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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good saturday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm noelle bellow. it is saturday, november 13th. we've got a lot to get to this morning but want to start off by getting a check of your weather forecast. dave spahr standing by in the weather center with some details day. there's a little bit of fog this morning yeah, we're getting some of that radiation fog. getting fog in places that don't always see. and we're seeing it extending on of the central valley. it's kind of the. >> typical pattern that they'll see oftentimes in the summer. sometimes what happens is you get this fog that develops in the high overhead
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and you don't get enough mixing for to left. all that will be our problem. but sometimes that can happen off to our friends in the sacramento in central valley for what we've got right now. a little bit fog looks to be mixing in a lot of the camera shots at least out had. this is half moon bay and there you see it looks like a good start to a great day, everybody in the bay area will probably be mostly sunny, but getting back to that fog. there is a formal statement that's covers all the major cities around the perimeter of the bay extending off through the delta into the central valley. this is until posted 11:00am and even what we can see from the models tell us that this should mix out pretty nicely by mid-afternoon or mid morning rather, and clear out before noon. this is the pattern we have with high pressure overhead. it's kind of sending everything off pacific up in so enjoy a nice spring-like weekend temperature check upper 40's some lower 50's going on for right now. so fairly mild. but that moisture in the air help put the brakes on the temperatures a bit calm winds to in the clear skies
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overnight was the recipe we needed to create all this fog. there you have nice view of the east bay shoreline. not too bad. clearing out. it looks like it's 71 by 2 and still temperatures climbing looks pretty good for sunday as well into next week. there might be a little bit in the way of some rain trying to sneak back in here. we'll have the long-range forecast as well. no. well, thanks, dave. >> threat of a 5th wave of coronavirus has prompted california health officials to push for covid-19 booster shots for all adults, including people outside of the current federal guidelines. the director of the california department of health sent out this memo. it instructs medical offices and pharmacies across the state not to turn away anyone who is requesting a booster shot as long as they meet certain quite criteria. they do have to be over the age of 18 and they can only get the booster if it's been 6 months since their second pfizer or moderna shot or if it's been at least 2 months since their johnson and johnson shot. >> you think you will benefit from getting a booster shot. i encourage you to go out and
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get supplies available. >> the announcement comes as southern california sees a slight increase in covid-19 hospitalizations and states nationwide are starting to see a spike in cases as well. now, one place you can get a booster is walgreens. but after seeing a couple locations in san francisco close earlier this week, 3 more walgreens are preparing to shut its doors next week while green citing ongoing organized crime for the shutdowns kron four's camila barco live in the newsroom with more details. camila. >> well, this isn't the first noel walgreens has closed more than a dozen of its stores in the city and now they are adding more to the list starting monday to walgreens are scheduled to close its doors for good and the company is also closing a 3rd store in the city on wednesday. and if you take a look at your screen. walgreens says this is the reason why employees have seen dozens of people like this walk into their stores and steal while green
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executives say retail theft has continued to increase in the past few months. they also add that retail theft is 5 times higher in san francisco and what they see in other stores across the country. the company has invested in more security measures across the city to provide a safe environment. however, it wasn't enough for the stores. walgreens has closed 2 of stores in san francisco in the past week starting monday, they will close 3 more in the city. these are the locations on monday. walgreens is closing one of its stores in the richmond district is the location is 7.45. clement street people who normally get their prescriptions from this location will now have to get it at 36 o one california street. the company is also closing its stores in hayes valley. it's located. i 300 golf street prescriptions from this location will be transferred to 2145 market street and then walgreens is set to just close another store on wednesday in the
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mission district. the it's located at 3400 cesar chavez street and prescriptions from that location will be transferred. 2 2690 mission street now, while executives say employees working at the stores that are set to close are also expected to be transferred to other nearby locations. so now if people live in these locations in the stores are set to close this weekend is the last weekend to either get your groceries or get those last-minute things that you may need. well, back to you. alright camila, thank you for that. a live report. >> in the east bay the community of walnut creek is grieving the shocking death of a longtime resident and volunteer after police say she was stabbed to death by her own son. police say they found 74 year-old darlene roth dead at her home early monday morning. kron four's dan thorn has the very latest on the investigation. >> a small memorial is arranged with flowers and candles at the mount diablo unitarian universalist church
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in walnut creek. it's honoring the memory of 74 year-old darlene rock the beloved community member was stabbed to death on monday absolute tragedy. she was a lovely woman. enthusiastic energetic. >> she was involved in many community events. mayor kevin wilk says roth was well respected in walnut creek. she was heavily involved in sustainability, messaging and community food drives wilks says it's a big loss for the city. she just want to know what you can do to help the city. that was really what it came down to every time we met up, she would ask, i love. she would say i love the city. what more can i do to help the city. walnut creek. police say roth called 911 around 5 o'clock monday morning saying she needed help because she was stabbed. >> officers rushed to the home in the area of 2600 jones road lifesaving measures were taken. but roth succumb to her injuries. police arrested her son in connection with her death. he was later identified as 41 year-old, nicholas roth, a local sports writer with the bay area news group. it's
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unclear what happened before the stabbing investigators say they are continuing to investigate ross community is left wondering what went wrong. completely shocking. >> and i think anybody that knew her just can't imagine this would have been happened to her. she was just a fun person reporting in walnut creek. dan thorn. >> kron 4 news. >> new this morning, an amber alert for a 3 year-old boy from sacramento has been canceled. chp issued the alert last night after responding to report of an assault. they say they found a man and a woman suffering non-life-threatening gunshot wounds and 30 year-old joshua yea go was involved in the assault and shooting. they say a go fled from the scene and the woman's car with her son inside chp did not say how or where the toddler was found. but that amber alert has been canceled. >> coming up here on the kron 4 morning news, a car theft in
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pittsburgh triggering an amber alert. going to tell you how that all unfolded. plus, taking a look back at the legacy of dana cain will tell you she went from being an award-winning journalist who a nationally recognized sculptor. stick with us.
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arrangements plans now for the victims killed during the crowd surge at the astroworld music festival in houston. the latest star for 2 friends from chicago franco patino and jacob jurinek. they both traveled to houston to attend the event. travis scott says he's going to cover all funeral costs for the victims. in the meantime, prominent attorney ben crump says 90 more lawsuits are now being filed over what happened at that concert. >> we will make sure. >> that they get justice because this should have never, ever happened. >> scott's attorney claims the rapper and his team were never informed of what exactly happened was happening in the crowd, even though his set one for 40 minutes after a mass casualty event had already been declared more than 110 lawsuits have now been filed. another major music festival underway in las vegas. this weekend, one that travis scott
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was originally supposed to headline rapper and singer post malone now headlining day in vegas, about 50,000 people are expected to attend this festival. security. top concern there organizers for this event say any or say law enforcement concert personnel will be watching the crowds. all weekend long to make sure no one gets hurt day. >> well, as you shake off this fog. it's off to a beautiful afternoon. it's going to feel a little bit more like spring going on here than fall as we see those temperatures this weekend. sale of the 70's. we have a look at your forecast coming up in a here.
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here. beautiful blue skies going on. there is some fog off to the valleys. however, keep that in mind. some places that don't typically get one of the stubborn areas will be around the delta as well up in the bay there. solano county most of the traffic up to the north of us here we have high pressure basically in place that actually makes it difficult for the fog in the central valley to mix out, however, because you have sinking air on top of you. she can't get that mixed out. you can't get kind of those overcast skies to turn mostly sunny and your temperatures can be really crazy, too. so it's really sometimes hard to see what's going to happen there. lower 50's, a line at the east bay shoreline 47 for livermore 53 for antioch up in the north bay. we've got 50's and upper 40's to 54, by the way, for san jose. so pretty good sailing. smooth sailing, one on for today. owning some of that fog in the central valley, then some scattered clouds overnight. and we're going make note of a few of those tomorrow kind of pain in the skies a little bit. so won't be as blue tomorrow as it is today, but still pretty
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good day. so looks good for sunday as well. keeping most of the action far away from home. however, by monday night into tuesday. that goes off the scope of this run. we do see a little opportunity for some showers up in the north bay. just a little little bit there. dense fog until 11:00am officially right now. warm and sunny mid 70's going on for high temperatures tomorrow will be some scattered clouds. we just went through some of that continued warm, upper 60's, upper 70's still possible in some of those inland spots. then for this week, some minor cooling. that's right. a shower monday night, perhaps in the north bay. but it looks a lot more interesting as we get into thursday night and friday. that looks like more earn a shot of rain highs today 72 san francisco, a 72 going on oakland 77 for san jose across the wider bay. we see those middle to even some upper 70's in the inland valleys coming up in a bit will be take a look at your 4 zone forecast and that extended well. >> thanks, dave. for 15 years.
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dana king was one of the main newscasters keeping the bay area and formed. she left the airwaves back in 20 12 but in her current incarnation, she says. >> she's still telling stories just in a different way. kron four's, pam moore. talk with her about why she says she's now the happiest she's ever been. >> good evening. and the world news tonight, teenage inmates to help you likely. remember dana king from her work in bay area news but that's old news. this is dana king today. you hate being he has moved from award-winning journalist to a nationally recognized goal always created. i've always done open the bag clay and see what i'm just on zone. and it just is a place of peace for me. it is quite a contrast from her 25 year long journey in television. 15 of those years in local news, i do not miss working on the days. i miss that adrenaline rush. i
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miss excitement, but i i'm so much happier and so much at peace. with myself and with life and not living. on the clock when off the new set. her life was much more than a straight laced news anchor king won a number of medals for rowing used to ride motorcycles lived on a houseboat in sausalito and was a union rep at work. >> she's been call competitive tough and definitely non-traditional. i come by it quite naturally my her own woman. >> my mom. >> was a white woman who married a black man secretly in the 50's, then became a widow left to raise 2 brown children in the 60's by herself when she turned 50. she joined the peace corps. she left tv news in 2000, and
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2 years later ran for oakland city council. >> that's the craziest thing i have ever done. one for office. i live east oakland. and my neighbors were getting and iran because they wanted to advocate. i'm so glad i lost. had had i won. i wouldn't ee doing my part. >> she doesn't painting anymore. but much of her early work. this one is called ballot or bullet had social things to be started taking our classes while still working in tv, but it became her main passions after a decision she made on heard of at the time for women in news. it started with my hair. as silly as that sounds. when i let my hair go gray. i i felt authentically in my own body for the first time in my life
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and i was 50 at that time. i take courses in the morning because they work tonight in no rush to the studio and be all filthy and change my clothes but about halfway through. i took a. a sculpture course. >> and thatuwas dana king has a number of art installations and displays around the country and here in the bay area, including here at golden gate park monumental reckoning. >> this is the beginning of column golden gate park. >> this is the first sculpture that isn't your center. the firsticulture created by an african american woman. >> my hope is that other cultures. will come into this space. and inhabit it as well. what i want all people feel comfortable the theme of her sculpture work is black bodies in bronze including this statue of a civic leader in berkeley. >> and this installation at the national memorial for
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peace and justice in alabama. one of her most recent commissions, a bust of the leader of the black panther party you'e newton and more to come and told stories for a living right. and they were on video or. >> digital or whatever. and if you missed them, they're gone for the most part, the bronze pieces are permanent. so the stories of the african descendants that these pieces represent. well last to be told as long as the bronze last and i could be thousands of years right. and at this point in my life be able to do that. in my own studio is a blessing. >> pam moore reporting for us. divorced with 2 adult children and a 5 year-old grandson. king says she is loving being a grandmother as well. monumental reckoning will be set up at the golden gate park for another year and a half. if you want to go check it out
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>> with children in the backseat. thankfully in both cases. those children are now home safe with their parents concord. police say around 10 o'clock thursday night. someone stole a white van with a 4 month-old in the back seat. this was outside the wing stop on ignacio valley road. thankfully the suspect didn't get too far. officers were able to locate the abandoned car with the child inside just 30 minutes later and they were soon reunited with their parents. no arrests have been made in this case, though. meanwhile, a woman has been arrested for stealing a car with a one year-old baby inside in pittsburgh. police say a father parked his truck on bliss avenue shortly before 6 o'clock thursday night when 24 year-old natalie, i approached him asking for a cigarette. he said no. and shortly after police say she jumped in the driver's seat of his truck and sped off with the child still in the back seat. the theft was captured on a nearby business security camera. you can see the car
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drive off. the father was chasing behind it on foot. this abduction and death set off an amber alert issued by chp about 2 hours later, police say the abandoned truck was found near army street and pittsburgh. a neighbor alert, a woman there that someone was blocking her driveway. >> we're because they had heard the baby screaming crying, screaming crying and then they looked in their last. the life of a missing near the door was open and they got the baby and this is crazy. this is crazy. >> a witness later spotted the suspect in pittsburgh just after midnight and alerted police. she was arrested on charges of kidnapping and vehicle theft. her bail set at $100,000. >> coming up here on the kron 00:00am morning news doctors encouraging folks to get a covid-19 booster ahead of the holidays. why they say it could help you if there's a case surge, this winter.
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>> good morning. 7.30. here on this saturday. welcome back to the kron 4 morning news going to start off this half hour with a check of your forecast. hopefully you have some plans to get outdoors because it is going to be a beautiful weekend >> hey, good morning. well, good morning, everybody. it is. that will be in the 70's. lots of sunshine have to take care of the morning fog a little bit. there's a dense fog advisory that has been posted for most the city's in around the immediate bay and that extends off to the central valley where that fog
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will be quite thick and hard to mix out this little different typical advection fog that we get that you see from wikipedia and when you go all that kind of stuff. this is a radiation when the sun sets, we have all the cooling that happens at night. dew point temperature go walking together and we get this. but a look at this and half moon bay. sunny skies. this fog is really starting to lift nicely as officially it's still in place. they may edit this. what we're talking to you this morning. but this is until 11 o'clock in just a wall of that. you can see in the central valley that will be tougher to lift off models even tell us that around the bay looks like easy task, but even around noon, it's a little thick off towards the east. most of the traffic and weather is going up and around us complements of high pressure, which is the other reason why the fog sometimes is a little stubborn in the central valley a bit temperature check. we have the upper 40's lower 50's covering us for right now. and your forecast today. not looking bad into the 70's as we get to the early afternoon now as a sidebar will probably pick up a few clouds scattered about
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tomorrow afternoon, but temperatures really don't start sliding into we get to next week we'll take a look at some of the longer range forecast in a bit snow. well, thanks, dave. >> holidays right around the corner. some doctors say if you're thinking about getting a booster shot. don't wait any longer. kron four's. amanda hari spoke with one infectious disease expert. he says getting a booster now will protect you well beyond a possible winter search. >> my reaction was one of relief. i think the rules have been confusing to a lot of people. doctor peter chin, hong. >> is a ucsf infectious disease expert. he says this change will make things simpler. he says if you've got your second dose of pfizer moderna's 6 months ago or johnson johnson. 2 months ago. you should consider getting a booster, particularly if you're traveling over the holidays, it appears some websites have not been updated to reflect the change in eligibility. but when i called a few pharmacies, i was told they're getting boosters to all adults. the california department of public health says they have enough supply
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doctor chin-hong says people shouldn't get discouraged by a 3rd shot because this could be the last one for some time and other vaccines where we had one to a few months and 3. >> it seems to protect us for many years. so unless is a scary new super very and that's resistant to everything. i think this they shot me carry us. >> for many, many years. doctor chin-hong warns there will likely be a winter covid-19 surge. that's partially because people will be gathering and there will be more tourism as people from europe come to the bay area and to california. and remember, europe. is that the cause of 50% of the world's cases right now in the last 2 weeks. but he says we may not see a significant amount of hospitalization in our area and more people receiving a booster will help with that in the bay area. i think we're going to protected and more than most because of high vaccination rates. >> but in other parts of the state sacramento central
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valley, some parts of southern california. we're already seeing increasing hospitalizations increasing cases. amanda hari kron 4 news. >> to chp officers and 3 golden gate bridge district employees are recovering from injuries after they were struck by a truck while surrounded by people protesting against vaccine mandates. it all happened thursday night during rush hour traffic chp says the protest of about a few 100 people gathered on the east side of the toll plaza. it was just beginning to boil over when the crash happened. >> there were threats to take over in the traffic lanes. officers we teach me is what's going to bridge closed down the number 3 lane, station officers and other individuals there to prevent them from actually getting into lanes. >> that's when a ford escape collided with a street sweeper forcing a golden gate bridge buffer truck directly into the officers and those bridge workers. 3 people in all were taken to the hospital for
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their injuries. they've all since been released chp says this accident was unrelated to the protest. but they're still investigating. a solemn day at sherman elementary school in san francisco students and teachers and staff return to campus friday for the first time since educator was killed in a car crash as a growing memorial at the intersection of union franklin streets in the cow hollow neighborhood. police say just before 8 o'clock wednesday morning. 70 year-old, susan vendor rucci ran a red light causing a chain-reaction crash that killed 30 year-old andrew simon as he was walking nearby. we spoke with one student who says she knew him well. >> he was really funny. loves the giant schemes. and would always take care of of all the kids and talk to them. >> the school has made grief counselors available for anyone who may need those services. police say the driver has been charged with vehicular manslaughter.
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mountain view. police say they cited a 15 year-old for allegedly making bomb threats against 3 local schools. those threats were reported at los altos high school on october 1st. but on october, 5th threats were made at both saint francis high school and mountain view and a presentation high school in san jose investigators say they will were able to link all 3 calls to the 15 year-old authorities met with the teen and his family. earlier this week. he's been cited on suspicion of making criminal threats and a false bomb report. coming up on the ground. the morning news pop sensation britney spears finally free from her conservatorship. what it means for the star. for the star. >> and what could happen next. when i was diagnosed with dupuytren's contracture, i waited to get treated. thought surgery was my only option. but then i found out about nonsurgical treatments. it was a total game changer.
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the person and the u.s. state. >> cheers for the pop star's attorney after the monumental hearing a judge officially ending the conservatorship to britney spears has made clear she feels is abusive. the legal arrangement has controlled the pop star's money and much of her personal life for over 13 years. her father, jamie spears until recently having much of the control this conservatorship. was corrupted. by james p spears. britney's attorney accusing jamie spears of taking millions of dollars from his daughter but pursuing legal action. he says will be up to her from now those who have supported the free britney movement >> what is the culmination of it i feel like i'm dreaming. >> that was lauren lister reporting for us after losing longtime face of the franchise
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buster posey to retirement the giants are gaining some stability in the dugout. the team has announced manager gabe kepler has signed a 2 year extension keeping him around through the 2024 season cap alert took over the team before the pandemic shortened the twenty-twenty season and in his first full year as manager kepler led san francisco to the nl west title and their best regular season in franchise history with 107 went everybody really enjoyed this past season payday >> okay. we're looking a lot of sunshine today to see those temperatures warm nicely into the 70's going on in we'll have a look at your 4 zone forecast. look at that extended that has yes, we need it. some more rain in there. keep it here. the kron 4 morning news continues.
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>> welcome back. some 44 on this saturday morning. and the chabot space and science center in oakland has reopened this weekend. they're celebrating with workshops and robotics demonstrations. the center has been closed for more than 18 months. but they took the time to complete construction on the largest refreshed for the center since the year 2000, the newest exhibit is called the nasa experience for visitors can come face to face and get hands on with heart attacks from space. >> we were able to take what was a very hard situation and
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turn it into what we think is going to be a fantastic opportunity for our visitors. we really wanted to create experiences where kids could roll up their shirt sleeves and get their hands in the phenomena in the actual. activities that you might even see in a lab at nasa ames itself. >> the center kicked off its reopening last night. it opens back up to the public today with extended hours from 10:00am until 10:00pm and then tomorrow from 10:00am until 05:00pm. i assume those who are there very later, a very late tonight. we'll get to look in some telescopes as well. hopefully we've got clear skies this evening. dave. >> yeah, we're looking at maybe some scattered clouds going on to 9 o well and into tomorrow, a bit as well. today's a little bit of a clear day as we can see from the very start going. big thing has been little bit of the way of some fog went on to get things started. but that's how we have it in into the afternoon pushing those temperatures yes, through the 70's, it looks like inland. here's what we've got going on. a storm tracker 4, everything up and it can take
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a little bit of a breather. but we do see more rain in the 7 day forecast. you can back in here. let's run through futurecast real quick for today. pretty clear. however we get to tonight, as we mentioned and overnight there might be a few scattered clouds are worth noting into the afternoon as well. we see the sunday. so it's not going to be as clear tomorrow as today but at least on balance. we'll see more sun then clouds going on. things don't really start changing that we get into monday that we see some clouding up here in anticipation of the next week system here. so it is high pressure going on for most of this weekend. that used to be a fair weather guy and all that. but it stops the rising of air a little bit in the central valley the big south that fog is sometimes problematic. let's run through the little points of interest here. real quick, that system kind of breaks apart here that on monday night, tuesday might be a little hit to the north bay to get a few little overnight showers pre dawn on tuesday potentially. but then clearing out on balance for the day, then this is a much more earnest hit as we get to
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thursday night friday. that's what we really want to watch another dose of looks like rain and mountain snows and that mixture as well. clearing things up. hey, just in time for the next weekend. 4 zone forecast check-in for your saturday 72 san francisco upper 60's coverage that the coast lower 70's on bayside here. this is almost spring-like weather here. 76 going on palo alto in the south bay. 76 santa clara 77 san jose cupertino matching that east bay shoreline mid 70's. also mid 70's going on in tri valley. looks like 76 walnut creek 70 per berkeley valais checks in at 6870 for fairfield napa. 7379 per santa rosa again, noting a little bit more in the way of some cloud cover tomorrow afternoon. look ahead of the week ahead. we want to make note of again monday night to tuesday. maybe a little passing sprinkle there as we get into thursday into friday opportunity for some showers thursday night. well, thanks, dave. >> after refusing to testify before the house committee investigating the january 6th
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riot, former trump white house adviser steve bannon now facing criminal charges. a federal grand jury indicted bannon on 2 counts of contempt of congress. johnson deleo has the story. >> a federal grand jury indicted steve bannon for refusing to comply with the subpoena from the congressional committee investigating the january 6th attack on the u.s. capitol. the 67 year-old former trump adviser was indicted on 2 counts of contempt of congress. one for refusing to appear for a deposition and the other for refusing to produce documents congressional investigators pointing to bannon's own comments on his podcast the day before the riot where he said, quote, all is going to break loose tomorrow and tomorrow is game day. bannon's attorney told the select committee last month he would not cooperate citing president trump's assertion of executive
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privilege. but bannon was a private citizen at the time of the capitol riot and the committee says his public comments on january 5th suggest he had some knowledge of the violence that would unfold the following day. the indictment comes on the same day former trump chief of staff mark meadows refused to show up to give testimony before the january 6 committee and who like then and now faces criminal charges. meadows is believed to have pressured former vice president mike pence to overturn the election. results. as pro trump rioters stormed congress pence was inside carrying out his constitutional duty to certify joe biden's victory outside the mob could be heard chanting, quote, hang mike pence now we're hearing from former president trump who was defending the riders who threatened his former vp in an interview with abc news reporter jonathan karl recorded back in march.
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>> are you worried about him during we worried he was well protected. and i heard that he was in good shape. >> not was very good shape. champ's. that was terrible you know, >> he could have all the people who are >> that was john fenoglio reporting for us this morning. ban is expected to turn himself in on monday. if convicted, he faces up to 2 years in prison. a federal appeals court. meanwhile, has temporarily blocked a house committee from getting former president trump's white house records. the documents were supposed to be turned over to the house committee investigating the january 6 insurrection on capitol hill. the appeals court stopped the release until it hears arguments in the case at the end of the month. stick with us from for morning news continues after the break.
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historic hours on partial lunar eclipse is coming next week on the west coast. it will begin shortly before 11 at night on november 18th. so that's thursday and it will hit its peak just after 1 o'clock in the morning when it's all over, it will have been the longest lasting partial lunar eclipse. get this 580 have flocked time. it will be 2669. that's the year 2669 before the world sees another one that last as long as the one will witness next week. so definitely a keep those eyes peeled, chabot space and science center definitely opened up at the best time there. >> mother nature is putting on a show along the los angeles coast ocean waves lighting up with bioluminescence look at this video shot last night in marina. del rey. it shows the rare phenomenon as a plane approaches la x for landing in
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the background. pretty cool to see there goes the waves. crashing phytoplankton our what causes coastal bioluminescence after windy conditions stir up the deep waters promoting their rapid growth always beautiful to see those and that in real time. still ahead here in the next hour, the kron 4 morning walgreens locations in san francisco. some of them it's their last weekend to be open. we're going to tell you how this will affect you if you get your prescriptions filled at those stores. >> plus supply chain issues causing food bank shortages of miss the holidays. what the vice president of second harvest food bank is saying their concerns really are.
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weekend, though. >> pretty clear, making up for it. good morning. well, good morning, everybody. lots of sunshine, those temperatures will be great into the 70's were doing a dry run for spring. okay. so you get a little feeling would be march or april. more like not so much into november. you're going to forget it is november. in fact. so a couple of days of this. and there's a little change as we get into early next week. temperatures will start to drop off a little bit as we have a change with this high start the weekend off. but it's a strong this weekend. here's a live shot coming in from half moon bay and i know 4e've been talking about this fog, dense fog advisory here. yeah. it's around the bay. the perimeter of the bay, all the cities around it up to the north bay valleys as well. and certainly the delta just as socked in there. we don't see that from our camera pictures, too. bad that this is a formal formally this is until 11:00am. we'll see if they start to chip away at that later on. let you know what happens with that. but as we're speaking right now, it's still in place off to the central valley. that's where the thicker fog is. but most of the bay fog should be taken care of by the late morning
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hours with the high in place. most of the traffic from the pacific is going up at around us now. we're going to see the high breakdown in some of this will start sagging in dropping into the bay area again as early as early next week. monday with a lot more cloud cover cooler temperatures and maybe a shot at a north bay shower perhaps on monday night temperature check for you. as we head clear skies overnight and not much the way of winds temperatures were able to kind of go into somewhat of a free fall. but the cushion was the humidity can get below dew that kept temperatures supported in produce that radiation fog factor again or to leave fog, if yru like, in the central valley a little bit. alright winds. they were doing much either overnight, which is another factor that helps with the fog development single digits as what we're over most the region and calm weather too. so temperature. check into the afternoon. we'll probably pop in the lower 70's by about noon and stay that way into the early afternoon. some spots maybe by today or tomorrow will pop in the middle to upper 70's even potentially. so a nice weekend
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to make up for all the rain as we've had over the last couple. however, next week looks like we're looking at some rain coming again. end of the week and earn a shot will get all of that in the woods coming up in just a bit. noel, thanks, dave. >> the threat of a 5th wave of coronavirus has prompted california health officials to push for covid-19 booster shots for all adults, including those outside of the current federal guidelines, the director of the california department of health sent out this memo. it instructs medical offices and pharmacies across the state not to turn away anyone who is requesting a booster shot as long as they meet certain criteria. they do have to be over the age of 18 and they can only get the booster if it's been 6 months since their second pfizer or moderna shot or if it's been at least 2 months since their johnson johnson shot. >> you think you will benefit from getting a booster shot. i encourage you to go out and get supplies available. >> the announcement comes as southern california does see a
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slight increase in covid-19 hospitalizations and states nationwide are starting to see a spike in cases as well. now for one place you can get a booster shot is at a walgreens. but after seeing a couple locations in san francisco. close earlier this week. 3 more are preparing to shut its doors next week. citing ongoing organized crime for the shutdowns kron four's camila barco joins us live in the newsroom with more details. camila. >> yes. and while starting monday walgreens is closing a 3rd store in the richmond district and another one in hayes valley and the company is also shutting down a 3rd store on wednesday in the mission district. if you look at your screen walgreens executives claim this is why employees have seen dozens of people like this walk into their stores and steel walgreens executives say retail theft has continued to increase in the past few months. they add it's 5 times higher in san francisco compared to other its other stores across the country. the
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company has invested in more security measures across the city to make it safer for customers, but it was too late for the stores. 2 of them closed earlier this week in south san francisco. 2 more will shut down on monday. here are the locations. one in the richmond district at 7.45 clement street, one in hayes valley at 300 cost street on wednesday. walgreens will close another store in the mission district at 3400 cesar chavez street prescriptions from all of these locations will be automatically transferred to other walgreens in those areas and those locations are no more than 10 minutes away. but they will be a change for 3 quinn customers. now walgreens executives say employees working at the stores set to close are expected to be transferred to other nearby locations in the newsroom. camila barco kron 4 news. thanks, camila. >> a $10,000 reward is being offered for information
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leading police to the people who are responsible for the death of 23 month-old jasper wu that toddler struck by a stray bullet while in the car with his mother on. i 8.80 in oakland last saturday. now the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce is offering a reward. >> i think it's a collective effort. i don't think money along as they beat you. 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. >> police say they do believe the reward money could help but finding the shooter will take more than that. as you heard the police chief a go fund me page has been set up to try and provide financial help to the victims. family so far. more than $200,000 has been collected. in the wake of that just shooting
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surveillance cameras are now being considered on oakland freeways. police chief says he supports the idea, however, it would likely take additional support from city leaders to help get the ball rolling prom jim has more. >> i would definitely welcome freeway cameras of 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 identified. no arrests made and no cameras at this time on the freeway. chief armstrong would like to see that change be helpful for solving these investigations and it would have helped in this crime as well. >> there are surveillance 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
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cities impacted by freeway shooting several years ago along interstate 80 and highway for similar coalition would likely be needed in oakland. >> we in the privacy commission. we know that this this anticipate this coming to us because it to us formally the city of oakland privacy advisory board would likely be involved in any decision to install surveillance cameras in oakland. gina tomlinson is a member of the board. these bold and brazen incidents. >> with choir, bold and brazen response and solutions. we know that the data privacy and the privacy of our citizens is but number one, we can never use or the number one mission to to ensure the safety security and of the city is this is about. >> has it made you cry on for news. coming up next on the kron morning news, a car theft in pittsburgh triggering an amber alert will tell you how it all unfolded. >> plus, president biden says he wants the money from his
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infrastructure bill to move as quickly as possible. how the deal will address the supply chain backlog at our california ports.
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>> welcome back. more funeral arrangements are planned for the victims killed during the crowd surge at the astroworld music festival in houston. the
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latest are 2 friends from chicago. franco patino and jacob jurinek. they both traveled to houston to attend the event. travis scott says he will cover alt funeral costs for the victims. meantime, prominent attorney ben crump says 90 more lawsuits are being filed over what happened at the concert. >> we will make sure. >> that they get justice because this should have never, ever happened. >> scott's attorney claims the rapper and his team were never informed of exactly what was happening in the crowd. even though i set went on for 40 minutes after a mass casualty event had already been declared more than 110 lawsuits have now been filed. another major music festival is underway in las vegas this weekend. travis scott was actually originally supposed to headline this one rapper and singer post malone is now headlining day in vegas. about 50,000 people are expected to attend this one. security is
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of course, top concern here, organizers for this event say law enforcement and concert personnel. we'll be watching the crowds all weekend long to make sure no one gets hurt. meanwhile in the ahmad arbery murder trial. the defense attorney who said he doesn't want black pastors in the courtroom is now apologizing saying his comments were inappropriate. kevin gough defending one of the 3 men accused of chasing and killing arbery while he was jogging in a georgia suburb golf complained after reverend al sharpton sat in the courtroom on wednesday saying he might intimidate the majority white jury. dave. >> and lots of sunshine going on for your saturday here helping to push those temperatures through the 70's. a high pressure is going to control this weekend. so not the stormy actually seen the last couple however long-range more rain is coming back at your forecast. just been run for weny news continues.
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not just of the coast will be all over. now we are talking about some fog going on here. it's a. >> radiation generated fog. it's allegedly to mix out here for most of the bay by 11 o'clock today actually see that happening earlier from our pictures going on. they haven't pulled yet this advisory stuff. but. we'll keep letting, you know what's going on with all of that monitoring what they're telling golden gate bridge, blue skies. you can see here looking pretty good from this vantage point. but they want to point out a little bit of fog off towards the distance there. so maybe getting fog in areas you don't typically get it when we talk about the fog up and around the high pressure is where all the traffic. the pacific is going for now. that high is not going to run row long after about 48 hours is going to kind of fall apart and that cloud cover come streaming right on through by monday, temperatures will also respond back to the 60's. so this little treat into spring-like weather is like around for the weekend lower 50's. we have covering of the east bay shoreline 35 for hayward 48 santa rosa. we have 53 for can 54 livermore future cast for. there's that fog. i know to
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right there in the central valley. it tends to be a little stubborn with high pressure model said that should mix out by the late afternoon as well for us. so looking good on the sky front for today. early tonight. this takes its toll tonight at 10:00pm then tonight, early tomorrow morning, some scattered clouds more of them tomorrow afternoon. but it's really we start to get into monday. you really start to see them thicken up. there area rain free. but late on monday night, early tuesday might have a passing shower up in the north bay. so dense fog until 11 o'clock. that's a formality covering the cities of the media at bay here warm and sunny and or afternoon mid 70's here tomorrow might even push some spots to the upper 70's. however, we are going to see those scattered clouds continued warm, though, and then for the week ahead, some minor cooling early into next week. you'll dropping off more cloud cover and a shower minday night and the north bay potential into tuesday morning. the juice year one, though, is thursday into friday. that's the one we're putting our cards on 72 san francisco. also open 77 san
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jose not bad going on here again, morning fog mostly sunny for your afternoon pushing inland highs into the middle 70's for the east bay even up to the north bay. scratching your about 80 santa rosa, of course, coming up in a bit. we'll have the 4 zone forecast for you in check into the extended as well. know. >> well, dave, you and i don't plan on quitting our jobs. at least don't think so. but new data does show americans are quitting their jobs at a remarkable pace. according to the u.s. bureau of labor statistics, a record 4.4 million people walked away from their employers in september. that same month the u.s. had 10 and a half million open jobs. the worker shortage comes as people are seeking higher wages and better working conditions as the cost of living reaches its highest level in 31 years. in national news, president biden's bipartisan infrastructure bill has passed and now comes the hard part getting the money to the places most in need of the new roads, bridges and rails raquel martin shows us how the
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white house it's going to achieve that. >> friday marked the 3rd cabinet meeting for the biden administration. the president clearly still celebrating what many consider his first major legislative victory. but the big question is will he get a second. we know his nearly 2 trillion dollars, social spending package still gridlocked in congress. >> american people sent us here to deliver the biden administration is ready to hit the ground running to get billions in federal infrastructre dollars out the door make sure this money is used wisely used well friday. president joe biden huddled with his cabinet team to outline their game plan. i think americans are going to feeling it immediately labor secretary marty walsh says once the bill is signed mayors and governors will have the green light to repair roads and bridges in their community. they have these projects that they're there to shovel ready. a lot of them and they've been waiting for an opportunity to fund the epa administrator michael regan says the new funding is vital to clean up drinking water
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nationwide. we're taking a very strong look at the communities that need it the most white house press secretary jen psaki says president biden will be appointing a coordinator to oversee the distribution of funds you can expect to be someone from outside the administration while 2 dozen republicans joined democrats to pass the historic bill. many in the gop are worried the spending will increase inflation. but president biden says the infrastructure investments and the nearly 2 trillion dollars spending plan still working its way through congress won't make matters worse lower inflationary pressures on our economy and president biden is expected to sign the bipartisan infrastructure plan at the white house in a formal ceremony. >> the white house said it's unclear if any republicans will be in attendance. we know senate republican leader mitch mcconnell has already said count him out for now in washington. raquel martin, back to you. >> california senator alex padilla says 17 billion dollars from the infrastructure bill will go
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towards relieving the shipping backlogs at the ports of los angeles and long beach port operators will be able to purchase more land in order to increase storage capacity and modernize the ports to make them more environmentally friendly. >> this just reinforces why we're doing what we're doing in congress historic investment in our nation's infrastructure, not just roads, not just bridges, not just tunnels but port infrastructure here in southern california and around the country. >> says the global pandemic exposed the importance urgency of modernizing us ports acknowledging the congestion is affecting businesses and consumers starting next monday, port authorities will begin fining shipping companies which leave container ships at the ports beyond a set number of days. up here in the bay. the port of oakland is experiencing a cargo bottleneck. it's causing delays in bay area stores. the port director tells us president biden's infrastructure bill will help ease that backlog. he does
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add, though it's going to take some time we can to it's not going to happen overnight recommends buying early and shopping local. this holiday season. at the climate summit in glasgow, scotland. a global leaders are still working to reach a deal on how to address climate change. they've already blown past a self-imposed deadline to reach an agreement on how to deal with the potential effects of severe weather events. they're also negotiating over how much rich nations will have to pay to help developing countries affected by rising seas. however, some countries are reluctant to commit to ending the use of coal and stopping subsidies for other fossil fuels that are being blamed for climate change. >> children and grandchildren. this is critical to increasing water scarcity how do you deal with the potential the facts of of severe weather events. >> a new draft agreement among nations is expected this morning. san jose could be the
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>> well, when it comes to food supply, surging food prices and supply chain issues are making it families hit by the pandemic. that in turn is ramping up the pressure on food banks to help feed those in need as we head into the holidays. kron four's rob fladeboe has more. >> there should be plenty of peppers asparagus and other fresh vegetables and most other holiday staples in holiday food boxes this year. but second harvest mother food banks are not immune from supply chain issues
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threatening many other aspects of the economy says second harvest. tracy, whether bin we do see disruptions. we're seeing the increased cost of freight gas like everyone else is. >> and we have a specific situations like we've needed a new cooler and one of our warehouses and we don't know when that's going to arrive because of the supply chain challenges. second harvest helps feed some 450,000 clients each month. >> and eye-popping 80% increase from before the pandemic inflation is hitting food prices. a lot depends on donations says weatherbee, we do have a concern that food supplies being tight in general for a lot of items we may get fewer donations from those people who work with us because they will be tighter surging food prices and limited availability could lead to shortages. second harvest does not anticipate smaller food boxes but substitutions are one way to meet the growing demand. a lot of the people that we serve. turkey is not their favorite foods that will do whole chickens.
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>> that might easier in a small apartment smaller oven. but we try to ensure that there's a lot of great food that they they lable to people to celebrate these occasions. the demand for food assistance may never return to pre pandemic levels as people try to recover from the loss of jobs and growing debt. >> second harvest and dissipates significant need well beyond the holidays. >> we did a survey of our clients and over 60% of them have less than a $100 in savings. so think about that and the fact that people who did have savings prior to the pandemic. it probably took them years to create, you know, a few $1000 in savings and that was wiped out during the pandemic in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> winemakers are sounding the alarm on an impending global wine shortage. the international organization of vine and wine say bad weather has already impacted production in italy, spain and france resulting in extremely low product volumes.
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>> good saturday morning to you. welcome back to the ground for morning news at 8.30 here and we are starting off in this half hour with a check of the forecast. we had pretty thick fog earlier this morning in some parts, dave has that started to clear out just yet. we're seeing a clearing a little bit the notice is still for the dense fog advisory that goes on until 11 o'clock this morning in the central valley, it's going to be a little bit more stubborn. >> tends to be the fashion that we have with the high pressure, particularly overhead. it's a little bit of a lid mix. a little harder for us to do that because you have falling air and we need rising air mixing. >> for now, though, are pictures are pretty good, though. look at this half moon bay. this is an area where we typically see fog. our normal advection fog and it's clear skies as we start our day today, the dense fog advisories you see doesn't cover the coastal areas. it's really around the bay in these low-lying areas where the fog kind of settles for took the off towards the central valley fog tracker just tracking it. you can see it mixes out well before the noon hour so what what we have in terms of
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stormtracker nice clear picture, clear skies for our part up to the north is where most of the action remains until this high weakens getting into early next week. temperature check for you. a lower to middle 50's over most real estate 48 up to santa rosa and for today 68 by high noon to 3 o'clock. 71. we'll see some middle 70's going in the inland valleys. we expect the same tomorrow. however, the b some scattered clouds to make note into the early afternoon and that sets the tone for early next week. temperatures a little cooler and little bout with maybe some sprinkles in the north bay. noel, thanks, dave. >> a woman in pittsburgh is in custody this morning after police say she stole a truck with a one year-old girl sitting inside. this is some new surveillance video showing someone who is believed to be that woman jump in that driver's seat of the car. the abduction set off an amber alert earlier this week the baby was later found safe in the abandoned truck. police tracked the suspect down a short time later in crime forcefully call has all the latest details.
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>> the car theft and kidnapping happened just moments after pittsburgh. police say a father is front bliss avenue across from all in one auto body. police say 24 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 anguiano 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 the thing about my house nearly 2 hours into the investigation. police say the abandoned truck was found near
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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 near the door was open and they got the baby and just after midnight. police were tipped off that medley. iowa was walking on bourbon street. >> she was arrested and booked for kidnapping and vehicle theft. >> she's being held at the martinez detention facility. her bail set at $100,000 in pittsburgh. phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> while police in concord are working on a very similar case a 4 month-old baby was in a car thursday night around 10:00pm when someone jumped in that car and took off with the baby still inside video showing their the emotional reunion between the mother and her child concord. police responded to the call from the 5400 block of ignacio valley road police were grateful to locate the abandoned car with the child still inside and
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safe on event to drive just 30 minutes later, an extensive search for the canine and air support began for the suspect. the person has not yet been located. and san francisco police have released more details in the crash that killed an elementary school educator 70 year-old susan the vendor rucci has been arrested. police say she drove through a red light at the intersection of union and franklin streets in cow hollow. it resulted in a multi vehicle crash that killed 30 year-old andrew is iman investigators say impairments does not appear to be a factor in all of this. spending rucci is facing charges of vehicular manslaughter and running that red light diamond was a beloved educator at the nearby sherman elementary school. the community is continuing to mourn his loss, leaving a memorial there on the sidewalk in the area of the crash. also san francisco, a 25 year-old man has died from his injuries
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are looking for that shooter. it happened at buchanan and hate streets the night of october. 23rd police say a car crashed into a pole. the victim was inside suffering from a gunshot wound. police are conducting a homicide investigation. now the victim died back on tuesday. this is just one of several recent shootings that have happened in the haight ashbury neighborhood. up in the north bay. now, 2 women facing charges for shooting a 17 year-old boy as well as robbery and prostitution. the victim told sandra fell police he was in the area of medway road in belvidere street around 2.20 in the morning on tuesday. he and 2 women were inside a car when they got into an argument he says one woman shot him in the leg. the victim was able to escape and call police the following night antioch police say they located both of those suspects. they're from sacramento and are now booked into the marion county jail.
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including possibly cutting the portion sizes of food sold at the parks. >> potential changes were discussed during a quarterly earnings call this week. those changes may also lead to higher prices for some surfaces. chip yost takes a look. >> well, i think a question that's on the minds of every and every senior management team of companies out there inflationary pressures are something we are all i'm looking at an earnings call with analysts wednesday disney cfo, christine mccarthy. >> talked about how the company is trying to keep its costs down. amid inflation rates the country hasn't seen in decades while the park already increased most of disneyland ticket prices in october. executives are still looking at ways to save or make more money in other areas. one idea cut down on portion sizes at its theme
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parks are lots of things that are worth talking about. you know, we can adjust suppliers. >> we confront 2 we portion of mine, which is probably good for some people's we can look at pricing where necessary. but we are going to go get it straight up process increased prices. that comment was made on the same day the u.s. bureau of labor statistics released its october. consumer price index report. >> for all urban consumers the report which tracks prices for everything from cars to food to gas showed that overall prices were up 6.2% before seasonal adjustments. the highest one-year increase in prices in more than 30 years to talk to the president about it often. >> of our highest priorities. we need to bring costs down for the american people. >> that was chip yost reporting for us. another place your wallets going to be pretty tight thanksgiving. less than 2 weeks away. a new poll suggests many people will
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not travel morning caught of consul poll found nearly 60% of people decided they're just going to stay at home. it's a big improvement from last year when 72% state home for the holiday. many are blaming rising gas prices, though, for the reason as the reason the statewide average for a gallon of regular gas right now. $4 and $0.65. but i know here we're seeing upwards of $5 on dave. >> yeah. got to break up the tv dinners anyway. what we got going on today after take care of some of this morning. fog temperatures climbing almost soaring. we could say it's been like a spring day. >> mid 70's going on in the east bay on our shoreline a little bit, too. but even in london. but a check of the 4 zone forecast and the extended. keep it here. we're right back.
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>> 8.45 on this saturday morning. and the lava spew continues in spain. this has been going on for quite some time. video from la palma volcano in the canary islands. it's been erupting for nearly 2 months now. first becoming active back on september 19th. heavy ashfall over the past few weeks has forced flight and school cancellations in the area. air quality has been improving. thankfully in some classes have been able to resume. but as you can see, it is still a very active volcano
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over their mother nature. always given us a show. dave spahr is here with a look at your forecast here at nothing quite as dramatic for no, i don't. i want to see any tobar options are either. that's a kind of scary. anyway. >> what we've got going on for today, sunshine for the whole weekend. some scattered clouds on sunday. but here's your east bay shoreline shot. >> little of that leftover fog to have that advisory still in place as a formality until 11 o'clock. it's going to be probably the most stubborn off to the east and delta and the central valley. what we've got going on right everything's going up and around our nice big dose of high pressure that axis little bit of an impediment, however, to kind of clean out some of that fog because it's falling air and it doesn't allow the mixing process to go as well. so futurecast for what we have today. hate. enjoy it soak up sunshine. all the ways you can see it there. then as we get to overnight, we have a couple scattered clouds in tomorrow afternoon. a break-in here. but we'll have more of that. you get some of those pasty white skies, working their magic a little bit telling you things are changing high
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pressure is weakening. to replace it will be more that cloud cover in little cooler to now monday night tuesday zone have a little shot. maybe passing shower. here's how it looks like on the maps of the age of was talking about will be our player for this weekend. warm weather. a little flavor of spring going on even though it is fall. and as we take a look at futurecast for what happens early in the week. little system kind of breaks up in our backyard. there to provide may be an overnight shower monday night into tuesday looks most favorably up in the north bay and up to what the roads pretty quiet for most of the week. boom thursday night friday. an earnest opportunity that we're not getting of consistency on timing on the models are kind of jumping all over the place. anything from thursday night till friday afternoon. but that's the zone to look out for for the next hit. mountain snows will be part of that package as well. so it's a nice little earner shot of rain there breaking up just in time for next weekend. so we time that out nicely, 4 zone forecast for the saturday. look at these numbers, 72 for san francisco going on today at the coast
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will do some of those upper 60's, 72 for burlingame doubt of the south will see foster city at 74 palo alto 76 along with san carlos in the south bay. also looking at upper 70's morgan hill 79 los gatos it 79 to cupertino 77 east bay shoreline mid 70's matching that in tri valley after taking the morning fog, of course, 76 for walnut creek. 70 for berkeley. 68 delay. whoa. fairfield at 7073 for napa and 79 coming in for santa rosa. that's a high working its magic for in those valleys, you might see temperatures pop and you might see the same thing for tomorrow as well. so again, monday night tuesday is that little shot of maybe rain. we're looking for a possibility of more earnest when we get into thursday and into friday. thanks, dave. >> another spectacular show of nature's sequoia trees have lived for thousands of years and are known for being almost invincible at more than 250 feet tall there among the
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largest living things on earth. just one tree can weigh more than 100 elephants. chip yost takes a look. >> this is just a giant sequoia tree and the black mountain grove. this all burned in the fear fire in 2017 in and around sequoia national forest in central california. experts are studying the changing relationship between sequoia trees and wild fires. the only place in the world where sequoias grow naturally is on the western slopes of the sierra nevada mountain range with most of them located in narrow 60 mile stretch of forest. >> just east of fresno. the sequoia trees, you'll find there. we're considered the largest trees on earth. many are thousands of years old and have survived countless fires during their lifetimes. but recently their fire survival rate has taken a hit.
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>> it is getting scary, especially to see one of the most fired opted organisms on earth being burned up in fire. that's a very scary change. kristie brigham is the chief of resources management and science. >> for sequoia and kings canyon national parks. she says the change was especially noticed during last year's castle fire in the castle fire. we lost between 7,510 1600. >> sequoias over 4 feet in diameter. that's a lot that's 10 to 14% of the entire population. the change in the trees ability to survive a surprising. >> since the sequoia is built to coexist with fire. >> that sounds hollow. >> in part due to its thick bark that insulate it from the fire and in part due to its size since in most cases for a fire to kill a sequoia. it would have to get all the way up into the canopy. a tall
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task indeed. >> there are adapted to fire. look how far off the ground. the branches are. >> in addition sequoias need fire to reproduce and seeing the base of a tree blackened by fire can actually be a good thing since it means the seeds which sit inside the cones high up on the trees may have gotten the heat they needed to be released. the radiation from the heat. >> opens up the cones and then they drop their seeds and they'll drop thousands. so right after the fire. this was a carpet. a little tiny giant sequoias. >> well, touring an area burned by this year's windy fire sequoia national forest stretching fitzgerald also showed us how the trees heal themselves after the fire passes. you know, it got a little injured from the fire >> you can actually see it's trying to put out some sap trying to heal some of the
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wounds. >> ideally in normal times. this burn and he'll cycle would repeat itself every 10 to 20 years. but these are not normal times. this is an alarming time for giant sequoias. >> and for for us all throughout our coming up in our next report. we look at what's caused the change and at some of the extraordinary steps firefighters and forced workers have taken to try and save the sequoias during recent fires. for now on the western slopes of california sierra nevada mountain range. i'm chip yost. >> in the north bay. the sonoma county sheriff's office is investigating the death of this horse. sheriff's deputies say early monday morning, someone shot and killed the 26 year-old american quarter horse named buddy near roadway in castle darrow anyone with information on horse death is asked to contact the sheriff's office. we'll be right back after the break.
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hospital who cared for him after he was born at just 21 weeks gestation and weighing just 14 ounces at birth. his twin sister did not survive, but his mother, michelle butler says he's now just a typical toddler. >> is very now. >> at first the you know, he was moving slow. so. pink beside them a few let stand the like you want to follow him to take office star walk in you know. >> babel at the >> curtis spent his first 275 days in the neonatal intensive care unit. he's still need supplemental oxygen and a feeding tube during his visit with the hospital. staff. curtis was awarded the guinness book of world records certificate. putting on a show along the los angeles coast. look at that ocean waves lighting up with bioluminescence. this video was shot last night.
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>> in marina del rey. it shows the rare phenomenon as the plane is approaching la x for landing in the background, as you can see. but look at those waves crashing there in the foreground. phytoplankton is what causes this coastal bioluminescence after windy conditions stir up the deep waters promoting their rapid growth always really, really pretty to see something like that. and historic hours on partial lunar eclipse is coming next week. mark your calendars here on the west coast. it will begin shortly before 11 o'clock at night on november 18th. >> and will hit its peak just after one in the morning when it's all over the will of been the longest lasting partial lunar eclipse in 580 years and it will be the year 2669 before the world sees one that last as long as this one. definitely mark your calendars. we feel like going to chabot space and science center to check it out. i know they're open now this weekend. still ahead here in the next hour, the kron 00:00am morning
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ho. ho. ho. it's santa. we got a problem. ♪ ♪ wooooooo! ♪ ♪ ho! ho! ho! ♪ >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at know. >> good saturday morning to you. it is 09:00am. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow. it's saturday november
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13th. we're halfway through the month already. >> and we're kind of feeling like spring a little bit instead fall almost winter dave spahr standing by in the weather center with a look at our forecast for this weekend a day. >> good morning. welcome morning, everybody. we are looking at temperatures to soar into the 70's this afternoon. now we do have to do with some morning fog a little bit are pictures that we're to to be in, don't see the fog intrusion. but there has been a dense fog advisory that's been posted a covered the perimeter of the bay mostly as we're talking about here and that should mix up by 11 o'clock, although it looks like it's going to bring nice job. but even by this time a live shot for you coming in from half moon bay. this is not a place that's affected or ever was even a dawn. it wasn't the coastal areas. it was really around the immediate bay. this is where you see the time the tan color and it extends to the delta off to the central valley. that's a little tougher to clear out. but a lot of these valleys around the immediate bay, the fog started to hover a little bit there and going for the models. we can see
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quickly clears out to the bay kind of lingers a little bit in central valley. most the traffic is up around us. it's high pressure that's going help us out this weekend. lots of nice warm temperatures to dish out lower to middle 50's at this hour. 48 for santa rosa 55 san francisco, even half moon bay at 63. well, it's all that glorious sunshine we've been seeing this morning, not much the way of winds. that's another factor that helped this fog develop single digits to calm will cover us and covering the rest of today here. we've got 70's expected for highs today. dipping back to the upper 60's by late this afternoon, early evening. coming up a little bit. we'll take a look at the entire weekend and coming up next week or a couple bouts of chances to see a few showers. noel. >> the threat of the 5th wave of coronavirus has now prompted california health officials to push for covid-19 booster shots for all adults, including people outside of the current federal guidelines. the director of the california department of health sent out this memo instructs medical offices and pharmacies across the state not to turn away anyone who is
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requesting a booster shot as long as they meet certain criteria. you have to be over the age of 18 and you can only get a booster if it's been 6 months since your second pfizer moderna shot or if it's been at least 2 months since you're johnson and johnson shot. >> you think you will benefit from getting a booster shot. i encourage you to go out and get supplies available. >> the announcement does come a southern california is seeing a slight increase in covid-19 hospitalizations and states nationwide are starting to see a spike in cases as well. one place you can get a booster is your local walgreens. but a couple of locations in san francisco closed earlier this week and 3 more are preparing to shut its doors next week. citing ongoing organized crime for those shutdowns. kron four's camila barco is breaking it all down for us live in the newsroom with more. hey, camilla. >> yes, all starts monday. walgreens is closing a store in the richmond district and another one in hayes valley.
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the company is also shutting down a 3rd store on wednesday in the mission district. and if you look at your screen walgreens executives, claim executives, claim. this is why employees have seen dozens of people like this walk into their stores and steel walgreens executives say retail theft has continued to increase in the past few months. they also add it's 5 times higher in san francisco compared to its other stores across the country. the company has invested in more security measures across the city to make it safer, but it was too late for these stores. 2 of them closed earlier this week in south san francisco. 2 more will shut down on monday. here are the locations. one in the richmond district at 7.45 clement street, one in hayes valley and 300 ga street. and like i said on wednesday, walgreens will close another store in the mission district at 3400 cesar chavez street
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now prescriptions from all of these locations will be automatically transferred to other walgreens in those areas. those locations are no more than 10 minutes away, but they will be a change for frequent customers and walgreens executives say employees working at the store that are set to close are expectsd to be transferred to other nearby locations while back to you. alright camila, thank you for that live report. >> in the east bay the community of walnut creek is grieving the shocking death of a longtime resident and volunteer after police say she was stabbed to death by her own son. police say they found 74 year-old darlene roth dead at her home early monday morning kron four's dan thorn has the very latest on the investigation. >> a small memorial is arranged with flowers and candles at the mount diablo unitarian universalist church in walnut creek. it's honoring the memory of 74 year-old darlene roth, the beloved community member was stabbed to death on monday at absolute
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tragedy. she was a lovely woman enthusiastic energetic. >> she was involved in many community events. mayor kevin wilk says roth was well respected in walnut creek. she was heavily involved in sustainability, messaging and community food drives wilkes says it's a big loss for the city. she just want to know what you can do to help the city. that was really what it came down to every time we met up, she would ask, i love. she would say i love the city. what more can i do to help the city. walnut creek. police say roth called 911 around 5 o'clock monday morning saying she needed help because she was stabbed officers rushed to the home in the area of 2600 jones road lifesaving measures were taken. but roth succumb to her injuries. police arrested her son in connection with her death. he was later identified as 41 year-old, nicholas roth, a local sports writer with the bay area news group. it's unclear what happened before the stabbing investigators say they are continuing to investigate ross
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community is left wondering what went wrong. completely shocking. and i think anybody that knew her just can't -magine this would have been happened to her. she. >> was just a fun person reporting in walnut creek. >> dan thorn kron 4 news. >> coming up here on the kron 00:00am morning news car theft in pittsburgh triggering an amber alert we're going to break down how it all unfolded. plus, taking a look back at the legacy of dana case. we'll tell you how she went from being an award-winning journalist to now a nationally recognized sculptor.
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>> a woman in pittsburgh is in custody after police say she stole a truck with a one year-old girl sitting inside. police say a father parked his truck on bliss avenue shortly before 6 o'clock thursday night when this woman 24 year-old, natalie, i approached him asking for a cigarette. he said no. and shortly after police say she jumped in the driver's seat of the truck and sped off with the child in the backseat. the theft was captured on a nearby business security camera. you can see in the distance there. the car driving away. the father chased behind it on foot. the abduction and that set off an amber alert issued by chp about 2 hours later, police say the abandoned truck was found near army street and pittsburgh. a neighbor alerted a woman there that someone was blocking her driveway.
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>> we're because they heard the baby screaming looked in their last. the life of a missing near the door was open and they got the baby and this is crazy. this is crazy. >> a witness later spotted the suspect in pittsburgh just after midnight and was able to alert police. she's being charged with kidnapping and vehicle theft. her bail set at $100,000 that wasn't the only car stolen with the baby inside of it this week in the east bay conquered police are still looking for the suspect who they say stole a white van with a 4 month-old inside the back seat late thursday. this one happening outside the wing stop pounding not valley road officers were able to locate the abandoned car with the child inside just 30 minutes after the report. you can see the mother holding on to the baby after they were reunited. so far, though, no arrests have been made >> trying off with some fog going on. we can see a little bit off to the distance here. the east bay shoreline as we see temperatures this afternoon get into the 70's.
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lots of sunshine coming your way for today. some scattered clouds tomorrow. we'll put it all together coming up next 4 morning news continues.
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>> welcome back. 9.14 here on this saturday morning. it's time for another check of your weather forecast. dave spahr is giving us a closer look. do we need jackets this morning. dave, what's the sitch know.
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it's a pretty decent, you know, in picking the sunshine hitting you'll fill nicely like even in half moon bay. they're already seeing temperatures in the 60's there not being. >> they're not being affected really by this intrusion of this fog going on. it's more based centric and off to the delta and central valley is where it's been hovering that dense fog advisories with us until 11 is a formality, although in some of the pictures that we're showing you looks like it's clearing out, including the iconic golden gate bridge it too. not really affected too much by this fog, at least not now was earlier but not not so much going on now. there's the fog off to the distance there. as you can see, nice blue skies. enjoy that more of that to come for today. ultimately this traffic up here, we'll start to sag to the south a little bit going on tomorrow and most notably by monday. we also see temperatures respond accordingly all that too temperature. check. we got the 50's going on for right now. half moon bay at complements of all that sun. was like for the high almost 48 going on santa rosa. some last-minute cooling off to a tri valley 54 and lower 50's happening well
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inland, so future cast for there's the central valley fog that mixes out pretty good for today. tonight, some scattered clouds into your sunday, although some clear patches in there and by monday we'll see the start to kind of really thicken up there may have to call partly cloudy are very but clouds for your monday monday night little opportunity for sprinkle that will probably be up in the north bay a little bit. not terribly impressive, but it's later in the week. things are a little bit more interesting. so putting this all together for us. dense fog advisory to 11 warm and sunny mid 70's by areas pump in the upper 70's. but then tomorrow we do have some of those scattered clouds continuing warm. yes, upper 60's going on upper 70. so depending on where you are from the coast to those well inland areas got to the 10 degree spread or so then for this some minor cooling early in the week. it looks like there's a little chance of a shower in the north bay on monday night. then another one in mentioned this here. but another one for thursday into
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friday. that's much more earnest working on timing. all that, however, 72 san francisco matching that for oakland and 77 san jose feeling more like spring tide than it is in the autumn, cool and at 68. we do see the middle 70's. well, inland 79. meanwhile, for santa rosa. coming up a little bit. of course, we'll have the 4 zone forecast for you and the extended. well, thanks, dave. >> for 15 years. dana king was one of the main newscasters keeping the bay area and formed. she did leave the airwaves in 2012. but in her current incarnation, she says she still telling stories just in a different way kron four's, pam moore talked with her about why she says she's now the happiest she's ever been. >> good evening. and the world news tonight, teenage inmates health. >> you likely remember dana king from her work in bay area news but that's old news. this is dana king today. i hate being he has moved from award-winning journalist to a
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nationally recognized coulter always created. i've always done open a bag clay and see what i'm just on zone. and it just is a place of peace for me. it is quite a contrast from her 25 year long journey in television. 15 of those years in local news, i do not miss working on the days. i miss that adrenaline rush. i miss excitement, but i i'm so much happier and so much at peace. with myself and with life and not living. on the clock when off the new set. her life was much more than a straight laced news anchor king won a number of medals for rowing used to ride motorcycles lived on a houseboat in sausalito and was a union rep at work. >> she's been call competitive tough and definitely non-traditional. i come by it quite naturally my mother. was
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her own woman. >> my mom. >> was a white woman who married a black man secretly in the 50's, then became a widow left to raise 2 brown children in the 60's by herself when she turned 50. she joined the peace corps. she left tv news in 2000, and 2 years later ran for oakland city council. >> that's the craziest thing i have ever done. one for office. i live east oakland. my neighbors are getting iran because they wanted to advocate. i'm so glad i lost. had had i won. i wouldn't be doing my art. >> she doesn't painting anymore. but much of her early work. this one is called ballot or bullet had social things to be started taking our classes while still
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working in tv, but it became her main passions after a decision she made on heard of at the time for women in news. it started with my hair. as silly as that sounds. when i let my hair go gray. i i felt authentically in my own body for the first time in my life and i was 50 at that time. i take courses in the morning because they work tonight in rush to the studio and be all filthy and change my clothes but about halfway through. i took a. a sculpture course. >> and that was dana king has a number of art installations and displays around the country and here in the bay area, including here at golden gate park monumental reckoning. >> this is the beginning column i golden gate park. >> this is the first sculpture that isn't center. the culture created by an african american
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woman. >> my hope is that other cultures. will come into the space. and inhabit it as well. what i want all people feel comfortable the theme of her sculpture work is black bodies in bronze including this statue of a civic leader in berkeley. >> and this installation at the national memorial for peace and justice in alabama. one of her most recent commissions, a bust of the leader of the black panther party you'e newton and more to come and told stories for a living right. >> and they were on video or. digital or whatever. and if you missed them, they're gone for the most part, the bronze pieces are permanent. so the stories of the african descendants that these pieces represent. well last to be told as long as the bronze last. and that could be thousands of years right. and at this point in my life be
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able to do that. in my own studio is a blessing. >> that was pam moore reporting for us divorced with 2 adult children and a 5 year-old grandson. king says she is loving being a grandmother monumental reckoning will be set up at the golden gate park for another year and a half. if you want to check it out. and the dedication of the huey p newton bust happened just a couple of weeks ago. it's located at huey p newton way and mandela parkway. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news the happiest place on earth may also be among the merriest. >> we're going to show you how disneyland is celebrating the holidays.
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on this saturday morning after taking a break last year to the pandemic. the holiday celebrations are back at disneyland resort. erin myers has a preview of all the holiday attractions from main street to buena vista street. >> hi, guys. i have to tell you, it's so beautiful. you walk down the main street usa and their decorations it's just gorgeous. and just to give you a taste of look at sleeping beauty's castle it's beautiful with all of those decorations. the reach of the garland. and that's just a little bit of what you're going to see here at disneyland and california adventure. i want to bring an aerial harris, one of the cast members to talk to us more about it. how excited are you guys to be back this year this
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holiday season. well, as you guys know, we were here last year. so as cast members, we are more than excited to welcome you guys back but his guest to i got to come in the p rk a couple days ago and just walking down main street and seeing this. >> 60 foot christmas tree in hearing the music. you just felt so warm and fuzzy you warm and fuzzy as it does give you that feeling. this is definitely the time to make memories. >> see all the magic that disney has to offer. and i'm hearing first time in a long time we're going to see a parade christmas fantasy parade. it's the time for aid to return back. since we've been open. so you're going to see all of your classics that soldiers that drum you're going to see the gingerbread man, the snowflakes and then santa claus himself at the very end. >> have the holidays without santa for sure. and then just a few other things i know their new food items. i know there's a new store. yes, we have a new store in actually, it's right behind us it's plaza point holiday shop and it's a year-round holiday but it also changeover for the year. easter halloween. i
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spent way too much money in there the other day. but 2 items for everybody. but always food, right. that's my favorite part. wherever you go. you've got treats and chocolates and goodies. >> so whatever you want, you can tried some of the treats this morning. they are delicious. they are all holiday themed a quite tasty. if you want to check it out over the details up on the screen. you can go to disneyland, dot com and you have all the way until january 9th. >> back here. i can show you to one thing. they have so many years. you can get 2 for the holiday season. so if you love the years like i do. you're good to go in anaheim. i'm erin myers. i'll send it back to the studio. >> all right. thanks, aaron. looks like fun out there. coming up on the kron 4 morning news doctors are encouraging people to get that covid-19 booster ahead of maybe your trip down to disneyland for the holidays. why they say it could really help. >> if there's a case search this and pop sensation. britney spears finally free from her conservatorship. what it means for the star. come it means for the star. come next. stick with us.
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>> good morning. welcome back here to the kron 00:00am morning news on this saturday halfway through the month of november waking up to some thick fog in some areas. i know the bay bridge is kind of fogged in right now. but dave says that it should be maxing out here in the next couple hours. >> yeah, that's what we're being told the in the
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statement goes until 11 o'clock today. so that would be in the pretty good timing of all of that. it will leave behind ithin lots of nice sunshine for you and help push those temperatures in the inland valleys to get into the mid to potentially even upper 70's in some spots. i here's what we got for right clear skies happening in half moon bay. this was never really impacted by the fog. we're talking about so blue skies of help temperatures warm. here is the coverage area. it's really around the perimeter of the bay and inland into the central valley again until 11 o'clock for today. most of this is mixing out nicely next couple of hours. we'll take care of just about everybody. looks like most the traffic is north of us. thanks to high pressure. that's going to weaken early into next week. we'll start to see some cooling temperatures will bit more in the way of some scattered clouds and we have the chance little passing shower looks like monday night mid-fifties going on in the east bay shoreline inland still. but cool because some of that fog going on. 54 livermore 53 for antioch and a chilly 48 up to santa rosa for today. we're talking 70's into
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the afternoon. sunny to mostly sunny skies will have some high cloudiness. it looks like into tomorrow but still should be pretty much the same type of act and then next week looks like heavier system by later next week. thursday and into friday, we'll get into that and also checking your 4 zone forecast. noel. >> thanks, dave. with the holidays right around the corner. some doctors are saying if you're thinking about getting a booster. don't wait much longer. kron four's. amanda hari spoke with an infectious disease expert who says getting a booster now will protect you well beyond a possible winter surge. >> my reaction was one of relief. i think the rules have been confusing to a lot of people. doctor peter chin, hong. >> is a ucsf infectious disease expert. he says this change will make things simpler. he says if you've got your second dose of pfizer moderna's 6 months ago or johnson johnson. 2 months ago. you should consider getting a booster, particularly if you're traveling over the holidays, it appears some websites have not been updated
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to reflect the change in eligibility. but when i called a few pharmacies, i was told they're getting boosters to all adults. the california department of public health says they have enough supply doctor chin-hong says people shouldn't get discouraged by a 3rd shot because this could be the last one for some time and other vaccines where we had one to a few months and 3. >> it seems to protect us for many years. so unless is a scary new super very and that's resistant to everything. i think this they shot me carry us. >> for many, many years. doctor chin-hong warns there will likely be a winter covid-19 surge. that's partially because people will be gathering and there will be more tourism as people from europe come to the bay area and to california. and remember, europe. is that the cause a 50% of the world's cases right now in the last 2 weeks. but he says we may not see a significant amount of hospitalization in our area and more people receiving a
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booster will help with that. >> in the bay area. i think we're going to protected and more than most because of high vaccination rates. but in other parts of the state sacramento central valley, some parts of southern california. we're already seeing increasing hospitalizations increasing >> to chp officers and 3 news. golden gate bridge district employees are all recovering from injuries after they were struck by a truck while surrounded by people protesting against vaccine mandates and all happened thursday night during rush hour traffic. it was gridlock there on the bridge. chp says the protest of about a few 100 people had gathered on the east side of the toll plaza and they were beginning to boil over. >> there were threats to take over in the traffic lanes. officers we teach me is what's going to bridge closed down the number 3 lane station officers and other individuals there to prevent them from actually getting into lanes. >> that's when a ford escape
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collided with a street sweeper forcing a golden gate bridge buffer truck directly into the officers and the bridge workers. 3 people were taken to a hospital for their injuries. they've all since been released. chp says the accident was unrelated to the protest, but they are still investigating. a $10,000 reward is now being offered for information leading police to the people who are responsible for this little boy's death 23 month-old jasper wu was struck by a stray bullet while in the car with his mom on. i 80 in oakland last saturday. now the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce is offering reward. >> 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
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they would. >> police say they believe the reward money could help but finding the shooter will take more than that. as you just heard of the police chief saying a go fund me page has been set up to provide financial help too jasper's family. so far. more than $200,000 has been collected. in the wake of that shooting surveillance cameras are now being considered on oakland freeways. police chief says he supports the idea, however, it would likely take additional support from city leaders to actually help get that ball rolling kron 4 says it may june has more details. >> 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 throat, its support for installing surveillance cameras on oakland stretches of the 5, 8083 ways comes in the wake of the deadly shooting of 23 month-old jasper wu no suspects have been identified nor as may and
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no cameras at this time on the freeway. chief armstrong would like to see that change be helpful for solve these investigations and it would have helped in this crime as well. >> there are surveillance 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. >> we in the privacy commission. we know that this this anticipate this coming to us because it to us formally the city of oakland privacy advisory board would likely be involved in any decision to install surveillance cameras in oakland. gina tomlinson is a member of the board. these bold and brazen incidents. >> with choir, bold and brazen response and solutions. we know that the data privacy and the privacy of our citizens is
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critical. but number one, we can never use or the number one mission to to ensure the safety security and the city is this is about. >> has it made kron 4 news. >> well, friday was a solemn day at sherman elementary school in san francisco students, teachers and staff their returns to campus for the first time since an educator was killed in a car crash is a growing memorial at the intersection of union and franklin streets in the cow hollow neighborhood. police say just before 8 o'clock wednesday morning. 70 year-old, susan better. rucci ran a red light and caused a chain-reaction crash that killed 30 year-old andrew simon as he was walking nearby. we did speak with one student who says she knew him very well. >> he was really funny. loves the giant schemes. and would always take care of of all the kids and talk to them. >> the school has made grief
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counselors available for anyone who may need their service as police say the driver has been charged with vehicular manslaughter. >> mountain view. police say they cited a 15 year-old for allegedly making bomb threats against 3 local schools. those threats were reported at los altos high school on october first and then another on october 5th. >> where threats were made at both san francis high school in mountain view and presentation high school in san jose investigators say they were able to link all 3 of those calls to this 15 year-old authorities did meet with the teen and his family. earlier this week. he's been cited on suspicion of making criminal threats and a false bomb report. after refusing to testify before the house committee investigating the january 6th riot former trump white house adviser steve bannon is now facing criminal charges. a federal grand jury has indicted ban on 2 counts of contempt of congress. johnson has the story. >> a federal grand jury
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indicted steve bannon for refusing to comply with the subpoena from the congressional committee investigating the january 6th attack on the u.s. capitol. the 67 year-old former trump adviser was indicted on 2 counts of contempt of congress. one for refusing to appear for a deposition and the other for refusing to produce documents congressional investigators pointing to bannon's own comments on his podcast the day before the riot where he said, quote, all is going to break loose tomorrow and tomorrow is game day. bannon's attorney told the select committee last month he would not cooperate citing president trump's assertion of executive privilege. but bannon was a private citizen at the time of the capitol riot and the committee says his public comments on january 5th suggest he had some knowledge of the violence that would unfold the following day. the
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indictment comes on the same day former trump chief of staff mark meadows refused to show up to give testimony before the january 6 committee and who like bannon now faces criminal charges. meadows is believed to have pressured former vice president mike pence to overturn the election. results. as pro trump rioters stormed congress pence was inside carrying out his constitutional duty to certify joe biden's victory outside the mob could be heard chanting, quote, hang mike pence now we're hearing from former president trump who was defending the riders who threatened his former vp in an interview with abc news reporter jonathan karl recorded back in march. >> are you worried about him during we worried he was well protected. and i heard that he was in good shape. >> was very good shape. >> champ's. that was terrible you know,
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>> he could have all the people who are >> that was john fenoglio reporting for us this morning. ban and is expected to turn himself and on monday if convicted, he faces up to 2 years in prison. dave. >> we're looking at middle 70's going on. well in the east bay for today. same kind of thing for tomorrow. although they'll be a little bit more cloud cover the kind of contend with. but all in all, a nice weekend as we enjoy a break, more rain, thou
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>> welcome back. just about to be 9.45 here on this saturday morning was just kind of looking over my shoulder here and i can see the fog is still pretty thick on the embarcadero. this morning. but things should start to clear out and over the next couple of hours. dave says we're going to have actually a lovely weekend. it looks really good morning. well, good morning, everybody. and the fog is very bay. centric going on here as opposed to it the we tennessee however. >> golden gate and then extends into the bay. also sfo, which is very near the bay as well. they're cooking on about a half hour to 45 minute delay there. so they're being impacted a little bit as well. meanwhile, what we have is all of this traffic that's going up and around us complements of the same high pressure zone that allows the fog to kind of settle in here a little bit, even with some of that daytime heating futurecast for we clear out pretty nicely for today. overnight will be some scattered clouds a little bit into your sunday as well. but they'll be a little bit more earnest. we get into monday.
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that's going to notice the temperature change. we're going start sliding a little bit by monday as we cool off into next week. there is a little outside chance of getting a shower in here for monday night. but the bigger shot looks to be on to a thursday friday zone is which want to look for that. we see by monday things change. but thanks to high-pressure. we're enjoying today a nice warm day and also into tomorrow with again, the action due north. let's walk through this to see what we have here. the system breaks up by the time we get your monday tuesday. so all we get is the scattered clouds a little bit of the way of cooler temperatures, then thursday friday. there's that opportunity mountain snows with this package as well. so that's good to put some more up there. meanwhile, we break it up for the weekend. next weekend. looks to be pretty good at that. somewhat rain-free at least from this vantage point 4 zone forecast check-in like this 72 going on for san francisco and at the coast will be into the upper 60's. they were not impacted by the typical fog that we get. meanwhile, 70's cover around the bay. here's will notice foster city. 74 palo
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alto 76 and out of the south bay readings in the upper 70's going on today. 79 morgan hill and los gatos cupertino. you have 77 mid 70's along the east bay shoreline. tri valley. you're also looking at the middle 70's 76 for concord. and that's only 5 conquer walnut creek at 76 68 going on for vallejo, napa, 73 and santa rosa 79. and we might get some more upper 70's going on tomorrow. still after all of that, here comes a parade of clouds, little rain opportunity monday night in the north bay. but more earnestly. it looks like by thursday into friday. we're still getting timing issues on all of that. but both of them look pretty good on that front. we just don't know what the timing of that. well, thanks, dave. >> an entrepreneur or who traveled with william shatner into space last month was killed in a small plane crash in northern new jersey. glenn de vries died when a single engine cessna went down in a wooded area in hampton township. one other person was killed in this crash to a
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breeze. spent more than 10 minutes in space last month. the board blue origin spacecraft. the 49 year-old was a private pilot in his spare time, but he was most known for founding one of the most used clinical research companies in the world. the faa is investigating the cause of that deadly crash. a former nba players teenage daughter accused of sucker punching her opponent at a basketball tournament over the weekend turns out not the first time it's happened as video surfaces of the teen punching 2 other players in carson before this latest attack. jennifer mcgraw has more on reaction from the teen's father. >> shocking video win confirmation that the teen seen here in this new viral video in the right hand corner of your screen punching 2 opposing basketball players is the same girl responsible for sucker punching a player and leaving her with a concussion.
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>> over the weekend when realized that. >> it was associated with the first fight that actually witnessed it was kind of like devastated just because. >> it does. pros just come out of control to shun the kathy with to shoot basketball says they took immediate action after the first incident in september we ban the team, the in the parent. >> and here's why. the players parents were fan as the mother allegedly screens for her daughter to hit the opposing player. that's the second incident with a different but same road player. as it turns out, daughter of nba's former bull star. >> corey benjamin very distressing for them to see and hear. >> the mother. call for her daughter to going hit. >> lauren violence. i've never seen anything like that in in a girls basketball team. >> and sadly these incidents could have lasting impacts just have to teach them that.
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>> they can allow actions to make them react this can cost her, you know, her teacher in the in the game of basketball. >> that was jennifer mcgraw reporting for us this morning. >> the uc davis baseball coach has resigned after a final report on the team's hazing investigation found dangerously excessive alcohol use and other inappropriate activities. the report also found head coach matt van failed to take appropriate steps to address concerns about possible hazing involving his team in 2018. the resignation went into effect yesterday as a consequence of the findings intercollegiate athletics is taking the following actions. unsupervised team activities are now prohibited for the remainder of the 2021 2022 season, a sports administrator will also have to travel with the team. >> nearly 14 years after losing power over her personal
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affairs and her multimillion dollar fortune britney spears is finally getting her life back la county superior court judge terminated spears conservatorship effective immediately. lauren lister has the details. >> mild outside the courtroom. as soon as the news came out freebritney no longer a plea now a reality effective immediately. >> the conservatorship has been terminated. has to go the person and the u.s. state. >> cheers for the pop star's attorney after the monumental hearing a judge officially ending the conservatorship to britney spears has made clear she feels is abusive. the legal arrangement has controlled the pop star's money and much of her personal life for over 13 years. her father, jamie spears until recently having much of the control this conservatorship. was corrupted. by james p
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spears. britney's attorney accusing jamie spears of taking millions of dollars from his daughter but pursuing legal action. he says will be up to her from now those who have supported the free britney movement 3. >> what is the culmination of it i feel like i'm dreaming. >> that was lauren lister reporting for us. stay with us. forever morning news will us. forever morning news will continue after the break. want more from your vitamins? at nature's bounty, we give you more. more immune support. with the only vitamin c that lasts 24 hours. more restful sleep. with the first-ever triple action sleep supplement. we put more of our brains into helping your heart. we give you more wellness solutions backed by rigorous science than we ever have before. nature's bounty gives you more, so you can live bountifully.
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before we go this morning. we want to let you know your wallets are going to be hurting over the next couple of months. just stick with us brace with us thanksgiving is less than 2 weeks away. but gas prices are keeping some folks from traveling already. a new poll found nearly 60% of people will not be traveling this year. it is an improvement last year. 72 1% of people stayed home for the holidays. those gas prices right now are still a deterrent to the statewide average for a gallon of regular gas right now is about $4.65. but i know some places most places have about $5 a gallon as the average so i'm definitely yeah. it makes sense that you might want to stay home if you do stay home, though. stuffing your turkey may still slim down your wallet more than previous years. turkey prices are up by 20% to an all-time high making this the most expensive thanksgiving ever prices for
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milk sugar and alcohol are also up pretty sharply. some of those staples could be in short supply as well. americans are actually being urged right now to shop for thanksgiving earlier than you normally would maybe take advantage of this whether that we're having to head to the grocery store and stock up on what you'll need for thanksgiving dinner. while we're at it, you might as well go buy your christmas tree early as well. supply chain problems are putting the squeeze on christmas tree farms which is set to make trees more expensive and there could be fewer to choose from due to our shipping delays. buyers can expect to pay at least 10% more than last year on your christmas tree and some tree farms are now requiring appointments ahead of time to cut down on crowds. so be sure plan ahead there for christmas as well. if you're curious what's on the top of everyone's wishlist this year. google has compiled its yearly list of gifts predicted to top everyone's holiday list its top 100 trending searches. hear the
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engine uses results from the past few months to create the master registry. some of the hottest gifts right now for kids include gabby's dollhouse playset. poke monse deluxe collection. item really spoke about was still so hot gamers might be after the new nintendo switch as well. playstation 5, a new apple product as well. >> if you have a chef in the family air fryer, coffee maker. there's lots of options there. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news this a saturday morning. we'll see you tomorrow. enjoy the beautiful day.
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