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>> now at 3 covid in the classroom, educators with san francisco schools continue to voice their demands to get better covid protocols and the computer glitch affecting some bay area covid test sites and where people are being advised to be on the lookout for a mountain life. the news at o'clock starts now. >> now from the bay local news station. this is kron. 4 news at 3. >> i don't think it's okay that we're having our very first meeting to to really discuss our response to the on the coronavirus and you how we're going operate school safely. we're going to have that first meeting on the 11th of january. i think that's too late. >> now at 3 o'clock, the battle continues between san francisco teachers and district officials to enhance safety in schools as we deal with omicron. hello, everybody. thank you for
joining us on kron. 4 news at 3. i'm catherine heenan. san francisco board of education commissioner allison collins sounding the alarm today. she says more covid testing and masks are needed to keep students and staff are safe. she shares her concerns wit kron four's haaziq it is a story you'll see only on kron 4. >> this from your perspective, these sense of urgency surrounding more testing and mask being needed for students and staff of the san francisco unified school district. >> this is an educational emergency. we have schools that are, you know, barely able to function because of lack of staffing. we're trying to fill gaps with parent and we're trying to fill gaps with central office staff. and that's just not. that is just not acceptable. san francisco board of education commission member allison collins says she believes that sfu as these
lack of planning for the post winter break. covid surge has created a crisis for parents, teachers and students. and i think immediately. >> we can do. we need to get testing ramped up and we also need to get high quality >> disposable and 95 masks for all students in all staff because we also know that if we were doing that, you know, parents and students would feel safe and we would also be reducing the spread of covid in our classroom. >> yes, so we have continued with our rapid testing programs through the weekend. last week alone, we administered nearly 58,000 tests across the board after getting off to what some parents and teachers say was a slow start last week. take home. covid testing kits are now available in the district. in fact, sf usd spokesperson laura dudnick says >> thousands of test kits provided by the state are going out this week. so we have about 56,000 of those. >> and so we're working on
getting those 2 schools right now so that schools can get those into the hands of students and families this week. so one test is amazing and really grateful that. the state for sending, you know, sending us those tests. but we need to have regular weekly testing. this is something that educators. >> and families are consistently asking for. >> has made kron 4 news? >> it just got harder to get a covid test in san francisco, the city's health department announcing today and nationwide computer glitch should has shut down testing site. so some of them for the day. here's a list of the locations which have been affected alimony. a southeast health center, la hill hutch 20 norton bayview opera house people are being asked not to go to those sites, obviously, at least right now they are working with the vendor to get things fixed. and 2 deal with people who had an appointment today. we'll check on any developments and we'll bring you the latest information.
now, the big story we're following. students in milpitas will have the option to return to virtual learning this week. district schools will also be open for in-person learning school grounds. look fairly empty today. the reason, of course, they're trying to curb the spread of covid as students and teachers return from winter break. the hayward unified district is going to remote learning for the weekend that began today. this is after 117 staff members tested positive for covid in just the past few days under staffing force that moved to online learning the district is planning to have students back for in-person teaching tuesday january 18th. school leaders are making an exception for families without while a wifi or child care. those students will go to physical campuses to continue virtual learning. but again, this is only in situations where it's absolutely absolutely necessary for a
family 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. np>> the district's public information officer says board members will regroup friday. they will decide whether students should come back to the classroom january 18 through weather. they should extend remote learning. this has been a regular school day at the oakland unified district. the district says it is meeting demands to have more covid safety protocols and supplies. there is a student petition saying that many students are would skip in-person classes if safety did not improve. hundreds of students have signed the petition sets a january 17th deadline. some students have claimed that there are not
enough tests and other resources available. last friday. more than 500 teachers took part in a sick out and that was over safety concerns. parents in the dublin unified district, meantime, are pushing for a return to distance learning more than 2300 people have signed the petition. some say they are alarmed by the rise of covid cases worried about the omicron variant, the district superintendent says the winter break cannot be extended. current state rules do not allow the entire district to move to online learning. classes are expected to resume tomorrow and the west contra costa county district. the district closed all schools friday and today they're cleaning and sanitizing facilities. employees and students are being asked to take covid tests today before returning to in-person learning and again, of course, the problem, a spike in covid cases. in contra costa county,
first responders and people working in high-risk settings now have to prove they have had a booster shot or be tested weekly. the new booster mandate took effect today. kron four's charles clifford joins us live from contra costa county with the details. charles. >> yeah, well, here in contra costa county covid current cases have been surging. health services says that's mainly due to the omicron variant among the new cases. most of those people are unvaccinated, but quite a few breakthrough kicks it cases among unvaccinated people are happening as well. but people are vaccinated and have a booster. that is a much smaller percentage of the new positive cases. and for that reason, health services is adding a booster mandate to its existing vaccine mandate. >> as of monday, january law enforcement, firefighters and emergency medical responders and people who work in hospitals, jails and nursing homes across contra costa county must prove they are
fully vaccinated and have received a booster shot against covid-19. the new rules also apply to non-emergency ambulance workers, county health services says the new requirement is necessary to slow the spread of the omicron variant of coronavirus and keep hospitals and emergency services from being overwhelmed by sick patients and staffing shortages. now, any workers who are not vaccinated or who have not received a booster shot must show a negative covid-19 test on a weekly basis. all right, back live. now. that is the very latest here in contra costa county. charles clifford kron. 4 news. thank you, charles. >> governor newsome has signed an executive order. it bans price gouging for at-home covid tests. it prohibits sellers from increasing the prices by more than 10% violators could face fines and even jail time. anyone who's been a victim of price gouging is being encouraged to contact the state attorney general's office. a mountain lion was
spotted today in daly city and it was near west more high school daly city police tweeted about the sighting which was about one this afternoon there at the scene or west more in baldwin avenue, fish and wildlife workers have also been out there. people in the area, of course, being advised to be alert and we will bring you any other details on our newscast and online at kron 4 dot com. and the spy police officer has been identified as the victim of yesterday's deadly crash on i-80 in san pablo, the el serino police department identified the officer as 26 year-old jared bernstein. they say he was on his way home from work when he got into a crash near san pablo dam road yesterday, bernstein began his career with the department as a recruit and 2019, he became a police officer in february of 2020. the department tweeted that he was passionate about giving back to the community. 2 other people were injured in that crash. investigators are
still looking into what happened. people continue to mourn the death of actor and committee. and bob said it best known for his role as danny tanner on full house. initial autopsy has found no evidence of drug use or foul play. he was found unresponsive in his orlando hotel room yesterday afternoon. final test results could take up to 12 weeks. kron four's rob nesbitt is catching up with the local comedians to get their reaction and that's coming up at 5 o'clock tonight. real estate heir and convicted murderer robert durst has died at the age of 78. he was serving a life sentence in stockton for the 2000 murder of his best friend susan berman. he was also facing trial in new york for the killing of his wife, kathie, who disappeared in 1982. attorneys says the death was from natural causes. coming up, governor newsome
presenting his latest proposed budget. what he wants to do with a billion dollar surplus. >> and there are rescue pilot who crash-landed in the path of an on coming train. >> and la nina is taking a little bit of a breather for this week ahead. that's right. get a little flavor of spring this week. we'll have details on that. the kron, 4 ne
safety after small plane crash landed in the path of a metro link train. the video might be a little hard to watch for some people. the crash happened about 2 o'clock yesterday in the city of pacoima. investigators say the plane lost power after takeoff whiteman airport landing on nearby tracks. the pilot was the only person on board. he was injured but he is hospitalized. t is expected to survive new york city fire officials now say 17 people were killed in an apartment fire in the bronx yesterday. that's 2 fewer than originally reported. 8 of the victims were children. the cause of that fire believed to be a malfunctioning space heater. more than 60 people from that building have been hospitalized, mainly for smoke inhalation. it is the deadliest fire in new york city and 3 decades. and the
north, a sonoma county sheriff's detectives are investigating after a body was found in a remote area off highway one. 0, one in cloverdale friday. deputies found that body in a field after someone flagged place down. no other information has been released yet. ok, time for a look at the forecast as we look at the golden gate bridge. and not only can we see it, clearly the skies are blue. a crime for meteorologists. dave spahr joins us. dave, it's nice to see some actual yes, we're getting a lot of it. and katherine is going to be all this week long. get used to it as we take almost a little flavor of spring-like. it looks not just there. >> but also at half moon bay temperatures are soaring this afternoon into the 60's. this is the january still soaring into the 60's. looking pretty good at that. here's the current look at numbers. tri valley, you're still hanging about. 59 also, hayward, 67 for free month. 64 meanwhile, the san jose up in the north bay lower 60's. if we can't get rain, let's at least get
some sunshine and some nice temps with that to half moon bay. as i mentioned earlier, there is about 64 now with the dry air clear skies and all that we'll see temperatures fall now in some spots in those inland valleys, you might start to dip a little bit into the 30's potentially, but a lot of 40's will cover most the real estate. here we go from sunny, basically mostly clear for tonight to clear and again, getting into those 40's, probably before midnight. here's the action coming in from the pacific. they've heard earlier we're talking about a chance of a sprinkle or shower going on for tuesday with the traffic for that is going up and around us. this is getting back into the la nina pattern here. we're kind of cheated out of rain and that looks to be the case with the success of system later this week as the chance seems to kind of be deteriorating on us forecast for tonight. we'll go with about 44 san francisco. mostly clear, cool matching that for oakland. 41 san jose clear cold temperatures. but you know, for the season, that's not too bad at all. so future cast for what happens for
tomorrow. now, tonight, base, again, mostly clear, maybe some high clouds a little bit for your stargazing tomorrow, though, a few little scattered clouds to make note of. this was supposed to be our opportunity for a few showers that clears out pretty quickly. we go back into pretty much sunny skies and into wednesday, it looks like now thursday, there's another disturbance again. but again, we're getting pieces of it just it's very reminiscent of the other dry years. now, the good news is we're really ahead of the game. 4, the water year, which starts october first knows a bonanza as we finished off last year. however, we're starting to fall behind a little bit and we're looking pretty good, though, thus far. little bit more on your forecast. what it looks like for the rest the week coming up in just a bit, catherine. all right, dave, see you in a few minutes. thanks to a >> the deadline for health care open enrollment. is this saturday. that is the deadline to get coverage through the affordable care act. washington, dc correspondent basil john has details. >> time is running out for americans who need health care
coverage. enrollment for affordable care act plans ends in just a few days. i think we've seen so much over the last couple of years. how important it is to get health insurance centers for medicare and medicaid services administrator chiquita brooks. let's sure says nearly 14 million people have already signed up for coverage this year. thanks to that and increase outreach efforts. >> and the increased subsidies been able to get coverage, brooke slush or says it's clear insurance improves health outcomes manage are kind of conditions that we have. those 4 just in case something unexpected happens like an accident. you want to have health insurance coverage and with covid cases surging brooksville sure points out while vaccinations are free. hospitalizations are not making sure you can get access 2 if you get sacked brooklyn, sure, promises that no matter where americans live, they can get coverage. there are
numerous options and almost every county across that across the country, the deadline is january. 15th with coverage beginning on february. 1st reporting in washington, i'm basil, john. >> today to santa clara county board of supervisors and county judge declared mental health and substance abuse. a public health crisis supervisor susan not only called the system of care fractured. they say the crisis is decades in the making and requires a large scale response. they say the focus should be on workforce shortages that are hurting the ability to provide services and especially they say, for the most acutely ill residents and children who need more access to mental health, help. >> the national institute for mental health states. that right here in santa clara county, more than 50,000 of our 263,000, 500 and rolled students, they from some
mental illness and less than half will receive treatment. this is just not acceptable. we have to do better. >> and of course, covid-19 has underlined the need to improve services. still ahead 45 big wins for the forty-niners raiders and the warriors got to play back yesterday. sports reporter kate rooney as coming up with details. >> but first right after the break, a boy's positive covid test gets his mother and to a lot of trouble were she told her little boy sit in the car her little boy sit in the car to driv after my car accident, her little boy sit in the car to driv i wondered what my case was worth. so i called the barnes firm. when that car hit my motorcycle, insurance wasn't fair. so i called the barnes firm. it was the best call i could've made. at the barnes firm, our injury attorneys work hard to get you the best result possible. call us now and find out what your case could be worth. you might be surprised. ♪ the barnes firm injury attorneys ♪
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woman is facing child endangerment charges after being accused of putting her covid positive son. >> in the trunk of her car to prevent herself from being exposed to the virus. sarah beam police say took her son to a houston-area testing site last week, a health worker talk to her and then being confirmed. her little boy was in the trunk. police were called to was arrested. she is free on $1500 bond. she is a high school teacher. by the way, she's been put on administrative leave. calls nationwide continue to grow u.s.. economists predict the least 5 million people will use sick days this week. that says reports show at least one in 70 americans tested positive for covid last week.
and that does not include people who use their at home test kits. doctor anthony fauci says the u.s. will probably record more than a million cases daily in the days ahead with cases expected to peak later this month. pope francis is calling on catholics to get vaccinated, calling it a moral obligation. he says people have been swayed by baseless information. colin vaccines, the most effective way to save lives during the pandemic. the pope called for people to get vaccinated during an annual speech in which he said some of the vatican's foreign policy for the year one. earlier on several early indications he called getting vaccinated an act of love. he says that refusing to do so is suicidal. the pope has been fully vaccinated with pfizer shots next at 3.30, the covid case surge is also causing a surge in 911, calls. >> problem spent dispatchers are now facing. and tax season
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status. it's one of the challenges outlined in his 286 billion dollar budget proposal. the state already covers younger and older, low income residents who are in the country illegally. now newsom wants state lawmakers to cover the remainder of the population. it is a developing story and will bring you details on any changes. the governor also proposing 2.7 billion dollars for a covid emergency response package. 14 billion to fight homelessness, including expanding project homekey more than a billion dollars being proposed to help fight wildfires, including 400 million specifically for cal fire and he wants to expand health services for children dealing with the effects of covid. it 4 billion dollars. >> to completely. re imagine are screening services for our children. i mean, i need to tell you the stress and the anxiety that our kids have been under over the last few years, particularly relates to
covid. this is serious and we're taking it seriously. and there's 4 billion dollars. multi-year investment in this space. >> capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala is following the governor's proposal in part to attack a wild fires. and she'll have a full report on kron. 4 news at 5 o'clock. for your money in upcoming irs letter could help some people get a little extra tax health. this is for people who received a 3rd stimulus check. they should look for letter. 64 75 your 3rd economic impact payment? that's what they call it. it could help people claim the recovery rebate credit on this year's taxes. that's if you did not get the full amount of the check. you are eligible to get while not taxable stimulus check still have to be reported and tax season begins january. 24. the covid surge is affecting a medical services. officials say they're being overwhelmed with non emergency 911. calls
the san francisco fire department says more and more people are calling in to report minor covid symptoms. kron first amanda hari has that story. >> 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 ems 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 over 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. health officials say this is not a san francisco specific problem. they say emergency medical systems across the state and country are seeing a similar surge in call volume for the same non emergent requests. amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> the california nurses association is angry about new return to work rules from the state health department. it says that people who have tested positive for covid. have been exposed but have no symptoms can go back to work without isolation without further testing. kron 4 talk to a registered nurse about why a lot of people disagree with that guidance. >> if we go to war knowing that we have covid. >> we know that we are potentially. infecting our non covid patients. our non-covid co workers for some people. maybe they we just got the
cold. that's well and good. but we never know what else will develop after that cold. >> the guidance does say that before the changes are made, there should be every attempt to bring in additional staff. >> all right. time to look at the forecast again, as look live over downtown san francisco on kron 4 meteorologist dave spahr as back pay. >> you said it feels like spring. it does. you almost little flavored. yeah. i think it can't get rain about not some sunshine going on here and it looks like that's what the doctor ordered for this week ahead. >> the temperatures we're checking in at this 3 o'clock hour. oakland actually a cool spot at 57 hayward. 59 off to the east bay here, antioch, 60. 59 in livermore. 62 san francisco and half moon bay has been in the 60's now for a couple of hours now. the traffic coming into the pacific, even if it's coming from the mid latitude is still kind of being pushed up to the northwest. so we're not getting any of this action. it first to you may recall the plotting we're looking at from last week as there was tuesday, little chance, maybe of a sprinkle. so with that
sun coming together now not really walmart. walk through those in just a bit. want to see with the fog situation is going to be tomorrow. really? it's only happening in the sacramento valley, not going to impact us much at all. chilly in some of those inland valleys. however, tonight we might dip still into the upper 30's, you know, colder drainage factor in the tri valley. for example. 39 livermore santa rosa made about 40, but generally 40 40's will be across most of the region tonight with those clear skies, somewhat dry air futurecast for doesn't show too much traffic again, getting pieces of the action. so tomorrow, i think we'll see a little bit more in the way of some scattered clouds in the afternoon. just a touch. they really cosmetic. that's all they're going to do. they move out making way for a clear night for tuesday night into wednesday. then thursday is the next day. we want to look out for for tomorrow, by the way, noting all of that, a few scattered clouds again, mild. 59 61 for oakland, 64 san jose. this pretty much holds for the week ahead. but again, we'll take a look at what's going on in terms of
maybe that little shot on thursday. catherine. >> all right. thanks very much. in colorado after hearing that classmates lost homes and the devastating wildfires in and around denver, 2 siblings are teaming up to help as kim posey reports no person is too small to make a difference. >> the suv is packed full. you wanted eggs and gain. a ion guard helped her 2 children unload more than 200 toys that they are donating to families affected by the marshall fire allow this is perfect. the family has brought their donations to the black belly restaurant in boulder. where the owner has turned the outdoor dining tent into a relief station for fire victims offering warm clothes, toiletries, food and more that south has up his 6 year-old sage o and 5 year-old abi said they wanted to help after one of obvious classmates lost their home in the fire
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bay area are headed to the playoffs. kron 4 sports reporter kate rooney joins us now with more. good time to be a bay area. sports fan cave. >> now it really is an exciting time, katherine, especially because both the raiders and the forty-niners are postseason bound and boy, did they have to fight their way in to get there. we're going to show you how everything happened yesterday. let's start with the forty-niners. all they needed to do to get into the postseason with win against the rams and you can see that the start at he was saying he's in for some. you got that start and he was at times to slow to get offense going. he threw 2 interceptions, but a bruising hill from team that's life that tied the game in the final minute and forth over time. the forty-niners shined in that ot sessions first daughter of legal field goal and sealing the win that interception by the rookie
ambry thomas moment. now the niners will head to dallas to new and old rivalry in the first round of the playoffs. that game it's set for sunday at one 30 cowboys after that. starting now last night, the forty-niners this happy about the win. >> just so proud of everybody in that locker room they never saw fine and they had to its really good team. i'm just so proud of the guys is kind of down 17 to 0, then go down and get 3 points in >> you know, it's and co-head agree misses in the locker room. you know, go out there and just play the ball that we play in. we showed up in 2nd half. >> let's talk some raiders niner game was will drop for one the reader said hold my beer. las vegas also have the chance to clinch a playoff spot with a win against the chargers at home. and they decided to take a roller coaster ride to get there. the raiders build a 6 point lead that lasted through the 3rd quarter. lake team back in the final frame and force overtime in ot. the 2 teams traded
field goals. finally, it was based kicker, daniel carlson to seal the deal. he's been so good cooking a 47 yarder as time expired to team to the playoffs. it was the 5th time this season. raiders won on the final play of the game. boy, it is good. clutch and now the raiders are headed to cincinnati. that's where they're going to take on joe burrow and the bengals. another pretty red hot team. that game time is set for saturday at one 30 pm. so. >> area football fans should be circling all this action on their captors after >> at the u k, thank you very much. talk to you later tonight. well, warriors, speaking of sports, have a lot to celebrate. klay thompson is back. he help the team secure another win in front of a home crowd after 2 and a half years rehabbing a torn acl and ruptured achilles tendon. clay welcomed home to the chase center. his return a success. the warriors were hosting the cavaliers. he scored 17 points, made 3, 3 pointers and
19 minutes of playing time and fellow splash brother steph curry scored 28 points. they beat the cavs 96 to 82. here's reaction from clay. >> was a very special moments. i'll never forget on their feet that this never forget the fans gave us especially myself and she was fun. >> heard it was fun. we'll see more of clay tomorrow night when the warriors go on the road to play. the memphis grizzlies. tipoff is at 05:00pm. the lineup is out for this year's bottle rock festival and includes more than 70 artists, including metallica, pink 21 pilots. luke combs. it is the festival runs from may. 27 through the 29th in napa. tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. all right. time for another look at the forecast. it has been beautiful and sunny. we're looking at the
bay bridge toll plaza. let's go back to kron for meteorologists. dave spahr, good data. take a walk that in the for the festival, by the way of metallica. catherine, there you go. >> i'm sure can. i'll go with pink. so what? and when? half moon bay? yeah, what we've got is blue skies going on here. temperatures holding into the 60's. look how calm that water is, too. although a little bit of a breeze. >> cooking across the region got about 48 going on at 7 at 10 clear skies. 45 some of the inland valleys will dabble into the upper 30's a little bit with the dry air in the clear skies and not a whole lot. the way of winds at work here on storm tracker for the traffic is now shifted to the north. we're used to seeing shots like this. we see a lot coming from the mid latitudes. now, this kind of was coming from that direction. but being sent up in around us, a very familiar pattern we saw during the drought years recently. no, we had a bonanza this fall. fortunately taking a little bit of a breather. it looks like through much of the week. we'll take a look at the longer range in just a bit. 44
for tonight, san francisco, mostly clear, cool kind of matching that for open. and 41 meanwhile for san jose clear in cool with all of that quick check into those winds are kind of hodgepodge a little bit on shore in the east bay shoreline up to the north bay and east bay meshal that of an offshore wind that we're checking in at this hour. most of the readings single digits. so for tonight, again, spots will be chilly with the upper 30's in place. but a lot of 40's over most of the real estate both at the coast and even inland for some of those valleys like napa valley. check in at 41 looking what's going tahoe now, not adding to the snow, at least not yet. e models were hinting, although it's fairly dry for here thursday. friday, maybe of getting some snow there. we'll call partly cloudy for now. temperatures nudging up to about 50 or so by wednesday. so there take a little bit of a breather from winter. it looks like as well now putting it all together for tonight. again, some leftover high clouds cool to cold. depending on your perspective here with temperatures 40's to 30. but it is pretty much, you know, middle january like this inland valleys. then for this
week we've got clouds in and out of this forecast. nice. 60 ish temperature check. sprinkle on thursday may be in for the weekend. mostly sunny, dry and about 60. speaking of that, let's go and take a look at the longer range here we get around thursday. that's what they're talking about. maybe a sprinkle here. most of the action will stay to the south of looks like particularly into the weekend. looks good for us over the weekend with more of the traffic going up to the northwest and this takes us into next thursday as well. but sip of that 7 day forecast. make sure you've got 60 or so for most of the week about looking at upper 50's. by the time we get to the weekend again, overnight lows in some of the inland valleys, maybe drop in the upper 30's govern. all right. dave spahr, lex good to take you there. >> coming up next, why dozens of shelter dogs in sacramento need of fos
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weight. more experts have been telling people to learn to be happy with foods. they like to avoid cultural obsession about weight. they argue self care is the best approach. studies have indicated that can lead to better body appreciation and even the motivation to exercise. time now to check in with newsnation to see what they're working on tonight. >> democrats are asking for lower heating prices, but are they to blame the first place? why the cost is going up and how much more you have to spend this winter. plus, a look at the incredible technology to allow you to see him to the ends of the universe. that's on balance. here's dan abrams. thanks, leland. tonight on dan abrams live on news nation. the man who bought kyle rittenhouse the gun he used in the deadly kenosha shooting. >> in court today to try to resolve the criminal case against him with the same judge who presided over the rittenhouse case. that's tonight on dan abrams live. >> and you can find newsnation on the channels listed here. we have more details on our
website. kron 4 dot com. let's get one final check of the weather with dave spahr day. >> catherine, you know, they're talking about james webb. this is going to be the gift that's going to give for years. they think it's going to last even longer than 10 years was projected to last that long. so because uses much power to get up there may last for a long time. given us news for many more years to find out all kinds mistress going on. this is going to be cool. 59 for tomorrow. we've got a cool week dog. weeklong forecast to 61 for oakland tomorrow. 64 san jose mid-january. hello taking a break from the rain. so it really is la nina kind of getting a little laugh and here because it's been a kind of silent during the period of the last fall during this last fall, he run into early in the year. we've got all that rain which you don't usually see during a la nina year. it's more el nino and we'll go with about 60 for highs thursday. sprinkle question don't wait up for it. 58 for your weekend. looking good at that. in the only thing is maybe
some of those inland valleys will babble into the lower 30's. catherine. >> all right, dave, thank you. and the news does not end here. our coverage continues at the top of the hour on the kron on app. we've got a look at what's coming up. santa rosa police looking for the people responsible for vandalizing a holocaust memorial. and we'll talk about the impact of the omicron variant on traffic in the bay area. you can use your phone to scan the qr code you see on the screen, it will take you right to your app store. you can download the app free. and that's it for kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock. i'm catherine heenan. >> thanks for joining.
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