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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news far. >> and thanks for joining us. the great thing about starting off with sort of a mess. you know, i'm kind of cleaning and i got of it is that is only up from here. we're going to get recognized as the morning goes on. eventually that side of the desk will look more like this side of the desk. >> it way in place. so everything gets were. i think more and more se piled on that's ok, we've got we've got weather traffic start the hour off rights. organize. yeah, it's got it all remember, we used clean nothing. then covid came an hour cleaning all the haha, it's it's it's part of our routine. i'm i meant to tell you, daryn or talk about. really cold leaving the house.
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this morning i was like in the lower 40 really, really wimpy. we weren't sure yeah, no, it's colder than yes. okay. okay. down 10 degrees for some spots. okay. yeah, you're definitely feeling it, right. it is chilly to start this morning. but it's also nice and clear for most areas. so when you do see those clear skies often times you'll get those colder temperatures. so at least that means we're going to be driving to work with a little less fog than yesterday. no dense fog advisories in this forecast, although we still do have a couple of patches. >> look at this view looking out over the pacific gorgeous view of the moon shining out over the ocean right there. we do it lunar eclipse. coming up. not tomorrow morning, but on a friday morning, early on for early risers. so keep your eye out for that during a pre-dawn hours. definitely no clips going on this morning. just nice and bright. see in ocean. a couple of low visibility spots as i noted for some of our inland valleys, not as widespread as yesterday. it is colder than
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yesterday, though, with these overall slightly keep clear skies. a lot more 40's on the map double in europe. 42 right now. concord and freeman. each 44 while santa rosa also at 44 so jackets necessary this morning a slightly cooler afternoon in your forecast, which i'll get to still to come first, though, on over to the roads with what's it looking like out there. it looks really nice and light. but we are seeing fog seen reports of fog. >> along the richmond sandra fell bridge. and i personally this morning driving into the city saw fog along the bay bridge definitely take it easy. as you're driving a little under 8 minutes for both of those commutes heading across towards the peninsula a little under 13 the of the san mateo bridge and in the south bay to 3785 82 not tracking any accidents at this hour. darya james, back to you. thanks a lot, ray. it's 5. '02. and today lecturers at uc berkeley and 8 other you see across the state are striking. they are. >> complaining about unfair labor practices. this is going to be a 2 day strike impacting thousands of students across
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the entire uc system. that's the story. the kron four's will tran is following for us out at uc berkeley this morning. well. looking very teach that people. >> oh, we welcome to mister rogers teach you something about finance. is lecturers want to teach the school system about finances because it's always about money, right. it's always about when they talk about the strike, they can say all things that they want, but it boils down to money in this particular case, a couple of sticking points. >> lecturers and they're basically junior professors. if i had to explain it to your grandmother there basically junior professors and that they're working their way to becoming full-time professors, but they do about a 3rd of the teaching we're talking about 6500 lectures within the uc system. they have been working with the uc system for about
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20 months on a new contract 2 sticking points. i want to tell you about one. they were like family leave up to 8 weeks and 100% pay while they're away according to the uc system, they are offering 70% and you have to reach a certain threshold and the union representing the lectures or say that's unfair because most of our lecturers don't meet that threshold. so that 70% really doesn't even matter. also they're looking for a pay raise. they want above and beyond the 4% that the uc system is offering those lecturers, especially since the uc system got a 5% influx of money last year from the state. this a 20 minute. wait a minute. you have money to give us that. you just don't want to take a look at your screen. the uc system, they did respond to this. they say it's unfair to the students and let's face it, we're talking about thousands of students within the system. the university of california is disappointed with you ftc's decision to pursue a 2 day strike withholding instruction is grossly unfair to our
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students and a strike does not move us closer. to a contract speaking of a contract. this is a 2 day strike. so it's going to happen today and tomorrow. they should go back to class. as far as the lecturers go back to class and teach the students. but nothing is really resolve because they still say there could be a long term strike if there's nothing worked out. so lots going on. you know how it goes living in california. the uses just excuse me, the uc system as never boring and often times i've been here for tuition hikes and whatnot. always caught in the cross hair. unfortunately, are the students. >> back to you are like a lecture right now. it was also the sweater makes me feel like you're a teacher and i get it. i got the whole thing. thank you. will i get my first question was i didn't even understand the difference between a lecture and the professor. >> the syllabus exactly right. because i asked the same question, right. the professor
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is tenured the lecture. is somebody working towards it. so i guess all of us me. you and we're it on a 3rd of the time by lectures they profess is to me if you had to sit down at a coffee shop. i would say that my professor. sure, it's dead. they're called lectures. so semantics. the bottom line is the students are affected. so you know what, no peeking over james, the shaded quiz later a trans. okay. >> time now is 5. '06, happening today. we have hundreds of employees for the hayward unified school district planning to rally to protest the district's plan to close schools in the last month. the district announced plans to close up to 8 schools in order to address budget shortfalls, teachers and community members are asking that the district put that plan on hold, though, to take a look at other possible alternatives. they also want to make sure that there's a plan to help the students who would be forced now to change their schools. today's rally is set for 4 o'clock. it will be it birchfield park the protesters and plan to march
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to the district offices after that. also happening today, san mateo county workers are going to be hitting the picket line today over wages. the protest will include some health care professionals, social workers and engineers. they say that they've been without a contract for 2 months now and that the offer of a one percent wage increase is quite frankly, insulting. the strike is set to last all day. it's not clear if county services will be impacted. but we'll let you know. >> in san francisco, we've got more on this jewelry heist now where thieves stole $250,000 worth of jewelry from a store in chinatown. this happened yesterday morning. it's the longbow jewelers near sacramento and grant and you can see some of the damage done to the display cases and the rest of the store. the thieves were in and out in under 3 minutes, the united peace collaborators group that's been patrolling a variation neighborhood says that as many as 4 chinatown jewelry stores have been targeted and were targeted over the weekend.
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>> all owners are kind of scared. you know, they they don't know what the of tight. they say people problem and there's no question. and the combat. they're at the point where they're ready give up calls. >> and the longbow jewelers say they were just months away from retiring after 40 years. and so we see what happened there. and don't don't forget, james and everybody i know you remember the story the day yesterday was that big brazen heist that happened at some illegal. yeah. yeah. so i mean, week actually are talking more about that right now. we've got to concord. police still looking at now suspects. in the smash and grab that happened in broad daylight. well, it was 7 o'clock. we have the surveillance video now. this is what we are waiting for yesterday will tran was on this story member. we talked about the 9 guys that one in 9 people just started smashing away with their hammers. now don't forget, there were workers and customers in
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there. it turns out that these robbers threatened. anybody who was even thinking of intervening and then they took off before the cops got there. >> well, a community led effort in san francisco is helping victims of smash-and-grab burglaries too. at least help them try and reunite with their stolen items with dozens of car break-ins happening daily. a lot of stolen luggage in items are ending up being dumped in the richmond district and now neighbors using social media apps like nextdoor are posting about stolen items that they find one man says that he's already helped 50 tourists get their things back. and most recently he was able to help a group over the weekend. take a listen. >> the least we can do is neighbors is, you know, help the 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,
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the sidewalks littered with with with stolen luggage and trying to figure out how to get back to >> in addition to next door. sometimes you can also find neighbors posting about stolen items on facebook or twitter. so keep an eye out. if you're missing something. one man was taken to the hospital after a shooting at san francisco's bayview neighborhood. in fact, this is video that you see on your screen here of the of what somebody recorded on the citizens app and shared with us. it happened in the area 3rd street and lasalle avenue. the victim was taken to the hospital. we're still waiting for an update on that person's condition this morning. so stay tuned. >> san mateo county approves more than $200,000 for a gun buyback program. it's also going to get money from the sheriff's office and local community group and all that money will pay for a series of gun buyback events through the year 2023 where people get a 100 bucks for each and gun or shotgun that they turn in $200 for each assault rifle. the first event is set for
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december 11th. a crash in the parking lot of a taco bell sends a mother and her toddler daughter to the hospital. it was in oakley. the mother of police say was speeding through the parking lot when she crashed into some protective posts in front of taco bell and she her daughter suffered major injuries and had to be airlifted to the hospital. >> well plans to create a buffer zone around planned parenthood clinic in walnut creek have been postponed for now. so far this year. police been called out 42 times to stop protesters from harassing patients there at the clinics, oakland boulevard location. the walnut creek city council was meant to discuss the buffer zone proposal last night. but there were technical difficulties with the zoom call and that is what forced officials to cancel the meeting altogether. no word yet on when that meeting will be rescheduled. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news now that president biden has signed his historic
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infrastructure bill. we're going to take a look at what's next for congress to stay tune for that. >> meanwhile, governor newsom is warning about a possible winter covid surge will take a look at how the state preparing for that. >> students in south san francisco and really across the state are walking today. honoring a girl ruby bridges who 6 years old. i'll tell you why they're honoring her comi
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>> 5.15, and look at this iconic picture of 6 year-old ruby bridges. it shows the exact moment what she became an icon for the civil rights movement have bridges stepped into history when she stepped into an all-white elementary school in new orleans in the 60's and that is what mark the beginning of school integration. you imagine the bravery. yeah. and and now we celebrate her courage in california is observing ruby bridges walked to school day for the very first time. prefer sarah stinson following the story for us in south san
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francisco. good morning, sarah. >> yeah. i don't know if it is cold out here. if i just got the chills. when you said bravery because i, of course, was reading up on ruby bridges before my report, learned about her back in 2019 when students here in south san francisco started this walk to school that for her and learning about her. you can really just i try and understand the bravery that went into what ruby bridges did to integrate her school at just 6 years old. so today here when it gets a little lighter kids in south san francisco are going to be out here honoring ruby bridges for the first time is a statewide event and it's because of south san francisco kids. it became a statewide event. you're looking at a picture of ruby bridges back in 2017 a 5th grade class at martin elementary school in south san francisco learned about how ruby bridges fought to desegregate in all-white school. the school that she
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was attending in new orleans in 1960, she fought so hard to integrate that school even through all the hate he was getting the racial slurs. people would yell at her on the way to her walk at school. i mean, it was horrific. so this class of 5th graders in south sam says could they were so moved by her one student as a teacher. if there was a daytona ruby there was not. so they got to work starting a petition to establish one took that to the school board passed unanimously to make november 14th a day for ruby bridges. well, that was just in their school district and a couple school starting to fall throughout the state, but they wanted to make it official and so did senator josh becker. he carried a resolution through the senate to make it official in today is the day the day that the ruby bridges walked to school event honoring her is a state why event is supposed to be the 14th of november. but of course, that's a sunday this year. so they're doing it today. the walk starts at 7.30 this morning. all the kids will gather here downtown and then walked to their respective
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schools about 8,000 kids in the school district and the loss those here. police on the video. they had signs decked out. they had pins. they had ruby. they really go all out to honor her and it's really a beautiful sight to see. so we'll bring it to you live when you talk to the student and thought about this group, the teacher who was the teacher of that 5th grade class. and of course, senator back or as well. for now, back to you in the studio. what a story. all right. all right. thank you. and we're going to check back with sarah and get more of that throughout the morning. 5.18, on the clock and let's turn our attention to weather. if you're going to be walking to school today. you will. >> probably want to bundle up with i got the chills for the story of the chills from, you know, the cold yeah. 2 ving us this morning and just chills all around this morning for sure. mother nature is definitely bringing us a colder morning than what we had yesterday. yesterday was the 50's today. it's the 40's that most of us are starting things out with. >> in some low 40's across a lot of the bay area like the inland east bay in the south
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bay too. so as you're going ring out there to some overall clear conditions just know it's got a cooler feel to it. skies. as i noted are clear for most of us. still a couple of patches of fog but not as widespread as yesterday. high pressure is in place. keeping us dry for the time being. we do have a slight chance of rainfall in this forecast. but you can see in future cast just how slim that chance really is tomorrow. we will see some cloud cover and a little bit of a cooler day tomorrow night. you will see some showers, especially across the north bay mountains above northern sonoma and napa counties. but look at that rainfall potential for the rest of us. it's just a couple of spotty sprinkles here and there. and your future cast of rainfall total shows you just how slim those chances are santa rosa, you may see in a quarter of an inch of rain. the rest of us really just a stacking up, a trace of rainfall at the most as for temperatures today, it is going to be a slightly cooler one with daytime highs in the 60's. looking ahead at the next 7 days. daytime highs don't move too much. our best
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chance of sprinkles. as i mentioned, thursday night into friday reyna. john, thanks for that, right. we're starting here at the bay bridge heading from the east bay into the city right now. a little under. >> 9 minutes for your drive time. no major delays as traffic moves along 5 8080 and there are pockets of fog along the bay bridge and the richmond center fell bridge a little under 8 minutes traveling at a richmond in the south. a little one. oh, one heading towards menlo park 85 just a little under 30 minutes highway 4 for one 62 to 42 a little under 15 to make that drive and 6.80 southbound traveling from dublin to fremont. a little under 14 minutes started. james, back to you. thanks a lot of 5.20. and let's take a look at national news that congress is changing its focus to the next big items. yeah. what will it be. lawmakers could take on the national defense authorization act or perhaps president joe biden. social spending bill will have to see. >> basil john is live in washington, dc with the latest. good morning, basil. well, you guys are kind of twins with the yellow
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>> as we get the memo going there. but yes, james darya, good morning. as house and senate are currently racing the clock in order to take care of as much legislative items as possible before the end of the year. >> lawmakers move on to the next big items on their agenda, starting with the nda. a whole essence of our effort is to deter. countries from thinking that a military response would prevail in the face of the united states. >> rhode island democratic senator jack reed said there is plenty of bipartisan support for the defense bill. we're looking at. the dimensions of warfare expanding into space into cyber senate democratic leader chuck schumer says republicans and democrats want to add a new manufacturing proposal to the nda relieve our overburdened supply chains. >> including ensuring a steady, steady supply of
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domestic made semiconductor chip so vital to our economy. but some republicans like missouri senator roy blunt worry about the final price of the defense bill. we need to get realistic about what has to be in the bill and then we have to get realistic about the top line numbers and move forward. democrats have not forgotten about the president's social spending plan and say they will work to get the bill back better act passed. we aim to pass it before christmas. but senate republican leader mitch mcconnell warns about the negative side effect. if the president's bill is passed, it bbb passes. >> we will only exacerbate only make it worse. inflation. not only this year. but next year. >> now, house lawmakers said that the will continue to push for the social spending plan and get going as soon as possible reporting live in washington. i'm basil john and james, maybe we can try for pink tie fork on that is hard
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time now is 5.22. coming up next on the kron 4 morning news a happy reunion in the north bay after paramedics helped deliver a baby in the front yard of a home will have a follow-up on that front. yard, baby that i remember is great story.
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>> 5. and guess what, the front yard baby got to meet the paramedics. haha the back of a mother give birth on her front lawn was reunited. as you can see here with those
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paramedics was about 2 weeks ago or so that emily johnson. >> gave birth in front of her house. obviously it wasn't planned that way. this is the doorbell video showing her on the ground there. tried to make it to the suv to get to the hospital. but she told her husband, i'm not going make it. it's happening right here. >> and that it's it's as if tripod and i did write like it was on in the end there. take a >> jerry focus on the baby. i was focusing on asked dad to give me a stack of dry towels. >> and he did a great job coming out. basically every town in the house we use a couple of rival thomas off and got on the gurney and away we went. i just didn't want to have a haha. so with her as this is not >> when that is said that on circumstances, the couldn't
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have gone right for. all right. everybody obviously very healthy and biggest james, there was no time for and that was not going to happen. so. >> look look at big brother. look at with that dress in a firefight. great story monday and will have a more in-depth look just to coming up later on this morning. >> camila. >> well, coming up, people could soon shoot up drugs at an injection site here in san francisco. i'm live with why mayor london breed says this mayor london breed says this i didn't have health insurance, not because i didn't want it. i worried it was too expensive and i was having a hard time paying our other bills. but now, for the first time in our lives, i can do both. covered california makes health insurance easier in every way. with financial help for millions of us and free assistance to compare your options. covered california. this way to health insurance. enroll by december 31st at coveredca.com why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate-to-severe eczema,
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>> 5.29, sorry, quite. how are your nothing. we're still talking about the front yard baby were still glowing that story. so amazing and think about the moms like, you know, i wanted like, you know, nice hospital privacy and drugs right. didn't go that we know. but could have in broad daylight, could have been little bit. i mean, like least have the correct side had all the lights sure. but, you know, and then she's probably like i say, like honey, i want a fence in our front yard for years and you didn't build that. now i'm in the middle of the neighborhood. imagine giving birth in your front lawn. get gladys across the street looking through frank walking the dog how things will it was. it like i didn't work out it was cold. uh, least not as cold as last week warning that yeah. not the great ship. the best job or weather this whole to be outside on the line. you know, if you have to do that, you get to a warm spot. look at that. >> some conditions today that are going to be a bench. ali, a little more comfortable. but
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the small chilly. >> getting forecast for using has a trip that was a tough door bring the front today. the weather is going to be all that chilly weather will be chilly for of yes, the golden gate bridge looks nice. and clear, though, this morning. it's just cold out there bundle up as you're venturing outside. hopefully just to get to work. >> a santa rosa. we are looking at visibility down. we are seeing a big clear skies and yesterday. but with those clear skies comes the cooler temperatures, too 40's for most of our current temperatures dublin at 42 right now san jose at 47 degrees. well, looking at some low 50's in san francisco, oakland and alameda definitely bundle up as you get out there. do we need extra time on the roads, though reyna. >> what i say every day. you need extra time on the roads because you never know what's going to run into like maybe some accidents here in oakland. 5.80, eastbound just west of park boulevard. we do
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have an accident there. but as you can see, all through the maze. i'm not seeing any delays along or 13 or as you're traveling 24 as well heading into the city right now to see some fog along the bay bridge and along the richmond sandra fell bridge. so you drive times there. a little under 2 minutes into the city. a little under 13 as you're heading across towards the peninsula. richmond sandra fell bridge with that fog. still a little under 8 and we're going if you look at 5.80, if you're traveling from livermore to vasco road sits dublin a little under 12 conditions are light darya james, back to we have learned leave extra time to get to the hospital. >> 5.32. right now. and meir, london breed pick a location for the city's first to supervise shelf. >> injection site. yeah. so the building would allow drug users or drug use under the supervision of medical professionals. so it's a safer environment. proffers camila barco actually live in the city now to explain about all of this. good morning. >> good morning, guys. so yeah, it's called a safe consumption sites. and like
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you guys said this is meant to prevent people from overdosing on the streets of san francisco. so people would go to the sites and use their narcotics or drugs. they would self inject themselves. but there would be a doctor or a nurse or a trained professional on site to look over those people. now. mayor london breed introduced legislation to purchase this building on your screen on geary and hyde street. the 8,000 square foot building would cost 6.3 billion dollars and the mayor's goal is to open the site as early as spring of next year. and this is where people would substance abuse issues would go to safely consume in front of medical professionals and those health care workers are the ones equipped with narcan and medication to prevent those people from overdosing. now take a look at your screen. mayor london breed's team says that, quote, safe consumption side is a health driven harm reduction tool that will help safe lives and
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connect more people to treatment and services. but it is only one part of a broader strategy to address the overdose crisis facing our city now state senator scott wiener is a supporter of the site. he says these venues offer clean needles drug testing kits and give people options to get on the right path to sobriety. we're also introduced legislation late last year to make the site's legal under his senate bill. the sites would be first implemented here in san francisco, oakland and los angeles wiener's bill is set to be heard in the state assembly health committee sometime early next year and the senator also applauded breeds proposed legislation. he says more san franciscans died of overdoses in 2020. then they did of covid-19 now, diane. james, the next thing breed needs is to get the approval from the board of supervisors to finalize that purchase and the mayor's team also plans to reach out to state and federal government
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authorities because at this time these safe consumption sites are illegal back to you guys. ok. thank you very much. camila. >> newsome is warning about a winter surge in covid cases. the governor says california is braced for increased stress on the healthcare system because of that. he says a quarter of our state's population is still not vaccinated. the governor visited a vaccine clinic at the central valley and he's continuing to urge people to get their shots and boosters ahead of winter. >> as we enter into a season, past his pro log. we should anticipate increase of cases increase in hospitalizations. >> newson says he understands people's concerns about the shots. but he's hoping that those who have yet to get vaccinated do so as soon as possible. so the transmission rates remain low over the winter. stanford is reporting
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more than 2 dozen covid-19 cases among students since november 8, 8, staff and faculty members. in fact, of also tested positive over the past week. >> over the past 2 months. stanford has seen an average of fewer than 13 positive cases among students. but after conducting 14,000 tests over the last week. that number now has doubled. the school says that 6 of those students live on campus are in on campus housing. the students that we spoke with say how they were a little concerned. >> lately has been more of a worry because i'm such like close proximity to people. >> who've tested positive. but i'd like tested basically we've been testing like every day. provide a route that has as well. so. >> and the university said in a statement that the students who tested positive have been isolated and those at 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. we have a better
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idea of how many children in the bay area are getting their covid shots in marin county. 30 1% of the nearly 21,000 eligible children have now gotten their vaccine in contra, costa county. that number is at 16%. that's out of 92,000 eligible children in alameda county, 16% of kids between 5.11 have had their shot and san mateo county reporting roughly 17% are vaccinated. those are the only counties right now to released numbers. so far the others say the fell. they're still gathering that information. they will make that public at some point. >> there could soon be another tool to fight the coronavirus pfizer is asking the fda to approve its antiviral pills to treat unvaccinated people who get covid the drug is packs. livid and it's used in combination with an hiv antiviral drug and it could become available within weeks. pfizer says it's also going allow the pill to be made by generic drug companies and sold inexpensively in nearly a
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100 countries hit hard by the pandemic. it would cost just $10. a pill. happening today. the south bay mayor sam liccardo is going hold a news conference talking about the recent decision to protect coyote valley. earlier this week the city council voted to protect 314 acres from industrial development that area will now be used for recreation agriculture and tourism. today's news conference is set for 1130. >> 5.38 the time the palo alto woman accused of igniting a wildfire in shasta county has been deemed mentally unfit to stand trial. 30 year-old alexandria. so verna is charged with starting the fall on fire back in september following a review by 2 court-appointed psychologists. a judge declared her mentally incompetent and put her case on indefinite hold until she can be evaluated for possible placement in a mental hospital. until then, she'll have to remain behind bars at chester county jail.
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>> happening today. it is day 2 of jury deliberations in the trial of kyle rittenhouse. >> a verdict could come down at any moment. we're watching the latest rittenhouse shot 3 men during protests in kenosha, wisconsin last summer. 2 of those men died. prosecutors argued that rittenhouse provoked that confrontation, although his lawyers say that was all in self-defense. we will bring you the verdict as soon as it's announced. also happening today, the defense in the trial of the 3 men accused of killing ahmaud arbery will begin presenting their case. the medical examiner who performed the autopsy testified that operate was shot at very close range. he says aubrey was grabbing the shotgun held by travis mcmichael or pushing it away when he was killed last year. cell phone video shows a struggle between aubrey and mcmichael who fired the shots. the testimony came on the final day of the prosecution's case. >> it's 5.39. and still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news, a housing assistance program in oakland. we'll take a look at how will stop the
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evictions and prevent homelessness. >> plus the warriors win on the road against kevin duran and the brooklyn nets and ho ho ho! not again. oh no.
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maybe karen doesn't watch this early in the morning exchanged gifts. never once. >> john he is to. he's not asking for >> paradise, a that we may get the gloves this what will see it is going to be a cold one this morning. so may actually want to pull out those gloves. just a light pair, though, and a light jacket into the afternoon today as we are looking at current temperatures in the 40's later today. a cooler range of low to mid 60's for your daytime highs skies or otherwise. a little bit clearer than they were yesterday at this time. not to say that we're completely free of fog but definitely less so than yesterday. and certainly less cloud cover to start high pressure builds back in even further today. we do have that cold front to our north. well out of our region. so not to be tapping into me or any moisture either today or tomorrow. now, tomorrow night we will be seeing the potential of a few light sprinkles and in future cast. you can see just how light
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this rainfall potential really is a little bit of cloud cover for your thursday and then showers push in overnight. thursday. a couple of sprinkles mostly for the north bay. the rest of us may see a drop or 2, but looking ahead at future cast of rainfall totals. you can really see just out in significant. this is santa rosa. you may see a quarter of an inch of it. the rest of us will stay well below a 10th of an inch for the most part, only a trace of rainfall across the bay. as for today, a little cooler than yesterday. not a huge difference out of the upper 60's and low 70's back into the low 60's and mid 60's for daytime highs. so it does have a cooler feel to it. 67 in san carlos, one of our warmer spots san jose at 66 while some mid 60's for most of the east bay oakland right at 65 today, north bay temperatures low to mid 60's for you in just a couple of 50's right along the coastline. a look ahead next 7 days. stay pretty cool. overall. it's low to mid 60's all the way through this forecast inland lows will consistently drop into the 40's from here on out. so we do have some cold evenings
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thursday night into friday morning. your best chance of just a few sprinkles. aside from that we stay dry through thanksgiving brain. thank it was cold and windy or i was this morning. so like john sic grab the jackets this morning. >> heading into the city right now. a little under 12 minutes also saw pockets of fog on the bay bridge 5, 1880, traffic is moving along pretty nicely this hour. a little under 13 as you head across towards the peninsula. the richmond sandra fell bridge also seen some reports that there are pockets of fog of this morning commute, a little under 8 minutes traveling out of richmond and in the south bay, we're checking on things along one o one. we see a slight delay about 33 minutes from 85 to menlo park. 2.37 no accidents the air and highway for picking up a bit as you're traveling from one 60 along to 2.42 a little under 21 minutes darya james, back to you. thanks a lot, ray 5.49 right now lets talk warriors. boy, did they rebound celebrating
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in blue. very nice morning for the warriors. yeah, they went to brooklyn. >> they faced off with kevin durant. the brooklyn nets beat you in your house like i had was let's get right to the highlights. steph curry playing lights out. he dropped 37 points on the nets that night, 9, 3, pointers. in fact, it was steps 3rd game this season with 9 threes. no one else in the nba has a single game yet the high can you believe it is. yeah. andrew wiggins, jordan poole. they also helped out points yeah, of course it's going, okay. what was the final one. 17 19 to do your finally got to see here is coming off and you know, a loss you didn't play well, so. >> it's not the playoffs, but there's an intensity that, you know, you have to show up. if you're going to be a team like that. so we definitely like and get focused and. you thrive off that competitive, you know, know that there's a lot of town. the floor.
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>> and they're going to continue on this little eot streak to be on the road again tomorrow night. facing the cleveland cavaliers that wasn't steps way of, you know, just giving a little wink and a nod to kd its civil civil. we beat you. so it feels even better. and what was actually the best part was after the game. you saw katie hug and dream on a good step curry they generally enjoy seeing each other any way tipoff time for tomorrow's at one at 04:30am. a little shimmy. >> it was. i did it. new in oakland, cnn where debris. so at the oakland coliseum, this thing they're going to move for. city council says ok, with efforts to bring a wnba fun. yeah. the council are 2 proposals. >> the african american sports and entertainment group pitched a plan to bring pro basketball back to the oakland arena. the other group led by baseball hall of famer. dave stewart wants to revitalize and develop the entire site. so the council decided to enter into an exclusive negotiation agreement with the
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backers of the first proposal. that's the wnba proposal. so we'll see what happens with that. the writing's on the wall, james speaking of sports venues, the staples center obviously famous in l a it's going to getting a new name for christmas. you can't call it the staples center anymore. the home of the lakers, the clippers, the sparks, the kings. it's going to be renamed the crypto dot com arena. what we'll see if that who's the four's that it could company that calms down it's the first rebranding since the stadium opened in 99. so everybody so used to call in the staples crypto crypto crypt. it sounds more futuristic. crypto. it does. and a little evil yeah. crypto okay. now this new naming rights deals reporting a 20 year deal worth 700 million dollars. it would make it the most expensive naming rights deal ever. the price tag for the chase center is naming rights that was a 20 year deal that was only 300 million. sounds like a bargain away so a staple center is shouldn't
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why. well, this was a survey conducted by bank rate dot com gas prices is what they factored in a years and insurance costs also among those in the survey. can bones are bad. your cars are going to get up when they say worst drivers, we thought right. they meant were bad drivers were not bad drivers the roads are bad and to reduce are long and the survey also looked into traffic deaths to a drunk driving arrest accident use all that stuff, right. the best state for drivers, at least according to survey the conditions. yeah, ohio. yeah. you don't have anywhere to go. well, that's it. people on outside. i mean, we were accidents, but maybe the roads are. but i don't know that this was a fair we don't test. i beg to differ. 5.56 is a time out. but i know coming up in the next hour, california celebrating. >> the incredible courage and bravery of a little girl who walked to the first day of school for the first time and broke a color barrier. it is
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>> wednesday. yes, middle of the week. i get what? it looks pretty good outside. i mean, aside from the temperatures nice and clear it's a little cold. want to bundle the kids up as they head off to school today is sunday morning cleary and cold for we traded in yesterday's dense fog advisories. for some 40's this morning at least that means it will be a clear driving to work for most of us. there's still a couple of patches of fog, though, that i don't want to forget about as far as conditions go, otherwise just keep the jackets on hand. your view with the golden gate bridge is nice and clear but temperatures out there are really chilly around santa rosa couple pockets in the south bay as well as the inland east bay. we do have some low cloud cover and fog to watch out for and we are seeing that, especially true out to the central valley were 99 i 5 or blocked out by some very low visibility all over again. now current temperatures are in the 40's 50's. most of us down in the 40's this morning, though, alameda hanging on to the low 50's at 53 petaluma at 45 in santa rosa, a chilly

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