in just a 2 weeks. one man was killed. another person wounded in a shooting just yesterday on hate and masonic. another person was critically injured. just a block away. that was back on october 22nd kron four's maureen kelly has new information tonight 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 nathan. it was all day says he's been hanging out in the haight a long time is still rattled by what he saw. thursday. i already 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. what the is going on. what is going on. this is hate street. this not. the 70's, 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. >> the city of san francisco will pay 2 and a half million dollars to settle a lawsuit over a rookie police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man in 2017. it was rookie officer chris 4th day on the job when he shot and killed 42 year-old it. o'neill. the officer was in the passenger seat of a squad car when he began shooting and did not turn on his body camera until afterwards. the incident was caught on video because the cameras automatically record. 30 seconds before being
activated. the former officer is facing manslaughter charges. >> air bnb is announcing its plan to try to prevent unauthorized parties over new year's eve weekend today. the san francisco based vacation rental company released the following criteria for the holiday weekend for one night reservations guests who do not have a history of positive reviews on the site will be banned from making these one night reservations on entire home listings for tonight. reservations. air bnb will restrict certain local. and last minute bookings by guests. again, without a history of positive reviews. meanwhile, guests too are good. they do positive reviews in the past. air bnb will not subject to them to these restrictions. meanwhile, the faa is now turning over information about unruly passengers to the fbi as part of a new protocol. so far the faa has referred more than 3 dozen people to federal
agents. it's the result of a new information sharing practice to try to help crack down on people who just get at a hand on flights. it could lead to harsher penalties. there have been more than 5,000 complaints about unruly passengers. just this year so far fines could be up to $37,000 depending on the severity of the incident. governor newsome joined state prison guards in appealing a vaccination order for all employees. they are arguing if there is a vaccine mandate, a lot of corrections officers will leave their jobs instead of getting a shot. >> state prison guards and other staffers one a september ruling by a judge to be paused pending appeals. they say an exodus of workers would result in chaos at the state's 34 prisoners prisons which house roughly 99,000 inmates. another big story something that is considered a potential
game changer in the fight against covid could be just around the corner. pfizer says its experimental pill is showing promise. 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. peace to report today. >> the first. in 4 protease which is a medecine taking us for 5 days. and you one of the critical component virus and the availability of pills to treat early covid-19 would be a significant advance in the battle with the coronavirus to 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 somewhat vulnerable despite vaccination say, and that's where a film 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 had just to the vaccin tion 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 one of the biggest medical a or being a drug you of you. >> in 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. we cleared >> you would be speaking german you, you wouldn't be free. >> still ahead, we will hear from an east bay veteran who served in world war 2 as we honor him. i had a >> and details ahead on your walk to end all timers forecast. good looking family back there and also your full bay area weekend forecast. coming up after the break. >> greasy, you're funny. also the guy from chico the count there. aaron rodgers under fire tonight. decision not to get vaccinated and it's
dubs looking to improve to 71 with a win over the new orleans pelicans tonight at chase center and the warriors were up by just for half of that came out on fire in the 3rd. the score actually just outdated. they outscored the pelicans 3416, the final score. one 28 warriors pelicans 86 steph curry surprisingly not the hero for the second straight game young guard. jordan poole let the dubs in scoring again with 21 points. golden state improved to 71 on the season. packers quarterback aaron rodgers was already in hot water after testing positive for covid-19 will 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 and spreading covid.
and unfortunately dying from covid. and i consulted with and now good friend of mine, joe rogan. after he got 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 also 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. according to him. he faced intense scrutiny for saying in an interview this summer that he was, quote, immunize leading many to believe he had received the shot when he, in fact was unvaccinated rodgers now has to quarantine at least 10 days. packer second-year qb jordan love will earn his first ever nfl start on sunday. meanwhile, back here in the bay 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 has missed the last 3 weeks with a calf strain. he told the media yesterday, quote, i love football playing football is really fun. and i miss my friends just wholesome content for you. his big personality should also bring a big boost to the forty-niners offense which has struggled the last several games, at least up until the 2nd half of the chicago bears game that is the niners host. their division rivals at levi stadium sunday at one. 25
but our here, we are just getting started. former colleagues all gather today at the washington national cathedral to honor. >> general colin powell, the trailblazing soldier diplomat rose from humble bronx beginnings to become the first. >> black chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. he later served as the first black secretary of state. people at the funeral included former presidents george w bush and barack obama. former secretaries of state james baker condo lease rice. hillary clinton, former secretary of state madeleine albright talked about her friendship with pow beneath that glossy exterior of warriors statesman was one of the gentlest and most decent people. any of us will ever meet. >> as i got 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. powell died october 18th because of complications from covid. he was 84 he had been vaccinated. but his family says his immune system. >> had been weakened by blood cancer. >> and a veterans day next week we are putting a spotlight on the heroes who have fought hard to preserve our freedoms tonight, kron four's, phillipe djegal shares the story of 98 year-old jake larson in the east bay veteran who served in world war 2. >> for jacob larsson. it has always been about god and country in december will be 99. 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 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 detailed in his book titled the luckiest man in the world. we cleared out that 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
returned to france on the 75th anniversary of d-day. there is a god. >> and every i thank him every day, every day. and we thank you. staff sergeant in pleasant hill phillipe djegal kron 4 >> yeah. he's great. and good sense of for more stories honoring veterans. you can scan that qr code will take you to a special section of our website on kron 4 dot com. tomorrow morning here 27 along the embarcadero san francisco's walk to end alzheimer's is back in person after. >> being virtual last year. this is video from 2019 registration 9 o'clock. the ceremony which yours truly is co-hosting is at 10 o'clock in the walk is rolling at 1030 for more info to sign up ahead of time or donate to the cause. we've posted the link you'll need on kron 4 dot com. >> boy, that is a event and hope they'll get a big crowd. let's take a look at the
forecast looking live over the embarcadero and people wondering about the weather tomorrow. appear 27 just a stone's throw from this live shot a beautiful night. hopefully it's a decent morning. we always want maybe not for a couple hours tomorrow yeah. dry. you're welcome. grant. thank you. cloudy. you're welcome. easy. not my fault. going to see temperatures at 10 o'clock in the morning as you start your walk in the upper 50's warming up into the mid 60's is certainly dress in layers. >> mostly cloudy day in the forecast. unfortunately not going to rain on grants parade, especially for that great cause. let's take a look at radar for out there right now. dry conditions over the bay area a few high clouds overhead as well. thanks to that blanket of cloud cover temperatures going remain tonight through tomorrow could see some light scattered hit or miss showers for those of you in the north bay. but a 10th of an inch of rain, if any. so we are tracking drier conditions everywhere else. you're welcome. grant and
future cast for tracking that atmospheric river monday through tuesday. but let's take a look at your microclimate saturday outlook, 64 degrees for downtown san francisco low 60's for daly city and half moon bay a little bit. breezy, though, along the san francisco peninsula coastline about 20 miles per hour or less uniform numbers from south san francisco to burlingame 62 degrees with 63 degrees of peace for san mateo and even for those of you in that area and we are tracking santa clara 64 degrees as well. pretty uniform numbers. we should be in the low 70's for livermore. so about 5 degrees below average. there in the mid 60's with concord and walnut creek only warming up to 66 degrees or end up in the low 60's and those of you in sonoma 61 degrees a little bit cooler in napa trying to flirt with 60's. but 59 degrees for your saturday afternoon highs in mill valley at 61 degrees and we are tracking, though average temperatures one to 2
inches of rain for most of the bay area monday through tuesday and then warming up with seasonal temperatures. arriving a week from today. back in the low 70's and i kind of miss it, but i'm so excited for this atmospheric river though. yeah, well, again, will take all the rain we can get as long as we dry out a couple days in between the rain coming. this is like abb atmospheric river, not as intense as the last one which brought us inches of rain. but hey, we'll take it right. i love it. and thank you. >> for everything. your work. that's on me. i give to you. up next, popular hairstyle from that. >> 80's making a comeback of the you
trend from the 80's is making a comeback. young boys are trying bring back the per. >> on tiktok. i guess the hashtag boy per has been trending with thousands of young guys sitting in salons where rollers. played an influencer documented the entire process on tiktok and then and more than a million people watched it. since then. hair stylists are saying they have actually seen an uptick. it people requesting the mullet. no less. see, you're combining the beautiful styles. so you have the currently tops a lot of times short sides, maybe a couple lines above the ear parents are apparently getting a kick out of this because it reminds them of the good old days.
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whole animals. the man. >> we went from her busted packs and pam and ken are this in the front business in the back party in the back. i'm buying for my wife. so love it going to let you are there you go. thanks, guys. happy friday. happy friday weekend. thank you to. all coming up at 10 o'clock, not enough people getting their booster shots. that's what doctors are saying, why they're concerned that that has california trending towards another surge in cases over the coming weeks and we're going to have the latest on the lockdown at the great mall in milpitas tonight. what forced police to evacuate. everyone and what they're saying about the investigation right now. >> well stories and more coming up on kron 4 news at 10.
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>> from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news. >> now attend the lockdown has been lifted after a night of chaos and confusion at the great mall in milpitas reports of a knife fight in a shooting draw hundreds of officers to the sprawling mall. some shoppers were evacuated while others were forced to shelter in place. thanks for joining us on kron 4 news at 10. i'm ken wayne and i'm pam moore. the good news tonight is that police say they have not found any evidence of a shooting and have since cleared