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mild note that's going to stay in place for the foreseeable future. this high pressure ridge is not budging. that is keeping us in this trend of weather that we've gotten pretty used to now your view outside this morning at a pier 15 in the bay bridge behind it does show the flag blowing from a northeasterly wind, something that we've been seeing pretty commonplace the past couple of weeks that northeasterly wind has kept areas closer to the coast fairly fog free. but we have seen an influence of some to leave fog in our central valley and sometimes drifting out of the delta. 2, even some fog formation around santa rosa at times this morning to know skies otherwise are dry. not a lot to talk about out there yet again as we remain so steady in this forecast. 40's and 50's for our current temperatures will be talking what to expect later today and into the start of december all still to come. >> john, thank you for that. all right. tracking your traffic on this monday morning as you're heading from the east bay into the city a little under 8 minutes for your drive time. the air no major issues along 5.80, or 80
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as you're traveling the san mateo bridge a little under 14 minutes to make your way as you're heading across towards the peninsula in the south bay along one oh, one 85 towards miller park a little under 27 minutes. no major issues along to 37 85 or 82 and checking out your commute from crockett down towards the maze a little under 15 minutes. james, back to you. thank you. rain and high. the one in our top story this morning is kron and our security guard who was killed. they're looking now for the gunman who shot and killed arce our guard who was a former police officer and and beloved family mendon friend of calm for kevin. the shooter was his name shot in oakland last week died over the weekend. >> kron four's will tran is standing by for us in san jose, where she used to work as a police officer will i know you. i have worked with him in the passes. a hard loss for the entire crime family and of course for his family as well. we thought he was on
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the mend. >> and then on saturday we found out in the early morning hours that just these injuries. he just simply could not overcome his injuries after being shot twice in the stomach protecting one of our own maureen kelly being out on the story. the shia absolutely, james. he worked here at the san jose police department for 11 years from 2000, one to 2000, 12 and he worked for the gang unit and he is still remembered here. a lot of people from the san jose police department that actually showed up at the hospital when his body was let me show you a picture of kevin nishita. he leaves behind 2 kids, 3 grand kids. he was in his 60's. he actually retired officially from being a police officer in 2018, but he still loved the community still love protecting people, which is why he joined a security firm to protect reporters in the bay area, including us at kron. 4. definitely me. and you know, 7 is that he was out here protecting us now here is
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the video of the scene. this all went down on wednesday at around noon at 14th and broadway in downtown oakland in broad daylight when all of a sudden suspects came out of nowhere. kevin, the sheet of being a security guard jumped into action. unfortunately, he was shot twice in the stomach. we learned that his injuries were so severe that the actually the oakland police department put him in the back of the squad car and rushed him to highland hospital. he immediately went into surgery. it looked like he was doing well. but unfortunately on saturday, as i mentioned, his injuries simply too much for him to overcome. the search continues this morning for the killers of kevin. the the oakland police department providing this picture of the possible getaway car. it is a white four-door acura tl between 2000. 4 and 2008 and the reward money now is more than $32,000 to catch the killers of kevin, the shia he
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worked at many places. james and area in the bay area, including at one time in his career, he started off with the oakland housing authority. they are remembering him this morning. >> just so energetic and and so willing to to do things. i want in and his first day of law enforcement. and boy, if if i can describe any way be like the energizer bunny. >> he also worked after the open housing authority. he worked at san jose police department. they were police department and coma as well. at this particular time, funeral arrangements have not been given to the public. but of course kron 4. we will be there to cover his funeral as well. and you know, it's funny. we cover other people. you know, want to cover it. somebody i definitely yourself and definitely a friend and kevin, the shooter was a friend to all of us.
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>> thank you so much. well, we're going to continue to talk about that this morning. bring more awareness about this finding the killers is important and supporting the shooter's family as important as well. and that's what we're trying to a crown for to remember him and to support the family trust has been set up. >> donations being accepted. they'll be given to his family and the committee made to the kevin the she trust that's at the metropolitan bank in oakland donations can be made in person or you can mail it in the as on your screen there and also on our website at kron 4 dot com, if you can donate. please do so. >> and. >> he was out there with the kron 4 crew trying to cover crime in oakland crimes that affect the community. and if you don't cover it, you don't bring awareness to it, doesn't it doesn't get fixed. and now the oakland police are taking steps more steps to try to get a handle on the crime. >> and the violencp as it continues to grow. and this all comes after another person was shot and killed over this
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very weekend. kron 4. sarah stinson is live in the newsroom now with more on the story. sheriff. >> that's right. oakland police will have several tactical team supporting patrol officers who are responding to armed caravans illegal sideshows in the various violent crimes that we've been seeing recently, especially these deadly shootings. police say these teams are highly skilled in de escalating incidents. the police department has their hands full with continued violence and then they have the ongoing investigation. of course, as we just heard, it's really close to home for us here at kron with a security guard. kevin issued a shot and killed while with our own news crew just hours after the police department announced these new tactical teams. another deadly shooting happened this time at lake merritt. it happened sunday afternoon at 3.30, police say a man was shot and killed while trying to stop someone from breaking into his car on grand avenue. police say the man was taken to a hospital nearby but died some time
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later they say the shooter fled from the scene in his own car. a $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest. add this to the list of investigations where police continue to look for the shooters responsible, including look at this. this is another young life lost its 15 year old chimera young and she was in the car with her uncle on october 6 when he her uncle got into a road rage incident with another driver that led to her being shot and killed. no arrests have been made. and before that 23 month-old jasper wu shot while in the car with his mom in oakland while a gang-related gunfight took place in a stray bullet hit him. no arrests have been made in this case either. we're talking about so much violence in oakland. 127 homicides just this year. so hopefully they will have
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better luck with trying to deter crime, at least the escalating with these new tactical teams. hopefully we can hear from the police department today about that and get more information for now reporting live in the newsroom. sarah stinson, back to you. all right. thanks a lot. there. >> well, elsewhere in the east bay, this time in oakley, a 13 year-old was arrested for a carjacking after leading police on a high-speed chase. police say the car was stolen in oakland and then spotted in antioch early yesterday morning. police were told that the teen had guns. they responded the boy, then led them on a chase that ended in oakley when that boy ultimately crashed on main street and that is when he was taken into custody. >> time now is 5. '08 and a big story that we're following as well as the growing fear over the new omicron variant of ca of coronavirus. yeah. so some experts think that this variant could spread even quicker that current strains of the virus so far no cases of this new variant has been detected the u.s. but doctor anthony fauci says we should be prepared for the world. and
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he says it probably is here and we were not testing everybody for every as you know, if you get covid, you just try to recover. >> and they're thinking that the vaccines that we have now are doing something. so they say it's extremely important. >> that if are not vaccinated, obviously get vaccinated but definitely get your booster i don't think there's any possibility that this could completely of aid, any protection by it may diminish bit. but that's the reason why you both. so again, the booster is important. and remember anybody 18 or over can get that booster. this strain. the new strain of the virus was first detected in south africa. the u.s. has announced new travel restrictions for part of africa. and later this morning, president biden is going to address the nation about this new variant. and we're going to bring that to you live when it happens. in the 8 o'clock hour or so. whatever you're doing today this morning, if your work in if you're at home at all with
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keep that just to keep the tv on because that way you get the news when it happens because we'll bring it to you right here on kron 4. all right. still ahead here on the kron 4 morning news one bay area community plans to protest one of the vaccine mandates for school children. >> we'll tell you why they say the school district should not be enforcing the mandate. also a french bulldog is stolen at gunpoint in the east bay. we'll tell you what police say happened in that instance. and then after the break, congress is running out of time to avoid a government shutdown will have the very latest. >> from the scene. and back to work today for a lot of people. and it's a nice day to be heading back into the office or doing some work from home. maybe in the backyard as we will be seeing some 60's 70's later on today under persistent sunshine. i've got your forecast ahead. >> and hitting the roads this morning. we are actively watching your monday morning commute will have a look at your drive times. once we get back.
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>> 5.13 is the time a coyote rescued from the san francisco bay is back in the wild sepsis to fire department posted video. the rescue over the weekend. crews attached a rope around its neck to try to keep it above water before they were able to lift it safely into that boat. officials say
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it likely ran to marina green before ending up in the chilly water after drying off and getting some crews were able to really sit back in the wild. i think they don't like there's a dog out there first or you have a blue. yeah. somebody called in. this is a dog out there and went out realized holds the wild coyote. but. >> he's these kinds of to be like what is with these 2 all they're always looking for to me that they want me to go away and now they're out to find me a little and look at that. it just it just stay nice and calm for them as they i'm sure it's freezing. but right. it knew it was being helped and it wasn't like attacking the rescuers who use wow. >> i'm glad add back to the wild. all right. so we're talking about the weather setting the stage for the first week of december, which will december comes wednesday. yeah, but yet the weather. i mean, and i don't even know if i want to smile about it because i really hope and ski at some what, 10 days. so this is not a thanksgiving to kind of year and it might not be an
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early december to ski county year either. we are still looking at relatively warm and certainly very dry conditions as daria said over the next 10 days here, this high-pressure ridge is not going to allow any sort of rain or snow to even get close to making its way our direction so get used to the clear and dry conditions that we've already been seeing so much of well over this past week. your view over the berkeley hills is still looking nice and clear. we do have this modest offshore wind that this is a most breezy right along the coastline. this is a similar northeasterly wind gust. what we've been seeing a lot of lately. patchy valley fog again today clear towards the coast and the bayside. and as you can see, there is rain and snow to our north. that's exactly where it continues to be sent. we've had atmospheric river after atmospheric river just aim squarely at the pacific northwest up into western canada where they're already seeing far too much rain. and we can certainly use it here in the bay area because all we've been looking at lately at least is sunshine
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and dry weather. sure. this major travel in your shopping over thanksgiving really easy and will continue to do so as we round out this month and start december. but at some point we need to see a change happening and long-range forecast is not showing any sign of it. so that means the started december looks really dry just around the corner. now 60's for your highs. in sf a few 50's and near the coastline. otherwise it 60's to 70's for today's daytime highs really similar as to where we were this weekend saying carlos woodside mountain view each in the low 70's. same for you in the south bay with a range of upper 60's to low 70's out there. fremont union city at 70 71 oakland at 71. well, berkeley. a really nice 72 degrees. pittsburgh. you'll be at 66. well, vacaville fairfield benicia in santa rosa each ride at 70 today. now temperatures tomorrow remain very similar. as we round out november and kick off december on wednesday with a high average at 71 across the day. we cool down a little
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bit this weekend. still no rainfall into the first weekend of december right now. john, thank you. nice looking forecast. the air. we're also tracking your monday morning commute. >> traffic has been pretty light. for the most part this morning traveling along 05:18am, not seen any major delays as you're traveling crockett down towards the maze a little under 16 minutes for you to make that drive heading across towards the peninsula a little under 14 minutes as you're traveling there, the golden gate bridge a little under 19 to traffic moving pretty nicely. and let's get a look at the south bay traveling along one. a one 85 towards in the low part. 27 minutes not seen any issues. the palo alto along 82 or 85 as well. we'll have more traffic coming up with daryn james, back to you. thanks a lot. right. 5.17 and today congress gets back to work and their top priority is trying to avoid a government shutdown. that's the first thing on their to do list is keep the government running. >> they don't want to run out of money and could on friday. they have to also take steps to avoid a default on federal debt. we've got evan lambert with the story.
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>> congress did not do anything about this before their thanksgiving break. now they have just a few days to come up with a deal, possibly a stopgap. at least one of those to avoid a government shutdown. let's take a step back and tell people how we got here. congress passed a short-term funding measure in october. but that runs out on december 3rd, they could come together and agree on a long-term spending bill or pass another stopgap, nothing happens by friday. the government could shut down and this has happened several times before the last one stretching 35 days ending in january 2019. if the government shuts down hundreds of thousands of federal workers, not just here in dc but all across the country could face furloughs, essential workers, though. like tsa officers and other federal law enforcement. they'd still have to work. they just wouldn't get paid. also national parks and monuments could close. there will also be disruptions to many operations at the fda and cdc, although covid response
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would likely remain the same on a totally separate note. this fiscal debt ceiling limit is looming as well. the treasury department saying that if nothing happens by december 15th on that. then the government could default on its loan. so we have those 2 things hanging above congress this week. back to you. >> 5.19 and jury selection starts today for the trial of actor jussie smollet. he's accused of faking a hate crime against himself 3 years ago. he told chicago police that he was the victim of a racist and anti-gay attack near his apartment. dana reback has the rest of the story. >> i've been truthful and consistent on every single level since day one. i would not be my mother's son if i was capable of one drop of what former empire actor jussie smollett will finally see his day in court. >> after the alleged racist and homophobic attack against him nearly 3 years ago.
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smollett claimed he was walking home from a subway restaurant in streeterville in january 2000, 19 and was attacked by 2 men wearing ski masks who allegedly yelled racial and homophobic slurs and hung a noose around his neck. >> the nation captivated by the case, especially after the 2 men accused of attacking him. the osundairo brothers told police the attack had been faked and that smollett hired them hoping the incident would help his career. then chicago police superintendent eddie johnson. how can an individual. >> who's been embraced by the city of chicago turn around a slap. everyone in this city in the face by making these folks planes. >> smollett was initially charged with filing a false police report. but 2 months later, cook county state's attorney kim foxx dropped those charges after a plea deal leading to a special prosecutor's investigation and heat from opponent, bill conway during her 2020 election campaign. >> the special prosecutor is
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now been assigned kim foxx finds herself in blown investigation of smollett receive special treatment. >> in february. twenty-twenty a grand jury indicted smollett after the special prosecutor's investigation during the trial this week. the prosecution expected to focus on the credibility of the osundairo brother story. well, the defense likely to argue that the men attacked small left and then framed him to avoid facing criminal charges. >> and jury selection starts tomorrow in the trial of the former a minneapolis police officer who shot and killed dante wright. there's right. defense attorneys say that kim potter made announcement stake. when she pulled her gun instead of her taser. prosecutors say that wright's death was manslaughter. they say that potter was an experienced officer who should go to prison for killing him. >> well, supreme court is set to hear arguments this wednesday in mississippi's bid to have the landmark roe v wade decision overturned.
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>> 5.29 right now. and we're taking a peek here. temperatures soar mines i just ordered a much light. didn't get that reiterate like that. but yeah, the lights, you know, the string i need to upgrade. did you know that nowadays now well, you can that. you don't need to plug in. okay, which i enjoyed they battery. they have the ones that you can plug into usb they have the ones that are a little pack that you can put batteries and more. and so it's just handy. they're even waterproof. so if it were to rain, which i think it's not. but i think i'm gonna get the water performs just in case. yeah. if they're going to be outside for sure. you want to do that. >> johns here with our forecast as we're getting a december this past weekend. we've got the tree up. the lights are i think this weekend, but the okay. then that's what we're going to do that. we've got they had little living trees. grocery out with they're all sold out all. wow. little bowls. that
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right with the oak everyone is on it this year right i feel and behind has links. give but yeah, good day to get out there. get some of those lights up around the house. it certainly is going to be another dry and comfortable afternoon. no shortage of those ahead in this forecast, though, as we don't have any rainfall in sight just yet. >> as we round out, november and start december just around the corner. now your view outside from the cameras situated on the embarcadero shows. yes, clear good visibility. we are seeing santa rosa with some pockets of fog, especially out of the delta. you are looking at some patchy valley fog too aside from that. this is an easy go this morning. just get the jackets on its 40's 50's right now alameda at 52 dublin at 40 degrees. no 30's on the map right now, although a few of us are pretty close. i'll be talking this afternoon and what to expect into the first few days of december still to come, right, thanks for that. we are keeping a close eye on your roadways today. if you're traveling along 6.80
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southbound from dublin to fremont. a little under 13 minutes. >> no major delays at this hour. the metering lights are off at the bay bridge a little under 9 minutes as you're traveling from the east bay into the city and crockett down towards the maze a little under 15 minutes at this time headed across towards the peninsula via the san mateo bridge a little under 13 minutes as you're traveling there. the golden gate bridge heading from the north bay to the tolls. a little under 19 and in the south bay check in on one. oh, one heading from 85 to miller park a little under 32 minutes. 2 3785 82 as you're traveling to san pablo not seeing any issues. darya james, back to you. thanks a lot rights, 5.32 and the world health organization says the new coronavirus variant kron has been spreading fast in south africa. because of that only us citizens now are able to fly to the u.s. from 8 nations in south africa. >> that starts today. the cdc says there are no known cases yet in the u.s. but it's only a matter of time before it is
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detected because many suspected already here. anna wiernicki has the latest from dc. >> good morning. the white house says president biden is monitoring this new strain very closely and talking to top us health officials who say they are considering all precautions but also saying a lot is still unknown. >> president joe biden returned to the white house on sunday to meet in person with members of his covid-19 response team and chief medical advisor doctor anthony fauci about the new covid-19 on the kron variant. we just really need to. >> as i've said so often prepare for the worst. doctor fauci said on abc's this week that the new strain has not been detected by health officials in the u.s. but as we all know, when you have a virus that has already gone to multiple countries. inevitably it will be here. doctor fauci says it will take approximately 2 more weeks to know if the variant is resistant to the current covid-19 vaccines. i don't think there's any possibility
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that this could completely of aid, any protection by it may diminish bit. but that's the reason why you boost director of the national institutes of health. doctor francis collins said on fox news sunday that there is concern because the new variant has a record number of mutations like 50 of them and more than 30 of those in the spike protein, which is the part of the virus that attaches to your human cells. if you get infected that is new record in terms of the number of mutations it does make you worry. still colin says he is encouraged that the vaccine has proved to be effective against other variants of the virus given that history. we expect that most likely the current vaccines will be sufficient to provide protection and especially the boosters will get that additional layer of protection. the president is scheduled to update americans on the new variant and the administration's response just before noon today from the white house. >> for now in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you.
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>> thank you. and will happening today. we've got community members planning to protest against a vaccine mandate from the west contra costa unified school district. the mandate requires students ages 12 to 18 as well as teachers k through 12 be vaccinated. protesters say the school district doesn't have the authority to impose a vaccine mandate and they claim the district is granting religious and medical exemptions for staff but not for students. the protest is set to start at 10:00am in front of the school district's building enrichment time now. >> 35 in the east bay oakland. police are looking for the thieves who stole a french bulldog at gunpoint from its owner. this was friday night. it verily the there was a friend walking the dog and this is about valdez and 24th street and 2 men approached the woman with the dog pointed a gun at her and setting and the dog over and then they took the dog in a car and sped off french bulldogs. you probably know that very popular as a target for thieves because they can be sold for a very high price.
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the dog's owner says the last few days have been very emotional. >> it's hard. i can't even. understand why someone would want to do this. i mean, even coming home not running to the door to greet me. or hearing him run around in the background really should be he should. he should. he should have the i would just change right now. >> and she is now offering a reward. you can see there the flyer that there are asking you to call the number if you have any information, this french bulldog weighs about 26 pounds and it does have a few unique spots on it, including a large black spot on his left shoulder else he has a weight belly and a white chest. >> happening now in the east bay antioch police are looking for 4 people who looted a walgreens on saturday night. the stories on deer valley road 3 men and one woman went
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in and ransacked the cosmetic aisle. they use hammers and smashed glass cases and they got away with about $2400 worth of products. >> well, san francisco police are searching for clues in 3 separate shootings that happen in less than 4 hours. the first shooting happened just after one 30 sunday morning on friedel street in the bayview neighborhood in. this is video from the scene taking on the citizens app. detectives say they found a man at the scene with a non-life threatening wound. well, the second shooting happened 90 minutes later at turkey and taylor and this again video from the citizens app showing what it looked like when police arrived. we also have one man reported injured in the shooting. no word on the extent of his injuries. but we'll keep you updated meanwhile, the 3rd shooting happened 2 hours later, this was on patrol and cesar chavez in the mission district officers found a man shot at the scene. medics rushed him to the hospital. and unfortunately he did die and detectives haven't released his name just yet. police say none of the shootings are
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connected as far as they can tell so far no word of any arrests in this case will let you know filmmaking. 5.37 the time. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news the forty-niners are back in the playoff picture after a win over the vikings at home. >> we'll bring you the highlights coming up in just a moment. and after the break, a home in walnut creek targeted by vandals multiple times. we'll talk about the families concerned after a homophobic slur was placed in front of slur was placed in front of the home. 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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>> it's 5.40 in the east bay. a family in walnut creek is trying to figure out why they're being targeted their home was vandalized several times. and you can see what happened here. this was damage last monday and tuesday night is when they were. tpd somebody threw toilet paper eggs wrap. the bush is in saran wrap. the homeowners thought it was a prank. it first. well and then they were hit for the 3rd time. and on the 3rd time we had a shot there. there was a homophobic slur that was written in the front. >> they rode out. >> some pretty offensive messages using the tp on street side. but there was more tp. there was. >> they took it to next step in the sense that they started throwing in our driveway. >> the family has filed a police report with walnut creek. police and police say they're going to patrolling that neighborhood more often.
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decorations in the garage ready to go for well of machine over there that life. it's not my life. she says she wants the tree up. >> trees. grow tight ship. she does fake or real. we have to go fake because we all have allergies trees unfortunately, didn't realize that until years after we had just all kit getting cold at the same time of year. funny. finally made the connection. i love it's great. well, i like the real that i don't like sweeping up this inning is, but i'll do it. you know, little needles. the real is nice, but the fake us. so i know i got to be just you know, seeing 10 minutes it was up. it's already pretty lit. and what i like hearing what tpyou wish like it has to be real, real treat for yeah. the 55th year and this year, i think it's going to but we are looking at a great day to maybe stirring up some lights outside because weather out there continues to be really nice. just take your pick of any day this week as far as getting out there may be enjoying a hike or doing some
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yard work any day is going to work for it. looking outside at your mark and errol camera. things are beautiful clear. we don't have a lot to talk about this morning. just a nice modest offshore wind and a chilly one at that. so it does feel brisk outside couple of spots of fog up in the north bay around santa rosa as well as out into the central valley in the delta side from that any chance of rain and snow continues to be sent well to our north. we've had multiple atmospheric river squared up right at areas, especially north of seattle bay area just continues our dry trajectories. so another sun shiny day after another sun shiny day is ahead of us in this forecast today is going to be another mild one as will be the case tomorrow. a few passing clouds from time to time. not something much that you're going to notice on into wednesday. your first day of december really not a whole lot of change. today's daytime high 60's and 70's at least for the most part, you'll see a couple of 50's right along the coastline comfortable weather you can get away with the t-shirt towards the afternoon. but just do bundle
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up in layers because this morning is another chilly start. we have the south bay with some of our warmest temps. campbell, you are the warmest spot today at 73 degrees not far behind in berkeley, though, at 72 walnut creek and concord at 66. a hill at 68 degrees and a low 70 in santa rosa as well as mill valley tomorrow's temperatures right around the same as today's starting off december right around the same as well on into wednesday. we get a little cooler into the weekend, but still staying dry and still saying pretty clear. great job. thank you for that. all we are tracking your monday morning traffic a little under 11 minute. >> as you're heading from the east bay into the city, traveling a long 5, 1880, crockett towards the maze. a little under 16 as you're traveling. so no accidents, hazards or delays. there heading across towards the peninsula. 13 minutes for your drive time this morning. the golden gate bridge in the north bay to 37 to the tolls here a little under 19 for you to make that drive and the
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south that we have a little delay along one. oh, one as you're traveling there not seen any accidents or hazards, though, about 34 minutes as you're traveling from 85 towards menlo park 2 3782 to palo alto in sunnyvale. no traffic hazards started. james, back to you. thanks a lot. right. 5.47. let's talk sports the niners on a 3 game winning streak. all this was a must-win for them. the warriors to also dominated the clippers. lots to talk about in sports. kron four's, sports director jason dumas us has the highlights. >> 2 teams identical records fighting for one of the final nfc playoff spots. yeah. i know there's still a lot of football to be played blah, blah, blah. but. >> you get the sense that the niners and the vikings, they'll be battling it out till the end. kyle shanahan looking to make it a season-high 3 game win streak said issue. here we it's hard. not that high 3rd quarter. >> forty-niners up by 7 allied to mitchell. he was the workhorse. the niners need it all day long. 27 carry the 133
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yards and that touchdown later on. look at this kickoff. vikings can name of ron will. we like to call this a house call. and no one picked up at levi stadium a 5 point game. can't let that 4th quarter now down 2 minute warning robbie gold looking to ice this one. but. right. you will see that very often for robbie kyle snanahan and company. they can't believe it under a minute to go luckily forty-niners kirk cousins. in the custom doing things like that. overthrows justin jefferson who was open that'll do it forty-niners hang on to win this one 34 to 26. the dubs trying to make it a league, best. 18 2 on the season. >> first game of that quick two-game road trip starting at staple center with the clippers and just under a
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month left before staples center is renamed to the center. let's go right to the 3rd steph curry, steph down the lane behind path behind the back to dream on 50 to 44 warriors. scott. yeah. just jordan poole check this out. he gets his shot. block talk and isaiah hartenstein and never even heard of the guy he talks 22 bench players talking like starters, i hate it. jordan poole respond 4 straight. 3 pointers, including that one off the back for you have 7 teams check this out to the curb. steph curry gets hit checked the rest while owes his whistle let them know how he feels. all see him get that animated that much. this 45, you want to relive the there's this is the friendly show. anyway, staff responded step back 3 pointer. that was his 3rd 3 in 90 seconds. he finishes with 33 points warriors win one o 5 to 90. they are an nba 18 into a play
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to 17. it's 3 phoenix on tuesday and then they follow that up on friday with another matchup with wilson. the giants had a pretty productive roster from top to bottom last season. it was definitely a team effort getting to a 107 wins. but it was also clear that their top 2 starters were head and shoulders above the rest of the staff and the lose one of them. this offseason kevin gausman has signed a five-year 110 million dollar deal with the toronto blue jays got minutes coming off the best season of his career. he had his first pitch all-star selection. he was 14 in 6 2.8 1 punched out 227 batters with the giants. best of luck to him above the border. sharks in chicago taking on the blackhawks second period. feel like is the time for a name change, by the way, for black hole. >> rudolph blazers rifles, one in, but it was hit by timo meier. shark strike. first for
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the put it on ice here. empty netter myers second goal of the game. they're going to win 2 to nothing. second will take on the new jersey devils on tuesday. >> all right. listen to all work out for the niners. i know you had your tie on that. well, i didn't have it on, but i watch the games start to finish late. so we need to change the tradition that now wondering maybe the ties not critical while winning or losing. shattering revelation for me for a fact that that time is not making. makes no difference whatsoever. doesn't make any sense. that takes a lot of stress off me personally yet takes a load just enjoy watching the game went way to go yeah. haha. >> going to the forty-niners take on the seahawks which are struggling this year. coming up sunday at one 25, but it's always a struggle for the niners, whatever tiey go to seattle to play them. so we'll see if this is a game with them. when do your part, james. we'll be right
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lit up the menorah last night. as you can see there is this the official national menorah. well, like compared to that what was that tree 23rd for full. well, 40 foot tree. this is oh yes and sending out a tweet and listen, i don't care as far as just like i'm not measuring your hanukkah. christmas spirit. like. >> well, the tree is bigger than the is being chat. we don't need although i will mention as i'm looking around the bay area for menorahs. the bon air center in green bay's got a pretty big one and it doesn't need to be just need the big wreck. it's not it's a whole different holiday. really is not comparable it's just you've got a tree. we've got a menorah, whatever. that's right. the president also sent that wishing everybody. a happy hanukkah as we head into the holidays and happening overnight, by the way, closer to home. we did have a tree lighting ceremony in san francisco. >> festivities began at 06:00pm out there. the bank of america plaza in the castro neighborhood who have pretty is that i wow. carol. >> that's another thing. people say you like the
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colors. you like. just white, right. you know, for your and that when you're the white house did black and red all. kinds of different takes on a maryland breed and city police chief william scott. >> they're going to be there to give remarks. there will also be separate tree lighting ceremonies happening early at 05:30pm, at huntington park in opulence activity from last year. happening tonight. and i'm noticing a lot of things are happening on wednesday. >> for tree lightings a menorah lightings on this of went. so this wednesday's a big day for that's getting you're looking for a party to go. 5.57. is a time right now. and coming up in the next hour, the kron 00:00am morning news. there's been more violence in oakland. >> i'm hitting home here at kron 4 as well. we're going to be talking about the life that was lost here trying to guard and protect our crews that are trying to serve the community and then also how the police are trying to cut down on the violence in oakland and stop this madness. did you know some deodorants may not last all day? secret works immediately! and is designed to last for up to 48 hours.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news at 6. all right. we we we are changing lives. one morning news mine to start. yes, james has changed my amy's life. john, you may want to consider this. >> it's the whole fake versus real tree situation victory bandwagon here. and now i realize i'm allergic to the outdoors in many ways. why do i want it inside all them je


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