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>> and i drive down the very frequently as many of our people in the bay area here. and just to think about that could happen to any one of us at any moment. it could have been our family driving down the freeway happened to us. we're going to be putting for $10,000 to anyone. and i mean, anyone who has information that would lead to the arrest. of the people who committed these horrendous crimes. >> justice for jasper. wu community leaders and oakland are now offering a $10,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest in the shooting death of this young boy. thank you so much for joining us this friday right here on kron. 4 news at 3. i'm justine waltman. the 23 month-old boy died last saturday after getting hit by a stray bullet while his mother drove them home to fremont on 8.80, kron four's charles clifford was at the announcement today with
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oakland leaders. he's joining us now with details on this reward and also what else they're asking for this afternoon. good afternoon, charles. >> hello. yes. so the investigation into this case continues. but now community groups, including the chinatown chamber of commerce crimes against asians. reward fund in the san francisco police officers association are teaming up to offer a cash reward for information. >> this past saturday 23 month-old jasper. wu was riding in the back of this white lexus being driven southbound by his mother along 8.80. there were 2 other adults and 2 other children in the car around 02:00pm near the split between 8980 a bullet struck the car and injured jasper. he later died at the hospital the california highway patrol is leading the investigation but so far released very little information. we don't know the motive for the shooting or who was responsible, although the highway patrol is leading the investigation. they are being assisted by the oakland police department. opd chief armstrong said on friday that he believes the reward money could help but that it will
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take more than that. of rewards help influence people to bring forth information. >> we hope that this additional money will help somebody feel like they are encouraged to bring forth that information. it's much needed. i think the outcry from the community as well asking for that information will also be helpful. so i think it's a collective effort. i don't think money alone is the we need people to feel remorseful for this family. we need people to feel empathy for what happened and we need people to think about what if this was a child of yours. what if this was a relative of yours. would you want people to bring that same information forward so that the people responsible could be held accountable. i think they would a go fund me page has also been set up to provide financial assistance to jasper wu's family. so far over $200,000 has been collected. >> all right. back live we also know that that reward, that $10,000 reward that amount could actually go up in the days ahead. as more donations come in. anyone with information is asked to
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contact the california highway patrol or the oakland police department. but for now in the east bay charles clifford kron 4 news. >> thank you so much, charles. in the wake of the jasper wu shooting surveillance cameras are now being considered on oakland freeways. the police chief is saying he supports this idea, however, would likely take additional support from city leaders to help get that ball rolling. kron four's haaziq mod-yoon reports. >> i would definitely welcome freeway cameras in oakland. think any addition of technology would be helpful. it helps us solve these investigations. >> oakland police chief leronne armstrong is full-throated support for installing surveillance cameras on oakland stretches of the 5.80, in 8.80, freeways comes in the wake of the deadly shooting of 23 month-old jasper wu no suspects have been arrested no arrests made and no cameras at this time on the freeway. however, the chief would like to see that change it and be helpful for solving these investigations and it would have helped in this crime as well. >> there are surveillance
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cameras in place in the contra costa county freeway safety network. >> which is the result of a joint collaboration that includes caltrans, the contra costa county da's office and cities impacted by freeway shooting several years ago along interstate 80 and highway for similar coalition would likely be needed in oakland city council member saying 1000 kron 4 a statement that reads in part, quote, this isn't something the city has jurisdiction over. but i open to hearing more of what the chief has to say. what i am focused is getting illegal guns off our streets and quote so i am. >> fully behind the call to get more surveillance technology out there. however, city council member laura taylor says he supports the idea as long as privacy rights are protected. >> and also concerns relative to over region overviews of. >> the information that the city of oakland privacy
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advisory commission would also be involved in any decision to install surveillance cameras in oakland. has it made you kron. 4 >> just in to the kron 4 news room pop star britney spears is free at last. a judge in los angeles just ended the conservatorship that has controlled her life and money for nearly 14 years. the ruling marks the end of what spears has described as a quote, demoralizing and traumatizing chapter of her life. this just happened. so coming up at 3.30. we're going to go more in-depth. see what happened in the courtroom today and also see why this fight might not be totally over just yet. so stay with us here during kron, 4 news at 3 o'clock. also new at 3 o'clock today. former raiders coach jon gruden is suing the nfl and commissioner roger goodell accusing them of malicious and orchestrated campaigns to destroy his career. the lawsuit claims the league and goodell selectively leaked
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rudin's private e-mails to the wall street journal and to the new york times to quote forced him out of his job. the e-mails in question were sent by gruden to former washington football team executives. bruce allen from 2011 to 2018. the e-mails included racise and misogynistic and homophobic comments and because of the fallout related to those e-mails. gruden had to resign as coach of the raiders and then apologize for his past remarks. the nfl called sweden's allegations meritless. another big story we're watching here in the bay area today. a woman in pittsburgh is now in custody after police say she stole a truck that had a one year-old girl inside this abduction set off an amber alert. the baby was found safe in an abandoned truck earlier this morning and now kron 4 sweep. it all shows us what went down. >> the car theft and kidnapping happened just moments after pittsburgh. police say a father is from one avenue across from all in one auto body. police say 24
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year-old natalie iowa asked the bad end. another man for a cigarette while his truck was idling with his one year-old baby girl inside at around 5.45. thursday night. both said no. then the auto body shop surveillance video shows who is believed to be iowa jump in the driver's seat. >> audio technician ulysses and ya know witnessed the truck speed off with the father chasing behind on foot. it's crazy to see that was a child involved, especially, you know, having 2 of my own the abduction and theft set off an amber alert issued by the california highway patrol. we heard the amber alert. i had no idea that the thing about my house nearly 2 hours into the investigation. police say the abandoned truck was found near army street in pittsburgh. a woman says a neighbor called to tell her someone was blocking her driveway and they said it was weird because they heard the baby screaming. >> crying, screaming crying and then they looked in their last. the life of a missing
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near the door was open and they got the baby and just after midnight. police were tipped off that medley. was walking on bourbon street. >> she was arrested and booked for kidnapping. and that. >> she's being held at the martinez detention facility. her bail set at $100,000 in pittsburgh. philli e djegal all kron 4 news. >> now in concord police. they're working on a very similar case a 4 month-old baby was in a car last night around 10 when someone jumped in and then took off with the baby still inside this video showing that emotional reunion between the mother and her child after police found the car abandoned with that baby inside. police are still searching for the suspect this afternoon and there was another incident that happened with the car and a 7 month-old that was inside this one was stolen in the city of auburn, which is just northwest of sacramento. parents were dropping off their child to daycare when this went down. that is when police say 2 women jumped in the car and
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took off with the baby still inside the women. then led police on chase and then the car crashed into a utility pole. fortunately the baby was not injured. one woman was arrested right after the crash. the other woman police say took off running and police were able to track her down about 30 minutes later. and she was also arrested. then. now to a big story we're watching out of san francisco. there has now been an arrest in the crash that killed an elementary school educator earlier this week. police have arrested 7 year-old susan baer rucci who they say drove through a red light at the intersection of union and franklin streets and that killed andrew simon police say impairment does not appear to be a factor but that 7 year-old woman faces charges of vehicular manslaughter and running a red light. and at the school where he taught at students, went back to class for the first time since their teachers staff, kron four's will tran spoke to some of them about their loss and
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absolutely devastating morning for the staff members and the students as the vigil for andrew zemin continues. >> to grow. this is actually right across the street from the school that he was trying to get to sherman elementary. people are stopping by dropping off flowers writing more notes to his family, making sure that the candles are lit 2 days ago he was trying to cross this intersection here at franklin and union to get the sherman elementary at around 8 o'clock in the morning when 2 cars collided into each other and collided into him. he was either in the cross walk. we're standing right here. but look at how close he was to the school. this is the first a fact for the students as yesterday was better and stay. so they have grief counselors on campus. he was able morrissey. >> thank you, eva, for spending time with us. tell me about mister andrew. >> he was a very funny man. he
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would locked me and my friends and the after can't the school and he would always like going to the jax this is franklin. this area here is famous for speeding and san francisco. >> this is the 12th pedestrian death involving a car and somebody like mister andrew standing minding their own business and all of a sudden they were hit. >> coming up here during kron 4 news at 3 boy. oh, boy, does this bay area mom have a story to share. she gave birth. her own front yard. yeah, we're going have to talk about that one. plus trucking industry says it's down nearly 100,000 drivers. the solution. lawmakers are working on that could help ease supply chain problems and create jobs. >> and a dry and mild day in the bay area. and this trend going to continue all weekend
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mountain view where a 15 year-old has been cited in connection with 3 bomb threats that were made against local high schools. >> investigators say on october first los altos police responded to reports of a bomb threat at los altos high school, october 5th mountain view. police responded to reports of a threat against saint francis high school.
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that same day, a 3rd bomb threat was called into presentation. high school in san jose and police are saying that same teenager was connected to all 3 calls but due to his age. they're not giving out his name or the school that he attends just saying that he's been cited now to the north bay. the sonoma county sheriff's office is investigating the death of a horse sheriff's deputies are saying early on monday morning. someone shot and killed this. 26 year-old african quarter horse named buddy right near a roadway because of anyone with information is being asked to call the sheriff's office there in sonoma county. and check this out. there was a major accident in oakland this morning that resulted in only minor injuries. this happened on the coolidge off-ramp on 5.80. you can see the cars there smashed up. fortunately all the drivers and passengers only have minor injuries. now to some national news in the u.s. trucking industry is saying it is short of a record number of drivers amid the supply chain crisis. our washington correspondent. reshad hudson has details now
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on lawmakers potential solutions. >> while many ports and warehouses are working 24 7. the supply chain is missing a crucial piece and it's only going to get worse. the american trucking association says the u.s. a short of about 80,000 drivers. the biggest reason is that it's aging workforce. most drivers are white males in their 50's and 60's. ellen voya with the women in trucking association says the industry can't afford to lose any more drivers. >> we have to do something to keep the drivers were already here to keep them healthy and and to bring in a different more demographics like other workers across the u.s. wisconsin senator tammy baldwin says truckers shortages are related to people leaving the workforce during the pandemic. >> we do have. >> a worker shortage in part because of the lingering effects of the covid-19
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pandemic. >> the bipartisan infrastructure bill president biden will sign on monday includes 2 potential solutions. the first lors the minimum age of a commercial driver to 18. the second sponsored by senator baldwin will launch efforts to recruit new women into the industry, something that would absolutely speed a delivery that will help us our mission voya says having a more diverse trucking workforce will help make the industry stronger. >> reporting in washington reshad hudson. >> now back here in the bay area. the port of oakland continues to see a congestion issue that is causing a delay of products getting into stores on kron-on, which is our streaming app. we did get a chance to speak with the director of the port. he mentioned that will take some time to work out all the challenges and a backlog of containers dropping off items. he recommended planning ahead for those must have holiday items. another recommendation try to shop local that way. you can be sure to have all
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your items checked off your list for everyone. you need to get a present for just think about it. if it's at a store now. you could have it under the tree. you're under the menorah. no time. the ports of la and long beach are implementing a new system starting on tuesday to ease the backlog of cargo ships that will require ships that arrive early to anchor and wait 150 miles off the coast rather than sit in a large group hacked in with the 40 mile perimeter. port. officials are saying this plan will dramatically reduce the number of ships there near the ports. it will also cut down air pollution. they'll be assigned to space in the queue based on when they left their last port of call. so this will allow them to spread out rather than crowd into congested waters really close to the shore. also finds will start on monday for shipping companies that leave cargo containers at the ports beyond a set number of days.
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switching gears. now let's talk about our weather forecast as we take a live look inside across the golden gate bridge on this gorgeous friday. it's nice and warm out there today. let's see what's in store for the rest of the day. and as we look ahead towards the weekend with our meteorologists are pretty guests. happy friday just see yet the love. today's forecast this weekend going to be a rinse and repeat pattern of let's take a look at temperatures out there right now for your friday afternoon. 63 degrees in concord. more than 10 degrees warmer for those of you in san jose currently at 74 degrees. >> crystal clear blue skies. we did notice, though. very stubborn marine layer this morning with dense low clouds and fog and that fog bank going to return once again tonight. so we are going to see that stubborn marine layer reducing visibility mainly around the bay area shoreline at or near 0 until we start to notice better lifting and clearing shortly before your new lunchtime hour on saturday. but when tracker for tracking fairly calm. but breezy winds right now to the northwest. for those of you in
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oakland, 12 mile per hour sustained winds with any gusts upwards of 15 miles per hour or less. that trend going to continue this weekend as well. temperatures low to mid 50's still on the cooler side. for those of you in the north bay valleys, specifically santa rosa and napa mid to upper 40's there with daytime highs tomorrow. ranging anywhere from about 5 to 10 degrees above average. we should be in the mid 60's for this time of year in downtown san francisco instead flirting with 70's at 69 degrees oakland and hayward. you're going to hit that low 70 degree mark with livermore about 10 degrees above average there. 74 degrees, even milder for those of you in san jose and avato 77 degrees for your saturday afternoon highs. so not a bad weekend on tap and we're going to be on cruise control through sunday until we cool down to more seasonal pattern by tuesday. thanks to that increase in cloud cover and stronger sea breeze. but as you can see, just seen we're going to remain dry for at
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least the next 7 days. back to you. there we go. thanks so much for reasons. still ahead, and some money news. why inflation. >> may be somewhat of a good thing when tax season rolls around. >> also a bay area mother in labor just did not make it to the hospital in time to give birth. but how her delivery ended up being a lot more natural. and a lot closer to natural. and a lot closer to home. the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier. hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. ♪ tension builds... ♪ the plot twist. ♪ the hero prevails. in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started. introducing the all-new nissan frontier. start your day with crest 3d white and from mochaccinos to merlot, we are just getting started. your smile will always be brilliant. crest 3d white brilliance. 100% stain removal,
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from the north bay where a vacaville woman gave birth to a very healthy baby boy right on the front lawn of her own home. >> the birth was caught on the family's ring doorbell camera and kron four's men to harry talk to the family about this unexpected delivery. >> no one was expecting him to be born that have definitely. i wasn't emily johnson wasn't due for another week when she started to have contractions late thursday evening. it was slow at first. but when it was 5 minutes apart, she and her husband michael prepared to go to the hospital. then the contractions started coming are going to make it. emily's mother was on her way to watch their older blake. the last phone call i got from michael said it's going scary fast. get here quick. he tells me she tried to get into this car right here. but new. >> she wasn't going to make it ends up coming right here on to the grass in deciding this was the spot. i totally did
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not want to have a baby but the johnsons tell me that's what ended up happening. >> and it was all caught on their ring camera >> emily's mother christy arrived at 1030 about 5 minutes after emily tried to get in the car. >> just 12 minutes later she delivered the baby night as the paramedics pulled up, his head was coming out as they were getting out of the vehicles. dad got to cut the umbilical cord, the scalpel on the front yard. >> mom >> and baby were taken to the hospital after the delivery and are healthy. their older son was in the car seat watching his mom delivered baby thomas on the lawn grandma christie says she talked to about it later that night i said you know, mom to superhero. they the i'm a super hero. now. >> she, thomas in vacaville amanda hari kron 4 news. so
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good and so cute. up next. might be time to check your bank account. the u.s. more california stimulus checks are going out starting today. >> and we have that breaking britney spears news to talk about what a judge just ruled on the conservatorship that has controlled the superstar's life and money for nearly 14 years. also after the break, how the 5 people who were hurt during an anti-covid vaccine mandate protest along the golden gate bridge. doing this afternoon.
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>> happening today in the north bay. more young children can get their covid-19 vaccines at 3 schools in sonoma county. here they are. today's locations are at the healdsburg fitch mountain elementary school. it started at 3 rosen elementary school in santa rosa. that starts at 3.30, which is right now and also 4 o'clock shots will be given out dunbar elementary school in glen allen. now the threat of a 5th wave of coronavirus has prompted california health officials to promote covid-19 booster shots for all adults. this includes those who are outside of the current federal guidelines, the director of the california department of health doctor thomas aragon sent out this memo yesterday. it instructs medical offices and pharmacies across the state not to turn away anyone requesting a
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booster shot. they just have to be over the age of 18. >> if you think you will benefit from getting a booster shot. i encourage you to go out and get supplies available. >> california health experts say any adult is eligible. as long as 2 months have passed since they got a johnson and johnson shot or at least 6 months have passed since they received a second dose of the pfizer. moderna covid-19 vaccine. to chp officers and 3 golden gate bridge district employees were hurt after a collision during a covid vaccine mandate protest at the golden gate bridge. remember we covered. this is breaking news yesterday as traffic was starting to back up. well now kron four's maureen kelly has the latest on what happened. >> you can see the collision unfolding in this video from the golden gate bridge traffic camera happening is a crowd of a few 100 people protesting covid-19 vaccine mandates on the east side of the toll plaza was starting to boil over during the evening
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commute. thursday, there were threats to take over in the traffic lanes. officers we teach me as well as for the bridge closed down the number 3 lane station officers and other individuals there to prevent them from actually getting into the and it was at that moment that a ford escape collided with a street sweeper. both heading northbound. >> exactly. why is still under investigation are still trying to figure out last one went, right or what exactly happened. regardless, the 2 vehicles collided. >> went off to the right and struck a golden gate bridge. but for truck, there were 5 individuals to seize the officers and 3 bridge personnel stand on other side of that truck. so the went into them. it forced the truck into those 5 individuals. >> the 2 chp officers and one of the golden gate bridge workers were transported to a local hospital for treatment but are now back home and recovering. the 2 other golden gate bridge workers were treated and released at the scene. officer andrew barclay
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with marine chp says the drivers involved in the accident just happened to be driving by and are not connected to the unsanctioned protest that took place on the bridge, not strapped about what was going and if you're so they say that they were boring. kelly kron 4 news. >> for your money this afternoon. another round of california stimulus checks are being sent out today. the state franchise tax board is issuing nearly 750,000 checks. >> to anyone who filed paper tax returns this year. some of the payments will also be direct deposits. but in order to qualify for that $600 payment. residents must earn $75,000 or less per individual in 2020. this is the second round of state stimulus payments checks could take up to about 3 weeks to arrive. vice president kamala harris acknowledged today that soaring inflation is a source
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of stress. she was asked about her thoughts on how the administration is going to tackle this problem and right now kron four's catherine heenan joins us here in the newsroom with details hi justine. the vice president claims that president biden's nearly 2 trillion dollars. social spending bill. >> we'll fix the inflation problem inflation is at record levels. the worst in 30 years. way beyond any expectation, including higher prices for things like groceries for gasoline. harris is calling it a big deal. reporters asked her today how the administration will prevent the giant price tag on the president's build back better. bill for making things even worse. >> it is designed. to make it less expensive for working people to live. it was specifically designed to bring down the costs of child care and increase accessibility and availability. designed to bring down the cost of elder care. and make it available to
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all those working families that need that support and need that help. build back better. is not going to cost anything. we're paying for it. >> not everybody is buying the argument that the bill is not going to cost anything. the president and vice president. they argue enhanced irs enforcement, new taxes on business and the wealthy will cover that. but skeptics include centrist democratic senator joe mansion whose vote is needed to pass the bill in an evenly divided senate justine, thank you so much, katherine. >> and here's that breaking news on britney spears. it appears her independence day has arrived a judge has ended the conservatorship that has controlled the pop star's life and money since 2008. this all just happened at a hearing in los angeles today and fans have gathered outside the courthouse continuing to show their support. it was in september that the judge
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suspended the singer's father as the steward of her 16 million dollar estate and career in september and designated a temporary replacement. the elder spears jamie spears took over his daughters affairs with the authority of the court back in 2008. that was about 14 years ago and that followed a series of mental health issues spears testified in june that the conservatorship ruled every part of her life. and she felt it was time for her to get her life back. she also accused her father of conservatorship abuse. both her attorney and jamie spears filed paperwork to fully and that conservatorship. but this legal battle. might not be over jutt yet. >> even the conservatorship there still is a hearing in the beginning of december to talk about financial and other issues. if in fact britney's father mismanaged her state. those are things that will be discussed later on.
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>> so we will keep you updated on the next step for spears. but the big news right now is that she is once again in full control of her life. her career and her finances will have much more on this coming up during kron 4 news at 5 o'clock. but coming up here at 3, a record number of americans quit their jobs in september of this year. why some economists are saying this might be a good thing. plus inflation may be hurting our wallets now. but could it help when it's time to pair texas. >> and a great day in the bay area. how's your see our outlook looking all of your
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limited availability in select areas. afternoon. there could be at least one good thing to come from higher inflation. your income tax bill might be lower. >> the irs raised tax brackets by about 3% for the 2022 tax year for individuals. the top bracket starts at $539,900 for married couples. it starts at $647,850, married couples can claim the standard deduction if they make $25,900. 4.4 million people. that's how many people have left the workplace according to the latest government figures economist are saying many of those have left job seeking higher salaries and better benefits. however, there are
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still many waiting to see what happens as the pandemic continues to. cause many to. pushed pause. >> the chefs and barriers to, you know, there's a lot of women have really declined in the workforce. you know, pre covid-19. we actually reach more than 51% of the workforce. but when you schools closing down. >> and you have a loss of a child care facilities. it causes a lot of women attend to get tagged primarily with caregiving. not in all cases but in many cases it really when you have a income family. it means somebody's got to stay home and take care of the kids. so women have not been able to get back into the workforce as quickly as we'd like them to. >> so the economists there that we talk to is saying that president biden, social infrastructure plan includes proposed aid to help families with day care. another steps to stabilize families as to parent homes figure out a plan to have both parents return to the workplace. >> still ahead, one climate group has released photos of what they believe. big cities
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climate group has released dramatic images of what they believe cities worldwide will look like if something is not done to stop global warming reports are saying each of the last 4 decades was hotter in any decade since 1850 and
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scientists are saying these images reflect the damage that will be done if global warming rises beyond 35 degrees fahrenheit. scientists say crossing that threshold could have a dramatic effect on wildlife ecosystems and people were seeing here a picture of washington, dc with the national mall there. flooded with water even in singapore. so the un's climate change conference just blew past its scheduled conclusion as world leaders are struggling to reach global agreements to fight climate change. our dc correspondent alexandra limon reports now on the heated negotiations. >> protests broke out at cop 26 and negotiators went past the planned end of the conference trying to finalize global agreements children and grandchildren. this is critical. the goal of the conference is to save the world from the worst impacts of climate change. increasing
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water. >> scarcity how do you deal with the potential the facts of of severe weather events. those events include entire communities getting wiped out by rising sea levels and severe storms as well as heat and drought. so extreme, they're impacting the global food and water supplies. we need to do. >> make sure. >> major emitters reduced emissions so that we keep 1.5 alive. >> some countries are reluctant to commit to ending the use of coal and stopping subsidies for other fossil feels and cop 26 negotiators also struggled to get commitments to fund 2 different global initiatives. one would double the funds to help developing nations pay for infrastructure needed to deal with climate change this is personal this is not about politics. the more contentious fund would ensure that countries that caused the missions like the united states pay a combined 100 billion dollars a year for the loss and damage developing nations suffer from climate
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change because those developing nations create the least emissions in washington. >> alexandra limon. >> we go now to the south and san jose might be the next city to ban gas powered leaf blowers. this is coming as the california air resources board found that running a gas powered leaf blower for one hour committed the same amount of pollution as driving a 2017 toyota camry from los angeles to denver. the city leaders are saying they're testing out electric leaf blowers, which can reduce air pollution and significantly minimize noise. the city's parks department will evaluate the battery life charging time in the efficiency of the machines and then share those results in february of next year. let's talk about our weather forecast now as we take a live look outside at san francisco international airport. we want to find out what the weekend has like. is going to be like. and right now our meteorologist mabrisa
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rodriguez is here with some details. and especially if you have some big life events this weekend. some significant milestones. but you might be going through like getting married outside. there might be some people on the kron 4 especially our producer cynthia, who are very curious about the weekend forecast because of that monument, a moment that she's about to go through. yes, specially sunday. that's going to be the big day. what a great day for a nice letting let's take a look at that. happy couples. and her fiance. >> they're getting married this sunday and. >> cynthia, my wedding. yeah. >> were all applauding were so excited. she's our producer extraordinaire she's of makes i 3 o'clock newscast. the best. so congratulations than easy. that is cynthia and your soon to be. you're the best and my wedding gift to you. great weather. so you're welcome. let's take a look at temperatures out there right now. widespread 60's and 70's 70 degrees right now. for
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downtown san francisco berkeley in the low 70's san jose 74 degrees. this is a secret. we actually pulled it off and did a reduced or had no idea. and luckily she gave me extra time for this segment so i can talk about her take a look at those of you in the north, a low 70's was an in selma, santa rosa in the mid 70's and temperatures saturday looking great. about 5 to 10 degrees above average upper 60's for san francisco low 70's to the east bay shoreline nearly 10 degrees above average for nevado and livermore both in the mid 70's as his san jose. so sunday cynthia, you're happy day looking amazing. few clouds going to see stubborn marine layer in the morning with that dense low cloud deck. but overall, beautiful sunday afternoon cooling down on monday and made sure to talk to mother nature made sure the cooldown is on monday and not sunday, ok, so just f y i. >> radar for the tracking great weather for your bay area forecast in south lake tahoe as well. tracking mild
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temperatures there. low to mid 60's and no rain or snow showers insight this weekend. low 60's for south lake tahoe mid 60's. for those of you in truckee and for the next 3 days. great weather peaking on sunday before we cool back down into the low 60's by monday see that this is just thing. back to you. we just pulled off a good surprise. i love that. alright hawaii is welcoming back tourists and they're hoping that people are hungry. vicki liviakis takes us there. >> in this dine and dish report. >> new to honolulu looking for some good food and drink. there's the relatively new tbd by vikram guard, which sounds like a name to be determined. but no, that's the day wind really loved it. >> it was little catchy. and so why >> although the vibe is playful. famed local chef it from garg is actually classically trained. chef may come to your table to whip up for soto and fresh. a battalion but the bar
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bartender whips wicked potion. he calls lat mayhem play with all that and ingredients these diners traveled from afar to give it a try. you come all the way from where minneapolis, minnesota on the edge of hawaii's famed waikiki beach pd is low key tucked away in the boutique lotus hotel. >> the cuisine is corky. not what you might expect from a hawaiian restaurant menu and that's by design ideas. do little bit off. >> all spike it out. as you say, with the global influence and still keeping it very local. >> there's a moroccan tagine pacific shrimp as cargo and a cozy chocolate chip desert for your sweet tooth. you my polish off the night with this fun mango pop sprinkled with gold flakes up with playing on call. she'll in honolulu vicki liviakis kron 4 news.
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>> up next, how listening to your favorite tunes can help keep your brain shop.
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>> for your health this afternoon. a lot of people. our finding that music can impact their moods and also bring back some old memories. so now study is saying listening to our favorite songs. can reduce the effects of alzheimer's. that's because the first time you hear a
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song. it's stored in a separate part of your brain away from the regular seem antic memory. that's especially true of the music has a deep emotional significance for the listener. the memory is recorded in the auditory cortex which can help alzheimer's patients. expand the collapsing neural pathways and then reconnect with distant memories. it's time now to check in with newsnation to see what they're working on for tonight. >> tonight, a look at why the way democrats and some media outlets frame political losses may actually be dividing the country more plus, topping the streaming charts will explain why one series is gripping the nation. that's coming up on balance night. now. here's a look at dan abrams live. >> thanks, leland. tonight on dan abrams live on news nation major republicans quietly taking shots at donald trump. is this a whisper campaign to try to stop trump 2024. that's tonight. and dan abrams live.
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>> you can find newsnation on the channels listed here we have more details on our website. kron 4 dot com. we do have time now for a final check of our forecast with our meteorologist rodriguez high-five risa. but will that's a tough one to pull poll little sneaky one past. your producer who study the right. but we did it. we got it doesn't yeah. she's getting did you know that she's marriage. yeah. i found out today. >> cynthia just f while make the cutest flower girl. so we'll just seen just say sunday where they. let's take a look at our bay area board has over berkeley. crystal clear skies in fact, are tracking temperatures in the upper 60's to low to mid 70's. so richmond going to look great. since the i promise on sunday. you're going to have the best wedding day weather ever. all things to downtown san francisco and san jose in the low 70's 70's for those of
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you in petaluma and nevada 66 degrees. so. >> enjoy a bay area because this could be one of our last mild fall days before we cool down to seasonable temperatures by tuesday. and let's take it one more shot just seen of the happy couple because they're just too cute. all ended on that. back to you. >> looking good. the bride and groom. and thank you so much for joining us here during kron, 4 news 3 o'clock today. i'm justine waldman and we'll see you right back here next time. have a great weekend. we'll see you in prime time.
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>> announcer: today on an all new "dr. phil"... >> you didn't do anything to hurt your daughter? >> no, sir. >> no, sir. >> is there anybody that comes to mind that might have seen summer or targeted her in some way? >> announcer: the disappearance of summer wells. >> what do you think happened? >> i have no idea what happened. >> announcer: what do her parents know? >> you took your daughter in the house, and you never saw her come out. >> she just was gone. >> but she didn't just vaporize. someone had to take her out of that house. >> in her mind, she's being interrogated. >> that's not interrogating you. we're trying to help you find your daughter. >> dr. phil: yesterday we spent an entire hour trying to get to the bottom of what happened to 5-year-old summer wells, who went missing from her rural tennessee home on

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