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>>news stations, you're watching the car. maureen thank you so much for joining us on the kron 4 morning news on marty gonzalez and i'm noelle bellow it is sunday march 7th and we've got a lot to get to this morning but first it's another beautiful day outside no complaints from this side of the really is when it really is the sun is shining already dave spahr has got a little bit more detail on. >>just how warm it might get today they mourning noel and marty good morning, lots of sunshine. a dish out a little chilly though inland a bit as we revisit some of those 30's but this afternoon will be
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warming back to the business of the lower 60's live shot here for you temper on there we see the sun starting to fill up some of those valleys a little bit there's the familiar golden gate with a few high clouds however. >>got to keep some scattered clouds in our future there is some of the temperatures for us some lower 30's up there in the north bay, 42 meanwhile for any auc tri valley you're looking at 36 this morning 39 going on for concord palo alto nice you to join us 3740 going on for san jose in comparison sake were some half a dozen degrees behind where we were from this time yesterday and do want to note up north there you see a deck of cloud cover will have some scattered clouds to toss about for afternoon forecast case you're wondering what happened at the sun was out this morning and that's behind again. there's a look at winds kind of single digits, but we'll see them pick up a little bit for an afternoon breeze. there's a shot to yeah mount tam we go from 40 to 55 up to 61 by 2 however looks like it could be a bit unsettled as we start the workweek we'll be tracking all that coming up free in just a bit more done well.
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>>all right dave, thanks a lot of us get to the news this morning. our top story, san francisco unified says it's on track to offer on campus learning at some schools beginning april 12th now some parents remain anxious about that. others see it as a promising development, the first students will be returning to campus would be those in phase 2 a. >>that's pretty kindergartners through fifth-graders under the tentative health and safety agreement the district and the union are working to return as many students as possible in group-c eventually working up to nearly a full school day 5 days a week. >>the teachers union president susan solomon says that safety protocols are in place and educators and staff. >>will receive proper ppe. >>masks gowns face shields even n 95 masks for educators whose means that requires that the book the students. close-up not not within 60 they have to be closer to students and in some cases some educators will be going
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into more than one stable cohort. >>we have to keep working until there is an option for 5 full days for all students k through 12. >>solomon says educators will be finding out soon when the start dates are for their schools they will then have access to the buildings 2 weeks before school starts so they can start setting up their classrooms. >>the district will be providing more details tomorrow meanwhile city of the city attorney's still moving forward with a lawsuit filed against the district and the board of education to reopen schools, a court hearing set on that from march 22nd. now to the east bay this morning, another moment, koval a mobile covid-19 vaccination site enrichment specifically targeting disadvantaged communities that's second that's the second time in 2 weeks they've made stops in richmond and as kron four's phillipe djegal reports it's all a part of contra costa health services big picture strategy. >>to focus on equity. >>there is no mystery as to why john mirror health and
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contra costa health services are hosting this mobile covid-19 vaccination clinic at richmond high school. the city ranks number one in the county with the highest number of positive cases doctors to shore nasa says this is the second saturday in a row, the volunteers have inoculated people in this parking lot targeting the county's most vulnerable communities with barriers to access health care to be honest a lot of it is trust there are communities. >>which for a good reason have historical distrust with the government and with health care systems, especially when it comes to vaccinations there's been a lot of history where people have been mistreated saturday patients any potential past grievances aside for opportunity to restart their first days the moderna vaccine >>i needed to do it for my family to show them that it's in addition to richmond, the mobile clinic has made stops in can san pablo next week it
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will head to conquer. >>all 4 communities rank in the county's top 5. >>for highest number of positive covid-19 cases. they are also among the lowest score tile of the healthy places indexation not be band and they should not be upgraded all. >>because not everybody get d on average 160 people have been vaccinated at the weekend mobile clinics book an appointment through health services uninsured patients are accepted. >>in richmond believe all kron 4 news. >>and medical experts are defending the new one shot johnson johnson vaccine after some people said they were worried about its efficacy. >>that's right scientists say some confusing data is actually making the new johnson johnson shot appear to be less effective. but researchers say that's just not the case they say it's 66 to 85% effective against severe forms of covid that's compared to moderna and pfizer which both have a 95% efficacy
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rate but health experts are stressing that the johnson and johnson vaccine tested remarkably well in countries. >>where the new more dangerous covid stretch were already circulating. >>coming up on the kron 4 morning news, millions of americans are now one step closer to getting another stimulus check we're going to let you know what you can expect that and give you the latest on what's happening in washington d c plus in our health segment today. easy ways you can reduce the risk of potentially deadly blood clots. also with some more and more people vaccinated it is it's still important to wear your mask. health experts are weighing in.
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>>welcome back 79 here on this sunday morning in an early morning shooting in oakland has ended with a san francisco man dead. police say that shooting happened around 02:00am saturday along grand avenue in the city's adams point neighborhood so far police have not released the victim's name or details on the suspect anyone with information on is asked to call oakland police. >>and in the south bay, san jose police are investigating a shooting in east san jose happened at bowling green drive near alvin avenue whaley elementary school happened about 5 o'clock saturday
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evening police tell us that one man is suffering life threatening injuries from that gunshot. san jose police have not yet arrested to some but suspect nor released a motive. >>a 12 year-old girl is safe this morning after police in vallejo say she was rescued from human trafficking earlier this week really hope police arrested 19 year-old fidel rodriguez navarrette wednesday officers were called to fairgrounds drive after someone reported the girl was being forced into trafficking. rodriguez is being held at the solano county jail facing charges of human trafficking of a minor with a minor and assault with a deadly weapon. >>lafayette city council may be asking the state to step in to help remove frequent protesters from a highway overpass there since august supporters of former president trump have gathered at the l kurt hola boulevard overpass that's above highway 24 in lafayette. they wave american flags and large banners as you can see in that video there and members of the contra
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costa county patriots say that they're exercising their first amendment rights to peacefully assemble. but the city says the twice weekly demonstrations are a safety hazard for drivers below the council will meet tomorrow night at 7 o'clock to talk more about the issue. >>an italian prosecutor has now requested life in prison for 2 bay area man charged with killing an italian police officer at 21 year old finnegan elder and 20 year-old gabriel natale horde of are on trial. they were students a towel pious high school in mill valley. >>the prosecution wants to the court to impose italy's maximum sentence for stabbing the police officer to death. that attack happened back in july 2019 in rome when the teenagers one vacation in italy. they claim self-defense now the defense is set to make its closing arguments on march 18th, dave ok we're off to a sunny start to chile of that though we've got some plenty of 30's just above the freezing mark in some of those
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in the valleys we're going to snap up ahead though to 55 as we approach around the noon hour 61 expected by early afternoon. >>little scattered clouds but becoming unsettled early next week you keep it here at forecast.
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>>good morning welcome back to san francisco fire department made a daring off a cliff a friday evening. a firefighter carried a labrador up a steep cliff at fort funston there you working his way up they posted this video on their twitter page. >>as f f d says the puppy luckily didn't have any injuries, they're reminding everyone while people and their pets may be excited to get back out into nature, they need to be safe and pay attention to their surroundings. so no real details about like what exactly happened how the how the pup ballots laid out of that cliff but thankfully. >>shows the importance of having a leash exactly especially when you're on walks like that on those kind of steep hills >>thanks for joining us. we're it's about 7.15 here on this sunday and we're seeing some sunshine. this morning and we're loving every second of wanted a spark about the weather forecast because day there's some changes in yeah, it's going to come quite unsettled as we get into early next week morning guys, good morning everybody at least we
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start off with a beautiful beautiful beauty shot here coming in from timber on lots of blue skies going on as we start the day however this afternoon. >>got to throw in some scattered clouds and they're just a little bit there not a whole lot was called scattered clouds not a kind of a partly cloudy day and then tonight into tomorrow things change there's all the traffic up to the northwest of this is little guy we're talking about today later on as a drift south we throw in a few scattered clouds that's the media action for early into next week and most of that appears to be on tuesday contrast with monday. we also have some rain coming monday which will show you 32 santa rosa napa 34 and east bay shoreline pretty much lower 40's but again you look inland, you see the 30's returning so we have clear skies last night not much the way of winds we already have the cold air in place from that system that blew through and with the dry air we had a lot of that radiational cooling factor and know the future cast for again noting some scattered clouds we pop into the afternoon another batch bubbles up here from the south monterey bay to cover you folks in the south bay
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that actually clears out for a little time tonight scattered clouds remain the rule into tomorrow but by the late afternoon here comes a line of some showers going on here this is enough to wet the roads and make it for probably a little bit of a wet commute on your way home on monday. and into the tuesday morning commute as well but it's later on that goes off the scope of regional forecast period where things get interesting we get into tuesday afternoon in tuesday night that's we might have some colder air aloft and that's going to drive some showers and perhaps thunder showers lower, some of those snow levels as well. for later this afternoon, our typical onshore winds mostly keeping everything into the teens here. they pop briefly into the 20's and then they pop up a little bit more so you see tomorrow afternoon that will be accompanied by some rain though so to be a little different feel with the winds. then the nice breeze that we have going on today, although that will be chilly 2 in the afternoon a little bit there but at least will be rain free, so we got scattered clouds breezy today 60 ish will say is a high then early part of the week late showers
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on monday. tuesday and wednesday thunder showers rain. so this is the real heat of unsettled weather we're talking about late the week we clear out some minor warming and don't you know what by next weekend timed out perfectly we're back in the business in the mid to upper 60's. today we're at 58 san francisco 62 for oakland, 62 also for san jose noting those afternoon clouds at all the locations here and around the region temperatures middle to lower 60's expected again for sunday, but of course we'll take a longer a look at that longer range forecast model for you and the 4 zone to party. >>thanks lynn. well, here's something that you don't hear about every day how about this lower rates and increased service they could be coming to the san francisco bay ferry in the near future. next month, the board will be voting on whether to adopt the pandemic recovery program that's designed to encourage people to return to the ferry in the coming months. they would do that by lowering fares and adding more off peak trips beginning in july. there would also be a new route
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between oakland and san francisco. the board is asking for public input on the plan during a virtual open house that will be held on march 16th. in national news this morning house lawmakers recently passed a bill that would ban choke hold and make other changes for law enforcement officers that's right the goal is to reform police agencies across the nation. but as our reporter jeannie found out. >>some law enforcement leaders in sacramento, don't agree with the proposed changes. >>and it will not bring back. george floyd. taylor say her name breonna taylor. >>on arbery but it's a start for house lawmakers who passed the george floyd justice in policing act earlier this week. the police reform bill would ban chokehold make changes to qualified immunity van no knock warrants and prohibit racial profiling it puts more emphasis on accountability. >>as well as transparency for very axioms founder of voice
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of the youth he says this bill has been a long time coming if officers are doing just to communities that will be no press to communities people of color that they are held to the highest degree of law. i don't think that's anything to us to ask for that welcoming this potential new law isn't something sergeant kevin nicholson president of the sacramento county deputies association is looking forward to i could pull my gun and i could shoot down. >>but i place them into the carotid control hold it's just it's it's ignorance is what it is people it is ignorant as to what the tools of the trade and he's not the only one who feels this way the placer county deputy sheriff's association president says a majority of law enforcement officials are following the rules and if this bill passes getting rid of qualified immunity will just end up hurting those good officers, bad police officers should be held accountable because that's something we can all agree with. >>this the language of this bill isn't a step in that direction, but both sides may
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>>good morning welcome back it's safe to say the moviegoing experience is not going to be the same as we move forward universal got it started last summer by releasing trolls world tour online. the same day that it was available in the theaters and now they've worked out a deal to shorten the stay in theaters before reese releasing online. >>leaving blockbusters on the big screen first which is great news for movie theaters who've been financially impacted. throughout the pandemic greg nieto has more. >>just like old times. friday night at the movies. >>look let's face it, i've been sitting on my couch for 11 months watch the movie docking. the winning big ppv it's spectacular to see on the victory film critic michael casey you can watch movies anywhere you can watch me that under tv you can watch movies 100 computer you can watch movies on your phone while you're on the bus to work. >>he says it will take time. but movie theaters will get back their junior meant mojo just pent-up demand people
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want to go out like the airlines are banking on an amusement parks or bacon and i think movie theaters or to a movie studios are killed in a press release amc says they will have a higher degree of cleaning. >>and for a longer period of time between shows with less capacity per movie right now i'm we're showing to say about the depictions of families in terms of results. doctor craig spawn can is professor of english at msu >>to beat that movie theater experience. but it's going to take time. >>i think it's get herd immunity, you have a lot of people i mean i as much as i love movie theaters even after i get my vaccine on probably no wait a while but both professor and critics say they will eventually be back to you can listen to music at home, but you still want to go to a concert you can pray at home, but you still want to go to a house of worship i think the fetus can fall into that same space. >>the duke and duchess of sussex is highly anticipated
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tv tell all interview with oprah winfrey will air tonight it's expected to highlight. why harry and megan left the royal family. >>so as an adult who lived a really independent life to then go into this construct that different than i think what people imagine it to be. it's really liberating to be able to have. the right and privilege in some ways to be able to say yes i'm self safer and not to have to consult with anybody at this point yeah to be able to just make a choice on your own and just be able to speak for yourself. the 2 hours cbs special is the first lengthy interview the 2 have done since stepping down. >>according to the wall street journal cbs reportedly paid between 7 9 million dollars for the rights to air the special. a spokesperson, however says meghan and harry won't see any of that money
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but it's expected to stir up an already unstable relationship between the couple and the rest of the royal family in recent days, buckingham palace has confirmed they're investigating allegations but megan believe her staff back in 2018 now despite all of that making is set to receive an apology from another group in a ruling by the high court london the mail on sunday and mail online are going to have to publish a front page apology to the former royal after they breached her privacy by printing parts of a private letter she had sent to her father. they're also being ordered to pay her legal bills and all of that as we know this all comes as prince philip harry's grandfather remains in the hospital for a heart condition. it's being reported the queen brought home to new court the pups trying keep her company as prince philip has been away for several weeks now the queen is also expected to address britain today and a live address on bbc ahead of tomorrow's commonwealth day so there's a lot going on across the to talk about a full it
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makes me wonder why harry and meghan decided to come forward and do this big knowing that it's going to stir the pot even more well and the fact that it is airing on a day where the queen is also set to the rest of the country is pretty interesting as well, and of course they've been saying they want their privacy. >>2 hour special i'm not really privacy but on our terms exactly it remains to be seen at buckingham palace is actually going to respond to any of harry and meghan's interview from today but i feel like a lot of eyes are going to be on that one i guess what we're all going to be talking
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>>good morning welcome back hope you're enjoying what looks to be a beautiful sunday morning here around the bay area, the way the sun is kind of hitting the water even just behind us here in the embarcadero is absolutely gorgeous, i know that we had a lot of wind yesterday and i'm wondering if that wind is carrying over. >>today, dave spahr. >>well no well marty good morning, good morning, everybody looks like we'll see still some breezy conditions a throwing in there some scattered clouds will make it a little chill perhaps in the air blocking some of that sunshine. this afternoon, however it's nothing compared to what's coming to us early next week beautiful shot coming in from timber on nice blue skies off towards the distance odessa, shot there coming in from the mount tam shot, 39 going on atm with a clear skies sunny to 55 at 11 2 o'clock we're at 61 noting some of those high clouds
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which may think and at times on storm tracker 4 there you can see the line of it up towards the north not a major deal there. it is blocked the sun a little bit today, we're sitting at 32 santa rosa and napa 36 for got some lower 40's along the east bay shoreline with 47 off the antioch but some 30's in the inland valleys of the east bay which we are trailing by a good half a dozen degrees. it looks like this morning. wake-up planner we're talking 58 going off for san francisco 62 for oakland and 62 also san jose. coming up a little bit of course we'll take a look at that 4 zone forecast and your extent martino all right dave thanks live. let's get to a big story. we're following this morning the passage of president biden's covid-19 relief package through the senate and happened yesterday morning and now the bill heads back to the house before going to president biden's desk. our washington dc correspondent joe khaleel. >>has the very latest. what of after a marathon session that lasted more than 24 hours. the senate finally voted. >>to president biden's 1.9 trillion dollar covid relief
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package, the american rescue plan it fell right along party lines no republicans voted for it now there were a couple of significant changes in this senate version then what we saw in the house's version the $15 minimum wage increase was the first thing to go in internal clash among democrats ultimately lead to a scale back extended unemployment benefit to $300 a week. a deal that appease the more moderate senators those jobless benefits are going to be paid out through the summer and the main thrust of the bill is the same $1400 stimulus checks to americans who are making less than $75,000 a year. 14 billion dollars for vaccine distribution and 350 billion dollars for state and local governments among a lot of other measures. the republicans went home after this all-nighter but senate majority leader chuck schumer state and addressed reporters. a little while after the vote we had to pass this legislation. we made a promise to the american people that we we've been delivered the real
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relief they needed and now we have fulfilled that promise. >>now there is a bit of concern among some democrats that the new bill as it makes its way to the house may find some trouble with some of the more progressive members but president biden addressed that specifically saying he thinks they're going to be okay with >>affect something new with the bill. >>clearly democrats want to move on this sooner than later in fact house majority leader steny hoyer and said they're going to take this bill up in the house on tuesday and they're obviously hoping to keep all of their democratic caucus united in support of the bill now there is sort of a deadline here in a little over a week some of the benefits from the previous stimulus package like the unemployment benefits are going to run out so democrats are trying to sort of hit that deadline and make sure that they can pass this bill and get it to president biden's desk. before that happens. in washington joe khaleel.
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>>the world health organization says it will not release its findings on the origins of the covid-19 virus, according to the wall street journal the report does not contain enough detail to satisfy public interest. last month the who team completed its investigation into covid nineteen's origins in wuhan china. now scientists are calling for a new investigation because of a lack of transparency from china. >>more people become fully vaccinated many are wondering when will be able to take off our masks but before you throw years away health experts say you should keep wearing it for the time being while the vaccine does prevent illness. more research is still needed to determine whether or not the vaccine also prevent transmission. >>the virus is just machine, it's a biological machine whose sole purpose is to survive by infecting others. and it will continue to do that as long as they're susceptible individuals in the
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population. it doesn't sleep doesn't care about politics. it doesn't care that we're all so tired these precautions. >>experts estimate that the number of vaccinations needed to make an impact on herd immunity won't be reached until the fall or winter of 2020 to about 8 year 20. okay, 2020 to about 80% of the country is vaccinated. the oakland fire department is expected to run a program called macro leaders are hoping to implement that program in the next 6 months over time we really hope this program will will be able to respond to other types of nonviolent crises will be working to set teams of 2 people again and emt together with a counselor. >>those teams would first start in east oakland, west oakland, those are the 2
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>>welcome back 7.39 here on this sunday morning and spring break is right around the corner students are split on whether or not they feel safe traveling right now despite the vaccine rollout with some states like texas easing on covid safety restrictions. some students are worried another rise in covid cases after their vacation. brian shaw via jordan has the story. >>this time last year spring break when from a week to no return for many due to covid-19 parents like camilla castor do have concerns as they head into the break i think it's important for kids to still have a spring break. >>i think it's up to the parents responsibility to be safe during that time but i do think kids need of mental break, you know, it's been a hard year whether your virtual or at school. >>christian hard worry spring break will put students at risk, especially if they travel is a really what might happen or what might take place. >>during spring break week us
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the schools open back up in the children scott they might be exposed to you know. in a might be more covid cases joshua which are executive director for communication at waco isd says students should enjoy spring break. but also follow cdc guidelines want our students to be able to. in joy some time with their friends and family. >>particularly if it's friends socially distanced. of course which are says there will be testing opportunities after the break but it's not mandatory, we do expect to have testing opportunities for both students and staff before they come back from spring break and we'll be sharing information with employees and families next week about that, although governor greg abbott made the decision to remove the mask mandate affective next week waco isd is not changing the covid-19 protocols masks, frequent hand washing and sanitizing. >>encouraging social distancing when possible that screening of staff and students staley and while each
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of these mothers disagree with abbott's decision they appreciate have their children school have been operating during the pandemic i think my son school has done a really good job as best as they can throughout all of this. >>they have been doing term and great job way along the safety up this point. >>when shopping in jordan. >>and off to a sunny start it is i enjoy it. so we'll see some scattered clouds started or skies today a little bit of a breeze. no big deal this will get to the lower to maybe even middle 60's going on then
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>>donation just landed in atlanta ready for this all-star game ready represent on the nation. i here. >>well that is steph curry behind the mask sending out a message to warrior fans heading into the nba all-star game in atlanta because of covid restrictions are only going to be about 1500 fans in the arena. the all-star competitions include the popular 3 point shooting contest you see going on there dunk contest skills competition too. the game tips off at 5 o'clock this afternoon. i was actually i kind of forgot that this was even going on i know there was a little bit. yeah, there was a little bit of tension, some wanted to play some didn't a lot of players including lebron and steph both we'd rather not yeah, but there
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they day as far as standing by with a look our weather forecast here at home and a lot of sun but a little chilly today. yeah that's true, it's not hot-lanta here today we're talking about that's and speaking of which let's go check of what's going up in the you know we're talking rain so that must mean you got it. >>mountain snows coming their way now could be somewhat uneventful today as it will be here. monday it's going take a while to get its act together so they won't see much activity there either. but it's tuesday wednesday and a little bit into thursday little early for statements but we'll let you know i suspect we'll be hearing about at least winter weather advisories of not winter storms. >>which different story at the bay how about this east bay shoreline lit up nicely there's the blue skies behind us meanwhile sfo, also blue skies, no delays and just the got a little fly in ointment type situation of just a little bit the way some scattered afternoon clouds not a major deal not going to do much of anything should open up again, but then the clouds return late tonight in through monday. that's what starts getting interesting still
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chilly up there in the north bay, a 32 don't forget. we have clear skies overnight 39 about 40 or so around the east bay shoreline inland though we are treated to more 30's. 40 meanwhile, 4 san jose noting those winds will get the typical afternoon breeze because we will see quite a bit of sun. then this evening, the kind of uptick a little bit as we approach midnight of those winds sensitive areas but more driven by her latest systems or series, thereof there's see the winds coming up a bit on monday afternoon evening. this will be a company with a little bit of showers working here. but tuesday and wednesday get far more interesting with all about which we'll check in future cast for so again some scattered clouds today boom here comes the rain opportunity for your evening commute tomorrow, just kind of the wet roads scenario. tivoli scattered light rain going on or scattered showers will work and then it gets a little bit more potent here some heavier rains working here by tuesday afternoon. and this will also mean some colder air aloft which is going to trigger off potentially some thunder showers and we might get some
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snow levels pushed down by the time we get to the middle of the week that will maybe go down about 2500 feet is a possibility with that you see it lingering through wednesday and we don't really clear or act out until thursday, but it's pretty smooth sailing into next weekend and that means our temperatures returning to the numbers that we're seeing this weekend as well sweet time that out pretty well 58 san francisco today looks like 58 also daly city pacifica 5455 for half moon bay during the upper 50's on the bay side of the northern peninsula meanwhile to the south 64 palo alto 62 palo alto san carlos at 6062 meanwhile for mountain dew santa clara valley lower 60's morgan hill coming in at 63 cupertino as well. santa clara at 63 to east bay shoreline to the south lower 60's as we see in tri valley, dublin, 61, 63 walnut creek in berkeley at 61. getting up the solano county here chilly spot 59 67 fairfield 63 for napa and 63
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also for santa rosa chilly at the coast even with the sun out in breezy to lower 60's. we'll do it there so. the beginning of the 7 day forecast somewhat quiet. we have some rain developing late on monday here come the fireworks on tuesday possible into wednesday clearing out as you'll notice thursday and friday there's the drop in temperatures out because we have the colder air aloft, although you don't notice it so much overnight once we dry out temperatures fall well into the 30's and we're going the 40's at the coast. >>for your help we're going to continue our exam on blood clots that can lead to serious illness or some cases even death. but our health expert karen along says that there are some food and drink that we take to reduce our risk of blood clots karen good morning. what are some of the symptoms. >>good morning. so when he had a blood clot that area which is in the lower legs. >>but it could be anywhere they could be very us there's swelling but as i mentioned
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last week, sometimes you don't have those symptoms and it breaks off in that class travelers to your lawns and now here lines that's very life threatening you'll feel shortness of breath, maybe some copying backing, you unusual sweating very fast heart rate. >>that is some that's the medical emergency. so that's when you really want to make sure you get to the hospital right wing and as we mentioned last week take that seriously and do take care of yourself immediately. >>karen we understand some of are treatable and in some cases even preventable fairly easily right. >>as we mentioned last week about control managing your risk factors that also managing your diet there are a lot of things that you can do to prevent clots in the one is drinking talked a little bit about this before but your blood is mostly water of the plasma is 90% water looks at
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the bat over half of your you're their blood. so you want to make sure you stay hydrated because that lead will get really and this in it will be hard for the blood to return back up to the heart when it's really think like that. but you can also eat your fluids tell us about that. >>yes because fruits and are very high in water, so it's still an orange i squeezed out from this size or and squeezed out this now do blew it. yes that's in an orange so eating fruits and vegetables are also really good some people say i can't think of that so i said well ok so eat also a leafy good way to go as always. leafy greens said these are
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those those dark leafy okay, so here's the caveat you have. it's very high in vitamin k i was actually a vitamin that helps clot so you might think well and i should want to eat those kids they're going to cause exact how clot the blood right but actually the vitamin k it helps reduce inflammation. some cancers helps prevent some of the bone deterioration, so you want to include vitamin k and also it helps from oath bleeding out to sea you have to have some of that vitamin k if you are on some type like coomer took a covid in our war you have to be a little bit more careful a lot of doctors say we'll just don't need any of those greenleaf these well just say go ahead eat those big just eat them still i don't eat it a lot on one day and then went on a debt another cause that will throw off your your
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medication some just make it part of your overall lifestyle plan then. >>right right either dark create green, leafy vegetable the l salad every day and another thing is is throw some garlic and that salad right. >>yes and they found that that actually has some and types late lit activity and its best when you're eating it raw, but then you can also roasted they have to really be careful and not over roasting it. they found that you can't it will. if you roast it for no more than 3 minutes over if you don't boil it for more than 3 minutes. that you you won't inhibit those that that anti platelet activity so that's the key the key here is 3 minutes or less. >>right right or microwaving is ok behind okay. one of the thing we want to touch upon is the importance of olive oil. >>i love oil, actually did a
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study last week we talked about one of the risk factors is being overweight they actually did the study on some overweight nonsmokers and they found that just having some of the olive oil. at least once a week help it in help to reduce that that risk of over kind anti platelet activity kind of like linley what we talked taking aspirin aspen is an anti platelet we can get some of our anti play through the food we yeah, all of oil and their roots and vegetables so it's my again my as as always thank you so much for the tips and it really hits home that
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>>news stations, you're watching the car. happy sunday, everybody and thank you so much for joining us on the kron 00:00am morning news on marty gonzales and i'm noelle bellow sunday march 7th is your data got a lot to get to this morning talk about some schools reopening soon which is exciting stuff a lot of parents are saying it's we're saying it's about time for some rain at some point here in our forecast which dave spahr says we might get later this week yesterday, yeah looks like early next week will be have the pitter patter of rain maybe in fireworks to thrown in for
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good maybe a couple lightning strikes, good morning guys, good morning, but as we start today off and certainly for today will be dry clear skies but upstream like a clouds yeah, pretty thinned out a bit but. >>that will thicken up a little bit in our skies just a touch this afternoon's we have to throw some scattered clouds into our future. no major deal beautiful shot happened here from half moon bay. >>and you can see a nice the commotion there in the background meanwhile, there's the golden gate bridge again with those high clouds aloft just a little bit. still chilly up in the north bay as we're looking at 37 santa rosa 39 for napa lot of 40's now populate the east bay with fremont a 3944 for san jose and 37 for palo alto we're trailing by half a dozen degrees or less compared to yesterday's start and the breakdown for you today will keep it sunny to mostly sunny. but again some scattered clouds into your afternoon with temperatures in the lower to middle 60's speaking of the rain we will talk a bit more about that coming up bit later on the broadcast martin well. okay jason, a couple minutes. thank you, let's get right to
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our top story this morning, san francisco unified says it is on track to offer in classroom, learning that some of its schools. >>beginning april 12th, but some parents remain anxious about that the first students returning to campus would be those in phase 2 a which are pre kindergartners. >>through 5th graders kron four's gayle ong has the details. >>one there and i spoke with says setting a date is a step in the right direction, but still has questions about the reopening plan. >>what's unclear right now is too many students that actually covers for example clear and it is a wage 3 school which means that outside of first smaller handful of schools, there aren't reopening date set yet vivian saffron is the mother of 2 students at clarendon elementary school in san francisco, one of thousands of parents who have been home schooling her children for almost a year. >>she helped organize the zoom in protest stage outside close schools to bring awareness to students struggling with
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distance learning the past year sanford plans to continue to get the message out we have to keep working until. >>there is an option for 5 full days for all students k through 12. we know it can be done safely. we love and support our teachers, san francisco, public schools will reopen in person on april 12th. under the tentative health and safety agreement the district and union are working to return as many students as possible in focal groups. >>to nearly a full day, 5 days a week elementary students will stay with their teacher the agreement is for preschool through 5th grade. >>and then all students from preschool through high school who are in special day classes in the special education program susan solomon president of the teachers union united educators of san francisco says safety protocols are in place and educators and staff will face shields even n 95 masks s - for educators whose means that
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requires that the the students. close-up not not within 60 they have to be closer to students and in some cases some educators will be going into more than one stable cohort solomon says educators will be finding out when the start dates are for their schools and they will have access to the buildings 2 weeks before school starts. >>so they can start setting up their classrooms. other students will be offered in person options by the end of april the school district says they will provide more details about the reopening plan on monday in the meantime the city attorney is still moving forward with a lawsuit filed against the school district and board of education. >>on reopening schools, a court hearing is set on march 22nd and san francisco gayle ong kron 4 news. >>in the east bay there's another mobile covid-19 vaccination clinic in richmond that specifically targeting disadvantaged communities. this is all part of contra costa county's health services focus on equity. now richmond
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ranks first in the country or in the county rather in positive cases on average 160 people have been vaccinated at the weekend mobile clinics. now while there's some mistrust surrounding the vaccine. doctor to shore not says that it's important to convince the community that the vaccine works. >>on us a lot of it is trust there are communities which for a good reason historical distrust with the government and with health care systems, especially when it comes to vaccinations there's been a lot of history where people have been mistreated they needed to do it for my family. >>to show them that it's they should not be band and they should not be upgraded all. >>in addition to richmond, the mobile clinic has made stops in antioch in san pablo this week it will head to conquer all 4 communities rank in the county's top 5 for highest number of positive covid-19 cases and you can book an appointment to health services uninsured patients are also accepted well.
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>>medical experts are defending the new one shot johnson and johnson vaccine after some said they were concerned about its efficacy scientists say that there's some confusing data that's making the new johnson johnson vaccine appear to be less effective. but researchers say that's not the case. they say that it's 6685% effective against severe forms of covid that's compared to moderna and pfizer which have a 95% efficacy rate but health experts to stress the johnson johnson vaccine tested remarkably well in countries where the new more dangerous covid strains were already circulating. >>and coming up on the kron 4 morning news, millions of americans are now one step closer to another stimulus check we're going to take a look at when you can expect your check that's coming up. plus eddie murphy and arsenio hall return to revisit 80's classic comedy let's find out what our movie critic has to say about it. and with more and more people being vaccinated is it still important to wear a mask.
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>>welcome back 8 '09 here on this sunday morning, an italian prosecutors actually requesting life in prison for 2 bay area men who are charged with killing an italian police officer 21 year old finnegan elder and 20 year-old gabriel
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natale horse. >>are currently on trial for the deadly attack it happened back in july of 2019 in rome. while the then teenagers were on vacation now they claim they stabbed the officer to death in self-defense the prosecution though is asking the court to impose italy's maximum sentence. the defense is set to make its closing arguments on march 18th. >>back here at home an early morning shooting in oakland has ended with the san francisco man dead police say the shooting happened around 02:00am saturday along grand avenue in the city's adams point neighborhood. so far police have not released the victim's name or details on the suspect anyone with information is urged to contact oakland police. >>and in the south bay, san jose police are investigating a shooting in east san jose at bowling green drive and alvin avenue near whaley elementary school. it happened around 5 o'clock saturday evening police tell us one man is suffering life threatening injuries, san jose police have
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not yet arrested a suspect nor released a motive. >>a 12 year-old girl is safe this morning after police in vallejo say she was rescued from human trafficking earlier this week police arrested 19 year-old fidel rodriguez now for at wednesday officers were called to fairgrounds drive after someone reported the girl was being forced into trafficking. rodriguez never at is being held at the solano county jail facing charges of human trafficking of a minor with a minor and assault with a deadly weapon, dave. >>all right, let's take a nice sunny start this going to see some afternoon clouds will force a bit but things get real interesting into the early part of next week as we look at your rain and some thunder showers back in a bit with a look at your sunday forecast.
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>>and good morning welcome back. we thought we'd take a little trip to the sierra we'll take a look at the highway 67 truckee by hass lot of fresh snow there it's a nice little blanket there all the trees look like they don't really have too much snow on highway yeah, but they but the ground is nice and blanketed cars look like they're moving pretty good there on the highway we've got dave spahr >>little closer look at what's going on up there in tahoe, i know we definitely need a little bit more rain here and more snow up that way you're going to get this yeah they good morning guys, good
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morning, everybody and what will happen is on tuesday when this is all happening those snow levels are going start to fall a little bit lower than they typically would be for march so as we're talking about lower snow levels even here. it's just basically the freeze line. >>remember that's going to translate over to snow out there in places maybe in march. they don't always see snow not impossible. but they don't often maybe see it perhaps in some of the area roads are a little bit lower going on so remember that if you're in travels all up their timing on this appears to be very clear that will be a tuesday wednesday issue not really today tomorrow, those temperatures you see fall in accordance with this well into the lower 30's for high temperatures again with lower snow levels that means thunder showers going on here on the home front of the satellite picture right now shows some high cloudiness streaming on in from the south also this front kind of falling apart here, it's kind of a non-issue. >>except maybe this afternoon you look outside little bit of the sun is peeking it's kind of hiding a little bit out there but so unlike the sunny start we'll see some few afternoon clouds just to fill
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the skies a little bit before the real action starts early next week, half moon bay picture, nice blue skies look at the way some high cloudiness off towards the distance, handing it over future cast noting some of those clouds this afternoon alright, clears out for a time that another death drop south, somewhat here we go now 5 of the first rain man gets here. it looks like by mid-afternoon on monday. enough to wet the roads for the monday evening commute. we kind of take a little bit of a break there, although there scattered showers that remain into tuesday morning now still the same kind of deal a relatively modest collection of rain the deeper moisture yet to get here and that will probably happen during the day on tuesday through wednesday with colder air upstairs and that means only thunder showers but perhaps some scattered hail out there scattered clouds and breezy today 60 ish will go for high very close to yesterday early in the week late showers on monday. we just showed you tuesday and wednesday. thunder showers and rain mixed in with that. it's not a heavy event on and total
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howard will be pockets of maybe intensity that's a lot so that means the santa cruz mountains unburned areas up in the north bay may want to kind of watch those a little bit in the late the week clearing out minor warming as we get into next weekend kind of returning what we have this weekend's we planned it all nice so that clears up nicely for the weekend. current temps are still in the upper 30's up to the north bay 43 in some 40's line up the east bay shoreline any aka 53 there's an overachiever 44 meanwhile for conquered 44 livermore the winds we get the typical breeze going on this afternoon little heftier as we get to the evening hours. but then tomorrow coupled with some of the rain will have that stormy feel and ecc these winds you add to that gloomy skies and some showers and rain going on that also greatest tuesday morning as well so for today noting some of those scattered clouds 58 san francisco oakland 62 matching that san jose everybody seeing those afternoon clouds might start to get think there are parts of the south bay because that's bubbling up from the
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south across the water geography it's pretty much of a 60 lower 60's to mid 60 story again with the rain all that activity we'll see temperatures drop a little pet and certainly happening upstairs to we'll get to the long-range forecast in just a bit morning. well. all right, thanks a lot back to the news this morning more bad news for new york governor andrew cuomo. >>now he has to answer another bombshell report on nursing home deaths, the new york times reports the cuomo administration intentionally manipulated. >>nursing home death data dating back to last spring and early summer and in response new york state lawmakers have stripped away some of the governor's emergency pandemic powers. henry rosoff has the latest. to be clear. >>all the deaths in the nursing homes and in the hospitals were always formally publicly and accurately reported those statements made by governor cuomo february 15th and many times before and after were false. according to
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new reporting by the new york times and wall street journal, the times reports that as the state department of health was working on a report detailing 9,000 nursing home deaths by june of last year top cuomo administration officials quote rewrote the report, even though quote none had public health expertise. the time says they did it to protect the emerging image of governor cuomo as a hero of the pandemic who was just about to write his book leadership lessons from the covid-19 pandemic it they covered it up state assembly republicans today cited the latest reporting as evidence the governor cannot be trusted with any special pandemic powers anymore it's not just it's not just us and episode, it's criminal the times reporting about the cuomo administration hiding information about nursing home deaths also comes well before the department of justice sent new york a letter asking for information about nursing homes cuomo has recently begun
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using the federal investigation as an excuse for why his administration was slow to put out nursing home data new exclusive polling from pix 11 news nation and emerson college now shows a majority of new yorkers, 60% are dissatisfied with the governor's handling of nursing homes, we're still trying to manage this crisis we're still trying to go see the budget but clearly the character and integrity of the people in leadership right now didn't leave a lot to desire. >>world news now during his first historic visit to iraq, pope francis has delivered a powerful message of peaceful coexistence urging muslims to embrace iraq's christian minority, he also urged iraq's christians to forgive the injustices committed against them by islamic islamic extremists. he made the call during a tour on sunday of the communities, traditional heartland in northern iraq. the area was nearly decimated by the islamic state group's
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rule. pope francis prayed for those who died amid the ruins of 4 demolished churches. >>helping news this morning at least 30,000 us organizations have recently been hacked by china through holes and microsoft's email software. tech analysts say that a group of hackers found security flaws in microsoft exchange server software and this allowed them to access emails and in some cases they were able to take over computers remotely by leaving behind secret back doors. microsoft recently received a patch to fix the issue but thousands of your users they say could still be at risk. this is an active threat. >>as the national security advisor tweeted last night everyone running the servers government private sector, academia, needs to act now to patch them. we're concerned that there are large number of victims and are working with our partners to understand the scope of this so it's an ongoing. >>trapped. >>experts say it appears the hackers wanted data from
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>>talking movies. this morning
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a sci-fi love story, an animated disney adventure and a long-awaited sequel to a comedy classic lead the new releases in theaters and streaming services, this weekend. our entertainment critic dean richards takes a closer look. >>we are going back america. the 1988 version of eddie murphy's coming to america as one of the most classic comedies of all time now all these years later becoming the number 2 america debuts on amazon prime video with murphy's back as prince akeem it was learned that he had a son when he was in america all those years ago so he and his royal servant played by arsenio hall again returned to new york to bring him back to their kingdom to take his rightful place in the royal succession and while the new coming to america doesn't have its knee slapping fish out of water surprise is that the original did. there is a very term in this town just to the updated version with many of
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the returning cast members back along with newcomers bringing a whole new level of last much of what makes this movie agree is eddie murphy's tradition playing multiple characters buried under tons of makeup and prosthetics all interacting with themselves to couple of hours of very comforting laughs and i give it a dean's list, a minus in the sci-fi drama chaos walking star wars daisy ridley is an interplanetary traveler who crash lands on a strange planet on which all of the women have been slaughtered in all of the men have what's called the noise that puts their inner thoughts out there for all to see and hear a young farm and spider-man's tom holland discovers the space traveler and tries to hide or setting off a cat and mouse chase that is very much like the story line and special effects here pretty routine and an compelling it's a dean's list c minus mookie is the story of a chinese american basketball player. now nc his skills on the court
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with parental expectations and trying to score a free ride to a top notch university. there too many side stories in this movie and fairly clumsy writing bogging it down and give it a dean's list c minus its in theaters now. you're coming with me. the family there's raya and the last dragon it comes to the aid of her ancient world to reverse the curse. but people and dragons and the stone for 500 years, it's a great story for all but provides especially strong southeastern asian characters, something that can be kind of hard to find in movies. i give it a dean's list a in theaters and on disney plus. so check out the weekend long rock in really live stream concerts series. >>3 fighters sheryl crow deadmau carly simon sammy hagar among many many others, benefiting sean penn's
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community organized relief effort program watching on tv you rolling stone dot com hope you have a great weekend in chicago. >>i'm dean richards. well, you know one of the great things about where we are with the pandemic now is we're starting to see so many new movies, yes, and as we've been reporting they're going to the theaters exactly our producer kathryn's excited she's going to try and go to the theaters sometime this week. >>she said she wanted to see that sci-fi film he didn't seem to like that one dean dean gave it a c minus i would have probably not given coming to america and a minus me would have given it a solid b i watched it last night or tried to watch it last night and didn't laugh out loud like you do in the original but like he said comforting for comedy. i can't believe it's been since 1988. i now i know since we've seen that yeah it and i mean the original one is just so good if you i feel like some people i'm seeing on twitter haven't even seen the original run which if you haven't know you've a little bit worried about is how much
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explanation they would need in the sequel yeah, you know going bring people up to date they they did kind of go back and forth you know to to bring you back to the first time they did come to america so it's pretty but again i would have given it more but the focus on a wel i have the power to lower my a1c. because i can still make my own insulin. and trulicity activates my body to release it. once-weekly trulicity is for type 2 diabetes.
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>>good morning, everybody welcome back to the kron 4 morning news that a 31 it is a 31 the sun is shining got a little bit of blue sky, but
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it's going to be a little chilly today just a little bit and there's some rain on the way dave spahr has it all for us yeah noel marty good morning. good morning everybody it looks like smooth sailing for sunday, but it gets very choppy as we get into early next week course we do need the rain we will get that as we get into monday night a look at what it looks like for right with just some scattered clouds we expect into the early afternoon, here's a live shot from the east bay shoreline as you can see all my son lit up the shot from mount am and the city behind us 58 at high noon 61 going on by 3 o'clock again noting a few scattered clouds as a front that's coming apart in our backyard dropping south. there it is you can see on the satellite radar picture a little bit the way some high cloudiness bubbling up from the south temperature check here a lot more 40's on the board some chilly 30's. well up in the north bay, 53 for can 44 checking in for san jose trailing by a few degrees as much as up maybe half a dozen spots, although it's somewhat mild on the peninsula. for today we do about 58 san francisco 62 for
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oakland and also san jose. coming up a little bit here we'll take a look at that extended forecast for you as well as the morning in the well all right dave, thanks a lot, let's get to a big story. we're following this morning the passage of president biden's covid-19 relief package through the senate happened yesterday morning and now the bill heads back to the house. >>before going to president biden's desk. our washington dc correspondent joe khaleel has the very latest. and what of after a marathon session that lasted more than 24 hours. the senate finally voted. >>to president biden's 1.9 trillion dollar covid relief package, the american rescue plan it fell right along party lines no republicans voted for it now there were a couple of significant changes in this senate version then what we saw in the house's version the $15 minimum wage increase was the first thing to go in internal clash among democrats ultimately lead to a scale back extended unemployment benefit to $300 a week. a deal that appease the more moderate
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senators those jobless benefits are going to be paid out through the summer, the main thrust of the bill is the same $1400 stimulus checks to americans who are making less than $75,000 a year. 14 billion dollars for vaccine distribution and 350 billion dollars for state and local governments among a lot of other measures. the republicans went home after this all-nighter but senate majority leader chuck schumer state and addressed reporters. a little while after the vote we had to pass this legislation. we made a promise to the american people that we we've been delivered the real relief they needed and now we have fulfilled that promise. >>now there is a bit of concern among some democrats that the new bill as it makes its way to the house may find some trouble with some of the more progressive members but president biden addressed that specifically saying he thinks they're going to be okay with >>affect something new with
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the bill. >>clearly democrats want to move on this sooner than later in fact house majority leader steny hoyer and said they're going to take this bill up in the house on tuesday and they're obviously hoping to keep all of their democratic caucus united in support of the bill now there is sort of a deadline here in a little over a week some of the benefits from the previous stimulus package like the unemployment benefits are going to run out so democrats are trying to sort of hit that deadline and make sure that they can pass this bill and get it to president biden's desk. before that happens. in washington joe khaleel. >>more people become fully vaccinated a lot of us are wondering when will get to take off the masks but before you throw years away health experts say you should keep wearing it for the time being as the vaccine prevents illness. more research though is needed to determine if the vaccine also prevents transmission. >>the virus is just machine, it's a biological machine whose sole purpose is to
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survive by infecting others. and it will continue to do that as long as they're susceptible individuals in the population. it doesn't sleep doesn't care about politics. it doesn't care that we're all so tired of these precautions. well experts estimate that the number of vaccinations that are needed to make an impact on herd immunity. >>get this will not be reached until the fall or winter of next year. that's what about 80% of the country they estimate will be vaccinated. >>coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news have you filed your taxes yet you're planning to file online stick with us we've got some tips on how you can protect your information.
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>>good morning, welcome back millions of americans are busy preparing their tax returns, yes, it's that time security experts are emphasizing the importance of keeping your information safe. i haven't started just yet but hopefully to a majority of americans are filing their own taxes online this year. meagan o'halloran gives us some tips on how to protect your sensitive information. matthew star zach is like 90% of americans who filed their taxes online either using a professional tax preparer or tax software we've been doing our taxes online for about the last 7
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easy convenient and paired with direct deposit electronic filing is the fastest way to get a refund but is it safe the irs says all tax prep software will now have multi-factor authentication which asks users for an extra bit of info to log in like a code sent to their e-mail because even if someone steals your password multi-factor authentication often called two-factor. >>could still stop them from getting into your account. but before you even file consumer reports says take a few minutes to make sure you're sensitive online accounts and your router or secured using strong passwords use a string of random words numbers and special characters something no one could guess or better yet consider using a password manager. so you don't have to remember them all our top rated password. manager is one password. it's the only one we tested to earn top marks for data privacy data security and
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usability you can also protect your personal tax information by simply looking for the https or a little lock at the beginning of the web address otherwise it could be a fraudulent site https use encryption to prevent any information exchange from being spied on or changed ron's traveling across the internet newer iphones and android phones come with encryption already enabled. >>it's also available for mac and windows computers you may just need to enable it in the security settings so if either is lost or stolen your personal data can't be accessed meagan o'halloran. >>all right what's not too taxing today, we've got temperatures in the lower to middle 60's for highs today will have some scattered high cloudiness though picking up a little bit at times the real action happens early next week, we'll look at those longer range forecast for you and the 4 zone to keep it here.
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>>and san francisco fire department made a daring cliff rescue friday night there you see the video of firefighter carrying a labrador up a steep cliff at fort funston they posted this video on the fire department twitter page. fire department says luckily the pup did not have any injuries. the department is reminding
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everyone to be safe and pay attention to your surroundings when you're hiking in nature. >>also reminding folks to stay on the trails consider leasing your pet and if your partner does end up going off of a cliff do not try to rescue them yourself call 911 like these folks dead and get your pup safely back great advice. >>and we've got some great tips coming from data spar about the weather plenty of sunshine today, but yeah don't want it. he does not want to go out there there early this week it's going to be pretty good morning guys, good morning. everybody we've got rain coming our way and the times it will be a little heavy in some of the higher elevations as a possibility with all of that too but even see some hail and lower snow levels as we get to around tuesday into wednesday as this all pieces together live shot coming in the east bay shoreline little pretty nicely there. again we're just noting a few little high clouds start to see as we get into the afternoon hours. sfo clear this morning, no delays going on at all temperature check are still hanging with those 30's up there in the north bay 37 for santa rosa 39 for napa
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53 for antioch lot of 40's off to the east bay 46 san francisco, and 37 mean well to palo alto the winds will be a little bit of a breeze this afternoon when you couple that with maybe the sun hiding a little bit with some of those clouds and particularly with the temperatures that are somewhat feel chilly at times if you're not in the sun directly and then tomorrow we have the winds that build again. but this go-around it's going to be company with rains or have that stormy feel even though going to be real heavy rain going on the whole collection is process is not impressive with the 3 days however embedded in there there may be some heavy rain at times which has to be monitored a little bit. we'll see if any stetements pop with that let you know how that all comes together certainly we will see them in the mountains they're already on the lookout for mountain snows coming their way tuesday into wednesday that's a given again the thing about this is if you're any travels there is we're looking for snow levels to fall maybe down to about 2500 feet is a possibility going through with this now we get to monday there the showers somewhat modest
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showers to rain then as we get into tuesday, the deeper moisture gets here again the lower snow levels we might have some thunder showers already some hail thrown in there that will be tuesday into wednesday and really is going to take until thursday morning to really clear out looks okay smooth sailing into our weekend as you'll notice here. anderson shalee mostly sunny skies checking out your sunday again 58 san francisco to target high today. donna daly city 5854 pacifica 55 meanwhile for half moon bay. we have the upper 50's in the northern end of the peninsula burning game but 58 pop and some lower 60's down south 62 for palo alto 62 also from mountain view san jose about 6263 cupertino and also for santa clara. around 60 along the east bay shoreline tri valley, you're looking at 60 to 61 for dublin and 63 walnut creek berkeley at 61 as well county you're looking at 59 for vallejo mild 67 to fairfield and vacaville won't be like that tomorrow, 63
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santa rosa, lower 60's heading down south off to a fairly quiet start certainly today monday again rain developing later that will shave off a couple degrees for the high. then that colder air gets in here, we have rain so no surprise in the mid-fifties lightning strikes thrown in here so that's a reminder we may see some thunder shower activity and 30's and 40's mixture going on for the inland valleys back to you. >>for your help we're going to continue our exam on blood clots that can lead to serious illness or some cases even death. but our health expert karen along says that there are some food and drink that we take to reduce our risk of blood clots karen good morning. what are some of the symptoms. >>good morning so when he had a blood clot and that that area which is in the lower legs, but it could be anywhere they could be very us there's swelling but as i mentioned last week, sometimes you don't have those symptoms and it it
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breaks off in that class travelers to your lawns and now here lines that's very life threatening you'll feel shortness of breath, maybe some copying backing, you unusual sweating very fast heart rate that is some that's a medical emergency so that's when you really want to make sure you get to the hospital red wing and as we mentioned last week take that seriously and do take care of yourself immediately. >>karen we understand some of are treatable and in some cases even preventable fairly easily right. >>as we mentioned last week about control of managing your risk factors that also managing your diet there are a lot of things that you can do to prevent clots in the one is drinking talked a little bit about this before but your blood is mostly water of the plasma is 90% water that over half of your your their blood.
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so you want to make sure you stay hydrated because that lead will get really and this in it will be hard for the blood to return back up to the heart when it's really think like that. but you can also eat your fluids tell yes because fruits and are very high in water, so it's still an orange i squeezed out from this size or and squeezed out this now do blew it. >>yes that's in an orange, so eating fruits and vegetables are also really good. some people say i can't think of that so i said well ok so eat also a leafy a good way to go as always. leafy greens said these are those those dark leafy okay, so here's the caveat you have.
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>>it's very high in vitamin k is actually a vitamin that helps clot so you might think well and i should want to eat those kids they're going to cause exact how clot the blood right but actually the vitamin k it helps reduce inflammation. some cancers helps prevent some of the bone deterioration, so you want to include vitamin k and also it helps oath bleeding out to sea you have to have some of that vitamin k if you are on some type like coomer took a covid in our war you have to be a little bit more careful to let the doctors say we'll just don't need any of those greenleaf these well just say go ahead eat those big just eat them still i don't eat it a lot on one day and then went on a debt another cause that will throw off your your medication so just make it
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part of your overall lifestyle plan then. >>right right either dark green leafy vegetable the l salad every day and another thing is is throw some garlic and that salad right. >>yes and they found that that actually has some anti activity and its best when you're eating it raw, but then you can also roasted they have to really be careful and not over roasting it. they found that you can't it will. if you roast it for no more than 3 minutes over you don't boil it for more than 3 minutes. that you you won't inhibit those that that anti platelet activity so that's the key the key here is 3 minutes or less. >>right right or microwaving is ok behind okay. one of the thing we want to touch upon is the importance of olive oil. >>i love oil, actually did a study last week we talked
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about one of the risk factors is being overweight they actually did the study on some overweight nonsmokers and they found that just having some of the olive at least once a week help it in help to reduce that that risk of over clotting kind anti platelet activity kind of like plumlee what we talked taking aspirin aspen is an anti platelet we can get some of our anti play through the food we eat, yeah all of oil and their roots and vegetables so it's my again my as as always thank you so much for the tips and it really hits home that we are what we
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>>news stations, you're watching the car. good morning and thanks so much for joining us on the kron 4 morning news on marty gonzales and i'm noelle bellow if you didn't know it's sunday march 7th we've made it to the first week. >>of march already and we're on a roll we're on a roll now the weather has been looking pretty good but we do have some rain on the way later this week dave spahr has got all the details for they know well marty good morning, good morning, everybody and yes rain into early next week. we'll have more of a winter like feel to it but technically in some ways we're still in winter a little bit even though some logical spring in march. >>the look at what we see like terms of a temperature check is we're still in the 40's up in the north bay but look at this some 50's poking out here particularly in the east bay conquered oakland at 5353 antioch but 48 still for san jose. a comparison sake you can see now some patches of mild weather breaking in contrast with 24 hours. ghost a little chilly in the north bay in the south bay compared
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to yesterday. so that's a front to see up to the north is going fall apart. we'll get some scattered clouds in here as we get into the afternoon hours there's a live shot of the east bay shoreline, lots of blue. there's the golden gate bridge, lots of blue here to not much the way of winds but we'll start to see some of that this afternoon. so we expect about 60 going on at 1 o'clock by 4 at 60 as well we'll see some lower 60's into the afternoon. but again things start to change as early as tonight with the addition of cloud cover and then somewhat of a rocky road and early next week we'll be talking about it coming up in a bit. well marty all right dave let's get to the news this morning in our top story, san francisco unified says it's on track now to offer on campus learning that some schools. >>beginning april 12th now some parents remain anxious about this but others see this as a promising development for students returning to campus are going to be those in phase that spree kindergartners. >>through 5th graders snow under the tentative health and safety agreement the district and the union are working to return as many students as possible in groups eventually
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working up to nearly a full school day 5 days a week. >>well, teachers union president susan solomon says that safety protocols are in place and educators and staff will receive proper ppe. >>masks gowns face shields even n 95 masks for educators whose means that requires that the book the students. close-up not not within 60 they have to be closer to students and in some cases some educators will be going into more than one stable cohort. >>we have to keep working until there is an option for 5 full days for all students k through 12. >>now solomon says educators will be finding out soon when the start dates are for their schools, they will have access to the buildings 2 weeks before school starts so they can start setting up their classrooms. the district will be providing more details tomorrow meanwhile, the city attorney's still moving forward with the lawsuit filed against the district and the board of education to reopen
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schools. a court hearing on that is set for march 22nd. now to the east bay this morning and there's another mobile covid-19 vaccination clinic enrichment specifically targeting disadvantaged communities that's the second time in 2 weeks they've actually made stops in richmond and as kron four's phillipe djegal reports it's all a part of contra costa health services big picture strategy to focus on equity. >>there is no mystery as to why john mirror health and contra costa health services are hosting this mobile covid-19 vaccination clinic at richmond high school. the city ranks number one in the county with the highest number of positive cases doctors to shore nasa says this is the second saturday in a row, the volunteers have inoculated people in this parking lot targeting the county's most vulnerable communities with barriers to access health care to be honest a lot of it is trust there are communities. >>which for a good reason have
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historical distrust with the government and with health care systems, especially when it comes to vaccinations there's been a lot of history where people have been mistreated saturday patients any potential past grievances aside for opportunity to restart their first days the moderna vaccine >>i needed to do it for my family to show them that it's in addition to richmond, the mobile clinic has made stops in can san pablo next week it will head to conquer. >>all 4 communities rank in the county's top 5. >>her highest number of positive covid-19 cases. they are also among the lowest court, i'll of the healthy places indexation not be band and they should not be upgraded all because not everybody get d on average 160 people have been vaccinated at the weekend mobile clinics book an appointment through health services uninsured patients are accepted. >>in richmond believe all kron
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4 news. >>medical experts are defending the new one shot johnson and johnson vaccine after some said they were concerned about its efficacy scientists say that some confusing data is making the new johnson and johnson shot appear to be less effective. but researchers say that's not the case. they say that that 66 to 85% effective against severe forms of covid that's compared to moderna and pfizer which have a 95% efficacy rate but health experts stress the johnson and johnson vaccine tested remarkably well in countries where the new more dangerous covid stret strains were already circulating. well still ahead here on the kron 4 weekend morning news, some easy ways you can reduce the risk of potentially deadly blood clots we're helping you live healthier. >>next also with more and more people vaccinated is it still important for you to wear your mask health experts are weighing in. but first after the break the royal drama
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sussex is highly anticipated tv tell all interview with oprah winfrey will air tonight it's expected to highlight. why harry and megan left the royal family. >>so as an adult who lived a really independent life to then go into this construct that different than i think what people imagine it to be. it's really liberating to be able to have. the right and privilege in some ways to be able to say yes i'm an end to say to yourself this if got to have to consult with anybody at this point yeah to be able to just make a choice on your own and just be able to speak for yourself. the 2 hours cbs special is the first lengthy interview the 2 have done since stepping down. >>according to the wall street journal cbs reportedly paid between 7 9 million dollars for the rights to air the special. a spokesperson, however says meghan and harry
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won't see any of that money but it's expected to stir up an already unstable relationship between the couple and the rest of the royal family in recent days, buckingham palace has confirmed they're investigating allegations but megan believe her staff back in 2018 now despite all of that making is set to receive an apology from another group in a ruling by the high court london the mail on sunday and mail online are going to have to publish a front page apology to the former royal after they breached her privacy by printing parts of a private letter she had sent to her father. they're also being ordered to pay her legal bills and all of that as we know this all comes as prince philip harry's grandfather remains in the hospital for a heart condition. it's being reported the queen brought home to new court the pups trying keep her company as prince philip has been away for several weeks now the queen is also expected to address britain today and a live address on bbc ahead of tomorrow's commonwealth day so there's a lot going on across
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the to talk about a full it makes me wonder why harry and meghan decided to come forward and do this big knowing that it's going to stir the pot even more well and the fact that it is airing on a day where the queen is also set to the rest of the country is pretty interesting as well, and of course they've been saying they want their privacy. >>2 hour special i'm not really privacy but on our terms exactly it remains to be seen at buckingham palace is actually going to respond to any of harry and meghan's interview from today but i feel like a lot of eyes are going to be on that one i guess what we're all going to be talking about we'll be right back right.
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>>good morning, welcome back what he said we had up to the sierra run to take a live look outside truckee this time around and there it is. plenty of sunshine. the roads are clear and since fresh snow on the ground nice little blanket of snow looks like the roads folks are moving along the shore brought there this morning they do need a little bit more snow though because those trees are looking a little bear from. >>with no snow on them. well, dave says we're going to get it right dave yeah, it looks like it in not only that looks like the snow levels will come down a little bit too. >>something to look out for any travels as you may have tuesday or wednesday, particularly that's when the coldest air will get there pushing down those levels may be down to about 2500 feet so something to kind of look out for as far as what the forecast up there looks they're enjoying today tomorrow. then things change
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as we get into tuesday and wednesday for today tomorrow, it's basically mostly sunny some clouds moving in tomorrow here comes the snow tuesday into wednesday. now we don't have any statements yet, but i suspect we'll be talking about least a winter weather advisory is not winter storm watch warning all that kind of scenario as far as on the home front we got we have some stray clouds will drift in by this afternoon's work on a kind of scattered clouds on balance today, not a major deal going on we will have the afternoon breeze so to feel a little chilly out there in about if you're picking in shaded areas upstream though this is the activity that we're talking about early into next week blue skies you can see from the east bay shoreline and let's get to future cast for look at the least short term forecast bubbling up from the south some of those high clouds will thicken up for you folks in the south bay. meanwhile for the north bay and mid bay dropping south. what's left of this front. that gets over with then more waves come in from the pacific and it really doesn't get really interesting until we get to the mid afternoon tomorrow. that's we'll get some scattered showers going on here enough
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to wet the roads for the evening commute on monday. perhaps as late is into tuesday morning. but the bigger shoes falling will be by tuesday afternoon evening. wednesday all day. the big issue to look out for in this is is although one total from say monday afternoon through wednesday night it's not overall impressive amount they'll be pulses of heavy rain possible without so watch out to santa cruz mountains all the burned areas up in the north bay with this. for today, we've got scattered clouds breezy 60 us for a high early in the week late showers on monday. we talk about that for the commute home tuesday wednesday showers thunder showers and rain thrown in there and then late in the week we start clear out some minor warming at work here and looks like mid to upper 60's just in time for next weekend. here's a look at current temperatures we're already into the 50's on the east bay shoreline 40's up north. but a lot more 50's you can see populate off to the east bay, there's little bit of an afternoon breeze. it will be into the evening. it will be a little bit more pronounced and
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then we get to tomorrow with the cloud cover and the rain will have a stormy feel to it with gray skies and all even though we won't get heavy rain associated tomorrow afternoon and evening system. for today we're talking 58 san francisco, 62 for oakland matching that san jose scattered clouds kind of cool going on here. for temperatures we're seeing that across the big board as well with these storms will be watching those highs fall the lower 50's not unheard of with rain but the more important thing is upstairs will be in that can trigger off some thunder showers hail in lower snow levels will get to the long-range forecast in your 4 zone in just a bit morning. well. all right dave, thanks a national news this morning house lawmakers recently passed a bill that would ban choke holds and make other changes for law enforcement officers and that's right the goal is to reform police agencies across the nation but as our reporter jeannie nguyen found out. >>some law enforcement leaders in sacramento, do not agree with those proposed changes. >>and it will not bring back. george floyd. taylor say her
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name breonna taylor. >>on arbery but it's a start for house lawmakers who passed the george floyd justice in policing act earlier this week. the police reform bill would ban chokehold make changes to qualified immunity then no knock warrants and prohibit racial profiling it puts more emphasis on accountability. >>as well as transparency for barry axioms founder of voice of the youth he says this bill has been a long time coming if officers are doing just to communities that are being oppressed to communities people of color that they are held to the highest degree of law. i don't think that's anything to us to ask for that welcoming this potential new law isn't something sergeant kevin mickelson president of the sacramento county deputies association is looking forward to i could pull my gun and i could shoot down. >>but i place them into the carotid control hold it's just
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it's it's ignorance is what it is people are ignorant as to what the tools of the trade and he's not the only one who feels this way the placer county deputy sheriff's association president says a majority of law enforcement officials are following the rules and if this bill passes getting rid of qualified immunity will just end up hurting those good officers bad police officers should be held accountable because that's something we can all agree with. >>there's the this the language of this bill isn't a step in that direction, but both sides may disagree on what this bill stands for protecting the people will always be the top priority. >>to world news now during his first historic visit to iraq. pope francis has delivered a powerful message of peaceful coexistence urging muslims to embrace iraq's christian minority he also urged iraq's christians to forgive the injustices. >>committed against them by islamic extremists. he made the call during a tour on sunday of the communities, traditional heartland in northern iraq. the area was nearly decimated by the
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islamic state group's rule, pope francis prayed for those who died. amid the ruins of 4 demolished churches. an italian prosecutor is requesting life in prison for 2 bay area man charged with killing an italian police officer 21 year old finnegan elder and 20 year-old gabriel natale horse. >>are currently on trial for the deadly attack it happened back in july of 2019 in rome. >>while the den then 2 teenagers were on vacation now they claim they stabbed the officer to death in self-defense the prosecutor though is asking for the court to impose italy's maximum sentence the defense is set to make its closing arguments on march 18th. >>back here at home an early morning shooting in oakland has ended with a san francisco man police say that shooting happened around 02:00am saturday along grand avenue in the city's adams point neighborhood. so far police have not released the victim's name or details on the suspect anyone with information is
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urged to contact oakland pd. >>and in the south bay, san jose police are investigating a shooting in east san jose at bowling green drive and alvin avenue near whaley elementary school. this happened around 5 o'clock saturday evening police tell us one man is suffering from life threatening injuries. in san jose have not yet released a suspect or arrested a suspect nor released a motive. the lafayette city council may ask the state to interview intervene and help remove frequent protesters from a highway overpass now since august supporters of former president trump have gathered on the el corte holopaw boulevard overpass above highway 24 this is in lafayette where they waved american flags and large banners as you see there. members of the contra costa county patriots say that they're simply exercising their first amendment rights to peacefully assemble. but the city council says that wyke twice weekly demonstrations are a safety hazard for drivers below the council will meet tomorrow
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night at 7 o'clock to further discuss the issue. and coming up on the kron 4 morning news, some states are easing up on mask restrictions just before spring break and that has many wondering and worried about what's going to happen when those students return from vacation, we'll have that coming up. majestic mountains...
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>>welcome back 9.24 on this sunday morning and spring break is right around the corner. now despite vaccine rollout going pretty well across the country students are split on whether or not they should travel, especially as some states like texas have eased their covid safety restrictions jordan has the story. >>this time last year spring break when from a week to no return for many due to covid-19 paris like camilla castor do have concerns as they head into the break i think it's important for kids to still have a spring break. >>i think it's up to the parents responsibility to be tpsafe during that time but i d think kids need of mental break, you know, it's been a hard year whether your virtual or at school. >>christian charges worry spring break will put students at risk, especially if they travel is a really what might happen or what might take place. >>during spring break week us the schools open back up in
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children scott they might be exposed to you know. in a might be more covid cases joshua which are executive director for communication at waco isd says students should enjoy spring break but also follow cdc guidelines want our students to be able to. >>relax and in joy some time with their friends and family. >>particularly if it's friends socially distance of course which are says there will be testing opportunities after the break but it's not mandatory, we do expect to have testing opportunities for both students and staff before they come back from spring break and we'll be sharing information with employees and families next week about that, although governor greg abbott made the decision to remove the mask mandate affective next week waco isd is not changing the covid-19 protocols masks, frequent hand washing and sanitizing. >>encouraging social distancing when possible that screening staff and students staley and while each of these
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mothers disagree with abbott's decision they appreciate have their children's school have been operating during the pandemic i think my son school has done a great and really good job as best as they can throughout all of this. >>they have been doing term and great job way along the safety up this point. >>when shopping jordan. >>and coming up on the kron 4 morning news all this money is coming your way millions of americans now one step closer americans now one step closer to anothe walter, did you know geico could save you hundreds on car insurance and a whole lot more? so what are you waiting for? world's strongest man martins licis to help you break down boxes? arrrggh! what am i gonna do to you box? let me “break it down” for you... arrgggh! you're going down! down to the recycling center! >>hey, thanks martins! yeah, you're welcome. geico. switch today and see all the ways you could save.
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>>good morning, everybody welcome back to the kron 4 morning news we've made it to 9.30 we have and marty there to about we're we're a little hungry morning. yeah, hopefully you're enjoying a nice little breakfast of a coffee something like that it's a nice day to get outside maybe eat on the porch, this run to send a really let's check in with dave spahr with weather. hi good morning guys, good morning, everybody and we'll see quite a bit of sunshine per ticket the early part of our day but as afternoon we'll see some of that cloud cover start to build just a touch there for us, it's really stress seeded sting early next week as we have rain coming back in the forecast and it will be a chilly rain with all of that to live shot from half moon bay, speaking of which is a good place to have brunch about a view like that muscles blue skies there. >>meanwhile, the breakdown goes about 60 or so by 1 o'clock again noting some high cloudiness thinning out a little bit but were turned to night it looks like it's a system that's the center rating towards our north. but there. but more waves up northwest of us that will
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bring in some rain as we get into tomorrow and heavier stuff into tuesday now temperatures are already in the 50's and a good chunk of the east bay and we recovered nicely into the 40's up in the north bay with the bottle what 5046 san francisco in 48 for san jose and even the comparison sake from 24 hours ago were trail we're getting much closer now to where we were this time from yesterday we'll go with about 58 san francisco, 62 for oakland and also san jose now speaking of which what's going on early next week will walk through the models for you and also take a look at the 4 zone forecast morning. well. all right dave thanks lynn, let's get right to a big story that we're following this morning that's the passage of the president's covid-19 relief package through the senate yet happened yesterday morning and now that bill is headed back to the house before going to president biden's desk. our washington dc correspondent joe khaleel has the very latest. >>what of after a marathon session that lasted more than 24 hours. the senate finally voted. >>to president biden's 1.9 trillion dollar covid relief
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package, the american rescue plan it fell right along party lines no republicans voted for it now there were a couple of significant changes in this senate version then what we saw in the house's version the $15 minimum wage increase was the first thing to go in internal clash among democrats ultimately lead to a scale back extended unemployment benefit to $300 a week. a deal that piece the more moderate senators those jobless benefits are going to be paid out through the summer and the main thrust of the bill is the same $1400 stimulus checks to americans who are making less than $75,000 a year. 14 billion dollars for vaccine distribution and 350 billion dollars for state and local governments among a lot of other measures. the republicans went home after this all-nighter but senate majority leader chuck schumer state and addressed reporters. a little while after the vote we had to pass this legislation. we made a promise to the american people that we have been delivered the real
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relief they needed and now we have fulfilled that promise. >>now there is a bit of concern among some democrats that the new bill as it makes its way to the house may find some trouble with some of the more progressive members but president biden addressed that specifically saying he thinks they're going to be okay with >>affect something new with the bill. >>clearly democrats want to move on this sooner than later in fact house majority leader steny hoyer and said they're going to take this bill up in the house on tuesday and they're obviously hoping to keep all of their democratic caucus united in support of the bill now there is sort of a deadline here in a little over a week some of the benefits from the previous stimulus package like the unemployment benefits are going to run out so democrats are trying to sort of hit that deadline and make sure that they can pass this bill and get it to president biden's desk. before that happens. in washington joe khaleel.
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>>and as the vaccine rollout continues a lot of parents are wondering if the vaccine is safe for their children. >>that's right health experts are saying some high school students can get their shots as soon as they become eligible in the very area so far though the pfizer vaccine has been cleared 1416 years old and older moderna cleared for people, 18 and older as for the younger kids though we're still waiting for more data from both vaccine makers to see if younger kids can get their shots to now that study is expected to happen later this year. meanwhile, the world health organization says it will not be releasing its findings on the origins of the covid-19 virus, according to the wall street journal. the report does not contain enough detail to satisfy public interest. last month the who team completed its investigation into covid-19 origins in wuhan and now scientists are calling for another new investigation because of a lack of
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transparency from china. >>and as more people become fully vaccinated a lot of them are wondering when will get to take off our masks well before you throw years away health experts say you should keep wearing it at least for the time being as the vaccine prevents illness. some more research is needed though to determine if the vaccine also prevents transmission. >>the virus is just machine, it's a biological machine whose sole purpose is to survive by infecting others. and it will continue to do that as long as they're susceptible individuals in the population. it doesn't sleep doesn't care about politics. it doesn't care that we're all so tired these precautions. >>health experts estimate that the number of vaccinations needed to make heard in an impact on herd immunity won't be reached until this fall or winter and that will be what about 80% of the country is vaccinated. >>this week the oakland city council approved a new program that would provide access to mental health services to
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those experiencing a mental health crisis. the program is called macro which stands for mobile assistance community responders of oakland, oakland city council president nikki fortunato bass says more than 50% of oakland residents have said they want an alternative response to policing. >>over time we really hope this program will will be able to respond to other types of nonviolent crises. these might be issues related to homelessness to neighbor disputes what we're starting with right now is a recognition that mental health in particular deserves a public health response will be working to set teams of 2 people again and emt together with a counselor. those teams would first start in east oakland, west oakland, those are the 2 locations in oakland, where we will be starting the program and we will be hearing a report on march, 16 at our council meeting on progress so that we can continue to cheap oakland
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oaklanders informed about how quickly we can get this off the ground. >>the oakland fire department would be running the program leaders are hoping to implement it over the next 6 months. >>and now let's take a look at what's allowed for the outdoor sporting events and concerts so counties in the purple tier capacity will be limited to 100 regional visitors. and you won't be able to buy concessions on site. >>but if you're counties in the red tier, 20% capacity limit does go into effect a ballpark food and drinks will be delivered to your seat capacity then jumps to 33% once a county reaches the orange tier capacity that doubles to 67%. once in the yellow tier meanwhile amusement parks come april first will be allowed to reopen once the county is in the red tier that allows for 15% capacity. parks can move up to the 35% capacity in the yellow tier masks will be mandatory at amusement parks. >>saw some movies, a sci-fi
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love story, an animated disney adventure a long-awaited sequel to a comedy classic. all of them led the new releases in theaters and streaming services this weekend. our entertainment critic dean richards now takes a closer look. >>we are going back america. the 1988 version of eddie murphy's coming to america as one of the most classic comedies of all time now all these years later becoming the number 2 america debuts on amazon prime video with murphy's back as prince akeem it was learned that he had a son when he was in america all those years ago so he and his royal servant played by arsenio hall again returned to new york to bring him back to their kingdom to take his rightful place in the royal succession and while the new coming to america doesn't have its knee slapping fish out of water surprise is that the original did. there is a very term in this town just to the updated version with many of the returning cast members
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back along with newcomers bringing a whole new level of last much of what makes this movie agree is eddie murphy's tradition playing multiple characters buried under tons of makeup and prosthetics all interacting with themselves to couple of hours of very comforting laps. i give it a dean's list a minus in the sci-fi drama chaos walking star wars daisy ridley is an interplanetary traveler who crash lands on the strange planet on which all of the women have been slaughtered in all of the men have what's called the noise that puts their inner thoughts out there for all to see and hear a young farm and spider-man's tom holland discovers the space traveler and tries to hide or setting off a cat and mouse chase that is very much like the story line and special effects here pretty routine and an compelling it's a dean's list c minus mookie is the story of a chinese american basketball player. now nc his skills on the court with parental expectations and
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trying to score a free ride to a top notch university. there too many side stories in this movie and fairly clumsy writing bogging it down give it a dean's list c minus its in theaters now. you're coming with me. the family there's raya and the last dragon it comes to the aid of her ancient world to reverse the curse. but people and dragons and the stone for 500 years, it's a great story for all but provides especially strong southeastern asian characters, something that can be kind of hard to find in movies. i give it a dean's list a in theaters and on disney plus. so check out the weekend long rock in really live stream concerts series. >>the tree from fighters sheryl crow deadmau carly simon sammy hagar among many many others, benefiting sean penn's community organized relief effort program.
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watching on tv u 2 the rolling stone dot com. have a great weekend in chicago. >>i'm dean richards. there have been so many concerts now that have been streamed yet because they haven't obviously been able to perform live. >>in a venue. >>so you do the next best thing people are craving any sort of live music whether they're getting it from there, you know tv screen or from their computer right. we are all kind of craving that stuff. that a note about that movie buggy i know he gave it a c minus which wasn't that you know too nice for the for that film but the main characters actually from alameda he moved down to orange county worked as the personal assistant to the writer of that film and that kind to reason im even named guy, taylor takahashi is his name and he's again from alameda so if you feel like supporting a bay area guy maybe try and check out, but just a fantastic local it was we'll be right back stay with us.
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>>and we're expecting temperatures to get to the lower 60's with some high cloudiness thickening up a little bit as we get in the afternoon but it gets interesting early next rain thunder showers as well alleging forecast throughout alleging forecast throughout morning news. has anyone seen my reggie miller bobblehead? alleging forecast throughout morning news. you'll never believe it. reggie miller is moving into the wendy's i work at. look down there. he says he's here for "march madness" but he definitely chose us for the breakfast. hello? my.. bobble.. head! the tournament doesn't start for like a week. found it! it's going to be a long march. choose wisely. choose wendy's. official breakfast of march madness. boom, baby!
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>>good morning welcome back time to talk weather and
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there's a lot to talk about their is we've got some sun today, it's a little cool and we've got rain later on this week dave's far as coming up the breakdown for us to get a good morning guys, good morning, everybody and off to a beautiful sunshiny star like half moon bay, look at that you will just get some high cloudiness going on in the afternoon skies today. temperatures still managing that lower to middle 60's track. however, as we get into early next week that's when things start to get interesting. no delays going on this morning at sfo either so off to a good start from that vantage point let's take a look at what goes on in the near period, the next about 48 hours or so scattered high cloudiness today clears up temporarily then the clouds build a little bit for us tomorrow of a mixed bag of some sun and clouds early in the day tomorrow, then the clouds and rain starts to develop by the afternoon. that's for the monday evening commute tuesday morning commute will probably get some scattered showers then by the afternoon evening. it gets more serious for tuesday through wednesday was showers and even some thunder showers thrown in there. the longer perspective, let's get to the short time period boom here we
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go on monday evening your evening commute. some showers going on here breaks up a little bit more on tuesday morning but the heavier stuff by tuesday afternoon. and evening lingering into wednesday with some thunder showers with that dries up for the most the remainder of the week and even into the weekend. we'll repeat the performance for those high temperatures your 4 zone forecast the sunday 58 san francisco also daly city pacifica at 54 bumping that up a couple degrees there but staying in the 50's in the northern end of the peninsula lower 60's meanwhile down south. in the south bay don't forget that cloudiness will start to thicken up a little bit this afternoon we'll keep you in the lower 60's 63 los gatos and cupertino east bay shoreline to the south lower 60's along with tri valley, 61 for dublin, 63 walnut creek looks like and 61 for berkeley. les hold the chilly spotted 59, but a mild 67 war on fairfield and vacaville 63 for napa in santa rosa at 63 with lower 60's heading down south keeping the 50's hugging the coast a little bit again
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noting some of those high clouds so looks pretty good to start things off again rain late on monday. but showers mixed in with thunder showers. tuesday wednesday, important note here if we get the skies to open up a little bit for sun that only gives the atmosphere more energy for fireworks 30's and 40's for lows during this period will do the 40's hugging the coast. >>for your help we're going to continue our exam on blood clots that can lead to serious illness or some cases even death. but our health expert karen along says that there are some food and drink that we take to reduce our risk of blood clots karen good morning. what are some of the symptoms. >>good morning so when he had a blood clot and that that area which is typically in the lower legs, but it could be anywhere they could be very us there's swelling but as i mentioned last week, sometimes you don't have those symptoms and it it breaks off in that class travelers to your lawns
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and now here lines that's very life threatening you'll feel shortness of breath, maybe some copying backing, you unusual sweating very fast heart rate that is some that's a medical emergency so that's when you really want to make sure you get to the hospital red wing and as we mentioned last week take that seriously and do take care of yourself immediately. >>karen we understand some of are treatable and in some cases even preventable fairly easily right. >>as we mentioned last week about control of managing your risk factors that also managing your diet there are a lot of things that you can do to prevent clots in the one is drinking talked a little bit about this before but your blood is mostly water of the plasma is 90% water looks at the bat over half of your your their blood. so you want to make sure you stay hydrated
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because that lead will get really and this in it will be hard for the blood to return back up to the heart when it's really think like that. but you can also eat your fluids tell yes because fruits and are very high in water, so it's still an orange i squeezed out from this size or and squeezed out this now do blew it. >>yes that's in an orange, so eating fruits and vegetables are also really good. some people say i can't think of that so i said well ok so eat also a leafy good way to go as always. leafy greens said these are those those dark leafy okay, so here's the caveat you have. >>it's very high in vitamin k
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is actually a vitamin that helps clot so you might think well and i should want to eat those kids they're going to cause exact how clot the blood right but actually the vitamin k it helps reduce inflammation. some cancers helps prevent some of the bone deterioration, so you want to include vitamin k and also it helps oath bleeding out to sea you have to have some of that vitamin k if you are on some type like coomer cook comodin or war you have to be a little bit more careful a lot of doctors say we'll just don't need any of those greenleaf ease well just say go ahead eat those big just eat them still i don't eat it a lot online day and then went on a debt another cause that will throw off your your medication so just make it part of your overall lifestyle plan then. >>right right either dark
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green leafy vegetable the l salad every day and another thing is is throw some garlic and that salad right. >>yes and they found that that actually has some anti activity and its best when you're eating it raw, but then you can also roasted they have to really be careful and not over roasting it. they found that you can't it will. if you roast it for no more than 3 minutes over if you don't boil it for more than 3 minutes. that you you won't inhibit those that that anti platelet activity so that's the key the key here is 3 minutes or less. >>right right or microwaving is ok behind okay. one of the thing we want to touch upon is the importance of olive oil. >>i love oil, actually did a study last week we talked about one of the risk factors is being overweight they
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actually did the study on some overweight nonsmokers and they found that just having some of the olive at least once a week help it in help to reduce that that risk of over clotting kind anti platelet activity kind of like plumlee what we talked taking aspirin aspen is an anti platelet we can get some of our anti play through the food we yeah all of oil and their fates vegetables so it's my again my as as always thank you so much for the tips and it really hits home that we are what
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>>back take a look at this in honor of international women's day barbie is launching an eleanor roosevelt barbie doll she was the longest serving first lady, a un spokesperson and an activist roosevelt is the newest addition to barbie's inspiring women series right now the doll is currently sold out. but if you head to our website kron 4 dot com you can find out how to sign up and be notified when it is back stock of that series that's fantastic. >>well it could be tough making special love connection while wearing a mask but according to a london dating coach. you can still find love
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using your eyes stride, it's called flirting with the eyes people about all we've got these days and if you've ever seen grey's anatomy, you know that this can be done the coach says there's actually 12 different ways to flirt despite the ppe on your some of them include the mona lisa, which is a subtle smirk that kind of raises your eyebrows a bit. >>you can try baby doll eyes making your eyes a little bit wider and if you're bold go ahead and give your crush a wink try to lock eyes with them for at least 3 seconds that's apparently the magic number for showing interest any longer and it just gets we are yeah a they say the eyes are the window to the soul that is what they say and learn a lot that way it's all we've got to work talk about working with the weather forecast because it's going to be nice but some changes today get out and enjoy it if you can because plenty of sunshine a bit breezy so take a jacket. >>when you head out, but then we have some changes we do there are some scattered showers coming to a slow maybe late monday into tuesday and
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wednesday. so definitely soak up all the sun you can right now it won't come back until the end of the week but but at least today we're looking pretty good though looks fantastic live look beautiful view here the city and get out enjoy it if you can in the meantime have yourself a great week, we'll see again next weekend the marty gonzalez, i'm noelle bellow thanks for watching. ♪ there's never a bad time to enjoy my newest sauced & loaded curly fries. try triple cheddar or spicy pepper jack, both topped with slow-smoked bacon. only at jack in the box. by harnessing california's
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