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92% saw visibly firmer skin in just 4 weeks. neutrogena® for people with skin. >> now from the bay local news station. this is kron. 4 news at 3. >> and not just lost an election. he tried to prevent the peaceful transfer of power. as a violent mob breached the capitol. but they fail. >> today marks one year since rioters stormed the nation's capitol in an attempt to overturn the 2020 presidential election. lawmakers in the nation remembering this deadly assault with president biden placing blame on former president donald trump. and thank you so much for joining
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us here this thursday right here on kron. 4 news at 3. i'm justine waltman. president joe biden accuse for as president donald trump and his supporters of holding a, quote, dagger at the throat of democracy as he marked the anniversary of the attack on the u.s. capitol, the president's remarks launch the start of a daylong remembrance capitol hill in our washington correspondent jessi tenure reports and how the nation's top leaders are remembering the attack. president biden never mentioned his predecessor by name, but made it very clear who he believes is responsible for january 6th. >> he can except the last president joe biden's voice filled statuary hall at the u.s. capitol where one year ago supporters of former president donald trump attacked police broke windows and carried the confederate flag for the first time in our history. president. and not just lost an election. he tried to prevent the peaceful transfer of power. as a
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violent mob breached the capitol. the president forcefully blamed his predecessor for the attack and pushed back on his claims about the election results. you can't love your country only when you when vice president kamala harris was still a senator at the time and stressed, it wasn't clear then how the attack would end. how close we came to an election over turned. the fertility of democracy, harris and her colleagues alternately return to the capitol later that night to certify the election results which house speaker nancy pelosi, one of the riders main targets, said proved their efforts failed the congress because of the courage of all the view rose to oath and protect our democracy. republicans largely kept a low profile thursday with many of them in georgia for the funeral of their former colleague, senator johnny isaacson. this week, trump canceled his own january 6 event but released a statement reviving his attack on president biden and the democratic party accusing them of rigging the election. and
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instead of only speeches, prayer vigils and moments of silence. the house committee investigating the attack plans to show the american people exactly what happened on that day. there are a series of public hearings in the coming months. >> in washington, i'm jessi tenure. capitol rioters came looking for house speaker nancy pelosi wanting to kill her when they could not find her. they trashed her office instead. and pelosi says there was damage done. >> not only to the capitol building but also to democracy as well. but she says it is important to remember that the attempted insurrection failed. >> we won that night. won 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 they it was a failure for them. it was a victory for
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democracy as we return to the capitol that night. 2, again, ratify the peaceful transfer of power. >> pelosi added that while she is confident capitol police have made enough improvements to security to prevent anything like this from happening again, she said the mindset that brought thousands of people to the capital still needs to be addressed. >> 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. always prevail and that we will survive even. but we went through last year. >> the man here pictured putting his feet up on the
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speaker's desk. 61 year-old richard barnett. well, he is now 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. and there will be several days of remembrance and action rallies nationwide and here in the bay area, a rally just started at 3 o'clock in san mateo at 300 south el camino reality front of the bank of america. there also be a rally at 4.15, at san francisco's civic center. plaza events will also be held in castro valley at 4.30, and in napa at 5 o'clock tonight, organizers say some of the biggest events will be held in oakland that starts at 05:30am tonight. it will be held in downtown at frank ogawa plaza. they're also be a candlelight vigil and mayor libby shaft is scheduled to speak there. a rally will be held at the corner of north main street in mount diablo boulevard and walnut creek that starts at 05:30am tonight. bay area congresswoman jackie spear also hosted a virtual town
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hall last night with police officers who are on duty the day of the insurrection. >> not much has changed since january 6, 2021. and we still have politicians that engage in the same insightful, violent rhetoric. and in many ways they've doubled down. >> congresswoman spear will be joining us tonight during kron. 4 news at 5 o'clock. make sure you tune in for that. they'll be asking her some questions about what she remembers from that day. how we move forward. and at 3.30, this afternoon, oakland representative barbara lee will be hosting a virtual round table discussion on the insurrection. we have links to that on our website. kron 4 dot com. in the san ramon valley. the school district is sending covid test kits home with students and kron four's. charles covert explains the process and the importance. >> well, this week, the san ramon valley unified school district received a shipment
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of 30,000 of these covid-19 tests from the state. there are 2 tests per box in the district is working as quickly as it can just days before the start of the school year to get them handed out. >> there are many students thursday morning. the san ramon unified school district began handing out free covid-19 testing kits to all parents. school doesn't start until next week, but the district wanted to get the test out as soon as possible. district hopes parents will keep their children home next week if they test positive thus increasing. the odds that the schools won't have to close or move to distance learning. >> we want all the tools that that are at our disposal to be in in the hands of families so that they have an idea of where they stand with covid. >> the free tests are also welcome by parents with surging covid cases in the community making a test appointment has become difficult. >> it's impossible. first of all, to the test anywhere right now. other think as we go to their awful. even the testing through the school on in-person appointments full. so that home test kits. hopeful. >> the district plans to
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continue handing out tests on friday from 10 to one here at the san ramon valley unified school district education center and also at mana vista high school gayle ranch, middle school and pine valley middle school in contra costa county charles clifford kron. 4 news. >> a big story out of the east bay today. the west contra costa unified school district has announced it's going to close all of its campuses tomorrow and next monday because of a covid surge during those 2 days, all the school campuses within the district will undergo a deep cleaning. the move coming after kron. 4 learned that the doors at martin luther king junior elementary school and in that's in richmond are closed after a covid-19 outbreak at that school starting next week. teachers and staff members in the district will be required to wear k n 95 medical masks while they are at work before returning to classes next. tuesday's students and staff are advised also to get tested for covid. also today,
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hundreds of teachers called out sick in san francisco. some are participating in a sick out in order to bring attention to their health and safety concerns in the classroom. regarding covid-19 kron four's haaziq mod-yoon has the story. >> today we are seeing 616 teacher absences, which is about twice as many teacher absences of the san francisco unified school district on a single day prior to the pandemic. we had 2 covid cases. my school yesterday. rory abernathy is describing her experience after returning from winter break monday to teachers. students at james did mid middle school in san francisco. she is one of the teachers participating in a sick out for public health and safety relating to covid-19. she talks about what it's been like since returning to school like i've won class as 34 kids one class. it has. >> you 26 kids. so there's no social distancing and then i'm
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walking around the room like squeezing in between the and i and i also want to add it's been freezing. >> because all the windows are open. let's go make you feel. >> comfortable with returning to school to teach your class number >> okay. number one is kn 95 mask. >> daily disposable. >> for every teacher and every staff member on campus. the response from sf usd spokesperson lower the price usd has been distributing ppe, including surgical and cloth masks monthly to all schools throughout the fall. we're going to continue to distribute ppe and include kn 95 mask to school sites this week. number 2. >> we need daily. >> testing access to daily testing for kids and for teachers at every single school site every single day. >> are they on sides today will be out maybe tomorrow. and as of next week. >> right. we're hoping to get them to this week and next
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week. it is a big, you know, distribution plan. we have over 119 schools in the district. the meantime, to cover teacher absences during the sick out officials at sf usd say they are calling in teacher credentialed support staff to add to the substitute teachers filling in. has it made you kron 4 news? >> right contra costa county supervisor is handing out at-home covid testing kits supervisor dan burgess's holding a drive-thru event last until 4 o'clock this afternoon at the oakley recreation center of the address is there on your screen. each car can receive to test kits and this is while supplies last and goes for another 45 minutes or so. and here in san francisco, another cruise ship is dealing with a covid outbreak. several passengers on a ruby princess cruise ship tested positive after a trip to mexico. the ship returned this morning to the port. it's now docked in
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san francisco. the cruise is operated as a vaccinated crews. that means you have to be vaccinated in order to travel on the ship. but princess cruises says it found several passengers who were asymptomatic with cases of covid-19 princess cruises has sent these people home or hotel so they can prepare for quarantine. kron four's. rob nesbitt is following the have more coming up during kron. 4 news at 5. >> and here's what's coming up during 3 o'clock today, hundreds of teachers and students absent in mount diablo, unified schools. why the superintendent believes this. it's just the beginning. plus, people in one bay area city are fed up with the road conditions. so now they have taken steps to fix the potholes all on their own. and california's attorney general rob bonta is a learning all state district attorneys and police chiefs about an important tool when it comes to pregnancy last. we'll explain. >> and dry for now, but we're
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tracking a storm to our north. that's going to bring a slight rain and also tracking some light drizzle tonight before widespread showers arrive for your friday morning commute. details coming up as they track this storm hour by hour. coming up.
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>> california attorney general rob bonta issued a legal alert today calling the prosecution of a pregnant woman unlawful.
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the woman was sent to prison for 11 years after a stillborn birth. for more on this alert and on the case, kron four's terisa stasio is joining us here now live from the newsroom. good afternoon, theresa adjusting. this is the kind of a complicated situation, but the attorney general speaking out after the prosecution of actually 2 women, including dora perez, who is facing that 11 year sentence in the death of her stillborn baby. now perez is baby died after she went into labor. her doctor later telling authorities that perez is drug abuse led to the early labor and the death of her fetus. now, perez pled guilty to manslaughter charges. however, attorney general rob bonta says that the long used in our case was incorrect, rather, that the law is only a play couple when someone else directly causes the death of a fetus. the law. >> penal code one 87 came about after a man injured his ex-girlfriend and that led to the end of her pregnancy. now the attorney general is alerting all authorities not to use the law incorrectly.
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>> section one, 87 of the california penal code was intended to hold accountable. those who inflict on pregnant individuals resulting in miscarriage or stillbirth. the lot is not to punish those who suffer the loss of their pregnancy. in 2022, it's unfortunate that such an alert is necessary, but today's action was developed in response to the legal issues that arose in kings county after women were charged and prosecuted for fetal murder by the local district attorney. the charges against these women are not consistent with the law. >> now the attorney general issuing that alert today as he continues to help andorra perez. and he's continues to call her prosecution unlawful. another case today against a woman was dismissed earlier this year and that woman was set free testing.
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>> hawaii is now lossening its covid-19 restrictions for anyone heading to the islands. the state is no longer requiring visitors to take a health questionnaire and as reducing the time unvaccinated travelers will have to spend in quarantine from 10 to 5 days. people who are vaccinated or test negative for covid-19 do not need to quarantine when they arrive. and now to the east bay where in person instruction resumed for the mount diablo unified school district yesterday and more than 10% of the district's teacher purse were absent. coronavirus and the ongoing teacher shortage are other reasons being blamed today on kron 4 said to call, spoke with the superintendent who does expect the high number of absences to continue. >> on any given day mount diablo unified school district superintendent doctor adam clark says it is not out of the ordinary for around 100 teachers to report. absent the district employees more than
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1500 teachers. but on wednesday, when schools return from winter break for in person instruction 175 teachers did not show up and the district could not fill. 59 of those positions due to an ongoing substitute teacher shortage. that doesn't mean that those students left in class without somebody somebody covered the class, whether was an administrator, a counselor or whether those students went to other classes or whether teachers cover those classes during their prep periods. they were covered. doctor clark says covid-19 is playing a major role in the absence is a problem that continue thursday. some of them may have been sick. some of them may have tested positive for covid. some of them may have. >> and an individual in the home may have tested positive. and so therefore, they will and some of them may have been planned absences. doctor clarke expects to continue to see a high number of staff absences for the near future, but adds he does not
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anticipate having to temporarily close any schools due to staff shortages. johnson is president of the mount diablo education association. >> the union representing teachers and other staff. she says in recent days, members have raised concerns about a lack of district provided kn 95 masks and requested more frequent classroom paintings. >> but stresses teachers are not calling out because they do not feel safe. no, i don't think a teacher would stay out simply because they didn't feel safe in the >> you know that they're dedicated to their students. the school district says it is also seeing a high number of student absences. many of them also virus-related. >> believe that all kron 4 news. >> we'll switch gears now and talk about our weather forecast as we take a live look outside here in a gloomy picture from san francisco's international airport. another storm is approaching for tomorrow in our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez says in the
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weather center with details. a gloomy day. no rain, though. hopefully we can get something going for friday. yeah, that's right. just very dreary day. we did get some drizzle fest going. but >> it is going to increase throughout tonight. ahead of our approaching storm. but fortunately that fog bank not as low as it was yesterday and we're going to have a safer commute as far as dense. a low clouds and friday morning. but we do have to watch out for slick roads because of this approaching storm to our north. we are going to first see those rain bands arrived for those of you in the north bay. but we are going to check around of drizzle, right widespread throughout most of the san francisco peninsula even into the south bay, as well as our north bay valleys, making its way inland into the east bay as well. traces amount of rain expected from that drizzle fest. but it is approaching storm that is going to bring us widespread light rain arriving early
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friday morning. for those of you in the north face to watch out for the slick commute, we're going to track even some showers making its way into the san francisco peninsula coastline as well by around mid morning. and it's going to spread slowly to the south and east by around 10 o'clock into 11 o'clock for your friday morning commute. really light scattered traces amount of rain hit or miss in nature as you make your way into the south bay. but starting to notice a drying trend and clearing trend by friday afternoon with the rest of the bay area tracking drier and clear sky conditions later into friday as well. but really just tracking about a quarter of an inch of rain or less highest amounts for those of you in the north bay and our north bay mountains could see upwards of about half an inch of rain or less. and then we're going to track a drier pattern this weekend, cooler air mass in its place is well more. my full forecast in just a few minutes. back to you. just seen.
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>> we're taking a ride in the vegas loop, an underground tunnel system that has the potential to solve traffic jams. i'm rich demuro. that's coming up in tech. smart. >> also after the break, people in one bay area city are fed up with the bad road conditions and other taking steps
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>> fairfield police have put out this alert. us are
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searching for a missing 11 year-old boy named gauge. she was last seen this morning in the area. greenfield drive and martin road. he was wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and a green camel backpack. he's 5 feet tall. weighs 110 pounds has blonde hair and blue eyes. according to police is on the autism spectrum. so anyone who sees gauge is urged to keep an eye on him and then call 911. also the north bay. some residents in valais are getting fed up with the city's poor road conditions and now they're doing something about it. a man named david, our stellar is leading a movement to fill potholes and way over the past couple of weeks, his group has filled a handful of potholes on different roads. he is concerned that his work might force a cease and desist because these actions are not going through the proper channels. but despite that, he hopes it will inspire change in action from city leaders. >> there's a lot of smart people here in toledo. i think
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there's enough that if we all got together, we can fix this city and and take it to the next level. that's the whole goal is just to make to the community, realize that can get things done faster than asking city government to do it. >> more stellar has raised more than $1000 to get asphalt to help patch up the streets. and next week, the group plans to fill dozens of them. next. at 3.30, we will take a look back at our coverage one year ago today as bay area, lawmakers. >> ran to take cover in the capital. and a cooler and drier weekend forecast ahead after our next storm set to arrive for the
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>> one year ago today. imagine being among the lawmakers getting ready to certify the results of the presidential election when something went very, very wrong. what began as a busy and important day was interrupted an unthinkable way. kron four's catherine heenan talk with 2 members of congress from the bay area about what they were going through. she joins us now here live in the newsroom. good afternoon, catherine. hi, justine. you know lawmakers were getting word of protest outside had turned into a dangerous mob people and some of them were armed. people had surrounded the building. a lot of them were getting inside and >> as that was unfolding, 2 bay area representatives made
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time to share with us what they were seeing and feeling. in the midst of that day's incredible chaos to california. lawmakers agreed to talk to us by phone. >> both had just been hustled off by capitol police north bay congressman jared huffman to his office peninsula. congresswoman anna eshoo ended up in a locked room in a house office building. what they were seeing and hearing did not seem real. i agree, catherine, this is a does not feel like the country. we know. >> and as bad as it has these last 4 years. and even in the last few weeks, i don't think anyone saw it coming to this. >> well, i didn't have a good feeling when i came to the capital of the party because when i look at the cross walk there and the capitol. i to myself, if i not look like it did really fully secure.
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>> she wondered why they were initially only a few capitol police officers given the scheduled protests by trump supporters. eventually the mob made breaking into the capitol. look easy. photos and video began coming in showing people inside the offices of legislators smashing windows and doors, trashing camera equipment and on the floor of the senate. >> i know your pain. i know when president trump finally made a statement, he told protesters to go home. but also said he could feel their pain and focused on what he said was a stolen election. anyone who is looking to donald trump. >> to de-escalate and make this probably should have given up on on that that the leadership a long time ago. it's not in it. if i impeach the president today. i want. >> congressman hoffman called this edition, congresswoman eshoo was angry with some of
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her republican colleagues. a conversation earlier today, a congresswoman said, you know, maybe lawmakers on both sides of the aisle just so appalled by everything that has of all. >> i don't know how old republican colleagues are. >> really good about i want to hear more about that and >> i didn't see any can't bring a i didn't see any have in fact, we have to say to them that you please. but your on. this is a violent coup attempt and i think we we never thought it could happen in this country. it is happening right now. it was a long, long day for 2 california lawmakers who say they hope the country never forget. >> i talked to a jared huffman and anna eshoo again today. we wanted to get their thoughts one year later. >> that's coming up tonight on kron. 4 news at 5, 6 justine. catherine, thank you so much.
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following president biden's speech to mark the january 6 insurrection this morning, 2 republican lawmakers shared a very different take on that day. >> our washington correspondent reshad hudson reports. >> republican representative matt gaetz of florida and marjorie taylor, greene of georgia say they want to expose the truth about january 6 january 6 last year wasn't an insurrection. no one's been charged with insurrection. a year ago. gates and green joined fellow republican lawmakers in trying to overturn the 2020 presidential election by blocking the certification of the results. joe biden certifications still occurred on january 6, but we were deprived of the opportunity to make. >> arguments of the country about election integrity. green says since that day, trump supporters have been unfairly targeted and thrown in jail. this is a 2 tier justice system that should never exist in our country. >> she says the justice
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department should use the same energy to arrest rioters from protests and the summer of 2020. the democrats cared about riots. they would cared about the antifa. blm riots all over the country. gates in green are some of the only republican speaking publicly on the anniversary. >> after former president trump canceled a press conference, illinois congressman sean casten says gates and green are siding with the writers and not upholding their constitutional duty and they are using their platform to inspire hatred. >> their on our country. so far the justice department has arrested more than 700 people in connection to the events of january 6 reporting in washington reshad hudson. >> let's talk about our forecast now as we take a live look outside here and a great picture along the golden gate bridge. our meteorologist rodriguez is tracking these low clouds and fog and the drizzle that's in the bay area tonight. good afternoon, risa.
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hey, they're just enough. one area that certainly saw the sun today in the south bay. here's a live look at san jose, as you can see those storm clouds starting to below there as well. and we are tracking dense, low clouds and fog. for those of you at half moon bay. but with the approaching storm, expect better lifting by tonight. so fortunately, low fog bank not going to be an issue this evening. instead, we're tracking the high clouds. it's going to bring us our next storm. well, to our north, that's going to start to arrive during the overnight hours. first, though, we're going to have a round of drizzle fest, though, for your thursday night. but then widespread light rain arriving for those of you in the north bay as early as around 7 o'clock. so make sure to plan ahead because even though it is going to be on the lighter side than our previous storms, it is still going to cause some dangerous slick driving conditions. it's eventually going to shift to the south and east by midmorning and then eventually to those of you in the south bay by the
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afternoon until we all start to dry out and clear out as early as thursday afternoon into your friday. but we are seeing right now rain totals about a quarter of an inch of rain or less and we are expecting to see some widespread light showers, but really just traces amounts for those of you in the south bay and some of our east bay valleys. temperatures out there right now. pretty uniform numbers. but thanks to that sunshine. we are in the upper 50's for san jose trying to flirt with 60's widespread mid 50's for everyone else with low temperatures tonight in the mid to upper 40's milder for downtown san francisco and oakland at 48 degrees. but for those of you in santa rosa, 44 degrees for your overnight lows and high temperatures tomorrow going to rebound on the seasonable side, widespread mid to upper 50's exactly where we should be for this time of year downtown san francisco and oakland, 57 degrees. 59 degrees for san jose. so holding steady there with mid 50's for livermore and napa both at 55 degrees and taking a look ahead at your next 7
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day outlook. we do have a slight chance of showers monday and wednesday of next week. but already that storm track justine, unfortunately, looking dryer as i speak. but plan for more seasonal weather in the days ahead. back to you. thank you so much. a beloved coastal landmark in san luis obispo county is gone after tumbling in recent storms. the iconic. >> rock arch was located on spooner's cove and it had been a picture perfect spot for locals and tourists for decades. the california state parks department says the collapse of the arc was likely due to heavy surf and rain from recent winter storms that have hit the central coast. coming up here, 3 o'clock. what is the worst act to be on? >> in bed as you're trying to fall asleep. we'll tell you. and sales are coming to a screeching halt. tires are becoming harder and harder to find. a new year. new year.
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for those tires. when they did come in. we've got the man. >> i didn't pay for for them last year. and you know those. yeah, i'm sorry. but inflation is real. the growing list of car parts in short supply making getting around harder and more expensive. we see a lot of times. >> back order 178 parts on order. no just crazy time. >> kuz now for terror reporting this afternoon and the national highway traffic safety administration is recommending drivers check their brakes and tires, at least once a month during the winter season. and we'll talk about our forecast now. we take a live look outside here along the san mateo bridge. tire seem to be working here. people are getting ready to hit the roads possibly for some weekend getaways. and we're going to tahoe. you want to know what the conditions are going to be like. they're our meteorologist marisa rodriguez is here now with the snow details. yeah, we're going to track some fresh powder making its way into
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this for your friday morning and afternoon. it is going to be a quick moving storm. >> as you can see, we are noticing, though, pretty clear road conditions, but plenty of snow out on the side. but still slick commute out there. even with those sunny skies. and we're tracking a very gloomy day for us here in the bay area, dry and clear for now, for those of you in the sierra. but you're going to get some fresh powder starting overnight. 2 to 5 inches, though, for most of the valleys in this locally up to 8 inches for the highest peaks. don't even have a winter weather advisory in effect for this upcoming snow because it is going to be on the lighter side with this fast moving storm in valley, rain up to about a quarter of an inch. so we are going to start out with some light showers, but then snow showers from the highest peaks during the overnight hours, really driving by friday morning into the afternoon. and then as quickly as it came, it's going to exit by friday night. temperatures cooling down into
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the upper 30's at lake tahoe, truckee in the mid 30's. and we're going to stay in the mid 30's to upper 30's by saturday. then with that sunshine until we eventually warm up just a touch into the low 40's by the 2nd half of the weekend. but enjoy those fresh snow showers because i know a lot of skateboard enthusiast's and even skiers and snowboarders certainly going to enjoy the fresh powder. just team. back to you. thanks for the consumer electronics show is happening right now in las vegas and attendees get to experience something new now. >> the underground tunnel rich demuro took a ride on the las vegas loop in today's tech smart. >> it seems like every time you come to las vegas, there's something new to see. and this is the vegas loop. it's an entirely new way to get around las vegas right now. they're just starting small is just under 2 miles, but it's a tunnel system built underground by elon musk's boring company. eventually
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this will connect to the entire city right now. you just have your choice of 2 places here at the convention center. you can go to west station where you go to south station. this is typically a 45 minute walk. but now just 2 minutes to got this dramatic entrance. this was all built underground. and they said that was built in a year with no disruption to the land above. they had conventions here in that time. they had traffic on the streets above. >> and now we're making it into the inner deaths of the biggest loser. yes, we're getting in a tesla model y. you might think that these cars are self-driving. they're not right now. maybe that's the plan. the future. >> but once we get into this tunnel, it's a pretty small tunnel has just kind of fits. this car almost looks like markings were cars have hit its not. that's just the design of the entire tunnel. it looks very futuristic in space like in front of us. and we're taking this at about 42
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miles an hour here. very quick right here. we are the south station of the las vegas convention center. and i see something really cool up there. show you that second. >> and sure enough, this looks like something that just fell from outer space. this is the go dot cutter, head, which is what they used to create this tunnel. it's pretty big. i mean, it's all kind of worn down from cutting through this entire land here. pretty impressive. now we're taking this from one end of the convention center to the other end. and we're going down into. the tunnel right call come loose. we're 40 feet underground right now. all right. thank you. all right.
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there you have a ride in the vegas loop here at the las vegas convention center. what a pool display of technology. and right now it's still pretty small and limited. i can't wait to see the scope of this once it's all completed in las vegas. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. >> pretty cool. everyone has a favorite maybe years. it's been peanut butter, patty, but there is a new girl scout cookie out this year. those delicious detai - hi mommy! - hi honey!
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limited availability in select areas. scouts have a new cookie out this year. these are the adventure foles. they are a brownie like cookie with caramel flavored cream and a hint of sea salt. >> to balance it all out. looks good. got to try one sales in the bay area. start february. of the last until about the end of march adventurefuls a brownie like cookie. what do you a breeze of what is your favorite girl scout cookie? number one, don't you want to try that? i i think that's going to be my new favorite. just the news. it's like the salty and savory or the salty and sweet, which is shot the arm. little bit of everything and the sea salt on top. what was your favorite? go to what we've got to try that one but thin mint. and then the caramel, the light. i'm right there with and then the peanut butter patties. and then the, you know, 11, pretty much all of them. >> i love them all. i know
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what i do. love is tracking rain and it looks like we're going to see our last significant storm for the next 7 days or riding on friday. so savor it as much as we're going to savor the adventurefuls when they eventually. >> come and hit store shelves on february. first, the radar for tracking very gloomy conditions with are approaching storm. so it is going to be the calm before the storm out there right now. it is going to be on the weaker side, though, after a few atmospheric rivers. i think we can handle this one bay area. we're tracking some drizzle, though, for your thursday night and then rain returning and arriving for those of you in the north bay valleys by friday morning, mid morning for most of the san francisco peninsula and east bay and then eventually going to make its way into the south bay by around your friday afternoon until we start to dry out and clear out friday night. so tracking about a quarter of an inch of rain or less highest amounts for those of you in our north bay valleys even happen. they along the coast. you compete pick up some decent rain totals with that temperatures
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right now. mid 50's turning into mid 40's overnight. very seasonable weather continues friday afternoon after that storm clears out mid to upper 50's. just back to you. enjoy. thank you so much for breezy. here is a look what is coming up at 4 o'clock on kron-on. investigators have identified a possible cause. >> of this week's devastating fire in philadelphia that killed 8 children and for adults why they say a 5 year-old may be responsible. plus the possibility of this year's super bowl happening in los angeles as covid cases surge across the state. just scan the qr codes. you can watch kron 4 o'clock. and i thank you so much for joining us here during conference at 3 o'clock today. i'm justine waldman. see you tomorrow. new year, new start. and now comcast business is making it easy to get going with the ready. set. save. sale. get started with fast and reliable internet and voice for $64.99 a month with a 2-year price guarantee. it's easy... with flexible installation and backing from an expert team, 24/7.
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