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merchants and community members say they are on edge after 3 shootings in just 3 weeks in san francisco's famous haight ashbury neighborhood. good evening, everybody. thanks for being with us tonight on kron 4 news at 9. i'm grant lotus and i'm vicki liviakis tonight, supervisor dean preston who represents the district held a town hall to address the recent spike in violence. there are conference taylor. the second joins us now live with more know what they discussed. taylor. >> well, tonight's discussion centered around many hot topics we've been talking about crime. the district attorney recall and san francisco's reputation of being soft on criminals. neighbors flooded. the comments wondering where do we go from here to bring safety back to this area. >> i have never felt afraid for my life. and i don't ever recall the violent being neighbor sharing grief and frustration on wednesday. >> after 3 shootings in just 3 weeks. this haight ashbury community in san francisco supervisor dean preston held a
town hall on wednesday to address the recent violence. we know there are recent weeks have been particularly difficult for our and it's really heartbreaking not to experience violence within our community. more police patrols have been posted up in the haight ashbury corridor. >> following the death of 21 year-old samuel jessup of san francisco. he died last week on haight street after an exchange of gunfire that also left another person critically injured. there is some speculation on social media and through the conversation having. >> that a business was targeted they went to a that's not the case. what i can say is that. 2 individuals that came through in a and had a confrontation with the victim. fire. the c-urage. there was also there was more than one tar parties from the and party that was on the street. both
injured, the party from the vehicles. the one that that tied, it just a few days later. >> more violence erupted in the neighborhood after an attempted burglary at central park natural market late saturday night, an employee says 4 men used hammers to try and break into the store when a man who lives in the back apartment interrupted and was shot at thankfully the bullet missed the tenant back on october 22nd another man wasn't as lucky. he was critically injured during an afternoon hail of gunfire since the increased police patrols this week captain chris been dreamy said there hasn't been any shootings robberies or violent assaults. >> however, he says the increased police presence in the neighborhood is not sustainable due to limited staffing. >> and due to a limited time frame of that meeting tonight, only a handful of community members were able to get their questions in and those who did get a word. a word in all echoed similar opinions of not enough beinn done to stop the crime in this city and then turn prosecuting criminals
live in the newsroom. i'm taylor was accurate. porting kron 4 news. >> thank you, taylor. now to the east bay woman was shot near oakland's fox theater today. she is expected to survive. police say she's in stable condition tonight. she was treated at a nearby hospital. no further information on any suspects or motive. what may have led up to this. a library employee who works across the street from the crime scene describes what happened right after the shooting. >> it was mostly them and that we're going in and out to try get her. it helped in tried and things like that. really i hope things get better. >> the same clear by about 05:30am tonight. but the shooting forced tonight's all-time low concert at the fox to be canceled anybody with tickets can expect they say, to get a full refund. it. >> big story tonight out of
belmont. police say that they have arrested 4 people in connection to the 2019 murder of mohamed othman offerings. body was found in the parking lot of central elementary school on january 7th 2019. he was a 17 year-old student from redwood city. now, according to police, their initial investigation led them to believe that the suspects involved new city belmont says this was a complicated investigation involving a number of departments working together 3 adults and one miner are all now in custody for their connection to off death. 2 of those arrested are identified as 23 year-old ruben gonzalez, the lateness of indianapolis and a 21 year-old antonio valencia of concord. the other 2 suspects are not being identified because one is currently a minor. the other was a minor at the time of often steph officials don't indicate the motive for the killing. >> students at lowell high school in san francisco staged a walkout today to protest
harassment and assault. silence is violence. they said district officials say in addition to investigating current cases, students are calling on them to revisit cases reported over the summer and last school year san francisco unified school district has released a statement in response to the walkout today. it reads in part as few sd wants all students to know their concerns are taken seriously. the district encourages all students to report issues of harassment to a trusted adult at school as if usd is required to respond to incidents of reported harassment. >> sean reaction tonight from alleged assault survivors after a raid conducted a former north bay mayor's home. it happened this morning in windsor at the home of dominic foot poli for po lay resigned.
several months ago following angry cries demanding his resignation following multiple allegations that he drugged assaulted and attacked women, including a council member kron theresa has more on what was taken from his home and how the alleged victims feel about the latest developments. >> 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 sam, 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 move me moving. we might actually get justice to recess. stasio kron 4 news. >> another challenger stepping into the ring for a chance to lead. oakland has a new mayor and oakland city council member is looking to succeed current mayor libbm schaff far. ella sogomonian live with us in studio to tell us more about this. a new contender ella. so the oakland mayor libby schaaf. she's terming out, which means that this is a wide open race now for whoever may be her successor. >> her colleague keir open council president chiang tao who represents district 4 has announced today that she is now buying for the city's highest seat to tell touted her humble beginnings as a single mom couch surfing with an infant son. and at one point even sleeping in a car before she got a job at
merritt college and found her calling in public service. she already made history as the first long council member in california history and she wants to do it again. as mayor has her supporters point to a track record fighting for tenants right. and affordable housing she's actually just one of only 2 council members right now who is or enter herself. tell advocated for paid sick leave as the daughter of laos refugees stood up for immigrant rights and supported early childhood program said helped her own family. once like head start. several of her backers include attorney general rob bonta, his wife assembly member mia been to council oakland council vice mayor rebecca kaplan and councilmember nikki fortunato boss. >> i want to be that champion. i want to be that mayor, that collaborate so that we can make a government will i will i will your next people come
together and build a play. and i believe that during my time on the city council. i have been ineffective. progressive leader. it's so important that our leaders. >> not just leave with their heads but they lead with their hearts and she she loves the city. she loves the people of the city. she has compassion and empathy, which is a so critical. >> and in leadership. >> town now joins district 6 oakland council member lauren taylor in the mayoral race live in the studio. ella sogomonian kron 4 news thank you, now to the latest on the pandemic governor newsome and the state's top health officials say they're gearing up for a possible winter covid-19 surge. always some kind of surge to gear up for a guest governor newsom says he will be announcing an executive order related to this in the coming days. >> in the meantime, in la today, health and human services secretary doctor mark galli said the decision on issuing an executive order is
based on rising case rates in other parts of the country and plateauing hospitalizations cases and positivity rates here in california after they all had been steadily declining. >> 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 have gotten at least one dose of the covid vaccine. >> santa clara county health officials are urging residents to get their booster shots before thanksgiving boosters are available to those over 65 those 18 and over with underlying conditions and those who work or live in high-risk settings. but county health officials say that if you drill down on those guidelines. pretty much means that. everybody's 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. >> a doctor cody says that means a million county residents are now eligible for the vaccine so far only about 20% of those eligible to receive the booster shot amid a modest but concerning uptick in new cases and hospitalizations. now is the time to head off a holiday surge. new developments tonight with the covid mess on cal's campus. for the first time we're hearing from. >> members of the cal football team about the confusion that lead some frustrated players to vent on social media yesterday on kron 4 news we told you about that outbreak that lead the teams to reschedule the game with usc. it was supposed to be this weekend. today the berkeley health department said 44 members of the cal football program have tested positive for covid officials say the
team did not follow basic protocol scott for jonathan mccall live on that. cal campus tonight with new developments. jonathan, this is one of those, you know, depending on who you talk to. >> what happened. >> that is absolutely right. grant. you know what talking with members of the cal football team tonight via zoom they say they're now looking forward to trying to turn this chapter of ugliness of what exactly happened with the confusion, with the covid protocols here. they did say that now that they know they've talked with university health system. they talk with berkeley public health leaders now everyone is 100% on board, but it comes as 44 members of this football team tested positive for covid-19. and once again, they say that moving forward, things will be different. >> i think moving forward. everyone is very clear about, you know, the protocols that are in place going forward. what is expected? you know, clearing up the confusion over
covid-19 protocols. members of the cal berkeley football team same everyone is now 100% clear. the team practice for the first time wednesday. but the limited number of players. >> it came just one day after news of a covid-19 outbreak forced the school to cancel this weekend's game against usc mean believe definitely had to adjust. you know, this outbreak happened to the missing outside. >> practices of the covid shorter. you know, we have different things that are different with sand. within practiced tuesday, kron 4 1st told you when some of the players vented their frustrations on social media over what they say was a lack of clarity over covid-19 protocols between the school and berkeley health leaders. >> the berkeley public health department hit back confirming 44 cases of covid-19 on the team. the department said that members failed to abide by public health measures, including not getting tested when sick staying home. when sick and wearing mask indoors.
that the trainers and the doctors to a return to play protocol. >> on anybody who's been covid positive and there's. that goes into that. but it's not that the coaches. oversee cal head football coach justin wilcox not specifically addressing the comments made from the health department. >> but says he is optimistic moving forward about his players and his program. there's still a lot of. >> a lot of good out there and you know, i don't envision this being a long-term. issue. you know, next year in the year beyond not to say that it's ioing to go away. but maybe that we're in a better place. >> so we did learn that 2 members of the cal berkeley football team are currently not vaccinated. one of the questions as to head coach justin wilcox tonight was if he didn't know if one of those 2 members of the team, carly
not vaccinated is also among the 44 members who are infected with covid-19. obviously cannot answer that question because of hippa violations. another issue that we want to ask is that because we know that 44 members of his team are currently testing positive for covid-19. they're also mingling in on this campus as well with other students. we reached out to cal berkeley officials to see if they are now concerned about a possible outbreak as a result of the members here on the team. contracting covid. so far we have yet to hear back from them as soon as we do. we'll let you know. as for the game itself, usc versus cal berkeley has now been rescheduled for december. 4th. the team will next take on stanford november 20th. we're live tonight in the cal berkeley campus jonathan mccall kron 4 news. >> thank you, jonathan. hopefully everybody gets healthy quickly. stay with kron 4 for the latest covid info that includes finding vaccines for kids. us 5 to 11 year-olds. they are up much
more info as well. you can scan the qr code there on your screen. you'll be directed to the special section on our website. that's kron 4 dot com. >> the oakland museum of california has temporarily closed its special exhibit due to water damage. we're told the damage happened from all that heavy rainfall that we had last month on october 24th the museum now says it's never had damage to this extent. kron four's gayle ong reports. >> no art works are artifacts were damaged, but it's going to take some time for repairs. we actually have to replace floors, ceilings and walls. so it's taking us a little longer than we helped the oakland museum of california is still cleaning up after last month's historic storm that brought heavy rain to the bay area water is goes everywhere. water is insidious and and once it is in the floor and in walls and ceilings. it's very hard to just, you know, dry it out. lori fogarty executive director and ceo of the oakland museum says the damage
occurred in the foyer of an exhibition space and in a gallery where an upcoming exhibit was being built. >> property restoration company is working on repairs, but the storm caused delays and temporary closures on 2 exhibitions. the mother ship voyage into afro. futurism will be closed until further notice. heat, a life in clay was set to reopen this weekend. now postponed and we're finally going to open it and the whole theme of the exhibition is around resilience. >> and how. >> you know that the enduring quality of these beautiful heath ceramics and we're we're really testing are resilient and these days, that's for sure. in the meantime, other gallery such as the art history and natural science collections are opened in the museum, including a project that took place during the 15 month closure during the pandemic. we just had renovated during that during covid times during our closure, our gardens and our gardens are still open and we're doing programming in our gardens. so there's plenty for people to still see him in coming to the museum are open. regular hours and so we still
encourage people to come and we'll get these temporary exhibitions open as soon as we can. >> and all ticket holders who have pre purchase a timed event for either of the special exhibitions will be contacted for a refund or rebooking here in oakland. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> whether time now as we take a live look outside above san francisco city hall going to be red, white and blue tomorrow for veterans day and a beautiful. >> weather day on tap. yeah. beautiful, dry. >> weather chief meteorologist lawrence karnow here to talk about the changes we're about to see. yeah. here comes high pressure kind of got a little taste of that today as we dry things out around the bay area saw some sunshine in the afternoon. we've got clear skies out there right now. you may have noticed lot of green showing up with some of the hills as well. so. >> things switching gears, high pressure going to be taking over here not only tomorrow but i think maybe over the next couple of weeks is temperatures going to be running a little bit above the average over the next few days into the weekend clear skies out there over the bay right
now, not much in the way of fog worry about tonight and the whole rain line has shifted well to the north. you can really get a sense of high pressure building in as we clear around the state to see all the clouds up to 7 northwest. they're actually get pounded by an atmospheric river. that means that good old pineapple express taking aim at them, going to deal with likely some flash flooding over the next couple days across parts of washington also in oregon with some very, very heavy rain. we on the other hand, got high pressure overhead you've got a little bit of a northerly component to the wind. developing tonight. that is an offshore wind and it's that offshore wind that is really going to crank up the temperatures by tomorrow afternoon right now. cool in spots. we've got 52 degrees in santa rosa 57 and clear in concord, 55 degrees and a little more 60 still in san jose 57 in oakland, 59 degrees. as you make a way to san francisco. well, the next couple days. here we go. high pressure really going to start to build in. you can see a couple storms off the coastline. looks impressive.
but all that subtropical moisture had a well to the north as the jet stream begin to lift that is going to leave us high and dry. for now temperatures running above the average by tomorrow afternoon. we're talking about mid 70's in the warmer spots. guys, back to you. thanks, lawrence. the tragic death of a local boy who was swept out to sea is inspiring the installation of new safety stations along the coast. >> in january. 12 year-old. i run a proof. he drowned when he was just swept out to sea near half moon bay is trying to save his brother. the boy's family has fought to raise awareness about the potential dangers of bay area beaches. kron four's. dan thorn has the story now from half moon bay. >> these new safety systems to be found at several beaches along the san mateo county coast will be equipped with ring buoys and information on the hazards at the beach. the young drowning victims families, hoping the systems will help prevent future tragedies. nearly 10 months after a 12 year-old boy from fremont was swept out to sea and drowned near half moon
bay. new safety systems are being installed. a rune a proof he was playing along the water at cal ranch state beach in january when he was pulled out by a sneaker in the event happening there on the beach for us to even to and they know that the beachgoers were trying to find think somebody was too late, but the 7th graders family has since started a foundation to help raise awareness about the dangers that the ocean. >> they see the new life ring stations install that maverick speech and surfer's beach as just the beginning of making the water safer. bc has a stepping stone. >> to create more about this issue. there are the accident we want educate the crypt and from this project was able to get underway with help from the county harbor district and the nonprofit organization see valor, the system-hr unveiled wednesday. hopefully these these first 3 stations that have been solved will will save lives. it will inspire
the communities along the coast to do something father is hoping the devices only supplement more education. >> about ocean safety hopefully been never will be used if that is such a any case, there's something for people to throw it to someone distress. >> the lifesaving stations are part of a pilot program and the expectation is that the idea will spread to other areas along california's coast reporting in half moon bay. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> a major announcement in the investigation into the violent 2019 robbery that led the space research engineer and scientist to pass away. >> plus, why oakland's city workers may no longer have to worry about smoking pot well off the job. ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪
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>> an east bay oakland city workers may no longer have to worry about smoking weed while off the job. oakland's public safety committee voted unanimously to end testing for off the job cannabis use vice mayor in oakland. rebecca kaplan says the city is already facing a recruiting crisis. and quite frankly has trouble retaining employees with the current testing rules in place. the proposal will now go before the full city council and and approval. there would do away with testing for pot while you're off the job. the justice
department, meanwhile, is filing a lawsuit against uber for charging what they call wait time fees to passengers who have disabilities the suit alleges the rideshare company is violating the americans with disabilities act by charging disabled riders fees as their drivers wait for them to get it. uber does charge an extra fee for all passengers to take longer than 2 minutes to enter the rideshare car once it arrives at the destination, the federal government once the court to order uber to change its weight fee policy. also train its staff and drivers and pay monetary damages to everyone who's been impacted. uber says they have been in active discussions with the justice department adding they were surprised and disappointed by this lawsuit. >> coming up, a cash reward now being offered for information leading to an arrest in santa rosa bank robbery what information police are revealing about the investigation. hate crimes increased more than 30% last
thief in their city officers arrested a suspect who may be connected to several recent catalytic converter theft crimes. kron four's haaziq mod-yoon 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 thing is just like a burglary tool. take machine that can quickly cut out the talent. converters. >> a 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. >> during the pandemic law enforcement agencies across the bay area have reported that these 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 presos were often a target as easy. >> vehicle to take the catalytic converters from as well as trucks just because of the nature of them being higher off the ground hayward police investigators say the best protection is to park your vehicle in well-lit areas in your driveway. preferably instead of on the street and if possible purchase a catalytic converter lock for your vehicle. >> has it. but you run for news. >> 2 men were convicted in the violent 2019 starbucks robbery that killed a 34 year-old man. what a laptop. alameda county da's office making the announcement today. a jury found defendant byron reed guilty of second degree murder
of shore zang and found co-defendant a key one wiggins guilty of robbery and causing great bodily harm as saying was an east bay research engineer and the scientists who was working at starbucks coffee shop. the man stole his laptop on mountain boulevard in montclair. in oakland and in that district, there is saying was run over by one of the thieves getaway after he was chasing it to get his laptop back. santa rosa. police are looking for suspects tied to an armed bank robbery this morning. it happened at west america bank on guerneville road at about 8.30, authorities say both men were carrying handguns and tied up 4 bank employees. they took some money from the bank but were unable to access the vault detectives are investigating if the suspects left in the car. but at this time they have no vehicle information. a cash reward is being offered for any information that leads to an arrest. in addition to the
start of the pandemic last year. california was dealing with an epidemic of hate in fact, a reported hate crimes climbed 31% from 2019 to 2020. and today the state's attorney general rob bonta visited san jose for
the latest in a series of round tables. he's been holding to. >> 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, but 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 the 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
>> and now kron 4 sports. >> the dubs have taken the league by storm in the early nba season best record in the nba and the numbers suggest that the production isn't just a flash in the pan tonight. they look to keep the pedal to the metal with the timberwolves in town. check out steph curry fresh off at 50 point performance on monday night and get this this 1st half became a warriors dunk contest. defense leads to offense and. gary pay in the second. head above the ring step can't believe it. now a minute later, gp 2 again, this dude has been such a revelation reversed don't 12 point lead for the dubs. steph. yeah, my boy has spring now. check out andrew wiggins,
former team over karl anthony towns. you've got to love it. weakens hit on 9 of his first-half shot warriors led by 15 at the break. let's go to the 3rd. you hate to see this draymond green. he gets hit in the right knee going up for a shot he had to leave the game eventually went to the locker room and he did not return to hopefully drain line is ok, minnesota took advantage. d'angelo russell, the former warrior. he played for the warriors in probably the most irrelevant time period of the franchise that forget even play for them. and i covered him. a lead is cut to 6 now let's go to later in the game. steph turnover, anthony edwards goes up top. he was the first pick of the nba draft last year he had 48 points lead is 4 moments later, though curry. what was on the line for that wasn't a three-step. 25 points that
later check out week and he had a great game. that was the dagger shot. 13 point lead. >> jordan poole wiggins. >> another one over karl anthony-towns. again. he had 35 points warriors win one, 23 has been the back and forth the media and the fan base regarding starting quarterback jimmy garoppolo and rookie quarterback trey lance garoppolo is cemented at the starter. but there have been a lot of calls to see more. trey lance and frankly to see trey lance start the greatest forty-niners quarterback ever. all of famer joe montana gave his thoughts on the quarterback situation in santa clara. >> 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 he's been playing well, when when he's in just got to keep him on the field. then and we've got to do something. we're going to end up that defense a little bit. >> all righty. that's your look at sports. >> we'll be right back after a
>> at least 3 people are still in critical condition tonight, including a 9 year-old little boy who was in a medically induced coma after the massive crowd surge at the astroworld concert. houston police updated the investigation today saying the merchandise tents were a big factor in leading to the rush at the travis scott concert. they also debunked a rumor that a security guard was injected with a needle saying that was false. the police chief rejected calls for an independent investigation on rumors. he knows the rapper. >> a 54 year-old man 32 years on this. i mean, a lot of people i born and raised here in houston. so if you somebody is referring to a special relationship. if you call meeting him twice, it's best relationship and i'm not being i just want to be open and transparent. that's not a
close relationship to me. i've only spoken to him twice. >> 8 people died 300 suffered injuries at the sold-out concert. tensions running high in the kyle rittenhouse child today, the illinois teenager took the stand in his own defense. >> and broke down while describing the moments before the first shooting. >> people that. >> rittenhouse as he went to kenosha from his home in northern illinois to try to protect stores from demonstrators. this is back in august of 2020. he said he only fired because he felt he was being attacked and acted in self-defense. 2 people were killed. a 3rd was seriously wounded. prosecutors ran into trouble with the judge overseeing the case when they first questioned. why rittenhouse had remained silent after he was arrested
and judge schroder lashed out when prosecutors tried to introduce evidence and testimony that had earlier been excluded from the case. >> incident raising 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. there's nothing in your case that suggest the defendant was lying in wait to shoot somebody. or reflecting upon the shooting for a vast amount of time. every one of the incidents involved matters that involve seconds in time. >> quite a day in that courtroom after lunch break. defense attorneys asked the judge for a mistrial. but the judge is allowing the trial to proceed. he says at least for now. all right. now to our 4 zone forecast says we switch gears take a live look outside
cruise ship docked along the embarcadero in san francisco for chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with a look at to veterans day forecast. yeah, it looks like it's going to be a great day to celebrate all the veterans lots of sunshine coming our way. and another some events around the bay area being held and you're going joy. some warm temperatures to go along with that, too. so high pressure going to build in. and as it strengthens overnight tonight, these temperatures warm up a little bit further with little bit of an offshore wind. so yeah, get ready for what looks like a fantastic day tomorrow. the temperatures on veterans day running in the mid in london. some of the valley's says you're going to see those temperatures co side a little bit cooler and a light northwesterly wind developing in the afternoon with some patchy fog up toward the coastline. otherwise we're mostly clear right now. that's what it's going to stay overnight tonight temperatures tomorrow going to be warmer about 68 in the mission. 64 downtown san francisco 66 in daly city about 6 to 2 and half moon bay 68 in burlingame. 70 in millbrae
beautiful weather down inside the peninsula. those temperatures warming up in the 70's tomorrow should be a gorgeous day. santa clara may very well be the warmest part of the bay area tomorrow with some of those downslope winds about 75 in gamble about 74 degrees in san jose 75 in morgan hill about 70 in pleasanton 74 in union city gorgeous weather having to worry about so much fog overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning. so that's some good news. just lot of sunshine coming our way and only a patch or 2 of fog temperatures inland tomorrow looking very nice. watch out there, maybe a little bit of fog moving along the coastline late in the day that will keep those temperatures down mainly in the 50's and the 60's next couple days. warm sunshine continuing in the weekend. rain has ended for now. looks like the rain line moving well to the north, they're going to see that atmospheric river in the pacific northwest. they're going to be dealing with some flooding up there. but for now, we're going to keep things dry. maybe not only through the weekend but maybe the next couple weeks. i want san francisco museum of modern art is offering free admission to veterans and their families tomorrow free admission runs
from one the afternoon until. >> tomorrow night. and yeah, choose your own adventure. you can spend 7 hours there. you could spend 5 minutes. they're all costs the same zip zilch 0. the only thing you need is to bring proof that you are a veteran. >> and join us on veterans day, as we say. thank you to the men and women in our military. kron four's ken wayne will be hosting our half hour. a special called veterans voices that honors those who serve it to airs tomorrow at 06:30pm. >> and by the way, that has that moment thing you can have up to 4 people in your group. so it's not like you're a veteran set to go by yourself. a couple friends, take your family. what have you up next. a new movie telling the story of cold leader jim jones says coming to the big screen. >> what oscar winning actor is set to star in the film. when we come back.
>> oscar >> winner leonardo dicaprio is set to portray cult leader jim jones in an upcoming by opec should be interesting. the film will chronicle jones's rise as a religious leader and of course revisit his responsibility for the horrific mass murder suicide that killed more than 900 americans in south america. more than 40 years ago. many of the victims were from san
francisco where jones game his following through his religious organization. the peoples temple jones founded the church in it eventually became headquartered in san francisco in 1965 dicaprio will both star in and produce the film. >> this is no small feat. the star of ant man has now been named people magazine's sexiest man alive. wright was revealed as the winner during an appearance on the late show with the cold air last night to read has a string of classic films on his resume from clueless to and he says that he was surprised to get the nod usually, you know, they honor smoldering hunks like a brad pitt and george clooney instead, that said he's not turning it down and he joked that putting the honor on his business hey, there's nothing, you know, 6 year than somebody, 20. >> i like a funny guy. yeah. out clearly think he's funny.
i think he probably has his moment as it is funny cannes nodding pam, definitely yeah. we like. we like clearly are on board with a choice, ok. that wraps it up. if you guys have nominations for next year with back to this topic again, don't do is woman people that it's just men. do they do sexiest woman. i don't know, i'm going answer to really get know about that one. thanks for being with us. news that way thank you. all right. coming up tonight at 10 and ongoing failure. that's how health officials described the cal football programs handling of covid cases. and tonight. >> we are hearing from players and the coach. what they're saying about the current outbreak. plus another oakland city council member is entering the mayoral race. why the president pro tem says. >> she's the right person to lead oakland. those stories and more coming up on kron 4 news at 10.
>> now at 1044 members of cal's football team testing positive for covid-19 the new details tonight on the coronavirus outbreak at uc berkeley and the confusion that seem to follow online. that's where we begin tonight on kron 4 news at 10 i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne. last night we told you a covid-19 outbreak forced the team to reschedule this saturday's game with usc. >> today berkeley health officials not only confirmed that 44 people tested positive for the virus. they also suggest the team was not following basic protocols. some players have been venting about this issue on social media for jonathan mccall talked with members of the team tonight. he's live from uc berkeley with the latest. >> some good ken and pam earlier today uc berkeley football team got a chance to actually practice a day after that news of that covid outbreak here with the