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>> now from the area's local news station. this is kron 4 news at 3. >> how the information age first we the jury find the defendant kyle a great each red house not guilty. >> not after nearly 4 full days of deliberations. a long anticipated verdict comes down. kyle rittenhouse is now a free man. thank you so much for joining us here. during kron, 4 news at 3 o'clock on this friday. i'm justine waltman. the now 18 year-old rittenhouse pleaded self-defense in the deadly shootings that became a flashpoint in the nation's
debate over guns and racial justice reporter kelsey current state has a recap now and the reactions that are pouring in. she joins us live from kenosha. good afternoon to you. good afternoon, justine. wow. >> here on the ground quite calm. quite peaceful for the most part, quite a bit of commotion right after he got that verdict from both sides. you know, we had some people saying breaks in the justice as some others saying the constitution is not dead. but right now it's called we do know 500 national guard troops remain to be on. stand by us marshals on standby as well. but again, kyle rittenhouse found not guilty on 5 felony counts. those counts for homicide. attempted homicide reckless endangering after killing 2 men wounding another out. the moment that cow received that news falling down to the ground. just choking up in tears. his attorneys having to pick him up. he's hugging both of them. he was then take n taken by
private team and taken to a private location to keep him safe. and i i spoke to his. >> media person now who says that their main concern right now is keeping him safe and his family safe but also in the courtroom, the victim's family walking out. you can see they're distraught and upset. wendy rittenhouse grabbing her daughter running up the stairs just tears of joy is what we saw here in the courthouse. but you know, others coming out and making statements. the anthony huber, one of the men that died that night. his family made a statement saying we're heartbroken and angry that that kyle's been acquitted on 5 counts. they said that we could not be in the trials what they said because they could not watch their son being murdered. they also said in that statement they continue to hold those and those responsible for this in full force. the governor wisconsin also making a statement saying we must move forward. it is time to heal and let stand united. the
kenosha county district attorney also making a statement saying, we have to respect the jury's verdict and let's move forward. peacefully is what they said. so right now here on the ground near choppers in the sky. but it is for the most part quite calm. there's a couple protesters out there right now and one of those sign says justice not fractured justine so kelsey. well, it is quiet now. are there any plans for protests or gatherings tonight. are there any security concerns going into the evening. >> you know, we really haven't seen any thus far. so right now it's just really coordinating things. it's a moment to moment type thing. so. >> right now, justin things up to be okay. well, you'll keep us posted kelsey, thank you so much for that live report from kenosha, wisconsin. i will. >> and the parents of one of the 2 people shot and killed by rittenhouse says they're heartbroken and angry after today's verdict, karen bloom
and john huber released a statement saying there was no justice today for their son, anthony huber. the statement also reads in part, today's verdict means there is no accountability for the person who murdered our son. it sends an unacceptable message that armed civilians can show up in any town incite violence and then use the danger they have created to justify shooting people in the street. and the attorney representing jacob blake who shooting in kenosha lead to those widespread protests that drew in kyle rittenhouse issued this statement on the verdict today. ben crump wrote if you need yet another example of the 2 justice systems that work in america. look no further than the delayed arrest spectacle of a trial and acquittal of kyle rittenhouse. i pray that this is a travesty of a case. it's just an outlier on our path to a more just system and not a signal of a retreat backwards because simply we cannot afford it. in oakland tonight. we are hearing there will be a
demonstration to condemn the acquittal of kyle rittenhouse. we just got this news into our newsroom. several organizations will be gathering tonight to demand the justice department step in and prosecute him. this group is going to be gathering at 18th street near telegraph and broadway in oakland. it's supposed to start at 6 o'clock tonight. so if you're near downtown, you're being told to ask for your patience because. you can expect some delays. we're going to keep you posted on this developing story and let you know how this goes down tonight during our pride, our coverage. this evening. so we will continue the story throughout our newscast tonight. coming up at 5.30. we will have bay area, criminal defense attorney paula canny to weigh in on the verdict and also tell us what comes next. in the east bay a somber fell well to 23 month-old jasper wu today. his family, how the private traditional buddhist ceremony at the mountain view cemetery in oakland. several law enforcement agencies and
elected leaders were there in attendance. the toddler was hit and killed by a stray bullet in oakland nearly 2 weeks ago. the shooting happened while jasper was caught in the cross-fire of what it police are calling gang-related go fire gunfire along interstate 80. his mother was behind the wheel as they were driving home to fremont. a family spokesperson says they hope this case. we'll bring an end to gun violence. the family also want to express. they do not wish to see anymore. he's kind of killing not only for >> for any you know, some people driving on the street walking down the street on the freeway. we have a day off. >> as of now, there are no suspects in the case and no arrests have been announced. the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce is offering a $10,000 reward for any information that will help solve this case. a reward. they hope will increase in the coming weeks. an investigation is underway after a san
francisco police officer shot and killed the man police are saying just after 8 o'clock this morning. they got a call about a man with a knife on folsom street near 5th street officers arrived on scene and made contact with the suspect. and during this police are saying one of the officers end up shooting the man. who was shot died at the hospital. the holiday travel rush is now on. many people are choosing to start their thanksgiving holiday right now. and kron four's charles clifford has details now from san jose international airport. how's it doing out there today. charles is a busy. >> very busy. so right now i'm on the curb here. medicine to say our national airport. you look behind me there. it kind of comes and goes in waves. people getting dropped off and picked up our bit of a low at the moment. but this has been packed pretty much all afternoon on the airport says it's going to be busy through the entire thanksgiving holiday as people try to get a jump on their thanksgiving travel plans. it's going to take a look at some video from
inside a little earlier today. now over the 11 days sort of around thanksgiving, the airport dissipates about 400,000 passengers will pass through the airport as way more than last year. of course, last year we had the pandemic and people were really traveling that much. now a lot of folks have the vaccine have gotten boosters. we kind of learned how to live with a coronavirus. so people are starting to travel again. i did talk to a couple of folks today who are traveling for the first time. basically in about 2 years and they say it's going well, but there was some anxiety there. >> because the pandemic i was very much hesitant to go out. but with the vaccines that have actually my booster feeling much more confident going out disney people. i mean, and now going for a wedding for a friend. so i'm feeling a pretty good now. >> yeah. the other big thing here at the minetta san jose international airport is if you're coming to this airport, you can make a parking reservation ahead of time that a new feature go online. make a reservation instead of coming down here and trying to find a parking spot when you
get here you go to fly san jose dot com for more information on that. that's the very latest here in the south bay. charles clifford kron 4 news. >> thank you so much, charles. today is also the busiest day for thanksgiving travel at san francisco international airport. he was the scene this morning. a lot of people going through security, 50,000 passengers are expected to go through security today. >> so we'll go there live at 3.30 to see what the crowds look like and also bring you any information that you need to know if you're headed there tonight or through the holiday of thanksgiving and as for travelers heading through the oakland airport officials there saying wednesday the wednesday right before thanksgiving is expected to be the busiest. so stay with us from our coverage at 3.30. and now let's talk with the forecast and a lot of people are heading out on this friday. this is a live look now at the san mateo bridge kind of gloomy out there today as well. some drizzle. our
meteorologist rodriguez is here now with any of that rain we're seeing is impacting flights. just all clear for our local airports in the bay area. san francisco international airport oakland airport, even san jose. >> no delays to report there and neither for southern california. so off to a great start for your holiday destination. if you are heading out this afternoon from coast to coast. no problems on the west coast and east coast and even on the road smooth sailing out there right now along golden gate bridge that low fog bank has lifted so better clearing and improve visibility out there right now for your friday afternoon. so tgif bay area. we made it. let's take a live look outside with radar for storm clouds overhead still looking very gloomy and out there. we actually could see some traces amount of additional rain for those of you in the north bay by around 5, 6 o'clock this evening. so watch out for those slick spots on the roads and even along parts of the san francisco peninsula drying out
by this evening. cooler weather expected and improved clearing as well as we track a warm-up heading our way just in time for this weekend from now. until then, though, widespread 50's and 60's mid 50's for half moon, bay and pacific up upper 50's for those of you oakland at 58 degrees with low 60's for up a little bit milder for dublin and san jose in the mid 60's there with cnn selma 62 degrees. but widespread mid to upper 50's right now as you head out the door for your friday afternoon in the north bay and calm wind speed seeing the return of that cool sea breeze along downtown san francisco sustained 15 miles per hour or less but warming up and drying out all weekend long. even through monday. details ahead on your full thanksgiving week outlook in just a few minutes. just in. back to you. >> thank you for brees. a big announcement today from the fda anyone 18 or older is now eligible for booster shots of the pfizer and moderna covid-19 vaccines. latest action simplifies, but it's been kind of confusing about
who's eligible and who's not. so now all adults can either choose one of the company's boosters as long as it has been 6 months since their last dose. that's regardless of which vaccine you got first a cdc advisory committee will now need to give the final approval. and if the cdc agrees 10's of millions of more americans could get 3 doses of protection ahead of the new year. anyone who got that one dose, johnson and johnson vaccine can already get a booster. california was one of the first states to approve booster shots for all adults. that was as of last week. >> here's what's coming up at 3 o'clock today, the city of samara fell is taking on an early effort to prevent wildfires for next wildfire season. there is now a new free service that's available. talk about also, car break. ins are one of the most reported crimes in san francisco and now some people are taking matters right into their own hands. after the first time in a long time. san
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company's request to add a drought surcharge to the bills for those customers who failed to cut back their water use by 15% says the company's leanne wallboard ski. it's a way it's that we have basically no choice where we're in a terrible drought and we don't know what this winter will bring. there's the possibility of lightning. you're forming in the pacific. >> which could mean a drier winter northern california. we don't now under the program residential customers are required to cut water use by 15% from 2019 levels. >> or pay $7.13 in surcharges for each unit of water above that amount impacted are as many as a million people in san jose cupertino campbell, los gatos saratoga and money serino of the way it works is let's say your allocations for december 2021 is 15 minutes and each unit is 748 gallons of water. >> and you 16 units will be charged $7.13 for that additional san jose water says
the new rules actually reward people already cutting back by setting a minimum monthly amount. >> if they use the minimum or less know surcharge. the new rules are in response to the june 9th water shortage emergency declared by wholesaler valley water which called on water retailers to reduce consumption by 15% in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> sequoia national park says lightning sparked wildfires in the past 2 years have killed the minimum of 10,000 giant sequoia trees in california. the estimate that was released released today accounts for about 20% of the native sequoias that are the largest trees on earth. the trees are reliant on periodic and low intensity fire and were once seen as fire resistant. both wildfires becoming more extreme in recent years. officials are saying this is the first time the giant trees have been killed in large numbers. extraordinary firefighting measures were used this year to help save
some of the giant sequoias. you might remember seeing images of them covered in that silver foil to help prevent them from burning. in the north bay efforts have already started to stop the threat of wildfires for next year. the city of samara fell is offering a free program to reduce the wildfire fuels and provide better defensible space around homes. the center of all fire department partnered with americorps and marine wildfire. they're focusing on dangerous wild for a fuels run homes ani evacuation routes. >> they're either doing like understory clearance out in the open space areas. so removing highly combustible invasive species such as french broom. >> and mainly really focusing on areas that are. >> within a 100 feet of residential structure. >> several full residents can reach out to the fire department to set up this free service. the program will go until december 17th. and we'll switch gears now to talk a little bit more about the weather as we take a live look
outside here to kind of gloomy shot along the golden gate bridge want to drizzle in the north bay today. a little wet out there in our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here now with a look at the new drought monitor. so it's raining today. any changes, though, from what we're seeing, we need a couple more atmospheric rivers. just seen to get out of this drought. remember, we're still under the worst 2 categories. >> extreme to exceptional drought for most of the bay area did see some improvement in northern california near ukiah where now they're under exceptional to moderate to severe drought. but for us here in the bay area. we're still in that red and maroon tier. but radar for we are still tracking those some light scattered drizzle that will increase for those of you in the north bay but very gloomy. an ominous looking outside with that fog monster out there in full force. for those of you in the east bay over berkeley temperatures out there right now. mid 50's for half moon bay and mid 60's. for those of you in san jose with widespread upper 50's to low 60's for everyone else in
the bay area overnight lows tonight because of that lack a blanket of storm cloud cover. we're going to see clear skies. and with that cooler temperatures, widespread low to mid and upper 40's for those of you in downtown san francisco a little bit milder in the low 50's. but just barely daytime highs. tomorrow. going to see a nice warming trend near or actually in the 70 degree mark for most of our inland valleys in the north and east bay. santa rosa and san jose 60 degrees. but check out nevado in the low 70's with widespread low to mid 60's around the bay area shoreline. so. >> pretty seasonal temperatures away from the immediate coastline. but as you can we're looking dry and warmer all weekend long peaking on monday. we're going to see widespread upper 60's to low 70's for most of our inland valleys. and even on your thanksgiving day, mostly sunny skies a little bit chilly. so make sure to bundle up. if you do have any outdoor plans for your thanksgiving. feast because of some covid concerns there, but still going to remain dry even through next weekend, 10 days from now as well. back to you.
just staying at turkey. what's happening. thanks for >> happening right now. san mateo. police are asking for the public's help to find this man. he's wanted in connection to a battery at the kingston coin laundry and north kingston street. this happened monday afternoon, anyone living in that area is encouraged to check their security cameras as police are trying to get some more information. still ahead here at 3.45 congress is advancing a plan to draft women into the military. >> but it's being met with some controversy will explain both stocks. we'll also have an update on the smash and grab at the all that happened earlier this week. how it's
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occurred just feet away. a woman hiding in the bone goes is kind of really double some of those we showed the video to we made a plan today say this type of crime has been happening often enough that they recently decided what they would do if it happened when they were nearby that together. yes. and if there's a group of people coming. and there's a group of people running that we would at least get one that we all 3 or 2 anderson and go for one. >> fairfield. police say they were able to track down those responsible when 1917 16 year-old the incident inside the town center coming just days after a similar display on monday in concord where police there say 9 people at the sun valley mall also used hammers to get to the goods so far no arrests have been made in that case. >> that was eric rucker reporting in just this week. thieves stole from that jewelry store in concord and a toy store in san francisco's chinatown and no arrests have been made in either case. now
san francisco are neighbors are fed up with car break ins and it's now a new community effort to try and prevent them a group of volunteers with a local nonprofit are going to tourist hot spots in the city and leaving reminders on visitors cards to remove all of their belongings. the nonprofit believes the number of car break ins will increase over the holidays and they want to warn visitors. the reminder is a simple act that could go a long way. >> at the very least we can do is to raise awareness to help people just make sure to protect their valuables to understand that this is going on. let's do our best to make sure that every car. seems an attractive to break into. and i think that that will go a long way from that hearse. and even the locals have their guards down for about 5 minutes. >> earlier this week we focus on another community effort to help victims of car break-ins neighbors in the richmond district are trying to reunite people with their stolen items that have been left behind and city streets. you can.
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>> we are taking a live look outside right now. the conditions at san francisco international airport as many people are getting their thanksgiving holiday travel under way early this year. highways and airports are busy and specially noteworthy at sfo. that's where we find kron four's. dan kerman joining us now live from outside the airport and is a busy there today. >> well, it's was busy this morning. a little bit of a low during the middle of the day. now it's starting to pick up a little bit again, as you know, it used to be. it was the day before thanksgiving. that was the busiest travel day at sfo during the thanksgiving season over the years. it has moved to the friday before thanksgiving and this is no different about 50,000 people flying out of sfo this year. and that's a pretty significant number. and the reason is because prepandemic 2019 we typically saw around
55,025 2019. so we're very, very close over the entire week period. they're still off by about a 3rd meeting about 2 thirds of the normal amount of travelers are traveling as they were compared to prepandemic. but it's still a pursuit pretty a significant period for those here at sfo. >> there's always been a significant day because it's typically the busiest day for the thanksgiving travel period. but for us, this has special meaning because today's probably going to be the busiest day for us since the pandemic began. we're expecting over 50,000 people to go through our security checkpoints. and that's really a new milestone for us since this pandemic began. so this is a number we've been chasing for a long time. >> been talking to numerous travelers. now, some of these this is their first trip since the pandemic. the first big trip in about 20 months going to visit family taking a vacation in hawaii, that kind of thing. others that we spoke
with that. this is a a second trip to remember those couple of weeks during the summer when everything was great again. but it only lasted a few weeks. well, many who are here today also got away during that period. but everybody very excited to be hitting the road again for many and they say it's the vaccinations that really made all the difference this time around. and we'll hear from some of those coming up tonight on kron, 4 news at 5 for now, though, live at sfo. dan kerman kron 4 news. thank you, dan. >> appreciate your festive tie. all right. so get ready for crowds on the roads as well. whether you're driving or staying local for the big meal is going to cost you to get around gas prices across the bay area are brutal right now. we're taking a look now at the average price is in san francisco. oakland san jose and santa rosa. getting really close to 5 bucks a gallon there. that's for regular. according to triple a 48 million people will be hitting the roads for thanksgiving. that'o an 8% increase from last year. so be patient out there. take your
time. this rain harvey says leave time for problems as we're taking a live look outside right now at donner summit right near north lake tahoe. the roads looking a little slick, their little bit of snow still on the side of the road but will be like for people who are going to the sierra to celebrate turkey day our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has a look now how how we doing. yeah. the getaway forecast just seen looking great out there for those of you hitting the skies and also hitting the roads not too bad out there in the bay area. >> and even throughout southern california from coast to coast. looking great. no delays out there right now and your thanksgiving planner forecast. and we certainly have a lot to be thankful for mostly sunny skies breezy with temperatures in the mid to upper 50's along the coast for your thanksgiving thursday low to mid 60's. as you make your way inland. so if you do have any outdoor plans just because of that sun aided versus unvaccinated guess you're in luck weather looking great out
there in the bay area and that drying trend going to continue even for your full thanksgiving weekend. but we are still tracking some lingering drizzle out there right now, specifically for those of you in the north bay. you're still going to have some traces amount of measurable rain through tonight, but then drying out and cooling down this weekend. right now donner summit tracking some light showers there as is truckee but dry for those of you at south lake tahoe as we take a full check at your getaway forecast. those of you planning to head out to south lake tahoe a little bit earlier ahead of thanksgiving at your in luck. we're going to try track drier weather all weekend long and even through this upcoming week as well. off to a cool start, though, on saturday with southee taught 47 of you at truckee and then by monday warming up into the mid 50's. so you're really going to enjoy a preview of what's to come this thanksgiving there. back to you. just seen. >> thank you. a reason go now to washington where a major victory happen for the biden administration is the house
passed the build back better plan narrowly passed after a very long debate, including an 8 hour speech by the house republican minority leader for what happens now. kron four's terisa stasio joins us now here from the newsroom. good afternoon and good afternoon. this is significant, but it's also just the beginning of this. >> very long process. first, let's talk about what the bill is. it includes many provisions such as ad seniors, child care help prescription assistance and a lot more after an arduous debate on the house floor. the vote came down to 200, 20 to 213, not all democrats voting for the bill. some disagreeing with the increasing property tax caps. house speaker nancy pelosi announced the bill is a huge win for the middle class offering up so much widespread aid to americans. the white house also declaring victory. >> it's going to be transformational for families, particularly middle class families who face in their
budgets pressure from the cost prescription drugs health care premiums. child care, elder care if if we we know that there are caretakers, mostly women, mostly moms who want to find their way into the labor force. but they haven't been able to do so because of their child or elder care responsibilities. this fixes we also know that this is a plan that delivers real resources to families who are raising kids through the child tax credit. we're talking about 3,000 or 3500 depending on the age of your kid per year issued in monthly increments for families to help pay the cost of raising children which we all know is a real stress or on the middle lower income families. >> and now the reality on one hand, white house says it is paid for by taxes. however, the congressional budget office cbo says it may not all be covered. and this bill has a very long road ahead in the senate. senators mansion in
sentiment have said that they are not on board with the provisions added in the house, especially paid family leave one congressional watcher said that biden could celebrate tonight because it's his birthday and then it's time to push up his sleeves and sell the country on why this 2.2 trillion dollar bill is worth it. more on this coming up on our streaming app service kronon you can download that for free in your app store. 3 of the tank you. >> happening now. kaiser mental health workers are on the picket lines to show their support for engineers who are striking for a new contract. we have video now the strike that's happening in san jose right now. kaiser psychologists therapists and social workers are striking in solidarity with engineers. the union members have been on strike for the last 2 months amid contract negotiations, citing alleged unfair labor practices in pay and total about 2000 mental health clinicians will be on strike today in a statement regarding negotiations with the
engineers. kaiser said it has been bargaining with the union for several months and that this impacts about 600 employees. kaiser also said it does not believe the sympathy strikes are appropriate and are asking workers to come back to work. >> coming up here at 3 uc schools are simple. find the admissions process will explain what no longer is required. as part of the admission process to get into the university's. and as people get ready for thanksgiving. google is saying one topic is very popular right now. what are people searching for the most take a guess. we'll tell you when we come back. also california's edd is giving people another chance of getting some of that pandemic. unemployment money. there are some new requirements w
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>> a developing story. we're watching this afternoon. congress is advancing a plan to draft women into the military. the provision is part of this year's national defense bill. but the push is being met with some controversy as some republicans are pushing back. our dc correspondent raquel martin has the latest. >> congress is on the verge of making women register for the military draft. women have every ability as a man to serve the provision is part of the national defense bill. the house passed with bipartisan support back in september even though the u.s. currently using the drought system. the bill would require all us citizens between 1826 to sign up regardless of gender identity and i support it being included in the final package. but some senate republicans disagree. i don't quite get it. then. uttered on holly is among a group of republicans pushing back against the measure. i'm going to try to force a vote to return. >> the how it has been, which is that women are not drafted against their will. senator tom cotton says he wants a
specific vote on the issue. this is a serious change of military policy and we should have a vote. all senators should go on the record but not every republican is opposed. >> in fact, senate minority leader mitch mcconnell have long supported drafting women, even so republican pushback on this and other issues is holding the bill back these delays and are unfortunate thursday. senate majority leader chuck schumer's that the military needs the funding bill to path. >> there is no good reason to keep delaying. we should move the process forward. >> for now about isn't expected until after lawmakers return from thanksgiving break in washington. raquel martin. >> it's time to talk about our weather forecast as we take a live look outside here along san francisco's embarcadero kind of a different shot here showing us the exploratorium. and there's a contrast in the background. nice day out there for all the tourists coming to the city for the holiday weekend and our meteorologist rodriguez is here now with details. also tracking any
less. but the rain that are out there today. yeah, pretty much drying out just teens. so we are still noticing that storm cloud cover. but that's going to lift in clear out during the overnight hours. >> dropping our overnight lows into the 40's for most of the bay area. but taking a live look outside at that great shot of the embarcadero right outside of the exploratory. i'm still seeing those storm clouds overhead as the slowly start to exit the bay area giving way to mostly sunny skies just in time for this weekend or saturday, micro >> still going to remain below average along the immediate coastline with downtown san francisco at 62 degrees. >> mission district at 64 degrees with low 60's. a piece for those of you. it pacifica and half moon. bay wind speeds around 15 miles per hour less, but we are going to see more of those northerly offshore breezes. so that's what's going to help clear. so warm us up and dry us out as well. upper 60's brisbane, millbrae and burlingame. but you're actually going to warm up in the 70's for those of you in san mateo and san carlos so
easily 5 to 10 degrees above average away from the immediate bay area coastline. san jose 68 degrees santa clara and campbell, though, in the low 70's and we're seeing low 70's for those of you in pleasanton and son livermore 64 degrees with concord and walnut creek. also in the mid 60's. but san leandro in castro valley in the east bay in the low 70's mid 60's for vallejo and napa. for those of you in the north bay. but we're tracking low 70's for nevado and sandra fell easley about 5 to 10 degrees above average for most of our inland valleys. and it's only going to get warmer from here. little change on sunday. but monday we're going to see upper 60's to low 70's until we start to cool down increase in cloud cover by tuesday. cooling us down to below average temperatures. but overall, looking like a great thanksgiving thursday. back to you. just thank's a >> science is showing us that cheese melted grated or slice appeals to our pleasure.
center. kron four's, vicki liviakis has more in today's dine and dish and the annual giant cheese parade in oakland. >> you think we're in a small italian village of for rays honoring this big cheese wheel. that is right here in the bay area next to the rockridge bart station. this is our parades and it is for 5 years and almost archie's buyer of almost 30 years. >> she brings in one of 2, almost 400 pound wheels of cheese. this is the largest. we'll west of the mississippi but that's a lot of chips, a lot of giuliana is the head cheese monger here at market hall. cheese counter market hall is a food lover's haven with fresh caught fish from marin sun farms. natural meet a cornucopia of prepared foods pasta pastries and of course, cheese where you can barely see almost serving up exotic cheese from cow sheep, goat, even buffalo, but nothing
quite matches the size and appeal of the imported 400 pound of crew pillow italian cheese. >> cheese lovers. demonstrators takes a lot of elbow grease to cut up. he said it sells out fast. we buy whole and it's so nice to the and whole entire south and we be so we have a following for this. she's we've been doing this for years. we typically bring in about 40 pound wheels. >> but this 400 pound wheel almost 100 pound wheel gets broken down and we sell in less than 2 weeks. everyone in our community comes in and buys its incredible on sandwiches. it's great on pizzas. it's absolutely delicious cheese all the way to do it all the way italy for all the vicki liviakis kron 4 >> we're always looking for great places to feature on dine-in. just just use your
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charges. our team of reporters is live in kenosha with reaction after today's verdict and experts break down the decision on news nation prime. now, here's a look at banfield tonight. thanks. tonight on banfield, she picks juries for a living. and boy did her latest one deliver for kyle rittenhouse, the woman behind the magic. that's tonight on banfield on news nation. >> you can find newsnation on the channels listed right here. we have more details on our website. kron 4. >> dot com and one final check now of the forecast with my breece, a house that rain doing for the rest of the afternoon into the evening. well, right now it's looking dry for your late afternoon. but early evening just and we are going to track some light scattered showers. bring us about. >> by 1. 100's of an inch of rain. so really just races mount in the north bay and even extending into parts of the san francisco peninsula by tonight drying out and clearing up before 10 o'clock this evening. cooler forecast tonight with overnight lows in the 40's. but then watch how we warm up for inland valleys. 5 to 10 degrees warmer than we
were today. low 70's for nevada with upper 60's for san jose and santa rosa widespread low to mid 60's around the bay area shoreline to downtown san francisco at 62 degrees this weekend. forecast looking great monday is going to be the warmest day of the next 7. back to you. good. that thank you so much for joining us. all this week right here on kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock. i'm justine waldman. really appreciate you spending some time with us. >> i'll see you back here this. 10:00pm. in the meantime, we can always connect on social media, facebook, twitter and instagram.
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>> this is 15-year-old brinley, who is being blamed for most of her family's problems. but this is not an out-of-control teen problem. does she have problems? sure. she vapes, she smokes pot, she drinks, and she runs away. but i don't ask why she runs away. i ask why she ever comes back. her mother is overwhelmed and absent, and her stepfather is an addict who is a danger to all the children in the family. i asked to talk to brinley before the show, because there is a very serious problem in this family, but let me tell you, it sure as hell is not her. typically parents bring their children, their teenagers to me. they drag them to the dr. phil altar and say, "here, fix my teenager, let me know when you're done." these are the same parents that
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