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up, but a convenient break from the rain in the midst of the holidays. your view outside right now at san jose looks nice and clear sunshine is something that we've seen over the past couple of hours now after what was actually a mostly cloudy sunrise for many areas that cloud cover is gradually retreated. now we're looking at some sunshine the rest of the day. temperatures wasting no time climbing alameda. you're at 57 along with pacific out of lay one app us in the upper 40's while saint helene in fairfield are 2 spots still holding on to those 30's. i'll be talking more about what to expect for this weekend. still to come, first, let's get a look at traffic or bridges. well, they've been pretty empty throughout the course of the morning. as i'm sure you've expected the bay bridge has been easy going in each direction. it's only going to take you 7 minutes to get to the maze from pre month street today is going to be busy at the shopping centers. but our i don't anticipate too many issues there. 12 minutes from 80 to one o one on the san mateo bridge. also looking into the easygoing 8 minutes from the tolls to one o one on the richmond. sandra fell bridge, golden gate bridge
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just looks nice. not a whole lot of people making that crossing right now. it's only 19 minutes from 37 to the tolls. james. all right, john, thank you very much in at 9 o'clock. let's get to our big story today. the fact that thousands of people are probably going to be heading out to the malls, getting some of those early deals on this black friday following all of this for us this morning has been kron 4. sarah stinson who's been keeping an eye on what it's been like out in the east bay dublin at see in the shopping center. good morning, sarah. >> yeah, good morning. it's been a constant flow of people here. the haas and the shopping center. people some of them scoring on good deals. others saying there's really no deal to get on this black friday. lot of people disappointed talk to a guy who said he stayed up all night long because he said if you fell asleep, he wouldn't wake up in time for the deals. he went to the san francisco premium outlet no. look what here got one thing at best buy. take a look, though. people have been getting some big ticket items. but mostly
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telling me they're disappointed in the deals and that actually matches what analysts were predicting they predicted 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 of the same time, inflation continues to creep. tv's can see the highest price hike overall on average at this. but i am seeing a few deals including the which $299 dyson vacuums $100 off and then sony and samsung for k tv's with the about a 100 to $300 off depending on which one you good. but talking with people i would say i'm hearing that this black friday is a 5 out of 10. let's hear from one guy who was at the premium outlets this morning. >> billion in this house and there are more like when i shopping. oh, yeah. the laundry you. especially for nike. i use liked super long.
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>> that's because those lines were long at the premium outlet mall which i have seen in the past. but here at best buy haven't seen any major lines just seen a consistent flow of people going in and then going out some of those deals in hand. some with just disappointment. so we'll continue to see throughout the day where people are scoring otherwise we're seeing a lot of police and security presence at malls and shopping centers across the bay area. and that's due to all of the looting incidents that we have seen. so malls and shopping centers on high alert and there's a police presence definitely around showing people. they are not messing around. they will not tolerate any of that. so at least it's keeping shoppers safe as they try and score. but james, whether people are going to score big this year compared to previous years. it remains to be seen.
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>> back to you. yeah. and those reasons smash and grabs are no joke either. sarah, thank you very much for that. we've seen these targeting everything from designer styres to mom and pop shops. you can see on your screen here. examples exactly that happening at various locations throughout the bay area and they are changing the way people actually shopping for the holidays. kron four's. rob nesbitt explains. >> 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 take 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
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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. sara lee 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 when 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 and if you're looking for something to do that doesn't involve shopping the east bay regional park district is hosting what it calls its green friday free park day
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with all district fees, waived for park entrance and activities and again, that includes parking as well. so maybe thanks to enjoy that. all right. here's a quick update on a story we've been following for a couple of days now. the that shot a private security guard on wednesday is still on the loose. police still looking for them. he was actually working on assignment with kron 4 at the time. the reward for any information leading to an arrest is now $25,000. so it has gone up. police say this incident was an attempt to rob news camera equipment. the shooting happened at the intersection of 14th and harrison right near the 12 street bart station in this video from the citizens app shot from above looking down shows the scene as it happened that day. the guard is recovering in the hospital. officers also found that there was another victim involved to berkeley man who apparently was hit by bullet shrapnel. so that person has been taken to highland hospital. they've been treated and they've also been released. so that's the latest with that person. our reporter
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was also not physically hurt. but again, our thoughts are with security guard. that's recovering and again, a $25,000 reward now for any information leading to the shooter involved. happening today. the vta will be hosting a virtual vigil to mark 6 months since 9 co-workers were killed there in the deadliest mass shooting in the bay area's history. it will start at 10:00am over zoom in again at 04:00pm there were will be music and a virtual candle lighting ceremony. everyone is welcome to join and we've shared the zoom link on our website kron 4 dot com if you'd like to participate. also happening right now the chp is out in full force at the moment this weekend looking for dangerous drivers. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. the agency kicked off its holiday maximum enforcement period on wednesday with all available chp officers on patrol until sunday at midnight. they'll be monitoring for seat belt violators speeding distracted driving, of course, signs for dui. so be careful on the roads out there. the chp is out trying to make it as safe
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as possible. we will take a quick break. it is 9. '07, coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news, a new variant of coronavirus is out there right now and it's. >> rising raising concerns around the world will have details on that in a minute. and conditions today back to the 60's. we go very similar to where we have been coastal areas. low 60's inland areas mid 60's to upper 60's and lots of sunshine. >> your forecast is still ahead.
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>> sequoia trees are known for being one of the most resilient organisms on earth and also one of the biggest to with experts saying just one tree on average can weigh as much as 10 7.30 sevens. that's 10 southwest jets. that's a pretty big tree. but as chip yost reports, the future of these giant forests has been threatened in a way that they didn't think was possible. >> 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
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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 spiers 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
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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 adeition 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
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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 try and 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's sierra nevada mountain range. i'm chip yost. >> all right. let's bring it back here into the studio and talk about your friday
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forecast here as we're heading into the weekend. a lot of shoppers probably going to get in their holiday shopping this weekend. john. and for them the weather looks wet. pretty good. >> very good. keeping the good stuff around holding on to sunshine mild afternoon highs chilly mornings, though. so that's been the catch as far as getting outside is just want to be ready for that. cool feel warnings have been coming along with this morning was no different. but temperatures are beginning to climb sunshine. certainly complementing what will be a very nice afternoon, especially at the coastline. i know a lot of people are maybe going to be heading up into the sierra or out to the coastline. just to enjoy this mid fall break from the wintery weather. we had been saying that winds were an issue for southern california yesterday has been breezy for the bay but not excessively so the good news for socal neighbors is that we are looking at conditions coming down for them. and in southern california, it's going to be a much calmer day. those santa ana winds were pushed up by this low pressure area that is now accepting the region. so the entirety of the state is just going to remain dry sunny
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and a little bit above our seasonal averages with temperatures sunshine today. tonight, an increasing cloud cover much as we saw last night. tomorrow we clear things right back out and we'll hold on to more clear skies on into your saturday, sunday and monday of next week. so conditions out there are just going to stay pretty familiar which at this point is that sunshine and mild weather. we've got use to 60's and san francisco and along the coastline. temperatures along the bay shore mostly back into the 60's as well. burlingame 67 saying carlos redwood city woodside each at 68 for the south bay. we've got one spot in the 70's. that's you and campbell are warm spot right at 70 degrees. not much different elsewhere. the mid to upper 60's yet again today it today is actually going to be one of the coolest of the remainder of this forecast. one look at your 7 day and you can see why we've got more so temperatures in the 70's after today. the knot mid 70's to low 70 saturday and sunday and then low 70's to around out november on tuesday, kick off december on wednesday as far
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as the roads go. no surprise that the day after a holiday, it's pretty light out there. 7 minutes to get you from the maze to fremont street on the bay bridge. it's been pretty empty all day long. the only spots that you're really running into crowding is likely around your local shopping centers 80 to one o one 92 is looking great across the san mateo bridge traffic moving along just fine. but a fair amount of people heading westbound on 5.80 to get you from the tolls to one o one. the richmond center fell bridge that will be 7 minutes. the golden gate bridge. you can see the breeze out there along the coastline in the flag pole on the right. it's going to be 19 minutes from 37 to the tolls back to you, james. all right. thank you very much, john. >> 9.17 the time and a little girl with a degenerative disease has a very special christmas wish, one that she hopes will come true in order to help not only her but also her grandmother. we've got melanie townsend with the story. >> tar. jane nelson is a unique kind of 8 year-old who loves doing handstands on the
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coal mine rainbow creating abstract pieces of art. it has her heart set on a certain professions. >> we had your view feature. we want be. tar 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. facing have ta. i they take my wait walking and do
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any of that. climbing up on around ernie's insta. >> shriners will be giving 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 was here. >> and i have you put it in there and it didn't take it out when and it's just hard 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 live chair own bag is it kind of but i knew that she wanted them because let me my back hurts my and so you know, i say will outside of himself. at this
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time of it is that, you know, it's still say i feel great day 2 when it for things mind that. >> walt has many things to be thankful for. she is hoping santa or one of his helpers. we'll give her and pals the gift of a lifetime have to and bigger in sacramento melanie townsend, fox 40 >> but or will take a break. coming up next on the kron 00:00am morning news. >> air travel is returning the well closer to prepandemic levels as the department of justice now stepping up efforts to crack down passengers that have become more and more unruly.
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see a path forward with actions and treatments that may help your eyes— and protect against vision loss. visit noweyesee.com and take control of your sight. time in the holiday shopping season is here with millions of people probably buying their gifts online. >> returning them, though, if you need 2 could be a little difficult if that's how you bottom richard garrett takes a look at the web site trying to i don't that a little easier. >> ordering items online is easy but returning them can be a hassle. now a startup named return mates wants to change that. they'll come to you to pick up the items you need to return and then they'll complete the process. >> we've gotten so used to the ease of online shopping. a few taps and items arrive at our door. delivery is easy. but returning the same items can
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be time consuming. this is something that people just push off the weeks weeks. all they don't return now or in the end up wasting money. kristian zak is co-founder of return mates. i started making returns process easy for online shoppers of any website. what we find is once they go through the whole that is here's how it works. start to return process with the website. you bought the item from then upload the return label or qr code to return mates and schedule a next-day pickup, you can leave the item outside or handed over in person during your side pickup time. there's no need to box it up, bring them back to our warehouse package them. >> a fixture label and then ship them by the carriers. multiple items from the same website can be consolidated into a bigger box, which is more economical and earth friendly people value convenience and while dropping off your item at a ups store is definitely more convenient than what it used to be 5 years or for selling out now
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we think the most convenient option is not your house at all. when i tested out the service, i liked how they kept me informed every step of the way from when the driver is about to arrive to win your item is headed back. we also have an insurance policy which covers up to a $1000 per item. the cost for this convenience. 6 $1 per pickup for $15 a month for unlimited in the future of return mates hopes more websites might include their service returns are inherently confusing for consumers. and so we want to just be the most simple straightforward process out there. >> i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. 9.25 on the clock and issues with unruly airline passengers has become more and more of a problem since the pandemic and now the department of justice is calling on federal prosecutors to really start emphasizing prosecution of these cases at lambert explains. >> we are seeing more of these
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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. >> to un team taking biting shoving and spitting. it is disgusting as of tuesday. the faa says it's gotten more than 5300 reports of unruly
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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. >> we'll take a break here at 9.27 coming up next on the kron 4 morning news, a new covid variant is causing big worries around the world will tell you what we're learning about it this morning. we are
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back. 9.30 is the time we've got john in the weather center. keeping an eye on our forecast on this friday. hope you had a great thanksgiving and if you have plans to get out there and shop. looks like it's going to pretty sunny john. yeah, that might actually be good way to burn off some of those thanksgiving calories. >> convenient timing to be right around the stores, i guess. and if you just want to be taking a jog outside enjoying some sunshine today. also a good day to be doing that. we're going to be looking at more and more sunshine come the afternoon already in full force at coit tower right now where as you can see, bright skies are overhead. nice, blue skies for that matter to we did see a resurgence of cloud cover last
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night that quickly left right after sunrise this morning and that's left us with some quickly rising temperatures alameda sitting at 57 san mateo at 58 while the coast already in the low 60's and those spots that were formerly in the 30's in the north bay have now well climbed back up into the 40's and 50's as far as our bridges are concerned, it's been easy go out there. the bay bridge. it's been a solid 8 minutes the maze to fremont street all morning long and obviously not a commute kind of morning. the day after thanksgiving, san mateo bridge is also been pretty smooth. 80 to one o one. that's 13 minutes for you. the richmond center fell bridge nice. sunny skies. really the only people out there think our shoppers are maybe some late thanksgiving lunch, people that are just celebrating this friday and those along the golden gate bridge will see some sunshine but also some winds right along the coast. some of our warmest of temperatures right now it's 19 minutes to get you from 37 over to the tolls. james, thank you very much, john. so we are following the latest here with coronavirus.
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a new variant has been detected in south africa the scientists say is a concern. >> they're noticing and there's a high number of mutations with this one. and it's spreading fairly quickly through the country's most populated areas, specifically among its young people health officials in south africa say that this variant is fueling a dramatic rise. now in their cases it's also been detected in botswana and hong kong. and just this morning, the first case was detected in israel. fact, the european union now planning to stop air travel from southern africa in order to try to prevent the spread of this new variant. not clear if it's going to be any better or worse in terms of the vaccine fighting, it will have to wait and see. the world health organization is expected to meet today to determine if they're going to designate this as a variant of concern. wall street is concerned about fact the big board here shows us the dow off by more than 800 points. it had fallen by more than 900 points. earlier this morning as traders and investors are reacting to word of this new
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variant shifting asked money away from risk assets and putting more towards things that seemed to benefit during the pandemic. we talk to jane king earlier. she said netflix zuma seem to be getting a bounce and people like carnival cruise or just cruise ships in general hotels. they seem to be hit hard by this latest downturn in the market. so we'll have to wait and see how it all shakes out by the end of the trading day. but now anyway, it's off by quite a bit. 9.33 the time researchers are working to determine if children might need a coronavirus booster. we're talking about younger kids and teenagers infectious disease expert doctor anthony fauci says that it's probably not going to be likely that they'll need it. their immune systems are a bit more robust adulting systems. but officials say pediatric studies are now underway to make that determination more information they say should be available at some point early next year. the holiday shopping season is here. we've been talking about that a busy time for scammers as well. so be careful. be on the lookout.
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the better business bureau has a list of its top 12 scams to watch out for and a lot of them are targeting online shoppers. diaz has the story. >> 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. then 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.
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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. >> 9.35 on the clock. and back here in the bay area with dozens of local nonprofits working really hard. this thanksgiving to make sure that every family had a warm meal on the table for thanksgiving. but the redwood city based nonprofit there with care is doing more than just that. they're providing support to low income families with children who are critically
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ill crawford's taylor sack explains how they're helping families here in the bay area every day of the year. >> 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 groceries 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.
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>> 5,000 to $17,000 and out of pocket expenses. just getting their child to him from 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 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 and taylor reporting kron 4 news. >> it is 9.37. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news
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the raiders, they pull off a win in overtime. it was a thriller will have highlights coming up. >> and we are going to see a nice sunny day ahead of us already there. it's just still chilly outside later on today. daytime highs rise into the 60's. pretty familiar territory for us by this point. i've got more in your post holiday weekend forecast ahead.
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>> we are back at 9.40 the u.s. postal service saying it is ready for the surge. they're expecting this holiday season fact they're taking steps to make sure they don't have the problems they had last year. the postal service saying they're looking for about 25 billion cards packages letters, all of that stuff coming through their system between now and new year's day covid as you may remember, created some unprecedented problems for them last year led to major delivery delays. here we are talking a bit more about it. >> not only covid which created on increased online ordering. and that also created employee impacts with the employee availability. we competitors who. have the luxury of saying no, 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 when got >> in fact, postal services. they may be over they think now there might be lower product inventories with all
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the port disruptions in the supply chain issues. so they're braced for the maximum that might come their way. but and may not materialize. we'll have to wait and see. >> we'll be right back. time >> we'll be right back. time now, 9.40. i did some early shopping this year. one for you, one for me. awww. i love it. i got us a little something, too. yeah? yep. one for you and one for me. i love it! oh! actually, that was.. i love it! i like red. current eligible gmc owners get over 25 hundred purchase allowance on 2021 gmc sierra light duty crew cab models when you finance through gm financial. we are professional grade. gmc
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>> we're back at 9.45, let's get over to the weather center john's forecast for you on this friday as we're heading into this weekend after thanksgiving. good morning. john looks great out there.
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looks beautiful right. we're getting really spoiled this past week. we'd love to see some more rain. but mother nature's at least timing things out for us. conveniently this week giving us the easy travel weather. the easy shopping weather in just the enjoyable stuff when maybe you've got some family in town or maybe of some travels for yourself. today's a good day for all of it. i know it's a big shopping day skies are clear for it. it's been a chilly morning and a bit of a breezy one at times. all the winds are certainly on the calmer side of things and will progressively be. so for the rest of the day today. that's especially true for southern california, which awesome. very strong santa ana winds yesterday which actually resulted in a lot of power shut offs for southern california as this low pressure area that really ushered up those winds exits the region today should be a much calmer one all across the state. good one again, like i said, for your shopping or just getting outside, maybe burning hof some of those calories you gained yesterday. now tonight we will see an ifcreasing cloud cover tomorrow. clears right back out. and it's actually going
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to be a little bit warmer tomorrow to saturday and sunday are going to come along with daytime highs climbing back into the 70's for more and more of our bay area. cities after today's most of the afternoon spent in the 60's golden gate park. and i 64 if you're heading out that direction, half moon bay at 66 burlingame in south san francisco, right at 67 for your highs. foster city and san mateo there as well. south bay temps. some of our warmest in campbell for example, are only spot right at 70 degrees. you'll be in good company in the 70's starting tomorrow with more and more of us actually seeing those 70's in your 4 zone forecast starting on saturday taking us all the way into december, which is in sight now, the first day of it being wednesday of next week. 70's after today, all across the board with lots of sunshine and no chance of rain in sight just yet. as far as our bridges go. it's been an easy one. i know a lot of us aren't commuting today. but those of us that are getting greeted by there's a little treat for you after thanksgiving from the maze to fremont street. only going to
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take you 8 minutes. san mateo bridge has been an easy 1, 2, 12 minutes. and if you're doing some shopping heading on over towards the east bay or up into marion county on the richmond center fell bridge. things are also looking good. that's a 7 minute crossing right there. the golden gate bridge a little bit longer. 19 minutes from 37 to the tolls and a bit breezy out along the coastline beautiful day to run across the bridge. if you want to go that option. james. all right, john, thank you. now let's get to sports. the raiders beat the dallas cowboys on thanksgiving for sports director jason dumas has highlights on this 11th hour victory. >> football and thanksgiving goes together like peanut butter and jelly baking in a he was kind catch up and 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
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the raiders car, sean jackson and 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
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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 am i to judge. you for eating your green bean casserole.
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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 to 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 al
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>> well, if you want to avoid crowds at the mall this weekend. maybe rather go to a movie and just relax. we've got dean richards with a look at what's out. >> i've been a good show my life. it is an empire. you can have the family which is excites and everybody her least that's my main suite. our main. >> sweet face. >> the story of one of the best known names in fashion plays out on the big screen this week in house of gucci.
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it's a true story of colossal wealth and excess in power. the twists and turns like the lifestyles of the super rich reality show with one character. more over the top and interesting than the next. i think that's what i'd liked about house of gucci. it's a nighttime drum of the highest order only it really happened. lady gaga is back on the big screen in it playing a middle class social climber. we turner d law student adam driver who just happens to be the heir to the gucci fortune who wants nothing to do with his family's business a series of events and his very aggressive new girlfriend soon to be wife has other ideas. and here is where all the fun and tragedy began the plot thickens as more of the gucci's are introduced each with their own agendas and wild personalities. thanks to a fantastic supporting cast out. but, you know, jared leto, some hiking jeremy irons it's me and sometimes messy and reminded me of watching
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the antics of britain's royal family or america's super rich. the story is a little long at just over 2 and a half hours. but it's interesting. stylish beautifully performed by dean's list. b plus only in for the family. there's the latest from the disney animation factory and condo. it's a magical story of a family that possess magical powers all except young mira bell believes her family's powers are waning. so she goes on a quest to find them in conto is uplifting fun and full of great messages. and even though it mostly doesn't break any new ground it does feature 8 original songs from hamilton creator lin-manuel miranda that adds to the positive vibes. it's a dean's list. b plus, only in theaters in. so it. that screen is the origin story of the resident evil franchise in resident evil. welcome to raccoon city. a once thriving city is abandoned by its main employer. a giant
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pharmaceutical company when zombie evil is unleashed from below the surface. hope you have a great holiday weekend in chicago. i'm dean richards all some for everybody there at the movies this weekend. >> all right. here's a quick look at a fun story from nasa. this is a picture taken by the curiosity rover out there on mars as it is celebrating a decade roaming the surface of the red planet picture postcard is what they're calling the shot and it's actually a composite of 2 images that they took the rover pick a spot took a picture early in the morning and then stay there and waited until late afternoon then took the same picture again and then this sort of blended the 2 together and gave it a little color so we could see what it might look like if we were there on the surface ourselves. pretty interesting curiosity went to mars. it was launched on november 26 of this day back in 20 11, the thanksgiving curiosity. all right. let's take a look at the weather here. closer to home. john with your weekend forecast. yeah. nice weather here across the bay area. plenty of sunshine. we're staying warm too.
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>> we are going to be rising well into the 70's this weekend. that's going make today. actually the coolest of your forecast tuesday last day of the month. james and december starts on wednesday. also, we're almost done with the year 2021 almost off now november almost finishing up 2021. that's pretty incredible. >> have a great weekend, everybody. hope you had a happy thanksgiving and we'll see you back here on monday. want more from your vitamins? at nature's bounty, we give you more. more immune support. with the only vitamin c that lasts 24 hours. more restful sleep. with the first-ever triple action sleep supplement. we put more of our brains into helping your heart.
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