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>> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron 4 news at 6. >> now at 6 o'clock and nearly a dozen people now behind bars after a bold, a smash-and-grab at a high in san francisco store. >> what happened last night was absolutely on acceptable. the message here today. if you come to our city to commit those level of crimes or to calm and to vandalize or to harm individuals. you will be held accountable. you will be brought to justice. >> the very latest on the
messages from san francisco's top leaders on how they plan to stop it. plus, another night of massive and dangerous side shows in the east bay will take you to the scenes of where a night of burning rubber played out. >> and on the 52nd anniversary of the occupation of alcatraz island by native activist, the first native american secretary of the interior came to the bay area to show her support and push for more change. >> so that tribal leaders have a real seat at the table. for decisions are made that impact their communities. >> along with local tribal leaders. also address the impact climate change is having on historic tribal sites. and thanksgiving less than a week away in the bay area. all have your full holiday outlook. coming up in just a few minutes. >> thanks so much for joining
us here tonight on kron 4 news at 6 o'clock. everyone and jonathan mccall and i'm justine waltman. we begin with our top story out of san francisco's union square video of the smash-and-grab robberies that happened last night are going viral today. kron gayle ong spending the day talking with folks, including 2 of the city's top leaders about what they say they plan to do. >> to stop this. gayle what is their message tonight. >> jonathan. and just and you can expect more officers in and around the union square area and across the city. but 10's of thousands of dollars worth of damage and losses happened last night. this was the scene around 08:00pm in san francisco's union square friday night when officers responded to looting and vandalism and high-end stores saturday afternoon. the louis store temporarily closed and boarded up. >> but shoppers still visiting the area. what we saw was horrible at a press conference saturday mayor london breed praising the officers who
responded and made arrest but says the damage still remains when people vandalize and commit those level of crimes in san francisco. we not only lose those businesses, we lose those jobs. >> we lose that tax revenue that helps to support our economy. that helps to support many of the social service programs that we have in the city in the first place. as of saturday sfpd chief bill scott says several people have been arrested. >> their plan was to overwhelm us. their plan was hoping that we wouldn't be here, but we were and some of them think they got away with it. but i am confident i'm confident that there will be more arrests to follow. >> chief scott says 2 firearms were seized and the person in this vehicle was armed. they took him into custody safely. >> they use the minimal amount of force that they had to use. they recovered the firearm. they impounded that vehicle and they recovered some of the property. >> chief scott has about a dozen other businesses were burglarized and looted in a
nearby union square. some crimes were prevented. we were fortunate because the city and our police department had a strong presence here in union square in specifically for the holiday season. >> and she's got says officers will be patrolling and station at the parking garages in union square and there's also going there also to combing through hours of video surveillance video and that includes body camera video from police. but in the meantime, another tactic they plan to use. they plan to limit access to vehicles in the union square area that should happen in the near future. live in san francisco. gayle ong kron 4 news, thank you so much, gail. now we go to the east bay and get another person has lost their life on interstate 80 in oakland. >> this time. police are saying a vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian earlier this morning, southbound 80 at heggen burger road. no other information on the cause of the crash or the names of the
people involved have been released at this point. but we will keep you updated right here on kron. 4 and new tonight at 6 o'clock. the contra costa county sheriff's office believes they have found the body della de la pena the woman who had been missing since tuesday. the sheriff's office says around 9 this morning. someone on marine circle in bay point found an unidentified person in their backyard when officers arrived on the scene, they discovered the person had was deceased and while they are still waiting on the corner to positively identify the person in cars a deft. they were confident enough to released a statement today saying they think it is a delicate they found will continue to follow this story and bring you new information as soon as it becomes available. also new tonight at 6 o'clock. we now know the name of the man shot and killed by san francisco police friday morning. >> officers have identified him as 41 year-old a money of san francisco yesterday morning officers responded to a call of a man with a knife inside of a building near fulsome and 5th streets after
initial contact with money officers fired their weapons hitting him medics rushed him to the hospital where he later died. police say money is someone who is known to them. the shooting remains under investigation tonight. and the department says that a town hall meeting on the shooting will be held within 10 days. >> and this. here is another side show that was reported last night and uploaded to the citizens app. this one is said to have been happening near mills college. no word on any arrests or if any police responded to reports of this or any other. the sideshows that were happening last night. we'll keep you updated here. now another reported sideshow happened near 106 street last night. so far. police say there were more than 200 cars involved in that side show. but as we mentioned, no word on any arrests or tickets issued during any of the side shows that were happening last night. we're going to continue to follow this and bring you
more information as soon as it comes into the newsroom. well, updates in prime time tonight. >> let's talk about our 4 zone forecast. this saturday night. a live look at the city courtesy of the mount tam kim. folks out and about on the saturday night as well. feeling. >> l day out geo there today. looking at a repeat for tomorrow and the. a woman with answers is our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. how we looking for sunday. yeah. you're in luck, justine, because we're going to continue with that slight warming trends. if you love today's forecast, you're certainly going to love tomorrow's as well. in fact, we warmed up 5 to 10 degrees from yesterday up about 5 degrees above average for inland valleys and for those of you in santa rosa and san jose flirting with 70 so 69 degrees for your afternoon highs. but exactly where we should be for downtown san francisco in the mid 60's coit tower lit up looking gorgeous tonight. under that nightfall
backdrop and we are tracking temperatures out there right now. widespread 50's, a few low 60's for san mateo and alameda. san jose. also in the low 60 so cooling down significantly thanks to that lack a blanket of cloud cover wind speeds out there right now have been pretty breezy throughout the day. we're going to continue to see winds up to 35 miles per hour less tonight, not just for our local mountains in the north bay but also along the bay area coastline as well. cooling down temperatures very chilly tonight. but those warm dry offshore breeze is going to help us warm up. we're tracking crystal clear skies to start and end your day on sunday. this ability not going to be an issue out account of that dense low cloud and fog going to be nonexistent for your sunday morning drive. and we're going to continue with above average temperatures through monday. details on that. and also your thanksgiving day forecast in just a few minutes. back to you. jonathan. just staying.
>> thank you so much. murray said coming up here during kron 4 news at 6 o'clock tonight, pandemonium and the country's busiest airport after a gun goes off in the security line. >> plus, marking the 52nd anniversary of the occupation of alcatraz by native american activists. how they were recognized for the progress that's been made while continuing for more the push for more still t [ sfx: ding ding ding ] [sfx: bing bing bing ] [sfx: bloop bloop bloop ] [ sfx: bing bloop ding ding bloop bing ] the day can wait.
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>> today marks 52 years since native american activists first took control of alcatraz island to mark the occasion today, the first native american secretary of the interior, visit to the island along with leaders of that movement. >> as kron four's camila barco reports for us right now. it wasn't just day to remember what's already been done but also a day to look forward as to what can now be changed. >> at the track is known as the prison at how some of the most famous comics. but after it shut down in 1963 indian tribes made their way to the island. us secretary deb palin visited alcatraz on saturday and says there's a lot of work to be done. i am here. >> we are here and we're not going anywhere. we're in a era. >> u.s. secretary of the interior deb haaland is advocating for indigenous communities. 52 years ago. the situation was dire holland remembers november 2019 69.
it's the day indigenous activists also known as the indians of all tribes, occupied alcatraz island was more than a call for action. it was a cry for a sense of community and the life ways that were stolen from on saturday. she stood on that same land to tell people the strides made between the department of interior and indigenous groups. holland says they are protecting canyon in new mexico and tribal treaty rights in agency policy. she also formally declare squaw as a derogatory term on friday. she is taking steps to remove it from federal land units. the nation's public lands and waters should be places to celebrate the outdoors in our shared cultural heritage. >> not to perpetuate the legacies of oppression. doctor le not award. jack lead the movement back in 1969 on alcatraz island. he and other tribal leaders applauded
haaland's efforts standing strong and i'm real proud of or however, hollen says there's more work to be done. despite all the progress made in the last 52 years. we have schools and infrastructure to build. >> we have a legacy pollution to address. we have communities that are literally being washed away by coastal erosion and there is a racism in this country that continues to target native people. she's the first native american to serve as a u.s. cabinet secretary. >> hollande met with president biden and his team during a white house tribal nations summit. she says conferences like those help create policies that reflect the needs of so that tribal leaders have a real seat at the table before decisions are made that impact their communities in san francisco. camila barco kron 4 news. >> and we're tracking your thanksgiving day forecast.
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no reports of any indeed altercations between police and the protesters. meanwhile, the protest in oakland were among many held across the country on friday after the rittenhouse verdict. >> we do have some video now showing us some of the protests over the last 24 hours from kenosha itself. also to los angeles and then to new york. but other than voicing their outrage and disappointment in the criminal justice system. there's nothing really that they can accomplish the prosecution cannot appeal the decision and cannot charge rittenhouse again. we do have continuing coverage on the rittenhouse trial on our website. you can scan the qr code on your screen right now. and you'll be directed to a special section on our website. kron 4 dot com. meanwhile, big scare at america's busiest airport this afternoon. 3 people were hurt when a gun accidentally discharged at hartsfield-jackson international airport in atlanta. >> hundreds of travelers were evacuated on to the tarmac as officials sorted out the
details. officials gave the all-clear about an hour later. >> they let us go down are. but when we got down there, no, it was just a ghost town. it looked like it was either panic. there was a lot slang everywhere. cell phone still plugged. know that everybody their board and go through security again. and that really was pandemonium >> look at that scene there. according to the transportation safety administration, a passenger in the security check line launched 4 bag and accidentally discharged. that gun after that happened, that passenger ran out of the airport still on the run tonight. flights are once again taking off from that airport. so what our 4 zone forecast tonight. a live look at conditions along the golden gate bridge folks as we mentioned. about on this saturday night. if you're driving anywhere today, it was clear driving anywhere. tomorrow looks clear to what about if you're flying
somewhere for the thanksgiving holiday. our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has a look now at. >> what we can expect. yeah. we're tracking overall smooth sailing and also very clear sky conditions out there right now for san francisco international airport. all of the bay area for that matter. and as you can see. >> no delays from the west coast to east coast. so those of you traveling getting a little bit of a head start for your thanksgiving holiday. you're in luck. no delays to report not even at atlanta airport right now, not tracking any delays at this 6 o'clock hour or so. we are seeing that marine layer nonexistent in fact, we're going to notice a lot of sunshine to start and end your sunday morning and afternoon with temperatures out there right now. already starting to cool down in the low to mid a d upper 50's. but the one outlier out there this evening. san jose currently in the low 60's but overnight lows tonight, things to those breezy winds 35 miles per hour less and that clear sky cover. we are going to see temperatures noticeably cooler. so what is going to be
chilly, especially for those of you in santa rosa in the low 40's everyone else in the mid to upper 40's for your overnight low. so bundle up and get ready to remove some layers for your sunday afternoon. not only are we tracking low 70's, but some of our warmest innermost valleys in the east bay and north bay could actually warm up into the mid 70's. so we're going to be about 5 degrees above average for livermore and concord. santa rosa and avato. also in the low 70's with san jose 71 degrees. but seasonal temperatures for downtown san francisco and oakland in the mid 60's and those of you concerned about any covid precautions baxter's those not vaccinated dry thanksgiving day with mid 50's along the coast and mid 60's as you make your way inland. so overall looking like a great holiday forecast for those of you planning your dinner outdoors. but we could see some rain chances next weekend. 10 days from now. so stay so far. we're going to keep that storm door closed. but here's hoping that november early december.
we finally start to see some rain returning to be good to get a little more in there. >> and i'm happy to see that no travel issues with the weather. yeah. and i know you like the turkey. so there you go. that's life an icon. he or she looks extremely before it gets and that of are hot. they're on the side, again theresa. >> and in sports tonight, kylen mills will be live from the big game with an update as cal battle stanford down on farm.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> well, out there in the game with fans in attendance for the first time 2019. to tonight full strength for the first time in 3 outbreak. bears had 44 players test positive for covid-19 forcing the team to reschedule the meeting that was scheduled last weekend against us saying starting quarterback chase garbers tweeting out his frustrations about the school and city of berkeley's testing protocols 2 weeks ago. he appears to be using that frustration as fuel. >> garbers threw 84 yard touchdown pass in the 2nd quarter. the longest history to score right now. it's 17 to 3. we're midway through cow is holding a lead so far this game.
>> stanford is now lost 5 games in a row that's the most consecutive losses for stanford under head coach david shaw. he's been at the helm and for the stanford cardinal for the last 10 years now forces lot more games left to play the stanford offense is not yet found a rhythm and that they allow something impressive. we'll just have to see what happens coming up here later on tonight, switching gears to some college hoops stanford cardinal men's basketball team have their work cut out for them down in waco taking on the baylor bears were the defending national champions. >> tough task for the cardinal down south. they hung around the 1st half of thanks to big play from freshman harrison ingram. he grew up in nearby dallas. by the way, he had only 4 points with battle for 9 boards jaden delay or chipped in 10 off the bench not only 6 and a half, but after the break, the bears took control to keep joe scored 11 points and dished out 11 assists baylor ran away with it, though, 8648 the final score, the cardinal drop to 3, 2, on the season will
have an update on the score here from the big game stanford stadium where we are right now. we'll have an update coming up at 8 o'clock in sports. for now. that does it for sports. we'll send it back to you. >> all right. cuyler, thank you. appreciate it. we'll see that 8 o'clock. and thank you so much for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 6 o'clock. >> we'll see you during our primetime coverage that kicks off at 8 o'clock tonight. for now i'm justine waltman jonathan mccall. the news always on the kron. 4 dot com. we'll see you back here that.
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