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>> frequent enough that if it happens to you and you sit there for an hour it you can watch it happen again. >> now. 9 community led effort is helping save to go smash-and-grab victims of reunite with their stolen belongings. good evening, everybody. welcome to the kron 4 news at 9. i'm vicki liviakis and i'm grant lotus with dozens of these car break ins happening every day in san francisco neighbors in the richmond district say. >> a lot of stolen luggage backpacks. other random things. it all ends up being dumped in their neighborhood. a lot of time yet tonight, crime for is that hillary's hacking. she spoke with one of the activists leading this effort. does she joins us now live with the how they're doing this killer. >> well, vicki, it's all through the power of social media. most of the time these neighbors are going online and heading to the next door app posting about the stolen stolen luggage that they found in connecting in that way with other neighbors that have also found the stolen items.
however, one man who started this massive effort about a year ago says he's already helped about 50 tourists and most recently helped the group over the weekend. >> first, it's the shattered glass and then the litter luggage across the streets of san francisco. >> harper city out to about 20th avenue is a place where we just, you know, we find him daily neighbors in the richmond district like mark dietrich say. >> scenes like this are becoming more common in the neighborhood after burglars break into cars at tourist spots like fisherman's wharf in palace of fine arts steal items and then dumped a stolen suitcases when they get they want to make a quick getaway to jump on the golden gate bridge and it spits them out into our neighborhood and soon as this is the first place they can just pull into a parking spot dump it out and some buddies driveway. dietrich says he's found dozens of bags over the last year when he began tracking down victims to bring back their belongings. he says he's already helped about 50 tourists. sometimes is one
backpack. >> i'm a week or 2 ago. it was an entire college women's volleyball team vans were smashed out again out of lands end. it took all of their gear and equipment. it's also sentimental items like this army veterans backpack. >> dietrich says this bag was stolen. most recently. well, the group was visiting from kentucky on saturday. he says one of the victims told him that the bag had survived 2 tours in iraq but couldn't make it past 2 hours in san francisco. dietrich eventually tracked down the backpack and was able to retnrn it to the veteran. meanwhile, on monday, another neighbor found this bag and posted about it on next door. the social media site where many in the city post about the recovered items. somebody message me and i found a bag just over on california street. >> i don't know what to do with it. so i zipped over there. got it. the bag is right here and we have gone through it and there's there's no identification is
absolutely nothing in these cases. >> the chick will turn it over to police while this community effort isn't stopping the thefts from happening. he says at least this is something anyone can do to help this growing problem. the least we can do is neighbors is, you know, help these poor tourists come here on their vacations. >> and we robbed them the least we can do is is you know, we're walking down the street and this is happening in our neighborhood and lots of other neighborhoods is at least you know, scoop up that you know, the sidewalks littered with with with stolen luggage and trying to figure out how to get back to him. >> now this effort is something that many local networks in the city are now tapping into in banding together to return stolen items. you can also see popular post of stolen items on other networks like facebook or twitter. for now live in san francisco. taylor kron 4 news. >> thank you. taylor small gesture, but a little bit helps. now we are following the latest on a shooting in
san francisco's bayview neighborhood. this is video from the scene, from the citizen app happened in the area of 3rd street in la salle avenue not far from the kirkwood. let's sound muni stop. police say they responded to the scene just after 4 o'clock this afternoon, they found that one man had been shot. he was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. we'll bring you more information as soon as it comes into the newsroom. >> san jose. police have arrested 3 people in connection to an attempted murder case that happened in late august. police say these 3 men assaulted a man and chased the victim on sundown lane right in the middle of the day. officers say one of them pulled a gun and shot the victim in the back. the victim has since recovered from his physical injuries. authorities did not say why this man in particular was attacked. however, investigators say the suspects do also face gun and drug charges. hundreds of thousands of dollars in jewelry just gone in a matter of seconds at a chinatown
store. and tonight san francisco authorities are still looking for the thieves. the break-in happened at longbow jewelers near sacramento and grant. >> conference showing the call he's learned actually, it is not the first time that this particular store has been impact their jewelry stores all around the bay area currently have been the target of a number of let's go ahead. not roll his report. >> the owners of this jewelry store tell me they are just absolutely shaken and disturbed by the break-in that happened early tuesday morning. in fact, it's the second time in just 4 days that they've been targeted. they say that thieves were able to get in and out in less than 3 minutes, taking off with more than a $100,000 worth of items. >> owners of the longbow jewelers in san francisco's chinatown are cleaning up the damage and shattered glass while also counting their losses tuesday morning. the owners say the thieves cut around this lock of the stores gate hammered their way
through the front door and took off with more than $250,000 in merchandise. i think right now what's happening is seems like there's less. >> physical violence. but the robbers are still happen. and they're happening even more aggressively. the bird con is with united peace collaborators. >> a group that has been patrolling bay area asian neighborhoods since attacks on asian americans during the height of the covid-19 pandemic. khan says he was at the same store just saturday afternoon. we're out here saturday. >> roughly about 12 o'clock. and we saw the broken glass and we asked them there were some police officers here writing report. >> khan says at that time he learned from sfpd officers. as many as 4 jewelry stores in chinatown were targeted on saturday. kron 4 has reached out to sfpd to get more details. but so far have yet to hear back the owners of the store too shaken to talk on camera now worried the thieves will come back for a 3rd time.
the owners say they were just months away from retiring after 40 years, almost all owners are kind of scared. >> you they don't know if he a tight. they say people problem and there's no question. and the combat. they're at the point where they're ready to just give up lot of people. now that's been here for a while. you retire. >> and they may not be alone. khan says with rising rents, not enough customers in crime surging. many owners in chinatown could be looking to shut up shop for good. in san francisco's chinatown jonathan mccall kron 4 news. you know, as we mentioned earlier, that's not even the only brazen smash-and-grab that we're following for you tonight. the search is on. >> for a group of armed thieves in the east bay. this one happened at a jewelry store inside conquers sun valley mall happened monday night while it was open while other people were in the mall shopping. kron four's maureen kelly has the latest on that investigation.
>> at this point. concord police say they don't have a handle yet on how much ali was taken during a smash-and-grab robbery. but they say initial reports are it was a substantial loss here's surveillance video showing the 9 suspects wearing hoodies and gloves with their faces covered as they wielded hammers attacking the glass display cases. police say the robbers mob the iceberg diamonds jewelry store and we're in and out in a flash. this video shows the aftermath of the store employee cleaning up the broken glass. the brazen crime happening around 07:30pm. well, the mall was still open and the national probably not a shooting just the session round that's audio from a responding officer reporting back to dispatch. >> the sounds of the hammers hitting the glass sounded like gunfire to some of the customers who called into 911, but no shots were fired and no one was injured. the suspects had already left by the time
police arrived. according to a worker who did not want to go on camera. the gang of robbers ran out through the red. robin burger joint today. iceberg diamonds had their gates down and a closed sign posted. the shattered glass of the display case is still visible. i showed the surveillance video to people outside the mall this afternoon. it sounds pretty scary. >> you guys cover denies ran into the wow. beings that scary? we've had shootings here. so nothing surprises made to seems. >> malls. attract use your fact families. now it seems to track criminals. >> i reached out to the sun valley mall. they told me they had no one available to comment on this incident. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> san francisco mayor london breed is pushing to open a safe injection site as early as next spring. it would be a place where people could use drugs under the supervision of medical professionals and she's working to acquire a building near the tenderloin that could house the program even though supervised
consumption sites are currently illegal under federal and state law. reid is pushing to open one in san francisco anyway, the move comes as she faces increased pressure to address the city's overdose crisis which has killed a record number of people. 1223 since last year. >> all right. to talk about the weather now. switching your 4 zone forecast as we get a check on the conditions along the golden gate bridge. stunning view. yeah. beautiful night. >> chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is with us. and we have our eye little baby storm here. yeah. how about that? get back to a little bit of rain. it's been dry for a while looks like get a shot of some showers coming our way. not tonight is going stay dry tonight. we are going to start to see some winds picking up are starting to see that in parts of the north bay hills right now. we're going to see that get a little gusty in spots, not sfo kind of quiet out there for tonight. skies are mostly clear at this time temperatures today. not bad could be a bit warmer 62
degrees in san francisco. 64 degrees in oakland 64 a little bit below the average in the san jose 64 in livermore 65 in concord and 67 degrees in santa rosa. things changing, though we've got weak system off the coastline that slowly making its way in our direction. just some high clouds begin to drift in our direction right now. but the winds are going to be the bigger story overnight tonight going to start to pick up. you see can already see just a bit of a northerly winds start to kick in over the north bay hills that will intensify overnight tonight kind of blustery over the mountain tops a model start to pick up on that as well as we head through the night tonight. watch the colors begin to fill in here. you start to see a lot of the red and the orange and start to see a little purple out there. those winds gusting to 30, maybe some 40 mile an hour gusts across some of the mountain tops not only there but in the east bay, too. and you see parts of the you can see some of those winds over the santa cruz mountains. but down below many urban spots public feel much of the way just a gentle breeze overnight tonight and then by tomorrow begins to subside by tomorrow afternoon and things begin to calm down
in may be more of an onshore breeze by late in the day. temperatures right now we've got some 40's and some 50's out the door. not bad, although as we head through the night tonight skies stay. mostly clear will be breezy at times tomorrow. mostly sunny mild warm and then we start to talk about that pattern change chance. some rain coming our way. but we've got to get through this here. ridge of high pressure. first you can see the area of low pressure off the coastline this likely going to be rainmakers. we get late in the day on thursday into friday. but here's high pressure is going to slide across the bay area for tomorrow. that's going to keep things dry, keep the jet stream just well enough to the north, keep things on the warm side for us, too. and then that from start to move on shore bringing a chance of rain. thank you. see right here as we take you through the night tonight. skies stay mostly clear tomorrow should be a nice day. a couple high clouds by tomorrow afternoon but not much. then those clouds thicken up as we get into thursday. here we go. starting to talk about a chance of rain by thursday night and then a better chance of rain overnight thursday night into friday morning. i think for the commute maybe a little bit wet out there early on but still not a huge storm
temperatures for tomorrow should be nice plan on some 60's, maybe some low 70's. the warmer spots inland and then along the coastline. those numbers generally in the 60's next coupne days. there's a slight chance we could see some showers by thursday evening. i think a better chance late thursday night into friday morning and then saturday we dry things out of back to nice weather ahead. but at least a chance showers in the forecast in the next few days. thanks. yeah. all right. turning now to our coronavirus coverage. stanford is reporting more than 2 dozen covid-19 cases among students since november 8 8 staff and faculty members have also tested positive over just the past week. >> over the past couple of months, stanford has seen an average of fewer than 13 positive covid cases among students. but after conducting 14,000 tests over the last week. that number has actually doubled. the school says 6 of those students live in on-campus housing and one student resident students. we spoke to earlier today say the recent spike is concerning.
>> lately has been more of a worry because i'm such like close proximity to people. >> who have tested positive. >> but i'd like tested basically we've been testing like every day and providing about the tests as well. so. >> university to the kron 4 that the students who tested positive have been isolated and those high risk for exposure have been quarantined. they also say that the university will continue to require surveillance testing for all members of the campus community and follow all safety protocols. now being hospitalized is not uncommon for many who get a severe case of covid-19, but what if you just pop a series of pills to treat the disease and keep you out of the hospital. well, at drug maker behind one of the covid-19 vaccines says it has a pill that will do just that. our first anchorman has more now from ucsf. >> it's a game changer as it gets says, it's a step above up from where we are right now. covid-19 vaccine maker
pfizer is now asking the fda to grant emergency use authorization for paxlovid a pill doctors could prescribe to treat those infected with covid-19 your healthcare professional calling prescriptions at walgreens. you go to walgreens, you pick up 5 pack. course and you start taking it lo and behold, it prevents you from going to the hospital. biser's says its studies show high-risk unvaccinated volunteers who started taking the pills within 3 days of getting symptoms greatly reduce their risk of severe disease and death. here's a way that we could tolerate having a certain amount of transmission going on. >> but not squeezing the hospitals in the hospital for space infectious disease. experts say these pills provide yet another tool in the tool box in the fight against covid-19 people who have been hesitant to get vaccines. and who get infected might not be as tend to get
drugs. and this may be a a different approach for certain parts of the country >> vaccination coverages is much lower. studies are also underway to see if the same pill could be given to those. >> in the same household as someone with covid to prevent the others from getting the virus. >> i think in the future what will happen to is i could also give. madison said the 5 people, the hospital too been in contact with me. but who are negative so far from becoming positive. >> infectious disease specialists are quick to point out that these pills are no substitute for the vaccine that remains the top priority at this point it's unclear when the fda will review pfizer's proposal at ucsf. dan kerman kron 4 news generic drug companies will soon have access to make that pfizer covid-19 killed and was just talking about. >> the drug paxlovid has not
been authorized by the fda yet, but pfizer has already reached a licensing agreement. 95 low income countries mostly in africa and asia will be allowed to make generic versions of the pill which will be sold the cheaper prices a generic version of that bill is expected to cost around $10. >> an update now on kids and covid shots since the smaller dose of the pfizer vaccine was authorized for kids ages 5 to 11 about 2 weeks ago. now many bay area counties are reporting pretty good. steady numbers of kids coming in to get the shot. my 2 kids got there first shot today and they were. >> happy to get it and they're happy to report they didn't cry. if you're a kid out there who. >> once a solid tale of. there you go. we'll start marin county where health officials say about 30% of the nearly 21,000 eligible kids there have gotten the shot. meanwhile, in contra costa county. they say 16% of kids
in that 5 to 11 year-old range have received so far. that's out of about 92,000 eligible children in contra, costa county alameda county, same thing. they have about 16% of the kids vaccinated. that's about 22,000 kids that have gotten their first dose. and in san mateo county, a little bit higher than that. 17%. you're talking about nearly 64,000 eligible kids in that county. so these are the only counties in the bay area that are reporting solid numbers at this point. we called around the rest are saying they're still tabulating data. so we'll keep you posted on how that trends. meanwhile, parents, some of them in the east bay say they're concerned after learning their kids were given the wrong amount of dos in their vaccine over the weekend at a sutter health clinic in antioch cried for sweet. you all explains why an infectious disease doctor ultimately believes these children are not in any more danger.
>> center, health confirms 14 children received the incorrect pediatric dose of pfizer's covid-19 vaccine. the father of 2 kids involved confirms they received their shots over the weekend at a sutter health facility on lone tree way in antioch. >> he believes they received slightly less than twice the dosage intended for their age group. in a written statement sutter health says the patients, quote, received vaccines with an incorrect amount of diluting it. >> as soon as we learned of this, we contacted the parents and advise them of cdc guidance in this situation. the safety of our patients is our top priority and we immediately reviewed our processes to help make sure this doesn't happen again. i definitely understand the anxiety and fear of parents infectious disease specialist doctor peter chin hong with ucsf says during clinical trials, pfizer tested 3 separate dosages of the vaccine on kids ages 5 to 11 years old. all proving to be
safe. but pfizer settled on 10 micrograms. he says if in fact the vaccine concentrate was not properly diluted for being administered to the kids. >> and the received 20 micrograms or 30 micrograms. they may suffer short term side effects. but nothing long-term redness soreness at the site. >> fever is some nausea. some of upset that has been felt that some people they should go. we in 24 to 48 hours. doctor chan hong adds that despite receiving the incorrect dosage. the kids will still need a second shot to be fully vaccinated. it doesn't matter if you get 5 times the regular dose for this one. you still need to remind the immune system. >> so getting one a few weeks later. it's still going to be important. the father we spoke with says sutter health is not being transparent with his family about how this mistake was made or what is being done to fix it.
>> in antioch, phillipe djegal all kron 4 news state leaders say anyone who wants a booster shot should now be able to get one. >> here in california. and that news comes as governor newson says his administration is bracing for an increase in covid cases and hospitalizations fears of yet another search are surfacing because of waning immunity from vaccines after 6 months and because about 25% of the population hasn't gotten vaccinated that all statewide covid-19 numbers they're stable with some parts of the state starting to see some increases. >> as of today, the state had administered boosters to more than 4.2 million people. are important to deal with waning immunity. important to help us get through this winter so we do not experience the winter. we experienced last year. >> ahead of winter governor newsom signed an executive order that extends pandemic related regulations to expand the state's health care
workforce. this allows health care workers from out of state to provide services here in california. the order also continues to get health care facilities. the flexibility to plan and adapt their spaces for covid-19 care. stay with kron 4 for the latest covid information that includes finding the vaccine for kids. you can scan the qr code on your screen there you'll be directed to the special section of our website. that's at kron. 4 dot com. still to come tonight. >> the walnut creek city council trying to figure out what to do about a potential buffer zone around the planned parenthood. there. >> i will head to kenosha, wisconsin what was decided this evening as the nation waits for a verdict in kyle rittenhouse's murder trial. and after the break, a list of popular bay area stores and popular bay area stores and malls that will be the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier
>> for your money tonight. the holiday shopping season is starting off actually strong despite supply chain issues, staff shortages and, you know, higher prices at the stores. retail sales rose 1.7% in october. economists were predicting a smaller increase. us consumers are telling researchers that. well, there are pretty concerned about inflation. they are still but the credit card. >> retail stores around the bay area are getting ready for their annual holiday shopping sales push most major retailers and malls will be closed thanksgiving in open early on black friday morning
to offer door busting deal. so if you're feeling motivated to face the madness. we have a list on our website. kron 4 dot com of the opening and closing hours for popular stores and bay area malls. >> the ongoing problems in the supply chain are causing some people to make some risky holiday purchases and they're making these mistakes because they're worried about limited supplies which can leave them open to scams. >> that the supply becomes more scarce and more sporadic. they may be motivated to go outside of the typical well known vendors and then to make a purchase with an unknown vendor and end up potentially with a counterfeit products. you know, you don't need to be a cyber security expert to avoid being scammed online experts say that one of the most important things to look out for. >> our company or domain names that are held incorrectly. yeah, that's that's it. airline ticket prices are climbing just ahead of the
busy holiday travel season. rising fuel prices are one of the reasons for. >> prices to buy a ticket airlines also continue to struggle with labor shortages, forcing some flights to be canceled, but some travel experts say they're hopeful the cost of flights will not set travelers back too much air price tracking app. hopper recently reported thanksgiving prices down 13% from 2 years ago. prepandemic. still to come here kron 4 news at 9. why the woman creek city council was forced to delay a vote. >> about a protest buffer zone around the plant parent and look at the latest on the first day of jury deliberations in the kyle rittenhouse murder trial and then we'll look back at the remarkable career of bay area. congresswoman jackie spear hair as she announces she will not be running for the big
story we're following tonight. significant changes coming to local and national politics. congresswoman jackie spear. >> says she will not be seeking reelection next year and instead will retire a longtime representative initially making that announcement on twitter of for much more on her long. >> and storied career in public service for joining the newsroom tonight by kron four's dan thorn. dan. well grant, vicki, the high-profile democrat has been in congress since 2008 representing. >> san francisco and san mateo counties. congresswoman spear is also spent more than 40
years in public service in today while announcing her plans to retire spirit called the 1978 jonestown massacre at the time. she was in aid for then congressman leo ryan who was shot and killed by followers of cult. leader jim jones. she was also shot 5 times, but survived and they were there for a fact finding mission and guy on and that was 43 years ago this week before her work in congress. spear was a member of the state senate and the state assembly in during today's announcement, the congresswoman said it really came down to wanting to spend more time with her family. >> 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. >> we know that spirit still has another year in office since as it once that's over, she's planning on continuing
her life in public service. it's just not clear at the time how she's going to be doing that reporting live in the newsroom dan thorn kron 4 news. >> thank you, dan. we are going to have to keep waiting to find out about that proposed buffer zone around the walnut creek. planned parenthood. we want to creek city council was supposed to vote on the issue tonight. but had to cancel at the last minute for what they're calling technical difficulties with the meeting. welcome to the pandemic world. no word yet on when that vote will actually happen moving forward. >> baby. i mean, the county board of supervisors is named a replacement for wilma chan chan tragically died after being hit by a car while she was out walking her dog in alameda 2 weeks ago today, supervisors appointed her chief of staff dave brown to fill the district. 3 seat. he will remain in office until the next election which is in 2022 now to the south bay were
legal battle is brewing over a proposed affordable housing development in the city of santa clara as kron four's. rob fladeboe reports for us tonight. a developer is accusing the city of scuttling the project without warning. >> a proposed mixed use housing development what is now vacant land jointly owned by the city of santa clara and the vta across from santa clara university. it's said to be in jeopardy after the city quietly tabled, the project prompting a formal complaint from developer republic metropolitan whose attorneys and ravel the day. >> allow the developer to believe that they were going to come to some kind of an agreement which they have not yet come to a agreement. but they never had any discussion whatsoever about the legal issues or any other questions republic. metropolitan was planning a 240 unit development with retail and space for recreation.
>> the developer claims it has invested millions of dollars in the project and accuses the city of meeting behind closed doors to kill the project suddenly without any notice to the developer. >> the. >> town went into a closed session to discuss this matter apparently without any notice, by the way, which choirs notice around the neck. and stop project. in a brief statement, the city acknowledged receipt of the complaint. >> saying it has only just begun a review but could not comment further because the issue is still pending. the developer further alleges the city violated state housing laws and that since 29% of the project was to have been affordable students and others who can't afford to live in santa clara are also being hurt. this once the city has reviewed not only that claim but the complaint.
>> with some very strong state laws. requiring local entities to provide affordable housing. i hopefully they will come to their senses in santa clara rob fladeboe kron 4 news oakland mayor libby schaff has announced a new housing assistance pilot program designed. >> to stop evictions and prevent homelessness. the new program is called shallow subsidy and it would pay for a portion of a person's rent every month for up to 18 months. logan mcdonnell with the nonprofit housing resource program bay area. community services says it will focus on neighborhoods whose rents have increased by upwards of 90% and neighborhoods with high rates of gentrification. the total cost of the program is almost 3 and a half million dollars. mayor chef says she believes this can rapidly stabilize some bay area households. new developments tonight in the future of the oakland coliseum site regardless of what the a's
decide to do. the city council is moving forward with efforts to bring a wnba team to town. the council. her 2 proposals tonight, the african american sports and entertainment group pitched a plan to bring a pro basketball team back to oakland. the other group led by. baseball hall of famer former aides great dave stewart wanted to revitalize and develop the site. the council ultimately decided to enter into an exclusive negotiation agreement with the first proposal, the one that includes trying to get a pro women's basketball team that could play at the former home of the worriers. >> national news now or jury deliberations are on pause in the murder trial of kyle rittenhouse rittenhouse shot 3 men during protests in kenosha, wisconsin, killing 2 of them. prosecutors say rittenhouse provoked a confrontation. the defense says he acted in self-defense. the jury started deliberating just after 7 this morning wound down around 4 this afternoon. that's when the judge said that it was just
calling it for the day, giving him a break until 09:00am tomorrow. hundreds of national guard troops are on standby as the city awaits the verdict and businesses are boarded up in case of unrest. in georgia, the prosecution rested their case in the ahmad arbery murder trial today after more graphic evidence from arbery's autopsy was shown in court. prosecutors called 23 witnesses during 8 days of testimony this afternoon, the medical examiner who performed the autopsy took the stand explaining what led to arbery's death. he testified that arbery was hit by 2 of the 3 shotgun rounds fired at him adding that either blast alone would have killed the 25 year-old defense attorneys will begin their cases tomorrow with opening statements and witnesses of their own. >> new tonight at 9 staples center in los angeles is getting a new name for christmas. the home of the lakers clippers sparks in lakers clippers sparks in kings will be renamed crypt dot com arena. that's
according to nba insider shams charania from the athletic is the first re branding since the arena opened in 1999. according to axios, it 20 year 700 million dollar agreement that would make it the most expensive naming rights deal ever. the price tag for chase centers. naming rights san francisco. 20 years, 300 million dollars. >> coming up in sports. the warriors on national tv tonight trying to bounce back and they took on a familiar face in kevin duran and the brooklyn nets and steph curry just took over that arena. he had nets fans chanting nobody is playing better ball in the league. then kerry sports director lux has highlights. director lux has highlights. when we come back. i didn't have to shout out for help. because you didn't have another dvt. not today. one blood clot puts you at risk of having another, so we chose xarelto®,
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and, yes, there will be tears. lots of new introductions. sleepless nights. that's normal. okay. so many new toys. it's not going to be easy. but, together, we got this. kaiser permanente. thrive >> and now kron 4 sports. >> we had a reunion in brooklyn. it is always fun when staff and dre get back on the court with kevin durrant. they've been through a lot together, ups downs. but mostly ups. let's head out to barclays center. let's see how it all went down. there's kd and steph all smiles. but most like most of the games this year. the night was all about steph curry. how they drew it up. but. it all counts the same. 3. there. how about some
defense leading the offense. the usual suspects gary pain. the second to dream on back to gary showtime. raise the roof yesier moses back to staff seemed like every time a brooklyn big man switched on to him. he did that right in front of blake griffin. now here we go again. does in transition. look at the defense from blake. i mean, how many times that step done this to have you learned yet. keep your hand up. but the dove, though, down 3 after one. end of the 1st half. andrew wiggins scored 18 points in a 6 minute span in the second capped off here to put the dubs up 5 at the half. >> 3rd quarter. more steph curry great action to free him up wide open bang. what a game he had very next possession. steph giving out gift bags to know look to draymond. you're
having fun out there in brooklyn 4th quarter. steph, keeping the pressure on nets looking like they've never guarding pick and roll before just another. open. here step as lamarcus aldridge on him on island news flash. that's not a great matchup for the next another 3 pointer harden in katy, they looked thrilled katie, like the water come here. i told you steph was giving out gift bags. friday lee through the contact. after that, they go up by 27 after that free throw. how about the cherry on the top. this time the lee hit throwing law him down, man down. step 9, 3 of the night his 3rd game this season with 9 threes. no one else in the nba has a single one does win one 17 to 99. let's hear from staff after the game. >> coming off a loss you didn't play well, so. just not
the playoffs but an intensity that, you know, you have to show up. if you're going to beat a team like that. so you definitely lock in and get focused and. you thrive off that competitive. you know, know that there's a lot of town. the floor. >> let's go to the ice. the sharky's in minneapolis taking on the wild second period. erik karlsson, we're glad he's back from his little bout with covid. that put san jose up by 2 sharks going to win 4 to one they had to st. louis to take on the blues on thursday. the middleton alright today. we found out what we knew was going to happen gabe kepler was named the national league manager of the year in his second season in san francisco capital guided the giants to a franchise record, a 107 wins their first playoff appearance since 2016 and their first nl west title since 2012 in his 2 seasons here in san francisco. the giants have a 6.13 win percentage last week. now san francisco locked up capital or
for a couple more years. they signed him to a 2 year extension that will keep him in the bay through 2024. congrats to him. all that is your look at sports. we'll be right back after the break. ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪
families say they just can't afford to make ends meet here in the golden state. jessica holmes has been talking to families who took off, went to cities all across the country again tonight to meet a single mom who made the move to chandler arizona after making 6 figures. it just wasn't enough to get ahead here. >> pain he grew up in south la she was living in walnut with her daughter and never imagine leaving the home state. she's known and loved her whole life until about a year ago when she made the move to chandler arizona it wasn't an option for me after a certain point, the last year lived in california. i made a $116,000 that year was living paycheck to paycheck. >> to make 6 figures. you're a single mom, your daughter kendall, 15 years old and not to be able to live off of that. >> that's alright must have been so discouraging for you. >> very much so. i was just pay bills. the work life
balance was not there. so you don't want to feel like you're just working to get nowhere. >> according to a recent study by united ways of california one in 3 households in california struggle to meet basic needs. i think when you think of the american dream. it's like okay, one day. i want to own a home. i want to send my kid to a good school. definitely yeah. i'm one of those was, of course, owning a home. >> so my in california and a nice community we live in walnut, but the lease or rent was 2300 a month and it went up to 26 when i left. so if you want to live in a decent community where you can use the public school system and you can feel some, you know, safety and you're all community here starting at about 7.50 to a million dollars. and yeah, even if i had it. what i want to spend all of it just to buy a home. >> only 23% of california households can afford to purchase a median priced home
here in chandler. i'm saving a $1000 per month jess. and my lease expenses. it's a beautiful community. we have it down graded at all. so that's $12,000 a year back in my pocket just from that. >> how has the community welcomed you. how do you feel the feel at home. she does high school. yeah. school was actually really welcoming. he's flourished here. and so now, you know, the fact that you feel like you've got more money to to kind of live and do the things that you want to do as a family together water. >> what are some of those things that you now are enjoying arizona for me is the best vacation place i've ever seen. like i can drive 20 to 30 minutes away to a nice hotel resort. >> and the pamper to death. the business. a spa fault that say we love it here. so do like outdoor activity, you can
do outdoor activity here 365 days per year the same way you would be in california even the heat is not too much to bear. is all of that is possible here in arizona. i haven't found anything that is lacking for us. i like to. i love it. actually. >> and that was jessica holmes reporting for us tonight at ronnie says it would have taken her 3 years here in california to save up as much as she hasn't only 3 months in arizona. you can see the appeal of that. next step, she says is going to be to try to buy house of their own in arizona. not good for. where the weather is different as we talk weather here in the bay area. live look here on this tuesday night of downtown san francisco. a beautiful night out there kron four's, chief meteorologist lawrence karnow gives us a what we're going to be experiencing the next day or so. yeah, looking good. both beautiful sights out there. you've got the golden gate bridge looking beautiful tonight as we've got mostly
clear skies. so far it's going probably stay that way. maybe a few high clouds up above, but then the winds going to kick up. it will be a little bit blustery overnight tonight special with the north and the east bay hills. >> then the pattern is going to switch gears. i want to show you this model here as we head through the night tonight. skies stay mostly clear. watch out for to lee fog in the central valley. but that's about it as we head through the day tomorrow. not a bad day. maybe a few passing high clouds, lots of sunshine and some very comfortable weather generally the 60's. some low 70's. then things changed on thursday. the clouds roll in and then by thursday night thursday evening or so. we're talking about some showers beginning in the north bay spreads across the rest. the bay area. this not a huge storm but a chance of rain return to the bay area late on thursday and into friday morning tomorrow, though, should be dry weather looking good 60's in the san francisco on the coastline plan to be a little bit cool. they're generally in the 60's early on as we head toward the afternoon 67 degrees in burlingame. you're looking at mid 60's, even some upper 60's in a place like mountain view for the south 60's and 70's
going to be common in the south bay looking very nice in the campbell tomorrow. 70 degrees. 70 in santa clara. also 71 degrees in morgan hill 68 degrees in livermore, 71 in union city and 70 degrees in fremont. looks like those temperatures going to on the warm side, especially inland over the next couple of days. we're some changes, though, coming our way. blustery start to the morning, then will clear out your skies. little breezy along the coastline in the afternoon. but over the next couple of days. we're going to see changes on the way a chance of some showers developing on thursday evening and on friday. again, this is not one of those huge atmospheric river event that we had early on the season, but enough to bring some rain drops back to the bay area. always use the rain thanks a lot for but right back.
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firefighters in turkey. they spotted this cat walking around. you know, this head stuck in the tin. can they used pliers to finally free the little critter. the straight cat did survive. but ran back onto the street. right after the rescue. very poor thing back to its think its thing let's find another teen gan. that wraps up kron news at 9. thanks for being with us this hour. keep it here, though. we have one more hour of primetime news to go with catherine and ken take away every cat owner can relate to that story. they just. >> got to get it. what they do. all right. thank you, grant vicki, very much. >> here's what we're working on a 10 o'clock returning stolen items to tourists. that's what a bay area man is trying to do why he says it's so important to help out. people who had their cars broken into while visiting the bay area. also the owner of a chinatown jewelry shop just months away from retirement has a quarter million dollars in merchandise stolen the
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