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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good saturday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow. >> it is saturday, november 27th the saturday after thanksgiving. we've got a lot to get to this morning. let's start by getting a check of your weather forecast. dave spahr is standing by. dave of the sun is starting to come up and it looks like a beautiful day. it is. it's going to be a beautiful weekend. good well, good morning, everybody. and those temperatures not bad either. they're not going to feel like we're walking into winter here at all. >> keep the sunshine really cooking. really not just for
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today, tomorrow but also into next week as well. beautiful picture coming into the east bay shoreline. look at that. some oranges off to the background as the sun starts to loom in 8 a little bit for us going on here. most the traffic coming off the pacific will be very typical of this pattern going up in around us. so we will be in the dry pattern. it looks like not just for this weekend and this week. but even into next weekend as well. temperature check for us. we do have a couple 30's hanging on napa. 38, but mostly it's the lower 40's covering even the interior sections of the east bay and a little bit up in the north bay to their with santa rosa 43 coming in for the bottle. wind check. not much single digits. we have calm elsewhere. don't expect them to really pop it all really happening this afternoon and the breakdown for you with more of that orange hue off towards the distance. 62 at 11 by 2. we're talking 67 was told the shot single and with your painting activity there with water colors. coming up a little bit here. we'll have a look at your forecast for this weekend and beyond. well.
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>> fears of a heavily mutated form of covid-19 have prompted a dozen countries, including the united states to restrict travel from 8 african countries where the highly transmissible on the kron variant is spreading rapidly marybeth mcdade brings us the latest on those restrictions as well as why that variant is causing so much concern. >> i decided cautions make sure there are no travel. to and from south over concerns of a new variant discovered in south africa dumped on the kron president joe biden announced he is suspending care travel from 8 south african nations. >> the travel ban goes into effect here in the states on monday but is already in place and the european union and the u k. >> we don't know. a lot happened the new variant was detected in south africa back on november 11th.
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>> and is already popped up in botswana, belgium and hong kong. health experts are urging more travel bans to prevent this variant from spreading even further to more covid-19 circulates. >> the more opportunities this virus has to change to mutate world health organization held an emergency meeting to determine just how dangerous this new strain is early analysis showed that this right is a large number of mutations. >> that require and book and the goal for the study. it will take a few weeks for us to understand what impact this. ryan has so far they've detected around 50 mutations. >> which doctor anthony fauci says as experts fearing that this new variant may spread faster than others. >> and vaccines may not work against it. once you test it, you'll know for sure whether or not it doesn't does not. >> they the antibodies that we make. for example, against the virus to a vaccine. several vaccine makers are now testing
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the4r shots against on the kron. >> meantime, news of the new variant rattle the stock market, the dow closed down 905 points. but this new variant. >> at a south africa is clearly scaring a lot of them and is. >> making investors fearful that the economic progress that much of globe has made its going to dissipate. >> that was mary beth mcdade reporting for local health experts say they disagree with the travel ban arguing it is not the most effective way to contain the new variant. >> it may help a little bit in terms of slowing the emergence of the virus around the globe. but it's not going to stop it. the need at least 75% vaccination rate worldwide. >> to stop it. and so this just proves that is going to push us towards getting better vaccine. equity. >> president biden does note the united states has donated the most covid vaccines of any country in the world. he is
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urging other nations to step up and do the same. despite the new travel restrictions americans will still be allowed to return to the united states. they just need to test negative before boarding their flight home. the fda says an experimental pill to treat mild to moderate cases of covid-19 is effective. but more input is needed. the agency posted its analysis of the pill yesterday ahead of a public meeting scheduled for next week. that's when outside experts will give their opinions over its safety. there are concerns about potential side effects in pregnant women and possible birth defects, though the fda did not did no to the pill's maker merck did not collect as much safety data on the medication as it did for other covid-19 treatments. developing news out of the south bay san jose. police say a second man was shot last night in campbell, while a high school football game was going on that shooting happening in westmont high school's parking lot just before 09:00pm. last night we
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told you one man shot and was shot and suffered non-life-threatening injuries. now police say another man was also shot. he was taken to the they say both of their injuries are non-life-threatening. police say they do not have a motive for the shooting at or a suspect in custody at this time. the football game that was going on at the time was between sarah high school and saint francis high school for the division one championship. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news honoring the 9 lives lost in a mass shooting at vta railyard. what's being done to support the family members of those victims, especially as the holidays approach. >> plus the recent smash and grabs and the covid-19 pandemic are not stopping shoppers from getting their black friday deals. hear how officials are keeping everyone officials are keeping everyone safe. this weekend. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids.
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are hospitalized with major injuries after their car slammed into a tree in palo alto. police say the vehicle. >> was getting away from an illegal sideshow that involved at least 4 vehicles. the sideshow happened thursday night at the east end of the market arrow road near the palo alto baylands nature preserve officers say when police activated their lights a red chevy camaro sped away before crashing into a tree.
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but the driver and his passenger were seriously injured. police say neither of them were wearing a seat belt. their dog also sustained major injuries. it had to be put down. a suspected intruder was shot and killed trying to enter the marine corps recruit depot in san diego yesterday that shooting happening just before noon. officials say the suspect approached a checkpoint on the base, got out and began walking towards the marines with a knife. those gate guards reportedly warned the person to stop several times before opening fire killing the suspect, the naval criminal investigative service is investigating this deadly shooting. it was that police presence at the gilroy premium outlets for black friday included officers on horseback. one shopper tells us he actually saw security at home depot chase a man he fled the store with a shopping cart full of merchandise it's not clear if they have are caught that man apart from that isolated incident, though,
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most of the shoppers we spoke to said they were not concerned about the recent rise in retail crime. >> i do. you i was okay and thinking about it now. more like i just want to go home because it's so the line surprise you. >> and yeah, because it wasn't like this last year. i mean, i get because covid everybody was indoors. >> and you'll need those shades to has plenty of sunshine today. tomorrow looks like it will prevail as those temperatures climb up there near the subject degree mark, maybe in some inland valleys off to the sacramento valley punching into around 80 or so. we'll take a look at your forecast coming up next. keep it here.
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>> welcome back. it is 7.14 on this saturday morning. and mother nature has just cooked up something absolutely gorgeous for us. the sun is shining. we've got blue skies ahead. dave says we're going need your sunglasses. if you're headed out today to go shopping or maybe go get your christmas tree. it's going to be a nice day for a good morning. well, good morning, everybody. and that's going to continue. also tomorrow into much of next week as well. shot in coming from the south bay there from san jose state me the logical department providing us with those. >> blue skies as well pushing the temperatures in fahrenheit. guys near about 70 or so. would like to deal with
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celsius. ok. here's what's going on. and the view from space. most of the storm track going to stay up towards the north, not just this weekend but into next week as well. there's some little nuances with all of that. but we'll take a look at that in the longer range forecast models for you doesn't really get juicy into the following week. however, get used to this. we may get some high cloudiness throughout the day. but that will be about it. temperature check, though, wa far. we've come will have to go to 38 napa. rosa. but don't let those numbers for you because we'll warm up very nicely this afternoon off to the east bay. see plenty of 40's. but again, expect some dancing into the 70's a little bit here. 2 approaching about 80 for the sacramento valley later on today to 45 meanwhile, for san jose just running through this and future cast for over the next about 48 hours again noting some high cloudiness sometimes get a little plump be at times. but basically mostly sunny will cover the real estate. all the ways you can see 20 monday. here's the breakdown, sunny and nice this weekend upper 60's lower 70's. that will be pretty much the
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drill then for this weekend or week rather its persistence. sunny and 70 ish that will be about the range. we look for. that's almost the 7 day forecast right there for you getting into next weekend. dry and mild temps hold near 70. there is a little bit of a system off to the pacific which to throw some cloudiness our way. but again, we'll take a look at that in your longer range. forecast models today 68 san francisco, lots of blue skies. 70 coming in for oakland san jose checking in at 72 watt of uniformity with temperatures going on here and we don't have a lot of cloud cover. we don't have a rain event or a wind event but still, even just a notch or 2 pa graffiti were able to manage numbers very close to each other. 70 for livermore east bay shoreline also around 70 68 going on for san francisco coming up in a bit. of course, we'll have that for zone forecast where you look that extended to know. >> nothing like a california winter. thanks. state christmas tree farmers are dealing with higher prices and christmas tree shortage. is this holiday season. lauren late has more on how they're handling the nick this
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nationwide problem. christmas trees. the latest item to fall victim to a nationwide shortage harder to get and more expensive to buy last year's all surgeon christmas tree purchases leading farmers all over the country. over self supply that takes anywhere from 4 to 10 years to grow. combine that with the year of unpredictable weather for cultivating supply shrinks. i would say this year we're probably only going to sell about 30 to 40% of our sales from our farm itself. and the will be coming in from the trees and wisconsin trimming tree farm in athens is used to bringing in at least some non native trees to pad their soft. >> but manager sam george says ongoing supply chain issues mean getting the trees here this year comes at a price or cost has gone up. >> through the roof. one of the major price increases coming from the labor and the shipping. obviously with fuel prices are shipping has gone through the roof and then also the fact that, you know, everybody's really just having to pay a lot more to get the labor. there's a major labor shortage right now. george
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says they're doing what they can to keep costs down for customers and they're grateful to be one of the farms. it's actually getting their full order. phil. >> even if it is more but we're trying to keep our price increase under 20% because. >> we know that a lot of other outlets are having to go up 3040, even 50%. even with that 20% hike. george says the farm will still in the season with a loss, but he says trim a tree isn't always about profit especially during a year like this one. and we want everybody to have an affordable >> you know, obviously the one of the major things with christmas is a christmas tree. so we're trying to keep it where everybody can not have access to one. he says he expects this year to be even busier than last. and even then they sold out of their supply in just one single week in athens lauren leighton news 19. >> despite recent smash-and-grabs in the covid-19 pandemic shoppers are flocking back to san francisco's union square. the start of the holiday shopping season is also seeing. >> a bigger police presence in the city's popular shopping
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district, black friday, shoppers sold us the heightened sfpd presence was a welcome sight. kron four's. dan thorn has more. >> among the thousands of black friday shoppers making their way through union square cops could be found on nearly every corner. if you're a criminal, you don't want to come. san francisco police are out in full force as the sidewalks in stores have been taken over by people eager to score a deal. the police presence comes after smash-and-grabs have terrorized bay area shopping centers. the visibility of police has been comforting. it makes you feel safer walking around what's going on in world today. yeah. a lot safer. this is the biggest police presence i've ever seen. the pandemic took a lot of the air out of last year's black friday excitement. many stores decided to close on thanksgiving day and capacity was very limited inside to allow for physical distancing this year. it was much different. there's a lot more people out right now. it
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hopefully the mask kind that we're all out here trying to get the same deals, get shopping done early peek at the big crowds might make it challenging for everyone to get what they're looking for. but the experience of once again getting out and about in the heart of the city's shopping district is worth it for many. this is what i miss after the last year. i love it. reporting in san francisco. dan thorn kron 4 news. ar of local stores might see a large crowd of shoppers for small business saturday. today a survey by lendingtree shows nearly half of americans are planning to shop at small businesses this weekend. >> 63% of consumers say the pandemic strengthened their loyalty to small businesses. experts estimate more than 20 billion dollars are going to be spent nationwide today again, shop small. that's a feat for today. we'll be right back. stay with us.
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>> 6 months ago, a gunman shot and killed 9 of his coworkers at the vta railyard in san jose. before turning the gun on him self. it was the deadliest mass shooting in bay area history and family members of the 9 victims say it's a day they'll never forget the agency held a memorial for those 9 employees honoring their lives. kron four's amanda hari shows us
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how the community is still supporting those who were hit hardest by that shooting. >> a virtual candle lighting held for vta employees as well as the public. it's a reminder that those lost in the shooting at the rail yard will not be forgotten. >> it happened 6 months ago on may 26 absolutely. people. >> our impact in 6 months later. for the most part, nancy bull penrod is the director of the counseling team international. >> it's a group of mental health professionals that provide 24 7 intervention during a tragedy they responded to the vta shooting. full penrod says if people have a strong support system. they may be able to process the tragedy. but for others it can be more difficult they go home before gray walls. they don't seek. >> type of support, whether it's in a group friends or the in counseling. give him a hard
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time dealing with that but events like this are small way to help. >> pastor bruce reyes spoke at the candle it he's personally been impacted by gun violence us 13 years ago my brother-in-law was killed ln a workplace shooting. he tells me this time of year can be especially difficult for those impacted by this we know all too well what this is like, especially around the holidays. >> it's been over a decade. the greece still sneaks up on you. he believes this type of event is important not only to remember the victims. >> but to bring awareness to mental health issues and gun violence continue to make visible these kinds of situations. if we're going to make any headway. >> and trying to stop them in the future. the director of the counseling team tells me it's perfectly fine. >> if you are someone that is
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still struggling because of the vta shooting. she says there are ways to get help. some of the example she gave were join a support group, go to counseling journal or just practice self care ♪just the two of us♪
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>> we have some heartbreaking breaking news to share with you this morning. the kron 4 security guard who was shot in oakland earlier this week has died from his injuries. the
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guard was on assignment with one of our kron 4 news reporters kron four's camila barco joining us live from the newsroom with the very latest details this morning. camila. while the private security guard died at oakland's highland hospital earlier this morning. >> the guard went into surgery after he was shot on wednesday. he was then taken to the icu where he was said to be in stable condition. however, this morning we're learning he passed away because of a gunshot wound. now, the shooting happened just before 1230, wednesday afternoon in oakland. it occurred near the intersection of 14th and harrison mets near the 12th street bart station and lake merritt. the armed guard was with one of our kron 4 news reporters. this is a video of the scene captured they were covering a story in oakland about a recent smash-and-grab break in at a business in the area while they were doing their job. someone attempted to steal our reporters camera equipment. the armed guard was shot in
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the lower abdomen. our reporter was not physically hurt. the armed guard was a former police officer and it is common practice for bay area television stations, including kron 4 news to send our crews out with security guards while covering stories in the past. the bay area news stations have been targeted for their camera equipment now, so far there's no word on a suspect description. police are still searching for the person responsible. if you happen to know any information, call oakland police. there is a $32,500 reward for information that leads to an arrest. well, back to you. camila, thank you for that. again, we are deeply saddened to hear about this it's devastating news. and our deepest sympathies go out. >> to that security guard and his family camila. we'll check in with you again later this morning. we do want to get you a check of your forecast now, dave sphar is in the weather he has the latest details. stave.
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>> morning, we're seeing a lot of sunshine for this weekend's forecast. and we're going to keep that into next week. it looks like in temperatures, almost like spring-like rather than the traditional winter like weather that we see or as we go into winter, logical winter starts actually into this week. the pictures we have for you. this comes in from san jose state. a lot of blue skies to maybe some high cloudiness later on today. but on balance, we'll call it mostly sunny storm track keeps everything up towards the north and that really doesn't change for the whole week ahead will be a kind of looking at that in the longer range forecast models in a bit temperature checks still holding on 38 in napa elsewhere. it's almost uniformly in the 40's except a couple coastal locations in the 50's. so mild to cool to start things off here and our breakdown puts us at 62 by 11 by 2. but 67. however, plenty of locations will be in the lower 70's will be checking that out. your 4 zone forecast. and again, look at your extended as well. no. well, thanks, dave. >> on the peninsula. belmont
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police are searching for this man after he was caught on camera in the backyard of someone's home as kron four's. gayle ong reports, police believe the suspect is connected to other burglaries in that area. >> belmont police are looking for this man. home security cameras captured his photo seen in someone's backyard in the area of casa bone avenue and corona at boulevard tuesday around 1215, in the afternoon. a neighbor didn't want to show her face. but explained what happened when she got home the neighbors asked me to go check on the house because the alarm was going off >> and i. come to find out the guy that was sitting in front of my house was the one waiting to pick up the guys and broke into their house and get away. the neighbor says the suspect took off with laptops and remembered seeing a light colored vehicle outside her home. police released a photo of a vehicle of interest, a silver 2021 jeep compass with a california license plate number. rv, the suspect is connected to other
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burglaries in the area and are asking residents to review security cameras for any suspicious activity. longtime residents say they will be paying close attention. we have the ring and then we always try to leave a light on our cars and our driveway. but i mean, this is a safe neighborhood. it seems really scary. we've got a little kid. so. >> 7 early worried about. so what can i do? you know, i don't go anywhere. >> and to pay attention and i watch out. that's all i can do. my home has a security system. i homeowner. >> which i haven't bothered to conduct it. i'm definitely going to go ahead and do that and the belmont police department is reminding the community that that's and burglaries are common around the holidays. >> and to take extra precaution. securing your homes vehicles and valuables reporting from belmont. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> gilroy police say they are investigating a drive-by shooting that left a man dead.
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it happened wednesday around 06:00pm in the area of leaves lee road and monterey street. police say 2 people were sitting in a car when they were both shot by a passing vehicle officers and paramedics quickly arrived on scene. but police say despite their efforts. one of the victims did die at the scene he's been identified only as a 43 year-old man from sacramento. the other victim was taken to a hospital and is expected to recover. >> these kids are especially thankful for everything that they have because it's been a rough couple then i can finally go on the swings. >> students at a california school giving thanks. this week why they are especially grateful after the recent wildfire season. we've got that story coming up after the that story coming up after the break. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids.
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>> welcome back. 7.37 on this saturday morning. and santa claus gets a new boyfriend in a new christmas commercial by norway's postal service. the ad captures a love story between saint nick and a man named harry as they meet up in harry's living room. each christmas eve. it's a twist on the classic. a christmas, carol. i saw mommy kissing, santa claus and it actually celebrates 50 years since norway d criminalized same
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relationships. the video has captured attention worldwide. it's garnered over a million views since it was released on monday. president biden attended a christmas tree lighting in nantucket massachusetts with his family this weekend before the event he was seen out and about surrounded by security staff talking with residents and visiting stores in the area. the president watched on as the tree was lit up and a lot of people clapping there. carolers singing christmas carols as well. vice president kamala harris, meanwhile, she stayed in washington, dc for the holiday weekend where she is expected to attend the lighting of the national menorah on sunday to kick off hanukkah. her husband. second gentleman doug emhoff is the first jewish spouse of the president or vice president in u.s. history. the 90th annual california state capitol tree lighting ceremony is set for next thursday. governor gavin newsom and first partner jennifer siebel newsom will
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host that celebration starts at 5.30 thursday evening oakland interfaith, gospel choir and san francisco men's chorus are among the year's performers. a 6 year-old hadiya asthma from dublin was selected to light the capitol tree with the governor and first partner. meanwhile, a 25 foot tall. menorah is expected to be let tomorrow at union square to celebrate the first day of hanukkah. the event will start at 2 in the afternoon. the menorah lighting will begin at 4.45 the event is free. it will include craft activities for kids as well. that first large menorah one up in union square back in 1975 the lighting events for hanukkah. the jewish festival of lights will continue through december 5th dave, that's technically a little early. the sunsets for 52 in san francisco tomorrow so but i guess what just want to be ready. just want to be on the go here. here's a look at our forecast going on here for today. we've got those temperatures get into the upper 60's. >> some lower 70's as well.
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get used to it. there's plenty more to come. hard to believe it's winter. the kron 00:00am morning news continues.
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year not every resort is opening its slopes for this holiday weekend. several of the resort's actually had to push back their opening days due to all the warmer weather and dry conditions. we've been seeing at least one tahoe area resort is welcoming guests, though. gurajpal sangha takes us to bari. ow. >> it's a timeless tradition. that continues. at last or without mother nature going to come in and but it's here. hundreds of skiers snowboarders took advantage of the opportunity on this black friday. the stretch, the floor. >> the snow is not as hard as i thought it would be. >> and this isn't the real stuff. a lot of resorts like boreal starting making manmade snow, especially earlier this week at the temperatures were favorable you rather have something than anything is better than nothing. yesterday.
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>> oreo whose work hard work, making this winter wonderland come to life again. >> the resort opened a few weeks ago after the historic bomb cyclones but were forced to close due to warm temperatures. with the portion of them out in open. you know, it's fake it's pretty nice, you know, to get some practice. people of all ages soaked in the fun in no masks, no social distancing everything starting to feel normal again. and the next step it snowballs into good time on the year now, just pray for snow. >> sounds a little crunchy out there that was garage reporting for us palisades tahoe is also open this weekend. but not fully. and in this video, you can kind of see why there's snow around the resort for sure. but there are several grassy areas with just nothing on top of them. it might take some time before
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that area sees a little bit more snow, especially as we look towards the forecast for this week. and even just looking here at home. it's absolutely gorgeous. which is something we really like to see. that's why you live in california sometimes for this type of winter weather, right. i'm hoping that maybe we've got some rain chances potentially in the future. dave, what are potentially all take that. well, what would have some potential for you that you can hang your hat on a little bit is towards the end of the forecast period. >> for now, though. expect more of this again tomorrow as well. nice blue skies east bay shoreline. >> nice view happening there as we start our saturday here going back up what does it look like this weekend. we'll talk about some grass. other probably be more of it because maybe some melting we've got temperatures in the 50's to about 60 or so going on for monday. this also pose a little bit of a problem to a chips away. a little bit. our bank account there that storage for the spring. in addition to hydroelectric power course than one too much coming through the gears at this time. so everything is a
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balance in this upsets of a little bit. high pressure is the one in control over the entire west coast expected to remain warm. not just this weekend but into next week. it also sends most of the traffic north of us know. we'll take a look at the forecast models in just a bit. but there you can see the picture that we have might get some high cloudiness little bit this week and you always have some of that spilling on and we sometimes call dirty high a little bit temperature 41 on the santa rosa 38 still a nap at this hour. most readings off to the east bay into the 40's and even lower 40's at that not too terribly thrilling, at least early on in this forecast model. you see one system kind of snaps on by its very moisture starved. it may bump the temperatures down ever so slightly into next weekend. we're calling it fairly calm and quiet. although you can see a little surge of moisture is kind of winking at us a little bit. we'll see what happens there. but what's juice ear here as we get into the following week. yeah, they'll be nice that holds together. let's hope into the following week and it looks like a little snow packages coming with it
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as well. 4 zone forecast for your saturday check-in like this. 68 san francisco daly city about 67 checking in at 65 back to the lower 70's off to the bayside peninsula. 68 for burlingame down to the south, lower 70's, palo alto check-in 71 in the south bay. 72 san jose cupertino 71 santa clara milpitas about 70 and lower 70's do it on the east bay shoreline tri valley at about 70. however you get further into the inland areas. we're start to get into the sacramento valley. this temperatures start to push around 80 or so walnut creek at about 7068 for concord and also berkeley 68 67 fairfield 68 for napa and 72 checking in for santa rosa 7 a game plan. here's what we've got going on here. looks like a 70's forecast just about all week long. keeping that sunny. december, first to marking that too, because this is the start of the me. the logical winter, ok, we're still going to have shorter days and getting shorter for the next 3 weeks or so. but temperatures
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hanging in the lower 70's for the mild forecast noel. all right. thanks, dave. >> take a look at this. san francisco firefighters rescued a coyote from drowning in the marina green yesterday. officials say a group of people noticed a coyote in the water and they alerted a nearby firefighter who made a lasso and was able to keep the animal's head above water until rescue crews arrived that coyote was taken to a local veterinary hospital to be treated for hypothermia. it's expected to be okay. crew members named that coyote phoenix. private donors pledged to match $500,000 in contributions for a million dollar expansion at a lake tahoe. wildlife rescue center and it's a big relief for staff and volunteers who say they were hit hard when a bear cub burned in a summer wildfire escaped the lake tahoe wildlife center was order to make repairs by state
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regulators. after that cub named tamarac. we followed his little story tunnel under an electric fence back in august. 2 days later volunteers photographed a cub clinging to a tree in a nearby forest. officials say they were convinced it was the same bear cub and he could fend for himself a center spokesman says the new pledge means the expansion should begin next year. students in the bay area were preparing to return to school for in-person learning this fall further north. some students were worried that their schools with to survive the wildfires that were tearing through their communities. karma dickerson shows us how one nevada county class is expressing gratitude for what was saved and for something new to come. >> i'm for my i show my gratitude every november and things >> audra delay dt just report graders about gratitude and
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grateful for. >> the friends. me. and i share mae >> them this thanksgiving especially this is the lady is finding her nevada county students are picking up that lesson in their own these kids are especially. i'm thankful for everything that they have because it's been a rough couple years in fact, the last time the chicago park elementary students had a normal school year. they were in first grade second and 3rd brought school closures and hybrid. learning this fall promise to return to normal. well. asked normal. but then a week and a half before school started. the river fire began to tear through placer nevada counties. i get really close to my house yeah. i got light next. or on a bus. >> front and the house. a little bit the fire burned over 140 homes and buildings, making it almost to the
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doorstep of chicago park elementary. we didn't know it front down or anything. but the school in part because of efforts like this. >> firefighters dropping fire retardant on the campus a lot of. >> but steph, all over. >> and moving just as quickly to get cleaned up, the school could start on time. they must have just worked around the clock, though not an inch of campus effects of the fire >> play and kind of and the defense because they the red stuff was on it so that we can go on. >> concerned the toxins that contaminated the playground with chips. the school closed off the swing set until the cleanup work to be done. and as it turns out, this campus community has even more to be grateful for this week. i feel then i can finally go on the swings in nevada county karma dickerson. >> the broadway production of a christmas carol premiered here in san francisco. the
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broadway production of the dickens classic has won 5 tony awards. it was adapted by playwright jack thorne, who also adapted harry potter and the cursed child for the stage. the cast includes 7 actors from the bay area, including san francisco, native sam fosse team. he says it was a very emotional to return to the stage after being shut down for months due to the pandemic. >> it. it's it's moving for all parties and the audience and actors as and especially with this story, which is kind of a story of redemption rebirth and renewal. the timing is particularly and that just makes it kind of more emotional for everybody who is involved. >> a christmas carol will run through december 26, stick with us. kron 4 morning news continues after the break.
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best leftovers. 46% off for mashed potatoes and stuffing followed by pumpkin pie a sandwich or casserole. interesting lee. 38% of participants said leftovers shouldn't be eaten at any other time of the year except the holidays. i think you should always eat leftovers. a good turkey sandwiches always really good at the very next day. so now that we know americans love their leftovers. how long is it safe to eat them for experts say cyber monday should be your deadline for most of the refrigerated items. according to the usda, most thanksgiving meals will last for a few days if they're stored properly dishes coming out of the oven like turkey stuffing, casserole mac and cheese as well as refrigerated side like salads and cranberries. should be put in the fridge within 2 hours of serving after that bacteria can start to grow. frozen items will last much longer. those just be sure to freeze any leftovers within 4
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days of your thanksgiving meal see, still got a couple of days before you pop it in the freezer. still ahead here in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news our newsroom is a heartbroken this morning after our security guard has died after he was shot during an attempted robbery earlier this week. we're going to breakdown for you how it all happened. >> in just a few minutes. stick with us. the kron 4 morning news continues after the break.
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>> from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news. >> we have some devastating news to share this morning. kron 4 security guard who was shot in oakland earlier this week has died from his injuries the guard was on assignment with one of our kron 4 news reporters when he was shot kron four's camila barco joins us live from the newsroom this morning with the very latest details. good morning, camila. >> well, in all the kron 4 security guard died at oakland's highland hospital earlier this morning, the guard went into surgery after he was shot on wednesday. he was then taken to the icu where he was said to be in stable condition. however, this morning we're learning he passed away because of a gunshot wound. now the shooting happened just before 1230, wednesday afternoon in oakland. it occurred near the intersection of 14th and
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harrison that's near the 12 street bart station and lake merritt. the armed guard was with one of our kron 4 news reporters. this is video of the scene. they were covering a story in oakland about a recent smash-and-grab break in at a business in the area while they were doing their job. someone attempted to steal our reporters camera equipment. the armed guard was shot in the lower abdomen. our reporter was not physically hurt. now the armed guard was a former police officer and worked for a security company based out of oakland. it is common practice for bay area television stations, including kron. 4 news to send our crews out with security guards while covering stories in the past bay area news stations have been targeted for their camera equipment so far there's no word on a subset suspect description. police are still searching for the person responsible. there is a $32,500 reward for information that leads to an arrest while back to you.
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>> camila again, we are devastated by this and and very heartbroken. many of us have worked with him we're just sending his family so love and prayers this morning. and thank you for the update. and we'll be sure to check in with you again. >> in the next hour. we do again want to just send our condolences to the security guards a family this morning. >> it not something that any of us wanted to be reporting on rightinow. would you want to send it over to dave spahr at this point. want to get you a check of your forecast for this saturday morning. the sun is up it's looking like a good day to go outside. >> it is and it will be for this weekend. good morning. well, good morning, everybody. and temperatures will be sailing in the upper 60's to near about the lower 70's. we don't see much of a change occurring. really all week long as some minor nuance here and there. but really anything. major doesn't get here until the following week. but keeping things as they are
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right now. here's a live shot of what it looks like right now going on the east bay shoreline. lots of blue skies in the background. you can see there a beautiful lit up there in the east bay shoreline. most of the activity will go up and around the high pressure zone. we'll be sprayed by some high cloudiness in there as well. temperatures for you in the 40's for the most part, we see some lower 50's here and there to get along the coast. 52 for san francisco and 50 going on for hayward winds. not much of a factor either allowed some temperatures to fall a little bit. but again, those windshield areas. so expect the drill will be like this. this is sticking around the delta. you'll see upper 60's going on for all and highs near 70. but in some of the valleys pretty inland as you get to the sacramento valley may even see those numbers bounce to near 80 or so as we get into next week as well. we'll take a look at the long-range forecast for you as well. thanks, dave. >> fears of a heavily mutated form of covid-19 and prompted a dozen countries, including the united states to restrict
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travel from 8 african countries where the highly transmissible only kron variant is spreading rapidly marybeth mcdade is bringing us the very latest on those restrictions as well as why this variant is causing so much concern. >> i cautions make sure there are no travel. to and from south over concerns of a new variant discovered in south africa dumped on the kron president joe biden announced he is suspending air travel from 8 south african nations. >> the travel ban goes into effect here in the states on monday but is already in place and the european union and the u k. >> we don't know. a lot the new variant was detected in south africa back on november 11th. >> and has already popped up in botswana, belgium and hong kong. health experts are urging more travel bans to prevent this variant from spreading even further to more
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covid-19 circulates. >> the more opportunities this virus has to change to mutate world health organization held an emergency meeting to determine just how dangerous this new strain is early analysis showed that this right is a large number of mutations. >> that require and book on the goal for the study. it will take a few weeks for us to understand what impact this. ryan has so far they've detected around 50 mutations. >> which doctor anthony fauci says as experts fearing that this new variant may spread faster than others. >> and vaccines may not work against it. once you test it, or not it doesn't does not. - >> they the antibodies that we make. for example, against the virus to a vaccine. several vaccine makers are now testing their shots against on the kron. >> meantime, news of the new variant rattle the stock market. >> the dow closed down 905 points. but this new variant.
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>> out of south africa is clearly scaring a lot of them and is. >> making investors fearful that the economic progress that much of globe has made its going to dissipate. >> the cdc did release a statement on the new covid variant. it reads in part, the cdc is continuously monitoring variants and the u.s. variant surveillance system has reliably detected new variants in this country. we do expect on the kron to be identified quickly. if it does emerge in the united states. vaccine. maker moderna says its working rapidly to test its covid vaccine against the new on the kron variant. in a statement it said in part, the recently described variant includes mutations seen in the delta variant that are believed to increase transmissible a t and mutations seen in the beta and delta variants but are believed to promote immune escape the combination of mutations represents a significant potential risk to accelerate the waning of
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natural and vaccine induced immunity. now some local health experts say they disagree with the travel ban, arguing it's not the most effective way to contain this new variant. >> it may help a little bit in terms of slowing the emergence of the virus around the globe. but it's not going to stop it. the need at least 75% vaccination rate worldwide. >> to stop it. and so this just proves it is going to push us towards getting better vaccine. equity. >> president biden does note the united states has donated the most covid vaccines of any country in the world. he is urging other nations to step up their donations despite the new travel restrictions. americans will still be allowed to return to united states. they just have to test negative before boarding their flight home. meanwhile, the fda says an experimental pill to treat mild to moderate cases of covid-19 is effective, but more input is
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needed. the agency posted its analysis of the pill yesterday ahead of a public meeting that's scheduled for next week. that's what outside experts will give their opinions over the pills safety. there are concerns about potential side effects in pregnant women and possible birth defects as well. the fda did note the pill's maker merck did not collect as much safety data on the medication as it did for other covid-19 treatments. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news, the recent smash-and-grab robberies are not stopping shoppers from getting out there and snagging those deals. we're taking a look at how officials are keeping people safe this holiday people safe this holiday weekend. 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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>> 8.11 welcome back on this saturday morning. chp is out in full force this weekend looking for dangerous drivers. taking a live look there at the san mateo bridge this morning. the agency kicked off its holiday maximum enforcement period on wednesday all available chp officers are on patrol until sunday at midnight. they're monitoring for seat belt violations. speeding distracted driving and signs of dui. if you do have plans this weekend around the bay area. you will not be alone getting around town. according to aaa, the best time to hit the road is today and sunday
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before noon at the worst times today to drive will be between 02:07pm. and then on sunday, worst times to drive will be between one and 07:00pm. a lot of people traveling back into the bay. of course they're returning from that 4 day weekend. >> the christmas tree at san francisco's gear. delhi square was lit up for shoppers getting in the christmas spirit this weekend. take a look. >> it's always decorated so beautifully over there. the tree lighting was part of the holiday marketplace and christmas treat stroll shops were open are displaying their work. >> for people to buy for the holidays. visitors we talked to say it felt good to get together this year. >> feels like we're part of the community like the greater bay area community. and i think that's really important, especially as go through these difficult times and i like it. so festive right now i feel like with covid. we haven't had a chance smell the trees. right. look at the line for
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this is just a really great time to kind of you warm and >> santa was also there to take pictures at the tree in the upper plaza. people looking like they really enjoyed that they need to be on a talk show or podcast they're really excited attention shoppers. hey, that's what's going on today, ok, so we have a beautiful forecast to go along with that as well. >> here's a little glimpse of what you can expect today get those temperatures shooting up the upper 60 some lower 70's blue skies. plenty of that, too, will take a look at your too, will take a look at your forecast around the bendrn abou9 the more questions and worries we have. calhope can help with free covid-19 emotional support. call 833-317-4673 or live chat at calhope.org today. frequent heartburn? not anymore. the prilosec otc two-week challenge calhope can help with free covid-19 emotional support. is helping people love what they love again. just one pill a day. 24 hours. zero heartburn. because life starts when heartburn stops. take the challenge at prilosecotc dot com.
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♪building castles in the sky♪ >> welcome back here to the kron 4 morning news at 8.15. it's time for another check of our weather forecast even if you just are waking up and kind of rubbing your eyes this morning. open up the windows because it's absolutely gorgeous out there. dave mother nature has really helped us out this morning. that's right. get the sandman stuff out of your eyes because we have beautiful sunshine here's us a shot of the golden gate bridge. kind of a little far. as you'll notice nice clear shadows of the work. >> a little bit of the way some high cloudiness will contend with over the weekend and early next week. but those temperatures look to be pretty inviting at that storm tracks ends everything to the north complements overdose of high pressure. it's pretty much going to be calling most of the shots for this week ahead. there is a weak system expected early in the week. however, it is very moisture. starved will go through. generally speaking without much incidents at all temperature check. we've got the 40's that piece of real estate up in the north bay here 48 for oakland 51 san
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francisco and inland. we still a little chilly. there are now livermore in concord in the mid 40's 50 going on for any arc. so really for the next 48 hours ahead. we'll be sprayed by some high cloudiness at times through all of this sometimes known in the trade as a dirty high. but for the most part, been keeping most of the activity away from us just about all week long. so for this weekend it's sunny and nice upper 60's, lower. 70's persistence, sunny and 70 ish will cover it. however, a little warmer and the central valley and then for next weekend it looks dry and mild. now we might see a little bit of spring. some cloud cover in the long range forecast models. but nothing is really juicy into the early following week. here we expect those temperatures still hold at around 70. so get a load of this today. more this to come. 68 san francisco. we do about 74 oakland, 72 san jose and we see plenty of 70's on the board to know we're going to revisit this in the 4 zone forecast. and check out that extended and just a bit. noel, thanks, dave.
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>> well, they were not able to be with family and friends this thanksgiving. but the astronauts aboard the international space station say they still have a lot to be thankful for. >> for me. thanksgiving has always been about spending time with people i love the most kind of just focusing on family and friends and and being together. and what we're grateful for. >> as a typically our family thanksgiving will do a thing where we go around the table and say what we're what we're thankful or grateful for. so probably call in and do that remotely. >> astronauts will dine on freeze dried turkey crab bisque, candied yams potatoes and blueberry cobbler. unlike on earth were preparing thanksgiving dinner can be a bit stressful. all they had to do was add water to their little packets of food. there. back here on earth. despite recent smash-and-grabs in the covid-19 pandemic shoppers are flocking to san francisco's union square this weekend. the start of the holiday shopping season is also seeing a bigger
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police presence and the city's popular shopping district, black friday. shoppers told kron four's dan thorn, the heightened sfpd presence was a welcome sight. >> among the thousands of black friday shoppers making their way through union square cops could be found on nearly every corner. if you're a criminal, you don't want to come. san francisco police are out in full force as the sidewalks in stores have been taken over by people eager to score a deal. the police presence comes after smash-and-grabs have terrorized bay area shopping centers. the visibility of police has been comforting. it makes you feel safer walking around what's going on in world today. yeah. a lot safer. this is the biggest police presence i've ever seen. the pandemic took a lot of the air out of last year's black friday excitement. many stores decided to close on thanksgiving day and capacity was very limited inside to allow for physical distancing this year. it was much different. there's a lot more people out right now.
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hopefully the mask kind that we're all out here trying to get the same deals, get shopping done. early peek at the big crowds might make it challenging for everyone to get what they're looking for. >> but the experience of once again getting out and about in the heart of the city's shopping district is worth it for many. this is what i miss after the last year. i love it. reporting in san francisco. dan thorn. >> kron 4 news. >> a number of local stores might see a large crowd of shoppers for small business saturday today, a survey by lendingtree shows nearly half of americans are planning to shop at small businesses. this weekend. 63 1% of consumers say the pandemic strengthen their loyalty to small businesses experts estimate more than 20 billion 1 1 billion dollars. excuse me, will be spent nationwide today. the holiday shopping season of course, is here. millions of people are going to be buying their gifts online as well. but then they're going to return their items, bought online and that
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can sometimes be difficult. rich demuro takes a look at a web site that's looking to make returning those items a little bit 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 be time consuming. thi 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. a startup making the 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 hebsite. you bought the item
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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 back in 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 so ago. now 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 the cost for this convenience. 6 $1 per pickup or $15 a month for unlimited in the future of return mates hopes more websites might include their service returns are inherently
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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. >> stick with us calmer morning news continues after the break.
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of many tribes including alone. each tribe several celebrated native american heritage day all week long and we have highlighted local efforts by indigenous people to preserve their languages and their cuisine. kron four's, ella sogomonian introduces us to a chef in the east bay whose preserving native ways of preparing food. >> local chef crystal celebrated the grand opening of her restaurant walk kitchen in oakland just in time foe native american heritage month. her ancestors are from the kickapoo nation of oklahoma, but she was raised in the east bay. she incorporates california native produce in recipes like bison blue corn meatballs salmon salad stops with berries and a kick chilly. her goal is to preserve her culture in this indigenous space. that is welcome to everyone and her inspiration is community and family. i grew up in the inner tribal friendship house. and that's where. >> it's located here in
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oakland and that some were a lot of different tribes celebrate their cultural and foods and things like that. but i must say the most is my grandma. there's in my and keys. it was tellis day it's a family tradition that how we harvest corn, how we could get just for birthdays are how it could just for any holiday or even just a gathering and that's something that is very cultural traditional into our family. so i love hartenstein native foods. >> chef takes pride in passing down these recipes from previous generations and says it brings her joy to see people from all walks of life come through that door. but especially when she sees her elders who say they never thought they would see a business like this open in their lifetime. she also hopes the native american children who end up trying the food are inspired to embrace their heritage in oakland. ella sogomonian kron 4 news.
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wife 2 children and 3 grandchildren. he worked as an armed guard for star protection agency and as a former police officer, he has worked with many of us over the years and he took his job very seriously. kevin was always vigilant while out on assignment and his passing is simply devastating for our newsroom to hear the shooting happened just before 1230, wednesday afternoon near the intersection of 14th and harrison streets. that's near the 12th street bart station and lake merritt. our reporter was covering a story there about the recent smash and grab raid. ken at a business oakland. police say as they were standing in front of that business. someone attempted to steal our reporters camera equipment. >> our guard kevin was shot in the lower abdomen. our reporter was physically not injured. now kevin went into surgery after he was shot. he was then taken into the icu
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where he was said to be in stable condition for the last couple of days. but unfortunately he succumbed to his injuries very early this morning. so far. there's no word on a suspect description. police are still searching for the gunman responsible and there is a reward now for 32,000, $500 for any information that may lead to an arrest. again, we're sending our deepest condolences to kevin family this morning. we do want to get you a check of your forecast before you head out the door. dave spahr is in the weather center has the very latest today. >> okay. good morning. well, good morning, everybody. and were greeted with a lot of blue skies that are going on. it might be paying a little bit by height. some high cloudiness compliments of our high pressure zone that's keeping the storm track to the north and expect temperatures to be pretty mild for this time of year. that means upper 60's to lower 70's over most of the district. it looks like. yeah. here's a live shot of what it looks like from the east bay shoreline. again with that bluetskies noting some of that high cloudiness that i spoke up storm track well, north of us and we don't see a
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really noticeable change that all week long. we'll get get one week system early in the week. it's not really until the following week that things start to change a 50 for hayward at this hour in antioch, 44 of tri valley and plenty of 40's up in the north bay all 30's at dawn today. so 64 so by noon to 3 o'clock 66 again, some areas visiting into the lower 70's. we'll have more in your 4 zone forecast and take a look at that extended as well. know. thanks, dave. >> on the peninsula this morning. belmont police are searching for this man. he was caught on camera in the backyard of someone's home. and as kron four's. gayle ong reports, police believe the suspect is connected to other burglaries in that area. >> belmont police are looking for this man. home security cameras captured his photo seen in someone's backyard in the area of casa bone avenue and corona at boulevard tuesday around 1215, in the afternoon. a neighbor didn't want to show her face. but
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explained what happened when she got home the neighbors asked me to go check on the house because the alarm was going off and i. come to find out the guy that was sitting in front of my house was the one waiting to pick up the guys and broke into their house and get away. the neighbor says the suspect took off with laptops and remembered seeing a light colored vehicle outside her home. police released a photo of a vehicle of interest, a silver 2021 jeep compass with a california license plate number. rv, the 3, 5, 2 police believe the suspect is connected to other burglaries in the area and are asking residents to review security cameras for any suspicious activity. longtime residents say they will be paying close attention. we have the ring camera and then we always try to leave a light on our cars and our driveway. but i mean, this is a safe neighborhood. it seems really scary. we've got a little kid. so. >> 7 early worried about. so what can i do? you know, i don't go anywhere. >> and to pay attention and i watch out. that's all i can
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do. my home has a security system. i homeowner. >> which i haven't bothered to conduct it. i'm definitely going to go ahead and do that. and the belmont police department is reminding the community that that's and burglaries are common around the holidays. >> and to take extra precaution. securing your homes vehicles and valuables reporting from belmont. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> gilroy police say they are investigating a drive-by shooting that left a man dead. it happened wednesday around 06:00pm in the area of leaves lee road and monterey street police say 2 people were sitting in a car when they were both shot by a passing vehicle officers and paramedics quickly arrived on scene. but police say despite their efforts. one of those victims did die. he's been identified only as a 43 year-old man from sacramento. the other victim was taken to a hospital and is expected to recover. we'll go fund me has
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closed a fundraising page for the man charged with killing 6 people at a christmas parade in waukesha, wisconsin. darrell brooks faces 5 counts of first-degree intentional homicide after his suv sped through the parade route last sunday. supporters hope to raise his 5 million dollars bail. but published reports a go fund me closed that campaign for violating its terms of service. the company does not allow fundraisers for people accused of violent crimes. laundrie's parents have discovered a handgun was missing when they voluntarily surrendered their firearms to law enforcement the same day they informed authorities that their son was missing. that's according to the family's attorney, the laundries owned 6 weapons but only surrendered 5 of them to police. the family's attorney also said the laundries cannot confirm whether brian was armed with one of their guns. and when asked why information about the missing gun was not publicly shared the attorney
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>> 39 on this saturday morning in green bay, packers quarterback aaron rodgers. >> has a fractured pinkie toe, not covid toe. >> rogers made headlines again after clearing up that issue that has bothered him since he returned from his 10 day quarantine earlier this month keely the sun has the story. >> i never covid is over for him. no lesions on my feet. green bay packers quarterback aaron rodgers attempting to set the record straight saying he does not have covid toe rather a toe fracture. the story was reported after rogers received a positive covid-19 test and this roger seen aired on pass a show so good. and just a few and didn't have any lingering other than the covid so rodgers also made headlines when he was asked in august, 26 media session, whether he had been vaccinated are you vaccinated what your stance.
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yeah, i've been immunized. it turns out rogers wasn't vaccinated. however sought alternative treatments, rogers claims he's allergic to an ingredient in the moderna and pfizer vaccines and was concerned about reports of adverse effects from the johnson and johnson vaccine. he later apologized for being misleading. i misled some people about my status, which i take full responsibility of. >> those comments. i'm you know, some sort of anti-vax latter 3rd. and somebody is critical thinker. the nfl fined the green bay packers $300,000 in 2 of the team's players, including rogers nearly $15,000 for violating protocols. >> a handful of household names have also tested positive in recent weeks, including steelers quarterback ben roethlisberger and chargers defensive end joey bosa. the league is now urging clubs to offer drive-thru testing for players and staff
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members, family and friends visiting for thanksgiving, noting that all players coaches, trainers and others associated with team operations must be tested the monday and wednesday following the holiday. >> that was keely be sun reporting for us. dave. >> plenty of sunshine and get used to it. not just this weekend but into next week as well. a little sample of what high temperatures are forecast to the upper 60's lower 70's at that. we'll take a look at that. 4 zone forecast and the extended when we come right extended when we come right back here. 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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>> welcome back. 8.45 on the dot this saturday morning. it is the perfect today. if you're trying to go out there get your christmas tree, which should do because there's a shortage as you're trying to go visit some small businesses for small business saturday. it is definitely the morning and day to do it to bring your sun glasses on dave. >> really pretty much everywhere. this is diamond peak send you up tahoe area. lots of sunshine going on there. in fact, temperatures are going to be very mild as well. we're not obviously adding to the account up there. so almost like a spring-like forecast as we got going on, be patient. thougha things will be changing upstream a little bit of so we hope into the following week that forecast, by the way, get those numbers approaching
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about 60 or so this causes some melting and sometimes re freezing overnight a little bit on area roadways potentially going on there. the other side issue as we lose a little bit of our water account up there. and also for hydroelectric power to to the mel tucker, more on the seasons. but here's what's going on in our pattern here. we have the high pressure zone in our backyard. so it's going to be warm. this is good repel most activity that's going to stay to the north will be sprayed by little in the way some high cloudiness at times. but on balance, we're talking mostly, sunny. here's how it looks like on the satellite. the radar picture again outside some high cloudiness. there's a weak storm system or weak system, rather into early next week. that will kind of traverse across the high. but on balance again, we'll call it mostly sunny and temperatures are really not going to do too much. upper 40's lower 50's us how we call it right now for temperatures 50 for the bottle. 44 santa rosa. those guys. you guys were in the 30's last hour off to the east bay. we have some 40's and 51 on for around antioch. so in the long range forecast, again, not much
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front breaks up my backyard. there you can see mid week. and then finally little plume of some moisture from the south start still give us the big guy into next weekend. but on we'll call that kind of mostly sunny still for right now. we'll see if we have to amend that, though. and there comes an ai system early into the following week. maybe bringing us some rain, more mountain snows. we'll see these things can sometimes tease as we get that far out. 4 zone forecast for your saturday. 68 san francisco, even the mid 60's along the coast not passed. got upper 60's going to lower 70's as we head out of the southern end of the peninsula. redwood city about 71 also for palo alto in the south bay 72 for san jose. also cupertino 71 santa clara around 70 for the east bay shoreline 70 for tri valley walnut creek and 7068 for berkeley. les, what 68 as well. 68 going on for napa in santa rosa 72 persistence forecast is what we have this week long, sunny skies all the
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way december 1st, by the way, is the immunological start of winter and the first day of hanukkah begins sundown and sunday. well, thanks, dan. >> a little girl with a degenerative disease has a very special christmas wish one, she hopes we'll come true in order to help her and her grandmother, melanie townsend sat down with them in their home in sacramento to find out how the community can show them support. >> tar. jane nelson is a unique kind of 8 year-old who loves doing handstands on the trampoline case. rainbow creating abstract pieces of art. it has her heart set on a certain professions. >> we had your view 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
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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 had ta. i am. they i can't wait walking running and do any of that. climbing up on around ernie's insta. >> shriners 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 was here. >> and i have put in it it kk
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that went 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 chair in is it kind shot but i knew that she wanted them because ali my back hurts my and so you know, i say will outside of himself. at this time it is that, you know, it's say i feel great. they too, these wedding. it for things mind >> while tar. she has many thing. 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 to and bigger it. >> hope santa gets, though, for that was melanie townsend
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reporting for us. a go-fund me has been set up to help the family get that van. so far they've raised more than $2000. hopefully they'll be able to get that for her. gets a boyfriend and a new christmas commercial by norway's postal service. the ad captures a love story between saint nick and a man named terry as they need up in harry's living room. each christmas eve. it's a twist on the classic christmas, carol. i saw mommy kissing santa claus and actually celebrates 50 years since norway decriminalize same relationships. the video has captured attention worldwide garnering over a million views since its release on monday. the 90th annual california state capitol tree lighting ceremony is set for next thursday. governor gavin newsome and first partner jennifer seibel newsome will be hosting that celebration starting at 5.30, in the
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evening. oakland interfaith gospel choir and the san francisco men's chorus are among this year's performers. a 6 year-old hadiya esma from dublin. what has been selected to light the capitol tree with the governor and first partner. but tall menorah is going to be lit up tomorrow at union square celebrating the first day of hanukkah that event is going to start at 02:00pm and then the menorah will be lit at around 4.45 in the in the evening of the event is free. it will include craft activities for kids in attendance. the first large menorah did go up in union square back in 1975 the lighting events for hanukkah. the jewish festival of lights will continue through december 5th. stick with us. kron 4 morning news continues right after the break.
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to learn more about cost, thanksgiving dinner has the reputation for being the meal where you go. overboard on the turkey and sides. but it turns out most americans like eating the leftovers even more recent survey found 62% believe turkey makes the best leftovers. i'm sure not the only one having turkey sandwiches for days afterwards. 46% off for mashed potatoes and stuffing followed by pumpkin pie a sandwich or casserole. interestingly, 38% of participants said leftovers should not be eaten at any other time of the year except
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for the holidays. i'm a big leftovers person. that's white them all the time. but go ahead and indulge over the next couple of days here. only 3 letters makeup collins dictionary's word of the year. the winner and ft. the words actually an abbreviation that stands for non-fungible token collins defines it as a unique digital certificate used to record ownership of an asset. the dictionary's list of top words for 2021 is very gen. z heavy other words include metaverse crypto shoot the which i still don't understand what that means. and regency core. i also don't know the meaning of that one. but i doubt i'll ever use it again after the >> a new study finds the average driver touches their face about 26 times. every hour. researchers in the uk say all that touching could be spreading tons of germs and infections. the team studied 31 hours of video from driving
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studies and found each touch last about 4 seconds drivers touch their face about 80% of the time. their hair 10% and their neck. about 8% of the time while behind the wheel. almost half of the touches included sensitive areas like your eyes and lips. researchers say the studies a good reminder to go ahead and keep your hands clean and member. very beginning of the pandemic. it was do not touch your face. obviously that still is something we want to keep the starting to not do. still ahead here in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news. our team devastated this morning. one of our security guards has died after he was shot during an attempted robbery earlier this week. >> we his identity and more on what happened coming up in a live report. stick with us. kron 4 morning news continues after the break.
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>> from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news. >> devastating and heartbreaking news from us this morning. kron four's security guard who was shot in oakland earlier this week has died from his injuries. the guard was on assignment with one of our kron 4 news reporters at the time. kron four's camila barco is joining us live from the newsroom with the latest details this
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morning. camila. >> one. oh, well, the kron 4 security guard is kevin initiate a he died at oakland's highland hospital earlier this morning went into surgery after being shot on wednesday while on the job. doctors then took him to the icu where he was said to be in stable condition. however, this morning we're learning he passed away because of a gunshot wound. now, this is a picture of him. he wasn't armed guard. first, our protection agency based out of oakland. he was also a former police officer. she leaves behind a wife, 2 children and 3 grandchildren now the shooting happened just before 1230, wednesday afternoon and oakland near the intersection of 14th and harrison that's near the 12 street bart station and lake merritt. she was one of our kron 4 news reporters. they were covering the story in oakland about a recent smash-and-grab break-in at a business in the area. >> while they were doing their job. someone attempted to
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steal our reporters camera equipment our garden. was shot in the lower abdomen. our reporter was not physically hurt. he went into surgery, but he died this morning. now it is common practice for bay area television stations including kron. 4 news to send our crews out with security guards while covering stories in the past bay area news stations have been targeted for their camera equipment. now as of this morning, there's no word on a suspect description. police are still searching for the person responsible. >> if you happen to know any information, call oakland police. there is a $32,500 reward for information that leads to an arrest noel back camilla. thank you for that live report again. our condolences and our hearts are going out to. >> kevin's family and friends. a lot of us worked with him, knew him very well. he was very vigilant on the job
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always. and again was always a great protector for us. so. again, it is a hard morning for us here at kron 4 and for his family and friends for short. dave, we do want to get a check of our forecast now, at this point. >> okay. good morning. well, good morning, everybody. and sunshine will prevail. this weekend into next weekend. next week, you know, those temperatures going pretty nice job to upper 60's lower. 70's will be pretty much the rule going on and not much intrusion from winds. some high cloudiness a during the next 48 hour time period are worried even into early next worried even into early next week. our shot from the east good there. there's the blue skies off towards the distance and most of the storm track staying north complements of this high pressure zone. there is a weak disturbance a drop south that may bring some more cloud cover for us early into the week. but it's not going to do much temperature wise for still a cool 49 to santa rosa, most readings around the perimeter of the bay are already in the 50's. 49 for concord. 49 also for fremont
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winds very inactive, single digits to calm as what have right now and expect those 60's to prevail. upper 60's at that this afternoon and even lower 70's to around the sacramento valley temperatures may spike a little closer to 80 when we get all this heating going on coming up in a bit. we'll take a look at that forecast. both near and far. well. thanks, dave. >> fears of a heavily mutated form of covid-19 have prompted a dozen countries, including the united states to restrict travel from 8 african countries. the highly micron variant is spreading rapidly. there. mary beth mcdade brings us the very latest on those restrictions as well as why this variant is causing so much concern. >> i decided cautions make sure there are no travel. to and from south over concerns of a new variant discovered in south africa dumped on the kron president joe biden announced he is suspending care travel from 8 south
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african nations. >> the travel ban goes into effect here in the states on monday but is already in place and the european union and the u k. >> we don't know. a lot the new variant was detected in south africa back on november 11th. >> and is already popped up in botswana, belgium and hong kong. health experts are urging more travel bans to prevent this variant from spreading even further to more covid-19 circulates. >> the more opportunities this virus has to change to mutate world health organization held an emergency meeting to determine just how dangerous this new strain is early analysis showed that this right is a large number of mutations. >> that require and book and the goal for the study. it will take a few weeks for us to understand what impact this. ryan has so far they've detected around 50 mutations.
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>> which doctor anthony fauci says as experts fearing that this new variant may spread faster than others. >> and vaccines may not work against it. once you test it, you'll know for sure whether or not it doesn't does not. >> they the antibodies that we make. for example, against the virus to a vaccine. several vaccine makers are now testing their shots against on the kron. >> meantime, news of the new variant rattle the stock market. >> the dow closed down 905 points. but this new variant. >> at a south afric. is clearly scaring a lot of them and is making investors fearful that the economic progress that much of globe has made its going to dissipate >> developing news out of the south bay this morning, san jose. police say a second man was shot last night in campbell, while high school football game was going on that shooting happening in the west, not high school parking lot before 09:00pm last night
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we told you one man was shot and was suffering non-life-threatening injuries. now police say another man was also shot and takengto the hospital. they say their injuries are non-life-threatening as well. police say they do not have a motive for this shooting or a suspect in custody at this time. the football game was between sarah high school and saint francis high school for the division. one championship. coming up here on the kron 00:00am morning news honoring the 9 lives lost in a mass shooting at the vta railyard. what's being done to support the family members of those victims. >> especially as the holidays approach. plus the recent smash-and-grabs in the covid-19 pandemic are not stopping shoppers getting out there and hitting up the store's. we've got a little bit more detail. how officials are keeping everyone safe. this holiday shopping season. stick with us. we'll be right back.
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>> welcome back to people are hospitalized this morning with major injuries after their car slammed into a tree in palo alto. police say the vehicle was getting away from an illegal sideshow that involved at least 4 vehicles. that sideshow happened thursday night at the east end of embarcadero road near the palo alto baylands nature preserve officers say when police activated their lights are red chevy camaro sped off before then crashing into a tree. both the driver and his passenger were seriously
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injured. police say neither of them were wearing a seatbelt and a dog was inside the vehicle that dog sustained major injuries and had to be put down. it was a big police presence at the gilroy premium outlets for black friday and that included officers on horseback. one shopper tells us he saw security at home depot actually chase a man as he fled the store with a. >> shopping cart full of merchandise. it's unclear if they have are caught that man apart from that isolated incident. most of the shoppers we spoke to said they were not concerned about the recent rise in retail crime. >> i do. you i was okay and thinking about it now. more like i just want to go home because it's so the line surprise you. >> and yeah, because it wasn't like this last year. i mean, i get because covid everybody was indoors. >> a cyber monday is looking more and more inviting. here's a look at what our temperatures look like as we
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get into afternoon upper 60's. we expect mostly sunny skies today. tomorrow and even next week can take a look at forecast a bit. keep it here.
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>> welcome back. it is 9.14 on this saturday. after thanksgiving, a k a we only
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have i think it's 25 days left before christmas that maybe not 25. >> i'm bad at maps kind of weekends to right why even here? i'm gonna say 28, is that kits that just count. the actual day. here to yeah. i thought someone said 26 yesterday to me. but that didn't sound right. then. i don't know why they might have a trial under the u.s.. yeah, right. the sooner the better. and in my but i'm hoping we get a little bit of snow. rain really, you know not so much this week coming up and maybe the following week we have from precipitation will look at that longer range forecast in a bit. hopefully we'll get something out of that. >> blue skies in the south bay. also happening. there's the golden gate bridge there as well. so we're off to a nice start with all of that beautiful sunshine at work as well through all the weekend. our storm track is sent up to the north of us. that's right. riding up around the high
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pressure cell. we do expect a weak system to trapeze on through its really like to do much of anything going to be some cloud cover our way. not going too much for our temperatures as they stay in the 70's. 55 oakland. 49 santa rosa also concord 48 for a little more in 53. meanwhile, 4 antioch a future cast for over the period again. sometimes they call this a dirty high with some of the high cloudiness over head. we're seeing a little bit that's over camera shots right now. so as an addendum, just a note. next, 48 hours might see some of that here getting into next week. it's more of business as usual. there's some high cloudiness. i spoke of their son for the weekend. sunny and nice basically upper 60's lower 70's at work here for the week ahead. persistence sunny and 70 ish will cover the balance of the weekend for next weekend dry and mild. there is a system that does kind of throw in some moisture our way were some potential cloud cover. doesn't look very exciting for precipitation, but maybe some cloud cover potential next weekend. temps will still hold are about 70 and it's the following week things start to
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look interesting on that front will show you that coming up later, 68 san francisco, 70 for open 72. meanwhile, for san jose. and the temperature board here we see lower 70's hovering the east bay shoreline a lot of upper 60's, even inland. however you get to the sacramento valley, those numbers start punching up to the upper 70's as well. we'll have your 4 zone forecast and that extended coming up. and just a bit. well, thanks, dave. >> christmas tree farmers are dealing with higher prices and christmas tree shortage. is this holiday season, lauren leighton have a little bit more on how they're handling this nationwide problem. christmas trees. the latest item to fall victim to a nationwide shortage harder to get and more expensive to buy last year's all surgeon christmas tree purchases, leaving farmers all over the country. oversell supply that takes anywhere from 4 to 10 years to grow. combin% that with the year of unpredictable weather for cultivating supply shrinks. i would say this year we're probably only going to sell about 30 to 40% of our sales from our farm itself.
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and the will be coming in from the trees and wisconsin trim a tree farm in athens is used to bringing in at least some non native trees to pad their stop. >> but manager sam george says ongoing supply chain issues mean getting the trees here this year comes at a price or cost has gone up. >> through the roof. one of the major price increases coming from the labor and the shipping. obviously with fuel prices are shipping has gone through the roof and then also the fact that, you know, everybody's really just having to pay a lot more to get the labor. there's of major labor shortage right now. george says they're doing what they can to keep costs down for customers and they're grateful to be one of the farms. it's actually getting their full order. phil. >> even if it is more but we're trying to keep our price increase under 20% because. >> we know that a lot of other outlets are having to go up 3040, even 50%. even with that 20% hike. george says the farm will still in the season with a loss, but he says trim a tree isn't always about profit
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especially during a year like this one. and we want everybody to have an affordable >> you know, obviously the one of the major things with christmas is a christmas tree. so we're trying to keep it where everybody can not have access to what he says he expects this year to be even busier than last. and even then they sold out of their supply in just one single week in athens lauren leighton news 19. >> now despite recent smash-and-grabs in the covid-19 pandemic. shoppers are still flocking to san francisco's union square. the start of the holiday shopping season is also seeing a bigger police presence there. it's one of the cities most popular shopping districts. black friday, shoppers told kron four's danlthorn, the heightened sfpd presence was a welcome sight. >> among the thousands of black friday shoppers making their way through union square cops could be found on nearly every corner. if you're a criminal, you don't want to come. san francisco police are out in full force as the sidewalks in stores have been taken over by people eager to score a deal. the police presence comes after
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smash-and-grabs have terrorized bay area shopping centers. the visibility of police has been comforting. it makes you feel safer walking around. what's going on in world today. yeah. a lot safer. this is the biggest police presence i've ever seen. the pandemic took a lot of the air out of last year's black friday excitement. many stores decided to close on thanksgiving day and capacity was very limited inside to allow for physical distancing this year. it was much different. there's a lot more people out right now. it's hopefully mask. that we're all out here trying to get the same deals, get shopping done early peek at the big crowds might make it challenging for everyone to get what they're looking for. but the experience of once again getting out and about in the heart of the city's shopping district is worth it for many. this is what i miss after the last year. i love it. reporting in san francisco. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> a number of local stores might see a large crowd of
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shoppers for small business saturday. now today a survey by lendingtree says nearly half half of americans are planning to shop at small businesses this weekend. 63% of consumers say the pandemic strengthens their loyalty to small businesses experts estimate more than 20 billion dollars is going to be spent nationwide today. so if you are thinking of a shopping today. get out there to beautiful day to do so. and patronize your small businesses. stick with for morning news continues right after the break. well, if
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shopping isn't for you this weekend. there are a few new movies in theaters. dean richards taking a look at the ones you might want to see. >> i have really show my life. it is an empire. you can have the family which is excites and everybody knows it currently stuck to 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. it's a true story of colossal wealth and excess in power. the twists and turns like a 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 liked about. house of gucci. it's a nighttime drama of the highest order only it really happened.
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lady gaga is back on the big screen and it playing a middle class social climber. it's a nerdy 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 of al pacino's jared leto, some hiking. jeremy irons it's and sometimes messy and reminded me of watching 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.
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it's a magical story of a family that possess magical powers all except young mirabal believes her family's powers are waning. so she goes on a quest to find them in condo 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. and 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 pharmaceutical company when zombie evil is unleashed from below the surface. hope you have a great holiday weekend in chicago. i'm dean richards. >> still ahead here on the kron 00:00am morning news many geared up for the snow this season. but they were let down when several resorts did not open due to a lack of snow.
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but we do have images from at least one resort that didn't disappoint. we've got those details coming up after the break.
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>> breaking news this morning. heartbreaking for us here at kron. 4 news, one of our security guards who was shot in oakland earlier this week has died from his injuries at
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the time the guard was on assignment with one of our kron 4 news reporters. his name is kevin nishida. he leaves behind a wife, 2 children and 3 grandchildren. he worked as an armed guard for star protection agency and he is a former police officer he previously worked for several different agencies here in the bay area including the oakland housing authority. the san jose police department hayward police department and coma. police department. he's worked with many of us over the years he took his job very seriously. he was always vigilant while out on assignment with us and his passing is simply heartbreaking for us here at kron 4 as well as his family and friends. the alameda county sheriff's office just tweeted out this morning saying they're mourning the loss issued up the sheriff's office says they escorted his body from the hospital with full law enforcement honors this morning. they called his murder senseless and say he's
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served the bay area honorably. the shooting did happened just before 1230. wednesday afternoon near the intersection of 14th and harrison streets. that's right near the 12th street bart station and lake merritt. our reporter was covering a story there about a smash-and-grab break at a business in that area. oakland police say as they were standing in front of that business. someone attempted to steal our reporters camera equipment, our guard kevin was shot in the lower abdomen. our reporter was not physically hurt. kevin went into surgery after he was shot and he was then taken to the icu where he was said to be in stable condition over the last couple of days. but unfortunately he did succumb to his injuries very early this morning. so far no word on a suspect description and all of this police are still searching for the gunman responsible. there is a reward for $32,500 for any information that leads to an arrest. and again, the kron
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4 news family is sending our deepest condolences and prayers to kevin's family and friends this morning. it's time to get a check of our forecast. dave spahr is in the weather center. he has details for us. i didn't. >> okay. good morning. well, good morning, everybody. and lots of blue skies that we're going to have both today and tomorrow and into next week as well. just a little high cloudiness going on there and temperatures pretty mild to the period as well. we're talking upper 60's, lower 70's covering most of the bay area. a live shot coming in to the east bay shows these bay shoreline all lit up or nicely. the sun joins they're out. no. this is some sort san jose state and other again. see the high cloudiness off towards the distance. this sends a storm track up and around us. complements of high pressure now with some of the high cloudiness times we sometimes called it dirty high, meaning that that's why some high cloudiness is there. but on balance should be mostly sunny mid-fifties to check in the east bay shoreline. for now, 49 at the santa rosa 54 san francisco and 53 for antioch. the
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breakdown for you today. a sense these numbers into the mid to upper 60's. that's really for the delta. however, in many areas of the east bay. we'll see numbers approach the lower 70's and maybe even approach near 80 when you get off towards the sacramento valley coming up a little bit. we'll take a look at the longer range forecast models for you and also take a look at the seven-day too. well. >> it is ski season technically up in the sierras. but this year and hot. every resort is opening its slopes for the holiday weekend. several of the resorts have had to push back their opening days due to warmer weather and those dry conditions that we've been seeing. but at least one tahoe area resort is welcoming guests back gurajpal sangha is taking us to bari out this morning. >> it's a timeless traditions. that continues. had left or without mother nature going to come in and but it's here.
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hundreds of skiers snowboarders took advantage of the opportunity on this black friday shred the floor. >> the snow is not as hard as i thought it would be. >> and this isn't the real stuff. a lot of resorts like boreal starting making manmade snow, especially earlier this week at the temperatures were favorable. you rather have something than anything is better than nothing. yesterday. >> oreo whose work hard work, making this winter wonderland come to life again. the resort opened a few weeks ago after the historic bomb cyclones but were forced to close due to warm temperatures. with the portion of them out in open. you know, it's fake it's pretty nice, you know, to get some practice. people of all ages soaked in the fun in no masks, no social distancing everything starting to feel normal again. and the next
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step it snowballs into good time start year now just pray for snow. >> that was gurajpal sangha reporting for us. >> palisades tahoe is also open this weekend. but not fully not sure if you can totally see in this video. there is snow around the resort right now. but there's a lot of us grassy areas with nothing. on top of that as well. so it's going to take some time the entire area sees more snow. so we're going to have to be patient here for all of our winter sports means. back here in the bay area on the peninsula. belmont police are searching for this man after he was caught on camera in the back yard of someone's home as kron four's. gayle ong reports, police actually believe that that suspect it's connected to other burglaries in the area. belmont police are looking for this man. home security cameras captured his photo seen in someone's backyard in the area of casa bona avenue
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and corona at boulevard tuesday around 1215, in the afternoon. a neighbor didn't want to show her face. but explained what happened when she got home the neighbors asked me to go check on the house because the alarm was going off >> and i. come to find out the guy that was sitting in front of my house was the one waiting to pick up the guys and broke into their house and get away. the neighbor says the suspect took off with laptops and remembered seeing a light colored vehicle outside her home. police released a photo of a vehicle of interest, a silver 2021 jeep compass with a california license plate number. rv, the 3, 5, 2 police believe the suspect is connected to other burglaries in the area and are asking residents to review security cameras for any suspicious activity. longtime residents say they will be paying close attention. we have the ring camera and then we always try to leave a light on our cars and our driveway. but i mean, this is a safe neighborhood. it seems really scary. we've got a little kid. so. >> 7, really something to be worried about. so what can i
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do? you know, i just don't go anywhere. >> and to pay attention and i watch out. that's all i can do. my home has a security system. i homeowner. >> which i haven't bothered to conduct it. i'm definitely going to go ahead and do that. and the belmont police department is reminding the community that thefts and burglaries are common around the holidays. >> and to take extra precaution. securing your homes vehicles and valuables reporting from belmont. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> well, gilroy police say they're investigating a drive-by shooting that left a man dead. it happened wednesday around 06:00pm in the area of leaves lee road and monterey streets. now police say 2 people were sitting in a car when they were both shot by a passing vehicle officers and paramedics quickly arrived on scene. but police say despite their efforts. one of the victims did die. he's only been identified as a 43 year-old man from sacramento. the other victim was taken to
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a hospital and is expected to recover. go-fund me has closed a fundraising page for this man charged with killing 6 people at a christmas parade in waukesha, wisconsin. darrell brooks faces 5 counts of first-degree intentional homicide after his suv sped through that parade route last sunday. supporters hope to raise his 5 million dollars bail. but published reports a go fund me closed the campaign for viola-ing its terms of service. the company doesn't allow fundraisers for people accused of violent crimes. brian laundrie's, parents discovered a handgun was missing when they voluntarily surrendered their firearms to law enforcement. the same day they informed authorities. their son was missing. now, this is according to the family's attorney, the laundries owned 6 weapons, but they only surrendered 5 to police. the family's attorney said the laundries cannot confirm whether brian was armed with one of their guns.
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and when asked why information about the missing gun was not publicly shared the attorney said he and law enforcement both agreed it was best for the information not to be made public. now, police did find laundrie's remains back on october 20th his death later aside by firearm. brian laundrie was never charged in the murder of his fiance. gabby petito. but he was the sole person of interest. 6 months ago, a gunman shot and killed 9 of his coworkers at the vta railyard in san jose before then turning the gun on himself. it was the deadliest mass shooting in bay area history and family members of the 9 victims say it's a day they will never forget the agency held a memorial for those 9 employees honoring their lives. kron four's. amanda hari was there shows us how the community is still supporting those who were hit hardest by the shooting. >> a virtual candle lighting
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held for vta employees as well as the public. it's a reminder that those lost in the shooting at the rail yard will not be forgotten. >> it happened 6 months ago on may 26 absolutely. people. >> our impact in 6 months later. for the most part, nancy bowl penrod is the director of the counseling team international. >> it's a group of mental health professionals that provide 24 7 intervention during a tragedy they responded to the vta shooting. full penrod says if people have a strong support system. they mny be able to process the tragedy. but for others it can be more difficult they go home before gray walls. they don't seek. >> type of support, whether it's in a group friends or in counseling in a hard time dealing with that. >> but events like this are small way to help pastor bruce reyes spoke at the candle it
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he's personally been impacted by gun violence us 13 years ago my brother-in-law was killed in a workplace shooting. he tells me this time of year can be especially difficult for those impacted by this we know all too well what this is like, especially around the holidays. >> it's been over a decade. the greece still sneaks up on you. he believes this type of event is important not only to remember the victims. >> but to bring awareness to mental health issues and gun violence continue to make visible these kinds of situations. if we're going to make any headway. >> in trying to stop them in the future. the director of the counseling team tells me it's perfectly fine. >> if you are someone that is still struggling because of the vta shooting. she says there are ways to get help. some of the example she gave were join a support group, go to counseling journal or just practice self care in sa
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>> welcome back. 9.44 on this saturday morning. it's absolutely gorgeous outside so grab your sunglasses, maybe a light. >> jacket. i think if you're headed outside the dave. we've got. >> some sunshine. you know, usually good to have a jacket in the that or maybe a sweater because you can take that later on trez. you do that
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with jacket, too. so in the afternoon looking pretty good there. and so your wardrobe all set not just for today tomorrow but also in the next week as well. blue skies. lots more where that came from. >> painted occasionally a little bit by some high cloudiness. let's send you up to tahoe now. look at the forecast here, temperatures getting to about 60 or so for tomorrow, rather monday in staying in the upper 50's, it looks like as we get into next week. also dry through the period. it looks like witches, not great news to hear this time of year looks like la nina is really checking in here clearing its throat. however, when we get this, we get some melting. sometimes re freezing on roads just a little bit going on. something to keep in mind. black ice going on. also, we lose a little bit of our bank account. plus, also for hydroelectric power don't like to see too much melting yet high pressure cell right now. back yard here sends the weather patterns up and around us. it will be pierced, however, by a weak system as we get into early in the week that will probably throw a little bit of cloud cover our way. but really the temperatures don't do much of anything. so this is kind of the persistence like forecast
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all week long temperature. check for you with that sweater or jacket in mind there. 49 santa rosa, a lot of 50's on the board here, 49 for concord, 48 for livermore, 51 for fremont longer-range forecast models here. here's what i mentioned earlier. yeah, we have a weak system kind of falls apart. our backyard we're used to seeing that a lot. and as we get later on this top tier. but the general idea we see early into next week. the possibility of maybe seeing some rain happening. that's the following week. that's what i meant to show you right there as we get to monday. that's not this monday. the following monday, but sometimes a lot of things can change between now and then. 4 zone forecast a 68 for the saturday at the coast will do the mid 60's to upper 60's and near about 70 happening on the bay side. foster city at 7071 for palo alto in the south bay lower 70's. even morgan hill. los gatos about 73 back to 70 on the east bay shoreline. tri valley also around 70 74 walnut creek 68 for berkeley.
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but les, 6867 fairfield 68 for napa and 72 santa rosa keep it coming and we will for the 7 day forecast lower 70's all week long. our lows pretty much in the 40's, although possibly some upper 30's is a possibility. there and looks like hanukkah gets here tomorrow. that's and >> well, fashion and technology has been an irresistible combination ever since we saw cher horowitz's closet in the movie clueless. we've come a long way since then, of course. and today we're talking about an nft runway a digital fashion show and auction that set for next week in the metaverse. here to help us understand how this all works. call. she's a forbes. next 1000 honoree, the ceo and co-founder of a company called ozone. it's a 3 d fashion tech startup, thank you so much for joining me this morning. just in the last
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hour we were talking about the fact that nft is the collins dictionary. word of the year. so you're right there on the forefront with all of this from us. for those who don't know what is an ft runway and what role does your business play in this fashion show. >> thank for having super excited to be. i'm telling you about in ft monterey. it's an it's in mostly fish, you know, fashion show and fish mean is a pair real-life item and digital twin version. and that human way of bringing you the high treaty real fashion. that is florida real estate and we redefining what's possible in the medical errors while supporting charities to an nft endowment and now an event will benefit national charities up one warm coat which a reason a region 8 in the bay area. total spy to
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less cues, endangered species totals in whale due to global warming and now fashion incubate. a s f in san francisco. >> ok, so you they're they're going to be crypto donations right to talk to me about how that works to crypto endowment. what is that? >> to the smart contract. we can actually connect the shared the wallet directly to the ox. the portion of the sales automatically go to the charity wallets and also in the future sales, the rescission would automatically distribute it. according to the smart contract which is being recorded as an nft on the book she. >> ok. so why did you see why did you think that there was a need for something like this. and the stand age. >> well, you know, this is a grassroots effort. >> where we together as a
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wanted to, you know, work explore the futuristic technology and fashion and and we focus on environmental and sustainability while supporting, you know, i much in fashion designer want to explore the and and you know, crypto economy and at the same time we want to do you know, we went to benefit charities and bring charity into it. then >> okay. in in the so so in that video, though, that we were just is that basically what it's going to look like. >> i i think that a promo. but we have you exciting and ft plan. we have one where she's, you know, abducted by where it you know, she's walking. you know, i'm on. >> on a us all one was you walk in and in on volcano.
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>> so we basically being, you know, feature estate and you what you can do in real life into the fashion show and it's going to be minted as a whole web project where you don't need an extra equipment. they that you will be able to interact with a tweet. just your phone or your computer. okay. so you would say, though, that someone would already need to be set up with a. >> to mask wallet or something like that to participate in this right. >> yes, but we also, of course, we also provide way to run the world today, which my out a friend who i start up as well. you be able to donate also that will take us dollars. yes. okay. other and other currency like >> but it is free to attend like you don't have to pay to to be a part of this runway which i know is it is a part something that that you said was pretty important because usually fashion show runways. you know, those tickets are
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extremely expensive. but this is a free thing that you can attend and then go ahead and make your donations via your crypto currency. >> it's free to attend and it's something that everyone, you know, could come and enjoy you know, all of us is a grassroots effort orying to bring, you to broaden and a fashion show and to make it accessible to, you know, that the younger out too. no, no. many attendees type of fashion show accepting that >> and then of course will also help these charities that you mentioned a little bit earlier today. how can you sign up to attend for this. >> you check out in ft. i odot runway. i and if you run away, don't io website and has even linked way you can rsvp and you can watch the digital fashion show, which done in a middle voters to my it was and
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and also you can literally tied on to a game which i so you can create you all the time. look at the what we option off and kind of see what it looks like. >> all right. we'll be sure to put the link on our website. kron 4 dot com after the thank you so much for joining us and good luck on this new venture. >> thank you for having me. and i hope to see you com and watch the show. thank you. all right. >> we'll be right back. stick with us.
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introducing the all-new 2022 nissan frontier. chain. ikea is renting out a tiny apartment in tokyo. japan. forget this one dollar a month. the 107 square foot space will come complete with ikea furnishings. no assembly required. it's part of a marketing gimmick. ikea wants to show how you can optimize the use of vertical space in even the smallest of homes. the apartment comes equipped with shelf space a washing machine. the got a small desk, a sofa and a like bedroom area. in addition to the one dollar a month. rent. you do have to pay your own utility bills. ikea is accepting applications for tenants who must be older than 20 until december 3rd, a 107 square feet. that's like a basically
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you most of the spaces here you can't you can't an inch here the way. i'll give you 200 yen for okay. >> lower 70's all week long. look at that we've lower next weekend. there's a little weak system in our backyard. >> what will wednesday is his first day of winter. we know first be a logical meteor timber first. yeah, we're still we're still waiting for the solstice that's still to come in 3 weeks. all right. but here run for this plenty more we'll see you guys more we'll see you guys tomorrow. 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!
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