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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good morning and happy saturday. thanks so much for joining us. i'm sarah stinson filling in for noelle bellow. it's saturday, november 6 that we have a lot to get to this morning. but of course, we want to know what the weather is like dave spahr is here to tell us what we have on deck here. dave. >> hey, good morning, sarah. good morning everybody. for today it looks a little bout of a kind of an odd dirt, if you will, of some showers because early next week is going to be little bit more rocking again. but for today, we're dealing with some showers already appearing a little bit on radar up towards the north, the kind of winking
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at us a little bit. haven't really edge too much into the bay area. but this is why it's in the forecast. you can see a little bit up to sonoma county a little bit extending out to sea and that will be dropping south all throughout the morning. we're talking to you and approaching much of the larger bay by the time we get to around the noon hour or so. there's held appears as we put it into motion nice deck of cloud cover comes with this as well and buried in all of this will be a little bit of a breeze while we're at it not here yet. though, winds are calm the single digits. but the pop a little bit this afternoon. we expect some 50's worse to see some mid 50's along the east bay shoreline 40's up to the north bay 55 for can 55 checking in san francisco. so breaking your day down for you calling it generally cloudy for a lot of the afternoon showers will make it everywhere. however, in the east bay. that will be a little tougher in temperatures, very modest. and we at a breeze in the 60's. coming up a little bit. we'll kind of time this all out for you. let you know what you can expect tomorrow. by the way, looks a little better. sarah. >> thank you, dave. happening today. moraine county is
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starting to vaccinate kids ages 5 to 11 years old, the mass vaccination clinic. >> is set up at miller creek middle school getting underway this morning. kron four's camila barco is live there in sandra fell into more camila. >> yet today is the day. sarah, i'm currently like that miller creek middle school slots filled up within for many parents. >> and thousands of kids are going to be rolling up their sleeves this weekend. in marine county for kids to get vaccinated. now health officials have been planning for months to make sure that this goes smoothly. the county has set up several pa track apd a pediatric vaccination clinics for this weekend. and later this month here at miller creek middle school health care workers are going to administer 500 vaccines today and tomorrow. each day, officials say the demand is high. all 1000 spots to
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vaccinate 5 to 11 year-olds this weekend filled up in less than 10 minutes just at this location alone. here's what health officials had to say. >> was ticketmaster concert. the people were really clamoring to get their children, these appointments. >> according to marine county health's website, all pediatric clinrcs this weekend. and later this month, our fall. but they say more appointments will become available but it will take time. now kids are going to get one 3rd of the dosage given to teens and adults. however, they must still get 2 shots, at least 3 weeks apart. now sara, there's about 20,000 kids between the ages of 5 to 11 here in marin county and health officials say that the goal is to vaccinate 75% of them with the first dose with in the first month. and by the way, that slots are filling up. it looks like they're on
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track to meet that goal. sarah, back to you. >> thanks so much. camila. we'll check back in with her in about an hour. and in san francisco, the city is holding its first covid-19 vaccine clinic for children today. the clinic will be in the excelsior district at 20 norton street from 9.30 to 3 in the afternoon. the city specifically holding the clinic in the neighborhood to make shots available to children living in communities that have slightly highly impacted who have been impacted throughout the entire pandemic. if you can't make it to this clinic. the county has 100 vaccination sites that are offering the shots. you can sign up for a shot on the health department's website. and this morning the great mall in milpitas is no longer on lockdown after reports of a knife fight and a shooting. this drew hundreds of officers to the mall yesterday, some shoppers evacuated while others were forced to shelter in place for a long time. turn out to be a false alarm kron four's, gayle ong explains what happens.
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>> video sent by a kron 4 viewer shows a heavy police presence outside one of the entrances of the great mall in milpitas friday. the pianist police say the chaos was due to 2 calls simultaneously just before 05:30pm. we received a report of a fight inside the great mall bay area. >> one of the callers for that fight indicated that a knife was president for that. one of the mall parties had a knife with him when officers responded to that call for service at about 05:34pm. we received another call for service indicating that there was a shooting that occurred insnde of the burlington coat factory that reported shooting prompting a lockdown at the mall. ho-sway villalobos was working at the time. 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
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turn off lights get everyone to the to make sure they're away from the windows. really. the says the shelter-in-place lasted for about an hour. >> around 07:30pm police conducted their search inside the mall and let people out in the end. no one was hurt during the course of our investigation, we found no evidence of a shooting and 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. captain john tours with the milpitas police department says large gates came down hard inside the mall during the shelter in place. >> and someone may have thought they heard gunshots unfortunate that we we live in a time where we do have to have a response for these types of events. but. it is very fortunate our personnel on the personal within the county and the the staff of the great mall train for events like this so it it allows us to do things quickly and efficiently and a little bit more fluidly stuff like this is really have to keep a
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calm if you panic, there's not really much you can do. >> pete, is police detain 2 to 3 people due to the fight. meanwhile, the vta suspended light rail service at the great mall stopped due to the incident. but service is back to normal here in milpitas gayle ong kron 4 news. >> and coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news duchess crab season starts today will tell you the new rules. we'll have to follow and we have the normally quiet san francisco neighborhood rattled by recent gun violence help business leaders want to make sure this does not become a trend. and after the break, a san francisco police has been put on leave the incidents that led up to him being accused of robbery. that's coming up.
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again during an on the job injury back in 2010. >> we're 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 calf's when it comes to holding somebody accountable. it's very important to us and everybody is treated the same. >> when it gets to sentencing everybody's different. >> sfpd has placed sergeant cole on unpaid leave while they conduct an investigation. prosecutors say they're still reviewing this case and not decided whether they will press charges. in the east bay a 12 year-old was arrested for a shooting threat at no middle school on monday. police say during their investigation, they identified the student as a possible suspect who later confessed to making the threat. well, talking with officers, the student was cited and released a custody of their parents. the department is now working with those parents to provide resources for the student.
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>> and weather looks like a mostly cloudy day for much of the bay. temperatures will still manage to make it into the middle 60's. a little pair patter of rain over portions of the bay and then tomorrow will bring out the sunshine but cooler it will be stick but cooler it will be stick around for the forecast next. the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier. hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. ♪ tension builds... ♪ the plot twist. ♪ the hero prevails. in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started. introducing the all-new nissan frontier. ♪ ♪ but our here, we are just getting started. it's perfect, right, it's perfect. no, you know what, a few more. hey, hey, hey! check it out!
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fishing start today on the saturday after being delayed earlier this week. there are new regulations in place in order to protect humpback whales and sea turtles in the area. people can use crab traps, hoop nets and snares in fishing zones, one to 5, 6, there is. that's from oregon state line all the way down here to the sonoma mendocino county line and the area south of lopez point and monterey county fishing in the zones are under a fleet advisory. you cannot use crab traps in zones 3, 4, because of the whales and the sea turtles. they can get tangled up in them. and now we are back for another check of weather meteorologist dave spahr is going to tell us what's the weather can be like out there for maybe the fisherman going to get those crabs. >> well, they're going to to dress up a little bit of the wet rain gear, just a touch going on early this morning. good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. we switch over to storm tracker. 4 real quick. there's a little bit of a line of some showers way up north. that's going to be our future. it's making its way to sonoma county a little bit to start the day into the
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afternoon. however, its influence across the bay is really going to deaden quite a bit and the clouds break up a little bit as we get past the witching hour overnight. there you see the collection of rain. but this is kind of tilting above us was not going to get everybody in the bay probably make it into san francisco but not so much into the south bay as much or even really the santa cruz mountains. here's how it looks like the big picture, just the interruption right here. there's more upstream, though, early into next week marks the start what kind of nice, though, looking at half moon bay. not a bad start considering what we're talking about to show you the geography but south of this line that will be like that all morning, however, live shot from the golden gate, not a lot of addiction fog going on here. but quite a bit of cloud cover. there is winds single digits for now. we expect that to pick up a little bit this afternoon and a bit overnight. we'll show you that in just a bit. the future cast for, first of all, noting that rain that we're so we celebrating here. there's a little opportunity in southern marin at around the noon hour or so crossing over the golden gate a little bit kind of falls apart in cloud cover
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actually starts breaking up later on overnight as you can see, as we get to sunday morning, afternoon is going to be a great day with mostly sunny skies over most of the bay area. however, it will actually be a little colder. not just were not only feel cooler but actually will be a few degrees off that because will be another air mass in place. there. add to that the more the sun's out. you've got some wind. so it actually will feel cooler than today with all this overcast will be fighting winds. as i noticed. there we you can see a northwesterly flow can tell there's a front behind us after that's all said and done. a bit of uptick on those winds in the santa cruz mountains overnight for your sunday and then getting into sunday itself. this is what i was talking about, a strong stiff northwest breeze. coupled with sunny skies and tend to be cooler. temperatures. will the cooler air mass a few passing showers today. breezy late clearing then tomorrow mostly sunny cool got the lower to mid 60's in place and then into next week. s you heard much rain and showers part of a program that's basically monday into
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tuesday. and we have a bit of a warming up phase getting into some 70's towards the end of the week. today, 64 san francisco 65 oakland. they'll be some patches of some sun coming out. 66 san jose across the wider region lower to middle 60's. and we're looking for a cooler day actually tomorrow. coming up in a bit. we'll take a look at the longer range forecast. sarah. >> thank you, dave. the community in san francisco's haight-ashbury neighborhood is on edge after recent uptick of violence in the past 2 weeks. one person was killed and 2 others injured in 2 separate shootings. kron four's maureen kelly reports on why neighborhood say they're concerned that this could be a a worrisome trend. >> 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
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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 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
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are shocked. this frightening this frightening and it kind of jay z. and on that we're all experiencing because we've got the cold that we've got this. we've got that. >> and then when you chris lee 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. >> and in the east bay uc berkeley police are reporting multiple gasoline thefts from cars parked on campus. police say at least twice this week. a suspect or suspects drilled into cars to gas tanks in the upper hearst parking structure in order to steal gasoline. the theft and damage the car's gas tank and caused a gas bill in the garage. the justice department. ramping up efforts to arrest cyber criminals
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calling them a national security thfeat and federal authorities recently arrested in alleged russian cyber criminal who they say was hiding out in south korea. they say there will be more arrests in the days and weeks to come experts say the 2 most common types of attacks are cyber theft and ransomware and anyone who use the internet. all of us could be a victim. >> cyber theft is the simple stealing credit card numbers, social security numbers, ransomware is a relatively new type of criminal activity where the criminals encrypt your computer systems and then demand a ransom for you to get your access back. >> the state department is now offering a 10 million dollar reward for any information about the leaders of the cyber group darkside that organization is blamed for a ransomware attack on the colonial pipeline back in may. as you recall, the hack crippled gas supplies for several states. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news on this saturday. the warriors clinched another win against
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the new orleans pelicans. >> we'll show you the highlights from the game right after the break. some days, you just don't have it.
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dubs looking to improve to 71 with a win over the new orleans pelicans last night at chase center. what a game it was. the 1st half. this was a tight battle. just 2 minutes to go in the 2nd quarter. draymond green gets the ball side straight to the hole with the throw down the warriors bench. >> often, adam. they were loving it. there they are. and that don't give the warriors a five-point lead. >> onto the 3rd quarter 9 have to go curry grab support. what a pass to jordan poole another slam that bucket makes it 5952 warriors and the dubs pulled away from their thanks in large part to the bench play late in the 3rd check this out. a behind the back pass from andre iguodala thing of beauty to bjelica who gets the finished raman green funky on the sidelines. >> pulls out the goggles. now the worst close out this game in dominant fashion. one 2685 the final score. jordan poole led the way with 26 points instead of steph curry. the dup's improved to 71 on the
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>> well, good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. kind of cool today with a lot of cloud cover and some folks will be treated to a late morning, early afternoon shower in portions of the bay, although it's probably not going to get to everybody. you'll be treated to the cloud cover and kind of getting a little breezy, too, which will be a little chilly out of the northwest. expect the winds generally speaking right now here's how radar looks like we're tracking a little bit the way some rain up to sonoma county a bit and most of the bulk of that is still out to sea basically dropping south in kind of that tilted parallel direction. putting an emotional. see what i'm talking about here. the deeper moisture is still up, streaming up to scrounge up some rain which will probably see crossing the golden gate again around the noon hour or so. here's what we see right now. a live shot coming in from half moon bay quite a bit of cloud cover, although we are seeing some breaks in there already. and don't forget the south most evil thing we're talking about. we probably won't see these nice breaks again until late this afternoon or evening more likely into overnight temperature checked where the 50's over most the district
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got some 40's up to the north bay. 51 san jose 55 san francisco current winds, pretty much calm the single digits. they will pick up this afternoon. so with the cloud cover will be a bit on the breezy side. tricky. when you start to get some rain. so the models are just telling us cloudy skies. basically the computer just want to put in there. but again, noting some showers for the golden gate down to san francisco. it will break up point south of that temperature checks will mostly be in the 60's this afternoon we expect the same for tomorrow. but the differences looks like a lot more sun even though we'll have stuck with that chilly when this is going to be distant to intermission before the real show, i should say this is the overture because the real show coming up early next week. yes, more rain for the bay area. good dosing for everybody going kind of track all of that coming up in a bit. sarah. >> thank you, dave. it's 7.30 on this saturday and now to our coronavirus coverage and big news in the fight against the pandemic. pfizer claims its covid-19 antiviral pill combined with an hiv drug reduces hospitalization or
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death by 89%. hiv drug helps slow down the breakdown of pfizer's pill in order for it to remain active in the body for longer periods of time. pfizer hopes to submit its data to the fda before thanksgiving. so coming up. >> now there's a growing concern from health officials who say fewer people are getting covid booster shots than expected. according to a los angeles times report is particularly a concern. >> for groups, including the elderly who or people with weakened immune systems. kron four's dan thorn has the details. >> 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 further protection. doctor john swartzberg with uc berkeley's school of public health is particularly concerned for the elderly and the immunocompromised, those
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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 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 to yourself. >> maximum protection going into this really pretty dangerous period. >> that was dan thorn
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reporting. and just to underscore how important that 3rd shot is for the immunocompromised the cdc already said that group could eventually need a 4th shot. former raiders wide receiver henry ruggs the 3rd now faces 3 additional charges. prosecutors say they'll charge drugs with not only the 2 felony dui but also in the reckless driving charges but also another felony dui with substantial bodily harm charge along with felony reckless driving. he's also facing a misdemeanor charge of possession of a firearm. ruggs is currently on house arrest after posting bail thursday. he's being tested for alcohol. 4 times a day. members of the raiders organization, including owner mark davis and quarterback derek carr say they will continue to support rugs through this. and now an update on the fatal shooting that happened on the movie set rust killing the cinematographer and injuring the director, the attorney for the woman in charge of weapons
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on set claims she stressed safety to everyone involved attorney jason bell says hannah gutierrez-reed repeatedly asked for more days to train the actors in the use of firearms. gutierrez-reed said wednesday she inspected the gun before alec baldwin shot it. but claims she doesn't know how a live bullet ended up inside the gun. now in opening statements georgia, prosecutors and defense attorneys presented dueling portraits of ahmad arbery, an unarmed black man that was shot and killed last year on one side, arbery was portrayed as an innocent runner fatally shot by 2 men on the other side. he was painted as a scary mystery seen prowling around the neighborhood. greg mcmichael and his son travis are on trial for arbery's murder. their neighbor is also on trial for videotaping the chase and the fatal shooting. coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news. several states are suing the biden
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>> and good morning. thanks for sticking with us. as we look forward to veterans day next week if you can believe it, we're putting a spotlight on the heroes who have fought hard to preserve our freedoms. and this morning kron four's phillipe djegal shares the story of 98 year-old jake larson in east bay. veteran who served in world war 2. >> for jake larson. >> it has always been about god and country in december. 1989. >> and what a life this 98 year-old us army veteran has lived secret to longevity is. >> don't die. 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
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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 deputy 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 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 returned to friends on the 75th anniversary of d-day. there is a god. >> and every i thank him every
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day, every day. and we thank you. staff sergeant in pleasant hill phillipe djegal all kron 4 >> what a hero and to find more stories honoring veterans. all you have to do is scan the qr code on your screen. we have a complete page on our website and this will take you there. >> ok, sarah, we're looking for a couple of raindrops to make an appearance over the bay for today. kind of froze us around the noon hour. as you can see there. but more importantly early into next week. another rain event. maybe some thunder showers mountain snows. it's all next. keep it here.
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>> and welcome back. it is 7.43 and they fully we have dave spahr in the forecast center. you can tell us what is going on outside and what we can expect to. dave. how's it looking. >> ok, sarah, good morning. good morning. everybody. and not a bad start, although a lot of cloud cover, a little bit of file, a fog perhaps here and there live shot coming in with sfo. but more importantly, upstream. some rain developing. we see it up in sonoma county. it looks a little bit more inviting the what we're going to get. actually. it's just going to be a brief spurt for a few hours and we'll be left on balance today with a lot of cloudy skies. and some breezy conditions as well until all the elements come together a little bit later on this forecast. the short term here you have it. this is today we reach around the noon hour.
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we're left with a cloud cover. and really as we get into tonight and sunday. pretty good from the sky, however, will be chilly at the surface. still. here's monday as we get some cloud cover. but the deeper moisture won't get here u one or 207 inch of rain. so says the projection. so not a whole lot with that winds, a little bit of an uptick. you can see early this afternoon and then later tonight maybe around peninsula, little bit into the santa cruz mountains, a little bit of an uptick. but again, it will be clear by that point. and we're looking at kind of starlet and sunny for your sunday. while we do all of this. we're also looking for the spur to be a weathered a winter weather advisory up to the mountains until 12 for of tonight as we approach the midnight hours. so it's not a winter storm warning yet, although this next event will be probably a different story. let's get to that here here. let's do it now down here is the deeper moisture. this is milder air is where a lot of moisture is
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now we need something to facilitate that that's the colder air up to the northwest of us that also help reduce mountain snow so we can get a nice trust happened here tuesday morning. so the best time for the heaviest rain will be for monday night overnight till tuesday. this looks like it's favoring tuesday morning. sorry, if you're out and about with all of that. and as we get into your wednesday, we see the our king up a little bit of high pressure temperatures will bump up a little bit into the 70's you'll see in the seven-day forecast. 4 zone forecast for this saturday. 64 san francisco into the lower 60's along the coast along the bay side, mid 60's. but a lot of mercury movement going on today. shore 65 palo alto in the south bay also mid to upper 60's in spots. mid 60's cover us along the east bay shoreline tri valley as well. 65 for walnut creek 61 for berkeley. the late host 64 64 napa in 62 santa rosa a little bit of a warm-up days for the latter portion of the week. coming up. here's the rain opportunity early in the week clearing things out. a gradual warm up is expected. and of course, when you retire
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tonight officially at 02:00am sunday. we fall back sarah. >> yeah, don't forget about the fall back air bnb is already taking steps to try and crackdown on parties over the new year's eve weekend as of today, any guest who does not have a history of positive reviews will be banned from booking a one night reservation on any entire home listings that weekend. specifically, there will also be more restrictions on last minute bookings guests do have a history of positive reviews. those people. they will not be subject to these new rules. and california prison guards are pushing back on a covid vaccine mandate saying many staff members would rather quit or retire, then get the shot. >> governor gavin newsome, a major supporter of the vaccines has joined the guards in appealing that mandate. a federal judge ruled in september that all workers who have access to corrections facilities must be vaccinated many support the measure
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saying it's needed to keep prisoners and guards safe. we spoke to one prison law attorney who says the cramped conditions are unfortunately the perfect setting to spread the disease. >> if covid design is ideal setting, it would be a prison. and that's because it's large groups of people sharing airspace often in very, very close circumstances. >> right now. there are 28,000 california corrections officials and just over 50% are fully vaccinated. more than half the states in the country are suing the biden administration over the new covid vaccine for covid mandate which targets businesses requires employers with more than 100 employees to insure their workers are either vaccinated getting that weekly tests. but at least 26 attorneys general argued the federal government is pulling a power grab saying it does not have the authority to issue these types requirements. they say they
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should be left to the states to decide the biden administration says it is confident the new rules will withstand legal challenges. >> the new emergency temporary standard is with well within osha's authority under the law and consistent with osha's requirements to protect workers from health and safety hazards, including infectious disease. >> the new rules are set to go into effect by january 4th. thousands of kaiser permanente employees in california are planning to strike starting next monday, november 15th union organizers delivered the news to the giant health care company thursday. they say kaiser is keeping wages low for current employees and cutting pay for new workers while at the same time making billions of dollars in profits. the walk out involves more than 21,000 registered nurses, pharmacists and occupational therapist across the entire state. kaiser employees in oregon and washington state say they plan
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to walk out as well. economists say we can expect more high paying jobs to require the covid shot. according to the job search website, ladders nearly 5% of us job postings paying at least $80,000. now mention vaccine status. that's double the rate from september. linkedin is also saying thousands of companies monitor now require vaccines for on site work. now employers picked up the pace for their hiring last month. adding more than half a million jobs. the new jobs report just released also shows the unemployment rate fell to 4.6%, some businesses turn to higher wages and signing bonus bonuses to back the help they desperately needed. president biden says the report shows the country is continuing to recover from the pandemic at a record pace. >> a sign that we're on the right track. this recovery is
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faster stronger and fairer and wide and almost anyone could have predicted. >> the president largely credits his covid relief bill and vaccination program for the new numbers. but some republican lawmakers say they are worried the white house's new vaccine mandate will slow growth. and for your money this morning at 7.50 from the thanksgiving dinner to gasoline the cost of goods is rising in california and showing no sign of slowing down. the bay area has some of the most expensive gas in the states. according to triple a the average cost of one gallon of regular is about $4.80. can you believe it? statewide the average cost of gas is $4.62 a gallon. compare that to last year when the average cost of gas was $3.18 a gallon. consumer advocates say the high prices are a result of both a global oil search shortage and high high demand.
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>> people want to be driving after being cooped up for so and it's people want to take a trip instead of staying at home all the time. >> your thanksgiving meal will also be more expensive this year. according to the bureau of labor statistics. the cost of items such as meat fish, eggs and poultry has gone up by about 10 and a half percent this fall. economists say although the prices are higher. there's little to no risk of shortages. so that is the good news here. plans are moving forward to bring another costco to san jose. the retailer submitted an application to the city to begin constructing the new warehouse. costco says it will work with san jose to meet all the deadlines and paperwork requirements needed before construction begins last month san jose vice mayor chappie jones informed residents living in district. one about the plans coming to the west the westgate west shopping center. turns out it will be located at the corner of
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great event. if you haven't been unfortunately last year that can happen in person due to the pandemic. this is video from the 2019 walk registration is at 9 the ceremony which kron four's grant lotus is hosting starts at 10 o'clock. he did it in 2019 and he does a great job explaining his story. the walk begins at 1030. well, a hair trend from the 80's is making a comeback. young boys are trying to bring back the per on tiktok. of course, the hashtag boy has been trending with thousands of young guys sitting in salons wearing rollers. you never know what's going to try next. it started when an influencer documented the entire process on tiktok and more than a million people watched it in. since then, hairstylist have seen an uptick in requests. 4 mullets. oh, gosh, as well as curly tops with short sides. i can't believe this. parents are
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apparently getting a kick out of it because it reminds them of the good old days, something we left in the past, probably. well, it's that time of year again, the australian firefighters annual calendar is being released and this time the money raised by sales will help an american charity. the money will support greater good charities. it will be used to renovate animal shelters as well as homeless shelters and domestic violence shelters. the firefighter calendars have been released for the last 29 years. you can buy them on the website. you can see on your screen there. all of their little animal someone's, of course, kittens. you can on the website. australian firefighters calendar dot com. still ahead in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news because we've got a lot of news to get to more in county. >> they are opening up their first vaccine clinics for children 5 to 11 years old. and guess what. it's all but we'll tell you more about what the county is doing to make appointments. >> more available. plus 2 recent shootings in a san
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>> good morning and thank you so much for deciding to tune in on this beautiful saturday watching the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm sarah stinson filling in for the well bellow, we have a lot to get to this morning. but of course, we want to check in on the weather as you head out the door dave spahr is here to tell us what it's like, dave. you mentioned there's some rain in the forecast. but are we ok today. >> well, actually later today, what looks like there's that chance of a few sprinkles. and so forth. not a whole lot from all of this. and in fact are still getting some rays of sun as we start the day. so expect more cloud cover to build for your saturday. and then as we get into sunday, should be much more sunny day, although we'll be cool on both accounts that we do see a little bit of rain going on up in the north, up in a sonoma county. this will be dropping south throughout the morning hours, even see some sun happening in half moon bay. how about that? but again, cloud cover is expected to fill into this later putting us in the motion there you can see the opportunity for some rain showers and the late morning, early afternoon. by that time, they probably have dissipated. winds remain fairly calm or single digits at this hour.
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they'll be a little bit of an uptick this afternoon and a little bit. one as we get later tonight in the 50's over most of the region. still some chilly 40's up towards the north bay and breaking the day down for you in total. here's a nice live shot of the east bay shoreline. again, considerable clouds in the forecast with that opportunity for some showers as we approach around noon. that will be pretty much san francisco golden gate and that will get break up for the afternoon. we do have more substantial rain getting into early next week. we'll be talking about that coming up a bit. sarah. >> thank you, dave. it's 8. oh, one happening today. marin county is starting to vaccinate kids ages 5 to 11 years old. they've been so excited to get this up and running a mass vaccination clinic is set up at miller creek middle school. and that's where we find kron four's camila barco camila. what is it looking like out there. when is it going to start opening up. >> well, right now it's pretty people here inside. they are
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setting up. but this doesn't start until another hour. and i can tell you, sarah, that it is going to be busy here at miller creek middle school. thousands of kids are going to be rolling up their sleeves across marin county to get vaccinated. now health officials have spent plenty of months get this up and rowling's to make sure that it runs smoothly. the county has set up several pediatric vaccination clinics for this weekend. and later this month here at miller creek middle school health care workers are going to administer 500 vaccines each day today and tomorrow. officials say the demand is high. all 1000 spots to vaccinate 5 to 11 year-olds this weekend filled up in less than 10 minutes just at this location alone. >> i was ticketmaster concert p people were really clamoring to get their children, these appointments. >> according to marine county
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health's website, a pediatric vaccine clinics this weekend. and later this month are full officials say more appointments will become available, but it will take time now, remember, kids are going to get one 3rd of the dosage, a given to teens and adults. however, they must still get 2 shots at least 3 weeks apart and sarah, there's about county residents here in moran that are between the ages of 5 to 11 years old. officials have a goal and that is to vaccinate 75 per cent of them with the first dose within the first month. and by the way, that slots are filling up. they are on that way. they are on their way with that goal. sarah, back to you. >> camille. i'm sure the parents are getting the shots for the kids are excited, but the kids probably not so excited. i'm sure the ice cream shops are going to be busy today as thanks camila. we'll check back in her in about an hour. now the rollout of the covid-19 vaccine for
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children continues in the east bay all available appointments at the 3 contra costa county locations offering the shot are booked for today as well. some of the children in concord who had an appointment yesterday say they were excited about getting vaccinated. >> how excited are you to get the shot. just means that we have more protection. >> children need to get a second dose. at least 3 weeks apart from the first one in order to be considered fully vaccinated. now. and in the san francisco area, the city is holding its first covid-19 vaccine clinic for children today as well. the clinical clinical be in the excelsior district at 20 norton street from 9.30. this morning until 3 this afternoon. the city is specifically holding the clinic in the neighborhood to make shots available to children living in communities that have been highly impacted by the virus. if you can't make it out to this clinic. the county has 100 vaccination
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sites that are offering a lot of different opportunities. you can sign up for a shot on the health department's website. the residents and merchants along haight street are rattled. they're worried about 2 shootings with 3 victims on the world famous corridor in just over 2 weeks. one man was killed. another wounded in the shooting thursday on hate in the sonic. another person was critically injured just a block away. back on october 22nd kron four's maureen kelly has new information. >> 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
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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 feel any more. >> 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
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is disturbing multiple shootings even more so maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> the city of san francisco will take 2 and a half million dollars to settle a lawsuit over a rookie police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man back in 2017, it was rookie officer chris moyles 4th day on the job when he shot and killed 42 year-old o'neill, the officer was in the passenger seat of a squad car when he began shooting and didn't turn on his body casera until afterwards. the incident was still captured on video because the cameras automatically record. 30 seconds before being activated. the former officer faces manslaughter charges. now coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news only 87 still a lot to cover crab season starts today. we'll tell you all the new rules. you've got to follow. >> and after the break, a san francisco police officer is now put on leave the incidents that led up to him being
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accused of robbery. stay tuned. we'll be right back.
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limited availability in select areas. call 1.877.only.att. >> and welcome back. president joe biden's signed this one. the trillion-dollar infrastructure bill this morning. this is the latest. the house finally passed the bill last night. the deal will create jobs along with improving broadband and water supplies among other public
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works. the also made progress on the even more expensive 10 year, nearly 2 trillion dollar measure focusing on health family and climate change programs. moderates agreed to back the bill of the congressional budget office estimates are consistent with the white house numbers that concession motivated progressives to pass the infrastructure bill. lawmakers have agreed to vote on the social and environmental bill later this month. and happening today youth with the 350 bay area. >> are hosting a climate march protest in berkeley. the marches in response to the c o p 26 climate summit in glasgow. the youth say they are marching in solidarity with climate groups around the world to bring attention to the fight against the climate crisis. they are criticizing world leaders at that summit because they feel like summits like this. do not deliver the results as they promised. they do. dave.
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>> all right. we're looking for some cloud cover develop across the bay area because we see a lot of rays of sun working their magic right now and even a little bit of rain possible as we approach around the noon hour. a look at your forecast near and far when we come back in a bit. kron 4 morning news continues.
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after being delayed earlier this week. there are new regulations, though, that are in place to protect humpback whales and sea turtles in the area. people can use crab traps, hoop nets and snares in fishing zones, one to 5, 6, that is from the oregon state line to the sonoma mendocino county line and the area south of lopez point in monterey county, fishing in these zones are under a fleet advisory. you cannot use crab traps in zones. 3 in 4 because of the whales and the sea turtles. they can get tangled up in them. so keep that in mind. and now that we're talking about crowds and fishermen getting back out there. let's also check up with our meteorologist dave spahr. dave, what's it going to be looking like out there this weekend heading into the week for the fisherman. really anybody kind of >> yeah. we have a chance of some showers going on ever so briefly today. kind of the goal spurt of it. most is going to cloud cover. most people are to send a little bit of a breeze. this track and we got up there told all
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the north up around sonoma county looks much more impressive than what we're going to get, though. the opportunity is going to be very, very short lives around the noon hour across the golden gate bridge is what we expect with that putting into motion. you'll see how the opportunity is that it hasn't settled in here yet and up to the north. this is really tonight and early tomorrow morning's forecast to go back to clear and tomorrow much nicer day. this is half moon bay and still haven't seen the cloud cover develop here just yet. as you can see. so it's a good start to the day. golden gate bridge check. getting somewhat variable clouds could see some of that stratus settling in not much the way of fog. however, to start the day we jump to the models. so here's the timing of everything say around the noon hour shortly there afterwards, little line of some showers crosses the golden gate doesn't make too much progress across the peninsula. rain cloud cover does and then it clears out. as you can see overnight into sunday which will be treated to a lot more sunshine until late on sunday because the approach of the next system. some variable clouds start to develop into your monday morning checking
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the winds. it will be a little breezy this afternoon will be out of the west to northwest and then another little spurt happens. looks like as a chris downward overnight. so to be a little pop of some of those winds and tomorrow kind of breezy as well. out of the northwest and the north's will be kind of chilly even though they'll be a lot more sun tomorrow. but temperatures will actually be a little lower and they will feel that way to getting a little cloud. it looks like along the east bay shoreline here. a few passing showers will phrase and breezy late clearing happening then tomorrow it's mostly sunny and cool lower to middle 60's expected for highs which won't be as impressive us today. we're on the other side of the front. okay. next week. it gets interesting now we have a kind of a sloppy monday and tuesday coming our way. the bulk of which appears to be monday night into tuesday morning with the heaviest rain. there and then some warming up latter portion of the week back into the 70's for today. a couple of notes of some sunshine. we're getting most of that right now. 64 san francisco mid 60's oakland and san jose at
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variable clouds across the wider real estate lower to middle 60's will cover us. we'll have that for zone forecast for you. the extended and walk you through this little rain opportunity or program, rather monday into tuesday carol. >> thank you, dave. a san francisco police sergeant is off the job this morning in entering rehab. according to his attorney. that's after being accused of robbing a san mateo pharmacy while off duty. investigators say when they showed up the man tried running away, but they managed to catch him and arrest him. kron four's dan kerman has the 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
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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 remains painkiller use or throughout if the evidence lines up and 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 handed justice. >> there also needs to be the effort to this unique person
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in this unique case. what's unique and 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, cold could appear in court by the 18th of this month. in san mateo. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> well, they 20 happening soon. the city of el nino will be sending health professionals and paramedics to mental health calls. it's part of a regional push. we've been saying to divert the work away from police. traditionally police lead every response, every call and they are the ones who force psychiatric hold for someone who is in danger to themselves or others. now dispatch will have the option to send out the alameda fire department. the company by mental health professionals either by phone or in person. this is a pilot program that will run for 2
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years. 12 fleiss and social workers will be on call 24 7. >> 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 >> case managers with alameda family services will follow up to make sure the person in need is connected with the right resources to prevent another breakdown. the pilot program is launching either at the end of december or beginning of next year. it's important to note there will still be situations in which police respond first to make sure it's safe for clinicians and paramedics to walk and make sure it's safe for them to get in there. a 21 as we
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>> this is not something you want to see in your own kitchen. a bear helping itself to a bucket of kfc could not help itself. that was the scene. a los angeles county homeowner walked in on a very hungry. they're thoroughly enjoyed that bucket of chicken in showing no concern about being caught in the act. lauren least or has the story. this hungry bear on the kitchen counter scarfing a bucket of kfc chicken. not the intruder. john holden was expecting when he arrived to sierra madre home last week for lunch. i came home. my front door was open and i could. >> i could just hear the chaos like my house is being ransacked. not only that once he started up the stairs to his front door right here is what i know is that there was a very large bear. >> sitting there at the top of the stairs, john yelling enough to get that bear to move. but then when the house
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that's where i saw the other bears, the bears breaking in through the front door, even getting past a lock to a parent cubs inside. one of them enjoying john's fresh kfc. he had scarf. the whole thing down. john says he was able to get all the bears out eventually after making a lot of noise. he says he jumped into action out of fear for his pets dog. woody and his parakeets one bird is still missing. the dog made it out ok. and while john says he is familiar with bears in this foothill area. it was still very terrifying. they went through everything in my house. they went through the covered. they went through my child's toys. they went through our clothes even today, our cameras spotting a bear on the stairs and these 2 in the trees. and john says in recent days he thinks the same bears of come back looking for more. this bear right outside his window after seeing the video of the bold bear challenge chicken. one resident tells us they are getting smarter. no one would expect a bear to go inside their house. and john says he has a new strategy to bear
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proof is house going forward. keep all that. >> windows the doors extra locked and make sure i don't have any kentucky. fried chicken around for sure. the california department of fish and wildlife says if a bear is in your home. they recommend hunkering down somewhere safe and calling 911. if it's outside and has room to escape. you can try scaring it off with loud noises and they say to avoid keeping things outside the can attract bears things like bird feeders, pet food and accessible garbage in sierra madre. i'm lauren lyster. >> well kfc. you can't blame the guy morning a little bit of chicken, and didn't know that was a concern in la. >> it's a 27 we're right back.
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>> and good morning. welcome back to the kron 00:00am morning news. let's start this half hour with a look at our forecast of people are heading out for the day. dave, what can they expect to know. there could be some sprinkles, but hopefully not too bad. yeah, good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. lots of cloud cover as well. we're seeing probably the most amount of sun that we'll see just about all day today. >> as deck of clouds started kind collect right over us. it looks like live shot coming in right now or i'd rather radar shows us some of the rain up to the north as you'll notice again, these amounts are going to be very, very light and that's no guarantee. it's actually striking the ground. the radar just sees that aloft putting into motion. you can see we're talking about and the opportunities only for a couple of hours and then that
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will kind of breeze on through leaving behind some cloud cover still south of to the south rather and half moon bay still sees quite a bit of open skies still working here, but we expect the clouds to build on in 50's over most of the region right now. some upper 40's up towards the north bay. so this is a very light rain event. not everybody is going to see it. and quite a bit of cloud cover to there. by the way, your when tracker to see what's going on with the winds again calm for now, but we do expect a little bit of surge happening th3s afternoon with the clouds. so a little bit of kind of a stormy feel like something's coming yet. it doesn't really get here today. what we're really watching is upstream early into next week and the timing of that looks to be pretty good. we'll talk more about that coming up in just a bit, carol. >> thank you, dave. now some parents are still very concerned and have questions about covid vaccinations for their young children. 2 doctors at sutter health provided some answers for forces mid-june. reports. >> so one of the other big
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questions we're hearing whether or not my child's to covid. and the answer to that u- 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 all of 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. well, the song initially in light of the 16 year-olds. >> which is the vaccine related. my it's a very occurrence that happens. it is
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the issue with the heart muscles being. inflamed and also but also lining of the heart well. the incidence of that. it's there. 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 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.
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>> zeke might kron 4 news. >> and big news in the fight against this pandemic pfizer claims its covid-19 antiviral pill combined with in hiv drug reduces hospitalization or death by 89%. the hiv drug helps slow down the breakdown of pfizer's pill in order for it to remain active in the body for longer periods of time. pfizer hopes to submit its data to the fda before thanksgiving. prison guards are pushing back on the covid vaccine mandate saying many staff members would rather quit or retire, then get the shot. governor gavin newsome. he's a major supporter of the vaccines. he actually joined the guards and appealing this mandate. a federal judge ruled in september that all workers who have access to correction facilities must be vaccinated. many support the measure saying it's needed to keep prisoners and guards safe. we spoke to one prison law attorney who says the cramped
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conditions in prisons are unfortunately the perfect setting to spread disease. if covid design is ideal setting, it would be a prison. >> and that's because it's large groups of people sharing airspace often in very, very close circumstances. >> and right now there are 28,000 california corrections officials in just over 50% are fully vaccinated. more than half the states in this country are suing the biden administration over the new covid mandate which targets businesses. it requires employers with more than 100 employees to ensure their workers are either vaccinated against covid or that they're getting a weekly tests. but at least 26 attorneys general argue the federal government is pulling a power grab saying does not have the authority to issue these types of requirements. they say they should leave this up to the states. the biden administration says it is
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confident the new rules will stand legal challenges. >> the new emergency temporary standard is with well within osha's authority under the law and consistent with osha's requirements to protect workers from health and safety hazards, including infectious disease. >> the new rules are set to go into effect by january 4th. kaiser permanente employees in california are planning to strike starting next monday, november 15th union organizers delivered the news to the giant health care company thursday. they say kaiser's keeping wages low for current employees and cutting pay for new workers. while the same time making billions of dollars in profits. the walk out involves more than 21,000 registered nurses pharmacist, an occupational therapist across the state. kaiser employees in oregon and washington state say they plan to walk out as well. and coming up on the kron 4 morning news. hundreds of people gathered to honor the
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life and contributions of general colin powell. >> we'll have that plus more coming up after the break.
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>> here's what's 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 n% 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. keep notes in there either you get them all bunched up and looked any here's a quick check on our futurecast for by the time reach around the noon hour. some of those showers possible as we cross over the
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golden gate all very, very light rain. mostly cloudy is what most people experienced today. >> we'll take a look at the longer range forecast. what sting in early next week. keep it here. 4 morning news continues.
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not pouring like it could be maybe later this week. dave, what's it looking like out there. well, sarah, good morning. good morning, everybody. yeah, we are anticipating early next week. a good dose of rain coming our way. we're tracking that as well. here's sfo no delays this morning. but. >> your story on your saturday. lot of overcast skies and the little that opportunity for rain showers developing as we approach around the noon hour going on here for today far as the cloud cover the rain. here's where it is. remember the radar, seeing maybe perhaps more rain that we're actually getting. so it looks like a good, solid rain here. but for most of the bay, it's going to be a couple sprinkles light rain showers moves on out. we're left with the cloud cover in breezy conditions on balance for today, handing it over to future cast for there you have that opportunity it to estimates already by 2 o'clock. you can see and then clears out for tonight. we're clear overnight. and most of sunday, but because of the wind pattern going to feel a bit on the chilly side actually cooler readings that we're going to see them today. rainfall track. how much are we getting. maybe a couple
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pennies out of this. that's all she wrote. and then took early next week. that's going to be different story, though, here, the winds on shore, they are tilting up a little bit northwesterly. that's for the ballot a day. late overnight little bit of a wind spurred happens down around the santa cruz mountains and all of that and a little bit of a breeze left over for tomorrow out of the northwest. so could have a cool feel to it. even though you're seeing all that sunshine outside little bit of a trick on us. we have a winter weather advisory because of all of this that is until 12 o'clock tonight. but they'll have more of a package for us later on because i suspect they're going to getting more snow up there with the next system due to arrive early in the week. so there's what's happening this weekend, clear pat sunday monday. not a whole lot school and on rain develops, that plume of moisture from the south that means it's relatively copious amounts of moisture combined with the cold system. just we need. that will mean heavy rain for the bay area for late monday overnight to tuesday morning because it's cold. maybe a couple claps of thunder and thrown in there. some mountain
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snows to lower elevations that we really need for the bank account as we go forward. pretty quiet for the remainder of the week until we get to next weekend. another little system kind of grace's us from the north checking out your 4 zone forecast 64 numbers. pretty typical lower 60's along the coast. not much warmer as we go a little bit inland. there's the bayside along the peninsula mid to upper 60's down south and the south bay proper santa clara valley 66 san jose santa clara 6465 cupertino back to the middle 60's east bay shoreline tri valley. you're looking at mid 6065 walnut creek and concord 61 for berkeley delay who checks in at 6462 sonoma and santa rosa more 60's heading down south. again. here comes the traffic monday into tuesday overnight clearing out for the remainder of the week. gradual warm up and temperatures as you see to around 70 or so. and you were tire tonight or if you're up at 02:00am on sunday. got a fallback sarah. >> to honor his legacy. i hope
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we do more than can sign him to the history books. colin powell was a great lion. with a big heart. we will miss him terribly. >> family, friends and colleagues paying their respects, their final respects friday to the nation's first black secretary of state and first black chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, general colin powell funeral services were held in the nation's capital. honoring the 84 year-old who died from covid complications last month. kareen wynter has more. >> remembered as a revered leader, a beloved father and friend. everyone from dignitaries colleagues and family members. >> gathered friday at washington national cathedral to honor the life of former secretary of state colin who
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died last month at the age of 84 from complications related to covid-19 while battling a rare blood cancer. >> some to spoke at the funeral said he shouldn't just be remembered for his resume and many accomplishments across the political landscape. but for his character. this person has a quiet but solid sense of right and wrong not only to do good. but to be good to sacrifice elf in the service of others and to live in obedience to some transcendent trust. that was my father. >> former secretary of state madeleine albright also pay tribute to the former 4 star general as i know, and i came to view colin powell as a figure who almost transcended time for his virtues were homeric honesty dignity loyalty and an unshakable commitment to his calling and
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were also in attendance. president biden and first lady jill biden along with former president barack obama and former president george w bush who were there with their former first ladies, former secretary of state hillary clinton was among the invited guest spot. former president bill clinton was not on hand. he reportedly skipped the ceremony on doctor's orders after his recent hospitalization in october for non covid related infection. >> how spent time in the army for more than 3 decades before climbing the ranks to 4 star general. he held various positions under 4 presidents from secretary of state and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff to national security adviser. the first african-american to serve the country in these distinguished roles. >> that was kareen wynter reporting paulsen. michael also shared that he held his dad's hand in the icu the night before he passed away. and that time with them. >> now former raiders wide receiver henry ruggs. the 3rd now faces 3 additional charges
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prosecutors say they'll charge drugs. >> with not only the 2 felony dui and reckless driving charges. but we'll tack on another felony dui with substantial bodily harm charge along with felony reckless driving. he's also facing a misdemeanor charge of possession of a firearm. ruggs is currently on house arrest after posting bail thursday. he is being tested for alcohol. 4 times a day. members of the raiders organization, including owner mark davis and quarterback derek carr say they will continue to support rugs throughout this. now an update on the fatal shooting that happened on the movie set killing the cinematographer and injuring the director, the attorney for the woman in charge of weapons on set claims she stressed safety to everyone involved attorney jason bell says hannah gutierrez-reed repeatedly asked for more days to train the actors in the use of firearms gutierrez-reed's said
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wednesday that she inspected the gun before alec baldwin shot it but claims she doesn't know how a live bullet ended up in the gun investigation will certainly tell us more about that now will be right back after the break. stick with 51 still a lot more to get to.
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>> welcome back. happening
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today. sandwich just goes walk to end alzheimer's returns to pier 27 along the embarcadero. this is so good to hear the event. unfortunately, couldn't happen in person last year due to the pandemic. so you're looking at video from the 2019 walk. i was there actually. and it's a great time today. registration is at 9. this in the sit with the ceremony and you can see kron four's grant lotus there he was there last time. it's going to be hosting at 10 o'clock and then the walk begins at 1030. if you're going to be heading out there. you're going to want to grab the jackets. a little chilly, but it's always a good time out there and for an amazing cause. and plans are moving forward to bring another costco to san jose. the retailer submitted an application to the city to begin constructing the new warehouse. >> costco says it will work with san jose to meet all the deadlines and paperwork requirement that's needed for construction to begin last month san jose. vice mayor chappie jones chappie jones rather informed residents
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living in district. one about the plans coming to the west gate, west shopping center. it will be located at the corner of prospect road and saratoga avenue. there's no immediate word on when the warehouse is set to open. hair trend from the 80's is making a comeback unfortunately, i do say so myself, young boys are trying to bring back the and they're doing this on tiktok of course, the hashtag boy has been trending with thousands of young guys sitting in salons wearing rollers. it started when an influencer documented the entire permit process check that out on tiktok and more than a million people watched it. since then, hairstylist have seen an uptick in requests for it's you heard that correctly as well as curly talks with short sides. parents apparently are getting a kick out of this because it reminds them of the good old days. this is something she left in the past in mind. it's that time of year again, the australian firefighters annual calendar
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is being released and this time the money raised by sales will help an american charity. the money will support greater good charities will be used to renovate animal shelters can see them holding animals there as well as homeless shelters in domestic violence shelters. the firefighter calendars have been released for the last 29 years. you can buy them on the web site australian firefighters calendar dot com of those for enjoying sun goes to a good cause. >> still ahead next hour of the kron 4 morning news moraine county opening up their first vaccine clinic for children ages 5 to 11 years old. guess whath it's all booked. but coming up, we have a live report. you can find out how to make an appointment in the future. stay tuned for that.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at know. >> good morning and thanks so much for joining us on the kron. 00:00am morning news on this beautiful saturday. i'm sarah stinson filling in for noelle bellow. now to get you out the door. we have to check in on whether some people are going to alzheimer's walk today. some people are just trying to get some fresh air. but unfortunately some cloud cover. dave, how's it looking out there. not a lot of sprinkles know a little bit up in the north bay, though. good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. watching a little bit above system kind of grazing us from the north across the golden gate. it
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looks like around the noon hour or so. we'll be left with cloud cover. however. >> before and after it gets here for your saturday in a little bit better clearing on our sunday on radar. this is what we're talking about up in the north bay. there, little the way of some showers going on this will sag to the south as the morning starts to progress that we see some cloud cover filling up a little bit down to half moon bay. so in motion. this is what we have. these amounts are not going to be that great. a couple hundreds of an inch of rain is what we're expecting. maybe the higher elevations a little bit more. again, this second towards the south wind check single digits on those winds to calm wind conditions. most readings in the 50's. still chilly 49 at the santa rosa, by the way. so your breakdown today keeps us pretty much cloudy all day today with those 60's expected for temperatures. now, tomorrow. it's also going to be somewhat cool actually cooler than today. breezy, even though we'll see a lot more sun going on there early next week. things get interesting as we wait for some earnest rain. we'll have more on that forecast coming up in a bit. sarah. >> thank you, dave. happening
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today in marin county. they're starting to vaccinate kids, ages 5 to 11 years old, a mass vaccination clinic is set up at miller creek middle school. and that's where we find kron four's camila barco where it should be getting up and running right about now. camilla. how's it looking? yes. so the doors are open here at miller creek middle school. you can see behind me the set set up. i'll step up. >> out of the way and organizers have just made this vaccination clinic welcoming to kids. you can see that it is decorated the people who are here have also dressed up just to make this a a fun d hundreds of kids are actually expected to show up today just at this site alone for slots filled up within minutes now, health officials have been planning for months to get this up and running smoothly. the county has set up several pediatric vaccination clinics for this weekend. and later this month here at mill creek middle school health care
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workers are going to administer 500 vaccines each day today and tomorrow and officials say that the demand is a pretty high all one-thousand spots this weekend to vaccinate 5 to 11 year-olds filled up in less than 10 minutes and it's just at this location alone. here's what officials had to say. it. >> was ticketmaster concert. p people were really clamoring to get their children, these appointments. >> now, according to marin county health website, all pediatric vaccine clinics this weekend and later this month are full. but officials say more appointments will become available, but it will take time now these pfizer's pediatric of vaccinesoand kids are going to get one 3rd of the dosage that is given to teens and adults, but they still have to come back here at least 3 weeks after they get that first shot. now, sara, the county does have a
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goal. they plan to vaccinate 75% of this age group with the first dose within the first month and by the looks all the slots filling up. it lsoks like they're on their way and kids should be heading here soon. they are on their way. plenty of kids on their way here to get vaccinated today. for some it might be a good experience for others. it might not. it looks like here. we're going to get up and roll rolling just a little bit. back to you. >> lime and you're going to see a few tears being at that i don't think kids really know what their son and for maybe the ice cream shops. we'll be busy today. get some. this get some treats after the shot. thank you. camila. and in san francisco, the city is holding its first covid-19 vaccine clinic for children as well. the clinic will be in the excelsior district that 20 norton street. >> from 9.30 this morning till 00:00pm in the afternoon. the specifically holding the clinic in this neighborhood to make sure shots are available to children living in these types of communities that have
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been highly impacted by the virus. you can't make it to this clinic. the county has 100 vaccination sites that are offering the shots. you can sign up for a shot on the health department's website. and this morning the great mall in milpitas is no longer on lockdown after reports of a knife fight and a shooting. it was a terrifying and chaotic scene drawing hundreds of officers to the mall yesterday, some shoppers had to evacuate. others were forced to shelter in place. it turned out to be a false alarm. kron, four's, gayle ong explains what happened. >> video sent by a kron. 4 viewer shows a heavy police presence outside one of the entrances of the great mall in milpitas friday. the pianist police say the chaos was due to 2 calls simultaneously just before 05:30pm. we received a report of a fight inside the great mall bay area. >> one of the callers for that fight indicated that a knife was president for that. one of all parties had a knife with
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him when officers responded to that call for service at about 05:34pm. we received another call for service indicating that there was a shooting that occurred inside of the burlington coat factory that reported shooting prompting a lockdown at the mall ho-sway villalobos was working at the time. 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 the lights. get everyone to the to make sure they're away from the windows. really. the says the shelter-in-place lasted for about an hour. >> around 07:30pm police conducted their search inside the mall and let people out in the end. no one was hurt during the course of our investigation, we found no evidence of a shooting and found nothing inside of the store. >> that indicated that a shooting had occurred there. we did not locate any victims
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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. captain john tours with the milpitas police department says large gates came down hard inside the mall during the shelter in place. >> and someone may have thought they heard gunshots unfortunate that we we live in a time where we do have to have a response for these types of events. but. it is very fortunate our personnel on the personal within the county and the the staff of the great mall train for events like this so it it allows us to do things quickly and efficiently and a little bit more fluidly stuff like this is really have to keep a calm if you panic, there's not really much you can do. >> milpitas police detain 2 to 3 people due to the fight. meanwhile, the vta suspended light rail service at the great mall stopped due to the incident. but service is back to normal here in milpitas gayle ong kron 4 news. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news crab season
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starts today. we'll tell you the new rules you have to follow. if you want to go get some crafts. plus a normally quiet san francisco neighborhood was rattled by gun violence recently. how business leaders want to make sure this does not become a trend.
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>> 9.10. welcome back to san francisco. police sergeant is now on leave after sergeant davin cole was arrested for
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allegedly robbing a san mateo pharmacy while he was off-duty his attorney tells us he's entering rehab. san mateo. police say they were called to a robbery at a rite aid when they encountered sergeant cole. a 27 year-old veteran of the san francisco police department officers say cold tried to flee the scene but was arrested for robbery and resisting arrest. his attorney tells us the incident stems from his clients, ongoing secret addiction to opioids a condition that he says began during an on the job injury back in 2010. >> we're 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 calf's when it comes to holding somebody accountable. it's very important to us and everybody is treated the same. >> when it gets to sentencing everybody's different. >> sfpd has placed sergeant cole on unpaid leave while they conduct an investigation. prosecutors say they are still
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reviewing the case and have not decided whether they will press charges. dave. >> and we have quite a bit of cloud cover in the forecast one on for today. couple little showers are possible with this as well. tomorrow will open up those skies but only temporarily another dose of rain coming our way. pretty good show into early next week. we'll get into it cit.
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>> welcome back. it's 9.14 and recreational dungeness crab fishing starts today after being delayed earlier this week. there are new regulations in place, though, to protect humpback whales and sea turtles in the area. people can use crab traps, hoop nets and snares and fishing zones, one to 5, 6, that is from the oregon state line to the sonoma mendocino county line and the area south of lopez point in monterey county fishing in the zones are under a fleet advisory. you cannot use crab traps in zones 3, 4, because of the whales and the sea turtles. they get tangled in them. hopefully this means we could have some decian is crowned on thanksgiving table. but we just have to see. welcome back. we're going to check in with weather because as we're talking about fishermen getting out there. again. dave, what is it looking like? it looks cloudy to me. but is there some sprinkles in the forecast need the rain coat today because they always use in any way out there in the ocean.
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>> we're actually waiting for the real show happening early next week. good morning, everybody. and we're take a break from all this cloud cover tomorrow. but it's a cool weekend in store. and here's where the rain is right now up in a sonoma county a little bit looks real exciting on radar here. but a lot of that may not be striking the ground and will take a while to kind of sag to the south in lose a little bit of its intensity. there you have the flow pattern upstream there waiting for some deeper moisture coming our way coming from the lower latitudes means that as more moisture to play with. here's the overcast skies. developing and half moon bay looks ominous. doesn't what's covering over the sun part. but you can see still some clear skies off towards the distance. golden gate bridge getting into that shredded stratus as we speak right now. as you can see, although we didn't have a fog issue going on this morning handing over future cast for watch this. go in a motion. there's kind of the opportunity for a few stray showers. very, very light heading south and that cloud cover actually breaks up late tonight overnight starr watching goint on in pretty good for your sunday
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afternoon. but cool with a breeze still with us will be a stiff breeze hanging around and even by monday morning, it really hasn't gathered the system that we're talking about. so those winds jump into that this afternoon got overcast going on. good stiff northwesterly to onshore wind in place a little pulse happens here. when we get late tonight, early on your sunday clear skies by sunday. we still have those winds. so they'll be a bit of a chill kind of hanging around a little bit for your sunday even though they'll be clear skies. and actually it's not going to your imagination. temperatures will be actually little couple degrees cooler than today. so a few passing showers mostly up north breezy lake clearing happening tomorrow. mostly sunny cool, though maybe shouldn't blind that cool because will be actually colder than today even though you'll be seeing a lot of sun lower to middle 60's. the next week. it's rain and showers early in the week. and this is a monday, tuesday program by wednesday. we're kind of cleaning up the clouds and then warming up a touch as we finish off the week into the 70's. again. so for today, pretty much mid 60's. a lot of
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cloud cover. that's a bit optimistic there, but maybe a passing shower with that temperature check mid 60's will do it, although we'll going to tiptoe to the tulips, if you will, in your 4 zone forecast in a bit and take a look at that extended as well for a littletbit of a warm up towards the the week. >> thank you, dave. the community in san francisco's haight-ashbury neighborhood is on edge. and understandably so after a recent uptick in violence in the past 2 weeks. one person was killed, 2 others injured in 2 separate shootings kron four's maureen kelly reports on why neighbors neighbors and neighborhood areas say that they're worried about this. >> 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
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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 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. this frightening this frightening and it kind
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of could today's the unknown 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 or 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. >> it's 9.20 in the east say uc berkeley police are reporting multiple gasoline thefts from cars parked on campus. police say at least twice this week, a suspect or suspects drilled into a car's gas tank in the upper hearst parking structure in order to steal gasoline. the theft damage. the car's gas tank and caused a gas spill in the garage. and the justice department is ramping up efforts to a rest cyber criminals calling them a national security threat
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federal authorities recently arrested in alleged russian cyber criminal who they say was hiding out in south korea. they say there will be more arrests in the days and weeks to come experts say the 2 most common types of attacks are cybertheft and ransomware and anyone who uses the internet, which is all of us could be a victim. >> cyber theft is the simple stealing credit card numbers, social security numbers. ransomware is a relatively new type of criminal activity where the criminals encrypt your computer systems and then demand a ransom for you to get your access back. >> the state department is now offering a 10 million dollar reward for any information about the leaders of the cyber group darkside that organization is blamed for ransomware attack on the colonial pipeline back in may. and as you recall, that have crippled gas supplies for several states. coming up on the kron 4 morning news the warriors clinched another win against the new orleans pelicans will show you the
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> the golden state warriors are chasing winds and chasing the top spot in the western conference this season. the dubs looking to improve to 71 with a win over the new orleans pelicans last night at chase center. what a game it
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was. the 1st half. this was a tight battle. just 2 minutes to go in the 2nd quarter. draymond green gets the ball side straight to the hole with the throw down the warriors bench often, adam. they were loving it. there they are. and that dunk gives the warriors a five-point lead onto the 3rd quarter 9 have to go curry grab support. what a pass to jordan poole another slam that bucket makes it 5952 warriors and the dubs pulled away from their thanks in large part to the bench play late in the 3rd check this out. a behind the back pass from andre iguodala thing of beauty to bjelica gets the finished raman green funky on the sidelines. >> pulls out the goggles. now the worst close out this game in dominant fashion. one 2685 the final score. jordan poole led the way with 26 points instead of steph curry. the dubs improved to 71 on the season. >> and the warriors are back in action tomorrow night. they're hosting the houston rockets. that's it for sports. we'll be right back.
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>> welcome back. and a reminder that daylight savings time ends tomorrow will be rolling our clocks back one hour to help me incur tomorrow morning's tomorrow morning. news it's happening despite the approval of the 2018 ballot measure to stop this practice. that's because prop 7 itself didn't do away with the time change. it just gave the state legislature the
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power to do it. and so far that hasn't happened on the bright side. literally we do get an extra hour of sleep so that is always a good thing and we will definitely be needing that on a sunday as we get little more sleep heading into the workweek. let's start this half hour with a look at our forecast. dave spahr is standing by to tell us dave, when are you going to start to see some sprinkles and maybe even some rain this week. >> we're seeing a little bit up in the north bay right now in syria should like this. you'll get some sunshine earlier in the morning hours since we couldn't get so but we're losing minute by minute the sunlight until we get to the solstice what we've got going on today light rain showers up in the north bay and they will make their way across the golden gate. a little bit san francisco. but this is very, very minor. it's one of the cloud cover most people are going to notice and basically the kind of breezy conditions a little bit going on today. quick check on radar. it looks much more impressive here than we're getting amounts thus far have
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only been about a 100 to 207 inch of rain up there in sonoma county. i checked the surface dew points and temperatures. and we like to look for that to see if we'll get some virga going on and really there is not much separation. so there shouldn't be that much atmospheric resistance from this rain, but it's a much more impressive on there looking than what we're getting quite broken up. as you can see from the pattern here and that will remain a west to east pattern as the system breezes on pastor. you can see the view from half moon bay, which is further south fairly calm looking at that as well. temperature check in the middle 50's over most the area 49 up santa rosa and breaking your day down for you with the east bay shoreline in the background. cloudy skies for most temperature check in the lower to middle 60's. it will be a bit breezy, but will be interesting tomorrow is it will be a couple degrees cooler than today. even though you see a lot more sun and a chilly wind with that. that plus, also more earnest way rain into next week. we'll get all of that in just a bit. sarah.
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>> thank you, dave. new this morning we're following this news out of houston astroworld officials canceled a day. 2 of the festival there after 8 people died and many others were injured during a crowd surge this is a statement officials posted to their social media accounts saying fans started running towards the stage while rapper travis scott was performing making thousands of others in the crowd panic. houston's fire chief says some people started to pass out and they became unconscious which caused more panic. about 50,000 people went to this festival last night. they will not be returning tonight. astroworld officials say they are canceling the event to help officials look into why so many people. one into cardiac arrest so that investigation will be ongoing. >> now despite the number of people vaccinated and young people being vaccinated the coronavirus is still seriously affecting college sports, including right here at cal. >> several cal football
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players will be forced to miss tomorrow's game against arizona because they are under a covid protocol. now the school will not say how many players are affected or if the players tested positive for covid health. director of athletics said, quote, even with 99% of their football it's the student athletes fully vaccinated. they have seen the breakthrough cases are still very much possible. >> 9.30 to air bnb is already taking steps to try and crackdown on parties over the new year's eve weekend. >> as of today, any guest who does not have a history of positive reviews will be banned from booking a one night reservation on any entire home listings that weekend. there will be more restrictions on last minute bookings as well. guests who have a history of positive reviews on air bnb will not be subjected to these new rules. something that's considered a potential game changer in the fight against covid-19 could be just around the corner. pfizer says its experimental
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pill showing promise to 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 its pill as soon as possible. peas to report today. >> the first. in 4 protease which is a medecine taking us for 5 days. i mean, 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 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
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and are left somewhat vulnerable despite vaccinations 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 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 this
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one of the biggest medical a or being a drug 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. >> california prison guards are pushing back on a covid vaccine mandate saying many staff members would rather quit or retire, then get the shot in the arm. governor gavin newsome, a major supporter of the vaccines actually joined the guards in appealing this mandate. a federal judge ruled in september that all workers who have access to corrections facilities must be vaccinated. many so much support came for this measure saying it's needed to keep prisoners and guards safe. we spoke to one prison law attorney who says the cramped conditions in prisons are unfortunately the perfect setting to spread disease. >> if covid design is ideal setting, it would be a prison. and that's because it's large groups of people sharing
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airspace often in very, very close circumstances. >> right now. there are 28,000 california corrections officials and just over 50% are fully vaccinated. more than half the states in this country are suing the biden administration over the new covid mandate which targets businesses. it requires employers with more than 100 employees to insure their workers. ari, they're vaccinated against covid or they're getting weekly tests. but at least 26 attorneys general argue the federal government is pulling a power grab saying it does not have the authority to issue these requirements. they say that should be left up to the states. the biden administration says it is confident the new rules will withstand legal challenges. >> the new emergency temporary standard is with well within osha's authority under the law and consistent with osha's requirements to protect workers from health and safety hazards, including infectious disease.
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>> the new rules are set to go into effect by january 4th. there's a growing concern from health officials who say fewer people are getting covid booster shots than expected. according to a los angeles times report is particularly a concern for groups including the elderly or people with weakened immune systems. kron four's dan thorn has the details. 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 further 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
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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 to yourself, maximum protection going into this really pretty dangerous period. >> that was dan thorn reporting in just to underscore how important that 3rd shot is for immunocompromised. the cdc already said that group could eventually need even a 4th shot, let alone a 3rd stay
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with kron 4 for the latest covid information and that includes finding the vaccine for children and information on a possible nasal vaccine. a lot more to come. you can scan the qr code on your screen and you'll be directed to the special section of our website. that's at kron. 4 dot com. president joe biden signed his 1 trillion dollar infrastructure bill of this morning. he's calling this a major win after the house finally passed the bill last night. the deal will create jobs along with improving broadband and water supplies along with other public works. the house also made progress on the even more expensive 10 year. nearly 2 trillion dollar measure focusing on health family and climate change programs. moderates agreed to back the bill. if the congressional budget office estimates are consistent with the white house numbers that concession motivated progressives to pass the infrastructure bill lawmakers have agreed to vote on the social and environmental bill later this month will continue
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to fall that. >> happening today, though, you with 350 bay area are hosting a climate march protest in berkeley today. the marches in response to the c o p 26 climate summit in glasgow. the youth say they are marching in solidarity with the climate groups around the world to bring attention to the fight against the climate crisis. they are criticizing world leaders at the summit because they feel summit like it's like this never really do deliver the results as they promised to. happening soon. the city of alameda will be sending health officials and health professionals and paramedics to mental health calls. >> it's part of a regional push. we've been saying to divert the work away from police traditionally police lead responses to every call and they are the ones to enforce psychiatric hold for someone who is in danger to themselves or others. but now dispatch will have the option to send out the alameda fire department accompanied by mental health professionals
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either way, phone or in person. this is a pilot program that will run for 2 years to about 12 licensed social workers will be on call for about 24 7. >> 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 treatment. >> case managers with alameda family services will follow up to make sure the person in need is connected with the right resources to prevent another breakdown. the pilot program is launching either at the end of december. beginning of next year. it's important to know there will still be situations in which police respond first to make sure it's safe for the clinicians and the paramedics to walk in.
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dave. >> ok, sarah for today. lot of cloud cover. we're dealing with and kind of tracking a little package of some light rain showers gripping up. across portions of the bay. however, warren for a more substantial system early into next week. keep it here. we'll take a look at that forecast a bit. don't worry, ma. we'll be there soon. “we?!” is this “the one.” well...let's say i found the one who takes me to another level.
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this saturday and joining us with the look at our forecast is dave spahr. it's kind of looking cloudy out there. this probably the best going to the next couple of days. what do you think, yeah, well, tomorrow we'll see the sun back out again, although will be kind of a chilly breeze kind of hang in with this kind of an intermission, if you will, between the 2 systems. this is a very weak. >> one march in a backyard s by the way, no delays this morning, although probably expecting mostly cloudy skies and kind of a stiff breeze with all of that too. you see all the sunshine going on tomorrow. could be kind of an optical illusion a little bit because it will be still chilly actually cooler than today. even with all this cloud cover this is the traffic we're talking about right here. not as impressive. that looks like on radar. we don't. how much resistance from the atmosphere. dew point temperature right on top each other. but amounts of been very, very light and they're projected to be that way, but it will still do a little show here for us. boom. it's out of here by mid-afternoon. we clear out for the balance of the overnight into sunday looking pretty good at that clouds redevelop into sunday
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night and monday ahead of the new system taking us into monday tuesday. how much we getting from this very, very slight. maybe a penny. we're less than a nickel for most locations and all that, how of those winds on shore. they are little tilt up to northwest a little pole station. looks like down around the santa cruz mountains overnight and then tomorrow we'll continue to get some of those on shore. northwesterly winds with lots of sunshine, but still kind of a stiff, a cool breeze with all that very much a fall like feel we do have a winter winter weather advisory excuse me, until midnight. we're going to pick up about a half of foot of snow above 7,000 feet. what's more interesting is what we'll see the next system early next week. i suspect will be probably a winter storm warning with that and a much higher amounts expected with all of that going forward with this. this is a piece of energy and moisture. we're talking about here. this is going to get a good rainfall. looks like, but come coupled with this colder air that means unlike i actually our last system that was much heavier. this will be
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we didn't get much the way of claps of thunder going on and so forth because we didn't have the instability upstairs. so this one will. and that also means mountain snows will be more generous even though in total this is not going to as much moisture that that other system did that other sunday. so we have some colder air settling in here. this is good news despite the fact will get lightning here. maybe we'll get some more snow pack built up in the mountains and that's good news for the spring into the summer. the traffic upstream doesn't look like much less have a high. our king a little bit. temperatures bump up a bit until we fall into the next weekend. 4 zone forecast cover you this saturday. generally speaking, cloudy skies. 64 san francisco lower 60's at the coast fairly mild considering all that's going on. mid 60's bayside to the south. palo alto still 65 down here in the south bay. we're looking at maybe 66 san jose cupertino 65 a rounding error just about no matter where you are east bay shoreline mid 60's as the tri valley is 65 for walnut creek and concord. 62 richmond, 64
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of allay even up a vacaville and fairfield 6364 napa. 62 santa rosa. we did clock a little in the way. some rain showers already collecting up there. mid 60's heading down south. all right. your 70 forecast. here comes the bigger rain. the biggest hit looks to be from after the monday night commute all the way through tuesday morning could be what for your saturday. sarah and then will clear out as we finish off the week 70 looks like by friday as a little bit of a warm-up happens. and when you retire tonight or late night ers 02:00am on sunday. you fall back extra hour's sleep. sarah. >> remember to do that. fallback. thank you, dave. the biggest shopping day of the year supposed to take place in just 3 weeks. but the black friday deals are already out there. consumer experts are. >> suggesting shoppers take the hint and start their holiday shopping as early as possible. reporter. katrina kincade has more details on the deals. you can look forward to the season and when to take advantage of them.
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>> 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
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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. that was katrina kincade reporting. now for your money this morning. you may have some deals into those stores. but for thanksgiving. >> gasoline, anything like that. the cost of goods is rising in california and showing no sign of slowing down. the bay area has some of the most expensive gas in the state. according to aaa, the average cost of one gallon of regular gas is about $4.80 statewide. the average cost of gas is $4.62 a gallon. compare that to last year when the average cost of gas in california was $3 and $0.18 a gallon. people weren't really driving too much. then, though consumer advocates say the high prices are result of both a global oil shortage. and of course, high demand. >> people want to be driving after being cooped up for so
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and the thai people want to take a trip instead of staying at home all the time. >> and your thanksgiving meal will also be more expensive this year. according to the bureau of labor statistics. the cost of items such as meat fish, eggs and poultry has gone up by about 10 and a half percent. this fall. economists say although the prices are higher. there's little to no risk of any shortages. so that's some good news. there. employers up the pace of their hiring last month. adding more than half a million jobs. the new jobs report just released also shows the unemployment rate fell to 4.6%, some businesses turned to higher wages and signing bonuses to learn back the help that they desperately need. president biden says the report shows the country is continuing to recover from the pandemic at a record pace. >> a sign that we're on the right track. this recovery is faster stronger and fairer and wide and almost anyone could have predicted.
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>> the president largely credits his covid relief bill and vaccination program from the new not for those new numbers, but some republican lawmakers say they are worried the white house's new vaccine mandates will slow growth. we'll be right back after the break. it's 9.51 make sure you stick with us. we've got a funny story coming up lift him funny story coming up lift him on the mrs. claus the shopping boss here to help you merry savers decorate with the best bargains ever! ross has savings on everything you need to get the party started. because who waits for shipping anymore? or guests?! i love saying yes to more merry for less at ross!
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francisco's walk to end alzheimer's returns to pier 27 along the embarcadero. what a great sight to see. the event couldn't happen in person last year due to the pandemic. this is video from 2019 the ceremony which kron four's grant lotus will be hosting is at 10 o'clock. so just starting in just a few minutes from now on the walk begins at 1030. what a great event to be at and for such such a great cause. now. world famous athlete getting ready for a big performance just outside cleveland. this performer doesn't have 2 legs, though he has 4 and his name is benny the skating dog. he's a lab and his stages. an ice rink. look at him. benny is a rescue dog described as having lots of energy he loves to do tricks and doesn't mind others lacing up his skates. i think they have to write. >> a former figu e skater helped teach him how to skate and now benny is helping teach children how to skate. look at them out there. we'll have that impressive. >> you learn something every
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day. >> hair trend from the 80's unfortunately is coming back. young boys are trying to bring back the they're doing this on tiktok. the hashtag boy has been trending with thousands of young guys sitting in salons wearing rollers. it started when an influencer documented the entire permit process on tiktok and more on that. more than a million people watched it. and apparently they're enjoying it. since then. hairstylists have been seeing an uptick in requests for per and mullets mullets doesn't get much worse than that as well as curly top. so short sides parents are apparently getting a kick out of this because it reminds them of the good old days. some things should remain in the past. if it's up to me, that's what i would say. you it's that time of year again. the australian firefighters annual calendar is being released. you can see on your this. the money is raised by sales will be helping an american charity. the money will support greater good charities. it will be used to
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renovate animal shelters as well as homeless shelters and domestic violence shelters. the firefighter calendars have been released for the last 29 years and you can see right there on your screen there holding little animals. it's pretty cute. you can buy it on the website. australian firefighters calendar dot com cute. one way to put it. most say about tt. let's move on to the weather. you can see the 7 day forecast. this is what you got for the weekend heading into the week. >> definitely have a raincoat head handy as you head into the week, i'm going to help their report and it going to be you may be what one out there. enjoy your saturday. make sure you tune in tomorrow morning.
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