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my 6th presidential election. i've never seen. >>people so excited. does stick and voting so early. >>nowadays we are just hours away for eligible voters to sign up, but officials are saying that this election season has seen a record turnout for early voting. >>president trump going after his top infectious disease expert claiming doctor fauci has not done a good job on the pandemic. >>plus fire seasons still here and another red flag warning is just hours away from going into effect. good evening, everybody and thanks for joining us on kron 4 news at 8 i'm vicki liviakis said i'm grant lotus thanks for being here top story, it turns out. >>it is a site like nothing they've seen before that is what some election officials are saying about the number of people registering to vote here in the bay area. this is the last official day you can register kron four's theresa has been monitoring the last
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minute push. she joins us from contra costa county theresa. >>why we have been saying people rush here to make sure that they make that deadline as well as dropping their ballots here in contra costa county. >>i've been doing elections for 25 years this is my 6th presidential election. i've never seen. >>people so excited, enthusiastic and voting so early. >>that's the assistant registrar of voters on what they're seeing this general election here in contra costa county with today being the deadline for registration we expect to go over. >>700,000 voters for the first time in our history today. we about a year ago yesterday that would be our weather account and here we are on the final day of registration. and we're we're going to hit that target, but it's very very very big this year and everybody should vote do the right thing and outside all day long this people
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constantly pulling up and dropping off their ballots. >>this mom even turned the whole operation into a civics lesson for her young 3 daughters recording it all you know what it means. >>to vote today tell you about how we choose people to make decisions for our city and for our county and even for our whole country. so we get to choose the different people. >>a fellow teacher surely would be impressed as she 2 showed up to place her ballot into the official box. i am so excited, especially as a california teacher to be able to participate in the electoral process and as a teacher i'm super busy right now remote learning so i am so excited to be able to come into an election box and drop my ballot others sharing their thoughts about why showing up is so important to them this year i've always kind of just rather just come down and drop it off. >>i mean i've been doing it for a long time and this year just seems like that's the
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thing to do with everybody. >>we lot of things happen in the world right now tear a difference in user ids prisoner finance. >>and you know there's been all of that debate about these boxes being all over the state and the counties and so grant and vicki that everyone told me that they just physically wanted to go in and drop it off and an official registrar of voters and no doubt we're going to hear a lot more of that but really the excitement out here tonight was great to safe with especially that election just around the corner reporting live here in contra costa county and theresa stasi back to you guys, thanks theresa. it's nice to see the enthusiasm. >>and while today is the final day to register there is a way to still have a say if you happen to miss this a midnight deadline or kron four's dan kerman continues our election team coverage now from san francisco. >>a steady stream of voters dropped off their mail in ballots in person and by car
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monday adjacent to san francisco's outdoor voting center in front of the bill graham civic auditorium wanted to ensure that it got in safely so i want to do it in person city officials prefer voters dropped them in these us postal service blue collection boxes, these voters say they had to do the in person dropped off due to the gravity of this election. >>how important is this election to you. like my life depends on it it's extremely important to me we can't take another 4 years of this nonsense for those who have not yet registered to vote the deadline is midnight. >>but those who missed the monday deadline still have an opportunity to participate. >>after today people can still register and vote in this election. it just must do so in person that in person registration can be at a county elections officer vote center or at your polling place on election day in san francisco 124,000 voters have already completed and returned their ballots. >>that's 24% of all registered voters. if the trend continues
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turnout could be historic. >>the turnout in 2016 was was 81% just 181%. and then that the turnout november 2008. it was just over 81% and right now i'd expect that this election we have a higher turnout than both 2016 in 2008. this from the numbers we're seeing so far election officials say of those 124,000 votes that have already been returned the bulk of them came to the u.s. mail. >>they say so far they have had no problem getting those ballots. >>in san francisco. dan kerman kron 4 news. >>all right 6 more us states started in person voting today and to date nearly 30 million americans have cast early ballots es and it's a sign that people. >>are adjusting to an election that's happening in the middle of a pandemic kron four's catherine heenan host of inside bay area politics spoke with a political science lecturer from san jose state today who calls the overall numbers astonishing it's
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everywhere you look at the turnout numbers are breaking georgia everyone saw pictures of those terrifying the long lines at georgia voters cast 1.5 million ballots in just the first week of early voting. >>that is more than a 3rd of total vote cast in that state in 2016. santa clara county has surpassed 1 million registered voters which is a record and in travis county texas double check this number 97% of all eligible voters are registered, i've never seen anything like it. >>so is this donna moore but people voting for somebody or eager to vote against somebody what's fueling this. >>we don't know because most of those ballots have not yet been tallied so we don't know, but my best guess is it's folks that strongly about people there says real pent up energy to both people have been waiting a long time, but generally they're going to go
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but they've been waiting and there's almost a sort of first day at the apple store kind of feel to this first week of early voting a lot of states people want to be first in line. >>here kron 4 we're committed to helping make sure your vote counts if you experience a problem trying to cast your ballot. let us know we'll check it out you can e-mail us at voting problems at kron 4 dot com president trump enough against doctor anthony fauci during his campaign tour today. >>in an airport rally in prescott arizona trump told the crowd that they and he we're getting tired of the epidemic. the president blasted government scientists for their criticism of his handling of the pandemic and called fauci a quote disaster later in the day during a call with his campaign staff in las vegas. once again, trump lashed out at the government's top infectious disease expert. >>people like i love hearing how she had all issues with these people if people good i
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speak to my list today. we have 500,000 deaths. >>came one day after doctor fauci in an interview with 60 minutes said that he was not surprised that trump contracted the virus after he held a large shed event with few face coverings. >>joe biden responding to the president's staunch opposition to science in a statement released today. biden said quote president trump even criticize me yesterday for listening to the scientists that's not an attack that is a badge of honor. earlier today biden was at the queen theater in wilmington, delaware, this follows his stop at a drive-in rally yesterday in durham north carolina. >>mike pence is making the trump administration's bid for a second term to northern maine, voters. pence who also ran the white house coronavirus task force made the case that early actions from president trump save lives, but trump on that las vegas conference call with his campaign aides dismissed the
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cautionary coronavirus advice of his scientific expert biden's running mate kamala harris from california returned to the campaign trail today after a brief absence when people connected with her team. >>tested positive for covid the senator kicked off their return with the umbrella in hand at a pair of car rallies in florida to mark the first day of voting in the sunshine state. the democratic ticket is largely forgoing traditional campaign rallies because of the risk of spreading the virus. and president trump and joe biden will have their microphones cut off in thursday's debate while their rival delivers their opening. 2 minute answer to each of the debate topics, yeah, the non-partisan commission on presidential debates made that announcement today. >>3 weeks after a chaotic opening faceoff between the 2 presidential contenders. there will be 6.15 minute segments with each candidate granted 2 minutes to deliver on interrupted remarks before proceeding to an open debate. the pair is scheduled to meet thursday night in nashville.
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and kron 4 will be carrying it live starting at 06:00pm. >>and a reminder kron 4 is your local election headquarters this voting season. we have 15 days to go now until the november 3rd election. >>coming up on kron 4 news at a slumber parties not social distancing why in person classes event temporarily canceled and one marine county private school and scheme during the pandemic for about a month away from tahoe resorts reopening for winter sports. the changes you need to be aware of if you're planning to hit the slopes. of course we need some stormy weather for force and we don't see any so red flag warnings they are woman 1: get your vote-by-mail ballot?
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>>a red flag warning will go into effect in just a few hours you can see parts of the north bay in the areas where humidity is except expected be really low and wind gusts could reach 40 miles per hour. that area has already been a fire ravaged this season been relentless coverage morning kelly spoke to santa rosa fire about how. >>the areas that burned in years past sir, now of greatest concern. >>it's the potential for high winds with gusts up to 30 to 40 miles per hour combined with the temperatures low humidity. and critically dry fuel that has santa rosa fire department, adding extra
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staffing during this red flag warning the areas of concern the mountains of napa and northeastern sonoma county that red flag warning starts tonight and runs until wednesday morning but that's not the end of it that a fire weather watch is in effect from wednesday until friday and they're tracking a 3rd potential wind event over the weekend and while the glass fire is nearly completely contained its areas that have burned in previous years that officials are concerned about now like here in the fountain grove area of santa rosa homes are still under construction after burning down in the 2017 tubbs fire and so a lot of those areas have reestablished there's brush their seasonal grasses. >>there's definitely threat for a fire moving back to those areas again. so that is why we continue to ask our community to heed to the warnings and be prepared for another fire potentially an area that has already burned in last several years pg e has not officially said they will cut power off yet to prevent a catastrophic wildfire, but the
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potential is there we are now out of psps watch which means that pg e has activated its emergency operations center and the likelihood psps event happening in midweek they will begin notifying customers 48 hours in advance of when they might have to pull the plug. >>maureen kelly kron 4 news. >>the gna says a possible preemptive power shut off could come as soon as wednesday night to parts of the north bay mountains and the mount diablo area in the east bay. >>for more on that welfare danger chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here to tell us all about it you know that's been in the making for a long time we've had year after year of drought in fact we had 6 last 10 years experiencing drought conditions in much of california, including the bay area and here's where we sit right now see the area shaded in the dark brown here that is severe drought conditions that's almost the entire bay area and then we get extreme as you head toward fairfield you head up to sonoma napa those areas you're an extreme
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drought conditions so really all the force or prime you've got all the debris that has begun to settle the bottom the force you got all branches and trees that have died brush that has died and now you throw on top of that some strong winds, some gusty winds fire conditions settling in and that's what we get at this time of year usually get these fronts drop over the top cities ridge and all of a sudden that ridge starts to build you start to see more of a northerly component the wind we've been watching this play out all of october and lot of part of september 2 we're going to see it do so not only over the next couple days. i think as far as week maybe even longer than that we'll see a series of wind events rolling into the bay area. so yeah we've got a couple things going on red flag warnings up in the north bay we've got fire weather watches. we're expecting some strong gusty winds develop and i think especially on thursday, it will likely become warnings as we head in toward wednesday that continues the east bay hills above a 1000 feet, the oakland hills gobble range very gusty winds. there may be gust as high as 4050 miles an hour as we get to thursday split the difference in slama
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county you can see and are watching the southern half the northern half already under warning and the north bay very strong gusty winds expected there across the hills over the next few days. i think even stronger winds as we get in toward the middle of guys. thank you lawrence. the number of confirmed cases of covid-19 across the world has passed 40 million that's according to. >>johns hopkins university. the world health organization says that we have likely entered the second wave of the virus. the u.s. is averaging more than 55,000 new cases a day. more than 60% since mid september. california has recorded more than 876,000 cases and more than 16,000 deaths. across the bay area there are now more than 107,000 reported cases and more than 1600 deaths. >>once the fda approves a covid vaccine. californians will have to wait a little longer to get it. the governor announced steps that he's taking today to try to verify
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the safety of what will eventually be an approved immunization we hope kron four's capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains. >>so governor gavin newsom announced monday his administration will require an independent group to verify the safety of an eventual fda approved covid-19 vaccine before it can be distributed in california. the governor said this is happening regardless of whoever is president course. >>we don't take anyone's word for it. we will do our own independently reviewed process with are world class experts. the new scientific safety group is made up of 11 health care leaders and researchers from across the state house sooner work begins depends on how soon the fda approves a vaccine. >>the state is eyeing a likely mass distribution in 2021. >>and this is the sober reality, the expectation should not cannot be this calendar year. for the overwhelming majority of us to get to where we need to go as a nation as a state that will
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not happen until 2021 with limited supply in storage capacity expected once a vaccine is approved newsom's administration has already decided who will get first priority will go to those most vulnerable to the virus, including the elderly or those living in long-term care facilities. >>the disabled essential workers minorities, rural communities and those who are incarcerated newsom's administration did not say how long it would take the group to review the vaccines, reporting in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >>across the state and here in the bay area new covid-19 cases are actually on the decline. but there is some concern that a second wave of infections is coming in san mateo county leaders are working to make sure that businesses continue to follow covid-19 guidelines. today officials began sending a covid-19 compliance unit to businesses across the county making sure that they are complying with county health orders all businesses must ensure that masks are being warned social distancing is respected and employees are
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given a health and safety plan the county compliance unit will mainly focus on people getting or getting people to comply voluntarily, but they do have the authority to issue fines up to $3,000. repeat offenders could even face criminal charges. >>for the next 2 days you can get a covid tested the union city bart station bay area community health teaming up with bart offer free coronavirus testing through wednesday. the testing site at the station will be open from 00:09am in the morning till 04:00pm it's free for everyone then walk-ups are welcome but appointments are preferred. >>and snowboarding won't be much different on the slopes when lake tahoe ski resorts begin reopening next month. but a variety of changes are planned indoors of course because of covid-19 capacity limits will be in place and some resorts are adopting a reservation systems. but masks and social distancing requirements won't faze the skiers. a spokesman for mount rose says that the beauty of
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the ski industry is social distancing really already exist wearing face coverings masks and gloves are part of normal attire. at least outdoors it's going to be business as usual heavenly and northstar are the first ones that are scheduled to open november 20th. >>6 russian military officers accused of hacking campaign and german pretty in washington with the department of justice says this group is done. plus with certain bay area students returning to the classrooms out one north bay county is
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>>as more and more schools are welcoming students back for in person instruction some districts are coming up with ways to keep families and for now marine county schools will have a new online virus. tracker. >>it will cover public private independent and parochial schools within the county. the dashboard map will include gray dots for each school if the school is open to at least 10% capacity. the dot will be green and you can get information on the total number of students attending classes among other details. >>now a related any students who have tested a covid positive more staff and whether or not there was any transmission in the school setting that an opportunity to move information into our community in a way that will be easy to access and available to all.
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>>the dashboard will be available on them are in schools dot org website. it will also detail each school's plan for how to respond if and when there is a case reported and information briefing is being held tomorrow. the zoom at 4.30 in the afternoon for all marine students and their families. >>and marine catholic will be keeping students off campus for the next 2 weeks they had been in person, but the school's leadership team says they learned of at least one big party and countless students sleepovers recently and err on the side of caution because of those risky activities. they are deciding to suspend all in person learning and activities for 2 weeks, starting today all classes will meet on zoom until a return to in person instruction november, 2nd. >>coming up a quake shaking off the coast of alaska prompting calls for residents to get away from the southern close. >>plus curbing crime in the east bay, why some local leaders are
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says the president of the oakland police officers association barry down some of numbers are incredibly over more than 400 people shot this year and city a murder so far this year. we 75 for all of last year it is incredibly important recognize. >>that shutting down the sources of illegal guns is vital to stopping gun violence this week oakland city council president rebecca kaplan is introducing a resolution declaring gun violence prevention, a top law enforcement priority hiring someone to trace bullet shell casings left at crime scenes, a position that has been vacant for 2 years even though it has been budgeted the money to hire the position. >>to trace the illegal guns is in the budget and we're saying they need to go ahead and fill that position, however donna lynne says the position remains unfulfilled because he believes no one wants to work and what he calls a hostile work environment. >>she's talking about hiring one person to do tracing which
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is a very noble and every technical jaw. but the challenges song with those kind expertise there soon coming to open. we may be laid off week as phone. the police department captain it is also recommending the city council adopted resolution to terminate opd is participation with the fbi's joint terrorism task force of the 3 bases issue. >>the bay area oakland has been the one this year that's been struck by terrorism we are white supremacist kill up for security building the city council president sites that same incident has reason to sever ties with the fbi's joint terrorism task force. the federal government has refused to go after white supremacist even those white supremacists who committed a murder in oakland. >>both resolutions will be presented at the next oakland city council meeting has it made you kron 4 news. >>the city of san jose is testing out a new gunshot
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detection program in an effort to reduce gun violence and help police respond faster. the program will be tested in the cadillac winchester neighborhood where city officials say violent crime has been an ongoing issue. the new technology will use artificial intelligence and acoustic sensors to identify the location and direction of the gunshots. police will that have access to audio files in google maps or video from the detection device. tech company v 5 systems makes the devices and it's expected to be ready to roll in the next few weeks. >>on capitol hill, the race is on to get a last minute covid-19 relief bill passed before election day. house speaker nancy pelosi says that the white house doesn't come around to a deal by tomorrow night. it isn't going to happen in the meantime senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is expected to introduce a so-called skinny relief bill this week that would be about 500 billion dollars and go towards health care schools, and unemployment benefits but would not contain
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money for another round of stimulus checks. the senate will also vote on a bill this week to shore up the paycheck protection program. pelosi and treasury secretary steven mnuchin spoke over the weekend they are expected to continue their talks this week in financial relief may be on the way for small businesses. >>that is because santa clara county supervisors are proposing a major loan program for small companies who have been negatively affected by covid talk about a 100 million dollars in low interest loans if the proposal is approved. tomorrow there would be a report outlining the program options during budget hearings next month. the county's largest city san jose ranks 5th in the country with the largest number of small business closures since the start of the pandemic that is according to a study by yelp. >>parts of southern alaska are under a tsunami advisory tonight that's because a reported 7.5 magnitude earthquake was recorded off the alaska peninsula today. the alaska earthquake center
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says that the quake was widely felt in communities along the southern coast. a magnitude 5.2 aftershock was reported about 10 minutes later for more details, i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here. to tell us all about it. yes certainly a scary area known for large quakes right along lucian to mislead you can see large quakes popping up there all the time the boy this was a major shake or 7.5 that was a big one that rolled on through there and they continue to stay under advisory tonight. >>not necessarily because is he a tsunami that you've got numerous aftershocks were continues the land masses moving underneath right where this earthquake was you see near sandpoint they actually reported a 2.3 foot tsunami chignik lake they also some the right there in the bay, a small one of just over 2 feet but certainly they're going to continue to monitor this. we've seen numerous earthquakes in fact in just this last half hour or so we've had another a couple of earthquakes over a magnitude of 4. so the good news is it
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looks like most us not dangers are coming down and notionally dangers here along the west coast now this pretty typical place where you see these very large earthquakes you can imagine the crust of the world is made up of all these different place this one the pacific plate running right in the north american plate reading what's called a subduction zone that's an area where this actually the pacific plate is shoved underneath the north american plate the series populated with a lot of volcanoes along the aleutians here it's also where you see a large number of very big earthquakes in that area so that being said kind of quiet here which is not bad tomorrow should be a nice day fire danger running high. the temperatures up in the 70's and the 80's in and around the bay is eyes 85 degrees in san jose 88 in livermore 89 in concord back toward the coastline. the store hours and patchy fog and then a lot of 60's by the afternoon. next couple days fire danger running high think off and on all week long maybe into next week going to see some gusty winds, especially over the north bay hills to
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begin those winds really start to ripple out across the entire bay area on thursday temperatures cooling down this weekend. but another round of gusty winds possibly on sunday too. >>the los angeles dodgers will take on the tampa bay rays in game one of the world series tomorrow and the neutral stadium will be a first for the world series we're taking a look at the pandemic precautions that have become all too normal. plus from samaritan's to save years of group of friends jumped into action after a crash on
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>>a group of samaritan's turned saviors after witnessing a car crash n then went up in flames, 7 west of cleveland, ohio. >>peggy gallek reports for us tonight, if they didn't intervene the driver may not have survived. >>this erie county sheriff's body camera video shows a fiery crash that happened around 02:00am october 4th. on state route 13 good the 25 year-old driver failed to negotiate a curve and hit a utility pole. the car caught fire during a these 3 were driving southbound when they saw the crash and without hesitation they stopped and got the victim out of the car on >>and you guys i don't want you the victim in where does the dictum had several
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injuries, including a ruptured spleen and damage kidney. the sheriff tells me that the victim is expected to make a full recovery, thanks to the efforts of the good samaritan soldiers angels from future the 3 who rescued the man in a row be ross perry and cliff bows earth were honored at the erie county sheriff's department monday. the deputy was was very close and got there. >>an amazing amount of time but as you guys saw firsthand the car the car go up in flames really quick had it not been for you guys is quick decisive actions. i can almost guarantee he wouldn't be here today this 3 say they don't feel like heroes. >>they just wanted to help the car was on fire, but it wasn't it there is just a little amount of flames coming out of the hood. >>and my friend cliff looked at me and he just looked out. he said ross, i need your and you know i hopped in their bras and cliffs got the man out of the car and then help them carry him away from the burning vehicle, they said they were not worried about getting injured. we stopped
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the car and as soon as we started just like ripped the door open i just started running i had no idea what i was running like something's happening. >>and then he was following behind me and when we got closer we saw that doesn't fly the getting hurt a little bit and i let this guy dive like that that just never felt that i had to pull him out galloped news nation. >>next today, more than a handful of russian military officers accused of a series. disruptive and destructive computer attacks and in sports resilient coming around low lake. nor the naysayers and bounce back along with the rest of squad last night against the rams. >>sports director jason dumas still have the image is coach
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>>6 russian hackers 3 continents affected millions of victims today, the department of justice announced it is seeking out a group of military officers from russia involved in the hacking campaign kron four's washington correspondent basal john reports. the department of justice is going after 6 russian military intelligence officers for alleged computer attacks no country has weaponized its cyber capabilities. >>as maliciously and irresponsibly as russia doj national security assistant attorney general john demers
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says this group disrupted a french election the winter olympics in the hospital system in pennsylvania, the most disruptive and destructive series of computer attacks ever attributed to a single group. >>while the alleged perpetrators of these crimes were russian government officials. the victims who suffered real harm as a result of these crimes, we're often ordinary citizens and businesses around the world western pennsylvania district attorneys, scott brady says heritage valley health systems suffered from a malware attack in 2017. >>and lost access to critical patient information. >>while heritage valley spent more than 2 million responding to and recovering from the attack. the disruption of critical health care to patients cannot be quantified monetarily. >>the doj noted that these hackers are part of the same intelligence unit which interfered with the 2016 election. but say americans shouldn't be concerned about the coming up election americans should be confident. >>that hack asked for their candidate will be counted for
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that candidate, reporting in washington, i'm diesel job. more than 1 million travelers pass through tsa checkpoints yesterday that is the first time air travel reach that level. >>since mid-march even with that increase. still about 60% lower than the same day last year. but it is a dramatic rise from the collapse in air travel caused by the pandemic us airlines are operating at 48%, fewer flights than a year ago and still have nearly one 3rd of their fleet idled. a first in modern baseball history of the world series is set to play out at a neutral site and that is of course to the pandemic. >>the tampa bay rays los angeles dodgers will play at arlington's globe. life field in texas markie martin has a preview now of what fans teams
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task the current again. >>and i've never been to a world series. >>on tuesday night the los angeles dodgers will take on the tampa bay rays the neutral stadium, a first for the world series jared sandler a radio broadcaster for the texas rangers says this was major league baseball's attempt to control the spread of covid 30 teams all the people that make up one team just too tough to have a bubble during the regular season, the players didn't agree to that. no surprise in 2020 attendants will be at 25% capacity, which means about 10,000 socially distanced fans in the seats you're east of loud atmospheres and tailgating and all that stuff and it's just not it's not a thing this year from a business standpoint all these teams during the regular
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season loss that part of their revenue. >>the traditional mlb season has a 162 games this year each team only played 60 or fewer, and without fans in the seats, the league projected a net loss of $640,000 per game and the deficit isn't just being felt in the sea sweets. >>we do get a lot of ranger fans here not this time of year right now curtis taylor is the co owner of legal draft beer company about a mile down the road from globe life field. he says the double whammy of covid and a lack of sporting events has been devastating, you know we're probably down more than 50% on our revenue without the government. >>assistance we probably not so for right now honestly it so when the world series announced arlington as a toast, it was a win not just for business before the brand new billion-dollar stadium, the dfw now gets to show off and for fans like doug seeing it firsthand in this way
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pandemic precautions in all it's a real concern, but i think they wouldn't allow fans in unless they saw a possibility for to be safe. he'll take checking off his biggest bucket list item in whatever way it comes i think it's going to did it or or read it my buddies and i also are finishing up their 30 ballparks i think it's just a sense of accomplishment with everything going on or shell make it happen. >>those markie martin reporting for us tonight, a forbes reported that the mlb raked in 10.7 billion dollars for the 2019 season, there projection this year with fewer games and no fans just shy of 3 billion dollars. >>sports from the team t fiber sports tests. >>susan you could essentially called the season a wash when unwell. it's still an uphill battle but now you've got some hope. the niners used a balanced offensive attack to
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control the tempo of the game, their secondary held jared goff to under 200 yards passing and the niners got their first division win of the season in their first home win of the season. jimmy g also bounce back he went 23 for 33 for 238 yards and 3 touchdowns it was a welcome sight after he struggled last week in his return from the high ankle sprain kyle shanahan says his quarterbacks confidence never wavered. he walks. >>confident all each day and he doesn't have the demeanor of a guy is worried about much. here's a guide to mean are we got a lot of confidence and believes he's going to win and i think that's the coolest part goes. what he's playing good or our team believes and you can see all those guys are not own when jimmy's and you can tell the team believes that. that's one of most important things to give us chance to one. >>over in nevada the raiders got back to work after their bye week. it's been all smiles aor the raiders over the past week at their headquarters.
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that's what happens when you enter the bye fresh off a win against the defending super bowl champs, which also happened to be a team you haven't beat in 3 years. now biggest turns their attention to tom brady in the bucks in a primetime matchup the bucks are coming off of a big time win against the packers. this will be the raiders second. time this season hosting a prime-time matchup still no fans can attend but the players are still feeling the support around sin city. >>i still think i i feel a lot of energy in the city i think that. >>you know when i'm walking around the grocery store when driving a city-owned i'm seeing raiders bumper stickers start to pop you know license plates here and there that was really seeing when i moved out for first time in june. so i do feel like there's a little buzz going on in the city, obviously we wish we could head fans. >>cardinals in dallas. >>taking on the cowboys, the kelly it with bench for a couple of series after a couple costly fumbles. to see
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how our mary this was his homecoming in the lone star state t 5 christian kirk that's an atr pitching catch. murray, not for 20 to 9 for 24 one 88 2 touchdowns he also rushed for one cardinals win 38 to 10 the 49 ers remain a game behind them for last place in the nfc west. and we had a bone is monday night football game chiefs-bills was rescheduled because of covid 2nd quarter, she's down 10 to 7 until patrick mahomes turned into catch and homes just being himself how many times have we seen this before the 5 travis kelsey for 6 his second touchdown of game the host threw for 225 yards and 2 touchdowns she's won it 26 to 17. i didn't choose this job because it was easy. but i can't say i expected this. to fight these fires, we need funding - plain and simple. for this crisis, and for the next one. prop 15 closes tax loopholes so rich corporations pay their fair share of taxes.
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>>covid-19 heading into its 8th month here in the u.s. quarantine and a lack of travel are resulting in people, venturing out of their comfort zones and trying out new things all right unlike many industries right now in business is seeing more customers than ever before france's lynn shows to make is everybody's been cooked up for so long it was nice to get out and be able to do something in south there's not a lot of things that. >>our fun i can you can do just out dozens of first time skydivers get ready to go up
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to the sky we've had a quite a surge in business operation like we've been doing more jumps in the last few months and we then than ever we have had record weekends as far as people coming out to make in tandem skydive kansas city owner chris paul explains why there's more people out skydiving this year this is something close to home in affordable that >>definitely get your heart pumping and gets made people really re evaluate life and priorities. he says there are many myths surrounding the sport a skydiving and the obvious one is that it's everybody is going to die, but skydiving instructor say this is not true skydiving is safer than riding in a car and a lot of times the fatalities are actually self-induced it's equipment malfunction, it's not nothing like that it's somebody that. >>puts themselves in the position to actually hurt themselves skydiving instructors described the safety procedures they go through that coming out just doing that the safety measures we have is a harness system we do inspections on the airplane a lot and >>checks or equipment, a lot they double checked triple
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checked the inspected regularly. all of our stuff meticulously gone over fire owner is actually very very safe sport plus extra safety procedures now during the covid-19 pandemic we have more hand sanitizer around we try to clean things more often than the obviously in very close quarters with 14 people in the airplane. >>so why were in the airplane we wear masks. once the door opens getting ready to go then we can take the mask off because air circulating a lot better skydivers and first time jumper say now during a pandemic skydiving is something that can bring back some of the fun and happiness in life is >>and therapeutic you are so focused on what you're doing you actually you kind of forget what was going on during the day and all your troubles it's very liberating so state could just let all that go in hall hopes more people will continue coming out to get a taste of the sky we have people 18 to 93 that have come out and jump with us you never never too old you
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can't really explain unless you go through it and do it yourself is nothing like it on the air so we got to the sky. i think there's a lot of things that drive people want to jump out of a perfectly good airplanes you can jump out of an airplane there's really not much you can't relax. >>well hillary did. that was frances lin reporting for us and that wraps up kron 4 news at 8 thanks for being with us this hour but stick around our primetime coverage continues on kron 4 news at 9. >>i'm talking about a celebration of life quickly turning into a tense moment of rage, a woman seen kicking screaming and punching to shut down a gender reveal gathering why members of that family think this was racially motivated. plus pgd warning customers of another round of power shut off his winds are expected to pick up later this week. >>and this week's fire dangers bring back flashbacks of the deadly oakland hills fire it started 29 years ago today, we'll hear from residents about their worries ahead of tonight's red flag warning tonight's red flag warning that goes
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they endorse yes on 25 to end money bail. governor gavin newsom. congresswoman karen bass. the western center on law and poverty. the dolores huerta foundation. californians for safety and justice. and the california democratic party. yes on 25.
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accused of rape. accused of stealing $5. the stanford rapist could afford bail. got out the same day. the senior citizen could not. forced to wait in jail nearly a year. vote yes on prop 25 to end money bail. >>news station. you're watching kron 4 news at 09:00am.


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