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>> now from the area's local news station. this is kron 4 news at 3. >> i i just i'm not here for the big one. whenever it comes. >> now at 3 o'clock. did you feel it there was a 3.9 earthquake that rattled the east bay earlier this morning and people across the bay area felt that as well. and i thank you so much for joining us here during kron, 4 news at 3 o'clock on this wednesday. i'm justine waldman. this one wasn't the big one, but a 3.9 quake sure did frighten about a bay area residents, but it started shaking at about 1130 this morning. we do have team coverage. this afternoon. we'll start with kron four's dan thorn is live for us now
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in danville. so, dan, did you feel it. and also what are people who are right near percent are saying about the quake from this morning. i missed it. >> but yes, and i certainly felt and i live in pleasant hill. but the usgs told us that this right here was the epicenter. this is saint norbert drive and conway drive here in danville. the 3.9 magnitude earthquake, as you said, striking a just before noon people feeling at all throughout the bay area, including nearby san ramon were actually northeast of san there are also 2 aftershocks today. according to the usgs contra, costa fire telling us that there weren't any reports of any damage. so that's always out. good news. but people throughout the east bay, places like walnut creek. as we mentioned, pleasant hill. also in pleasanton. but even in places as far as san francisco and menlo park say they felt some rattling today. but the residents here in this neighborhood had mixed feelings on what they
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experienced some a little bit more freaked out that others. take a listen. >> it was pretty lasted for about 5 seconds and it felt like a godzilla just steps. and so our living has a big bang short, very short lived. but rattled things in the house. >> i was by was going head to the dining room table get under it. but it was so short. figured. okay. i guess we'll survive. >> well, the usgs tells us that small earthquake struck near the calaveras fault, which is a part of the bigger san andreas fault, which many of us are very familiar with here northern california. but of course earthquake strikes there's always the safety that becomes top of mind. so it's important for people to have go bags ready. those are of course, supposed to be filled with first aid kits and also essentials in case there is an emergency such an earthquake. again, thankfully, this was just a small quake and so far
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there have not been any reports of any damage or injuries here in danville. justine. >> thank you so much, dan. and our team coverage. but you can always stay connected with the latest details and ever quake does strike the bay area scan this qr code. it will take you straight to our website. you can find information on things like building your emergency go bag and details on the shake alert app. this and many were resources are on our website. kron 4 dot com. it's our team coverage continues right now with our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. she's got more details on the earthquake. did you feel it? >> i did not me interesa. we were both doing kronon earlier today for our noon hit the other half of the newsroom fell to the we did not hear surprisingly, but i know a lot of people in danville and of course, san ramon certainly felt that quake. there were 2 aftershocks. 1, 2.6. the other 3 and it was downgraded from 4 point. '02. now, a 3.9 magnitude quake. so pretty localized, obviously no threat
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of any tsunami is just because it was such a minor quake and far inland in the east bay. but certainly a talker today throughout the newsroom and even for a lot of our viewers at home who certainly felt it radar for though. we are tracking some changes out there. we are seeing crystal clear skies. some high thin high clouds overhead. but our next storm going to be a week want set to arrive by thursday night. it is going to bring us an increase in that high cloud cover. but we are going to notice very light scattered showers just north of san francisco primarily impacting those of you in the north bay during the overnight hours through friday morning. but then by friday afternoon, it's going to start to break apart so very light scattered hit or miss in nature by friday night dryer clear conditions but we're really just tracking about a 10th of an inch of rain or less. we will notice gusty winds mainly along the coast around 30 miles per hour less as that storm passes the bay area very quickly. but from now until then, very dry conditions. a cooling trend
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tomorrow. details ahead on what your weekend forecast has in store for us in just a few minutes to back to you. thank you so much. >> now to our coronavirus coverage this afternoon in san francisco is seeing an increase in covid-19 cases and is now urging everyone to make safe choices as we head into the holiday season during a virtual news conference today. the city's health director doctor grant colfax recommended anyone. those still needs to get a covid-19 vaccine to get it and the children as young as 5 are now eligible. the city is also recommending anyone over the age of 18 to get a booster shot, especially if you work in a high-risk setting. also the flu shot is another recommendation to keep yourself safe this season. as for holiday gatherings, the doctors saying outdoor activities are still safer than anything inside doctor colfax says the city needs more san franciscans to get a booster shot to help avoid a winter search. kron four's. dan kerman is working on the story. his full report is
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coming up during crowd for news at 5 o'clock tonight. and with thanksgiving right around the corner. and it is going to mean the travel is going to gear up. so everyone can get to there destination. airports are seeing increased levels moving more towards what it was like before the pandemic at san francisco international airport. they are anticipating an uptick in passengers. both coming and going, especially now is international. travel is allowed the sfl sfo spokesperson. doug yakel says with some pandemic restrictions still in place. he does have tips for travelers. >> but he that's been through sfo the past year and a half and probably a took a lot less time to get through the process. imagine what it was like in 2019 and give yourself that kind of time yourself a good 2 hours for a domestic flight 3 hours for an international flight if you're getting a covid test before boarding your international flight. remember the budget additional time for that as well. that's the ultimate luxury. otherwise understand
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that of face masks are still required for air travel. there's a lot of walks of life where they're no longer required. but any time you're at our airport or on board an aircraft. you still got to wear that face mask. >> a spokesperson vehicles also adding that they're predicting passenger counts will continue to increase, especially as more and more travelers become vaccinated. well, going after the south bay where a san jose man has been discharged from the hospital after fighting covid-19 for 9 months. he has now started the long slow journey of getting his life back and kron four's charles clifford joins us now with this incredible story of long story of recovery. good afternoon, charles. >> yeah, well, we know that covid-19 can be a very brutal but imagine getting sick and then being stuck at the hospital for 9 months. that's exactly what happened to a san jose man. on wednesday. 31 year-old noah davis returned to the santa clara valley medical center to begin his
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physical rehabilitation was greeted by the nurses and doctors who cared for him for 9 months while he fought covid-19 noah contracted the virus back in february. and at first he tried to fight through it at home. but his health deteriorated quickly yeah. i mean, i was scared coming in here to know. i mean, that doesn't go home. a couple days get better. but arrived at the hospital, his blood oxygen level had dropped to 65% dangerously low. his doctors feared. he might not survive and they had to move quickly destabilizing. he was basically sedated in a medically paralyzed in order to be able to get through that just to the degree of. >> this function of his lungs. noah was in a medically induced coma for 8 weeks when he woke up, he couldn't walk breathe or move his left arm. he says the ordeal was terrifying waking up not knowing that 2 months passed. you know, i was very scared making up. my arm did not move my late that i was too weak. >> but as the months slowly past noaa began to get a little stronger bit by bit was
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finally discharged last week sent home. his doctors are hopeful that he will regain much of his former strength but could take time. we're all hopeful that continue to make improvements in terms of standing in. we don't know what the future holds, reeve walking and maybe being able to get to a point where he could eventually be out of a wheelchair with ongoing therapy. noah hopes to walk again and breathe normally things. he says he used to take for granted. he's also thankful for the hard work of his nurses and doctors can you know, just. >> i'm amazed been. they treat me like human being. they treat me like i was, you know, part of the family and they want to make sure i prepared. >> all right. back live now now. when no got sick back in february. there are no vaccines available for him. he has since been vaccinated with 2 doses of the pfizer vaccine saying you'll do whatever it takes to have to avoid having this happen again. but for now in the south bay, charles clifford kron 4 news. what a story. thank you so much, charles.
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>> well, that out to the south bay and in san jose, some city leaders and environmentalists are celebrating that a vote that they say will protect coyote valley from urban development went through kron four's off level has the story. now. he joins us live from san jose, good afternoon, rob. >> good afternoon, justine. that's there will be any huge amazon style where houses built here in the coyote valley anytime soon. not after the city council voted to preserve some 314 acres of land here in a setting, a precedent for the preservation of hundreds of acres of more of this land in the future. let's take a look at the video here is hard to imagine. that this place, this coyote valley here in far south san jose's actually inside the city limits of san jose now in what marks a victory for local environmentalists. the city council last night voted unanimously to rezone part of coyote valley from industrial use to agricultural and open space for forming and wildlife
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fund and other uses the valley contains most of the farmland and open space left in santa clara county today san jose mayor sam liccardo and others declared victory over development in the name of preserving this land for future generations. >> honor the past. we honor our own e forebears. as we stand on land that sustained many generations of their families. and the best way to honor them. is to uphold their inspiring example. stewardship. and this wonderful place protecting and restoring coyote valley as natural infrastructure is one of the smartest investments. >> we can make to build climate resilience in the region that helps both people and nature adapt to the effects of climate change last night we witnessed the courage. of the san jose's leaders when they voted to protect coyote valley from the development. our hearts filled
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with pride to see mayor sam liccardo and the san jose city council preserve coyote valley for our future generations. >> no property owners had argued farming here is just not economically viable for them anymore. they're arguing that closing the doors an industrial development will devalue their land, violate their property rights to their attorney, former san jose mayor chuck reed said a rezoning is not necessarily a permanent solution. and the only way he says future development here. if the political winds should change down the road would be to buy the land asking government perhaps some of the open space authorities to buy the land from these property owners to compensate for them. we'll have more on the story for you coming up on kron, 4 news at 5 until that live here in the coyote valley. justine, back to you. thank you so much, rob. look forward to your report. >> here's what's coming up at 3 o'clock today. why experts believe that this thanksgiving
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meal would be the most expensive in the history of the holiday. and later, a new study from uc davis compares. how much of a viral load unvaccinated and vaccinated. people have when it comes to covid-19. then after the break, san francisco wants to open a place where people will be able to use drugs. well being supervised by medical professionals. we'll see where
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>> san francisco wants to open up a designated facility for people to use drugs and mayor london breed introduced legislation to purchase a building on the corner of geary and hide in the tenderloin neighborhood for a safe injection sites. the site would be monitored by health care professionals as people inject themselves with drugs. the workers will be equipped with nor can another medication to prevent people from overdosing state senator scott wiener is in support of these safe injection sites. he tells us they would give people options to get on the right path to sobriety. >> most people who use them and a potentially going into recovery inside potatoes factions broke down. syringe litter goes down and the surrounding neighborhoods. it's a good day or a it's a good strategy. >> the 8 1000 square foot building would cost 6.3 million dollars. the mayor's goal is to open the site as early as spring of next year. >> she first, though, needs approval from the board of supervisors to finalize this
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purchase. we do have some developing news out of the north bay this afternoon where the marin county sheriff's office tweeted out this video of 2 men. they say stealing the catalytic converter from this to prius and leaving in under 2 minutes. this happened in lucas valley. and if you recognize the men or their vehicle. you're asked to call the marine county sheriff's office 2 minutes. that's it. that's all it takes. happening today. of employees for the hayward unified school district plan to rally to protest. the district's plan to close schools 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 to look at other possible ideas. they also want to make sure there is a plan to help the students will be forced to change schools. today's rally is set for 4 o'clock and birchfield park. the protesters then plan to march to the district offices.
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also happening today, the san mateo county workers. what some of them will be hitting picket lines today over wages. the protest will include some health care professionals, social workers and engineers. they say they have been without a contract for 2 months and that the offer of a one percent rage increase is insulting. the strike is set to last all day. it is not clear if the county services are going to be impacted. plans to create a buffer zone around a planned planned parenthood clinic in walnut creek have now been postponed. so far this year. police have been called out 42 times to stop protesters from harassing patients at the clinics, oakland boulevard location, walnut creek city council members were meant to discuss this buffer zone in their meeting last night, but there were technical difficulties with a zoom call. so that forced officials to cancel the meeting. no word yet on when this meeting will be rescheduled. californians are
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conserving far less water than governor newsom is asking us to do the severe drought prompted the governor to ask the state's nearly 4 million residents to voluntarily reduce water use by 15%. new data that came out on tuesday showing water use only went down on average 3.9% in september, not even 4%. that's way less than what's being asked of 15 so that mark is also down, though, from the 5.1% that we reached in august, california reduced its water consumption by 3.6% in july when governor newsom made that request. we are not meeting that benchmark. we do have some good news to pass along in the effort to keep tahoe blue officials are saying water quality was not out of the ordinary in areas that were impacted by the caldor fire experts have been studying the impact of the fire on lake tahoe's clarity gathering data on concerns like algae growth and particles in the lake. the study looked at water from the first storm since the fire hit the area. officials say if not
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for a recent infrastructure improvements storm damage could have been a lot worse. we'll switch up and talk a little bit more in depth now about our weather forecast as we take a live look outside here. downtown san francisco. nice, sunny day out there today and our meteorologist rodriguez is joining us now with a look at what we can expect for the rest the day and our next chance of rain looks like it's right around the corner. yeah, that's right. justine not only light showers for us here in the bay area but snow showers for those of you heading out to sea air ahead of thanksgiving weekend. let's take a look, though. >> right outside for your wednesday afternoon. clear skies. but we are noticing those thin high clouds, also known as are fair weather maker cirrus clouds overhead cloud cover only going to get thicker tomorrow ahead of the approaching storm set to arrive into the bay area thursday night into friday morning, bringing us about a 10th of an inch of rain or less to drive in clear for those of you at the sierra. you're going to notice that increase in cloud cover,
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though, throughout your thursday morning and thursday afternoon with light rain chances. also mainly for the valleys. but the passes and ridges above this year could actually see about less than an inch of snow. that's going to be possible that this storm going to be more of a written. wind maker then rain and snow maker with gusts upwards of about 30 miles per hour. last thursday night through friday. but we are going to see cooler temperatures in the mid 50's for truckee in south lake tahoe cooling down even more into the upper 40's by friday mid 40's by saturday before gradually start to warm up and dry out ahead of thanksgiving next weekend. temperatures out there right now as you head out the door for your bay area forecast. pretty seasonal out there. widespread mid to upper 60's. oakland 68 degrees. san jose. a degree cooler at 67 with 64 degrees for downtown san francisco barely in the low 60's for livermore with widespread mid 60's in the north bay uniform numbers out there at 63 degrees. but
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tomorrow widespread mid to upper 50's along the coast and north bay valleys with nap at 59 degrees cooling down in the low 60's along the east bay shoreline with mid 60's. for those of you in san jose. but then we're going to see warmer and drier weather as a storm passes. details ahead on your full seven-day outlook which gives us a sneak peek of what we can expect for thanksgiving week. back to you. just staying. thank you so much for reasons still ahead and coming up at 3.45 here. kron 4. we're launching a new series. >> that is going to be examining the homeless crisis in san francisco and why it does not appear to be getting. better. also after the break. your thanksgiving favorites may be hard to come by this may be hard to come by this year. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby...don't say a word... but if slow upload speeds turns your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds
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limited availability in select areas. afternoon. this year's thanksgiving could be the most expensive meal and the history of the holiday. >> experts are pointing to rising inflation supply chain issues and labor shortages. but senate republicans are arguing there is a single culprit. the biden administration. our washington correspondent jessi turnure reports. >> what is thanksgiving meal without sweet potatoes, right. senate republicans warn our holiday favorites will be harder to find and more expensive to buy than ever before. this thanksgiving. more and more people can no longer afford that thanksgiving meal. kansas senator jerry moran says labor shortages and supply chain issues have depleted grocery store shelves and overwhelmed
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food banks. it's not the delivery trucks drivers fall and it's not the store's fall. the blame falls squarely on the white house and the democratic leadership, arkansas, senator john boozman also blames the biden administration for accelerating another holiday cost gas prices. the problem is nothing is being done. democrats recognize the problem. but argue the 1.7 5 trillion dollars. social spending and climate bill. they're currently trying to pass will ease all of these concerns. if you want to lower costs and grow the economy support build back better. >> if you want to fight inflation support, build back while senate majority leader chuck schumer acknowledges the legislation focuses on long-term solutions. >> white house press secretary jen psaki says the short term fix is clear. the number one thing that the president can do is help get covid under control in washington. i'm jessi tenure. >> up next, one of the most recognizable faces from the january 6 riot was sentenced
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♪ 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 ♪ >> state and federal leaders
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are saying they're taking action to keep goods moving through california pope ports amid global supply chain issues. our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains the update. >> this is jaw dropping without pressing governor gavin newsome visiting the port of los angeles wednesday as containers and idle ships continue to clog southern california ports. newsom announced wednesday. the state will issue temporary permits to allow trucks to carry more cargo. while that might. >> not pose an immediate relief on the retail front. it will have a substantial benefit on industrial and manufacturing cargo containers that will make their way into the ports of long beach and la the governor said his administration is still working on identifying property to temporarily store containers. he's also directed the department of motor vehicles to extend hours at some locations to process more commercial driver's licenses. it's all part of an effort to cut down on the number of stacked containers behind him. the vtsual you see here ships anchor. >> is indicative of a larger
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lack of investment that we've made as a nation. john pri party is the port envoy for the biden administration. he noted the federal infrastructure bill. the president recently signed dedicate 17 billion dollars to revamping ports across the country. governor newsom said the state will be aggressive in getting its fair share of the money meanwhile, california is projected to see yet another historic 31 billion dollars. state budget surplus. governor, nice and promising to allocate big money for what has become a big problem. we are going to substantially increase. >> our one-time investments in infrastructure. and that's one preview you can count at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron 4 news. president biden wants the federal trade commission to investigate whether oil and gas companies are artificially inflating prices at the pump. >> in a letter to the agency. the president says there's mounting evidence of anti consumer behavior by big oil. biden said despite declining costs for oil and gas companies in huge profits prices for the public remain
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very high exxon and chevron posted massive 3rd quarter revenues and both companies are said to be planning stock buybacks. president biden has not ruled out releasing oil from us reserves to help lower prices. another coronavirus news today. today now marks 2 years since many health experts believe the coronavirus first began to spread in china. a study found the first case likely began spreading on november 17th 2019. the first confirmed american case was a washington state man who was first diagnosed in january of 2020 health experts believe that the virus was likely spreading throughout the u.s. well before that. if you are fully vaccinated and feel that there is no reason for you to wear a mask in a public setting like thanksgiving dinner findings from a uc davis study are showing why whether you are vaccinated or not. you might want to keep that mask handy
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kron four's as media reports. >> a study by researchers at uc uc san francisco and the chan zuckerberg biohub shows no significant difference in the viral load. those who are vaccinated against covid-19 and those who are not project scientist at the uc davis genome center doctor david coyle took part in the research. >> what we found is that. of people who got infected. it didn't matter much. whether they were symptomatic or asymptomatic are vaccinated or unvaccinated. they had some or all levels of the virus. the viral load study took the retrospective look at close to 900 results from people tested for covid-19 over the summer in san francisco's mission district. >> and yolo county residents. this including ucd staff and students. >> researchers say the results showed no significant difference between defected
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people with or without symptoms. and we want to point that out because that's important. we see like mask mandate to say if you're unvaccinated. >> you have to wear masks or vaccines. don't. maybe that doesn't make sense if vaccinated people also have high levels of virus. this covid-19 study is timely and that wearing a facial covering is something folks who are vaccinated against the virus might want to think about when gathering with friends and family over the thanksgiving holiday. i would say masking or testing. so i know people that are planning on hosting thanksgivings and saying everyone needs a negative test within 24 hours that's a pretty good if everyone is vaccinated and everyone has a very recent negative test. >> that's pretty asking be even better. but that is complicated for dot. >> has mud. kron 4 news. >> national news today. one of the most recognizable faces from the january 6
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insurrection. jacob chansley better known as the qanon shamann was sentenced to more than 3 years in prison. our washington, dc correspondent raquel martin has more details now. >> joe biden got breaking get note wednesday 34 year-old jacob chansley, the so-called qanon sharman was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison. nearly 11 months after he and hundreds stormed the capitol in an attempt to stop the certification of the 2020 presidential election results he was and has been held accountable following the hearing chansley's attorney albert watkins told reporters his client accepts his fate is a man of the ship. lynn. he gets walk ins asked the judge for compassion because chansley was diagnosed with several mental health problems. he has the resources. >> to the bureau of prisons and access to health care that he people hearing his sentence. gently took nearly 30 minutes making an emotional plea to the judge. well making
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comparisons to jesus and gandhi. he called himself a good man who simply broke the law. but federal prosecutors painted a much different picture. >> and called him a key figure of the attack in court. they replayed audio and showed video of tensely carrying a spear and leading a group into the senate chamber. they say chansley also left a note for then vice president mike pence calling him a traitor. paul january 6 defendants are not the lee called his own actions indefensible. his sentence is lower than the amount of time prosecutors were seeking but is now tied for the longest sentence connected to january 6 in washington. raquel martin. >> it's weather. time now take a live look outside here along the san mateo bridge. little traffic right now and also some sunny skies. and our meteorologist not respond rig as is here now with a look at the rest of our work week. and also some interesting things will be happening with the moon if we can see it, though,
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considering this the storm that's coming in. so i have some good news and bad news just seen. the good news is we are going to have a partial lunar eclipse. >> that's going to write thursday night after 11 o'clock peaking by 1 o'clock friday morning and it's going to be the longest partial lunar eclipse in 600 years lasting 3 hours. 28 minutes boat. we have a storm that we're tracking going to bring us some light. but measurable rain about a 10th of an inch of rain or less so the good news is we are getting some light scattered showers. the bad news is because of that storm cloud cover. we're going to miss out on that partial lunar eclipse. but plenty of sunshine out there right now at half moon bay for your wednesday afternoon. calm wind speeds as well. and we're going to see more of that cool sea breeze westerly flow by tomorrow. bring us an increase in cloud cover and cooling down temperatures for your thursday afternoon. high temperatures out there right now. widespread 50's 60's right now 68 degrees for oakland in half moon bay nearly 10 degrees cooler at 59
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degrees already starting to get that cool sea breeze influence. there with overnight lows. cooling down into the mid to upper 40's along the coast and even for most of the east bay shoreline. and as you make your way inland to most of the valley's san francisco and oakland in the low 50's. so a little bit milder there compared to everyone else with daytime highs tomorrow cooling down below average widespread upper 50's to low 60's mid 60's over fremont and san jose. but for those of you at half moon bay only warming up to 57 degrees of downtown san francisco 59 degrees for your thursday afternoon highs and then stormy weather thursday night through friday. like i mentioned, just about a 10th of an inch of rain or less. but then warming up and drying out clearing out as well. just in time for this weekend. and it looks like that trend is going to continue through thanksgiving day, just dean. so as long as the turkey isn't dry. we have great weather heading our way. back to you. thank you so much. here's what's coming up. >> at 3 what is the movement but the human body makes. have
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>> we are taking a live look outside right now here at san francisco international airport. it's about to get busy there as people prepare for holiday travel, specially for thanksgiving. and if you plan to take any food with you. the tsa is putting out some reminders, some thanksgiving foods can be brought through airport security checkpoints. that includes turkey stuffing mac and cheese and some baked goods think cakes cookies. however, cranberry sauce gravy wine or anything in a can larger than 3.4 ounces will need to be put in a checked bag. and check this out. there's a new study out of georgia tech that's revealing that snapping your finger is the fastest movement overall in the human body. not that great. it's napping can even hear anything scientists found that it takes just 7 milliseconds to snap your fingers. that's more than 20 times quicker in the blink of an eye. they say the secret is
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of kron four's commitment to the bay area. we're taking you inside one of the most controversial and divisive issues in our community. >> that's homelessness in this new crime for syria's reporter and san francisco native maureen kelly shows us the crisis from a new perspective, the one from the streets. >> i'm from san francisco. i was born and raised here and i still live here. i see the homeless problem in this city every day. and now you're going to see it too strapped with this cell phone. i'm giving you an up close look inside the crisis. well, i try to find out why it doesn't seem to be getting much better. >> we don't have to walk far in san francisco to see it. people passed out on the pavement. tense and garbage taking over the sidewalk.
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certain streets jammed with rundown arby's. even though i grew up in the city. there are places i don't feel safe getting out of the car to show you. this is recent video from larkin street in the tenderloin sense of lawlessness just steps away from the federal courthouse. >> and while the problem with homelessness and drug use is not on every corner. >> you can easily escape while walking on the and began shooting up right in front of me. if you live or work here, the attitudes towards homeless people there's compassion. there is acceptance. some are just fed up. >> i don't really know the best way to handle it. but what i what i want to see is people who are violent and aggressive off the street. >> and while it's easy to blame horrific street scenes on the homeless and learning. it's a lot more complicated. that's because i'm not just
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shooting video. also taking the time to listen or reporter was jailed for some say they were forced out. >> others on the properties of we had to get out. >> some can't seem to find a way out. are you trying to get any services. i tried. but they didn't really want to help me need some tell me they just want to stay put. >> both of those those digging a hole that are usually pull up active tweeters tracks and a bunch of other people. and i don't like if your tattoos like railroad. i think some say they're just passing through for the past 2 writing. >> so now what we've all seen the headlines that changes coming 12 billion dollars to support homeless. a new program after new program. is any of it. a real reason for hope. it's time to find out in the coming months kron 4 will be taking you inside the crisis in san francisco getting answers from city leaders looking into the programs meant to help. figure out what's actually working on the streets. but i can't do it
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alone. that's why we started a tip line. if there's something i need to see or know to help understand this crisis email me on the streets kron 4 dot com. maybe by looking at the problem from a different perspective together we can make a difference. reporting on the morning. kelly kron 4 news. >> our first investigated broadcast airs tonight at 10 o'clock kron four's maureen kelly will take us inside youth homelessness and tries to find out why not everyone is getting the help they need in san francisco. that's tonight at 10. a community led effort in san francisco is helping victims of smash-and-grab burglaries reunite with their stolen items with dozens of car break-ins happening daily. a lot of stolen luggage and items just end up being dumped right in the mid richmond district on the ground can kind of see here from this video now neighbors are using social media apps like
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nextdoor to post about the stolen items that they have found. one man says he has already helped 50 tourists get their stuff back and most recently was able to help a group over the weekend. >> the least we can do its neighbors is, you know, help the poor to risk 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. >> in addition to next or sometimes you can also find neighbors posting about stolen items on facebook or twitter. all right. let's talk about our forecast now as we take a live look outside here across san francisco from our. the camera on top of sutro tower. gorgeous afternoon out there, but some rain might be coming back into our forecast. let's get the timing of it nailed down with our meteorologist mabrisa they're just and yeah,
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we're going to notice a much different sky cover by tomorrow afternoon. it's going to be cloudy with the approaching storm. >> not arriving until thursday night through friday morning in the bay area. so enjoy that sunshine dry clear, calm conditions out there right now. all that's going to change tomorrow. we're going to track the stronger sea breeze out on the coast about 30 miles per hour. less widespread mid to upper 50's along the san francisco peninsula with marina district 58 degrees downtown san francisco just warming up to 59 degrees. so about 5 degrees below average there with happened and daly city, even pacifica in the mid 50's for your thursday afternoon highs. so it's going to be a relatively dry morning and afternoon showers will start to arrive. for those of you in the north bay by thursday night millbrae and burlingame 58 degrees boarding with 60's for san mateo and san carlos. but 60 degrees there. but milder temperatures for those of you in the south bay 65 degrees for you in cupertino low 60's for livermore. and we're tracking upper 50's for
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berkeley with oakland and richmond at 62 degrees as our walnut creek and concord, napa 59 degrees. and we're going to see widespread low to mid 60's for most of the north bay. but petaluma 59 degrees. so noticeably cooler forecast there, but then warming up and drying out just in time for the weekend. and it looks like that drying trend going to continue through our thanksgiving holiday. back to you. just seen. we're going to get a sneak peek at the floats as they get ready for the macy's thanksgiving day
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>> it is go time for macy's as it gets ready to kick off an annual thanksgiving tradition. the macy's thanksgiving day parade. the 95 year-old ritual is returning. >> to its full skill parade routes after twenty-twenty served up a fare share of challenges and restrictions. the parade will return with 10 marching bands, 15 character balloons. 28 floats so much more. organizers are saying they are ready to put on a show. >> we've got 10 marching bands. we've got 15 giant character balloons. you've got 28 floats. we've got 30 plus her balloons of varying sizes everyone is craving. >> what this tradition means just togetherness. we like being that connective tissue for so many people in their lives on this day. >> all parade participants are going to be required to wear a
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mask. also be vaccinated against covid. >> a nasa astronaut is set to make history. she will become the space agency's first black woman to embark on a long-term mission. >> geologist doctor jessica watkins will serve as a mission specialist on the next astronaut space x flight to the international space station. so join 3 others for a 6 month mission set to begin in april on the flight known as crew for doctor. watkins says she hopes to set an example for children of color, particularly young girls so they can see that they can participate and succeed. well, that will the news does not and hear our coverage will continue with the top of the hour on the kron on app. here's a look at what's coming up at 4 o'clock today. henry ruggs was in court in las vegas. that's the former raiders player will tell you about a lawsuit that was filed as well. and the deadly astroworld shooting. so 2 stories that they're working on right now. just use your
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phone to scan this qr code on the screen right now and we'll take you directly to the app store where you can download the kron on app for free. that's going to do it for us here during kron 4 news at 3 o'clock today. i'm justine waldman, thank you so much for joining us. we can always connect on facebook, instagram and twitter forward to hearing from you there. don't forget to tune in tonight during our primetime coverage at 10 o'clock as maureen kelly kick-off for homelessness series. it's excellent. i really recommend to give it a try. >> see you back here tomorrow
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