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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news. >> now attend the california highway patrol investigating after a 23 month-old boy was killed during a shooting on 80 in oakland earlier today. and thank you so much for joining us here. during kron, 4 news at 10 o'clock tonight. i'm justine waltman i'm jonathan mccall. investigators say those victims may not have been the targets. >> and that little boy hit by a stray bullet. kron four's
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amanda hari has more outside of ucsf benioff children's hospital in oakland after speaking with family, friends about the victims. >> everyone i've spoken to about this police friends of the victims as well as just people walking on the street to greet this situation is absolutely heartbreaking. the family was at the hospital and we asked if they wanted to say a few words. they said at this time they do not. we wanted to respect that as the grieving the life of this 23 california highway patrol says a 23 month-old little boy is dead after a shooting on 8.80 saturday afternoon. >> they say they got the call around 2. this was the scene as law enforcement shut down part of the highway for several hours during their investigation. it was on a 80 by the 9.80 split causing traffic to back up. chp says the victims were traveling southbound near filbert street when their vehicle was hit by the bullet. they were driving
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this white lexus sedan. a family friend tells kron 4, they were headed home from san francisco to fremont. 6 people were in the car. 3 adults and 3 children. the toddler was the only one hit a family friend identified him as just for he was rushed to oakland's children's hospital. he died at the hospital. a family friend says whose mother was driving the car. she's a single mother. and these only child. chp says evidence at the scene may indicate the victims were not targeted in this incident. >> and the toddler was struck by a stray bullet. >> chp. detectives are still investigating this shooting. they're asking the public's help in gathering any information. if you have any information about the shooting reach out to chp in oakland amanda hari kron 4 news. >> kron 4 will continue to monitor this developing story for yoi throughout the night on air and online at kron 4
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dot com. you can get loose updates sent straight to your phone to the kron 4 app. just take your mobile device to scan the qr code on your screen and you'll be directed to our website in the north bay tonight, a homicide investigation is underway after a fatal shooting in vallejo. police say it happened on rice avenue around midnight. a 41 year-old man died at the scene so far no arrests have been made. this is the 16th homicide in for 2021 fairfield police, meanwhile, are urging folks to use caution when doing online meet ups. and for cells after recent robbery that ended with one person dead. police say the 24 year-old kamar is strange met up with a 19 year-old man to sell a car through the app offerup thursday, but instead investigators say strange robbed and shot the victim. it happened on tyler street thursday around noon. the victim died at the scene. strange is now behind bars at the solano county jail charged with homicide.
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>> now let's take a live look outside here in san francisco. there's a look at downtown on the saturday night. no fog or clouds blocking the shots. but. we are expecting some rain coming in later on this week. >> you need is much of it as we can get every drop counts kron 4 meteorologist dave spahr here tonight tracking the timing. >> high pressure builds to the latter portion of the week. we see temperatures nudge up a bit. this may be optimistic looking, but 64 san francisco 65 oakland again, a passing showers possible 66 for san jose. the wider board shows middle 60's over most of the region. 7 day forecast monday and tuesday are interesting. they're clearing out for the remainder of the week to about 70 and we fall back late tonight. >> well, today 1000 kids in marin county got their covid-19 shots. the county set up several clinics for ages 5 to 11. that's the new age group that's now eligible and kron four's learned that the demand for these doses is very high. and we're in.
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>> this marion county child is celebrating with a high 5 after getting pfizer's pediatric covid-19 vaccine. all parents are also congratulating their kids for being part of history it's like a life changing moment. i think we will be in really waiting for this not to this is incredibly meaningful. kids walked hand-in-hand with their parents during the process. >> some expressed or discomfort. others walked away and i don't feel health care workers administered 500 vaccines at miller creek middle school on saturday alone. we know there is demand in our community. as soon as we open these appointments, they filled every pediatric vaccine clinic this weekend. and later this month are full officials say more appointments will become available, but it will take time. doctor matt willis, the county's health officer says kids are known to be less prone to severe illness if they get infected with covid.
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but we know that kids do end up in the hospital. 24,000 children have been in the hospital in the united states 172 families have lost children to covid-19. >> it is a serious illness and we know that we can protect them safely and effectively with the vaccine this age group is getting one 3rd of the dosage given to teens and adults, but they must also get 2 shots at least 3 weeks >> kids like charlie say they can now enjoy more indoor activities, knowing his age group is able to get vaccinated. i'm excited to get its second you more stuff. there's about 20,000 county residents between the ages of 5 to 11 the county's goal is to vaccinate 75% of that population with the first dose within the first month in marion county. camila barco kron 4 news. >> the biden administration has vaccine requirements for businesses on hold at least temporarily the ruling made.
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by federal appeals court. the biden rules would have required businesses with more than 100 workers to have its workers vaccinated by january 4th or do weekly test. republicans sued to stop it. it's now on hold until the courts decide the case right now kron 4 dot com. you can stay up to date with the latest covid-19 headlines, including where you can find vaccines for your children scan. the qr code on your screen and you'll be directed to our website at kron 4 dot com. >> after months of negotiations, president biden applauded congress for passing his one 0.2 trillion dollars, infrastructure package in a late night vote on friday as kron 4 washington correspondent anna wiernicki found out getting the bill to his desk. not easy. >> and they still have his build back better agenda to try to push through congress. >> good evening. president biden called the bill long overdue after democratic leaders spent months negotiating with progressives to get the bill across the finish line. ultimately
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rallying republicans to get the job done. >> finally infrastructure week president joe biden took the podium saturday morning beaming. i'm so happy to say that the president praised the house for passing his one 0.2 trillion dollar infrastructure bill. late friday night a bipartisan infrastructure bill. a once in a generation investment that's going to create millions of jobs. >> modernize or infrastructure. >> and the bill was bipartisan 13 republicans voted for the bill and 6 progressive democrats voted against the measure because they wanted the social spending bill passed with it. >> the motion is adopted. >> new york republican congressman john katko said he voted. yes, because the bill, quote, includes responsible measures to pay for it spending and has been projected to spur significant economic growth. so disappointed and 13 of our colleagues. >> that just unable florida republican congressman mike wants told republicans in las
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vegas that his party now needs to focus on blocking the rest of the president's build b ck better have to do is to stop this massive. >> socialist spending bill. we just getting started. the president says he's confident congress will pass the nearly 2 trillion dollars. social spending bill. >> when they return from recess on november 15th. >> president biden says he will wait to sign the bill until lawmakers return from recess so he can think the democrats and republicans who voted for it in person for now in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> governor newsom released a statement about the bill saying, quote, president biden understands the need to build a climate like future and infrastructure package passed by congress builds on california's unprecedented investments to maintain and modernize the state. this historic infrastructure package stands to accelerate investments in our clean transportation infrastructure. help mitigate some of the worst impacts of climate change and accelerate new projects that will create thousands of jobs.
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>> still much more tonight here on kron. 4 news at 10 o'clock, including reaction to the president's infrastructure deal. finally getting through congress. what comes next. >> plus, get ready to dig a little bit deeper into your pockets for just about everything. have you tried filling up your gas tank recently. yeah. prices are really climbing. and even your thanksgiving dinner could cost more as well. >> pfizer could soon begin offering its covid-19 vaccine as a pill will let you know. how does health effect of it is in recent studies. there
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more news in the fight against the covid-19 pandemic. pfizer says that its covid-19 antiviral pill combined with an hiv drug reduces hospitalization or death by as much as nearly 90%. the hiv drug helps to slow down the breakdown of the pfizer pill in order for it to remain active in the body for longer periods of time. pfizer says it hopes to submit its stated to the food and drug administration before thanksgiving. to get your child vaccinated walgreens and cvs says it will be giving up thousands of shots this weekend across the golden state walgreens started administering the doses today. cbs will start tomorrow. both are currently accepting appointments right now. all children must be accompanied by an adult for more
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information on how to get a vaccine for your child. we have the details on our website at fox 4 dot com. >> governor newsome joined state prison guards and appealing a vaccination order for all employees. they claimed that if there's a vaccine mandate many corrections officers will leave their jobs instead of getting a shot state prison guards and staffers say they want his september ruling by a judge to be paused pending appeals. they say an exodus of workers would result in chaos california's 34 state prisons which tells roughly 99,000 inmates. >> thousands of kaiser permanente employees in california are planning to go on strike starting on monday. november 15th union organizers deliver the news to the giant health care company on friday. 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
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registered nurse pharmacist and occupational therapist across the state. kaiser employees in oregon and washington state are saying they plan to do a walk out as well. a new store could soon be on the way for shoppers in the south bay a site at the westgate west shopping center has caught the eye of costco. the company plans to submit a proposal for an urban warehouse center sometime later this month. kron four's gayle ong has reaction now from shoppers. >> so far. longtime residents we spoke with say they are concerned about traffic in space, but overall they think having a costco here would help boost the economy. >> right now with nothing but empty store fronts at the northwest corner of the west, west shopping center in san jose. >> and he did show prelates nearby and welcome the idea of a cost warehouse moving in as long as they're able to manage the parking. >> and the traffic. you know what, there's traffic right now. so. >> it's an amazing idea because right now we have to go out the next press way. the
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traffic to get the cost going to be great because i live around here last month in of a vice mnyor chappie jones announced the shopping center caught the attention of costco. wholesale. >> plan to submit a bid for the vacant spaces is expected early this month. according to the vice mayor's news letter. the costa would replace the old orchard supply hardware along with the current ethan allen goodwill and smart and final building. the building would be just over 160,000 square feet. if all goes well, the vice mayor anticipating more revitalization of the area. as a result, something this community feels is sorely needed. it just you know, it's sad to see that empty space this cbs not from here. >> and then all should. and people generally begin to get the feeling that everything is shutting down and going to change that. >> and we reached out to the vice mayor's office and costco for an update on the proposed plan. but we have not yet heard back. meanwhile, residents with questions concerns or input can reach out to the district one office
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here in san jose. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> for your money tonight. everything is expensive it. you're not aware of it. for example, the average cost of a gallon of gas here in the golden state more than $4.60. >> officials are also reporting a rise in the cost of your thanksgiving. triple a says that the regular gallon of gas here in california now for 62 a gallon. it was 3.18 last year. california also showing out the the most expensive gas and all of america. the bay area has some of the most expensive gas prices knowing in in the state but also america's well it for 80 a consumer advocate tells kron 4 that earlier that the high prices are the result of a global oil shortage and high demand. >> people want to be driving after being cooped up for so and the thai people want to take a trip instead of staying at home all the time.
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>> with thanksgiving holiday just a few weeks week. americans will not only be paying more for gas this holiday season. you'll also have to shell out more for the millet tell according to the bureau of labor statistics, the costs of things like meat, fish, eggs and poultry has jumped by 10 and a half percent. that means higher prices for turkey end all the fixins for thanksgiving. a nationwide labor shortage, transportation issues and overall inflation are hiking up the prices. >> turkeys are fed mostly on in the price of corn has doubled in the past year. so that means that to bring in full brunt out its. and so it's ready for your thanksgiving dinner plate. it costs farmers. much more than it previously. >> so he says that even though prices will be high. the supply should be there if consumers are willing to shop around it. >> as we look forward to veterans day, which is next week we're putting a spotlight on the heroes who have fought
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hard to preserve our freedoms from forcefully to call introduces us to 98 year-old. jake larson an east bay veterans served who served in world war 2. >> for jake larson. it has always been about god and country in december want to be 99. this 98 year-old us army veteran has lived a secret to longevity is don't the retired staff sergeant sits down with us after speaking to the rotary club of pleasant hill recounting his decorated military service overseas going war. 2 was but he survived and some 77 years after storming the beaches normandy, france on d-day. he remembers those with whom he served. >> in the infantry division. i was overseas for 3 years. i we were the first troops over after
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>> the jeopardy hit pearl harbor. he says he has had numerous brushes with death yet he is still around to tell his story detail in his book titled the luckiest man in the world. we cleared hit but he had plans to take over the world. you would be speaking german now you you wouldn't be free. larson will serve as grand marshal for the rotary clubs. veterans day parade this year as he did in 2020 in honor. he cherishes. sadly, he says all of his army brothers and sisters from war have passed people. he thinks about often especially when he returned to france on the 75th anniversary of d-day. there is a god. >> and every i thank him every day, every day. and we thank you. staff sergeant in pleasant hill phillipe djegal kron 4 >> you can see all of our veterans voices coverage at kron. 4 dot com just scan the
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qr code on your screen with your mobile device and it will take you straight to our website at kron 4 dot com. >> still ahead this hour, during kron 4 news, a music festival turns deadly in houston. what authorities are saying tonight about the recent deaths at travis scott's astroworld concert. >> and the u.s. navy honoring former san francisco supervisor harvey milk with the christening of a new naval ship. we'll tell you the details from san diego after the break.
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>> history made in san diego today when a navy ship was christened in the name of rights icon harvey milk the u.s. and as harvey milk is now the first navy vessel ever named in honor of a activists harvey milk served in the korean war before he was discharged for being in 1977
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he became the first openly elected official in california when he was elected to san francisco's board of supervisors was just 11 months later when then he and the mayor san francisco were assassinated by a disgruntled former city supervisor. >> by god. let's note that there is a cure in our lifetimes. and i do believe there will be just like him because we have to believe but for right now from here in the now also eimers is not stopping. so neither are we. >> that there is kron four's, grant lotus not theirs. also kron four's otis, who was all there to help in san francisco today with the walk to end alzheimer's event at pier 27 in san francisco. more than 2000 people came out early this morning. a lot of them wearing purple all ready to walk down the embarcadero other supporters got a chance to join in virtually. but it was so great to see so many people out there in person at last check this event was able
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to raise $800,000 and all that money is going to go towards helping the all timers association and also research for a cure. there's still some time to donate. we have a link on our website. kron 4 dot com and really as great as it is to see everyone out there. everyone's kind of agree we don't want to do walks like that anymore. we want there to be a cure. we want there to be some sort of hope for all the families affected by this disease. we don't want to stop getting together because it's great to see so many people out at the community supporting something. but we're hoping that this might be the last time we get to do something like this because that would mean that someone has survived all summers and they don't have to go through this devastating disease. so granted a great job out there on the podium. so did abc seven's reggie key was also one of the co-host today is there to help family. so great to see everyone. and while we want to see you next year and same token. jonathan, you kind of don't. that's true. means we're making progress on. >> your justine grant, great job today. we have more news
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on this hour on kron 4 news at 10 o'clock. still to come, we will take a look back at it. >> the chaotic scene that unfolded at astroworld fest. a music concert in houston, texas, last night. the very latest on the investigation and new details on what we're learning about one of the victims tonight city of san francisco. meanwhile says it has agreed to pay millions to the family of a man killed by a san francisco police officer. the evidence that led to settlements and the charges. the officer is now facing. plus more and more children starting to get vaccinated for covid-19. we'll take you to the east bay where parents lining up to get their children's protected against the virus. those stories much more justin and i will see in just a few moment
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>> now to a big story out of texas where 8 people died in houston. hundreds more were injured during a crowd surge on the opening night of the astroworld music festival. >> that happened last night in houston and investigators say people died and we've learned that an estimated 50,000 people attended then sold out show. we know that the youngest of the victims killed is 14. we've also learned that a 10 year-old boy injured the youngest of the victims tonight. he's in critical condition after being trampled on by that crowd. monica madden brings us the very latest on the investigation from the bayou city.
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>> the stillness here tonight is a stark difference from the chaos. we saw 24 hours ago all day we've been seeing people come outside of energy stadium to light candles and put flowers down memorializing the 8 young people who lost their lives at this concert last night. >> never seen anything like that. confusion and disbelief in houston saturday night. it was shocking to me it worries me a lot friday started as a night for rap music fans like sigh and chase to let loose in. they're there to have a good time to buy and it was not what we did yesterday. but things quickly taking a sharp turn around 09:30pm out of nowhere. just got crazy shortly after artist travis scott got on stage. started pushing that hard the crowd started surging toward the stage of those in your back. but couldn't move it all just a chance with everyone at one point a woman seen going up to the stage screaming for help. >> and i know that the images we've seen are hard to stomach
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than i imagined world surface. officials now searching for answers nobody's heard in more than family members houston law enforcement say they will not know the cause of death of the 8 individuals until autopsies are complete. i think that all of us need to be respectful of the families and make sure that we follow the facts and evidence so far little information from officials as to what exactly caused the crowd to erupt in violence hoping a thorough and independent investigation will give more clarity. so we'll focus on objective plea subjectively finding out and reporting what happened. >> how it could have been prevented lot of time and said a lot of unanswered questions answers. those left heartbroken. we'll have to wait for. >> the stillness here is a stark difference from the chaos. we saw 24 hours ago all day we've been seeing people coming and going outside of energy stadium to lay down flowers and light candles. all the memorialize the 8 young people who lost their lives at friday night's concert.
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>> monica madden reporting for us tonight from houston. meanwhile, we have learned there have been problems with the festival in the past. >> in 2019. 3 people were sent to the hospital before the festival even began after they were trampled trying to get in. scott was also arrested in 2017 after a concert in arkansas. he was charged with inciting a riot disorderly conduct and endangering the welfare of a minor. students at yale are back on campus after a bomb threat evacuated most of the buildings. police say the report of a threat came in around 2 o'clock yesterday and that's when the call went out for bomb dogs. students spent hours outside as officers went through the campus room by room making sure everyone got out safely. it was a statewide effort with about a dozen different bomb teams, including the fbi. they're on scene. >> we also fire marshal with each one of those obama teams
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that checked the building. they're very good at what they they're good at going in and determine locations where something may >> the investigation continues on who called in that bomb threat. investigators say was called in to a non-emergency line which usually indicates someone from out of the area. the fbi new haven, police and yale. police say this remains an active investigation. now former raider henry ruggs will face 3 additional charges when he appears in court next week. he's facing 5 charges and all for a deadly dui crash. this week that killed 23 year-old tina to tour. he was already facing charges of dui resulting in death and reckless driving resulting into torres death. 2 new charges are for his girlfriend's injuries and for a gun that he had in the car. ruggs is now on house arrest after posting bail and is being tested for alcohol. 4 times a day. his next court appearance is scheduled for wednesday will let you know what happens. city of san
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francisco is set to pay 2 and a half million dollars to settle a lawsuit. >> over a rookie officer who shot and killed an unarmed man back in 2017, it was rookie officer chris semi was 4th day on the job when he shot and killed 42 year-old kate o'neill. the officer was in the passenger seat of a squad car when he started shooting and did not turn his body camera on until after the shooting. the incident, though, was still captured on video because of the cameras automatic record reporting 30 seconds before being activated. the former officer faces manslaughter charges for the shooting. uc berkeley police, meanwhile, are reporting several gas thefts from cars that have been parked on campus. police say at least twice this week. a suspect or suspects have drilled into a car's gas tank in the upper hearst parking structure in order to steal gas. the theft did cause damage to the car's gas tanks and a gasoline spill in the garage that could have been hazardous.
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>> in the south bay san jose police say they found this gun during a traffic stop. police say a gang member from los angeles was driving with a onei year-old child. and during the car search police found this loaded pistol in a diaper bag that was located right next to the child. the suspect is now behind bars. will peace. police are conducting a dui checkpoint right now. it started at 9 o'clock tonight. it's lasting until 3 in the morning. they're letting us know that it's happening at the great mall parkway and south able street police are urging drivers not to drink and drive and to color. i'd if they need to get home safely. >> kron 4 monitoring a developing story tonight from the north bay where we have learned that petaluma fire chief leonard thompson has no been placed on administrative leave in a statement, the fire department says that thompson's leaveyhas nothing to do with any type of nefarious acts, right now. it's still unclear if the department will bring him back to the department in the
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future. now let's go to berkeley were elementary school students were welcomed. >> to the first of a series of covid-19 vaccination clinics. the city and the school district teamed up together in order to make this happen. kron four's will reports now that appointments. we're fully booked within hours of being made available. >> 10 year-old seeds goldbloom admits he was a little nervous before he was inoculated at malcolm x elementary understandable considering the have dragged on for months alright in the he says it was not bad at all. it was like a small pinch. you have that's it. after receiving the pediatric pfizer's covid-19 vaccine. sage is just one more shot away from being fully inoculated. it was very important now i can finally go see my grandparents. i'm excited for him. i mean, it's it's important to protect not only himself but everybody around of overall at the elementary school. the city of
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berkeley partnered with the berkeley unified school district to provide 200 doses of the vaccine for district students, age 5 through 11. we know that vaccines are safe and effective superintendent brent stephens says it is important for you to get vaccinated headed into the winter months when case rates could possibly just last week. 7 people berkeley high school. we're forced to isolate at home after testing positive for the virus. we have been experiencing positive cases each week throughout the course of this pandemic that's been especially true through the fall. >> and all of this is an important reminder that the pandemic is not yet over. the young ones understand though, that shot in the arm was better for that. >> it can be less painful so that it won't do like i'm i'm sick but just like number 6, more for kids are planned for next week in berkeley. legion ball kron 4 news.
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>> now. let's talk about our weather as we take a live look outside here along a very pretty shot. so it's not blocked by any fog at the moment of the golden gate bridge. looks pretty good. >> what's good day outside today really beautiful outside things will cloud up a little bit tomorrow as we get ready for some rain to roll in on monday and tuesday as kron four's dave spahr with a look at what's on tap. a little winter weather up in the sierra with us until midnight tonight. >> or tend to be sunday morning there, maybe pick up being up about a half a foot through all of this. that's it. wait to later on the week. that's when it's going to be exciting. okay. 02:00pm this. we're looking breaks up quite a bit. we even break up that cloud cover late tonight might get some star gazing. all of that when we're falling back into and as we go into your sunday looking pretty good with lots of sunshine. however, yes, some afternoon. cloud cover late in the day here. but the other issue will be that stiff wind. so it could be kind of breezy even though sunny and will be kind of fully you a little bit got through that sweater on it will be a bit on the chilly side. all right. here's what
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we got on a few little passing showers with all of this here. breezy lake clearing tomorrow morning. a lot of sun rather cool and we'll see temperatures in the lower middle 60's structure. little cooler next week. rain and showers early part of the week monday, tuesday zone warming up the latter portion of the week into some 70's us to the long-range forecast here for us. freeze it. that's the peg package of moisture. we're talking about down here. not quite the atmospheric river, though, just a plume of some mild moisture air cold stuff up north. this is a little we had last go around there go, we might get some thunder shower activity snows in the mountains. that's good news there. and breezes on pass. we won't get quite the gully washer of that sunday. you may recall rest of the week is fairly dry. however, taking us into next weekend, 4 zone forecast for us. 64 san francisco lower 60's at the coast. bayside back to the mid 60's. not a lot of variety here. san carlos 6765 palo alto. 64 santa clara 66 san jose 65 cupertino typical
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winter like pattern. the same much the same everywhere today. and also cloud covers with the ride 65 for walnut creek 61 for berkeley up to at 6464 napa and santa rosa checks in at 62. so back to monday tuesday. that's when most of the action is going to be here or there could be some thunder shower activity in there clearing out as we finish off the week. sunny weather as we get to thursday friday bumping up those temps just a little bit as the high pressure builds. and don't forget late tonight. you've got a fallback. in louisiana. the 2021 senior games took place today. and one runner broke records on the track. >> 105 year-old julia hawkins becoming the first woman and the first american to run in her age division. anna mcallister brings us more from the event. >> senior athletes across the state gathered at southeastern university's track field in hammond to compete in the
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louisiana senior games. but one competitor was the star of the at a 105 years young ponchatoula native julia hurricane hawkins laced up her tennis shoes and prepared to set a world record as the first american and first woman to race in her age group. >> she's always had a love for sports. she got this idea she heard about a woman who had run the 100 yard, dash 800 and decided that that would be fun to track hawkins a lifelong teacher had quite the fan base to cheer her on many of them are former students. others just adoring fans. if i get back to gym without a picture of you. >> and mail hawkins also got a special surprise from the lieutenant governor's as time started ticking away, hawkins became increasingly eager to race. just waiting but finally
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the time came and hurricane hawkins took in one minute and 2 seconds hawkins crossed the finish line of 100 meter so after the race, i asked hawkins what's the secret to living a healthy and life. >> mary a good man that you respect and love and like and is your best friend, then you'll be your life. >> hawkins has been passed away several years ago after more than 70 years of marriage, but through her grief, hawkins county, the >> running when you know, she just really thought her life that ended. so having this come along and happen. just kind of out of the blue that she has this fame and all this attention of people coming up and telling her, you know, you're my role model. and because of us started exercising again, it's really i mean, it's just giving a whole new lease on life. it's
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been a great of a great run for anna mcallister. wgno news. >> still ahead tonight, a brave dog takes on a mountain lion that gets a little bit too close to his home. but he was able to save his family from that big cast. >> american airlines taking new steps to avoid a repeat of staffing certain charges recently forcing to cancel hundreds of flights. >> and after the break, we'll show you some new jeans from samsung and that are very expensive to put that out there. they're not cheap. but it's part of the hot electronic gift ideas that are out there this holiday season.
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>> in tonight's tech smart samsung's new jeans with a smart phone pocket. rich demuro has more on the top technology gifts for the holidays. 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.
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basically you choose an avatar for yourself and microsoft will animate it using your voice. the feature arrives next year. the holiday shopping season is pretty much upon us. so what will be the hottest gadgets to get the consumer technology association. the folks that put on c s every year say that tech spending will reach 142 billion dollars this holiday season, which is about a half a percent more than last year on average survey says folks plan to spend about $541 on tech gifts. as for the top items on wish lists number 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
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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. watch the genes. i kind of like frame them drive them is a car. >> $1500. that's slotted. james got to get a lot of use out of those. it true that the winter holidays are quickly approaching and medical experts want to make sure that you are staying healthy and avoiding health issues that could be caused by holiday stress. >> experts say they're actually seeing more folks dealing with medical issues during the holidays. the patients typically suffer from a number of conditions like uncontrolled hypertension and high blood pressure caused by stress. doctors say with these
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issues. it's ok to just take a chill, slowed out. >> have a routine. don't give up your walking. don't give up playing with your your grandchildren. don't give up. going to church. don't give meditating etcetera have a routine now. do you need to spend 2 hours and your team. maybe you can't afford to our 15 minutes almost everybody can afford 15 minutes, 20 minutes. that's what i mostly tell patients slowdown. >> doctors say it's also okay to enjoy the holiday meals bud it is important to get back on track with your diet, making sure that you're getting good after the holidays. >> american airlines is taking steps to avoid a repeat of the staffing shortages that recently forced it to cancel hundreds of flights. there's a new policy now are flight attendants who have perfect attendance could receive triple their pay for holiday trips. all the trips are classified as peak period and they will be paid at 150% of their base pay. american
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airlines is blaming a shortage of flight attendants for all those canceled flights is hoping that this incentive. >> haha. >> you think the boss will go for for us. if we can perfect that his death insured perfect attendance. >> southern california, a brave dog recovering from his icjuries tonight after taking on a mountain lion that got a little too close to home. a pit bull is being called a hero by his family after defending their home in essentially saving them from that big cat. >> reporter lauren lister has more now from los angeles. >> today. this brave dog rocky is recovering, even playing again after going to battle with a lion. mary, what happened to your dog rocky >> kind of friday night security video capturing the moments rocky's owner mary
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padres says she found a lion staring her down in the backyard. there was literally right here looking at and and i got freaked out and started screaming was humongous. it was huge. it was very, very scary. she says one of the family's 2 dogs. their 7 year-old pit bull mix rescue sprung into action right back and pretty much went up this hillside running. >> after the mount line, the terrified that he didn't know it was going to happen all like, oh, my god. i like ip need to get him the family frantic in the darkness calling for rocky and then going to look for him fearing the worst. we're very terrified that he wouldn't come back. they found rocky bleeding badly injured. his head wound so deep you can see his lake. you can see all the way down and it looked like his brain and the time or or his called mary says he needed around 30 stitches and has injuries all over his body. but luckily he survived
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absolutely a fighter. absolutely. he owns up to his name. he's the rescue dog that rescue you. yes, he makes a point. >> you i'm morgan, and there's more to me than hiv. more love, more adventure, more community. but with my hiv treatment, there's not more medicines in my pill. i talked to my doctor and switched to fewer medicines with dovato. dovato is for some adults who are starting hiv-1 treatment or replacing their current hiv-1 regimen. with just 2 medicines in 1 pill,
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so much goes into who i am. hiv medicine is one part of it. ask your doctor about dovato-i did. ♪ recreational dungeness crab. fishing started after being delayed earlier this week. there are new regulations in place in order to protect humpback whales and sea turtles in the area. folks can use crab traps hoop nets in
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snares and fishing zones, one to 5, 6, that runs from the oregon state line down 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, which means you cannot use crab traps in zones 3, 4, because the whales and sea turtles can get caught up inside of them. even as more folks get vaccinated and consumers are once again ready to choose to in person at a restaurant demand for take out is still so very hot exacerbating shortages of items like plastic straws, coffee cups and to go containers. according to market research company npd group to go orders in september jumped 20% compared to what they were 2 years ago. the demand is fueling the already worsening shortage for a number of issues for the supply chain crisis as restaurants are already having to do with rising food costs. >> you know, it's getting closer to the holidays when a massive christmas tree shows up this year's the people's tree, which is making a cross country journey from
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california to the west lawn of the u.s. capitol building in washington, dc it made it to our stop outside of the rose bowl in pasadena this morning. the 84 foot tall white fir is named sugar bear. it was harvested from the 6 rivers national forest. the 3300 mile trip will end on capitol hill, november 19th and that gives them a just a couple days to get covered in lights ornaments, get the party started a lot of our folks have already started. there's you do halloween trick or treating saw some folks with their trees up in in >> can now owns that doesn't about news at 10. have a great one.
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>> get back on track after a four-game skid. this kid is officially snapped. the forty-niners beat the bears on the road coming away with a much needed win. yeah. enjoy for that moment. you know why in the locker room plane ride home. but now the red and gold are ready to get back to work. they still haven't won a game at levi's stadium this sunday gives them another shot. we've got a dollar. we got focusing that much harder up to 60 60 minutes will be against one of the league's best teams who've already handed the niners a lost the arizona cardinals for your playing only that you familiar with. got some type of.


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