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kids. the wrong live in the newsroom with details of what happened. and an east bay. jewelry store robbed during business hours. display cations smashed. we're going have a live report on exactly what happened. >> and global supply chain issues are now impacting small t here in the bay area. >> from the bay. area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news at 6. >> the clock getting ready for work and school of how we work at school. too early for little kids come up yet. it's 06:00am. no, they don't want to be up. for school. to roll out of it at the last second. so our but as far as right now dark and early as we like to call it to go another. john. yes, still definitely to art. still definitely early and a little on the foggy side. for many of us, too. so as you are venturing outside. >> to get to school to get to work or whatever. you have to be doing this tuesday morning.
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just know that we do have some dense fog advisories, especially for inland valleys and some pockets out there where visibility is being affected currently looking outside in san francisco right along the embarcadero skies are clear enough right along the bay. it is really those inland areas, especially out towards solano county and then eventually into this central valley where we are looking at some of our worst of visibility at times this morning. livermore concord and surroundong areas. we'll see some of that dense fog blocking out the view. so taking a little bit. slower never a bad idea to give yourself the extra time. as for current temperatures, bring it out in the 50's pretty much across the entirety of the bay area. a couple of 40 showing up in the for this northern regions of the bay. i will be talking about any sort of chance of rain in this forecast all still to come right now. john, thank you for that. so now we are starting to see a few accidents out there. this one in walnut creek, southbound just north of highway 24 starting to see a slight delay as you're traveling along 6.80, another one in oakland northbound 13 and westbound 24 have not seen any delay.
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>> as a result of this traffic collision will keep a close eye on that. they're in oakland. >> heading into the city traffic building near a little under 14 minutes. they turn the metering lights on. >> and no major issues along 5.88 hate across towards the peninsula a little under 14 and we'll leave you with a look at the richmond. sandra fell commute. a little under not as you're traveling out of richmond. dorian james, back to you. thanks a lot a 6. '02, and our top story. this one want to get to what happened to about a dozen in the bay area when they went to get their covid vaccine, right. they got the wrong kind of shot the wrong dosage show said this was at the sutter health center in antioch. >> the hospital. they're promising to make changes. so this doesn't happen going forward. but the question is, was this harmful to the i got more vaccine than the cdc recommended. we're cropper sarah stinson in the newsroom with a closer look like too much of a good or is it ok, sir. it seems from what health officials of a told us so far they'll be ok, but of course, this is concerning for
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parents, especially those who have been affected. >> knowing 14 kids. the wrong dosage of this kid's pfizer vaccine this morning, though, we're getting some more details from southern health about what happened. let's take a look. doctor jimmy hugh, the chair of the hospital's covid-19 vaccine task force and his pediatrician. you wrote saying, quote, this weekend 14 patients any a pediatric vaccine clinic. receive vaccines with an incorrect amount of dilution as soon as we learned of this, we contacted the parents and advise them of the cdc guidance in the situation. doctor hugh continue to say the safety of our patients is a top priority and we immediately reviewed our processes to help make sure this doesn't happen again. now to break this down for the for you. the vaccine is supposed to be diluted before being administred. but southern health saying they didn't dilute properly giving over a dozen kids. the wrong dosage the vaccine for kids. ages 5 to 11 years old is supposed to be about a 3rd of the amount
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given to teens and adults. so that's kind of where the concern comes in right. the hospital says according to the cdc patients who received the vaccine with an incorrect delusion volume may experience more arm soreness fatigue, headache, or a fever in response to the dose given this is the first time we're really hearing about a dosage mix-up being reported in the bay area. but unfortunately this has happened. a handful of times already in several states across the country. no severe symptoms or deaths have been reported for kids giving him a higher dose. now we have reached out to several health officials this morning to address any concerns of parents may have after hearing this story. so stay tuned for that. unfortunately, sutter health has declined giving us an interview. is that the statements all are going to give. but we have reached out to ucsf. so hopefully we can get you more details specially those parents who are still looking forward to getting their kids vaccinated back to you. all right, sarah, thank you very much.
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>> now the vaccine is approved for the younger kids. counties are trying to make. there are clinics kid friendly. so take a look. this site in santa clara county. the fairgrounds they have 2 different sections. one for the adults and obviously that's not this 1. for the kids. it's more fun like they have a jungle playground, toys games and even scavenger hunt. anything to distract the kids from the fact that they're about to get a needle in the arm and sounds like the tactic is working really nice to >> environment where kids are afraid to. get their shot and just feel so cool to be here. >> was he a parents actually in this cause. it's a very nice environment for the children. other little children, very smart kid 34,000 people have so far gotten their shots there. and i'm talking about the 5 to 11 year-olds at that. they've gotten their first shot. so things have gone well. they are adorable and very brave. good job. kids and parents and students gathered outside the state capitol.
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>> to protest the vaccine mandate. the state has for students that are kindergarten through 12th grade last month. the governor announced that requirement to go to school in person, you have to have the shot. it's the second time in the last month that we have seen some protests at the capitol over this. the protesters say that it's not that they're anti-vaccine. they're just anti mandate. they want the choice. >> well, in san francisco, doctors are concerned that the closure of walgreens pharmacies could impact vaccine distribution. walgreens is set to close 5 stores in the city by the end of the month because of rampant cefs and shoplifting. 2 locations closed yesterday and another is going to close tomorrow. these closures are already affecting people's ability to fill their normal prescriptions. little on the vaccine. ucsf infectious disease specialist doctor peter chin-hong also worries that kids and adults will have less access to covid vaccine as well. >> you want to meet people where they are with vaccines. we've seen that really play
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out in an important factor in previous rule out so you know, it's it's going to have an impact by taking away 5 walgreens. that means 5 locations that may be more convenient to some people versus other its and if somebody uses that as an excuse may be to door that's a missed opportunity. >> yeah. as we approach the holidays. doctor chin-hong is hoping that more people, especially those 65 and older sign up to get those booster shots. >> and in san francisco, the vaccination rate is now 80%. and thanks to that high number, the city is getting ready to launch a new outdoor concert series. you saw the mayor there announcing the new sf live initiative outside of the music la bottom of the hill and that's just one of the venues, the bay area that was really hard hit in the pandemic with no live music. so the city is now investing 2 and a half million dollars to bring concerts back to city parks and plazas and there use
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the money for things including performance fees and permits. >> what we're talking about is being able to support outdoor performances in and around these incredible live music venues to really remind folks of the magic of music and to ensure that we are keeping folks employed and bringing people back to these incredible establishments. >> so they're still working out the details on that. but they're thinking it could be in the in the new year. and i i forgot to tell you, i went to my first concert. since the pandemic get super diamond. neil diamond. oh, yeah. crack or you know, the songs, right. craig limos, you make how about i want remember this sound different than that. then how you say 6. '08, is the time supply chain problems. >> and they start to have a major impact even on small businesses here in the bay area. mayfield, which co-owns k fico in san francisco says that most business owners are having a lot of problems just
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getting products, things that used to arrive in about 6 weeks before the pandemic can now take up to 6 months and some farmers are paying a premium just to pick their crops. and that's a cost that's now being passed on to restaurants and then ultimately to you the diner. >> when you look at the pricing at a restaurant and things are going up. you know, people just need to be aware that, you know, a lot of these restaurants are not trying to get rich right there trying to survive. >> he says a lot of restaurants are also struggling with debt on top of the supply problem. so it's a 1, 2, punch. also happening today in the east bay the walnut tree city council's thinking about creating a buffer zone around planned parenthood clinics to prevent clashes between protesters and patients. so far this year. police have been called out 42 times to stop protesters from harassing patients patients at the clinics, oakland boulevard location, oakland, napa and san francisco already have buffer zone ins in place and tonight's meeting in walnut creek is set for 06:00pm. we'll see what they decide.
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>> it's 6. '09. and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news the president, as you probably know, signed a new infrastructure bill into law. so what's it mean for the bay area. we'll take a look and lake tahoe, ski resorts. it was so excited to open this weekend. but it turns out the warm weather wasn't so good for the conditions will have an update on when you can ski and snowboard. john can still get pretty warm out there to we've got daytime highs again today climbing into the upper 60's. even some low 70's. >> holding off on any sort of rain potential for a few more bout still ahead. and tracking a few accidents out there out on our highways this morning. >> and a look at your commute times. we'll have that and more wants to get back from break.
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>> we're back. 6.13, is the time sad to report to some resorts open this year saying they have to delay. they're opening now because of the recent warm weather that sort of melted all the snow at run look so good. i know actually back before it melt yeah. so now it's yeah. heaven. and one of them that kind of snow is not great and it do'sn't stick in the kind of a son on and on that's the problem. so you heavenly and northstar to guess we're aiming for this weekend are now going to be delayed tbd. >> after thanksgiving, at least at least at but i do want to mention if you want to save money and you do want to ski at some point is going to be great. ski season are at
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least it's good. we know we will this week. that deal runs out. so if you want to get a vail pass, which is north star heavily. anything like that. you get a significant i did. and i don't work for them. i'm just going to get passed. you get like 20% off, but you got to buy a bye this week. so he like, i'm not going to get a whole season, but i'm going to get a day or 2. you could use it anytime. it's a lot cheaper or and i know to be there at some point. i mean, every now and then we get a little, you know, spurts of snow. in fact, i think we have one coming up, the end of the week, john, is it going to be a snow maker. so we do have some snow from it. it's big one, though. definitely not going to be a season opener for a lot of these it does look like it may be a post thanksgiving ski season even though we did see. >> some of our resorts at least hopeful that we were going to be coming through with that snow after. >> 3 weeks ago we saw some heavy snow up there has just indeed been too warm and you can actually see what that's done to routes. like i 80 not even a lot of snow left right on the side of the road right there. that just shows you how much melt we have had
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gradually occurring due to these warmer temperatures. now here in the bay area today. we will eventually see some sunshine and warmth ourselves. we're starting the morning with some cloud cover and even some fog enough so that dense fog advisories are in effect across the north bay in napa, sonoma and marin counties. inland east bay out into the central valley. these will take us through the morning commute. so taking a little bit slower out there. you know what to do when you encounter those lower lower visibility pockets actually saw a weak frontal boundary pushing through last night. this has resulted in some light snowfall out towards the central sierra, especially around yosemite national park down towards those upper towards the crest of the sierra nevada. aside from this, though. it's not been a very powerful system. so that's we do remain dry. and after some cloud cover this morning. we'll be looking at some mostly sunny skies later on today. tonight, cloud cover increases tomorrow. partly cloudy skies. our next chance of rainfall holds off until thursday night into friday morning. as far as rainfall potential here goes. it is
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definitely nothing significant that also applies to snowfall. not adding up to enough to make a sizable difference in the sierra just yet. santa rosa, by the time we reach thursday night into friday morning could see nearly a quarter of an inch of rainfall. most of the rest of us hanging out around a 10th of an inch of rainfall from the system. so really light round of rain to close out the week. again. that's thursday night into friday morning temperatures today in the 60's staying dry out there. for now just as we did over the weekend and through yesterday as well. some pretty familiar weather at this point. not a lot of changes in today's forecast. we're keeping with those upper 60's to just a few low 70's in areas like castro valley, san leandro and walnut creek right at 70 degrees. antioch. it's 68 degrees. same for you in napa. pittsburgh in vacaville. well, low 70's in sonoma and nevado tomorrow's daytime highs don't change at all. compared to today's we will be a touch cooler come thursday. showers late on thursday into early friday and then we dry back out into the
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weekend. thanks for that is traffic starts to pick up out there on this tuesday morning. there are some accidents to tell you about. >> southbound 6.80, just north of highway 24 in walnut creek. so we are starting to see slowing along 6.80 same with your in oakland, just not as bad as of a delay northbound 13 westbound 24 another accident. they keeping a close eye on traffic is building here at the bay bridge. not seen any hazards, though they turned the metering lights on to little under 14 minutes. once you reach the maze to that fremont street exit heading across towards the peninsula. little under 14 for you there and out of richmond a little under 9 to make it across towards sandra fell darya james, back to you. >> thanks a lot a 6.17 and the breaking news just found out bay area. congresswoman jackie spear is not going to run for reelection. know she made the announcement this morning on twitter. she posted a video and here's a portion of it. 43 years ago this week. i was lying on an airstrip in the jungles of guyana with 5 bullet holes in my body.
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>> i vowed that if i survived, i would dedicate my life to public service. i lived and i served it's been a remarkable journey that has surpassed my wildest dreams. i'm announcing that i will not be a candidate for reelection to congress in 2022. it's time for me to come home. time for me to be more than a weekend wife mother and friend. it's been an extraordinary privilege and honor to represent the people. the san mateo county and san francisco at almost every level of government for nearly 4 decades. i have been deeply touched by your support during good times and bad. you've given me the latitude to fashion legislation truly changed the lives. thousands upon thousands of people. along the way. i've met great human beings who are filled with goodness and generosity.
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many of them have become close personal friends that i treasure. there's still another year of representing your interests in congress and i intend to do my level best to support you in every way. there's also another chapter or 2 in my book of life. and i intend to contribute to you the communities. i love on the peninsula and in san francisco. and the country. it has given me so much. i have never forgotten that. i've been given the opportunity to serve because of you. the office holds the power, not. as i leave, i want to convey my deepest appreciation to you and urge you to protect our precious democracy. it is fragile. and vulnerable. god bless you. god bless our troops. and god bless america.
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all right, kids. so you can look at route that if you're confused by her being and diana with a bullet holes and that was 1978. there was the san francisco based caught. >> and so she was on fact-finding mission with the congressman there to investigate jim jones and in that in that whole compound. 900, 9 people died and the assemblyman that she was with the congressman. he was assassinated. yeah. so here she was a aid to him and she was wounded but made it home. so that was kind of the backstory on that. they all drank poison kool aid and that gave birth to the now. >> a popular phrase. if you believe so deeply in something you're drinking the coup lay them. yeah. that's where so she'll be up for well, that seat now will be up for. the november 2022 election. we'll see who decides to run. >> all right. in the there are other stories that we're working on this morning. so we've got lots ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news.
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>> 6.23. so let's talk turkey. choppers may have trouble finding turkeys it at grocery stores, although we've surveyed the studio yet, but he seems to know richard the
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way has grocery allen has times when i want to anyway. but lower inventory is impacting some communities from coast to coast really karma. dickerson went to a tricky ranch county to see what the impact is there. >> i'm here with thousands of local turkeys headed to a store near you. this thanksgiving. but just because there are plenty of them doesn't mean you might not have trouble finding the one you're looking this holiday. >> you know, a lot of the very large or players didn't have the labor in the summer or maybe didn't have supplies. what have you are a multitude of things in the summer time to process all those small frozen turkeys that's still out for 4 generations or family has been raising turkeys in sonora and yes, there and is managing some of the same shortages seen worldwide we've struggled to get boxes and packaging. and, you know, co 2. but despite the cea birds do still, turkey rant is considered small by
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industry standards and that's worked to their advantage in a few ways. for example. when we visited last friday, 13 days from thanksgiving. these 3300 hands were about a day away from heading to the refrigerator section, not the freezer aisle. to be our smaller. you know, we have a lot of programs that are more fresh are, you know, deep chilled programs versus strictly frozen programs. so a lot of that inventory reporting is based off of like a frozen inventory where our inventory wouldn't have been put up get. that means diesel is harvesting turkeys in the fall where as many medal farms or packaging turkeys in summer. >> so heidi and her family had a heads up about the struggles to come. we kind. of some of the challenges because we produce later. so we saw some of the challenges that the end she was facing at large. and so we got extra vendors on hand to help supply. we kind of pivoted on a few packages that were in greater supply. meanwhile, demand is up. heidi
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says while diesel overwhelmingly cells to stores concerns about supply has customers. contacting diesel directly. i think that will be enough product as long as we have drivers to get them everywhere that they need to go. >> you know, there's there's probably going to be a unique variety of sizes and maybe, you know, if you're waiting. >> a few days before thanksgiving or, you know, even a week prior you may not get exactly the size. you're gplooking for. so as seems to b recurring advises holiday season if you're particular about which turkey ends up on your table plan ahead. >> kate shop, early know just turn to be off. so much she just said that in a day they will be in the refrigerator section and now i don't eat the turkey now. thanks a lot. karma ignore comes from comes from. but yeah, i didn't want to see that. and now it's too late to many of us will still enjoy turkey. this thanksgiving will you enjoy that what's coming up.
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don't bring an week away from already purchased their turn. john said it didn't upset. and although you did that in the movie chicken run there is a direct connection between those turkeys which pretty and yeah, that are little to okay. a little it was still get i mean, you guys are too. yeah. maybe skip the him, w% are going to be looking at some clear skies later on today for now, it is foggy in grain for a lot of the bay area. so foggy in fact, we actually do have dense fog advisories for portions of the north bay. the inland east bay and especially the central valley. >> your view outside right now at san francisco does show less than sunny conditions. in fact, the top of the transamerica pyramid is pocan right up into that low gray that we do have across parts of the bay. as far as visibility goes, you will see an impact, especially for those inland valleys conquered in livermore at points today. you will be seeing that lower visibility. see, you know what to do just give yourself a
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little extra time. you don't want to be russian 3 any sort of fog current temps are in the 50's. so it is a cool start to this morning. bundle up and look forward to some 60's and some sunshine later on don, thank you for that. we've been closely tracking some accidents along 6.80. we have a new one that popped up southbound 6.80 and monument boulevard. so start to see delays all the way into conquer. >> as you're traveling along there. traffic also building on the bay bridge not seen any accidents or hazards, just people are traveling this morning and that turned the metering lights on. so 5, 8080 also moving along the slip some slowing to berkeley as you're traveling headed across towards the peninsula. little under 15 minutes to make that drive and the south bay. let's check on conditions. a one. oh one from 85 to the low park about 29 minutes. 2 3785 82. no major issues started james, back to you. >> 43 years ago this week. i was lying on an airstrip in the jungles of guyana with 5 bullet holes in my body. i
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vowed that if i survived, i would dedicate my life to public service. i lived and i served it's been a remarkable journey that has surpassed my wildest dreams. and now bay area congresswoman jackie spears has decided that she is not going to run for reelection. >> she's just going to finish out this year. yeah. that was video. she posted on twitter this morning making that announcement. so her congressional seat district 4, which represents much of the peninsula will be up for grabs come november of next year. 6.32. is a time and a big story that we're following out of the east bay is this dive in place in concord at the sun valley mall. >> it's open their customers and their 9 guys, the >> don't even imagine. yeah. brazen to say the least. kron four's will tran live for us out at the sun valley mall. now with more on this will. the mall was still open and 9 guys come storming in. >> reportedly as many as 9 suspects came inside. james and this happened at 7 o'clock
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last night. so is fully open the lights are on. so it wasn't something that happened in the overnight hours. in fact, employees were inside probably dealing with customers when they burst inside. let me show you the video. look at all that glass that was shattered. so instead of making sales. they had to clean up all of the damage. the destruction. we don't know how much jewelry was taken from iceberg diamonds. but you can see the case. it is clear from where they are sweeping all of the glass as far as the description of the suspects that's still being worked on, but it being at mall and a jewelry store more than likely this morning, guys. the concord police department that they have their hands on the surveillance footage. they're looking at it. and then we will hopefully hear from the concord police department so they can give us that footage and a description of the suspects to pass along to you. the good news is from that video that we saw. we did not see anybody injured, but again, the investigation continues. daria, you said a
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great word at 5.30, because they are reportedly so many people involved at a time when it was fully open 7 o'clock. let's face it, there are people walking not just inside the store but at the mall area itself for them to burst in there knowing that malls have security. i think the proper word, like you said. are you at 5.30. it was a heist like you and will you covered a ton of these kind of smash and >> and normally their clothes, especially one as jewelry store. the fact that no one was hurt. i don't even understand how they got out of the mall and thank god nothing went wrong. yeah. that nobody was hurt. i'm sure the employees at the diamond store. they've been told before it's not worth your life. not worth intervening. and let's face it, no matter how brave you i think when you see 9 people in reportedly they had cameras, of course. yeah. to break those cases. >> you would have to be a really tough employee. the
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want to jump in and then i'm sure they told not to jump yeah or not. not not smart. windows are right. all right. we'll look for that video. if your will to get your hands on that now abc some surveillance today. thank you. will. >> 6.34 is the time in the east bay opened city leaders are calling on police to solve more problems of violent crimes. they've seen a rise in violent crimes. no arrests have been made so far in the weekend crimes that happen. there's a shooting, a drive by and a mother and her daughter in oakland were injured there on sterling drive on sunday night bullets flew and you can see the full front of the window there than here. lake merritt also has had some violent incidents recently, a man and a woman were shot along the lakeshore yesterday morning and the last thursday a woman was shot and killed near the lake. one city council member suppresses police need to do more. >> this is happening way too frequently and it is maddening. we have to engage with family members who we know have a weapon and, you know, may be considering using it. that we really plead with
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him convince them that there are other ways to resolve issues challenges that they're facing. >> kron 4 reached out to the oakland police, but we haven't gotten any more details about what they plan to do in or suspects in those recent shootings. and today oakland mayor libby shaft is going out. a new program to help prevent homelessness. the mayor is going to be joined by community leaders and they're launching this new rental assistance pilot program. the hope is that they can save people from being displaced in the first place. that would cut down on homelessness. the mayor is expected to make an announcement at 1015, this morning. >> speaking of oakland, it's trying to stop all the illegal dumping that has plagued the city. in fact, oakland is making it easier for people to get rid of some of this unwanted. well, both the items from mattresses to couches. kron four's. haaziq mod-yoon has the story. >> in the fight to eliminate illegal dumping sites like these. the city of oakland announces that all residents
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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 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. >> oakland city councilmember noel welcomes the changes too. bulky waste trash service, which he says is a major problem in the fruitvale district. let me be very straight. i have never seen oakland at this level when it comes to the blight. >> the street conditions, the
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illegal dumping that. >> and all my life and having more options for our community is critical we've invested in our garbage blitz crews. we've invested in all key block parties at edgewater and now our residents can both the block party any day, but they want right here at this facility at davis street for more information on dates and times for schedule in a free bulky waste, pickup or drop-off. >> log on to oakland. recycles dot com. as the mud. kron 4 news. well, california's top fire official is stepping down. cal fire chief thom porter announcing that he's going to be retiring on december 10th. >> he led california to some of the most intensive wildfire seasons we've seen in the state's history. more than 7 million acres burned between this year and last year and he says it's time to hang it up. >> i truly believe that. his is goal was to put that many women of cal fire first. and so i think he did the best he could with what was given to
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him. >> yeah. porter said that he will be returning to san diego to focus on family and to focus on himself. >> actor danny glover who is also from san francisco is back trying to met a new effort to help the black community by paying reparations glover and other community leaders. you can see here talked about a program with donating to the fillmore heritage center is just new nonprofit and then they would serve as reparations to black communities. they're saying that, you know, they they want to give back because of programs. they say that were designed historically to remove black people and black families from the area. and now they want to support those families. glover spoke to the crowd. >> we have to recreate. re. imagine the possibility all where it is whether a weather. we working class. what we have to rebuild this that and that's what it it not
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delivering on the promise. promise >> glover says the city needs new leadership that will fight more for diversity. >> 6.39. is the time. amazon will have to pay $500,000 and publicize the covid case numbers among its employees. it's all part of a first of its kind judgment announced by california attorney general rob bonta. he had a news conference yesterday said that amazon failed to adequately notify its workers at their warehouses and also local health officials of the case numbers in their staff as part of a deal with the department of justice. amazon has agreed now to modify its covid notification system. it also has to submit now to more stringent monitoring and it will have to pay $500,000 to the state for further enforcement. >> the key focus here is that the health and safety of our workers. the practices that are enshrined embodied in 8685 to make sure that workers are being notified when they're exposed to make sure that there's a sanitation plan to make sure that the local
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health agencies are notified so they can intervene as appropriate. >> now, bonta wouldn't say if the state is looking into other big companies, but he's hoping that this amazon judgment. we'll send a message to all industries. >> 6.40 right now and today jurors are going to begin deliberating the fate of kyle rittenhouse. he is on trial for shooting 3 men during protests in kenosha, wisconsin and 2 of those men died. prosecutors say the rittenhouse provoked a confrontation. but the defense says that he feared for his life. 18 jurors have been listening to the trial the whole time and now 12 of them are going to have their names drawn at random and they will deliberate his fate. hundreds of national guard troops, meantime, are on standby in the city as we await the verdict and businesses are boarded up just in case. the california department of water resources issued a danger
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advisory for lake del val and alameda county because of an algae bloom and now normally this. we have problems video from the summer because people like to swim. probably not swimming time right now, but they say you should keep your pets out of the water because they can, you know, get curtain, algae blooms. it can be bad for their health. the department usually issues this advisory when the blue green algae is found in the water. and so it's not uncommon, i guess, but it's happened again. >> 6.42. is the time. we'll take a quick break here. but still ahead, all we're going talk about that 40 niner game. did you miss it? we'll have some highlights for you for thore who watched it. we'll celebrate once again that amazing win last night. foggy in pockets this morning. one of those spots being sfo where you can see the runway but not much behind it. >> we will be looking at increasingly clear skies later on and daytime highs climbing well into the 60's. >> and a few accidents out there is traffic starts to pick up on this tuesday pick up on this tuesday morning. one out of sin
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>> 6.45 right set us behind us. go. yeah. time a little bit foggy out. yeah, yeah. just, you know, the closer, i get, the more i just i keep thanksgiving travel. i really do good whether it's air roads, whatever going to do just kind of get in that patient mindset give yourself maybe 3 hours before your
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flight that you arrive at the air. well, i'm not this is ridiculous. i'll just sleep just sleep. they're like, we've got john watching john just came back from a trip it was bza was monday night in the middle of november. yeah. it was already really pack. yeah. everyone at the airport like the staff was like, oh, we're getting ready because everybody behaving those feel-good. oh, yeah. it was very calm. and i was like just kind of in a good mood. good ready to travel again. seemed like so the mood was good. it seemed like even with the fog that we have out there this morning. >> probably not make it some people's mood. so great at the airport. if there's any delays out there, we are going to be seeing some fog throughout the course of the morning to for your morning commute. you can see in san jose. we've got the low cloud cover, sitting overhead visibility is fine. but where we are seeing the densest. a fog is the inland east bay and portions of the north bay like right along one, a one in napa valley also out to the central valley. some dense fog. so take it a little bit slower out there. we are seeing some lower visibility in pockets, especially further inland
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otherwise skies are nice and dry. we saw a weak frontal boundary pushing past us yesterday resulted in some sprinkles in upper elevations. little bit of light snowfall up in the sierra bay area. stay dry, though, because of this high pressure ridge that we do have in place. this is going to keep us dry throughout the course of the day today after this gray start that we're in the midst of skies will clear out nicely towards the afternoon. partly cloudy tonight. partly cloudy into tomorrow as well. but staying dry today, tomorrow and through daytime hours on thursday. our next chance of rain arrives thursday night into friday morning and you can see in future cast what that's going to do for us. it's not a big rainmaker, but just enough to leave us with around a 10th of an inch of rain in oakland and hayward a little less than that. sf in half moon bay and nearly a quarter of an inch in santa rosa. these are some lighter totals right here. so it's our low chance of rainfall this week. we'll certainly take it. any sort of downsides that rainfall going to be minimal, not enough to be seeing any flooding risk nevado as well as areas like walnut creek in
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castro valley right at 70 today. concord, you'll be at 69 while oakland freeman san jose eventually rise up to 68 tomorrow. much like today. some upper 60's for you. we will see a slightly cooler thursday and friday with that best chance of rainfall. as i mentioned thursday night into friday morning. reena don, thank you for that. all right. we've got some activity out on the roadways here in el serino 80 westbound east of cutting boulevard. >> we got an accident there. so we are starting to see some delays on to san pablo of into el sobrante, a good alternate. always san pablo avenue which runs just adjacent to that all readings tunnel, another accident here, northbound 6.80, north of and ron a road. so we are seeing a slight delay, a lost 6.80 heading into the city right now. looks like we have a traffic hazard, 80 westbound right near the treasure island exit could be a stalled vehicle, but it is blocking one of the lanes. so we have a slight uptick in traffic. a little under 18 minutes to make it to that fremont street exit as you head across towards the peninsula. no major delays. a
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little under 60 minutes. and southbound 6.80, at monument l - boulevard. they just removed that we still do have residual delays target. james, back to you. thanks a lot a 06:40am forty-niners finally won one home. >> o. oh, yes. going all the way saying after last night's performance straight to the super bowl after we safely. get a lot more games ahead. but it was so fun to see them upset the rams, the divisional rival in monday night football. the eyes of the nation watching in point, the niners really came through time and kron four's kate rooney takes a peek. >> 393 days. that's how long it had been since the forty-niners last won a game at levi stadium and that one back on october 18th 2020 was against the rams. so could the forty-niners pull up a much needed repeat on monday. turns out they not only could but they could do so in dominant fashion, the fog was rolling in at levi stadium for monday night football and jimmy
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played. well, the last couple weeks looking to silence all the critics and keep the niners season alive first possession for the rams. matthew stafford. goes for the deep ball. right into the arms of forty-niners cd, jimmie ward full was nowhere near odell beckham junior and that. >> set the tone for this one early in suing forty-niners possessions, ticker aapl o finds george kittle, one of his favorite targets kettle second touchdown of the season. he had 5 catches for 50 yards. 7. nothing niners. so the rams got the ball back their own 24 stafford looking for tyler higbee. >> and it bounces out of his hands right into the and this time he takes it to the house. a pick-six makes it 14. nothing san francisco. more coming up, a quad injury has the best game of his career. we go to the 2nd quarter. same score stafford looking for higbee again. and this time he connected be just getting in
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there for the 10 yard touchdown. the rams right back in this one just down by 7 next, forty-niners drive garoppolo looking to answer the handoff to deebo samuel. there he goes. making guys miss and he gets in for the touchdown. that's where the the celebration. go ahead. deebo levi's stadium. meanwhile, going nuts for that. when i heard the even did the wave in there. one point. >> 2721 7 niners at the half 4th quarter. now forty-niners up by 11. >> 4th and goal. garoppolo fires divo. >> he gets away from the defense said he is off to the races. >> how about this 5 carries 5 receptions a 133 total yards and 2 touchdowns for samuel. he's so good. niners. just pouring it on now. next rams possession. check out this play throw appears to be picked up by king juan williams who makes an incredible catch with hand. but a pass interference penalty on sf ultimately gave la the first down still have to leave that one. and this is what sealed the deal for the
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forty-niners on monday. stafford getting trucked by arden key. yeah, that would do it. the defense held the rams at bay. all game in the forty-niners win. 3110. they have now won 5 in a row against the rams. san francisco improves to 4, 5, and just like that, the playoffs are still a viable option. let's hear from head coach kyle shanahan and jimmy garoppolo is fine. >> taking a lot of this year. personally someone just say taking personally as well leads to that. but we were very embarrassed about last week and every aspect and. you know, it could have been few things this i know that some of these to that. but we definitely played our best game all around i think being gunther down i just what we were that really helped everything just. >> we can convert stand the i've said before double like all my football defense like we did night. it's a good recipe for us. >> best game for jimmy and one of the best games for the
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forty-niners of the season so far. can they keep it up their next opponent is jacksonville. that's a road trip will see if they can build on this momentum. okay, we'll win lose. whatever i took away 2 things. number one, how can we tell when jimmy dresses up because sometimes he's in a suit like he's going to ask ers and this time it was casual. >> still looks like it's going to red carpet. well, sure. yeah, it doesn't take much. but then also day you can catch with your but apparently that's great. that's you can, ok. well, watch for that. next. speaking of all the road warriors also going to be on the road. >> in brooklyn taking on the nets and kevin durrant tip off at 04:30am tonight. we have another game to watch and another game to watch and enjoy. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ ♪ another game to watch and enjoy. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ ♪
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and her pup it. here is 41 year-old. kathleen kim, a korean american as well. chest like the puppet channeling so you'll see that on sesame street this fall. we'll take a quick break on the kron 00:00am morning news coming up, breaking news. >> we're hearing from congresswoman jackie spear announcing that she will not seek reelection to congress full announcement. coming up, the top of the 7 o'clock hour. and we're also following the latest with covid some children in the bay area actually received the wrong dose of their vaccine will tell you where it happened and
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>> from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news. >> yeah. the breaking news the breaking news. the congresswoman jackie spear. >> has announced that she is not going to be running for reelection. she represents a good bit of san mateo county and she made the announcement on twitter about an hour ago. >> 43 years ago this week. i was lying on an airstrip in the jungles of guyana with 5 bullet holes in my body. i vowed that if i survived, i would dedicate my life to public service. i lived and i served it's been a remarkable journey that has surpassed my wildest dreams.


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