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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news heading. >> for the second time in 2 weeks. a deadly shooting on an east bay freeway. tonight we're learning who was in the car that got and a human trafficking investigation. stretching from honduras to san leandro. we'll have the latest on the 2 suspects. >> in custody. eligibility is expanding again. why every adult in america may soon be able to get a booster shot. thank you for joining us tonight on kron 4 news today. i'm catherine heenan in for pamela. and i'm ken wayne. the highway patrol says a woman is dead after a fatal freeway
shooting on westbound interstate 80 just east of the bay bridge toll plaza. they say this happened about 9.15 this morning. detectives are investigating. >> kron. first, amanda hari is live with what we know so far, including who else was in that car. amanda. >> chp says the woman that was killed was sitting in the front passenger seat when their car was hit by gunfire inside that car was also another man. he was the driver as well as 2 children. luckily those other 3 individuals were all uninjured. >> california highway patrol officers shut down. part of i 80 heading into the city during the rush hour commute thursday morning after dispatch received this the shooting was just east of the bay bridge toll chp has confirmed that a woman was killed in the shooting.
>> that woman was in this maroon and gray suv that appears to have a window blown out chp says she was in the front passenger seat. the driver was a man and there were 2 juveniles in the car. they're all uninjured. it happened near the end of the morning commute around 9.15 chp says detectives from their golden gate division. special investigation unit were on the scene. the closed several lanes of westbound. i 80 to search for evidence. you can see those lanes shut down on your screen and traffic moving slowly in the open lanes. all lanes were reopened several hours later. >> chp has not released any suspect information just yet. they say they're actively investigating this situation and they're asking the public for any help solving it. they say if anyone saw something or has any information to reach out to chp live in san francisco. amanda hari kron 4 news.
>> and this is the second deadly shooting on oakland freeways in as many weeks november 6.23, month-old jasper. wu was hit and killed by a stray bullet while riding in a car on 8.80, police do not believe that car was being specifically targeted. they have not made any arrests. >> and we're following developing news out of hercules where a man has been hospitalized after a shooting at a mall parking lot. >> police say it happened about noon at the willow shopping grand avenue center off. i 80 officers found a man who'd been shot several times. he was airlifted to a local hospital. police did find a gun at the scene. no arrests have been made and police are not yet releasing details on a possible suspect or getaway car kron four's dan thorn is following this story. we'll have the latest developments tonight on kron 4 news at night, staying in the east bay. 2 people died in a shooting early this morning in oakland. it happened in the 400 block of 17th street.
>> not far from lake merritt just after midnight. police say they arrived on the scene found a male and a female victim both open residents dead at the scene. police have not announced any suspect information. this was the city's 100 21st and 100 22nd homicides of the year. anyone with information is asked to call oakland police and oakland city councilmember announced a new plan to try to stop the uptick in violence in that city council member lauren taylor who is running to become opens next. mayor says he has 5 goals that he says will reduce the rate of crime in oakland. here they are. number one, doubling the solve rate of violent crimes. it's only about 30% for homicides cutting in half the number of unanswered 911 calls doubling the capacity of successful violence, interruption and crime deterrence programs. reducing disparities in public safety response between different communities across oakland and alameda county and finally adequately investing in community. mental health services. the city of oakland
has seen more than as we mentioned, a 122 homicides so far in 2021. >> an armed robbery of a cannabis delivery drivers causing concern avenue in martinez. that happened as the driver was dropping off a cannabis shipment at the embark cannabis dispensary about noon wednesday. martinez police say the delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint by 3 men wearing masks, 2 of them have semiautomatic weapons. people who live in that area are shaken by what happened. >> it's not a daytime soap. you know, we can expect these things with that necessarily like that. so it is concerning and onset wherever you get harmed by, you know. yeah, at noon, this. people very that c. >> and a surprise. what teenage very safe. >> a source tells kron 4 that this was an unscheduled delivery and when the security guard came out to investigate what was going on store
employees were alerted the dispensary. you went into lockdown. nobody was hurt. police say the 3 men took off in a newer model. black honda sedan with a small debt above the rear license plate. they did get away without a lot of marijuana were told and some of the drivers personal possessions. >> the biden administration is halting enforcement of the covid vaccine requirement for businesses as litigation over the issue continues last week, the 5th circuit court of appeals ordered osha to take no action to enforce a mandate that requires businesses with more than a 100 employees to ensure that all of those employees are vaccinated against covid or at least tested every week. the justice department says it plans to fight back against a court order. so enforcement may resume, but until then, the white house says it's encouraging businesses to be vigilant in fighting the pandemic. >> 60% of businesses are moving forward with measures. they keep their workplaces
safe passage to businesses right now is to move forward with measures that will make their workplaces safer. >> the court ruling only specify that osha stop enforcing the vaccine requirement. the ruling did not direct businesses not to implement it. opponents of the vaccine will make the u.s. labor shortage worse. however, dozens of health care groups agree with the biden administration saying businesses should still implement the vaccine requirement to stem the spread of covid ahead of the holiday season. >> federal health officials are set to expand a booster recommendations to all eligible adults ahead of the holiday season. we're talking a nationwide are expected to authorize pfizer booster shots for all that probably will happen this week. the cdc could meet tomorrow to review safety information. if approved boosters would be available nationwide to and the adult has had a second dose of the vaccine. at least 6 months ago. california has already cleared the way a lot elidgible adults to get
boosters any california resident, 18 and older can get one. again. if it's been long enough since the first shots. >> all across the bay area today kaiser permanente workers are on the picket lines to support engineers who are striking for a better contract. engineers and union members have been on strike for the last 2 months amid contract negotiations, citing alleged unfair labor practices and pay in total. it's about 40,000 people a striking that includes kaiser employees such as on mental health professionals, nurses, optometrists pharmacists and others all standing with their engineering, what they call brothers and sisters. >> all about patient care at the end of the day, we are out here fighting for a contract for these local 39 engineers because we engineers to perform their duties within this facility and to take care of the equipment so that we can get quality of care to the patient.
>> kaiser says the sympathy strikes throughout the bay area and sacramento sacramento won't help patients and bring the engineers and kaiser any closer to an agreement. kaiser says if you have an appointment during the strike. there's no need to contact them if they can't get to you, they will contact you. in the north bay teachers could soon go on strike and rohnert park. >> more than 90% of the local teachers union voted to authorize that strike. that is if no agreement is reached with the cotati rohnert park unified school district union leaders say the average pay is much lower than the state average and they want a new agreement that would make a teacher salaries. a bigger chunk of the budget that strike could happen early next year. if no agreement is reached. and cbs has announced today it's planning to close a total of 900 stores over the next 3 years and the first 300 stores will start to close
next spring. cbs says it's been looking into things like changes in population, consumer buying patterns, future health needs employees at the stores which will be closed reportedly will get a chance to relocate or to work in another capacity with cvs. the company has not yet detailing which stores will close. now to our 4 zone forecast after kind of a great day. but we're taking a live look over san francisco. that's an interesting shot because he can see a cloud or little fog. just at the bottom of the lens there looking down on the city. lawrence, is that what we're looking some fog down below. and we've got some rain clouds. >> up above and those rain clouds. yeah. trump in a few showers around the bay area this evening and continuing to see that as the temperatures really cooled off today with all that cloud cover cold front rolled back to town. here we go. looking for the east bay hills. lot of clouds out there right now. everywhere you go. and here's your front coming on shore. most of heavy rain located in northern california. this kind of a weak system coming through. you can see kind of
rag tag as it's moving through the bay area now. but we do have places that are seeing some downpours. we're seeing that along the peninsula right now in toward half moon bay spreading along just south of san mateo. now and further south. you can see some of those showers in redwood city. pretty good downpour there. moderate amounts of rain stretching back across over nada and also the half moon bay and then across the bay, some scattered light showers popping up near hayward right now and stretching into dublin. you've got a pretty decent sell there. just your west dublin. so you're going to see the rain picking up here in the next couple of minutes. and that's kind of the way from playing out more widely scattered showers and steady rainfall with this system. and that's how this is going to work out with this kind of storm system. so tomorrow we'll likely see some more scattered showers in the morning, especially lot of cloud cover out there. i think we'll see mostly cloudy skies all day long. highs are only going to be in the 50's and the 60's and then we start to get into the weekend and things change high pressure builds in temperatures going to warm up a little more sunshine on saturday and sunday, another chance of rain come next tuesday looks like a dry thanksgiving day. thank
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>> california's attorney general is leading a nationwide investigation into instagram. this will. >> focus on the impact. instagram has on young people. 6 other states are joining california and this investigation. the aim is to determine whether the company broke the law or put the public at risk by targeting young people on its platform. it comes after a whistleblower at facebook released information finding that instagram use increased the risk of physical and mental health problems and young people. >> leaders of california's high-speed rail project say the recently passed federal infrastructure package could help a lot. the bullet trains authority board met today during which the rails ceo said the bill would provide big opportunities for the state in the country's largest rail project. >> it's a huge, huge development. california. i
think for this project going for the federal government to step up put this level of funding on the table is truly historic. >> the leader of the state's 100 billion and counting. bullet train project noted that the legislation provides about 58 billion dollars over 6 different programs that are up for grabs. the ceo says rail authority is ready to compete for some of that money. but didn't say an exact amount project leaders are aiming to complete the segment in the central valley between fresno madera at the end of next year with planning under way to connect san francisco and los angeles by the year 2030. >> a south bay college professor turned are some suspect was indicted today. 47 year-old gary maynard of san jose. he's facing charges of arson to federal property and setting a timber fire. he's accused of going on an arson spree near the dixie fire while it was still burning he
talked criminology of sonoma state university. investigators say he started at least 4 fires in late july and early august. if he is convicted, he faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for each arson cast the longest partial lunar eclipse. a nearly 600 years. it's going to be happening tonight into tomorrow morning, depending on whether it will be seen across the nation here in the west will start just after 11:00pm will reach full eclipse about 01:00am friday. so, you know, we're going to ask lawrence are going to see any of yeah, it is going to be a tough go seeing the eclipse tonight. we've got that cold front coming in. you see those clouds rolling across the bay area. now, the one thing we've got going for us. this is not a really strong system. so. >> it's kind of fcr apart as it moves in the bay area. there's a chance you might catch a couple of glimpses of the eclipse as it rolls on through overnight tonight. it should be a beautiful sight
to. you can see the moon change color. it gets kind of that reddish can orange hue to it. when you get a lunar eclipse like this in this one to a fantastic one. if you can find a little clear spotted between the clouds. that's the big give. it's going to last 2, almost 3 and a half hours. that is a long eclipse. the longest lunar eclipse in some 600 years. so if you can sneak outside and check out the moon tonight. we're looking at the clouds over the bay area right now mainly dry out over the golden gate bridge. but things are changing here. look at the storm. that's rolling in. and you can see just scattered showers popping up. but you do have some areas you start to see some yellow showing up on the doppler radar. those are moderate amounts of rainfall showing up now stretching across parts of the bay making its way toward the east bay now headed toward the freeman area. so tonight, cloudy skies a few scattered showers popping up around the bay area tomorrow. going to be similar. start of the scattered showers are real possibility. then we're going to dry out the afternoon. the front's going to kind of move on through going to scoot on by the kind of fall apart as it moves on by and that's going to behind
a lot of moisture. i think we're talking about fog tomorrow. want to show this to you. we've got this chance showers overnight tonight. then we dry out for the weekend. that's the good news. but a change in the weather model. now as we get into next week and i'm watching this closely. there you go. we may be into some rain as we get into tuesday. of course, tuesday and wednesday. some of the busiest travel days of the year. of watching very closely. let you know that all works out still things up in the air, so to speak, with that storm. so the space. lawrence, thank you very much. well, we have an important recall to tell you about. toyota is recalling recently made camry models. this after a problem was discovered with the braking system. 227,000 camrys made in 2018 2019. >> are affected by this recall. toyota says the problem is with the power assist system which can wear out prematurely. people with those cars will be notified toyota. we'll fix the problem free and we have details on kron. 4 dot com.
>> the driving vehicles could be helping to deliver your papkages across the country. this holiday season. ups is expanding its partnership with google's waymo to test the delivery capabilities of its autonomous trucks. driverless trucks. the partnership was previously exclusive to waymo. self-driving minivans deliveries using these trucks will take place in texas where waymo work with ups on freight routes between dallas and houston. this is all part of a larger plan for waymo to build its own commercial freight business. jury deliberations wrapping up for a 3rd day in kenosha, wisconsin. we're on verdict. watch as the trial of kyle rittenhouse continues. >> also a lot of concern about the flu as we head into the holidays. why some health officials say this flu season globally could be. >> worse than the covid pandemic. for your health
tonight. health officials fear the coming flu season could be worse in covid has been and that the world isn't ready to handle it. a report by an independent body of medical experts called the academy says world governments have to coordinate a start now to develop next generation flu vaccines. it also recommends making enough for underdeveloped nations. that group says as bad as the covid pandemic has been a flu major a major flu outbreak could affect many more people the
flu pandemic of 19 18 caused at least 50 million deaths around the world. pediatricians are encouraging parents and guardians to get their children vaccinated if they haven't already. >> and reporter jennifer seelig sat down with one doctor to get some answers for concerned. parents. here's what the doctor had to say. >> one by one kids across the capital region have been getting their first dose of the covid-19 vaccine as a pediatrician. this is music to my little ears. doctor jim sapper stone can't emphasize enough on how important it is to vaccinate the 5 to 11 age group asap. the covid vaccine to children at the same time that they get a flu vaccine or any other vaccines. there's no need to wait. >> he says the availability isn't the issue. it's easing the minds of the parents that has been the real challenge giving this vaccine out to
this. >> 25 or 30% of the population that has been an emmy in ice will drastically reduce the number of hospitalized cases. it will drastically reduce the spread. >> these are just a few common questions. parents are asking many moms and dads are skeptical about the shot and wonder what the risks are leaving their child unvaccinated state health experts say those who are unvaccinated have the greatest risk of infection. this includes people of all ages, including children and there have been questions about the dos amount children 5 to 11 will receive a smaller dose than adults and adolescents. 12 and older doctor sapper stone says it's rare for a child to get the wrong dosage and it won't necessarily affect them. and you know what, if they get a full dose. >> it's not the end of the world either. you know, you can boost the immune system enough. >> and parents want to know what's the aftermath. what are
the possible side effects after their kid gets the shot like any shot. there's a little bit of red dust in the arm. there's a little bit of fever. there is a keen us. >> nothing major. so you can expect the same kind of effect. the to do other vaccines reporting jenn seelig. >> next. tonight at 8 o'clock. a human trafficking investigation that goes through several countries before 2 arrests were made in san leandro. what we're learning tonight about the suspects. also the wisconsin judge who threw a journalist out of the courtroom today. we'll have the latest drama and the trial of kyle rittenhouse and levi stadium getting a later curfew not everybody is happy about the everybody is happy about the new deal. we' when that car hit my motorcycle,
>> our top story tonight at 8.30, east bay. authorities are investigating a human trafficking case involving a 17 year-old girl from honduras. police have arrested 2 san leandro residents. they are accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting the girl and forcing her into prostitution. kron four's. dan kerman has been following up on this case. he has the latest from san leandro. >> wanted lauren margaret wilson have been arrested and charged with human trafficking and forcible rape. >> of a 17 year-old girl from honduras. aguilar has also been charged with kidnapping that girl. police say they kept her in a shed in the back of the san leandro home. >> you never know who your neighbors are. you never do
those who live along hutchings drive were shocked to hear about the arrest really quiet over there. another was dead girl locked in that she had been in the backyard. no idea. late last month, aguilar and wilson pleaded not guilty to all charges. court documents indicate the victim was kidnapped at gunpoint by dealer in honduras in january of this year. >> they then traveled to guatemala where police say aguilar first raped the girl from there. they went to mexico where police say she was sold to a coyote who was to smuggle her across the border. police say the coyote sexually assaulted her as well. in may. police say the 17 year-old girl arrived at the san leandro home court documents indicate agular repeatedly raped the 17 year-old over the course of 5 months and eventually forced her into prostitution. police say wilson what participate in the paid acts and set up the encounters. police say during
his interview aguilar admitted to having with the victim. police say the victim eventually confided in aguilar is nice and the nice and the victim told the nieces mother and that's how police ended up finding out. >> the 2 defendants to back in court at the end of the month. insanely under dan kerman kron 4 news. >> a confusing and rather bizarre possible kidnapping case in the north bay. we've now learned the apparent abduction of a 15 year-old girl that triggered an amber alert was a prank according to santa rosa. police, the girl who is believed to have been taken. you can see her on this video right here, man grabbed her and pushed her into a van. this was all a stunt involved her boyfriend and another friend. it all started wednesday afternoon when surveillance video showed that what looked like a kidnapping at an arco station along guerneville road in santa rosa. according to police she was jim in los angeles with her boyfriend and 2 other friends and then returned unharmed to her home in
vallejo yesterday morning or this morning rather, at this point it's unclear if any of those involved will face any kinds of charges. a suspect has been arrested after an unprovoked attack on an elderly man in san francisco. it happened in the inner sunset neighborhood last night in the area of 9th and irving just south of golden gate park. police say 37 year-old aaron rosberg was standing next to the 81 year-old victim when he pushed him to the ground that caused them and hit his head. he was taken to the hospital. people who witnessed the attack detained rosberg until police arrived. investigators say there's no evidence this was a hate crime. the elderly man is expected to be okay. >> we are still on verdict. watch jurors spent a 3rd day deliberating in the kyle rittenhouse murder trial and wisconsin today the judge through an msnbc out of the courtroom. that's after a kenosha. police say somebody claiming to be a producer for msnbc appeared to be following
the bus that was taking jurors away from the courthouse. nbc. the parent company says the man was a freelancer. he was not following the jurors rittenhouse is accused of shooting and killing 2 mentoring protests last year and injuring a 3rd. the defense has asked for a mistrial which the judge has not yet ruled on. the man who killed ahmaud arbery testified today. again, prosecutors pressed travis mcmichael on what they say. our in consistencies between what he told police right after that shooting and statements he made in the following months. >> i've never been through a situation like their reaction trying to get through and trying to be as as factual until details as i could. i just. this is why this is what you got. a tribe in this >> that michael says that he believed arbery had committed a burglary in his georgia
neighborhood. he claims he shot arbery in self-defense. arbery had been jogging in the neighborhood been mcmichael and his father chased him. prosecutors say arbery was unarmed and tried to walk away. and the mcmichaels instigated the violence, not our 4 zone forecast as we step outside and give you a view of san francisco airport on this thursday night and lawrence is back with us. what's coming up next? we'll talk about some rain yet we still got a few showers out there tonight. most that just some light scattered. but we've got some pockets of moderate amounts of rain drops out there. a lot of look out toward. >> the golden gate bridge. you could just see it out there right now with all the clouds out there as well. and some of that fog. i think that fog going to be bigger. she maybe by tomorrow night. still, we're seeing some of that rain moving through right now. most that just widely scattered light showers now pushing across the bay and into fremont, palo alto. you're seeing some rain drops to and stretching all the way to live more right now. most touches very light at this hour. but still there's plenty more to come overnight tonight. we'll see a continuing the moisture
moving in from the north and moving in tomorrow morning. and then i think just kind of falling apart as it comes across the bay area. so a lot of clouds occasionally maybe some light scattered showers around the bay area and then as it falls apart and just leaves all that moisture behind. so by tomorrow night we could see some significant some of that ground fog, which makes it very dangerous to drive. and so we've got to watch out for that. but far as rainfall totals. not much. maybe a 407 inch of rain in san francisco to santa rosa little bit more of the mountain tops otherwise just a drop in the bucket for most parts of the bay area. so not a huge storm system, but it is going to be cool and occasionally a little bit on the wet side for tomorrow and numbers about 50's probably some low 60's as you approach the coastline. maybe some mid 60's in towards san jose next couple days, though, it looks like high pressure going to take over for the weekend. we've got some plans. looks like a nice weekend to watch out for some fog, though, late friday night into saturday next week. it's a little bit iffy. we've got a chance. some showers moving in on tuesday. i dry thanksgiving day long
range models are starting to hint at a significant change in the weather pattern, maybe a whole lot weather wetter as we get in toward the following weekend. guys, back to you. we should launch a complete and total boycott. china's genocide olympics. continued calls to boycott the winter olympics in china. the bipartisan push to take a stand against the host country's human rights violations. >> and making sure you know which toys are safe before you begin your holiday shopping. there's a new list detailing. >> toys considered downright dangerous. >> and you might want to double check what been your tossing your trash into we're clearing up some confusion over recycling after the break.
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your fingers of fast. this movement overall in the human body. scientists found that it takes just 7 milliseconds to snap your fingers. that's more than 20 times quicker than the blink of an eye. they say the secret, of course, is the friction between the thumb and the 3rd finger and can still do. you can >> it's for staff in the warriors. a tough time in the beginning in cleveland until the 4th quarter sports director jason dumas sa
>> developing news at 8.45, you're looking live inside of the house. you're looking live at congress. the houses currently running a rare late night meeting. they are talking about president biden's huge social spending bill build back better. some reports the house will try to get a vote going tonight. it will be late, but they're still at it. we'll be keeping an eye on the session will bring you an update as as it comes in. >> a former nfl running back is facing some domestic violence charges after video showed him brutally beating the mother of his child with the baby in the room. zac stacy, a former new york jets player was caught on home security camera. stacy was visiting his ex-girlfriend and their child at her florida home win. he apparently became enraged. the video is violent and disturbing for that reason. we will not be showing it, but apparently it shows stacy picking the victim up off the couch throwing her
into a tv which then falls on top of her officers say he then picture up like a rag doll and body slammed her on the floor. stacey is now charged with aggravated battery and criminal mischief. investigators say they think he's left florida and they're currently trying to determine his exact whereabouts. president biden facing a lot of pressure from congress to bar us government officials from. >> traveling to china. for next year's winter olympics. both democrats and republicans want to use a diplomatic boycott too protest. the country's human rights practices, including what the biden administration calls a genocide against muslim ethnic groups. but one senator is now calling on the president to completely boycott the olympics. china runs a totalitarian slave state. >> in which they keep hundreds of thousands if not millions of religious and ethnic minorities logs. >> arkansas. senator tom cotton wants to block every
athlete, every biden administration official and corporate sponsor from the winter olympics. others like senator mitt romney are saying no athletes should be allowed to compete. but a growing number of lawmakers are arguing the olympics should the move to some of them say moving to another country which would be easier said than done. the president is still considering whether a diplomatic boycott might happen. the entertainment world will of the entertainment itself will be lasting a little longer for certain. >> concerts and events at levi stadium. the city of santa clara has voted to change controversial curfew that pulled the plug on late night music kron four's rob fladeboe has the details. >> the band's cold play and red hot chili peppers are coming to levi stadium. it's not yet clear which events will be impacted, but the santa clara city council has voted to extend the curfew at the stadium. what i'm hoping is that this opportunity of changing this curfew. >> to 5 times in a year to get
some concerts to, you know, good, good, good concerts that we're going actually make some revenue and get our city back on track against the new curfew will allow the forty-niners who run the stadium to host 5 non nfl events annually that can go until 11:00pm. >> the current curfew as the entertainment ending at 10 on week nights at 11 on friday and saturday in a statement the forty-niners said in part the decision will help grow world class entertainment santa clara and will not only excite those in our community who love live music also generate necessary revenue for the city hotels and businesses but stadium neighbors like patrol lamont want to stick with the old curfew did notice that the concerts are going on for pretty a pretty long and honestly, kind of bothered me when i was trying to sleep. if i live just small gap of the window to open. >> the noise the music pumping to my ears, my head. >> some neighbors worry later hours will mean crowds and traffic will linger longer. bans defied the old curfew
risking fines while others like ed sheeran stayed away. resulting in lost revenue for the city and the forty-niners. i mean, the pandemic has done a lot to our community. >> and i think this is a great way to get our community out of that hole. i mean, the music is want what every month, every other month and only for a saturday sunday. still other stadium neighbors like josh and jeremy more unwelcome the later curfew in the free backyard entertainment that comes with it. >> the wish there would be a curfew on the costs of air traffic overhead at all hours. >> because miami, like 1530, minutes. so it is it airplanes drown out the music say that in santa clara rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> and now kron 4 sports from the 18 t fiber sports desk. >> the best team in basketball trying to finish out the road trip strong tonight was night one of a back-to-back starting
in cleveland memories this organization has in that building to the q we you figure stephan company would have an easy night with the cavs. but that could have been farther from the truth. cleveland jumped out to a 10. nothing lead de wade with 3 of the 17 point, just like dwayne wade except white and really call but valley kept the gov's in the game in the 1st half. he had 14 points in the 1st half for years down by 3 at the break and of the 3rd way. right here. he's going to get the tip in at the buzzer off the missed free throw the is sleepwalking through this one down 13 entering the 4th. but the warriors went on a 17. nothing run to begin to for curry to dealey. i love the connection. they have on the court. we've got ourselves a tie game 3 then steph curry goes to work. you see that on the left side. finishes with the left hand, a lost now, how
about steph getting entry pass in the post. you'll see that very often. he can do it all 8581 does back to the league. kelly finds him in the corner. had 9 points in the 4th quarter finished with 11 got to end. it was steph. his patented step-back 3. he had 9 threes for the 4th time this season he finished with 40 point warriors win, one o 4.89. they are an nba best 13 into. up next, the pistons on friday here. step on that epic 36 to 8 4th quarter it's just. >> a good energy because not only you feeling good making shots. but you find yourself always in the right position, making the right could so much megan rice and even if i'm not the one taking the shot and there's something else. you know, good happened on the back of the plane was because the flow go shot for shot. and
it becomes a lot harder because united still not getting stops we're able to do both. and that's why have 36 to a quarter. kind crazy. >> now, unfortunately this right here was about as much fight as the sharks showed in st. louis. the blues brandon saad scored one of his 2 goals right there louis winds 4 to one the sharks return home saturday to take on the washington capitals. after their best performance of the season monday night against the rams. the forty-niners are doing their best to not have a letdown against the 2, 7, jaguars inf jacksonville on sunday. they were hitting on all cylinders in their 31 to 10 pounding against a team that is considered a legit super bowl contender. now they have a potential trap game on the road. all pro tight end. george kittle said for 5. they cannot afford a little. we
lost a lot already. >> we don't do that anymore. i don't think there's a lot this that we want our best practices a day. just energy wise. i thought we were out there. we are running fast. we're being physical there's no law there is. and lost already. we don't losing more. and we're in a good position. we still have a chance to be in control of are now control of our season. so we don't lose again. and i the team come out this week and a good week of practice. >> before the season. i knew the warriors are going to be much they they revamped their roster a bit. but i can't live been taken aback about. good. they have been so far. the young season, 13 into its amazing how they communicate on the court and that's unspoken in the passing and it's just it's flowing. everything just seems to be connecting they lead the nba in assists. their teamwork and they have the best player in the nba right now. steph curry and. >> we're still waiting for clay in james wiseman, a comeback course plays the headliner. that's going to be a very special night when he
comes back, they're predicting around christmas time. so hopefully that happens and we can all be in the building for that. it's a good year so far for right. thank you, jason. jason. >> coming up, shopping for a perfect present for somebody can be tough. at times. we are here to help you narrow down at least a little bit. the toys, which one group says you should definitely avoid this should definitely avoid this holiday season. when a truck hit my car, should definitely avoid this holiday season. the insurance company wasn't fair. i didn't know what my case was worth. so i called the barnes firm. i was hit by a car and needed help. i called the barnes firm, that was the best call i could've made. i'm rich barnes. it's hard for people to know how much their accident case is worth. let our injury attorneys help you get the best result possible. ♪ the barnes firm injury attorneys ♪ ♪ call one eight hundred, eight million ♪
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risk of suffocation or choking other toys, psych rowers, light appeals case in radio fire spin saucer right there. they can cause impact injuries according to the watchdog group, every 3 minutes a child is sent to the emergency room for a toy related injuries. something to think about shopping for sorry for boarding an open anything called my first hoverboard. there it is. and that board that just doesn't sound. that's why you just get the kids a game of scrabble. oh, well, i'm going its own a time think about defense on the age appropriate got to be careful. everything stressful. everything is something wrong with your kids are not ok because, you it all went down. you know, that's not debatable look is a good one. yeah. all right. like taking thanks, ken. >> catherine. here's what is coming up next on kron, 4 news at 9 and just, you know, it is
a terrible story. got gunfire and the east bay shopping center. >> right in the middle of day. see the scene here trying to figure out what happened. a man is now recovering in the hospital. we have the latest on his condition. also help business owners right. there are reacting to this violent and with the holidays, you know, just right around the corner. tourists will be pouring into the bay area. but one group is doing to protect drivers from car break into the cities. >> hottest tourist spots. i'm vicki liviakis. and i'm grant lotus keep it here. kron 4 news tonight is next.
>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at >> police in east bay tonight are investigating after a man was shot at a strip mall. you see the scene here happened at the willow shopping center in hercules this afternoon. good evening, everybody. thanks for being with us tonight on kron 4 news at 9 o'clock. i'm grant lotus and i'm vicki liviakis. some businesses in the area were also struck by gunfire. >> our kron four's dan thorn live for us in hercules tonight. he joins us now with the very latest. and. >> well, vicki, police are still trying to figure out what led up to this shooting. we do know that one man was found with several gunshot wounds here in the parking lot. he had to be rushed to the hospital. the starbucks behind me here had to be closed down today because a stray bullet struck a window there while people were inside to