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>> i heart breaking morning for students at san francisco's sherman elementary as they return to class after the holiday with their teacher. well, not all have the details coming up in a live. >> and we're following breaking news from overnight. 3 babies and 3 separate incidences are safe after the cars they were in were stolen. i have the latest details on each coming up in a live report from the newsroom. >> and reward money now being offered to find whoever fired that stray bullet that struck and killed a toddler on interstate in oakland. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> thanks for waking up with us at 7 o'clock on a friday.
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i'm darya and i'm james. and as you can see the sun is out shining bright the base over your shoulder. see that it gorgeous outside. we'd somehow or sun kissed in our dressing rooms to separately and wearing pink our closets different homes create this for easter, for the prom or the is going to be gorgeous this weekend, though, just like, you know, shiny and sunny this week. right. because of so beams. the sun means behind you. and then in your clothes, your matching outfits that you didn't plan. this so funny. james said you guys are like the odd couple, but unlike the couple that thinks alike. day. >> and speaking about dressing, you're going to want to dress warm this morning. but then once we get into the afternoon peel the layers off and you're going want some short sleeves becaus we're going to see another warm day on tap around the bay area. in fact, a look at this. a clear gorgeous shot of quite how right now. not a cloud in the sky throughout to downtown san francisco right now in this
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picture, we're looking at said nothing but a lot of blue and just gorgeous is the sun is starting to rise and the buildings even more and more. he's a chilly temperatures, though, is why you need to put on the long sleeves. as you make your out of the house 40's 50's for the most part, 56 alameda 49 in downtown oakland right here in san francisco, 57 degrees and then a chilly 47 in san anselmo. in 48 in petaluma. but things will change into the afternoon. it's all thanks to the high pressure that we're going to be seeing bringing us said the 70's once again and a lot of sunshine will have those details coming up. rebecca, thanks for that. all right. well, we're looking at a hot spot on the bay bridge. you've been keeping a close eye on this in the last hour. >> so we have a disabled vehicle. it looks like some of these vehicles start and they got into their car and they were walking along the bridge near the center anchorage part of the ridge. so they turned the metering lights on. they were trying to get that vehicle off of the bridge get to that person. but i'm starting to see drive times gradually go down. so looks
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like they may have been successful in that we were up to about 30 or so minutes. now we're at about 24. so we are going back down there on the bay bridge. no issues on the san mateo bridge headed across towards the peninsula a little under 14 richmond center fell bridge a little under 14 as well. we'll have more traffic coming up with daryn james, back to you. thanks a lot a 7. '03. let's get to the breaking news overnight which were 3 separate incidences where. >> cars were taken carjacked with children inside and now should tell you right off the bat. all the kids are safe and sound. none of the children were hurt. >> but pretty dramatic to hear that. you have 3 separate answers from auburn up near sacramento all the way here to the east bay in the bay so we had to situations in pittsburgh in concord. again, the kids are okay. but how scary all these unrelated just all happened yesterday. let's go to kron 4 sarah stinson. she's following the ones that happened here in the bay area. >> now it's truly unbelievable we have confirmed another baby in a car stolen right parents
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eyes one happening in concord. take a look at these emotional moments. a mother reunited with her baby holding her for dear life. the 4 month-old baby was in the car last night at 10 '03, when someone jumped in, took off with the baby still inside the parent just stepped out of the car for a moment before they knew it. the car and baby were gone. police say it was a terrifying call to get that. thankfully. they found the baby 20 minutes later. no one has been arrested yet. police will be looking at surveillance video in the area this morning. concord police say they cannot believe there are 2 car stolen with 2 babies inside. just one night. this happens in the bay area. the other incident happened in pittsburgh where this morning a father and a baby girl are reunited meanwhile, police are looking for the woman who stole this suv with the daughter in the backseat. this video of the moments after police finally found the suv in that one year-old girl. you can see police there right there. they
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said a woman jumped into the father's suv and drove away with his daughter. the baby's father was outside of his car at the time talking to someone. and then before he knew it and the engine was running. but before you knew it there gone. an amber alert was issued. police got to work. they finally found that suv after the woman abandoned it with the baby inside just after 7.30 last night in the only reason they found it near some apartments in the parking lot because people actually heard the baby screaming. >> the neighbor had called me and i called her back. she told me that it was weird. they pulled up in the car was blocking here. they were blocking the driveway and was just sitting here and they said it was weird because they heard the baby screaming crying, screaming crying and then they looked in their last. the life of a missing near the door was open and they got the baby. is is scares me because i >> i mean, question one had to pick up the challenge. this is crazy. this is crazy. this is insane.
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>> little did she know there is multiple incidents like this happening around the bay area in california. the suspected car thief is described as a white woman with a tattoo on the left side of their face. she's in her 30's and she has not been found yet conquered police. they're still working to figure out who their suspected car thief is and they're going to be working with with pittsburgh police because they have to ask are the 2 connected. they have to cancel that out right away. see what happened in both departments are looking at surveillance video in the area were hoping to get our hands on it, too so that we can help police the system with this investigation for now live in the newsroom. sarah stinson, back to you. are there any like anything similar about the situations are descriptions in the to the concord in the pittsburgh. well, at my first question was it will cover police's your suspect is a have a face tattoo. so distinct, right. he said i'm for sure. i don't know the description suspect right now we're waiting like on a legitimate press release
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soon so stay tuned. we're really hoping to get that because i know world just like on the edge of our seats. wondering how this happened. who is responsible. all right. >> thank you, sarah. and then as we mentioned, there was that a 3rd one that happened up in auburn. a 7 month-old was taken in that case and again, trial is fine and it's such a you know, small mountain town kind place. and this is the child care center where the parent was dropping off. >> their child when 2 women jumped into the car, took off with the baby inside led police on a chase. so they're going down highway one 93 and then look at that. the car crashed into a to a utility pole. and this was scary because you don't forget. so you get this baby inside baby was fine. luckily they did arrest one of the women there at the scene, but the other took off on foot into the woods. and that's what you're seeing here. the video from the helicopter above with its night vision camera on. >> it was about a half hour later. they finally caught up with that second woman and she's also now under arrest.
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well, happening today, the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce is going to be announcing what we expect will be a reward for any information in the search for a shooter out that 23 month-old baby that was struck by stray bullet on interstate 80. the reward is expected to be about $10,000. the incident happened last saturday we told you about the story of jasper. wu. he was writing in a car when he was hit by the bullet. he later died at the oakland children hospital. the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce is expected to hold a news conference later this morning. and again, we will carry that for you when it happens. look to our 24 7 new streaming app kron on for that coverage. >> time now 7. '08 and today students are going to go back to class for the first time since a teacher's aide was struck and killed by a car near sherman elementary school in san francisco. it's the story the kron four's will tran has been following for us this morning. and will no surprise are going to have. >> counselors on hand. >> the grief counselors will
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be here. certainly before the students even before possibly even staff members arrive because they are dealing with it as well. he was a beloved member of sherman elementary. and you can see the candles burning in the overnight hours there. a lot of messages to andrew zemin and his family. >> look at that. >> beautiful picture of him there. >> but on the wall and also on the ground. there are a lot of people stopping by. >> writing messages of just condolences to the family and they're angry. and i'll tell you why. because look at how close this vigil is to his school that sherman elementary on wednesday shortly before 8 o'clock. he was so close to reaching safely to his school. he was actually in the cross walk at this time. at that time, i should say when 2 cars collided into each other. ricocheted and then hit him right in the cross walk to. the accident. so horrific. james and darya that he
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couldn't even be rushed to the hospital. he died at the scene here. yesterday was veterans day. so the kids were not inside the classrooms. a lot of people did turn out on wednesday later on in the day and most certainly yesterday on thursday when they could come down here and put this vigil up. >> the investigate. the cause of the crash still under investigation. reportedly speed could have been a factor. this is franklin notorious for speeding down here. they don't know if those 2 cars were speeding. but if they were, they could face charges. this san francisco, the traffic commission, the people behind all of this. they are looking to see if they can do something to slow down the drivers regardless if speeding was a factor in this accident because they know that historically in the past there have been accidents because of speeding. in fact, james and darya zeman's death at 30 years old. it's the 12th pedestrian accident in san francisco. and look at this site. this is a sign that some
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drivers might be able to peek over when they're driving down. and this as a driver killed our neighbor here. 2 days ago. back to you. thank you very much. well. >> 7.10 right now and 5 people were hurt during a protest at the golden gate bridge. and this is the moment when it happened. there was a car that smashed into a street street sweeper. it look at the bottom right. your screen. you can see all the protesters behind that point of the accident. well, 2 of the victims were hit were police officers and they were injured, not life threatening. and then the other 3 victims were golden gate bridge district employees. also just minor injuries, which is a good thing. take a look at earlier when the protests started at the welcome center of the bridge and at one point the protesters to try to cross the bridge. but authorities would not let them there were hundreds of people there protesting what they consider to be mandates and government
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overreach and these vaccination requirements. one man died and another was injured in an apartment fire in brentwood, zeroing in on where this happened on nancy street. and when crews got there, that's when they went in and discovered the 2 men. one was revived at the scene. but the other didn't make it. and a dog also died in that fire. it's not clear yet what started the fire. >> we'll take a break. it is 7.12 still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news to people looking to become oakland's next. mayor have responded. now to the recent rash of gun violence will tell you what they had to say about that. plus, a bay area woman gives birth in her own front yard was all caught on their doorbell camera. we'll tell
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>> good day to get outside and going into the weekend, yeah, really has yesterday was much of the same. if you liked yesterday, you're going to love today. outside in most of our live camera shots around the bay area. we're seeing of the sunshine already a shining bright and mostly clear skies depending upon where lou look at this. a nice clear shot at sfo and we're going to just more clearing as we get into of the afternoon hours a little bit of patchy fog along the coast. but all of that is set to dissipate said near the noontime hour temperatures right now. 40's and 50's they're starting to gradually move. we're at 52 degrees and hayward 56 in berkeley. nevado currently coming in at 50
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degrees. all these temperatures, though, are going to replaced by some warm ones mostly in the 70's and it's all thanks to the high pressure, the sunshine. above seasonal average temperatures that said this pressure is going to be sticking with us through the next couple of days and it's going to be a gorgeous weekend in store and and no rain in the forecast. all of that's going steer clear of the bay area and remain to the far north of us all the way through the weekend. so if you have outdoor plans or you don't yet definitely want to make some because it's going to be just a beautiful weekend to a head outside and enjoy all that sunshine. so the temperature break down today. this is what it looks like. a quick peek at your highs a little bit actually higher by a degree or 2 and a lot of spots versus yesterday like in downtown san jose. we're expecting a high of 76 74 along the east bay shoreline throughout hayward into fremont 72 for the high in downtown oakland. you're going to be heading in towards a san francisco expect 70 degrees under mostly sunny skies and again expected
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through the rest of the weekend. inland temperatures in the low to mid 70's around the bay low 70's and then we're looking at coastal temperatures mainly in the low to mid even upper 60's by sunday for back and thanks for that. all right. so we've got an accident. this is in mountain view. >> north now want to one in south dallas street. we've got one lane there that's currently blocked. so we are starting to see slight delays along one. oh, one looks like it's spilling over along to 37 as well. we checking the conditions on the bay bridge. looks like they were able to get that disabled vehicle and that person who was walking near the center anchorage of the bridge. maybe they had a stalled out car. they were trying to get help looks like all of that has been taking care of. so drive times are going down. we were at over 30 now at about 24 to make it to that fremont street exit heading across towards the peninsula under 60 minutes. today is your day today. then yesterday for sure richmond center fell as you're heading out of richmond, a little under 17 minutes and highway 4
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pretty slow. 39 minutes from one, 60 traveling along to 2.42 in concord. darya james, back to you. thanks. lot. 7.17 for your money. a new car prices surged to a record high last month and buyers are pan over sticker price now and jnj is splitting into 2 companies. jane king is live at nasdaq with those stories and more so j and j how they're going to do it. haha. >> good question. and they say they don't know exactly what they're going to call this company. but it is a splitting into 2 separate companies. i'm sure the johnson will stay around somehow it so well known one company will focus on the consumer brands. so listerine band-aids, baby powder or things like that. the other one on the pharmaceutical medical device business 2 separate customer base is entirely and they just think they'll get more value. if they split 2 companies airports and roads likely be more busy. this thanksgiving than last year. so we do going to triple a a 13% jump in travel 53 and a half million people will be traveling air
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travel expect to be at 80% compared to last year. and despite gas prices being high. most people will be driving this thanksgiving will the average new car price, a sort of $46,000. the transaction price for new vehicles is up 13% from last year. prices were boosted by higher luxury prices and also more people buying suvs and pickup trucks. 40's gas prices only $0.2 away from hitting an all-time high. retail prices in the state. averaging 4.65 per gallon and that's just $0.2 of the all-time high hit in 2000, 12. according to triple a well real christmas trees are in short supply this year. so experts say you might want to get one early. the shortages are result of small farmers going out of business during the pandemic. then also drought and fires, particularly in the west prices will likely be higher to live from the nasdaq. i'm jane king back to area. >> i got a little tiny one that i put on top of a little chat i put on top of my counter. >> no shortage there have a
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good weekend. >> 7.20 is the time and happening today we have britney spears may finally now be free from the people that have been controlling her life. there's going to be hearing in la today to decide whether to end her conservatorship. her father was in charge of her finances for the last 14 years. but that ended in september when a judge suspended her father from controlling her money and another person has taken over the conservatorship. since then. britney is expected to appear at the hearing by video like, you know how it all turns out. meanwhile, in other national news, a defense attorney for one of the 3 men on trial for the killing of ahmaud arbery tried to have the judge limit the number of black pastors in the courtroom. take a listen. >> obviously there's only so many pastors 2nd half and the fact that in the past is al sharpton right now. that's fine. but then that's it. more black package coming here for other jesse jackson, whoever
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was in was here earlier this week saying with the victim's family trying to influence a jury in this case. and i'm not saying the state is even aware that mister sharpton was in the courtroom. i certainly wasn't aware of it until last night. think the poor can understand my concern about bringing people in who really don't have ti s to this case other than political interest. >> well, he also said that he was concerned that the presence of black pastors could potentially intent intimidate or unduly influenced the jury. the judge says that he's not going to be making any blanket ruling about who can be in the courtroom or not. father and son greg and travis mcmichael and their neighbor. william bryan, they're all charged with murder in that february twenty-twenty killing of ahmaud arbery defense attorneys say that travis mcmichael fired in self-defense. >> it's 7.21, and the defense has rested in the murder trial of kyle rittenhouse. the 18 year-old shot and killed 2 men and wounded a 3rd using an
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assault rifle and a black lives matter protest in kenosha, wisconsin last year. rittenhouse says that he shot the man in self-defense, closing arguments are expected to begin on monday. >> we'll take a break at 7.22 coming up on the kron 4 morning news, the cdc warning about a new threat this morning. it has nothing to do with covid. we'll tell you about worries about the will explain.
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>> 7 7.24 is have right now. knock knock. with me. was there new baby hill. new baby on your front lawn. yeah, there's the new baby that just couldn't wait. obviously they didn't plan it to happen this way. but emily johnson gave birth to baby thomas on the front lawn of her home. the delivery. >> obviously caught everybody off guard. it was all caught i there. the delivery because the ring that gets the delivery man. in this case it was the delivery mom. yeah. take a look. >> know >> so you see the in the driveway. they were trying to make it to the car. yes. and that baby didn't want to wait. hope. in fact, it only took it was like 5 minutes. it's a good think that she just said, ok, front yard. is her mom
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arrived and then the fire truck. as you can see, paramedics arrived. it was about 12 minutes later. all don are there's mom, dad and little thomas. >> mom said that dad was able to cut the umbilical cord to here. take a listen. >> no one was expecting him to be born that have definitely i dad. got to cut the umbilical cord, the scalpel on the front yard. >> it's >> different than mulling a front yard, right. can can you cut the lawn? no, but i'll cut the umbilical cord how where and what a story they have now go forward. you were born on the front lawn. little how crazy is that? it is like i don't know what drew. let's start thinking of the names right. funny. he big enough and with the middle name they could. i don't know. green raining lawn. something the figure it out. surprise 7.26 right now. coming next on the kron 00:00am morning news. we've got breaking news at sarah's covering. >> yeah. we're following this breaking news overnight. 3
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babies in 3 separate incidences are safe after the car they were in were stolen. i've got the late there's this feeling we chase... like someone upped the brightness on the entire world. like your body is super-charged, but your mind is super calm. it feels like 20/20 vision for your whole being. and we'll chase this feeling, until we can feel it... one. more. time. feel the hydrow high.
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outside old. you were just looking at his pictures and is good enough for me. i would love to be on mount and taking the shots that looks that looks like a painting james, you would to be on that to me would have to actually move your feet. their class. >> drive up. you'd have know walking up yeah. that's the
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problem that early for sunrise. that's quite a haul now, sand, you used and that it's more we've got her in the weather center with more on that court just looking day rebecca payne guys. well, it's going to even more gorgeous as we get into the afternoon. but yes, we will take it. we're going to see sunshine and 70's around the bay area. >> and mostly clear skies and even into of the entire weekend outside right now. i'm looking at a nice a live camera shot over the embarcadero. and we're seeing it's a pretty clear. they're a little breezy, of course, but a nice shot of the treasure island in the background and the bay bridge and the sun is only going to get brighter and warmer for us. look at san francisco. going to be a high of 70 today. 72 in downtown oakland and a nice warm 76 in san jose. so trying to make those plans get outside and i will have what your weekend forecast looks like coming up in my seven-day around the bay. thank you so much for that. all right. we've been tracking accident. >> but it also looks like we have an overturned tractor trailer westbound it highway
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12 east of 84 in rio vista. so we're watching that closely. but another accident here in mountain view northbound one. oh, one south of ellis street. so we are seeing delays along one a one and 2.37 as well heading into the city right now. look back to 20 minutes and under earlier we were at 30 minutes, we had a disabled vehicle. so i got out of their vehicle on the bay bridge. so they've been able to get that off the bridge, the vehicle and that person safely off. looks like so now drive times are starting to go back down just a bit. 60 minutes as you head across towards the peninsula. there and the richmond, sandra fell commutes also slowing down a little under 19 as you travel out of richmond darya james, back to you. thank you, greg. >> so breaking news from overnight we've learned about 3 now 3 incidents involving a child that was abducted in a car that was carjacked. all of them here in northern california. all 3 kids are safe. want to get front and center nobody hurt well, it wasn't a coincidence or were they connected at least the 2 of the bay area. we're close enough to one up in auburn.
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obviously different the people the suspects were caught. >> but conquered and pittsburgh. investigating whether of this is somehow connected and i don't know because they don't feel responsible are still at large. let's get to the newsroom right now. kron 4. sarah stinson has been following the very latest on this. and you've been in. >> direct contact with concord pd trying to find out the latest. sarah. yeah. i mean, they were rattled by this as well. and of course, they have to cross everything off the list. and so they're not knocking anything yet, but we're waiting on the latest. but this is what we know. we know that another baby was stolen in a car. >> that stolen last night before the parents eyes. take a look. we have video of the emotional moments. the mother was reunited with her baby holding her for dear life. the 4 month-old baby was in the car last night at 10. '03, when someone jumped in and took off with the baby still inside the parents stepped out of the car for a moment before they knew the car baby. both gone. police say it was a
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terrifying call to get, but they found that baby 20 minutes later concord police say they can not believe there were 2 car stolen with babies inside in just one night in the bay area. the other happened in pittsburgh. the father and baby reunited right now and we can see video of the suv were talking about where the baby girl was in the back rooms. both were stolen the this morning the police are still looking for the woman who stole the suv with her baby inside. police say the woman jumped into the father's suv and drove away with his daughter after the woman was denied a cigarette. the baby's father was outside of the car at the time talking to someone but left the car engine running the amber alert was issued. police got tob work. and finally found the suv and the baby. the woman abandoned the car and the baby inside. it was happened around 7.30 when they found on a parking lot near some apartments in pittsburgh. the girl was found after people heard her screaming and crying the suspected car thief is
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described as a white woman with blond hair in her 30's with a face tattoo on the left side. she has not been found yet. so concord. police working alongside pittsburgh police on a very similar case. of course, they have to investigate are the 2 connected. and we know what the description is of the pittsburgh case. but concord police right now they're going around to the area of where this happened, getting surveillance video trying to get us the latest and hopefully we can share that with you this morning. for now live in the newsroom. sarah stinson back to. so right now we're just wondering if they're connected because of the proximity right contacts for timing. maybe a couple hours apart. yeah. i mean, just a couple hours apart. it just in this doesn't happen every day. so of course they have to look into it. >> is it likely hopefully not. but you have to investigate it. all right, lou, it. all right. thank you very much there. and then there's the other one that coat definitely was a coincidence, but because it was far away in auburn and they caught the 2 women involved in this one. they
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took a so a car with a 7 month-old baby inside. yeah. in auburn because the parents are dropping off at child care. yeah. >> and that's when the 2 women jumped in the car drove off and again, that baby in the backseat. but like with the other instance, the baby's just 5. but these women led police on a chase down highway one 93. they ended up crashing into a utility pole. that's the scariest part. and you can kind of see how the roads are and there's the crash scene. luckily, again, the baby not heard one woman was arrested right away. the other one that took off on foot and that's when they had to bring in the helicopter. and here you can see the night vision video about half hour later, they finally caught up with her in the woods and arrested just amazing that that baby was unhurt with the crash and that's we're so fortunate about the end of that story. >> all right. 7.35 is the time right now. to people running for mayor of oakland are weighing in on the gun violence, the city we told you yesterday right here on the kron 00:00am morning news about 3 different shootings that took place in oakland in just a 12 hour period and now 2 mayoral candidates have
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their idea of how to curb gun violence. >> it is important that we have a law enforcement presence to hold the line while we are also investing to address the root causes that lead to the public safety challenges we face. i have fought for better public safety. >> we fought for historic investments in violence. prevention is always important that if we can prevent this from happening before it happens. that is what we should do. >> so far as of today, the city of oakland has had a 119 homicides this year. >> to the east bay now where richmond mayor tom is accusing fellow city council members of plotting a coup. this comes a day after the council voted to condemn him for comments he made recently about the richmond city manager. the issue all stems from the mayor's newsletters which he posts regularly on his website and on several occasions the mayor was disparaging toward the job performance of the city manager laura and also to
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the city attorney teresa stricker tuesday. the council voted to direct the city attorney to censor the mayor for improperly disclosing attorney client information. well, the mayor responded and here's a portion of what he had to say. it says, quote, as a city council member and mayor. i have a duty to be critical if warranted of the city manager and let her know when and how her actions fall below what i believe the community expects. the city attorney's we know is already resigned is expected to leave office in january. in the south bay san jose police have arrested a man who's accused of committing crimes while acting as a spiritual healer. 42 year-old, jorge never ready is accused of crimes, including the rape of a child under the age of 15 police say it happened between october of last year and august of this year. it's unclear right now where he was serving as a spiritual healer or if there are more victims out there. but all that is now being investigated. >> for your help this morning. the cdc says don't forget
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about the measles, make sure that you get your child vaccinated for it more than 22 million babies have missed getting their measles shot because of the pandemic and measles is one of the most contagious viruses known. the cdc says that the measles vaccination programs prevent about 30 million deaths worldwide every year. so make sure kids get that shot. also a lot of people are getting your kids. the covid shot now and in the north bay, there are some clinics that are opening at 3 schools in sonoma county. so want to let you know about those because they're new. today's locations healdsburg fitch mountain elementary school. that's a 3 o'clock. roseland elementary school in santa rosa starting 3, 30 and at 4 o'clock, they're getting good shots out for 5 11 years at dunbar elementary school and glen ellen. we'll take a break. it is 7.38. >> still ahead, the warriors. they've got another game tonight before the show goes on the rover to have a preview of their matchup with the chicago bulls. and after the
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>> i spoke to him. we're back at 7 4441, we've got california now joining a whole new global partnership aimed at reducing fossil fuels. they're calling it. you can see the acronym there beyond oil and gas alliance. that's the name of this new group. it was launched at the climate summit in glasgow scotland
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like yoga. that's right. yeah. the goal is to encourage countries to make that transition get off of oil and gas and get on to something cleaner when it comes to energy. governor newsome says that climate change is of course, a big problem that can't be ignored anymore. and it's beyond california. it's a global problem. but obviously we're very concerned about it here. >> extreme heat extreme while fires extreme drought and a growing recognition of the adverse health effects that climate change is impacting upon our communities as well as increasing financial costs. >> yeah. the governor has pledged to end the sale of new gas cars in california by 2035 and phase out oil production altogether. no later than 2045. we'll be right back.
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at a delightfully different price. get your free quote at >> it's time for the taxing. it is an apple change. the thinking again every time i understand the calendar and the memos. >> and that's all just got an update from my android, 200 and the whole thing is di got to re-learn it anyway. we've got a couple tech stories here to share with you. first off, we've got you to make some changes to the dislike button and we also have instagram trying out a new feature for people who spend too much time on their app. rich demuro has the details. here's what's happening in the tech world. youtube will start to hide the dislike count and or videos. this means when you hit the thumbs down button below a
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video. the person who made that video will still be able to see that. but the total number of dislikes won't be displayed to the public. youtube says it's all in an effort to promote a more respectful relationship between creators and viewers in experiment. youtube found there's a snowball effect. the more dislikes a video has the more people that pile them on youtube users can still use the dislike button to improve their recommendations. instagram is testing. new feature that encourages users to take a break from using its app. the new feature lets you set a time limit of 10 minutes, 20 minutes or 30 minutes. once you've use the app that long. it will ask you if you want to take a break. it would encourage you to do something to reset during this time. like take a deep breath write down what you're thinking. listen to a favorite song or cross something off your to do list. the feature is being tested with a small number of instagram users if it's successful, it will be rolled out more widely next month. a new pair of hair. clippers has a camera built in so you can give yourself the
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perfect cut. even on the back of your head. the cut cam clippers have a pop out rearview camera which streams a live view of the back of your head to your smartphone. the san diego-based creators say millions of people started cutting their own hair during the pandemic and many will continue to do so. a companion app has step-by-step tutorials from master barbers to help you get a great self haircut. the cut cam is being crowdsourced on indiegogo. it's expected to retail for just over $200 when available. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart $200. this mirror is probably a $1.50. you go like this >> you can see that easy are you kidding. here's the razor when josh back from his vacation want to ask him because he's got pretty good at. >> cutting his own. give me $200 and out of the back of your hair. my guys get to the i guess make up for that price
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tag us to like make sure you cut your hair a bunch of times and then that 200 guests will be worth it. we'll see, though. yeah, we need to ask john. >> well outside. right now we're mostly clear skies around the bay area. and also i'm tracking a warmup. we're going to start to some warm temperatures closer to the lunchtime hour. maybe want to enjoy that lunch outside and into the weekend. make sure the have plans to go outside because it's going to continue to be just beautiful around the bay area and warm. so live camera network. we're seeing a gorgeous shot of the golden gate bridge right now in parts of san francisco and the north bay very clear. here it you're waking up just with us now you're waking up to a beautiful morning so far, 60's 70's across san francisco. maybe you're going to take the dog to golden gate park. a high of 67. we're expecting there downtown san francisco, 70 degrees at the coast 60's and even 70 in half moon bay, you're going to be heading out that direction. 72 in millbrae today. south san francisco coming in at 71 degrees and then low to mid 70's as we get through a redwood city and
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woodside and palo alto today warmer than what we saw yesterday expected across your south bay zone. look at campbell, a high of 77. they're definitely going to take the highest temperature mark, so far this morning. mid 70's along the east bay shoreline through hayward union city into fremont. if you're going to be livermore a high of 73 is expected walnut creek 74 as well as danville. and in the 70's continue as we head vacaville and into fairfield napa. you'll be at a high of 72 and then the north bay looks like 60's as we get into stinson beach in mill valley. but then 70's everywhere else to look 74 in petaluma and 74 in nevado reyna. a letter that. all right. so we have a couple of accidents out there. >> this one in mountain view northbound one. oh, one at south ellis street. so we are seeing delays along one. oh, one and 2.37 as well. you got a disabled vehicle causing delays long. 8.80, northbound at a south of arena boulevard that's insanely and row. so
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what say you can take 5.80 or one 85 if you're trying to get around that. some earlier issues here on the bay bridge. those have since been cleared so a little under 25 minutes to make that drive now to get to that famous to exit. we had a disabled vehicle. somebody got out of their vehicle. and so that really start to slow us down there in the maze. 5.80, eastbound east approval avenue. there's an accident there. so the offer is blocked not seen that much of a delay, a lot 5, a team or so along 8080. and that's just an uptick in traffic there as people are traveling headed across towards the peninsula. a little under 18 minutes started. james, back to you. thanks a lot a 7.50. let's talk sports. the warriors back at the chase center tonight. they are. they're going to have a game against the chicago bears of got the forty-niners. >> they're getting ready for their monday night football game against the rams. here's sports director jason dumas. the forty-niners were back at work prepping for the rams on monday. night get this both
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teams may roster moves at the wide receiver position. >> the niners cut jalen hurd while the rams signed this guy odell beckham junior. i think both moves are pretty on par right. the move actually are truly in the cave of the direction. each team is trending, which begs the question, will the niners plays with the sense of urgency to do this that definitely. there's a big hunger to win i think is a huge sense urgency. >> i think when i think our guys have been through more than that group of and they've had more so there's a different type of disappointment, a different type of frustration. but hunger the energy. that's all still there. when you do have losses and things like that. it's it hurts. but. >> i don't i don't we're in right way. you are trending in the right direction. could because your expectations are going up. and i think that and our locker room as a whole guys have that mindset have that feeling. and we just have to, you know, go execute now. >> believe it or not, i hadn't even seen that sound bite and
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i said they're trending in a bad direction. he says in a good direction. i guess we'll see on monday. anyway. buster posey may have retired, but the honors keep coming. he won his 5th silver slugger award posey hit 3, '04 with 18 home runs this evening helping leading the giants to a franchise record, a 107 wins and a division title. it's 5 silver sluggers are the second most in giants history behind yours truly barry bonds who had 9 know, you've been close. the warriors put on a show wednesday night at the chase center. >> it looked like at dunk contest. at one wiggins led the way with 35 points that filthy too. the dubs close out the season. hi, eight-game homestand friday night against the chicago bulls who will be without center nikola vucevic who tested positive for covid draymond green. he's questionable with a thigh contusion. the bulls. they're tied for second best record in
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the nba behind your golden state warriors. >> they've got weapons now in and the pieces of the puzzle. set really well. no, i haven't watched them a time as i said, all watch the more today. but just a. you know, from afar. is it. it looks like everything's clicking much going to be great when they're playing great basketball. we're playing great >> i'm sees over there. so i'm i'm i'm glad to the matchup against a c. >> does he just looked like a kid at christmas excited. that was horrible out there right now and the rest team can't wait to get out there again. 7 o'clock tonight tipoff against the chicago bulls. >> we wish them well. that's forty-niners on monday. that's when you know, they're doing what they love and they're just like yea. i get to play right-back.
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>> all right. we are back and so is the chabot space and science center in oakland, reopening after being closed for more than 18 miles. it said nasa is landing like, what are they look you know, glenn, they are they're going to have nasa researchers out there as part of their grand opening again federal to get you shuttle well. i'll tell you, kind of like it because when kids were young enough, they did field trips out there. yeah. and they actually did like mission control and like space shuttle simulations yeah. they all got to participate in the missions,
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seeing the cool kids to the filter. but i didn't go. that one was like, oh, you guys go to this space thing passed a law in any way they can open up a 10 o'clock this morning. they're going to speeches balloons. all fun. all right. 7.56 coming up in the next hour. call this fun, but it has a happy ending. a woman gave birth in her front yard and we are going to show you the little bouncing baby. yes, and also update you on the bizarre series of stories. >> cars stolen with babies inside. they're all ok. we'll inside. they're all ok. we'll have t genexa is the first clean medicine company. well i don't want some wimpy medicine. well i don't trust medicine made by suits. -well i hate being sick. -well we're vegans. with gluten allergies. is genexa right for me? yes! look for genexa, the first clean medicine company.
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>> heartbreaking morning for students and teachers at san francisco's sherman elementary as they head back to class at this very moment. but sadly their teacher will not will tell you exactly what's going on in a live report to help the students deal with the tragedy. >> and we're following breaking news from overnight. 3 babies in 3 separate incidences are safe after the cars. they were in were stolen right in front of their parents. i've got the latest details on each coming up in a live report from the newsroom. >> and a reward now offered to find the gunman behind a toddler who was shot and killed on 8.80 in oakland. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at


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