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chicken and chicken. more choices. more wow. more to love. tyson. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news far. >> can be bad. >> now. the wow. start right off with i did. no. but almost almost i needed the wafers like one time i had gone once. that was only because i went through some kind of like an heavy misty area is sort of slowly collected saw weapon. but was it so little out in till when john, good morning. got the hma this morning. heavy misty areas. i like that. the culture and it quite how or what we're routed in hma this is this a thing that we don't know what hma i just
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his, you know, i got lol and all this the army, this is all john termini. i love it just as of 05:00am there. that's not going to stick, though. it's probably not going to sting. so if you're watching right now, year but looking quite our guys kind of in one of those misty spots for out of if you are driving into work this morning. you may indeed turn the windshield wiper on a timer to it is kind of gross, but it is not actively raining. it's just hat low cloud cover that is actually pretty dense and a few pockets. >> and avato. you are looking at some lower visibility other areas. mostly are hillsides on the peninsula as well as in the east bay. we're also seeing some spots of reduced visibility. so yeah, just a note about that. otherwise roadways are improved for sure. current temperatures are mostly in the 50's san jose at 60 degrees or only spot there right now. well, conquered oakland alameda and san mateo. a few of our areas in the
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upper 50's talking more about what to expect the rest of the day. still to come. first, though, on over to definitely an improvement from yesterday where roads that right now much improvement from where we were yesterday. but it was still slick when i left the house this morning. so give yourself a little more time until things have a chance to really dry out here. >> if you're heading from the east bay into the city right now. a little under 9 minutes for your drive at this hour. the san mateo bridge headed across towards the peninsula little under 13. we still have high winds across this bridge as well as the bay bridge. so definitely drive slow, pretty dark along the richmond center fell commute. so as you're heading out of richmond. take your time. a little under 8 minutes for you there. and the golden gate bridge. look, you can still see how slick it is about 18 traveling to the tolls in the north bay darya james, back to you. thanks a lot of 5. '02, in the south bay, a controversial statue in downtown san jose is coming down. it is after 30 years of being in place city council members unanimously voted to remove the thomas fallon statue. >> kron four's will tran on the story for us live in san
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jose, good morning. well. >> here's what you need to know. they did not say exactly when the statue right behind me will come down, but it's time is limited. it's been here since 1988. it's 12,000 pounds. so now they have to work on exactly what to do with it. will they be melted down or will it be put into a city storage. but it looks like it probably won't be here much longer after the city council and more importantly, james and area. a lot of people from the community came out and said it is time because for them this is a very a controversial statue here's video that we shot a little bit earlier last year during the george floyd protests. this highlighted period when a lot of people saying what was ok in the past is no longer ok, now. and this particular case is this statue came up in 1988 to signify the
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raising of the flag in san jose. this happened in 1846, especially this pose when thomas fallon captain of the military raise the flag. but a lot of mexican and indigenous people. they say this to them represents colonization genocide at a time when their lands were taken away. keep in mind in 1846, this was still mexican land. there were people at last night's city council meeting who did say including former mayor of san jose, tom mcinerney. he said no. this was nothing controversial about it that at that particular time, the taking of san jose. the land was beloved less. nobody was killed for it and it wasn't even called the captain thomas fallon statue at the time. it was just called raising the flag, but he was outnumbered. the city council will now make a decision on exactly what to do with it. so right there, this is just sense. this is
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very indicative. james and areas. you know what's happening across the country. many statues and other memorials that have been put up for historical figures in the past those days for at least for those people or those statues, i should say those days are numbered, including this one right behind me in downtown san jose. it's very prominent. it says that intersection of julian and james for thousands of people to say. back to you. all right. thanks a lot. we'll. >> it is 5. '05, and happening today we've got former raider wide receiver henry ruggs the 3rd. he's going to be back in court. ruggs is facing charges of dui causing death after a crash that killed a 23 year-old woman and her dog. prosecutors say ruggs was traveling a 156 miles per hour. just moments before the crash. he also faces 2 charges of reckless driving and possession of a gun while under the influence. the raiders released ruggs shortly after the crash. ruggs will be in court at 7.30 this morning. >> 5. '05, is a time in san
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francisco. the district attorney chase of a teen is going to face a recall election in the june primaries next year. yeah, the department of elections has certified the recall petition which collected 83,000 signatures. >> that means that voters are going to be deciding his fate come june 7 voting has faced growing criticism for his handling of several. >> high profile cases and many claim the city is actually less safe with him. as you know, now, while those supporting with being say that he is following through with his campaign promises. take a listen. >> crime in san francisco is not a new phenomenon that began when jason took office at the beginning of 2020 without question. crime has gone down and almost every major category. and in this district attorney. >> he has made a choice move forward on what he considers to be justice reform. effort without attending to the issues of accountability and
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public safety. >> if voters decide to remove him from office in june. then mayor london breed would appoint an interim replacement until a permanent district attorney can be elected next november. >> well, san francisco mayor london breed hasn't weighed in yet on the district attorney's recall, but she is throwing her support behind the effort to recall 3 members of the san francisco school board. president gabrielle lopez, vice president alega and commissioner allison collins are all named in the recall this recall election is scheduled for february 15th of next year. so stay tuned. we'll keep you updated on this story as it continues to develop again with this recall of those school board members. >> 5. '07, is a time in a bay area, man wanted in connection with the capitol riot to seeking asylum in another country. now, 48 year-old, evan neumann of mill valley was charged earlier this year with several crimes including assaulting an officer images
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from the u.s. capitol police body cam shows newman and he peers to join the january 6 attack at the capitol. and now faces charges stemming from that, including assaulting an officer and engaging in civil disorder. newman has run away from left the country and is seeking asylum in belarus. now in a recent interview in belarus. he said, quote, i don't think i have committed some kind of crime. one of the charges was very offensive. it alleges that i hit a police officer. it doesn't have any grounds to it. newman is 1, one of more than 650 people who are charged in connection with the riots. well, new this morning, oakland city workers are one step closer to no longer being tested for smoking cannabis off the job. oakland's public safety committee voted unanimously to end testing for off the job. cannabis use. >> vice mayor rebecca kaplan says that the city is already facing a re crude in crisis
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and has trouble retaining employees with the current testing rules in place. the proposal will now go before the full city council and approval there would do away with the testing altogether. so we'll see if that happens. time now is 5. '08, new this morning, mateo county sheriff is no longer going to cooperate with ice. yeah. the sheriff says that this is part of his department's mission to protect all of his county's residents with kron four's camila barco on the story for us live in san mateo county this morning. camila. >> yeah. good morning. you guys said at the san mateo county sheriff's office will no longer comply with requests from ice. they won't transfer undocumented inmates to federal immigration custody and they say that if they need to do so. iced must obtain a judicial warrant. now this comes after from county residents during a special meeting and is required when local law enforcement has given ice access hundreds of
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residents chimed in on the policy and in the end, county sheriff carlos bolanos says that this change help strengthen the relationship between the public and the agency. he says this policy is consistent with other bay area counties last year. the sheriff's office coordinated 15 transfers to ice from the county jail and part of the argument is that according to the agency inmates convicted of serious felonies are in state prison and not the county jail on. a says that ice can obtain a judicial warrant if they believe a person poses a serious threat now aside from the residence. the sheriff also the support from several county supervisors on this new policy. 2 agreed with the sheriffs on the move stop cooperating with ice inmate detention transfers. addario dates. back to you. all right. thanks a lot. we'll check in with you later. camila 5.10, is the time. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news, some cal football players are
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questioning the university's covid-19 protocols will tell you why they say it's inconsistent. >> we'll have a live report. plus, foster city has a plan to fix their east problem. tell you what it includes and the challenges they face in trying to implement. and also coming up next after the break, president joe biden is heading to baltimore to promote his infrastructure deal will tell you why he says the plan is beneficial to that city's ports. and we are going to be seeing some sunshine today. a little bit more than yesterday. even with daytime highs. climbing into the 60's of cool. mostly sunny afternoon and warmer weather just around the corner. i've got your forecast. >> and we're off to a much better start today that we were yesterday. but we still have some weather conditions out there, light fog and slick roadways this morning. it's taken time to drive. it will have a look at your wednesday commute. once we get back.
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>> swore know 1015, minutes. i i loved one. the first words of are like a song and james like what is going on here. this is not how we plan show this is. >> do we have a plan. >> not start the show we know when the camera comes on at some point somehow get to job. right. right. so is happening right i returned to a coat. so you did the eu puffy. yeah. yes, know it was it was petco over. they were very nice. and when i returned it, i said listen, my dogs will wear this. he goes, you need to align. so apparently i'm not alone. a lot of dogs don't like close. yeah, i think it's just not in their nature. they already have the natural close and now, you know, with the rain is gone and the left. yeah. yeah. couple days of really nice walking weather ahead of us for sure. so maybe an investment in a white jacket. we can start light and then work our way up to the big puppies like or dogs for this last rain. we are going to be seeing conditions out there that are in fact dry for
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at least the next 7 days. we're looking at some really dry conditions. it is misty this morning, but that has more to do with the low lying cloud, cover and fog done any sort of rainfall potential that we do have do watch for some lower visibility pockets, though, as we do see some spotty fog, especially inland skies this afternoon will be nice and clear. that's going to be the same into tomorrow as well with a lot of sunshine to be expected as we do work our way through the rest of this forecast. we've got a high pressure ridge that's building right back on in. we know what that means. keeping things dry, keeping things on the warmer side, too. as far as temperatures go. today is our last day in the 60's. before that warm up into the 70's fremont hayward at 65 today. oakland mill valley and san francisco on 64 for your daytime highs tomorrow star s or trend in the 70's that will carry us into a weekend bringing mid 70's friday saturday and sunday, partly cloudy skies into early next week after some sunshine to close out this week. now our best chances of rainfall do look likely midweek next week.
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so we do have showers ahead in the forecast. but in the meantime, it is going to be dry. good chance to get back out there and enjoy a little break from the rain reyna tom, thank you for that. all right. we're getting a look at your wednesday morning commute. we've got some reports of fog here in the late how eastbound and westbound along 80. >> at american canyon road. so take your time as you're driving there this morning because visibility is low heading into the city right now. you still got some slick conditions and high winds along the bay bridge little under 9 minutes to metering lights are still off at this hour. traffic collision that just popped up in sandra fell west bound, 5.80, to that one-on-one connector north right here. but it's early and we're not seeing much of a delay associated with that crash headed across towards the peninsula. you can make that drive in a little under 14 minutes and checking out of richmond center fell commute a little under 9 target. james, back to you. thank you, ray. 5.17 is the time right now. and there's an increase in the population of geese. >> in foster city and you know what they come goose
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droppings. so that's prompted the city. the council city council to approve a plan that could include killing some of the birds because they want to reduce the population of geese. they don't have any natural predators. and so the number of the system got up like 78% in foster city in the last year. so the vice mayor says. that it's not so much the birds that are the problem. once again, you can't have the birds without the droppings. and then like the droppings. it's not just a mess but it's also impacting the water. levels bacteria that can be partly attributed scoop in and the goons and there have been times we have to close the beaches. >> so that really is the problem. the kids playing in the fields, you know, get gets trapped in shoes in the schools. they bring back to the classrooms. >> to like that's well put. i mean, that's let's get to it here. okay. and after years of trying. gentle or a means to nonlethal the city council
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voted unanimously in favor of they're calling it geese mitigation. and this plan would allow lethal methods. the geese are protected by a migratory bird treaty act. so officials would now have to apply for a federal permit the to trap and kill the birds and then if that permit is granted it would last for a year. so they get a license and a license to kill. >> you know what, just invite people to bring their dogs and run around that scare him off it and it would skew scattered the problem. it's 2 nothing traded spread the puck around. all right. we have some dramatic new video to a violent hit and run collision that occursed during an illegal sideshow in oakland. this actually took place early saturday morning at the corner. telegraph and grand avenue just a few hours after first fridays wrapped up. we spoke with the man who says that he just happened to record this incident on his cell phone. and here's his account of what he saw.
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>> heard the white car coach screeching around the corner is a sign that we see with this card to 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 my phone and it all kind of look at what my head and i just >> wow, that's just horrible. and i'm sure that he was shot. as he said watching it all unfold. >> victim taken to hospital non life threatening injuries. so hopefully they'll recover just fine. anyway, the suspect's vehicle scribes and out a four-door sedan dark tinted windows. police know if you have any information to be helpful. >> time now is 5.20 president. biden is visiting ports in baltimore today promoting his infrastructure plan. yes. and for more on his trip, we want visit with our dc correspondent standing by. jesse tenure out of the capital. good morning, jessica. from there. she said it right. baltimore, baltimore. baltimore there. good morning, james and darya.
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at the white house did tell me that president biden is going to baltimore's port later today to essentially use it as a blueprint for the rest of the country on how to ease back logs from covid-19. >> president biden lands in baltimore this afternoon to showcase how us ports will be able to 17 billion dollars in his recently passed infrastructure plan. they're moving more guts than ever. it's just that it's still not keeping up with the demand transportation secretary pete buttigieg says the new investment will improve outdated supply chain infrastructure. the port itself is kind like a landlord. they got the terminal operators and you've got the truckers. >> and all of them are interacting with competing shipping company spread to try to efficiently move these containers buttigieg stresses. the plan also looks beyond the economy by working to cut emissions from ships trucks and equipment. the neighborhoods that are close to them. >> feel that impact including an increased asthma rates in what are by the disproportionately black and
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latino neighborhoods. but for now the effects of covid-19 continue to ripple through the global supply chain the best way to end a pandemic-related shortage is to end the pandemic. >> now president biden will be making a lot of the same points during his remarks from baltimore later this afternoon. but republicans who voted against the legislation say that it really won't fix an immediate issue which is speeding up the delivery of goods for the holiday season. live in washington. i'm jessi turnure. all right, jesse, since you're on the east coast and we're talking names. what do you call that status next to are e and. >> oregon okay. good. yeah. because people back there, they say oregon oregon >> that louis 5.22. is the time. coming up on the kron
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>> 5.25. and here's a live look at and wow. has to push
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yesterday that things will be running on time today so yeah, a lot a lot less rain and that yet wetness out there on the runway aaa predicting overall looking at more than 53 million americans getting out of town for thanksgiving. so the numbers are creeping higher. last year about 2 million people for thanksgiving and that number's supposed to go to 4 million this year. so double i know. and that's boosted by the recent border reopening to talk about that international travel. welcome back to airports. like sfo provided. the people are fully vaccinate. all right. a lot of people also drive. and so we're taking a look at prices at the pump and boy, are they going up. they are for many people. it's $5 plus, all of the 5. yeah, they ga prices really getting up to record territory. a gallon of regular now selling for over $5 at some stations. this video actually of so station out san jose. >> now the ceo of robinson oil says that the pandemic and supply issues. >> they're all partly to
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♪building castles in the sky♪ >> 5.30 is the time right now. thanks for waking up with us here on the kron 00:00am morning news and we're waking up with just a little tiny where point oh, irgo. yeah. our gauge what it's like outside is shrouded in fog you guys. this is what i'm afraid of. this is why i always say i need to see quite how or because what if it's not there and to the world >> now it's just a little foggy out there for you this morning. errores john had what is it areas of high. mister
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miss hi, miss areas. they i catching on. it doesn't sound like it's going to catch technical note you. leon we know which is catching on. by the way, it's like, oh, there's a resurgent pays liska good school fits. back you guys it. i saw this one a goodwill that's talking about research like that one's back. all comes back we are looking at. definitely a misty morning as you are venturing outside and it is impacting the coit tower. just one of many spots that are looking at conditions out there where visibility is being affected. your view out there at hillsides in san francisco as well as across the east and north bay are being impacted by some of this low lying cloud cover. and even though it's not actively raining that missed is enough to make for some wet spots on roadways. so do know that as you venture out today. otherwise skies have dried out nicely and temperatures are actually a bit more mild than they were yesterday. san jose, you're starting the morning at 60 degrees while san mateo
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alameda conquered pittsburgh and oakland each right now at 58 reena. tom, thanks ta that. we're talking about mist and seen reports of that fog. >> here along 80 in valais help eastbound and westbound right near the american canyon road exit. so be careful and cautious as you're traveling there this morning heading into the city. slick conditions still along the bay bridge a little under 2 minutes. so that's not slowing you down, but you might want to if you are traveling there. let's get a look at sandra fell west bound, 5.80, to 1. one north seen reports of an accident. however, not seeing any delays as a result of that crash. so that's the good news here heading across towards the peninsula. little under 14 minutes for us. a richmond center fell could be picking up a bit. a little under 9 and the golden gate bridge about 19 headed into the city daryn. james, back to you. thank you. 5.32 in a big story we're following this morning is covid on the cal football team. yeah. the players there at cal are speaking out now about the university's covid testing policies. >> and this comes after this week's game had to be postponed after some of the
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players tested positive for covid. it's kind of surprising just how many cover sarah stinson is live in berkeley with the update morning, sir. >> that's exactly right, cal football players taking to social media to vent with their frustration about the protocols in place for covid within the team and the staff and health officials here in berkeley they're firing back. there's reports of over 40 cases of covid saying that there's a reason for those protocols. and the reason there's a major outbreak on the team is because people are not following them. players saying we are not in favor of these rules. they just don't make sense. >> because because of this outbreak they had to postpone the game against usc this saturday. the strict covid protocols also had the team playing without at least 24 players. at last week's game against arizona. among the players forced to sit out was the quarterback chase garbers. he released a statement on
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twitter on behalf of the players. it's on your screen right now. gerber said, quote, we players are frustrated with our university health services city and university officials spoke with us today. they really had no answer for us. they just beat around the bush and deflected are questions defensive back lou paquette re tweeted explaining his own frustration he's outraged. she said uhs told us we could be arrested for refusing to test is vaccinated individuals with no symptoms. if i understand correctly he said i can go to san francisco steal a bunch of items in walgreens and not be arrested. however, if i refused to test in berkeley. i can be according to pac 12, though players who are fully vaccinated are not required to get testing but athletic director saying the following protocol protocols set by the school and city health department. that is what we're going to continue to fall. >> the goal posts have been the same since we started this. you know, we've we've got a university health system
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with medical doctors who are our experts. and we've got the same type of expertise at berkeley public health and throughout the entire pandemic. 2 years. you know, the university of california berkeley has accepted. recommendations from berkeley public health on how to deal with this pandemic safely. and and that's exactly what we did last week. you know, they they gave us recommendations and we implemented those recommendations to keep our kids safe. >> now, officials say 99.5% of the team in that includes players and staff. the whole program are fully vaccinated apparently there's about 2 people who are not vaccinated and the athletic director would not identify those 2 people and why they're not vaccinated. now. the game against usc. i told you is postponed. it is going to be on december 4th. in the meantime, the bears will play against stanford and that will
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be on november 20th. so they've got another game coming up. but in the meantime, protocols people are mad about in the meantime, health department not happy about the major outbreak here. we're trying to talk with not only staff and students here but also heads up. we're going to talk to the health department. we want to hear more details about this outbreak. so stand by. back to a lot more still to discover. thank you very much, sara. >> and with covid cases rising across california health experts are getting more and more concerned about what could be a winter surge as we go into the holiday state officials. our reporting about 6,000 new covid cases a day up from 5,000 a day. just a few weeks ago and these numbers are concerning, especially because a lot of people are going to be gathering and traveling as we move more into november and december. >> it's of concern that the numbers are going up in a time when we are facing in less than 3 weeks thanksgiving. and we know what happened 10 days
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after thanksgiving last year and then within a few weeks after that christmas. all the parties around the holidays, including new year's and that's what's very disconcerting. >> hospitalizations are also rising across california. not at the same level we saw last year, but we know how fast this can happen. they say that. luckily, it's because so many people are vaccinated that those numbers are staying down further than they would have been. you know, a year ago before we had the vaccine doctor anthony fauci joined a bay area. congresswoman answer questions about covid and the holidays. one of the big concerns about indoor gatherings. doctor fauci says the fully vaccinated can go ahead and enjoy their time with family. but those who are not fully vaccinated. they should wear a mask and be tested before they see everybody. >> the risk there is obviously still present its diminished by the single shot. but it isn't has diminished as if you
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are fully vaccinated. >> doctor fauci says more people need to get vaccinated in order for us to reach herd immunity. right now. there are still 62 million americans who haven't gotten vaccinated. >> 5.37 the time. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news quarterback aaron rodgers now facing fines after he's accused of lying about being vaccinated. and after the break, governor newsom breaking his silence. we're going hear why he decided not to attend the global climate summit in scotland that summit in scotland that happening right now. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby...don't say a word... but if slow upload speeds turns your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year. limited availability in select areas.
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the more you need aarp. back. 5.40. is the time governor newsom has opened up now about why he abruptly canceled his trip to the united nations climate summit in scotland yard trick or treating. >> turns and now first it what the answer of backing out of the summit was family obligation or didn't go into details beyond that. but now the governor says that obligation was halloween with his children. >> the kids literally they kind of had interaction. they said. they couldn't believe that i was going to miss halloween, you know, mom and dad missing halloween. for them this worse than christmas missing christmas 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.
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>> that's that was his explanation. the speech was in front of california. economic summit in monterrey reprieve yesterday that it was going make it as an appearance. his first public appearance. by the way, since october. 27th and that, of course, is when he got his covid booster shot in oakland, his nearly 2 week. absence has led some to question whether that booster shot caused an illness that he didn't want to reveal publicly, but the governor says no, that was not the case. it was simply a matter of. >> halloween is kid. it was a matter into his kids look there. it has not been gilded into something but in your life. there you have it. that's why he stayed behind. that happens with world leaders it up into it. i leaders it up into it. i guess, right. 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,
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talk to your eczema specialist about dupixent, kind of play kids of gilded us into. >> mean, that terrible things. but like staying up too late candy. i don't know. just we shouldn't be ordering pizza spending more may be on like a pair of jeans that i wanted to like all the other kids. system. >> now we're really going on the list. i never had that when i was a kid. picks off the so and yeah. >> that kind of stuff. so i never cancel the but level yeah, we've all gone. so we've all we've all and no says you don't have kids yet, john, you
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can say what you your parents and to, you know, like you got the vital bike or you got it. i i remember crying driving past mcdonald's. yeah. they wouldn't get it for his to my parents to go bye-bye. donald. >> for life for a little loves but we are looking at a nice day to be getting back outside after maybe taking a little bit easier yesterday because everything was so wet out there. we are seeing conditions this morning that are drier, but still with some misty conditions because of the low lying cloud cover that we do have. you can see outside right here at your east bay hills camera. the low clouds that we do have not enough to be blocking out visibility in the east bay. but for some of our hillsides on the peninsula in the east bay and in the north bay, we are seeing some lower visibility pockets. so just know that as you do eventuelly head out the door. skies are going to stay dry the next few
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days. lots of sunshine to be expected in today's actually, our last day with daytime highs in the 60's for a while because is this high-pressure ridge builds in. we're not just going to stay dry and sunny, but temperatures are going to be on the rise today. the coolest one of the next few days with daytime highs still remaining in the 60's, actually not a big change from yesterday. millbrae at 64 degrees burlingame 66 mountain view right at 65 in the south bay looking at highs, mostly mid to upper 60's freeman through hayward eventually on up the oakland talking some mid 60's for you concord. you're at 66 for your high today. antioch at 65. well, temperatures in santa rosa down through mill valley each in the mid to upper 60's looking ahead at our next 7 days. there's your 70's and they stay around all the way through the weekend into early next week. friday, saturday and sunday bringing mid 70's better chances of rainfall towards wednesday of next week, although slight chance could be seen by next say.
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sorry about like your mom to hello missus. stray will from the kron 00:00am morning teen. >> if you are hitting the road this morning. if you're heading from the east by into the city. there's is a disabled vehicle. 80 westbound near the treasure island exit. so they turn the metering lights on. that's why you see traffic building there. the trying to get that vehicle off of the bridge a little under 13 minutes, though, and there are also high winds on the bay bridge this morning. the golden gate also seen reports of some fog there. so as you're driving the safe careful. also, we can see the slick conditions along the golden gate bridge 19 minutes as you're heading into the city from the north bay along 80 at american canyon road in reports of fog as you're traveling along. there. you definitely want to take your time. use those low beams heading across towards the peninsula little under 13 minutes for you. there out here in sandra fell. this accident has been there for 30 minutes or so. not seeing any delays westbound 5.80, to one o one north. we're going to stay on top of your wednesday morning commute. but for now,
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daryn, james, back to you. thanks a lot. right. it's 5.48 in the north bay. the woman accused of killing 19 year-old michael lopretta made her first appearance in court in fairfield this is a picture of low predic. he was killed while trying to buy a car. the suspect is 24 year-olds comrie a strange police say the 2 met online and low pressure was planning on buying a car from strange. she drove from benicia to fairfield last thursday to make the purchase. >> but at some point the conversation police say shots were fired and low predator was killed. the victim's family is disputing the notion that this was a robbery gone wrong. >> right. robert is not okay. it's not normal. and by saying this is a robbery gone wrong. it normalizes that that's ok and it's not ok. >> prosecutors say they will not seek the death penalty in the case. the suspect didn't enter a plea. she's due back in court on friday. >> in the south bay gilroy police now have made a second
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arrest in the deadly shooting of a city council member at a city council members home over the holloway. a halloween weekend. so officials say 18 year-old lucas thomas said he was arrested in gilroy while authorities were serving a search warrant as part of their investigation. a teenager was killed and 3 others were injured when shots were fired at a house party the night before halloween and police say the investigation is still ongoing. so stay tuned. we'll have more updates again as that information becomes available. >> 5.50, is the time of the sharks beat the calgary flames. despite being short-handed because of covid. that's right. plus a long time mls player. >> and bay area native is retiring. we've got kron four's. jason do moss with the latest in sports. >> the sharks still short-handed 7 players and their head coach still in covid protocols. none are currently allowed to even enter canada or cross that border where the first stop of their five-game road trip. san jose in calgary. >> take a look at skyline. never been the calgary. we
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have a tie game in the 3rd logan cut kill >> cop show too. 2, one sharks. all right. now, check out ayton he the goalie. just outside that he tried to prevent calgary from getting control of that part some moments. but san jose gets out of it. unscathed. great job by hill. the sharks added to empty net goals. they win 42. they snap a two-game losing streak. looks like the shark. one of the all-time greats in mls history has scored final goal. san jose earthquakes star chris wondolowski announced his retirement after a 17 year as well as career on sunday. the organization had a final sendoff for the danville native in de la sal grad. wanda was the league's all-time leading goal scorer with a 171 of those bad boys. he was named the league's most valuable player back in 2012. he's a 2 time mls cup champion
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and even though he's hanging up his cleats wando he will be going far. he is staying with the organization as a special assistant to the general manager. i think that this is this was the right time and again, i think that the way it's all working no regrets having the fans and being able to to experience it with them being able to celebrate with them. well. >> 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 import. now a sports director jason dumas reporting for us. yeah. the warriors will be playing at chase center tonight. don't forget against the minnesota timberwolves tipoff. >> is it 7 o'clock? >> but wait, there's more sports news. the nfl has fined green bay packers the team and their quarterback aaron rodgers for violating covid protocols. the packers are being fined. 300 grand and rogers is being fined about 15 grand. that's yet to him is like $0.5. nothing packers,
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wide receiver allen lazard also got fined. same thinking, right. the nfl determine in review rogers attended a halloween party. and so those are they went to this party while unvaccinated and that's against the nfl protocols. rogers acknowledged misleading people about his vaccination status before he ended up testing positive for covid. it's unclear if he's going to play this sunday against the seahawks. we will take a break at 5.53. we'll be right back.
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>> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news at 6. >> and thanks for joining at 6 o'clock. >> wednesday. very wednesday right in the middle. haze all blend together because they're also good. yes, we're now double digits into the month of november. does the 10th and i have caught up with setting the clock. by the way, how many days later my on that. but i figured out the car clock. okay. everything synchronize. so we're all good we have to spring forward yes, whenever that happens if you know a few months away. yeah. we've got some time to clock is still set back would get there. at the end of the week, we are looking outside at some conditions stated that are a little bit foggy. we're not looking at the rainfall like we did yesterday morning. but enough of that low lying cloud cover and fog. >> actually a few wet spots on roadways and definitely some lower visibility in areas. so of course, won these foggy mornings ta


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