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>> and thank you for joining us here on kron 4 news. the case pfizer's covid boosters for 12 to 15 year-olds when teens can start signing up for appointments and what local doctors are saying about the expansion. plus, holiday travel woes continue for people trying to get home. we're live at sfo tracking flight status in and out of the bay area. and several suspects are caught on camera causing cannabis dispensaries in the east bay. the latest on the investigation. now from
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the area's local news station. >> this is kron 4 news at 3. >> and thank you for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3 this monday. i'm theresa it is another tool to fight the pandemic. the federal drug administration says teens as young as 12 years old can now get a booster shot from pfizer. the agency authorized the expansion early this morning, booster shots are already recommended for those that are 16 and older. the move comes as students return to school in the omicron variant causes cases to surge around the country. ucsf infectious disease expert doctor peter chin-hong says that this is a good step. >> it's a good in general. it. of course you'd like to have the cdc win. there were no safety concerns from israel and they cited a booster program. are while ago. and right now i think with
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pediatric hospitalizations op it makes sense to try and protect as many people as possible. >> the cd. stacy still has to sign off on the authorization. kron four's. rob nest but is working on the story for us and he will have more on the news at 5 o'clock. in the south bay. students and teachers are getting ready for school by getting tested for covid-19 school officials with the centers, a unified school dittrict handed out free testing kits today. kevin armstrong picked up the pcr tests for his second and 5th graders. >> he visited with family over the holidays and we tested at home before we visited them. but we also know that the pcr tests are in general more reliable and we've known people just in the past couple weeks that have taken at home tests. come up negative and pcr follow-up tests have come positive. so we just wanted to be really >> the district will be handing out testing kits until
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4.40 this evening at the district office operation warehouse in liberty and alternative school officials require only positive tests to be reported on the district's website. and the east bay berkeley. unified says that nearly 2 dozen staff members will not be returning to work today after testing positive for covid-19 in a message to parents. the superintendent says that of the 12,000 covid tests given out to students and staff just over 5,000 results have been reported of those results. 71 students reported testing positive and 21 staff members as of last friday 23 teachers have reported that they would not be at work today. anyone who has tested positive since december. 24th. they are in isolation and will not be able to return to work. happening today. alameda county is handing out thousands of at home covid tests to students. the county office of education
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says that the test are coming from the state. officials say that they plan to hand out about a 100,000 tests over the next 2 days. this comes after officials say that severe weather delay the delivery of those tests to the state last week. it is the most wonderful time of year. if you're not at the airport tsa anticipates today to be one of the busiest days for post holiday travel. but with winter weather concerns and short staffing issues. it is the perfect storm for airline delays and cancellations are looking at this hour. charles. >> well, i've here for quite a few times this holiday season. i would say today is busy but not as busy as it has been over the past couple of people are wrapping up their christmas vacations years vacations. and this is a despite thousands of flights being canceled nationwide.
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>> according to flightaware, dot com which tracks cancellations and flight delays across the country on monday 8900 flights were delayed nationwide and 4,325 flights were canceled here in the bay area. sfo saw 42 cancellations on monday. a 125 delays. san jose saw 15 canceled flights and 33 delays. and in oakland, there were 12 cancellations and 34 delays. looking forward. multiple airlines have said to expect further cancellations and delays as the omicron variant of coronavirus wreaks havoc on airline staffing forcing them to cancel flights and rebook passengers. one thing that could possibly improve the situation is the cdc recently said that anyone who has coronavirus can quarantine for a minimum of just 5 days instead of 10 and they can go back to work if they have negative test and are showing any symptoms that could mean that airline staff would return to work earlier than previously expected.
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>> all right. back live now. if you're flying anytime in the near future. be sure to check ahead here line makes everything is on time. your flight is good to go for now at sfo charles clifford kron. 4 news. >> that meantime, doctor anthony fauci says he believes the centers for disease control prevention. well, they're not finish updating its guidelines for how the nation deals with covid-19 washington correspondent just side hudson has more. >> as students return from winter break. the fda is giving the green light for children as young as 12 to receive the pfizer covid-19 booster shot the fact that omicron is substantially more transmissible. without a doubt. >> more children going to be infected. but parents with children under 5 will still have to wait a little longer. white house chief medical advisor doctor anthony fauci says clinical trials in that age group are still ongoing. 1st quarter of 2022 hopefully.
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in the quarter this week. fauci also expects the cdc to further update its guidelines for when covid patients without symptoms. can end their isolation. >> it was a bit of a confusion. hopefully that will be clarified soon later this week. the supreme court will consider the legality of president biden's covid vaccine mandate for large private businesses. what's virginia republican senator shelley moore capito is urging the high court to reject the mandate. >> saying the biden administration exceeded its authority. but fauci says the mandates are working. you get over 90 plus percent of people complying with the mandate reporting in washington. reshad hudson. >> right now at kron 4 dot com. you can get the latest covid-19 headlines, including the latest cdc recommendations where to find test sites in vaccines scan. the qr code on your screen with your mobile device and you'll be taken to our website. in other news in
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the south bay. for the latest on theranos trial. the jury says that they are deadlocked on 3 of the 11 charges. that is according to a note read out loud in court this morning. so far the jury has deliberated for roughly 40 hours spread over 7 days. holmes is facing fraud charges related to her failed technology company. she could face up to 20 years in prison if she's convicted kron four's. amy larson is at the courthouse for us she will be bringing us the latest developments around the day on our website, kron 4 dot com. now let's talk about our forecast as we take a live look outside. you can see the bay bridge toll plaza. we're seeing some light rain showers here and there today. so let's switch over to lawrence karnow and he can tell us what the latest says. so we know that there's some rain drops out there. yeah. is it going pick up. >> yeah. we're going to see more rain on and off throughout the night time
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there may be times we pick things up a little later tonight. and then maybe again on wednesday a bit. so here we go. first week of the new year. we're back to some soggy conditions, not real wet outside, but. it's enough out there that gets the windshield wiper going from time to time. a little damp in spots. so awesome place mountaintops a part of the north bay. some heavier amounts of rainfall. but most of area, just some lighter so far. but we're going to see some changes coming up our way as we head toward the next couple days. as looks like we're going to see more on the way as far as the rain begin to move in. let's see if we can switch over to our other weather computer right now. i'll show you a closer look at some of that rain moving into the right now. you see some of those showers popping up in around petaluma. also in san anselmo. we're seeing some of that rain there as well. and that will continue to track in the east bay. more that will continue to move on through as well. scattered showers along the peninsula to. but most that it's fairly light. we're going to keep it that way. i think overnight tonight. so more nuisance type showers you're going to see maybe a
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10th of an inch of rain in spots over the mountain tops, maybe a half an inch of rain or so. but otherwise fairly dry out there. a lot of cloud cover will continue. i think tomorrow may be getting a couple of breaks in between some of the raindrops. i think a little less wet tomorrow. but then i think another branch of moisture likely to move in on wednesday that will bring with another round of some rain and some more scattered showers. these are really just some light amounts of rain. the heavy amounts of rain really headed up in the pacific northwest right now. so for the most part going to keep things a little damp out there the next few days. not a real big rain event. but i think we could see more substantial rain on the way a little bit later this week. we'll have more on that coming up in a few minutes. >> and other news this monday, san francisco police are investigating a fatal shooting from new year's eve. officers say that happened friday night in the 200 block of cornwall street. we found a 24 year-old man with a gunshot wound. he was taken to a hospital where he was later pronounced dead. no arrests have been made. and anyone with information should call the san francisco police
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department. south bay san jose. police are investigating the first hit and run fatality of the year. it happened last night in the area of south white road and east hills drive. the man was declared dead at the scene. if you saw anything, please call the san jose police department. and in the north, a sonoma county police are looking for a man they say robbed a guerneville bank on new year's eve. here's a look at the suspect. he is identified as 33 year-old bradley bennett police say that on december 31st, bennett handed a bake taylor a note demanding money and saying that he had a weapon with him. the teller handed over an undisclosed amount of cash and bennett then walked out leaving the area on a bicycle. police are unsure whether he was actually arm. but no one was injured during the robbery. if you have any information on bennett's whereabouts. you are urged to contact authorities. coming up this week will mark one year
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since a deadly riots at the u.s. capitol and we are still waiting for answers on exactly what went into the planning. >> on the attack. we'll hear from south bank. congresswoman lofgren on the ongoing investigation. and when we come back, several suspects are caught on camera chasing. dispensaries in the east bay the police and business owners want you to be on
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>> and welcome back to the news at 3 armed robbers are targeting cannabis businesses in the city of oakland. welcome. police spoke zeke my dune about a concerned owner and a neighboring business that was recently robbed. >> this is video released by the oakland police department showing multiple vehicles that investigators say were casing and a cannabis business area near 48th avenue at these 12 street over the weekend. these guys are the same type of guys that ross my marijuana dispensary. the owner of a day. bring marijuana dispensaries saw the video. it. >> billy's the same group. rob his shot back in december. he describes that incident by phone. he asked not to reveal his identity. they're mixed with. >> men and women. i can hear him talking and it's more of the asian chinese group speaking different languages. there heavily armed. they have they have oprah's best. they have the here. with the doe,
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the walkie talkie with the miles case. k 47. the writing has 45 per car and they look for soft spots. mostly targeting. marijuana dispensers who don't have security. >> the department preempt a a stance in proactive pushing this video out our community. it appears to be several chargers all in color and then that was in the sine opd spokesperson officer kim armstead says the strategy here is to expose these vehicles of the video to the public as a possible to turn for the same group attorney to commit a robbery at a later saying as many as a 100 vehicles at the time. >> throughout the city really coming all parts of the bay area. >> and a lot of these dispensers do carry a lot of cash in their businesses. that's what this group is
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after cars for the what's on the table anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact local police. >> has it. but you on for news. >> also the east bay oakland police are investigating the city's first homicide of 2022, a man was shot and killed on saturday night. this is video from the citizen app. this happened near 34th street and interstate 5 a v police have not released the victim's name, but we do know that he was 28 years old. no other information has been released yet. 2 suspects are recovering in the hospital today after a sally under police officer opened fire during a burglary call last night. the call came in shortly after 1030. add a cannabis dispensary on fair way drive sally under police say that an officer caught a masked man running away from the place and shot at the suspect when he got into a getaway car with 2 other
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people. and the 3rd person was arrested. the investigation is ongoing. chp is investigating a fatal crash that out involved a car and a pedestrian in richmond. they say it happened around 3.21 this morning between barrett avenue and 12th street. chp has not released information on who died or how the crash happened. we'll keep you updated as more information comes in. and another big story we're following this monday a high speed chase involving milpitas police ended with a crash in fremont. police say that the man they were chasing was suspected of killing his ex-girlfriend. the chase ended near warren avenue, east of kato drive. a man was taken to the hospital with injuries from the crash. police found the victim in the back seat. police have not released the names of the victim or the suspect. >> switching gears to talk about the weather in the sierra. here is a live look along. i 80 kron. 4
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chiefmeteorologist karnow joins us in the weather center with more i cannot believe that areas getting more snow yeah. unbelievable more snow. winter weather advisories up there again. go to see more snow. >> throughout the night tonight here in the bay area just kind of soggy out there. no real heavy rainfall, but it's damp out there around the bay area today. it's going to stay that way throughout the night tonight. you can see some of the snow making its way up in the sierra the front really still working its way in. so we'll see that continuing overnight tonight. >> it's tomorrow morning and maybe a little bit more after that as well. but the bay just seeing some light scattered showers outside right now we've just over a quarter of an inch in places like santa and some on the north bay. but most places just a few hundreds of an inch. so far in places like santa petaluma. heavier amounts in us and in selma on up a few scattered showers there in richmond right now in danville. also a few scattered showers around livermore and further over the santa cruz. mountains are picking up some more raindrops. but uc san jose the kind of fall in that rain shadow area. that means things kind of rain out before it
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gets there as it moves over the mountains and they stay dry for the most part in san jose. you'll notice today a much warmer storm system rolling in. of course, we have some very cold temperatures overnight over the weekend down in the 20's and some 30's really chilly. but the cloud cover. it's going help keep these temperatures up. tonight's lows probably going to be hovering in the 40's a daytime temperatures. not bad, a lot of 50's out there right now and that's pretty much where it's going to stay in long-range. we've got another front out there. you see it up here in the pacific northwest, bringing them a whole lot of rain, but we're kind of on the southern edge of yeah. eventually this front comes through overnight tonight and tomorrow morning once the moves by, i think for the most part, i think tuesday we may see a few scattered showers, but i think we'll stay mostly dry and then another branch that rain is going to move in as we head in toward wednesday temperatures for tomorrow be not bad plan on some 50's. lot of clouds outside with a chance of a few scattered showers. florence. >> kron 4 is celebrating remarkable women in the bay area. we need your help to share their stories. if you know a woman making a difference in her community.
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you can nominate her for a chance to be awarded woman of the year. you can enter your nominations and get details on kron 4 dot com. still ahead at 3.45 in sports. kate rooney joins us live at the chase center with the lineup for tonight's warriors game. >> when we see klay thompson back on the court and the forty-niners make another push for the playoffs. >> was but again. >> it's a new year. time for a fresh start online. i'll show you how to clean up your
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>> one of the world's most influential technology event cuts back on days due to covid-19 surge the consumer electronics show will run for 3 days instead of 4 this year. it will take place in las vegas is wednesday through friday despite losing some well-known presenters like t-mobile and lenovo more than 2200 exhibitors will be in person. but 40 conference. sessions will be held digitally. the start of the new year is a good time to clean up your online account and rich demuro tells us how to do it and us some protecting our privacy. >> who needs resolutions when you can make some changes right now. today i'm showing you how to clean up your online accounts and make some changes to better protect your privacy.
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>> a new year is the perfect time to get a fresh start online. burying your head in the sand and thinking, condit. she privacy because nobody can these days. i'm not going to bother and i think that's a huge lee kaplan is a privacy expert and recommends taking the time to protect yourself. you're not going to be a 100% but you can at least take steps to to make a little hotter to invade your privacy on you for stuff on your phone delete any apps you no longer need or use. then do the same for all the counts. use the directory at just delete, dot me to help you easily close them out. people are being hacked all the time. so you want very safe pos woods long's random matters. the best way to accomplish this. use a password manager. >> it can generate and remember strong passwords and even help you log in that warning is a good free option. next. take a look to see if any 3rd party apps have access to your biggest accounts. they sneak their way in. when you
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use google or facebook to log in or allow an app to access your data. go to my count. dot google, dot com slash permissions. twitter is connected apps page instagram settings under apps and websites and facebook's apps and websites page. >> revoke access to any app or website. you don't recognize or need. speaking of facebook. >> i'm finding is a lot of those all toast coming back going to people. facebook has a privacy checkup under settings. go through the steps to help you restrict who can see your stuff and help keep your account secure. >> i would also recommend downloading to software tools for your browser. the first is privacy badger which will block web trackers. >> and the second is https everywhere which makes website connections more secure as always, i've got links to all of this information on my web site just go to rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart.
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>> lawmakers officially kicked off congress's new session today with the same to do list ahead of them. democrats are trying to drag their agenda across the finish line while staring down the looming midterm elections and republicans while there are trying to. use every tool at their disposal to make sure that their party returns to the majority our washington correspondent jessi tenure joins us live with the latest. good evening. just a. >> yeah. good evening to you as well. democrats already have a packed schedule ahead of them just this month. but what they still don't have is unanimous support among their own party for a lot of these priorities. >> the stands in adjournment, heavy snow quickly wrapped up the first senate session of the new as president joe biden and members of congress slowly work their way back to washington. but in a major shift majority leader chuck
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schumer announced monday. the senate will vote on filibuster rule changes unless republicans stop blocking stalled voting rights legislation. house speaker nancy pelosi says this bill is a must for democrats. everything that we do is affected. >> by how elections are the sanctity of the vote is respected this latest effort on election reform comes just days before the first anniversary of the january 6 attack on the challenge is to get to the facts and circumstances that created on abc's this week. mississippi democrat congressman bennie thompson says his committee investigating the attack. >> has found evidence that many different people coordinated it. we uncovered some things that cause us real concern and wyoming republican congresswoman liz cheney, one of 2 gop members on the committee said former president donald trump watched the attack on a tv near the oval office. he could have told them to go home and he failed to do so. and while
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that work continues in the house. senate. democrats have also vowed to vote on president biden's one 0.7 trillion dollars, social spending. >> and climate plan, which also does not yet have unanimous democratic support live washington. i'm jessi tenure and just say what else is planned in washington for the anniversary. coming up, the january 6th anniversary. >> yeah. even though the house is not session on thursday, speaker pelosi has gotten together a program of sorts that will be going on all day. there's going to be a moment of silence on the house floor. >> members will be able to share their own accounts of the events that took place on january 6. and there's also going to be a prayer vigil as well with house and senate members. we'll also be hearing from president biden and vice president harris throughout the day as well. >> justin turner for us in washington, dc thank you for that. this week marks one year since i'm the mom rated. the capital's just was mentioning trying to stop the certification of the presidential election. a
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bipartisan house committee has already interviewed more than 300 witnesses and is reviewing close to 40,000 documents related to the events of january 6 south bay locked front is on the house select committee investigating the riot. she tells us that it is important to not only look at what happened that day. but also at the rhetoric and events following the election. >> we have focus not just on the day itself and the violence and how that was organized. but the other events. i mean, this wasn't just random violence there was an intentionality to this. the intention was to install as president. the candidate who lost the election and that too depose the winning candidate really overturning our constitutional system of government so that is actually more serious assault. then just the violence aimed at the
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members of congress in the senate and the vice president. it was an attempt to really. overturn our government. >> representative lofgren says as part of their investigation they are also looking at proposed legislation to potentially prevent events like this from happening again. president biden and vice president harris are both scheduled to speak on the anniversary of the insurrection on january 6. meanwhile, we have seen meat prices soaring at the grocery market. and today the white house announced that it will be spending 1 billion dollars to expand independent processing the president met with farmers and ranchers across the country today to discuss hi meat and poultry prices. the funding will be part of the american rescue plan. officials believe that these actions will increase competition in an industry dominated by only a few major companies. the funding will also be used to support
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workers through training. this speck shuns and grants. in sacramento. state lawmakers are back to work at the state capitol for the second year in a row addressing covid-19 their top priority. some groups calling for leaders to reinstate extra paid sick time for workers amid the surge of the virus. an increased demand for more access to testing kron 4 capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala will have more on the legislative session. coming up on kron 4 news at 5. staying in sacramento this morning. lawmakers did roll out a proposal that would boost funding for k through 12 schools across the california. it would base state funding on annual enrollment instead of average daily attendance as the state leaders discuss how to spend california's projected 31 billion dollar surplus. some lawmakers say that education needs to be a top priority. >> and with the pandemic
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highlighting the across the board in our school districts. clearly districts that have been challenge face more challenges clearly the the impact on our students has increased. and this is the time to increase education funding this is a time for k 12 to be front and center in the in the budget conversation going forward. >> senator portman tino says that the proposal would increase school funding statewide by about 3 billion dollars. starting this year. you won't have to expect the unexpected medical bill. the new law went into effect. new year's day under the law. if you have insurance, you can't receive bills following emergency care from an out of network, doctor or facility, you'll still need to pay any deductibles or copays, but they will be billed at the n network rate of the plans. and this will also cover. doctors are clinicians who are out of network but work at an in network facility. let's talk
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about our forecast as we take a live look outside. you can see the embarcadero. they're kind of cloudy. a little rainy kind of breezy. but is it cold crown for chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead for the rest of the week. i lawrence. hey there. yeah, that's a positive thing. you get the cloud cover. overhead. not as cold out there around the bay area. we have some very chilly nights frosty. >> knight southside. but now things have changed quite a bit. another storm system headed in. you can see a couple drops on the lens here. most that very light outside the winds are kind of whipping in spots. we've seen gusts over 20 miles an hour, especially along the coastline. we're talking about some coastal flooding again, the king tides are around so that coastal flood advisory in effect from a tuesday 09:00am to 03:00pm in the afternoon may see some flooding in around the bark. we have seen some of that in around some of these low-lying places inside the bay, other that the concussion begin to go away. >> it looks like things returning to normal the rain. boy, that seems like the normal thing we saw at the end of the year and kicking off
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the new year with some wet stuff out there as well. you see the snow all the way up the pacific northwest up toward the sierra nevada too. and more rain continuing around the bay area. in fact, we've got another band that is kind of just moving through now in the san francisco in the north bay. you see some of that as petaluma start to dry out a little bit. still continuing to fall in san anselmo and also in richmond into san francisco. you see some of those light rain drops moving in. not much in the way towards san mateo and freeman. you're fairly dry. there and the south. they mostly dry except for the santa cruz mountains. we are seeing some of the rain moving in that direction. but overnight tonight we'll see just some scattered showers. i think overall, we've got one more band going to come through tonight about 10 o'clock or so that kind of moves through the south bay by one. and then on the backside of that looks like we'll start to dry out. i think tomorrow not going to be a real wet day. looks like we'll just see some partly cloudy skies. maybe the occasional shower. but then a truce as we get early on wednesday morning. guess what, we've got a little more rain coming our way. >> thank you very much coming up here at 3. a family was
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trapped with no way to escape as a wildfire surrounded their home colorado. how an amazon truck driver was able to step in and save them. also no one claimed the powerball jackpot over the weekend. we'll tell you when your next chances to win bank. plus, what can parents do to limit their children's screen time. why scientists are now saying talking to them while they watch tv. it's quite beneficial.
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your kids may not like this but talking to them while they watch tv might actually help reduce the effects of too much screen time. >> prior studies found that children who watch too much television lag behind developmentally in areas such as lack of curiosity. now the university of michigan study suggests that having a conversation actually during the commercial breaks helps promote a child's curiosity. they say that curiosity is linked to higher learning skills researchers say that the average child watches about 4 hours of television a day right now. for your money. ikea is raising prices by 9% this year. the world's biggest furniture seller is struggling to absorb higher costs because of ongoing global supply chain problems. the retailer says that it has seen unprecedented demand for home-related products such as furniture, storage products and home office related items. during the pandemic. happening
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tonight, the powerball drawing is now worth 522 million dollars. there was no winner in the draning that happened on saturday. tonight's drawing is set for 8 o'clock tonight. remember, if you do get that winning ticket sign the back. keep it in a safe place to make sure that you re deem it. you're reading your winnings within a year. still ahead, a couple warriors have tested out covid protocols. find out
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>> okay. let's talk sports on this monday wires do draymond green and damion lee have tested out a covid protocols. >> they are now expected to be available tonight with the warriors host the miami heat kron 4 sports reporter kate rooney joining us live at the chase center. so looking pretty good, right, kate. >> hey, terry man, it's been a long several days of playing with a skeleton crew for the warriors. they've had as many of 5 players at one time in these nba covid protocols, draymond green and damion lee are both expected to return to action on the floor tonight. they are glad to have them back. draymond is one of the league's best defensive players and he missed 9 games while he was out with covid protocols. he required 2 negative tests based 24 hours apart to be cleared. meanwhile, damion lee, it's his second stint on the covid list. he had a run-in with delta shortly after he became
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fully vaccinated. he was really sick that time. so bad luck for lee and even while dealing with the lack of personnel. the warriors have been playing pretty well. they've won 4 of their last 5 matchups. they are coming up on a stretch of 6 out of 8 games on the roads. of course, you may want to make sure you when those home games are about to be on the road that much. but here's a little nugget. hopes are high that klay thompson could return during the next home game. that is coming up against the cleveland cavaliers on sunday. still no official word. we of course, will keep you very much. updated as to when klay will make his official return here to chase center. one other thing of note. the warriors did have to postpone one of their games last week against the nuggets in denver that was due to covid and the nuggets not being able to field enough players to play the game. that game has officially been rescheduled to march 7th. so make sure to add that to your warriors. calendars. theresa march 7 got that. thank you very much, kate. we'll see you a little bit later on. some highlights tonight on kron. 4 news at. >> 6, 7, 8, the forty-niners
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control their own destiny right now as they head into the final week of the regular season. the team pulled off a big win yesterday to keep their playoff hopes alive. now, the most simple scenario for the niners to actually clinton each. a playoff spot would be this that to win their game against the la rams. this coming sunday that way. the forty-niners miss the playoffs. by losing to the rams. the only way that they going to that scenario. is that they have if they lose to the rams and then the saints beat the falcons. kickoff is scheduled for one 25 pm in los angeles. many moving parts. take a look at this. the u.s. capitol covered in snow. winter storm is blanketing streets in and around the nation's capital closing government offices and schools and grounding the president's helicopter. the area is expected to see up to 10 inches of snow. prompting school closures and hundreds of flight cancellations. let's talk about our forecast as we
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look outside at sfo, you can see it's really kind of looking like they're some dense fog kron. 4 chiefmeteorologist lawrence karnow joining as the fog going to stay around for a while. pretty scary out there. we're seeing some light drizzle lot of moisture in the atmosphere so we're going to see that not only that, but if you. >> want to go up the high country. it is a tough go up there. we've got winter weather advisories going up to the trucks going by 2. but you also notice the winds blowing the lens around a bit. we're going to see some stronger gusts, maybe some 60 plus mile an hour gusts over the mountain tops and you notice those those cars drove by. look how small they look to that bank. that wall of snow that has been of course, all that snow coming down this past month that we've got more to come. winter weather advisories going up the western slopes of the sierra nevada. turning to weather warnings little further to the north as you make your way in the far northern california going to see another maybe foot, maybe a foot and a half of snow across some of the higher peaks. all right.
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speaking the east that's that storm system that brought all that snow see working its way through washington now heading off the coast. the first significant storm of the season. but yeah, back out west, we go. we've had plenty of a rain and snow and we continue to see some of that snow just beginning to move up. places like a 80 to 50 now that will be picking up throughout the night tonight. if you're planning to travel there tonight be extra careful. it is going to be rough night up there across the sierra knight. meantime, bay area, seeing that rain moving through. you can see that next band kind of pushing through right now. not real heavy rain but enough getting slick out there around the bay area this afternoon and that will continue tonight and maybe a little bit of a break tomorrow. but we've got some more storms on the way for this week at the new year keeping things on the wet side but not as cold. you get the cloud cover. this temperatures on the storm system. little bit warmer tomorrow highs will be in the 50's and the 60's try to keep things a little bit drier on tuesday. another round of rain expected on wednesday and more storms by friday. thanks, lawrence and
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national news. we continue to follow the situation in colorado after a fast-moving wildfire broke out last week. >> the flames left many families with just minutes to evacuate. one family. crediting and that amazon driver with saving their lives. taylor and mary stanley say that their family woke up to the smell smoke on thursday morning. they did not have a working car at the time and quickly went outside to look for some help. that's when an amazon driver spotted them and offered a ride days later they had a chance to say thank you to that driver. >> she opens the door. she's like you need help. we're like yeah, she's like i'm here to deliver a package of might just put it the door. we've got to go. there wasn't for you. we probably would made it out. it's just one of those miracles to happen on both of our site. >> the stanleys learned their home burned to the ground. they say that they are thankful for the amazon driver. they never would have been able to make it through without her help. >> up next, a woman found the love of her life. the color
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time. the not so she arranged a marriage ceremony between she and the color pink in las vegas. kids said to me on a skateboard. he said, well, you love right. and i yeah, i love it so much because you love so much you marry it. and i was good something everybody should do what they love and have fun with last 2 rolling here for a little bit of last. >> as pink hair too. sayre also asked all of her wedding guests to wear pink has the video of the ceremony will be featured in an upcoming documentary about. time now to check in with newsnation to see what they are working on tonight. >> tonight. elon musk bows to china why he's opening a showroom in the country. the impact you could have on his reputation here in the u.s. plus is new york city mayor eric adams. the new model moderate for democrats that's on balance. here's dan. >> thankfully one tonight on dan abrams live on news
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nation. politicize media make their mark on the covid response outlets on both sides trying to pressure the cdc in opposite it's the rampant spread of omicron. that's tonight. and dan abrams live. >> thanks, dan. you can find newsnation on the channels listed here. more details available on our website at kron 4 dot com. and the news doesn't end here. our coverage continues at the top of the hour on the kron on app here is a look at what's coming up. one bay area county says that they are out of icu beds and redwood city is closing some services to stop the spread of omicron variant. just use the phone to scan the qr code to see on the screen right there. it will take you directly to the app store where you can download the kron on app for free. that's it for kron 4 news at 3 o'clock. i'm to recess to see you. thanks for joining us. you
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