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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good morning. i'm darya along with the sexiest man alive. >> james fletcher place your vote on the kron 4 dot com, the website or the crew more to tap. we're taking votes. sorry. it's not your year, john, it's the year of golf stand haha. >> now it's can lane boat, pilot veteran and he's humble all right. let's get on to the sexes weatherman. john is
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definitely going to be a drier day than yesterday was, but it is still misty out there because of some low lying cloud cover roadways are wet in some spots. a slow down a little bit overall visibility isn't too much of an issue right now for most spots, half moon bay. a sure sign of that actually got some people out there enjoying the beach right now. visibility along a tie-up in solano county has been affected as it has also been some of our hillsides right above the bay where you're actually running into those low clouds. otherwise skies will be dry today and increasingly sunny come the afternoon daytime highs will eventually rise into the 60's after this morning spent in the 50's. let's get over to rain. a harvey standing in center. how's it going over there. but what is not is the traffic because traffic has been building all morning. >> as you're heading from the east bay into the city right now. we've got high winds. we had an earlier traffic hasn't really started the slowing down process for us. there. so what you do reach the maze will take you a little under 23 minutes to head into the city this morning heading across towards the peninsula. we're starting to pick up their little under 18 minute.
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now, remember, we saw some moisture early in the morning this morning. so roadways are still pretty slick. there's also fall along the golden gate bridge. as you're traveling from the north bay will take you a little under 25 and we'll leave you with a look at the south bay to 37 want to want to menlo park. 33 minutes. 5.82 no major issues starting james, back to you. thanks a lot right. 7. '02, and a big story this morning, just 30 minutes from now, former raider star henry ruggs is supposed to be back in court in las vegas as we know, he faces more criminal charges. he's accused of. >> driving drunk in las vegas causing that high-speed crash that killed a 23 year-old woman last week hector mejia has the latest from las vegas. yeah, good morning. that a court hearing is scheduled at 7.30 this morning. court records show he's in more legal trouble. henry ruggs now faces a total of 5 charges for those. >> are felonies and drugs is currently out on bond and on house arrest being monitored for all kahala 4 times per day. that's according to court
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records. you know, it's been a week since ruggs had his first court appearance. the now former raider was wheeled in wearing a neck brace a little more than 24 hours after the deadly crash. police say he caused the fiery high-speed crash that killed a 23 year-old local woman tina 10 tour along with her dog ruggs also faces charges for the serious injury of his girlfriend who was with him at the time of the crash as well as charges for illegally possessing a gun. what we've learned through the investigation ruggs had twice the legal alcohol limit and was driving his corvette as fast as a 156 miles an hour along rainbow. that's a street west of the las vegas strip when he rear ended the victim's car again, that's according to investigators, the victim was struck was trapped when the car caught on fire. meanwhile, condolences have been pouring in from across the country. the victim, tina tent or will be laid to rest tomorrow afternoon. that's according to an obituary posted by the
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funeral home. that's the latest from downtown las vegas hector me here. back to you. all right. thank you, director and 7. '03, in the south bay now. a controversial statue was coming down in san jose. after 30 years. yeah. city council members unanimously voted to remove the thomas fallon statue. crawford's will trend live for us down to san jose to explain why. good morning. well. >> because for a lot of people specifically mexican and indigenous people. they say this is very abrasive to them that it represents colonization genocide. now, this has been here since 1988. this is at the corner of julian and saint james a very busy intersection where you can hop on the freeway. there's no way you could missus. it's 12,000 pounds. the city council will have to decide what to do with it. so the clock it's taking on this statue which has been years since 1988. they either will have to melt it down or move it to a city storage after the
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city council voted yesterday unanimously after hearing from dozens of speakers on why they think this should be removed. now, the picture the statue was actually vandalized back in 2020 during the george floyd protest. this is just the shift in society. a lot of people are looking at statue saying they might not be heroes that we thought. now they're saying this was a massacre murders that took place genocide. actually this pose was taken from 1846 supposedly of him raising the flag at a time when san jose was still mexican land. it was not part of america. now former mayor of san jose, tom mcinerney. he came out and said it was a integration. nobody was killed that he believes this should be here. but a lot of people saying no, this is very hostile to their heritage to believes. and apparently the city council throughout the decades. they've heard about this, but
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they finally moved on it last night. so the clock is ticking. they didn't say exactly when it will really be removed or exactly how they will do it. but if you're a fan of this and let's face it, this is a very divisive issue. there are those who think statues and monuments should remain. the clock is ticking. if you want to come down and take a picture of it yourself by itself or with it. we still have time. but exactly when is anybody's guess. but after 33 years, guys, it's just about over for captain thomas fallon. and by the way, this statue was not even call thomas fallon when he put up here 33 years ago. it was just called raising of the flag. but obviously throughout the years, it's meant a lot of things to a lot of people. hey, thanks a lot. we'll. >> 7. '06, is the time and another news story for you this morning. the san mateo county sheriff's department says they are no longer going to cooperate with ice. >> the sheriff says it's part of his department's mission to
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protect all of the county's residents kron four's camila barco is following this live this morning with the details. good morning to you. >> when you guys this means that the sheriff's office won't transfer undocumented inmates to the custody of i said this is all san mateo county sheriff carlos bolanos. you could see a picture of him right now heard from hundreds of residents during a special meeting. and this it's required when local law enforcement has given ice access now, in the end county sheriff of a says that this change help strengthen the relationship between the public and agency. and 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. but part of the argument is that inmates convicted of serious felonies are in state prison and not the county jail. a lot of says that ice can obtain a judicial warrant if they
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believe a person poses serious threat now aside from the resident. the sheriff also has support from county supervisors in this new policy. they to agreed with the sheriff with the sheriff's move to cooperating with ice request did not transfer undocumented inmates to the custody of ice started games. back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. coming 7. '08, is a time. and in san francisco, the district attorney chase of dean is going to face a recall election in the june primaries next year. the department, the elections department of elections has certified the recall petition. they say 83,000 signatures came in and they've all been verified and that means voters are going to be deciding the fate now of the da on june 7. and it's because moodiness faced growing criticism for his handling of several high-profile cases. some claim the city is less safe with him is da's. others support him and think that he's come through on campaign promises.
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>> crime in san francisco is not a new phenomenon that began when jason being 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 public safety. >> if voters decide to remove bodene from office in june. then mayor london breed would appoint an interim replacement and then a permanent district attorney could be elected next november. >> will san francisco mayor london breed hasn't weighed in on the district attorney's recall, but she has thrown her support behind the effort to recall 3 members of the san francisco school board. president gabriela lopez, vice president alega and commissioner allison collins are all named in this recall.
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the group behind the effort released a statement thanking breed for her support. adding that they hope that every elected official follows her lead this recall election is scheduled for february 15th of next year. >> it's 7. '09. and in the east bay oakland city workers are a step closer now to no longer being tested for smoking cannabis off the job. oakland's public safety committee voted unanimously to end the testing. the vice mayor, rebecca kaplan says the city is already facing recruiting crisis and has trouble retaining employees with the current testing rules. the proposal goes now before the full city council and approval would do away with the pa testing. >> well, new this morning. a california parole panel is recommending charles manson follower leslie van houton be released from prison. she's serving life in prison for helping manson and other cult members kill los angeles, grocer leno low and his wife back in 1969 this is the 5th time the panel has made the recommendation for her. both
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former governor jerry brown, the governor newsome have blocked her release twice in the past. the recommendation will go up from 120 day procedural review and then it will go back to governor newsome for his consideration. >> time now 7.10. and still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news the covid outbreak on cows football team has gotten so bad that the students are complaining, that there's they should be allowed to play the university is complaining. what's going on with the students. it's not safe. we'll have a live report. >> and the rising covid cases across the bay area are a concern for doctors. we'll tell you how they're trying to head off what could be a holiday surge. plus, one bay area city has a plan to rid the goose proof and and it means getting rid of the keys. >> and it is gray out there right now, but we'll get rid of those clouds coming afternoon. look at some nice sunshine ahead of us and staying dry today. aside from some misty conditions at the
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start highs back into the 60's before warmer weather. the rest of the week. your forecast ahead. >> high winds along the bay bridge loan is down and fall on the golden gate us. there. we're also looking at accident out in petaluma will have more on your wednesday morning traffic. once they get back. ray loves vacations. but his diabetes never seemed to take one. everything felt like a 'no'. everything. but then ray went from no to know. with freestyle libre 2, now he knows his glucose levels when he needs to. and... when he wants to. so ray... can be ray. take the mystery out of your glucose levels,
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look at the weather and we're also looking at the airport. look at as a fedex plane doesn't think i love the i'll call them guys because there's more guys and i don't have any women in my neighborhood liver the fedex and ups the post office. yeah. oh, my gosh. a during this time of years, they do take the early, but they do the postal carrier. he said they're offering sunday's if you want the overtime, he's like i got a little baby. so i don't want get that. they can work around the clock. they want. yeah. and the weather today could be good for getting those packages out. john. yes, definitely better than yesterday was much smoother sailing as you venture onto roads this morning. are. >> really anywhere as you're venturing outside. i know the dogs like the walks better today to not having to worry so much about getting all wet this morning. we are seeing some low gray hanging out above the city. you can see some of our taller buildings in the san francisco skyline shrouded by a little bit of a low cloud cover that is still persisting across the region did make for some misty spots on roads. so do watch out for a couple of areas where you may be seeing some slick pockets. but overall today is
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dry to start an increasingly sunny towards the afternoon. we've got a really nice afternoon ahead of us with lots of sunshine for yours wednesday. thursday will bring much the same weather except much the same weather except temperatures even warmer keep that momentum going with some mid 70's expected for few spots towards the weekend. blame it on the high pressure ridge. that's job making its way back into the picture, keeping us dry, keeping us sunny. and yes, keeping us increasingly warm today will be the coolest day of the remainder of the week with highs staying in the 60's for one more day. hayward and fremont each at 65 today. oakland mill valley and san francisco all at 64 now tomorrow's high starter trend of 70's which will carry us all the way through monday of next week. some mid 70's come the weekend as i noted with lots of sunshine on friday to kick the weekend off rain. don, thanks for that. we have an accident. this is had a little. but if you're traveling along. >> one, oh, one southbound just north of petaluma boulevard. at least 2 lanes currently blocked to traffic
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sluggishly moving along and making its way along one. oh, one richmond center fell bridge. last time i checked in we were at about 14 minutes. so we're seeing a slight improvement. the traffic's picking up their 12 minutes for you to make your. commute if you're heading across to or sandra fell. >> traveling into the city from the east bay this morning. a little under 22 minutes, we still have high winds and the metering lights on a slow folks down just a little bit. >> and remember, slick conditions out th re. if you are traveling we're checking on 8.80 as you're heading from sailing angle to 38 tamil fee is 2.37 about 30 minutes traveling to livermore and hayward along to 37 5.80, not too that there along the altamont pass were seeing some delays started. james, back to you. >> thank you, ray. 7.17. let's talk for your money. we are paying more for food and gas since 1990 we know that and credit card use is resurging to the prepandemic levels and patterns. jane king is live at the nasdaq with those stories and more. hi, jen. >> hi, daryn. good morning. as we got some fresh inflation
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numbers today. so the numbers we got today consumer prices. what you and i are paying at the grocery. the gas station in the store. the numbers we got yesterday were producer prices says the companies pay for raw materials. but we're certainly feeling the pinch of these numbers out this morning. the jump was 6.2% year over year. the biggest jump since 1990 a lot of that food, rent and energy showing up. now americans have noticed. in fact, the biggest price increases at the grocery store. that's going to bank of america research at found that of all the goods and services that have gone up in price over the past year. people have been pinch. the most buy groceries restaurants bars eating out came in second. will consumers are spending more and ramping up credit card balances. so a complete reversal of what we did last year, we were paying down credit cards. however, the federal reserve does say that balances are still a 123 billion dollars lower than at the end of 2019 and san francisco ranks 32nd best city for military veterans wallet have rank cities on job
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opportunities health care overall quality of life. it was a mixed bag for vets in the bay area freeman san jose had among the highest percentages of high tech jobs that were offered to veterans. but san francisco did have a high veteran homeless population and netflix considering a second season for squid game. but has not committed to that yet. according to cnbc, the show premiered on netflix in september became a huge hit. one of the most watched series ever on netflix live from the nasdaq. i'm jane king 19 are no on that one for that. add that in show. >> thanks all just my opinion. that's right. 7.20. is the time. >> let's go to the peninsula where foster city has had it with goose kron four's maureen kelly takes a look at some of the drastic measures they're considering fix the problem. >> according to foster city officials with no natural predators and lots to eat the number of canadian geese has shot up here 78% from june
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2020 to this gym. the last count put their number at 323 gates. it's not so much the birds themselves that's getting feathers ruffled out here. it's their droppings which not only make a mask but also fouls the water. the city's vice mayor explains we have found high levels of bacteria that can be partly attributed scoop in on the 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 issues in the schools. they bring back to the classrooms. >> so after years of trying nonlethal means of keeping the numbers down. the city council voted unanimously in favor of a mitigation plan that could allow for lethal methods, not all residents are happy about this idea. well, i like an anomaly for methods. the best. >> and i don't agree with them. and the resort to killing any keys even though the geese are here year round. they are protected by migratory bird treaty act. so
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officials would have to apply for a federal permit to trap and kill some of the birds. if granted the permit could last up to one year with the lethal methods being used alongside nonlethal ones. >> until those long-term methods such as keeping eggs from hatching. >> take hold its not about eradicating them or in in aiding them. it's about controlling and managing the population. and managing the problem really another nonlethal met that they're going to try out as a pilot program funding the geese with a non harmful chemical. >> that to irritate the birds and keep them out of certain areas. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> 7.21 and coming up, a bay area man accused of participating in the capitol riots is now in another country seeking asylum. >> we'll tell you what are the charges he faces.
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>> heard the white car coast region 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 holding my phone and it all kind of look at what my head and i just >> police say the victim was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. so that person is expected to recover the suspect's vehicle is described simply as a white audi four-door sedan with dark tinted windows. if you think you know who this person was. that was driving. let police know. >> it's 7.25 and a bay area. man wanted in connection with the capitol seeking asylum in another country. 48 year-old, evan neumann of mill valley was charged earlier this month with several crimes including assaulting an officer and there are images of him at the u.s. capitol riots. this is from police body cam video. he is at the capitol and circled
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right here. and he faces several charges stemming from this, including assaulting an officer and engaging in civil disorder. instead of faces charges. newman has left the country and is seeking asylum now in belarus. and he did a recent interview in belarus where in part he said, quote, i don't think i've 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 among about 650 people who have been charged in connection with the riots. >> the cal berkeley versus usc game has been postponed due to an outbreak here within the football live with details on that. plus major outrage from players about covid protocols.
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>> eye working it in everybody's i'm doing a little yoga mat. are you doing something new job. yeah, i did. somebody rock poli me. that's too tough for which funds to help core work. whatev yesterday as long as ventured out of the house who are brave enough. that's good news you but today you have no excuses. you got to get out there because we are in for a really dry day and skies for a lot of us are actually already clearing out. just look at this view at the coast right now. happening bay. >> getting some beautiful sunshine out that direction there's certainly still cloud cover remaining in some spots, especially further inland. so watch out for a little bit of low lying cloud cover that could be in the form of fog, especially in some of our mountain passes. >> radar is looking nice and dry and we're in for a dry rest of your forecast all the way into the weekend. current temperatures range from the upper 40's and saint to the 50's. elsewhere on the map.
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we've got berkeley and san francisco at 56 oakland and san mateo each at 58 right now. tom, thank you for that. traffic is pretty busy this morning, especially at the bay bridge because we have high winds. >> we had a disabled vehicle there in the early morning hours. but it's a little under 22 minutes for your drive as you're heading into the city from the east bay here in petaluma want to one south and north of put a little boulevard an accident. so we are seeing some slight delays as you're traveling along one. oh, one richmond center fell commute traveling at a richmond a little under 17 minutes. no accidents or hazards contributing to that. but look at this in almost 22 minute commute for you as you're heading across towards the peninsula because we are starting to see some delays and it actually looks like we have some vehicles are pulled over on the bridge that has or could be contributing to the delays were seen and we'll leave you with a look at highway for if you're traveling from one 60 along to 2.42 will be a little under 45 minutes. >> routine. you're doing a lot of hiking. you go to the gym. yes, of the gym every day. and then there are a bunch of
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viewers who actually go to the 24 hour fitness that i go they're always show and so much love and just appreciate my work out these very guys. thank you at all right. 7.31 is the time. another big story we're following this morning. we have players. >> at the on the cal football team speaking out now about the university's covid testing policies are not too happy about know and the university is not too happy because so many of those players have covid. so this is something we're covering with kron four's sara stinson this morning as she has more on the situation a cow, sarah. >> interesting timing, right. i mean, you have a major outbreak within the cal football team. and then meanwhile, you have some of the leading football players tweeting frustration about the covid protocol. the health department in berkeley very frustrated and worried about this outbreak with apparently over 40 active cases because, of course, that could trickle into the community and in the city of berkeley. they're saying, you know, if you're not going to fall protocol. this is what happens. and so
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where he seeing a lot on a venting on social media. this all comes after this outbreak postpones this saturday's game again to usc and the strict covid protocols actually had the team playing without 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 twitter on behalf of the players. he said it's on your screen right now. he said we players are frustrated with our university health services city and university officials spoke with us today. they really had no answers for us. they just beat around the bush and deflected our questions. then defensive back loop that they can retreat tweeted explaining his own frustration as well saying. >> uhs told us we could be arrested for refusing to test as vaccinated individuals with no symptoms. if i understand correctly, i could go to san francisco steal a bunch of items in walgreens and not be
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arrested. however. >> if i refused to test in berkeley. i can be according to pac 12 players who are fully vaccinated are not required to get testing cal's athletic director says they're just following the protocols set by the school and the city health department the goal posts have been the same since we started this. you know, we've. >> we've got a university health system with medical doctors who 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. >> officials say 99.5% of the football program has been
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fully vaccinated there's apparently just 2 people who have not been vaccinated and the athletic director wouldn't tell us who these people were in why they were able to not get vaccinated you know, that that usc game house was play usc this saturday. that's being postponed until december 4th. meantime, there is a game that cal be playing. and as of now and that is against stanford. that's going to be november 20th now. meanwhile, right now the teams inside the stadium. i think they're in a meeting right now. it's all the players walking in. of course, i asked them if they wanted to comment. many of them declining. i asked them to invite chase or luego here because hey, if you're going to put a tweet out. humans will come out. >> on camera and tell us how you're feeling. so hopefully they'll come out. we can talk with them. stay tune for that. plus, we're hoping to get the health department on this morning. lots more to cover for now, send it back to the all those players and nobody would talk. no, no, he would.
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i talk to a rugby player. he said we're not allowed to and i said, well, some of the football team's very vocal on twitter in my opinion, if you're going to put it with a tweet out that has hundreds of retwe ts. might as well get on camera say your opinion. >> it on the record. your opinion everybody's entitled to their opinion all right. thank you. gave an opportunity. 7.36 right now. there's a new health order that requires first responders in alameda county to be vaccinated. they have until december 21st to show proof and if they don't, then they have to wear masks and they have to also get tested weekly. a booster shot is not required to be those vaccination standards. today. several bay area counties are launching vaccine clinics for kids aged 5 to 11 to get them covid covered in sonoma county. you can see what they've got going here. a couple of to first one is at one 30 at mcdowell elementary in petaluma and there's a clinic at 3 o'clock at harmony elementary school and occidental in san mateo
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county. there's a clinic opening at the san mateo county event center and you know what, they're going have superheroes there and red carpet just to make it fun for the kids and in solano county, they've got a mass vaccination site for kids. that is opening at the solano county fairgrounds in vallejo and they're going to be operating that from 9 to 4 every wednesday through saturday. so starting today, every wednesday through saturday and will go all the way through the middle of december. >> well, with covid cases rising across california health experts are growing a bit more concerned about a possible surge this coming winter state officials are reporting that there are now about 6,000 new cases per day. that's up from the 5,000 per day. that was reported just a few weeks ago and health experts say these numbers, yes, they are a bit concerning, especially with the holidays right around the corner. take a listen. >> it's of concern that the numbers are going up in a time when we are facing in less
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than 3 weeks thanksgiving. and we know what happened 10 days 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. >> yeah. hospitalizations are also rising across the state but not at the same level that we saw last year and experts say that's because many more of us are now vaccinated. doctor anthony fauci is joining a bay area. congresswoman answering questions about covid and the holidays because one of the big concerns is. >> that we could be in for some kind of surge with all the indoor gatherings. fauci says that if you're fully vaccinated, you can go ahead and enjoy that time with family. but if you are not vaccinated, he warns that you should wear a mask and you should be tested before you gather. >> the risk there is obviously still present its diminished by the single shot. but it isn't as diminished as if you are fully vaccinated.
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>> and who is fully vaccinated. well, and the numbers are going up there. but he says we need a lot more people to get those shots before we reach herd immunity. but right now there are 62 million americans who have not gotten their covid vaccine. it's 7.38 and. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news what does quarterback aaron rodgers have to say now that he's facing a fine for misleading people and the team about his vaccination status. and after the break, what is governor newsom have to say about why he missed the un climate summit. we've got the answer and there's a hand that halloween picture and then after the break, we'll also tell you how much gas prices are climbing as we head into a time when you might be driving around for driving around for th mrs. claus the shopping boss here to help you merry savers decorate with the best bargains ever! ross has savings on everything you need to get the party started. because who waits for shipping anymore? or guests?! i love saying yes to more merry for less at ross!
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to be driving to u.s. and pay more for gas that always seems to go hand in hand with the holidays. >> we're actually getting up to record territory once again when it comes to gas prices. a gallon of regular is selling for over $5 a gallon and a lot of stations around town. it was hard for us to go to san jose. just find signs of $5 plus, everywhere. yeah, that's for sure. the ceo of robinson oil says that the problem pandemic issues partly to blame supply and that's that's really an issue that is way bigger than just just the energy sector sector. >> you 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. yeah. >> well, here's a look at current prices around the bay area on average in san francisco. it's running about 45 a gallon. one of the most expensive center fell actually beats it out by a penny of 46, then everybody else is around 4 7677 a gallon still way expensive for regular gas will be right back.
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alright, here we go, miller in motion. wha — wait, wait, is that a... baby on the field?? it looks like it, craig. and the defensive linemen are playing peek-a-boo. i've never seen anything like that before. harris now appears to be burping the baby. that's a great moment right there. the ref going to the rule book here. what, wait a minute! harris is off to the races! we don't need any more trick plays. touchdown!! but we could all use more ways to save. are you kidding me?? it's going to be a long bus ride home for the defense. switch to geico for more ways to save.
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>> welcome back. 7.46 on this wednesday morning. a little bit of a different look out there this morning than what we saw yesterday at the same time traded in the rainfall for some cloudier skies this morning. but staying dry as we work our way, not just through today but really the rest of the week beyond this point, san jose not the clearest of days for you so far. but we will tap into some sunshine later on so we're starting
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mostly cloudy. but look at future cast skies will clear out really nicely come the afternoon. tomorrow is going to be another clear and dry day the difference tomorrow is actually going to have a warm feel to it today jacket where the even into the afternoon tomorrow. the return of 70's, something that's going to carry us all the way into the weekend. beyond that 0.70's on into your saturday sunday, even monday of next week due to a ridge of high pressure that's building back in keeping us dry, keeping us pretty clear and also resulting in temperatures eventually scooting up words today is going to be another cool one. our highs in the 60's much like they were yesterday. so if you remember the field that yesterday afternoon brought us today is going to bring a pretty similar comfortably. cool 5 to it. tomorrow's temperatures back into the 70's, even warmer mid 70's by friday saturday, sunday and monday we'll start to cool down into the middle of next week and rain chances increase, especially into wednesday. rain. don, thank you for that. we do have a hot spot out there. we've been following his accident up in petaluma. >> so now 2 lanes currently
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blocked one oh, one south and north of petaluma bulevar would not suggest taking any other highways. i woudd just suggest waiting it out as you travel to this area to liberty and petaluma a little under 27 minutes heading into the city right now because of high winds. we had earlier hazard that slowed us down but not seen any accidents there at this hour, headed across towards the peninsula because of delays along one o one. won't you do hit the peninsula side. we are starting to slow down a bit along the san mateo bridge. and we also have high winds there. so about 23 minutes for your drive in the south bay westbound to 37 anchor road. you've got an accident there. so we are tracking that we're seeing a slight delay slower highways out there this moment. if you're traveling crockett down towards the maze is a 47 minute drive. so san pablo avenue. always a good alternate if you're trying to get around that and the richmond center fell bridge a little under 18 out of richmond across towards yenter fell darya james, back to you. thanks some and in the north
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bay, a woman who is accused of killing this 19 year-old michael lopretta. >> the woman made her first appearance in fairfield court and a lot credit. he was killed while trying to buy a car. the defendant. let's take a look at the courtroom shot his 24 year olds. comrie a strange. and police say the 2 of them met online and the prada was going to buy a car from her. and so he drove from benicia to fairfield last thursday to make that purchase. but at some point in the conversation. shots were fired and the prada was killed. the preds family is disputing the notion that this was a robbery gone wrong. >> what robbery goes right. robbery 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 that they're not going to seek the death penalty in the case. and she did not strange. she didn't enter a plea. she is due back in court on friday.
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>> well, in the south bay cure roy police now have made a second arrest in the deadly shooting at a city council members home over the halloween weekend. officials say 18 year-old lucas thomas said he was arrested in gilroy when authorities served a search warrant as part of their investigation. a teenager was killed and 3 other teens were hurt when shots were fired at that house party the night before halloween police say the investigation is still ongoing. >> time now 07:50am. >> and now we're hearing is the reason behind governor newsom's abrupt canceling of his trip to go to the un climate summit in scotland. yeah. at the time he said it was due to a family obligation and. >> since then the governor says that that obligation it was halloween with his kids. >> 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
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cancel that trip. >> so i mean, you may cancel james like a you know, apparently cancel a meeting or they say, oh, i'm not going to go out with the girls because i want but when you're a leader, can select. i'm not going to a world summit because my kids have killed him staying home that happens or, you know, you just feel like family time. i got i got to decide what to do. those bonds are i luckily i don't have anything important to do. so. i >> all right. speaking of the green bay should say the nfl has fined the green bay packers and the quarterback aaron rodgers for violating covid protocols. the packers got slapped with a $300,000 fine yeah, rodgers, grand 1515, grit for which aaron rodgers is nothing but. >> allen lazard. the wide receiver also that find the 15 grand because lazard, they were not vaccinated and against policy went to a halloween party right. and nfl
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has a rule that you can't have liked more than 3 unvaccinated mingling and in also rogers acknowledges that he misled people about being vaccinated. he said he was immunized rights, which not the same as vax. now, we did some holistic stuff and he didn't get the shot. and so he was behaving kind of as if he did and he did so he had to go into covid protocol because he got covid. you probably heard of the time runs out for that on saturday. and then sunday, they play the seahawks so the play, of course i mean, if they say he put likely. we'll be right back. what you don't know.
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>> 7.55 right now and guess what, you know to the national parks for free. yeah. tomorrow. for veterans day. >> entry fees are going to be waved at all. national parks. military remembered sites are also free to and that includes places like fort point, national historic site. a cumbria national monument and the rosie. the riveter world war 2 home front national historical park as well. it is just around the corner. >> decorations are going up. yes. hole there they did some research in the journal of environmental psychology. okay. and they say that people who put their decorations up
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earlier tend to be happier and friendlier people that they are more apt to decorate it. because they're they're eager for the holiday season all that, joy and happiness and they're already decorating because they're anticipating. they say when you do that, by the way, you bush did open me. >> well, there you go. that's still good. owns ago on i just have to share with i just bought it. world market. this adorable little baby. i don't call it a christmas tree, some jewish, but it's a tree really it doesn't have any what i want to miss on a guy can keep that if you're around, it's really cute show to with the survey does about keeping the deck. if you're the first to decorate. but the last to take them down. yeah. you want to make it last that do what does that say about you. >> we'll right when we do come back. by the in san jose will tell you why the city council has unanimously voted to remove. >> a statue that's been there a long time. plus, the san mateo county sheriff's office says they will no longer respond to inmate transfer
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requests from ice will tell you why they say it will be better for them. and the community.
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at 8 o'clock. you can see the sky is blue now wind the sun is out and john's been following a really nice looking forecast for the rest the day. and i guess the rest of the week ahead to hunt on the rest of the week is looking a lot dry air, that's for sure. and actually little bit warmer, too, especially come tomorrow in the weekend ahead of us today. we'll stay on the comfortably. cool side of things, bringing a similar feel as to what yesterday afternoon brought us, but we're certainly not bring what we saw yesterday morning, which was the rain, in fact, look at this view outside at half moon bay. it is nice and clear. one of our first spots to be seeing sunshine as much as we are out there along the coastline. a little cloudier, the further inland you get. and we do have some valley fog, especially up in the county in the central valley that you want to watch out for radar does show or otherwise dry conditions and temperatures are in a range of 50's for most of us. san mateo hayward, alameda and oakland beach at 58 degrees talking more about this warm-up that we have in the work still to come. first, though, on over to will go. we've got a couple


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