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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news that our students are safe and we need better masks. need better testing for all students in the u.s.. we feel that the district is not acting with enough urgency about the crisis that we're >> now at 10 o'clock, the oakland unified school district along with the rest of the bay area. now dealing with a rough start to the new year as sickouts and closings continue to continue with covid cases surging across the region. that is where we start this saturday here on kron. 4 news at 10 o'clock. i'm jonathan mccall. i'm justine waldman. reports of sick students and school staff are growing and so are the frustrations. >> among school administrators, teachers and parents. we'll start now here with the list of the current colleges and universities that have turned to online classes because of the increased covid cases. san francisco state
university uc berkeley, uc santa cruz calif state east bay and santa clara university. >> and now here's a list of school districts impacted by covid in incidents. what's contra costa unified san francisco, unified along with oakland, unified milpitas unified. all of those districts have reported cases and are now moving back to distance learning. yesterday we learned that the hayward unified school district also will move to. virtual learning for at least one week. >> and that vote came down late last night after 117 staff members tested positive for covid-19 kron four's camila barco has details now on how this will work for students and staff. >> just this week alone, more than 500 students in the hayward unified school district tested positive for covid. but the bigger problem for the district is its employees who have either been sick in quarantine or have not shown up for work. the district has become so on your
staff and it's forced them to move to online the issue was not about transmission. >> in school, it was about our ability to maintain a safe environment in our schools. and given just the number of staff. but we have out at this time in the past week, 117, hey, we're unified school district employees. >> have tested positive for covid and each day the district has had more than 300 employees. the absent for work. you cannot >> operate school safely with this level of staffing is put in incredible strain. i'm our operations and particularly at our sites and i say administrators and site staff superintendent doctor matt wayne says >> 165 elementary classrooms closed and 615 secondary classrooms have been impacted this week alone. and we want. >> our students to be in school in person, learning. we're reaching a point where
operating schools with this few staff is not a safe proposition. late friday night in a 4 to one vote with the board, members decided students will go remote for one week. >> starting on monday for now. the idea is for them to come back for in-person instruction on january 18. if we implement virtual learning. >> we can't allow those staff who might be in quarantine might be awaiting test results to feel ok and choose to do the virtual learning from home. that allows us to really increase the number of staff we have available for instruction for our students. school leaders are making an exception for the families without wifi or child care. >> those students are going to be able to go to some physical campuses to continue their virtual learning. but again, this is only in situations where it's absolutely absolutely necessary for a family. the school district's public information officer
says board members are going to regroup this upcoming friday. they'll decide then whether students should come back to the classroom on january. 18th. >> or extend the remote learning timeline? i'm camila barco reporting for kron. 4 news as covid cases surge is now forced a number of school districts. as we mentioned to move back to virtual learning. >> meanwhile, health and education leaders in santa clara county say that right now in-person learning is still the best way for them to go for some to call. learn more about the county's decision to keep kids. >> in class. >> santa clara county public health director doctor sara cody says the community will have to find ways to coexist and live with covid-19, adding that prohibiting students from attending in-person instruction is not the best approach right now despite a consistent rise in cases through the winter. we're in a time that feels uncertain. but in the way, we all are comfortable with uncertainty now. but what is certain she
says is the need for students to stay in class. a point she highlighted friday in a joint media statement released at the santa clara county office of education. the good news is that the illness that we're seeing from omicron is milder than previous variants of covid. the ability for school district to offer remote or virtual learning ended on june 30th 2021. >> in-person learning as the best option for students. the 2 county agency leaders also say students will be better off mentally on campuses rather than staying home. but everyone needs to follow health and safety protocols asking that is double masking. >> vaccinations, shots for those who are eligible testing and remaining home when sick. still, the numbers are concerning. data posted online by the public health department shows the 7 day average of cases has increased about 237% since christmas,
630 were reported on december. 25th 2123 were reported friday and the age group making up cases are those 19 years of age and younger phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. san francisco ems officials are saying they're overwhelmed by this covid surge. they're saying now they have seen a significant increase in 911. calls. >> for non emergenny medical services like people wanting a covid test and people who have mild symptoms. and so now these ems systems in san francisco say they're just spread way too kron four's them into harry live in the newsroom with the details on the impact that this is having and what leaders are now asking folks to do the mandate. >> good evening. u.s. leaders are asking you to only call 911, in a life threatening emergency. they need to be able to be available for those who need it. most. and right now with so many ems staff out
with covid themselves, there's not enough supply to meet the demand. >> please help us keep endurance is available for medical emergencies. health officials are warning people not to overwhelm the system. they say they've seen a surge in 911. calls and er visits for covid tests and minor cold flu or covid symptoms. we've been. >> having about over 400 m s calls. >> a day in the city for the past several days. typically that number hovers around 300 or 330, that's about a 20 to 25% increase in calls. doctor susan ehrlich chief executive officer at zuckerberg, general hospital. >> says as the only level one trauma center in the city, there are always extremely busy, but they've never seen anything like this. people are coming to emergency departments seeking testing. >> because i think the demand
is high in some cave in some circumstances, the supply is both ems and zuckerberg general hospital are seeing about 10% of their staff out with covid or quarantining because of a close encounter. they also have other people out on vacation personal time or other illnesses. she jeanine nicholson with the san francisco fire department says they're struggling to keep up with the extra demand for one-third of our staff today is on mandatory overtime. health officials want to remind people that most covid cases are mild and can be safely treated at home. they want to relieve some of the strain on the system so they're able to better assist those who are in dire need of medical assistance. we really want to get to our most critically ill or injured patients. >> and we need the public's health help. we need the public's help in doing in doing so. san francisco
specific problem. they say emergency services across the country are also. >> seeing the same issues. they also say that they're requesting that if you don't need emergency services at all and it's not a life-threatening situation. but you don't call 911 to help alleviate some of that stress on the live in the newsroom. amanda hari kron, 4 news amid the thank you right now on kron 4 dot com. you can get the very latest covid-19 headlines. >> including information on where to find test sites and vaccines. just give the qr code on your screen with your mobile devices in. you'll be directed to our website at kron 4 dot com. >> let's take a live look outside right now. here along the bay bridge toll plaza on a very cold saturday night. we'll clear out there right now. and no chances of rain for a little while. that is right. kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez here tonight to get you ready for your. >> saturday night plans if you
are headed out first thing in the morning as well. >> yeah, that's right, jonathan. and just seen bundle up because it is a chilly night out there live. look outside golden gate bridge looking absolutely spectacular tonight. not tracking any lower high clouds, at least for now, but that's going to change during the overnight hours. it's because of that lack a blanket of storm cloud cover and calm winds that we're seeing widespread low to mid and upper 40's barely holding on into the low 50's for alameda downtown san francisco and pacific up. but a chilly 39 degrees right now for those of you in petaluma. so make sure to really dress in layers there. get your thicker blanket or coat because you're certainly going to needed if you're heading out this evening when tracker for calm winds out of the east. but we're going to see a wind direct it read to action, change out of the north tomorrow. and that's what's going to help us warm up for the 2nd half of our weekend. futurecast for though, going to show stubborn marine layer, dense, low clouds and fog to start your sunday morning. shortly after midnight first,
it's going to write for those of you in the north and santa rosa and then for east bay valleys by around mid morning until we notice more sunshine and warmer temperatures for the 2nd half of your weekend. details ahead of any rain returns in our 10 day outlook coming up in just a few minutes. jonathon, just seen back to you. risa. thank you. governor gavin newsome laying out a new plan to battle the state's latest covid-19 surge. >> we'll explain how w rkers in the golden state will. some workers should get sick time again. >> also, the governor has issued an executive order that bans price gouging on those at-home covid-19 test kits. so how these new rules work? >> plus, investigating the insurrection. new details we're learning from intelligence reports about happened the day of january 6.
as covid cases surge across california governor gavin newsome today laid out his plan of attack which includes breaking back covid sick time for some workers. governor gavin newsom has put out his proposed 2022 state budget and in it is included. >> 2.7 billion dollars for covid-19 emergency response kron four's gayle ong breaks down the details. on saturday. governor gavin newsom's administration unveiled a proposed 2.7 billion dollars covid-19 emergency response
package. overall. the package includes 1.2 billion dollars to bolster testing by expanding hours and capacity at testing sites throughout the state. >> 583 million to accelerate vaccination and booster efforts combat misinformation. 614 million to support frontline workers. 200 million to support state response operations and 110 million to support vulnerable populations. the governor's proposed budget also calls for new legislation to put supplemental paid sick leave policies in place to protect the state's health care workers. this amid the surge driven by the omicron variant last year, there was an emergency supplemental paid sick leave policy that expired last fall. >> it provided additional 80 hours of paid sick leave state administration officials say additional contract and health care workers from out of state will be deployed to help hospitals stretched thin. governor newsom will present his proposed state budget on monday. gayle ong kron. 4 news. and today, governor gavin newsom also issued an executive order that bans
price gouging on at-home covid-19. test kits under the order. sellers of the kids are banned from increasing prices on the kits. buy more. >> then 10%. the order also gives additional tools to the california department of justice and attorney general's office. district attorneys and other local law enforcement agencies to take action against price gougers. >> several bay area banks and credit unions have temporarily shut its doors and they say it's the covid surge along with staffing shortages to blame. co credit union, which is does serve. residents across the bay area sent an e-mail to its customers saying that cases are increasing because of the surge and that because of that, they are closing some of its branches and that its lead to longer wait times for callers. major banks like chase and wells fargo also have reportedly shut down some of its banks temporarily, but not specifying which locations are temporarily closed.
>> citigroup is saying goodbye to its employees who remain unvaccinated. it will let those employees go on january 14th. the move is enforcing a policy that was announced last year. the bank is the first major wall street institution to enforce a quote, no jab, no job policy as the financial industry tries to safely bring workers back into the office. citigroup said in october it would require u.s. employees to be vaccinated against covid-19 as a condition of their employment. the bank said at the time it was complying with the biden administration's poltcy requiring all workers supporting government contracts to be fully vaccinated. whether time the saturday night a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. no fog, low clouds. >> it's a pretty picture. perfect day across the bay area saturday. let's see if we get a repeat on sunday. our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here now with what we can expect. yeah, we're tracking better weather for the 2nd half of your weekend because today we're
actually pretty seasonal mid to upper 50's. so near average highs. but tomorrow we're going to see a few degrees of warming. but we do have a chilly start to contend with. first tonight, temperatures going to be even cooler than they were last night. >> because of that lack a blanket of storm cloud cover and calm winds and also dry conditions. not tracking any storms this weekend and even for much of this upcoming week as well. futurecast for though, going to deal with that stubborn marine layer once again to start out our sunday morning. better lifting and clearing by your new lunchtime hour. but temperatures as you head out the door right now, widespread low to mid and upper 40's low 50's along the san francisco peninsula coastline. the downtown san francisco in half moon bay, both in the low 50's but just barely. but overnight lows tonight near subfreezing temperatures for those of you in santa rosa. cooling down to 35 degrees. widespread mid to upper 30's for most of our north, the east bay. and yes, south bay valleys, a little
bit milder, though, for downtown san francisco in half moon bay at 42 degrees. but daytime highs warming up into the low 60's for redwood city and san jose, 62 degrees. seasonable weather everywhere else. mid to upper 50 for our bay area valleys and even along the coast as well. and taking a look ahead, storm track outlook looking grim, in fact, are going to stay dry. just seen in jonathan for the next 10 days. back to you. >> marissa, thank you. new tonight at 10 o'clock, the placer county sheriff's office says the body of missing skier worry into lot of was founded this morning. roughly a half-mile near she for mill creek. you may remember and a lot of was reported missing christmas day from the north star resort. authorities say that his ski pass was last year's that morning on a lift at north star. the skaters say there were no signs of any suspicious activity. >> well, go now to the peninsula in a coma. police have arrested a man who they say had a stolen car in a stolen gun. police responded to a drive-thru restaurant in
the sarah montes shopping center. in daly city. this was on thursday and they found this male driver inside the car. and after police made the arrest, they searched it and they say they found a loaded handgun, which was later determined to be stolen from louisiana. the suspect has now been booked into the san mateo county jail. >> just days after the one-year anniversary of the january 6th insurrection. today, we learned that the u.s. capitol police underestimated the threat for violence last year on january 6th, according to capitol police intelligence reports obtained by the associated press, law enforcement officials thought that there was a remote risk of violence. the capitol police ranked it as, quote, highly improbable that any acts of civil disobedience and arrests could happen. instead, thousands of president trump supporters swarmed the capitol complex, clashing with law enforcement officials. scammers trying to take advantage of the surging demand for covid tests. you can make sure that the test
one. it's a home in bel air that is soon going to be listed for 295 million dollars. >> you can afford that right? the home, if you're curious is filled with amenities like a nightclub, a spa, private running track, a bowling alley, movie theater. and yes, a wine cellar that can hold up to 10 1000 bottles who doesn't need all of that stuff. nancy loo takes us on a tour. what is being called the most expensive home in all of america. >> perched on 4 acres of bellaire hillside. this 105,000 square foot property is finally on the market. the one took one full decade of construction and it's packed with the best of everything. i actually may have a client. he's been tracking the property luxury specialist camille anderson predicts the house will sell in the next month. price tag of 295 million. we could that the deal we originally thought it was going to be 500 million.
>> and i think a lot of people are tracking this property. this is hot property. it's a gorgeous home. people know that now the army does amazing work developer nile, the on these mega mansion has 20 bedrooms and 30 bathrooms. the master suite alone is over 5,000 square feet. and of course, the entire compound has sweeping views of la and the pacific ocean where he specializes in. is that master p's. his attention to detail is just so specific. and when you walk into one of highest homes, it's just it's truly impressive. the home also features 5 pools, a moat and a putting green along with a 20 bed rooms inside a full salon nightclub bowling alley, expansive jim ace week, candy room and much, much more. but financial challenges built up during construction. the court ordered listings triggered by
the developer defaulting on more than 180 million dollars in loans. i know he's lying materials in from italy and he's hand crafting, you know, light fixtures. and there's so much behind the you know, it took on a life of its own and perhaps a too much of the cost got out of hand. but i think in the end what we have is still a spectacular >> nancy loo reporting for us tonight. i'll take 2. >> coming up, the pandemic is shaking up the movie industry again in new pixar movie was getting ready to go to the big screen in march. but disney now has new plans. >> plus, covid-19 continuing to take a toll on health care systems across america. the new plans for the white house to help those struggling to get tests.
>> covid-19 cases continue to surge across the country and getting tested. it is harder now than ever. the white house is saying though, it is working to make sure americans can get a test if they want one. >> the biden administration is now finalizing details on its plan to ship millions of tests to homes as early as next week. kron 4 washington correspondent anna wiernicki is in dc with more. >> good evening. president biden has promised 500 million
free at-home rapid test kits for americans who want them. this comes as the administration faces new pressure to act fast. >> president biden says covid-19 isn't here to stay. we're going be able to control this. the new normal is not going to be what is now. it's going to be better on friday, the president reassured americans that the administration is working to fight the virus as cases across the country reached record highs. you're seeing a rise in hospitalizations both because they they're coming in with but also because they're screening in for covid. cdc director doctor rochelle walensky says many of the detected cases are mild. >> on monday, the u.s. surpassed 1 million new daily covid-19 cases. we've had 300 million tests per month so far. that's 11 million tests a day. in addition that we were in the process, 4500,000 new test to address the national testing shortage. president
biden says the white house is close to launching a website where americans can request a free at-home rapid tests to be shifted them directly. these tests have been purchased yet. >> they have been produced yet. they haven't been distributed yet. and what we do in the next weeks as we wait for even that to be done. but missouri republican senator roy blunt says americans are in the midst of a public health crisis and can't afford to wait months to receive the tests time the administration recognize vaccines are powerful weapon. >> that we need to continue to focus on them. >> administration officials say the first batch of these tests will go out in january. for now in washington, i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> so what is the best time to get tested for covid-19 after being exposed? the cdc has a few suggestions. they say get tested at least 5 days after you last had close contact with a person infected with the virus. the data the last close contact is considered
day 0 fully vaccinated. people should get tested 5 to 7 days after close contact with the person suspected or confirmed with having covid-19, according to the centers for disease control and prevention, people who have tested positive for covid within the past 3 months and have recovered do not have to get tested as long as they do not develop any new symptoms. >> and the skyrocketing demand for covid tests has led to a rise in new testing scam. san francisco health officials are warning of an authorized covid test sites that have been popping up in the city like this location in a tweet advertising free pcr testing and a tent near to lower spark. that is not on the list of san francisco's authorized testing sites. you can find that list and s f dot gov. slash get tested. i'm sure time kron 4 dot com as well. and it's not just happening in the bay area. health officials in san diego are also warning about fake pop-up testing sites. they say. any of the
sites are collecting information. they're not releasing the test results in the county's chief medical officer saying there are red flags. people should be watching out for. >> when you ask what test is being around and what to what labs are running at and what organization there with or who the ordering physician is. they can't tell you any of that. and they also can produce a document showing a bear or a medical professional many times which you have to be in order to be collecting that type of in the field. >> officials are saying no testing site should ever ask for any non medical information like your social security number. >> california lawmakers are proposing a sweeping first in the nation. universal health care plan. the program would provide health have health care services to every resident and would be financed through a series of taxes on individuals and businesses. groups representing doctors and insurance companies are opposed to the idea california
voters would have to greenlight tax hikes through an election that would amend the california constitution. >> check out this wild scene that happened at a covid-19 vaccine clinic in orange county video showed a man hitting health care workers. apparently this all started over a mask dispute. it happened on december 30th and you can see here, the man just goes into a rage apparently after a security guard reportedly asked him to wear a mask. the alleged attacker has been identified as 43 year-old thomas apollo reportedly he called staff murders before he hit 2 of them. it took officers 15 minutes to finally restrain him and nearly 2 years into this pandemic, health care workers are saying they're concerned over how now some of them are being viewed as the enemy. >> we're here is not going all our wonderful everybody. were not so much here now for some
people with the enemy. so i don't understand this isn't a job. >> and he manned apollo, was released from custody. the the orange county district attorney's office could file charges against him as soon as monday. >> the goal covid omicron variant is causing a crisis nationwide from schools to first responders. all of them are seeing staffing shortages. >> reporter michael shure shows us how the covid surges causing the lack of emergency services. >> it's been all hands on deck for government and emergency services since the start of covid. but now the fast-spreading omicron variant has made it harder to find those hands. from first responders to state and municipal agencies to schools and retailers. the workforce now thinned by those affected needing to stay home in denver, ems workers not knowing if there will be staff to accept their patients coming to work with with the the situation with all the
hospitals being understaffed. it funnels down to us. >> we sometimes struggle with funding hospital to go to that makes the job even more difficult. >> id new york city, one-fifth of subway conductors are out sick. a quarter of the city sanitation workers unable to work and hospitals canceling non-essential surgeries due to staffing. los angeles mayor eric garcetti facing a shortage here in police and firefighters as of yesterday, 505 officers. >> alright, home quarantining after having gotten positive covid-19 test results. fraley fd. that number is 299 employees that are out, though sworn and civilian due to covid-19. these are big numbers. >> this past week, hawaii canceling classes due to omicron related teacher shortages. >> 800 our teachers statewide called out sick and stay home today. it's non hawaii like weather on top of covid. that's canceling flights since training ground personnel
across the mainland. >> tsa checkpoints closed in phoenix because there just isn't enough personnel. >> on the east coast, the situation compounded by brutal winter weather omicron forcing new england to shovel out of the snow without enough shovelers. >> how is michael shure reporting for us tonight? >> the u.s. coast guard has announced new safety rules in response to the deadly 2019 conception boat fire. those new rules include new fire prevention measures and better escape routes for boats with overnight passengers. devices will also be installed to ensure that the boat nights the boats night watchman is awake and doing the rounds. the new rules come nearly 3 years after the conception, which is a scuba diving boat, went up in flames off the coast of santa barbara killing 34 people an investigation into the disaster, blamed the boat's owner for a lack of oversight. he's pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of seaman's manslaughter and he's
out on bond awaiting trial. >> california received more rain in the last 3 months of 2021. that i got in the entire previous year, drought monitor's are saying the state got nearly 34 trillion gallons of water since october. 1st leaving behind a very generous snowpack in the mountains. but officials are saying california still remains in some level of a drought. much of the golden state remains in the severe or extreme category. and that's when people are forbidden from water wasting such as hosing down sidewalks and driveways. >> whether time tonight, a live look outside at san francisco from the sutro tower to be the bearer of bad news just in and jonathan, because we're going to have a little bit of a dry spell in the bay
area. but fortunately, we did see some improvement within the last couple of weeks with our drought monitor now under severe drought for most of the bay areas. still under that extreme drought category for more than half of the east bay. but we are still tracking right now. our water year anywhere from about 150 to 200% of average. slightly more than that for san francisco international airport after getting more than 16 and a half inches of rain for the start of our water season that started october first. but our wet season definitely got a big boost. thanks to all of our recent atmospheric rivers. but from now through the next 7, even 10 day outlook looking very dry. in fact, we're tracking for your monday. more sun and clouds. more cloud cover by tuesday. and then wednesday, a nice bump in temperatures for your midweek forecast. but out in the pacific. here's a look at that storm. and it looks like the bay area's just trapped under
this bubble of fair weather maker conditions worth all the storm tracks really just going up and over the bay area, not even making its way towards the sierra, not even seeing any snow showers there for thee rest of this weekend and into next weekend as well. so let's take a look at our 10 at 10 outlook is, as you could see, we're tracking a lot of sunshine. fortunately near seasonal temperatures for the next 7 days. mid to upper 50's, which is exactly where we should be for this time of year. and by next weekend and even 10 days from now could warm up into the low to mid 60's. so jonathan, i know you're tracking your shorts weather. there you go on the calendar. i gotcha. >> appreciated. >> so disney land is moving forward now with an ambitious new plan that could reshape how visitors interact with attractions. the company was granted a patent last month. >> and what is called a virtual world simulator. the concept would. highly realest
iq. visual effects without people leading to wear a headset. the technology would use special projectors to create real world themes. and these park rides. but then have virtual objects or cartoon characters going along with it. while disney is working on the technology now, it is still too soon to even have a date when it could be made available. >> so pixar's newest movie will not debut in theaters in march. pixar is turning red will instead head exclusively to disney. plus worldwide industry observers say it's a big loss to movie theaters that were looking to play this movie at a time when the surge of omicron was hopefully less severe. this is actually the 3rd pixar movie to skip theaters and head straight to disney. plus, after seoul and luka. sports is on the way after 2 seasons, the other half of the splash brothers set to make a return back to
the court tomorrow. klay thompson. on the way back for the dubs. kylen mills will have the details. plus a trip around the bay area for college hoops on the way. >> plus from poverty to the halls of power on capitol hill. leaders past and present. remember the life of former senate majority leader harry reid. - hi mommy! - hi honey!
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> clay day is upon us. we're star klay thompson will make his return to the nba tomorrow. golden state host the cleveland cavaliers. thompson made the announcement on his instagram page. the workers also shared a brief video of thompson saying, quote, dubbed nation, i'm back the 5 time all-star hasn't played a game since june of 2019 after suffering an acl tear followed by an achilles tear in october of 2020 thompson and star steph curry earned the nickname the splash brothers for their shooting prowess. during the warriors 3 championship seasons in 2015, 17 18 curry and the rest of the team are thrilled. the splash brothers reunited. they say this moment. it's been a long time coming. >> feel like are you off? super excited before anything. i'm a fan of his game. i love this game. the game needs clay means one of the best shooters. 10 plays games. just a beautiful thing. like always say the games are to me. so i just appreciate it. it's fun.
watching him play. i mean. the way she was the boss, a beautiful thing. the mechanics, everything. he's statically, please. and so i'm excited to get him back out there. >> not a good day to be a van der cain. the winger's officially out of the san jose sharks organization. the team announced that cain has been placed on waivers. they plan to terminate his contract for violating covid-19 protocols. espn is reporting that cain broke the lee rules by traveling home to vancouver while he was in covid protocols. cain was just assigned to the san jose barracuda of the hln november after serving a 21 game suspension, the punishment was for using a fake vaccination card this fall. the nhl also is investigating allegations of domestic abuse against cain made by his estranged wife. however, the league said they could be substantiated. kane's agent has declined to comment. meanwhile, sharks at the flyers tonight and put a game. it was for that man. tomas
hurdles after philly led 2 zip in the 3rd hurdle scored twice in the period to tie it with help from timo meier and brent burns who assisted on both goals. then in overtime hurdle. there goes that man again lit the lamp to win it. he gets a natural hat trick. that is 3 consecutive goals. in a game. sharks win 3, 2, in overtime. they host detroit on tuesday. >> in college hoops cal hosting 5th ranked ucl a the bears putting up a fight and this one check out this ball movement election. the outside will high-low action 100 kelly with the monster dunk inside. he had 22 points but caledonia 1, 3 pointer and turn it over 15 times. this is one of those turnovers. johnny juzang on the ball fights through with the finish on the other end for the bruins ucl a hold off the bears 60. 52 callas at washington on wednesday. usf great bill cartwright in the
house for this one. the dons hosting san diego bryce monroe, the san francisco native on the ball here. nice reverse layup. it will fall. he had 15 points, but this was all usf. you know, one must all ski gets the position inside for the layup and he was fell. 21 points and 17 rebounds for him. don's win 88 73. they host loyola marymount on thursday. finally, saint mary's and byu. a big wcc matchup. randy bennett at the help for more than 20 years for the gaels logan johnson. gets the ball the outside again. nice ball movement. this game with the driving the layup. a nice fake from him. gales within 7 points. 5 minutes left under a minute. gales with a chance to cut it to 5. tommy keziah can do that. he loses the ball. one of 19 saint mary's turnovers. the cougars made them pay on the other end food straw. re
with the bucket inside the lead. back to 9 saint mary's loses 50 to 43. the gale shot. just 29% from the floor. that's all we've got for. sport added back to the studio. >> a memorial service was held today for former senate majority leader and former nevada senator harry reid in las vegas. president joe biden and former president barack obama were among those who honored the longtime statesman. from a humbled start in searchlight to the hallowed halls of washington, former nevada senator harry reid is remembered as the quiet guy who got things done it. my dad ever hang up the phone on you. >> without saying goodbye. >> reid's 5 childrdn personal friend carole king and 2 presidents among those painting a picture of the senator. we didn't always see.
you know, he said you've been working hard doing a lot of the right things to be democratic leader, but you need to dress better. >> please buy some better shoes. >> devotion to his wife of 62 years. landra and his story of working his way from a rural town to congress, all echoing through the smith center about harry. he never gave up. he never gave up. he never gave up on anybody. he cared about former president barack obama eulogizing read saying he could not have passed his landmark agenda senate. >> and the country benefited from your extraordinary leadership. i could not have asked for better. for a friend. sure. did. love you back. what did you see the killers frontman brandon flowers saying he and reid had a shared faith and desert
beginnings recalling this moment from a visit to the capitol. he had me sing the nevada state song. >> and u.s. i think you show me off a little bit. but i also as we've all heard today, i think he just he loved where he was from. that was david charns reporting for us tonight. farm wisconsin paying tribute to betty white. and it's doing so by donating to one of her favorite causes, the commerce street bar in mineral point, wisconsin lets its customers by beers for their friends in advance. >> but get this. it turns out that middle point was also the hometown of her husband. the late allen ludden for years. locals prepaid ludden and winds bar tab, especially white who actually racked up before they're granted. now the bar is launching a special fundraiser to take advantage of that tradition. all the proceeds will go to a local animal charity. >> coming up, robots to the rescue. how one hotel is
>> facing -evere staffing shortages because of the pandemic. some hotels are now turning to robots to help ease the workload. listen to this. alford is a worker at the dream hollywood hotel in southern california, the hotel's general manager says that alfred is a key staffmember since guest prefer less contact. he will be soon joined by another bought this month. the ceo that runs the
company's in that handles these robots as he's running out more than 100, 2 businesses all across america and says that the bots are improving, not replacing jobs. >> makes the workers more valuable to the organization allows them to earn a higher wage because they're not wasting their time doing tasks that are frankly beneath them. >> dion, those hotels bots are also picking up the slack in a number of areas, including restaurants as well. and the u.s. postal service. can robots have been rolling around tv stations for a number of years already? >> the cameras controlled by robots. you know, if everyone knows that. we're not controlled by robots, not yet anyway. our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez, who's actually a real human is here now with a look at the forecast and my just you know, i air all jets and even the jeffersons yet is that is
omicron. thank you, chris rock for that joke. by the way, let's take a look at the visibility map out there right now because we are going to notice dense, low clouds and fog up to 2 miles visibility for santa rosa. >> down to 0 for east bay valleys by mid morning and we're tracking better lifting and clearing by your new lunchtime hour temperatures, though, right now low to mid and upper 40's still mid 50's. for those of you at half moon bay at 53 degrees. 10 degrees warmer than nevado right now at 43 degrees with petaluma and santa rosa already cooling down into the upper 30 so overnight lows tonight mid to upper 30's for all our valleys in the north bay, east bay and south bay near subfreezing temperatures for santa rosa at 35 degrees. but low 40's around the bay area shoreline with downtown san francisco in half moon bay at 42 degrees and >> temperatures tomorrow widespread mid to upper 50's. so pretty seasonal there. but as we head south, especially for redwood city and san jose.
62 degrees and taking a look ahead at our 10 at 10 outlook. no rain in sight for the next 10 days, but very seasonal weather, though, can't complain about that. lisa won't be too chilly after tonight. >> wow. 10 days, no rain. that's a long stretch. the sun's out. and folks coming and guns are ready go. so new year new this winter with this winter working that's all we got here during conference in prime time tonight. thank you for joining us. we'll see you have a good night, everyone sleep tonight.
>> trey lance led the forty-niners to a win last sunday to keep san francisco's playoff hopes alive. now the red and gold are in another must-win situation. the goal to me. >> it's always just to get in because you get ini you got the shot to get their shot in the playoffs. the forty-niners must go through an la rams team. that's looking like an nfl powerhouse, florida. for questions still remain, will trey lance or jimmy garoppolo get the start at qb to get smart?