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thing. look at that. still very light any other time. it be bumper to bumper 2 scenarios either. people are working from home or they're still offer this week. no problems. if you're crossing the bay bridge into san francisco from their san mateo bridge picking up in traffic just a little bit on the right side of your screen. no major accidents anywhere in the bay area. especially for relatively dry morning commute from there. let's go to richmond. sandra fell bridge also very light. let's bounce on the other side of the richmond, sandra fell bridge, the golden gate bridge, little hazy still light as can be. look at that. only one set of headlights coming into the city. so good to go in terms of bay area roadways. >> breaking news that we're following this morning. a recruit from the alameda county sheriff's academy has died after being shot in oakland near the toll plaza of the bay bridge kron four's sara stinson is live with the very latest. sara.
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>> well, that's right. i mean, can you believe it. another person struck and killed by gunfire just driving on a freeway in the bay area and this time i mean, it's a young police academy recruits with the alameda county sheriff's office this morning. investigators are still trying to figure out who the shooter is. take a look at video. >> you can see the alameda county sheriff's deputies and law enforcement lined outside the highland hospital escorting his body with american flag over him. chp oakland is the lead investigator this deadly freeway shooting that happened at 4.30 5.80 west near the oakland toll plaza. the bay bridge, the shooter fired a gun into the personal car of this recruit. again driving home from work struck by gunfire causing him to crash into the guardrail when officers arrived. he was immediately taken to the hospital where he later died from his injuries. the name of
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the police academy. recruit has not been released yet. >> the sheriff's office did speak with us last night about the horrific act of violence and explain that they're still trying to figure out what happened. >> i don't know. watch what led up to other than that, it seems like another senseless act of violence on a freeway. reach us notify your family. and as you can imagine, there are distraught. we're going to give a little bit of time grieve and process this. its clearly is that a sister and a girlfriend that that highland. or what's going on there. >> just so horrific such tragic loss for not only that family but also the entire sheriff's office losing the
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potential of this amazing future law enforcement official. and so now this investigation continues this morning. again, they're still trying to figure out exactly what happened leading up to the shooting. >> and who the shooter is that obviously the most important thing, trying to figure out who the shooter is. now there's a lot of cameras in that area. so hopefully they can get some kind of idea of what car was involved and who is responsible. well, i'll send it back to you. >> so despicable and unfair at this point. like you said, sarah, they're looking for a motive behind this. thank you so much for that report. another big story that we're following this morning. the fast-spreading omicron variant is forcing local health officials to get tougher on the spread of the virus to try to slow it down and the for the first time in nearly 4 months. get this more than 100,000 people have been hospitalized with covid across the country that includes a
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record number of kids. it's all being fueled by the omicron variant, which is now accounting for about 95% of new infections in our country. the cdc is updating its isolation guidelines for people who test positive for covid the agency now says if you test positive and are using rapid tests to see if you still have it, you should still way towards the end of the 5 day isolation period to take that test if your test comes back negative, you can end isolation, but you could die. you should continue to wear your mask at home all the way up until day 10. if you test positive, it is being recommended that you isolate for an additional 5 days after that. in the north bay marin county health leaders are now recommending endure high school sports be played without parents any spectators in the stands. the new rule means no parents families are fans will be allowed to watch the games. the county's recommendations are set to go into effect today. but the
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nevada unified school district adopted the rules last night keeping parents out from a series of games. public health director officer, i should say, doctor matt willis is concerned that a room full of parents at indoor sports games can spread the omicron variant. >> as a parent of high school athlete. you know, i know that it hurts not to be able to attend those and even i can do not want to be apple. find transmission at this point in our khon surge. we need to doing the opposite. >> okay. so local health officials, they are also looking to schools to hold to not hold assemblies indoor. and so otherwise being told by the health department. happening today. the teachers union in san francisco. they will hold a news conference criticizing the district's handling of covid testing and the passing out of those kits more than 600 educators were not able to teach yesterday because of a positive covid test or they're still waiting
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for the results to come back. the san francisco unified school district says they received close to 630 requests for substitute teachers. the teachers union is slamming the district over its handling of the covid surge, including having no plan on how to pass out those home tests when it arrives later this week. we will carry the unions news conference on our 24 7 free streaming service kron on when that happens. in the east bay. the oakland unified school district says almost a 1000 students and staff members tested positive for covid before classes. resumed after winter break. the district gave out about 41,000 home covid test kits to students and families before they went on break. in a statement district officials say although some students or staff may have been on campus on monday before that they learned that they were positive. they are confident they avoided potential exposures in an overwhelming
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majority of those reported cases. also in the east bay the west contra costa unified school district will soon begin requiring staff members to wear a medical grade. kn 95 mask while they're at work. the new requirement starts this monday. the district says this is one of many steps it plans to take to make sure that the students and staff members are safe. the district is ordering enough masks for each employee to have one mask every week through the end of the year. happening tomorrow. free rapid covid tests will be available for all students and the dublin unified school district. the district is receiving about 13,000 tests from the state. parents can pick up the test for each student between 08:30am, in the morning until 3 o'clock in the afternoon at dublin high school or fallon middle school. there it is right there on your screen. parents ia must either be with your kids when you pick up the tests are prove that your kids
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actually go to the school within the dublin school district high school students who drive can pick up their own tests. covid testing is also being offered at the school district office until 7 o'clock every night from this week through friday. so todayf through friday. a lack of vaccines is making it harder for people to get their shots. some cvs pharmacies. will they actually had to send out cancellation alerts recently saying they didn't have enough vaccines. a spokesperson from cvs says the pharmacy is administering more than 41 million covid-19 tests. 50 million vaccine since the pandemic started. but experts say this covid surge is really affecting their workforce, including those who work with the vaccines uc berkeley infectious disease expert doctor john swartzberg says there are plenty of shots for everyone. but the problem is workers and shipping them out. we've got plenty of vaccine, the warehouses and have it. >> have to be operational. in
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a lot of the people who work in the warehouses, not just for vaccines but for any kind of were there's a lot of covid going around now. >> okay. so the doctor is advising those who have lost upcoming apartments to do this. what you want to ask your friends and family members where they got their shots and if they can't help you out there where he recommends another step. how about this reaching out to the city or you county health departments for any recommendations on where you can go to get your shots. as the omicron variant continues to surge across the bay area. a number of businesses and restaurants. they're voluntarily closing their doors. there is a growing concern. some of those temporary closures could end up being permanent. officials with the california retailers association says business owners are once again being forced to make tough decisions to protect workers and their customers supply chain issues and organized crime could also
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cause a lot of businesses to just close their doors forever. >> and you're going to have some business owners that are we evaluating that are saying is this really what we want to continue to do. do we necessarily want to continue doing it in california. you know, i'm not surprised that we're seeing some of the smaller independent retailers making that decision to either sat down for for a couple weeks. or i addressed to clean reduce their hours. the california retailers association is working with lawmakers to try to find more money to help those struggling small businesses. stay open. >> still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news. our state has new water restrictions. and they could end up costing you a lot of money. if they catch you wasting water. we'll tell you how much when we come back. >> and then tomorrow marks one year since thousands of people stormed the u.s. capitol. the changes capitol police say they've made since this all went down. and seasonal
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averages. warmer temperatures for us. scattered early morning showers and some fog. we'll talk about your 7 day forecast and more as you plan your weekend. once we get back from break.
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>> adds up to a few wastewater ye may soon be slapped with an expensive find the state adopting new water restrictions. the new rules ban people from watering their lawns for 2 days after rainstorms or letting your sprinklers run on to the sidewalk. if you are caught, get this, you will be fined up to $500 every day. regulators say they want to stress voluntary water conservation and local enforcement. they'll leave it up to local authorities. the restrictions could take effect at the end of this month. despite all that rainfall that we have seen we're still in a drought. make no mistake about that. this is a live look from the sierra this morning. the most retent storm bringing some fresh snow to the area. the snowfall is nowhere near what we saw last month. but still you're being warned if you're going through that area, have your chains ready to go. just in case and have it in your trunk over the next several days. let's take a look at the conditions here. we see a little bit maybe often on snow there reyna. but off and on
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showers here. yeah. and the north bay this morning. so you're still getting showers up there and overnight as well. patchy fog across the bay area this morning along the valleys and along our coastlines. you can see. >> a live look outside right now of the east bay hills. and you can see visibility pretty low and get the start of the morning. we could see a little better now that fog continues to set in the air. a live look the north bay where you're seeing a few showers this morning and then by noon they're going to clear out. still, some dense fog is you're rolling in through the evening hours. into tomorrow. we take a break. we dry up a bit until friday when another weak storm system arrives in the bay area. look at the amounts of rain. we're getting just trace amounts of rain from this last system we just saw. so not much, but some much needed rain. also, let's get a look at our highs for today. if you're heading out the door and the mid to lower
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50's across much of the bay area. so daly city pacifica 53 for you there. burlingame 55 san bruno mid-fifties foster city, san carlos and right was city all upper 50's down in campbell lost battles. morgan hill, you're at 57 there. fremont union city and hayward, all mid-fifties. raga renda berkeley richmond, low 50's for you. sonoma in vacaville fairfield. a little chilly with upper 40's in the forecast as you're traveling through santa rosa petaluma, 5150 degrees up there. a look at your seven-day forecast. remember a few morning showers in the north bay and then we get a break later on in the afternoon. we're dry mostly into thursday friday morning is when that second week system arrives bringing with it. some rain partially cloudy through the weekend at the top of the week. we could expect to see more showers are in the lows were all in the mid 40's to upper 30's and then along the coast. you're looking at conditions around low 50's mid to lower 40's will.
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>> you'll be going definitely faster than 40 miles per hour anywhere in the bay area at this particular time because no major accidents, no incidents traffic picking up just a little bit thin. the last time we saw. but still we either holiday lights still lot of people being told stay mccrone variants just too dangerous to head back into the office. so they are working long distance. so no problems as far as traffic on the bay bridge 13 minutes typically without any accidents. if you go from the macarthur maze down on to fremont street. san mateo bridge a little bit heavier but holding steady still plenty of space between the cars. no problems, no gust, no glossy rose to talk about. you're looking at about 15 minutes to cross that spanned richmond sandra fell bridge more cars. but let's face it very light at this hour. 9 minutes or so. if you're crossing, the richmond, sandra
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fell bridge on to one o one in marion county. and speaking of marion county. this is what people used to come into san francisco. the golden gate bridge hazy at this time. but no problems at all to get that the car leaving the city heading towards marion county. if you're coming in, you're looking at about 20 minutes from nevada. the city of san francisco is signing a new lease for a so-called linkage center as part of the emergency declaration in the tenderloin. it will be located near the corner of market and hyde streets less than a block away from the civic center bart station. the goal of all this is the target. people in the tenderloin who might be struggling with substance use or mental health issues by helping them connect with city health and human services city leaders. they say people who are rested in the tenderloin. they have 2 choices. they can stay at the lincoln center or they can go to jail. but the
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fate of the mayor's emergency declaration is unclear supervisor aaron peskin while he recently introduced a motion to withdraw mayor breezes, the mayor breed's this proposal. the supervisors voted to address the issue again next month on february 8th supervisor. matt haney who represents the tenderloin says it's still too soon for there to be any further changes. it was just past 10 days ago. and so it's my view that we need to actually give it an opportunity to work. >> get people off the streets into treatment, bring some safety and health and wellness to a community that suffering. >> okay. so the emergency declaration waived several city permit rules to speed up the opening of the linkage center just basically cut down some red tape. it's not clear what would happen to the city's plan if the board does decide to withdraw its support. tomorrow marks one year since the january 6th
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insurrection capital police. they promise they are ready for anything that could possibly go down to the extent of what we saw. one year ago as lawmakers are still looking to see exactly what happened, what led up to the rioters storming the capitol. basil john is live in washington, dc with the very latest. basil, you said the police officers they will be ready with new technology. >> good morning. yes. said the capitol police are confident in what they need to do in order to make sure no surprises come up while democrats will be handling the events to commemorate the attack. capitol police as they are not worried about the events planned on the anniversary of the january 6th attack on the capitol. >> but they are ready for anything there's no intelligence that indicates that that there would be any problems. capitol police chief tom manger specified the improvements the organization has made since the attack such as additional equipment cell phones for every officer to receive briefings and updates
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and an improved process to request assistance from other agencies. we understand the urgency and the importance of ensuring that we fix the things that need to be fixed to make this campus as safe and secure is it can be a major thanks congress for the support over the past year. a new york senator kirsten gillibrand says they will continue to help capitol police. we are going to stand with the capitol. police continue to get the more resources. we've made a lot of changes since january 6 and will continue make those changes to make sure they feel they have the resources. they need. senate democratic leader chuck schumer says it is necessary to not forget what happened and who was the reason for this attack. january 6 was the result of an effort by donald trump and his supporters to d legitimize our elections and perpetuate the big lie. >> now former president donald trump announced he will cancel his january 6th event in mar-a-lago. >> and we'll see his supporters at another event later this month reporting
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live in washington. i'm basil john. yes, an investigation on last year's january 6 incident still ongoing. this is far from over. thank you so much, basil, for that report. major flight cancellations. they continue to wreak havoc across the country and it's getting even worse today than yesterday at bay area. airports will have the details. >> when we come right back.
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>> a developing story that we're following this morning. flight cancellations continue to be a big problem across the country that's been going on for weeks. and this morning, no different so far this morning. more than 1300 flights have been canceled across the country. and here's a live look from sfo, a big reason omicron variant. it's wreaking havoc on staff members of the airlines. they can't fully staffed. >> a lot of their flights and let's face it, we're in the winter time. so weather obviously plays a role in all this and they expect more cancellations. then yesterday. here's a live look at as of i just showed you a lot of people still being dropped off. they could be running into some problems because so far at sfo 60 flights have been canceled. so they'll find out when they get to the ticket counter in oakland. that number is up to 12 11. and in san jose 18 flights have already been canceled.
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get this that number is twice as high as it was yesterday in the morning is still young. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news there is a new proposal in our state. >> that would make it easier to sue gun makers after shooting rampages. >> another person was shot and killed while driving on a bay area freeway. this time it was a sheriff's office. recruit got the details coming up in a live report. new year, new start. and now comcast business is making it easy
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>> and welcome back to the kron 00:00am morning news. time now arena still have old ice 05:29am in the morning. rain is so much younger eyes. you can see through things. i can barely see things 5.29 in the morning, but i did not see showers this well, there are a lot of people probably are still struggling to see through the patchy fog. >> we have out there in the forecast today because you're going to encounter that on your drive throughout the bay area. live look here in san francisco and you can see some low clouds, the air. >> but a different picture for us today because we ran across the map that we were tracking. >> yesterday throughout the bay area. it's just in the north bay this morning. so the early evening hours last night into the morning and that's going to dissipate later on in
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the day right now. you're just seeing cloud coverage throughout the day until 6 o'clock. we still do have a high surf advisory. so again, along the coast, just be mindful and careful of that. we're going to look at our temperatures right now. if you're stepping warmer morning than we had yesterday. all lower 50's. so oakland hayward concord any at 51 lay on a bottle. we'll have a look at your full seven-day forecast and your highs lows throughout the week. we'll have that coming up. but for now we'll send it back to you. let's cycle through all the bridge camera as any other time you are seeing cars stacked up but not today. look at that. plenty of space. >> between the cars as they head to the bay bridge toll plaza either holiday light or workers are being told to work from home because of omicron variant bottom line is if you are on the bay bridge, you're not seeing any problems at all. if you're going into san francisco. of course, that's where it takes you down to fremont street 13 minutes from their san mateo bridge holding steady as well. no problems
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you're looking at about 15 minutes to cross that span from the east bay on to one o one richmond sandra fell bridge. no problems as well. cars picking up. as far as the volume. but it's typically one of the lighter bridges at this particular time. you're looking at about 12 minutes to cross that span into marion county and then the golden gate bridge more cars heading into san francisco, but no major accidents in marin county before they get into san francisco is not slow anything down. 20 manutes from novato into the city. this morning. we continue to follow breaking news where recruit from the alameda county sheriff's academy has died after being shot in oakland near the toll plaza of the bay bridge kron four's. sara stinson is live in san francisco with the very latest. sara, i know as journalists we're not supposed to give our opinions. but i think this is pretty despicable. >> yeah. i think anyone who hears the story is just
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heartbroken. as you remember, we've covered stories where little children were struck and killed by gunfire just being in a car on a bay area freeway. well, unfortunately this is yet another person to be killed. just driving. this was an alameda county sheriffs deputy recruit driving home from work. >> you know, not a uniform, not in a police car and then struck and killed this morningy the investigation into this continues there trying to identify the shooter. still take a look at that video you're looking at right now. that's sheriff's deputies lined up outside highland hospital escorting his body with an american flag over him. chp oakland is investigating the deadly freeway shooting. it happened at 4.30 yesterday on 5.80, wesson, macarthur maze before the toll plaza to the bay bridge. the shooter fired a gun into personal car of this recruit hitting him, causing him to crash into a guardrail when officers arrived. he was
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immediately taken to the hospital where he later died from his injuries. the name of the police academy. recruit has not been released yet. sergeant nelson with the sheriff's office caught up with us on the phone last night. he's in shock. this type of senseless violence continues to happen. >> on guy >> to carry my entire life and the life out there here and i've never seen anything like put down their like there. and 3rd come to this for people. >> indiscriminately fire on people on the freeway. and got a lot work bring it all today. just awful >> and it's awful for, of course, the entire sheriff's office for any law enforcement but also the family we heard last half hour that the family that girlfriend. they are all, of course, heartbroken as well
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going through this. that's why the name has not been released of respect. they're giving them some time to get through these initial first moments now. okay. this investigation. it's still ongoing. of course we still don't know the motive. we don't know who the shooter is. and so that's what we're trying to get an update this morning. i'm sure the night has been busy with not only mourning the loss of this deputy recruit, but also trying to figure out what all happened. so far. they believe this is a senseless act of violence because. >> he was not wearing his uniform nor was he wearing or nor was he driving a sheriff's car. so we'll keep you updated this morning as we continue to follow the latest. well. >> just can't say it enough. it's despicable we last year late last year. i know you cover this sarah jasper wound that one year-old was shot randomly on the freeway as well. and he was caught in the crossfire with his mom. so it's just happening too much in the bay area. thank you so much. there. health experts
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are warning that this latest surge of covid cases still not peaked yet. it's going to get higher before it even levels out. >> even in highly vaccinated areas like san francisco case counts. they've actually tripled in a weekend with at least a couple of weeks before the projected peak. san francisco mayor london breed is calling on everyone to take extra steps to protect themselves. >> we're not shutting anything down. we're not closing businesses. this is not 2020, but we do need to do our part to prevent too many frontline workers from getting sick at the same time. that means we need people to take steps to avoid catching covid during our surge over the next few weeks. >> mayor breed says city services are being affected because of breakthrough cases at all levels, including police fire and muni where the wait longer because they don't have the staffing levels experts recommend wearing an n
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95 mask or double masking also avoid large crowds and try not to be around people who are not vaccinated. meanwhile, there is another covid variant lurking in the background. this one discovered in france's been named i h you variant french health officials say they found 12 people infected with this mutation living in southern france. the cases are all linked to travel to the african and african country of cameroon and local health infectious disease experts there say at this point it's still too early to talk about this new variant. >> i'm not going to lose sleep over i eat you, which doesn't have a greek letter in aiming at. but i'm definitely losing sleep over omicron. >> it is still unknown. if the variant il more contagious easily transmissible even easier than say omicron. they're still looking into this. but so far seems is only found right now in france in san francisco, in organization
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believes recent vandalism to their banner is racially motivated now take a look at this. a banner reading asians are strong, went up on highway one. oh, one near the vermont street exit in san francisco on new year's day. lot of motorists could see it as they went by it was a way to empower the asian american community going into the new year. get this. 3 days later it was vandalized. hudson. lau is the founder of the asians, a strong community organization. he believes the vandalism was an act of anti asian hate. >> you. someone saw it on the freeway got upset enough to get off the freeway. find random overpass and intentionally only cut off the ad is part. i like it was really the whole banner. d specifically cut-off age is to send a very, very clear message that this was a racially motivated vandalism. >> lau says the nonprofit now plans to come back, bigger and
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louder by raising money to install a billboard within the city. the san mateo county sheriff's office has launched a new prison program that aims to teach incarcerated people how to manage the stress aggression and trauma. this is at the maple street correctional center in redwood city. it's the first county get this in the country to implement this program. the goal is to help inmates prepare for re entry into their communities after serving their sentence individuals who completed the training were invited to participate in the first prison program silent retreat last month. i'm sure other agencies across the country are going to see how this works. maybe it will spread across the country. in the north bay, napa county police, they need your help. finding the people responsible for a smash-and-grab robbery. police say the thieves took a prosthetic leg. this happened on december 23rd on the 1000 block of main street in napa. you're taking a look at the
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suspected getaway car. it's a black lexus gs. 200 and then actually had stolen license plates at the time of the break-in. police say they're looking for 2 men. just one bag was taken from the car containing the victims prosthetic link. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news the war years. they are back in action tonight. and one of their key players making a push to make the all-star team for the first time in his career. >> and patchy fog throughout the bay area early morning in the north bay. we'll tell you how long that plans to stick around. we'll have a look.
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>> state lawmakers. they've introduced a bill that would allow private citizens to sue gun makers and sellers and hold them accountable for shootings. the proposal allows victims of shootings, including private citizens cities and counties to sue gun makers and sellers on claims that the gun industry acted recklessly and dangerously police policymakers say right now cases get tossed out in the early stages of a lawsuit depending on how the judge interprets legal protections for the gun industry. >> this policy would not create liability or mean that every case against the gun industry is sulcessful. it simply means that people be ensured that they will have an opportunity to pursue about playing to responsible
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reckless dangerously acting gun dealers legalize the sense of personal responsibility, which is the big problem that we're having. i don't like the term gun violence because it it directs the attention towards the weapon itself. the instrument audience tend to behave here. >> the bill now waits to be referred to a committee with hearings likely the start sometime this spring. we'll be right back. and welcome back
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to the kron 00:00am morning news. time now is 05:45am in the morning. no complaints at all for me, i tend to be a little bit annoyed sometimes reyna, but not this wasn't biting it wasn't slick on the roadways and it's hump day. perfect triplets. middle of the week. the area we return to our seasonal averages today. so that's the good news. we do, however, have some cloud coverage and some spotty fog out there live look at the east bay hills, a different picture across the radar. as you can see yesterday, we were following and tracking that storm now we do have some light showers. but that's in the north bay and that's going to pass through here by noon. we'll still have that patchy fog across the bay area. and if you are out, we do have a high surf advisory. that's until 06:00am for all of you hitting the waves looking at a recent storm system that just passed.
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you can see little to no rain. just trace amounts throughout the bay area. some areas not even registering on our rain total matt, let's look at our highs for today. all in the 50's. so golden gate park 53 san francisco. you're 54 mid to lower 50's there along the coast, san bruno millbrae burlingame south san francisco mid to lower 50's foster city palo alto, 56. 55 in mountain view, san jose morgan hill and campbell, you're all in the upper 50's dublin pleasanton livermore mid to lower 50's. looking at moraga orinda berkeley, all lower 50's there. so a little cooler vacaville sonoma and napa. all upper 40's in terms of your highs for today. if you're out at stinson beach, make sure you bring a jacket with you. 49. okay. so light showers in the north bay situated. there and then mostly sunny for the rest of the day after we get to that thursday. we'll have a nice break in sunshine. rain returns to the forecast again
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on friday. we're also looking to our sierra so we could potentially get some more snow friday morning. so if you're traveling up, i recommend later on today or thursday would be your best bet. also inland lows are in the 40's here and then along the coast. you're looking at 50's to start the week here on hump day and then mid 40's throughout the rest of the week will. right now. let's take a quick look at traffic conditions on bay area bridges. no problems. if you're crossing the bay bridge, typically about 250,000 people across the span. prepandemic. >> not this morning. you probably won't even scratch outlook of how light the conditions are. a lot of people either still on holiday or working from home. let's go to the san mateo bridge same deal. usually you'll see more traffic at this time. but plenty of space between the cars. no problems to talk about not gusty. sometimes it picks up there on that spanned not gusty at all. if you need eo go either west or east bound. let's go to the
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richmond. sandra fell bridge holding steady. you see headlights coming in that direction towards the toll plaza. no problems you're looking at about a 12 minutes or so from richmond cross that span and on to one o one in marion county, golden gate this particular time. yes, you can see some of the haze in front of the headlights. but no problems. 20 minutes nevado into the city. the warriors. they are back in action tonight on the road facing the dallas mavericks. one of the warriors trying all he can to make the all-star team for the first time in his career kron 4 sports director jason dumas has the story. >> lost in the very justified buzz of klay thompson's upcoming return is the fact that andrew wiggins is quietly making a case to be coming all-star for the first time in his career. wiggins is averaging 19 points per game and has successfully been guarding the best wing player on the opposing team night in and night out for the dup klay
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thompson said that makes him one of the top 2 way players in basketball playing on the best team in the league that my friends is objective. lee. true. since december. 1st wiggins is shooting 54% from the 3. now you have to figure steph curry and draymond green will be shoo ins for golden state. but history tells you that the team with the top record. usually get 3 guys in. so if you ask andrew winning does matter and he hopes to be recognized for that. >> how's that for for all stars you know, the best they are, you know, that suspect stuff they've done. like i that you now, you may. are
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one? >> would be nice to see week in the all-star game in cleveland. the team that drafted him before he was traded to minnesota to the ice. the sharks in detroit taking on the red wing. second period. they trade up 2 zip adding insult to injury tyler. but tuesday with the short-handed goal. his second of the game. it 3 nothing now. moments later, highest center says me too. broad want to get into that's his second goal of the game as well detroit corps it on san jose fall. 62 those take on the sabres on thursday like it's done to much of society. covid-19 continues to turn the sports world upside down on tuesday, stanford university and now it's that all winter sports that take place in door will be limited to only student athletes and their families. so if you are planning to go see the defending national champion women's basketball team or the men unless you are a family
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member. it's looking like a no-go. these changes are effective immediately stanford athletic director bernard muir says full spectator attendance for all events will resume as soon as appropriate as for spectators at outdoor winter events that will be seated socialrdistancing and will require to wear a mask. staying on the college level. one of the most anticipated local hoops matchup of the season has been postponed santa clara was set to host saint mary's on thursday. but the gaels don't have enough bodies because the players in covid protocols saint mary's is projected as a tournament team this year. the 12 3 on the young season. they have been playing great ball. meanwhile, santa clara not too shabby as well. they're 10 5 on the year. a makeup game for that contest has not been announced yet. again. the league leading warriors best record in the nba facing the
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yet made it halfway. it is wednesday. rain and january 5th a great start. we don't see any major traffic problems on the bay area. >> and it was not biting cold this morning. ram happy about that. all good things and like will said, you deserve a round of from a gutted midway through the weekend. also behind this. you can see one of the dot cruise ships here and they're in for a really nice forecast for today. nothing like we saw yesterday we were tracking it. the rain across the bay area. you can see much quieter conditions on our radar future cast does show us we are going to see some rain in the forecast this morning up in the north bay but that has been a taper out throughout the day and then we're going to have clouds throughout the morning and some dense fog scattered across the bay area. we just had a high surf advisory that just ended at 06:00am so that's some good news for people out there near the coastal areas. get a look at our current temperatures outside right now, not hot but definitely warmer than the start of the week. the late


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