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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 4. >> well, good morning and thanks for waking up with us. and joining us here on the kron 00:00am morning news on monday. november 8th. i'm reyna hopefully you had a great no, i did is i got a little bit extra sleep because of the hour. we got it got darker earlier. so i'm just on cloud. 9 at the moment. but our meteorologists on tribal tracking the weather because you probably didn't hear about it all weekend about another potential atmospheric river making its way into the bay area. so we need to know how to prepare. good morning, john. a couple things to know this morning.
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>> the first is definitely turn the clocks back because you don't have the latest are leaving for the house. the second is leave the house with the umbrella in the rain jacket. not that it's going to be raining for most of the most of the day today. but it is going to be settling in later on today. that is going to have an impact on us as we do eventually make our way into monday night, especially that's what our heaviest of rainfall can be expected. so here we go again. it's not an atmospheric river packing a punch like we saw last time around. but it is some significant rainfall and you will get wet if you're going to be out and about later today. not prepared for it. your view outside of the golden gate bridge right now is showing you a very clear conditions. it is not a rainy morning. so do not worry about that. we are off to a dry start. a couple of missed the spots that are upper elevations because of those low clouds. but honestly, things are not so bad out there. in fact, we're going to be quite sunny is the sun does eventually come up an hour earlier than we did see on friday because of daylight saving time and big by the time we reach our way towards the late morning into early afternoon. that's when we'll
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start to see cloud cover gradually increasing, then you'll start to see those showers working their way in initially from the west by 04:30pm starting to see a few of those showers drifting into the north bay by 5.30. couple of sprinkles evident along the golden gate in the bay bridge. but the real rain really kicks into gear after that 07:30pm starting to see moderate to heavy rainfall. the north bay starting to settle into the rest of the bay after that in a really well past sunset tonight after you've gotten home and hopefully got nice and cozy indoors is when some of the heaviest of rainfall arrives, the very heaviest of it scoots in after midnight then tomorrow we will have some off and on showers through the day. so that's the way it's looking. we are going to be seeing a bit of a wet start to your evening commute. but the real rain, thankfully pushing in after that evening commute. once we're all settled in so mother nature working in our favor, 40's and 50's for our current temperatures later on today. it's pretty solid. 60's weather at the coast or further inland. we're starting with more sunshine than we're ending the day. so get your
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errands and year walks with the dog done earlier in the day because later on today you want to hunker down and take it easy indoors. got more. your forecast still to come. first, though, let's go back to john, thank you for that. all right. it looks great out there. not seen any accidents. there is some. >> overnight construction on some of our highways out there like a long one. oh, one along the peninsula. let's get a look as you're traveling. >> from the east bay into the city a little under 10 minutes for your drive time at this hour, the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. you can make that drive a little under 13. the richmond center fell commute a little under 8 as you head out of richmond and the golden gate bridge about 20 minutes as you're traveling from the north bay into the city. we're going to weather and traffic all throughout the morning show. but for now, let's get back to the news. there's a family and they're searching for answers after their loved one is killed in an online sell need it. family and friends held a vigil to remember 19 year-old michael lopardi to, well, police say a san pablo woman killed him
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when he answered an online ad to buy a car. kron four's. gayle ong has that story for us. >> friends and family gathered for a vigil sunday night to honor the life of 19 year-old michael up you should to bury or had to be met your brother, your best friend was >> i just wish none of this on. nobody fairfield. police say look, credit was shot and killed on tyler street and fairfield thursday afternoon after trying to buy a car from someone he met online police arrested and charged 24 year-old come area. strange of son pablo with his death. his parents say he left his home in the nation to buy a car with money. he worked hard and saved up for it was very excited about it. he had a you need us. if it isn't about carmichael like everybody and cared about everybody. he was a. >> he had a big part future. >> back at the vigil. longtime friends dealing with the loss and paying tribute for someone gone too soon. you know, we saw is to be alive aorever to live.
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>> to the old all of us to it. to succeed in life to be have to be giving. to be happy with ary that gotten these accomplished, even though there were only 19. >> police have not released details on what led up to the fatal shooting and say the investigation is ongoing here in benicia gayle ong kron 4 news. >> ok. maria strange is set to be arraigned on charges tomorrow. and here's some safety tips the online marketplace offer up as some safety tips for people. if you're arranging meet for sales. they suggest you researched the person, the product and the place before you meet up with someone and in the event of an emergency or danger. you want to call 911, immediately. his police suggest making any exchanges at safe exchange spots in your area is critical. we'll take a look at this here. police say someone found a skimming device at this bank of america atm. take a good look at this.
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police say that person noticed a suspicious mayor with wires attached to the machine. officers say the device was disguised as teams rear view safety near the rear view safety near recovered. pinhole camera designed to record bank transactions card numbers and customer codes. so far there's no word on if there are any victims at this time. police on a arrested, a 22 year-old for shooting at a birthday party that left 2 men dead and injured. 2 others. the shooting happened saturday night at the home on mallicoat avenue. police say they were responding to a report of a woman screaming and shots being fired once they were on scene. police say they found the 2 men dead in a driveway and they immediately arrested the person they believed was involved. the 2 other victims were taken to a hospital detectives say all the victims knew each other. send out there searching for a motive. >> the sort disturbance family to believe when we got here, we found 4 people have been
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struck by gunfire. we were assisted by the berlin police department contra, costa sheriffs a sheriff's office. >> police say a 22 year-old that was arrested is from brentwood so far their name has not been released. well, the fremont police department is reacting to a per freeway shooting on interstate 80 that killed a 23 month old boy on saturday in a tweet. the department role this act of violence is not acceptable. they say chief washington has been in contact with oakland police chief armstrong and the mutually shared concern and outrage. the department says they are standing in full support of that family. we're going to show you video of that scene. this is from the citizens apps. each pieces. the toddler was hit by a stray bullet while riding in a car on a a they say 3 adults and 3 children were in the car with the toddler that he was the only one hit he was taken to ucsf children's hospital in oakland where he later died.
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oakland. police say robberies in the city jumped 15% so far in 2021 the department says they've investigated nearly 2200 robberies this year alone. well, to reduce your chances of being a victim. the department offers these tips don't resist for property that can easily be replaced. don't get distracted by your electronic devices. so don't be looking down at your phones. you want to limit the personal items. you carry on yourself just an id and a bait car. starting today. we're going to have to prove they're vaccinated in los angeles. it's a mandate that has recently are already been in effect in counties here in the bay area. well, the city's mayor says the rules are going courage people to get vaccinated and big business is safer for employees and customers. so city officials say they will start enforcing the rules into november 20 night violators can face a fine of up to about $5,000. take a live look now at san
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francisco international airport starting today. vaccinate international travelers can once again. is it the u.s. now the country's lifting a pandemic travel ban for people in more than 30 countries. the ban has been in effect for nearly 2 years. international visitors are going to have to show proof that they're fully vaccinated and a negative 9 to covid-19 test experts are also warning travelers to prepare for for flights. long lines. delta airlines is international. bookings have jumped nearly 500% and the 6 weeks since the reopening was announced. airlines are still adjusting though, and they continue to bring back workers aircraft sidelined because of the pandemic. well, in the east bay berkeley elementary school students. still their first of many covid-19 vaccination clinics for kids. the city and the district teamed up together to make it happen. quite forcefully to god. reports appointments got fully booked within just hours. >> 10 year-old sage it's he was a little nervous before he
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was inoculated at malcolm x elementary understandable considering the have dragged on for months alright in the he says it was not bad at all. it was like a small pinch. you have that's it. after receiving a pediatric 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 of 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 ccines are safe and effective superintendent brent stephens says it is important for you to get vaccinated headed into the winter months when case rates could possibly just last week, 7 people at berkeley high
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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 like i'm i'm sick. but just like number 6, more for kids are planned for next week in berkeley. legion ball kron 4 news. >> well, the cdc now says 70% of american adults are fully vaccinated against covid-19 the agency also says more than 80% of adults have received least one dose. the cdc says when you throw in americans, 12 and up the number is around 68% who are fully vaccinated. all right. we'll stay with us for the kron 4 morning news. we've got all the ways information going to take your phone out scan. this qr code
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because we've got more information on. if you're planning to get your children vaccinated where you can find those clinics at this is going to take you to a special section on our web site over at kron 4 dot com. he will come up on the cross for morning news. president joe biden plans to pitch his infrastructure plan to americans. >> we'll tell you what's included in the deal in a live report. plus, walgreens is closing more locations in san francisco. we're going to show you the ones that are set to close today. it will welcome
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back to the kron 00:00am morning news a time for for in irvine. check in your weather and traffic. >> things are looking nice out there on your roadways. but now you need to know what to wear today and when it's going to start raining because we're all looking forward to that. some of >> yes, a lot to look forward to today because we do have some sunshine this morning in the rainfall arrives later. so we got a little bit of everything going on for your monday. the first thing you need to know is obviously hopefully got all those clocks suggested. i know the one in my car is not adjusted yet. kind threw me off for a second. as i was driving in this morning. we are looking out there at the golden gate bridge, which is overall very clear this morning. we're off to a fog free start and a rain-free start. but rain is just around the corner that moisture plume is sitting right offshore and is about to work its way on inland towards the late afternoon today.
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timing it all out for you. so we're actually starting today with some really clear conditions. sun comes up in our earlier today and it's going to do so. it's really nice looking conditions. a nice sunrise just around the corner. we stay dry through the noon hour and into the early afternoon. but there's your rainfall sitting right to our west. it begins its moves to move its way into the north bay during the 4 o'clock hour during the 5 o'clock hours when we'll start to see hints of sprinkles elsewhere in towards 06:00pm to 07:00pm starting to pick up across the region. our heaviest of rainfall really doesn't skewed until after that, though, really after 08:00pm to 09:00pm, that's when you're going to start to see rainfall intensity picking up some of our heaviest of rain around 10 to 11 and then through the early morning tomorrow we'll continue to see on and off showers across the bay area. some snowfall in pretty good snowfall across the sierra nevada over there on the right side of your screen now by the time we reach tomorrow morning, roadways will be wet in through the day tomorrow. we'll start to see shower activity tapering off. but we
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are going have a slick tuesday morning commute into work. so that's the day that we're going to have the widespread impacts to travel today. mother nature's holding off just enough. that certainly wave an easy drive to work your drive home from work should be horrible as it will be during the beginning of that rainfall as for future cast of rainfall total santa rosa could see nearly 2 inches of rain nevado and napa. san francisco center fell closer to around an inch closer to half an inch in areas like san jose up to oakland in on out to livermore. so this is definitely some good helpful rainfall. not packing the punch that the atmospheric river of 2 weeks ago dead. that's ok, we don't want to see any flooding. and that's not something we're going to see from rainfall like this, which moves in and out pretty quickly while offering up a good, important dose of much needed moisture 60's for high temperatures across the bay today. nothing that is out of the normal. we're staying with some pretty familiar conditions here. as we've been in the 60's this past weekend. it is just going to be a day of transition from our dry weather this morning to the
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wetter weather later on today. rain stays with us early tomorrow. but tapers off through the day on tuesday, wednesday thursday on into the weekend. drying back out and the weekend itself does look fairly warm with highs back into the low 70's under sunshine rain. tom, thank you so much for that. all right. we are tracking your early morning commute as you're heading from the east bay and is city. >> a little under 10 minutes. no accidents or delays and the maze or along as you're traveling. let's get a look at the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. also no major delays or issues a little under 30 minutes free to make that drive in the south bay. there is an accident along 8.80 southbound north of one. oh one in san jose. it's still early. some not seen any slowing down along 1, 8, 80 in that area heading across towards sandra leaving richmond a little under 9 minutes. no accidents there. and the golden gate bridge about 20 minutes from the north bay into the city will have more weather and traffic. but for now, let's get back to the news. a sacramento area school is
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looking into a controversial question. the parents say was included in a history quiz garage. saga has that story. a classroom assignment causing concerns is some type of discipline used to be placed on this teacher. parents whitney high school art after they say they saw a multiple choice test question. >> in a history class thursday that question asked to define a group of complete idiots that gives the students the choices of the kkk. all of florida. fox news or texans. the story is kind of gont in one ear and out the other because they just sounded so unbelievable. people say the teacher is known for his humor. but some say the question was inappropriate. >> and at the same time seem to display. >> his political opinions. my son would come home and complaining to me this parent who didn't want to show us face or give us name for the story because the fierce backlash against this child who is in this class says one-sided political comments are an ongoing thing for this
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teacher that the question on that has just like really like obvious lee and that's out there. >> i think it's the first time that it's been really early. look at crossing a line that the parents as this teacher has made comments which are mostly directed against the republican party. we all have different police buses. >> you know, the united states, we all come from different backgrounds and everybody should be. ok with who they are in a letter sent to parents. whitney high school principal acknowledges there was a quiz. >> and said they recognized as shared the parents concerns and are conducting a thorough investigation that prince while went on to say they are committed to providing each student family and staff with the safe and welcoming environment. a matters will remain confidential appropriate, disciplinary steps will be taken the parent who has a son in the clot says he has heard this before, but he hopes to school makes it clear politics should be left outside of the classroom we've, you know, been happy with the school certain certain issues that need to be taken care of. to me. it
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doesn't we need to go back to the. >> we teach math english history and stuff like that and not have so much political stuff involved in high school. >> well, that was garage pasando reporting for us. president joe biden will start touring the country to promote his new infrastructure plan. the deal was sent to his desk after the u.s. house of representatives pass that bill friday night jessi tenure joins us live this morning. from washington with the very latest. good morning, jesse. >> good morning to you as well. the president says some of these infrastructure projects could start in as little as 2 or 3 months and timing really is of the essence here as democrats and republicans are looking ahead to those 2022 midterm elections. >> a once in a generation investment. that's the pitch president biden will make to the american people this week selling his bipartisan infrastructure deal he says will mean millions of jobs and more than a trillion dollars worth of projects to address crumbling roads, broadband
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access and climate change. i do think the voters sent a message on tuesday. they wanted to see more action in washington on nbc's meet the press white house chief of staff ron klain said last week's elections where democrats nationwide suffered surprise losses up and down the ballot, pressured the party to deliver a win for its voters. they wanted to see things move more quickly enough and 3 days later, congress responded passing the president's infrastructure bill, but but a lot of work went into getting us there over the past few months. i don't think the election alone put it over the line. but republicans are already building momentum off the results. it tells you we're going to win in 22. >> 32 republicans in the house and senate ultimately voted for the president's infrastructure bill. but during the republican jewish coalition's annual leadership meeting florida senator rick scott did not embrace it. the only thing that's bipartisan up there right now. is if we republicans will raise your taxes. >> and waste your dollars. >> and while promoting the bipartisan infrastructure deal. the president is
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continuing to work to win over his party on his other priority. the social spending, the social safety net and climate bill which does have unified gop opposition live in washington. i'm jessi tenure. thank you for that report this morning. jesse. >> well, coming up next on the kron 4 morning news police continue to investigate the deadly crowd surge at astroworld. we're going to hear from festival goers who were. stuck in the crowd.
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happening today. the walgreens on ocean avenue and would acre drive will be closing their doors forever. walgreens is set to close for other locations in san francisco in the coming weeks. >> due to a rise in shoplifting. the air. the company is already close. more than a dozen of its stores in the city because of the same problem prescriptions from that store closing today. they're going to be transferred to the location on ocean avenue and faxon avenue. this is a list of the other stores that are set to close next week. the cc cesar chavez street comment street. you may remember when this video went viral back in july. males caught on camera shoplifting from a location that is now closed. a suspect was also linked to 8 other shoplifting cases. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, a federal court is blocking a new vaccine mandate from the biden administration. why officials in several states say the mandate. we'll do more harm
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that we've got because i certainly did last night and now we're looking forward to a little more moisture. just how much moisture when exactly is that going to happen. our meteorologists on trail has all those questions answered and more. good morning to pay yes. we are looking at conditions today that are kind of a transition out of the dry weather that we saw this weekend in the. >> moisture that rain didn't mention that is ahead of us rainfall will make its way in towards the late afternoon. so between here and there. we're just going to see some gradual increase in cloud cover. but overall really favorable drive into work this morning. nothing really hold. yep. certainly not at the golden gate bridge where conditions are nice and clear. no fog out there to start just little bit. a low cloud cover. and because of that a couple of misty spots higher up in elevation. still no rainfall on radar and we're going to stay that way over the next few hours. we will see lots of sunshine this morning by noontime, an increasing cloud cover. and after that as we will really see are partly cloudy skies showers gradually


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