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kron 00:00am morning news at >> good morning. and on this veterans day, we are marking the occasion live here on the kron 00:00am morning news watching president biden as he is going to honor vets at the tomb of unknown as he does every year as the president does every year, the laying of the wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier and we're expecting that a ceremony to take place at some point at the top of this hour. >> so we're again waiting for the president. you can hear some of the. looks like the camera might be moving closer. looks like we have some of the delegation here from each branch of the military arriving. here comes the wreath that will be placed on the stand and then afterwards we should see the president come out too late to set that reached before the tomb of the unknowns will be following this morning. soon as the president arrives, we'll make sure to come and bring this to you live on this veterans day. >> right now we want to get you started with weather and traffic. a lot of people have the day off to mark the occasion and the weather is
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going to cooperate. rebecca. >> yeah, guys going to beautiful. if you want to just spend it outside apd going to a veterans day. festivity today will be perfect because we're going to see lots of sunshine and temperatures in the 70's. in fact, outside right now a gorgeous day. the beaches to the coast. look at this half moon bay. the sun is shining and we're going to see temperatures in the upper 60's and a whole lot of sunshine with mostly clear skies. it's all thanks to high pressure. that's going to continue to build around the bay area and really stick with us throughout the entire weekend. and it's just going to be beautiful and dry. no rain in the forecast. we just have to get some of these chilly temperatures. first before the 70's are going to start popping up so 40's 50's. for now and then those warmer ones are on the way. i'll have my complete forecast coming up right now are back and thanks for that. well, we had earlier issues on bar. bart has returned to normal service is no more delays. >> as you're traveling from the east bay into the city a little under 2 minutes for you to make that drive. so we're also starting to see some improvement there heading
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across towards the peninsula. you can make that drive in a little under 14 minute. we do have a hot spot. this is in gilroy. one 52 westbound east of pole line road. there's a downed tree all lanes still currently closed on that westbound side one 29 with you get alternate for you and we'll leave you with a look at the richmond sandra fell commute. we had an earlier accident on the richmond. sandra fell bridge right near the tolls. now that that's clear right now. little under 14 to make that drive. darya. james, back to you. thanks a lot. rate 8. '02, and our top story as violence and oakland. there have been 3 different shootings in 12 hours. yeah. the most recent one happened about 1 o'clock this morning while you were sleeping kron 4, sarah stinson in the newsroom with the very latest on all of this. sarah. >> james oakland police chief city officials. they're always talking about the efforts and the need to reduce gun violence. but unfortunately it continues to happen this time. it's a string of shootings in oakland. take a look at this map. we wanted you to get a good idea of where each shooting took place. the
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latest shooting happened in front of lake merritt at 1420, lakeshore avenue. video from the scene shows investigators surrounding a white suv. someone was shot in the head around 1250 this morning. the person was rushed to the hospital. dozens of yellow evidence markers could be seen everywhere. no information has been released about that person's condition. keep you updated. the next shooting happened around 9.30 last night on 97th avenue near a street. this is about a mile and a half from the oakland zoo. oakland. police say a person was shot multiple times taken to the hospital. investigators are still trying to find the shooter. and of course the motive, lastly, a woman was shot downtown oakland in front of the fox theater there. it happened just before 02:30pm in the afternoon. broad daylight on 1900 block of telegraph avenue. the woman was taken to hospital. she's expected to survive. fox theater, though, canceled its concert last night because of the shooting and the investigation. all the
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shootings remain under investigation. of course, the oakland police wrote on their facebook page just 2 days ago, the department posted saying instances of gunfire up 42% just from november first to november, 7th this year. police have recovered 1017 firearms. police say they're working as a community, of course, as i was saying to reduce this level of violence in oakland. but it just continues the department does encourage residents and business owners to install security cameras as well as alarms saying steps of technologies offer. crew. it deters crime and it also helps solve crimes after they occur this morning. i am made all the emails are making. the calls were trying to get you the latest information on all 3 of those shootings back to you and to do. all right. thanks a lot, sarah. >> 8. '04, is the time. another big story that we're following this morning a teacher's aide struck and killed by a car near an elementary school were actually help teach and now he's being remembered and kron
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four's camila barco is following that live this morning from san francisco >> teacher 8 has been identified as andrew the minute. we are currently standing at the intersection where he was struck and at the site this morning and there's a growing memorial as you can see, to honor the educator. and this is just a few steps away from where he was working. now. this map gives you a better idea where the crash happened is just like i said, steps away from sherman elementaky school. zemin was struck at the intersection of union and franklin street just before 8 yesterday morning. it's unclear what happened moments before that when officers arrived to the scene, they found 2 cars involved in a and zemin on the 4. they helped revive him, but he died at the scene. now school is out for the day. but sherman elementary principal is going to gather students tomorrow morning. she is letting kids know one of their beloved educators is not with them
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anymore. and the school is also providing grief counselors. now in a letter to parents, students and staff the school's principal says, quote. >> and you're taught from the heart. he was patients and kind and always a positive role model. i'm sure you will join me in offering our deepest condolences to his family and now back out live here. people are offering their with this memorial. there are candles there are flowers and this is all again to honor the educator. now, according to city data. >> there were 6 traffic crashes at this intersection between 2016 to 2018. and zemin is the pedestrian to be killed just walking the streets in san francisco this year alone had right beside me. there's actually a few people gathering here. as you can see, they have their bites. there's a few signs letting people know safe streets. now there's one sign this is just to bring
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awareness the driving conditions in this we have yes to spoken with these people but hopefully within the next hour we can learn more about what their message is to the public for now daryn. james, back to alright camila, thank you very much. >> 8. '06, right now and 4 people have been arrested in connection with the death of this young man. he's 17 year-old mohamed osman and his body was found in the parking lot of central elementary in january of 2019 police say that the suspects knew him but they don't have a motive at this point. there have been 4 arrests. 2 of those arrested are 23 year-old ruben gonzalez medina has of indianapolis and then 21 year-old antonio valencia conquer the other 2 are not name because they were minors at the time of the offense, death. >> 8. '07, is the time also today, ceremonies are going to be held all across the bay area honor veterans on this veterans day and one of the
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biggest celebrations is going to be in danville. that's where we find kron four's will tran who has been following the latest out there and it looks like activity beginning to start to happen. well. >> and the veterans are showing up right now. they're caffeinated and they are ready to talk. in fact, we'll talk to this gentleman in just a few moments for now, for tours of duty in vietnam hopefully he can serve one duty for me. one tour of will tran and survive that. so stay tuned for eric ardell. let's show you what's going on front of the veterans memorial building here in danville. and you can clearly see look, they're bringing out some of the memorabilia. i know nothing about this. so i'm getting a crash course in these veterans. that's. >> part of a crusader. apparently that's an aircraft that was used during vietnam and that's being brought over by people from the uss hornet that's just one piece. the main piece. we'll be right behind me. come 9 o'clock. they're bringing out a huey
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helicopter will eric with a lot of people to go inside the will okay. as promised. now here is eric cardale for tours >> the camaraderie of of us that have served and all the in the united states and we have a really great group of a veterans court organizations here at the building, including american legion, the vfw. you know, that's the diablo valley. and our favorite group, the blue star moms. >> we were talking about world war 2 will this some will some of them be out here that generation is getting older and diminishes all the time. >> we hope so. we're not sure. bob, do we know of anybody world war 2 vets coming. you know, most most of are getting old enough that they they can't get around really well. but we still have some in our organizations and we honor them whenever we can, ok.
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thank you for that. this opens at 9 o'clock in the morning. we'll talk to eric and other veterans coming up. >> at 9 o'clock. but if you can travel to danville, there are other places all over the bay area. also observing veterans state. so take a look at your screen if you're a veteran, you have free admission to the museum of modern art's in san francisco as well as the zoo. i know a little bit lower on your screen in fairfield. they're having a parade at 10 o'clock. and if you want to go to the uss hornet. they will have festivities coming up at 11 o'clock in the morning. but i. maybe on a shameless self-promoter danville is the place to be a look at how beautiful that building is right behind me. and of course we cannot wait for the jewel, the huey helicopter, which i'm sure has many tours of duty. apparently james and area. they hven said they have some bullet holes on the side and back to that will be fascinating for people to see. thank you very much. we'll. >> we appreciate the update in the ad and also a great place for 4th of july parade to just say it. we'll be right back
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with more in a minute. a 10 is the time as we go. just a quick reminder. we are waiting. >> for president bush to arrive here at arlington national president and vice president biden. we're waiting for him to arrive at the tomb of the unknown here on this veterans day to lay the wreath will bring that coverage as soon as it happens.
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>> and there you see president biden. but we are waiting for him to give a speech. so we're going to carry that live as well. this all happening at the tomb of the unknowns in
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arlington, virginia, where so many are very that is is actually the 50th anniversary of the tomb of the unknown being created. sorry the 100th anniversary of that being created as a way to honor those veterans who were not identified. >> time now is 8.17. will be back with more. well, actually, let's go to we've got rebecca standing by with a look at the forecast as we look at the weather on this veterans day a lot of folks are going to have plans outside. >> yeah, that's right. it's perfect day for veterans day parades. just going outside and having veterans day festivities. it's going to be beautiful. lots of sunshine. it's going to be dry and we're going to see temperatures reaching into the low 70's. so very comfortable mild to warm depending upon what you like outside right now. lots of sunshine already especially here at a san francisco international airport. our camera there showing a no fog, no clouds for you, right now, though, we're just going to get through these temperatures mostly in the 50's right now. you're still going want that jacket or sweater as leave your home this morning. 55 in san francisco right now. 58 in
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berkeley. 53 in concord still seeing some of those 40's in our north zone like novato coming in at 48 degrees. so the warmer temperatures all thanks to this high pressure that's going to continue to build. and even last into the weekend. so that is bringing nice a 70 degree mark and a lot of sunshine to enjoy. and we're going to steer clear of all the rainfall as well. it's going to be very dry here in the bay area. all that activity. the wet weather is going to be to the far north of oregon and washington. they'll be the rainfall while we remain definitely dry into the weekend and we're definitely going to some good temperatures depending upon where you're at. if you're going to be a heading towards the coast. really nice and half moon bay today. 69 degrees with mostly clear conditions that we're expecting a lot of sunshine, 70 degrees for downtown san francisco's high. 70 degrees. also for oakland downtown seh san jose rather, it's going to be a high of 73 and mostly in the 70's for your north bay
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zone. now, how long these temperatures going to last well into the weekend like we've been mentioning, we're going to see 70's inland and low 70's around the bay 60's at the coast through the weekend with a whole lot of sunshine next week, though. we're going to get back to normal. i'll have that my seven-day around the bay coming up in just a bit. rebecca, thanks for that. all right. let's start in the south bay. we're looking at conditions along one. oh, one. >> as a traveling there from menlo park, a fine a little under 20 mind minutes. 2 3780 to 85 not tracking any major issues at this hour. and traffic has been light for the most part today, veterans day, a lot of people are staying at home. a little under 11 minutes from the east bay heading into the city and we've had the metering lights off for the most of the morning heading across towards the peninsula. little under 14 minutes for you to make that commute. checking on 6.80 as you're heading southbound from doubling down to fremont to 62 a little under 14 minutes. you see no major issues or delays along 8.80, a few pockets of slowing like through fremont
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as you're traveling through. hey, we're and we're going to leave you with a look at the richmond. sandra fell commute headed out of richmond. a
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bay. well, this family has fought since then to raise awareness about the dangers that we face at beaches and now there are new sift systems in place for safety, including life rings safety information and also warning signs about the hazards of the ocean. >> hopefully these these first 3 stations that have been solved will will save lives. it will inspire the communities along the coast to do something similar bc as a stepping stone. >> to create more about this issue. there are axis to want educate the crypt and from. >> and that's why they created a foundation in his honor and doing a lot of good springing from that tragedy. >> 24 is the time california attorney general rob bonta was in san jose as part of his ongoing series of roundtable discussions to try to dress hate crime in our state. he met with both elected and community leaders to try to identify some concrete solutions to end what he calls this epidemic of hate after we've seen this. rash of hate
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crimes being reported jumped more than 30% last year. bonta has established a racial justice bureau in his office. but he says a lot of work still needs to be done both in terms of reporting and preventing hate crimes. >> feelings of hate turn the speech turned to hate incidents on the way to becoming hate crimes. there are many places in between where we can intervene and prevent hate from getting to that place. >> yeah. botta says over half of all hate crimes in california are not identified or investigated as such an he says that suggests more work still needs to be done. it is a 25. we'll take a quick break. but here we have live pictures from arlington national cemetery at the memorial amphitheater where we expect president biden to deliver some remarks here on this veterans day. >> you can see that we're in court and playing and the lectern there in the distance the background all set up for the president and we'll bring that to you uninterrupted when it begins. we'll be right back.
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fantastic out john travel is off doing just that enjoying a day off. and rebecca is in. good morning. yeah. good morning. guys. a little perfect day to fill in for him because nothing but sunshine and temperatures getting into the 70's. and we're in november take advantage of it head outside and just enjoy all the way into the weekend. as a matter of fact, we're going to see these conditions last through the next 3 to 4 days. the golden gate bridge. look at this. nothing but sunshine nice and clear. a little bit of a breeze in the air. but that's about it. temperatures today. reaching a 70 degrees in downtown with mostly clear skies. 70 also, if you're going to be the downtown oakland area. >> and san jose reaching a high of 73 with a whole lot of sunshine for everyone. i 70 around the bay forecast to let you know how long this will last. what next week looks like right now. how are the roads to in the roads are looking nice. looks like a lot of people decided to stay home. even this hot spot we at. >> down in gilroy. all lanes are now open. we had a down tree one, 52 west on east of pole line road. they've been able to open that back up so you can travel along one 52 on
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the westbound side heading into the city a little under 11 minutes. not seen us under 11 minutes at almost 09:00am in a long time. so conditions a great there heading across towards the peninsula. little under 15 minutes to make that commute along 6.80 southbound from dublin to fremont. little under 14 minutes to make that drive and even highway force pretty like from one 62 to 42 under 15 minutes. darya james, back to you. thank you, ray at 8.30 right now. the big story of the east bay as the covid outbreak among the cal berkeley athletes will now the football team is making sure that. >> everybody understands a safety protocol. yes, a lot of the players are complaining that they didn't know what the protocol was. and as a result, 44 of them ended up. >> testing positive for covid berkeley. health officials say the players did things that were supposed to do. they didn't get tested when they started feeling symptoms, they didn't stay home when they started feeling sick and they weren't wearing masks indoors when they should have and will. now the head coach says everybody is on board. >> i don't envision this being
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a long-term. issue. you know, next year in the year beyond not to say that it's going to go away. but maybe that we're in a better place. i think moving forward. everyone is very clear about you know, the protocols that are in place going forward. and what is expected. you know. >> according to the team to members are not vaccinated. this weekend's game against usc had to be rescheduled. so that's going to take place on december 4th as for the next game up, it's going to be against stanford on november 20th. that's if cal can field a team, say. >> and with everybody getting together to for the holidays. slow culls state and federal leaders are all pushing you to get vaccinated, get that booster shot, especially if you have it. santa clara county's health director doctor sara cody at this news conference. explain that. a lot of people are eligible the don't realize they can get a booster. the cdc says it's not just those over age 65 it is anybody over 18 who has any type of underlying health condition or lives or works in
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a high-risk setting and she says that's a lot of people. >> underlying medical conditions include everything, including depression anxiety. hypertension, diabetes obesity. there are very few of us who don't fall into one of, you know, meet one of those eligibility criteria. >> doctor cody says that more than a million county residents are eligible to get a booster. but so far only 20% half. >> well, governor gavin newsome says that he and the state's top health officials are doing everything they can to avoid what happened last year when cases rose dramatically icus became inundated. there is a worry, though, because after weeks of declining numbers california's covid cases now are beginning to rise. once again. >> we are concerned about the winter. we're concerned about rising case numbers pressure on our hospitals from a number of other issues on top of covid winter's coming. >> governor newsome was also
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pressed about a new report in the daily mail that alleges he had a bad reaction to his booster shot. and that is why he's been out of the public like for about 2 weeks now and cancel his trip to the climate conference in scotland. but the governor pushed back saying, nope, that's not true. and again, reiterated that he canceled that trip because the kids came to him and basically begged him to stay and spend halloween with them and decided that was more important. >> it's a 33 right now. we want to take it back out live to arlington, virginia, where president biden is leading the nation in observing veterans day. let's listen in here. s in glory. an american >> nobody asked to god. >> thank you for uniquely designing each of us for each of us and for lasting here. as we honor our nation's veterans. may you continuing
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very clear skies right now. and here we're going to see the upper 60's for the afternoon highs. so just gorgeous day, no matter where you're going to spend it across the bay area and san francisco are looking at a downtown reaching a high of 70 today. 67 in golden gate park. and to 64 in the sunset district. and here you go. coastal temperatures 69 like i was mentioning half moon bay 65 in el granada and then some more 70's popping up throughout the peninsula. 70 in millbrae today. south san francisco, also 70 degrees. san carlos. it's 73 palo alto. they're going to be a high of 72 your south bay's own nothing that 70's the entire board here with a whole lot of sunshine to enjoy los gatos little warmer there at 74 as well. saratoga the east bay shoreline low 70's livermore valley. you're going to be at 71 for the afternoon high pleasanton 72. and we're looking at 74 in walnut creek. brett, when you'll be at a high of 72 as well. and those nice temperatures continue as
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we move into vacaville at 72 degrees. napa. you'll be at a high of 71 john. bill 72 and your zone. here's what it looks like. a 69 appoint race here under a lot of sunshine. and again, it should be mostly clear skies there at the coast 74 in san and and how long are these temperatures going to last. here's your 7 around the bay forecast. in fact, to take advantage of going all the way into the weekend. we're going to have 70's, the overnight lows 40's and 50's. so just bundle up in the morning and in the evenings. but the afternoons just gorgeous next week, though. that's when things are going to get back to normal and change a little bit. we're going to start to see a little bit of a cool down. that's a look at the weather. let's hit the roads with yeah. let's hit the roads this morning. it looks like a lot of people have not hit the roads this morning. >> his traffic has been really light, which is the good news. if you're in the south bay along to 37 traveling, maybe 85 or 80 to 2.80. no major delays or issues at this hour heading from the east bay into the city. a little under 10
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minutes to make it to that fremont street exit in 5, 1880 moving along nicely to berkeley and emeryville headed across towards the peninsula. a little uptick in traffic there. no major delays. 19 minutes for you to make that commute and reach the peninsula along highway 4. if you're heading from one 60 a lot to 2.42 a little under 15 minutes for you. there. and we're looking at the richmond. sandra fell bridge in the last hour we had an accident at the tolls that took the drive times up a bit now we're back down to under 10 minutes. and the golden gate bridge traveling for the north bay into the city to reach the tolls a little under 21 minutes started. james, back to you. thanks a lot. let's go back out now to arlington and this isn't nation's observance. you can see the president biden to the left of the podium. >> for veterans day and we're monitoring what's going on getting it out to celebrate as getting it out to celebrate as country together and as soon
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either give you a full refund or maybe rebooking for a later time. and even though we are getting some rain this month. mountain view is now asking residents to conserve water because the reservoirs, of course, are still way too low. so the city declared a stage one water shortage and they're asking everybody in the county to reduce water use by 10%. city leaders are anticipating the regional water supply to continue declining in the coming months. mountain view receives approximately 84% of its primary water supply from the san francisco public utilities commission and the commission itself is scheduled to consider a water shortage. emergency on november 23rd. >> 8.44 the time in the east bay hayward police say there is one less catalytic converter thief in their city because take a look at this picture of all of the stuff that a man originally arrested for possessing stolen rims was found with and he is the prime suspect in several catalytic converter thefts in hayward. you can see all of the items that they found in in his car.
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it was filled with things that can be used to steal catalytic converters. >> in the photographs that are pictured. there are. several different brands that long to a car. a few catalytic converters, a replica handgun was kind of that orange tip as well. cutting device, which thing is just like a burglary tool us also take missed machine that can quickly cut out the talent. converters. during the pandemic police across the bay area saw an increase. >> in catalytic converter thefts reported and they're targeted as you might note for precious metals which are worth thousands of dollars. >> well, former raiders player henry ruggs has been formally charged now with 4 felony counts of dui and reckless driving. we're also hearing new 911, audio from somebody who lives nearby where that accident occurred and he describes to the emergency operator. now the moments following the crash. >> i live in the house on the street. there's a lady screaming for help in us.
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lamborghini trapped. that i want to say that was probably speeding or mean. i heard incredibly at loud noises and then create collusion >> police say ruggs was driving a 156 miles per hour when he crashed and killed 23 year-old tina 10 tour and her dog. ruggs was not in court himself. he's had his lawyers there representing him in front of the judge. he's on house arrest. he's been ordered by the judge to be tested for alcohol. 4 times a day. he also has been ordered to surrender his passport. and he cannot drive at all during this trial. if convicted on the charges he's facing. he could be looking at more than 50 years behind bars. >> santa rosa police are looking for the people who made this arm robbery at a west america bank in guerneville road and it was pretty dangerous. you can see the pictures of the 2 men. they were carrying guns. they tied up the bank employees and
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they were unable to access the vault, but they did get money from the bank and now a cash reward is being offered for anybody who has information that leads to an arrest. also in the north bay investigators raided the home of the windsors former mayor domenic poli. he resigned earlier this year amidst allegations that he sexually assaulted or attack nearly a dozen women sonoma county sheriff's deputies raided his home yesterday and they took several personal items and the investigation is looking into claims against him made by several women conference spoke with the attorney who represents 7 of the victims. >> i would say this is at least a positive trigger. >> in the sense of there's validation. and a sense of my gosh it's finally movie. moving. we might actually get this is been a long investigation. and certainly this is a step of progress in the right direction for them. >> we made cars but that they
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have not been returned by the former mayor. >> 8.47 is the time. we'll take a brief break but just a reminder. we are following live events playing out right now in arlington, the arlington national cemetery. this is the memorial amphitheater. and there you can see president biden there on the left side of the screen. he is currently being introduced by a handful of speakers that are coming for him and at some point here when he comes up to the lectern to deliver his remarks to the nation on this veterans day. we'll bring it to you
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>> 50 is a time and the warriors are just on fire. all of them, not just staff. everybody is a team effort. now they're 10 1 after beating the minnesota timberwolves at chase center last night and this was an amazing cases, step scores, 25 points, which was great half of the 50 has any the day before, though. but andrew wiggins had the high 35 points against his former team, which of course felt good for and joining 3 to one dead was the final. so here's guns and coach kurt. >> runs game. well played game, you know, get the former. now it's all that was, you know, the play, the game. fun game andrews just fantastic the aggression from the beginning of the who loved his energy obviously pretty excited to play against his old team. we needed everything. he brought us a son. he was tremendous.
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>> likely still, you know, it's all to still be in vain the tipoff time for the next game, which is tomorrow night will be at 07:00pm. they'll take on the chicago bowls at the chase center time now is 08:51am. >> and as we've been telling you is veterans day and we are marking the day around the bay area around the country tell you about the events and also highlighting that. up in solano veterans with no known family members got the recognition they deserve. we've got jeanne nguyen with the story from dixon. >> take >> after >> it. >> these veterans are finally getting the recognition they
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deserve. >> this ceremony is to honor those veterans that came here that never got the military honors for whatever reason, these veterans have unfortunately been forgotten. >> no family, no one to claim them. want to be there to say a final goodbye. >> that will change is right here at the sacramento valley national cemetery with one last ceremony to honor each veteran and all the stood for. we're now the family basically. >> stephen bound. >> a member of the american legion out of healdsburg is accepting the burial flag for these veterans. >> it's it's emotional for me that these veterans don't have family. >> and that emotion is something ron collier is very familiar with. he's a volunteer for missing in america project, an organization that identifies the remains of unclaimed veterans and brings them to a national cemetery.
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>> i had 3 veterans that i found in sonoma county that i brought over here in july of 20 and they were given their military honors for these 3 veterans, these honors have been waiting for them for a long time. >> they have been sitting on the shelf for about 20 years. nobody had claimed them and i claim them might become their last family. >> even though these veterans of maybe unaccompanied these headstones show that there's a person behind each name with the story and possibly a family but never got any closure. we have had some people come forward say that my uncle. >> i had no idea it was my uncle is buried here. that's part of the reason ceremonies like this are held at the cemetery for families to get one last reunion it's just very heartwarming to know that they found someone. >> that probably was lost and what reunions may not happen often ultimately it's about giving that veteran piece. it's to help our veterans to find final resting place.
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>> and in honor of veterans day. we hope you join us tonight. as we say thank you to the men and women in our military. anchor ken wayne is going to be hosting a half hour special entitled veterans voices honoring those who served in air tonight at 6.30, we hope you join and they're also honoring those who served at the tomb of the unknown. >> well, at arlington national cemetery where we're seeing the veterans affairs director speaking right now the secretary veterans affairs after he speaks. we are waiting for the president to address a ceremony as well. and we will take that live as soon as it happens. we'll be right back. with every single one of us. >> 2 key.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at know. >> to donald, whose birthday is today. happy birthday. thank you for your service to our country. and i just want to tell you. i know you're. younger than i am. you know, i
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ambassador and thank you for. raising such a fine tony blinken for secretary of all past and >> we thank and we remember all which is done us. i like to recognize one of our. >> national heroes who is here today. medal of since mister during the vietnam war. then first put the safety of his fellow troopers. >> about provide cover attack. you know and even a calling and artillery was issue. so our forces at a better chance withdraw. >> wounded. an >> evading capture for 8 days. >> to from


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