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>> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 7. >> good saturday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron. 4 morning news. i know. well, bello, we're beginning with some breaking news this saturday morning. a fire in big sur dubbed the colorado fire has grown to more than 200, 50 acres and is prompting evacuations and palo colorado. it's been burning since last night. according to the national weather service officials, the fire has remained stubbornly active overnight. time lapse video where you can see the smoke billowing just over the mountain range there along the
big sur coast. flames are burning near rocky creek and palo colorado canyon. the evacuation order is for all areas west of 3900 palo colorado, road to highway one and south to brit creek. chp has also closed highway one at rio road just outside carmel by the sea. and andrew miller, a state park just north of big sur. there is an american red cross shelter open right now carmel of middle school off of carmel valley road. so if need a place to go, that is the american red cross shelter that's open right now. hard to believe we're dealing with a 250 acre wildfire in mid-january, especially after we had such wet weather at the end of last year. but i know it was extremely windy last night, which has helped to keep those flames alive in the overnight hours. dave, are we going to see those winds calm down at any time? point well, good morning or good morning,
everybody. it looks like we'll get some of that going forward, but it will be a breezy afternoon and they will continue to be offshore winds all over central california. >> this is what we have with the sun starting to fill up a little bit of the east bay shoreline as we speak. temperatures being supported. yes, these are currents 50's to near about 60 going on because of those winds actually very active in our north bay. elsewhere, the wind advisory has since expired. here's the current map for you. we had a wind advisory covering a good chunk of the bay. now we're down to a high wind warning covering mostly the higher elevations up there in the north bay. this a good stiff offshore wind at work here and compliments of the recent rains. we've had maybe proper fire situation is somewhat subdued compared to what it could be with we're a little drier this year. here's what the current winds are. as you can see on when tracker coming in directly from the offshore direction from the north, just about everywhere, a little bit of a you can see offshore wind also occurring on the east bay shoreline as well. going forward on storm
tracker. 4. this is what looks like as we go into the afternoon. 55 by 11 by 2, we're at 58, not bad for a day, however, but again, it will be breezy in spots, windy up in the north bay. and that will be around until 11 o'clock but still breezy this afternoon. more your forecast in just a bit. noel. >> he's absolutely the best person and we've lost a really good person. >> today marks one week since michelle go was killed. she was shoved to her death in front of a subway in new york's times square. the attack is reminding people of the rise in acts of violence targeting members of the asian american community go lived in new york, but she went to high school here in fremont kron four's gayle ong tells us how the bay area is honoring her. >> friends and community members gathered for a vigil in freeman friday night to honor the life of 40 year-old michelle go. even though i didn't know her i just feel
like she could be any one of and i just want to be here supporting family very, very difficult time on january 15, go was waiting on a new york city subway platform in times square when police say she was pushed in front of a train in an unprovoked attack. 61 year-old simon marshall who was described as homeless and emotionally disturbed, turned himself in friends say go was a volunteer helping at risk in homeless families. she also worked as a consultant in manhattan. go was born in berkeley and grew up in fremont. >> philip j knew her since middle school. everything that they said about her. it's true. he's absolutely the best person and we've lost a really good person. >> michelle was one fremont city council member to receive paying organized the vigil calling her death a senseless act of violence. the man accused of pushing go is charged with second-degree murder. police have not classify this as a hate crime but the asian american
community say this is another attack in a string of violent incidents targeting the aap eye community since the pandemic is in fremont. gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> well, today marks the 49th anniversary of roe v wade marking nearly half a century since the court's legalized abortion nationwide. house speaker nancy pelosi issued a statement this morning. she said, quote, roe v wade stands a pillar of health freedom for every person. but today, this historic victory now faces its most alarming threat in decades from white wing forces, including in state legislatures and on the supreme court. she continued on to say, quote, as we mark this momentous anniversary, let us renew our pledge to never relent in defending health freedom across our nation, wherever. and whenever it comes under threat, end quote. coming up later on in the show, we're going to take you to the march for life rally that took place in dc ahead of today's anniversary.
back here at home today is the big day for the forty-niners and the packers fans have been telling us all week how excited they are for this game to see if the forty-niners can do it yet again. many have already started making their way to green bay, wisconsin, for the game today. kron 4 sarah stinson joining us live in san francisco. she's got her forty-niners gear on. i know you're excited for the games >> yeah, i'm not usually wnke on saturdays at 07:00am. but when i am, i say let's go niners. i mean, you finally picked the right repbrter to report on the niners. why did we have will doing it all week? he's not even a niners fan given that here are moving on. we're talking about the niners because, of course there green bay right now and i'm dress warm because i'm getting in the mindset of what it's like to be there right now. it's 21 degrees. we think it's cold here in san francisco. yeah, not so much. 21 degrees and it's going to be dropping by the kickoff.
it's going to be 16 degrees is just going drop off from there and there. and there it's going to be a game that we're all going to be biting our nails on the edge of our seats. we know it's going to be a tough one it's a game. the packers they're going to be used to that cold temperatures, of course, their home field, lambeau field, which is called the frozen tundra. green bay is used to winning playoff games at lambeau field. jimmy g though, hasn't been to green bay postseason since 2014. now garoppolo suffered the shoulder injury last week. if you recall at the cowboys game, he says it's definitely impacting his throws. so that's going to be in adoptions going to mean we already had the thumb injury right? and he said that that had him adapt it every throw. and now the shoulder injury. on top of that, it's not great. and that has me a bit worried. but i think he's going to rally through and hopefully he just doesn't get any more injured week. i haven't pulled through on this one. aaron rodgers, the
packers quarterback. he has a little bit of a rivalry with our forty-niners. it's not a team first team type of rivalry, but it is a aaron rogers rivalry against the forty-niners. his memory lee vowed since >> since the forty-niners did not take him to be on the team and he's from california. he's from chico and he said he will beat the forty-niners every chance he gets. rogers gets his 4th playoff shot against the team tonight. now fans, they're not worried about it. forty-niners fans. we are so and from last game, fans at the airport going to green bay felt invincible against the cold and the packers. >> it slammed mean like what an experience going to see your team at lambeau. like for playoff game. that's a it's kind of a bucket list item that i can recall this. we're going to definitely win or come back with that w. >> they are. we don't not going all the way out there to the dep freezing cold today. and now we don't do that.
>> yeah, i love that enthusiasm. all right. well, guess what? the forty-niners packers game tonight. it is currently the number one highest selling nfl game on stub hub this weekend. there's other games going on if you believe it or not. but take a look who's buying the tickets. the average ticket price, by the way, $331. and the most fans are coming from california represent. that's 23% coming from california followed by 17% fans in wisconsin. mine tickets and percent, illinois. so that's kind of interesting right now. there are currently more than 1500 tickets available on stubhub say you really just want to you see this report and you're like, i'm just going to book a flight right now and head down there but yeah, that would be wild. so noel, it's going to be a game that we will never forget. it's a kickoff at 5.15. i'm loving that. it's on a saturday loving that it's at 5.15, ares here in san francisco public. and the fact and as you know, all that is a concern for health officials. so stay safe out there. you
represent. >> so glad that you got up early to talk with us. i feel like we couldn't convince you to get up this early on a saturday unless it was a 40 niner story. so thank you very much for your sir. we'll check in with you. that is the hour, right? we'll check in with haha. some great news this morning. 49 ers best defensive weapon. nick bosa has cleared concussion protocols. he is good to go. he took a nasty hit to the head during last weekend's wild-card win over dallas. but he's set to be all good to go and green bay coming up at 9.30, kron 4 is going to have a special edition of our red and gold zone where we will talk everything forty-niners ahead of today's match up. so be sure to stick with us all morning long. coming up here on the kron, 4 morning news, a teacher strike looming in oakland. >> why educators say the school district is not doing enough. plus, the entertainment industry lost 2 more legends this week. we're going to take a look at their legacies right after the break.
goodbye to multiple entertainment icons, including bob sagat sydney, and now singer and actor meat loaf and comedian louie anderson have both passed away. i have to say i'm at louie anderson as a kid in the airport and he was one decent man they should has more on their legacies. >> born marvin lee aday, the icon went on to have a prolific career spanning 6 decades. loves family sharing the news of his death in a facebook post. our hearts are broken to announce that the incomparable meat loaf passed away tonight with his wife deborah, by his side, from his heart to your souls don't ever stop rocking. his 1977. debut album bat out of is one of the best-selling records of all time.
>> his 1993 hit. i do anything for love, but i won't do that. earned him a grammy and he sold over 100 million albums. the dallas native was also known for his on screen performances, more than 65 in all, including wayne's world fight club. and the cult classic rocky horror picture and just hours later, the world learning the tragic news of louie anderson's death. the 68 year-old comedian and actor passed away in a las vegas hospital after a battle with non-hodgkin's lymphoma born in saint paul, minnesota. anderson was the second youngest of 11 siblings discovered at a comedy competition by the iconic henny youngman. before earning his big break on the tonight show in 1984. that appearance launched a four-decade career
of stand-up comedy. i can stay long time in between meals. so bear with movie and tv appearances. that's where the big bucks start rolling in. but the critical acclaim wouldn't come until the 21st century with anderson's role on the fx series baskets earning him a best supporting actor emmy in 2016. louie anderson was 68 years anderson was 68 years >> that's princess cruises was born right here in california. for over 55 years, we've been helping californians make the most of their precious vacation time. and right about now, we could all use a real vacation. so forget the road trips and rentals and sail with princess right from san francisco to the glaciers of alaska, the beautiful tropics of hawaii, the beaches of mexico or along the california coast. sail conveniently from sf from just $79 per day. book now at princess.com.
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>> over in the far east bay, caltrans and clean california are offering a free eat waste dump for people in san joaquin county. if you've got the waste trash like tv's radios, cameras, computers may be old cell phone. you can head to the caltrans district 10 front parking lot. the event starts at 9 and sat 3 sell off the corner of doctor martin luther king junior boulevard and south b street in stockton. i definitely have a lot of electronic when it's that i have no idea what to do it. so maybe it's is a place i need to go for today about an old laptop, lots of different things. i was getting nervous about throwing out my old technology, though. i'v% a feeling someone's going to, you know, try and get into it take the hard drive out. that's okay. that's the plan. if you have a windows xp sitting around, you know, it's time time the got yeah. it's
time to get that last out. >> what that? you want to keep it, though, for like a museum or something that, you know, maybe one day. yeah, i don't know. it's a possibility. sure, i i floppy drives too. by the way, i still have some of those to literally the floppy. big ones anyway. >> coming a bye on, right. that is a new this we have the golden gate bridge a little bit away. some of the oranges off to the distance here, but basically mostly sunny skies do want to note that we might see some passing clouds a little bit today. >> but the bigger issue have been certainly the winds. here's what it looks like right now. lots of activity up there in the north bay a little bit along the peninsula and touch for the east east bay. now as a formality in terms of the statements, the high wind warning is in place for the north bay for the higher elevations. but everybody's going to have that breeze going and it's going to be an offshore direction. so conditions will dry. also, though, we have marching kind of in our backyard, some
scattered clouds. i just want to note that a little bit. so on balance, pretty much mostly sunny. and a lot of folks are going to see quite a bit of sun. she's been today, but then again, the interruption of a little passing chunk of clouds as a possibility. look at these numbers here. goodness gracious. these are highs. these are right now due to those offshore winds. got about 60 of allay 59. the 63 per santa rosa. wow. 49 livermore. there's the cool spot. palo alto. 45 46 for fremont. not going to see a lot of movement with those temperatures later on today because the winds also act as an interruption for daytime heating as they do for cooling. but you see most of the callers ation is up in the north bay because that's where the heavier winds, by contrast will be for today in this afternoon. so just plan a little bit of a breeze cooking there in the shade, sometimes a little bit on the cooler side. again, noting this a collection of clouds kind of in our backyard a little bit will be more of a mostly sunny mode by comparison sake for tomorrow and also a touch cooler because we lose the winds overnight as well. a look ahead here. we've got
mostly sunny, breezy high wind warning up in the north bay. that's until 11. then tomorrow, sunny, not so windy. a touch cooler. 60 ish or so. and next week, pretty call close to persistence forecast here, sunny to mostly sunny high temperatures a minute about 60 all week long. it looks like for today here, 63 mostly sunny and breezy oakland at 64. 66 san jose. and again, the wider picture shows the middle 60's there. we'll have more in your 4 zone forecast and check out that extended to noel. thanks, dave. >> big development in the oakland unified school district. the teachers union and district officials say they have not reached an agreement on covid safety protocols and the union has started to go on strike if their demands were not met by midnight last night, those demands include weekly covid testing more high quality masks available for everyone and more action by the district to address staffing shortages. the district says its address those problems by supplying masks and tests. but
teachers say it's not enough. >> kind of a surge of covid in my classroom since winter break. i think i've had the first week 3 in the second week. >> i have, you know, 3 small children at home. there are teachers that are out sick right now. there are administrators, principals school staff that are out right now. so who is running the school? >> parents and teachers say they're following the lead of oakland unified students who created the list of demands and have organized several sickouts at their schools will continue to be following this as it changes. meanwhile, a 21 year-old man was arrested for carjacking someone yesterday afternoon in san francisco. police say the man walked up to the victim, stole his car at 7th and market streets. some time later. police say they spotted the stolen car at 9th and mission. police started chasing the vehicle
until the man crashed the car 12th and howard streets. a man tried to run away. but with that got caught, police say a woman was hurt during the crash and had to be taken to the hospital. still ahead here on the kron 4 morning news forty-niners get ready to take on the packers will tell you why playing at lambeau stadiums. going to be tough, though. >> got that after the break. you want fries with that? introducing wendy's new hot and crispy fries. preferred, almost 2 to 1, over mcdonald's. [scream] try them today. only at wendy's.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> the forty-niners are just 2 wins away from playing in super bowl. 56, however, this divisional round is going to be in very difficult. lambeau field is one of the toughest places to play in the nfl. predicted are forecasted temperature for kickoff in that game. >> 12 degrees. a ball may 12 degrees in northern wisconsin. so it is going to be tough conditions for the forty-niners. we do have some good news to report. the forty-niners announced that star defensive end nick bosa has cleared concussion protocol. so we'll be able to play both to finish the regular season. 4th in the nfl in sacks with 15 and a half. he will be critical in pressuring aaron rodgers in that game. the key for the forty-niners offense will be finding success on the ground. the packers run defense is suspect allowing an average 4.7 yards per carry, which is
3rd worst in the nfl running back elijah mitchell and wide receiver turned runningback or partial running back deebo samuel will both need to have huge games. here's head coach kyle shanahan on the matchup. many guys are a little tired at the beginning of the week, but i think we're ready to >> don't mind the travel and you get a, you in a hotel room a lot more. you get a long plane ride. let me rest when you're at home, too. but people do have family and stuff that, you know, it's insiders is sit there. and so now we hope it and you're on your whole said this in a hotel room. so i think our guys get the sleep. we catch up and and we there's nothing like more than being at home and be in in our our own stadium with their fans and the noise and stuff. but besides that, there's we don't mind on the road either. >> all right. on to the golden state warriors, they are looking to bounce back in their game against the houston rockets forward is president
and ceo rick welts has been added to warriors walk of fame. by the way, the needing a big one. steph getting his pocket picked by kevin porter junior who kept the dunk on the other end. >> 17 zip rockets on turnovers. in the 1st half, they were up 11 at the break. 3rd quarter after hitting 2 free throws jordan poole drives gets the and one. that's 5 points for j p one possession workers finally of the lead. 5 seconds left tied one '03, one to 3, curry with a step back that will fall the warriors and winning a very close game one. 0, 5, 1, 2, 3, the final score. i also want to mention quickly the second-ranked stanford women beat palette, maples pavilion, the final score. 97. 74. >> haley jones had 26 points and 10 boards to lead stanford. a very impressive performance from her freshman jayda curry had a 30 piece for the bolts in paris.
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morning hours of the afternoon. still called breezy, but at least the advisories and the warnings and all that will expired by that point. >> what we have right now is a beautiful shot, though, the east bay shoreline. as you can we're kind of in the foreground here in the shadow, but off to the distance, you can see the sun will have a little collection of clouds pass on by. you see all the traffic from the pacific is far from home. the lowdown today, sunny to mostly sunny. we've got 50's going on to some lower 60's, which is pretty close to where we stand now. back to those winds, high wind warning up here in the north bay. this will be until 11 o'clock. it's expected here. solano county also has that advisory still cooking the wind advisory that's in place but elsewhere in the east bay, they did have one posted earlier that since has expired. our temperature check were in the 40's in the 50's mostly 50's over the real estate here. 63 santa rosa, half moon bay. kind of a 59 typical that offshore wind right over the santa cruz mountains like that as a little bit of extra compression. ul heating there. and the forecast today, 63 for san francisco, 60 for oakland,
san jose at 66 again coming up in a bit. we'll check in your 4 zone forecast and see what's going on. that extended to the well. >> thanks, dave ucsf, infectious disease doctor monica gandhi is hoping we might soon be able to ditch our masks. this is already happened over in great britain due to more people having been infected with the virus which allowed them to build up immunity both naturally. and with the help of vaccines, doctor gandhi projects it may take about. 3 to 4 weeks to see infection rates go down enough here for governor newsome to lift the indoor mask mandate statewide. meanwhile, san francisco public health director doctor grant colfax said on thursday we're nearing the point where we can stop calling this a pandemic and instead an endemic because the virus is here to stay. and we do have treatments for it now. >> what is endemic me? it just means the level of immunity is so high in the population that we have immunity against any variant that comes our way and we may still get infected. but
the severe disease should be protected accounts. >> she pointed to a study from the university of college. london estimates about 50% of people around the world have been exposed to omicron. doctor. gandhi says it's really good immunity even if the coronavirus mutates again, because many of us either built up natural protection against the virus now or doubled up with vaccines and boosters and many people having breakthrough infections as well. meantime, for other ucsf, doctors did sign a petition backing the move to treat covid at an endemic and scale back on restrictions. there assured the threat of covid has been reduced with the new omicron variant and there are treatments to combat severe side effects. the letter is directed at california leaders. it's p%sted to change, dot org. and it urges schools to bring children back into the classrooms. they're concerned about the state's restrictive policies saying more children have died from suicide than from the virus. and the
vaccines are working. >> number of kids who the committed suicide in twenty-twenty in california was over 130 and the number of kids who die from covid that year was around 10. >> the petition proposes lifting the mask mandate for children the same day it will be lifted for adults right now. that's february. 15th or no later than february 24th, which is 12 weeks after the last school age, children became eligible to get the vaccine. a new study by the kaiser family foundation says the initial enthusiasm over allowing kids to get vaccinated is already drying up and the rate of those shots has dropped significantly over the past 2 months. experts say misinformation is a big part of the problem such as the idea that covid doesn't make kids as sick as adults where that the shot can cause heart inflammation. experts say it's not true. in fact, you're more likely to get heart inflammation from covid. then
from the vaccine. state senator scott wiener has introduced a bill that would allow kids 12 and older to get the vaccine without their parents permission. that applies to any shots, not just for covid, including the flu shot or the measles backs a shot. wiener says kids should be able to get vaccinated without having to deal with backlash from their families. >> and they literally had to quit their job. where they literally can't play sports anymore for the council over any of their friends, homes. that's a huge impact. 92 on these kids. growth and development. >> almost 1 million california teenagers are unvaccinated against covid-19. happening today. a memorial service will be held in el serino for police officer jared bernstein. he was killed in a car crash on i-80 back on january 9th, which was his 26th birthday. bernstein joined the department in february of 2020. his
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>> 7.40, here on this saturday morning in the uss hornet will be hosting a special memorial today to honor for navy aviators who disappeared during a mission during the vietnam war. it involves the dedication of a historic plane. kron four's. ken wayne has that story. >> it is the job of america's fighting men and women to go into harm's way. that means they might not come back. irwin templin junior, robert senate, edman friend, the 8 and william foreman set out on a mission and there has to track or anti submarine aircraft from the deck of the uss hornet on january. 22nd 1966. >> we know if it was an accident or a fair shot down to, you know, anything at all. >> you know, that's the thing with missing in action cases. there just isn't that closure. and, you know, human beings need to have answers. can't get him. it's it's hard to
heal. >> incredibly, this film shows that plane and her crew getting ready for launch from the hornet on that very day. yeah, it was when he disappeared. and i it's. >> anywhere between a 50% chance that that is the day of their last flight. the navy has 2 tracker was built to find enemy submarines. >> during the vietnam war, the uss hornet was conducting anti-submarine warfare operations in southeast asia. >> and they also assisted in search and rescue operations for downed pilots. yes to tracker and 4 crewmen have been missing for more than half a century. >> but another has to was donated to the uss hornet museum and over the last 2 and a half years, it's been restored and he's even painted in the exact color scheme and markings of the long-lost aircraft. >> this aircraft has been restored with loving here, too, be a place for the families of those airman. have a place as a marker where they can know that. they can
remember their family members here on the ship where they last. took the rest. >> this saturday, family members of the missing crew members will gather on the deck of the foreign aid for a memorial service to honor the sacrifice those men made 56 years ago to the very day. >> it's going to look essentially as it did in 1966, as is 1966. >> and to the day, 56 years later, we have family members there. we're painting the names of >> chairman right by the window. they were last in. ken wayne kron. 4 news. >> the ceremony for the missing crewman and dedication of the plane will be held aboard the uss hornet museum in alameda. at 1 o'clock. the event is open to the public will be right back.
>> 7.46 here on this saturday morning. it is absolutely gorgeous outside with that sunrise. >> dave spahr is here with your weather forecast today. a good well, good morning, everybody live shot of the east bay shoreline. looking pretty good to start the day. little bit of a breeze, though. that will be around all day today. in some cases, a little hefty pick in the morning hours up to the north bay. >> those temperatures holding overnight, as you can see in the 50's even lower 60's. 58 for san francisco are awfully close to where the highs will be later today. winds kind of
interrupt a little bit, the daytime heating, but they artificially can support higher numbers like places like half moon bay, which you see. 59 49 off to livermore in. 52. meanwhile, san jose jumping up to tahoe. real quick as we look at the early part of the week and the weekend still going to stay in the 40's for highs. lots of sunshine to start the week. what's been driving things for us is a low down to the south. the height of the north provides the gear shifts to give us that good, brisk, offshore wind event that we experienced yesterday. and for today. that will be subsiding, though, as we go into the afternoon. however, what it has done for us is right on our air as we take a look into the evening and then overnight hours, usually this area should be all green. we talk about fog and such this go around. we don't see it all. green making its way known. so this would be a good strong offshore wind event. we see the same thing by tomorrow night as well. so it's going to be dry for a couple of days as we recover. let's look at the longer range forecast models here and right into the pocket here. let's get one here by friday. boom. that's
one model run. not necessarily guarantee that's going to happen. but so that put some hope on there. that will be friday. now a little bit more here to try again again. read the pocket boom, hopefully by early next week we'll get something out of all of this. but that's only been one model run that ending at right. 63 san francisco at the coast. let's do the lower 60's. not much moving from where we stand now, even on the bay side. 64 for foster city also mountain view in the south bay, looking at 66 santa clara, 66 for cupertino, mid 60's east bay shoreline, tri valley, lower 60's. look at 63 for walnut creek today. again, even though you're not in the advisory anymore, still going to a little brisk. 62 in terms of winds, berkeley, 67 vallejo, 64 for a nap up and 68 going on for santa rosa in the seven-day. generally speaking. it's a persistence forecast, but by the end of the week friday, my to do some work on that, depending on all the latest model runs are with the fairly dry air. if we lose those winds, we see temperatures fall into the 30's will do the 40's along the coast. well.
>> thanks, dave. thousands of people marched to the u.s. supreme court for the annual march for life rally yesterday. this year. the demonstrators against abortion say they have a renewed optimism for their movement. our washington correspondent hannah brandt has more. >> even with temperatures in the teens, thousands of people crowded on to the national mall. we believe that abortion is wrong and that everyone deserves a chance to ralliers came from all over the country to advocate against abortion rights. if you're empowering to see like everybody be here for the same reason. this is the 49th march for life held every year since abortion was legalized in our probably on a couple dozen margin for a lot of the pro-life marchers this year feels different because they believe a conservative supreme court may be ready to overturn roe versus
>> your 2022 little changed the currently considering a mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 weeks. pretty confident that we might in the in generation for the first time see the scourge of abortion leave. the courts anticipated ruling could lead other much more restrictive laws. they should fundamental right to determine what's best for the people of their more than a legal ruling. some marchers say they want to see a change in the culture might have the right to do that in terms of along providing you that opportunity. but i believe we should just not have anyone choosing that option. a decision from the court is expected around june in washington. i'm hannah brandt. >> lawmakers on capitol hill say they're preparing to crack down on big tech companies. that includes legislation to prevent companies like google
and amazon from promoting their content over smaller competitors. missouri senator josh hawley is just one of 5 republicans on this committee who voted to push the bill forward. >> petitions that could say it's not that you're playing field is have a chance. think that these monopolies says companies broken up. >> the biden administration has not endorse any specific bills, but it is taking steps of its own this week. the federal trade commission announced plans for new guidelines to stop large companies from merging into potential monopolies. stick with u.s.. cover morning news continues after the break.
we'll take a look at this. pleasanton. police say this cute little piglet was found wandering around the city. they don't know exactly where it was found or how it got there. but it's now being cared for at the east county animal shelter in dublin. said cute little piglet. if you recognize it, call pleasanton pd and they'll help reunite his whole guy with its family. very cute. little pink nose. hey, if you're a fan of mcdonald's, but not a fan of meat, you're in luck. fast food chain is expanding sales of a meatless mcplant burger to hundreds of locations here
in the bay area. the plant based burger has already been sold in texas, louisiana and the u k. now mcdonald's is expanding the locations, meaning i guess a lot of people were buying them up and liking them. you'll be able to try one for yourself here at home. starting on valentine's day. i'm not sure if every single mcdonald's that means we'll be carrying this in the bay area, but the at least some are going to be carrying that. a meatless burger. still ahead here the next hour, the kron 4 morning news forty-niners are in green bay where they're going to face the packers later today. >> we've some reaction from fans as they headed out that way. you've got a live report coming up. plus, a final fbi update in the gabby petito case. what investigators say brian laundry wrote in his notebook. before taking his own life. also why a judge is calling pg and continuing menace to california. stick with us. morning news continues after the break.
you. thanks for joining us here on the kron. 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow. we begin now with some breaking news this saturday morning. a fire in big surge of the colorado fire has grown to more than 200, 50 acres and it's prompting evacuations in palo colorado. it's been burning since last night. according to national weather service officials of fires remain stubbornly active. this time lapse video where you can see a little bit of the smoke billowing there over the mountain range along the big sur coast. flames burning near rocky creek and palo colorado canyon. the evacuation order is for all areas west of 3900 palo colorado road to highway one and south to bixby creek. now, chp has also closed highway one at rio road just outside carmel by the sea and that andrew malaria state park just north of big sur. so if you're planning on going down that way, you're going to run into some issues. there is an american red cross shelter open right now at carmel,
middle school off of carmel valley road. so if you do need somewhere to go, that is there for you. it really is hard to believe we're dealing with a large wildfire in mid-january. there was another fire, smaller scale that was burning up in sonoma county last night as well nor the son of a fire saying it was a vegetation fire that was between 3 to 5 acres. so much smaller there that was burning on chalk hill road. it is contained, but it was being pushed by the wind. we had a lot of heavy win last night. dave spahr is here with a little bit more detail on when those winds are going to really calm down for us. hey, dave. >> hey, good morning. welcome morning, everybody. and still going remain breezy and dry throughout the day today. we'll get to the statements in just a beauty shot coming in from half moon bay. not too many folks out right now this morning as we can see, fairly calm seas with that lower 60's upper 50's. that's the winds supporting temperatures overnight. 49 going on for livermore in 52 san jose. back
to the winds where you see the darker colors up here. this for the higher elevations up in the north bay until 11 this morning. high wind warning and meanwhile, wind advisory remains in seminole county. that will be until noon now down the peninsula. there was a little bit also in the east bay. we had little bit of the way of some wind advisory activity, but that also is expired at 7. still, though, for everybody this afternoon, it will be a bit on the breezy side. they will be offshore winds in that direction, which is kind of a still shot. we see here you see the arrows all coming from the north and a little bit from the east as well. the santa rosa is kind of an exception. but generally speaking, you can see the offshore trend that we have in place. stormtracker 4, not much to see some scattered clouds. just want to make note of for today. we'll still call kind of mostly sunny going on and breezy with all of that as well. look ahead today were going to be pretty much where we are now essentially sunny to mostly sunny skies. high temperatures in and around 60. coming up in a bit. we'll take a look at what it looks like for your entire weekend
forecast in a peek into next week. noel. >> thanks, dave. today marks anniversary of roe v wade marking nearly half a century since the court's legalized abortion nationwide. house speaker nancy pelosi issued a statement this morning. she said, quote, roe v wade stands as a pillar of health of freedom for every person today. this historic victory now faces its most alarming threat in decades from right-wing forces, including in state legislatures and on the supreme court. she continued on to say, as we mark this momentous anniversary, let us renew our pledge to never relent in defending health freedom across our nation, wherever. and whenever it comes under threat, end quote. coming up later, we'll take you to the march for life rally. that did happen ahead of today's 49th anniversary. here at home. today's big day for the forty-niners and the packers to fans have been telling us all week how they are excited
for today's playoff game. many already have made their way to green bay, wisconsin for the game. kron 4 sarah stinson. she's not there, but we did wake her up this morning. she's here with that to talk a little bit about this game. i know she's excited. you have plans to watch it. >> i'll be watching all i'm a little nervous because i get really into it. i'm the one screaming at the we'll see still don't know. because, you know, of course we have covid to worry about. still nervous. but you know what? this is a big, big i'm dressed up like i'm there in green bay, but i probably be wearing like a ski jacket on top of this right now. it's 21 degrees in green bay and it's going to get colder as the day goes on that kickoff time. it's going to be about 16 degrees and we'll just get colder as the game goes on. so i hope jimmy g's ready for this going to be chilly. this is a game that we're all just really
anticipating and green bay, though they're used to these cold temperatures. of course, it's in their home field. lambeau field except for by the way, it's referred to as the frozen tundra. so that's not intimidating at all. jimmy g hasn't played in green bay postseason since 2014. garoppolo suffered a shoulder injury at last week's playoff game against the cowboys. so i think fans are a little bit nervous about that. and before that, he was recovering from a thumb injury. he says both injuries affect his throws right now, but he's adapting and i think he's going to rally. he's going to pull through, ok, let's keep it positive. the packers quarterback, aaron rodgers, he's always excited to play against the forty-niners because he's got his own little than that. a rival reagan says he vowed back in 22,000, 5 when the niners past him up that he would be beating them consistently. rogers being from chico would have liked to stay close to home, but the drops and impacting for green bay where he's had a very successful career. but rogers, he gets his 4th playoff shot against the niners tonight, niners fans at the airport heading to
green bay feeling pretty invincible, not only against the packers, but also against the cold. >> pretty good streak here with away games starting with the rams and the cowboys, you know, filling up a good amount of stadium. i think my head was a little bit harder than those to fill up. but, you know, i think that definitely be some red. you know, people can get some red red ski jackets and whatnot. yeah, i mean, the niners, i think up there with the travel. >> you >> yeah, he's right. and let's talk about how many forty-niners in the pac that stadium up the forty-niners packers game tonight is currently the number one highest selling nfl game on stubhub this weekend. and the ticket prices started $190 in the average ticket. price is $331. not bad. that's much cheaper. the levi like a regular game. there are currently more than 1500 tickets available on stubhub for the game. the most fans are coming from california. a 23% followed by 19% coming
from wisconsin and 8% coming from illinois, which kind of threw me off now kickoff is at 5.15. and as i was saying, there is, of course, this surge with omicron still happening. so there is concern that people here in san francisco are going to be packing the bars. we know it's going to happen, but it could cause our surge to continue if not that come down. we've been waiting for to the slower than we'd like. so no. well, i think it's important to stay safe. do the do the best you can stay safe. and then number one. my for i i know we've discussed newest other sports, but let's just get this on the table. i am not. >> a big football person. i will say i'm definitely more of a basketball fan, you know, through and through. so when it comes to football, i kind of pick and choose. but if we have to go, i mean, i'm kind of i would go rams just because that's, you know, family. >> are rams fans. i also have
been like a saints fan. i've got family in louisiana. so i kind of bounce around. i'm i'm i'm for any california team to get themselves to to the super bowl. how about how about that? >> this is a good answer. i like when people say that is because it means we can kind of make you root for the for the 9 or so today you're niner fan all the way do this. they've been to root for over the last couple years doing so well. again this on all that. so i'm hoping that we do it this year for sure. yeah, let's not forget that we are nfc champs or that one out there. thanks. we'll check in with you at the >> all right. we'll be right back after the break.
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>> he's absolutely the best person and we've los a really good person. >> today marks one week since a michelle go was killed. she was shoved to her death in front of a subway in new york's times square. the attack reminding people of the rise in acts of violence, targeting members of the asian american community go lived in new york, but she went to high school in fremont kron four's gayle ong tells us how the bay area is honoring her. >> friends and community members gathered for a vigil in freeman friday night to
honor the life of 40 year-old michelle go. even though i didn't know her i just feel like she could be any one of and i just want to be here supporting family very, very difficult time on january 15, go was waiting on a new york city subway platform in times square when police say she was pushed in front of a train in an unprovoked attack. 61 year-old simon marshall who was described as homeless and emotionally disturbed, turned himself in friends say go was a volunteer helping at risk in homeless families. she also worked as a consultant in manhattan. go was born in berkeley and grew up in fremont. >> philip j knew her since middle school. everything that they said about her. it's true. he's absolutely the best person and we've lost a really good person. >> michelle was one of fremont city council member to receive paying organized the vigil calling her death a senseless act of violence. the man accused of pushing go is charged with second degree
eruption that happened a week ago today. cars are tsunami advisory and cause some serious damage over there. 3 planes from australia and new zealand carrying food, medical supplies, telecommunications equipment, and most importantly, water arrived in tonga earlier today. japan has also been sending help to the nation. the first planes arrived after the main airport runway was finally cleared of ad ash that have been spewed from the volcano. lack of clean water is a priority there right now because supplies have been disrupted by layers of volcanic ash and salt water. so good to see there is some help getting to at this point. thanks for joining us here on the kron. 4 morning news at 8.15, it's time to get a check of our weather forecast here at home. we've got beautiful blue skies today. what are we looking at in terms of temperatures? well, good morning to well, good morning, everybody. and the shot from the golden gate bridge showing our flag very active with that offshore wind in place a little bit. the way
some high cloudiness just want to make a note of. >> but those winds will be around all day today, even though the advisory period, the warning up in the north, they will expire by 11 today, but still be quite breezy. there you see the arrows all pointing either north northeast or due east. >> santa rosa is the exception there. but you see these numbers of the teens, even so a little active on that front will be sprayed by some high cloudiness. just a touch for today. but on balance carrier shades around and prepare for some time that brisk wind at work here, upper 50's as we speak along the east bay shoreline. a chilly 49 for livermore there. 61 santa rosa with the bottle. 59 also for half moon bay. very typical that offshore wind for today. this is what it looks like projecting it forward remain quite active up in the north bay, even after the warning is over. still a little breezy in the east bay, too. and then some insulation down the peninsula. looks like to know we're going to be banking off of a dry atmosphere even through tomorrow. it looks like our recovery in the morning hours will be that grants. we probably won't be much in the way of fog here.
again, noting some scattered clouds passing by or skies in the afternoon will probably be more of a mostly sunny mode cleaned out just a little bit for your sunday and not as windy on that front to see mostly sunny, breezy high wind warning up in the north bay to 11 o'clock solano county. your advisory. that's until 12 today. then tomorrow we're looking at a sunny, not so windy and a touch cooler to 60 ish. and next week is pretty much more of the same hanging around 60. but as a sidebar issue, we want to watch friday for the first hint maybe things trying to change will be getting more into that. 63 san francisco, 64 for open 66. meanwhile for san jose, not a lot of mercury movement this afternoon cover starting off in such a mild note. a closer look at that in your 4 zone forecast and we'll have more on that extended as well. know. >> with every fire that pg e causes victims suffer. we need to make sure that we're stepping up and being prepared for what's next. pg e cannot get their act together.
>> the state's largest power company is close to ending its probation period. but a judge says pg and e is a quote, continuing menace to california. the company was blamed for sparking several wildfires over the last several years, including the deadliest and most destructive fire in state history. kron four's dan thorn hearing from wildfire victims who say pg and e has been given a pass. >> u.s. district judge gives a blistering report as make a utility company pg and e is getting out of probation. judge william alsup who has been supervising the company says pg n a has failed and while on probation pg and e has set at least 31 wildfires burned nearly one and a half million acres burned. 23,000, 956 structures and killed 113 californians. some of those fire victims and critics of pg and e say the conditions of the probation should have been strengthened only because pg e
is a corporation that they are in charge keeping our lights on in northern california. >> that they largely have been given a pass. will abra his home in the 2017 tubbs fire storm abrams says pg needs structural changes and that finances for the company should be showing money going towards risk mitigation, not profit since 2015 state fire officials have blamed pg and e power lines for sparking the butte camp. kincaid zogg and dixie fires. >> the judge did not extend the probation because the u.s. attorney did not ask for one the fires that they have are not mentioned. >> in their wildfire mitigation plan, they have not identified. how are they are going to stop the types of fires that they've had in the happening in the future, judge alsup suggested the company be split into 2 separate utilities, one for the areas at high risk for fire and the other servicing everyone else
pg and e has argued they have become a safer company under this probation. but abrams says pg any needs to be held more accountable for the fires that continue to happen. >> because of them every time it pg breaks probation. >> causes another fire and goes down. this past victims suffer the five-year probation period expires on january. 25th reporting in san francisco, dan thorn kron. 4 news. >> vice president kamala harris came home yesterday to talk about california wildfires. she's a news conference in san bernardino. sheen out 600 million dollars in federal disaster. money is going to help california recover from terrible wildfire from the terrible wildfire season. nearly 2.6 million acres across the state burned last year. destroying or damaging more than 3,000 homes and other buildings. >> we are working with this funding to make sure that we're putting the resources
where they are needed to address the unique challenges the fires present. >> the money is part of a 1.3 billion dollars commitment by the white house to local communities. that's aside from 5 billion dollars in money to deal with wildfires. that was part of the infrastructure bill. meanwhile, california lawmakers are also working to enhance firefighting resources here across the state. senator mike mcguire met with a bipartisan group to discuss legislation surrounding a staffing plan for cal fire. the bill proposes to spend about 214 million dollars to hire more than 1100 full-time and seasonal workers. mcguire says it's crucial to invest in fire safety for california following several record breaking wildfire seasons. >> our state that's based on precedent, destructive wildfires, 14 of the largest 20 wildfires in california. history have occurred just in the last decade. mega fires are threatening the way of life for millions of californians.
>> i also propose funding a study to help better gauge how many firefighters and emergency personnel, the department means. all right. still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news. 49 ers getting ready to take on the packers. we've heard from fans this morning. >> time to hear from the team right after the break.
>> the forty-niners are just 2 wins away from playing in super bowl. 56, however, this divisional round is going to be in very difficult. lambeau field is one of the toughest places to play in the nfl. predicted are forecasted temperature for kickoff in that game. >> 12 degrees. a ball may 12 degrees in northern wisconsin. so it is going to be tough conditions for the forty-niners. we do have some good news to report. the forty-niners announced that star defensive end nick bosa has cleared concussion protocol. so we'll be able to play both to finish the regular season. 4th in the nfl in sacks with 15 and a half. he will be critical in pressuring aaron rodgers in that game. >> the key for the forty-niners offense will be finding success on the ground. the packers run defense is suspect allowing an average 4.7 yards per carry, which is 3rd worst in the nfl running back elijah mitchell and wide receiver turned runningback or partial running back to boost annual will both need to have
huge games. here's head coach kyle shanahan of the match up. >> many guys are a little tired at the beginning of the week, but i think we're ready to don't mind the travel and you get a you're sitting a hotel room a lot more. you get a long plane ride. let me rest when you're at home, too. but people do have family and stuff that, you know, it's inside or sit there and zone out when your offense you're on. your whole said this in a hotel room. so i think our guys get the sleep. we catch up and and we have there's nothing like more than being at home and be in in our our own stadium with their fans and the noise and stuff. but besides that, there's we don't mind on the road either. >> all right. on to the golden state warriors, they are looking to bounce back in their game against the houston rockets forward president and ceo rick welts has been added to warriors walk of fame. by the way, the needing a big one. steph getting his pocket
picked by kevin porter junior who dunk on the other end. >> 17 zip rockets on turnovers. in the 1st half, they were up 11 at the break. 3rd quarter after hitting 2 free throws jordan poole drives in gets the and one. that's 5 points for j p one possession workers finally of the lead. 5 seconds left tied one '03, one to 3, curry with a step back that will fall the warriors and winning a very close game one. 0, 5, 1, 2, 3, the final score. i also want to mention quickly the second-ranked stanford women beat palette, maples pavilion, the final score. 97. 74 haley jones had 26 points and 10 boards to lead stanford. a very impressive performance from her freshman jayda curry had a 30 piece for the bolts in paris.
>> good morning. welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news on this saturday. we're going to start off in this half hour with a look at our forecast dealing with a little bit of wind still right now, but it's supposed to die off at a certain day. >> yeah, should be this afternoon. yeah. good morning. i'm noelle. good morning. everybody still been a breezy side on ballots today in the direction will be offshore. here's half moon bay as we can see and pretty nice shot that we have here. pretty calm seas as well. but the winds are coming in from the hills. so we had a little compression heating. so temperatures there will be a freakishly a little
bit warmer than they typically would be without that we're kind of in the middle of everything going on. a low down to the southeast of our direction. and up here in the northwest. meanwhile, some collection of clouds right here in our backyard for today. we'll call essentially mostly sunny again. some scattered high cloudiness temperatures in and around 60. we didn't cool off much last night because of those said winds. this is what we have in place right now. the so high wind warning we see this darker color here for the higher elevations. that will be until 11 this morning. meanwhile, and solano county, the wind advisory that remains in place until noon elsewhere. it's expired like the east bay and for the peninsula, but still going to be on the breezy side. current temperatures, upper 50's for most a real estate. 49 for livermore. 61. meanwhile for santa rosa and throwing the highs up there. 63 san francisco, 64 going on for open and 66 san jose. again, a lot of sun. so enjoy your day. but again, a bit on the breezy side and dry to well, more on that forecast for what's going on for the rest of your weekend in just a bit. well.
>> thanks, dave. a final update from the fbi in the gabby petito murder case. the 22 year-old was found dead last fall. she and her fiance brian laundrie were on a cross country road trip being chronicled on social media. laundry was then later found dead after a global manhunt. we're learning what was in the notebook found near his body. pedro rivera has the latest. >> the fbi revealed friday that 23 year-old brian laundrie admitting to killing his girlfriend. 22 year-old gabby petito. the confession was made in a notebook found near laundrie's remains in october. agents with the fbi's denver feel office met with petito's family on thursday to inform them that they would be closing the investigation since laundry maybe admission 3 months after finding the notebook. in september. the parents of 22 year-old petito reported their daughter was missing after she in laundry went on a cross country trip together. however, laundrie returned to his parents home in florida without his
girlfriend. a week later, a massive search ended after gabby's remains were found in a wyoming national park. coroner's ruled her death a homicide by manual strangulation. what you guys >> gabby, brian. okay. before petito's disappearance. body camera video released by investigators shows petito and her boyfriend were involved in a physical confrontation during their trip together in utah, you grabbed the steering wheel. >> neither brian or gabby were arrested. >> after her disappearance last would not cooperate with the investigation, but instead would disappear into a flooded florida nature reserve near his home where search crews scoured the area. looking for brian. >> we're talking about levels up above almost the chest area. rattlesnakes moccasins. alligators. and these heroes go out there. while we can't change the outcome, we can bring justice.
>> but justice would never come in october of last year. the remains of brian laundrie were found among the 23 owes personal belongings was a notebook which contained the confession. >> president blight, biden has been dealt another blow and his effort to get as many people vaccinated as possible. a texas federal judge has blocked his administration from enforcing a vaccine mandate on federal employees. that applies to 3.5 million people. the justice department immediately appealed that decision. a new study by the kaiser family foundation says the initial enthusiasm over allowing kids to get vaccinated is already drying up. and the rate of those shots has dropped significantly over the past 2 months. experts say misinformation as part of the problem such as the idea covid does not make children at sick or that the shot can cause heart inflammation. experts say it's not true. in fact, you're more likely to get heart inflammation from covid.
then from the vaccine state senator scott wiener has introduced a bill allowing kids 12 and older to get the vaccine without their parents permission. that applies to any shot. not just for covid includes the flu and measles shot. wiener says kids should be able to get vaccinated without having to deal with any backlash from their families. >> and they literally had to quit their job. where they literally can't play sports anymore for the council over any of their friends, homes. that's a huge impact. 92 on these kids. growth and development. >> almost 1 million california teenagers are unvaccinated against covid-19. at this point. it's not clear when or even if people might need another vaccine dose for protection against covid researchers at uc davis say they're examining the possibility. >> following the first 2 as
the primary series and then the 3rd doses of booster dose. you know, it's possible that maybe 3 doses initially are the appropriate primary immunization schedule. and then the boosters will then be done on a yearly or every other year basis. we just don't know. we're just learning as we go along. >> israel has already approved a 4th shot as a booster. doctor's note, though, it would not be feasible to expect people to get a booster shot every 6 months. but there is always the possibility of a future variant of covid emerging and we would not know how effective our current vaccines and boosters would be potential new variant. the city of south san francisco is going to be opening to no new covid-19 testing sites. this is definitely needed. mayor mark says one site will be on london avenue. the other will be mater dolorosa church. the gala says the sites are going to be offering up to 2000 tests a day starting on monday. the site on linden
avenue will be open monday through saturday from 8 to 4. you have to pre-register to get yourself tested. the other and wednesday from 8 am to 08:00pm and appointment not required for that site. all right. coming up next to the kron, 4 morning news cheese shop in san francisco giving a crash course in all things she covers. vicki liviakis skew covers. vicki liviakis skew next. ♪ ♪ ♪ covers. vicki liviakis skew next. ♪ ♪ ♪ deposit, plan and pay with easy tools from chase. simplicity feels good. chase.
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you could like work and cheese try all the cheese is the whole wide world. and you never finish because there's always something new to >> you have to warm up. let it come to room temperature. otherwise you won't get any of the flavors. >> jeanine will taste you through exotic cheeses from around the it is a good me. only delicious spectacular goat cheese from our own backyard. sonoma. yeah, this is our local, humble fog goat's milk. going goat's milk with an ash line running right through it. classes range from tasting and pairing workshops to farm tours. we can. we put the goats and we hold the goats and we want the people, the goats. and if you're really ambitious. you make your own cheese. and at the end of it all, you can mark the occasion with a group photo where everybody says the safety is here. cisco, vicki liviakis kron, 4 news.
>> yes, all go for mozzarella myself. i know it's just plain jane, but also sharp cheddar and down with that, bring on swiss to one like this anyway, here's what's going on for this afternoon. lots of sunshine temps hanging about 60 or so to have those offshore winds with us all this afternoon, a look at your forecast for his own. also that extended to the kron. 4 morning news continues.
>> 8.44 here on this saturday morning going to be a nice day to get out there and enjoy some sunshine. dave spahr has got a little bit more detail because as that wind is going to calm down this afternoon a day a little bit. so, yeah, good well, good morning, everybody. a little bit the way. some high cloudiness kind of spring. the area just a touch to half moon bay beautiful shot. we're getting that offshore. wind warming conditions there around that mid-fifties going on right now. looks like through across the mid bay. 49 livermore. 61 at the santa rosa. by the way. >> 52 meanwhile for san jose down the santa clara valley, as we look for 40's going on up to tahoe, lots of sunshine, maybe some promise of change is towards the end of the week. maybe what we have set up to give us this offshore wind event low to the south high to the north and they work like gears to provide that offshore wind because of our wet fall and into the winter like this. this is really give us a lot of insulation. we've a lot of trouble if it wasn't for that. but we're still backing off of a dry atmosphere. now, temps
tense a dry during the day. yeah, but night we usually recover. that's how we get the fog and all of that. these are very, very low numbers for an overnight, very first light of day. and we're still looking at 60's across the region. relative humidity levels. we look ahead into sunday evening and we're starting to get some recovery with some 70's off to the far east bay and 60's around the perimeter of the bay. okay. longer range forecast here. the first hope of the change is on friday and then that will be repeated on into early the following week. that's a possibility. we so long way off there. we'll see if that holds together. we'll keep an eye on. in the meantime, 63 san francisco, we'll do the lower 60's along the coast. pretty close to where the numbers are now. also lower 60's along the bay side, foster city. 64 in palo alto in the south bay will get to the mid 60's here. 66 santa clara also mid 60's on the east bay shoreline, tri valley, lower 60's. 63 of the walnut creek and concord. 62
for berkeley, affair field around. 66, by the way, they still have that wind advisory that's in place until noon now. elsewhere, it's expired. 64 for napa course. up here. the high wind warning until 11 rosa, 7 day forecast will keep cloud cover on friday. for now. may have to change that later on that school at some raindrops on there for the lows with the dry air temperatures getting to the upper 30's. once we lose some of the winds. meanwhile, along the coast, let's keep it in. the 40's know. thanks, dave. >> even with some frigid temperatures, thousands of people marched to the u.s. supreme court for the annual march for life rally. this is the 49th march for life rally held every year since abortion was legalized in 1973, ralliers came from all over the country to advocate against abortion for a lot of the pro-life marchers this year feels different because they believe a conservative supreme court may be ready to overturn roe v wade. the justices are currently considering a mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 weeks.
>> we >> this year 2022, little changed pretty confident that we might in the in generation for the first time see the scourge of abortion leave. >> the court's anticipated ruling could let other states at much more restrictive laws. a decision is expected some time in june. intel has announced a 20 billion dollar investment to build a new computer chip factory in ohio. president biden hailing the announcement is a huge sign of progress. washington correspondent basil john reports on what this means for the country and the economy. >> the an expert see this as an important step to boost u.s. production and reduce reliance on other countries with chip shortage is disrupting supply chains all over the world. friday tech giant intel announced plans for new semiconductor
factories near columbus, ohio. this is about national security, economic security. and it's about jobs. president joe biden touted the announcement as a groundbreaking step to address the growing need for semiconductor chips, which are essential for smartphones. cars, appliances, medical equipment, and more today, we believe produce 10% of the computer shipped despite being a leader design research. >> we don't have the ability to make the most advanced chips. now right now. >> most semiconductor chips are produced and exported out of east asia. but intel's announcement along with similar plans from at least 2 other manufacturers will change that to be able to say maine, ohio made in america. we used to always be able to say 25 30 years ago. >> after the pandemic negatively impacted the semiconductor industry experts for see this move boosting the u.s. economy and eliminating supply chain issues. there's a great rethink around
manufacturing supply chain and so forth. >> as for nc to expedite their innovations to the marketplace. >> this announcement also sets the stage for future public. private partnerships, encouraging lawmakers to support innovation. i manufacturers are strongly behind the passage of you seek out and that not only it and helps would help this go faster but also help invest in worker training. the new factories would add 7,000 construction jobs and 3,000 permanent jobs. completion is expected in 2025. reporting in washington. i'm basil, john. >> as the biden administration heads into its second year, democrats are still trying to pass the build back better package has worked so far. they say some version of it can still become law. some legislators argue the package should include provisions to fight climate change and control prescription prices. republicans say the long list would only make inflation worse. >> because the crime families
are faced with extra expenses, the child tax credit is it can double benefit that inflation was created. fueled. >> by this incredible spending spree that the democrats >> have been on. >> democratic senators, manchin and sinema are also concerned about inflation. a bill can pass without their support. the irs will soon require you to scan your face and provide other information in order to access your taxes online. the irs hiring a 3rd party company to verify people's identities. it uses a system similar to apple's face id and the tsa system used at airports, taxpayers will have to submit a video selfie to register stepping into the future. all right. stick with us. we'll be right back after the break. welcome back. 8.54,
and now for the cutest rescue story. you will hear all day. a british dogs love of sausages got her out of a scary situation. millie. she's 3 year-old jack russell with it next. she actually slipped out of her leash while she was on a walk. her owners say they could not find her for 4 days and that so stressful. finally, they spotted her on a mud flat. but the tide was rapidly rising around her. so rescuers had to get creative to try and get her. they reportedly. tied a sausage to
a drone and lured her out of that area and worked. millie was taken to a vet to be checked out. she's going to be just fine. hopefully she got to eat that sausage once she was officially captured. thank god. well, surprise announcement from adele. this is a little less happy here. the award-winning singer was in tears after she posted a video couple days ago telling her fans her las vegas shows had to be postponed. take a listen. >> i'm so sorry. most aren't ready. we've tried absolutely everything that we can. to put it together. time. >> this all happened just 24 hours before her caesars palace residency was set to begin. it was supposed to start last night. adele says half of her crew had been hit with covid and the production's been plagued by 7 by delivery delays. it's just
a postponement, not a total cancellation, of course, is this is a a residency that she's got there at caesars. it is going to be rescheduled. but i know a lot of people probably had already gotten their planning for the weekend. so i know that was a big bus to a lot of adele fans. all right. coming up here on the kron, 4 morning news. the forty-niners there in green bay today that could be facing off the packers later on. >> we've for a reaction from fans and whatnot. live report coming up after the break.
>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news. at know. >> good saturday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron. 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow. we begin this morning with some breaking news. a fire in big sur dubbed the colorado fire has been updated. it has grown to more than 1500 acres this morning and it's prompted some evacuations. it is 5% contained. so that's some good news. but 1500 acres. it grew overnight. it's been burning since last night. according to the national weather service officials. the fire has remained stubbornly active overnight. that's some time lapse video where you can see smoke kind of billowing there just over the mountain range along the big sur coast. flames burning near rocky
creek and palo colorado canyon. the evacuation order is for all areas west of the 3rd of 3900 palo colorado road to highway one and south to bixby creek. chp has also closed highway one at rio road just outside carmel by the sea. and andrew miller, a state park just north of big sur. there's an american red cross shelter that is open, but i'm sure people are utilizing its at carmel, middle school off of carmel valley road. so that is there for anyone who needs some assistance today. this isn't the only fire that broke out overnight. there was another burning in sonoma county last night. northern sonoma fire says it was a vegetation fire. ow to be about 3 to 5 acres. they say it was burning on chalk hill road. it's now contained, but it's one was being pushed by the wind. hard to believe we are dealing with 2 fires in mid-january. we just had a lot of wet weather at the end of
last year. but of course, that wind and we've been dry the last few weeks, which obviously allows for flames to a rapt. dave spahr standing by in the weather. so he's got a little bit more detail. i know those winds are going to die down later this afternoon. but dave, do we see any chance for relief in terms of rain chances over the next couple of days? there's a possibility by the end of the week we might get something something to watch out for. good morning. well, good morning, everybody. >> we'll see if that holds together. but we've had these offshore winds. all work overnight. >> and they will be here today. now we'll get that advisory in just a bit. here's half moon bay with us and appearing on through some of those high clouds because of the winds, temperatures of held into the 50's lower. even 65 going on up there to santa rosa. by the way, 57 for san jose. the wind advisory for a good chunk of real estate to the south is now since expired up to the north here. this is a high wind warning. meanwhile, solano county has that wind advisory that until noon, the high wind warning up
in the north bay until 11 this morning. but during the day today will still remain quite breezy over the entire bay with that offshore wind out of the north and out of the east, we can see even right now a little snapshot. we're in the teens. 23 mile per hour. winds up there around napa santa rosa as an offshore wind. now at this hour, we see that also off towards the east bay. this is also dried out our air and that remain the case throughout the weekend and even early next week stormtracker for what's going on. just some high cloudiness will be sprayed with today. probably a little clearer looks like tomorrow. temperature. check up pretty much. what you see is what we got. not a whole lot of movement on that as we continue to remain breezy in a little bit. we'll take a look at your 4 zone forecast and that extended a bit. well. >> thanks, dave. today marks the 49th anniversary of roe v wade marking nearly half a century since the court legalized abortion nationwide. house speaker nancy pelosi issuing a statement this morning. she said, quote, roe v wade stands a pillar of health freedom for every person. but today, the
historic victory now faces its most alarming threat in decades from right wing forces, including in state legislatures and on the supreme court. she continued on to say, as we mark this momentous anniversary, let us renew our pledge to never relent in defending health freedom across our nation, wherever. and whenever it comes under threat and quote there. coming up later, we will take you to the march for life rally that took place in dc ahead of today's anniversary. meanwhile, governor gavin newsome here at home putting out a statement criticizing texas for their law banning abortions. he says california will remain a beacon of hope, expanding people can get the care they need. today's a big day for the forty-niners and the packers fans been telling us all week how excited they are for the game. a lot of them already have made their way to green bay, wisconsin. for tonight's match up kron four's sara sarah sarah 10. we woke
her up this morning so that she report on the forty-niners. we know it's her passion. she's bang-bang 9 are getting. so sarah, what's the latest? >> that is right. let's not forget i was sent to miami during the super bowl to cover it for the for the call, for calm for and that was the highlight of my life. i'll pnever forget that. and then right after that, the pandemic hit. so it was a high in the news, a low speaking of highs and lows were going for another high today. we've got a game that's going to have us on the edge of our seat wearing a sweater and a b and it's actually nice outside san francisco. but in green bay, it's like 20 degrees right now. and during kickoff, it's going to be anywhere from 10 15 degrees. so >> forty-niners are going to be in a shock. they haven't really been at that since like 24 team postseason. so it's going to be a tough one. but they're, of course, going to rally. they're going to do it >> the stadium there, lambeau
field. it's called the frozen tundra for a reason. of course, green bay packers. they're used to winning playoff games there. so. >> that's, you know, they do have a little bit of an upper hand, but we have been doing really well at away games. jimmy g hasn't played in green bay like the rest. the team since 2014, as i said for a postseason. so jimmy g, though he's also has much more to worry about than the cold. he suffered a shoulder injury at last week's playoff game last week's playoff game against the cowboys. an before that, he was recovering from a thumb injury. he says both injuries are affecting his throws, but he's adapting. this is concerning to hear. but we know jimmy g will pull through and hopefully he doesn't get any more injured. he's going to pull through for us. speaking of quarterbacks, the packers and rodgers. he's always excited to play against us because he's got this weird vendettas life rivalry against us. he's vowed since 2000, 5 when the niners past him up that he would make them pay for it and beating them. rogers being from chico would have liked to stay close to home. but the drafts and him packing for green bay where he
has had a successful career will give him that. but rodgers gets his 4th playoff shot against the niners tonight. and we've seen niners. we saw video niners video fans rather at the airport heading to green bay showing up in their red and gold. but we caught up with the some of the players us hear how they're feeling the for the big game. >> at lambeau going to be a stork stadium having players and sells an 18. very excited to go it's really kind of a dream come true. so looking forward to that experience playing night playoff game at lambeau, 0 degrees. what more can you ask for? >> i mean, if you're asking me, i would not want to planes are degrees, but you go kittle. we look forward to you winning tonight. now the forty-niners packers game is currently the number one highest selling nfl game on stubhub this weekend. take a look at ticket prices. start to $190. average ticket price is $331. really? not that much cheaper. the levi's stadium
there are currently more than 1500 tickets available on for the game. if you want to just pack up, maybe there's a flight today. you could head out today if you feel like it, the most fans are coming from california new blue. 23% followed by 19% coming from wisconsin and 8% coming from illinois. so that was kind of a surprise to me. those 40 niner fans. we are so loyal. they may 9 coming out in droves. 5.15, is the kickoff. and if you're not going like me. >> here in the city, the public going to represent those colors. >> and show up. i know that health officials are extremely worried about barr's being packed. snow also if you're watching the game out there trying to be safe as you possibly can. and let's go niners. yeah. wear that mask and kind of enjoy in in the and healthy and safe way. i'm not wearing red, but i am wearing pink. so i'm in that range as opposed to wearing so at least we're in the range
here. in the range here. yeah, i got both hats here. let's not forget we're nfc champs. we're fully capable of winning this game tonight. we just have to get past that cold. >> get past some of those go. always fun to have a team potentially get into. >> the super bowl. thanks, sarah, for that live report. be sure to stick around. we're going to have much more coverage on the niners today airing a special edition of red and gold zone. coming up at 9.30. so stick with us for that. we'll be right back.
>> 9.10, almost 9.11 here on this saturday morning in the 56th super bowl going to be taking place in los angeles. hopefully the forty-niners are there. they're going to be having some major headliners there. sam rubin has the latest in today's entertainment report. >> we begin here, of course, in southern california and it is here where the super bowl will take place. pepsi has dropped the official trailer for the amazing super bowl halftime show. doctor dre, eminem, snoop dogg, mary j blige and kendrick lamar are all featured the complete trailers almost 4 minutes long. >> here are some of correct?
well, of course, the big game and halftime show are happening super sunday, february. the 13th. >> now to a remarkable actress in a movie that merit your attention. the idea of passing if you're african american but have pale skin, is it appropriate? is it ok to try and pass for caucasian? that is part of the drama in a great movie. it's on netflix now with stars, tessa thompson and ruth negga. ruth was born in ethiopia, but raised in ireland. that accent very much. still, whether we spoke yesterday, ruth was one of our award winners at the celebration of black cinema and television. ruth was there
and we talked all about it. i think when people watch it, though, be they'll feel the love that was in the room and, >> you know, after the last few years it was lovely to be in a room and it was lovely to be in a room that celebrates black talent for me to be in that room and fit and feel part is one of the greatest privileges of my life. and we so much, you know, because that's the other thing. joy is very important to so to be in a room with the bloc. joy, you know, it was something you should fund something to behold. the critics choice association presentation of our 4th annual celebration of black cinema and television. >> airs saturday night, los angeles at 08:00pm. it will air in other cities across the country later in january and february. that is your entertainment report here in hollywood. i'm sam rubin. >> all right. still some offshore winds in place, dry air as well for the next couple of days. temperatures topping off about where they
us. it looks that good morning to well, good morning, everybody. live shot coming in from half moon bay. just bit of the way. some high cloudiness just want to note. but temperatures pretty steady since it was so mild overnight. we're checking in close to 60, which is where those highs will ultimately be for today. >> translate that for tahoe, where in the 40's and remaining sunny and dry, it looks like maybe some changes by next week. longer forecast in a bit. here's the offshore winds that are firmly in place. they gave us the winds overnight doing so a little bit today, although certain subside, now we're going to offer the dry air this what happens tomorrow morning. she can see. we're still into the 60's going on over good piece of the chunk of the area. and that doesn't usually happen in the morning hours. we have the fog in place. usually this is all green, but with an offshore wind event, we don't get that some better recover. it looks like by tomorrow night. okay. longer range forecast models. pretty much status quo that we've been talking about, but maybe a little change on all of this. just bring this right over
here. there we go. maybe that holds together by friday. and another one here to look out for the following tuesday. this is only one model run that saying that. but it's something to look forward to in the week ahead. all right. your 4 zone forecast of the saturday about 63 will do it for san francisco. lower 60's along the coast. again, pretty close to where we are now matching that for the bayside. 64 foster city palo alto as well. in the south bay. most readings in the mid 60's far cry. what's going on, wisconsin, of course, mid 60's along the east bay shoreline, tri valley at 62 up to concord. 63 along with walnut creek. 62 for berkeley, solano county. you have that wind advisory still in place. still high noon. 66 for fairfield inn. elsewhere across the north bay on the higher elevations, high wind warning until 11 this morning. we've got temperatures expected for highs there. mid 60 70 game plan. here's what we're doing here. we're keeping a pretty dry and quiet for friday. let's keep cloud cover on. there may have that some raindrops there with the dry air in place. clear skies will allow temperatures to fall
back to the traditional 30's 40's will do it along the coast. noel, thanks, dave. >> here kron 4 were celebrating 20 years of our morning anchor james fletcher being with us. if you've ever had the opportunity to meet him, he is just a wonderful person. his family actually put together a video to congratulate him. >> we interrupt your regular broadcasting with some breaking news. i'm jeff fletcher and i'm calling fletcher and our james fletcher, this guy right here. has been working for trump for 20 years. so with the help of a mom, karen, we've put together a short video to show our dad just how much his co-workers and the community appreciate him. that's right. real >> well, the time is now 6.35. time to get our check on road conditions again. and we'll do that or television or radio announcements. it's at that point. you can buy one at your local grocery store. mean they've got a great variety. but why not? also place? it's got lots of pumpkins. i mean, lots of pumpkin. >> james e this is where we
have so many heart to heart talks. the truth says. >> you're an amazing friend and i told care and i wasn't going to do this with makeup because i don't want cry 20 years. i remember when you first showed glimpses of wanting to be on the air really, you're in my ear and you're coming in from a bump shot as a producer telling me, hey, the bay bridge is partly clear. the sun rising and i'm like, ok, thank you. and you're either a pilot or you're just giving me what i want to say. like with your radio voice and then you made your wasn't a face for radio tv. you have changed my life for the better and i would not want to be here. >> with uso. never leave that seat. >> james, i can't believe it's been 20 years for you at kron. i know during that time you
have been such a positive force for so many people coming through kron. and i can only speak for myself, but every day that i come in with that smile on your face and the energy that you share with us and of course, of serious you take your drive and sharing the most important information with their viewers. it is so refreshing and so inspiring. congratulations on your 20 james, it's amazing to get to be with you there every day just as it is for all of us to get to work with you can't say enough how much. we appreciate it. mister fletcher. >> tis the ghost of newscast past. i had an amazing privilege of working with you for 16 years. you one of the greatest anchors, producers, weather casters i've ever worked with and i know dozens of other people who would say the exact same thing about you. you're a man who can do it all and do it. well. it's your smarts, your work ethic, your compassion, your willingness to always help others. and along with your dashing good looks, that makes us all lucky tonight. and
congratulations, james fletcher for 20 years on kron 4. james, i just want to wish you a happy 20th anniversary. we're so fortunate to have you on our air. but i will say i feel fortunate. >> but i get to work alongside you and be given the opportunity to get to know you and your wonderful family. happy 20th, fortunate to count you among my coworkers and friends here, a crime. >> 20 year , it's a big deal. james is such a class act. like i said, if you've ever run into him, you know that you've like met a good man, us. he's such a joy to work with always. i'm really glad that i got the chance to work with him several times over the last year. more of that in the future as well because he's just a great person to sit next to chitchat about movies, tv, everything like congratulations to you, james. on 20 years. we'll be right on 20 years. we'll be right back.
off balance a little bit. it's tough to throw rogers off balance, but the forty-niners hope their ground game gives the packers a run for their money. you can play fast play physical and we give our best players of all the run with a big run performance could help the forty-niners overcome questions about jimmy garoppolo's help this playoff football. you know, time is. no time to rest. right now. we've got everything you need to know to get ready for saturday night. coming up right now on red and gold zone. >> welcome to this off edition of red and gold zone. i'm your host kate rooney, divisional round. here we come. stop. the matchup couldn't get any more classic than today with the cowboys. well, now it's time for equally iconic set up a january playoff game at lambeau field with the packers. just feels right. doesn't it? it's been a wild couple of weeks getting here, including last sunday at dallas. let's look back a hyped up. jimmy g came into the game. still dealing with a thumb injury. the forty-niners offense came out on fire. kyle
shanahan really called a great game and this one mitchell was just awesome. he got the niners on the board. first first playoff touchdown for the 6th round pick the niners out of the couple field goals on their next 2 drives to make it 13, nothing. then the cowboys finally got going in the second deck. prescott finding marty cooper in the end zone and that cut the lead to 13, 7. it was 16, 7. at the half. we go to the 3rd quarter. prescott gets picked off by k juan williams. he's the guy who got beaten on the cooper tv. so some redemption for him and that set up play of the game. the hand off to deebo samuel goes right, get some blocks and then cuts back. and it is gonna 26 yard touchdown. 23. 7.49 ers. but in the 4th quarter, garoppolo. drops back and then overthrows travis benjamin. it's intercepted by anthony brown and he returns it to the forty-niners. 28 yard line.
dallas would turn it into some points they get set up here. prescott on the keeper, running it in from 5 yards out. and all a sudden we got ourselves a game against 14 seconds left. now the final sequence, this one was wild. prescott. going to scramble and tried to spike it. but the clock runs out of time after he scrambles. and so the forty-niners are the ones who end up punching their ticket to the divisional playoffs doesn't get crazier than that. they win it. 23, 17. talk about games coming down to the wire. but this one literally came down to the but to the final second, the final nana, second, even. hard to say whether it was a case of clock mismanagement, confusion about the rules of having a rough touched the ball before getting set or maybe a combination of both. but the cowboys failed to make use of a string of events that gave them the chance for final hail mary place. and now the
forty-niners are coming off 2 straight weeks of wild finishes. >> cool thing about football. i mean, this is number 7 game series. so there's lots of ways to win one and i think that's why people enjoy watching football. it's one game it's there's so many different ways to win. and i like to think that we have a team built to do it. you do that through experience. and i think we want a number of different ways this year i'd like to finish. people are better there at the end. i don't th1nk we should give the ball back to him. but i'm just proud of the guys that even when did have some bad adversity that found a way to still win, gives us a chance to keep trying to get better. ier ow no player was ha to see those seconds tick off the clock and forty-niners left tackle trent williams the 9 time pro bowl offensive lineman has played in the nfl since 2000. 10 and until last sunday, he had never won a playoff game. it was williams 3rd time playing in the postseason. he took 2 trips with the washington football team in 2012 2015 but there's nothing like a win. and
williams described the feeling as better than any of the many accolades he's received in his outstanding career. >> training is always locked in when it comes to field goal. pro, you know, he's he is in all the meetings on field gopro because that's what he's involved yeah, he just got up and just addressed a as well as a couple of the guys. and i just started meant a lot to the guys to hear from trent because they know how much he loves football. and i've been trying for a long time. we drafted true when i was in washington. so i've seen him grow and i'm just proud of him and proud that he got a chance to to experience this year with the niners in and when his first playoff game. >> when you're winning, everybody loves you. that's certainly the case for nfl coaches. and right now both the forty-niners offensive court coordinator and defensive coordinator. we're getting some buzz has head coaching candidates. mike mcdaniel is in his first year see for the red and gold. but he's been with the team since kyle shanahan arrived in