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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us at 07:00am on this day after thanksgiving shopping day for a lot of exactly. emre harvey in for daryn fulsome. and today we're talking about whether or not we want to brave the or if we want to online shop. yeah. i mean, luckily it's not raining. so you got that going for you. but it is a little cool, a little breezy out there. so you'll need a few layers. we have john with the forecast the rest of the country. laughing at us grave and weather. it's a little chilly, though. it really cold temperatures this morning. so be ready for it does get those that we've had the past couple of cold mornings. >> but the rescuing saving grace of it all has been the
really nice afternoon. so maybe just save that in-store shopping for later today and do the typing away on her laptop with online shopping this morning. a golden gate bridge is looking nice. it is a little cloudier than it's been the past few days. that's just the way we are to start this morning. in fact, that cloud cover has really saved us from some of the coldest temperatures that we had been seeing most of us right now are only in the midst of 40's and 50's. there are a few 30's across the north bay, though novato in petaluma at 39 santa rosa 37 in napa 38 degrees. so it is indeed chilly out there. just be ready for that. chris as you get out there right so that right traveling from the east bay into the city a little under 2 minutes for your drive time. there. >> the san mateo bridge as you're heading across towards the peninsula. you can make that commute and a little under 13 were checking out the richmond sandra fell bridge. as you head across towards richmond a little under 9 and the golden gate. it will be about 20 minutes from the north bay into the city will have more weather and traffic coming up. for now, let's go
back to the stop stories. all right. and the big one today, of course, is that thousands of people are going to be out and about. >> hitting the malls and stores trying to get those black friday deals and braving the weather. now businesses are opening just a little earlier across the bay area. but. >> this year prices could also be higher. yeah, we've talked about how inflation and. >> shipping should stoppages have caused problems for a lot of folks. kron 4 sarah stinson, though, out in dublin, out of the haas, the in the mall with more on how folks are feeling this morning. sarah. >> yeah, it's chilly out here. i was just in washington. where was like 30 degrees and here it's 40 degrees. it feels just as cold and miserable. so i'd recommend even gloves. if you think you're going to be in line, but i'm not seeing any lines so far today here at best buy at haas crossing shopping. so you can see people, though it's a constant flow going into the entrance there. people hoping to get those good deals and there's been a constant flow going to best buy since earlier this morning can see a guy walking
out with a score that he got. he knew what he wanted. got in, got out. but unfortunately, what we're hearing is people shopping on black friday could see prices increased. that's what analysts say that shoppers can expect to pay average 5 to 17% more for toys clothing appliances and tv's compared to last year. this is due to shortages of shipping containers and truckers which has helped delay deliveries unfortunately at the same time, inflation continues to creep. tv's could see the highest price hike on average at best buy. i am seeing a few deals to look for the switch. $299 dyson vacuum $100 off tv anywhere from a 100 to $300 off just to name a few. let's hear now from a man who says he got a good deal. >> definitely some good deals, especially with the things i was looking at i come in for minor and i pretty much got the 32 getting so i'm pretty happy with every just.
>> and the home much on sale as official was around a $100 off. >> so it's a pretty good deal speaking to a lot of people leaving the store. sometimes a lot of them empty handed so i'm asking them know what happened in their lot of them saying, you know, it's just not as good as last year and that's what analysts predicted so we'll continue to cover black friday for you. but if you are heading out and you're worried about, you know, just crime like we've been seeing a lot of looting in the bay parea. well, there are a ton o patrols, not only security guards but also local police departments roaming trolling, making sure that they stay on high alert because we have seen so much looting so at least they have patrols out, try to make sure everyone stay safe as they head inside for those good deals and i think when you get out of your car, you'll see you how cold i'm talking about. got to run inside. get the deal run back to your car head home and if your home right now, good
thing i told him the deals hopefully one of those sparks your interest. if you are looking for any of those items. james ran. are you planning on black friday shopping after work. >> thinking about it. although most of my stuff. i think already purchased online. i don't know if you're inside track on the deals might rolling through the aisles there just by going to do some online shopping because i don't want to be deals kind of going here. i can compare themselves thank you very much. >> yeah. like the way to go that absolutely. especially since we have, you know, as a rash of. >> smash and grab that are going on right now. you're looking at video, some of the incidents that happened here recently. >> high-profile incidents of these robberies all across the bay area with thieves targeting everything from designer stores too. mom and pop shops. cannabis dispensaries to they've all been targeted. seems like every time we turn around, it's a new business now, black friday typically means long lines. >> lots of people rushing to the stores with the smash and grabs a changing a lot of
people's pines and their holiday plans. kron four's. rob nesbitt actually takes a closer look at that. >> and as i was going back, i heard glass being broken. >> what was supposed to be a nice day at crissy field wednesday for stephen w turned into witnessing the smash and grab parked car. it saw him a distinctly pick. 2 bags of luggage out of the back of the smashed up vehicle. >> increase of smash and grabs outside cars and inside stores makes him question just how busy black friday will be. >> but area mayors including concord mayor tim mcgallian say that shopping safety should not be a concern. i mean, there's a lot of eyes on. >> on our shopping district right now and they usually are during the holidays anyway. so we just encourage people still coming out. please patronize our business as a sense of security that people seem to be trusting with an increase in crime. you know, deter you from going out to do your shopping. necessarily kaling says that she always has to be aware of her surroundings in san francisco. >> unsettled by the videos of
smash and grabs at retail stores during business hours don't think targeting people perhaps. >> guess that would be a scary situation to be in the store when it happens. locals. i spoke to one thanksgiving feel safe knowing where to go and where to avoid. it's tourists. they worry about embarrassed by what has become an unsettling norm and it was something like this happens in the middle of day. it's even more shocking. some people stop yesterday night. is this normal. i guess this is this is what we do. most of the people i spoke to say that they plan on avoiding shopping in stores altogether, not just on black friday. >> choosing to do their holiday shopping online in san francisco. rob nesbitt kron 4 news. >> and if you're looking for something to do today. that doesn't involve shopping at all. the east bay regional park district is hosting what they call green friday or free part day. all district fees are going to be way for park entrances and activities as well as parking. if you're going out there today. >> alright, an update now to story we've been following here for a couple of days. a
gunman still on the loose after a private security guard who was on assignment with kron. 4 was shot in oakland on wednesday. the reward for any information leading to an arrest in this case has now gone up to $25,000. police say the incident was an attempted robbery of news camera equipment. the shooting happened at the intersection of 14th and harrison right near the 12 street bart station. this is video from the citizens app showing the scene below the guard, we're told is recovering at the hospital officers did find later that there was another victim in all of berkeley man who was taken to highland hospital for treatment apparently was hit by shrapnel from bullets. he's since been released from the hospital. so he'll be okay. our reporter on the scene was also not physically hurt, but again, the reward for information leading to the arrest of the person behind the shooting has now gone up to $25,000. if you know anything, let police know. >> well, happening today the will be hosting a virtual vigil to mark 6 months since 9 co-workers were killed there
and the deadliest mass shooting in the bay area's history. it's going to start at 10:00am over zoom. and then again at 4, there's going to be music in a virtual candle lighting ceremony. everyone is welcome to join. we also have that zoom link over on our website at kron 4 dot com. also happening today. the chp is out in full force right now over the weekend looking for dangerous drivers are. >> in a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. now the agency kicked off its holiday maximum enforcement period wednesday all available chp officers are going to be on patrol until sunday at midnight. they are monitoring for seat belt violations speeding as well as distracted driving and signs of driving under the influence. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news a new covid-19 variant is raising concerns serious concerns around the world this morning. we'll have details on that coming up in just a minute and conditions out there today are certainly chilly to start, but we're not going to stay that way. much as we've seen the past few
mornings. >> he's cool conditions that we have to start will just lead right up into some 60's and a couple of low 70's this afternoon talking this your weekend's forecast looking all the way into the start of december. still to come. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby...don't say a word... but if slow upload speeds turns your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year. limited availability in select areas. call 1.877.only.att.
morning getting out there and get their shopping done early and really gusty one. but you know what, sometimes the deals are so good. you just have to get out got to go. triple layer up to it. yeah, do that. we've got john how many layers you're going to need this morning a lot more than you will later today, right today looks beautiful yet today's layers day. so we'll just continue to shed them unless that shopping anxiety kicks in a little early. that adrenaline might warm your right out of it. i know some serious there that we'll definitely be out there. probably already now we are going to be looking at some conditions today that are on the cooler side to start. but the more comfortable side. >> as we make our way on into the afternoon. nothing unfamiliar about that. we've been there all week long in today's just repeating it looking outside. we do have clearing skies currently a little bit of an offshore wind half moon, bay 18 miles per hour. but most of us are actually not that too terribly breezy, especially as compared to our southern california neighbors. they saw santa ana wind event yesterday that low
that helped to bring it to him is exiting the region so condition should start to calm down for socal neighbors here in the bay area. we're just getting spoiled dry weather sunshine, mild conditions. sure. we have the cold evenings, but really the biggest downside of this forecast is that we are so dry and we'd love to see a little bit more rainfall. but in the meantime, might as well enjoy it get some shopping done all those errands and of course, all the travel possibly back home after reaching your holiday destinations. now 60's will be most of our daytime highs today at the coastline. it's mostly low to mid 60's while our eastside in inland areas in the mid to upper 60's. we do have one 70 on the map that is for you in campbell, your warm spot today at 70 degrees not far behind for much of the rest of the bay fremont and hayward at 68 oakland up to berkeley at 67 the late you'll be at 65 and santa rosa down through mill valley in the mid to upper 60's tomorrow and sunday. the warmest of your forecast. great weather this weekend to take care of anything you need
to outside or just get out there and enjoy it. now. as for monday, tuesday, wednesday and thursday. some low 70's. lots of sunshine and staying that way into the start of december that is wednesday just a few days away. breanna, right, john, thanks for that tracking your friday morning. traffic has been friday. light. >> heading from the east bay into the city a little under 10 minutes for your drive time there. the san mateo bridge as you make your way across towards the peninsula. you can do that drive and a little under 30 minutes along the richmond center fell bridge. no hazards and tracking at this hour. so about 9 minutes out of richmond heading across towards center fell and the golden gate bridge traveling from the north bay into the city. a little under 20 minutes for your drive time there. >> all right. 7.15 is that i'm a little girl with a degenerative disease has a very special christmas wish. one that she's hoping will come true in order to help. >> her and her grandmother. and that's right. melanie downs and sat down with them in their home in sacramento to find how the community can show support.
>> tar. jane nelson is a unique kind of 8 year-old who loves doing handstands on the coal rainbow creating abstract pieces of art. it has her heart set on a certain professions. >> we had teacher. he. carr j is also a fighter and has been since she was a baby. she was born with la marque. ifo says a degenerative spinal deformity that curbs the back. >> making it nearly impossible to move her legs or feel from the waist down every day she relies on a very special woman to help her. i had all their life tar che's grandmother natasha pao's has become her full-time caretaker. it makes frequent trips to the shriners hospital here in sacramento to try and treat a disease that will affect her for the rest of her life. they see i they
take my walking any of that. climbing up on she have to scoot around or need since trainers will be giving a chair on monday but power ease it won't fit the car. she drives and now it will add to the growing number of challenges she faces daily the bigger she grows the data here. >> and i have put it in there and it didn't take it out. is just for him. >> with christmas right around the corner tar jay is asking for just one thing handicap accessible van with a lift to help her grandmother. we can use. it's >> it could play my chair own bag is it kind shot. but i knew that she wanted them
because let me my back hurts my and so you know, i say will outside of at this time it is that, you know, it's say i feel great. they too, these wedding. it for things mind >> walt has many things to be thankful for. she is hoping santa or one of his helpers. we'll give her an pals. the gift of a lifetime have bigger in sacramento melanie townsend, fox 40 news she's so sweet are 7.18. is the time. >> for your money this morning. online sales are expected to reach another record this year. and the tsa says the thanksgiving air travel is hitting it's near pre-pandemic level and the stock market off to a rough start on this friday morning after thanksgiving, we've got jane king live at the nasdaq to explain. i'm looking at the board here, jane. yeah, it's a little painful.
>> sure is. james. so the dow is down 980 points right now. this is all related to this new covid variant that. apparently is coming out of south africa. the health officials say it's got several dozen mutations, which is causing some concern about whether vaccines will work against it of. there's been at least one case, possibly 3 detected in israel and these were people who were fully vaccinated even with boosters. so the rattled by this clearly. and we're seeing kind of back like the same march 2020 travel stocks are down those stay at home stocks netflix zoom those are the ones that are doing well so far here this morning. we'll continue to watoh that. the world health organization is having an emergency meeting on this today. we'll probably get more information about how we actually close out the week depending on what they say. well, the number of air travelers screened by the tsa thanksgiving week is about where was thanksgiving week in 2000, 19 so the tsa says they screen 2.3 million travelers
at us airports on wednesday. that was 88% of what they did the same day back in 2019 and then on tuesday 91% of the 2019 numbers thanksgiving day. consumers spend up to 5.9 billion dollar shopping online yesterday adobe does predict this will be a online holiday sales season with 207 billion spent total and about 31 billion of that they think will be on mobile devices. well, the saturday following thanksgiving. so tomorrow has become known as small business saturday. it's become one of the important shopping days of the season. american express started this 12 years ago try to support local businesses. many small business districts to have the benson deals to try to make it a fun shopping day for people and holiday baking will be more expensive this year as inflation cause supply chain issues. now the price of sugar eggs, milk and butter have all increased over the past year. most of the sugar that we use here in the u.s. is grown in the u.s. so
don't of the cargo ship issues, but we might have a trucking issue, but they don't anticipate that live from the nasdaq market site. i'm jane king. james, back to you. all right, jane, thank you very much. >> coming up next with air travel returning close to prepandemic levels. the department of justice's. >> stepping up efforts to crack down on unruly. passengers will have a look at that once we get back from that once we get back from break. [ding dong] what are you doing? what? just reminding him i serve my breakfast sandwiches all day and all night. ...with freshly cracked eggs! try my 2 for $6 double bacon breakfast sandwiches. the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. tension builds... the plot twist
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>> 7.23 is the time and issues with unruly passengers have more more, more of a problem in air travel since the pandemic. you probably seen the videos online on youtube and now the department of justice is calling on federal prosecutors to prioritize cases. a violent on airplanes. evan lambert has the story. >> we are seeing more of these unruly passenger incidents and more of them are turning to physically violent a reminder here breaking any kind of rule from a flight crew on board a plane is a violation of federal law. from flight attendants taking punches to passengers taped to their seats during wild in air rants. >> this holiday season. it's possible you'll witness a case of air rage on your flight. just this week, the department of justice announcing a crackdown in a memo. wednesday. attorney general merrick garland directing us attorneys to prioritize
prosecutions of federal crimes involving on board threats and assaults. it reads in part, quote, when passengers commit violent acts against other passengers in the close confines of a commercial aircraft. the conduct endangers everyone on board. >> 2 taking biting shoving and spitting. it is disgusting as of tuesday. the faa says it's gotten more than 5300 reports of unruly passenger incidents since january about 80% of them nearly 4,000 are masked related this month. the agency said its proposed more than $200,000 in civil fines for 10 passengers accused of violent physical assaults. >> noting that since it announced a 0 tolerance policy on really incidents are slightly down since november. 37 of the most egregious cases have been turned over to the fbi for criminal investigation. what we're dealing with now is the airline's basically saying and the flight attendants and the
pilots. hey, let's get real here referred to the doj. let's prosecute. >> well, that was evan lambert reporting air travel experts point out that alcohol and mask mandates are largely the feeling of this kind of behavior. some airports, in fact, are weighing in weather too. maybe reduce impose a drinking limit at bars in the terminal before passengers are left on board a flight. we'll take a break 7.26 up next on the kron 4 morning news. we'll talk more about that new covid variant. that's causing big concerns and ripple effects through wall street this morning. >> we'll be back with that in just a minute. financial planning is finding your home away from home. ♪ and, it's designing a plan to help get you there. start a relationship with citi and earn a cash bonus when you open a new eligible account and complete required activities. there's this feeling we chase...
>> and >> we are back. 7 30's the time it a full shot. they're going to our it is nice. it is nice. look perfect day to get outside. we'll get the shopping done. this hay one of the busiest shopping days of the year and all weekend long to and i think the weather i like the afternoon temperatures. those look good work out a little cold to start, john. but boy, once we get to the afternoon, feel nice yeah. cold then it's the layers candidate for sure. whatever you do this morning. just get those extra layers on, especially if you're going to be heading to a store knows about to be pretty busy. >> you might have to be waiting in line outside of it for a minute. hopefully that won't be the case, though. your view outside right now at your berkeley hills camera is showing some increasingly clear conditions skies are partly cloudy at to start now we're starting to look at that cloud cover. exiting the bay
area. it's about to be sunshine for the rest of the day and that is only going help temperatures to rise pretty quickly. most of us are in the 40's currently there's a good share of 30's in the north bay, though petaluma and santa rosa among our colder spots along with fairfield at 37 degrees reyna they even that all right. let's get a look at your traffic today. if you're heading from the east bay into the city. a little under. >> 10 minutes for your drive time. the air heading across towards the peninsula. let's check on conditions as you're heading. along the san mateo bridge a little under 13 minutes for your drive time. also the richmond center fell bridge a little under 9 and the golden gate about 20 minutes from the north bay into the city will have more weather and traffic coming up. but for now, let's get back to the news. >> well, developing story this morning, new coronavirus variant now has been detected in south africa that scientists say is a little concerning because it has a high number of mutations and appears to spread fairly rapidly among the young people in that country's most populated areas. so health officials in south africa say
that this variant now is fueling a dramatic rise in cases. there. and it's also now been detected in botswana in hong kong. and just this morning, the first case was detected in israel and also new this morning, the european union says it plans on now. stopping air travel from southern africa in an effort to try to prevent the spread of this new variant. it's not clear whether this a new strain is more robust against the vaccine or not. they're still determining that. but the world health organization is going to be meeting today to determine whether to designate this as a variant of concern. so we'll see what they decide in the meantime, researchers are working right now to determine if and when children and teenagers need a coronavirus booster shot infectious disease expert doctor anthony fauci says that it's less likely that they'll need one simply because their immune system is more robust than adults. officials say that pediatric studies are underway right now and more information should be available sometime next year. >> well, the holiday shopping season is upon us and it's very busy time for not just
shoppers but first scammers as well. always somebody out to get your money. the better business bureau is out with its list of the top 12 scams and many of them are targeting. >> online shoppers. >> according to the better business bureau, misleading social media ads are the most commonly reported scams counting for more than a 3rd of all reports last year. social media gift exchanges are used to steal your personal info holiday apps to ask your credit card in exchange for a direct line to santa. those should likely be avoided and compromised account alerts are a year round scam delete the emails and confirm everything is ok directly, then there's free gift cards. nothing is free, especially when they ask for credit card info number 6 is temporary holiday jobs. they ask you for money for that promise. big pay for a small amount of work. they're not legit. look-alike websites can be tricky because it's easy to type a wrong key. so make sure the site is legit before entering your personal
information and fake charities offered to donate a portion of their profits to a good cause. but then don't number 9 on the list is fake shipping scams. their popular over the holidays. they send out e-mails with links ask you for your personal information. scammers are creating fake pop-up holiday virtual events and then charging admission to try to steal your credit card number. then there's top holiday wish list items being sold at ridiculously low rates. those are probably not legit. and last but not least on the list. there's puppy scams before you buy that four-legged friend make sure you see the puppy in person since they're usually are no refunds and the key here is to remember the old adage. it seems like it's too good to be true, it probably is. >> yeah. well, back here in the bay area. dozens of local nonprofits have worked very hard this thanksgiving to try to make sure every family had a warm meal. >> on the table and with the redwood city based nonprofit there with care is doing a lot much m re than that. they're
providing support to low income families with children who are critically kron four's. taylor sackey has their story and how they're working to help people. every single day. >> as executive director sarah alexander explains a bay area nonprofit there with care doesn't just assist families for the holidays, but it's something they do on a daily basis throughout the year. we are providing direct support to families that have a sick child at the hospital. >> and most nearly all of the families that we're working with are in financial distress. so what we do is we make regular calls or texts to families. many of whom are bedside with their child and we try to do what we can to make their life a little bit easier. most of what we do is providing and deliveries of purse trees, baby items, cleaning supplies and transportation assistance. >> there with care started helping families across the entire bay area. nearly a decade ago. however, they say these last couple of years have been especially challenging research has shown
that families on average spend anywhere between. >> 5,000 to $17,000 and out of pocket expenses. just getting their child to him for medical treatment. so. >> for families that we're working with that many of whom fall below federal poverty line. it is really difficult to just make it day to day at let alone think about how to care for your sick child together. the pandemic and mounting medical bills. >> put a huge financial stress on families they serve so much that they say referrals from social workers at children's hospitals increased 150% since the beginning of the year showing the need is deep and the need is growing as i mentioned, all of the families we're serving are in financial distress. so. >> to be able to get food on the table is really difficult over the last couple weeks. alexander says. >> they were able to get out food, groceries and more to ensure that each one of their families had a warm meal on the table. this thanksgiving. i'm taylor reporting kron 4 news.
>> 7.35 is the time. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news the raiders boy. they pull off a last-minute victory in overtime will have highlights coming up in just a minute. and at the coast this morning, things are fairly mild later on today. we'll be looking at some low 60's out there and a lot of sunshine inland areas were fairly cold to start the morning still in the 30's and 40's later on today. it will be mid 60's and one case, even the low 70. we'll be talking about that. we'll be talking about that. your forecast. mrs. claus the shopping boss here to help you merry savers decorate with the best bargains ever! ross has savings on everything you need to get the party started. because who waits for shipping anymore? or guests?! i love saying yes to more merry for less at ross! the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. tension builds... the plot twist
>> all right. we are back at 7.38. you see video here of the postal service. they say they are ready for what they think will be a surge this holiday season and they've been taking steps to prevent some of problems they had last year. yeah. the postal service expects. >> 25 billion letters as well to be cards and packages all to pass through its system. now. >> and new year. yeah. now last year you may remember covid created unforseen problems for the post office which led to then major delays. but here they are talking a bit more about it. >> not only covid which created on increased online ordering. and it also created employee impacts with the employee availability. we competitors who. have the luxury of saying no, we're taking more and center through the post office. instead, we don't do that. we're here for you, whatever you give us. we're going to we're going to deliver. we're going to get a
whole. >> yeah. in fact, the postal service says they're so prepared that they might be over prepared. they're thinking there could be low product inventories because of the port disruptions in the supply chain issues. so maybe not as many packages will come through as they're braced for. but they're ready for whatever comes their way. we'll be right back. we are back at 7
coming up on 7.45 and probably good time to check on the weather. and yes, friday probably a good time because we left our houses this morning. >> we were wrapped blankets and jackets. and it looks like it's probably still on the cool side. also john's been telling us about some really nice afternoons. we that's what i'll go outside. yes. there you go. that's smart. i think a lot of people are just going to be hunkered down inside this morning because, you know, not as many people at least working this morning and in which case not stay inside those thanksgiving leftovers and just maybe enjoy the rest of the kron 4 morning news and then out out after that when temperatures will start to warm up a little bit more now. right now we are in the midst of some clearing conditions out there. we started the day with mostly cloudy skies has not taken long for cloud cover to sweep a little bit further southward and now we're growing ever clear. and you can see that right across your berkeley hills, cam mostly offshore wind fog. certainly not a thing, not nor is marine
layer. crystal clear conditions into the afternoon and winds will be a factor at times, especially on hillsides. but really not terribly windy day yesterday was just the opposite for southern california. we had a day with santa ana winds for areas like los angeles and surrounding areas enough. so that power was shut off for many of our neighbors down south that low pressure that brought those santa ana winds is beginning to exit the region and now we're in the midst of a drier air mass. and that's just going to be a stagnant one with high pressure building back in and meaning temperatures this weekend are going to rise a little bit further under what is some clear skies daytime highs today will peak in the 60's under sunshine. a few more clouds tonight and then clearing right back out tomorrow with more so highs in the 70's for your saturday and your sunday. both of these days are going to be beautiful for travels for shopping. whatever you want to be doing outside the weekend ahead, looks to be bringing some really good weather for it. as for today, 60's for san francisco and right along the coastline, mostly 60's along the bayshore to burlingame,
south san francisco, egypt 67 carlos redwood city in woodside each at 68 degrees. well, campbell, at 70 degrees are only spot in the low 70's, the east bay with your inland are right along the bayshore. pretty solidly in the 60's at 67 pittsburgh benicia valais how at 65 petaluma down through sandra fell at 67 tomorrow. we rise into the 70's and we're going to stay there all the way through december actually tuesday's or last day of the month ending it on a dry and sunny note wednesday december 1st rising into the 70's again and looking to remain dry for those first couple days of the new month. john, thank you for right. we're tracking your traffic on this friday. it's been like for the most part, as you're traveling from the east bay. >> heading into the city. nom major delays or issues a little under 9 minutes to make that drive. let's get a look at the san mateo bridge. you had a cross towards the peninsula. little under 30 minutes as you're commuting there, the richmond sandra fell bridge a little under driving hazards or delays and
about 20 minutes as you're traveling along the golden gate bridge from the north bay into the city will have more weather and traffic up next. but for now, let's get back to the news. well, sequoia trees are known for being one of the most resilient organisms on earth. and they're also one of the biggest as well. experts say just one tree. >> can weigh more than a 100 elephants combined out. james asked you how much to love even way. yeah. about 13,000 pounds actually did a little look. basically the giant sequoia tree that they have there at the national park is more than 10 7.30, sevens. most of the southwest planes my own you chip yost is talking about the future of these giants of the forest. >> they've been threatened in a way that people thought was unimaginable at one time. >> this is just a giant sequoia tree and the black mountain grove. this all burned in the pier fire in 2017 in and around sequoia national forest in central
california. experts are studying the changing relationship between sequoia trees and wild fires. the only place in the world where sequoias grow naturally is on the western slopes of the sierra nevada mountain range with most of them located and then narrow 60 mile stretch of forest. >> just east of fresno. the sequoia trees, you'll find there. we're considered the largest trees on earth. many are thousands of years old and have survived countless fires during their lifetimes. but recently their fire survival rate has taken a hit. >> it is getting scary, especially to see one of the most fired opted organisms on earth being burned up in fire. that's a very scary change. christy brigham is the chief of resources management and science. >> for sequoia and kings canyon national parks. she says the change was especially
noticed during last year's castle fire in the castle fire. we lost between 7,510 1600. >> sequoias over 4 feet in diameter. that's a lot that's 10 to 14% of the entire population. the change in the trees ability to survive a surprising. >> since the sequoia is built to coexist with fire. >> that sounds hollow. >> in part due to its thick bark that insulates it from the fire and in part due to its size since in most cases for a fire to kill a sequoia. it would have to get all the way up into the canopy. a tall task indeed. >> they're adapted to fire. look how far off the ground. the branches are. >> in addition sequoias need fire to reproduce and seeing the base of a tree blackened by fire can actually be a good thing since it means the seeds
which sit inside the cones high up on the trees may have gotten the heat they needed to be released. the radiation from the heat. >> opens up the cones and then they drop their seeds and they'll drop thousands. so right after the fire. this was a carpet. a little tiny giant sequoias. >> well, touring an area burned by this year's windy fire sequoia national forest. gretchen fitzgerald also showed us how the trees heal themselves after the fire passes. you know, it got a little injured from the fire >> you can actually see it's trying to put out some sap trying heal some of the wounds. ideally in normal times. this burn and heal cycle would repeat itself every 10 to 20 years. >> but these are not normal times. this is an alarming time for giant sequoias. >> and for for us all throughout our sierras on the western slopes of california
sierra nevada mountain range. i'm chip yost. >> all right. now to sports. we have the raiders beating the dallas cowboys on thanksgiving in overtime. yeah. a lot of people excited about that kron 4 sports director jason to last. >> has the highlights for us. >> football and thanksgiving goes together like peanut butter and jelly. they can to make salt pepper catch-up in fried onions on a cheese steak. all right. up probably lost everyone. they're that the philly thing. let's head to jerry's world. the raiders. they were taken on the dallas cowboys. trying to help the raiders snap a four-game losing streak end. this should help. 3rd play of the game for the raiders car to dish on jackson's we've seen that before, especially in jerry world, 56 yard, touchdown catch. he's still fast. all righty. then josh jacobs, he gets the touchdown 3rd quarter we go raiders up 17 13. look at marcus mariota get some runs. he scores on the keeper. the raiders looking good. but
on the ensuing kickoff. you just can't lit this happened. tony pollard, 100 yard house call. 2719 after the missed pa right to the 4th quarter. we go, this is when things got good prescott fines don't shots. now. the great looking ball 32 yard touchdown were tied at 30 after a successful two-point conversion after raiders field goal that the cowboys. they tied up right here and they forced overtime and guess what, we have extra football in ot. after a cowboys 3, an out 1318 for the raiders and the quarterback never turned his head as a jones gets it, that leads to that overtime field goal. guess what? the raiders. they when darrell carlson walk-off, they snap a three-game skid. they going to jerry's world. they beat the cowboys on
thanksgiving. let's head out to the dea. lions hosting the bears lousy teams if we're being honest coming straight to the 3rd jared goff, the marine catholic kid finds tj hockenson for the 17 yard. grab i'm getting a scowl by pam right now. home hometown of pam chicago their teacher. no no, no. but the field goal right there. i know you're from detroit tampa, 1614 bears. they win this one. all righty. we all have our thanksgiving traditions and everyone is different. so who i to judge. you for eating your green bean casserole. anyway, let's hear from some of the forty-niners and find out their favorite thanksgiving dishes. >> favorite thanksgiving. this would be. the macaroni and cheese and sweet potatoes and growing up. my mom always made this noodles dish. that was really good. >> and my wife thinks it's really good green bean
casserole stuffing guy personally stuffing cranberry sauce as the 2 could go to underrated. i'd say green bean casserole. because you're not going anywhere else something's going so sweet potato pie. >> like fried turkey. >> 2 wins in them and years. but i'll take a few out take up, take some takes on. >> shetland arden key. he went to louisiana state university chitlins man and i've never had to green bean casserole kind of take pride in that all ebenezer. ebenezer. marley? first you will see the past. excuse me! coming through! ugh! and then...the present. and finally, ebenezer...the future! introducing the all-electric eqs.
>> we are back at 7.55 will take a really cool look from a well. this is from mars. nasa's curiosity rover celebrating a decade of exploration on the red planet and it sent back what we're calling a picture postcard of the red planet's landscape is actually a comp, a composite of 2 different pictures, black positive together kind of blended the exposure so we can get a really cool look of what it's like there on the red planet. nasa says the rover took these images 10 years after its launch tomorrow's that was back in november. 2620 11 and here we are, 2021 celebrating 10 years and it's still still going strong there on the red planet. a picture worth waiting 10 years for
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>> all right. welcome every morning everybody to this more it a friday after thanksgiving. i'm james fletcher. 08:00am the time inventory of full. so thankful thankful for many things. my colleagues you at home and the weekend thankful for all of those in thankful at a really thanksgiving help him. what he had full bellies on thanksgiving. it was a good time all around to help. and the weather today. if you're going to be kicking out here. holiday shopping season today looking pretty good. too. cold that it looks good old alex. good. i'm thankful for stretchy suits this morning. bill. yeah. couple of them. and this is one of them. us to still fits just but yeah, i definitely feel anybody that's getting outside. just feel a little heavier this morning. >> maybe take a little easier this morning because it is cold. get back outside later on today when temperatures warm into the 60's, then you can get that post thanksgiving jog in your view outside from our berkeley hills camera is lo