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of oakland is try to make it easier for people who live there to get rid of their unwanted large items. think old mattresses tires. dishwashers will aim it. if you've been it is unbelievable and the mess. >> as kron four's haaziq mod-yoon reports. first, though, it's the city's latest effort to reduce illegal dumping. >> in the fight to eliminate illegal dumping sites like these. the city of oakland announces that all residents can now schedule bulky waste drop-off appointments with waste management at no charge here at the davis street resource and recovery complex in san leandro. the expanded service will also cut out the middleman for oakland renters who no longer have to coordinate with their landlords to get their bulky waste picked up for the first time. >> renters will have direct access to schedule their bulky item collection. and if you can't do that, you always have the opportunity to come to
davis street disposable dispose of the material has a 25 year of them as id. and i know i'm happy to have this extra free service. that having been a former mentor. i'm just really happy that other renters can now reach out directly to waste management to set up their appointment. >> east oakland city councilmember tree. the reid says enforcement is also important. she would like to see the city's privacy advisory commission indoors using resources already budgeted to install surveillance cameras that problem dumping sites. we've got to do more to enforce and we know that a part of that enforcement that we have been lifting up. >> is to get more enforcement cameras out into our community to target those hot spots. however, according to city councilmember noel there is no reason to wait for the approval of the advisory commission to re install surveillance cameras that were once used to enforce existing illegal dumping loves. it is not up to the put privacy commission. >> they're only an advisory commission.
>> the city council's responsible with the lawmakers. the only advice and we've got to put those cameras back and plays. >> in the meantime, both council members say they welcome waste management expanding service for residents who legally dispose of their unwanted just has he met hugh grant for news. >> all right. let's get a quick look at some of the other news happening across the bay on this monday evening beginning again in the east bay where the walnut creek city council there considering creating what they're calling a buffer zone around planned parenthood to try and cut down on confrontations between protesters and patients is being discussed right now at tonight, city council meeting. no word yet on the final decision. but we will have an update for you when we find out more fremont police officer has been released from the hospital after being injured in a crash that happened on saturday. the officer was responding to a call about a prowler when the crash happened on niles canyon road. a passenger from the other car involved in the drove themselves to a local emergency when the officer is
now recovering at home. >> in the south bay. if you want to avoid the high gas prices and maybe fly to thanksgiving dinner instead of driving. there's a change in san jose's airport. you should know about travelers can now make parking reservations online reservations are now open for the economy. lot. the new parking program also includes license plate recognition software and touchless entry and exits. airport officials say they're planning for more than 400,000 passengers to visit the airport in the 11 days surrounding thanksgiving. in the north bay. people in one petaluma neighborhood are now allowed to leave their homes again after being told to stay inside for many hours because there's a big ol bear up in a nearby tree. police say this guy who hung out the redwood tree from about 2 o'clock sunday morning until 10 that night. longtime north bay animal services says the bear was estimated to be 4 to 500 pounds. and since it is coming for bears to be up in trees.
the 30's eventually made the call to just let the bear come % down on its own. police say the bear was last seen heading towards the petaluma golf and country club. if you had a tee time, if you spot the bear, they say, though, in all best advice is to stay away from the van. but that's good. common sets the san francisco and oakland police departments now have funding to roll out traffic services programs to try to help stop dangerous driving the department's were awarded grants from the california office for public safety oakland police got $500,000. san francisco awarded 175,000. both agencies say they'll be using the money to spread awareness to drivers about california's hands-free cell phone law. also installing dui checkpoints and adding patrols. 5 time for weather check. what a gorgeous weekend. we have lots of sunshine temperatures. well above the average numbers up in the 70's today starting to see some changes. those clouds
really begin to move into our skies. and now we're watching those temperatures. >> coming down quite a bit for highs today. still, i have the clouds out there, but no delays being reported at sfo oakland or san jose at this hour, we're looking good right now. we do have changes, though. a big dome of high pressure finally begin to weekend and all that rain. the been in the city northwest starting to slide further to the south making its way into far northern california. see it right there. no rain for us. but a lot of cloud cover outside. we're going to see that on and off throughout the night tonight and the fine in the system going to kind of roll through california, bring with the clouds. but on the backside, we start to get back into that sunshine again, temperatures out there right now. we've got some 50's and some 60's this hour with mostly cloudy skies looks like overnight tonight. we'll see a whole lot of cloud cover and then tomorrow you're going to start off with some clouds early on. and then as we head through the day that front comes through the skies clear out our temperatures getting warmer by tomorrow afternoon. i think we'll see some of those numbers pop back in the 70's and some of the warmest spot. so that cold front going to work its way through the
bay area kind of fall apart as it comes through high pressure taking care of us should keep us dry for the short term in the long term, things begin to change long range forecast for you showing the clouds rolling on through there. but staying dry and then here comes your next front that will move late in the day on thursday continuing into possibly friday morning, bringing some showers. the main focus that will be north of the golden gate bridge. but a chance some showers. but after that things begin to dry out again. there's one little curious feature moving in. i think early next week right around the one of the busiest travel days of the year right before thanksgiving, we could be talking about some more rain drops in the bay area. guys, back to you. >> all right, lawrence. coming up, the kyle rittenhouse murder trial is in the homestretch is both sides delivered their closing arguments.
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prosecutors conceding that rittenhouse's rifle was not short-barrel alright talk to 6 is dismissed on monday. closing arguments also underway for the jury. the prosecution making the case that kyle rittenhouse lost the right to claim self-defense when he brought a semiautomatic rifle to kenosha arguing rittenhouse created a dangerous situation. he loses the right to self-defense. you can not. >> claim self-defense against a danger you create. that's critical right here. if your the one was threatening. others. you lose the right to claim self-defense rittenhouse killed 2 men and wounded a 3rd during a night of protests against racial injustice during the summer of 2020. >> prosecutors have sought to portray rittenhouse as the aggressor while his lawyers claim he was acting in self-defense. other people in this community are shot.
somebody 7 times and it's been found to be okay. >> my client did it 4 times entry quarters of a second to protect his life. >> that was kelly be sun reporting for us tonight after closing arguments names were drawn to determine which 12 of the 18 jurors who heard testimony with deliberate with the rest dismissed as alternates wisconsin's governor is saying that 500 national guard members are prepared for duty in kenosha. if local law enforcement requests >> still ahead, we will sit down with governor newsome to hear about his latest strategy to try and help the ongoing homelessness crisis by trying
governor newsom is pushing his plan to address the state's ongoing homelessness crisis. his latest attempt in la is massive new renovated housing units that focus mainly on people with mental health issues. officials say they hope this could be a model that can then be expanded elsewhere across the state. >> newsome sat down with our lauren lyster in la to lay out the details. >> governor newsome sitting down with us at a los angeles boarding kara type of housing that's the focus of a 3 billion dollar investment is part of his plan to address homelessness. why the investment and what's the plan for these all of us are struggling with what's happening out on the streets and sidewalks at the end of
the day, the thing that really drives people's anger, not just frustration. >> are these encampments intense that seem to be showing up everywhere. getting worse and worse and worse. the governor says a key challenge with chronically homeless adults is severe mental illness. that's the target population with the sporting care facility. >> that's the most challenging 24 7 care in la county, one in 4 people living on the streets. reporters, serious mental illness. part of the governor's budget billions of dollars to buy and rehab board and care homes which can provide rooms meals and round the clock staffing for people with severe behavioral health problems. the goal ending 22,000 new beds. the governor does say it will take time. when do you think people should expect to see results on the streets or what would those results look like to build out new facilities to converse facilities to cite facilities to license facilities to staff facilities. that's not weeks. that's not even months to take years to do that. there's a lot of nimbyism. good morning,
guys. we went out with la county's mental health outreach team to get their firsthand perspective. these workers bring services psychiatrists in prescriptions right to people in encampments like this. the end goal is getting a over their heads. but they say housing and shelter options for those who need serious mental health care are limited. and it's very mentally ill that you need to get them inside and they're willing. where do you put them. >> that's going to be a problem. would more borden care beds help. >> i think more boarding cares will help the situation back at the la boarding care. we met this resident in her case, the court ordered to stay here. 7 months after getting out of jail for robbery to help me get back on my feet in my own health thing. >> get a job or whatever. what would have happened. otherwise when you got out of jail. i want get back in trouble again. >> and had nowhere to go. >> she's hoping the help gets are off the streets where-she spent more than half her life
despite options like this homelessness in la county has been increasing double digits. the governor says he understands the frustration people have about that. we're spending more money than we've ever spent. >> more press conferences. you see these ground breakings and you see governors come in and signing budget. you like why the streets not getting cleaned up and the numbers going up despite the state spending 12 billion dollars on the issue over the last 3 years. why is it that homelessness continues to go up despite those investments measure. we didn't have the interventions. >> just imagine for a minute. we just walked away with into rapid rehousing. we didn't do prevention for evictions. we didn't do the work that would cut. we're doing to make sure people are are not falling through the cracks. those cracks are getting bigger nationwide. the problem has been getting worse and california has the largest homeless population of any state. the magnitude of the problem is such that we're going to have to do more. this is a humanitarian crisis in this country in the pico union district. i'm lauren lyster.
>> gears here for a moment. we're going to take the wide overview shot here of the san francisco on a clear relatively clear night after a pretty foggy morning. yeah. jerry start to the week. >> chief meteorologists large cargo is with boy saturday was beach weather and then yeah, sunday changed. today. it's a like a whole new place. we're back to where need to be right. you can see those changes around the bay area tonight as we'll see those clouds kind of rolling on by not much in the way of rain. but i think we may get a little rain a little bit later on this week hazy out there right now. temperatures today. >> yeah. we really cool down from the 70's. we experienced over the weekend. today we topped out at 60 degrees below the average in the san francisco 61 in oakland 64 degrees in san jose. you can see the effects of the high cloud cover really cut the temperatures way down 6 to do in the more 59 in kaka was all they could do and 58 degrees in santa rosa tonight. you're going to see these lows dropping off. mainly into the
40's and the 50's. so it will be a little bit cooler in some of the valleys. we do see some clearing in the north bay. those temperatures dropping off down the low 40's by day tomorrow. we're going to see a little more sunshine temperatures about 65 degrees downtown san francisco. 63 in daly city 62 degrees in half moon bay inside the bay a little bit warmer 66 in millbrae 66 also in brisbane. you're looking at 70 degrees, possibly in hays in san carlos, the south bay enjoying those temperatures in the 60's and the 70's. so, yeah, we're going to keep things on the warm side, the south bay still may be as high as 70 to live more 73 in union city. so little can rebound a little bit from what we had today as these temperatures going to pop back up a little more sunshine by the middle of the day tomorrow. but about 72 degrees in antioch 74 degrees in sonoma closer. the find dry conditions but cooler weather generally in the 60's out toward the beaches. the next couple of days. we're going to see the temperatures kind of cool off a little bit. the clouds going kind of roll back in. and then i think we're
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>> 4 people were shot sunday night. 2 of them a mother and daughter who were inside their own home will take a look at the most recent president biden signs historic trillion dollar infrastructure bill. how much of that money is coming to california. i'm ken wayne and i'm catherine heenan. the news at 6. coming up next. [laughing and talking] at kaiser permanente, your entire care team is connected,
>> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron 4 news at 6. this is happening way too frequently. >> is maddening just seeing the blatant disregard for human life. >> now it's 6 oakland. police are investigating another series of shootings which happened within 5 hours of each other. one was in east oakland your the other near lake merritt in one of the attacks and 11 year-old girl was wounded. good evening. thanks for joining us for kron 4 news at 6. i'm ken wayne and i'm catherine heenan. pam has the night off a number of investigations are underway tonight in oakland. the latest. >> concerning a mother and daughter who were shot inside their home. kron four's dan kerman reports on that latest violence. >> for many gunfire continues to be the go to method for solving disputes in the city of oakland, the 1030 sunday night. a woman and her 11
year-old daughter were shot while inside a home in the 7500 block of sterling drive both are in stable condition and expected to survive. when i look at. >> you know, 11 year-old girl with my own daughter 12 years old. i can only imagine the trauma that she has gone through and how that's going to stay with her for the rest of her life. >> oakland city council member lauren taylor says police must solve more cases, but he also says violence prevention and intervention efforts must be expanded. >> we have to be treating root causes at the same time that we're stopping the bleeding in addressing the immediate response and i think it's also important that we look at increasing the presence of. both police officers as well as other peace keeping community members that can help too. that her the activity that is the unfortunate occurrence. >> the common piece of lake merritt has also been turned on its head