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and night. and day. and night. only at jack in the box. >> when >> fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news heading. >> now at 8 o'clock. the san francisco house of worship vandalized. now investigators are looking into whether the at is a possible hate crime that is where we start this sunday night here on kron. 4 news at 8 o'clock. welcome. and i'm jonathan mccall and i'm justine waldman. a community is rattled tonight after someone threw a beer bottle right through the window. >> of the islamic center of san francisco. police say this happened on friday night and tonight they're still looking for the people responsible. kron four's amanda hari is live there now with a look at the damage left behind and also how the community is
reacting coming together. good evening, amanda. >> they are coming together good evening. i spoke with one of the leaders here. he says they're not going to let this situation stop them. they're continuing with prayer as usual. but right behind me here is a reminder of that situation. this is the broken window. you can see they've taped over it. but i can still see the cracks and there is damage left behind. it. >> i was very shocked and shaken. this is not something that's ever happened to our mosque in a very, very long time. people were inside of the islamic center of san around 1145 friday night when they heard a loud noise and glass break. >> you can see in the security video. the suspect turns the corner throws the bottle and runs away discovered that there was a window that was shattered whose class in the someone throwing a beer bottle through the window and and then the mosque in sanaa polls
also still along the glass in the mosque. you can see in this photo, the beer bottle on the ground in a spot someone would use to pray. the islamic center has been a part of the san francisco community since the 1950's and they're one of the oldest mosques in california. resident scholar shabazz shaikh says he's been coming here since he was a child. >> he says they're being transparent with the community and notified the mosque members fright away the community shaken. >> we're trying to restore that sense of safety and security that people feel the mosque. shaikh says the plan to update their security cameras and are working with the san francisco police. we asked the police department to do their due diligence and try to apprehend the suspect. and, you know, restore that sense safety. >> security, the, you know, once felt police say officers collected evidence at the scene and the motive is unknown. shake had this message for the suspect. i would like the in the individual who committed this accident. please come to our mosque. please contact me. please contact us.
>> we would like to invite him or her here and like to sit down this person answer any questions of and that have a lot of sloan. >> police tell me it's still early in the investigation. the leader i spoke with here says they don't recognize the suspect or believe they've had any interaction with this person before, live in san francisco. amanda hari kron 4 news 6 you so much, amanda will go now to the east bay where 37 year-old man is dead after being shot last night in antioch. >> police dispatchers say they started getting calls about gunshots near traverse a way around 1030, police say that they found the male victim on the sidewalk with that fatal gunshot wound. we did talk to a neighbor in the area who says that a bullet went right 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 he would sleep in here and thankfully he wasn't homer either of us were home. >> police say the investigation is still in the
early stages. they do not have a description of a suspect at this time and no one is in custody tonight. kron 4 has learned that a woman shot at oakland's lake merritt last week has died from her injuries. >> the shooting happened early thursday morning on lakeshore avenue. oakland police say the woman died from her injuries yesterday. so far investigators have not released the woman's name a suspect description or a possible motive. stay with kron 4 for more updates. as soon as they become available. >> a woman accused of stealing a car with a one year-old toddler strapped inside last week will remain behind bars unless she posts $100,000 in bail money. this is surveillance video showing 24 year-old natalia. and jumping into the driver seat. the abduction set off an amber alert. the baby was found safe and that a band a truck and police were able to track down the suspect a short time later i'll remains in the martinez detention center awaiting her first court appearance. >> the search tonight is on to
find the person who investigators say left hateful slurs and other races messages on the walls of an asian owned a business in oakland's chinatown neighborhood kron four's taylor sackey spoke with community leaders who are saying that this hate is unacceptable and needs to stop. >> disturbing. hateful messages recently spotted on the walls at newton's market on 7th street in oakland's chinatown neighborhood one of them reading go back to china. yellow f word there to this company. >> and is also telling how dangerous it could be but it's inflaming in trying committee. you know, so hate. raleigh on us to go against, you committee carl chan is president of the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce. >> he first alerted the business owners about the anti-asian slurs written on their walls and says the owners who didn't want to speak on camera called police to hate. >> we still ongoing this is
actually pretty much pandemic. and we must find ways. and hopefully some positive to stop is hate not only against our company but again, chance been an ongoing active voice for this community, especially since anti-asian attacks increased during the pandemic. you know, i'm a home on ship with home washington 2020. >> you know, when to shun the rhetoric, you know, talking about chilly the asian community, especially the pandemic. >> and then all to people in. and many people, especially it with a tent. not really basically some people also being too. just because of the rhetoric. i think it's important for us to it's good nation is stan. let's just understand. and we must find ways to educate everybody. chan says.
>> this most recent incident is the first time in a few weeks after increased police and community patrols to curtail attacks in this area chain plans to make calls to local state and federal authorities this week to work together and come up with ways to stop this hate and racism. i'm taylor reporting kron 4 news. >> right now. cal osha, investigators are trying to learn exactly what killed a worker at the valero refinery plant in the nation. >> or that they want to work or at least the story on staff working for that a now up to or or are they are with us. >> that is part of the 911. recordings from that scene. officials say this all late friday night. investigators have identified the workers. 27 year-old luis gutierrez again. investigators say the accident happened late friday night and is still under investigation. so far. but you should. police say they have found no evidence of foul play
at that scene. >> let's go now to the north bay were hours after first being spotted high above the tree. a black bear still as of right now, it's up in this tree in petaluma to see it here. i right there. big bear. >> big bear. we're talking about some 15 hours more than 15 hours now. a shelter-in-place has been in effect for the folks who live in that area that's been around since 2.30 this morning. police say the bear was first sighted in southwest petaluma near 6th. and i streets a few hours later, another advisory was issued for the rain and heights area where that bear had climbed up a really tall tree. this is all 2 blocks away from the very first sighting sonoma county wildlife rescue saying the bear is about. >> 400 to 500 pounds, not a small, a small there been eaten pretty good. yeah. it's pretty common for forebears was a common or uncommon. i could see what the word before. it was not common for
bears to be up in trees, not common for a 500 pound bear to be up in the tree. >> authorities are hoping that the bear is going to climb down on its own soon. >> so there's been up that river kwai while but it's a little bit high up in the tree. you know, you're there right now. you can see how high it is and so our staff decided it wouldn't really be safe to tranquilize the bear because you know, the back and fall and the back to get hurt. to circumstances we've decided to kind of back off a little bit and give the bear a little bit of space and give it the chance to come down. it's on them and to go back to its habitat. >> can you imagine 500 pounds hanging on a branch that could give way at any moment now that situation i don't know if the bear realize what it's quite yet. meanwhile, the bears said to be about 85 feet high on that tree. it's right now. >> still unknown exactly when it's going to come down. but officials are just kind of backing off to give it some space hoping that it will come
down, folks in the area, though, say they were happy to see a scene like this unfold. >> i pretty current cause. we out. we don't actually really see there's that >> i kind of didn't really believe that there's a bear that know it kind of felt. weird because they're and tina bear in this area. that he had been summer closure that something like that. >> police and animal control are still on the scene. according to the neighbors that kron four's been talking with. so we're going to continue to monitor the bears activity and bring you the very latest as soon as new let's go now to our 4 zone le. forecast on this sunday night as we take a live look outside here at downtown san francisco. pretty night out. there was kind of foggy for a lot of places across the bay area. all this weekend. you know. that's right. but the sun came out today was really pretty outside. >> hopefully everyone was able to get out and about en oy it. get out and enjoy some whether
sports activity bear bear sightings. baby sitting a okay. great sunday barker did that she's like i got paid to watch a bear up in a tree. what remarkable story means. there must be folks are talking think about a 12 since 2.30 this morning. they have been able to really. >> get out of their homes. just waiting for this very watch here. watch 2021 haha. >> let's take a look at our bay area for gas because we're definitely going to be on fog watch tonight. let's take a live look outside. we're tracking crystal clear skies and temperatures out there right now along the coast pretty mild for those of you dppacifica and half moon. bay didn't really see much of that low cloud deck like downtown san francisco only warming up to 62 degrees down in the mid 50's right now pacifica clearly the winner 64 degrees. everyone else in the mid to upper 50's with san jose and
berkley. also in the low 60's and widespread mid 50's. for those of you in the north bay with the exception of petaluma 52 degrees. so when tracker for we are tracking winds out of the north and east. but tomorrow we're going to see more of that cool sea breeze influence of that westerly flow increasing that low and high cloud cover so cooler temperatures ahead right now, air quality, though noticeably poor compared to around this time last night we're seeing widespread moderate to poor air particles and we're going to see hazy skies even for the start of your workweek monday, widespread moderate air particles as well with radar for showing mostly clear skies. but we are tracking an increase in cloud cover and cooler temperatures and also drier conditions. but all of that changes by thursday night through friday. tracking rain returning to your bay area forecast. more on this upcoming storm in my next full forecast in just a few minutes. jonathon, just back to you. >> risa. thank you. still much more to come tonight here on
kron. 4 news at 8 o'clock. former president trump's adviser and campaign manager steve bannon expected to face a judge tomorrow. will this become the turning point for the january 6 in civil insurrection investigation. we will talk live with the kron 4 political expert to explain. >> also with the holidays right around the corner. the president is vowing to resolve the supply chain bottleneck. many experts are blaming for the surge in prices. >> more walgreens stores across san francisco set to shut down shop this week. we'll let you know the locations that will be closing locations that will be closing for good. the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier. hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. ♪ tension builds... ♪ the plot twist. ♪ the hero prevails. in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started.
but our here, we are just getting started. president joe biden is set to sign his signature 1 trillion dollar infrastructure bill into law that bill will include 550 billion new dollars in funding for transportation utilities and broadband. it's the largest infrastructure package and more than a decade in the u.s. house. democrats say they will now focus on the president's build back better plan. if that's passed, it would provide nearly 2 trillion dollars in additional funding for social programs. >> it is a big week ahead in washington. the house is set to vote on president biden's nearly 2 trillion dollars, social spending package but looming over that vote. our concerns about the rise in inflation. kron 4 washington correspondent raquel martin brings us up to date. >> last week we saw the highest inflation rate in 31 years. >> driving up the price of goods like food and gas. but
democrats insist their latest social spending package addressing everything from green energy to affordable housing to lowering prescription drug prices. what make matters worse and they're moving full steam ahead after a week delay. the house is gearing up to vote president biden's nearly 2 trillion dollars, social spending package this week. we could conference that speaker pelosi is going to bring it up and that will pit pass this week on cnn's state of the union. and nbc's meet the press top white house economist brian deese touted the plan as transformative for the middle class currently battling high cause housing. >> health care, child care and transportation. but republicans who are unanimously opposed to the bill. >> are sounding the alarm just going to harm american families on abc's this week. republican senator john barrasso warned the bill will make current skyrocketing inflation. worst prices are going to go way up with the holidays right around the corner. president joe biden is vowing to resolve supply
chain. bottlenecks. many experts are blaming for the surge in prices very soon. we're going to see the supply chain start catching up with the man on face the nation treasury secretary janet yellen. >> said inflation problems or symptom of the pandemic and not bad policy. the pandemic has been calling the shots for the economy in for inflation. yellin says americans will see prices come down when more workers can return to covid free work environment, continuing to make progress against the pandemic is the most important thing we can do. >> but many americans may not be as confident. new polling numbers from the associated press show only about a 3rd of americans. believe the economy is in good shape. the grim outlook could make it that much more difficult for president biden to get his social spending package passed through the senate where moderates have been clear they're concerned about rising inflation for now in washington, raquel martin, back to you.
>> happening this week 3 more san francisco walgreens locations are set to shut down because of ongoing shoplifting problems. the company is already closed. more than a dozens of its more than a dozen of its stores here in the city because of the ongoing problems locations on clement street and on goff street set to close tomorrow prescriptions from those locations will be moved to the store in california and market wednesday. the location on chavez street will also close prescriptions from that location will be moved to the mission street location back in june. a man was caught on camera and what has now become a viral videos. brazenly showing him shoplifting from at least one san francisco walgreens. that suspect was linked to as many as 8 shoplifting cases. >> happening tomorrow oakland residents can start to schedule large item drop off appointments with the management of alameda county. this bulky waste services aimed to reduce illegal
dumping in oakland. and tomorrow morning suit leaders and the service companies manager going to be holding a press conference to kick off this program. live coverage for you during. which is our 24 7 streaming news service. lets switch things up, down. talk about our 4 zone forecast. a live look at the golden gate bridge as we wrap up another weekend here in the bay area getting ready for the start. >> of a new work with our meteorologists are very is joining us now with what we can expect this week and also the record heat that some spots in bay area experienced today. yeah. half moon bay 2 days in a row of record breaking heat warming up into the mid 70's. >> very unique microclimate forecast because as you can see, downtown san francisco only warming up to 62 degrees and conquered 59 degrees for your sunday afternoon highs. and that's all because of that to leave fog. so a little bit more stubborn today allowing most of our bay area coastal and even in our most valleys in the north and east bay to warm up to below average
temperatures today. but we are tracking a rinse and repeat pattern of last night. into this evening as well. we're going to see the return. the dense, low clouds and fog. so far no word yet on a dense fog advisory being issued just yet for the bay area, specifically the delta, the north bay and east bay but radar for tracking clear conditions. but we are going to notice cooler cloudier days ahead and light rain arriving first for those of you in santa rosa thursday night overnight by friday morning. we are going to see some light showers so don't get too excited by all that green. this is going to be a weak storm really just tracking about a quarter of an inch of rain or less. but it is going to be that fog that's going to be the big weather story to start your monday morning commute specifically in santa rosa and half moon bay concord. once again, you're going to deal with that dense fog bank but temperatures cooling down to seasonal averages by tuesday of this upcoming week. and we are seeing light rain. but overall, not as much as i was hoping for. but it is
something so something to get a little excited about heading in the right direction. storm door kind of open. but let's hold most more storms make its way into the bay area later this month and into december and definitely cooling down as we get towards the end of the week. yeah. we've been spoiled this week in a beautiful weather. so finally, back to normal reality check. here we go. 60's coming back, right where you are looking forward to it. thanks, guys. risa. thank you. >> so much. more to come tonight here on kron. 4 news at 8 o'clock. are you feeling it yet. so we're talking about pain at the pump. it hurts just to go to the gas station. california now setting record prices when it comes to filling up all comes as rising inflation. the average cost of regular unleaded that california drivers are now shelling out.
>> kron 4 following breaking news for you this sunday night. a live look at what the scene is unfolding. according to chp. they are on the scene of a fatal crash. this is happening on the south lanes of i 80 near the 7th street off-ramp. you can see that picture there your screen that is a picture of the traffic backup from folks who are trying to go south on. i 80 those lanes are shut down for the investigation, which is unfolding right now according to chp, this accident happened around 06:30pm, tonight. we are told, according to chp, a body found in the middle of the freeway and may have been
hit by as many as 2 cars once again, a fatal crash unfolding right now on the south lanes of i 8.80 in oakland new. the 7th street off-ramp. we will continue to follow the story, talk to chp to gather more details. we will bring those to you on air and online at kron 4 dot com. >> california drivers are now paying the most expensive gas and all of america. you me right he's a gallon of regular unleaded is going for around $4.68 said i cry every time heard a lot iran's year. don't forget your back there. >> according to aaa, that is actually the highest recorded average ever by the agency for dollars or $0.68 ever. the reason the price of crude oil. it's increasing as global demand continues to rise as well. chris wolfe has reaction from drivers who are wondering if gas prices will ever go
back down. >> gas prices in the golden state are outrageous alluding to record highs. the auto club of southern california reports the average cost of a gallon of regular statewide is now a record $4.68 people we spoke with say they will be staying home this thanksgiving and not traveling to grandma's house to save money. i think is our rage is something like $80, a pretty slow car. >> dollars and is little car when was like that. he said, you know. >> robert garcia drives a tow truck and can't believe what he's seeing at the pump. we put in a 100 bucks and i think it may be making up to 3 quarters of a tent. they're expensive. yeah. and then we would run a lot so we get a lot >> a lot of fuel enough about you know, it. it cuts into profits met. it does. it does a lot. you know, so we're just out here trying to just hopefully find a cheap is what we can get in the forecast.
>> so what's driving this rise in gas prices. the auto club says the answer is higher crude oil prices and high demand at a time when people want to get up, get out and go after a long drawn-out coronavirus pandemic filled with ups and downs and what now people's desire to travel and reconnect with loved ones has been taking place all fall. >> and there are simple things you can do to maximize fuel efficiency no matter what you're paying at the pump. keep your vehicle. well maintained properly inflate your tires, lighten the load of your vehicle store golf clubs at home, not in the trunk when you're not playing. don't speed and don't gun it when a red light turns green like you're at the start of a race. >> chris wolfe reporting for us tonight. >> here's what's coming up during kron 4 news in primetime tonight. the holidays are right around the
corner and the trend this year. many unvaccinated people are being an invited to parties will show you how many americans are banning their friends and family over covid vaccines working hard or hardly working the things employees are doing behind their boss is back. a new study has just put out some of the the details you're going want to hear. plus, trump adviser steve bannon expected to be in court tomorrow. will those appearance the a turning point for the january 6th investigation. a political expert is going to join us live to explain. you're watching kron 4 news at 8 and we will be right bac
>> former president donald trump's adviser and campaign manager steve bannon expected to face a judge tomorrow. the move comes as bannon was indicted by federal grand jury for criminal contempt of congress. >> the charges come after bannon fell to comply with subpoenas from a house committee investigation. now bannon claimed former president trump's. assertion of executive privilege as his reason for not cooperating but dan was a private citizen at the time of the insurrection and not a formal part of the white house. so some people believe that bannon. for him to show up in court could be a turning point for the january 6th investigation. however, others are saying criminal contempt is a difficult charge to prosecute. joining us live now to talk more about the
ongoing investigation and the news developments with steve bannon. we're joined by donna crane with san jose state university donna week. >> always appreciate the time here on kron. 4 news at 8 o'clock. so walk us through what happens tomorrow. he's been indicted by the federal grand jury is going to go to court to face a judge. what comes. >> right. that's exactly right. so apparently according to his lawyer, he's going to surrender himself tomorrow and will make his first court appearance related to these charges tomorrow. so we may know a little more. well, certainly we will know a little more tomorrow after he and his some exchanges in the courtroom tomorrow. again, as you said, he's facing contempt of congress charges and those could ultimately carry with them a jail sentence and a fine. >> so what does it mean then that he shows up. he's going what spilled the beans throw other people under the bus or just. i was going to say that just doesn't say shut up. but i know if i can say that.
>> a sentence because the last years that's a bonkers right, ok, so, you know, what's happening is that he's refusing to comply with congressional or with a congressional subpoena each. >> and the reason he's doing that is because he is he says president trump is claiming executive privilege i definitely don't agree that he has executive privilege in this case. i think what's very likely to happen although i hesitate to make predictions is that this is the beginning or maybe the middle of what's probably going to be a long protracted legal debate. i have no under no illusions that president trump is going get in on this very easily. and i think up than actually has a lot more incentive to up to be an took your loyal to president trump and he does stuff left. so we know that he has been indicted. we know that congress is also tried to go after several other people including former white house chief of staff mark meadows.
>> is this setting just kind of the groundwork of what could come for some other folks who may have also ignored those subpoenas from congress as part of this investigation. >> i think that's exactly right. i think they're making a congress and the american orleans department of justice are making an example of safe. and i think they are, if you will, showing the instruments of torture to the other people who have been subpoenaed before that committee of the house to investigate the insurrection i think also picked as the first person go forward with the prosecution because he has a rather clear-cut case. he was not even working in the white house at the time and he just and i just don't see any credible way. he can claim to be covered under executive privilege. so if they can, you know, if they can. crack is case open. maybe they can rattle some of the other people into actually coming forth before that committee. >> what do they want him to say or do. what are the what information are they looking for.
>> they're looking both testimony and of material evidence. copies of e-mails calendars any any any kind of paperwork that would help to shed light on the role the trump white house played in spring at the end. so insurrection on january 6. he has a lot of material evidence apparently he was very in the many of the conversations that are happening between the white house and insurrectionists and he has a lot of knowledge of what went down. so if he tries to keep that secret. then we may never know. and it becomes awfully hard to prevent something like that from happening again. but if he does come forward or they're able to extract that information from him. that's really important testimony to create a complete the story about what happened during those and that's we're moving one step forward with regards the court saying that president trump's records from the white house can be released.
>> an appeals court is saying not so fast. we need to hold a hearing to kind of review some of the stuff. >> how does this play out with regards to the investigation or what does that hold up to do with regards to the investigation of not being able to release those records. >> well, these are these are all events that are proceeding in, if you will side by side lee is right there so that all alternately going in the same direction. but they're different and they're different lanes of legal proceedings. i i think it's very likely that that that the demand for trump materials will probably find itself in the supreme court at some at some point or another. >> so this is obviously sending a clear message to anyone who thinks that they can to avoid the committee. so who else do you think is next. >> i some ideas of i think mark meadows will be a pretty tough nut to crack. he was the chief of staff at the time. and so arguably maybe deserves
some of were consideration under executive privilege that area of1authority is designed to protect confidential and candid communications between the president and his top advisers on matters of state. so, you know, meadows i think will be lower on the list. but you know, there are, for example, jeffrey clark who worked at the department of justice at the time. his name keeps coming up, pretty high on lists. and i think that's an interesting next. i think you might even be somebody they might be pressuring to flat. actually. yeah, we will all be paying very close attention to the developments from washington, dc as they unfold tomorrow. >> donna crane would san jose state university. we always appreciate your time here on kron. 4 news. >> thank you so much. thank you. down. >> so what our 4 zone forecast and a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. folks headed into the city headed home getting ready for a new work week. they wish the traffic could be like that. >> during the rush hour commute tomorrow morning. i'm sure a busier and busier out i'm usually my head on the
pillow at rush hour. work and the work all right, marie, so what's the weather going to like the people as they head out the door in the morning. yeah, we're going to track cooler cloudier weather in the bay. area's still going to stay dry to start out your upcoming work week forecast. >> live look outside along the embarcadero front of the and you can see a lot of fun out there for your sunday night getting noticeably more quiet. those people starting to prepare for their work week monday. forecast radar for right now we are tracking mostly clear skies and we are going to see an increase in cloud cover. >> for those of you in the sierra and also light rain chances mainly for those of you in the northern sierra. but for the rest of this going to be more of a wind maker than a rainmaker anywhere from about 10 to 20 miles per hour winds at the lake at south lake tahoe increasing wave heights up to 3 feet starting early monday morning through
midnight. so it is going to be a noticeably windy day temperatures cooling down as well with widespread low 60's for those of you at truckee and also south lake tahoe. taking a look ahead, though, at the next 3 day outlook tuesday, mid 50's and then cooling down into the low 50's by wednesday. john had just team. back to you.
should start on monday. the payout could be the second to last one for families with children unless congress acts according to the treasury department and the irs more than 15 billion dollars were sent to families of roughly 61 million children last month. the enhanced child tax credit is only in effect for this year. 2021 the program was created as part of the 1.9 trillion dollar coronavirus relief package in march. the plan could be extended through next year if it is approved by congress southwest airlines is rolling out a number of new initiatives to its staff members to make sure it has a seamless holiday travel season. >> these are aimed at avoiding staffing shortages and flight cancellations, especially during the peak holiday travel season, which is quickly approaching those incentives include up to 120,000 frequent flyer miles valued at more than $1400 plus any worker that works the weeks of thanksgiving and christmas could also get triple pay
southwest, not alone. american airlines recently rolled out its own initiative. a spy attendance incentives for its staff during the holidays as well. >> many americans have been working from home and enjoyed a lot of the freedom of being in their own space. now there's a new study revealing what a lot of these at home workers were hiding from their bosses while working remotely the huffington post is saying some of those things include working from the toilet or even make it. others want hikes are made means while they were on the clock and some people did some risque things thanks. just let you use your imagination for that one. just make sure zoom camera wasn't on any of those of mute. >> close. the just wasting your with work. just let's be honest. next, a sports steph curry returns to the tar heel state, his home state as the
saying they just don't feel comfortable inviting unvaccinated relatives to their parties. researchers are fearing those who do make it to thanksgiving may be in for an even more divisive debate over the dinner table this year. awkward to stay at home. >> avoid the trouble or just get vaccinated. bring some vegetables to the so nobody wants that we talked about last nobody wants your vegetables. all right. let's online start over zone forecast. we do want some good weather, though, for thanksgiving. here's a recent with what's on the way for this week. >> yeah. we're tracking overall cooler temperatures with to start your workweek forecast. and we're going to see for your microclimate monday outlook that cooling trend going to be well underway. widespread low 60's and even upper 50's along the san francisco peninsula downtown san francisco, 62
degrees going to see an increase in that cloud cover. thanks to the return of a stronger sea breeze about 20 miles per hour or less half moon bay only warming up into the low 60's after reaching 75 degrees today record breaking heat. so you're definitely going to notice that 15 degree drop tomorrow. daly city 58 degrees in millbrae and burlingame even see him bruno 62 degrees. so cooler temperatures heading our way. about 5 to 10 degrees of cooling for most bay area cities san mateo and san carlos in the mid 60's, though, and we're seeing widespread low 70's to upper 60's for those of you in the south bay san jose and cupertino 71 degrees with low 70's. for those of you in right now. white. it's tracking conquered walnut creek even livermore barely in the low 70's mid 60's, though, for oakland and napa 65 degrees as the sonoma with santa rosa and avato in the upper 60's. so not a bad start for your work week monday. here's kate rooney with sports.
>> and now kron 4 sports. >> thank you. bree said any weather's good weather for nba basketball. right. we're only about a month into the season. but when you're technically the best, you've got a shout it from the rooftops right. and the warriors entered sunday with the best record in the association. the matchup was with the hornets payback in steph curry's hometown of charlotte. but this wasn't quite the homecoming. he in golden state had in mind. we'll show you what happened. now steps father's dell, of course, played most of his career in charlotte and now he's a tv analyst for the hornets called his son's game 1st quarter. steph. who was slick move to the basket for the layup. but the dubs down 3 after one quarter warriors in transition. its staff to jonathan. coming up for the dunk. the rookie with 9 points in the 2nd quarter late in the second step houses backwards and over his head to a wide open. jordan poole type 5757 at the half love well, 3rd
quarter its andrew wiggins. from beyond the arc cans. the 3 pointer. he had 28 points in the game and the quarter. steph, from 37 feet out. banks. it in that for the dubs up one going into the 4th curry finished the game with 24 points. maybe not enough 4th quarter. lamelo ball to the for a nice floater. he scored 21 in the game now tied at a 102 with 45 seconds left myles bridges makes the shot over draymond green. he had 22 hornets up a deuce. and so in the session. so what happens here, steph, this is to come on looney. he gets fouled this is a free throws. can't do that. terry rozier went on to knock down both foul shots immediately after so the hornets when one oh, 6.22 warriors now dropped to 11 2 on the season. still the best record there. it. kevin durant and the nets for tuesday night
in brooklyn that should be a fun let's talk nfl football. the raiders hoping to bounce back. they hosted patrick mahomes and the chiefs you go to the 2nd quarter, chiefs up by 7 derek carr loves it to hunter renfroe. and just like that, the raiders tie it up. later in the second chiefs up 3 mahomes. finds tyreek hill for the touchdown 7 receptions 83 yards and 2 touchdowns. 17 7 kcp. >> 4th quarter. mahomes searching for open man. he airs it out. >> and connect to daryl williams for the 38 yard score. just great grab by williams right on the money from the homes. he looks like his old self again. he threw for 406 yards and 5 touchdowns. but that's bad news for the raiders. just get blown out by that. she final score. 41 to 14. all right. a college hoops. we go defending champ stanford ranked number 3, and hosting 25th ranked texas will pick it up in the 3rd sanford up for lacey hall
with the steal and sister lexie. >> takes it the other way to lay it in 16 points and 11 rebounds alexi 4th quarter. stanford's lead cut to one. gets it to go from beyond the arc 6 of the triple gives texas believe they're under 2 minutes to go. now. texas has a five-point lead the star dropped in another 3 should 17 points off the bench went 4 for 4 from downtown. and with that, texas upset stanford 61 to 56. that was the cards first loss of the season. of course, only been 2 games. however, their schedule does not get much easier. just this month alone. they've got 3 matchups with opponents ranked in the top 25. >> so going to be a long season and they want to repeat as champs and i saw they got their rings today to yeah. so pretty special was ruined by the loss. right hard to like celebrate exactly. but they looked into the always makes a look at the makes things a little bit. that's partly later on the home tonight. kay, thank you.
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