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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 sunday. thanks so much for joining us on the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm sarah stinson following it filling in rather for noelle bellow. now golden news to get to. but it's always good to get a good look at the weather. first. it was definitely chilly yesterday and into the night. and dave, it was chilly when i went to work this morning. what are we looking at for the rest of the day. yeah, good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. little shocking the system this morning is some cooler temperatures, clear skies, though, settled across the region. enjoy your sunday today because a lot more sun today that we had from yesterday. >> however, things will be
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changing in a big way. we get into monday evening. a look at what we've got right now as we see half moon bay and there's the sun not see the obstruction of much the way of fog or cloud cover. >> and there isn't much near home. so today enjoy mostly sunny skies on balance. a few little passing clouds, just a little bit in the afternoon. there's your temperature check. upper 30's napa, santa rosa. we see some lower 40's well inland in the east bay even around the bay perimeter in the mid 40's along the east bay shoreline 47 down to the south bay san jose winds not doing much at all. so we had everything in the recipe. we need clear skies fairly dry air and not much the way of winds to allow that radiation cooling to allow some cooler temperatures today will warm up to the 60's. but actually a little cooler than yesterday, even though a lot more sun going on a little bit of a cool breeze coming with that. we'll get into some of the weeds of that coming up in a as we start your early week, sarah, thanks. day. we like the sound of sun, especially because happening today, the 100 for san francisco mayor
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salute. >> to veterans parade kicks off. it happens in just a few hours. the parade was first held in 1919 and it continues today. kron four's camila barco live in san francisco. camilla, what can we expect from this parade. i know there's so much history behind it. >> a lot of history behind it. sarah, there's a lot to look forward to as well. army calling card, the drill teams, the marching bands. it's going to be a big show today here at the embarcadero right now. it's quiet. but as you said, it's going to get busy later this morning and this is all to honor and show appreciation for those who have served our country now has sarah said this is the 100 and first san francisco, mayor's salute to veterans parade. >> it kicks off with the bay area more motorcycle correlation. 39 units are participating in this year's parade and the festivities start near fisherman's wharf and and ad aquatic park. now
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as they're also set san francisco's veterans day parade dates back to 1919. the holiday is celebrated on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month and the timing signals the end of world war one veterans day. commemorates veterans of all wars and unlike memorial day veterans day pays tribute to all american veterans. whether they're living or dead. now, take a look at your screen because of the festivities for muni routes will change direction before reaching the end of the line and others will reroute the temporary service change starts at 9 this morning at 09:30am, for the f market and wards route. so if you're planning on you need today near the embarcadero plan ahead service will return to normal after the streets are clear. now the parade kicks off at 11 this morning. it starts at the intersection of embarcadero and north lloyd and and at aquatic park near jefferson jefferson. street. so like i
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said, it's going to get loud here in the at the embarcadero today. there's a lot to look forward to when it comes to this parade. and of course, the city is celebrating a veteran's day today. but just remember, veterans day is on november 11th. see if you see a veteran, make sure that you show appreciation and thank them for their service. sarah, back to you. thanks, camila. definitely good reminder. >> and that's going to be something we'll for tool took back in with her in about an hour to find more stories honoring veterans. all you have to do is scan this qr code on your screen. we have a complete page on our website and this will take you there. nice and easy. now this morning, a family is mourning the death of their 23 month-old boy who was shot and killed by someone while this family was driving on 80 california highway patrol says the victims may not have been the targets and just hit by a stray bullet just devastating kron four's. amanda hari has story. >> everyone i've spoken to
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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 they're 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 this white lexus sedan. a family friend tells kron 4, they were headed home from san francisco to 6 people were in the car. 3 adults and 3
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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 he's her 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. >> and we'll continue to follow this devastating story as more information comes out. but to get the latest updates sent straight to your phone. be sure to download our kron 4 app. just getting the qr code on your screen. it will take you directly to the app page. coming up on the kron 00:00am
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morning news. we have the latest on the festival in houston called astroworld that ended with 8 people dying. >> hundreds of people injured. plus, a strike is looming at kaiser permanente why nurses say they are ready to w.lk off the job. and a 105 year-old breaks a world record in louisiana. one is that record and what inspired her to do it. that's coming up after the break. stick with us
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>> well, 7. '09. welcome back. 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 friday. 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 state. kaiser employees in oregon and washington state say they plan to walk out as well. walgreens and cvs are giving out thousands of covid shots this weekend across california. cbs will start administering those doses to children ages 5 to 11 years old today. walgreens started yesterday. both are accepting appointments right now. all children, of course, must be accompanied by an adult. you can sign your child up for a shot on those companies websites date. >> chilly start today is we have some upper 30's in the
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>> welcome back it's 7.13. and if you didn't know you, maybe you didn't know the clocks fell back some got an extra hour of sleep on this sunday. dave spahr is here to show us what the weather is going to be like today. dave, did you feel gun? an extra hour of sleep are not really. i did. i did. you know, in the, you know, the cell phones. you can even put them in airplane mode but they know they got to calculate it all out there. so yeah, it's a it's a good thing. yes. so you have to do any work in this modern age or things done for you. you know, except the mic way by going to change >> anyway. so we're looking at today is a pretty nice day, at least cause medically looking be a little bit of a chill thrown in there for good measure. this is what half moon bay looks like. beautiful there at the coast. so lots of sunshine happening there. even the golden gate bridge to. we don't see much in the way of our tip traditional fog going on here. look at that. beautiful sunshine. not much of a breeze either that comes later will throw a little bit of an afternoon breeze in this too, will be kind of a chilly breeze with all of that as well as it will be pretty much
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of the northwest. so here's all the fuss. all this blob of activity. you see they're coming from the lower latitudes, meaning it's somewhat mild air support. and is this next system starts to make way, but they'll be some cooler air mixing in here aloft. that's also important too. upper 30's. you can see up here in the north bay. some of the inland spots lower 40's off towards the east bay east bay shoreline pretty much mid 40's. so it's a bit cooler across the region didn't have a whole lot in the way of winds overnight, dry air and clear skies all part of the recipe here. so for today, just a few little passing scattered clouds enjoy your sunday as we get to the evening oh, yes, some cloud cover overnight. it's just passing, though, however, it's not going to stick around and we'll start off probably your monday. pretty decently as the afternoon wears off the clouds will thicken and here comes the deeper moisture here probably around the start of the evening commute is when things do start, as i mentioned earlier, there's some mild air with this with some colder air aloft. that's a recipe for thunder shower activity. so we're throwing that in the forecast. so rain
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perhaps some thunder showers may be mixed in with all of that. there's the intensity overnight very early on tuesday. it's going to be a messy tuesday morning commute. another wave, as you can see it with intense rainfall favoring the north bay. but we do see a little bit santa cruz mountains as well. then for your tuesday tapering off into the afternoon. one of the winds do with all of this. as i mentioned earlier today, kind stiff breeze out of the northwest. it's a chilly breeze. you know, most of the region's pretty much in the teens are upper single digits with all about. then we get close to storm time. that's a monday evening. very early evening. there you see it starting to get active up here in the north bay timed out with the storm cells. we're just showing you the most, the arrows they've shifted southeasterly. so at the surface, somewhat mild air with that mild air packages told you about with colder air aloft. that's the recipe for thunder shower activity. also, we'll see some mountain snows out of all of us to for today. we got a few passing clouds mostly sunny cool breeze and all that for monday variable clouds on balance is pretty
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much mostly sunny start in that deck of cloud cover moves on in rain and stormy evening as we go and that that will be bay area. wide for tuesday. rest of the week. rain early on tuesday, clearing out modest warm is expected to finish off the rest of the week inland. we'll start to see some lower 70's for today. again, we're talking 60 to san francisco 64 open. 63 san jose. these numbers are a bit lower than we had from yesterday. but you combine the sun and you're still feel a little better, but watch out that cool breeze but feel a little chilly highs today. again, lower 60's going on here. we'll have your 4 zone forecast and didn't check that extended to sarah. >> thank you, dave. >> a memorial is growing at the astroworld festival gates in houston after 8 people were killed in a crowd surge during travis scott's concert. police are still investigating this morning. monica madden has the latest. >> never seen anything like >> 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
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music fans like sigh and chase to let loose in. they're there to have a good time to vibe and it would 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. everyone started pushing a cart that 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 than i imagined surface specials now searching for answers nobody's harden more than family members houston law enforcement say they will not know theecause 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
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violence hoping a thorough and independent investigation will give more clarity. so 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. >> officials have contacted 6 of the 8 families and are still trying to identify one of the victims. now they're also warning to avoid plane into rumors online but did acknowledge what about drugs saying there were several nar cans administered and that will be part of their ongoing investigation for now in houston. i'm monica madden. back to you. >> definitely something we'll continue to follow students, though, are back at yale back on campus after a bomb threat evacuated most of its buildings. police say the report of a threat came in at 2 friday afternoon. investigators brought out the bomb dogs to assist students spent hours outsize play chile as officers went through the
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campus rooms going room by room, making sure everyone got out safely. it was a statewide effort with about a dozen different bomb teams, including the fbi that helped on scene. >> we also fire marshal with each one of those obama teams 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 it was called into the non-emergency line which usually indicates someone from out of the area. the fbi new haven, police and jail. police say it remains a very active investigation. former raider henry ruggs will now face 3 additional charges when he appears in court. this week. he's facing 5 charges in total for a deadly dui crash last week that killed 23 year-old tina tintor. he was already charged with a dui resulting in death and reckless driving
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2 charges are for his girlfriend's injuries. another is for a gun he had in the car. ruggs is on house arrest after posting bail and is being tested for alcohol 4 times a day. his next court appearance is set for wednesday. in the south bay san jose police found this gun during a traffic stop. police say a gang member from los angeles was driving with a one year-old child. and during the car search police found this loaded pistol in a diaper bag next to the toddler. definitely concerning. the kron 4 is monitoring adele. a developing story from the north bay petaluma fire chief leonard thompson was placed on administrative leave. in a statement, the fire department said they are shocked and disappointed that thompson was put on leave. they described him as a strong leader calming presence and a unified voice for all southern sonoma county residents. the fire department says thompson's leave has nothing to do with the
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nefarious acts. they say it has more to do with him fighting for the needs of the fire department. it's unclear. if or when he'll be back in the department. coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news pfizer's covid-19 vaccines being rolled out in berkeley. why the school officials say the shots came right on time.
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>> well, louisiana, the 2021 senior games took place in one runner broke records on the track 105 year-old julia hawkins became. >> the first woman and the first american to run in her age division and the mcallister has more on this exciting event. >> senior athletes across the state gathered at southeastern university's track field in hammond to compete in the 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
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to track hopkins 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. >> running meal. know hawkins also got a special surprise from the lieutenant governor's as time started ticking away, hawkins became increasingly eager to race. >> this waiting but finally the time came. >> and hurricane hawkins took in one minute and 2 seconds hawkins crossed 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
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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 love. >> 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 and 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 been a great of a great run for anna mcallister. wgno news. >> well, that was certainly impressive who will be right back after the break. stick with us.
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though. that's when things start to change by the afternoon hours for right now. this is what it looks like in stormtracker 4. this is going to be some scattered clouds are talking about in the afternoon. the deeper moisture is down in there in the pacific in the mid layers of the atmosphere going on here. this is what we have in the south besides the credo just want to point out to some high cloudiness. but lots of sunshine from the south bay right on through the bay upper 30's up to the north. a little chilly starts 40's lower 40's and that and the far east bay 47 meanwhile for san jose wind check. they will favor the northwest later today. a part. but that will add a bit of a cool wind to the forecast. so you have sunshine out there, but it will feel a little chillier than it actually is. so and what sweater will be needed even though you need to change to 57 by 11 by 2, we're talking 61. so actually colder today than yesterday. coming up a little bit here, wolf. or have your 4 zone forecast look into that extended sarah. >> thank you, dave. in berkeley elementary school students filled up the first of many covid-19 vaccination
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clinics for kids. the city and the district team together to make it all happen. kron forcefully to call reports appointments got fully booked within hours. >> 10 year-old sage goldbloom admits he was a little nervous before he was inoculated at malcolm x elementary understandable considering the 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 a pediatric of pfizer's covid-19 vaccine. sage is just one more shot away from being fully inoculated. it was very important it 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 overall at the elementary school. the city of berkeley partnered with the berkeley unified school district to provide 200 doses of the vaccine for district
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students, age 5 through 11. we know that vaccines are safe and effective superintendent bret 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 at 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 i'm i'm sick. but just like number 6, knicks for kids are planned for next week in berkeley. legion ball kron 4 news. >> thousands of kids in marin county got their covid shots as well. the county has set up several clinics for kids. ages 5 to 11 years old. the turnout
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was huge at miller creek middle school and the demand for pediatric doses. it's very high in the county health care workers administered 500 vaccines of miller creek middle school yesterday just alone. officials say more appointments 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. >> 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 apart. officials say the goal is to vaccinate. 75% of that population with the first dose within just one month before that winter recess. now the biden administration, its vaccine
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requirement for businesses is on hold this morning. at least temporarily the ruling was just made by a federal appeals court. the biden rules would require businesses with more than 100 workers to have employees vaccinated by january 4th or they'll be subjected to that weekly testing. republicans sued to stop this. it is now on hold until the courts decide what to do with this case. now stay with kron 4 news for the latest covid information and that includes funding the vaccine for children and much more ought to do is scan this qr code on your screen and you'll be directed to the spot of the special section on our website. that's kron 4 dot com. 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 who doesn't need more costco. the company plans to submit. >> a proposal for an urban warehouse center some time this month. kron four's gayle ong has reaction reaction from shoppers.
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>> 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 traffic to get the cost going to be great because i live around here last month in of a vice mayor 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
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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 here in san jose. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news a dog is now it's families after fighting off a mountain lion will have that story. plus more after the story. plus more after the break. 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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kron 4 morning news in southern california. a brave dog is recovering from his injuries after he took on a mountain lion that got too close to his home. the pit bull is being called a hero by his family after defending their home and essentially saving them from the big cat. >> lauren has more 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
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moments rocky's owner mary 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 i need to get him the family frantic in the darkness caliing 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 where his called mary says he needed around 30 stitches and
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has injuries all over his body. but luckily he survived absolutely a fighter. absolutely. he owns up to his name. he's the rescue dog that rescue you. yes, he picks >> you can pull all. we're glad he's okay. that was lauren least are reporting dave. >> our enjoy the sunshine for today, things are changing as we get into tomorrow afternoon picking the right home. we've got temperature highs lower 60's, but least lots
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>> 7.44 and as we each got an hour of sleep. more. maybe today's a good time to get out. enjoy some sunshine dave spahr is in the weather center telling us that there's sunshine we can all yeah, good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. remember the sun sets a little earlier now because of the time change. so we're already the sunshine as we speak here but just hang rental 10 and you can join at that. >> we've got rain in the forecast that comes here monday. we've been kind of tracking a little bit, trying get some details. sfo looks good. no delays happening there. you would expect it. not even much the way of fog going on for this morning either. what we're seeing is a nice, big plume of moisture coming from the lower latitudes that means it is warm air. that means it is copious amounts of moisture warmer air tends to be able to support more moisture in it, then colder air. that's kind of learned from 3rd grade science class, but also combined with this is colder air from the northwest. a nice little recipe here to kind of ring it out a little bit, but it's a fast mover. so rainfall
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amounts are kind of a toss up right now. we'll have to see as we get a little closer here. so for today, some scattered clouds making just notp of that. and it's really the next 48 hours are the most exciting some passing clouds overnight. we should see some sunshine to start things off on monday. but there you have it. the parade of rain all through monday starting probably during the evening commute then throughout the overnight into tuesday morning. this is 06:00am and still some intense rainfall potential with us tapering off into tuesday afternoon as far as the winds are concerned, they actually shift a little bit coming in from the south. that's today now out of the northwest. but later on with this big plume of moisture there. get the arrows go by monday morning. and there's the heavier winds. you can see coming in by tuesday evening and to the over. i'm sorry, bye monday evening into the overnight by tuesday morning. still left with kind of breezy conditions in its wake of that initial onslaught of everything longer-range forecast models are not really as exciting really is that big
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hit. here comes a big plume of moisture. there is colder air mixed into that. so mountain snows will come with that package, which ahead? they haven't issued anything yet, but we'll probably hear more about this this afternoon and certainly by tonight. then we get to next weekend, the potential for another system between then it looks like kind of a dry week with some modest warming. by the time we finish off at week 4 zone forecast for your sunday. these numbers cooler yet they are even with sunshine 62 san francisco at the coast. the maybe 58 59 for half moon bay, lower 60's cover the bayside peninsula down to the south. 63 palo alto. a san jose only at 63 as well. 61 milpitas 62 for cupertino east bay shoreline lower 6062 for livermore coupled with this. don't forget, they'll be a little bit of a chilly breeze out of the northwest. 64 walnut creek. 64 berkeley. the 6361 for napa in 63 for santa rosa. not necessarily a major part of the forecast, but it through some lightning bolts
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in here because it's possible we might get some strikes of lightning with all of this particular when it starts. but it's going to be basically the heavy rains and the winds coming with this. not a major drop in temperatures and a gradual warm up by the time we finish off the week popping to the lower 70's by week's end. sarah. >> thank you, dave. 7.47 in the former air force pilot yuba city who once flew top secret missions is now riding around in style in his 2022 chevrolet, a corvette melanie townsend has the story. >> real type pictures. man cave in my name. of course, short there. >> it's not every day you get invited into an 89 year-old top secret man cave. if you're at the club and someone approaches you or you approach them for that matter. and if they don't show a challenge coin. >> and you do. he buys a drink. >> but then again, it's not every day you get to meet retired lieutenant colonel tony, the voc one.
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>> i said a pilot having no college education in never having even seen the inside of a commercial airplane. >> but knew his place was in the sky and he joined the u.s. air force in 1952 during the korean war. >> they called everybody together for an announcement. and the announcement was the air force would allow. wants and needs pilots and navigators minimum requirement. high school grad anybody interested? >> the began his gunnery training with the republic f 84 thunder jet at turner air force base in georgia before being given a top secret offer. >> i was asked if i'd like to. volunteer for something they can tell me. i don't think about. and i >> alongside members of the cia of okla became the youngest pilot ever fly a lockheed u 2 spy plane, a high altitude jet used for surveillance and reconnaissance missions that
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became a major asset to us. his training took place at the infamous area. 51 the u 2 was beginning it. >> area 51. >> and we were told that, of course, nothing about an area 51 or anything. we're going not with me. not a sign of it. then. >> i have no reason to believe in south of auckland had more important task to do than finding. you have foes. in fact, he flew several missions over vietnam and cuba in his 9 years in the cockpit of you to he then moved to beale air force base here in northern california and piloted the world's fastest stealth aircraft. the sr 71 blackbird, the. >> a wing commander. as i was leaving said, hey, you're interested playing the sr 71 yes, i was the first pilot. and yes, our program this 71 program to be shot at with the missile. this is all from the move.
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>> even after more than 2 decades of retirement from active duty of aqua still has than need for speed. not in the air, but on the open road. >> i've had. a court that since 1976 at least one. i've had up to 3 at one time. >> before his 90th birthday of aqua decided to take on another important mission. operation vet for that. >> it's the very first 2020 kids. see 8 that delivering. it's really hard to get iran article about a 95 in kentucky receiving or vent as a special occasion. and i thought, well, why not, tony, he's a fellow veteran and is a a good supporter of the community. he does a lot for beale air force base. well, it feels great.
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>> just need to come up to my thanks to a few string pulls by park and others at wheeler, chevrolet new city. the bachmann now has this sleek new sting rate. that seems to go as fast. has a jet plane. >> i loved to fly. >> good for him. he has melanie townsend reporting for us and to find more stories honoring our veterans all you have to do is scan this qr code. we have a complete page on our website. so you can honor our veterans and learn more about them and that qr code. we'll take you there. >> stick with us and 7.52 we've got a lot more to cover this sunday morning. now that we're all a little bit more. well rested.
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>> history in the making in san diego and a navy ship was christened in the name of a rights icon harvey milk's the usns harvey milk is now the first navy vessel ever named in honor of the activist harvey milk served in the korean war before he was discharged for being. >> in 1977 became the first openly elected official in california when he was elected to the san francisco board of
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supervisors. just 11 months later he and the mayor of san francisco were assassinated by a disgruntled former city supervisor. now a replica of leonardo's famed art work. the mona lisa is going up for auction in paris. none other. it's a copy more than 400 years old and it will go up for auction tuesday. the coffee dates from around 1600 and they are auction house, which is said it selling. it says it's likely the creator had close access to the original. it's believed this copy could fetch from 173,000 to 230,000 by the final gavel. another copy of the mona lisa from the 17th century sold in june for more than 3.3 million dollars. looks like the real deal. there. you know, it's getting close to the holidays when a massive christmas tree shows up. this is the people's
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tree which is making it across the country. journey from california to the west lawn of the u.s. capitol building in washington, dc it made a 2 hour stop outside the rose bowl in pasadena yesterday morning, the 84 foot tall white white for named sugar. bear was harvested from the 6 rivers national forest. its 3300 mile trip will end on capitol hill and that will happen on november 19th. still ahead in the next hour of the kron 00:00am morning news investigation in open continues after a toddler is left dead from a shooting. what officials are saying about this heartbreaking story. plus a new costco might be coming soon to san jose. what we know about the proposed plans and how locals are reacting. >> also a special day dedicated to honoring those who have sacrificed their lives in service for our country is the 101st san francisco mayor salute to veterans parade returns. we've got the details in a live report. stick with us right
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enjoy some sunlight which dates bar is talking about in the weather center day. be feeling well rested and ready for some sun. yeah. feel great today. good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. don't forget, though, the sun sets a little bit earlier this evening. so be getting dark a little quicker now. >> that will be the trend. all the way until we get the solstice. we are looking at a day to day before the storm gets here. that will be late on monday. but for today, lot of sunshine, maybe a few little scattered clouds and a breeze to throw in this with all of this east bay shoreline looks great, though. not much the way of fog at all this morning. a cellphone, no delays happening there either left hand side of your screen. that's little bit of the puma moisture coming from the mid latitudes. that means that's very warm air and has a lot of moisture with it with some colder air dropping south. we're trying to get all the timing down. pat here with all of this and expect more in the forecast package as we get closer to national weather service is saying some advisories will be coming our way temperature check. we have some 40's now up to the north bay. got a little warmer. now 50's, a good chunk of the bay but 40's program today on
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balance. we'll be a little cooler than yesterday. we'll couple this with a little bit of that. north northwest wind into the afternoon pretty much single digits to lower teens. but later on that will ship out of the south later on 59 at high noon at 3 o'clock. we're talking 61. that's even inland. a few little passing clouds. but were your shades where you go. we'll have more in your step by step of the forecast in just a bit. sarah. >> thanks table. look forward to that happening today the 101st, san francisco mayor's salute to veterans parade kicks off in just a few hours. the parade was first held in 1919 and it continues today. kron four's camila barco live in san francisco to tell us what we can expect for today. camilla. >> yeah, it's going to be a lot that people can look for to like every veterans day parade. there's going to be marching band. the army color guard drill team. so you can expect to see a lot during today's parade and this is to
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honor and show appreciation for those who have served our country now, sara, as you said, this is the 101st san francisco mayor salute to veterans parade. it kicks off with the bay area. more cycle coalition and 39 units are participating in this year's now the festivities start near fisherman's wharf and end at aquatic park. san francisco's veterans day parade dates back to 1919. like sarah said and really the holiday is celebrated on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month to signal the end of world war one veterans day. commemorates veterans of all wars. but unlike memorial day veterans day pays tribute to all american veterans, whether they're living or dead now because of the festivities for muni routes will change direction before reaching the end of the line and others will reroute. the temporary service change starts at 9 this morning 09:30am for the f market and wards route. so if
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you're planning on using unit today near the embarcadero plan ahead. service will return to normal after the streets are clear. now the parade kicks off at 11. this morning. it starts at the intersection of embarcadero and north of point. and it ends like i said, out aquatic park on jefferson street today it is november 7th. but like i said, veterans day is on november 11th. so if you see a veteran be sure to thank them for their service. sarah, back to you, camille. so good that we get to celebrate today and then, you know, on the 11th we should celebrate every day and honor these veterans. thanks, camille. we'll check back in with you in about an hour. >> now to find more stories honoring veterans. all you have to do is scan this qr code on your screen. we have a complete page on our website and this will take you there. >> meanwhile, well grants and cbs giving out thousands of covid shots this weekend
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across california. but now for kids. cbs will start administering doses to children ages 5 to 11 today. >> walgreens started yesterday. both are accepting appointments right now. all children must be accompanied by an adult. you can sign your child up for a shot on the company's web sites. thousands of kids in marin county. they got their covid shots yesterday and will be doing that today as well. the county has set up several clinics for kids. ages 5 to 11 the turnout was huge at miller creek middle school and the demand for pediatric doses. it's high health care workers administered 500 vaccines at miller creek middle school and 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. >> 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
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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. they're also getting 2 shots at least 3 weeks apart. officials say the goal is to vaccinate 75% of that population. but the first dose within the first month and that's before winter recess. the biden administration's vaccine requirement for businesses is on hold this morning. at least temporarily the ruling was just made by a federal appeals court. the biden rules would require businesses with more than 100 workers to have employees vaccinated by january 4th or be subjected to weekly testing republicans sued to stop this. and it's now on hold until the courts can decide on the case. 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 friday. they say
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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 pharmacists and occupational therapist across the state. kaiser employees in oregon and washington state say they plan to walk out as well. coming up on the kron 4 morning news a shooting on the freeway leaves a child dead. why police say the victims. >> most likely wore the target. and costco could be coming to san jose. why residents say a new store would help the city's economy. stay tuned. a new store could
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soon be on the way for shoppers in the south bay aside at the westgate was shopping center has caught the eye of costco. the company plans to submit a proposal. >> for an urban warehouse center sometime this month. kron four's gayle ong has reaction 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 the 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.
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>> it's an amazing idea because right now we have to go out the next press way. the traffic to get the cost going to be great because i live around here last month in of a vice mayor 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 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. you can
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reach out to the district one office here in san jose. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> got more sunshine going on for you today that we saw yesterday. but temperatures actually a little cooler added with that. a bit of a breeze to, however, stormy weathers, a set of set to settle in
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sunday. it's time to get another check of our weather with meteorologist dave sphar was checking out our sunshine for now and maybe some sprinkles later tomorrow wrinkles and rain actually and heavy route. and yeah, we had nice little program going on here tuesday morning. going to be fun for you. so. >> we've got the live view coming in from the east bay shoreline. all lit up. not much the way of fog this morning. >> and today shore, joy, that sunshine a little bit of a cool breeze going on. so don't let the sun for your golden gate looking pretty good, too. lot of runners going on just earlier, but people. well, it's still kind of doing a jogging or walking rapidly whatever nice day to do it, too, by the way, now upstream. what's going to change we got deeper moisture. as you see the mid layers of the atmosphere a little bit up to the northwest. you'll have some colder air filtering in all working in tandem with our program coming in here tomorrow night. 52 at this hour, oakland, 50 san francisco, but inland still got those 40's and up in the north bay to they have 30's. we're talking the last hour to
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51, by the way, for san jose projections for today. few little scattered clouds make their appearance today. tonight, passing clouds clears up though probably by morning tomorrow. and then here's that deeper moisture. we talked about with heavy rain showers potentially a couple claps of thunder and winds will come with that. we might have some wind advisory talk as well. now some of this rain will be heavy at times and work its magic overnight. here's tuesday morning. you see it breaking up considerably. it's a fast mover. so in total we won't collect as much as of 4 is a little slower. it will also come with some mountain snows. but since this plume of moisture is coming in from the in may send those snow levels a little bit higher winds. we have them coming in from the northwest today. but then they switch later on out of the southeast here in the approach of this plume of moisture winds start to pick up quite a bit by tomorrow. so the evening commute you might start to see some you lay commuters mature to have some of those winds cooking here out of the southeast. by the way, the heaviest winds will
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be somewhat short lived, but they might be enough to to pounce a wind advisory again, that will be put together a little bit later. so for today, we've got a few passing clouds mostly sunny cool breeze and all that monday's variable clouds for a lot of the day. but they'll be thickening up with those showers, probably close to nightfall rain and stormy evening overnight expected that will come. also with winds and then for tuesday, the rest the week, well, rain early on tuesday, clearing out, though, for the afternoon and then a minor warming trend pushing those numbers a little bit too. the lower 70's now for today. look at those numbers. kind of modest lower to middle 60's going on for much of the bay. generally speaking, mostly sunny again, a passing cloud or 2 breezy as well and across most of the district, maybe middle 60's. if we're lucky. we'll have more on the 4 zone forecast. but this underscores the fact that even with all the solar heating. it will be a bit on the chilly side. it will check that out. your extended it coming up in a bit. sarah. >> thank you, dave. breaking news overnight oakley police arrested someone involved in a shooting that injured 4 people
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last night. police say it happened on mallicoat avenue around 10 o'clock again in oakley. lieutenant paul, the beard with the police department says when officers arrived on scene, they found 4 people injured with gunshot wounds. we're continuing to follow this story to get you more information. so stay tuned. >> when we got here, we found 4 people have been struck by gunfire. we were assisted by the berlin police department in contra, costa sheriffs a sheriff's office. ultimately to people would die on the scene and 2 people were transported to hospital with gunshot injuries. >> officials say the suspect has been arrested and there's no immediate threat to the public. we will bring you more details as we continue to learn more. and we're learning more about a devastating story. california highway patrol is investigating a shooting that happened on 8.80. it left a 23 month-old boy dead. chp says the victims may not have been the targets but just hit by a stray bullet kron four's. amanda hari has
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more. >> 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 they're 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 this white lexus sedan. a family friend tells kron 4, they were headed home from san
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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 are 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. >> from the east bay to the north bay. now a 41 year-old man is dead after getting shot in vallejo friday night fully hill. police say it happened on reyes avenue just before midnight. they say they were responding to a shots fired
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call when they found the man suffering from one gunshot wound. the man died some time later at the scene. police say they are investigating the motive behind the shooting. this is the city's 16th homicide of the year. in fairfield. police are urging people to be careful with online sales meet ups after recent robbery ended in a deadly shooting police say 24 year-old kamari a strange met up with a 19 year-old man to sell a car through the app offerup. but instead instead of strange robbed and shot the man. it happened thursday on tyler street around noon. police say the victim died at the scene. strange was arrested friday and booked into the solano county jail for murder. police recommend conducting online sales. in exchange at a safe public exchange zone. still ahead, dewayne johnson's new movie red notice is getting ready to debut will show you a sneak peek after the break. stick with us.
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details on this week's entertainment report. >> yes, red notice is an action comedy. but with ryan and dwayne, it's more of a battle of the charm. >> nolan both. the second most wanted are the for the world. >> special agent john hartley. fbi. >> with you i mean probably to the most charming charismatic guys in hollywood. that's not a question. that's just that's bait. hi, guys. know. they're the i absolutely adore both of them. they're both so. >> talented and smart and funny and fun to to be working with >> hello, boys. so nice to finally meet you in person. >> got any better than was there a struggle? was there a struggle with power think you see like i want the scoop
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right know i fortune said to say was hoping there be a lot of drama, but i've known dwayne for just under 22 years. >> like that's what that's like. that's like walking tall days yeah. i know that scorpion before that deep cuts. yes. >> we kept it together. clear my name and hope you become the number one deep in the world lifting your partner up with you. still have one great. >> what to plant. some of like they're so are charismatic. i might well just go to the with >> could be a good movie maybe doug kolk was just reporting maybe we can check that out next sunday. now the list of this year's most popular baby names was just revealed this week. so future parents,
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listen up. it was live or is result release about their bye baby center digital parenting resource after 11 consecutive years is number one in the rankings. sophia was replaced by olivia s most popular girls. name. meanwhile, liam held its spot as the most popular boy name for the 3rd year in a row the 2021 rankings come from hundreds of thousands of parents who share their babies names with baby center in real time. some of this year's biggest baby name trends were gender neutral and unisex names like finley and tatum along with names inspired by nature like willow ivy and sage. >> seems like celebrities, baby name or something. we'll be right back after the break. be right back after the break. stick with us. be right back after the break. stick with us. only wendy's serves a better breakfast, with a better biscuit.
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>> good morniwg. it's 8.30 on this sunday will come back to the kron 00:00am morning news. let's start this half hour with a look at the forecast. dave sphar is standing by in the weather center with the latest. it's just a mixed bag isn't a day. >> yeah. if you take it in total, the next 72 hours or so. yeah, good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. today enjoy the sunshine, a few scattered clouds kind of paint the skies at times a little bit temperatures a bit on the cool side, even colder than yesterday and will be a stiff breeze with that. so it's going to feel a little cooler than yesterday. when you get the sunshine on you that will
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for a pretty good. so definitely shades. but maybe the sweater to go along with that be the pictures we have to. but right now the moisture you can see off to the lower left-hand side of your screen that's a little bit of tonight with some scattered clouds expected. but more on balance later tomorrow night by the commute home and not far behind. it will be some of that heavy rain we're looking at. there's the golden from a distance a little bit shaking of the camera because of some winds working. they're the chilly temperatures. still the 40's up in the north bay got some 50's breaking out here 52 for oakland in the bottle. 53 for antioch and 51 checking in for san jose. there's little bit of our wind. it's going to favor the northwest today. it will shift later on coming in from the south is an indication of this warmer plume of moisture. coming up our way 59 by high noon to 3 o'clock. we're talking 61 noting a few afternoon clouds. coming up a little bit here and will run through you again with the short term forecast is the longer range. and that for so sarah.
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>> well, dave, thank you for that. look forward to some sun like today and the clock fell back overnight. so we should feel well-rested to do so. daylight savings time has come to an end. we gain an extra hour of sleep. the time change continues in california despite the approval of a 2018 ballot measure to stop the practice. that's because proposition 7 itself didn't do away with the time change. you just gave the state legislature the power to do it. and so far that just hasn't happened yet. kron four's, ashley zavala has more. >> it's been 3 years since california voters agreed to take the first step to stop seasonal time changes in the state proposition. 7 gave the state legislature the power to get rid of them with a 2 thirds vote so long as the changes are consistent with federal law well, californians continue to turn back clocks. the legislature has been stuck on a time debate. it comes down something really simple and anyone can try to comb or ask their friends like you're
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and daylight savings time or do you want to get rid of daylight savings time assemblywoman lorena gonzalez, co authored the measure voters approved back in 2018 we have sleep experts. we have some medical professionals who think we really need to go to standard time year round. and then you have a lot of. >> parents in people who like evening activities who really want daylight savings time year round and authority we have as legislators, we have to get through with 2 thirds of the vote. >> so we haven't been able to get legislators to agree on one or the other because there are these long held. preferences before the pandemic hit some state lawmakers tried to get a measure passed that would have put california on permanent daylight saving time. but it stalled only thing we could do immediately to change it is by 2 thirds vote decide to go to standard time year round. and i just haven't seen us have the votes to do that really everything that's happened the last couple of years, maybe put this topic on the back burner. a little bit for the legislature.
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>> a little bit. but i actually had an expert reach out to me and they said, you know, covid reminded us that we should be outside more are you know that we were outdoor dining and part of that is stabilizing time change outdoor. >> i don't know if it's a winning argument will try again. to to get something through. >> that was ashley zavala reporting. students at yale are back on campus after a bomb threat evacuated. most buildings. police say the threat of report came through about 2 friday afternoon bomb dogs were brought in to help assist investigators students spent hours outside as officers went through campus room to room, making sure everyone got out safely. it was a statewide effort with about a dozen different bomb teams including the fbi. >> we also fire marshal with each one of those. but the teams that checked the building. they're very good at what they they're good at
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going in and determine locations where something may >> the investigation continues on who called in this bomb threat. investigators say it was called in to the non emergency line, which usually indicates someone from out of the area was calling the fbi new haven police and hit in yale. police say it remains a very active investigation. kron four's monitoring a developing story from the north bay put a little fire chief, leonard thompson was placed on administrative leave. in a statement, the fire department said they are shocked and disappointed that thompson was put on leave. they described him as a strong leader. calming presence and a unified voice for all southern sonoma county residents. the fire department says thompson's leave has nothing to do with any nefarious acts. they say it's more has to do with him fighting for the needs of the fire department. it's unclear if the fire department bring him back in the future. how long sleeve will last. the winter holidays are quickly approaching and
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medical experts are worried that you're letting the stress of preparing get you a in your health in trouble and experts say they're seeing more patients dealing with medical issues during the holidays. the patients are suffering from various conditions like uncontrolled hypertension and high blood pressure caused by stress. doctors say with these issues. it's important to slow down. >> have a routine. don't give up your wtlking. 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. >> take a breather is not worth it. doctors say it's okay to enjoy the holiday meals. but it's important to get back on track right after the holidays. maybe go for a nice walk outside afterwards.
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it is taking steps to avoid a repeat of the staffing shortages that recently forced it to cancel hundreds of flights under a new policy flight attendant who have perfect attendance could receive tripled or pay for holiday trips and all trips classified as peak period. we paid at 150% of their base pay american is blaming a shortage of flight attendants for all of its canceled flights and is hoping these incentives will help with that issue. coming up on the kron 4 morning news. how one pet's is now, it's families hero after fighting off a mountain lion. those details next. >> after the break. stay tuned >> after the break. stay tuned on this little cutie. why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate-to-severe eczema or atopic dermatitis under control? hide my skin? not me. by hitting eczema where it counts, dupixent helps heal your skin from within, keeping you one step ahead of eczema. and that means long-lasting clearer skin... and fast itch relief for adults.
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staring her down in the backyard. there literally right here looking at and i did. 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. in a terrified that he didn't know it was going to happen all like, oh, my god. i like i 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 you all the way down and it looked like his brain and the time or where his called mary says he needed around 30 stitches and has injuries all over his hpbody. 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 picks up. you can. >> way to go. rocky. what a little hero that was. lauren least are reporting dave. >> it's a bear buddy. you just don't. don't engage. that's too much to shoot. here's what we're looking at for highs today. kind of cooler. today's lower 60's. even they're going to see all the sunshine going on. this is curse of motion. before we get to rain actually expect tomorrow night into (background talking and laughing) ♪ ♪ (child) ...some people just go there immediately... at kaiser permanente, your entire care team is connected. so even a routine appointment can save your life. i am so glad you did this mammogram, so we can detect it early. everything looks great with your eyes, and i see you're due for a mammogram. should we schedule it? oh yeah that'd be great. a leader in the prevention, early detection and treatment of cancer.
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>> the next launch for nasa astronauts by space. x is now pushed back to wednesday. a launch. set for this weekend. but it was delayed due to poor weather at cape canaveral, florida. this is video from last sunday when the launch was originally scheduled weather postponed that one as well. the crew currently at the space station is set to return to earth tomorrow morning. and that 8.45 on this sunday morning. the weather here locally is looking pretty nice. at least for today. enjoy that sunshine hyundai. >> yeah. and the old nasa, they're called the uber space x to get a ride. they're going to good morning, everybody. we have some rain coming our way as we get to tomorrow night into tuesday. here's sfo no delays occurring there. but what a nice little program. we have much needed rain. although at times could be a little heavy watching some of the sensitive areas up in the north bay. and santa rosa, i'm well, santa rosa to but also down to the santa cruz
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mountains. these are areas that are kind of sensitive that the recently burned areas that are going to face some heavy rainfall. so that's being pieced together, folks, the national weather service are watching this. so those are areas that may pop up with later statements. by the way. meanwhile, where is that? it's still off to the mid latitudes off to the west. so it's warmer air, therefore more moisture could be suspended in it. we have some cooler air working in here from the northwest might have a couple claps of thunder thrown in there. maybe even possibly some hail, perhaps a little bit, but nothing that is probably going to deem it to become severe and that sense but heavy rain and winds that everybody will probably be treated to. let's walk through what we're talking about. few scattered clouds today. okay. overnight couple passing clouds will start your monday off. with some sunshine. but pretty quickly. here comes the cloud cover building on over here now here we go. the heavy rain gets in here towards the latter portion of the commute starts in the north bay very typical with winter storms. and then this comes with winds overnight. there you have a pockets of some very heavy
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rain into tuesday morning. we're still left with some of those pockets of moderate rain shopers but scattered will be kind of the story at that point today. the winds are largely coming in from the northwest, then they're going to shift a little bit coming in from the south just in tandem with that outskirts pop rain. we just showed you towards the evening commute tomorrow. here comes the heavier winds pretty quickly to the bay area. so. they're saying that there may be a wind advisory posted later. but this is a short window of opportunity to have those intense winds before they subside a little bit. still got to say it might have some power flickering going on with some of this always have some issues with that. so just a precaution. this is about the timing. we're looking at late monday through tuesday on that white perspective. really. this is the biggest, most exciting, if you will, over the week ahead now they'll be some colder air filtering in here. so we'll get some mountain snows. but because this is a plume of relatively warm moist air that may send the snowfall levels a little
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bit higher for storage than we'd like to see sometimes lower snow levels. we can store it longer. here's a look at the 4 zone forecast coming in for your sunday. they are lower than yesterday, even though a lot of sunshine, 62 san francisco at the coast struggling to reach 60. we have lower 60's and the northern end of the peninsula. bayside mid 60's heading down south. and in the south bay still lower. 60's, even places those sky dos morgan hill 63 east bay shoreline lower 60's tri valley 6264 walnut creek 63 for richmond. we're looking at 63 for vallejo 61 for napa, 63 for santa rosa get week ahead. it's the first couple days that are the most action going on the rest of the week as a gradual recovery to get those temperatures up around 70 or so. a couple lightning bolt here for the early onslaught of things might have a couple claps of thunder in there for monday night with some intense rain. our lows will stay in the 40's on balance. sarah. >> thank you, dave. this weekend marks the return of the la marathon was postponed last year due to the pandemic
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and running one marathon is stressful enough i've never done it. but how about 50 or even 100 this morning we introduce you to one participant looking to set an incredible record, one that is even more noteworthy considering she was never even supposed to be able to walk rashawn. hey, lock has this inspiring story from dodger stadium. >> jessica lynn reavis cherishes her mobility so she runs one step ahead of the next one landmark at a time. 26.2 miles. nearly 100 times over running means everything for me. it's literally my happiness. i caught him. have. >> jocelyn was born with a broken back neck and feet. doctors told her mother she would be will chair bound her entire life. never able to move on her own. it's unknown. why wiles going that way. my whole body was kind of like you're a year later. her
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healing begin my mom cause god. it was a medical and i got that in my body started fighting back. my. >> sorry, getting back together. still, she was encouraged to stay away from all strenuous activity. >> being a spectator at the 2000, 13 los angeles marathon spoke to something in her. she didn't even know existed and jostling became determined to run a marathon. she endured 6 months of training and was ready to take her mark. but she was only 17 and needed her mother signature of approval and mom had been against jocelyn putting any such stress on her body my thought was ok, get as many papers like pen signatures that you need to get. >> and then show to her and be like, hey, mom here, you have to sign on the space >> determined to prove her mother wrong joslin without and completed that first race
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after the second, she was hooked. 56 marathons. later. even the global pandemic couldn't stop her as she traveled across the country to get to the next race. rhode island, florida, even texas where she conquered the snow along the way. she began to set her focus on a new goal becoming the guinness world record holder for the youngest person to complete 100 marathons. she would also become the first latina in the world to do so. i get when you say, right. you know, to think about what she's been through. i admire your strength. >> i admire her ability to push through, you know, against all today, the little girl who doctors said would never be able to move without help. >> is on the cusp of that one 100th race right here in los angeles where her courageous journey started 8 years ago to overcome. >> all of those obstacles of
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the cancellation of this marathon going to happen. the traveling in the work and you just keep going anything is possible. if you liberty won it. >> just i wanna that's bad. you want it. >> these days. they call her joslin the warrior. is it any wonder why? >> jocelyn is race to 100 begins here at dodger stadium and will end in century city. but she won't stop the plan is to continue running marathons. but with less frequency, some of the injuries he's already paid for have been deferred to next year with the race cancellations due to the pandemic at dodger stadium. richaun a lock. >> well makes us all want to get out there and just run or get active. she can do it. we can do it. we'll be right back after the break.
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phone and you can get a whole cute video of them doing this. okay. moving on to a replica of leonardo's famed art work. the mona lisa on your screen and it's going up for auction. a copy more than 400 years old will go up for this auction in paris tuesday. the coffee dates from around 1600 and the article karial auction house, which is selling. it says it's likely the creator had very close access to the original. you can tell by this copy, it's believed the coffee could fetch from $173,000 to $230,000. but the final gavel, another copy of the mona lisa from the 17th century sold in june for more than 3.3 million dollars. the classic. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news in the next hour. a lot to get to an investigation in oakland continues after a toddler is left dead from a shooting. >> and we have the latest on the festival in houston called
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astroworld that ended with 8 people dying in hundreds of people injured. plus a special day dedicated to honoring those who have sacrificed their lives in service for our country. today. we're honoring them as well for the 100 and for san francisco mayor salute to veterans parade got more details in a live report. stick with us.
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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 thank you so much for joining us on this sunday for the kron 00:00am morning news we all got an hour more of sleep. i'm sarah stinson feeling a little bit more. well rested today dave spahr is in the weather center. he's also feeling more well rested and going to tell us how we can get some enjoyment of the sunshine dave. >> good morning, everybody. no, no, no. we all had a nice little sleep there. 9 o'clock. a lot more sunshine that we had from yesterday, although temperatures a bit cooler little bit of a cool northwesterly breeze will be dealing with today is going to flip around, though, tomorrow as we see a change of the guard and stormy weather is coming our way right now. here's what we've got going on for right there's a live shot
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of the golden gate and expect a lot more sunshine with that came from upstream, however, is some stormy weather. we're getting some influence from the northwest. some cooler air filtering in. plus a plume of moisture mild air. that means copious amounts of rain. but it's a fast mover, though, mid 50's right now along the east bay shoreline. 49 for livermore got 40's up to the north bay to 55 checking in to san jose. we're actually going to see temperatures move much more than that. despite all the solar heating winds are coming in from the north. so that will be a chilly breeze. so you want to wear your sweater in the shades as we see temperatures climb into the well lower 60's this afternoon. a few little scattered clouds to paint the skies coming up a little bit. we're going to walk with you. the winds, the rain that we expect getting into tomorrow. tomorrow night and your tuesday. i'm sara. >> thank you, dave. we're following breaking news overnight oakley police arrested someone involved in a shooting that injured 4 people last night. police say it happened on mallicoat avenue around 10 lieutenant paul beer
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with the oakley police department says when officers arrived on scene, they found 4 people injured with gunshot wounds. >> when we got here, we found 4 people have been struck by gunfire. we were assisted by the berlin police department in contra, costa sheriffs a sheriff's office. ultimately to people would die on the scene and 2 people were transported to hospital with gunshot injuries. >> so they're recovering. officials say the suspect has been arrested and there's no immediate threat to the public right now. we will bring you more details throughout the day as we continue to learn more. >> and this morning a family is mourning the loss of their 23 month-old boy who was shot and killed by someone while his family was driving on 8.80, california highway patrol says the victims may not have been targets and just hit by a stray bullet kron four's. amanda hari has the story. everyone i've spoken to about this police friends of the victims. >> as well as just people walking on the street to greet
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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 they're 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 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
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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 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 such a heartbreaking story and we'll continue to follow it as more information comes out. >> but to get the latest updates sent straight to your phone. be sure to download our kron 4 app just scan the qr code that's on your screen right now. and will directly take you to that page. in the north bay. a 41 year-old man is dead after getting shot in
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vallejo friday night. flight home. police say it happened on race avenue just before midnight. they say they were responding to a shots fired call when they found the man suffering from one gunshot wound. the man died sometime later at the scene. police say they're investigating the motive behind the shooting. this is the city's 16th homicide of the year. in fairfield. police are urging people to be careful with online sales, meet ups when you're going to meet up with someone you're buying from them or selling from them. make sure you do it safely because there was one that ended with a robbery and someone dying police say 24 year-old kamari a strange met up with a 19 year-old man to sell a car through the app offerup, but instead strange robbed and shot the man happened thursday on tyler street around noon. police say the victim died at the scene. strange was arrested friday and booked into the solano county jail for murder. that's why police are now recommending everyone to do these online sales and
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exchanges at a safe and very public exchange zone. a memorial is growing at astroworld festival gates after 8 people were killed in the crowd surged during travis scott's concert in houston monica madden has the latest on this story. >> never seen anything like >> 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 to 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 onstage. era started pushing that hard that the crowd started surging toward the stage of those in your back. but couldn't move it. all right. jesse chest 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. >> officials have contacted 6 of the 8 families and are still trying to identify one of the victims. now they're also warning to avoid plane into rumors online but did acknowledge what about drugs saying there were several nar cans administered and that
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will be part of their ongoing investigation for now in houston. i'm monica madden. back to you. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news. how one pet became its families after fighting off a mountain lion. plus, today is the 100 for san francisco mayor salute to veterans parade it finally is returning. we'll have details in a live report. first psoriasis, then psoriatic arthritis. it was really holding me back. standing up... ...even walking was tough. my joints hurt. i was afraid things were going to get worse. i was always hiding, and that's just not me. not being there for my family, that hurt. woooo! i had to do something. i started cosentyx®. i'm feeling good. watch me. cosentyx helps people with psoriatic arthritis move, look, and feel better. it targets more than just joint pain and treats the multiple symptoms like joint swelling and tenderness, back pain, helps clear skin and helps stop further joint damage.
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california, a breed dog is recovering from his injuries after he. >> takes on a mountain lion that gets too close to his home. he said not today. and this pit bull is now being called a hero by his family after defending their home and saving the family from this big cat or at least are has more from los angeles. >> today. this brave dog rocky is recovering, even playing again after going to battle with a mountain lion. mary, what happened to your dog rocky >> kind of friday night security video capturing the moments rocky's owner mary padres says she found a lion staring her down in the backyard. there 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
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and pretty much went up this hillside running. >> after the mount line. in a terrified that he didn't know it was going to happen all like, oh, my god. i like i 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 you 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 absolutely a fighter. absolutely. he owns up to his name. he's the rescue dog that rescue you. yes, he picks up. >> what a champion rocky that was. lauren least are reporting day. >> all right. lots of sunshine going on across the bay. look at those modestly in the lower 60's. well, well, the she got all that sunshine going on
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today. things are a change in early into next to be by your
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>> well, it's 9.15 on this beautiful saturday. we've got sunlight. we've got an extra hour of sleep we are ready to roll on this sunday and to help us figure out what's to come for the rest. the week we've got dave spahr in the weather center. dave. >> ready to roll are ready to rumba whatever is a little bit about, okay. we'll take a good morning, sir. good morning,
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everybody. beautiful view of the golden gate bridge, beautiful blue skies behind it. we're not intrude by fog off to a great start for a great afternoon. don't forget going a little darker a little earlier this evening, things are changing as we get into tomorrow. where is that? it's a source moisture coming in far down in the lower levels of up and down the lower latitudes. if you will. so therefore it's going to have a lot of moisture which to play with when it gets into town temperature check right now. upper 40's lower 50's, although antioch racing head 57 let's get to all the juicy stuff here now some scattered clouds today. overnight temporarily by tomorrow. we should be okay. they come back again. there's the big stuff for your evening commute lake commuters will be treated to this heavy rain. at times. i was going to come with winds scattered showers into your tuesday. winds today. they're out of the northwest. then there's a shift out of the south. so this is very mild air to another system that's fairly mild winds uptick weather service is saying there's a possibility they may issue perhaps a wind advisory with this, although the window
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for the heavy winds is relatively modest still may cause some problems out there. so little caution for today. we're looking at 62 going on for high san francisco 64 oakland 63 even for san jose just noting a few little passing clouds in the afternoon hours. but notice how much more modest these readings are going to get more into this in your 4 zone forecast and take a look at the week ahead. also with that extended sarah. >> thank you, dave. happening today. the 100 and for san francisco mayor salute to veterans parade kicks off in less than 2 hours. >> the parade was first held in 1919 and it continues today. kron four's camila barco live in san francisco to tell us what we can expect. camila. >> sarah, at this time organizers are setting up and preparing for the parade. if you're going to be there, you're definitely going to hear it and there's going to be marching bands and drill team. the army color guard. you know, the typical things that you might be able to see
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during a veterans day parade. but this is all to show appreciation and honor those people who have served our country. now like sarah said, p% this is the 100 and first san francisco mayor salute to veterans parade. it kicks off with the bay area motorcycle coalition, 39 units are participating in this year's parade and the festivities start near fisherman's wharf and quad heart now, san francisco's veterans day parade dates back to 1919. the holiday is celebrated on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month because this signals the end of world war one veterans day commemorates veterans of all wars. but unlike memorial day veterans day pays tribute to all american veterans, whether they're living or dead now because of the there's going to be some changes at to some muni routes. 4 of muni routes will change direction before reaching the end of the line
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and others will reroute the temporary service chain starts at 9 this morning. right now and there's 09:30am change to the f market and warps route. so if you're planning on using, you need today near the embarcadero plan ahead service will return to normal after the streets are clear. but the fun kicks off at 11:00am. that's when the parade will start at the embarcadero and it starts at the intersection. and barca garrow and north point. and like i said it. and at aquatic park. and that's near jefferson street. so plenty of plenty of places for you to catch the veterans day parade it's being hosted here today in san francisco. but just remember, veterans day is on november 11. so be sure bank recognize the service these men and women have done for our country. sarah, back to you. so true. camille is something we should do every day. and while we have you,
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what's the weather like out there. i know. >> the sun's out, but it's a little chilly. should people definitely pack that jacket. >> oh, most definitely. i am feeling very chilly right now. but i'm near the shade. i know the sun is out right now. so maybe a light jacket will do. i know that the wind a little light right now. so i would definitely wear a light jacket and maybe a scarf. but that's just my florida girl talking guys about out last year from florida. your opinion does matter. you think everything's cold. so >> one of the great >> and a former air force pilot and yuba city who once flew a top secret missions are many top secret missions is now riding around in style in his 2022 chevrolet corvette. melanie townsend has his story. >> real type pictures. man cave in my name. of course. there.
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>> it's not every day you get invited into an 89 year-old top secret man cave. if you're at the club and someone approaches you or you approach them for that matter. and if they don't show a challenge coin. >> and you do. he buys a drink. >> but then again, it's not every day you get to meet retired lieutenant colonel tony, the voc one. >> i said pilot having no college education in never having even seen the inside of a commercial airplane. >> but knew his place was in the sky and he joined the u.s. air force in 1952 during the korean war. >> they called everybody together for an announcement. and the announcement was the air force would allow. once needs pilots and navigators minimum requirement. high school grad anybody interested? >> the began his gunnery training with the republic f 84 thunder jet at turner air force base in georgia before being given a top secret
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offer. >> i was asked if i'd like to. volunteer for something they can tell me. i don't think about. and i >> alongside members of the cia ocho became the youngest pilot to ever fly a lockheed u 2 spy plane, a high altitude jet used for surveillance and reconnaissance missions that became a major asset to us. his training took place at the infamous area. 51 the u 2 was beginning it. >> area 51 and we were told that, of knew nothing about an area 51 there. anything we're going not with me, a sign of it. then. >> i have no reason to believe in south of auckland had more important task to do than finding. you have foes. in fact, he flew several missions over vietnam and cuba in his 9 years in the cockpit of you to he then moved to beale air force base here in northern california and piloted the world's fastest stealth
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aircraft. the sr 71 blackbird, the. >> a wing commander. as i was leaving said, hey, you're plane. the sr 71. yes, i was the first pilot. and yes, our program that are 71 program to be shot at with the missiles. this is all from the mood. >> even after more than 2 decades of retirement from active duty aqua still has the need for speed. not in the air, but on the open road. >> i've had. a court that since 1976 at least one. i've had up to 3 at one time. >> before his 90th birthday of aqua decided to take on another important mission. operation vet for that. >> it's the very first 2020 to that delivering. it's really hard to get iran article about
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a 95 in kentucky receiving or vet as a special occasion. and i thought, well, why not, tony, he's a fellow veteran and is a a good supporter of the community. he does a lot for beale air force base. well, it feels great. >> just need to come up to my thanks to a few string pulls by park and others at wheeler, chevrolet new city. the bachmann now has this sleek new sting rate. that seems to go as fast. has a jet plane. >> i loved to fly. >> that need for speed. that >> that need for speed. that was melanie townsend reportin 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. always stays calm under pressure. most importantly...
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thank you to all those sunday in the winter holidays are quickly approaching medical experts want to make sure you're not letting all the stress from preparing affect your health health experts say they're seeing more patients dealing with medical issues during the holidays. the patients are suffering from various conditions like uncontrolled hypertension and high blood pressure caused by this holiday stress. doctors say with these issues. it's important just slow down. >> 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
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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 slow down and get that me time. and doctors say it's ok. >> to enjoy the holiday meals. but it's important to get back on track. but every like to do after the holidays. american airlines is stepping up and making sure they avoid a repeat of the staffing shortages that recently forced it to cancel hundreds of flights under a new policy flight attendants who have perfect attendance could receive triple their pay for holiday trips and all trips classified as peak period will be paid at 150% of their base pay. american airlines is blaming a shortage of flight attendants for all of its canceled flights and they're hoping that these incentives will help prevent that in the future. we do too. don't for all of s flying the season. >> it's we've got a lot more to get to stick with us.
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>> good morning on this beautiful sunday. and welcome back to the kron 00:00am morning news. let's start this half hour with a look at our forecast because we've got in our extra of sleep and we have sunshine that we can all enjoys that, right, dave, that is true, that orange goes well to even though its past halloween still got that a tumble from that fall feel fall feels going for. okay. we were there. so we're going to have some of that tunnel field
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going on today. cooler temperatures, you know, but lots of sunshine. so enjoy all that. >> much needed rain. it's headed our way. tomorrow, however, it's going to kind of hit us pretty hard. what kind of some heavy downpours at times going on with that before it scoots on out of here into tuesday will be plotting all that .or you coming up in a bit. right now. this is we have for you with some of that moisture in the left-hand side of your strong as screen there coming from the lower latitudes telling us that that's warmer air. it's moisture with it's going to be more copious, if you will. it also pushes the snow levels a little higher, however live shot of the golden gate bridge from a distance. as you can see. and our temperature checked mid 50's along the east bay shoreline 57 for any auc still have some 40's up in the north bay and we started to talk to this morning. upper 30's in place. the winds today will be basically from the north and the northwest. that's another shift. when we get this plume of moisture here will shift from the south actually be a little bit of a mile ding trend. 61 expected by 1 o'clock and 4 through some scattered clouds and here at about 60. don't forget the
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sun sets a little earlier now because of the time change coming up a little bit. we're going to kind of time out this rain for you tomorrow and somewhat an eventful week ahead. sarah. >> thank you, in berkeley elementary school students filled up the first of many covid-19 vaccination clinics for kids. the city in the district teamed up together to make it all happen. kron four's phillipe to call reports appointments apparently up fully booked within hours. >> 10 year-old sage goldbloom admits he was a little nervous before he was inoculated at malcolm x elementary understandable considering the 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 a pediatric of pfizer's covid-19 vaccine. sage is just one more shot away from being fully inoculated. it was very important it now i can finally go see my grandparents. i'm
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excited for him. i mean, it's it's important to protect not only himself but everybody around overall at the elementary school the city of berkeley partnered with the berkeley unified school district to provide 200 doses of the vaccine for district students aged 5 through 11. we know that vaccines are safe and effective superintendent bret 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 at 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 of that. >> it can be less painful so that it won't do like i'm i'm sick. but just like number 6,
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knicks for kids are planned for next week in berkeley. billy kron, 4 news. >> she described it perfectly. you have thousands of kids in marin county also got their first covid shots. the county has set up several clinics for kids. ages 5 to 11 the turnout 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. they're also getting 2 shots at least 3
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weeks apart. officials say the goal is to vaccinate 75% of that population before winter recess. meanwhile, walgreens and cvs is giving out thousands of covid shots this weekend across california. cbs will start administering doses to children ages 5 to 11, of course. and walgreens. they started this yesterday. both are accepting appointments right now. all children must be accompanied by an adult. you can sign your child up for a shot on the company's web sites. and the biden administration's vaccine requirement for businesses is on hold. this morning and at least temporarily the ruling was just made by a federal appeals court. the biden rules would require businesses with more than 100 workers to have employees vaccinated by january 4th or be subjected to weekly testing. republicans sued to stop it. it is now on hold until the courts can decide what to do. thousands
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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 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 registered nurses, pharmacists and occupational therapist across the state. kaiser employees and will oregon and washington state say they plan to walk out as well. complaints and violations are piling up like the garbage around the san fernando valley home in southern california. it's not the first time officials have faced this mess. there has been a long history with residential homes and homeowners complaining about this local authorities have been alerted to the number of safety violations. rick chambers has the details. >> you know, he's a very troubled man. it appears a lot of things going on over there. they're just not.
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>> over. there is right next door and the man he's talking about is bama nor bobby cole dre. mister cody are is half acre lot here at the corner of an all done and qatar in is filled front to back the rats. you know, they come over and eat food off of my trees. >> you know, the place is just filled with garbage. something old. there must be 4050, vehicles over there. all the cane. >> drew lobe and sign and other residents around here have complained about this mess for years. we've also taken mister cody yard court. >> but he represents himself is what you call a vexatious litigant that social setting cummings that he sues other people for basically no reason whatsoever. and he's on a this now to be approved by a judge or a court to be able to sue anybody else at this point. but despite all the complaints and the legal battles. very little ever gets done. >> local councilman bob lumen field office told us that there is a long history with this property right now. in
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fact, there are multiple open complaints with the department of building and safety regarding this property that are currently making their way through the process neighbors say that this yard, which sits directly across the street from grover cleveland high school. >> is a health and fire hazard. but the city's process to change that is painfully slow and the cleanup at this site. nowhere on the horizon. well, he's a pit. you know, it's like living next to the junkyard. >> that was rick chambers reporting for us. 10 for this morning. now students at yale are back on campus after a bomb threat evacuated a lot of the buildings there. police say the report of a threat came in at 2 friday afternoon bomb dogs were brought in to help assist investigators students had to spend 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 and that included the fbi.
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>> we also fire marshal with each one of those obama teams 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 this bomb threat. investigators say it was called in to a non-emergency line which usually indicates someone from out of the area called in the fbi new haven. police and yale. police say this is still a very active investigation. kron four's monitoring a developing story from the north bay petaluma fire chief leonard thompson was placed on administrative leave in this morning. we're trying to figure out why. in a statement, the fire department said they're shocked and disappointed. that thompson was put on leave. they described him as a strong leader. calming presence and a unified voice for all southern sonoma county residents. the fire department says thompson's leave has nothing
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to do with nefarious acts. they say it's more to do with him fighting for the needs of the fire department. it's unclear if the fire department will be bringing him back in the future. we will stay tuned for more information. 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 this month. kron four's gayle ong got reaction 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 a 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 rest 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 mayor 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 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. >> enjoy the sunshine for today, things are changing getting into monday. all this getting into monday. all this action forces mond everyone remembers the moment they heard... “you have cancer.” how their world stopped and when they found a way to face it. for some, this is where their keytruda story begins. keytruda - a breakthrough immunotherapy that may treat certain cancers. one of those cancers is advanced nonsquamous, non-small cell lung cancer where keytruda is approved to be used with certain chemotherapies as your first treatment if you do not have an abnormal “egfr” or “alk” gene. keytruda helps your immune system fight cancer but can also cause your immune system to attack healthy parts of your body. this can happen during or after treatment and may be severe and lead to death. see your doctor right away if you have cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, diarrhea, severe stomach pain or tenderness, severe nausea or vomiting, headache, light sensitivity, eye problems, irregular heartbeat, extreme tiredness,
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>> it's 9.45, on this beautiful sunday morning and we've got no excuses. we got one extra hour of sleep. we can get out there and enjoy the sun specially because later this week we could see
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some rain dave's the yeah, we're looking for a tuesday morning will be for you. you'll be dealing with the yeah. monday morning. not so much a not so much for waiting at that point. and then by monday evening, that's what it's going to start hitting us with the winds in the package. by the way. >> sfo no delays going on there. no fog issues either. but what we're watching is way out in the pacific from the lower latitudes. that means it's much more mild air and has a lot more moisture which to play with. it's a fast mover. so it shouldn't cause a lot of problems. but downpours will be pretty heavy with the 2 colder air is up. also filtering in the northwest and that will be good for mountain snows. however, with the winds and the heavy rains may have some power issues with all of this, too. so it's going stormy feel no way to get around that scattered clouds today basically mostly sunny overnight early. then we clear out for your monday morning and then we're back to cloudy again. so base of the called kind of varied but cloudy over the next 36 hours. then we start to get the action. and here we go. this about 09:00pm
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so towards the end of the evening commute. it really starts to hit the north bay. as you can see, that will come with winds. by the way, and then most intense wind, rain and so forth will be done by tuesday morning and then by tuesday afternoon will subside all that. meanwhile, the winds they're coming in from the northwest right now. but once the system gets here, closer, we actually have winds coming in from the south a little bit. kind of underscoring how mild this year will be just yet another system we're getting hit by somewhat milder air not to a thrust coming in from the northwest. we get much colder air on the backside. so again, a little southeast wind. we may have some advisories that are posted with all of this even though this is a relatively short event and mostly done by tuesday morning. so that's what really sticks out of the long-range forecast boom that hit with the mountain snows. a suspect some statements on that too. coming up, fairly clear for the remainder of the week and a gradual warm up for those temperatures as well. okay. having said all that with the 4 zone look like for
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your sunday numbers cooler than yesterday, even though we're looking lots of sunshine, 62 san francisco about 60 happening at the coast. bayside peninsula lower 60's at that down to the south. 64 for redwood city 61 mountain view in the south bay, lower 60's 63 san jose, 61 for milpitas same kind of program along the east bay shoreline and tri valley at 62 for livermore and pleasanton 64 walnut creek and concord. 64 berkeley 63 for vallejo and fairfield 61 for napa and 63 back to a santa rosa. so here's what it looks like in the seven-day noting, maybe perhaps potentially some thunder showers because we're getting some cold air working in here that causes instability. but then it's basically rain story for late monday night into tuesday. temperatures don't bounce down actually the bounce up a little bit as we get later in the week. gradually warming up to about 70 for a high in the meantime, our lows old abbuhl into the lower 40's for those inland valleys. dave, thank
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you. >> okay. so former raider henry ruggs. he's now going to face 3 additional charges when he appears in court this week. he's facing 5 charges in total for a deadly dui crash that happened last week he killed 23 year-old tina tintor. he was already charged with dui resulting in death and reckless driving 2 new charges have come up for his girlfriend's injuries and another for a gun he had in the car. ruggs is on house arrest after posting bail. it's actually being tested 4 times a day for alcohol. his next court appearance is set for wednesday. something we'll continue to follow. >> in the south bay san jose police found this gun during a traffic stop. police say a gang member from los angeles was driving. >> with a one year-old child. and during the car search police found this loaded pistol in that hyper bag next to the toddler. and in sacramento, police dog is
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recovering after it was stabbed while as handler was trying to make an arrest ruin. a shout has an exclusive interview with the veteran credited with saving the canines life. >> k 9 officer from the sec pd had been stabbed doctor chris wong was already home when he got word that a sacramento police dog was stabbed and headed to the vca animal hospital friday night. officers were on the 5300 block of 9th avenue trying to arrest a man who had an active felony warrant for stalking and threats. the suspect fled through a back door armed with a knife. the k 9 handler and ranger went to catch him. and that's when the suspects tab ranger in the abdomen stab wounds to the abdomen are potentially fatal time is always of the essence. so officers drove doctor wong in a patrol car and with lights and sirens rushed him to the hospital hospital staff hurry to get 3 year-old ranger into
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surgery for his wound which pennants traded through the skin and lacerating his spleen. the surgery took 2 hours to take out the spleen, stop any bleeding and patch him all up. he was nice and stable throughout the whole procedure. and doctor wong says ranger should make a full recovery is such a strong individual. >> thinking hopefully go back to work within 2 weeks as long as things go well, more than 12 hours after the incident rangers partner was still by his side. their suv remained parked outside the hospital. it's always. a tough situation. >> emotionally the handler and their canine partners have such a tight bond and we recognize that they're doing such a great job being heroes for our community and protecting us that always that little extra. i'm blasting to see them recover and do well. >> in sacramento or so over the moon excited about how well just doing rowena shaddox.
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>> we're so glad you're ranger is ok. we'll be right back after the break. make sure you stick with us more to cover.
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>> welcome back. nowadays we're allowed to eat inside at restaurants. most people are vaccinated. but even so, demand for take out remains high. this is causing a shortage of items like plastic straws, coffee cups and to go
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containers. according to market research company npd group to go orders in september were up 20% compared to what they were 2 years ago. the demand is fueling the already worsening supply chain crisis restaurants are also having to deal with the rising food costs. all of the queue things dogs do of all of them. the head tilt a little too may be the cutest and a new study is showing some light as to why they do it. according to scientific journal animal cognition. researchers say that head tilting like you see on your screen is related to processing relevant and meaningful information. that means they could be reacting to your words are objects. that spark memories in the brain like the name or sound of a favorite toy. there are some sounds on tiktok. you can play and video your dog making cute faces like this. so check it out. take a look at this. a viewer sent us this video of a mountain lion that was spotted at a home in san bruno. friday
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evening. look at that. the viewer says the mountain lion was walking from crest. more canyon near clermont drive. this comes as police in san mateo say a patrol car hit another mountain lion last night on state route. 92 police say the cat ran across the lanes. they tried to stop that cap. but hit the animal in the nac in the accident. they say the mountain lion ran away afterwards. no word on if the animals in both incidents where the same outline or the mountain lion at the home. we just do not know. and a in our toes. famed art work. the mona lisa. it's going up for auction in paris. of course it's paris. it's a copy more than 400 years old and it will go up for auction tuesday. the coffee dates from around 1600 in the agricultural auction house, which is selling it and says they say think the creator had very close contact or access to the original. that's how good it is to sleep
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this copy could fetch from $173,000 to $230,000 by the final gavel. dave, what do you think does look like the original 100, 300 k down to some. mess with me put her own. yeah. i don't know why it looks like the original and don't packed in the car tomorrow night because it will get read your way home. it's the early commute. we're looking at rain early on tuesday morning. sorry, sarah clearing all of the afternoon buckle up. >> wind and rain. we will be looking for join us on the morning show tomorrow. i'll be morning show tomorrow. i'll be there. you like to. why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate-to-severe eczema, or atopic dermatitis under control? hide our skin? not us. because dupixent targets a root cause of eczema, it helps heal your skin from within, keeping you one step ahead of it. and for kids ages 6 and up, that means clearer skin,
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