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>> now at 3 disturbing new video shows a hit and run in the east bay and witnesses believe the suspect car came from the nearby sideshow. we'll have more on the story. you'll only see right here on kron. 4. and pfizer's expected to seek authorization of its covid booster for all americans over 18 years of age will tell you how soon the shot might be available. and gas prices are nearing a record high in the bay area. some places or even chart charging up more than $5 for a gallon of regular find out if this is the new norm. now from
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the area's local news station. >> this is kron 4 news at 3. >> thank you for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3 this tuesday. i'm sanaz tahernia a violent hit and run collision during an illegal sideshow injures a pedestrian who's just trying to cross the street. it was all captured on cell phone video. and in this kron 4 exclusive kron four's haaziq madyun spoke to the man who recorded that video. >> this is video of a man being struck by a fast-moving vehicle. we froze it before the collision due to the graphic nature of the record as the video continues. so does the driver. he never stops. he hit and happened on telegraph near grand avenue in oakland back november 6 at around 12:30am. following the first fridays event. i was walking towards intersection. >> but i can hear the car swinging, though. this was the sound of a sideshow that
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attracted the attention of girod joe's he recorded the video. i heard the white car. >> coast region around the corner is a sign that we see with this card to it as as a follow them. i actually didn't even know that i caught the video because i was just following them. what i was holding my phone and it all kind of look at what my head and i just followed it. >> that not only did he get the video. if you listen closely, you will hear jones speaking to 911. dispatch after he called them on his business cell he talked about having the presence of mind to make the call while simultaneously recording the incident, but that you do have a business bonita pre-nup bald. and like you said it at some point you've got to you was the one thing and at the same time be able to. >> call the authorities if need be and be able to be a good just help out the hit and run vehicle is described as a white audi four-door sedan with dark tinted windows oakland police investigators
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say the victim suffered minor to moderate injuries and was transported to a local hospital them deadly, hoping that he survived and hoping that he's ok and he makes a speedy recovery anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact oakland police has made you kron 4 news. >> also in the east bay oakland police are investigating an armed robbery involving armored truck that happened earlier today. kron four's charles clifford has the details. >> well, here in oakland on tuesday, the police department is investigating the robbery of an armored truck. it happened near the intersection of fruitvale and 8.80, in a shopping center. there is an auto zone food. max police responded about 10 o'clock in the morning to reports of an armed robbery when they arrived on scene, they found this gardaworld armored truck which had 2 employees inside apparently, according to police, a suspect had come up fled the scene. now the poliue department was here for several hours on tuesday morning investigating talking to witnesses, trying to figure out what happened. looked like the crew. the armored truck
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was a little shook up. but fortunately no one was injured this point. the police have not identified any suspects. this is very much an ongoing investigation. but for now in oakland, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> the alameda county coroner's office has identified 2 people killed in 2 separate crashes last week in pleasanton. a woman died thursday night after crashing her car into a light pole. that crash was reported around 1030 on west last proceed as boulevard east of hop road. investigators identified the driver today as 23 year-old melanie police say she was speeding and hit the center median which caused her car to flip onto its side and hit the light pole and then just before 6 friday morning, there was a crash involving 3 vehicles on southbound 6.80, south of al costa boulevard, 60 year-old john ryman of dublin died in that incident. investigators say ryman lost control of his car after sideswiping a big rig. his honda civic crossed all lanes of traffic and crashed into the center dividing wall where
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it was hit by a pickup truck investigators do not believe drugs or alcohol played a role. and new today. we have learned the body of a woman found in hawaii. more than 40 years ago, belonged to a bay area woman valerie and more. shay was from san mateo county and her body was discovered in a park in hawaii back in april of 1978. has she been in hawaii for a few weeks prior to her death. police are still investigating any $1000 reward is being offered for information on her murder. fast food workers across the state went on strike today to call attention to their working conditions. this was the scene outside a jack in the box in oakland this morning. the workers are demanding that fast food companies provide better health and safety standards against things like covid and violence from customers. protesters were joined by elected officials at some rallies who touted ab to 57 a bill that would strengthen unions and offer protections
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to workers the vote for a b 2.57. is scheduled for january. and new at 3 governor gavin newsome opened up today about why he abruptly canceled his trip abroad to the united nations climate summit. the governor made his first public appearance since that cancellation nearly 2 weeks ago. our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains. the stresses. balancing your responsibilities of work. >> and also responsibilities at home. governor gavin newsome aiming to put any rumors to rest about his nearly 2 week absence. the governor tuesday in monterey making his first public appearance since suddenly canceling his trip to the cop. 26 climate summit in late october. >> for what he said at the time was because of the family of nation. he revealed tuesday that family obligation was halloween and the kids literally they kind of had interaction. they said they couldn't believe that i was going to miss halloween, mom and dad missing halloween. for them this worsen christmas missing christmas.
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>> and i woke up that next morning with some things probably from a lot of parents that knot in your stomach. tim joyce had to cancel that trip. >> his fireside chat at the california economic summit. tuesday was his first public appearance since october 27th. that's when he got his covid-19 booster shot live in the bay area. his nearly 2 o question whether the booster brought illness. the governor said tuesday. it did not at all. literally the flu shot. >> is what i'm a little. still a little sore about literally not figuratively. a little sore about. not the booster shot. >> although away from public view. newsome said he did spend last week in the office working on port issues. the state's covid-19 winter surge strategy and his version of the state budget and it's been a problem. most productive week i've had since i've been governor at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron 4 news. pfizer has asked for fda authorization for its covid-19 booster shot for anyone age 18
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or older currently both the pfizer and moderna boosters are approved only for people 65 years and up or. >> those with compromised immune systems or people who work in high-risk settings. now, if the fda grants the new request that would fulfill and the biden administration's goal of providing booster shots for all adults. and happening today. sonoma county is hosting vaccination clinics at 2 schools in the county. these are for students and their families. the first clinic will take place at greenville elementary school. that clinic starts at one 30 started at one 30 this afternoon. the second clinic will be a jefferson elementary school in cloverdale that clinic will start at 3.30 and in the east bay, people in berkeley can now register for a shots for kids between the ages of 5.11. the next clinic will be happening on november 13th at rosa parks elementary school over the weekend. the clinic at malcolm x elementary vaccinated 200 students. we have more information on vaccine clinics all across the bay area on our website. kron
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4 dot com. the san francisco department of elections has certified a petition to seek the recall of district attorney jason levine, a small special election for voters is set for june 7th of next year. and certification comes as continues to face heavy criticism for his handling of several high-profile crimes. the organization stand with chesa boudin reacted with this statement that reads, quote, it's no surprise that this radical recall has bought its way on to the ballot. we saw the exact same thing happened with governor newsom's recall confidence. san francisco voters will reject this republican funded and indoors to efforts. switching gears. now to take a look at our forecast and a live look at the golden gate bridge. a few lingering showers today after the rain last night and into the morning. it's like the sun wants to creep in. but those foggy the fog isn't allowing it. so is the rest of the week look like meteorologist dave spahr joins us now with the sanaa's and probably the next
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couple of hours. you might have a chance of grabbing rainbows in a situation like this. as you mentioned, the sun is trying to fight its way through a little bit. >> and we have all this moisture at the surface and the fog and all of that will play into your evening forecast on storm tracker for a couple little splotches here. so for your ride home, it's going to be one of those games of the windshield wipers. you keep reaching for it on off on off as we're kind of in that in-between zone. but upstream. what does it look like high pressure will be dominating will have some dry air filtering in here. temperatures are going to do much tomorrow. but later on this week they will. and we'll go into a mostly tomorrow's tricky with all this low level moisture here. both temperature wise in sky wise here. some of the fog in the cloud cover east bay shoreline here. this will be filtering in with some fog later optimistically somewhat partly cloudy. partly cloudy into the overnight temperature check. not moving too much. we drop out of the 60's into the 50's. but that's going help reduce some bay area fog and even in those inland areas, here's how it goes. we have all this moisture at the surface
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temperatures drop and per ticket to get a clear patch. that's that radiational cooling and temperatures reach the dewpoint boom. you get that inland fog in the east bay up to the north bay in some of the valley's even on the santa clara valley as well. so it's not our tippett typical advection fog that we get. this is driven more by the surface moisture because of the recent rains. we get into tomorrow morning. once the sun starts to join us. depending how much clearing will go into the clear temperature check again across the region. we've got the lower to middle 60's. coming up a little bit here. we'll take a look at what that week day forecast looks like some thank you, dave. >> now warning has been issued for lake del val and alameda county. these are pictures from the department of water resources who has issued the algae bloom advisory, swimmers and boaters are encouraged to stay out of the water. the algae bloom is also dangerous for pets. exposure can cause irritation of the eyes, nose and mouth headaches rashes all sirs vomiting, diarrhea and other cold and flu like symptoms. coming up today here
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on kron, 4 news at 3 to south county, a southern california couple saying they will never recover from the trauma after a nightmare ivf embryo mix-up. >> the legal battle now under way. also a bay area man sought by fbi for his participation in the january 6 insurrection is seeking asylum in another country. we'll have details ahead. when gas doesn't seem to be getting any cheaper live in south bay where drivers will have today just a little deeper into their wallets
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>> for your money. now, the pain at the pump is getting worse. bay area. gas prices are now at jing into record territory. kron four's rob fladeboe joins us live from san jose, where a gallon of regular is now selling for over $5 at some stations. rob, that afternoon. >> good afternoon, sun. as you gas prices tend to be a little bit higher at stations near the and if you can make it out or not. but we've got $5.9 a gallon here for regular at this a chevron station on north first street about a mile or so from the airport. but we're starting to see these higher prices. now elsewhere to all over town. as a matter of fact, take a look. >> here on the corner of blossom. hill in snow avenue in san jose. 2 stations are selling a gallon of regular for over 5 bucks. a gallon. well, a 3rd is at 4.99 and
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people are digging deep to pay for it. i'm a college student. i knew an hour away. so it's really expensive. regular gas prices have hit an all-time high in some parts of the bay area. aaa says the average price for regular unleaded in san francisco is $4.84. a gallon. it's 4.76 in san jose. and for 75 in oakland discount outlets like rotten robbie are some $0.40 cheaper. i asked robinson oil ceo tom robinson. what's going on? you always have to start with crude oil. >> and crude oil wasn't that long ago in the 40's and now it's over. 80 and so where crude oil goes gasoline prices will go california's gas prices are among the highest in the nation in the bay area is tops in california. higher taxes are partly to blame but supply and demand is also at work here with the pandemic. also playing rule says robinson. and that's that's really an issue that is way bigger than just just the energy sector sector. you
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know, there's there's a lot of demand on a lot of products, lot of services, lot of stuff and and and that's why you've got some of the supply challenges. and it's not just gas diesel will set you back 4.86 a gallon on average. that's up from 3.50 a gallon one year ago. now something else that that if you are is my pick up on particularly suv and truck drivers up until recently, the pump stopped at a $100. believe it or not, the only $100. that's not enough to fill a tank in some cases. >> i found out today that now many pumps now upped that to a $125 and some cases that's still not enough to fill up a tank at more than $5. a gallon live in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news anchor on that when the times and i'm happy i don't have a car. >> now so far this month. tahoe area has seen a fair amount of snow and they are expected to get more snow today and this week. but the ski resorts need a lot more
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snow to stay open. dennis shanahan explains. >> usually will start with high skill level that beginning in the fall. >> when the cold front comes through we're just not seeing that with the storm right now. a is meteorologists and writer of the tahoe daily snowy ski industry forecast on open snow, dot com. he explains what the storms we've seen so far this season have not been enough to keep area ski resorts open unfortunately, we're not getting cold air behind the storm. so we're not getting cold storms yet. so. >> we're getting snow on top of warm ground that smelling from underneath and from above with the warm air behind the storms. so the precipitation also. but not great for skiing at colder storms with snow that sticks at lower elevations are also important for california's water supply into the spring and summer. >> snowmelt accounts for an estimated 30% of california's fresh water needs. according to the department of water resources. but now is way too soon to panic about the possibility of another bad year. well, a is upbeat. >> it's just the beginning of
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november. and i know everyone's nc because of the best seasons we've had. but it's super early. we've had a lot of precipitation already. so i like where we're at with getting storms. you know, one or 2 a week right now. it's not why it's not dry and so. >> that's a good sign. going into the season and the big good cold storms don't usually get rolling to mid december. a lot of times we're waiting. so right around the holiday week, you know, christmas to new year's time frame. we start getting the good storms in the meantime, from hoping to see some colder air next and gets the snow making really up and running and then some colder storms later in the month. >> that was dennis shanahan reporting. now back here in the bay area. the rain is starting to make its way out of the region. so what does the rest of the week. a look like dave spahr is in the weather center dave, those are like some serious hanging overhead kind of scary a little bit, aren't they. yeah, and that that will be moving out. we will be going into an improved sky condition. forecast starting tomorrow. looks like. >> storm tracker. 4 is a couple splotches leftover and on the snow story. by the way,
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one of little wrinkle with all of this. why we need so much snow during the winter months is for hydroelectric power that has been kind of timed out. we get into those spring months and it starts to fall live shot coming in from half moon. bay, ca looks kind of the dreary here as well. we are taking care of some last minute drizzle left over. so having said all that, what does it look like going into the evening hours. we'll see some clearing happening, but that will just help reduce some of that fog. both around the bay in those inland spots, we might have some stray sprinkles hanging on early tomorrow morning. some stray clouds as well. this is very optimistic of opening up the skies by tomorrow afternoon secondary issue, though, we're talking about temperatures here, but also all that moisture the ground. well, it has to evaporate and by doing so a little bit. that tends to rob our high temperatures. so sometimes it's a little bit tricky in doing that. 53 expected for san francisco. no lightning efforts. take that out. but i do want to point out the fog tonight, 54 for oakland. 52. meanwhile, for san jose. no lightning. but
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coming up in a bit. we'll be checking in with your forecast. looks like for the remainder of the week. thank you, dave. >> a san francisco woman says she is partially blind after being shot with a paintball. it happened as she was leaving outside lands music festival at golden gate park zoe guice white says she and her boyfriend were both hit several times while waiting at a bus stop. somebody drove by and started shooting. the people gun. one of the people's hit her directly in the left eye. >> immediately. i like pee ed something off my face. it was paint. and i had tried to look at my hand because i had got suspect in the hand and hurley that i couldn't see it. and then it really clicked. and that like i'm not seen i i just completely fell the i just had lost vision was. amelia dark. >> now since sharing her her a story on social media. she says she's had several people tell her about similar incidents on the same weekend. she says she believes it was a halloween prank gone wrong.
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still ahead at 3.45 a fertility clinic mix-up leads to an ivf nightmare story out of the 2 southern california mothers who unknowingly gave birth to each other's babies. >> and after the break, air bnb is making some changes to adapt it to post-pandemic travel trends but expect the next time you book a vacation.
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to change amid the pandemic pushing companies like air bnb to change with it. >> the company announced more than 100 upgrades to its service today. kron four's noelle bellow joins us now with more on the changes that have been a hey, sanaa's. yeah. these changes are for both hosts and guests alike. the company says it had to adjust its services and offerings to meet the needs of all travelers for hosts air bnb is now offering something called air cover. it's free for every air bnb hosts. and it comes with a million dollars in damage protection and 1 million dollars in liability coverage. it also covers pet damage and deep cleaning in case you haven't guessed that leaves your place in some bad condition. air bnb says international travel opens back up. they've also launched the most advanced translation technology they've ever had it automatically translates listing descriptions and reviews in over 60 languages and it allows guests and hosts to communicate a little bit more easily and there's now a new process to review the accuracy
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of things like ramps and other accessibility features 4 homes. the company said making sure that homes are accurately describing their features for people with disabilities is key. >> what we now have is a 100,000 properties they have been verified to have know what they are indicating that they have in those homes to help make sure that person, the traveling who really needs that type of support from the accessibility perspective is going to get what they're looking for. 100,000 these properties. now just review based on photos that are uploaded to get reviewed. and so for us, this is real step forward in terms of making sure people get what they're looking for. but even above and beyond that. but you can actually connect people from different places unless everyone is having the opportunity to be able participate in the platform. >> as we look ahead to hhe next couple months. air bnb says travel is up by 40%. this
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thanksgiving. the company also says the busiest days for bookings right now. our mondays and tuesdays because so many people are starting use air bnb to work from home. these days. you can catch the full interview with even more details on all of the upgrades on our streaming service kron on. you can download that for free in your app store back to bank, you know, well. coming up next, celebrating what they call the specific winds for california and the infrastructure bill. what members of congress were in san jose today. >> you could not walk unless you physically push yourself into the crowd or do you just let the crowd take you, you know, from here to there left, right. >> and we'll hear from a south bay man who describes the chaos at the travis scott concert where 8 people died in the crush of the crowd. and avoiding a trip to the dmv just got easier for some east bay residents where self-serve kiosks are now available.
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>> welcome back. a mill valley man facing criminal charges for participating in the january 6th riots is seeking asylum in belarus. this is according to the country's state tv, the man at the newman acknowledged in an interview with the state tv that he was at the capitol on january 6th but rejected the charges which include assaulting police obstruction and other offenses. the channel aired excerpts of the
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interview on sunday and promised to release the full version on wednesday. new man who owns a handbag manufacturing business travel to italy in march and then through switzerland and other european countries until he decided to illegally cross into belarus belarusian border guards detained newman when he tried to cross into the country in mid august and he has since requested asylum in belarus. belarus does not have an extradition treaty with the united states. the u.s. embassy in belarus declined to comment. along the creek man has been arrested, accused of killing his mother. it happened just after 5 in the morning on monday, warmer creek. police say they found a 74 year-old darlene rauf suffering from stab wounds in a home on jones road. she was pronounced dead at a local hospital. police arrested her son 41 year-old nicholas roth on suspicion of murder. and while police haven't released details on a motive. they did say this was an isolated incidents between family members. a san jose man was
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among the thousands of people caught in the chaos at the astroworld music festival friday night. he says can gonzalez gonzalez. he says he watched as first responders tried to save the lives of the unconscious. kron four's. jonathan mccall has his story. >> this is an experience and a half. he says san jose was in houston friday night attending the astroworld music festival when chaos and pandemonium erupted. so when travis scott comes on is that when everyone starts to >> oh, yeah. oh and that play you could you could not walk unless you physically push yourself into the crowd or do you just let the crowd take you, you know, from here to there left, right. it wasn't saying that because travis scott will move one side of the stage and the crowd would just this regardless if you are to go the opposite direction of the crowd. you're going to be the one getting trampled gonzalez who was caught temporarily in the center of the crowd says he was able to get out by
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maneuvering. his hands. i was able to move around. but only if have my hands like this because if i had my hands my side. i couldn't move like it was was it was really bad at it. so i had my hands. and so. >> i have more mobility, but not everyone was as fortunate. 8 people were killed in the incident. hundreds more were injurad. and when i when i when i got one certain spot. i notice that someone was giving compressions to another person and you honestly that knee. for me. going to be things you don't see that. you know, you don't think these people are dying. you just you think that, you know, the the past hour, just a hot, you know, gonzales says he even rescued a woman injured from the stampede that happened to me as i was leaving us, someone was screaming for help and so then i picked her up and i took it to them at 10. i left it there. and then that's when i went to my with went back to my hotel. i didn't. but it wasn't until saturday morning that he learned of the hundreds of folks who are
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injured and people who were killed. he says it's weighing heavy on his mind that he wishes he could have done more to save lives. when silas in there in shock the whole day saturday. i didn't want to do anything like i was in houston, a vacation and you know, i just i just sat there, just thinking, you know what i could have done. you know, with what could have happened differently. you know, you just, you know, not. that was jonathan mccall reporting for us down despite lawsuits being filed against the promoters and scott's. >> gonzales says many of the people in the crowd were also to blame for not allowing first responders and emergency personnel to get to the victims. >> investigators have since released a 56 page event operations plan for the astroworld music festival includes protocols. >> for dangerous scenarios, including an active shooter bomb or terrorist threats and severe weather. but it does not include information on what to do in the event of a crowd surge. 2 bay area and
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members of congress were in the south bay today along with local leaders. they were celebrating the recent passage of the infrastructure bill. they were sharing a specific details, which they say californians need to know. inside bay area politics. catherine heenan is here with more. catherine has those lawmakers say they think it's really important for people in the bay area and beyond. >> to know that the infrastructure bill will do a lot for california and they say it boils down to more than the general understanding. it's good for things like roads and bridges. so at a news conference in san jose. political leaders work talking about the federal money that will lead not only to better roads but money for things like say for water supplies, better wi-fi access and transportation projects that will help lead to more housing. senator alex padilla got specific with some of the numbers. >> california will re seem more than 25 billion dollars to repair our roads and highways over 600 million
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dollars our transportation system for extreme weather. and while white. >> we know there are parts of our community, even here in santa clara county where high-speed internet does not exist. then you can go and find out where that is. when you see parents with their kids in a car outside a mcdonnell's so their kids can do their homework. that should thousands of homes. a formal homes are planned along the west corridor from here downtown heading west. we are saying explosion. growth and development here in the downtown, of course, all that depends on one simple that is infrastructure. >> california is going to get a roughly 45 billion dollars from that legislation in coming years. money will also go to expanding the state's charging network for electric cars cleaning up contaminated drinking water still a lot of the money. more than
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25 billion. we'll go to improving california's highways and roads. they are ranked among the very worst in the country. so not us. all right. katherine, thank you for that. >> also in the south bay, the city of san jose is promising to go carbon nettral by the end of the decade. the san jose city council unanimously voted to adopt a goal of reaching net 0 greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. by that time, the city will at the same amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as it offsets by alternative means that includes producing more energy from solar panels and more people driving electric cars. governor newsome previously directed all state agencies to hit carbon neutral status by the year 2035. let's talk about our weather now as we take a live look outside at sfo looks kind of dry out there is definitely a clearing up. we could see a bit warm up, though, as we move through the middle of our week. dave spahr has all those and yes, some sun peeking out there.
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this is up to some sun peeking up here to kind of a little bit of visual aspirin for you. >> this afternoon. so back in the home front where we've got going on here. kind of take care of these clouds. that's the first order of business. a lot of them will be around tonight but will be some clear patches that only allow some of the fog kind of fill in temperature. check will go from the 60's out of the 50's and spent all night there for the most part there's a live shot. as you can see, the east bay shoreline and kind of those clooney skies back to that fog again as we get some clear patches in those inland valleys will get that radiation fog event. as you can see covering a good chunk of the inland areas all overnight. finally by tomorrow. once the sun joins us and we get some drier air in here that will help take care of things by tomorrow. we'll get much in the way of temperature movement. however, get around thursday. so for tonight, word, keep some patches of light rain and drizzle with the program here. fog dense in spots now, so be careful that tomorrow morning in spots that don't normally get fog. you might get some of that. then tomorrow variable clouds still cool because that
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of operation on the ground does take away some heat and then we get some better warming going thursday, onward. we may have some lower 70's course. we'll have that 7 day forecast for you in just a bit to knott's. thank you so much, dave. >> coming up in some health news researchers may have found the best time to go to bed to keep your heart healthy. plus climate change may be hurting your morning cup of coffee. the environmentally friendly alternative scientists in finland are developing. and after the break, how the state is making it easier for you to avoid a trip to the dmv.
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the east bay drivers can now complete dmv tasks using self service kiosks inside the post office. >> there are 5 new locations like these across the state. the one of the east bay's inside the post office on 7th street. this takes out a trip to the dmv office and drivers can renew their registration or get a vehicle record and other functions and dysfunctions are available in multiple a different languages. and for your health. if you want to protect your heart, go to bed between 10:11pm. that's the findings of a new study in the european heart journal. researchers say people falsely between those hours have a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease. the study's authors believe that's the body's optimal time for circadian rhythms or your internal body clock. they also say the
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findings are another arguments for prioritizing your sleep regimen. time for a quick break. but still ahead, a couple is detailing their nightmare after a mix-up at a fertility clinic will hear from the mother who says. >> she gave birth to someone else's baby and found out months after the child was born.
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>> to southern california couples are suing their
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fertility doctor after an ivf mix-up. those couples both raising the kids for months with no idea they were not biologically theirs. mary beth mcdade has their story. >> the baby that i thought to bring into this world. was not lying to keep. >> imagine carrying a child for 9 months giving birth to a beautiful baby girl and then after caring for the job for months realizing it's not your baby. well, that's what happened to this l a couple death, not an alexander car denali. >> it was torture that shook me to my core and forever changed who i am. the couple gave birth to the wrong child after their embryo was switched with another couple's during in vitro fertilization treatment in embrace of childbirth will always be tainted. but the sick reality. but our biological child was given to someone else may be in questioning. if the baby they brought into this world was theirs when the baby had
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physical characteristics that didn't match either parent. so they bought it at home. dna test and confirmed their worst fears. their newborn baby wasn't theirs. they had another couple's baby and another woman gave birth to their baby. the 2 couples begin meeting and spending time together and eventually exchange the children when the truth came to light. munich's caanging the children. all the more heartbreaking. >> losing the birth child that, you know, for the genetic child that you don't even know yet. it's a truly impossible nightmare that inflicted trauma. they're now suing doctor ellie run more. and the california center for reproductive health. >> the embryology lab which is owned by more and the labs parent company barely sunset surgical associates fertility disasters are becoming more commonplace. >> this came this case highlights and industry in desperate need of regulation.
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the cordon. ali say they will never recover from the emotional trauma and i hope. >> that age and doctor more. see this. i hope they understand the damage that they cost. >> that was mary beth mcdade reporting. the other couple involved a wish to remain anonymous but plan to file a similar lawsuit soon. climate change could pose a threat to your morning cup of joe experts say the warming planet is causing severe weather which is damaging coffee crops, but a group of researchers in finland is fighting back working on a coffee that can be grown in a lab. the scientists have created coffee cells that when processed into a drink taste and smell like coffee and because it's all being done in the lab. it has a low impact on the environment when compared to traditional coffee crops. we're seeing. >> throughout the tropical coffee belt farm is being impacted. our climate change increased increase in temperatures but also more
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erratic rainfall and increased drought. >> now the lab grown coffee is still being tested researchers. hope your feet. european officials will soon approve it so it can be marketed. officials say it will not only help prevent for forest loss but it also doesn't require fertilizer or pesticides. one of the all-time greats on the pitch has kicked his final goal san jose earthquakes star chris wondolowski announced his retirement after a 17 year mls career, the danville need that native and a de la salle high school is the league's all-time goals leader with 171. that's just one of his many accomplishments wando also leads the league all time in game winning goals was named the league's most valuable player in 2000, 12 and is a 2 time mls cup champ today. the 5 time all-star said he has absolutely no regrets in his career. and even though he flirted with retiring in 2020. he says he
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knew you had to say one more season to play in front of the san jose fans. just one more time. >> last year felt they gave me a and especially with the team is. and though those commit no-brainer us coming back in this year, though, having the fans and being able to. to experience it with them being able to celebrate with that made it special and that mated, you know, kind of give me some closure as well. you know, that this is a great a great in fort. >> and though he's hanging up in his cleats. wando won't be going far. he's staying with the quakes as a special assistant to the general manager it's weather time now, guys, as we take a live look outside along the embarcadero the rest of the week could look very different with more sunshine expected to come. and dave spahr has all the sunny details for a state. >> that looks almost like tropical the imagery there like tropical clouds in the background as we have here, the east bay shoreline that
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spooky looking. but there's the rays of sun trying to make their way through probably tonight. the bigger issue will be fog development as we see kind of the skies open up a little bit overnight. passing clouds as we get into early tomorrow morning. but on balance should be a clearing story. we'll get some drier air in here as well. but it'll take a little while for all the elements to come together for us anyway. that moisture source has been pushed up towards the north as high pressure builds that means a warming trend is expected for all the rest of the week and into your weekend, tomorrow's forecast temperatures. very tricky office, low level moisture hanging around. we'll try mid to upper 60's on balance. we're going to hold the morning fog noting scattered clouds on balance turning kind of mostly sunny, at least down in the south bay and temperatures around the region will be in the upper 60's. my pop about 70 or so coming in for bottle that's going to do it, though, for your seven-day forecast. here's the warm-up lower 70's as we head on into the weekend through the weekend and lows in the upper 40's lower 50's summons, thank you, dave.
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holiday season is just around the corner and decorations are already going up. new research listed in the journal of environmental psychology finds people who put up their
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christmas decorations earlier tend to be happier and friendlier psychologists. a christmas decorations are nostalgic and bring people back to simpler and happier times. they say it also helps to boost doping. don't mean which is the feel-good home hormone. so if you're feeling like grinch this season. consider putting up your christmas tree early or you could just start playing christmas music and about always makes me happy. time now to check in with newsnation to see what they're working on for us tonight. >> covid cases plummet in new therapeutics prove affective. so what more will it take to finally get back to normal. plus what it would mean for president biden decides to shut down a major oil pipeline. now, here's a look at dan abrams live. >> thanks, leland. tonight on dan abrams live on news nation moments before getting shot a man testifies. he pointed his own gun at kyle rittenhouse. doesn't this help his claim of self-defense. that's tonight. and dan abrams live. you can find newsnation on the
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channels listed here. we also have details available on our website. kron 4 dot com. >> now before we go, we do have time for a final weather check with dave dave, tell us what we've got. we've got some fog with all this low level moisture. we have projected that this is a different type of fog for us this is what is known as radiation fog because it's all that moisture in the air. >> that starts to precipitate out the terms of fog. we see the temperatures drop, particularly tomorrow. the theory is we'll get some drier air in here. clear out the skies. so for tonight noting all that lower to middle 50's tomorrow we're up to the mid 60's and in your seven-day forecast. hey, let's do some 70's while we're at 70's and clearing skies for thursday into friday and into the weekend lows. meanwhile, into the 40's and the 50's sanaa's. we're going to miss you intensely this is our last broadcast here. she didn't say anything but i we're going to miss you very much so. but in your new adventures, we all miss you, nothing. but the absolute best. i love the i love everyone here in u.s. are
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crying right now. we can't do that because i have to wrap up the show. >> well, i guess i have a little bit of time the time it is my last day here at kron 4. i've had the best time delivering news for all of you at home and working with such. >> incredibly talented and hardworking people here in the newsroom. i'm py voice is beginning to crack. so we're going to let this go. i'm sanaz tahernia and for the final time. thank you so much for joining us.
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