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i love saying yes to more merry for less at ross. when fun time. >> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news heading happiness. a lot of tears, a lot of feeling some sense of validation. >> this is been a long investigation. now on kron. 4 news at a deputies raid. the home of former windsor mayor domenic poli. what they took and how his alleged assault victims are reacting new details about the covid outbreak in cows, football program. the blistering criticism from the berkeley health department. >> on the team's covid protocols and inflation, the highest. been since 1990. what's causing prices to
skyrocket and what some say needs to be done to bring costs that now. thanks for joining us for kron 4 news at 8. i'm ken wayne and i'm pam moore. strong reaction tonight from alleged assault survivors after a raid conducted at a former north bay mayor's home that happened this morning in windsor and sonoma county at the home of dominic poli. >> the poli resigned several months ago following angry cries demanding his right resignation following a number of allegations that he drugged assaulted and attacked women, including a city council force or isis has more on what was taken from his home and how the alleged victims feel about the latest developments. >> sonoma county sheriff's deputies taking multiple personal items from former mayor dominic for police home in windsor early wednesday morning. you can see brown evidence bags. concealing what precisely was removed from the home. but in this picture, you can see backpacks east the warrant, just the latest chapter in the case were nearly a dozen women speaking
out claiming the once highly regarded rising star committed crimes against them, including battery assault groping and rape currently represents 7 of the survivors of crimes that dominic the poli committed against them. >> i spoke with tracy korea wednesday concerning the detective's actions and how those who brought the allegations to light are dealing. it's a mixture of emotions. a lot of it is, you know, sadness and that. >> every time there's something new, it's a triggering event for sure. >> adds it spent more than 6 months since the first survivors spoke up helping launch multiple investigations. ads. news of the search made an impact. >> happiness. a lot of tears, a lot of feeling. i think some sense of validation. this is been a long investigation. and certainly this is a step of progress in the right direction for them.
>> initially following the allegations foot poli fought back saying that he would stay on as mayor, but a recall campaign gained in strength and he announced he would step down calls to foot poli for comments have not been returned. says as a former prosecutor, she says she tries to counsel her clients about how these cases take time and that it is no matter tough to go >> i would say this is at least a positive trigger in the sense of there's validation. and a sense of my gosh it's finally moved me moving. we might actually get justice. terry says stasio kron 4 news. >> we are continuing to follow developments from uc berkeley. a covid outbreak among with team postpone this saturday's game against usc today we're learning just how many members of the cal football team tested positive grant lotus here in the studio now with the very latest grant. not 4, not 14 that 24 more than that.
yeah, it's a lot of people as specially when you consider how many of them are vaccinated. but here we are and we'll get right to the number of cases because that's what a lot of people want to know about 44 members of the cal football program tested positive for covid. coaches players staff. some combination thereof really anybody who has a role within the team is being counted and they're not differentiating who is infected. this is the second week in a row that cal's football team has had issues with covid and covid protocols last week. protocols had the team play arizona without 24 of its players. and defensive lineman. look, the can explain his own frustration, tweeting uhs university health services told us we could be arrested for refusing to test has vaccinated individuals with no symptoms. if i understand correctly, i can go to san francisco steel bunch of items in walgreens and not be arrested. however, i refuse the test in berkeley. i can be
0, 0, dot. >> you know, arrested according to the pac 12. again, that's just look the cat talking. according the pac 12 players who are fully vaccinated are not required to undergo regular testing. cal's athletic director says school is following protocols set by the school and the city of berkeley's health department officials say 99.5% of the team including players and staff are vaccinated. but the health department, it's not happy without the football program has handled covid cases describing it as a quote. ongoing failure to follow public health measures saying athletes did not get tested when sick did not stay home when sick and at times did not wear masks indoors when they should have been. now the team did have a partial practice today kron four's jonathan mccall was there at the practice doctor, some players about their frustrations. what's happening now after they went public with them and he will have
much more from berkeley coming up tonight on kron, 4 news at 9 o'clock pam, ken, back to you. all right. grant, very confusing. thank you. the white house says. >> almost a million children ages 5 to 11 are expected to have received their first pfizer dose by the end of tonight. this comes just a week after the covid vaccine became 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. white house says about 700,000 appointments have been made at pharmacies for upcoming days. >> santa clara county health officials are urging residents to get their booster shots before thanksgiving posters are available to those over age 65 those 18 and over with underlying conditions and those who live or work in high-risk settings. but county health officials say if you drill down on those guidelines, it means pretty much everybody is eligible.
>> 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. >> doctor cody says that means a million county residents are now eligible for the vaccine so far only about 20% of those eligible have received the shot just as there is a modest but concerning uptick in new cases and hospitalizations officials say now is the time to head off a holiday surge. and the latest on the pandemic coming from the state officials. governor newsome and state top health officials say that they are gearing up for a possible winter covid surge. governor newsom says he'll be announcing an executive order related to this in the coming days. >> in los angeles today, health and human services secretary doctor mark galli says the decision on issuing
an executive order is based on rising case rates in other parts of the country and plateau hospitalizations cases and positivity rates here 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. state. health officials say about 90% of adults in california received at least one dose of the covid vaccine. >> meanwhile, governor newsome continues to face questions over his 2 week long absence from public view today. he rejected the report that said he became ill after getting his covid booster shot. 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
almost 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. >> alameda county has a new vaccine requirement all first responders in the county. we'll have until december. the 21st to be fully vaccinated against covid if they do not get vaccinated, they must wear masks around patients and get tested every week a booster shot is not required to meet the vaccination standards there. stay with kron 4 for the latest covid information that includes finding the vaccine for children and much more. you can scan the qr code on your screen and you will be directed to the special section on our website. that's kron 4 dot com. >> time now for check of the weather. first, a check this hour as we give you a live look from the top of mount and the pious looking down at a glistening bay area said a good word and it's a sparkling. glistening. and
there he is. our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow with the details. yes, skies cleared out around the bay area member last night we were dealing with a whole lot of fog. >> not tonight. most that has gone some dry air moving. in fact, we're going to see more of an offshore wind developing tonight. and i think that is going to lead to not only clear skies but a mostly clear day tomorrow. it's a much warmer temperatures, too. all right but look at numbers, mainly in the 50's around the bay area. 50 degrees in san francisco. 58 also into oakland 59 in san jose 57 and clear in livermore, 58 in concord, 55 degrees. one of the cooler spots in santa rosa high pressure, though, taking over. you can see all the moisture headed well to the north. now the jet stream focused on the pacific northwest. they're going to see an atmospheric river events and then be talking about the heavy rain, the potential for some flooding across parts organ also to washington as well. we on the other hand, are on the southern part of that system. and so we're going to keep things dry here locally impact already starting to see the beginnings of that northerly
wind kicking up around the bay area. that is going to lead to some great temperatures tomorrow. we'll talk more about that coming up in a few minutes. coming up on kron 4 news at 8 stopping bay area hate crimes. the steps discussed today to try to help protect. >> targeted groups. plus a car loses control of the rain gets ripped in half during a crash. the incredible outcome that half the chp calling everybody involved lucky. >> and inflation is the highest it's been in 3 decades. was being blamed for the rising costs and what some lawmakers say it's a solution.
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a new statewide survey suggests the gap between rich and low income californians is getting larger. >> according to an october survey conducted by the public policy institute of california. most children growing up in the state. we'll be worse off than their parents. the survey found that one in 4, 1, in 3 in lower income households. worry every day or almost every day about housing costs. many of those surveyed say the lack of well paying jobs, making them seriously, consider moving out of the state. it is no secret that for the past several months, prices have been climbing for just about everything from food to retail items, especially gasoline. and today we learned just how serious the problem is called for. charles clifford has details on that. >> 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 taking
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 7 years. so the rates are going to go up in san mateo county. charles clifford kron 4 news. >> and we continue our coverage of the supply chain crisis a record number of ships are still waiting to unload cargo at the ports of los angeles and long beach. according to the marine exchange, 111 container ships are just off california shores waiting to unload the 2 ports remain clogged despite and
around the clock schedule and looming fines for containers left on the ducks. the port of oakland is not reporting any major backlog. meantime, president biden says the newly passed infrastructure bill will allocate 17 billion dollars to upgrade ports struggling to keep up with a surge in demands. >> the prices down. number one. number 2, making sure our stores are fully stocked and number 3, getting a lot of people back to work. 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. >> 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 while republicans on capitol hill say democrats policies are to blame for the rising rates. 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. there's one less shoe store in san francisco. dsw is. >> closing of its union square store front. this designer shoe warehouse is boarded up with a bright green close sign taped to the window right there. there were reports earlier this year that dsw is planning on closing 65 stores over the next 4 years. citing more people opting to shop online. it's just one of other major retailers closing up big brick and mortar locations around union square. >> the shaq of our 4 zone forecast on this wednesday night. a live look outside along san francisco's embarcadero and look at beautiful cruise ship. so sitting there waiting for us all to get on board and take a orange carl's here. a look at the weather yet. all the great day for that to lots of sunshine around the bay are the temperatures. >> i think move into the mid 70's outside in some parts of the bay area. yeah, looking good out there for tonight. skies stay mostly clear. we may see him of some patchy
fog. but other than that, yeah. looking great. in fact, your veterans day is looking fantastic see a lot of sunshine and a beautiful day mid 70's inland probably inside the bay to 60's along the coastline. maybe couple patches of fog moving along the coastline late in the day. but otherwise plenty of sunshine coming our way. a little busy out of the golden gate bridge tonight. otherwise it is mostly clear out there. no fog to speak of tonight. remember last night. we're looking at some dense fog out acrops the golden gate bridge today. temperatures started to warm up a little bit under high pressure in the mid 60's in the san francisco 65 also in oakland 69 little bit above the average in san jose 68 degrees live more 67 degrees in concord and 67 degrees in santa rosa long range forecast model. looks like though whole rain pattern as we get to shift further to the north. in fact, high pressure building in much of california said the jet stream and all that moisture up the pacific northwest. they're going to see one of the atmospheric river events. and here comes
right there, hea of days up toward portla area missing the entire state of california as high pressure since all that energy. well to the north. in fact, as we go into the weekend, too. that ridge is likely going enhanced somewhat saying the even further to the north all the way up into canada and we'll stay dry. so right now looks like that will be the case even on tuesday. we've got a little weak front that comes through with that breaks down. and as we head toward the latter part of next week. still that high pressure ridge even though breaking down a few clouds, kind of passed on through. we'll keep things on the dry side temperatures tomorrow, though. what a day it's going to be on veterans day. mid 70's in place like santa clara, also about 75 degrees in morgan hill. 73 in concord along the coastline. you may see some patchy fog moving in late in the day. you still can sneak in some nice numbers. the next few days. temperatures looking or rather warm out there. little bit above the average few more clouds come our way this weekend. but right now it looks like we're going to be keeping things on the dry side
for the foreseeable future. all right. thank you, lawrence. >> i hope things get better. still ahead a day. we are continuing to follow developments out of oakland after a woman was shot outside the fox theater earlier today. there is road work ahead. we're going to want to watch out for nightly lane closures. it starts in less than an hour.
>> a heads up before you hit the road overnight, road closures are about start on the central center fell off ramp on highway one. oh, one northbound. >> one lane of the off ramp will be closed from 09:00pm to 07:00am and the full off ramp will be closed between 11:00pm and 6 in the morning closures will continue thursday and friday nights. detours will be in place. the work is all part of several ongoing projects along highway one. oh, one from the golden gate bridge through sausalito and into center fell that will be conducted through the early winter. >> take a look at this new video tonight at 8. you can see that this car flipped over an embankment today in golden gate park. one of our producers actually took this video. he says that this incident happened on chain of lakes near the fulton and 43rd street entrance to the park. authorities have not released any information on the cause of the crash. but we do know that the person inside was taken to the hospital. no word yet on their condition. carlos
left ripped in shreds and sacramento county. somehow everybody inside walked away alive. this was the aftermath look at this. this is the aftermath of the wreck and fair oaks yesterday morning. police say the driver of an infinity lost control on the wet road hitting both the tree and the subaru the impact coffee affinity to be ripped in half. incredibly the driver only experienced minor injuries. the driver and passenger in the subaru were not hurt next. tonight on the news today. combating hate crimes. a plan to address bias and hate. >> after hate crimes increased more than 30% in the last year. and the latest tonight on that daytime shooting in oakland outside the fox theater downtown what we know about the victim and how the theater is being affected and former raider henry ruggs the 3rd is now facing formal charges for his role in that deadly dui car
>> last year. in addition to dealing with the covid pandemic. california was also dealing with an epidemic of hate infect reported hate crimes climbed 31% from 2019 to 2020 today california attorney general rob bonta visited san jose for the latest in a series of round tables. he's been holding. >> try to develop strategies to better address bias and hate kron four's. dan kerman reports. there is no room for
hate here in san jose here in california. not here. not anywhere and not now, not ever in an ongoing series of roundtable discussions across california. attorney general rob bonta came to san jose wednesday to meet with elected and community leaders. >> to identify concrete solutions to the epidemic of hate and also how to better protect california's residents, whether you are running an errand or going for a run. >> everyday activities are places where people worry, whether they might be next, where they might be the next individual targeted by hate who they are, how they look where they're from. >> who they love. we have been to this epidemic of anti-asian hate for them not just a year and a half here and what we have seen has really worked is for people to feel empowered to come forward to talk about what has happened with them to them friends and families and
community members to do the same. bond established a racial justice bureau but says more work needs to be done. >> both in terms of reporting hate crimes and preventing hate crimes feelings of hate. >> turn the speech turned to hate incidents on the way to becoming hate crimes. there are many places in between where we can intervene and prevent hate from getting to that place by the attorney general indicated that reported hate crimes for up 30% in california last year. >> he was quick to point out that more than half of hate crimes are not identified or investigated to such indicating plenty of work still needs to be done. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> developing news out of oakland tonight. police say a woman was shot near the fox theater earlier this evening the woman was taken to a nearby hospital where she is listed in stable condition. no word of she was targeted in this incident. no further information on suspects or motive have been released so far. we have learned that the all-time low concert, which
was scheduled at the theater was canceled anyone with tickets can expect a full refund and we will continue to follow the story and update you through the night. >> hayward police say there's one less catalytic converter thief in their city. a man originally arrested for allegedly possessing possession of stolen rims is now the primary suspect in several recent catalytic converter thefts in hayward. police say it was a previous victims. description of the suspect that led to officers contacted the man who was in a vehicle filled with these items. >> 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. cutting device, which is offering is just like a burglary tool us also take missed machine that can quickly cut out the talent. converters. >> during the pandemic. law enforcement agencies across the bay area reported an increase in catalytic
converter thefts which are sought for their precious metals which can be worth thousands of dollars by the outs hayward police officials say the best protection is to try to park in well-lit areas in your driveway and said i'm on the street and if possible purchase one of those catalytic converter locks for your vehicle. >> a big story tonight out of belmont. police say they have arrested 4 people in connection with the 2019 murder of mohamed othman hoffman's body was found in the parking lot of central elementary school on january, the 7th 2019. he was a 17 year-old student from redwood city. according to police, their initial investigation led them to believe that the suspects involved new the city of belmont says this was a complicated investigation involving a number of departments working together 3 adults and one miner are now in custody for their alleged connection to off death. 2 of those arrested identified as 23 year-old ruben gonzalez
ennis of indianapolis and 21 year-old antonio valencia of concord. the other 2 suspects are not being identified publicly because one is currently a minor. the other was a minor at the time of kaufman's death. officials did not indicate the motive for this killing. take a look at this. the oca museum of california has temporarily closed its special exhibit because of water damage. we're told the damage happened from that heavy rainfall we had last month on october the 24th the museum says it's never had damage to this extent before. luckily no art work nor artifacts were damaged. but the dead were destroyed. but the damage did occur in the of the. it's exhibition space and in a gallery where an upcoming exhibition was being built property restoration company is actively working to make the repairs necessary to the space kron four's. gayle ong is following up on this story. she'll have more coming up in our primetime newscast starting at 09:00pm mountain.
the residents are now facing a water shortage says city council voted today to move forward with the stage. one water shortage, emergency condition. >> that's asking all residents to reduce consumption by 10%. their vote comes before an anticipated decline in the san francisco regional water system supply mountain view gets about 84% of its primary water supply from the san francisco public utilities commission sfp you see is scheduled to consider a declaration of a water shortage. emergency on november 23rd. now to our 4 zone forecast as we give you a live look over downtown san francisco and the water came through is gone and and it's a whole different ball that's right. norah says here. so what are you doing the work that they've a big changes. cher's around the bay area. so. >> yeah, we've had problems with last couple years. there's no doubt that was a
great start. the rain season so far. here's a look at the numbers around the bay area. san francisco almost 8 and a half inches of rainfall. normally we're only be under 2 inches of rain for this time of year. >> that is 441% normal san jose over 2 inches of rain. normally under an inch that makes them 200, 40% of normal. look at oakland over 6 inches of rain. normally they have less than an inch and a half and a normal year. that is 425% of normal. so far. and you can see all around the bay area similar number. so a great start. but we are starting dry things out around the bay area. again as high pressure builds in overhead. clear skies out there right now. tonight it's going to say that way for the most part tomorrow looking mostly sunny to the one exception right along the coastline. we may begin to pick up some fog in the afternoon toward the beaches. otherwise 63 degrees in pacifica 62 and a half moon bay inside the bay. lots of sunshine, maybe 70 millbrae tomorrow. 68 in burlingame about 71 in foster city 70 in redwood city, 73 in san carlos
beautiful in the santa clara valley. that may be the warmest part of the bay area tomorrow with mid 70's in the sunnyvale, 75 in campbell about 74 degrees in san jose in the east yeah. it's gonna stay dry. it looks like a mostly clear conditions. the maybe just a hint of some morning but not for long. and that is long gone. and the temperatures are going to be very comfortable by the afternoon. all around the bay area looking good. little weak offshore wind will clear out your skies and bring a lot of sunshine and that sun is going to stick around for the next few days. temperatures running a little bit above the average right now. no rain in sight. they are. still ahead, kyle rittenhouse took the stand today. the young man in court. >> were allegedly killing 2 people at a protest in wisconsin breaks down in tears while testifying his explanation of what happened. >> thank you is just not enough. the special offers available for men and women who have served as we celebrate veterans day. but first, a high-tech partnership
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but no reason for that request was given in court either partner. 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 steve olson explained a second felony dui charge. we believe mister rhodes, his girlfriend was substantially injured that's for the second reckless driving as well. >> and then the misdemeanor. prohibited person in 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. rugs 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. >> now to the trial of kyle rittenhouse in kenosha, wisconsin where the prosecution and defense continue to examine witnesses, including the accused 18
year-old rittenhouse rittenhouse took the stand to defend himself today breaking down emotionally while recounting the events said he says led to him shooting and killing 2 demonstrators last year. its row >> rittenhouse is charged with 5 felonies and a misdemeanor in this case he could face life in prison if convicted. the teenage defendants lawyers have requested a mistrial which could bar prosecutors from re trying rittenhouse. if that is granted. >> a california parole panel is recommending charles manson follower leslie van houten be released from prison that houghton is serving life in prison for helping manson and other cult members killed los angeles, grocer leo la blanca and his wife back in 1969 this is the 5th time a panel has made the recommendation for
her. both former governor jerry brown and governor gavin newsome each a blocked. her release twice the recommendation will go up for 120 days that's a procedural review and then it will go back to governor newsome and houghton was first convicted back in 1971 when she was 22 years old. she is now 72 years old in the north bay. sausalito man will be spending 7 months in jail for sexually assaulting a horse. >> the marin county district attorney says 23 year-old shaun dion baker pleaded guilty to charges of animal cruelty and contact with an animal. in addition to time in jail. baker will also be required to register as a offender and spend 2 years on probation, an armed bank robbery in the north bay this morning. santa rosa, police say suspects entered the west america bank on guerneville road around 8.30 this morning. authorities believe the 2 men entered the bank on the east side of the building, both men
were carrying handguns and the suspects tied up 4 bank employees. they took some money from the bank but were unable to get to the vault. detectives are investigating if the suspects left in a vehicle. well, at this time they have no vehicle information. a cash reward is being offered for any information that leads to an arrest more than 2 pounds. a fit know was snell off the streets of san francisco sfpd shared this photograph on twitter today showing drugs and a gun which officers say they recovered during an arrest last night in the city's tenderloin district. police say they recovered the fence until the gun and more than $3400 while arresting a shooting suspect. >> sfpd says this is the 4th gun. it has seized in the tenderloin neighborhood this week. >> and now kron 4 sports from the 18 t fiber sports desk. >> the warriors owners of the best record in the nba at 9,
they are hosting i should say. karl anthony-towns anthony edwards and the minnesota timberwolves also d'angelo russell former warrior. let's go to the scoreboard. it is 86 to 74 right now. the dubs are up by 12. the beginning of the game was like a dunk contest. we had dunks from gary payton junior, andrew wiggins. we're going to have all those dunks in the highlights and more has been a great game. the warriors are the so the temple of we had the game over playing in the studio. they actually cut this deficit to 9. the does were up by as much as 16 and we'll have the final highlights once that goes final. but again, it was a great game. all righty. so we have. go montana and a quarterback situation. >> right now. the. >> joe montana said that. he's been. quarterback here in the
bay area. obviously he's a legendary quarterback here in the bay area. but that's been the biggest topic of concern here in the bay area. you have jimmy garoppolo your starting quarterback and then you have the young protege trey lance coming in and many feel like he should start. it has been a polarizing topic here in the bay area all season long. kyle shanahan says jimmy g is his starter and he is not budging a lot of fan base do not like that. let's hear what the legend had to say about it. >> when jimmy's healthy, you know, he's the he's the guy, you know, everybody. everybody always wants something else. you he took the grass is always greener on the other side as they say. but, you know, the guys, you know, it's a different offensive system for him and it takes time to get in there and learn the game and how it's played differently in the nfl. so i just think when jimmy selfies and you've got he's been playing well, when when he's
in just got to keep him on the field. then. then we've got to do something. we're going to end up that defense a little bit. >> and the topic of the season for the forty-niners. does trade play. does he said to the plate and he said and the worst of 49 is due this year. haven't been having a great season gives more ammunition to the guys who want guys and women who want trey lance to play so it's been a very a precarious situation here and the bay area. it's a frustrating year for the niners all the way around right now all the way around. luckily the warriors are taking some heat added the words weren't playing well, make the same thing with the giants like the forty-niners got lucky. you know, in the beginning of the season during their struggles. the giants were still playing and people are like was zone in on the giants right now seeing people are zoned in on the warriors. so kyle shanahan they're skating i know. all a son. >> all right. a special thank
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national monument and rosie the riveter world war 2 home front national historical park. >> and join us on veterans day, as we say. thank you to the men and women in our military. i will be hosting our half hour special veterans voices honoring those who serve it airs tomorrow at 06:30pm right after the 6 o'clock news and that wraps up kron 4 news at 8 o'clock. but our primetime news continues at the top of the hour. grant lotus and vicki liviakis are here. hello. i did. you say you're better. >> us navy yeah. oh yeah. we've got to put that in the script. say go navy almost as good as here's what's next that night talking about 44 that's how many people within the cal football program have tested positive for covid. and tonight the health department. >> is blasting the program's handling of cases with the school's accused of not doing and how that team is