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>> now at 3, a new health order is about to take effect in the north bay. what it means if you have any big events coming up and a startling new statistics san francisco. one in 5 people testing positive for covid of the city is working to curb the spread and make testing more accessible. also, what's off a city is considering a boost or mandate for certain indoor spaces. now from the local news station. this is kron. 4 news at 3. >> that's all fine. it's not easy. it's scary and stressful
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and very frustrating. >> now at 3 on the kron is forcing some businesses in the north bay to shut their doors. hello, everyone. thank you for joining us on kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock. i'm catherine heenan concerts and weddings and other big events are being canceled in sonoma county. the new orders taking effect at midnight tonight. people are being asked to stay home whenever possible. kron four's charles clifford joins us live with more on how businesses are reacting. not good news for them. charles. >> know that this is something that nobody wanted to. you know, yesterday, sonoma county health officials said they want people to start avoiding a big gatherings and they are canceling all indoor gatherings of 50 people or more outdoor gatherings of 100 people or more. that is going to have an impact on venues like concert venues, especially one here in petaluma. >> she lynn pretty frustrated. shannon o'donnell is the owner of the mystic theater in
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downtown petaluma after being closed for a year and a half. the theater just reopened this past fall. shannon says she and her staff are fully vaccinated and boosted and that they have done everything they can to follow the rules and keep the doors open news that sonoma county is once again canceling large gatherings for at least a month. it's devastating. >> it's obviously be on financially straining scary. and we just got to reopen in september. and then i got the news last night that her forced to close down for another month. it's not possibly longer fits. it's been a rough >> shannon says the theater employs about 25 people in the attached restaurant bucaneers has 45 employees at this point. she's not sure if they'll have to let anyone go. but it is a possibility. you know, i just got the news last night at about >> and so i've definitely been. talking with the town buyers, my staff and mean, get right here right now is to go
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right up something special to us and not all of my staff and to put out on our social media. >> but it's definitely it's and mistrustful, you know, for everyone that it's a out on a works with that? >> but it's fun. it's not easy. it's scary and stressful >> all right, back live now this latest a ban on large gathering runs through at least february 11th for now in sonoma county, charles clifford kron. 4 news. >> thank you, charles. san francisco health officials are pushing for more more covid testing as the city is reporting an all-time high in cases. of course, this is amid the omicron spread. the city's public health director says the positive test rate is 4 times higher. the last winter with one in every 5 tests coming back positive. the city is now at the height of the
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omicron surge at circa berg general hospital. more than 200, 50 staff members have been exposed to covid. they are entering a quarantine with more than 100, 30 san francisco police officers. also in quarantine right now. as always, people are being urged to be cautious and to get a booster shot. >> we are optimistic that because of our city's high vaccination and booster rates, we will get through this omicron surge. >> without running out of those all important intensive care unit beds. if you're up to date on their vaccinations, it is extremely unlikely will be hospitalized due to covid. >> health authorities so we might soon turn a corner on the virus. of course, we've heard that before and we're not there yet. 81% of eligible people in san francisco are vaccinated with 58% having had their booster shots. san francisco mayor london breed has issued a new health order. it is aimed at city hospitals effect of tomorrow. hospitals
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will have to show proof twice a week. they are meeting patient needs in a timely manner as the mayor puts if not, they could be fined up to $10,000 a day. kron four's rob nesbitt is working on that story. he'll have more coming up on kron. 4 news at 5 o'clock in the east bay, the oakland school for the arts will be closed this week. the school issued a statement saying it's because of a staff shortage as a result of quarantines. adding we are unable to continue to provide person to person instruction to students and need to institute an emergency school closure for the remainder of the week. the school says changes to state law prohibits them from offering remote learning students will be assigned work to do online during the closure. the school is planning to reopen next week. stanford is reporting 800 new covid cases as a post holiday covid outbreak continues to grow nearly 500
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students, more than 300, 50 staffers have tested positive. 600 students are isolating in student housing winter quarter. classes at stanford are now online. in-person classes will resume next tuesday, january 18th testing is required before returning to campus university officials believe the surge will continue as more students come back to campus to return to in-person learning. state provided covid take home test kits like this one are being distributed this week in the san francisco unified school district. but getting tested at a district site can be a problem for some parents and teachers. they're all desperate to find out if it's safe for them to go back to school. kron four's haaziq mod-yoon has that story. >> so did >> jessica hobbs broader side to this covid-19 testing site
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at the crocker, playground in san francisco. it is one of these for covid testing locations available tuesday for parents and students in the san fraicisco unified school district. she talked about some of the challenges he had to overcome to make this happened starting with navigating the school district's website to figure out exactly where to go. >> so to be able to find out i make it, my son tested today. i had to look through. i went on the web state and had to look through because the locations rotate and i feel like i'm extra savvy because if you see an employee, but that might be for other families to be able to figure out exactly where to go. there are also narrow windows of time to get tested at each site. have to pay attention to the hours that the testing sites are because they want to davidson. >> until 12, in addition to being a parent, alvarez is also a teacher's. the sf unified school district. >> who says she had to take
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off work to get this done. i have had to be of work so is able to make it. as far as you have also look at if they're saying that are open after regular work hours, san francisco board of education commissioner allison collins. you know, we can say that testing is available. >> as it like an idea. but what we're hearing on the ground is that parents are literally driving across town to find tests. it's an extreme hardship families who don't have transportation. >> we need to help parents make it easy for them. this mom agrees that would be great if we had a full-time nurse at every school or like a covid. >> person to help with all of this because it's a lot for everyone in san francisco. has might you kron 4 >> in the south bay, you might soon need to show proof of a covid booster shot or a negative test in order to attend indoor events in san jose. the city council is considering a booster mandate at its meeting today. it would
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apply to anybody attending events and city own facilities, including the snp center. the convention center, for example, or the center for performing arts. the order would also apply to venue. staff will have updates during the kron. 4 evening news. in washington, dc today. congressional leaders honored former oakland raiders coach and broadcaster john madden and ceremony was led by east bay congressman eric swalwell. he says for the bay area man who was a lot more than a football icon. >> john madden was simultaneously a larger than life hall of fame coach and broadcaster, but also someone you can hang out with and have a cold miller light at the outback steakhouse in dublin after his grandsons football game. bump into at ace hardware on a saturday afternoon looking at power tools. or join for ham and eggs after mass on a sunday morning at vick's all-star
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kitchen on main street in pleasanton. >> madden died december 28th and pleasant and his family is also planning a public memorial on february. 15th, madden coach, the raiders for 10 years bringing the team's super bowl win in the 70's. >> all right. time for a look at the weather. it has been really pretty and much of the day and most places, although it's looking a little foggy right there as we overlook the golden gate bridge. >> kron four's. so john tribal has the forecast. really has been a beautiful day so far. now we do have a breeze out there that all makes for a cool feel at times, especially. >> as we start to see the sun grow deeper in the horizon. still happening at a pretty early hour as we're in midwinter here, you can see san jose, lots of sunshine up above among our warmer spots today with daytime highs climbing into the mid 60's were already hanging out there. now, high pressure ridge has built in solidly this resulting in a big change from the dip in the jet stream
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over much of december. that brought us the cold, rainy and snowy weather. that was, of course, record breaking for many areas. now we're back to a more dry pattern, something like what we saw last winter season. that's what's keeping us so mild. and so sunny these next several days, you can expect more that sunshine through the remainder of her daylight hours today. more of that hanging out into tomorrow to know our best shot of rainfall would have been thursday. but even that potential is fizzling out those little patches of green that you're seeing offshore, just not enough energy to take him right into the bay area. so we will continue to remain dry to close out the week and even start out next week. temperatures today, our warmest spots, oakland, san jose and napa well into the mid 60's for the remainder of your afternoon, san francisco comfortably cool 62 degrees. tomorrow will be a lot like today. lots of sunshine. some low to mid 60's. we start to cool down a little bit towards the rest of the week and then into the weekend. daytime highs fall even further into the upper 50's and low 60's.
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>> ok, john, thank you very much. coming up, why 2 california police officers lost their jobs for ignoring a robbery call what they were doing instead. and after the break, the palo alto school district is asking for help from parents as omicron continues to cause chaos. how the district says those pare the palo alto unified
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school district is asking parents to volunteer some time. >> as kron four's will tran reports. it's an effort to keep schools open. >> many schools are doing online learning, but in the palo alto school district, they are doing their very best to make sure the schools look just like this full of cars full of teachers and full of students face to face learning. >> and for that to happen, they need volunteers, substitute teachers, of course, because there are teachers out there not showing up because of covid-19 and other things. but the backbone of the education system. they're saying the things that happen behind the scenes like this, tony, over seoul. lot of parents dropping off their kids this morning. a lot of them are doing. you turns and coming back and volunteering not just at this elementary school, but at schools across the palo alto unified school district. they have the support of the parents. they actually got the email from the school district on sunday night at 09:00pm and by
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09:00am on monday morning. they had 300, 60 responses from parents saying, yes, i will do it or i'm very interested in doing it. got a chance to talk to parents. they say it is great for them because they're kids. they learn a lot beteer face to face. we could see the impact on his mental health. i mean, he definitely needs people of his age age group to, you know, scream rahm play, learn how that classroom setting. >> and have that level be level headed at his age, grew his age level, right? without the parents. could you guys still operate? >> we are. we can. it's just how well can we i mean, i'm constantly checking my suburb port in terms of of filling in one of my custodians has been out and still out today. a couple of items that i'm thinking a parent could help would be helping us to wipe down the high touch point surfaces. so that was the principal. you will not be teaching the kids. instead,
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you'll be doing things like custodial work. you'll be doing a tendency will be helping with covid tests as far as the paperwork, all the things that happened behind the scenes to make the front line. >> workers like the teachers do their job. they are making sure that the parents i mean, they want to make sure, especially the elementary school kids are sase. so no parent, we'll be alone with a child. if that is your concern, you can go on to the web site at the school district or the individual schools and tell them you would like to volunteer. i've already taken the liberty of volunteering. a lot of people at kron 4 so shifts will begin as soon as people that kron 4 get off of work. back to you. >> that might be news to some people aren't the san mateo foster city school district is once again doing contact tracing. there are 115 confirmed covid cases among students and staff. there are so many cases that parents got letters yesterday saying the
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district cannot send out letters, notifying them on weather. their particular child has been exposed to the virus. parents got upset some cases. now the district has reassigned some staffers to do the contact tracing the district superintendent says all students and staffers, of course, are being asked to behave as though they've been potentially exposed to covid. santa rosa. police are looking for the people who vandalized a holocaust memorial. they say it happened friday when the fountain that santa rosa memorial park was knocked over and damaged. you see the scene here and this was not the first time it was also knocked over in 2020. no one was ever caught. in southern california to los angeles police officers were fired for ignoring a robbery in progress and instead playing pokemon go. court documents say that former officers, lewis lozano and eric mitchell, we're
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called to respond to a robbery at the crenshaw mall. but audio and video evidence showed them a talking about it and deciding not to go. moments later they were heard talking about the pokemon go game and strategizing their next moves. the officers appealed their terminations, but they lost. all right. time for another look at the forecast. it has been a pretty it has been sunny in many areas as or looking live now over san francisco. here's meteorologist john tribal. really has been a beautiful day so far. now we do have a breeze out there that all makes for a cool feel at times, especially. >> as we start to see the sun grow deeper in the horizon. still happening at a pretty early hour as we're in midwinter here, you can see san jose, lots of sunshine up above among our warmer spots today with daytime highs climbing into the mid 60's were already hanging out there. now, high pressure ridge has built in solidly this resulting in a big change
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from the dip in the jet stream over much of december. that brought us the cold, rainy and snowy weather. that was, of course, record breaking for many areas. now we're back to a more dry pattern, something like what we saw last winter season. that's what's keeping us so mild. and so sunny these next several days, you can expect more that sunshine through the remainder of her daylight hours today. more of that hanging out into tomorrow to know our best shot of rainfall would have been thursday. but even that potential is fizzlingsout those little patches of green that you're seeing offshore, just not enough energy to take him right into the bay area. so we will continue to remain dry to close out the week and even start out next week. temperatures today, our warmest spots, oakland, san jose and napa well into the mid 60's for the remainder of your afternoon, san francisco comfortably cool 62 degrees. tomorrow will be a lot like today. a lots of sunshine, some low to mid 60's. we start to cool down a little bit towards the rest of the week and then into the weekend, daytime highs fall even
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further into the upper 50's and low 60's. thank you, john. still ahead, more people in the bay area are capturing the omicron stay home from work. >> the added impact on local businesses and after the break, the federal reserve chair on the hot seat today as lawmakers are demanding answers about inflation.
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president biden has nominated jerome powell to serve another
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term as chair of the federal reserve. powell also served under president trump. >> before confirming him, though, to another term. senators had questions and how he plans to tackle inflation. washington correspondent alexandra limon reports. >> senators praised the steps the federal reserve took during the pandemic to save the economy, but say those same steps contributed to the problems we're seeing now. all of us recognize that americans are experiencing. >> price increases and in many areas in 2021, inflation rose by nearly 7%. the highest rate jump in almost 40 years. federal reserve chair jerome powell blames a lack of supply. people want to buy cars, car car makers can making more cars because they know conductors to fight inflation. powell says the fed plans to end asset purchases by march and raise interest rates throughout the year. >> but republicans say that may not be enough.
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>> i'm concerned that the fed missed the boat on addressing inflation sooner. a lot of us are. powell admits the feds predictions about inflation or wrong but said experts didn't think it would take this long to resolve supply problems. there's no experience with h% this before. we haven't had the global supply chain collapsed. senator sherrod brown worries the steps the fed is considering will hurt consumers to people talk about cooling off. >> the economy. what they really mean is making it harder for people to find jobs and stopping paychecks from growing. and we know how this goes. the cooling off never seems to extend to corporate profits. are executives pay instead, brown wants to see fixing supply problems remain. the government's primary focus in washington. alexandra limon. starting saturday, private health insurance companies will be required to cover the cost of at-home covid tests. the >> biden administration announced the change in order to lower the cost to make testing more convenient health
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insurance providers will have to cover the cost of up to 8 at home tests per person per month. the white house says it will soon roll out a new website where you can order those covid tests online and have them delivered to your home. >> next 3.30, the bay area city that's working to expand voting rights to non u.s. citizens. and the red cross says it needs extra help with blood donations saying there are severe nationwide shortages and part of the emergency room of one east bay emergency room of one east bay hos this tiny tacos big box is perfect- [speaking in unison] to share... jinx... tiny tacos big box... triceratops... get out of my head! my new $6 tiny tacos big box with three delicious dipping sauces. - hi mommy! - hi honey! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. ♪ hush little baby...♪ ♪...don't say a word...♪ but if slow upload speeds turn your goodnight call
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somebody. >> has an entire family that has covid and now they have symptoms. they probably don't need to get tested if their symptoms are mild. >> they have covid doctor. rodriguez says unlike in the past supply is not the issue. the health system has enough tests. in fact, everyone who was admitted to an emergency room is tested for covid-19. >> doctor rodriguez says requests for routine testing are taking attention away from people. >> we're suffering emergency. see if somebody has >> mild cold like symptoms and they live alone and they're vaccinated and boosted. they probably don't need to be tested. they can isolate themselves for 5 days ask for additional 5 is right. others of the 185 covid-19 tests administered at john years. emergency departments. >> in concord and walnut creek monday. more than 33% were for people with mild symptoms.
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testing is recommended. if you have a high risk condition and covid-19 symptoms. >> or you have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for the virus. phillipe djegal all kron. 4 news. >> the rapid rise in covid cases, of course, is taking a big toll on businesses. a growing number of restaurant owners say they really are struggling to stay open because of staff shortages. in part, a lot of employees either tested positive or been exposed to the virus. a spokesperson with the golden gate restaurant association. so as the toll for business owners as both financial and mental. >> real emotional stress that manifests in different ways. and we just really need to help each other and we need everybody understand that our industry is as really suffering. we have to make the decision to close this morning as we just didn't have a kitchen staff available. >> she says you can support
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your favorite restaurant by buying gift cards and suggests that customers be patient right now as businesses are trying to get through all of this. the red cross says that there's a national blood crisis for the first time in decades. the nation's blood blood supply is and record low territory. the pandemic leading to a 34% drop in donors because of that shortage. the red cross says that can't always deliver the requested amount of blood to hospitals, nonprofit blood donation company of violence is that it is seeing the lowest overall blood supply. and more than 2 years here in the bay area, they say no matter what your blood type donations are desperately need it. >> every blood type right now it is currently needed. you know, we typically like to see at least a four-day supply on our shelves. and right now in certain blood types, we have less than a one-day supply ourselves. so it's really important that all eligible donors, you know, show up and give. and if you don't know your blood type, that's ok, because you find out your
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blood type. a preliminary indication of your blood type your first time. donors don't know when you come in to donate. >> it is free to donate. of course. if you recently covid you should symptom-free for at least 2 weeks before giving blood january is national blood donor month as an incentive vitalant will be giving away a $5,000. prepaid gift card to one lucky blood donor that will happen at the end of the month. happening today, california lawmakers are debating whether to create the state's first universal health care system. there are 2 bills under consideration. one of them would create that system. the other one would outline how it would be paid for. the first bill would have to be passed by january 31st. our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala will have a full report on the kron. 4 evening news. >> in the south bay, some san jose city council members are proposing a measure to allow.
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>> non u.s. citizens to vote in local elections. that measure requires voter approval. it would give more than 200,000 non eu citizen residents, the right to pick new lawmakers to weigh in on various policies, new york connected to similar measure last month. san francisco did pass along 2016 to allow non-citizen parents to vote in school board elections advocates say expanding the vote will benefit people who are here from all over the world. we will update you with any developments. president biden returned to a key battleground state today to endorse changing senate rules that have stall democrats voting rights legislation. the president sent a message from georgia back to washington saying it's time to choose democracy. our washington correspondent jessi tenure has reaction to his speech. >> some civil rights groups skipped president biden's
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remarks today in protest of what they called in action from his administration. but the president told them to keep the faith. >> the battle for the soul of america is not over in the heart of where the civil rights movement took place. president joe biden is making his strongest case yet for the biggest overhaul of u.s. elections in a generation. we want the people to rule the federal legislation would strike down state voting hurdles, reduce the influence of big money in politics and limit partisan influence over the drawing of congressional districts after previously defending senate rules. the president says he's willing to make an exception to pass these measures. we have no option but to change the senate rules, including getting rid of the filibuster for this. but not all democrats are on board with changing filibuster rules to pass voting reform with a simple majority. west virginia senator joe mansion. once republicans support filibuster is what makes the senate. >> hopefully work when it's supposed to work. the summit is unbroken and donate senate
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republican leader mitch mcconnell has united his caucus against democrats legislation. we know there are already willing to manufacture a voting rights prices to increase their own power. texas republican senator john cornyn argues 94% of voters said voting in 2020 was easy. and senate democratic leader chuck schumer agrees stressing democrats want it to stay that way. 2020 worked out, ok? >> i guess my friend is saying the big lie is false because donald trump said it was fraudulent. >> and schumer set next. monday's martin luther king junior day as the deadline to consider voting rights legislation and the filibuster rules in washington. i'm jessi tenure. >> all right. time to talk about the forecast as we take a live look at the san mateo bridge kron for meteorologists. john tribal is here with details. >> well, a beautiful tuesday. temperatures today have overall been pretty comfortable after what was gloomy and cool conditions last weekend. certainly rainy conditions last month. think
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that this is a welcome sight for a lot of the bay area. look at half moon bay, people walking around enjoying those sunshiny conditions right along our beaches. the beaches were the first spots to warm up earlier on today. the rest of us have since caught up and now we're all solidly hanging out in the 60's. high pressure. ridge built up will continue to keep us this way over the coming days, continuing to remain mild and dry. any chance of rain or snow sent well to the north across the pacific northwest. what that means for us is the rest of the day. today will come along with a few clouds from time to time. but those bright skies overall prevailing through the rest of the day today on into tomorrow and eventually even into the weekend. ahead of us now, thursday was originally our best opportunity for rainfall. and on thursday, you can see a couple of pockets, a green hanging out offshore, not enough energy in the system to result in the 80 rainfall working its way inland, though, that's we will remain dry thursday on into the weekend. much as we will today. now today's daytime highs are peak temperatures
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anywhere from the 50's to 60's some of our warmest numbers will be right along the bay shore. and as we finish out the rest of this afternoon today, do expect those mid 60's to continue across the south bay. among our warmest spots on the map today. as for the east bay, a range of low to mid 60's for you as well. temperatures today and tomorrow will be among our warmest. so if you haven't got outside yet today, do you get out there spend the rest of these daylight hours enjoying the really mild feel that today is certainly bringing with it. here's a look ahead in our next 7 days. so after today's low to mid 60's comes another day with that tomorrow, we do see temperatures sloping downwards just a little bit into the weekend falling into the upper 50's to low 60's on average, our inland lows will be our coldest down into the 30's much like we saw this morning. some don't forget those jackets as you head out to start your days. >> coming up, the new study that says breakups can be bad for men's health. also, the woman who gave birth at work
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common side effects include sleepiness and stomach issues. movement dysfunction and restlessness are also common. you are greater than your bipolar i. ask about vraylar. >> the cdc is reportedly considering formally encouraging people to work and 95 masks over their cloth masks. this is according to the washington post. studies indicate it can take about a half hour for 2 people were in cloth masks, too. pass the virus to each other. the double masking scenario is safe. they figure for about 25 hours. other basic advice that any mask should be worn consistently and correctly. the rising number of hospitalizations and the bay area means that local hospitals now have to decide between which patients to care for as they begin to suspend or postpone elective surgeries, things like hip or
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knee replacements. it means that hospitals can free up staffers to focus on people who need help immediately. but some warn it could lead to long-term health consequences. >> so sometimes, you know, somebody comes into the emergency department, for example, and they you know, serious infection or a problem with their intestines where, you know, they could were sent in a very short period of time and they need surgery in order to deal with that. those are cases we really want to have the capacity to manage. >> there is no official order on this. but officials say they are looking at the situation for now. it is being left up to hospitals to decide which elective surgeries are considered unnecessary. patients are being warned to expect delays and postponements. in colorado, a woman gave birth 3 weeks early and it happened in the bathroom at her job. reporter carly moore tells us what happened. >> 5 pounds, 9 ounces. this
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tiny bundle of joy. never in a million years thought it was in the movie just 2 days old already has the story of a lifetime. i called my husband was like, i think that these are contractions at this point. they're not braxton hicks anymore. i'm pretty sure one of the libor you see julie, she was at work at the car, hop sales office in lakewood when her coworkers unexpectedly became part of her birth story, take a lot of screaming and a lot they want endure the pain going on. but, you know, a lot of it was on my and just remaining calm, trying to keep her calm and trying to keep her breathing. we didn't have any towels. we didn't have it. >> where business? we're not in the business of >> babies, baby jersey. here is tiny but healthy and just >> very grateful that there was no complications. there are so many things that could happen in that situation. and everything happened perfectly very quickly. back at home. the mom of 2 is bank full for
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her co-workers. he. >> stood up and then we had to do and help me out. and i really appreciate it because i don't know she had been okay if he had bomb. >> dad. and the car have crew won't soon forget. i mean, might not put this on my resume, my resume have life. it certainly will be a story. i tell my kids, my grandkids, i don't know where this fits on a resume, but i'm i'm going block it away and hold. it is like one of my most treasured memories. >> and that was a reporter carly moore reporting. >> time for another look at the forecast on what's been a mostly sunny tuesday. not real sunday right there. we're looking live at the bay bridge toll plaza. >> kron 4 meteorologist john shrable has details. >> well, a beautiful tuesday. temperatures today have overall been pretty comfortable after what was gloomy and cool conditions last weekend. certainly rainy conditions last month. think that this is a welcome sight for a lot of the bay area. look at half moon bay, people walking around enjoying those
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sunshiny conditions right along our beaches. the beaches were the first spots to warm up earlier on today. the rest of us have since caught up and now we're all solidly hanging out in the 60's. high pressure. ridge built up will continue to keep us this way over the coming days, continuing to remain mild and dry. any chance of rain or snow sent well to the north across the pacific northwest. what that means for us is the rest of the day. today will come along with a few clouds from time to time. but those bright skies overall prevailing through the rest of the day today on into tomorrow and eventually even into the weekend. ahead of us now, thursday was originally our best opportunity for rainfall. and on thursday, you can see a couple of pockets, a green hanging out offshore, not enough energy in the system to result in the 80 rainfall working its way inland, though, that's we will remain dry thursday on into the weekend. much as we will today. now today's daytime highs are peak temperatures anywhere from the 50's to 60's some of our warmest numbers will be right along the bay
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shore. and as we finish out the rest of this afternoon today, do expect those mid 60's to continue across the south bay. among our warmest spots on the map today. as for the east bay, a range of low to mid 60's for you as well. temperatures today and tomorrow will be among our warmest. so if you haven't got outside yet today, do you get out there spend the rest of these daylight hours enjoying the really mild feel that today is certainly bringing with it. here's a look ahead in our next 7 days. so after today's low to mid 60's comes another day with that tomorrow, we do see temperatures sloping downwards just a little bit into the weekend falling into the upper 50's to low 60's on average, our inland lows will be our coldest down into the 30's much like we saw this morning. some don't forget those jackets as you head out to start your days. thank you, john. >> coming up next, the strange that some caps are getting that some caps are getting very poss
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canada are making it clear to their owners that the household blender. >> belongs to them. i who knows why. but that couple bought a new blend or recently they say the moment this thing arrived, their caps, max george and lando claimed it as their own kind of taking the blender hostage. one of them always sitting on top of the unopened box. the couple figure they might lose interest when they won on a christmas vacation. no such luck. they are still guarding the blender. they say anybody who suggests they just lift
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the cap off the box probably has never owned a cat. i say just left the pox. >> some french and italian researchers are digging way down into the antarctic to study ice. that's more than a million years old. they brought up samples from more than 400 feet down, but they're hoping to reach a depth of >> 8800 feet to get samples. that could be one and a half million years old. all of this is being done in an area where temperatures can reach 78 degrees below 0. on the state in 19. 0, 8, the grand canyon officially became a national monument by the end of the 19th century. thousands of tourists who are visiting every year, one of them was teddy roosevelt, who made environmental conservation. a big part of his presidency after making more than 800,000 acres of the grand canyon area and to a national monument. he said, let this great work of nature remain as it is now.
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time now to check in with newsnation to see what they're working on tonight. >> tonight and dan abrams live on news nation. a jury for woman won't confirm a compromise. manslaughter verdict in a florida murder trial. she says 3 jurors refused to convict of murder only because the defendant was a young black man. now, here's ashley with a look at bands. >> thanks, dan. tonight on banfield, a colorado woman jumps into an icy lake to say 3 little children. tonight, the exclusive on how it went down. plus, reversing to beauty trend. why so many celebs are ditching their implants, safety or flat-out fashion? that's tonight on banfield on newsnation. >> and you can find newsnation on the channels that you see listed here. we've got more details available on our website. kron 4 dot com. and the news does not and hear our coverage continues at the top of the hour on the kron on app. here's a look at some of what's coming up. napa county
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is seeing a record number of covid cases like a number of areas. sonoma state university is going to transition to virtual learning and people are being advised not to head to canada. just use your phone to scan that qr code will take you right to the app store where you can download the kron on app for free. those stories and more coming up. and that's it for kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock. i'm kathryn hannah. thanks for joining us.
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