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and cameras. >> with droplets of rain already. thank you for joining us tonight on kron 4 news a date. i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne. we're tracking the conditions across the bay area tonight as this new weather system bring some much needed rain. >> let's go straight to kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow lawrence. yeah, guys. here comes the rain now just beginning to pick up around the bay area. most of us have had some light showers so far. but the main event still moving in the winds begin to pick up as well. going to get gusty here over these next couple of hours outside right now. yeah. it is wet out there on some of the roads out toward the golden gate bridge should not a whole lot of rain coming down to see the showers coming down right now. just a little bit slick out there. but there's plenty more to come. >> so well defined storm system. you see a little calm on the backside of that solo really helping to intensify the system as it comes a little bit closer to shore and now we're beginning to get into it now we're starting to see some of the heavier bands beginning to move into the bay area, especially in the north. a look at that van der rohe rain begin to move up near santa rosa. some heavier
amounts of rain begin to move on shore as well. toward nevado all the dark spots here. let's check out some of those rain rates right now. some of these areas shaded in red. some heavier amounts of rain on the way that is over an inch and a half an hour or so. doppler radar is picking up significant amounts of rainfall just about to push on shore near point reyes also going to see more of that rain on the way to the south bay to we're going to see plenty of that rain moving on through. but it's going to take some time to get there. mainly just some scattered light showers so far across much of the bay area. but this just entering the north bay and will continue to move on shore. this tapping into what's called the atmospheric river will call the pineapple express all that moisture the subtropical the way down near the hawaiian islands and pumping it right up in the storm. so that really gives it the fuel through. so lot of rain overnight tonight. here we go. time now for a storm system coming through just after 9 o'clock that are heavy rain moving in the north bay begin to sag for the south as we get in toward 10 o'clock or so. every bands of rain moving in to parts of the peninsula that continues to intensify throughout the night tonight into early tomorrow morning.
then showers going to continue throughout the morning hours. so some public on the roadways looks like most the heavy rainfall will be done. but this was going to pack a punch or talking some gusty winds. real possibility of power outages and maybe a couple thunderstorms to. all right. thank you, lawrence. those rain comes just 2 weeks after another big storm caused flooding and 10's of thousands of power outages throughout the bay area. kron four's amanda hari is live in san rafale tonight. one of the hardest hit areas during the last storm. so amanda, any rain yet. >> there is rain right now. and officials tell me they were preparing for the worst. but now they believe things will be a little better. just about one to 2 inches of rain this evening. but right now it is starting to come down a little bit harder. i've been here for several hours and it's definitely increased as i've been here this evening, i spoke with public works and they said even though this is going to be a less severe storm. there's still going to have crews on standby.
>> just a little more than 2 weeks after an atmospheric river caused devastating flooding in sandra fell. another storm hits there's another storm coming like everybody else. i was said rhett planning for the worst really dreading it and just didn't want to go through the same cycle that happened 2 weeks ago. really. this is the flooding from the previous storm. >> residents in the area said it looked like a river that sandra fell community preparedness, coordinator raid out there says although there will be rainy weather. it won't be as bad. it really the time to prepare. >> but it is not what happened 2 weeks ago. they make sure the same terminology and that's what got people a little bit hyped up over the fairness aspect of it, but it is relatively minor civil war. but now that it's the rainy season housing there says sandra fell residents need to be ready to go bag case things do become to the point where you have to evacuate, we have to seek shelter, had a sheltering location. he says it's important to have a spare set of clothes. >> any necessary medication and some food and water another way to repair yourself is by making sure you'll be
notified of any weather-related emergencies. we like to remind people to sign up for alerts and get their message just through. >> trusted resources. so an excel. >> he also says twitter is a great resource during emergency situations. he says it's best to follow things like your local fire department or local emergency management services live in sandra fell amanda hari kron 4 news. amanda, thank you for that. and as rain rolls in, we are starting to see some power outages pop up around the bay area. >> this is a live look at the pg and e outage map. you can see the warm square said those signify a larger outage affecting anywhere from 500, 2, 5,000 customers who do not have power. one of those squares is over in the central valley. mantica. and there's one in berkeley where there's about 300 people or customers rather who do not have power. >> cloud for can help you stay up to date on the latest weather in your neighborhood use to use your camera of the
camera on your phone to scan this qr code. it will take you to download our kron 4 mobile app and there you'll find current conditions live radar as well as up to date forecasts. we are continuing to follow a developing police investigation in the east bay a toddler killed in a weekend shooting along the freeway. police have not yet released the victim's name but family and friends have identified the little boy as jasper will the boy who is not even 2 years old. represents opens 100 19th homicide of the year. >> and 76 freeway shooting in alameda county. >> just over the past 12 months and with wu's death comes yet another call to try to end gun violence in oakland and across the bay area. the shabaab jackson of acts full gospel church has long been an outspoken advocate for public safety. he describes an atmosphere of apis see being a reason the gun violence continues. he says up to this point, the city's leadership has proven to be ineffective
at stopping the violence and that overall the community is simply to silence as the body count continues to rise. but people in leadership and what not to say. they don't know what to do is so sad. >> that continues to break my heart as well because they know what to do. it seems like when it's and minority race is it seems like no one really well, that's what they do. they kill each other and whatnot. no proper. the subjects and is calling on the mayor, the city council and community leaders to come together. >> and declare state of emergency in oakland, which would bring in additional law enforcement resources, time oakland's mayor libby schaff released a statement addressing the toddlers killing. she writes in part. >> as a mother and as a mayor, i'm devastated by the totality of human loss and trauma caused by gun violence in our society. >> as our department assist the california highway patrol to investigate this tragedy and bring the perpetrators to justice. we call on anyone who
may have information to share it with chp. investigators immediately and the visual is currently underway to honor the young life of jasper will kron four's. dan thorn is there now he will be joining us in the next half hour with the latest details on that. and meantime, sadly, that was not the only deadly shooting in oakland this weekend. 5 others were shot, 2 of which died in addition to jasper wu the first was around 5.40 on saturday evening on weld street responding officers say they found a man with gunshot wounds. he was taken to a local hospital in critical condition and died later that night. that same night to other people with gunshot wounds walked into the hospital. it's not clear where they were actually shot. one of them died from their injuries. the next day. and then another shooting about a 20 sunday evening on international boulevard when officers arrived. they say they found 2 men had been shot. both were taken to a
nearby hospital. no further update on their conditions. >> we're also following yet another shooting near san francisco's haight ashbury neighborhood. police say a man was shot after interrupting a burglary saturiay night kron four's maureen kelly has the story. >> a worker at the central park. natural market located at the corner of ash period. hayes shows me some of the damage from the late night attempted burglary saturday. she says 4 men used hammers to try and break into the store just before midnight. she showed up at the store after the fact to see lots of police cars in addition to the shattered, front glass doors. a nearby parked car had its windows shattered by gunfire. she tells me that the man who lives in a faq apartment interrupted. the would be burglars and was shot at. so people are trying to get into star and when he tried to stop them. so. >> they should team. so they should on him. >> it's far by it. so. >> may scale and the bullets missed the tenant and he was
uninjured. the 4 suspects got away. the store clerk says she's shocked that this happened here. i know it's it's crazy because it's very mice area and we have a very nice year, at least it's good for those days. so. we don't know what's going on. it's even scarier coming on the heels of recent incidents of gun violence in this area on thursday. 21 year-old samuel jessup was fatally shot and another man injured at 01:00pm in the afternoon on haight street and the sonic avenue back on october 22nd another man was sent to the hospital with life threatening injuries after a shooting at 3.30 in the afternoon. one block away at hate and central police had no official updates or arrests to report in these incidents and they would not confirm if any of them are related. >> in response to this uptick in violence. park station is boosting patrols in the area. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> coming up on the news at a covid cases are increasing
across california that we see another winter surge close behind local health. experts weigh in plus a trend on tiktok is being credited for possibly a lifesaving traffic stop. >> what this hand signal means and how police were able to find a girl who had been missing for several days and travel is picking up at sfo. how a new change in restrictions good health. the bay area's pandemic recovery. and that rain really start to come down across parts of the bay area. more on the way and windy conditions to the forecast next. i was hit by a car and needed help. i called the barnes firm. that was the best call i could've made.
>> at our 4 zone forecast as we get a live look at a very wet golden gate bridge. we can now see rain is falling here in the bay lawrence is moving the show or yeah. here comes, it's kind of just a few minutes ago. it was just coming straight down. now you can see the winds begin to pick up the front. moving on shore and that rain is really starting to pick up to getting very slick out there. the golden gate bridge on northward now starting to see some heavier out. some rain moving in in the san francisco need shot. the roads are wet out there right now, but not much in the way of rain just yet about 407 inch of rain so far. but a lot more to come overnight tonight. a very nice look at storm system. well put together just making its way on shore bringing with it not only rain but you're seeing some snow beginning to show up in the shasta area. northern sierra nevada as well and we'll see more of that across the higher peaks. but down
below warmer temperatures and you got all that rain. a look at the colors begin to show up now in the north, they all the way up in santa rosa petaluma novato. you've got the rain coming down stronger cells about to move on shore. she the areas shaded in red here near bolinas those some very strong storms with heavy rainfall coming down there now. and there's more for the south. you see now making its way into san francisco beginning to move in along the area. also down toward half moon bay in el granada. well, things are fairly light very broken towards san jose and sunnyvale light showers in the milpitas. but there's plenty more to come overnight tonight. i think everybody is going to see a comes. the rain and those winds are going to be very gusty. here's our wind forecast money see the area shaded in purple. the stronger gusts toward fort bragg in eureka right now. 40 miles an hour and then as that front comes on shore, they start to see more purple moving into the bay area with some strong gusty winds, possibly 40 miles an hour. plus specially out near the coastline. wind advisory has been posted for the most of the bay area until 3 o'clock in the morning. more
power outages. very likely tonight. guys, back to you. thank you, lauren swell parks around the bay area are already preparing for a possible big mess after the storm in the north bay. muir woods national monument is opening 2 hours later than usual at 10 o'clock in the morning. the park says this is to ensure that staff and visitors safety and 2. >> mitigate any storm damage. the sonoma county parks department is also adjusting its schedule for the weather closing. both could mountain and foothill regional parks sonoma county says that the parks will reopen as soon as they are inspected and deemed to be safe. >> we just put it on. we leave the euro this morning at 6. so it was a 12 the flight. the heat is pretty that yet. we very happy to be again. >> a busy day at the airports today as travel restrictions ease for non-essential
international travel and families are able to reunite after almost 2 years. non us citizens and not immigrants are once again allowed to visit the u.s. but they must show proof. they've received a covid vaccine and have a negative covid test. well, the reopening of us borders to most international travelers is not only leading to a lot of family reunions. but of course, the added tourists are good for local business and a boost to the bay area recovery. >> well for us cover reports from sfo. international travelers are being welcome back to sfo and other airports across the country with open arms. >> what we look at this as. >> is a key moment to help unlock the recovery of international traffic at sfo monday. the u.s. reopened its borders to many vaccinated, international travelers for the first time in 20 months. >> clearing the way for these types of reunions is especially important at sfo since historically 25% of its overall passenger traffic comes from international
destinations. suppose says this change should give the airport and the businesses at the airport. a real boost especially with the holidays coming up, typically the peak time of year for our airport is in the summer. that's when we have the most flights, the most seats available. it's different. this holiday season. we actually have more flights and more seats available this holiday compared to this past summer. >> it's a sign that airlines are really bullish about this holiday season. he's added flights will also translate into tourist dollars in downtown san francisco. we don't have the casinos are big theme parks, but we have is a lot of small businesses restaurants and retail establishments and art museums and galleries in coffee shops. all those businesses are benefiting from an international visitor comes here. and just as sfo relies on international traffic. >> so to san francisco when it comes to tourist dollars. 7 cisco in 2000, 19 saw over 63% of all travelers spending by international visitors. the highest percentage in the country. so we rely on international visitors in san
francisco in the greater bay area. more than other regions like this or any region like it's in the united states. so this is a really important day. >> officials say we should see impacts of welcoming international travelers during the christmas holidays. but the real impact should come next spring and summer. at sfo dan kerman kron 4 news. >> and service changes are starting today for san francisco bay ferry routes. most of the changes are minor and will only affect a midday service, but other changes include resuming service on the south san francisco route which connects oakland alameda and south san francisco also today marks the launch of the alameda short hop service, which is a 10 minute connection between the main street alameda ferry terminal and the oakland ferry terminal at jack london square. there will also be changes to the vallejo service. those changes include moving some of the afternoon times and canceling the last trip of the day on weekdays. >> where your money tonight. you know, gas prices continue to rise across the country in
california is the state paying the most at the pump looking at data from triple-a here. san francisco is we're filling up your tank will set you back the most around the bay area gallon of regular going for almost $5. that's about a quarter higher than the statewide average of $4 and $0.62. and it's a buck 40 higher than the national average. here's how the rest of the bay area compares. if you look at the numbers here, marin, sonoma, napa and san mateo counties are all pretty close to that of san francisco things are a little bit less on average in the south bay and in the east bay contra, costa alameda and santa clara counties are all averaging about 4.75 a gallon solano county is the least expensive place in the bay area to fill up your tank. but still going to set you back 4.66 a gallon on average. a community in mourning coming up, kron four's dan thorn joins us live from the vigil of the toddlers struck and killed by a stray bullet. and you may want to be careful when picking up a
call. the ongoing phone scam that one south bay police department wants you to be aware of. >> the scammers are targeting and what they are after and this live look out at the bay toll plaza tonight we continue to monitor the rain. you can see the. see the. >> brown is emergency planning for kids. we can't predict when an emergency will happen. so that's why it's important to make a plan with your parents. here are a few tips to stay safe. know how to get in touch with your family. write down phone numbers for your parents, siblings and neighbors. pick a place to meet your family if you are not together and can't go home. remind your parents to pack an emergency supply kit. making a plan might feel like homework, but it will help you and your family stay safe during an emergency.
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of the bay area. now that means there's rain and just about everywhere. but look at the yellow and orange. that means is coming down hard and then the live picture on the other side of your screen is outside looking at san francisco along the embarcadero. you can see the streets are wet. so the rain is moving in and of course, we're going to have much more coming in from lawrence karnow will have all the updates for us all night long. we should tell you that we're going to keep the is that the radar people in the spring as the prime time coverage continues on my down in the corner of your screen. so you be able to keep an eye on how things are progressing terms of the storm. >> san jose police department is warning residents of another phone scam. here's what they say to be on the lookout for the color attempts to impersonate the city of san jose's customer contact center san jose. police say the scam calls come from the phone number right there on your screen. 4. '08, 5, 3, 5, 3500 and they are targeting spanish speakers by calling and notifying them about having an overdue water garbage or electricity bill and requesting that the bill be
paid via wsil or some other option. additionally sjpd says the caller tricks caller. i d into saying that the call is coming from a reliable location and then impersonates an individual representing the call location. so if you do receive such a call or know somebody who has who has don't give out any personal information, especially bank information instead just hang up immediately and you can call police to report this scam. in the north bay fairfield. police say someone found a skimming device at this bank of america atm police say that person noticed a suspicious mirror with wires attached to the machine. officers say the device was disguised as the atm rear view safety mirror the mirror covered up a pinhole camera designed to record bank transactions card numbers and customer pins so far there's no word if there are any victims. >> a missing teenager was rescued in kentucky thanks to
tiktok and experts say this could also help you. sheriff deputies say the 16 year-old girl was sitting in the back of a car when she used a hand gesture circulating on tiktok to indicate domestic violence or danger. the gesture as you saw on the screen there encourages people in danger to put forth thinkers up then took your then tucks the thumb under the fingers making a fist and then repeat a driver happen to recognize something was wrong and saw the girl and called for help. deputies told the driver to follow the car until they were able to arrive. >> she had no idea that she was putting out distress signal that she was under stress. our guys were waiting at the top of the ramp. we had one crews are getting behind the vehicle. we had another cruiser get in front of the vehicle. we box to the un. >> the teenager had been missing from her north carolina home for several days. the driver was arrested and charged with unlawful
imprisonment that gesture that the teenager uses all over social media. so you might want to look into it. police say it is good for people to learn in case of an emergency. >> on the news today. the atmospheric river continues. this next wave of rain just getting started. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow has. how much more we can expect. plus gathering to demand justice while remembering the life of a 23 month-old child. we'll have a live report from the vigil of jasper. wu. coming up. plus, new details tonight from the chaos at the travis scott cancer concert in houston. the rest of the rapper commenting on the controversy as
>> our storm coverage continues now at 8.30. we're taking a live look outside this time at the richmond sandra fell bridge. you can see there's a lot of rain coming down there as well. of course, rain here means snow in the sierra. yeah. a lot of people excited about that. trump for chief meteorologist storms. karl joins us with a look at what to expect in the 4 zone forecast. yeah. guys still actually starting a little lower tonight about 4500 need in the shasta area. but overnight tonight that warmer system that the atmospheric river going to be moving in. that's going bring it up about 6,6500 people out there right now. here's a look at donner. i want to show this year right now as we've got the camera really shaking around lands. i was just checking some 52 mile an hour gust going across the peak there. so if you head of the sierra nevada take extra care. it is pretty stormy up there.
now and we'll continue to intensify tonight. in fact, we've got a winter weather advisory going up tonight. you see that snow down lake level, maybe a little bit below that probably about one to 3 inches right at lake level. but you get upwards of 8,000 feet or so. we're talking maybe 2 feet of snow over the next 24 hours. so nice amsunt of snow up there. in fact, it's coming down now you can see right lake a little bit on the wet side. you've got the green there showing a most that so far falling as some rain but up across the picture to see that snow moving in and then as we head through the night tonight. those temperatures cooling off and look at snow all the way down the lake level. but it's raining hard out there right now. parts of the area. look at that cell as coming on shore. some heavier amounts of rain. now begin to move in through san francisco stretching northward up toward richmond and vallejo oakland. you're getting some moderate amounts of rainfall, too. as that sells bring in the heavier storms now spreading further to the south and this we'll continue to move across the entire bay area throughout the evening hours, then i think as we get in toward early tomorrow morning. things begin to taper off. now, that
being said, we're starting to see some gusty wind showing up around the bay area to we've had reports of power outages already likely going to see some more good night to have the flashlight handy expecting some gusts, especially along the coastline. 40 plus miles per hour. wind advisory for most of the area except for sullivan county. guys, back to you. thank you. lawrence cloud for can help you stay up to date on the latest weather in your neighborhood use the camera on your phone to scan this qr code and it will take you to download our kron 4 mobile app. >> there. you'll find current conditions. you'll see the live radar and up-to-date forecasts. >> as we told you earlier tonight, a community in oakland is mourning the loss of a toddler who was shot and killed by a stray bullet. 23 year-old jasper wu died at the hospital saturday after the highway patrol says he was struck while he was riding in his family's car on interstate 8.80, people gather tonight to honor the young child's life and to demand justice. it was all at a vigil this evening. kron four's. dan thorn is live in oakland tonight with more. dan.
>> well, pam and ken really somber out here tonight, a small group gathering to remember jasper was life. people heartbroken and just torn apart by his tragic killing the 23 month-old boy was on struck and killed while he was riding with his. >> family along 8.80 in oakland. he was hit by a stray bullet. investigators saying that they believe that he was in the middle of a gun battle that was happening in the northbound lanes of 8.80. this all happening around 2 o'clock on saturday. afternoon. jasper had to be rushed to the hospital after it was discovered that he was hit by a bullet. he later died at the hospital that bullet going through the windshield of the car. family friends tell us that tell us that there were 3 adults and 3 children that were in the car but no one else was struck. jasper was an only child. we've been told and that his father never had a chance to meet him because he lives in china. but his dad
was scheduled to come to the bay area this evening to help bury his son. this senseless killing upsetting people here in the community who want the responsible shooters caught and for gun island violence to end in the bay area. >> well said, you know, said a little bit of havoc in the middle cross far. you know, so slight, i can only how the family is feeling right now. so. >> it's really sad to just to it. >> we know that jasper is from fremont and both oakland and fremont. police departments have expressed their condolences to the family. the chinatown chamber of commerce here in oakland has also been really involved. i'm in this situation and they've been raising funds to help out the family again. chp is leading this investigation and they are still seeking more information about what went on here. they do not have any suspects. no one has been arrested and they're seeking help from the public tonight.
ken and pam. >> dan thorn reporting live tonight. thank you. well, authorities want to know, do you recognize this man, santa clara county sheriff's deputies say that this man sexually assaulted a blind woman in cupertino back in may. >> investigators say the suspect started following the woman inside a target store and then to an outdoor public parking lot where they say he held her against her will and assaulted her. the suspect was seen driving a silver scion xb with no front license plate. anyone with information is asked to contact the santa clara county sheriff's office. >> saying in the south bay, 2 people are in police custody in connection to a knife fight and reports of gunfire sent patrons running for their lives. friday night at the great mall in milpitas police originally detained 3 people friday night. but have since released one of them, one of those still in custody is a 15 year-old boy. he was on probation for auto theft
possession of an illegal weapon robbery and other serious crimes. the other suspect is a 41 year-old man. he was first arrested after witnesses reported he was possibly involved in the shots fired. call. a police investigation found that he was cleared from the incident. but he had violated parole thaa was not related to the shooting at the great mall. california may be starting to slip when it comes to keeping the pandemic under control as the concern for a lot of doctors to who are watching this. vicki liviakis joins us now with what we can expect as we head into the winter months because of push also have the flu. yeah. crossing yeah. him. >> and can with the holidays coming. you know, all eyes are on what's around the corner and could we be facing another winter surge just like last year. so this is a look at the cdc's covid-19 transmission map for the bay area. as you can see here, san francisco, san mateo. they are in the yellow moderate spread tear while all the other counties, those are in the orange
substantial tears. so you may remember in the last winter, the numbers really started to tick upward causing hospitals to once again or about to beds disappearing quickly as they handled severe cases of covid-19. but this time around as the numbers show in this upward tick. well, infectious disease experts say that we actually are in better shape concerning the pandemic, especially since so many americans have received the vaccine. >> you know, we're not going to be at the levels that we saw last when deciding that's definitely not going to happen when i mean, not at the levels of last went i mean, probably no flooding and over the flooding of hospitals necessarily. it's getting colder. it's getting darker. people are not spending as much time outdoors a gathering in north. when you look at where the hot spots are in the u.s. it's the northern and then it's seeping down to california now with an increase in 15% in the last 2 weeks in cases.
>> ucsf infectious disease expert doctor peter chin. hong also says, you know, with kids getting vaccinated. it will help with immunity issues. but he adds we're certainly not over this pandemic. not yet. can. all right. thank you. thank you. business leaders say they fear the biden administration's vaccine mandate will force many people to leave their jobs. only making the worker shortage worse. >> the national retail federation says there isn't enough time for businesses to comply. that's not the only push back against the mandate. the white house faces several lawsuits challenging the vaccine mandate for businesses arguing that the department of labor lacks the authority to create such a rule. but other lawmakers say the vaccine mandate will make people feel safer about returning to work. >> i deeply reject that the president can mandate what private businesses are doing and in this space, some businesses mandated it. some have not won people. >> are concerned about going back to work when so many people are vaccinated.
>> retailers are now asking for an additional 60 days to implement the new policy as of right now, americans who work at companies with a 100 or more employees. we'll have to be fully vaccinated or get tested weekly for covid by january 4th. stay with kron 4 for the latest covid information that includes finding the vaccine for your children and much more. you can scan the qr code on your screen and you'll be directed to the special section on our website. that's at kron. 4 dot com. >> still ahead, travis scott the rapper's response to that deadly chaos at his festival in houston having trouble adjusting to the time change a sleep specialist shares. what you may need for a good night's rest. but first, a look at sfo. take a look at the rain covered runways there. more on the storm when we com ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪
having some trouble adjusting to the time change well, experts say some people could take up to 2 weeks to adjust to the time change if they already have trouble adapting or staying asleep in general. >> one sleep specialist says it is going to take you analyzing your own sleep habits in order to get back on track and it is not just the extra hour. that's throwing you off the change in lighting is also a factor. the doctor says that the time change can also serve as a benefit for any family who may have let bedtime slipped to be a little later than they like over the
course of the school year by using this extra hour. it could serve as an opportunity to reset. >> well, it was a very long sunday for the forty-niners shortly here from kyle shanahan. what he has to say about all this after the break. >> and that rain coming their own parts of the bay area. now more rain to come
is a live look at the richmond. sandra fell bridge. but you can't see much of it because lens is covered with water. we hope by the end of this newscast. we can't see who want this rain warrants. yeah. it's coming down around the bay area picking up in some spots, too, for the golden gate bridge. now we've got some more rain continuing there. and i think that's going to have some issues for the commute tomorrow morning, even though most the heavy rain will be done by tomorrow morning. you see a lot of public out there on the roadways. so here it is, the high country. you're looking to some snow there. we've got a lot of rain in the bay area. in fact, the rain coming down hard in some parts right now taking for a close look now the cells begin to slide a little further. the east down to concord. you're starting to see that rain pick up now in oakland, a moderate amounts of rain as well. also to san francisco, the more the showers continuing their breaking up a little bit. but got plenty to come. as you can see, all that moisture sitting off the coastline. so more rain overnight tonight. it's tomorrow morning. and there's a little shot of cold air coming on the backside of the storm system that could give
rise to some thunderstorms out there. so don't be surprised 1112, o'clock tonight. here's a rumble of thunder to see the flash lightning outside go along with that. the winds getting blustery. we've got gusts along the coastline out over 20 miles an hour. blustery conditions expected throughout the night tonight likely to see some of those gusts higher than 40 miles an hour coast side definitely could lose some power throughout the night tonight. guys, back to you. thank you. lauren swell developing news tonight a criminal investigation has been opened now following that deadly stampede travis scott's astroworld festival in houston. lawsuits have been filed against rapper and organizers after 8 people died. dozens of others were injured. >> brian and has the latest. >> a crowd surge causing all out chaos. 8 people supposed to enjoy the astroworld concert houston instead killed dozens more injured. many reportedly suffocated in trampled and everything. just like you it was compressed like you were just compress.
the whole point like my arms the whole time. they were never down. like i can you put him up at times. >> the crowd so pack to the travis scott concert friday night ambulances could not even make it through the sea of people. >> you know, security or emt's could not physically get over to 80 people in the crowd just too many people. police say it took close to 40 minutes from the time mass casualty event was declared to the time the concert was stopped reports of people falling started at 09:30pm, and the music did not stop until 10:10pm. >> what took so long. it's all now part of a criminal investigation. live nation says they've turned over all the surveillance video from the event to detectives, perhaps the plans were inadequate. perhaps the plans were good. >> but they weren't followed perhaps it was something else entirely scott is known for encouraging his fans to quote raich. you want to show you what it looked like when this promotional video he posted on
twitter back in 2019, even shows his fans knocking over barriers in stampeding. >> still, he insists he did not know the horror that was unfolding while he was on stage friday night. >> anytime i can you know, anything is going on. you know you know, to stop the show and. you know, help them get the help they need. you i could never imagine the severity of the situation. >> and there's something else disturbing police are looking into. they say a security guard. what unconscious at the event after something was injected into his neck. >> they administer nor can. he was revived. and the medical staff did notice a that was similar to brick that you would get somebody is trying to inject that is one. >> again. that was brian entin reporting. meantime, there are growing calls to pull travis scott from next year's coachella music festival in
southern california. an online petition to remove him as headliner has more than 1100 signatures. organizers created the appeal on change, dot org. so far no comment from golden voice sets the organization behind coachella the festival is set for 2 weekends in april of 2022. >> and now kron 4 sports from the 18 t fiber sports desk. >> all right. imagine it was a long night for most people within the niners organization. they got embarrassed by a division rival at home without its 2 best players. it's now been well over a year since the niners won a game at levi's stadium this morning. the team found out that they'll be without starting right. tackle mike mcglinchey for the remainder of the season. now we'll have to turn around quickly. him prepped for the rams a week from tonight on monday night football. but in the meantime, how shanahan he addressed all of this stuff.
the sloppy play the problem and things that they will have to fix come next week. >> very there during the game has watching the film. you know, i know that we can play a lot better that's for sure. and or 3 in 5 team right now. i believe that we should be a better team that record. and i know that starts with me. i was frustrating a lot of those explosives we gave up on fence. our offense had an opportunity, i believe to score a lot of points and we didn't get that turning it over 3 times to there's 0. told me they got 40 runs. turn it over 0 times. turn it over 3 times. only got 11. i think that says a lot. >> the raiders continue to have problems with their players today. the organization released damon arnette after video surfaced this weekend of him waving a gun and threatening to kill somebody. arnett was a first-round pick in the 2020
nfl draft. that's the same draft. the raiders selected henry ruggs who was released last week after a death by dui charge rader gm mike mayock said today that there were concerns about our net coming out of college. but the raiders thought they were well equipped to get him on the right path. >> we spent an awful lot of time. trying to understand his behavior. really what kind of tilted everything. in the direction of okay, let's go ahead and draft him. was that we knew that coaching staff pretty well. obviously in hindsight. we were unable to do it. and i know people worked a lot of people, including myself. we were all concerned about this, but we at the time we thought it was an acceptable risk. and obviously it's painful at all levels. >> all righty 2 bay area women's college soccer powerhouses. they're going to face off in the first round of ncaa tournament this weekend.
the santa clara broncos. they're hosting the stanford cardinal. that's on saturday. santa clara is looking to win back-to-back national titles. remember, last year they won it all in overtime. that was a crazy game. i think those pk is actually stanford. they're looking to reclaim the title after winning it in 2019, the bay area embarrassment of riches for soccer. the broncos secured a share of the west coast conference title on sunday afternoon with overtime win over saint mary's the cardinal finished 4th in the pac 12. but they earned that at-large berth stanford beat santa clara during the season, 3 to one should be a good game this weekend. all righty that is your look at sports. back to you guys. all right, jason, thanks very much. well, you may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks. what about. >> if you put the dog out on the cold ice. we'll explain the cold ice. we'll explain when we come back. when a truck hit my son, the cold ice. we'll explain wheni had so many questions about his case.
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>> take a look at this. a dog in las vegas getting lots of attention for his efforts to ice skate and considering this is not something dogs. usually do pretty good. many the labrador has to skates on his front paws and he seems to be having fun, trying to play along with it all is owner. cheryl the need to skate after seeing his high energy approached everything lee is a lab. he now spends his time with children who are learning just ice skate. >> i wore my skates and he chased after me like the interaction that i was happy with him and the ice. on the
way home actually, i started to think that i can piece they all have to see what he can do. it. and he doesn't skate additionally. so, you know, they fit right in. >> and then his popularity is growing on instagram. of course, already has more than 16,000 that are in a lot of people he likes to chew on hockey it's a dog's world. that wraps up kron 4 news at 8. but a primetime news continues at the top of the hour with vicki liviakis end cap and better than me i cannot. here's what we're working on for 9 heavy rick. >> we felt all across the bay area right now. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow tracking just how the storm could affect your morning commute. also the woman hit in the eye with a paid fall as she was walking home from the outside lands. she may now never be able to see out of that eye again, why she that could be more victims. those