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>> tonight at 9, several schools closed in oakland today after students and faculty staged a sickout to protest for better covid protections. good evening. thanks for joining us. i'm ken wayne. i'm palmore 3 oakland schools were closed today because of that sicko. those schools, bridges academy, acorn, woodland and united for success academy. >> this time the students organized the boycott over what they say is a lack of covid safety and their schools. kron four's. rob nesbit has more on how the district is responding tonight. >> this is the second time this month that schools and oakland have been canceled because of a sickout. the first time it was teachers who did the organizing. but this time it's students who say they won't return to the classroom until their demands are met. parents receive notifications monday night of the 3 oakland schools will be closed tuesday because of the sickout organized by student led petition that mckayla dean signed the manga very just that. >> everybody's getting sick or usd. communications director
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john sasaki says classes were canceled because of how many teachers called out sick in solidarity with students on the shutdown. we don't have enough staff to support students who are in school. according psaki, the district has met the masking demands of students by ordering a distributing around 200,000 kn 95 mask. the petition also called for twice a week pcr and rapid testing for everyone on campus. but according psaki, the district is currently following the guidance of health professionals by providing testing at 10 hubs throughout the city. the rapid tests are every bit as effective as the pcr test that detecting omicron. and so we will continue to do that. more outdoor spaces to be safely was a 3rd demand made by oakland students. the district says it's waiting on supplies. once we get those our staff is very quick about and you know things together and selling them on our sites and providing more and more spaces for students to eat outside. some teachers say their schools are seeing the same amount of covid supplies as others. this has not been distributed equitably across
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our district and this is why some of teachers and staff >> are joining things. do in this fight for safer usd recently came to an agreement with the teachers union for extended covid leave. >> when it comes to covid protocols, the district claims that the same amount of resources are being shared with all schools. they're standing. is that the masks to god to all schools? >> for example. >> we have distributed lots and lots of ppe when it comes to, you know, wipes hand sanitizer, cleaning supplies and center. we've been doing that since being school psaki says the district won't know how many students called out sick until tomorrow. >> but that as of now, the sickout will be considered unexcused absences. >> in san francisco, i'm rob nesbitt. kron. 4 news. >> also in the east bay students, teachers and staff and the hayward unified school district were back in class today after a week of virtual learning. they're out because staffing shortages and not enough covid tests. but the board of education voted last friday to resume in-person learning new safety measures include at home covid tests
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and masks for everyone. schools will now also offer grab and go lunches hold virtual staff meetings and student athletes will be tested for covid before attending any practice or competition while infection rates do remain high. experts say they believe things will fall off again as quickly as they started to get a closer look. kron four's terisa stasio talks was a leading hospital which says falling rates may give us hope for a futuke away from this virus. >> the numbers are jarring. ucsf reporting 60 people in the hospital after 3 facilities for people hooked up to life. saving ventilators. 10 of those cases, children with one so serious that child is on a ventilator. >> we are still seeing a very high number of patients being hospitalized. a lot of them being unvaccinated as well. and so all case are quite high. we do see more a little leveling off, but i think it's too soon to say which way this
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will go. doctor nathan low with ucsf says omicron numbers remain high but >> he says there is reason to be hopeful. i think there are a lot of things to be excited and optimistic about. i think stays a really big day because for the first time the u.s. government has made it available to get free. >> at home, rapid test. and i think this is like another really great tool in the fight against omicron in the fight against the pandemic. and these tests can be really helpful for people when they're thinking about going out or attending a social gathering. it's a test you can take just before hand to make sure that you're not infectious, not you don't you want and suddenly covid in omicron and according to data from ucsf 2 months ago pre omicron spread, there were 12 people at their 3 hospitals. >> with 4 on ventilators, plus 4 children sick with covid and one on a ventilator. >> the more we learn, it seems the more we don't know.
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>> yeah, i think that there have been incredible scientific advances understanding covid and going from 0 to a vaccine that works really well. that being you can always been on the bugs. you know, a lot of viruses have tricks that will make this pandemic last a very long time. but i think that there's a lot of things to be optimistic for. and that includes the vaccines. the availability of rapid tests from the government. and so i think focusing what we have well, allow us do a good job fighting this pandemic to resist osseo kron. 4 news. >> meantime, israel has approved a 4th vaccination against covid-19 as a booster shot. but new research claims the omicron variant. the booster shots were 3rd vaccination, reportedly bringing an increase in antibodies that could fight the virus. but last month, sheba medical center gave health care workers yet another boost or a 4th shot for a study on curtailing the omicron variant and they claim
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the results show that while there was again a boost in antibodies, it was not at a level high enough to completely battle that particular mutation. >> what hawaii will soon require visitors to get a covid booster shot. if they want to avoid quarantine when they arrive at the islands under the state's current safety program. travelers who do not want to quarantine for 5 days must either be fully vaccinated or have a negative covid test within one day of travel. but the hawaii program is now changing the definition of fully vaccinated to include booster shots. the new changes are not expected to be put in place for at least another 2 weeks. the federal website where people can request a free at home. covid tests is now up in love. the website is covid tests dot gov. supplies will be limited to just 4 tests per home. the tests are free and there's no shipping fee but do not expect the rapid turnaround. the white
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house says tests will typically ship within 7 to 12 days of ordering. if you want to read more about the tests and step-by-step instructions on how to sign up, we have a link on our website. kron 4 dot com. thousands of californians may not get a disability check. the state is freezing 345,000 claims. >> suspected to be fraudulent. investigators believe the insurance claims for fraudulent lee filed by people using stolen medical information. in addition to freezing the disability insurance claims the employment development department suspended thousands of suspicious medical provider accounts. the edd says it's working with providers to verify their identity as quickly as possible. some legitimate claims may be among the suspected fraud attempts which could delay disability checks to californians in need. >> in national news, the fate of the voting rights bill hangs in the balance as the u.s. senate started debate today. democrats want the american public to take notice of what happens on the senate floor in order to get the
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voting rights measures passed. the democrats need to change the rules on the filibuster so they can pass the bill by a simple majority. republicans are not supporting the measures and democratic senators kyrsten sinema and joe manchin. once again are holding up their party's agenda. both lawmakers have shown no sign of changing their stance against the measures. today senate democratic leader chuck schumer said no matter what he is ready to call for a vote on voting rights. >> win, lose or draw members of this chamber were elected to debate and to vote. especially on an issue is vital to the beating heart of our democracy. this is about one party wanted the power. the unilateral. the rule book. of american elections. >> again, no republicans support the bill. the biden administration plans to significantly expand efforts to fin farce in the western
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united states in hopes of preventing wildfires. the 50 billion dollar plan would focus on far surrounding areas called hot spots where nature and neighborhoods collide. the plan more than doubles the use of controlled burns and logging all to reduce trees and other vegetation that serves as tender. at then those most at risk areas. it will focus on regions where out of control blazes have wiped out neighborhoods and sometimes entire communities, including california's sierra nevada mountains. >> not all 4 zone forecast. as we give you a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza, which is pretty quiet this tuesday night. it is pretty quiet and very dry. lawrence is here, lawrence, when are we going to see some rain and not for a while still, we've got high pressure overhead. that ridge really just dominating our weather. it's tends to break down a little bit only to rebuild in. well, we're getting the dry weather other parts of the country. they begin the very stormy weather and even very cold weather to today. temperatures, right? the average of 57 degrees.
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>> in downtown san francisco. 55 a little bit below normal in oakland. 59 degrees in san jose, 60 in livermore. 59 in concord in the cool. 54 in santa rosa. air quality has been suffering under this big dome of high pressure. you get that stagnant air and that means not really getting anything to move that atmosphere around much of tomorrow. the winds may begin to pick up a little bit. still expecting moderate amounts of pollutants in the north bay east, a little hazy into the south bay looking good along the coastline. right now, though, high pressure overhead. you see that ridge kind of building in again, see that arc of the clouds kind of rolling in gives you idea of where that ridge is, that it's making its way toward the west coast. again, that means it's going to lift the jet stream and build back in. bring some nice weather around the bay area. we are seeing more of an on shore breeze right now. but overnight tonight that will likely become more of an offshore wind and that will bring with it. i patch is about to leave fog inside the bay overnight tonight and early tomorrow morning. all summer to watch out for as you make your way to the central valley. temperatures are
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cooling off now. 49 degrees in la mort is 48 to dublin. 49 for friends in concord. 49 in san mateo. 47 now and partly cloudy into the napa valley. and 46 degrees in the bottle overnight tonight. here's a look at some of the visibilities were expected throughout the night tonight as we head into early tomorrow morning. you start to the build up some of that ground fog early tomorrow bringing visibility down less than a mile in some parts of the bay area. but then as we head to the middle morning, that kind of mix out and he's pretty much gone. they have some nice conditions out there in clear skies around most of the bay area. offshore winds will be more of a factor here in the next 24 hours. you can already see the trend starting to see some of those winds try to move offshore overnight tonight. i think we'll see that pick up and just start to see some breezy conditions developing in the north bay hills. then that will spread out across the rest. the bay area throughout the day tomorrow, a little breezy in spots. but other than that looks like it's going to be some nice weather all around the bay. area's high pressure going to hold on. that's going bring some nice weather head. that ridge just kind of rolls in overhead. the jet stream you can see to the north.
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guess what, as that ridge moves in that jet stream stays north of the bay area that keeps the rain line. well, north of us now. so we're going to keep things dry, not only for tomorrow, not only for this weekend are probably the following weekend and maybe beyond that as well. maybe not get into some rain, at least significant rain until we get in the first week in february overnight. tonight we'll see some of those high clouds continue to drift overhead tomorrow morning. some patchy fog early on them by the afternion. squeeze in some sunshine. temperatures running up in the 60's for most of the bay area. thank you, lawrence. tonight, community members cross bay area came together for a vigil in honor of fremont native michelle. go. >> who was pushed to her death in front of an oncoming subway train in new york city last weekend. a similar vigil was also held in times square tonight. kron four's taylor bisacky has the latest. >> with friends and community members mourning the loss of 40 year-old michelle go affordable, fun for tragedy. we all deserve to be safe. former classmates and co-workers gathered for a
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vigil in san francisco's chinatown tuesday night. a similar vigil also took place in new york city's times square, an area close to where go lost her life saturday morning. go who was born in berkeley and grew up in fremont, died after being pushed on to new york city subway tracks as an oncoming train was approaching. company very comfortable with >> as somebody was so memorable, that and it's say that san francisco city attorney david chu also spoke at the vigil calling for a stop to the violence and racism against asian communities. at the beginning of the pandemic. >> before a single covid case was diagnosed europe are states. in the chinatown in san francisco and new york city. we saw business drop by 50% before single covid case. to the virus of racism. due to
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discrimination to stereotypes that york city police later arrested a homeless man who fled from the subway station. >> but later turned himself in. he was identified as 61 year-old simon marshall and has been charged with second-degree murder. police are in show that. >> that day you were the i'm taylor bisacky reporting kron. 4 news. >> in the south bay, a teenager allegedly involved in a holiday smash and grab is facing a string of felony charges. 19 year-old gregory jefferson was arrested at his home in pittsburgh earlier this month where police found this more than 30 boxes of luxury sneakers, clothing. >> and a ghost gun. police say jefferson is connected to 2 robberies at the high-end shoe store called fix kicks in santa clara. the first robbery involved about 18 people with $80,000 worth of merchandise stolen. the second robbery was just 5 days later with about
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28 people involved feeling more than $112,000 in merchandise. jefferson is now facing charges, including organized retail theft and assault weapon charges because of the robberies. the fix kicks a store is now conducting its sales online. >> a food pantry that serves hundreds of people each day in the south bay might be forced to close city of san jose is looking for thousands of dollars in order to keep the pantry open. >> the church which operates that pantry is worried that the money will be hard to come up with. well, for dan thorn has the story. >> 6 days a week, hundreds of people line up for food at light house ministries pantry in san jose for the past few years, the operation has been trying to help fill the need within the community. but now the service might be forced to stop. we're just trying to help. expected more support from the city. i think i expected them to kind of step in. >> and give me a hand here and passed around almost says the city of san jose is asking for a special use permit. the
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permit costs more than $15,000 and needs to be paid by april. the pastor is not sure they can come up with the money. i understand what they're saying. understand the whole form out of that. it's just that when you weigh that out against the need for food right now. it doesn't really have a comparison before the request for the special use permit. the pantry was notified by the city last week that it was not complying with zoning rules. the notice kept the pantry from operating for several days even before the covid-19 pandemic began. the pantry has been a lifeline for those who need food. many are worried a closure will force them to go hungry. it's very poor because without their help. i don't know her. i would be a spokesperson for the city of san jose says the understand the vital role that food pantries play in the community. but the pantry operates in a small convenience store in a residential neighborhood. >> the permit is required to avoid issues such as parking and other impacts on neighbors and online fundraiser appears
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to have come up with more than $16,000 to cover the cost of the special use permit. pastor almost says he just wants to continue helping his community. i just. >> really don't see why. those issues right now are that important? first is feeding people. let's do the right thing. especially when really counts. reporting in san jose. dan thorn kron, 4 news. >> he sure can hear it and you can even see it. take a look at this big sideshow posted to the citizen app. according to chp, there are at least 100 vehicles involved in it. authorities say they got reports of the cars heading from middle harbor road to interstate 80. this was yesterday. no. and other information that has been released by the chp at this time. >> in oakland city council is considering a new proposal to end the competitive bidding for minority owned contractors. but 2 council
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members are signaling their strong opposition to that idea. come force has the money and has the story. >> hazardous roadways and potholes are a major problem in the city of oakland. it's going to take a lot of work to safely restore the streets, sidewalks and the pavement and a lot of money that's up for grabs for contractors bidding for the job. oakland city councilmember loren taylor. we have 60 million dollars of paving contracts that are being awarded. >> and unfortunately, a proposal is that we reward them too 3 large. corporations instead of creating opportunities for small local businesses. >> the open department of transportation is behind the proposal asking for a waiver that would end the competitive bidding and participation for small businesses in oakland. however, a city ordinance requires that 50% of the work is awarded to local businesses. and half of that is specifically award. it 2
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small local businesses that are often owned and operated by minority members of the community. and people need to know that the city stands by its word. oakland city councilmember sheng the only way to actually feel the historical institutional racism. >> it's really to transform oakland into taking a proactive approach. >> torre writing racial wrongs and party individuals, including people of color and women. and in this case are oakland small and very small businesses who are frequently owned by people of color and women. >> kron 4 offered an opportunity to the department of transportation to be a part of this conversation. they declined in the summary of their nine-page resolution. the directive states, quote, while all bidders were deemed responsible for ward know contractor proposed for ward was responsive to the full requirement for local participation and cool. >> and staff is saying that that is the best they can do. i reject that. i think that there's more we can do.
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there's more we should do. i know that people are eager to make sure that our roads are paid. >> and but that doesn't mean that we can't do both get our roads paper at the same time, follow the policies that we have implemented. haaziq kron. 4 news. >> coming up on kron, 4 news at 9, a crash in sonoma injures. a brother kills the other. what we know about that crash when the driver who's now facing dui charges. and oakland survey has the latest public opinion on whether to spend tax money for the oakland a's project. the survey results ahead. yosemite is launching a new reservation system for summer camping. >> now you can get a spot after the break.
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>> starting today, you could win reservations at yosemite national park. the park is so popular right now. it always is that it is opening its own lottery system. the grand prize reservations at the park's most popular campground, north pines, 70 says the lottery creates a fair and balanced way to make reservations. tickets cost $10 more than 600 winners will be selected next month. we have a link on our website at kron 4 dot com. >> an asteroid the size of the golden gate bridge zipped by earth that are relatively close distance. the comet is called 74. 82. it went by at a distance of more than 1.2 million miles, the closest an asteroid is passed or since
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1933, there are more than a million known asteroids. it's not uncommon for many of them to fly by earth. the overwhelming majority of them are of little concern, not our 4 zone forecast with a live look. at the bay bridge toll plaza. >> well, no media, right. insight let's check in with lauren to see how the skies are looking over the bay area. thank goodness. you'll have to look up to the moon and see all the impacts. you get the idea of really impact a big plan, tory and even moves around our solar system. so something to watch out for tonight white night that we're still here. that's good news about that outside a nice look at the golden gate bridge. we've got some fairly calm conditions, high pressure overhead. some high clouds begin to drift overhead as well. i think overnight tonight actually see some dense fog out there early on tomorrow morning. so other than that, the offshore winds are going start to kick in. i think as we head through the day tomorrow, we'll see those kind of picking up outside. that being said, the high pressure going to send the rain line well to the north,
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it keeps us dry. but as that low begins to drop to the south and the east of us that can help create that offshore wind. and here we go. some blustery conditions over the mountain tops above 1000 feet. you can see some 20 and 30 mile an hour gusts by tomorrow afternoon. temperature wise down below. we have all that air begins to sink. starts to warm up well into the 60's. getting close to 70 degrees in some love parts of the bay area. and then the next couple days, we may actually see the 70's as we head into thursday and friday this weekend, we cool down the temperatures and partly cloudy skies but staying dry well into next week. thank san francisco opens a new resource center for those who may be struggling with homelessness and addiction. >> we have details on the health and addiction assistance. residents can get
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>> now at 9.30, the mill valley community is mourning the death of a tamil pius high school sophomore killed in a four-car crash. >> that same crash now has his brother in critical condition and the driver under investigation for driving under the influence. kron four's. jonathan mccall shows us the support. the family isn now receiving. >> this is what remained of the car that 16 year-old twin brothers, liam and lukas washington road and sunday morning, the crash on highway one 60 near walk. murrow shut down the highway for hours. the impact killing liam and critically injuring his brother and injured 4 other drivers. >> it was reported as driving
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recklessly crossing the solid double yellow lines seem other vehicles that were traveling westbound. chp says the driver. 24 year-old minuses, alexander of dovato. >> was behind the wheel of a cadillac headed west on highway one. 16 and went into the opposite lane while trying to pass up cars. that's when investigators say alexander crashed head on into 2 cars before being hit by a 3rd. investigators say that leah was in the backseat. lucas in the front, alexander was arrested on suspicion of felony dui but has since bonded out. inaestigators say that speed also playing a factor in the crash tragic event that happened. >> i i like to serve as a reminder. for the people out there just to be careful driving the speed limit. don't drive. i want to be able to out all jacksons be very some down. >> neighbors tell kron 4 news that liam's death has shaken the community to its core.
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now, many are now rallying around the boy's family to go. fund me. pages have now raised more than $80,000. the superintendent of the temple union high school district confirmed that liam and lucas, more sophomores at temple, pius high, but did not offer a comment on the crash. jonathan mccall kron 4 news. >> a southern california man has been charged with 2 counts of vehicular manslaughter after allegedly running a red light in his tesla. while the vehicle was on auto pilot, the deadly event unfold in los angeles in december of 2000, 19, 27 year-old kevin george. as these are ayad model s sedan left the freeway ran a red light and crashed into a honda civic, killing 2 of the civics occupants. a preliminary hearing is scheduled for february. the 23rd just pleaded not guilty and is currently free on bail. this is the first time a
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driver using semi automatic driving technology has been charged with a felony in connection to a deadly crash. michigan driver walked away from a crash and looked like it was straight out of a fast and furious movie. the car went airborne. you see there soaring >> highway overpass. there it is in the air. it happened on highway one. 31 your door township that's just south of grand rapids. a surveillance camera from a nearby business captured the images. authorities say the driver veered off the road, drove up an embankment before going airborne. the car landed on its side and witnesses say the driver crawled out through the back window and just had minor injuries. san francisco stepping out efforts said to help people in need, especially in and around the tenderloin kron four's. charlel clifford has the story. >> on tuesday, san francisco opened a new center near un plaza to provide assistance to people who may be struggling with homelessness, health problems or addiction. visitors can get access to water, hot food, laundry
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services, showers, bathrooms, or medical help, including testing for covid-19. we open to everyone. we're really here to serve. >> mary ellen carroll, the director of san francisco's department of emergency management, says the center will also connect people with services. there will be reps from the department of health, the department of homelessness and supportive housing and the probation department. our intention is to fold. one is to provide a safe and welcoming place for people as an alternative to the street. >> we're providing which there are showers are on the way here. we fast general hygiene and outside place for people to be the second part is really the linkages to services that folks may need. >> after nearly 2 years of dealing with the pandemic, carol says the services are needed now. >> more than ever will bring a lot of lessons learned during. >> you know, from our covid experience working together its partners overall that these many, months and bring
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it to bear in this particular crisis. the tender lynn. >> for the time being the center will be open from 08:00am to 08:00pm with reduced capacity because of covid-19. but the city hopes to eventually have an operating. 24 7 in san francisco, charles clifford kron, 4 news. >> in the east bay, oakland city council members have passed legislation banning the distribution or creation of those untraceable ghost guns. according to the council, the percentage of guns seized by law enforcement, which of those privately manufacture firearms jumped from less than 7% in 2000, 19 to nearly 17% in 2020. and as of last march, those types of guns were counted for nearly 22% of guns confiscated last year. similar laws have already been implemented in san diego. and in los angeles. >> an update now to the oakland a's and the team's attempt to build a new stadium at howard terminal in oakland. a private group has hundreds of open residents, whether
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they support public funds being used to finance that plan. the survey came back with a majority of people polled not wanting public money spent on the new stadium, but with no new stadium, say they're leaving kron four's. ella sogomonian has the story. >> a new ballpark for the oakland a's comes with an 800 million dollar price tag. so the east oakland stadium alliance asked more than 500 oakland residents whether they support any public funds paying for the construction. if a new home for the a's at the howard terminal. 46% voted no opposition soared to well more than half among people who live in districts 5, 7, where the waterfront ballpark and housing complex would go up. greg mcconnell, ceo of the consulting firm supporting the group. explain follow-up questions in the survey found participants. i would like to see funding go to address issues like homelessness and public safety. instead, women these could be used to help or attempt to help address those
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issues. >> should they be diverted to being used to? this is what the the development of the stadium, then they. opposition went from. 46 to 37. 46 againts 16 the set. it one of those say to you. on their own. if you're one of those stadia, a community benefits like every other development does the city of oakland's website explains the stadium would not cause taxpayer money. >> from the general fund won't raise taxes or divert funding instead would be a public private partnership using project generated revenue and some grants. but the organization behind the survey idsists voters do not want any public funds no matter the source to be used for the venue for kron. 4 news, i'm ella sogomonian. >> still ahead at 9 governor newsome announcing a new plan to help students graduate from college debt. free.
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>> and a lot of sunshine around the bay area tomorrow. even more coming our way. we'll talk about that next. in sports, the splash brothers, steph curry and klay thompson put on a show tonight at chase center. sports director jason dumas has the highlights. coming up.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> finally bad here in the bank for some home cooking.
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they needed it after only one in 3 road trip. they have 7 straight games here at home and it started night against the detroit pistons. go out and chase center. klay getting up some shots pre-game. probably he had himself a night under a minute to go in. the warriors already of 24 hand down, man down a solo shot with and a couple of seconds later next, possession 2nd quarter winding down to get the steal clay a gimme. all 3 of what has brought this combined for 31 points in the birds have claimed to have been up the crowd. >> my >> klay. catching the pistons. ball watching. and are we wide open in the corner? yeah. 19 points now. a couple minutes later on the state 38 play stopped give me h of those. he
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had a 19 point. this was game since coming back from that injury. how minutes later? you see it. the final score. one today. 86. everyone was all smiles after this. one. the niners they were back on the practice field and all signs are pointing up when it comes to injuries and and we have to spend the most important player on the field. the quarterback. >> comedian was on the practice despite that bombing shoulder, he injured his shoulder late in the 2nd quarter on that plane. and you just saw, as you can see when trying to protect from a blown ended up exposing his shoulder kron four's. kate, really ask what hurts more is for his shoulder in his response. very political. he just said, yes, you will not find making any excuses and they don't serve anyone. well, especially when you're facing a talented pacers team, there are 13, 0, 4, on the season. and 3 of
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those losses just by one possession in one of the little says, getting a matter of the packers had already clinched the nfc east. top seed when they lost to the line the last week in a season. kyle and they know a lot has changed. is that with the attack back on september 20 state? >> i think both teams are a lot you know, is earlier in the air for both of us. you know, i think we had we haven't lost a game yet. i think there are 500 at the time and, you know, i think i don't think either of us are execute as good as we are now on both sides we've both been a lot through a lot worse than done. i think on both sides of the ball and special teams on both teams are better in all phases. a lot's changed honestly. and personnel has changed. >> they're get some guys they're getting healthier and you can see that and you know, we have some different personnel to that. we have 3 so. i you definitely watch that game taking into account. there's a long time ago. a lot things have changed
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dramatically. personalize. but i know we've got to be cared for whatever they want to do. they had, you know, a lot of time prepare for this one.
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discuss what a long-term solution will be. frankly, what we've seen happen is kicking this 5 g can down the road, so to speak several times. >> earlier this month, the faa created buffer zones around 50 airports, including sfo and men at a san jose requiring wireless companies to turn off nearby transmitters for 6 months to minimize potential 5 g interference. but airlines like united continue to maintain the 5 g rollout will result in not only hundreds of thousands of flight cancellations and disruptions for customers across the industry in 2022, but also the suspension of cargo flights into these locations. on tuesday, 18 t and verizon agreed to another delay in launching 5 g near some airports for an undisclosed period of time. industry experts say that's good news for travelers. if we did not
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have this temporary regarding 5 g near the airport. >> it's very possible we would have seen a lot of the airlines delaying flights tomorrow, possibly diverting them if weather was bad if the pilots fell. the ultimate ers or other equipment were not reliable or even canceling these flights just to avoid sending planes to their ports that might be unsafe. now, the faa has already cleared about 45% of the u.s. commercial fleet, meaning. >> those planes should be okay with 5 g service. but that leaves a whole lot of planes that might not be ok. what happens to those planes? will they need new equipment manufactured and installed. if so, that's not going to happen overnight. dan kerman kron, 4 news. cas says 4 zone forecast as mike from catches up with my voice to show the park and arrow. >> in the city. >> and our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow has a look at
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our mild weather, but also the tough weather across the you realize how lucky we are to live sometimes during the winter months. right now it's calm out there looking nice out toward the golden gate bridge. some partly cloudy skies, some high clouds up above to see that on the doppler radar. things are staying dry. >> across the country, though, not so much. we've got winter weather advisories. you see the clouds moving across in the billings. you see the winter weather advisories also across the northern tier. there you get up toward north dakota. some unbelievably cold weather throwing some snow in some cold weather all the way down places like florida and the jacksonville. so yeah, we've got advisories going up again. could be another outbreak of some severe weather as we've got that cold system that's going to begin to drop and you see the snow up towards the great lakes and then for the south, we start to latch onto. there you go. a little bit of moisture coming up. the gulf got that cold or combining really that's the recipe to get some severe weather.oso we could be watching that again as we head toward late wednesday and thursday. temperatures for tomorrow are just going to be
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frigid across much of the northern half of the u.s. freezing all the way down in norman, oklahoma. 23 for a high in wichita, denver, checking in at 23 degrees. look at my not -9 degrees in north dakota. 3 for a high in minneapolis and only 16 in downtown chicago. so a very cold temperatures across other parts of the country. while the bay area doesn't look half bad after see weather like that, we're looking at some very comfortable numbers back to our overnight lows. so we're going to be warmer than some of the highs across the country tomorrow about 38 degrees for a low tonight in santa rosa. 44 in san jose about 45 in san francisco. 43 in blow by day tomorrow. got 50's and 60's in the san francisco. a little cool along the coastline. 55 degrees in daly city. 57 in half moon bay inside the bay. you'll find some sunshine temperatures in the 60's in millbrae and burlingame about 64 degrees. very comfortable in redwood city woodside. 63 in palo alto, the south bay, santa clara valley. going to be very
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nice tomorrow. lots of sunshine throughout the day. some mild temperatures mid 60's in the campbell. 6 for insert hogan. 65 in sunnyvale, east bay. those numbers going to be nice. 66 in fremont, 68 degrees, possibly into livermore, little breezy over the mountain tops, get over the diablo range. the oakland hills there. you could see some winds 20 miles per hour or so. and the north, they'll be a little bit breezy over the mountain tops as well. but temperatures staying a fairly comfortable watch out for some debts to the fog early tomorrow morning. i think by about the middle of the morning that is long gone. lots of sunshine to return. those offshore windt will be kicking will be breezy in spots. still plenty of sunshine and warmer weather over the next few days. that will cool down with some partly cloudy skies over the weekend. >> thank you, lawrence. california has launched a new effort to help students graduate from college with less debt. it allows them to trade volunteer work for cash for college kron. four's capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains. >> starting this fall, thousands of college students
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across california could get funds for living expenses and other financial perks in return for volunteer work. in short. >> we are making it clear here in california like the g i if you're willing to serve your community and give back in a meaningful way, we're going to help you pay for college. the program called college score will provide $10,000 for selected students including living expenses, education awards. plus academic credit so long as they complete 450 hours of volunteer work in an academic year, according to the california volunteers website, 45 colleges are participating. that volunteer work would be coordinated through the college that applying student attends and must focus on 3 key areas. climate change k through 12 education and food and security officials say the program is expected to provide help to up to 6,500 students over the next 2 years. >> undocumented students are eligible. it will provide training for the next generation of civic minor minded leaders in california,
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including dreamers. >> those contributions and perspectives enrich our state and our campuses every day. >> higher education leaders, including those of the university of california and california state university systems officially launch the program tuesday alongside governor gavin newsome. funds for the program come from earmarked money totaling 146 million dollars in the state budget passed last year to help california students and communities. if this thing works, we go back to legislature tickets level out. >> we could take it to the rest the country because nobody else is doing this. officials say students at the participating colleges should be able to apply starting this spring. >> in sacramento, ashley zavala kron. 4 news. well, this might make you feel like a little bit of a slacker. a teenager in georgia just got accepted. >> get this by more than 40 colleges when you are a has received scholarship offers was total more than half a million dollars. she's the oldest of 3 children and says her biggest inspiration is her mother who was unable to go to college. >> so you apply to more than
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90 schools? >> i don't fly august the out of my price of cars. was cleveland and mississippi. i didn't think i was going to get us up the into both. i hasten this. how goes the press and i just started it. >> so you're says she hopes to attend one of her top 5 schools major in criminal justice and eventually become a lawyer. olympic officials in china introduce more restrictions for athletes competing in the games will tell you what those athletes
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>> the 3 olympic values are excellence, friendship and respect and their concerns. china might not be following the last 2 closely at all. athletes from western countries are being advised to leave their cell phones at home over fears of spying. that's according to new reports. the threat is so prevalent that the british olympic association will be offering temporary or even burner phones to british athletes. dutch olympic officials told their athletes not to bring their laptops or their phones while china has promise athlete access to partially unrestricted internet use security experts point to chinese surveillance company sponsorship of the games as a reason to be wary. we have a reminder that the olympics are quickly approaching. so real-life olympic folk heroes got to celebrate their country's return to the games.
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>> you might remember this one, the real-life 1988 jamaican bobsled team that inspired the movie cool runnings return to the olympics after more than 3 decades to celebrate their country qualify for this year's games in compete in the 2 man and 4 man bobsled. they'll also have a woman competing in the i know bob competition, which is making its debut this year, mono or model. >> look for the jamaican bobsled team when the olympics begins on february 4th, that will be fun. that wraps up kron 4 news at night. but our primetime coverage continues at the top of the hour, including hundreds of families in san jose. >> could be going hungry. why the city is ordering a popular food pantry to pay thousands of dollars or risk being shut down. plus, emotions running high in san francisco's chinatown as a community pays tribute to michelle. go. she's the bay area woman who was killed in an unprovoked attack in new york city.
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>> what local leaders are now demanding the news at 10 coming up next.
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10, we should be able to walk down the street after going to community college. >> and now worry about being killed. >> now at 10 vigils from coast to coast as communities come together to honor the life of michelle go, the bay area native killed in a senseless act of violence. thanks for joining us on kron. 4 news at 10. i'm ken wayne and i'm pam moore. police say 40 year-old michaud go was killed when a homeless man pushed her in front of a new york subway train. tonight, a vigil was held there as well as in san francisco's chinatown. >> force an reports her death has struck a blow in the bay area and beyond. with friends and community members mourning the loss of 40 year-old michelle portable phone for tragedy. >> we all deserve to be safe. former classmates and co-workers gathered for a vigil in san francisco's chinatown tuesday night. a similar vigil also took place in new york city's times square, an area close to where


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