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or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high blood potassium. ask your doctor about entresto. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow. it is sunday. >> november 14th. we've got a lot to get to this morning. there's a bear sighting up in the north bay roaming around a neighborhood will get that information for you in just a bit. but first, want to get a check of your weather forecast. dave, i definitely had to use dehumidifier my car this morning. as it was at quite misty out there. >> yeah, we're doing also another issue, a fog covering around the immediate so we're being told that from the national weather service is going lehigh around the delta lot until the later morning
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hours now temperatures will be a much more kind of scattered rain going on today with a little bit more of a will better warming trend to the south. not necessarily just inland. we're looking at. but again will be kind of all over the place of the numbers look a little different they typically do for right now. we some clear skies that are happening at the coastal areas will be some scattered clouds into the afternoon that dense fog advisory is the same as yesterday that we had. this is going on until 11 o'clock in models are telling us around the delta is where the problem areas will be all the way into about the noon hour or so before that really starts to mix out nicely. now for today. we'll see some scattered clouds some high cloudiness. but generally speaking, you could probably get away with saying mostly sunny for good balance of the day and for most of the bay itself. temperatures today. not as cool as we saw from yesterday, we have some lower 50's going on. 47 going on for livermore. 49. meanwhile, up to santa rosa winds are pretty calm. single digits. that's one of the culprits and producing some of this fog. so that's what it's noting as cloudy at 8 o'clock and then the
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afternoon will be treated with some of those scattered clouds temperatures. now an average inland that will be reaching to around 70 or so. but they will very we'll get some more into that in just a bit. noel. >> 50,000 kaiser permanente workers will be on the job and off the picket lines starting tomorrow. the 2 sides have reached a deal. it all happened yesterday afternoon. avoiding a strike. the four-year contract would cover kaiser employees in 22 different local unions. but there are some unions that are still negotiating at this hour. kron four's amanda hari explains the details of the agreement and who is still fighting. >> the alliance of healthcare unions. out this celebre tory news saying we did it after months of hard work in solidarity. we want a new tentative agreement with kaiser permanente. in a statement executive director of the union. how ruddick says this agreement will mean patients will continue to receive the best care and
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alliance members will have the best shops. the tentative agreement is a four-year contract covering nearly 50,000 kaiser permanente, health care employees in 22 local union says the agreement includes new staffing language to continue to protect employees and patients. >> annual wage increases mean team benefits and provides career development opportunities for union-represented employees. but kaiser newark house spokesperson karl sonkin says some groups are still negotiating, quote, we're continuing to bargain in good faith with the guild for professional pharmacists and local 39 operating engineers and hope to reach agreements. very soon nurses with the california nurses association are standing in solidarity with the local 39 operating engineers. >> they'll be holding a 24 hour. sympathy strike from 07:00am. this coming friday until saturday morning. >> they have been out there on
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the line on their own. primary strike for 2 months now and we decided to step in. it's time to get them back. but just earners. diane mcclure works at kaiser south sacramento. she says these engineers maintain the medical equipment at their final. they're very important to patient care she says they're going to stand by them until they can come to an acceptable agreement with kaiser permanente. we need them back in the hospitals. are a vital part. >> of keeping the hospitals running smoothly. >> that was amanda hari reporting for us again, the members of the alliance of healthcare unions still have to vote to ratify the agreement in the coming weeks. >> a judge has denied a temporary restraining order from the los angeles city. firefighters, union against the county's vaccine mandates for city workers. >> the judge scheduled a hearing for december second to decide whether a preliminary injunction should be issued. an attorney for the union claims that the request is not honored. the city could find
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it tough to staff all of its stations once unvaccinated firefighters are placed on leave city workers must show proof of vaccination by the end of the workday on december 18th. and as we continue to battle covid-19 and more cold and flu cases, fewer people are working in nursing homes unions, representing long term care workers say the industry has lost more than 220,000 jobs since the start of the pandemic. that's a 14% drop. one main reason is burnout nursing homes are short-staffed and they're overwhelmed by pandemic cases which are motivating many to leave their job. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news a kidnapping in sacramento caught on camera. we'll tell you how it all unfolded. >> plus some neighbors in the north bay fed up with the ongoing sideshow problem continuing in the area. hear how law enforcement is responding to the growing issue. and after the break, another walgreens closed up in
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san francisco will tell you why and how people living nearby are reacting.
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back 7. '08. we've seen a lot of walgreens being closed for. >> issues with crime. but there's another walgreens closing in san francisco until further notice. because of a rat infestation. san francisco health department says the store on castro street and no, we've ali was infested with rats, a sign on the store's door says it's closed because of technical difficulties. kron 4 talk to customers about the news. >> he never got any of the food that they had. >> i wouldn't be surprised, you know, in a city that there tends to be rodent problems. so not hundreds that shocked by that. i mean, it's incredible it's the only drug store that we have in this neighborhood. >> that will remain closed until it is reinspected by the health department officials say this is the store's first violation and at least 5 years
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kron 4 did reach out to walgreens for comment. but so far we have yet to hear back. there's many more that are going to be closing 2 over the next week. >> okay. we're looking for temperatures to get into the around the 70 degree range. well in those inland valleys coming up in a bit. we'll che
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over at the golden gate bridge. but as you can see, that flag is waving quite dramatically. it's a little windy out there. dave spahr has got to a little bit more detail on your forecast this morning. hey, good well, good morning, everybody. and then we're starting again off with some of that dense fog, at least in spots going on. it's around the perimeter of the bay. this is not the coastal type fog that we get the typical advection fog. >> this is really that radiation fog that's at work. so the you would have bay looks great. but at the golden gate off towards the east. we can see a little bit of that peppering also along the east bay shoreline as well coming in from the east a little bit. now, after all that said and done, we'll go into the same kind of weather pattern we had yesterday, however, aloft. we're going to be sprayed by some of these high clouds as this high breaks down. that's kind of a sign of things to come ultimately little front is expected by the time we get to late on monday. lower 50's cover us off our in the east bay there. 47 for livermore in fremont 49 for san jose. by the way. nice recovery is expected for this afternoon, though, 49 santa rosa, some
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lower 50's up there, too. handing it over to future cast for again, we'll take care of t% the fog fairly early today and then we approach into the afternoon. the evening hours here come some of that scattered clouds clouds thickening up for overnight to greet you again tomorrow morning with this front. we could potentially see monday night into tuesday. a few little showers. there's a nice dividing line is we get to the early morning hours of tuesday, clear and back out again getting into the remainder of the week. so for today we have that dense fog advisory to 11 scattered clouds mild early in the week. cooling early and then 60's expected by mid week. this is right on the heels of what a new system is expected. this is one we're a little bit more. i hear showers possible thursday, friday zone. we're getting some consistency with the models on that. but the intensity does not appear to be as great. unfortunately, so won't get as much rain out of this. we hope. but, you know, it's still a decent amount. plus, it will come with some mountain snow as we could certainly use that still cool
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got 60's inland that something you're going to notice little drop in temperatures after this front drops through to remind you, we're in the fall going into the winter months now. 69 san francisco also open 76 san jose notice a big change happening here. we're not in the 70's anymore. up to the north and to the south. we'll still see some numbers popping potentially in the south, they might see some numbers get up to around 80 or so around los gatos 76 of for san jose. also santa rosa in the bottle with 72. but a lot of these east bay numbers you can see are in the 60's with some pockets of some lower 70's course. we'll have more in your 4 zone forecast into all of that check into that extend that see what's up happened at the later portion of the week. well. >> thanks, dave. we're learning more this morning about information on a shooting and kidnapping that ultimately triggered an amber alert in sacramento on friday. the terrifying moments were actually all caught on camera. rowena shaddox talked to a neighbor who watched it all >> it's hard to watch this heart pounding video of a mother struggling to hold on
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to her 3 year-old son just before the man neighbors say is the boy's father rips him out of her arms tear or from them jonathan daniel says the abduction took place right in front of his home. the next door neighbor, jonathan said that the mother ran over here to the front door just desperate to get away. so helpless whom they can to more you see the woman pleading with the suspect 30 year-old joshua yago as she clings on to her son, leo at one point yonko can be seen grabbing her left arm and the back of her neck as he pushes her face toward the ground. jonathan says he could hear the boy calling them and he's the one that yelling in my son back. >> she trying to get him to leave as they continue to struggle. he grabs leo's right. arm before yanking him out of his mother's arms and running with him once he got the kid. >> and put the kid in the car and she ran home.
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>> 3 sons driver. side of the car and pulled something out. bush and best on the door. and then next thing i know our glass was breaking in. 5 shots ring out. jonathan says the suspect then ran back to his car and took off the cops missed him by. >> 16 seconds. sacramento. police say the mother and another male was shot. but are doing okay. i mean, it is well in the shooter like that. you know, it's like. i could have been shot 2 tragic what happened in the little boy times got heart goes out to the family. >> can't even imagine what that's like a statewide. amber alert went out. hayward police located leo and ya go together. he was booked on charges relating to the kidnapping and shooting and go to bed till. >> 10 this morning. so show happy that found he's arrested. >> that was rowena reporting
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for us. it's one week since 23 month-old jasper wu was killed during a shooting on i 8.80 in oakland, a $10,000 reward is now being offered for information that could lead police to the people responsible for that shooting will was riding in the car with his family when he was hit by a stray bullet. police say they believe the reward money could help, but they say finding the shooters going to take a little bit more than that. i think it's a collective effort. i don't think money alone is the we need people to feel remorseful for this family. we need people to feel empathy for what happened and we need people to think about what if this was a child of yours. >> what if this was a relative of yours. would you want people to bring that same information forward so that the people responsible could be held accountable. i think they would. >> a go fund me page has been set up to provide financial help. 2 jasper's family. more than $226,000 has been raised so far.
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>> speed is being blamed for an early morning crash that killed a 19 year-old man yesterday happening on i 5.80 at the 14th street off-ramp chp says the 19 year-old driver was speeding before hitting another car. he died at the scene. they say no one in that other vehicle was injured so far. there's no word if drugs or alcohol were a factor in this crash. the name of the driver has also not yet been released. >> to the north bay now where one person is dead, another seriously injured after a head-on crash between a jeep and an suv in santa rosa. this one happened on corporate center parkway at challenger way on friday. police say they found the driver of the jeep dead when they arrived on scene. the driver of the suv had to be taken to the hospital. witnesses told police the person driving that jeep was drinking in a parking lot shortly before that crash happened. police are not identifying either driver while the investigation continues. still ahead here on
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>> welcome back. neighbors and santa rosa got quite the wake-up call friday night. dozens of cars spinning donuts in a neighborhood intersection. as you can see in this site shows it's widespread across the bay area. and despite efforts to crack down on that. many people say they're getting the same response when they called police to report it. kron forcefully to call has the story. >> blocking streets with rip robert remnants of an overnight sideshow santa rosa, neighbors resulted in enemy of the rude awakening. it extremely loud. >> it was extremely light. woke me up from a deep sleep. >> witnesses say at least 70 people crowded the residential intersection of west college avenue at let me drive just past midnight saturday morning. someone might die. some of the side shows involved firearms. >> and that people have been shot and even killed. i really hate to see that type of
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activity. >> come to my neighborhood activity that neighbors say has been going on for nearly a year now on a weekly basis despite several calls to police witnesses say officers stayed away. and for the most part, we're not visibly present until the end. >> the side show last the police and have them come out just for something like that that goes on. and when we get no response or. >> you know, we're monitoring the situation and they're nowhere to be found is kind of upsetting concern. >> most of those involved are coming in from out of town. sideshow a frustrating. >> it was hard to go back to sleep and i drew about this morning and it just the streets like just tore up. >> we left several messages with the police department for comment and clarity and have not heard back in santa rosa
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>> 2 people are recovering after a 2 car crash in the mission district in san francisco have that that intersection of 24th and get no word on who was at fault in this one. police say injuries are non life threatening. stick with us. we're going to have the very latest details that. they're citing up in the north bay in just a bit.
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>> welcome back. 7.27 on this sunday morning. the pandemic caused a boom and plastic trash. a new study finds the battle against covid produced 8.4 million tons of trash 57 million pounds of everyday ppe ending up in the water along with more packaging material from online shopping. ian lee has more. >> the pandemic touched all corners of the earth and deep into the oceans. a new study finds the battle against covid produced 8.4 million tons of plastic trash from that 57 million pounds of everyday ppe ended up in the seas. >> they're getting inundated with a new source of trash, which is face masks, face shields. >> add to that more packaging material from online shopping as folks stayed at home. all of which has proven deadly to marine life. >> and we think that that's likely to be an entanglement hazard. >> for fish for sea turtles.
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>> volunteers cleaning canals in the netherlands found a fish trapped in the finger of a latex glove. researchers say asia has generated about 46% of pandemic, plastic waste while 22% came from north and south america combined and 24% from europe are using more than 2 billion masks. a day. the single use throw away items. the study found the most waste came from hospitals. doctor marcus eriksen has studied the plastic problem for more than 20 years. the pandemic is producing a lot of trash and we're hoping that this blip in trash generation will fade as the pandemic does going to reuse reusable systems is the way to go. >> but if action isn't taken to either recycled or better manage the waste. >> researchers predict 3 million more tons of trash will pile up and stay with us. long after the pandemic winds down. >> well, we're still definitely in on this. ian lee
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reporting for us this morning. it's just about to be 7.30. we do want to get you a check of your forecast. we had a lot of dense fog yesterday for parts of the bay. i believe that is continuing again this morning, dave spahr got the details. hey, dave. >> hey, good morning. well, good morning, everybody. and that without it looks this afternoon. what does have some scattered clouds going so we won't see quite the blue skies we had from yesterday and pretty much warming up in some of the areas in the south bay in off the far east bay will be getting that out of the 4 zone forecast in just a bit. first things first, a beauty shot from half moon bay just like yesterday. the fog is an issue at the coastal areas. it's more of an issue in and around the media at bay and that extends through the delta to central valley at this a little bit. truly fog, radiation type that they tend to get. and the conditions were right for the spill on into the bay area. now this should mix out with daytime heating, which we're starting to see happen and we will see. also in those inland spots as well. but in the meantime, we're also being sprayed by
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some high cloudiness and that will be the case just about all day today. at times thickening up a little bit and that may challenge temperatures a little bit lower 50's lining up the east bay shoreline freeman. a cool 47 along with livermore 54 antioch. 49 coming in for santa rosa breaking your day down here that cloudiness is also noting that fog cover variable. clouds are kind of do it on balance for today. as we look at high temperatures in london. well, very from the upper 60's through in some cases, even the lower 80's in the a south bay again, we'll get into your 4 zone forecast coming up in a bit. noel. >> thanks, dave. if you're waking up and had a little bit this morning, maybe hold off on taking the dog out for a walk. a bear has been spotted in a residential neighborhood. there. kron four's, camila barco joining us live now from the scene camila curious if we have eyes on this bear. >> well, what i can tell you right now is that the bears just currently hanging out in a tree right now. officers are
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on scene and they tell me that call animal control is also here and they are looking over the bear. i'm gonna step out of the way so i can give you a better look as to what i am seeing as well as animal control. i'm being told the bear is just hanging out in one of these trees. unfortunately, this is the best advantage point that we're going to get right now just because. officers have blocked off the streets in order for it animal control control to do their thing. and according to officers here at the scene. they tell me that the bear has been. >> in these trees for a couple of hours and as i zoom out, you're going to see that these trees are located in a residential neighborhood in petaluma, specifically on. street and raman if i pan over to the side. you'll notice that officers have blocked the streets right now to avoid
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anyone coming in. as i said. animal control get this bear back into the wild. now police warned people about the bear sighting around 2.30 this morning they sent out another news alert just after 04:00am after the bear was seen again, just 2 blocks away. and now this is where we at are out right now. the bears just currently hanging out in one of these trees. police are urging people in their neighborhood to keep their pets indoors. and they are also urging people that live in this neighborhood to stay inside their homes animal control works to get this under control. now, as you can see, this is the best vantage point that we can get. we can't go any further because it's just a safety just for safety we just want to let the bear come down easily and safely as possible. but right now it just kind of a waiting
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game to if the bear just when the bear wants to make its way down back on to the streets here in this residential neighborhood. but we're just going to stay here to see what's going to happen next. and as soon as we know more, we'll let you know. camila have you did you speak with police or did you also speak with animal control. do we know what type of air this s. >> we are we don't have a lot of information as to what type of bear this is. if it's a female or a male, a black bear. we don't know anything about the bear specifically we are not able to talk to animal control because they are currently i'm working to get the bear to come down from that tree and they are in the residential neighborhood where we are not allowed to go to right now. and this is all the information that i've received so far from officers on scene. >> all right. thank you, camila for that live report and we'll check in with you in the next hour. a lot of people probably just needing to take inside their homes. as you said. thanks for that live report.
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>> well, it may be feeling and looking more like christmas covid cases are on the rise again. so what does this mean as you gear up for your holiday plans. rebecca solomon has some details. >> it's beginning to look a lot like the holidays in rockefeller center yesterday there was no the trees years with a little help from nypd officers. this mighty 79 foot tall spruce makes a 145 mile trek from maryland to manhattan. it's cool to see the start of it. >> and you know, kind of filled the experience of the city. misty rowlands traveled from utah to ring in the season of magic in lights bracing for the holidays in the city that never sleeps light, the energy, the action and a place that still recovering from the coronavirus pandemic. we still feel very know concerned and just being very cautious for the first time in 2 months. covid cases are on the rise in several parts of the country across the 5 boroughs the overall hospitalizations and deaths are on the decline. but health officials say don't let
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your guard down as we gather for the holidays high as we gather in the winter s%ason. >> as it approaches that we're careful in terms of the people were gathering with doctor louis moore alleges an internist lenox hill hospital. he says as more people gather inside the risk of contracting covid is hire a less people, including children are vaccinated. doctor more lidge says the vaccine is the best way to get ahead of covid and the delta variant hospitalizations for the most part, the guests are current currently in unvaccinated people for the most part, those are people that are going to harbor the highest degree of virus and potentially be. >> much more infectious and other people rowlands feel safest in new york pre-pandemic regulations are taken very seriously. i felt so safe area like the mask requirements when you're indoors or in small spaces is amazing. >> that was rebecca solomon reporting for us. the director of the california department of health has sent out a memo instructing medical offices and pharmacies across the state to not turn away anyone requesting a booster shot of
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covid night for of the covid-19 vaccine. a person has 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 an occupation. a week after testing positive for covid-19 green bay packers quarterback and california native aaron rodgers has been removed from the covid-19 list. he's now eligible to return in today's game against the seahawks rogers has not practiced with the team all week but is still expected to start for the packers today. meanwhile, former raiders coach jon gruden is suing both the nfl and commissioner roger goodell over what he describes as a quote, forced resignation after someone leaked his e-mails that featured racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments gruden's lawsuit says the nfl and goodell purposely leaked his e-mails to ruin his reputation and force him out of his job. the nfl denies those claims. a court date for
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this has not yet been set. coming up here in morning news despite >> the holiday being over. we should always be honoring our veterans and their service will take a deeper dive of their history and ways we can continue to support them all year long.
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>> new developments from the cop. 26 climate summit in glasgow and an unprecedented move. world leaders have drafted an agreement directly calling out fossil fuels and their role in global warming. the deal was reached yesterday morning after talks went into overtime. previous agreements have never cited coal. oil and gas is a driving force of climate change. the latest draft. the though urges nations around the world to use clean power generation and to accelerate efforts towards phasing out fossil fuels. the agreement also refers to a just transition assuring people to not lose their lively ensuring that people don't lose their livelihoods or access to power when moving into the green energy space. former trump adviser and campaign manager steve bannon
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is expected to turn himself in after being indicted on 2 counts of contempt of congress. the charges come after bannon failed to comply with subpoenas from the house committee investigation. bannon claimed former president trump's assertion of executive privilege as his reason for not cooperating. but bannon was a private citizen at the time of the insurrection at not a formal part of the white house. he is expected to make a court appearance tomorrow. we'll continue to follow that as we get more information date. >> look at some scattered clouds out to shake off this fog this morning. now temperatures are going to be very different across the board. so we'll be checking of the 4 zone forecast for you. of the week ahead, another bout of some earnest rain as we finish off the week, all
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>> welcome back. it is 7.45 here on this sunday morning. we just had a live shot with camila little bit ago up in the north bay in petaluma. and you can see that thick fog definitely in the air. there, dave, i know other parts of the they're also dealing with some of that fog this morning. yeah. we're seeing in the east bay really around the perimeter of the bay and san francisco proper as well. this is a little different than our detection fog. typically, it's up most of it's being driven by that. >> this radiation fog all the surface moisture here and clear skies. low winds have been allowed those temperatures to fall smack up against the dew point. you create your fog going on here. so it's a little different type of fog that we have, even though scare typical talk at
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the bay area and boom, there's fog. so for today will be spread by some high cloudiness at times thickening up a little bit so it won't be as cobalt blue going on as we had yesterday. but still although pretty nice day and some of you folks do better temperature wise. we did yesterday. if you include warmer numbers, which we have lower 50's line up the east bay shoreline for now, 47 for fremont inland. we have 50's and 40's mixture of cool. 49 santa rosa. so for this weak little system drops in here by monday. tuesday, that's kind of an ice breaking point kind of cool things off a little bit for the remainder of the week. that's the one we're really watching, though thursday into friday zone and it looks okay as we head on to the next weekend. the models ran out in terms of the precipitation part of the didn't just run out at that time. 69 san francisco for the high today slightly reduced from yesterday. upper 60's coverage of the coast. 70 for burlingame. watch as we go south. now mid 70's in the southern end of the peninsula down here in the south bay morgan hill may be reaching 81 los gatos 79 or so cupertino
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76 east bay shoreline lowered to 76 going on for hayward 73 for tri valley. then we get further north temperatures start dropping concord 6769 for berkeley 66 for vallejo napa 64 76 coming in for santa rosa now for the week ahead. we have a temperature change or for monday night to tuesday. there is that chance of a shower, more earnestly as we get into thursday into friday. temperatures stay in the 60's as we head into next weekend, although it should be pretty much rain free. >> for your health this morning. earlier this week we commemorated veterans day here in the united states and honors all those who served our country, our health expert walk is here now to talk a little bit more about how we can continue to honor our veterans. even past veterans day and veterans day weekend. karen, thank you for joining us. i really appreciate you highlight in veterans. i know you work with veterans and it's really important to continue to remember them all
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the time. correct it. and we have quite a few. we have about 19 million veterans in the united states and a lot of them are clustered here in california. we have an opportunity to. >> really support our veterans. we have almost 2 million veterans in the in the california area. and when it comes to to being a veteran. a lot of times it i think can be hard to relate to the average american who did not serve our country. >> you say that that veterans do combat the feeling of loneliness. a lot of times. >> yes, loneliness it in about 44%. >> of the veterans that were surveyed said they they feel lonely some of the time in about just over 10% said they feel. >> lonely. most of the time and one the things when you serve in the military. >> you think about it. they
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are with their brothers and sisters in the military. they served together they they share a mission. they eat sleep were together. >> so when they are in civilian life. a lot of them don't have that social community anymore. so they really do feel lonely. is there something we can do to help them with that. >> well, reaching out, you know, a lot of veterans don't. >> they fear the stigma? you know, of reaching out are feeling that they're vulnerable are or they they're in denial so a way to help our veterans is to actually heach out to them. and one of the ways i really love is to just talk to veteran and sometimes people tell me will do i say, you know, other than thank you. but what veterans really like to talk about is there i always ask what branch they are in what they did in the service. they when they are
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when they enlisted, when they are new recruits, they are signed a job or they get to select a job, you know, some type of occupation that they have in the military and they like to talk about that except a lot of veterans just don't know how to bring it up or they don't know if anyone's even interested in hearing about their we all love to talk about our jobs. in there just fearful that people may not be interested. so bring it up and open them up to conversation. you could get some really good stories and they start to talk. >> i know some some of the best stories come from veterans and the experiences that they've had all around the another thing obviously highlighting them in your workplace or even hiring that if you're an employer, that's a good thing to do as well. >> right. i really we used to have a table set up for our veterans to bring in photos of their of them in military service and what of my veterans who is a marine. he
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brought his yearbook and another veteran walked by and said i served in that same that same year. and so they had this great conversation. it and brought together some really good memories that it's a way for us to open up the conversation, start a conversation with the veteran too. you have your firing like you said, hiring a veteran because i'm a veteran. they are very mission-driven. you give them a job. you explain the mission and they will follow through. they will not disappoint. >> well, they have skills that that the average american again does not necessarily have hanging your flag. i know making sure you have a flag hanging in your in your home or even at your workplace. that's a good sign as well to show your support. right and not just on veterans day or memorial day. but all year round, you know, nothing is more meaningful to a veteran see that their fellow citizens also support. >> the country that they
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served so it's a really nice thing to do. and show our support for our you mentioned obviously a lot of times people don't know what to say other than thank you. but writing a thank you note is not a bad idea. >> oh, yeah, that's a really handwritten note, it could be a really great project for a class or even us seniors center but still write the special notes in and send them to. >> you know, the va hospitals or, you know, even the senior centers that have a lot of veterans in them. >> and that everyone a handwritten. thank you. note. every once in a while. >> just a nice gesture. >> it seems in some ways we do not support our veterans in the way that we should that our that our government of itself does not necessarily help them. i've seen many homeless donating it sending money. that's a one way to support them as well.
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>> there are organizations that do support our veterans and it whether it's donating that in the form of of money. a tax deductible donation, but also in the form of our time. if there's a local organization, the sentinels of freedom. they they they're looking for mentors and you know, to help our veterans, you know. acclimate to civilian life and get an education. so there are a lot of places that you can support our veterans and it doesn't necessarily have to do with money. >> karen, anything else you want people to keep in mind as we move away now from veterans day and and move on into the rest of the year. >> it's all about gratitude in and showing our veterans that we appreciate their service and that the time they gave to our country and it can be done
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any day of the year. not one day or 2 days out of the year. but at any time can be a great way to show our appreciation. karen, thank you for all you do. i know to support. >> veterans here in the bay area in california and on for giving us these tips on how we can honor them all the time around the year. thanks so much. you're welcome. the vi. we'll be right back.
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>> still ahead here, a bear spotted in a residential neighborhood and pedal. loom officials asking you to shelter in place. we've got more details in a live report in just a few minutes here. plus 50,000 kaiser permanente workers tossing their signs and heading back to work after a deal was made to avoid further strikes. got the very latest on the tentative agreement. and president joe biden's infrastructure plan is being praise because it's to protect americans drinking water from dangerous chemicals. we've got a little bit more on what environmentalist are saying about it. that's all coming up in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news. stick with us.
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going on. but there's some nuance to this now. good morning. well, good morning, everybody. we're looking for a similar kind of day than yesterday except throw some scattered clouds and they're on balance in slightly cooler in some spots. but maybe a little warmer in the south bay a little bit. we're looking at as well. first things first, let's get tore a beauty shot of this is sfo. no delays occurring this morning at last check. but the fog it's been amended a little bit here. san francisco was in this along the east bay shoreline. you are now out of it. it does affect the east east east of the east bay hills. you're still in this and also up in the north bay solano county, napa all the way are in and off to the central valley will continue chipping away at this as things start to improve. and this is pretty much where the fog forecast has talked about that this should mix out pretty quickly over the next couple of hours. now, later today. where the continued spread by this high cloudiness at times will be some thickening up of the clouds a little bit into today. we've got a temperature check, mostly in the 50's. now 48 freeman, 49 for livermore and
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49 also up there to santa rosa, everybody else again pretty much in the 50's winds not doing much. but look at that line of arrows there. this has been a little bit of an offshore wind occurring very weak and has been kind of blowing us a little bit in some of the fog that's developed in the central valley 65 by high noon to 3 o'clock. we're at 67 the partly cloudy is the scattered clouds expected for today. but still some folks will be topping off near about 80 which will have the 4 zone forecast all coming up. well. >> thanks, dave. happening now in the north bay petaluma police warning folks about a bear roaming around the raymond heights neighborhood telling you if you have a dog to walk this morning. maybe hold off while they try and get a hold of this very kron four's camila barco joining us live now in petaluma. >> with the very latest details. camila. >> noel, the bear is currently in just hanging out relax and and a tree and animal control is on scene trying to coax the bear out of that tree. if i
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step out of the way. you can see where this is happening. i'm currently in the raman heights neighborhood of petaluma on a 6th if i zoom in here, you can get a better look as to where the bear is located. >> because of the fog. you might not be able to get a clearer picture. but this is where the bear is currently right now and the bear was spotted here around 2.30 this morning and then again, around 4.30 this morning. officers have instructed people to stay inside their homes and keep their pets inside until they capture the bear. hopefully you can get a live picture right this is about as close as i can get. officers have blocked off the road to where the trees are and officers say that this pair has been hanging out in the trees for the last couple of hours let's see if we can get a better picture as to what we are
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looking at. this is the tree where. the bear is currently just hanging out and this is the neighborhood where the bear was seen some neighbors here. tell me that's what we're actually tells me. he's been living in this area for about 20 years and he has never seen this happen before. another resident also told me the same thing and another a neighbor tells me they the bear something behind on the so it looks like the bear has made his rounds through this neighborhood, but now he is currently in this tree. and now animal control is working to get the bear back into the wild. but right now this is just all a waiting right now. let's see. doesn't seem like it's moving around. just a few moments ago that it was just
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moving around in the branches. but it looks like it's standing still at this but, you know, as i said, this is just a waiting animal control is able to get it down. will let you know. but this is currently the scene. >> alright camila. it seems like a lot of people are kind of gathered there as well. trying can get their own look at the bear will check in with you. i know in the next hour. thank you for that live report. >> 50,000 kaiser permanente workers are going to be on the job and off the picket lines starting tomorrow kaiser permanente and the health care workers have reached a deal to avoid a strike. the four-year contract would cover kaiser employees in 22 different local unions there. still some unions that are negotiating today, though. kron four's amanda hari explains the details and who is still fighting. >> the alliance of healthcare unions. out this celebre tory news saying we did it after months of hard work in
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solidarity. we want a new tentative agreement with kaiser permanente. in a statement executive director of the union. how ruddick says this agreement will mean patients will continue to receive the best care and alliance members will have the best shops. the tentative agreement is a four-year contract covering nearly 50,000 kaiser permanente, health care employees in 22 local unions. the agreement includes new staffing language to continue to protect employees and patients. >> annual wage increases mean team benefits and provides career development opportunities for un on-represented employees. but kaiser newark house spokesperson karl sonkin says some groups are still negotiating, quote, we're continuing to bargain in good faith with the guild for professional pharmacists and local 39 operating engineers and hope to reach agreements very soon nurses with the california nurses association are standing in solidarity with the local 39 operating
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engineers. >> they'll be holding a 24 hour. sympathy strike from 07:00am. this coming friday until saturday morning. >> they have been out there on the line on their own. primary strike for 2 months now and we decided to step in. it's time to get them back. registered nurse diane mcclure works at kaiser south sacramento. she says these engineers maintain the medical equipment at their final. they're very important to patient care she says they're going to stand by them until they can come to an acceptable agreement witg kaiser permanente. we need them back in the hospitals. are a vital part. >> of keeping the hospitals running smoothly. >> that was amanda hari reporting for us again, the members of the alliance of healthcare unions still do have to vote to ratify the agreement in the coming weeks. a judge has denied a temporary restraining order from the la city. firefighters union against the county's vaccine mandates for city workers. the
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judge scheduled a hearing for december. second to decide whether a preliminary injunction should be issued. an attorney for the union claims of the request is not honored. the city could find it tough to staff all of its stations once unvaccinated firefighters are placed on leave city workers. as of right now need to show proof of vaccination by the end of the workday on december 18th. coming up in the proper morning news president biden set to sign his infrastructure package next week. >> and environmental agencies are celebrating about this. why they say families across the country can breathe a sigh of relief soon. and after the break, another walgreens closed up in san francisco will tell you why and how people living nearby are reacting.
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>> well, a rodent problem has forced walgreens to close another san francisco location until further notice. san francisco health department says the store on castro street a valley has been infested by rats. a sign on the store's door says it closed because of technical difficulties. kron 4 talk to some customers about the news. >> never a never got any of the food that they had. >> i wouldn't be surprised. you know, in a city that there tends to be rodent problems. so not hundreds that shocked by that. i mean, it's
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incredible inconvenient. it's the only drug store that we have in this neighborhood. >> the location will remain closed until it's reinspected by the health department officials say this is the store's first violation. at least 5 years. we did try and reach out to walgreens for comment on this. but so far we have not heard back morning. dave. >> okay. some pockets some dense fog going on this morning. we'll make way to some scattered clouds in the forecast for today as we see high temperatures reach into the lower 70's, although some pockets of be a l
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>> welcome back. 8.14 here on this sunday morning. taking a live look at sfo. you can see a layer of fog there just behind the tower. otherwise looks kind of clear day as far as get a little bit more detail on the fog that we're seeing across the bay area this morning, a okay. good morning. well, good morning, everybody. good news is at least there's no delays mphappening there. but yes, we do see pockets of fog still with us. >> they've amended a little bits of the folks, the east bay shore line. you're not in it anymore. in san francisco. proper is not. however, it still exists east of the east bay hills into about 11 o'clock. of course they may amend this as we get later in the morning hours, golden gate bridge were being treated to some of that fog spilling in here clipping off of the towers a little bit from view as you will notice, as far as into the afternoon will be sprayed by some high cloudiness that coming up in spots. it looks like as we get into the afternoon and
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particularly for tonight. and then we get into monday. so today, not too bad, although they'll be some high cloudiness to contend with and temperatures in some cases will be a little cooler than yesterday and others a little warmer actually mid-fifties a good chunk of the east bay shoreline 48 for freeman 49 up to livermore. 49 also going on for santa rosa. but mostly 50's across the real state. so we go to future cast for here. it is. those scattered clouds going on for today. here thickening up a little bit as we get into late tonight, tomorrow there is a front behind all of this alternately here builds that it was going to drop south for monday night and into tuesday morning with it. you mike explained by few little showers. nothing major up to the north bay, though you can see the clear spot that's developing and behind that will be true to form a cold front cooler temperatures and that's going to set come the ballots for the rest of the week. in fact, it may be one of the warmest days we have really for the rest of the week almost so putting it all together for you today we
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got the dense fog and to 11, it's been amended a little bit now scattered clouds and mild for today. early in the week cooling right off the bat. that will happen again monday night. 60's expected by midweek and staying that way as we finish off the week. but we're really eyeballing not so much a little spray in the north bay of a shower or 2 happening monday night. but it's really thursday. friday zone models of coming to agreement on us, getting something by that point, although it doesn't look to be particularly that intensive, but it will carry with it. some mountain snow is. and that's certainly good news. 69 san francisco. that's a reduction from yesterday. nearing that also in oakland san jose, you're looking at 76 in some locations in the south even pop into near about 80 or so. we'll have that in the 4 zone forecast mostly sunny and warm expected and as you will notice, even just from this map, we have some 70's, but 60's even inland. as you can see as well. again, we'll get into that along with that extend that in just a bit. well. >> thanks, dave. in national news this morning. environmentalist are praising the passage of president joe biden's infrastructure plan
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the bill includes billions to protect americans drinking water from dangerous chemicals. raquel martin has more details. >> these stored package, invest billions of dollars to protect americans from lead poisoning as well as the clean up ethos, which is a manmade cocktail of chemicals found in drinking water across the country. >> investment ever made in history and water infrastructure epa administrator michael regan says families across the country can soon breathe a sigh of relief. the newly passed bipartisan infrastructure deal includes billions to clean up drinking water to eliminate the 6 to 10 million led high. >> that are still going like it into our home. our churches are they came and helped water utilities remove dangerous chemicals so that people from the tap. >> that's extremely but organizations like the environmental working group called the nearly 10 billion dollar investment to confront
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people's contamination. >> a mere down payment. the manmade chemicals are sometimes linked to illnesses like cancer. the organization estimates contamination in the drinking water of more than 200 million americans friday ahead of a cabinet meeting at the white house. reagan said the new money will help the epa take even more aggressive action. these resources will be dedicated. >> to more health studies, a better scientific understanding developing career capabilities to develop regulations so that we are protecting the public. the epa recently released the people's road map. >> outlining the biden administration's game plan. but environmentalists are still calling on the administration to speed things up instead a nationwide people's drinking standard and it's unclear exactly when the epa will set that standard. we know some business groups as well as some republicans have urged more research before taking that action. but we do know a nationwide clean-up effort will soon be underway.
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and president biden will sign the bipartisan infrastructure package come monday for now in washington. raquel martin, back to you. >> millions of us families are about to receive their latest monthly child tax credit payment. the treasury department says the next round set to be distributed tomorrow. this could be the last payment if congress doesn't act the budget reconciliation package. democrats are currently negotiating would extend this credit through next year. americans have seen an unexpected boom in their fight. co credit scores. but before you head out for shopping spree because of that or apply for a new loan. the spike is a bit misleading kirsten joyce has the story. >> he should not get fooled by these high credit scores. doctor ann kaplan mulholland started a multimillion dollar company called eye finance 25 years ago. >> it specializes in loans for medical dental and home improvement bills. >> a credit score is just one factor. she uses to determine
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whether or not alone. someone money. the. >> out understanding we have to have all of that. is astronomical that goes conditt's 62 variables that go into making that one credit decision. >> lenders are looking at your bank account. history instability as well. if you move too often or change your phone number. that's a red flag according to experian credit review americans hit a record high score throughout the pandemic landing an average of 7.16, but kaplan mulholland says the higher scores are misleading because they were attributed to folks spending last due to the lockdown. people are not people are not borrowing. people are moving home with their parents to whatever you do, don't cancel a line of credit simply because you're not using it. having credit history. that is open and more of it to use will give you a higher credit score. she says. and in order to maintain it. >> what you need to do is utilize their credit. so if you have credit card or line of credit by things with it that paid off before just
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before the deadline date. just before the deadline date will show that, you know how to use credit you pat up kirstin joyce local now. >> still ahead here on the kron 4 morning news face masks. they're saving lives. but the wreaking havoc on beaches in the bay area. tell you why it's becoming a major problem.
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alliance of theatrical stage employees are voting on whether or not to approve a new 3 year contract deal with hollywood studios. the tentative deal addresses several concerns like better pay turnaround time and hours worked some union members are reportedly considering a no following the accidental shoot deadly shooting of a cinematographer on the set of the movie rust starring alec baldwin. it did happened just days after the deal was reached voting for that deal. ends today. then winds. this year's fashion icon. the 55th annual country music association awards was held in nashville, tennessee this year and on taylor joy. >> wins the face of the year award. sam rubin has the very latest in entertainment news. >> we begin with the cfda. the council of fashion designers event and a big honor for 2 stars is this year's fashion icon she's the youngest recipient ever of this award.
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she wore vera to the event and attend with their stylist law roach she's also nothing 60 carats of bulgari diamonds, new taylor joy gets a brand new award for her mug. she's been named the face of the year. she's wearing oscar de la renta, a blazer mini dress. she told entertainment tonight her look was inspired by a 101 dalmatians to the cma is in nashville, the mainstay of country right now. the solo male singer, but one of the highlights do wet between 2 ladies ashley mcbryde and carly pearce and then and >> all i had. stu, you saw >> now get ready for what many say is an emotional highlight from the evening. lord angle. and amy grant announcing the female vocalist of the year. and look who gets it.
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>> i >> just hope, you know that country music is all i love thank you so >> more emotion this time. thanks to jimmy allen. he too, was a winner at the cma is last night. 5 years ago. >> that's my my last $100 and came to see him a 50th to west charlotte proper stage. >> and i got that before with the last i want to go to thank you. >> after his win, jimmy perform, his big hit freedom
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was a highway. all told a great evening in music city. that is your entertainment report here in hollywood. i'm sam rubin. >> still ahead here, gas prices are up. food prices are up and covid cases on the rise as well. ahead of the holiday season. we're going to bring you the warnings from health officials.
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>> 30 here on this sunday morning. and the pandemic, of course, has caused a boom in plastic trash. a new study finds the battle against covid-19 produced 8.4 million tons of trash and 57 million pounds of everyday ppe has ended up in the water along with more packaging material because of all that online shopping we've been doing in lee takes a look. >> the pandemic touched all corners of the earth and deep into the oceans. a new study finds the battle against covid produced 8.4 million tons of plastic trash from that 57 million pounds of everyday ppe ended up in the seas. >> they're getting inundated with a new source of trash, which is face masks, face shields.
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>> add to that more packaging material from online shopping as folks stayed at home. all of which has proven deadly to marine life and we think that that's likely to be an entanglement hazard. >> for fish for sea turtles. >> volunteers cleaning canals in the netherlands found a fish trapped in the finger of a latex glove. researchers say asia has generated about 46% of pandemic, plastic waste while 22% came from north and south america combined and 24% from europe are using more than 2 billion masks. a day. the single use throw away items. the study found the most waste came from hospitals. doctor marcus eriksen has studied the plastic problem for more than 20 years. the pandemic is producing a lot of trash and we're hoping that this blip in trash generation will fade as the pandemic does going to reuse reusable systems is the way to go. >> but if action isn't taken
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to either recycled or better manage the waste. >> researchers predict 3 million more tons of trash will pile up and stay with us. long after the pandemic winds down. >> that was ian lee reporting for us this morning. >> we do want to get you a check of your we had a lot of fog yesterday. we got a lot of fog again today in some parts. >> of the bay area. dave, i assume that means we might want to bring a jacket with us. wherever we coat today. >> yeah, it might be cool for some folks to start the day off, although this afternoon warming up to some lower 80's as possible in some areas, although it's not necessary. just every place in lynn that we're going to be seeing this warming. other places will be more sluggish with the mercury movement. but we are starting the day off with quite a bit in the way of some fog still in areas picking around the delta. that's the big area. we'll get to that in just a bit. but first, things first sfo, no delays happening this morning and the fog has kind of clear the peninsula in the east bay shoreline for now. so this dense fog advisory is east of the east bay hills covering a good chunk up there
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in the north bay in the lion share is really in the central valley for right now off to the delta later on today will be sprayed by some high cloudiness that coming up at times and that will challenge temperatures 50's we see across the east bay shoreline up to the north. we've got 49 santa rosa 54 antioch and 49 also for livermore. we're noting some partly cloudy skies during the day today. but that's just again, the high cloudiness, the king thickening up at times. now it's hard to take a general rule in terms of highs today in some spots around 17 others again, racing to near about 80 will have little bit more in your 4 zone forecast. we'll see some variety. we don't tend to see in the autumn months. noel. >> thanks. david is starting to look a lot like christmas in new york city. the 79 foot tall rockefeller center christmas tree arrived over the weekend and the lighting of the tree will take place on december first, which means a lot of people are getting ready to gather there. rebecca solomon taking a look at the covid concerns. officials half as we head into the holidays. >> it's beginning to look a
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lot like the holidays in rockefeller center yesterday there was no the trees years with a little help from nypd officers. this mighty 79 foot tall spruce makes a 145 mile trek from maryland to manhattan. it's cool to see the start of it. and you know, kind of fill experience that the city misty rowlands traveled from utah to ring in the season of magic in lights bracing for the holidays in the city that never sleeps light, energy, the action and a place that still recovering from the coronavirus pandemic. we still feel very know concerned and just being very cautious for the first time in 2 months. covid cases are on the rise in several parts of the country across the 5 boroughs the overall hospitalizations and deaths are on the decline. but health officials say don't let your guard down as we gather for the holidays high as we gather in the winter season. >> as it approaches that we're careful in terms of the people were gathering with doctor louis moore alleges an internist lenox hill hospital. he says as more people gather
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inside the risk of contracting covid is hire a less people, including children are vaccinated. doctor more lidge says the vaccine is the best way to get ahead of covid and the delta variant hospitalizations for the most part, the guests are current currently in unvaccinated people for the most part, those are people that are going to harbor the highest degree of virus and potentially be much more infectious and other people rowlands feel safest in new york pre-pandemic regulations are taken very seriously. i felt so safe area like the mask requirements when you're indoors or in small spaces is amazing. >> that was rebecca solomon reporting for us. the director of the california department of health has sent out a new memo instructing medical offices and pharmacies across the state to not turn anyone away if they're requesting a booster shot, the person has to be over the age of 18. they can only get a booster. 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 and occupation.
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happening tomorrow in the south bay. santa clara county is launching a mass covid-19 vaccination site for kids aged 5 to 11 it's located at the fairgrounds in san jose. the county says they're transforming exposition hall there at the fairgrounds in 2, a jungle that jungles going to have games and toys to help keep the kids entertained while they wait to get their shots. the site opens up at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning. fairgrounds is off to lee road in san jose. the vaccines will be administered inside the exposition hall. >> stick with us from 4 morning news continues right after the break.
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>> a tesla driver says the company's self-driving software is to blame after it crashed his car happened earlier this month in orange county says a beta version of tesla's full self-driving software caused his car to steer in the wrong lane, causing a crash. no one was hurt in that crash and the driver has now filed a complaint with the national highway traffic safety administration, federal regulators say they've been asking tesla for more information about this beta testing program, including nondisclosure agreements that are signed by these testers. for your help this morning. a large hike coming to medicare premiums that could hit the elderly on fixed incomes, particularly hard. the federal government is blaming the pandemic for this increase
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so-called part b premiums in the lowest brackets will rise from $148.50 to $170 and $0.10 next year. those who collect social security will see the largest cost of living increase in 30 years at 5.9%, but analysts say that will likely be offset by inflation. well to someone in your house, snow or it could be worse than just an annoying it could also be linked. what's called sleep apnea. snoring can be a key sign of obstructive sleep apnea, which is a serious sleep disorder in which people actually stop breathing for 10 seconds are more at a time. it's called obstructive sleep apnea because unlike central sleep apnea. in which the brain occasionally skips telling the body to breathe obstructive means it's due to a blockage of the airwaves. a bye week. heavy or relaxed soft tissues at the sound someone you know, you might want to encourage them to get a sleep study actually did one of those one stay because i
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still have a pretty big star oh, yeah, my. but up with the weather. >> okay. well, going on. you want to snooze through today we have temperatures that are getting into the lower 70's in some spots. but even scratch into the lower 80's. that's right. but they'll be some scattered clouds to kind of come out and play a little bit
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with a little bit of fog across the bay. otherwise kind of be not a bad day out there, dave. i'm actually curious, though. are we going to see any rain in the forecast over the next week. yes, we have 2 opportunities for the one we're really watching is in the thursday night. it looks like there's little passing front by monday. however. >> beautiful shot though. embarcadero. how about that? we're getting a lot of sunshine coming in here. some of that fog lifting off a good chunk of the. >> east bay shoreline improving as well inland around the delta. still a little problem area. but improving over most of the region. so that's off to a good start there and we will be sprayed by some high cloudiness thickening up at times again this up front is upstream that w ll affect us into monday night. let's look at the longer range forecast models. that's the guy we're talking about kind of clean behind all of that. there will be some cooler temperatures than here's the one we're really putting our chips on a shower event occurring of the timing for this appears to be late on thursday. this freeze. is it friday morning in its wake. we should also improve
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into the following weekend. however, temperatures on the entire time period after that monday correction appear to stay in the 60's. even those inland valleys. all right. your 4 zone forecast for this sunday. 69 coming in for san francisco slightly cooler than yesterday mid 60's to upper 60's covers at the coast. meanwhile, bayside looks like 70 going on burlingame getting down south here. we've got 74 palo alto 71 from mountain view in the south bay. 76 going on for san jose. but morgan hill at 81 moscato sits in a 79 coming in 76 for cupertino. looks like east bay shoreline to the south, middle to lower 70's lower. 70's also tri valley about 71 coming in for walnut creek 67 for concord, 69 for a berkeley. the delta were being fed. a fighting off some of that fog. so that's one of the reasons why it's really slowing the temperature climb today. 65 fairfield also nap at sonoma. 73 also for petaluma. some of these valleys up here in the
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north bay also improving and temperature wise 76 4 santa rosa, here you have it in the seven-day forecast. once we get that temperature correction for monday night. we stay in the 60's all week long again, watching thursday through friday for that next opportunity for some rain showers. >> for your health this morning. earlier this week we commemorated veterans day here in the united states and honors all those who served our country, our health expert walk is here now to talk a little bit more about how we can continue to honor our veterans. even past veterans day and veterans day weekend. karen, thank you for joining us. i really appreciate you highlight in veterans. i know you work with veterans and it's really important to continue to remember them all the time. correct it. and we have quite a few. we have about 19 million veterans in the united states and a lot of them are clustered here in california. we have an opportunity to.
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>> really support our veterans. we have almost 2 million veterans in the in the california area. and when it comes to to being a veteran. a lot of times it i think can be hard to relate to the average american who did not serve our country. >> you say that that veterans do combat the feeling of loneliness. a lot of times. >> yes, loneliness it in about 44%. >> of the veterans that were surveyed said they they feel lonely. some of the time in about just over 10% said they feel. >> lonely. most of the time and one of the things when you serve in the military. >> you think about it. they are with their brothers and sisters in the military. they served together they they share a mission. they eat sleep were together. >> so when they are in civilian life. a lot of them don't have that social community anymore. so they really do feel lonely. is
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there something we can do to help them with that. >> well, reaching out, you know, a lot of veterans don't. >> they fear the stigma? you know, of reaching out are feeling that they're vulnerable are. >> or they they're in denial so a way to help our veterans is to actually reach out to them. and one of the ways i really love is to just talk to veteran and sometimes people tell me will do i say, you know, other than thank you. but what veterans really like to talk about is there i always ask what branch they are in what they did in the service. they what they are when they enlist in, when they are new recruits, they are signed a job or they get to select a job, you know, some type of occupation that they have in the military and they like to talk about that except a lot of veterans just don't know, had to bring it up or
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they don't know if anyone's even interested in hearing about their we all love to talk about our jobs. in there just fearful that people may not be interested. so bring it up and open them up to conversation. you could get some really good stories and they start to talk. >> i know some some of the best stories come from veterans and the experiences that they've had all around the another thing obviously highlighting them in your workplace or even hiring that if you're an employer, that's a good thing to do as well. >> right. i really we used to have a table set up for our veterans to bring in photos of their of them in military service and what of my veterans who is a marine. he brought his yearbook and another veteran walked by and said i served in that same that same year. and so they had this great conversation. it and brought together some really good memories that it's a way for us to open up the conversation, start a conversation with the veteran
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too. you have your firing like you said, hiring a veteran because i'm a veteran. they are very mission-driven. you give them a job. you explain the mission and they will follow through. they will not disappoint. >> well, they have skills that that the average american again does not necessarily have hanging your flag. i know making sure you have a flag hanging in your in your home or even at your workplace. that's a good sign as well to show your support. right and not just on veterans day or memorial day. but all year round, you know, nothing is more meaningful to a veteran see that their fellow citizens also support. >> the country that they served so it's a really nice thing to do. and show our support for our you mentioned obviously a lot of times people don't know what to say other than thank you. but writing a thank you note is not a bad idea. >> oh, yeah, that's a really
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handwritten note, it could be a really great project for a class or even us seniors center but still write the special notes in and send them to. >> you know, the va hospitals or, you know, even the senior centers that have a lot of veterans in them. >> and that everyone a handwritten. thank you. note. every once in a while. >> just a nice gesture. >> it seems in some ways we do not support our veterans in the way that we should that our that our government of itself does not necessarily help them. i've seen many homeless donating it sending money. that's a one way to support them as well. >> there are organizations that do support our veterans and it whether it's donating that in the form of of money. a tax deductible donation, but also in the form of our time. if there's a local organization, the sentinels of
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freedom. they they they're looking for mentors and you know, to help our veterans, you know. acclimate to civilian life and get an education. so there are a lot of places that you can support our veterans and it doesn't necessarily have to do with money. >> karen, anything else you want people to keep in mind as we move away now from veterans day and and move on into than the rest of the year. >> it's all about gratitude in and showing our veterans that we appreciate their service and that the time they gave to our country and it can be done any day of the year. not one day or 2 days out of the year. but at any time can be a great way to show our appreciation. karen, thank you for all you do. i know to support. >> veterans here in the bay
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area in california and on for giving us these tips on how we can honor them all the time around the year. thanks so much. you're welcome. the vi. we'll be right back.
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>> well, take a look at this. a bit of a fish out of water moment for a cheetah caught on camera. tom, the cheetah took an early morning walk to visit
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some of his neighbors at the cincinnati zoo and botanical gardens before opened. >> and he spent most of his time on that walk at the african penguins exhibit watching the little guys dart back and forth under water. i don't know if he trying to catch one understand why couldn't nonetheless, he was pretty. and for all by that. >> well, residents in the north bay are on their toes. this morning after a bear was spotted roaming petaluma neighborhood early this morning. want to take you there live as animal control tries to get out of that tree. plus, kaiser permanente avoids a strike after reaching a deal with 50,000 healthcare workers. we've got details on that tentative agreement. coming u
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at know. >> good sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm noelle bellow. >> it is november 14th halfway through the month. we've got a bear roaming around up in petaluma this morning. we'll have a live report on that in just a few minutes. but first, want to get a check of the weather forecast with day because i know there's some fog up there as well. what's going on dates? >> hey, good morning good morning, today we're looking for temperatures kind of be a little bit more around the more variety than we typically expect for this time of year. a decent amount of sunshine, a
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step in the right direction. but the dense fog advisory still in place for good chunk of the north bay and east of the east bay hills. but you see the lion share is off of the central valley. this type of radiation to leave fog. they have now sometimes with a high pressure can be a problem there because the need to have the appropriate mixing in sometimes the high x is a cap and makes it more difficult. now what we're watching is upstream. some high cloudiness thickening up at times today may challenge forecast highs a little bit with thus far. we're at 60 for hayward, a cold 53 for fremont. so we're seeing a little bit of movement here on the east bay shoreline inland, a little cooler 49 for livermore, 50 santa rosa 58 for san jose winds are kind of off shore right now that helps bring in the fog from the central valley a little bit here. and here's the live shot that you can see the east bay shoreline itself again, noting some of the cloud cover that we're having now turning somewhat variable clouds on balance
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today. temperature mixture will say around 70 going on in london's about estimation here that will thicken up a little bit this coming up, we have a couple of opportunities for showers. the most noted it is thursday night into friday. we'll get into that in a bit. noel. >> thanks, dave. as i mentioned, happening right now in the north bay paddle in the police. >> warning people about a bear that's roaming around the raman heights neighborhood. >> they're telling people to stay in their homes, not really go for walks with their dogs because the stairs been roaming around since about 02:00am kron four's. camila barco joining us live. now. she's got a little bit more detail on the status can be the bear was up in the tree. is it still there? >> yes. so that there is currently still up and that tree. it's moved around here and there. but it's made but nowhere near to making its way i just overheard officers telling people that they are going to close down this street because the department of fish and wildlife have just arrived where it's unclear
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what's going to happen next. but they are closing down the see if they can get that. they're down from the tree here is video of petaluma police tell me that the bear was not aggressive when they spotted the animal they say it was wandering the neighborhood got spooked and then climbed up the tree and that's where its current 8 at animal control is on the scene as well as north bay animal services. they've been monitoring the bear trying to coax him out of the tree. i'm currently in the remit heights neighborhood of petaluma 7 the bear was spotted here around 2.30 this morning and then again around 4.30. now plenty of people showed up to watch this all unfold. i was able to speak to a few neighbors about what they thought about this. here's what if you had to say. >> my mom told >> i was sitting in that in my pajamas. and then i came out
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in seem to be some sort of big rock then. >> it was a was your reaction. i out. can they. they like our food. >> and when when we leave trash out they're going to enjoy their little snacks here and there. >> but, you know, it's not a threat. it's it's a wonderful nature coming to join us and fun times. >> now. no, i did speak to head a little about 20 minutes ago. and they tell me this pair this bear was spotted around midnight. so it's been in this neighborhood for about 9 hours and it's been up in that tree maybe before a 7 this morning. so it's just been hanging out. but like i said, the department of fish and wildlife is here and the goal is to try to get this animal back to its natural
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habitat it's unclear what's going to happen next. you can keep up with online to see seat to get more information about what happens. back to camille. you said that they're going to shut down the road that you're on that 7th street that you're standing on right now. >> yeah, i'm currently on 7th street and i i'm unclear >> what the perimeters are, parameters they are going to be closing. but at least 7 street and high street will be closed until further notice and it's pretty high up in that tree. it kind of made its way quite high up there. yes, i'm it's just incredible to watch all of this unfold. you can you saw in the video. how high that tree was. i i can't i can't even estimate how tall that tree is. but it just got spooked. and then just made its way up there. and it's just been hanging out all right. well, we will continue to update on this situation as it continues to unfold. camilla, thank you. >> for that live report.
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>> new this morning, a 37 year-old man is dead after being shot last night in antioch. police dispatchers say they started getting calls about the gunshots near traverse city away around 1040. >> police say they found the man on the sidewalk with some fatal gunshot wounds. a neighbor we spoke to says a bullet went through their home. >> yeah. it's it's very nerve wrecking to see the bullet hole right where my brother sleep like that's what his fate would have been if you would, and sleeping here and thankfully, he wasn't homer either of us were home. >> police say the investigation is in its early stages. they do not have a description of a suspect at this time. no one is in custody. happening tomorrow down in the south bay santa clara county launching a mass covid-19 vaccination site for. >> kids aged 5 to 11 at the fairgrounds in san jose. the county says there transforming exposition hall at the fairground into a jungle at
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the jungle will have games and toys to keep the kids entertained while they're getting their shots and we there. it is. there's the information there. the site opens at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning. fairgrounds is off tully road in san jose. but the vaccines will be administered. an exposition hall. again, this is for kids age 5 to 11. the impact inflation and the high number of americans quitting their jobs is affecting everything from groceries to holiday gifts this year. we're taking a look at the numbers coming up. >> plus the world's largest retailer cutting out the middleman how their new driverless delivery trucks are boosting online business. taking a look after the break.
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welcome back. 9.10 here on this sunday morning. and retail giant wal-mart says you may have been sharing the road. >> with its driverless trucks and you don't even know what the company is cutting costs by literally cutting out the middle man with a major breakthrough in autonomous technology. tom negovan explains. >> this is it. the driverless truck wal-mart's been using to drive sales at its online grocery business cutting costs. by literally cutting out the middle man or woman who used to be behind the wheel. a partnership uniting
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arkansas and silicon valley. the world's largest retailer teaming up with a tech start up. you've probably never heard of. so that's the shooting with what to do. >> and you know, to my knowledge, we have the force of the only agree something like this. >> and they've been doing it since august running to fully autonomous walmart box trucks on a 7 mile loop for about 12 hours a day with no driver touting it as an industry-first driverless milestone. other companies working on similar technology. the kroger supermarket chain has been testing. autonomous delivery since 2018 albertsons is testing last-mile delivery in northern california using remote controlled karts. but this is leading edge. and if you're worried about safety, the company say they are to working and waiting a long time before taking this dramatic final step.
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>> for the first 2 we would leave a patient with us. it could have been on board, making sure the but the experience on this new the scouting community before we could take the time that out. >> pretty cool stuff. that was tom negovan reporting for a stay of i wish someone else with dry for me. that's right. especially when the dog was happy there. yeah, there's nothing gauging conversation. what hey, how you doing? nice to see you. and here's the breakdown that we have going on here. some variable clouds into the afternoon. those kind of sluggishly into the 60's. don't where the pop in the 70's in some locations, even getting some lower 80's as well. coming up in a bit. we'll check of the forecast called for more news.
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>> welcome >> back. 9.15 on this sunday morning. taking a live look at the golden gate bridge absolutely love this live shot here. we're watching as the fog is slowly but surely making its way through. we know we have a dense fog advisory yesterday. dave, i feel like you have something to what? what's what is this cooking for lunch. is that right? that's nice steam going. that is well, kind of the same kind of thing there we have some of the fog still lingering in spots. as you can see, although the officially advisory doesn't cover that area. but. >> a francisco bay area. we tend to see that kind of stuff going on. here's a live shot of the east bay shoreline, not too bad. and the advisory has
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been lifted for you, folks, although east of the east bay hills. it's still holding together even at this hour, golden gate bridge. this is the shot up close and not much the way of this fog going on here. so if you're at the ground level here. not too bad. a little bit of an east wind noting that that's bringing in the fog from up east for the central valley that going on here. so we have a bit of a fog coming in from a different direction. we typically see it from s ormtracker for what we have just being kind of graze by some high cloudiness that will thicken up at times a little bit this afternoon. so not quite the blue blue skies we had from yesterday. however, temperatures in some spots will still be able to spike nicely this afternoon. due to drop in that will kind of correct temperatures for the remainder of the week. so monday will probably be the warmest. they have the five-day bunch coming into next week. we've got 50's on the board for the most part, 60 hayward, a warm spot but livermore tri valley down to 5058 san jose 54 santa rosa, let's get to a future cast for again, noting some of that,
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you know, variable cloudiness going on today. thickens up a little bit tonight into monday. all right. and perhaps a little sprinkle and so forth. but monday night when the best chances to get anything. there's a boy. big dividing line clearing the other side of this as we get into tuesday. however, temperatures will drop off. as you can see. so dense fog is until 11 o'clock. that area has been amended a little bit to east of the east bay hills storming to the north bay, too scattered clouds mild temps to even warm really then early into the week. we've got calling off. that's that big monday drop that i mentioned earlier 60's expected by midweek and expected to stay to the remainder of the week. showers possible thursday, friday. that's the big one we're looking out for models agree on time thursday night and friday. however, the milestone appear to be real, real impressive, but it will deliver some mountain snows, meanwhile, still cool 60's going on. well, inland today we're going to 69 san francisco. also open 76 san jose. and this kind of a variety of temperatures. this
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gives you a little hint to what we're talking about here. 75 hayward, but 65 going on for antioch. so the numbers are kind of all over the place. some of the fog is going to rob you of the forecast highs today in some spots 76. meanwhile, for santa rosa. well, a bit more on that 4 zone forecast look at the extended as well. know. thanks, dave. >> a little discussed him. pack of both the pandemic and the supply chain issues that have followed is the impact it's having on the people on board. all those massive ships just hanging out at the ports. it's causing many sailors to be stuck at sea for months longer than they expected. gina silva has that story. >> and lord. we pray in your holy name do this. you have them. you clear the backlog. it's a prayer for sailors from all over the world. crew members stuck on ships for months. just off the port of long beach. >> because of a massive supply chain backlog due to covid restrictions and shipping delays. they sailors who were
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just allowed off their vessels in long beach. describe what it's been like. a lot of people have been complaining that they want to get off the ship in leave. >> because they've been on the ship for then more than longer that the current contract, my previous ship. i was there for 6 months when 911, i knew i was supposed to be there for 4. they kept us there longer for another 2 months trauma, mental stress and the taxman from home. it's it's all sampson tiong is a reverend at lutheran maritime ministry. >> he goes to the different cargo ships at the ports of los angeles and long beach to pray with crew members in hopes of lifting their spirits that are 100 thing stories like suicidal thoughts. a divorce in the family death of a loved one. i heard new want to see those telling me that they would in mid waters and their father or their mother or ones died back home. >> in well, what what countries they come from and
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they could that the usual contract for crew members is between 4 to 6 months. >> but with all the delays, the stay has been so much longer. every day is a struggle you know, for example, if you have a family. like i am married 3 kids. so it's not. >> it's it's a battle every day. you know, the sailor shared these photos that were taken on their ships photos that show how they try to keep their sanity. sometimes a good barbecue will do the trick of course, a visit from reverend is even better lord. we know that many of them are stuck on the rest of for a long time. it is very important, too. >> have prayer have got your life because you never know what goes on the ship. and if you could happen. >> that was gina silva reporting for us this morning. inflation does continue to surge nationwide this week we learned more than 4 million americans quit their jobs in the month of september.
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companies are now desperate to fill the millions of open jobs and consumer prices have had the highest 12 month increase in 3 decades. pedro rivera has more on that. >> thanks. 5650, a you'd be hard pressed to find a gas station with higher prices in los angeles in this mobile on the corner of losey and a gun. and beverly, even the regular gallon of gas is close to $6. it wasn't else. we says first choice, but she didn't think her car would make it to the next stop. i feel blessed that, you know, at least i can get this gas and i can afford my life's. all right. now. i don't know is very scary out here and it's scary for shoppers according to the bureau of labor statistics. consumer costs are up 6.2% from just a year ago. it's the highest 12 month increase in 3 decades. president biden believes the problem is only a short-term issue because we do it right. >> we know what it will mean. we know what it will mean. create millions of new jobs
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and grow the economy. and we're going almost see these. and i say yes, he's lower. >> inflationary pressures on our economy. >> employees are also dealing with what's being called the great resignation. new numbers showed a record 4.4 million americans quit their jobs in september. that's 3% of the entire american workforce looking to change their careers. many believe the change is due to people wanting to work from home better wages and better working conditions. >> it's a workers market right now. we know that people are looking for more dependable benefits. they're looking for wages that are higher and that's something that is incumbent on a lot of industries to meet the moment on. >> a moment. we're just days away from christmas and families hoping to put food on the table for thanksgiving. >> i feel for people, especially around the holiday time. so i just hope everybody can have a holiday season where they can afford even the smallest things. >> hope that 2 that was pedro rivera reporting for us. still
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ahead here on the kron 00:00am morning news environmentalist praising president joe biden's infrastructure plan. we're going to tell you why. >> when the proper mornings continues. plus a kidnapping in sacramento caught on camera. we've got all the details on how it unfolded speaking with neighbors. that speaking with neighbors. that story. ♪ ♪ ♪ speaking with neighbors. that story. ♪ ♪ ♪ with chase security features, guidance and convenience, banking feels good. chase. make more of what's yours.
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>> the new workout machine that has you climbing the to reach your goals. rich demero is checking it out in today's tech smart.
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>> a new workout machine called climber is hoping to do for vertical workouts. what peloton did for spending on-screen instructors lead you through a full body workout that's fast and fun. >> so you want push pull and here's your resistance. nom chances are you've never done a workout quite like this and it kind of this melting back into those it's like vertical climbing, but nonstop the intensity immediate and gets warm and toasty climber at $2800 is the latest high-tech fitness machine hoping to win over the in-home workouts. so it's a full-body 0 impact workout. the machine has a touch screen with on-demand classes along with various scripts to target different muscles. >> plus a resistance. not when you're on the climber year. and a natural primal position. it's a crossed ball so it's something that's that's very. >> to the to the human body
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and the way we move from her hand underhand is also a diff are. so if your morning the focus more on lower body. >> there's options from classes range from 5 to 45 minutes taught by instructors from a studio in denver. your your shocked are like 10 minutes getting on the climber is easy. and after some adjustments, i was on my way up. they want push school. they go on screen metrics help you keep tabs on your efforts and feel that all the way within minutes. my muscles were feeling it with no seat to fall back on the workout requires continuous effort really feel the bern just% after minutes of doing an intro work out here. breathing heavy. it's not easy, but it feels good. the efficiency. it's the biggest it's great to be able to jump on the climber and you know, in 20 minutes, jump off and feel like you got an amazing work out. >> look at some point normal
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gyms he hopes will heat. >> hey. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news. some neighbors in the north, a fed up with the ongoing sideshow problem in the area. we've got some details on how law enforcement is responding to the growing issue.
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>> new developments from the cop. 26 climate summit in
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glasgow and then unprecedented move or leaders drafted an agreement directly calling out fossil fuels and their role in global warming. the deal was reached yesterday morning after talks went into over time previous agreements have never cited coal. oil and gas is a driving force of climate change. the latest draft urges % nations around the world to use clean power generation and accelerate efforts towards phasing out fossil fuels. the agreement also refers to a just transition assuring that people don't lose their livelihoods or their access to power when moving into that green energy space. 9.31, thanks for joining us here. want to get you another check of your forecast. taking a live look at downtown san francisco this morning. not a lot of fog anymore. it started to really clear out. we have some sitting around earlier this morning dave's far as taking a closer look at what you can expect later today as well as through the rest week well, good well, good morning,
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everybody. and they've changed a little bit. the advisory zone. we're going to show you that in just a second of that fog is still in some areas. >> as you can see, as we start our day and that will be replaced by basically some high cloudiness going on for today and thickening up in spots in the late afternoon. now start things off. a beauty shot of the east bay shoreline. pretty good view there off to the distance. you can see some fog hovering around the bay itself. however, the east bay shoreline was involved in this earlier as was of the peninsula. they side that's been taken out. now it's east of the east bay hills and up to solano county. the delta and a little bit to the north 8 until 11 o'clock is a formality. but that, too may mix out. so upstream will be spread by some of those high thickening up at times. but there's a front behind it. not a lot of moisture with it. so monday night there will be a temperature change or forests of as we get into tuesday and that rain opportunity for a few sprinkles up to the north bay. we're going to 60 right now in hayward, most readings in the 50's of kind of a toasty 61 for half moon bay because the coastal areas were
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never really impacted at all by this fog advisory. we've been talking about scattered clouds again, noting this afternoon. temperatures are kind be spread out a little bit here. so we're going to show you the 4 zone forecast and you'll see some variety will tend to see a lot of times in the winter months and certainly in the fall. also, take a look at that extended or earn a shot of rain appears to be likely on thursday through friday. noel, thanks, dave. >> national news now environmentalists praising the passage of president joe biden's infrastructure plan the bill includes billions to protect americans drinking water from dangerous chemicals. raquel martin has the details. >> these stored package, invest billions of dollars to protect americans from lead poisoning as well as the clean up ethos, which is a manmade cocktail of chemicals found in drinking water across the country. >> investment ever made in history and water infrastructure epa administrator michael regan says families across the
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country can soon breathe a sigh of relief. the newly passed bipartisan infrastructure deal includes billions to clean up drinking water to eliminate the 6 to 10 million led high. >> that are still going like it into our home. our church you are taking and how water utilities remove dangerous chemicals so that people from the tap that's extremely significant. >> but organizations like the environmental working group called the nearly 10 billion dollar investment to confront people's contamination. >> a mere down payment. the manmade chemicals are sometimes linked to illnesses like cancer. the organization estimates, people of contamination in the drinking water of more than 200 million americans friday ahead of a cabinet meeting at the white house. reagan said the new money will help the epa take even more aggressive action. these resources will be dedicated. >> to more health studies, a better scientific understanding developing career capabilities to develop
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regulations so that we are protecting the public. the epa recently released the people's road map. >> outlining the biden administration's game plan. but environmentalists are still calling on the administration to speed things up instead a nationwide people's drinking standard and it's unclear exactly when the epa will set that standard. we know some business groups as well as some republicans have urged more research before taking that action. but we do know a nationwide clean-up effort will soon be underway. and president biden will sign the bipartisan infrastructure package come monday for now in washington. raquel martin, back to you. >> former trump adviser and campaign manager steve bannon is expected to turn himself in after being indicted on 2 counts of contempt of congress. the charges come after bannon failed to comply with subpoenas from a house committee investigation. bannon claimed former president trump's assertion of executive privilege as his reason for not cooperating. but bannon was a private
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citizen at the time of the insurrection and not a formal part of the white house. as we mentioned, he is expected to make a court appearance tomorrow. hackers set their sights on the fbi's e-mail system sending spam to 100,000 accounts according to the spam house project, an e-mail spam watchdog group. the hackers began their campaign early saturday morning in new york. the email subject line reads urgent threat. actor in systems and appears to come from a cyber security division of the department of homeland security. the fbi said in a statement they're aware of the attack but could not give any more information. however, a former fbi special agent did tell bloomberg. but the e-mail system that was hacked was not the one agency used to send classified information in the fbi. back here at home, neighbors in santa rosa got quite the wake-up call late friday night. dozens of cars spinning in doughnuts. you can see in this video and a neighborhood intersection. the problem, of course, the
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sideshow problem is widespread across the bay area and despite efforts to crack down. a lot of people are saying they're just getting the same response when they called police to report it kron sites with rip robert. >> remnants of an overnight sideshow santa rosa, neighbors resulted in enemy. >> way. extremely loud. it was extremely light. woke me up from a deep sleep. >> witnesses say at least 70 people crowded the residential intersection of west college avenue at that need right. just past midnight saturday morning. someone might die. some of the side shows involved firearms. >> and that people have been shot and even killed. i really hate to see that type of activity. >> come to my neighborhood activity that neighbors say has been going on for nearly a year now on a weekly basis despite several calls to police witnesses say officers stayed away. and for the most part, we're not visibly present until the end.
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>> the side show last the police and have them come out just for something like that that goes on. and when we get no response or. >> you know, we're monitoring the situation and they're nowhere to be found is kind of upsetting concern. >> most of those involved are coming in from out of town. sideshow a frustrating. >> it was hard to go back to sleep and i drew about this morning and it just the streets like just tore up. >> we left several messages with the police department for comment and clarity and have not heard back in santa news. >> well, 2 people are recovering after a 2 car crash in the mission district. it happened at the intersection of 24th and get streets. no word on a who was at fault in this. but police say the injuries are non life threatening. we are learning more information about a
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shooting and kidnapping that ultimately triggered an amber alert in sacramento on friday, the terrifying moment said it all happened were caught on camera or when the shot x talked to a neighbor who watched it all happen. >> it's hard to watch this heart pounding video of a mother struggling to hold on to her 3 year-old son just before the man neighbors say is the boy's father rips him out of her arms tear or from them jonathan daniel says the abduction took place right in front of his home. the next door neighbor, jonathan said that the mother ran over here to the front door just desperate to get away. so helpless whom they can to more you see the woman pleading with the suspect 30 year-old joshua yago as she clings on to her son, leo at one point yonko can be seen grabbing her left arm and the back of her neck as he pushes her face toward the ground. jonathan says he could hear the boy calling them and dad at he's the one that yelling in my son back.
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>> she trying to get him to leave as they continue to struggle. he grabs leo's right. arm before yanking him out of his mother's arms and running with him once he grabbed the kid. >> and put the kid in the car and she ran home. >> greece inside driver. side of the car and pulled something out on. but trying to best on the door and then next thing i know mark glass was breaking in. 5 shots ring out. jonathan says the suspect then ran back to his car and took off the cops missed him by. >> 16 seconds. sacramento. police say the mother and another male was shot but are doing okay. i mean, it is well in the shooter like that. you know, it's like. i could have been shot 2 tragic what happened the little heart goes out to the family. >> can't even imagine what that's like a statewide. amber alert went out. hayward police
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located leo and ya go together. he was booked on charges relating to the kidnapping and shooting and go to bed till. >> 10 this morning. so show happy that found them and us. he's arrested. >> that was really nice shot x reporting for us. here in the bay area. it's been one week since 23 month-old jasper wu was killed during a shooting on interstate 8.80, in oakland. a $10,000 reward is now being offered for information that could lead police to the people responsible for this shooting. a little boy was riding in the car with his family when he was hit by a stray bullet. police say they believe the reward money could help, but they do say finding the shooters going to take a little more than that. >> 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
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to bring that same information forward so that the people responsible could be held accountable. i think they would. >> a go fund me page was set up to provide financial help to the little boy's family. more than $226,000 has been raised so far. dave. >> okay. i will have some scattered clouds going on in the balance. this however, we're dealing with some morning fog that will worst dissipate well before noon high temperatures will be interesting, though. today. we're going to show you the 4 zone forecast and the extend hi honey! hi mommy!
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>> welcome back. 9.45 almost here on this sunday morning. taking a live look outside. this is mount tam cam. i believe looking over at the city. you can see that fog just role in making its way through the bay. we do have a dense fog advisory for parts of the bay area today. dave's got a little bit more detail. it's beautiful to look at that. you can see the high clouds aloft who absent. that's what we're going to see into the afternoon high business there. and this is just the lower lying. >> fog that will mix out not too bad along the east bay shoreline. i'm sorry, barca darrow and also the east bay shoreline which has been taken out of the dense fog advisory east to the east bay hills. that's still in their solano county and up to the north bay as well. delta is always like a problem area per ticket with the to the fog that we've been dealing with so upstream. what we have to deal with some high cloudiness. that's basically what the doctor ordered. then some picking up a little bit as we get to the evening hours in anticipation of our next system dropping in. now this
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guy is going to be a temperature changer for us. it's not really bringing us a whole lot the way of rain we may have some sprinkles up in the north bay. that's about it. so drop south, we clear out cool off a touch. but it's the next one thursday night into friday. that we're really watching to be an urn a shot of rain across the bay here. and again, kind of clearing out just in time for the weekend. so the timing of all of this is pretty good. 4 zone forecast today kind of interesting 69 coming in for san francisco. do a lot of 60's along the coast, which was not played by a lot of this typical fog we talk about this is more bay. centric is how it's always been today and yesterday lower 70's for the peninsula along the bay side, 74 palo alto down to the south bay. we're looking at 76 santa clara matching that san jose. but you start to get inland. morgan hill up to about 81 los gatos about 79. looks like 76 for cupertino east bay shoreline lower 70's, although, hey, we're popping at 76 tri valley at 73 even trailing a lot this morning.
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sept do some catch-up here 71 for walnut creek 67 for concord. 69 for berkeley valais. what 66 together on the delta fog is the big issue this morning, particularly 65 fairfield 64 for napa and 76 santa rosa. but there's going to be a temperature correction as we talk about that will happen will really tuesday. so it's monday night tuesday getting later in the week. this as we were putting our chips on here for getting a little bit more in the way of rain amounts. we're not sure about that. they're looking less impressive and the latest model run but clearing up right in time for the weekend. >> as we know, international travel is now open and the holidays are here. while the rules and regulations around traveling have changed pretty drastically. so have we as travelers earlier this week, i spoke with air bnb. they say their busiest days for bookings right now. our mondays and tuesdays quite different from a lot of folks usually travel on the weekend. they say traveling outside of the weekend is becoming more
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desirable and possible for travelers. all thanks to work from home. an air bnb isn't the only one noticing these new trends and adapting to them earlier this month. helton also released its 2022 global trends report. and in that report, 63% of americans said making memories with loved ones is the top reason for traveling in the new year. lifestyle expert christine lucy, the is here to talk a little bit more about some of the other trends that we found in that live report. christine, thanks so much for joining me. in a study of more than 10,000 people. more than 75% say they want convenience and contactless experience is to talk to me about how hotels ire responding to that. >> good morning. oh, well, yes, there is going to be a huge increase in contact is experiences. we are going to be able to buy past the front desk all together. we are going to check in, check out make request dinner
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reservations even our own realm all to the hilton honors app also select hotels are going to be able to offer these new smart digital band that allow us to open up our room and make payments. so we can go contact. we can go card list and cashless our entire trip. and with these new innovations, it is going to make our travel experience so much easier and more convenient. >> though those those wrist. >> bannon's. basically i actually got one last time i was traveling and it was really nice to just be able to tap that to get into like the pool area or that sort of thing and not necessarily have to. >> you fish for a key or, you know, used to handle that sort of thing. >> exactly so much easier. it is california psychologist in trends report from hilton, a doctor, kate coming. she said travel be definitely something is going to help people with their well being. talk to me a little bit about how work
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life. and you know, vacation life are kind of blending now. >> exactly. will work. haitian is a huge trend right now. on the study found that work that working remotely really increases our productivity, our mental health wellbeing. i'm so excited hilton just offered this brand new work spaces by hilton. a program. it allows individuals to book a room for a day to take the most important conference calls with no distractions and a clean and easy space all while taking in a beautiful view. and noel, no barking dogs or crying, children in the background. and for those of us who have that this is music to our over the last year. a lot of different hotels have really been starting to offer this type of thing it's really, really helpful for those. i know that a lot of times once you're at your destination. >> you want to wind down at the at the hotel bar, that sort of thing. this trends report talks a little bit about drink preferences that
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have shifted since the pandemic. a lot more people choosing tequila and also 0 proof drinks will talk with that. >> yeah, exactly. it was so surprising. first of all, tequila at the rose for tequila. again, it was the beverage of choice. also 0 proof alcohol, which really gives another option to have that refreshing taste and then what was the most fascinating part to me about the study was whether we were at the mountain or at the beach. we still all wanted articulates sunrises and a margarita myself well, i mean, the the last time we talked, you had talked a little bit about marjorie doesn't and 0 proof and that really becoming something people. >> and shifting towards over all go ahead. not just going to say the 0 foot is such a great option. if the healthier version, it still allows you to have a refreshing taste
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without all the you know, the consequences of alcohol. and i'm just so surprised it was such a huge trend. so i'm so happy that we're kind of making that shift from. >> you know, kind of a hermit life and drinking too much and we're starting to see added bit and make smarter choices for ourselves. so those really exciting for as a nutritionist and wellness person to see. well, when booking next year's trips, i guess overall, what should travelers keeping in mind or looking out for christine. >> absolutely. look for the deals were cation packages are all over resorts. they have things like buy a state 3 weeks. yet the 4th one also just make sure that your internet do your research for your hotel and make sure it has a strong internet connection and cellular signals. so you can avoid any disruptions with your work. all right, christine, thank you so much for joining me this morning and breaking down some of these trends there. >> in that report. really appreciate time. thank you so much. and well, have a good one. you too. we'll be right
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