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from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news. >> that breaking news just into our newsroom a few minutes ago. is that west contra, costa school district will be closing all of its schools on friday. the 7th and on monday, the 10th due to rising cases of the omicron variant. the school district is telling everyone to isolate as much as they can during this time off, people associate with the school and they say that everyone needs to get tested for omicron before returning to school on the 11th and it is not just the schools. all district offices will be closed as
well, which includes there are 3 new testing sites. we do want to stress to school closures do not begin until friday. this is a developing story. we will continue to bring you additional information as we learn more details. >> and our other top story tonight, the alameda county sheriff's office has revealed the identity of the recruit. >> who was shot and killed last night along interstate 5.80, in oakland. his name is david nowhere. good evening, everybody. thank you for joining us for kron 4 news tonight at 8, i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne. we first brought you that story as breaking news last night at 8 o'clock. the investigation is ongoing as investigators are hoping to find. >> someone who was on interstate 5.80, at the time last night that might have scenes that shooting take place kron four's haaziq mod-yoon has the latest officials with the alameda county sheriff's office confirmed the identity of the academy recruit killed in a deadly freeway shooting as 28 year-old, david with in your career and you remember
anything happened. >> you know, i've i've i've asked certainly don't remember this in my career and i've pasked some people have been around a little longer retire people. they don't ever remember anything like this happening either. cad amiah person was was murdered and that nobody can remember that you're looking at a solid video of recruit with leaving the highland hospital with the american flag draped over his body. the victim of a shooting tuesday on west bound. 5.80, heading toward san francisco. he was on his way home after recruit training with the academy. >> it was around 04:30pm with the california highway patrol responded to a call for a solo vehicle collision. so officers quickly determined upon arriving the individual involved in the crash and also that shot. >> the chp is leading the investigation through investigation. it was determined a round had struck the right front passenger window of the prius. >> and then struck the driver
officials at the regional training centers say peer counseling is being made available for any recruit who may need it. >> what you care about. >> yeah. according to the. academy people, i'm highly motivated. just a good. kind of a kind of a leader in the academy. so is this is tough for them. >> the california highway patrol has released no information on any possible suspects. investigators are asking any drivers with dashboard cameras traveling in the area around the time of the shooting to check to see if they may have recorded review your footage. >> if you see anything that could be of use to our investigators. please notify us. >> that was our has made you reporting tonight. the alameda county sheriff's office has opened an account at the police credit union for donations that would go to help them win family and you can find that information on our website. kron 4 dot com.
>> a federal judge has sentenced a woman to almost 6 and a half years in prison after she was convicted of supplying fentanyl to the father of a 13 month-old child. authorities say the ana zamora sold fentanyl that was traced to a drug deal in the tenderloin district back in december of 2019, the center is a father and the child came into contact with the drug and died. prosecutors say the fentanyl in question was passed from a honduran drug dealer in the tenderloin to 3 others and then the father zamora. lindsey williams and shane cratty of all been convicted in connection with the fentanyl distribution conspiracy last month. the san francisco board of supervisors voted overwhelmingly to approve an emergency declaration which addresses the overdose epidemic in the tenderloin district. however, the fate of mayor london. breed's decoration is unclear supervisor. aaron peskin recently introduced a motion to withdraw the board's support. turning now to our coronavirus coverage 10 days before the state's indoor mask mandate was set to expire,
california health and human services secretary doctor mark galli announced set the mandate is here to stay, at least until mid february and doctor galley made the announcement during a teleconference today. he also talked about concerns regarding hospitals and address the upcoming super bowl in los angeles. kron four's dan kerman has more. >> wearing a mask while in indoor public places will continue at least for a little more than a month and a teleconference wednesday. california secretary of health and human services announced the state is extending its indoor mask mandate, at least through february 15th, at which point they will decide whether to rescind it or extended again, look, you know where we are with our hospital >> looking at whether that pressure is going to continue, whether we're coming over clearly coming that we're seeing for and that pressure and cool. >> well, doctor mark galli says those facts and boosted are unlikely to get severely ill from the omicron variant california, emergency rooms and hospitals are filling up
and state officials are concerned. >> this time last year that we were to peak on our total hospitalizations and that we so that he could about 53,000 total hospitalizations, not just covid all condition are hostage. as of this morning. we were approaching 51,000 individuals in the hospital of the nearly 51,000 patients in hospitals. now. >> they're due to covid-19 and among those are many more young people. good news is. >> hospital pediatric hospitals cost the state, children's hospitals as well as many hospitals to take care of young people have well supported that they are able to take on the current demands and that many of the young people, although they are admitted with covid and not being admitted to the icu pick used pediatric intensive care unit. >> with cases skyrocketing in los angeles county home to next month's super bowl. the nfl is said to be looking at
alternative sites just in case. but doctor galley gave no indication the state will put a stop to the game. i think californians are excited. >> just see that i'm going to the work is to make sure that as it is a moving forward as planned mitigation strategies 50 around that doctor galley says california is also pushing ahead with in-person learning. he says no plans to move it online. >> he says mitigation measures are in place to keep students safe. he also is encouraging young people and old people and those in between to step up the type of mask they use the old cloth mask alone. he says he's no longer doing the job. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> san mateo county is adding a new covid testing site expanding hours at some existing sites starting friday. a new testing site will open in the san mateo county event center parking light parking lot. that's on
saratoga drive. officials say appointments are required for testing at that site. and on monday next week, san mateo county will offer up to 500 engine tests in san bruno. the address is listed there on your screen on san bruno west. also the testing site at the college of san mateo which runs 5 days a week will increase from 8 to 12 hours per day. >> teachers in san francisco are unhappy with how the district is handling this current covid surge. they say administrators are not doing enough to keep teachers and students safe some 620 educators were out sick yesterday alone and as kron four's, rob nesbitt explains union leaders are calling the district's response a failure. >> when you have more than 600 teachers and staff members out sick. it creates a headache with lesson plans. union members say the san francisco school district should have already had a plan in place to handle omicron the united educators of san francisco say they asked the district to have a covid plan in place
back in august. but without results, union, president kasandra couriel says the district isn't doing enough to keep the virus out of schools. >> as u.s. does not require a negative test for adults or children to return to school buildings. yet. and does not have a vaccine mandate for close to a mandate for adults. she says the district should provide kn 95 mask to everyone entering a classroom as well as have a plan in place to cover sick days when teachers test positive for covid >> request the san francisco board of education. president gabriela lopez supports after more than 400 educators were out sick monday and more than 600 called out tuesday classrooms with students who don't have the necessary people and supplies. >> we needed in order to safely learn anyone who knows. teaching know. these are not environment conducive to learning according to superintendent doctor vincent matthews, the district has been operating. the largest covid testing sites in the city. >> he responded to the unions claim saying, quote, as we return from winter break this week. we encourage testing set
up new testing sites and send out information about numerous ways to get tested prior to school reopening. >> throughout this week. and this weekend we are making rapid testing available at several schools and district headquarters. doctor mathews says the district received a shipment of rapid tests from the state that will be distributed to each school. and then as that usd has been handing out surgical and cloth mask for months and will continue to do so this week and next, the union will be meeting with school leaders, thursday to discuss their request for mass testing and covid sick leave. says the district's answers will decide if teachers go on strike in san francisco. i'm rob nesbitt to kron 4 news. >> nurses caring for patients infected with covid say the omicron variant has been especially ruthless among children in the past week. the centers for disease control and prevention says new hospital admissions for children with covid increase to 66% nationally. that is a record high since the bank get pandemic began 2 years ago. nurses we talked to say the
availability of vaccine for children will not do much good if they continue to congregate and not adhere to physical distancing and masking protocols. >> new research reveals hispanic women are more than twice as likely to contract covid during pregnancy. the study from center health is warning expectant mothers at this increases the risk of death for both themselves and their unborn child. it could also develop high blood pressure which can lead to slower restricted growth of a fetus and damage to several internal organs for mom. researchers say the best prevention is to get vaccinated. >> if you vaccinated, you are less likely to people that develop severe a progression of covid because that is where are we getting once it compromises lower respiratory system, especially that is when we have battle. order to combat the disease. >> this news follows a cdc announcement that covid 19
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>> a vast new nature preserve has been announced in california that offers animals a lot more room to roam the randall preserve covers about 112 square miles from the southern sierra nevada to had to be mountains. it essentially creates a wildlife corridor between northern and southern california and it includes a diverse landscape from forest to desert too. hilly grassland animals, including mountain lions, eagles, even salamanders. we'll have lots of suitable habitat without the threat of encroaching development. the reserve was made possible through the efforts of the nonprofit nature conservancy. gosh, really love this story all right. let's check on our 4 zone. weather forecast with a look outside. that's a pretty shot. even with the haze of the fog over the city is still really pretty over san francisco. yeah, guys, we've got fog that is filtering in now. more of that on the way. some of that ground fog all the way down to
the surface. >> this remnants of all those raindrops that came to the bay area last couple days now we're starting to see some dense fog forming outside something you have to watch for, especially. >> late tonight, early tomorrow morning before it begins to break up temperatures today. yeah. this measure sunshine. the san jose snuck up to 64 degrees just a little bit above the average 62 in livermore 61 degrees in concord, cooling off the patchy fog in santa rosa 59 to 57 in both san francisco and also into oakland doppler radar showing you some showers to our north. the bay area staying dry now. but the low clouds and fog of kind of settled in here for the night and will probably continue to thicken up specially right near the surface as these temperatures dropping as close to the dew point, that's the point where you start to form. do we start to get the cloud formation outside. we're going to see that overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning that could lead to some very thick fog forecast for some of amount of fog in the distance. you can bail see tomorrow. a very low as we head through the night tonight that fog thickens up almost getting down to 0 visibility even in
the san francisco. this fog kind of walks about. so they'll be times when you can see some of that fog rolling on through and you won't have any visibility. all that all of a sudden it will start to clear up of the tweet about midnight and about 08:00am tomorrow morning. we're talking about some very thick fog around the bay area. so be careful early on with the commute that it should begin lift after 9 o'clock or so. and start to clear out by the afternoon. but temperatures outside right now, 56 degrees in san jose just 56 also in dublin, 52 degrees in pacifica with that cloud cover overhead, keeping these temperatures fairly similar around much of the bay area. one cool spot, 48 degrees right now in fairfield, high pressure kind of moved in along the coastline that ridge is going to build in, i think for a day. so that's going to dry things out for us for at least a day. but georgia see this next storm system off the coast line. that's going to be moving in as we get into thought friday that will bring with another round of some rain. it looks like just before the weekend tomorrow should be a dry day. those high pressure builds in that will bring with it some sunshine, a couple sunny breaks into the afternoon. so a lot of that fog, it's going
to take some time to break it up and not going to clear all that. but overnight tonight. yeah, there's that fog building into the central valley. if you're driving up and down the san joaquin at down on i 5 or 99 the care of some very thick to leave fog. there as we head in toward friday. here comes your storm begin to roll into the bay area and there comes and there goes by the afternoon. looks like that will be moving out of town temperatures tomorrow. i'm going to be on the cool side highs generally in the 50's. the next couple days. we're going to keep the numbers down just a bit. slight chance of showers as we head in toward thursday night. rain likely on friday morning, saturday and sunday right now, look dry. that cat can la's most famous mountain lion has been spotted again in the hollywood hills, a mountain lion known as p 22. >> the seen walking through this homeowner's backyard. homeowners say the visit lasted about 5 to 10 minutes and the homeowner was able to capture a couple of good shots
air of the animal on her home security system. the big cat was last spotted before this in the same neighborhood back in november. wildlife officials been tracking p 22 as it's known since 2012 and they say they believe he's the only mountain lion who calls the hollywood hills and griffith park home. >> amazon delivery driver stephanie lontz. she is seen on doorbell camera video keeping an aggressive dog from attacking a girl and her small dog. this happened in las vegas about a month ago now loans is being recognized for her roic actions by the county commissioners there. they issued a proclamation and gave her a medal of honor during their meeting yesterday. lynn says that she hopes that her actions inspire others to act when facing a similar situation. still ahead tonight at 8, a lesson in tree at a
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that announcement today with organizers saying there was just too many risks due to the omicron variant. the ceremony had been scheduled for january 31st in los angeles with a live audience and performances. no new date has yet been announced. and that's not all. the 79th annual golden globe awards are going forward. but without an audience this year, the hollywood foreign press announced that it is taking extra precautions to protect the nominees who will be attending from the covid surge that ceremony will be on sunday in los angeles. the globes have also eliminated the red carpet all attendees required to wear masks and to practice social distancing at all times while indoors and in brazil celebrations for kind of all in rio de janeiro canceled due to the spreading omicron variant, the city's mayor saying street parades and parties would not be happening and that the parade by rio's samba schools would still take place. the public
usually watches that particular parade in the stands. typically kind of all dogs. hundreds of thousands of party goers every year. other brazilian cities are following rios lead with cancellations or scale back events in sao paulo. the parade is being transferred from the streets to the city's formula one racetrack. >> macy's is shortening its store hours for the rest of the month to prepare for potential staffing issues due to surging omicron cases. the store will now be open monday through thursday from 11:00am until 08:00pm the hours remain unchanged from friday to set a sunday. macy's is the latest retailer modifying or temporarily closing stores to deal with the effects of the variant walmart recently shuttered 60 stores to thoroughly sanitize those while all apple stores in new york city have been closed to indoor shopping since last month. coming up here on kron, 4 news at 8. we continue our coverage of the january 6 insurrection. >> speaker nancy pelosi reflects on that day and why
there's still a large portion of the country which critics say are trying to whitewash the insurrection. and as our washington, dc correspondent kelli meyer tells us tomorrow will be. >> about more than just looking back at the riot but also trying to find ways to make sure it can't happen again. >> we're sharing information better. we are signing responsibilities. people know what their responsibilities are. police on capitol hill stepping up preparations ahead of the one-year anniversary of the january 6th attack. >> and assuring members of congress that they can and will protect them. the u.s. capitol police chief promising improvements have been made to the force of the aftermath of the attack despite major staffing shortages since january 6th. 153 officers have retired or resigned leaving them with a shortfall of 447 officers. there were so many capitol officers. >> who were. >> stricken wounded injured and inflicted by post-traumatic stress syndrome that a lot of them
>> investigations into the attack. still ongoing house panel looking into how it happened. interviewing more than 300 witnesses and issuing dozens of subpoenas to trump allies. the fbi and doj pressing ahead vowing to find those involved today. 725 people have been arrested and charged for their roles in the january 6th attack. the actions we have taken far. >> will not be our last. >> today the justice department giving an update on where the investigation stands, what they call the largest and most intensive and its history. we have issued over 5,000 subpoenas and search warrants. >> seized approximately 2000 devices fears of a future attack front of might according to an axios poll 57% of americans, about half of republicans and 7 in 10 democrats believe more events like january 6th will happen in the next 2 years. the
reality. >> of this poll while should be a jarring wake-up call for every american. >> kelli meyer reporting for us tonight. one of the events happening at the capitol tomorrow to mark january. 6 is a virtual roundtable discussion hosted by oakland congresswoman barbara lee. we have links to that on our website. you can go to kron 4 dot com. >> tomorrow's anniversary will likely conjure up a lot of traumatic memories for lawmakers and capitol employees who were there and that includes house speaker nancy pelosi. you may remember some of the rioters specifically targeteher and when they could not find her. they trashed her office instead, all of the damage that was done to the capital and to democracy that day. speaker pelosi stresses it was an attempted insurrection which was not successful. >> we won that night. michael c one that night. these people because of the courageous work
of the capitol police and metropolitan police and others of they were deterred and their action to stop the peaceful transfer of power. it was a failure for them. it was a victory for democracy as we return to the capitol that night. 2 again ratify the peaceful transfer of power. >> speaker pelosi added while she is confident capitol police have made enough improvements to security to prevent anything like this from happening again. she says we still need to address the mindset that brought thousands of people to the capitol that day in the first place. >> we have to improve the attitude in the country that violence is not a means to an end. that was long. that was wrong. but it is not just wrong that the congress is about violence against anyone in our country some which all about the future. and the future is that america's
resilience, america's greatness. america's. it's always prevail and that we will survive even what we went through last year. >> meantime, you may remember this. the man pictured putting his feet on the speaker. pelosi's desk 61 year-old richard barnett. well, he is out on bail right now after spending more than 4 months in jail following the insurrection a date for his trial has not yet been set. >> the smithsonian museum is working to make sure no one forgets events of january 6 by continuing to collect artifacts from that insurrection employees with the smithsonian's national museum of american history started collecting items on january 7th and some of their items in the collection include a black vest worn by a journalist protest signs and whips and sticks that were used as weapons. you officials say there currently is no plan to hold an actual exhibit.
>> it's time for us to check on the 4 zone forecast looking through the thick fog that is shrouded the golden gate bridge. we're going to head from the surf to the sierra our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, although was cute. yeah. how about california? it may be and why to sometimes. but hey, we've got that snow out there donner summit. of course, the roadways have opened up. >> you can ice things up overnight tonight. so some cold temperatures. so if you're traveling at night, you got to be careful going across the high country. of course, in early tomorrow morning. but just a ton of snow up there to ski on. but you one time it out if you're traveling up in the high country between the storms tomorrow looks like a good day friday. not so much. you can see that next storm system coming in. so if you're planning to sneak up for the weekend. you might want to try and get away tomorrow at some point and enjoy that nice snow on friday and then over the weekend should dry out and then more storms return as we head into our monday, although it doesn't look like much a chance we could see a few
snowflakes returning the mountaintops a monday afternoon and then maybe another one coming in late on wednesday. so things stay a little bit unsettled up there. so you're definitely going to want to time your travel in between some of these storms tomorrow looks dry. the one thing to worry about. you head into the delta across the central valley. got to watch out for that ground fog. that's going to be very thick tomorrow morning. probably lifting just after about 09:00am or so snow returning to the mountain tops as we head in toward friday, temperatures are going to be cold all throughout then dry weekend expected across the high country. but things are going to get a little active there over the next few days around here to tomorrow, we're going to catch a break in all the stormy weather highs tomorrow afternoon in the 50's and the 60's and then the next couple of tomorrow should be a nice dry day and we haven't had many and then friday we turn to some rain at least in the morning. i think the commute early on friday may be an issue by the afternoon. we dry things out and that will set the stage for what looks like a dry weekend ahead. thank lawrence. this is how not to dispose of your christmas tree. >> look at this. somebody just shove their christmas tree out the window of a 5 story
apartment in san francisco. it's on the 5th floor. so you can imagine it made quite a scene when it hit the ground there. kron 4 talk was recology san francisco about the do's and don'ts of recycling trees. white recycling is good for the planet. >> well, we want we collect 500 tons of christmas trees during the first 2 weeks of january big part of the recycling effort in san francisco to keep all those trees out of the landfill. take it out to the curb the night before your regularly scheduled collection day. >> he adds to make sure you take out any nails it may be in christmas stands. they can't go through the clip. chippers and they could injure someone if they're still there. the most she eventually goes to city parks and helps with drought measures by keeping the soil moist for plants to grow. still ahead tonight, we're marking a very special anniversary for the golden gate bridge. stay with us.
a skiing accident in south lake tahoe. the 62 year-old singer and actor turned us congressman from southern california have been on vacation with his wife and young children when he decided to ski alone, he was reported missing several hours later and his body was found that evening. police say bono had skied into a wooded area and hit a tree. >> and on january 5th 1933 construction started on the symbol of the bay area. the golden gate bridge the idea for the suspension bridge between the city and the north bay dates back as far as 1869 after the gold rush boom construction on the nearly 2 mile long bridge took more than 4 years before it officially opened in 1937 and now there she is. 88 years later since the first shuttle broke ground with its tall towers and internationally known paint the golden gate is a famous american landmark. hard to see with the one icon
to anoth r today in 1920 the new york yankees announced and purchased the contract of a heavy hitter and future legend babe ruth from the boston red sox. >> for a $125,000. a lot of money back then. the rest of course, is history that led the yankees to become the most successful franchise in baseball. ruth went on to smash his own home run record dominating the game and increasing yankee revenues to the point where they could build yankee stadium. the house that ruth built. and of course for the red sox. it began the curse of the bambino era which said wait a long 86 years before they won a world series after they sold routes contract. coming up in sports. seth curry has a tough night in the big d jason do want to tell you if the warriors were able to overcome is rare off
>> another check on our 4 zone weather forecast. a live look outside tonight at the transamerica pyramid and san francisco skyline. and you can see the fog back there in the background. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow has a look ahead. >> yeah, guys, that fog is really settling in tonight. i think that will be the major weather story for tonight. there's been so much rain over the past few days. in fact, the past month or so now all that moisture is on the ground and you start to see results here. we get true ground fog. developing at the golden gate bridge in many spots around the bay area overnight tonight, the visibilities are going to be running very poorly. but overnight tonight
you'll see that ground fog kind of settling in as we take you through the night tonight and then early tomorrow morning. you'll see it inside the bay. you'll see into the delta early on all the way into the central valley. so if you're traveling up to the top something got to think about he leave early in the morning thinking you get there fast. you may get of that ground fog and that's going to take some extra time now as we head through the morning hours after at 09:00am, or so that fog should begin to lift a bit. still a lot of clouds around. we're going to see is some sunny breaks in between and then maybe even a little drizzle continuing along the coastline. otherwise it looks like things are going to shift gears again as we'll see a dry day. it looks like for the most part tomorrow and then we start to talk about some rain as we get into friday. all right. let's your temperatures around the bay area for tomorrow into san francisco looking at about a cool 54 degrees. mostly cloudy in the san francisco with that fog. maybe a little drizzle the sun side as well as long as you head toward the coastline plan on being a little bit damp out there along the immediate coast. she got that fog out there. a little drizzle go
along with that 53 degrees in pacifica 56 in half moon bay inside the bay. you can see the clouds as well. mostly cloudy skies in the millbrae 54 in south san francisco, 55 in millbrae headed down the peninsula. 57 degrees in mount view and about 57 degrees. also in san carlos santa clara valley. we'll likely see some sunshine in between some of those clouds should remain mostly dry outside by tomorrow afternoon 50's and some low 60's real possibility in the tri valley starting out a whole lot of fog early on about 57 degrees in pleasant about 58 in livermore, 55 degrees in san leandro. 57 in moraga and one place really got to watch out for these kind of situations. the delta, some of the valleys, the napa valley. you're likely to see that fog very throughout the morning hours and in toward tomorrow morning. looks slowly breaking up by about 9.10, o'clock but never fully breaking up. we'll see a lot of clouds around the bay area tomorrow temperatures going to stay on the cool side plan. a number generally in the 50's chance of rain returning again late thursday night into friday and then saturday and
sunday look dry slight chance of showers come monday, another chance of rain, the following wednesday. thank you, lawrence. >> take a look at how the daughters of chicago bulls star player demar derozan show their dad some support during a tense free-throw last night. the roses bulls are taking on the orlando magic in chicago. he stepped up to the free throw line late in the 4th quarter and the tv broadcast spotted his daughter's courtside, mimicking dads free-throw routine athletes are notoriously routine driven. and it seems as if roses girls have dad style down. pat, the bulls beat the magic 102 to 98. back here in the bay area. we are quickly approaching clay thompson's first game back with the lawyers. lot of people excited about that. he could make his return this sunday after spending more than 2 years away from the game dealing with those injuries. >> if you want to be at chase center for his return. it's going going to cost you right now. tickets for thompson's possible return are being listed as high as $14,000 for
the dubs came against the cleveland cavaliers. hopefully those are really good seats. according to the website, sports buzz warriors tickets are currently the most expensive in the nba and across the league. the average ticket price this season is up 29% since 2 years ago. >> and now kron 4 sports from the 18 t fiber sports desk. >> well, after tonight's game against the warriors. the dallas mavericks retired the jersey of the best shooting. big man of all time. dirk nowitzki, unfortunately for the dubs, their best shooter who happens to be the best shooter of all time. he just couldn't get a going. here's another great shooter. klay thompson getting ready for that. the probable return at home against the cavs. that's this sunday. 1st half jalen brunson uses the screen. yeah. the nastiest floater in the
league that put dallas up 12. they led by 11 at the break. steph, only one of 10 in the 1st half. 3rd quarter luka doncic through the contact. get way up. he had 26 points tremendous young player, but now they want to 23 run. steph. it would be given go leah to give them the lead later on jta to pride and joy of east oakland fakes the handoff and punches one with authority. then the maps took control of this another good floater. this time is tim hardaway junior. you guys know his dad from run dmc run tmc whatever they caught it. he had 14 off the bench. dorian finney-smith. now 3 pointer. that put dallas up 13. he had 17 curry finished only 14 points. 5 of 24 shooting, one of 9 from beyond the arc. they lose 99 to 82 after the game curry who's dealing with a quad contusion talk about his shooting issues.
>> and not going in >> but it the course of this year has been pretty last stretch is not being great and even my >> so you just got to stick with the program. never been reactive in terms of tough shooting nights or whatever, the same process and just. >> understand the big picture. what we're trying to do and what i'm trying to sample was going back to what they did to brooklyn nets guard kyrie irving made his season debut. >> tonight. he hasn't played all season long because he's unvaccinated in new york city rules forbids him. >> to play a home game. but the nets they have begun allowing him to participate in road games with the squad. are being finished with 22 points and brooklyn's win over the pacers. the forty-niners season is on the line this sunday. and as of now, no one knows who will be the starting quarterback, maybe kyle
shanahan does. but either way from not an ideal spot to be in jimmy g threw the ball today at practice. but he still acknowledge there is some pain and discomfort in that thumb. trey lance, he got the start last weekend. he was solid for the most part, the niners will be down in los angeles taking on the rams. kyle shanahan has said if jimmy is comfortable, he will get the nod, but comfortable. well, you know, it's a very relative term. >> it's pretty good talk session. yesterday. i just you know, john, to get the motion back and everything i get that feeling where i want to feel. i think way in to where we did definitely helped get him to this point. but i mean, i think each day's a new experience with it. so it's going to be mainly on jimmy a jimmy space and just talking to him and making sure he doesn't push it too hard to get chance for sunday. i'm trying to get back to mild motion just, you know, fluid and everything like that. but just take some time. it's a process but working in the right direction.
dubai. start of the year by breaking a guinness record for the largest champagne glass pyramid. >> almost 55,000 glasses filled with champagne. the palm hotel broke the previous record set in madrid back in 2017, the pyramids to more than 27 feet tall and it took 5 days to put it together. look at all those classes, the towers in place until january 1st and then it was taken down
to have those classes recycled. no word what happened to all that champagne. what happened when it got to the bottom, there's a college course introduced this year that takes the phrase i majored in partying in college, literally cnn all in northern france is offering a master's degree in drinking eating and living university is well known for its political science program but branched out with new and unique courses this year. this particular course includes lessons in astronomy diplomacy, food tech and terrestrial foods. >> this library in north dakota is helping children learn to read with encouragement from furry friends on the first tuesday of each month reading education assistance dogs. all right. the note public library children, our families can spend 15 minutes reading to the dogs. the children's librarian says the therapy dogs program, which is called the bismarck animals reading with kids program or bark
helps put the children at ease and feel more confident when learning. >> the kiddo's, they feel judged. they feel like not comfortable and the dogs just give them a really calm environment and honestly the dogs love listening to the bucks and love the kids so much. >> the my not library and say that there's always a line to get some reading time with those animals. >> and a man who thought he lost his cat and the devastating colorado wildfire got the surprise of his life this week. camden hall was working out of town last thursday when the fire burn down his home. he says he wasn't sure what happened to his cat merlin who was inside the home at the time. so he turned to social media for help. a neighbor reached out saying that she found mirlande in front of one of the only home still standing in the area hall says he went from feeling he had lot, not that he had nothing left to 7 lee having everything he needs.
>> only thing that went through my mind was maryland. i just felt broken. so just like rep maisel out, my heart goes out to. all the pats and the families for those to stay hopeful. >> maryland suffer from some burns on his face and a few singed whiskers. his owner says that he's been recovering, though, quickly. >> and it's good for morale and and 4 zone or the girl scouts are giving dessert lovers a new indulgent treat. they're called adventure falls. the news salted caramel brownie cookies are available starting next week and will be available for preorder depending on the troop location cookie sale preorders begin next friday and the girls will begin delivering the cookies after february 21st. so get your order in now. and that wraps up kron 4 news at 8 o'clock. but the news continues tonight on kron. 4 news at 9. and here's what we're working on west contra. costa county schools and offices closing later this week as a district. >> grapples with a covid
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you're watching kron. 4 news at crowd here here now and can't abandon the tools that we've used to achieve our collective success. >> now at 9.10, days before it was set to expire. california health and human services secretary doctor mark galli announced the indoor mask mandate is here to stay until at least mid-february. thank you for joining us on kron 4 news at 9. i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne, the extended mask mandate comes as emergency rooms across california are filling up with covid cases. >> doctors say those who are vaccinated and boosted are unlikely to get severely ill from the omicron variant. >> but state officials say they're still concerned. >> this time last year that we were to peak on our total hospitalizations and that we so that he could about 53,000 total hospitalizations, not just covid all condition are hostage. as of this morning.