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>> now at 3. if everything seems more expensive. that's because it is inflation has hit. >> an all time high. we're learning just how much more you're spending on everyday items. governor gavin newsome response to critics today after rumors surfaced, he had an adverse reaction to the covid-19 booster shot his words for the media outlets that reported it. and the man accused of killing 2 men and injuring a 3rd during a racial injustice protest takes the stand in his own murder trial. you sobbing in the middle of his testimony. now from the local news station.
>> this is kron 4 news at 3. >> we supply was going down. the was going up. the result is nothing other than increase prices. >> bay area residents will have to dig deeper into their pockets. inflation has soared to its highest level in more than 30 years and it might get worse before it gets better. thanks for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3. i'm noelle bellow for the past several months and prices have been climbing for everything from food to retail items to gas. and today we've got a clearer idea of just how bad it is. kron. four's. charles clifford is tracking the rise in prices. he joins us now with the details. charles. >> yeah. well, we've seen prices for retail items food. i get on the lumber store and then just the price raw lumber was up. it's been climbing for months and now we're seeing just how bad the problem according to the labor department, consumer prices
climbed 6.2% in october as compared to a year ago. that's more than expected and inflation hasn't risen this passed since the early 1990's. the prices of almost everything fuel food, vehicles, housing and retail items are all climbing. >> inflation is the result of high demand from consumers and a lack of supply due to fuel shortages around the world bottlenecks at ports and labor shortages, including a lack of truck drivers. the labor department says that the economy is adding jobs and wages are increasing but that the steep inflation is wiping out any gains that the average worker might be making federal regulators and treasury secretary janet yellen have long claimed that the inflation is just temporary as the economy recovers from the pandemic. cal state university east bay economics professor far hudson baton says he expects prices will eventually come down, but it could take a while you just cannot go back to normal overnight is going to take several months. >> probably several quarters so that they can. now the supply chain, make sure that all these backlogs are taken
care of. i would say probably for the better part of 2022. we're going to still see some price rises. but hopefully it might be for the end of the year. i would think that you're going to see less of an inflation. >> so far. the feds have not tried to stop or slow the inflation because they fear that doing so could slow down job growth and hurt the economy. but with inflation now rising at the fastest rate in 3 decades. there are signs the feds might be willing to step in by raising interest rates next they're not going to be as easy. >> as they were in the past several years. so the rates are going to go up. >> all right. back live now and heading into the thanksgiving and christmas holiday. it's unlikely the prices will drop before the end of this year. so expect higher prices for your meals in your gifts. this christmas. but for now in san mateo county. charles clifford kron. 4 news. thank you, charles. >> to our coronavirus coverage this afternoon. state leaders
say they're gearing up for a possible covid-19 surge this winter season. our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains what the governor and state health officials say they're doing to prepare. >> winter is coming. state leaders warning yet another potential covid-19 spike could be on the way soon visiting a va facility in los angeles wednesday. the governor pointing to rising case rates and other parts of the country and plateauing hospitalizations cases and positivity rates in california. vaccines our way through this pandemic we are concerned about the winter. we're concerned about rising case numbers pressure on our hospitals from a number of other issues on top of covid the state's health and human services secretary doctor mark galli urging anyone who wants a booster shot at this point to get it now is the best time to consider getting that shot. and while you're there, ask inquire about getting your flu shot if you haven't already wednesday marks exactly 2 weeks since governor newsome received his booster shot the governor responding to speculation. he got sick from that shot. yeah, well, that's
made up. i had absolutely no impact from the covid shot in the north. the original nor the booster. absolutely not. no fatigue. >> even though soreness state health officials say about 90% of adults in the state have received at least one dose of the covid-19 vaccine. now a week into making vaccines available for children, ages 5 to 11 years old. as of wednesday. more than 110,000 of them have gotten their first shot in california. that just the beginning. with over nearly 1.6 million shots here. >> in california available to young people. we're starting to see this pickup and i'm really encouraged about what this means for our state. >> as ashley reported, governor gavin newsom responded to report. he became ill from his covid-19 booster shot this after he was absent from public view for a couple of weeks. this is how he addressed those rumors today. well, that's made up. i had absolutely no impact from.
>> the covid shot in the north. the original nor the booster. absolutely not. no fatigue even though soreness. >> the governor did not make any public appearances for nearly 2 weeks since canceling his trip to the united nations climate summit in scotland during his first public appearance since october. yesterday, the governor said he chose to stay home to spend halloween with his children. to the south bay now where santa clara county health officials are urging residents to get their booster shots before turkey day. officials also wanted to clarify who is eligible for a booster kron four's. rob fladeboe joining us live now from san jose with those details afternoon. rob. >> good afternoon to, you know. that's right. just to pick up and reiterate what we heard in ashley's report in doctor galley saying the same thing here in santa clara county with covid-19 infection on the rise in california and a slight uptick here in the south bay officials are saying
now is the time to get that booster shot to avoid a surge s. let's take a look at the video we can see that a lot of people are indeed getting the vaccine. the booster shot here at the county fairgrounds, the san jose and another clinics around the bay area. but officials say that so far at least here in the south bay only about 20% of those eligible have gotten the booster. that's about 200,000 out of a million people who are eligible today. officials trying to clear up some confusion over who exactly is eligible. the cdc has said the booster is available to those over 65 as well as those 18 and over who live a long-term care settings have underlying medical conditions or work. we're live in high-risk settings. but if you drill down on those guidelines, they include pretty much everybody says santa clara county chief medical officer doctor sara cody. >> but i think what the public heard was. i have to be 65 otherwise they should get a booster and that's not correct. that's not correct.
so the other groups where may wish recommend pretty much all of us fall fall into that because that you're 18 or over and. you may have increased risk of exposure due to your interactions with the public. you may have an underlying medical condition underlying medical conditions include everything, including depression anxiety. hypertension, diabetes obesity. there are very few of us who don't fall into one of, you know, meet one of those eligibility criteria. >> in other words, is doctor cody no one will be turned away. now there are plenty of appointments available here at the santa clara county fairgrounds and the other a vaccination sites are across the south and across the bay area for that matter. and one more item other is a plenty of vaccine to go around. so county officials say it is
imperative that people get the vaccine a couple of weeks before the holiday set in live in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> all right, rob, thank you for that report. >> by the end of today. nearly 1 million children ages 5 to 11 are expected to have received their first dose of the pfizer covid-19 vaccine. it's been just one week after the vaccine became of ella available for this age group. >> officials say about 20,000 vaccination sites across the country are currently providing shots for young children, including schools, hospitals and community health centers. the white house says about 700,000 appointments have already been made at pharmacies for the upcoming days. in the north bay. the sonoma county sheriff's office served a search warrant at the home of former windsor mayor domenic poli, the poli resigned in june after multiple women accused him of assault. the sheriff says today the county's domestic violence and assault detectives took some items from foot police home, but
they did not specify what those items were kron four's terisa stasio is following up on the story tonight. she'll have more details coming up on kron 4 news at 8. and national news now kyle rittenhouse takes the stand in the murder trial against him. rittenhouse defending himself today giving an emotional recounting of the events that led to him shooting and killing 2 demonstrators last year. kaylee be sun has more from the struggle inside the courtroom. >> kyle rittenhouse emotionally breaking down as he takes the stand in his own defense. the judge calling for a break. and minutes later a cross examination begins. everybody that you shot at night, you intended to kill. >> i didn't intend to kill them. i attended i intended to stop the people who are attacking may. i did what i
had to do to stop the person who was attacking rittenhouse stated he opened fire during the protests after joseph rosenbaum chased him down and put his hand on the barrel of his rifle. >> after that rittenhouse testified he shot another man in the street. anthony huber after huber struck him in the neck with his skateboard and grabbed the rifle rittenhouse also describing the encounter with a 3rd man gaige who rittenhouse shot and injured. mister grosskreutz. >> he lunges at me with his pistol pointed directly at my head. didn't do anything wrong. i defended myself. the prosecutor thomas binger wanted to bring up a prior shooting. >> which rittenhouse was there with friends and said he wished he had had his gun with him. >> the judge visibly upset saying bigger was violating a pre trial ruling i astonished. >> when you began your examination by commenting on
the defendant's post arrest silence. that's basically it's been basic law in this country for 40 years. 50 years grace and with me. you know very well. you know very well that attorney can't go into these types of areas when the judge has already ruled without asking outside the presence of the jury to do so. don't give me that. >> that was kaylie the sun reporting rittenhouse is charged with 5 felonies and a misdemeanor in the case. he could face life in prison if convicted. >> coming up today on kron, 4 news at 3. a controversial statue coming down in san jose why the city council unanimously voted to have it removed and yet another union square store is closing its doors. the reason behind that move in san francisco. and after the break, hayward police cracking down on catalytic converter thefts. we've got details on their latest arrest. and our wet
attorney's office says 36 roberto belt ran out rain. us killed rosco zelaya while their 4 year-old child was in the other room. us then allegedly called the victim's mother to tell her about the shooting. he was later arrested in san francisco around us did not enter a plea. he is being held on 11 million dollars bail. down in the south bay, a controversial statue in downtown san jose is coming down after 30 years, city council members unanimously voted to remove the thomas fallon statue after hearing from mexican and indigenous speakers about how they felt when they see the statue, they say it's a symbol of colonization genocide and the taking over of other people's land. the city now has to decide if the 12,000 pound statue should be melted down or move to a city storage. >> i mean, history has a place in our society. i don't know that honoring a particular
statue is in public areas is probably the best thing for our country. >> you know, i think they should place for them. somewhere in the areas, but maybe not right downtown. some people. >> well, a slave traders, for example. don't the service that you and the public. same thing for. i would extend that other countries right. that have a colonial past. >> city staff say san jose cannot destroy the statue because doing so would be against federal and state laws protecting an artist's work. >> in the east bay oakland city workers may no longer have to worry about smoking cannabis well off the job oakland's public safety committee voted unanimously to end testing for off the job. cannabis use. >> vice mayor rebecca kaplan says the city is already facing a recruiting crisis and has trouble retaining employees with the current testing rules in place. the proposal will now go before the full city council and an
approval there would do away with that testing. switching gears. now it's time to talk about the weather taking a live look at the golden gate bridge. look at those blue skies more sunshine and warmer temperatures have finally arrived. but just how long is it going to last for us. kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. she's joining us now looking at all the rain we've got over the last couple of yeah, that's right. no. well, in fact, our 2 most recent atmosphere gruver's really did benefit the bay area. take a look. >> at or above average rainfall with santa rosa seeing more than 13 and a half inches of rain. that's more rain that we got all of last year. what season. so last winter as we know, we only saw about 13 inches of rain for santa rosa already seeing about half an inch higher. and this wet season is just getting started. so we are going to track drive mild conditions from now. until then, which is great. let's
just let all that moisture soak into the soil. but we're tracking clear blue skies calm, wind speeds out there right now on radar for not really tracking any cloud cover today. very seasonal temperatures as you step outside widespread mid to upper 60's exactly where we should be for this time of year. livermore 68 degrees, mid 60's for oakland and downtown san francisco at 64 degrees of peace, half moon bay currently at 61 degrees with pleasant temperatures. for those of you in san jose trying to flirt with 70's. but currently 69 degrees and when tracker for overall tracking calm winds. thanks to those northerly low winds. we are tracking overall clear conditions out there today and temperatures are going to remain in the mid to upper 40's for north bay and east bay valleys a little bit milder around the bay area shoreline with low 50's downtown san francisco and oakland 52 degrees and high temperatures tomorrow. few degrees above average even tracking some mid 70's. those of you in novato 73 degrees, low 70's for santa rosa and
san jose flirting with 70's for livermore in downtown san francisco. exactly where we should be in the mid 60's, but we are going to continue to see warmer and drier weather lasting all weekend long, even through monday of this upcoming week slight chance of rain on tuesday. know all that looks like that storm track still going to remain a bit to our north, but it will help cool us down a bit. back to you. all right. thanks for precept hayward. police say there is one less catalytic converter thief in their city. officers arrested a suspect. >> that may be connected to several recent catalytic converter theft crimes. kron 4 says he has that story. >> in the photographs that are pictured. there are several different brands that long to a car. a few catalytic converters, a replica handgun was kind of that orange tip as well. as a kind of ice which is offering is just like a burglary tool. saws will take machine that can quickly cut out the talent. converters. >> the man arrested for
allegedly being in possession of the stolen ribs is now under investigation for being the primary suspect in several recent catalytic converter thefts in the city of hayward, hayward police spokesperson officer cassandra fogle says it was a previous victims description of the suspect that that officers to contacting the man who was in a vehicle filled with these items and so when this case happened just a few days ago. last week. >> he recognized a similar description and thought it could be the same person and we're just so grateful that we had good witnesses who provided good information and descriptions. the next step for. that's to gators is the process of connecting these catalytic converters to the victim's vehicles, perhaps if you match up the exact cuts from the victim's vehicle. that's that's one of the most difficult things here during the pandemic, law enforcement agencies across the bay area have reported that thieves are more attractive than ever to the pollution fighting
catalytic converters primarily for their precious metals like rhodium platinum and palladium, which are worth thousands of dollars by the it's something that used to be a lucrative business. >> and and now what they're doing with these precious metals that are essentially inside the count date. >> have to take them out of the area or find like. as possibly a black market to get. money for them. >> has it but you run for news. >> for the 5th time. a california parole panel is recommending charles manson follower leslie van houten be released from prison houghton is serving life in prison for helping manson another cold members kill los angeles grocer leno labianca and his wife back in 1969 both former governor jerry brown and governor gavin newsom have blocked her release twice each. the recommendation will go up for a 120 day procedural review and then it will head back to governor some. still
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explains. it's a matter of public health. >> it was a bacteria that can be partly attributed scoop in on loose 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. >> the city council voted unanimously in favor geese mitigation plan that could allow for lethal methods here. but since geese are federally protected, the council will need to be granted. a special permit in order to do that. coming up next at 3.30, facing rising inflation and the potential for empty shelves. this holiday season. >> the white house is rolling out new plans to address both of those problems. but will it be question. plus, it's not just in your head. dozens of bay area zip codes topped the list of the most expensive places in the country. stick with us to find out if your zip code made that list. and
>> has more. >> the post street store front of dsw or designer shoe warehouse is boarded up and a bright green closed sign is taped to their front door. there were reports earlier this year. that the nationwide retail chain was planning on shattering 65 stores over the next 4 years citing a drop off in shoppers leaving their homes opting to shop online. instead, it is one of several major retailers closing up big brick and mortar locations around the union square shopping mecca. now all around the square for lease signs. fill up the store windows and set of smartly dressed mannequins with at least one retailer is taking advantage of the extra square footage available guns opened up their holiday shop. >> the san mateo county sheriff is no longer going to cooperate with immigration and customs enforcement unless they're ordered by a judge care of carlos bolanos says their refusal to cooperate with ice as part of his
department's mission to protect all county residents. alanna says ice can obtain a warrant if they believe an inmate poses a serious threat and wants his department's help the sheriff says he has support from residents and several san mateo county supervisors on this new policy. a record number of ships are still waiting to unload cargo at the ports of los angeles and long beach. look at that. according to the marine exchange 111 container ships are just off our shores waiting to unload the 2 ports do remain clogged despite an around the clock schedule as well as looming fines for containers. i have been left at the docks. president biden did visit the port of baltimore earlier today touting the success of the bipardisan infrastructure deal the president says this bill will help relieve the
congestion in the global supply chain and will help with the rising inflation rate. our dc correspondent anna wiernicki is in washington with more. good evening. today is the first stop of the president's tour around the country to showcase the recently passed infrastructure bill. >> and pitch the social spending bill that's making its way through congress. president joe biden is in baltimore wednesday to showcase how the recently passed one 0.2 trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill will deliver much needed economic relief to americans getting prices down. number one. >> number 2, making sure our stores are fully stocked and number 3, getting a lot of people back to work. the administration says the bill will allocate 17 billion dollars to upgrade ports struggling to keep up with the surging demands. president biden has said to us and his team used every tool that we have to deliver relief for the american people around supply chains. >> and so that's what we're doing. but the trip comes at a
critical time on wednesday, the labor department reported that consumer prices in october. jumped 6.2% from last year. the largest inflation surge in more than 30 years. senate majority leader chuck schumer said in a tweet that the best way to address inflation is to pass the president's build back better plan. it's a direct result. of flooding the country. with money. but republicans on capitol hill say democrats policies are to blame for the rising rates. the more you expand government, the more money put in the system. the more inflation you've got to have now is not the time to do these policies. but with the holiday season just around the corner democrats say they plan to move quickly to address these issues with or without the support of republicans. congress is expected to take up the bill back better act when they return from recess next week and the president says he does plan to sign the infrastructure bill on monday for now in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you.
>> visitors will once again be able to enjoy the world's largest trees. sequoia national park reopens tomorrow. the park was closed several weeks ago. >> because of the knp complex fire, which was just tearing through historic groves of those giant trees in the park. but tomorrow starting at 07:00am visitors will once again be allowed inside limited areas for day. use only the reopening comes on veterans day, which means entrance there is actually free tomorrow. and that's not the only place. in fact, it's free to visit every national park tomorrow in honor of veterans day, charles, the last fee-free day of the year for national park sites around the nation. military rememberance sites are also free to visit tomorrow, including the fort point, national historic site rio national monument and the rosie. the riveter world war 2 home front national historical park kron 4 does want to recognize the bay area men and women who have served in the military. you can submit a
photograph of a service member. you would like us to honor on our website. kron 4 dot com just upload their picture along with their name, their rank branch of service and their home town. you can now find the link right on our homepage kron 4 dot com just scan that qr code and will take you straight there. want to talk about our forecast now taking a live look outside at sfo. probably no delays today since there's no issues with the weather recently cooked up a really nice forecast for today. yeah. it's really great. and it's going to get even better know. well in honor of veterans day. let's take a look at your veterans day forecast for inland valleys. >> upper 60's with low to mid 70's for parts of the north bay and south bays mid 60's along the coast. so everyone from coast to valley should be happy for your veterans day forecast. breezy winds out of the northwest at 15 miles per hour or let's take a look at your microclimate thursday outlook because we are tracking very seasonal temperatures slightly warmer tomorrow compared to today. a
lot of sunshine 66 degrees for the marina district and downtown san francisco mid 60's for those of you at half moon bay. we should be averaging mid to upper 60's for most bay area cities. but we're going to see low 70's for millbrae burlingame and even brisbane throughout the peninsula. san mateo and san carlos 72 degrees of peace with the widespread mid and even low 70's for most of the south bay san jose 70 degrees. but check out santa clara in cupertino, mid 70's too. so very pleasant temperatures there. hope you go out and enjoy your thursday afternoon and don't forget to thank a veteran livermore 69 degrees with widespread 60's 70's throughout the east bay shoreline sanli under 71 degrees, danville 74 degrees. so very pleasant temperatures there benicia in the low 70's knapp of the little bit cooler 67 degrees. but very pleasant. nonetheless, that nevado and even sandra fell in the mid 70's for your thursday
afternoon highs. very similar conditions on friday. tracking that sunshine hanging tight mix of sun and clouds, though this weekend. but temperatures for most of our inland valleys going to remain in the 70's. but we do have a slight chance of showers on tuesday, noel. but it looks like we're going to stay dry and mild for the next 7 days. back to you. all right. we'll take it. thanks. we have some breaking news out of oakland right now. police are investigating a shooting that happened just outside the fox theater. >> here's some video of the scene from the citizen app. police say it all happened in broad daylight just before 2.30 this afternoon. so just about an hour ago, a woman was shot. she is currently being treated at a local hospital and is said to be stable at this point. an investigation is ongoing, though a motive has not yet been released. oakland. police are asking anyone with information to call the department. coming up in health news this afternoon. what new research is showing when it comes to your risk of
suffering a stroke 11 years earlier than tobacco smokers. the study actually found e-cigarette users. we're just 48 years old at the time of their first stroke which is the average age for a traditional smoker suffering a stroke coming in at 59 years old. now, despite the growing popularity of nicotine filled e-cigarettes. there are only a few reports on their safety risks and how successful they are at helping people to actually quit smoking. that's what most people say they get on e-cigarettes to stop smoking for your money. a new report shows some of the most expensive zip codes in the united states are right here in the bay area's if we didn't know for the 5th year in a row at 3rd in zip code 9, 4, 0, 2, 7 landed at the number one spot with a median home sale. price of nearly 7 and a half million dollars. the report shoms for the first time in history, the top 10 zip codes were above the 4 million mark
been charged with 4 felonies in the deadly dui crash that killed a woman last week. hector mejia reports. >> yeah, well, if convicted henry ruggs faces mandatory prison time anywhere between 2.50 years, possibly more. this is all still in the early stages, though. this morning, the judge allowed the rugs legal team to waive his presence in court in person. but no reason for that request was given in court no pleas were entered by the henry ruggs legal team wednesday morning. he now faces a total of 5 counts prosecutors added 3 additional counts since last week's initial court appearance for felony dui and reckless driving charges da stiefel son explain a second felony dui charge. >> we believe mister ruggs, his girlfriend was substantially injured. that's for the second reckless driving as well. and then the misdemeanor. prohibited person
possession of a firearm rugs is being monitored for all the hall while he's on house arrest. we've learned he has been complaints so far. according to justice of the peace. susan bochum, who also reminded the defense that any miss check ins or failed tests will result in the removal of bail. >> ruggs is accused of driving a 156 miles an hour on rainbow moments before causing the crash that killed 23 year-old tina tent or meanwhile, his attorneys asked the public to hold judgment. >> i've had multiple experiences where the facts that were presented at the outset of the case turned out not to be the facts. so that's why i keep saying, please don't prejudge let us do our work in the courtroom. also in a move described by the judge and the da has unusual rugs. attorneys asked the judge to prevent the prosecution. >> from obtaining his girlfriend's medical records. the judge said she'll make a decision on december. the 8th
the victim's family did appear in court this morning. that's even after they're getting ready for a really difficult day tomorrow. tina 10 tour. >> will be laid to rest tomorrow afternoon here in town. that's according to an obituary posted by the funeral home in downtown las vegas hector mejia. >> taking a back here to the bay area where it's time to talk about the weather forecast. this is a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza traffic moving nice and smoothly. i mean, the blue skies. you cannot beat it here. kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez joining us now with the details here in the bay area, but in the sierras recent. yeah, we're tracking a little bit of everything and all have updated snow totals coming up in just a minute. but let's take a look at your bay area forecast. >> coit tower looking great, especially with that clear blue sky in the background. we're going to see a lot of sunshine starting today and even continuing through friday, a mix of sun and by this weekend. but still very nice. temperatures nonetheless
radar for though, seeing some light sprinkles out there right now, specifically along the western portions of the sierra. but over all that snow maker gone. we're tracking what did snow totals. the highest amounts palisades tahoe, 7 inches of fresh powder as did the sugar bowl. but for heavenly and kingville just up to an inch of snow. but a lot of moisture. we even saw a mixture of rain and snow showers throughout the sierra. they said that atmospheric river. but starting today, even continuing through tomorrow. low to mid 60's. so we are going to see a gradual warm up with widespread mid 60's. this weekend for your forecast. so i know thanksgiving is right around the corner know. i'll never too early to plan your getaway. back to you. thanks resign for your money. this afternoon. a new start up app wants to help you return online purchases. rich demuro explains how it works in today's tech smart. >> we've gotten so used to the ease of online shopping. a few
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>> well, if you're doing thanksgiving right, you're going to have some leftovers depending on whether you're planning to stash the food in the fridge and the freezer thanksgiving leftovers can last anywhere from 3 days to 4 days. they say the u.s. department of agriculture says to ensure your food is stored away before any harmful bacteria can form recommends dividing up the dishes into some shallow containers within 2 hours of cooking and eating the usda says it's ok if your food is still warm, when you pack it up. don't worry about that. and health officials say
cook turkey as well as thanksgiving sides can be kept in a fridge for 3 or 4 days before it should be eaten. i don't know if i i might not have any macaroni and cheese or dressing left the store. but does tnis is all good information to know. it's time now to check in with newsnation are going to see what they're working on for tonight. >> us inflation hit a 30 year high and president biden finally acknowledges the problem. will he do anything to actually fix it. plus, the new word. some moderate democrats are using to describe themselves. that's on balance. now here's day. >> thanks, leland. tonight on dan abrams live on news nation fighting to work from home for just an extra hour of sleep. what about everyone else. it doesn't have that luxury. plus kyle rittenhouse take the stand. the fiery moments in court. that's tonight. and dan abrams live. >> it's all coming up tonight on the fastest growing cable news network in america. newsnation. you can find it on the channels listed here on
your screen. we've got more details available on our website as well. kron 4 dot com. we do have a we do have little bit of time for a final check of our weather forecast. marissa are going to see clouds moving in tomorrow. know we're going to stay sunny noel. so i know today's your friday. happy friday for the rest of us. it's hump day. but let's take a live look outside. >> tracking a lot of sunshine out there right now and temperatures nice and warm. in fact, very pleasant as you make your way into the east bay for those of you in berkeley and dublin 69 degrees. so no complaints there. widespread mid 60's, though, for everyone else with downtown san francisco and alameda at 64 degrees and mid 60's for novato and san anselmo. 66 degrees high temperatures tomorrow. widespread low to mid 70's. as you make your way inland. but along the bay area shoreline. we're going to be in the mid 60's to upper 60's for those of you in redwood city in fremont, 68 degrees. but check out nevada 73 degrees for your thursday afternoon. highs in
this weekend. also looking great some clouds. but overall a lot of upper 60's and low 70's for the days ahead and dry as well. back to, you know, well, kind of soak up that sun. alright, thanks. mabrisa. the news doesn't end here. of course, our coverage continues at the top of the hour on the kron on app. coming up at 4 in oakland city council member is launching a campaign to become the next mayor of oakland. >> we're going to bring you her announcement live, use your phone scanned. the qr code on your screen and it will take you straight europe starts. you can download kron on for free. >> about the time we've got for thps afternoon. thanks for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3 well below.
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