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>> now at 9, a strong warning 20 would be thieves looking to target more businesses and walnut creek the steps the mayor and other city leaders ry and stop this trend of organized retail thefts and stop it in its tracks and oakland recovering from yet another violent weekend of multiple shootings sideshows crashes. >> and a whole lot more. thank you so much for joining us here during kron, 4 news at 9 o'clock tonight i'm justine waltman. i'm jonathan mccall. the oakland police department says that chief leronne armstrong will be hosting a news conference tomorrow at some time to discuss the dangers weekend that has been playing out on oakland's streets in the last 48 hours. kron four's amanda hari live for us in the newsroom tonight with the details of the crimes and what some oakland city leaders say needs to be done to try to curb this trend. amanda. >> now one of those leaders i spoke to says that this is the worst he has seen the city in his 75 years of being a part
of it. they say more action has to be taken to stop these crimes. but it's difficult with the police department being so understaffed. >> that no one has ever seen. the city and the shape it's in today. no one is ever seeing another crime filled weekend in the city of oakland police department says there were shootings robberies looting and illegal sideshow activity. >> this is citizen video of one of those sideshows you can also see crowds of people watching and supporting the activity, oakland city council member and candidate to lauren taylor says although these people aren't committing a crime. they're encouraging it just by being there and providing you know, likes and support for these activities. it's encouraging. >> it's a continuing. unfortunately that puts oakland residents in harm's way saturday afternoon. a carjacking resulting in officer shooting the suspect.
>> that suspect died from their injuries. there was also an armed robbery and shooting on pendleton way overnight. one person was arrested and the 123rd homicide. >> we did have a younger person involved in the homicide. >> taylor says with all of this criminal activity officers are spread thin. it's difficult to solve any of the crimes. i have. >> called for increased resources for our investigation unit so that we can bring these folks to justice bishop bob jackson with acts full gospel church. >> says the city needs more help from california highway patrol and the alameda sheriff's department because the police department can handle this level of crime on their own is down to 680 officers the stand and the next 2 months. it will be down 650. we need a minimum of 850. >> to really protect the citizens here in the city of
oakland. bishop jackson says when he talks to members of the community. they're scared and tired. >> he says something needs to change or things will get worse. though concerned about is that the citizens of oakland. may pick up guns and start protecting themselves and then it's going to be really all and i hate to see that. >> the oakland police chief will be addressing all of this violence in a media conference tomorrow. he'll also be talking about some arrests we don't have the exact time of that media conference just yet. but stay with kron. 4 news for all of the details live in the newsroom. amanda hari kron 4 news. so amanda do either the leaders that you talk to have any suggestions of how the people of oakland what they can do to try to prevent these crimes they do actually council member. taylor says if you know anyone involved in this type of activity that you should talk to them. he also says to show up at council meetings and get involved. that's the best way you can make a difference within your
community. amanda, thank you so much. >> tonight hayward, the latest city hit by a recent rash of smash-and-grab thefts. the shooting. police say that 9 people smashed display cases at sam's jewelers at southland mall. so far police have not said just how much the stolen items were worth or provided information on the suspect. stay with kron 4 as we continue to gather more details right now. walnut creek police are combing through surveillance video to try to identify the dozens of looters who they say flooded the nordstrom in walnut creek last night. officers say as many as 80 people swarmed that store last night taking off with merchandise so far 3 people have been arrested. kron four's taylor the sacking learned of the new concerns from police. >> a handful of officers in patrol. cars are still monitoring the area. many of the shops nearby, including the nordstrom's closed early after saturday night's chaos. now, i'm also standing in the road broadway plaza because
this is still closed down the cars to deter thieves from coming through despite all these precautions, though notions did have an incident earlier sunday afternoon. >> it was pretty shocking we had made an appointment at the apple store here. and we've had to be a safe place to come because we live in stockton. so we went to home at creek and so we're like, oh, maybe not after dark shoppers and locals living in walnut creek on edge sunday. >> after a mob of 80 looters stormed the nordstrom store on saturday. witness threatened there and who also manages a restaurant across the street described the chaotic scene from saturday night happy tables were up at the windows looking to see what's going on with the lock the front door i to lock the back door. the whole restaurant just kind of stopped for a minute and was just watching because there was a mob of people. the police are flying and it was a scene out of the movie isn't walnut creek. police say. >> it happened around 09:00pm while the store was open with employees and shoppers inside started receiving calls that there were tons of cars putting into broadway plaza
area. >> then we received reports that people dressed in mask and dark clothing were running into nordstrom. they were clogging the streets with their they had crowbars and we're running out with property and getting into the vehicles and fleeing the scene. police say. >> 2 employees were assaulted and one was pepper sprayed, but their injuries are minor. so far. they arrested 3 people 30 year-old dana dawson of san francisco. 32 year-old joshua underwood of san francisco and 18 year-old rodney robinson of oakland charges include robbery burglary, conspiracy possession of stolen property. illegal possession of a firearm by a felon and carrying a concealed weapon. mayor kevin wilk says these brazen thefts will not be tolerated. our police department. >> we'll have made and will make arrests. we're going to be working with the da's office to have the most serious charges that we can possibly have and we will be encouraging the da's office to
charge them with the highest crimes possible on sunday. >> police stepped up patrols in this area and put up barriers to cut off car access on broadway plaza. one of the entrances to the store is located despite the increased police presence a witness says other thi-ves were back at it on sunday. >> i sighed nordstrom employee run out of the building notify the police that 2 people had ran out of the back with items and as a kind of followed a woman. the coroner said she saw and then about 2 or 3 police suvs, lights and sirens when chasing down the street after them. police confirmed there was an unrelated grab and run incident sunday afternoon. >> and say they caught an individual involved. walnut creek. police say they'll continue to monitor this area after receiving intel that the same group that storm that nordstrom saturday night are considering to do it again. the abundance of caution. they learned all the nearby businesses, which is why many of those businesses closed early sunday night in walnut creek calif the psac ii kron 4 news. >> now to southern california
where an unknown number of suspects tried to break into the louis baton and saks 5th avenue stores in beverly hills c overnight. this happened around 1230 this morning. beverly hills police are saying nothing was taken from either store. but there are few smash windows from the suspects failed break-in attempts. investigators have not made any arrests as of right now and they have no suspect descriptions. also in southern california, stray bullet struck and killed a 13 year-old boy while he was playing video games in his home. the shooting happened just after 6 on saturday in pasadena, the boy was pronounced dead at the scene. and so far police believe that he or anyone else in the home was not the intended. target. >> meanwhile, take a look at this chp and san francisco fire crews working together today on a water rescue. the fire department says that they had to pull 2 people from the water. there's no word on exactly how they ended up there. but officials say they are expected to be okay. kron
4 staying on top of a developing story tonight from wisconsin where more than 20 people are recovering after an suv plowed into a crowd marching in a christmas parade. officials did confirm that children are among the victims and people have died. >> but they're not saying exactly how many victims there are until all the families have been notified of their loss. now, this happened in the milwaukee suburb of waukesha. this is the video here of that red suv speeding through the parade we slowed it down here as you can get an idea of the vehicle that was involved. officials do say they now have a person of interest in custody and have recovered that suv. officials have said that 11 adults and 12 children were taken to the hospital. >> still much more to come tonight here on kron. 4 news at 9 o'clock. we will go to sfo to see how folks are hitting the skies as they plan to travel for the thanksgiving holiday. >> and then they california
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limited availability in select areas. talk about our weather forecast right now as we take a live look outside from our mount tam can. there's a nice look towards san francisco out towards the east bay was such a gorgeous fall day out there. looks like we're. good to get a repeat tomorrow. yeah. guess you really can't complain about wearing shorts
flip-flops. >> that 70 degree temperatures in the middle of november. >> i'm meteorologist rodriguez is joining us now with a look ahead towards this thanksgiving week. >> no rain, no rain. that's the only downside, though. but the good thing is we are tracking above average temperatures today. so hopefully you got to head out and enjoy it. and if you didn't today, guess what, we're going to have a repeat tomorrow with widespread 60's 70's are turning to the forecast. we should be in the low to mid 60's this time of year. instead warming up into the low 70's for those of you in oakland and san jose. we were also going to see cool temperatures returning for your bay area overnight lows. crystal clear skies out there. but fortunately tracking calmer winds out there for your bay area. forecast. and tomorrow we're going to see the return of those cool westerly breezes by monday schering in some cloud cover and also cooling down temperatures. so enjoy your monday forecast highs, especially if you love these
milder temperatures. but 2 outliers to report tonight. 63 degrees for berkeley. very mild. still at this 9 o'clock hour. but 45 degrees for those of you in san anselmo. that's in your 20 degree difference for your sunday night. so we're already starting to cool down in the 40's for the north bay valleys still in the 50's 60's along the coast and east bay shoreline low temperatures tonight, widespread 40's with low 50's. for those of you in downtown san francisco and temperatures tomorrow once again tracking widespread 70's not just for the north bay but even for most of the east bay shoreline extending down into san jose 72 degrees there with downtown san francisco and half moon bay very seasonal temperatures in the mid 60's. but then we're gradually going to cool down and fortunately no rain in the forecast that storm track on tuesday. going to remain just too far north. but the good thing is if you are planning any outdoor thanksgiving feast because of covid precautions. you can take it outdoors. not going to be an issue. mostly sunny
skies breezy winds. but then temperatures really on cruise control after tuesday. but no rain in sight. fingers crossed early december. the storm door starts to reopen. >> are. we are looking forward to it. happy early yeah, you too. happy friends. were going to go around the table and say what we're grateful for the 2 atmospheric river. >> you guys think >> a lot of the kyle rittenhouse verdict has got a majority of the national attention lately. there is another high-profile murder case that still unfolding. >> in georgia, closing arguments in the trial of the father and son charged with killing ahmaud arbury are set to get underway in the morning. >> defense attorney paula canny here tonight with a look at what we could see from this trial. paula, good evening. >> hi. how are you? we're doing good. so what can we expect from from this trial. obviously a complete different. >> so circumstances from the are very trial. come player to
rittenhouse. what should we be looking out for this week. >> ok, well, this is remarkably different. so there's 3 defendants in this case a father, a son and one of their colleagues race is absolutely an issue here. the prosecutor in the case said this case was about race. the defendants are charged with 9 different crimes. intentional murder as well as felony murder and then a bunch of like assault, false imprisonment and the like. the prosecutors, the prosecutor who ironically the crazy thing about this case, this case went through or prosecutors before a prosecutor finally was able to take it because the father michael travis used to be a detective and is a private investigator. so would be like the crime happening in like san louis obispo and everybody using themselves in
asking that the aid of san mateo come in and try the case. so i think it's going to be supercharged. remember the defense attorneys in this case complained that. you know, jesse jackson was present and were complaining about black pastors being present it to support the family. so it's super racially-charged. it is a super high profile all over and again, this crime actually occurred 3 months before george george floyd's murder but these 3 people indicted and told the defendants themselves released the video showing that they had. basically they it's a it's a 21st century lynching reeling, but it's the defendants themselves that released this video because they thought it would make a better. and instead they ended up getting
you know, prosecuted and you know, if they're convicted. and they'll spend they can spend the rest of their life in prison. and unlike rittenhouse in this case, each of the 3 defendants has also been charged with federal civil rights violations and hate crimes and they were charged and, you know, and or april of 2021. so they are in a lot of trouble and the evidence is pretty overwhelming. so the final arguments going happen on monday. the jury could be getting this as soon as tuesday. what should we be looking for as far as how long it takes. >> for the jury to come to a decision is a shorter amount of time better for the defense or the prosecution or as longer deliberations better for either side. it's interesting. i having been both a prosecutor and defense attorney. me tell you, either times. just miserable time waiting for a jury to come back.
>> usually they say a quick verdict is more likely be a prosecution. conviction. and in this instance, the arguments are going to take all day because there's one prosecutor 3 defense attorneys and the prosecutor also gets to the rebuttal. so, you know, but it's still a bunch of evidence. i mean, the video was broken down frame by is that's a 1000 frames. so i mean, there is a lot to consider, especially because the shooter is. and the son travis mcmichael and what role does gregory mcmichael have. and william bryan is the one that still owned it. so the jury is going to have to think about the individual. you know, call from the compound ability of each of the individuals. so it's it. you know, they are they're going to have their work cut out for them. >> real quick apollo one of one of the arguments that one of the gentleman in the in the in the trial use that art are
buried. came at him with the gun and he was afraid kind of in the same, you know, kind of the same defense in the rittenhouse case that he was afraid that of ahmad arbery was going to get a hold of the gun that he was going to shoot him. so he's no kind of claiming it was. >> a matter of self-defense. do you think that the jury would be able to buy that or is that a plausible defense. >> well, i mean, i i. i don't think in this instance is a plausible defense because because. factually it super distinct each of the defendants in this case made a bunch of statements following the incident that are prime that are fundamentally inconsistent with what set forth on the video. so they impeach themselves and the prosecutor in this case did a really good job cross examining the one defendant that testified travis mcmichael on all of the prior inconsistent statements. so terms of this is a weird thing
because that there is no there was no hate crime in effect and that they were claiming this kind of citizens arrest. but i mean, i'm sure we've all seen the memes now about rittenhouse that it's like, oh, i jumped into the lion's den and killed the law self-defense. i mean, it's kind of almost of that ilk because the felony murder charges. they're charged with attempted kidnapping false imprisonment. i mean, the government, the prosecutors really clear here. these people had no right to even detmined him or tried to detain him. and so they can get to a first-degree murder by that thing called the felony murder rule. and then if a jury believes that they have no right to attempt to imprison him or detain him and he's killed in that commission. it's a felony and that's the felony murder. also, i of course that's what
the defense is going to say just because a defense, even a defense attorney i'm saying is just because a defendant says it doesn't make it true. >> because i don't think in this instance it is true. >> paula canny, thank you so much for your insight tonight. a lot to watch for this week. we appreciate your time. thank you so much. still ahead here, during kron 4 news at 9 o'clock tonight. she had been missing for about 3 weeks. and now the chinese tennis star has finally made her public appearance. the video call she had with the international olympic olympic committee. >> is coming up. >> santa cruz is springing back mask mandates right before the holiday. we'll let you know. the reason why after
>> the interfaith winter shelter program in san francisco is once again operating the program gives folks a warm place to sleep throughout the winter months. the shelter will be open until march. 26 the program will also provide 2 meals a day. we have more details right now at kron. 4 dot com. >> and tracking your getaway forecast. if you're staying in the bay area are heading to lake tahoe. i've got you covered for your thanksgiving week. holiday week back in a few minutes.
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>> folks are already hitting the roads and the skies to get thanksgiving day destinations for flyers. things are getting back to normal. just like we saw before the pandemic. it's been already a pretty busy weekend at san francisco international airport as people are heading out for the thanksgiving holiday. >> kron four's. gayle ong spent the day there talking to travelers about things kind of getting back to normal. >> holiday travel season is in full swing at san francisco international airport. the busiest day began friday and the rush did not lose momentum over the weekend. we're coming
back from a 40th birthday of a spending some time case and some wind up in napa going to maui his first time we've gone on in egypt with our family and longtime us. a mom could not be more excited. there were other first-time travelers since the pandemic. i didn't do any traveling last year. it's amazing. i mean, to have your first trip after a couple years when you're used to being able to go wherever you want, right. worrying that it went well. it's a great there's like so many precautions. but like everything feels really, really safe on the sunday before thanksgiving, almost 50,000 passengers are departing from sfo. that's 60% down from pre-pandemic thanksgiving travel in 2019 with vaccinations off an international travel mandates ease airport officials project more traffic over christmas thanksgiving is such a domestic focus travel, period. >> whereas we're very excited about the biden administration relaxing entry restrictions for foreigners. we think that's going to help our international activity to recover. and i think we'll probably see that play out a little more in december.
>> and since it's a lot of people's first time traveling since the pandemic masks are still required inside airports and on flights and it is advice to get here early as we head into the holiday travel season. 2 hours before domestic flights. at least 3 hours. if you're flying international reporting from sfo gayle ong. >> kron 4 news. so if you plan to hit the road for the holidays. you will not definitely be along. a new report from research company. one poll found that 80% of americans will travel during the winter months to visit family and friends. the poll also found that 70% of americans are set to drive more than 600 miles. most say they think it's important to spend the season with loved ones and to reconnect with family members this year. researchers believe when you are likely seeing a travel surge after many americans were forced to stay at home for the holidays last year. >> one thing americans may not be giving thanks for around the table this week as the price of nearly everything that's on it. inflation has
consumers feeling the pinch as we enter the holiday shopping season reporter christina coleman has that story. sticker shock is putting a damper on the holiday season where many americans were hoping to get back to normal. >> costs are rising for groceries and gas and nearly everything in between. according to the labor department prices for consumer goods are up more than 6% compared to 12 months ago due in large part to increased cost to manufacturers. that's the largest one-year increase in over 2 decades. adding to the problem. a surge of post-pandemic demand and worldwide delays in production and shipping ports in trucking. companies have been working around the clock to address the backlog. >> a 24 7 ops at long beach. la where the sweeper ships that are picking picking up empty containers that are having an effect. and it's not just your holiday shopping that will cost extra as temperatures dropping the price of home heating is expected to rise. the biden administration announced this week that it plans to use some of the 1.9 trillion dollars in
covid relief passed earlier this year to offset those costs. republicans, meanwhile, blamed the white house's push towards renewable energy. mark my words. we are going to see this winter in the boston harbor. >> russian tankers delivering energy to the united states because of the policies of this administration. >> despite the high prices. a recent gallup poll found around 2 thirds of americans expect to spend the same amount on christmas this year as they did in 2020 e-commerce sales are projected to be up by 10%. that was christina coleman reporting for us tonight and for anyone who is still not bought their thanksgiving turkey good news. there is there's no significant shortage but on average, that turkey is going to cost nearly double what it did 2 years ago. >> now the covid-19 coverage tonight with the head of pfizer says that americans may actually be booster shots every year or even every 6 months. doctor anthony fauci, though, said that he would follow the science before making any predictions.
>> that shot with the mrna not only boosts you way up but increases the durability. so that you will not necessarily needed every 6 months or a year. we're hoping it pushes it out more if it doesn't. and the data show we do need it more often, then we'll do it. but you want with covid cases surging nearly 50% since october. fauci says. >> it's necessary to get as many people as possible vaccinated. >> happening tonight, santa cruz counties, indoor mask mandate will go back into effect in anticipation of a winter surge of coronavirus beginning tonight at 1159 people will be required to wear face coverings in public places in offices and even in their own home when other people are visiting regardless of their vaccination status. this renewed mandate will remain in effect indefinitely and it will just depend on how the county does with cases and hospitalizations over the next
few weeks and months. meanwhile, argument over one bars mask policy triggered. >> a homophobic rant from a man in long beach. >> why why would you because you're? >> this happened at beachwood brewing in downtown long beach. the man in the video as identifying himself. as rick see the owner of a nother downtown bar that's called our bar when he was denied service for not having a mask. stasi started yelling and repeatedly calling a restaurant worker homophobic slurs. people involved in long beach is food scene are saying that his behavior is nothing new. other people who have been to our bar say he's. does a lot of racist insults against them inside his own business and our bar representative says they will be issuing a statement on this incident in the next few days. stay with us here on kron 4 for the latest covid information. this includes finding a vaccine for your children. you can scan
the qr code on your screen right now and you'll be directed to the special section on our website, which is kron. 4 dot com. >> let's switch things up tonight to talk about our 4 zone forecast. a live look at the golden gate bridge on this sunday night as we wrap up another weekend as we inch closer to thanksgiving and the beginning of december our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here now with a look at what we can expect, especially for trying to travel this week. >> to get one of those expensive turkey dinners haha. yeah. >> hopefully you have a really good friend or relative that could help you out in just invite you over to their place. but here's a look at the air delays nonexistent from coast to coast. so you're in luck if you are traveling tonight to get to your holiday destination. let's take a look at your bay area forecast because we're tracking warmer temperatures along the coast bringing very seasonal daytime highs for your thanksgiving afternoon. so on thursday low to mid 60's from coastal valleys. and we're going to see breezy winds mostly sunny
skies. so if you are taking any covid precautions and you're going to have your feast outdoors. your and look, we're tracking a dry forecast. the let's hope that the turkey is in dry this year. we won it nice and juicy because we deserve it after everything we've been through this year, especially with this pandemic. but. >> let's take a look at sfo. no problem spots there even for san jose and oakland airport. no delays to report in the bay area. and right now we are tracking crystal clear skies and also seeing clear skies out there tonight for those of you in this year up already cooling down into the 30's for your sunday night. and we're going to notice temperatures, though, rebounding pretty nicely for your monday. before we start to cool down early this upcoming week. but truckee and south lake tahoe in the mid-fifties. i wish i could offer some snow in the forecast. but we are going to see, though dry conditions for this year. tuesday through wednesday with that drying trend. also continuing for your thanksgiving thursday's.
i have a happy thanksgiving bay area just in. and jonathan, back to you. but presa, thank you. >> sequoia trees are known for being one of the most resilient organisms on planet earth there are also one of the biggest experts are saying just one tree can weigh more than 100 elephants combined. but as reporter chip yost tells us the future of these giants of the forest has been threatened in a way once thought to be unthinkable. this is just a giant sequoia tree and the black mountain grove. this auburn and the fear fire in 2017 in and around sequoia national forest in central california. >> experts are studying the changing relationship between sequoia trees and wild fires. the only place in the world where sequoias grow naturally is on the western slopes of the sierra nevada mountain range with most of them located and then narrow 60 mile stretch of forest. >> just east of fresno. the sequoia trees, you'll find
there are considered the largest trees on earth. many are thousands of years old and have survived countless fires during their lifetimes. but recently their fire survival rate has taken a hit. >> it is getting scary, especially to see one of the most fired opted organisms on earth being burned up in fire. that's a very scary change. christy brigham is the chief of resources management and science. >> for sequoia and kings canyon national parks. she says the change was especially noticed during last year's castle fire in the castle fire. we lost between 7,510 1600. >> sequoias over 4 feet in diameter. that's a lot that's 10 to 14% of the entire population. the change in the trees ability to survive a surprising. >> since the sequoia is built to coexist with fire.
>> that sounds hollow. >> in part due to its thick bark that insulate it from the fire and in part due to its size since in most cases for a fire to kill a sequoia. it would have to get all the way up into the canopy. a tall task indeed. >> there are adapted to fire. look how far off the ground. the branches are. >> in addition sequoias need fire to reproduce and seeing the base of a tree blackened by fire can actually be a good thing since it means the seeds which sit inside the cones high up on the trees may have gotten the heat they needed to be released. the radiation from the heat. >> opens up the cones and then they drop their seeds and they'll drop thousands. so right after the fire. this was a carpet. a little tiny giant sequoias. >> while touring an area burned by this year's windy
fire sequoia national forest stretching fitzgerald also showed us how the trees heal themselves after the fire passes. you know, it got a little injured from the fire. you can actually see it's trying to put out some sap try and heal some of the wounds. ideally in normal times. this burn and he'll cycle would repeat itself every 10 to 20 years. but these are not normal times. this is an alarming time for giant sequoias. >> and for for us all throughout our sierras. >> that was chip yost reporting for us tonight. still ahead here, during kron 4 news at 9 o'clock. the warriors came back home to host the toronto raptors sports director jason dumas has the highlights. plus a live report from the chase center. that's all next.
>> so what our 4 zone forecast now. a live look at the transamerica pyramid. downtown san francisco on this sunday night as we wrap up another nice weekend at that and the work week ahead. doesn't look too bad either when it comes to the weather. if you like that, sunny and 60 plus degree weather. who's going to work this week sides us. >> a lot of people, a lot of people work this week that everybody gets the day off will mean. i know. but lot of people, a lot of people are off a lot of people. our are your kids off. do you got this
thing has been a school for 2 weeks. so casey, how when i was in school back in the day. you in it was like 4 days now they have like 10 days off. yeah, they get the whole week versus just thursday, friday. >> that's so unfair. why couldn't i be born now, mike enjoy that okay. got to focus on the forecast getting sidetracked once again. >> it must be my friday, right. let's take a live look outside half moon bay because we're going to notice another chilly night. widespread low to mid and upper 40's crystal clear skies. and that's what's going to help us cool down with another chilly night in our innermost valleys could actually reach into the 30's, but we are going to warm up very nicely. so thawing out after a chilly overnight lows. pretty seasonal temperatures, though, for downtown san francisco and the marina district 66 degrees of peace winds out of the north and east around 20 miles per hour or less. that's going to contribute to our warming trend. but then by your monday
night, we're going to notice that cool sea breeze influence cooling us down. increasing some cloud cover along the coast. so enjoy the 60's and near 70's while they last daly city, 69 degrees. not a bad way to start your work week monday. even if you have short work week or you know, just celebrating your thanksgiving a little bit early your love for tracking widespread low 70's from brisbane all the way into burlingame san bruno in south san francisco, flirting with 70's, though, at 69 degrees and redwood city and san carlos in the low 70's there. foster city 68 degrees. and we're seeing low to mid 70's for most of the south bay santa clara and milpitas 76 degrees. so plenty of sunshine to start in the day. not going to see any dense low clouds and fog. so your monday morning commute looking great. if you do need to head back to work. hayward 70 degrees with livermore. 69 degrees is still very pleasant temperatures for east bay valleys, concord and walnut creek also warming up from the mid 60's to upper
60's for your monday afternoon highs and more and into and moraga looking great in the low 70's. there. napa 66 degrees benicia 65 degrees and low 70's from nevada, sandra fell and even santa rosa as well. so about 5 degrees above average for most of our inland valleys even for those of you in the east bay shoreline. but as we take a look ahead at the extended outlook tuesday. that's going to be the day we're going to notice a little bit of a dip in temperatures. but seasonal nonetheless, a storm track. unfortunately not going to make its way into the bay area. but there are going to be storms to our north. we're really going to notice is that increase in high cloud cover and cooler temperatures. but overall dry for the next 7 days and it looks like we're going to stay dry through november. so december. that's going to be the time in early december where that storm is going to reopen. so fingers crossed. it actually pans out. it doesn't turn into drizzle right jonathan. that's true.
>> i've jewelry brady's favorite thing in the whole world no more drizzle. watch for you right rain. and if you say rain, let it be rain, let it be rated be not just fizzle out. i mean, would you want rain over missed a 100% think. all right. check out this lucky fan. sinking in an unbelievable pot during a college basketball game. >> boom. paul, good goodhue was brought in at half-time during a dayton, ohio flyers game. all you have to do was sink a full-court putt to win a car and as we see here. yeah, he did it. slow celebration there. he said the 94 foot putt was by far the best golf shot of his entire life. to step it up when it counts means the most fans say it was most impressive athletic feat of the game considering the dayton got crushed by post where what kind of car didn't say, oh,
no, but it's a free car. think tiger woods could pull something off like >> and now kron 4 sports. >> tiger was getting some shots up today to first time in a long time is great to see tiger back inching his way back to may be a possible pga return. now the warriors they were back to in the friendly confines of chase center after a four-game road trip. the raptors were in the house. beautiful day for some hoops and mission bay. i like that. blue classic curry jersey wiggins. he came out firing that's 3 put the dubs by 9 points. 11 point math is hard. we've had 14 in the first they led by 12 after one. >> nearing the end of the half warriors by 14 chris chiozza. doesn't matter who's playing for them this year. seems they're going to step up 11 points for chiozza 3rd quarter now warriors lead cut to 9
weeks let me make a double digits real quick. that's his 6th 3 of the game finished with 32 golden state with a comfortable lead at the end of 3 4th quarter icing on the cake. gets the steal. drive-in 5, his boy want tusk. i know, anderson, the pride and joy of east oakland the warriors win one 19 1 '04, and kron 4 sports reporter kate rooney he was there to see all the action. when you have the best record in the nba. you're supposed to beat the 8, 9 toronto raptors. >> at home tonight. the warriors did just that and then some never trailing in their one 19 to one. '04, win here at chase center. but the best part of this one is that steph curry only went 2 for 10 with 12 points. maybe that isn't the best part. the best part is the fact that the team rallied around him on an off night for their superstar 5 different players scored in double figures. jordan, poole and andrew wiggins both had 30
point efforts in this one and clear from the second unit really stepped up both chris chiozza and otto porter junior had incredible games. in fact, steve kerr told us that after the game, the players give a standing ovation to chiozza in the locker room on his birthday. that's part of what makes this team so special and has led them to their 15 2 record. here's what steve kerr had to say after the game. >> the scoring balance means that teams throw everything at stuff. you know, that's what was happening last year. we saw that were, you teams were throwing every everything they had at stephon. it's it's continue this year. but we we have the you know, more overall shooting this year and you know, otto i haven't mentioned. i thought he was fantastic made some big threes for a just the overall spacing means that if teams are going to. you know, throw the kitchen sink. it that staff and they're going to they're going to pay. >> now. you don't get too much credit for beating the
raptors. after all, there are now 8 10 1 of the bottom teams in the eastern conference. but draymond green said tonight that the warriors want to make sure they beat the teams on their schedule and they've been doing just that at 15 2, they've got the league's best record and they've now won 4 games in a row. they're going to look to make it 5 in the philadelphia 76 ers come to town after a couple days off on wednesday at chase center. kate rooney kron 4 sports. thanks for that report. cases. the forty-niners looking to continue their momentum as they take on the jaguars in jacksonville and. >> by golly, it works after a 20 play opening drive, making it 3 to nothing deebo samuels and the second drive with a score. he's having a heck of a season. he led the team rushing yards of 79 next offensive play. for the jaguars. you can't do off before a ball up fred warner. he recovered it. and guess what, that hurns of this jimmy g step back. brandon. i use. thank you for that. after a
slow start i picking it up. it's 17 nothing 49. 3rd quarter now 4th in goal for jimmy garoppolo. he finds his safety blanket george kittle. 16 for 22 1.76 for jimmy g and. it will spike all right. here's the closing time nick bosa's held still get the sack. that's his second of the day. 3 overall for the forty-niners. they win 30 to 10. they are even on the season at 5 in 5. up next, they host the 5 in 5 vikings. and the raiders looking to snap their two-game losing streak hosting the bangles. 4th quarter cincinnati of 3 joe burrow to ja'marr chase in the end zone for the 6 yard touchdown. >> bengals extend that lead next drive for the raiders. can do this picked off by eli apple. the raiders come back
slips away. car can't believe it. they're playing so well now look at the bay area native joe makes it. he was so good at oklahoma now. so good in the nfl 123 yards and 2 touchdowns. what a bay area kids 32 to 13 the raiders, they've lost 3 in a row. and unlike past 5 or so just hasn't been much to smile about if you're a raiders fan or. >> a player both off the field and on the but a lot, but at least the niners won and the warriors in the war is going well for your thanksgiving plans. jason, i'll be here. yeah, i'll be working lot of football. yeah, great. are they actually play on thanksgiving this year maybe they can get a win. i'm excited to philadelphia. 76 ers are in town this week. going to go. yeah. my 2 worlds colliding, put for i don't root. i am. yeah, i just
>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news. >> tonight at 10. another violent weekend in the east bay. how law enforcement and city leaders are reacting to the ongoing violent crime in the city of oakland. thank you so much for joining us here this hour of kron turn news in prime time i'm justine waldman i'm jonathan mccall for a another weekend of violence has run rampant across