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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> remember 20th. i'm filling in for noelle bellow was on vacation right now. let's start by getting a look at weather with dave sphar, dave, there was some all water. my car this morning. so i assume it rained overnight. yeah. we have some sprinkles going on. and that's pretty much done now. we're going back in the sunshine. it looks like for the entire weekend, although a bit on the cool side. >> we have a little bow to being grazed by a few little light showers early into next week. but nothing really heavy lifting worth mentioning and
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again, looks like pretty good for this weekend. lots of sunshine for you too. now a live look at sfo. no delays going on this morning. we do have bouts of fog here and there on storm tracker 4 pretty quiet. do want to note, though we do have some winds, though, up in the north bay a little bit. they will get to that in a bit. we have 50's and 40's mixture to start things off. actually pretty chilly given the fact we had some sprinkles going on. santa rosa at 42 tends to keep temperatures more uniform. we have anything that resembles kind of a rain event or winds. speaking of which those are the current winds up in the north bay. they'll be a little bit of a breeze going on that is offshore. that would be kind of a warning bell if it wasn't so much that we had recent rains to help out. here's a view of the east bay shoreline. you have some fog off towards the distance. but on balance sunny skies temperatures hanging in the 60's both today and tomorrow. a closer look at that forecast in just a bit. sarah. >> thank you, dave. 7. oh, one. and we will start with san francisco police arresting multiple people suspected of
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robbing the the louis baton store in union square the crime happened last night around 8 ooclock in the video sent to us from one of our viewers, you can clearly see officers chasing down and then appearing to smash the windows of a silver mustang. it's not clear if the suspected robbers were inside the car glass of the on stories all cheddar to, of course, from those robbers in this video from another viewer. you can see another person fleeing the scene. look arms full of clothing and this was just seconds before police officers swarmed that silver mustang. the officers eventually pulled someone out of the war and are seen taking that person into custody. look at that silver mustang right there. now we've reached out to san francisco police for more details. but have not heard back yet. this is something we'll continue to monitor as the morning goes on. now for 15 days. all eyes were on the courtroom in kenosha, wisconsin for the murder trial of kyle
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rittenhouse. the jury deliberated for roughly 3 and a half days before delivering the not guilty verdict. many are calling the result of this trial as an indictment of our legal system. but for others, they say they feel vindicated. grant lodes has the details. >> we the jury find the defendant kyle a great each red house not guilty. >> acquitted on all counts. kyle rittenhouse overcome with emotion after learning he is a free man. the now 18 year-old was charged with killing 2 white men and wounding a 3rd in the summer of 2020 during a tumultuous night of protests over police brutality just days after jacob blake was shot multiple times in the back by a kenosha police officer. blake's uncle was outside the courthouse when the verdict was read. how many cases do you need to see. pop. so other people walking out the door after murder, people that were either african-american or supporting african
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>> reaction to today's verdict was mixed rittenhouse said he went to kenosha to protect property from rioters. he took the stand claiming self-defense shooting a man after he said he was bashed in the head with a skateboard. a second man allegedly tried to take rittenhouse's gun. a 3rd man admitted to pulling a gun first on the then 17 year-old. that's when rittenhouse shot wounding the man and running from the scene. he walked towards officers hands in the air told them what happened and an officer told him to go home. he later turned himself in at a police station in kenosha. the prosecution arguing rittenhouse was an active shooter intent on unleashing violence that night. but rittenhouse's attorney says he had faith. if the jurors follow the law, this would be the outcome if you're that state, you correctly result. i was crazy. if you read the statue correctly. >> he was legal. >> and having that firearm
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nice to our individual mandate defend themselves. the system in this country or recognize your and back. >> but not everyone agrees that justice was served we demand the federal government to and charge kyle rittenhouse with federal violations wars actions. the parents of one of the men killed by rittenhouse in kenosha in twenty-twenty released a statement after the verdict saying, quote, we're heartbroken and angry that kyle rittenhouse was acquitted in his criminal trial for the murder of our son, anthony huber. there was no justice today for anthony or for mister rittenhouse's. other victims. joseph rosenbaum and gaige grosskreutz. >> under wisconsin law. a person is permitted to use deadly force in self-defense. if the threat he or she is facing is equally deadly. but if you provoke the attack, you are barred from using deadly force. unless you have exhausted every alternative. so this case was on the prosecution to prove to the
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jury that rittenhouse provoked his victims. the jury, though, did not buy that argument. now there was a protest in oakland after the bird verdict last night. we'll have that story in our half hour. so make sure you stick with us. we also have continuing coverage on the rittenhouse trial on our website we have to do is scan that qr code on your screen and you'll be directed directly to that special section of our website. >> happening today at 7. '06, but this morning to just act to activists are celebrating the 52nd anniversary of the american indian occupation on alcatraz island. >> us. secretary deb haaland will touch on the progress and the works that still need to be done. kron, four's, camila barco live in sarah's this co with more camilla. what can expect from this today. >> i just want to talk about alcatraz for a second. we know it has this prison that housed some famous convicts. however, after it shut down in 1963
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indian tribes made their way to the island. and now, as you said, u.s. secretary deb haaland will talk about the work that needs to be done between indigenous communities and the federal government. now her visit comes after the biden harris administration met with leaders from the 574 tribes for the white house tribal nations summit holland was in attendance. she's the first native american to serve as a u.s. cabinet secretary. she will highlight the recent investments made to replace aging infrastructure and reduce climate change in indian country and hollande is visiting alcatraz island like sarah said on the anniversary of its occupation by indigenous activists. now the group of native american activists back then were called the indians of all tribes. they're still called that they want to alcatraz to claim the island for the indian people. the tribes demanded the federal government establish a cultural center and a university on the island for native americans. the occupation started on november
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20th 1969 lasted 19 months now. in the end, the government ended. a policy that would have abolished native american tribes and relocated american indians holland is scheduled to talk on the island at 9.30 this morning. we're going to have the highlights for you later this evening. sarah, back to you. thank you. so interesting to learn about that history. i up here and even know that was thing. we'll look forward to report later. you're going to be there. so thanks camila. >> well, coming up on the kron 4 morning news a toddler killed by a stray bullet in oakland is laid to rest reaction from members in the community and the latest on the investigation. >> plus, covid-19 boosters are now available to all adults in the u.s. what you need to know if you want that extra dose if you want that extra dose coming up. stick with us. there's a different way to treat hiv. it's once-monthly injectable cabenuva. cabenuva is the only once-a-month,
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one oh, one pedestrian bicycle bridge officially opens in just a few hours from now because of the information on your screen in the city of palo alto says the bridge will connect to the heart of silicon valley to recreational opportunities like the bayland, the city is celebrating the moment with a ribbon cutting at 10 o'clock this morning. it will be head held up the balan side of the bridge and it's a timed as dave, what's the weather going to be like out there for them. >> looks good today and tomorrow is what we've got going on. lots of sunshine for you this weekend. those temperatures have been on the cool side in the 60's. and there you see some political fall off in the distance, east bay shoreline. keep it here. weather forecast in just a bit. shop black friday deals! starting tomorrow at kohl's! earn $15 kohl's cash for every $50 spent. and take an extra 15% off! get a keurig - $84.99 40% off koolaburra for the home. and small appliances are just $4.99 after rebate.
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>> welcome back. at 7.15 on this saturday and it's time to get another check of weather with meteorologist dave spahr saying yesterday really nasty outside and then today are talking about sunshine good to hear and it's good timing, too, for the weekend. so that's all on the up and up. lots of sunshine both today and tomorrow but a bit on the cool side just to remind you it's near thanksgiving is we get into the winter months just behind us. >> meanwhile, here's a shot of sfo. nw delays going on this morning. but there are areas of fog to make note up a little bit and some of it will be dense in some spots if you're out and about still early today. there's the golden cape ridge kind of
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interesting kind of mixture of clouds and fog. we have to see some blue skies off to the distance. not much the way of winds but conveniently enough for the camera. we have some fog covering up the towers for right now. upstream. not much to bother us until maybe about tuesday are so big raised a little bit by little shower here. but beyond that, pretty steady state. it looks like for the week ahead and pretty much on rain-free readings are in the lower 50's, but we do see some chilly 40's up to the north bay. that's a little unusual to have a little sprinkle then or anything. resembles winds or rain, they tend modify and cutting uniform unify. the temperatures and conditions that we have so little bit cooler to start things off up in the north bay to start what future cast is kind of a snoozer take care of leftover low level moisture here and we go to the mostly today also into tomorrow. so great weekend except again, a bit on the cool side. want to jump to those winds, though. look at the direction the arrows are all lined up here coming in from the due north and also off to the east bay too. normally we'd see this and just a few weeks ago this will be a problem. but because
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we've been lucky with kind of somewhat events here recently moisten up the ground here at the surface. we can take this. so there is an offshore wind to make note of in solano county, particularly a little bit off to the east bay and that's actually going to feel a little chilly a bit and even in the sunshine when you got a little wind going on there. so the breakdown this weekend is sunny and mild temperatures hold in the 60's for most of the bay. that means from the coast all the way inland early into the week. slight warming on monday that a brief shower opportunity tuesday. you blinked. you missed it, then for the rest of the week. it's clearing. but cool lower 60's even well inland. so it's going to feel kind of chilly as we go into black friday. by the way, temperature checks 65 san francisco 66 for oakland 67 san jose and across the wider bay. guess we have 70 at the santa rosa. but most readings will be into the 60's will be dancing and all of this coming up, your 4 zone forecast and take a look at that extended to see what's going on for thanksgiving. sarah. >> thank you, dave. >> now moving on to our
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coronaviras coverage and a big decision from the fda. >> and cdc on booster shot just as the holiday travel season gets started. the fda approve booster shots for all adults. while the cdc lowered its recommendation for who should get a booster. they used the recommendation for anyone 65 and older to get an extra dose. but now it's 50 and older. so we've got kimberly chang to describe more. >> people are going inside more groups next week happens to be largest travel. >> week of the year. the fda move to open up covid-19 booster shots to all adults in an effort to get ahead of rising cases that health experts fear could snowball into a winter surge as millions of americans travel for the holidays. it's a really good time to do it. cases are going up and they're going up rapidly. they're going up nationwide. >> about a dozen states already started offering boosters to all adults on their own, including california. the fda decision means on a national level.
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>> anyone 18 and older can choose the pfizer or moderna booster 6 months after their last dose. anyone who got the one-dose johnson and johnson already can get a boost after 2 months during a public virtual meeting. cdc scientific advisors supported the move friday afternoon after a lengthy discussion on safety and efficacy. so in summary booster, doses of the pfizer vaccine effective in preventing fda vaccine chief doctor peter marks talked about rare side effects that they considered some but not all. >> studies moderna and pfizer. these are real world data and real world evidence studies. suggest but the rate of myocarditis, inflammation of the heart which has been relatively mild, but it's still a side effect is somewhat higher with moderna bennett is with pfizer what went into our consideration of boosters. is that the rates after a 3rd dose, a booster dose appear to be then after
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the second dose and in fact, much closer to be rates after the first dose. >> experts say the vaccine continues to offer strong protection against severe illness. hospitalization and death, even without the booster that protection can weigh in with time. >> and that was kimberly chang reporting the holiday travel season is in full swing at bay area. airports is a live look right here on friday. more than 50,000 people flew out of sfo spokesperson tells us it was the busiest day since the pandemic began. >> we knew for a long time that there was pent-up demand. people want to travel. we just had to remove the barriers that were preventing them from being able to travel. and i think we're seeing that here today. >> been a long time since we have seen lines like this at the airport. look at that. officials recommend you show up 2 hours before domestic flights, 3 hours before international flights. and remember, masks are still required at us airports. it was a similar story at san
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jose's airport roughly 400,000 passengers are expected to pass through the gates in san jose over the next 11 days. levels not seen since the before the pandemic really now that many people are vaccinated in the pandemic has eased. more people are willing to fly, although some travelers say there are still a bit anxious. >> i think it was a little bit stressful. more stressful. this my first time flying since the pandemic. i was very much hesitant to go out. but with the vaccines that have a bust or feeling much more confident going out disney people. i mean, and now going for a wedding for a friend. so i'm feeling a pretty good now. >> the san jose airport is now offering reserve parking spots which can be booked online. happening today in the east bay, the community giving foundations hosting a turkey giveaway in oakland. it will be held at the carter rec center on sunnyside street. it starts at 8 o'clock this morning in the community giving foundation will hold a turkey giveaway. so that's
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what they're doing there. and the address is on your screen. 9600 sunnyside street in oakland. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news the warriors beat the pistons without their star player. plus mail was stolen in the middle of the night and it's happened more than once. what homeowners say needs to change.
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>> now to a heartfelt farewell for 23 month-old jasper. wu the toddler. as you may recall, was hit and killed by a stray bullet in oakland. nearly 2 weeks ago. police say he was caught in the crossfire of gang-related gun battle along 8.80 his mother was behind the wheel as they were driving home to fremont khan forcefully to call shares how jasper is being remembered. >> 23 month-old jasper wu mourned by family and friends at mountain view cemetery in oakland following chinese tradition after the funeral loved ones gathered out front burning. some of jaspers toys and other items that made him happy with the belief. the flame will deliver his belongings up in heaven family just couldn't stop crying. the
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karl chan speaks for family. he was cole's part of jaspers grandfather speech detailing how much harm has been done by one senseless act. important not only hitting chest, but also also hitting him as a grandpa. but basically again tie a committee. it has been nearly 2 weeks since jasper was hit and killed by a stray bullet in oakland. well, he was caught in the crossfire of a gang-related gun fight along interstate 8.80. his family was headed home that day to fremont just. >> unnecessary violence unprovoked violence that's impacting our communities. leads to this pain. oakland police chief leronne armstrong says his department is working with the california highway patrol in its investigation. >> but at this time there are no suspects more about people making better decisions. >> it's about people not taking these type of actions
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in our community that caused tragedy. think that's the real statement. chief armstrong says he would support adding cameras on freeways to assist in investigations. >> meanwhile, the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce says it hopes to increase its $10,000 reward for information that will help solve this case in the coming weeks in oakland believe should all kron 4 news. hopefully they can find the people responsible just so awful. but we have the blue family in our thoughts with us. we've got more news and weather ahead.
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>> good morning and welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's start this half hour with a look at our forecast because it's some good news. dave sphar is in the weather center with the latest on some sunshine that we may see yes today and tomorrow sarah soak it up and it looks pretty good. going right into thanksgiving, too, by the way as well. >> 14 not as much rain coming up, our way as we'd like to see. there is a little bit on tuesday. it's kind of one of these blink. you'll miss of things. however, for today it looks like a lot of 60's going on and skies that will be mostly sunny, here's a little live shot at half moon bay already off to a quick start. we're talking about fog and parts of the bay area. and yet sunshine right here at the coast. looking pretty good at that. so upstream nothing's really going to interfere with us. we do have an offshore wind that is developing up in the north bay. that would be more problematic under a dry conditions spell which were out of now we have 40's going on up in the north bay. so cooling off last minute here. some of that might have been the last minute rain, too.
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some 50's across midday. so our forecast today with some of that fog off to the distance along the east bay looks about 58 by 11 by 2, we're talking 64 more of that to come for your sunday. and again, we'll get more into this in passing shower on tuesday. sarah. >> thank you, dave. curry sat out last night's game against the pistons, but it did not stop the warriors from winning with the help of jordan poole and andrew wiggins plus forty-niners jeff wilson junior is expected to start against the jaguars in sunday's game kron four's kylen mills has the latest. >> the warriors death tested in the motor city for warriors player set out their game against the pistons including steph curry and forward draymond green could the dobbs get it done without their star head coach steve kerr having to work some magic with this. where's lineup. whatever he it worked. andrew wiggins stepped up early hangs in the air check this out and the finish warriors out to a 17 to 4 lead
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late in the half. say if you're by want to anderson tomorrow teens back to jordan poole. he knocks down the tray 3 of his 22 first-half points by the way, dubs lead at the break. i 5 3rd quarter. gary payton, the second with his first start of the season fighting underneath for the board wrestles it away and the gpa to had 12 points. 4 years leads by 8 wiggins, the with the steal goes coast to coast. how about a dunker rue he finished with 27 points dug up by 13 and of the 3rd chris chiozza. not a couple of threes in that quarter. this one here made it 8670 warriors step in the background. you can see him there on the sidelines. loving it draymond green also excited they were getting hyped on the bench 4th quarter pool. watch this. pretty move the up and under. well, the staff asked what 32 points in this game dubs up 12
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at that point draymond and steph loving it again, the pistons would not go away, though. 3 point game with time running out pistons. get up with 3 here. i thought this was going in rolls around the rams andoagain, another offensive board. they get the time to just throw one more shot. it misses as time expires, the final shot was technically after the buzzer, though, we're survive one o 5, 1, or 2 there in toronto on sunday after the game head coach steve kerr talked about poole who had a bit of a homecoming. he played at michigan and grew up in the midwest in milwaukee. >> his year college coaches coach. you were to try it so one trip the year here. so there's a big night for great to see him play. so. >> a familiar face will likely be back leading the forty-niners rushing attack on sunday after running back elijah mitchell was downgraded to doubtful running back jeff wilson junior is expected to start against the jaguars. he just returned from an discuss
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surgery wilson size first action of the season on monday night against the rams. he had 10 carries for 28 yards. wilson torres left meniscus during a locker room incident in may while attending an offseason practice last season. wilson was the forty-niners leading rusher with 600 yards and 7 touchdowns. he says he's ready to go regardless of what his role might be. >> whatever task. you know, that's been that's been the things that they want. so whatever you call us. that was called upon to do so. if that was the case. but i do for me to get only a couple carries bill black. and that's what i'll do. >> santa clara women soccer coach jerry smith told me the only thing harder than winning a national championship is doing it twice in a row. the broncos are one step closer to doing just that after beating georgetown, the second round of the ncaa tournament, santa clara took home the 2 to one victory in overtime for it is the scoring that golden goal you just saw celebrations under way. the team is thrilled that. well, frank broncos outshot the 22nd
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ranked hoyas 13 to 4 smith said he was proud of the way his players grinded out this win in tough conditions. >> we're excited to be moving on for sure. georgetown at georgetown is a not an easy match at all for sure. proud of the team. our cameras and neutral game because we're able to knock downtown proud of our team and looking forward to the next batch. >> the broncos take on wisconsin in the sweet 16 coming up on sunday. that's it for sports. thank you. kylen. >> people living in san francisco's bayview neighborhood say they're fed up with their mail being stolen and they want new mailboxes security footage appears to show the suspects pulling up outside the candlestick cove apartment complex. you can see him right there and stealing mail from the box out front. another video taken thursday morning appears to show the thieves using a master key which is kept inside the mailbox.
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>> one person pop some open. one person stays in the car and then the 2 of those other individuals take all the mail and packages and throw him into a garbage bag. we want the locks changed out. somebody had their immigration documents were taken driver's license. you know, there's packages that are obviously. >> delivered. >> it's really unfortunate. no one reached out to the u.s. postal service about these crimes. one person are the officials actually tell us mail carriers are being robbed of their keys more often than not they advise not leaving mail in your mailbox for longer than needed and have your mail held if you'll be time. and if you're not home to receive a package have it delivered to another address. well, coming up on the kron 4 morning news, a woman who was shot and killed on 18 in the bay bridge has now been identified. what investigators are saying about this shooting. >> and coming up on the kron 4 morning news as well. we've got some bay area residents facing some of the strictest water restrictions in the state. how high your water
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union city. investigators say she was in the passenger seat with a man and 2 children when the car was shot by someone in another car, a family friend says she was a great mother. >> beautiful, beautiful person inside sue took very good care of her children. she chart to work as much as she care to take care of her challenger to water to go to school social there you know, a better mother for her children. >> the man in the 2 children in the car were not hurt chp. investigators have not released a motive for this shooting. there's no description of any shooters yet. stay tune for the rest of that story as we continue to follow it. an investigation, though, is underway after a san francisco police officer shot and killed a man officer say just after 8 friday morning, they got a call about a man with a knife on folsom street near 5th street officers arrived on scene and made contact with that person
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during this contact during the contact with them. one of the officers ended up shooting the man shot died at the hospital. later police told reporters that the suspect is well known among officers. >> he said he's known to police. he is known say why is >> we're not able to as the state how we eat. how no. our officers. build relationships and no individuals throughout the neighborhood. and i can state that he is no. >> as a part of sfpd is commitment to transparency and accountability. a town hall meeting regarding this officer involved shooting will be held within the next 10 days. dave. >> all right. lots of sunshine going on for you not just today but also through the weekend temperature check with all the sunshine little fooling, though, middle to upper 60's for so it's going to come in on the cool side. get ready for it for the week ahead, although we'll see plenty of sun and holiday. a look at your forecast in just
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>> it's 7.44 and drought conditions continue to get worse in the bay area and really all over the state of california and that's forcing some local water providers to
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take extreme measures more than a million south bay residents will soon be under the most restrictive water conservation measures in the state. >> that's because as kron four's rob fladeboe reports, reservoirs across the santa clara valley are now at just 11% full. >> this week. the california public utilities commission approves san jose water company's request to add a drought surcharge to the bills for those customers who failed to cut back their water use by 15% says the company's leanne wallboard ski. it's a way it's that we have basically no choice where we're in a terrible drought and we don't know what this winter will bring. there's the possibility of lightning. you're forming in the pacific. >> which could mean a drier winter northern california. we don't now under the program residential customers are required to cut water use by 15% from 2019 levels. >> or pay $7.13 in surcharges for each unit of water above that amount impacted are as many as a million people in
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san jose cupertino. campbell, los gatos saratoga and money serino of the way it works is let's say your allocations for december 2021 is 15 minutes and each unit is 748 gallons of water. >> and you 16 units will be charged $7.13 for that additional san jose water says the new rules actually reward people already cutting back by setting a minimum monthly amount. >> if they use the minimum or less know surcharge. the new rules are in response to the june 9th water shortage emergency declared by wholesaler valley water which called on water retailers to reduce consumption by 15%. seasonal rainfall is off to a good start. but some 80% of california remains an extreme drought. if south bay consumers can achieve that 15% cut back. >> restrictions will likely get tougher still by next summer in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> we are in major need of rain. but unfortunately, as
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dave sphar has been telling us in the weather center. it doesn't look like we're going to get rain this weekend, which is. >> good for those of us who want to get out but bad for our drought conditions. they've yeah, we're taking a breather from all of this era. but at least we're going into the wet season. so a little bit of help as we get later on the winter months that will pick up a little bit more going on. east bay shoreline treated to some fog. as you can see off towards the distance for today. lots of sunshine is on tap and nothing really coming into the pacific to kind of interrupt that as we talked about, although still some cool temperatures as what you can expect. here's how the big map looks like. again, the big we're keeping us dry. as you can see, a little bit of a high pressure zone. what kind of park over the region for the next few days so that we did mention a little chapce of rain developing maybe tuesday. this is one of the things you blink you miss. it may be some sprinkles enough again to dirty the car and then we go to the remainder of the weekend will be some scattered clouds to be thrown out there. but on balance, mostly sunny you can expected temperatures a bit on the cool side, though, a lot of 60's heading right on into thanksgiving for
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your saturday. 65 for san francisco today at the coast will do the lower to middle 60's middle 60's. also on the bay side, south in the upper 60's getting the palo alto at 6665 from mountain view. 67 san jose and looks like 69 morgan hill 66 for cupertino. so we have a lot of uniformity with temperatures here. all, you know, pretty much in the 60's middle 60's on the east bay shoreline tri valley at 6667 for walnut creek 66 also for richmond in the late canada. cool 62, by the way, this the pocket will be some winds going on here right through the valley and solano county offshore. but because we've had some recent rains. that's kind of helped out a little bit 66 going on for napa and 70 for santa rosa in the 70 forecast. temperatures actually slide a little bit. we might scratch into some 70's tomorrow but into the 60's you can see for the rip balance of the week. a new system will. and serve to cool us off as we head on into
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thanksgiving. but at least a lot of sunshine heading into black friday. there. sarah, thank you, dave. >> here at home bay area attorneys are weighing in on the rittenhouse verdict and the long-term legal ramifications. it could have. the result is forcing many people to look more broadly at the legal system as a whole. kron four's. dan thorn has the story. >> the acquittal of kyle rittenhouse who shot and killed 2 men last year during a racial protest in wisconsin is getting reaction in the bay area. the oakland based anti-police terror project calling the justice system a system that rewards and prioritizes unaccountable white violence, civil rights attorney john burris says this verdict raises the question, if dangerous vigilante is being condone it. i was i'm disappointed that he wasn't convicted least some of those charges. but i'm not surprised given the man with the evidence was presented. >> the way to judge conducted the trial and the overall atmosphere that was center in about that. rumsfeld burris also points to a biased judge
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in this case the brazen with me. i have no idea why he would do something like that. that's basically it's been basic law in this country for 40 years. 50 years. >> the demeanor judge bruce schroeder had toward prosecutors burst believes had a powerful impact on the jury's decision. this was generated by the judge who like that was horrible. >> and shows you how a judge can direct verdict. jurors can see. >> what do it with judges with a direct a try. >> ultimately the jury spoke in this case and found rittenhouse not guilty of the charges, including first-degree intentional homicide a frightening lesson that could be taken away from this berry says is if rittenhouse's behavior will influence others to take these actions. if you have to take from this. >> you keep going forward social progress in this country. it isn't stopped because of one case. the question is if somebody of another moves taking place in the country reporting in san francisco. >> dan thorn kron 4 news.
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>> vice president kamala harris who served as san francisco's district attorney and california's attorney general reacted to the decision saying, quote, i spent a majority of my career working to make our criminal justice system more equitable. it's clear there's still a lot more work to do while president biden said he stands by the not guilty verdict saying the country's jury system works and must be respected. we have continuing coverage on the rittenhouse trial on our website that qr code on your screen right there only to do is scan it and will be directed exactly to the article that you want to go to on our website. now moving on to x there. no ceo elizabeth holmes. she testified at her own fraud trial. this is video of her leaving. the san jose courthouse yesterday. she tried to dispute the prosecution's portrayal of her as a greedy pham obsessed swindler she's accused of bamboozling investors, patients and business partners into believing that her startup would reshape health
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the u.s. capitol christmas tree has arrived in washington, dc look at it on that flatbed and this year it's from the 6 rivens national forest, northern california. >> 84 foot white fir will be decorated with thousands of ornaments. you can only imagine how many all made by people in california communities the tree will be on the west lawn of the capitol building where there will be a tree lighting ceremony next month. >> the power vested in a president united states. heart you. i heart new this thank him. >> haha. >> we got to go go out of them just like that. 2 turkeys named peanut butter and spared from becoming banks giving his main course after receiving the official, a presidential pardon president joe biden part in the 2 birds from indiana as part of the annual holiday tradition at the white
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house. okay. still ahead on the next hour of the kron 4 morning news multiple people have been arrested for attempting to rob the louis store in union square. >> we've got the video. you can see right now plus, details on how many suspects were arrested. plus perry attorneys are reacting to the rittenhouse verdict. what they had to say.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at >> good morning and thank you so much for joining us on this saturday for the kron 4 morning news. i'm sarah stinson filling in for noelle bellow on this saturday november 20th. we've got to get a look at the weather because we have good news for you on that front. some sunshine dave spahr in the weather center. dave, how much sunshine we talking about looks pretty good for the whole weekend. sarah and plenty more also into next week as well. we have passing system on tuesday here will. >> talk more about that but doesn't look at will be much with that. but in the meantime today, shake off some of this fog in and around the immediate. they were into the mostly sunny mode. little bit of a breeze this afternoon worth noting. that's offshore.
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however, because of recent rains were pretty much in the clear for that starting things off with a picture. we have of the coast happening here at half moon bay. you can see the sun out doing its thing. most ratings, however, in the 50's so that cool to start the day. we did have some overnight showers a little bit. some sprinkles going on. very, very, very light amounts. but one or 200's of an inch of rain. there's your temperature check. most readings in the 50's. you can see, but some chialy 40's up in the north bay a bit as skies opened up in the predawn hours. winds for right now. there are some pockets of some breezy conditions that will pick up a little bit for this afternoon. but on balance mostly sunny for the region. 61 going on by high noon to 3. we're at 64. so we see that sun out there. you'll think it's warmer than it actually is. and tomorrow looks like much the same again next week. an interruption by a passing system. but on balance a lot of sunshine. but cool temperatures on the backside of that new system on tuesday with your forecast together coming up in just a bit. sarah, thank you. thank you. days.
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>> 8 o'clock and we'll start with san francisco police arresting multiple people suspected of robbing the lou, the toe on store in union square. the crime happened last night around 8 o'clock. this video. i mean, right there where it happened. sent to us from our viewers. you can see officers chasing down what appears to be a smash windows of a white mustang. a look right there. you can see the smashed out windows of lou baton. it's unclear if that mustang right there, if that's the suspected robbers car glass all can be seen shattered not only by that a car but also by the store in this video from another viewer. you can see a person fleeing the scene. look at that with their hands full of clothing. that was just seconds before police officers swarmed that silver mustang the officers eventually pulled someone out of the car and are seen taking a person into custody. we reached out to the san francisco police for more details have not heard back yet, but that's a story we'll continue to follow this morning and into the day. for 15 days. all eyes were on the
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courthouse in kenosha, wisconsin for the murder trial of kyle rittenhouse. the jury deliberated for roughly 3 and a half days before delivering the not guilty verdict. many are calling the result of this trial as an indictment of our legal system. but for others, they say they feel vindicated, grant lotus has the details. >> we the jury find the defendant kyle a great each red house not guilty. >> acquitted on all counts. kyle rittenhouse overcome with emotion after learning he is a free man. the now 18 year-old was charged with killing 2 white men and wounding a 3rd in the summer of 2020 during a tumultuous night of protests over police brutality just days after jacob blake was shot multiple times in the back by a kenosha police officer. blake's uncle was outside the courthouse when the verdict was read. how many cases do you need to see. pop. so other people walking out the door out the murder, people that were either
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african-american or supporting african was mixed rittenhouse said he went to kenosha to protect property from rioters. he took the sands claiming self-defense shooting a man after he said he was bashed in the head with a skateboard. a second man allegedly tried to take rittenhouse's gun. a 3rd man admitted to pulling a gun first on the then 17 year-old. that's when rittenhouse shot wounding the man and running from the scene. he walked towards officers hands in the air told them what happened and an officer told him to go home. he later turned himself in at a police station in kenosha. the prosecution arguing rittenhouse was an active shooter intent on unleashing violence that night. but rittenhouse's attorney says he had faith. if the jurors follow the law, this would be the outcome if you're that state, you correctly. i know everybody thought i was crazy. if you read the statue correctly. >> he was legal.
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>> and having that firearm just nice to our individual mandate defend themselves with very system of this country or recognize the front and back. >> but not everyone agrees that justice was served we demand the federal government to and charge kyle rittenhouse with federal violations for his actions. the parents of one of the men killed by rittenhouse in kenosha in twenty-twenty released a statement after the verdict saying, quote, we're heartbroken and angry that kyle rittenhouse was acquitted in his criminal trial for the murder of our son, anthony huber. there was no justice today for anthony or for mister rottenhouse's. other victims. joseph rosenbaum and gaige grosskreutz. >> under wisconsin law, a person is permitted to use deadly force in self-defense. if the threat he or she is facing is equally deadly, but if you provoke the attack, you are barred from using deadly force and less you. sauce. did every alternative. so this
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case was on the prosecution to prove to the jury that rittenhouse provoked his victims. the jury did not buy that argument. there was a protest in oakland after the verdict. it happened last night will have the story in the next half hour. we also have continuing coverage of the rittenhouse trial on our website. look at that. qr code on your screen. that's all we have to do is scan that and we brought to the special section on our website. kron 4 dot com. happening today and this morning really indigenous activists are celebrating the 52nd anniversary of the american indian occupation on alcatraz island. us. secretary deb haaland will teach or touch on the progress and the works that still need to be done and we have kron four's, camila barco on that story. she's live with us in san francisco with the details coming alastair, we know alcatraz as this prison that how some of the most famous comics. however, after it shut down in 1963.
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>> indian tribes made their way to the island. now. like you said today us secretary deb haaland will talk about the progress that has been made but still needs to be done between indigenous communities and the federal government. now her visit comes after the biden harris administration met with leaders from 574 tribes for the white house. tribal nations summit holland was in attendance. she is the first native american to serve as a u.s. cabinet secretary. and today she will highlight the recent investments made to replace aging infrastructure. >> the progress and excuse me and reduce climate change in indian country. now she is visiting alcatraz island on the anniversary of its occupation by indigenous activists and a group of native american activists were called the indians of all tribes. they went to alcatraz to claim the island for the indian people. the tribes demanded the federal government has established a cultural center and university on the island for native
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americans. the occupation started on november 20th 1969 it lasted 19 months. but in the end, the government ended a policy that would have abolished rides and relocated. american indians. now holland is scheduled to speak on the island at 9.30 this morning. we're going to have the highlights for you later tonight. sarah, back to you. >> thank you. can mail will look forward to your report. coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news cash build all over the freeway in san diego. look at that. why it's prompting officials to warn people about picking up the strain money in the future. if ever happens again. plus anyone 18 and older can now get the covid-19 booster shot. why doctors in the bay area say getting an extra dose will help prevent a winter surge. and stolen mail has homeowners frustrated what they say needs to change.
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>> it's we're back with some news starting with 2 people arrested in san diego, others facing charges. look at this money spilled out all on to this san diego freeway flowing everywhere. someone somehow rather, the money fell out of the armored truck. they said that the door opened up and the money flew out. it happened on the i 5 freeway around 9 yesterday morning video from the scene shows money scattered across the road. people stop to where they were got out of the car and started picking it up.
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they were tick talking it posting videos. it was quite a mess that brought traffic to a standstill. chp is reminding people that if you find money on the freeway. it's not yours. it belongs to the bank. it is supposed to be returned man and woman arrested again, more people will be facing consequences. if you started holiday shopping scams. experts say it's important to be vigilant because it's prime time for thieves to steal from you through all sorts of scams. they say you can be scammed on in-store purchases. but many scammers a scammers rather gravitate to online schemes. so the things we have to be watchful for fake. >> advertisements online. e-mails with links texts with links your best bet choose the retailer. you want to visit online. go to your web browser and type that exact web address in. >> gift cards also a big go to
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the aarp suggest getting them at the store. so, you know, they haven't been manipulated combine that places like safeway as well. dave, what's the weather looking like. >> i got a special e-mail from a bank in nigeria says i got a couple million because i'm a good trusting person. so i got a great holiday season is legit. yeah. there we go. about 60's going on this afternoon. lots of sunshine. you can expect that also tomorrow and even into next week we'll take a look at that forecast right around the bend. keep it here.
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>> welcome back on this saturday at 8.15 and we're expecting to see some sunshine today. that's a pleasant surprise compared to yesterday. that's what we have. dave sphar in the weather center to tell us what to expect. days. sarah is looking marvelous bow today, tomorrow a bit on the cool side, we have sunshine and a lot of our cameras here. san jose state checking in with lots of blue skies as we go. >> however, the golden gate bridge, which is tends to be the case anyway. we've got fog going on. you can see the blue off towards the distance. little bit of a breeze start to kick up. this is some local fog hanging around there a little bit upstream. nothing's going to interfere with us for most of the weekend. this guy's going to be a minor player as we get into about tuesday or so temperature.
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check 40's up to the north bay 50's cover good chunk of the east bay. as you can see, 52 for oakland 56 hayward and 57. meanwhile, for san jose futurecast for not much goes on some of that fog. also in the central valley mixes out nicely passing clouds pop or 2 going on by tomorrow morning. but the next 48 hour, time window looks pretty good. getting us into early next week. do want to know, however, some winds now. we do see them come due north. and this is an offshore wind event not just up in the north bay but also east bay. this would normally be some alarm bells for fire weather watching stuff. red flag warning, but at least we've had some recent rains in some moist conditions at the surface. so that helps out a little bit. we can kind of stomach this offshore wind. what a breath coverage or you can see up in the north bay and the due north direction so that wind will be a little chilly on your shoulder a bit. so the sunshine will come for you of that this weekend. it's sunny and mild temperature check in the 60's for most of the bay early in the week. there's a slight warming trend
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on monday. then tuesday, a brief shower opportunity on tuesday. lot of folks may not see it rest the week clearing out. but cool high temperatures are going to slide to the lower 60's right into the thanksgiving holiday. but at least a lot of sunshine for all of that as well. 65 going on san francisco today 66 open 67 for san jose. we do see places like santa rosa popping about 70 but on balance mid to upper 60's as what you can expect. and we'll have more on this and the 4 zone forecast. we'll take a look at that extended to sarah. >> thanks, look forward to that. the deadline for federal workers to receive the covid vaccine is monday while the white house is stressing the importance of the mandate. the vaccination numbers for several agencies are lagging at this time. allison harris has more. >> 4 million federal workers must be vaccinated by monday per the president's order. president biden in patients with the pandemic trying to get it under control once and for all. with 80% of the
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country vaccinated with at least one shot. but this morning reports reveal federal agencies falling behind was roughly 20% of customs border patrol agents unvaccinated about 20% of prison workers missing their shots and 40% of tsa airport screeners, not st covid i ga could not imagine. >> and the, you know, being in plays ari dealing with the pandemic. and, you know, having to navigate a personal choice that. you know, that could implicate their lives the livelihood for their the white house responded thursday to the oklahoma governor telling members of the national guard. they don't have to listen to the pentagon and its vaccine mandate for military. we believe continue to believe that no leader should be getting in the way of any action that will. >> ensure prevent or hinder operational readiness for our military us. >> it's an issue that extends
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to navy seals that kishi russell represents. she says 35 navy seals are working with her to seek religious exemptions from the department of defense. evan grant to any religious exemptions which is pretty much an indication that they. >> don't want to do it and are not intending to. >> that was allison harris reporting for us. several of the groups representing federal workers have asked for an extension to the vaccine mandate pushing the deadline the on the holidays, the vaccine mandate for large businesses. meantime, is in limbo after being halted by a federal appeals court. as the holidays come up and in to stop a good winter covid-19 surge. everybody's with all the health officials are talking about in santa cruz county. they're saying we're not taking any risks. the re implementing an indoor mask requirement public spaces are not the only ones affected as it will also apply to guests visiting your own home. the county has not yet stated how it's masking will be enforced
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in new settings. county officials plan on monitoring hospitalizations. loral cases rates to determine when it ion - will be safe to lift the mandate again, the mask mandate will go into effect tomorrow. at 1159. >> another big story we're following this morning. the fda and the cdc authorized covid-19 boosters to all americans. >> another 18 years old and up. the cdc now says people that are 50 and older should get an extra shot previously the agency made that recommendation for people that are 65 and older. both decisions came down friday as public health officials sought to simplify eligibility requirements. any adult who is at least 6 months past their second shot can get another dose of the pfizer or moderna vaccine. california has already moved to allow all adults to receive a booster shot ahead of the fda and
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cdc's decision. health officials say all of this is an effort to ward off a winter surge. as we've been saying, something everyone is concerned about kron four's amanda hari talk to a vaccine official about why this is so significant. the state of california had already recommended booster shots for everyone over the age of 18. >> but the doctor i spoke to said the messaging was confusing because it was different from what the cdc was saying. he says now that everyone is on the same page i think should be more clear all persons who are over 18 years of age can receive a covid-19 booster shot millions of more americans are now eligible for an extra dose. >> of the covid-19 vaccine. this new policy was adopted by the center for disease control and prevention late friday afternoon santa clara county vaccine officer marty fenstersheib that says with the holidays around the corner. >> it's time to get your booster the boosters takes at least 7 days to kick in.
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>> so, you know, now's the time to do it. he says, although california had already adopted this policy. having the entire country on the same page is important. we don't live in an island here. and so we travel outside our area and people come into our area. it will also make it easier to schedule a booster appointment. i find the retail pharmacies. >> i'm having to adopt those guidance is because they follow directly from the cdc national guidelines of people when they go on the web sites shouldn't have any barriers from getting their vaccine. anyone who has received an mrna vaccine can get a booster. 6 months after their second dose. >> if you received the johnson and johnson vaccine. you can get a booster at 2 months. he says these boosters are important for everyone. but especially those over the age of 15 after 6 months. the level of your protection which are the antibodies that your body makes begins to drop. >> i asked the doctor if 6 month boosters will become
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routine. we'll see what happens after the booster after another 6 months to see what the levels are with the numbers of cases. are that are that in the country right now. so i think with time will tell. in addition to the covid-19 booster. the doctor recommends that everyone gets their flu shot. he says. >> you can do that at the same time that you get the covid-19 booster and everyone over the age of 6 months is eligible for the flu shot in san jose amanda hari kron 4 news. >> well, coming up on the kron 4 morning news. some bay area residents are facing some of the strictest water restrictions in the state. >> how high your bill, your water bill could get coming up.
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>> a neighborhood in san francisco is frustrated after repeatedly having its mail stolen residents gathered. more than 200 signatures to petition for individual mailbox as a solution. but were denied by the postal service. kron four's, rob nesbit talk to homeowners who say they want to stress of mail delivery solved. and he also talked to a postal service inspector about this federal crime. >> the u.s. postal inspector i spoke to says that male crimes are growing problem in the bay area to homeowners in san francisco's bayview neighborhood say their security camera footage proves that master keys. other reason the break ins are happening. >> this is footage captured in
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june outside candlestick cove townhomes in san francisco. the suspects pulling up in a car motorcycle and then walking over to the mailbox where president of the at candlestick cove. tony west of felt says everyone's male was swiped. >> one person pop some open. one person stays in the car and then the 2 of those other individuals take all the mail and packages and throw him into a garbage bag, then drives away. kristen boost kaye has lived here for 12 years and says the mailbox break-ins have happened 3 times this year alone. this is where the post office puts in their master key. she says this surveillance video taken early thursday morning of another mailbox break and proves that the thieves are using a master key. we want the locks changed out. somebody had their immigration documents were taken driver's license. you know, there's packages that are obviously. >> delivered. i reached out to the u.s. postal service to find out about these crimes. united states postal inspector matt norfleet told me over the phone that bay area mail carriers are being robbed of their keys more often. his advice to those experiencing mail theft is to not leave
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your mail in the mailbox for longer than needed. have your mail held if you're traveling or away for long periods of time. and if you're not home to receive a package, have it delivered to another address, not helpful to say the least. and it's limited people. you can't go out of town because you have to be home to get your mail. west elder abuse they both have contacted their local postal inspector for more to be done to protect their mail. frustrated over lack of action. if somebody is being affected and we know we can prove that the master key is being stolen. they need to take responsibility because it's our mail. postal inspector norfleet says that the postal service relies on public information to solve these federal crimes. he says if you have your mail stolen or have any information about a male break-in. you should go to the website u.s. p. i s dot gov to report it reporting in san francisco. i'm rob nesbitt kron 4 news. >> and it's a 28 this morning. stick with us. so much more to stick with us. so much more to get to be right back. i didn't have health insurance,
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covered california. this way to health insurance. morning and welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. we're going to start this half hour with a look at our forecast got dave spahr, the weather center. david looks like our cars got a good little watch last night. but if you if you didn't get any, you could get a cautious weekend because we sunday. yeah, it will except we do have this little bout coming on tuesday, though that may bring a few little showers there. so don't get a whack job may because soapy some beads of water on there.
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>> when that it's a brief little event to the only thing you're really going to notice probably will be some cooler temperatures on the backside of all of that. >> meanwhile, what we got today and tomorrow. lots of sunshine as we talked about, there's a little bit of fog that's hanging around the bay. as you can see just a touch there. but on balance it will be sunny for the weekend. there is a bit of an offshore wind developing. it's very typical after we get a little rain event. we get a little offshore event. but hey, we're insulated this go around. we had recent rains helping out. so it's not a problem this go around middle to upper 40's cover the north bay there. 50's. you can see lineup, even the east bay shoreline in little bit cooler concord, a 49 55 for 54 livermore. 57 san jose. 61 will do it by high noon to 3 o'clock. we're talking 65 much the same as expected for tomorrow that another new system by early next week. again, an up to kind of dirty the car and not much else will have a bit more on that longer range forecast for you. give an idea of the 4 zone as well carol. >> thank you, david. 8.32 in here in the bay area. we've
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heard from some attorneys who are weighing in on the rittenhouse verdict and the long-term legal ramifications that could have. the result is forcing many people to look more broadly at the legal system as a whole. kron four's. dan thorn has the story. >> the acquittal of kyle rittenhouse who shot and killed 2 men last year during a racial protest in wisconsin is getting reaction in the bay area. the oakland based anti-police terror project calling the justice system a system that rewards and prioritizes unaccountable white violence, civil rights attorney john burris says this verdict raises the question, if dangerous vigilante is being condone it. i was i'm disappointed that he wasn't convicted least some of those charges. but i'm not surprised given the man with the evidence was presented. >> the way to judge conducted the trial and the overall atmosphere that was center in about that. rumsfeld burris also points to a biased judge in this case the brazen with me. i have no idea why he
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would do something like that. that's basically it's been basic law in this country for 40 years. 50 years. >> the demeanor judge bruce schroeder had toward prosecutors burst believes had a powerful impact on the jury's decision. this was generated by the judge who like that was horrible. >> and and it shows you how a judge can direct verdict. jurors can see. >> what do it with judges with a direct it right. >> ultimately the jury spoke in this case and found rittenhouse not guilty of the charges, including first-degree intentional homicide, a frightening lesson that could be taken away from this berry says is if rittenhouse's behavior will influence others to take these actions. if you have to take from this. >> you keep going social progress in this country isn't stopping other one case. the question is if somebody of another moves taking place in the country reporting in san francisco. >> dan thorn kron 4 news. >> vice president kamala harris who once served as san francisco's district attorney
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and california's attorney general reacted to the decision saying, quote, i've spent a majority of my career working to make our criminal justice system more equitable. it's clear there's still a lot more work we need to do here. president biden says he stands by the not guilty verdict saying the country's jury system works and must be respected. a judge in the ahmaud arbery murder case denied the defense's motion for a mistrial. the defense had claimed that black pastors outside the courthouse where a quote left mob and that influence the jury in the trial of 3 white men accused of killing arbery 200 pastors gathered after the controversial defense lawyers, a previous comments in court. he said he didn't want any more black pastors in the courtroom. the defendants have all pleaded not guilty in the shooting of 25 year-old arbery closing arguments in the case are expected. this monday. and
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the national news after months of arm twisting intense negotiations. the house narrowly passed a roughly 2 trillion dollars spending package. it's designed to fight climate change and shore up the nation's social safety net the centerpiece of president biden's domestic agenda now goes to the evenly divided senate where the bill faces a difficult path. we've got alexandra limon with the latest from the president who calls the blue collar blueprint to rebuild america. >> the build back better. bill is passed. >> democrats rejoiced after passing the nearly 2 trillion dollar bill that better at in the house. this after months of deliberating within their own party. and a record setting all night speech on the house floor by republican leader mccarthy to try to block it. >> house republicans will always fight for you. fight for your family. and fight for a country. this bill will
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speak for itself to millions and millions and millions and millions of americans. >> whose lives will be made more secure. white house deputy communications director kate berner says the package makes historic investments in families, families will no longer pay more than $35 for insulin pre k will be free under the president's plan premiums for an average family will around $3,000 last year. democrats also reintroduced provisions for paid family leave and to allow medicare to negotiate drug prices and more than half a trillion dollars will go toward tackling climate change by investing in clean energy, manufacturing and providing tax incentives to americans. things. house democrats like california congressman jimmy gomez say the senate must leave intact. we have some senators in the senate. >> that don't agree with the climate change provisions. we want to make sure that that stays in as well. >> still, democrats say they do believe president biden
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negotiated closely enough with key senators so that this package or one very similar to it will pass in the senate. the package only needs democrats to support it in order to pass reporting in washington. alexandra limon. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news congress is moving closer to requiring women to register for the draft for the first time in american history. what one senator saying. we'll be right back with that and more.
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where there's love, there's family. ritz. a taste of welcome. part documentary about johnny depp and amber heard is coming to discovery. plus in hbo has just released the trailer for its new original documentary. >> but the life of late rapper dmx sam rubin has the latest. in today's entertainment report. >> we begin with the 2 some the now perhaps they were the unhappiest couple ever. so how about a 2 part documentary about johnny depp and amber heard and the expectations they each had until reality set in. this is the long line from discovery. plus the celebrity court case of the decade will first introduce dep side how he felt he was married leanne liar who would stop at nothing to protect her image and then it's herds site explaining of the actress married the man of her dreams only to see him turn into a violent drug fueled monster
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get ready for amber versus johnny, that will happen in 2022 fans of the late rap legend have something look forward to this hbo has just released the trailer for its new original documentary dmx. don't try to understand it follows a year in the life of the late rapper as he worked to rebuild his career. >> and reconnect with family and fans. >> to difficult situations. >> the documentary will debut on hbo, hbo max. it will happen thanksgiving day at 08:00pm. >> and now we conclude with a 99 year-old tv legend. norman lear is going to work with jimmy kimmel again, taking more classic sitcoms and
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reviving them in front of a live audience the last time a lear and kimmel did this. they brought in new versions of classics, all in the family and the jeffersons. and now we hear from jimmy kimmel that he and we're have teamed up to do the whole thing again next month. >> we'll be in prime time live with an episode of different strokes willis will be played by damon mister drummond will be played by john. let's go. that's exactly right. >> kevin hart seems like an incredible choice for the role originated by gary coleman and ann dowd will do double duty as missus. garrett the role originated by charlotte rae seen in both different strokes and later in the also great facts of life. that is your entertainment report here in hollywood. i'm sam rubin.
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>> delos released her new album 30 that she says is dedicated to her son. if you didn't listen to it yesterday you missed out it was cold outside. it was rainy. cloudy is the perfect time to just curl up in a blanket. and listen, this is dedicated to her son angelo who is now 9 years old. he injured the split of his 2 parents. and if you haven't listen to this. there's a song called my little love and it actually there's pieces of a little snippets of her talking to her son about the double for us. it will put you in tears it is intense and talks about divorce change and growth. according to spotify charts, adele song, easy on me is approaching 6 million streams and is currently in the top spot for global songs. it's been 6 years since her last album. dave, is there going to be sunny today. so maybe in a curling up in a blanket, but well rumor has it. >> sunny temperatures
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the state. that's because as kron four's rob fladeboe reports. >> reservoirs across the santa clara valley are now at just 11% full. >> through san jose water, company's request to add a drought surcharge to the bills for those customers who failed to cut back their water use by 15% says the company's leanne wallboard ski. it's a way it's that we have basically no choice where we're in a terrible drought and we don't know what this winter will bring. there's the possibility of lightning. you're forming in the pacific. >> which could mean a drier winter northern california. we don't now under the program residential customers are required to cut water use by 15% from 2019 levels. >> or pay $7.13 in surcharges for each unit of water above that amount impacted are as many as a million people in san jose cupertino. campbell, los gatos saratoga and money serino of the way it works is let's say your allocations for
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december 2021 is 15 minutes and each unit is 748 gallons of water. >> and you 16 units will be charged $7.13 for that additional san jose water says the new rules actually reward people already cutting back by setting a minimum monthly amount. >> if they use the minimum or less know surcharge. the new rules are in response to the june 9th water shortage emergency declared by wholesaler valley water which called on water retailers to reduce consumption by 15%. seasonal rainfall is off to a good start. but some 80% of california remains an extreme drought. if south bay consumers can achieve that 15% cut back. >> restrictions will likely get tougher still by next summer in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> we are in desperate need of more rain. but unfortunately this weekend. unfortunately for the drought conditions this weekend. we don't have much rain. bar is with us in the weather center. dave, not
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a lot of rain getting sunshine at least we can enjoy it. you know, that's the good news. to an upstream. hopefully we'll get some colder systems to because the other issues will get a good snow pack cooking up there too, because that's good for the bank account is good for. >> hydroelectric power later on when it gradually melts away through the next spring. so hopefully will be some treats for us upstream to be had. here's a look at the east bay shore like you can see lots of blue skies. most of the fog is pretty much mixed out. meanwhile, we have upstream for today. tomorrow is going to be sunny weather is what you can expect. no interference the sun is kind of a weak system. upstream is going to be tuesday's little there just a little sprinkle coming by. in the meantime, high pressure dry conditions prevail that's for today. and also into tomorrow. so just a little overnight shower that we had going on. here is what happens tuesday. a kind of falls apart. our backyard. we've seen this movie many a times over the last few years. we just been lucky to get things started. hopefully it will change for us later in the season here and we get
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into next weekend. looks like there's no interruption from any major systems, but that one on tuesday that's going to serve to cool us off for the balance of the week ahead 65 projected for san francisco. 4 zone forecast middle to lower 60's at the coast. bayside mid 60's do it 67 foster city 66 for palo alto in the south bay 67 san jose 66 santa clara also looking at the mid to upper 60's on the east bay shoreline tri valley at 6667 walnut creek and concord checking in also with a pair of sixes 65 for berkeley. a uuo 60 to allay this a pocket will see some off shore. winds develop, however, because the recent rains have been kind of insulated from any problems. 74 santa rosa. but this will serve the kind of cool us off a little bit today that in terms of how we'll feel so temperatures drop in response to us hope we'll get that rain. as you can see, lower 60's beyond looks pretty nice on thanksgiving with mostly sunny skies. although watch out some of these chilly morning lows in the upper 30's inland. sarah.
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>> thank you, dave. 51 and congress is on the verge of making women register for the military draft. it's part of the national defense bill which the house passed with bipartisan support in september. the u.s. has not enforced the draft since the vietnam war. but the bill would require all us citizens between the ages of 1826 years old to sign up regardless of gender. some senators are opposed to this idea. >> women have every ability as a man to serve. and i support it being included in the final package. i'm going to try to force a vote to return the how it has been, which is that women are not drafted against their will. >> a vote isn't expected until after lawmakers return from thanksgiving break. we'll have to follow that for sure. >> we'll be right back after the break. it's a 50 to stick with us. got a lot to get to.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at know. >> good morning and thanks so much for joining us for the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm sarah stinson is saturday. november 20th. we've got a lot of news to get to this morning. but we also have some good news for you just to start off with some sunshine on this saturday. >> dave spahr in the weather center to tell us about that. dave, how much sunshine we talking here. >> well, good morning, sarah. good morning. everybody. and it looks like a pretty good to both today and tomorrow. even into early next week. now there's a weak little system expected on tuesday may bring a little token sprinkle kind of like what we had overnight. but then beyond that, it's just a little cooling trend with more sunshine into the holiday for right now. we've taken care of this fog on here's the east bay shoreline, all kind of lit up the golden gate is also looking pretty good, too upstream. not much
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to interfere with us until again. we get to early next week. temperature check. we got the 50's 59 going on for hayward. still, those chilly 40's up in the north bay do want to point out there's an offshore wind that's expected up in the north a little bit. but because of recent rains in the low level surface moisture that we have that will be much of a problem. there you see some pockets some breezy conditions in the east bay too. a little bit around the santa cruz mountains as well. so the breakdown today 63 by 1 o'clock by 4. also about 63 pretty much wall to wall sunshine with this more the same expected tomorrow we'll get into the forecast coming up in just a bit. sarah. >> thank you, dave. san francisco police arrested multiple people suspected of robbing the louis store in union square. this was the scene last night around 8 o'clock in the video sent to us from one of our viewers. you can see officers chasing down what appears to be one of the people involved and smashing in the windows of a silver mustang. it's unclear if the suspected robbers were inside that car glass of the
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loot on store. all shattered to in this video from another viewer. you can see a person fleeing from the scene. look with their hands full of clothing just seconds before police officers swarmed the silver mustang. the officers eventually pulled someone out of the car and are seen taking that person into custody. we've reached out to the san francisco police department. for more details have not heard back yet, but apparently there are multiple stores vandalized down there. so we will continue to follow that throughout the day. for 15 days. all eyes were on the courtroom in kenosha, wisconsin for the murder trial of kyle rittenhouse. the jury deliberated for roughly 3 and a half days before delivering the not guilty verdict. many are calling the result of this trial as an indictment on our legal system. but others say they feel vindicated grant lodes has the details. >> we the jury find the defendant kyle a great each
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red house not guilty. >> acquitted on all counts. kyle rittenhouse overcome with emotion after learning he is a free man. the now 18 year-old was charged with killing 2 white men and wounding a 3rd in the summer of 2020 during a tumultuous night of protests over police brutality just days after jacob blake was shot multiple times in the back by a kenosha police officer. blake's uncle was outside the courthouse when the verdict was read. how many cases do you need to see. pop. so other people walking out the door out the murder, people that were either african-american or supporting african >> reaction to today's verdict was mixed rittenhouse said he went to kenosha to protect property from rioters. he took the sands claiming self-defense shooting a man after he said he was bashed in the head with a skateboard. a second man allegedly tried to take rittenhouse's gun. a 3rd man admitted to pulling a gun
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first on the then 17 year-old. that's when rittenhouse shot wounding the man and running from the scene. he walked towards officers hands in the air told them what happened and an officer told him to go home. he later turned himself in at a police station in kenosha. the prosecution arguing rittenhouse was an active shooter intent on unleashing violence that night. but rittenhouse's attorney says he had faith. if the jurors follow the law, this would be the outcome if you're that state, you correctly. i know everybody thought i was crazy. if you read the statue correctly. >> he was legal. >> and having that firearm just nice to our individual mandate defend themselves with very system of this country or recognize your and back. >> but not everyone agrees that justice was served we demand the federal government to and charge kyle rittenhouse with federal violations for his actions. the parents of one of the men killed by
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rittenhouse in kenosha in twenty-twenty released a statement after the verdict saying, quote, we're heartbroken and angry that kyle rittenhouse was acquitted in his criminal trial for the murder of our son, anthony huber. there was no justice today for anthony or for mister rittenhouse's. other victims. joseph rosenbaum and gaige grosskreutz. >> under wisconsin law. a person is permitted to use deadly force in self-defense. if the threat here she is facing is equally deadly. but if you provoke the attack, you are barred from using deadly force in less. you have exhausted every alternative. so this case was on the prosecution to prove to the jury. the rittenhouse provoked his victims. the jury did not buy that argument. happening today. indigenous activists are celebrating the 52nd anniversary of the american indian occupation on alcatraz island to commemorate the event. us secretary deb haaland will touch on the
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progress made the justice and equity for indigenous peoples that we're still working towards today. kron four's camila barco has more. >> alcatraz island is known as the prison that housed some of the most famous comics. however, it shut down in 1963 and indian tribes made their way to the island today. us secretary deb haaland is going to talk about the work that needs to be done between indigenous communities and the federal government. her visit comes after the biden harris administration met with leaders from 574 tribes for the white house tribal nations summit. she was in attendance. holland is the first native american to serve as a u.s. cabinet secretary. she will highlight the reason investments made to replace aging infrastructure and reduce climate change in indian country. holland is visiting alcatraz island on the anniversary of its occupation by indigenous activists. the group of native
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american activists were called the indians of all tribes. they went out the trash to claim the island for the indian people. the tribes demanding the federal government established a cultural center and the university on the island for native americans. the occupation started on november 20th 1969 and lasting 19 months. in the end, the government ended a policy that would have abolished tribes and relocated. american indians. holland is scheduled to speak at 9.30 this morning on the island. we will have the highlights for you later tonight and san francisco camila barco kron 4 news. >> thanks, camila. coming up on the kron 4 morning news a toddler killed by a stray bullet in oakland is laid to rest reaction from members in the community and the latest on the investigation. plus, covid-19 boosters are now available to all adults in the u.s. what you need to know if you want to get that extra dose. and after the break, you won't have to take the a c t
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u.s. a t if you're applying to the university of california. why the university is moving to test free admission for under brats. stick with us.
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>> welcome back to people were arrested and others are facing charges after picking up money that spilled all over the san diego freeway somehow the money fell out of an armored
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truck. and you can see that money scattered everywhere it happened on the i 5 freeway around 9 yesterday morning video from the scene shows people scattered across the road. people getting into their cars to pick it up. this was all over tiktok and social media people not knowing they were actually just wrapping themselves out with the money in their hands. it was a mess that actually brought traffic to a standstill ys standstill. chp, rather, is reminding people that if you find money on the freeway really anywhere. it's not yours. it belongs to the bank and it's supposed to be returned. the university of california system is sticking with its decision to abandon standardized testing is for admission. but officials could not find an alternative exam to the s a t and the a c t tests. the uc system spent more than 3 years researching whether to end standardized tests admission officers. now look at other factors included like assumes high school gpa. the difficulty of the courses. they took special talents
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essays and extracurricular activities. >> with 9.11 and happening today. the highway one oh, one pedestrian cycle bridge officially opens in just a few hours from now. >> the city and palo alto says the bridge will connect the heart of silicon valley to recreational opportunities like the bayland. all the information is on your screen right now. the city is celebrating the moment with a ribbon cutting and actually it's happening in one hour from now. it will be held on the balan side of the bridge day. what's the weather looking like out there for those attending this event. it's going to be great in the 60's. will have lots of sunshine today and tomorrow. >> don't forget, though, to have those headlights on little bit sun sets earlier now with the time change, y
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>> welcome back. it's 9.15 on this saturday and we're going to get another check of weather with meteorologist dave spahr who is giving us a closer look at. >> sunshine. dave. >> sarah is looking marvelous going on here for today. lots of we a little sprinkle going on overnight. how are you? nice to see and he should. the east bay shoreline is now being treated. all the sunshine to this morning we had a little bit of fog intruding just a touch, though, but clearing up nicely as the golden gate too. but 45 minutes ago. this is all a bit in some fog covering up the towers. not now nice blue skies for you sets the tone for a nice weekend straight ahead. back. not much in the way of interference way up
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here to the north. this is tuesday's deal. and if you blink, you're going to miss it. it's basically cooler temperatures on the backside. speaking of which nice recovery up here in the north bay santa rose up to 5149 napa. that's not part of it. 50 going on concord 58 for livermore in 55. meanwhile, for fremont futurecast for not much goes on here. you know, mostly clear skies. sunny little intrusion of some scattered clouds going on sunday. there. but on balance, we should call kind of a sunny weekend. there is one little point, though, to make here. we do see a bit of an offshore wind developing to keep a solano county that when there would be posing a problem being offshore under typical like conditions. but because we've had some recent rains. no red flag warning has been posted no fire weather watch. so good news there. it will actually be a little chilly, though a bit if your pick if you're in the shade in terms of our temperatures. so sunny and mild going on for this weekend. 60's for most of the bay early in the week. there's a slight warming trend on monday. sort of their brief little shower tuesday. but then we cool off for the
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remainder of the week. we're talking lower 60's for highs compared to today, for example, you see the mid to upper 60's coming up in a bit. we'll have that 4 zone forecast for you and we'll check in at that extended to sarah. >> thank you, dave. it almost looks like 2019 at the san francisco international airport as people travel ahead of the thanksgiving holiday. many people are getting their thanksgiving holiday under way early this year. highways airports, all busy and that's especially noteworthy at sfo kron four's. dan kerman has the story. >> it's been a long time since we've seen lines like this at sfo will be doing last year at this time last year we were at home alone. we have all our family in denver with us. but no one came over because of covid. now that covid vaccinations are plentiful and case rates are down in many regions people are taking to the skies again, we are going to kona who why very excited. we're going to aruba or heading to barcelona we booked
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this about in february at sfo friday is the busiest travel day of the 12 day thanksgiving holiday week and the busiest since the pandemic began. >> we knew for a long time that there was pent-up demand. people want to travel. we just had to remove the barriers that were preventing them from being able to travel. and i think we're seeing that here today. more than 50,000 people are departing the airport on friday alone. >> so great to see everyone out about and getting together with family. and so it definitely is a different feeling this year. >> thanksgiving week travel overall is still just 2 thirds of what it was pre pandemic in 2019, but that could improve over christmas. >> thanksgiving is such a domestic focus travel, period whereas we're very excited about the biden administration relaxing entry restrictions for foreigners. we think that's going to help our international activity to recover. and i think we'll probably see that play out a little more in december as officials still recommending you show up 2 hours before domestic flights and 3 hours before international flights.
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>> and don't forget masks are still required inside the terminal at sfo. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> high gas prices are going to make road trips. this thanksgiving extra expensive ice saw that yesterday. $4.99 in daly city. let's take a look at the average gas prices in the bay area. san francisco coming in at the most expensive. what a surprise with the santa rosa not far behind at $4 and $0.88 per gallon. oakland $4.79 san jose. 4 $1 and $0.80 across california. the average cost is $4 and $0.70 per gallon, not cheap according to triple a 48 million people will be hitting the roads for thanksgiving. that's an 8% increase from last year. but some drivers have changed their holiday plans because of this. >> no. that's part of those continue right up to my cabin. but i figure it's a few bucks. not go up there. >> i actually do plan on going to tal and i cannot believe how much that gas is going to
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cost me. >> she did say that to me, though, that it is worth the price because this year she actually gets to see her family. this is pretty much going to cost you a low pretty. pretty penny, but it is priceless to hold up family and get out there. but look at that for 99 per gallon tanks. 9.20, and now we're going to our coronavirus coverage in a big decision from the fda and cdc on booster shots just as the holiday travel season gets started. the fda approve booster shots for all adults. while the cdc lowered its recommendation for who should get the shot. they used to recommend anyone 65 and older to get an extra dose. but now it's 50 and older. kimberly chang has more. >> people are going inside more hoops next week happens to be largest travel. >> week of the year. the fda move to open up covid-19 booster shots to all adults in an effort to get ahead of rising cases that health
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experts fear could snowball into a winter surge as millions of americans travel for the holidays. it's a really good time to do it. cases are going up and they're going up rapidly. they're going up nationwide. >> about a dozen states already started offering boosters to all adults on their own, including california. the fda decision means on a national level. >> anyone 18 and older can choose the pfizer or moderna booster 6 months after their last dose. anyone who got the one-dose johnson and johnson already can get a boost after 2 months during a public virtual meeting. cdc scientific advisors supported the move friday afternoon after a lengthy discussion on safety and efficacy. so in summary booster, doses of the pfizer vaccine effective in preventing fda vaccine chief doctor peter marks talked about rare side effects that they considered some but not all. >> studies moderna and pfizer. these are real world data and real world evidence studies.
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suggest but the rate of myocarditis, inflammation of the heart which has been relatively mild, but it's still a side effect is somewhat higher with moderna than it is with pfizer what went into our consideration of boosters. is that the rates after a 3rd dose, a booster dose appear to be lower. then after the second dose and in fact, much closer to the race after the first dose. >> experts say the vaccine continues to offer strong protection against severe illness. hospitalization and death, even without the booster that protection can weigh in with time. >> still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news. we are talking sports and telling you about how the warriors beat the pistons without their star players. stick with us. that's coming up after the break.
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set in. this is the lot line from discovery. plus the celebrity court case of the decade will first introduce dep side how he felt he was married active billion liar who would stop at nothing to protect her image and then it's herds side explaining of the actress married. the man of her dreams only to see him turn into a violent drug fueled monster get ready for amber versus johnny, that will happen in 2022 fans of the late rap legend have something look forward to this hbo has just released the trailer for its new original documentary. dmx. don't try to understand. >> it follows a year in the life of the late rapper as he worked to rebuild his career and reconnect with family and fans.
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>> to difficult situations. >> the documentary will debut on hbo, hbo. max will happen thanksgiving day at 08:00pm. >> and now we conclude with a 99 year-old tv legend. norman lear is going to work with jimmy kimmel again, taking more classic sitcoms in reviving them in front of a live audience the last time a lear and kimmel did this. they brought in new versions of classics, all in the family and the jeffersons. and now we hear from jimmy kimmel that he and we're have teamed up to do the whole thing again next month. >> we'll be in prime time live with an episode of different strokes willis will be played by damon mister drummond will be played by john. let's go. that's exactly right.
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>> kevin hart seems like an incredible choice for the role originated by gary coleman and ann dowd will do double duty as missus. garrett the role originated by charlotte rae seen in both different strokes and later in the also great facts of life. that is your entertainment report here in hollywood. i'm sam or. 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...
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>> 9.30. welcome back. and good morning and today we are actually going to see some sunshine. so let's start this half hour with getting that good news from dave sphar in the weather center. it always feels warmer in the sun and then of course in san francisco. you walk in the shade shade, dave. and then you're like it's freezing know not just in the city, but i mean, yeah. if you're in the shade somewhere. that's right. we do have some winds cooking in the north bay particular this afternoon. so. >> you'll need that little sweater going on because temperatures will only be in the 60's and feels great. the sun. but again, in the shade, you got a little breeze going on. bit of a chill go on. but hey, it's november. so we're in the fall going into the winter months. so. >> we'll take that and enjoy your weekend. this. we've got going on in terms of beauty shots. the east bay shoreline all nice and lit up now that fog is pretty much history. you kind of mixed out. even the golden gate bridge. things really improved nicely as well. we have more for you as well. got to check out some of our temperatures, too, by the way. but here's what we have on storm tracker. 4 kind of quiet upstream. not much
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happening that again will be tuesday that will change happening there. lot of 50's across midday some cooler 40's up to the north bay and what's the breakdown back in the 60's. it looks like sunny skies all afternoon repeat this for tomorrow. again, tracking that little system by tuesday. we use more deets on that and check in your 4 zone forecast as well. sarah. >> thank you, dave. now to a heartfelt farewell for a 23 month-old jasper wu this little toddler here was hit and killed by a stray bullet in oakland. nearly 2 weeks ago. since then, it's been under investigation. police say he was caught in the crossfire of a gang-related gun battle along 8.80, his mother was behind the wheel at the time. they're driving home to fremont. kron four's fully juggle shares. how jasper is being remembered. >> 23 month-old jasper wu mourned by family and friends at mountain view cemetery in oakland following chinese tradition after the funeral
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loved ones gathered out front burning. some of jaspers toys and other items that made him happy with the belief. the flame will deliver his belongings up in heaven family just couldn't stop crying. the traditional buddhist ceremony ended with jaspers cremation, president of the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce. karl chan speaks for family. he was polls part of jaspers grandfather speech detailing how much harm has been done by one senseless act. important not only hitting just but also hitting him as a grandpa. but basically could anti a committee. it has been nearly 2 weeks since jasper was hit and killed by a stray bullet in oakland. well, he was caught in the crossfire of a gang-related gun fight along interstate 8.80. his family was headed home that day to fremont just. >> unnecessary violence unprovoked violence that's impacting our communities.
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leads to this pain. oakland police chief leronne armstrong says his department is working with the california highway patrol in its investigation. >> but at this time there are no suspects more about people making better decisions. >> it's about people not taking these type of actions in our community that caused tragedy. think that's the real statement. chief armstrong says he would support adding cameras on freeways to assist in investigations. >> meanwhile, the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce says it hopes to increase its $10,000 reward for information that will help solve this case in the coming weeks in oakland believe should all kron 4 news. >> when i heard all the supervisors at school whatever don't get the bank says and millions. i even though the going on. >> out of the hospital and back at turlock teen shares his story after surviving an attack from a fellow student. the stabbing happened on the
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turlock high school campus just 2 weeks ago, kristi gross spoke to the victim and his mother who says they are just focused right now on healing. >> they want on my nose. one on my bro. >> there's 2 in my head. i see covid ruby us was stabbed 23 times while most of his visible wounds are starting to close the emotional scars from being attacked by a schoolmate may take longer to hill are unknown also was going through my uses. those random, out the blue isaac says he wants a class at high like any other day when another student he says he only knows in passing attacks him with a knife i say is cowardly. >> just do all the like because you spoke up to talk to me or like we could just threw hand, you know, isaac says there was a moment after that teacher stopped the attack and before he was airlifted to the hospital or he thought he might die when i was laying on the ground. >> when i heard alltthe
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supervisors at school whatever don't get the bank says and millions, i even those going on. i was just focusing on. >> breathing. i heard the helicopter come inside at the worst. >> i was thinking the worse his mother marable says she rushed to the campus but didn't see your son until she got to a hospital in modesto and i see him and he was. >> well, glad my from the support that i've been praying. and i've been trying to strong for my kids. the suspect was arrested and booked into stanislaus county juvenile hall where he remains in custody for attempted homicide have really singer. >> i just don't is his mother says what happened didn't just impact isaac. but the whole family as a single mother of 4. she hasn't been able to work as she cares for isaac my priority right now is my work. both mother and son say they're leaning on their faith and their family to get them through this difficult time grateful. i'm alive. you know. >> i got a guy looking over me, know. >> that was kristi gross reporting for us. people
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living in san francisco's bayview neighborhood say they're fed up with their mail being stolen and they want new mailboxes security footage. you can see right now appears to show the suspects pulling up outside the candlestick cove apartment complex and stealing mail from the box out front. another video taken thursday morning appears to show the thieves using a master key which is kept inside the mailbox. >> one person pop some open. one person stays in the car and then the 2 of those other individuals take all the mail and packages and throw him into a garbage bag. we want the locks changed out. somebody had their immigration documents were taken driver's license. you know, there's packages that are obviously. >> delivered. >> we reached out to the u.s. postal service about these crimes. one official tells us mail carriers are being robbed of their keys more often than not and they advise not leaving mail in your mailbox were longer than needed a few tips on your screen. have your mail held if you'll be away for a long period of time and
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if you're not home to receive a package. have it delivered to another address like maybe work or something like that. now on to sports at 9.37, on this saturday. steph curry sat out last night's game against the pistons but it did not stop the warriors from winning with the help of jordan, poole and andrew wiggins and forty-niners jeff wilson junior is expected to start against the jaguars in sunday's game. we've got kron four's kylen mills with the latest in sports. >> the warriors death tested in the motor city for warriors player set out their game against the pistons including steph curry and forward draymond green could the dobbs get it done without their star head coach steve kerr having to work some magic with this lineup, whatever he it worked. andrew wiggins stepped up early hangs in the air. check this out and the finish warriors out to a 17 to 4 lead late in the half. say if you're by want to anderson tomorrow teens back to jordan
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poole. he knocks down the tray 3 of his 22 first-half points by the way, dubs lead at the break wi-fi. 3rd quarter. gary payton, the second with his first start of the season fighting underneath for the board wrestles it away and the pope back cheapie to had 12 points. 4 years leads by 8 wiggins. the with the steal goes coast to coast. how about a dunker rue he finished with 27 points dug up by 13 end of the 3rd chris chiozza not got a couple of threes in that quarter. this one here made it 8670 warriors step in the background. you can see him there on the sidelines. loving it draymond green also excited they were getting hyped on the bench 4th quarter pool. watch this. pretty move the up and under will the staff asked what 32 points in this game dubs up 12 at that point draymond and steph loving it again, the pistons would not go away, though. 3 point game with time running out pistons.
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get up with 3 here. i thought this was going in rolls around the rooms and again, another offensive board. they get the time to just throw one more shot at misses as time expires. the final shot was technically after the buzzer, though, we're survive one o 5, 1, or 2 there in toronto on sunday after the game head coach steve kerr talked about poole who had a bit of a homecoming. he played at michigan and grew up in the midwest in milwaukee. >> his year college coaches coach. you were to try it so one trip the year here. so there's a big night for great to see him play. >> a familiar face will likely be back leading the forty-niners rushing attack on sunday after running back elijah mitchell was downgraded to doubtful running back jeff wilson junior is expected to start against the jaguars. he just returned from an discuss surgery wilson size first action of the season on monday night against the rams. he had 10 carries for 28 yards.
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wilson torres left meniscus during a locker room incident in may while attending an offseason practice last season. wilson was the forty-niners leading rusher with 600 yards and 7 touchdowns. he says he's ready to go regardless of what his role might be. >> whatever task. you know, that's been that's been think says they want. so whatever you call it up on the switch, too. that was called upon to do so. if that was the case, should i do if it wins for me to get only a couple carries bill black. that's what i'll do. >> santa clara women soccer coach jerry smith told me the only thing harder than winning a national championship is doing it twice in a row. the broncos are one step closer to doing just that after beating georgetown, the second round of the ncaa tournament, santa clara took home the 2 to one victory in overtime. ford, is he to quell a scoring that golden goal you just saw celebrations under way. the team is thrilled that. well, frank broncos outshot the 22nd ranked hoyas 13 to 4 smith said he was proud of the way his players grinded out this win in tough conditions.
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>> we're excited to be moving on for sure. georgetown at georgetown is a not an easy match at all for sure. proud of the team. our cameras and neutral because we're able to knock towards downtown proud of our team and looking forward to the next batch. >> the broncos take on wisconsin in the sweet 16 coming up on sunday. that's it for sports. >> and for today. well, as those highs to be in the mid to upper 60's. lots of sunshine to dish out for the same on sunday. watch out for the breeze
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>> welcome back. drought conditions continue to get worse in the bay area and all over california and that is forcing some local water providers to take extreme measures more than a million south bay residents will soon be under the most restrictive water conservation measures in the state. >> that's because as kron four's, rob fladeboe reports, reservoirs across the santa clara valley are now at just 11% full. >> this week. the california public utilities commission approves san jose water company's request to add a drought surcharge to the bills for those customers who failed to cut back their water use by 15% says the company's leanne wallboard ski. it's a way it's that we have basically no choice where we're in a terrible drought and we don't know what this winter will bring. there's the possibility of lightning. you're forming in the pacific.
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>> which could mean a drier winter northern california. we don't now under the program residential customers are required to cut water use by 15% from 2019 levels. >> or pay $7.13 in surcharges for each unit of water above that amount impacted are as many as a million people in san jose cupertino. campbell, los gatos saratoga and money serino of the way it works is let's say your allocations for december 2021 is 15 minutes and each unit is 748 gallons of water. >> and you 16 units will be charged $7.13 for that additional san jose water says the new rules actually reward people already cutting back by setting a minimum monthly amount. >> if they use the minimum or less know surcharge. the new rules are in response to the june 9th water shortage emergency declared by wholesaler valley water which called on water retailers to reduce consumption by 15%.
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seasonal rainfall is off to a good start. but some 80% of california remains an extreme drought. if south bay consumers can achieve that 15% cut back. >> restrictions will likely get tougher still by next summer in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> while we do need some more rain in the bay area in california. but unfortunately we don't have any rain in the forecast. this weekend. dave sphar is in the weather center tracking that for us. dave, at least we can get outside and, you know, have a dry walk at least. >> yeah. good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. looks pretty good at that. speaking of which, look at that at half moon, bay beautiful scene going on. we didn't see much the way of fog at the coast really was really around the bay that we saw it hanging around. looks like it's mixed up pretty nicely for all of that. so what we have ahead for this weekend. a little high pressure building dry conditions today. tomorrow looks like little hint of a shower maybe on tuesday looking upstream here. not very impressive kind of snapped apart right in our
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backyard. we saw a lot of that over the last couple of years during the wet season. it's only just begun for us. so maybe more upstream to be had. hopefully, but at least for this week ahead. it will be fairly dry into the holiday season. temperatures will be dropping a little bit after that little front on tuesday. by the way, 65 san francisco will keep it in the lower to middle 60's along the coast. a touch warmer along the bay side. again, that breeze will add a little chill in the air down to the south bay 67 san jose 66 doesn't along the east bay shoreline and tri valley. not a lot of variety bayside or over the east bay hills. you can see typically we see a little spike on, but i'm not this go around 67 for walnut creek. noticeably cooler for vallejo. there is an offshore wind developing here 67 for fairfield and a 74 santa rosa again, that front gets here on tuesday. so we have a little drop in temperatures. little chance of a shower. we stay on the cooler side of things. where's my turkey here? thursday the areas for overnight lows, though little chilly. we get to the middle
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of the week, by the way, would be dabbling in some upper thurs a 30's rather sarah. >> thank you, dave. >> santa is still making those lists and checking them twice ahead of the holidays. but he's also gearing up for yet another year of greeting his biggest fans and listening to their wants and their needs all while keeping them covid-safe. no mckinnie talked with one santa on how he's trying to keep the christmas spirit alive during the pandemic. >> santa larry fitzgerald was just 16 when he first put on the red suit. manager said put on the suit. >> well, you know, and hand out candy, though he quickly learned there was much more to being santa was very important to be generous and kind. >> and gentle and those are the 3 things that you need to express to 2. it's an oath that many santas take to ensure they protect the magic and innocence of the season has been some tough times, but i do it for the children and no time has proven tougher so
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far than the covid-19 pandemic. kids need to know that things are going to keep going and that things can return to normal. and we've got to give them at hope by not being scared of saying hi and giving them a hug if they want one santa cameron agrees with santa larry. the show must go on. but catching a cygnus from santa would surely sour the season. i've always considered it very important to be as clean as possible senate or should i say santizing their suits has become very important for both of these jolly old elf as well as vaccination. if i want to visit children and if i want to visit the nursing homes. that's absolutely par for the course for me. i've been vaccinated had all 3 shots, all in service to their oath of kindness and generosity. and i do that for the sake of the children in the in the sake of others that i come in contact with the fraternal order of bearded santas took that a step further providing at home test kits to their members nationwide. now you have a 100 kids come see you. you don't want to. kerry anything whenever you don't feel it taking the lessons. we
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have learned to make for a safer santa season. this is now my 51st year. we're in the suit and you learn a few things after half a century >> and for your money, california officials are offering another opportunity for pandemic. unemployment benefits for about 100,000 people who were previously denied. take a look. eligibility has expanded under federal rules. it now includes workers who refuse to work for an employer that violated covid safety standards workers who were laid off or had hours reduced because of covid and school employees whose usually work schedule was affected. people initially denied are being encouraged to check whether they're now eligible for benefits. congress is on the verge of making women register for the military draft. it's part of the national defense bill which the house passed with bar bipartisan support in september. the u.s. has not enforced the draft since the vietnam war. but the bill
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would require all us citizens between the ages of 1826 years old to sign up regardless of gender, some senators are opposed to this idea. >> women have every ability as a man to serve. and i support it being included in the final package. i'm going to try to force a vote to return the how it has been, which is that women are not drafted against their will. >> a vote isn't expected until after lawmakers return from the thanksgiving break. well, it's 9.52. we'll be right back after the break. we've got president biden pardoning some turkeys. >> i'll right after this.
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>> power vested in a president united states. i heart you. i heart new this thank him. >> well, >> it's a good thing. i speak turkey. he just said thank you. thank you so much for partnering me. has 2 turkeys named peanut butter in jelly. their spared from being banks, giving main course will at least these 2 turkeys are after receiving the official presidential pardon president joe biden part in the 2 birds from indiana as part of an annual holiday tradition at the white house. >> speaking of thanksgiving traditions here in san francisco. mayor london breed says the city will donate more
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than 5500 turkeys to families during the 15th annual turkey giveaway next week. the turkeys will be handed out at more than 85 sites throughout the city. the giveaway also includes hundreds of gift baskets with other food items. the u.s. capitol christmas tree has arrived in washington, dc and this is video. you can see it on the flatbed there. it's from the 6 rivers national forest in northern california. the 84 foot white fir will be decorated with thousands of ornaments all made by people in california communities the tree will be on the west lawn of the capitol building there. there will be a tree lighting ceremony next month. so that's exciting for them. now. if you're looking for a winter holiday staycation california's number one air bnb host is actually right here in the bay area. and they're offering a fairytale. stay. it's in half moon bay. take a look at that. the base price is only $92 day. that's not bad. the listing described
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it as a shared space inspired by nature. you can see covered in greenery. looks like a little fairy tale cabin. there are still a few nights available at this fairy tale house in december and in january but then after the story, dave not going to be a lot of openings. it's beautiful. there's our 7 day forecast. by the way, we're talking tuesday. sarah, about maybe some sprinkles to dirty up your car. maybe not get watch made it. >> and then cooler temperatures on the backside of all that lower 60's offshore wind today. we're protected because of all the moisture. >> have a great saturday. i'll be back tomorrow with days and
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