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of the rest of the bay area settled into the 40's and 50's to start your tuesday reyna. john, thank you for that. all right. let's get a look at your tuesday morning. they just turn the metering lights on on the bay bridge. >> not seeing any major that just took our drive time up to about 12 minutes heading into the city to that freeman street exit. let's head over get a look at the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula little under 13 now in the south bay. that's where i do see an accident. this is one oh, one northbound north of tooley road down there in san jose. i am seeing delays. we are seeing slower traffic. so 7 might be a good bet if you're traveling to the area of the richmond center fell bridge a little under don, as you travel richmond and the golden gate about 20 from the north bay into the city. we're going to have more weather and traffic coming up. but for now, let's get back to our top stories. >> well, police in union city are now looking for a 13 year-old boy who's missing essa is his name. he was last seen about 8 o'clock last night on union city boulevard.
he was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and black shoes. if you see him, please let police know as parents want to find him. meanwhile, another big story that we're following this morning. major changes coming to downtown walnut creek. after that recent smash-and-grab robbery that we saw at nordstrom's on broadway plaza, right. it seems like every day we've been seen a lot of the smash and grabs happening. we're learning more now about what was taken kron four's camila barco live in walnut creek. >> with the latest details. good morning. >> good morning, you guys security is tight employees are closing their stores earlier and police officers are blocking off broadway plaza after what happened saturday night. as you can see, the barricades are up and the city's mayor says he is not letting any cars go up and down this street through the holidays. now this map paints a better picture as to you where we are at this is broadway plaza here in downtown walnut creek. it's a strip full of stores,
including nordstrom. but on monday, as many as 10 stories turned off their lights before their normal times. now employees say it was for the safety of customers and themselves after the wild scene that played out saturday. police say about 25 cars drove up to nordstrom here on block broadway plaza. they got out of their cars ransacked norström and jump back into those cars and drove away. police say they ran off with up to $200,000 in merchandise. and this is why we want to creeks. mayor is adding more police officers to the area and closing off the streets. he wants to prevent a repeat of saturday. he wants to prevent. something he wants to prevent. what happened here saturday night looters hurt 3 people in nordstrom police arrested 3 people. but dozens ran away. now officials are reviewing video and trying to find the people responsible. the city mayor is taking any preventive measures to keep customers and employees safe.
one shopper was unaware of what happened saturday night. they now have their guard up. >> i think this is going to be some serious thought considering that we have, you know, kids, family. i don't think we'll will be will be looking at the news of more often you know, as the holidays get closer and closer. >> now rayna james black friday is 3 days away after what happened saturday night store hours could be impacted here and across the bay area. so if you're planning to shop in the next few days. call ahead. back to you guys. >> thank you for that. camilla. some very solid advice this morning. you stay safe while you're out there reporting. >> well, 6. '03. there was a big police presence of san francisco's union square yesterday because of robberies. there. fact. a group of people, as you may have heard robin vandalized about a half dozen stores on friday night. louis baton was one of the biggest ones hit their union square. and you
now need a reservation apparently to get inside. that's a new policy they put in place. and while some shoppers say they do still feel safe despite this uptick in crime, some business owners tell us that they're in fact considering whether it's even worth staying in san francisco at all. >> everything's on the table right now and we love the city. gump's has been part of san francisco and part of union square for over 150 years. we help build this vibrant area. it would be extremely disappointing for us to have to pack up and leave. >> yes, san francisco police say the burglaries at union square were coordinated as of this morning. police have arrested 9 suspects connected to that case. >> well, in the south bay, police in san jose are now saying 2 different robberies at 2 malls across the street from one another might have all been coordinated as well. well, they say the group of robbers stole about $40,000 worth of merchandise from the lululemon store and santana row on sunday night around the same time, police say at least 2 people hit the valley. fair
mall across the street. they stole roughly $7,000 worth of goods from a sunglass hut. there. >> whoever was waiting outside and multiple vehicles. let me add that it was just wasn't one or 2 cars. it was 4, 5, cars. they're planning to load all these cars fully with merchandise. who knows. i tried to stop him, but they indicated they were really the run me over. so. >> backed off. >> well, no arrests have been made in either robbery and there's no information on possible suspects. there is a larger security presence at santana row. ahead of black friday. and in the east bay, this dramatic video shows a group of 9 people fleeing the sam's jewelers inside the southland mall. well, this happened sunday night around 5.30, police say the group used hammers to smash open the display case. they grab whatever they can take police say the jewelry store was the only location in the mall that was targeted. no arrests have been made. and this is well, this is the 3rd time in the past 2 weeks that a group of robbers has used hammers to
still jewelry from a bay area mall. a similar crimes also happened in concord as well as fairfield. >> well, governor gavin newsome is now stepping in to help protect stores here in the bay area. he announced that he's going to be directing the highway patrol basically to increase their presence near major retail centers all across the bay. the increase chp presidents will continue through the holiday season with the governor saying that it's been in contact with local mayors. police departments with individual stores to try come up with additional ways to stop these thieves. we want real accountability. >> we want people prosecuted and we want people to feel safe this holiday season. >> and the governor also announced a proposed increase in next year's state budget to try and combat retail crime. well with the rising fast, you might be thinking about changing your holiday shopping plans, local security experts say how you shop could actually be the difference in whether or not you're a victim too. >> you should be aware of
where the nearest exit is getting out of the store is your best option. came as much distance as you can from the people who are committing the crimes and also put items in for a hard items that poll that is attached to the closing 3 feet from you. you might have to grab that thing. you know, snap it off and use it to defend yourself. obviously you want to. that goes back to where it is right. you want to be a personally aware what's going on? >> hopefully doesn't ever come to that. but here's one example of that in some video that was recorded last week of a shopper doing something smart. you can see them in the foreground there getting into a photo booth and hiding while just a few feet away teenagers stole more than $50,000 of jewelry from a fairfield mall. experts say the you don't want to confront criminals many times are armed with in these cases like sledgehammers and other devices. you just want to hide or get away. and it's a really good advice. james. >> it wasn't just jewelers and designer stores that were robbed over the weekend. this video shows a group of
burglars bright get into the blunt and more dispensary. that's all near the colosseum. this happened around one 30 yesterday morning, the owner tells us he believes the burglars came from a side show that was happening nearby. people started scaling that fence before storming in rating. all the display cases they're 7 minutes later, security, right to chase them all with these recent attacks on marijuana related businesses owners say they're getting fed up with paying high taxes and not getting much in return when it comes to police response. >> extra security. and the taxes. we talk about tax try potentially we're talking a pick in the mayor's office. we don't know what we can do, but its top action would kind of talk. >> this was just one of several incidents that took place in oakland over the weekend. oakland police chief leronne armstrong held a news conference yesterday to address the crimes. we'll have more on that in the next hour. and there was a similar scene leandro around one 30 yesterday morning there was an attempted robbery at the blown
dispensary like all the other retail that we've seen recently police say multiple people pulled up in several cars. but when they tried to force their way in. they got into a shootout with the store security. luckily no one was injured. but the gunman did get away. >> well, new this morning, a big rig was hit by a train in san leandro or san pablo. it happened about 8.15 last night on chelsea avenue, right near emerald boulevard. the big rig was carrying cars when it was hit and all those cars and other debris went flying several 100 yards part of that rain fact came off its tracks. the truck driver of the train engineer had some minor injuries. but that was it. the 30 passengers who were on that train. we're also not hurt. thankfully. it is 6. '09. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news we have some new details about the man accused of plowing into a crowd at a christmas parade in wisconsin. so bring you up to speed on what we're learning about that man's past. >> plus some breaking news this morning. the fight administration taking a big step to try and bring gas prices down ahead of the
holidays. and after the break, another tahoe ski resort says it's going to have to delay its opening because of the lack of snow, john and hopefully want to be dealing with airport delays today because we are going to be looking at those clear skies on into the afternoon. overall good conditions for errands for any sort of travels you need to get done. >> not as warm as yesterday, though highs down into the 60's today. i've got your forecast. after the break.
>> we have some not so great news and other ski resort is pushing back its opening because of dry weather sugar. bowl was supposed to open this friday, but they say they have to postpone it until the weather allows him to start ski and snowboard season. they say they aren't sure where they're going to be able to open. but once they know when they are going make that announcement and maybe we'll all be able to go as a team and goats came one day all flexible as they used to. >> last time i went skiing. i literally every 20 feet or so turned upside down legs all bent up. i like that. now the be some snap and rightly so much bend and we don't want thanksgiving holiday, but job was to watch john johns, born and raised in snow yeah, probably pretty yen. doesn't
mean i'm that great they stand up that's a win right there. i know a lot of skiers out there kind of sad about the fact that ski season is getting pushed back a little bit. >> so many of us were optimistic when we saw that october rain and snowfall really coming down in the sierra. well, things have definitely slowed down now and warmed up a little bit. so a lot of that snow pack that we gained up there has actually begun to melt off a little bit. so we've got some work to do for sure. hopefully after thanksgiving will tap into moisture because for now we're not getting any of it. a nice view this morning outside a pier 15 in the bay bridge starting to brighten up. we do have fog returning to the central valley. but aside from that really overall some co-operative conditions here across the bay. we have rain and snow across the pacific northwest that loses steam as this frontal boundary reaches the bay area in the sierra. so we're going to remain dry. you can see some clouds this morning. that is a product of that cool air pushing in this is going to drop temperatures down from the 70's yesterday to today 60's that we're going to have as you're venturing outside, we're going to stay
on the cool side again tomorrow for your wednesday. temperatures begin to climb into thursday. but our real mild conditions are expected the weekend after thanksgiving. as for temperatures today, no 70's on the map. but we're staying in that nice comfortable range of 60's keep the light jacket on hand as you do venture outside today, you will definitely be wanting it. same carlos as well as campbell and then on up into the east bay for hayward as well as san leandro. our warmest of spots at 66 degrees elsewhere not far behind. mostly some mid 60's for your daytime highs across the bay area today. now you're look ahead at our next 7 days. temperatures tomorrow are coolest. after that, we start to see them climbing come the weekend. we stay dry through thanksgiving and through the weekend after thanksgiving too. this means good travel weather. good weather for your holiday shopping and whatever else you want to get done. maybe it's just heading out into the backyard and throwing the ball with the kids. like. i know james will be doing john, thank you for that. all right. let's get a look at your traffic heading from the east bay into the city. a little
under. >> i'd say 13 minutes now that they have the meteor lights on and traffic is starting to slow down that accident in the south. a long one. a one 2 lee wrote that has since been cleared. so we're starting to see one. oh, one start to regain its be again if you're traveling from a lacrosse towards the peninsula, be the san mateo bridge will be a little under 13 for you. that's also head over look at the richmond. sandra fell bridge traveling at a richmond a little under what appears to be about 12 minutes for you to make that right. the golden gate about 20 minutes traveling from the north bay into the city will have more weather and traffic coming up for now, let's get back to our top stories. >> well, we have former raiders wide receiver henry ruggs. he's going to remain under house arrest after nearly missing required block out blood alcohol test. he is required to take 4 of those tests a day in the wake of his involvement in that deadly car crash earlier this month. he well, he is suspected to be drunk while it happened. he appeared in court yesterday
because he missed a warning to take one of those blood alcohol test. he says he didn't hear the signal, the alarm that supposed to alert him, that it's time for a test from here on out. the rugs will have to wear a gps ankle monitor and another device that will be monitoring his blood alcohol level at all times. happening today. the trial of 3 men accused of killing ahmaud arbery in georgia could go to the jury at any moment. happening right now, prosecutors are going to be wrapping up their closing arguments. and then the judge will give instructions to the jury before they start their deliberations. arbery was shot and killed last year when he was seen running through a georgia neighborhood. he was just out for a jog father and son, greg and travis mcmichael and their neighbor. william bryan are charged in his murder. >> well, in national news. we're learning more information about what happened at a holiday parade and the suspect accused of driving that suv that plowed through the parade. meantime, the community in waukesha held a vigil to support the families of the 5 people killed and those that were injured. kelsey kerns dean has
that story for us. >> police tell us that brooks is playing a domestic disturbance call just minutes prior. we're also learning has an extensive criminal history. in fact, he was released from jail just 3 days before the crash. new details surrounding the criminal history of the man police say was behind the wheel of the red suv driven through the waukesha christmas parade. darryl brooks faces 5 counts of intentional homicide for the deadly incident. we actually had a squad and barricades up. >> and he drove right through the barricades and officers when officers tried to engage and stop the threat. he still continued through the crowd. >> but documents provided to news nation show brooks was released from jail just 3 days before the incident posting a $1000 bond brooks was previously jailed on charges of resisting arrest battery domestic abuse and reckless endangerment earlier this month. brooks was also charged in another incident involving a car allegedly running over a
woman with a vehicle in a gas station parking lot. brooks also has 2 pending felony cases against him. in addition to the recent arrest, brooks lengthy criminal history leading some to question how he was able to secure such a low bond a statement from the milwaukee county district attorney john reading the state's bail recommendation in this case was inappropriately low in light of the nature of the recent charges and the pending charges against mister brooks investigators are also still working to find out what specifically led to the incident. police chief dan thompson says he does not believe the crash was domestic terrorism but wants to keep the focus on the victims and the 5 victims who died. several of them members of milwaukee dancing grannies 79 year-old virginia sorenson 52 year-old camera deer and and 71 year-old lillyhanna owen also among those killed 81 year-old hospital and 52 year-old jane kulyk. >> and we do know here in
waukesha, a large attendance and the last night's vigil. and we're right here in front of a memorial. you can see the candles, teddy bears and posters. people showing their condolences. and today at 04:00pm brooks is due in court. back to you. >> thank you very much. and 6.19. coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news concerns over how the federal vaccine mandate could impact the tsa during the travel. our holiday travel season. we'll tell you what worries they have. we'll be right back. we are back at
6.23 governor gavin newsom toured a vaccine clinic in san francisco's mission district all in an effort to urge people to get their booster shots now that every adult can get one. exactly in california. expanded booster shot eligibility to all adults over the age of 18 before the cdc and the fda said adults throughout the country could get that extra salute lee. and so the governor says that the state has now the lowest covid positivity rate in the nation. that's great. >> but he says are still a lot more work to do. so here to celebrate. >> that success of sorts. but soberly and humbly and reminding people of the
importance not to let their guard down. >> well, the governor says 91% of all adult californians have received at least one dose of the covid-19 vaccines. all right. well, as millions of americans get ready to fly this holiday season. there were some concerns about how the federal vaccine mandate would be affecting. >> holiday travel, the airport act leaving now tsa officials are telling travelers don't worry. operations are not going to be affected. the agency says. >> 90% of their staff is comply with that mandate. we heard from travelers who say they agree with the new rule. >> people who don't want to get vaccinated shouldn't be in positions where they deal with the public so closely. so they have to get a different job. i think people should have a choice. but, know, we are in the pandemic saugus. you know, we're working with the public to do it. you have to do. >> yeah. the tsa estimates more than 20 million people will be screened over the thanksgiving holiday. coming up next on the kron 4 morning
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>> all right. we're back. coming up on 6.30 as we take a nice live look outside at a gorgeous shot of the transamerica pyramid right there is so nice outside. we were talking during the break about some of our favorite as we're getting ready for the holidays. all of those meals coming up. i'm looking forward to most talk about food weight. you have a favorite hungry are you have a staple that you go through the holidays without. aside from the turkey. well, as from the turkey, there's all. >> there's always some candied yams, particularly for me. that's my favorite thing. yeah, i was like there's only like a couple of the people in the family like it as much as i do. so it's basically for us. we get this whole to ship candied yams. that dessert 11 yet really get, i would say greens. okay. green ice are key. you a big on the stuffing. >> you know, not super big on the stuffing, the john, do you have a favorite food looks
like. i'm weird. i love the leftovers. i love to put the turkey inside some bread with some miracle whip and some talkies oh, yeah. i look forward to on and and this is a you guys know i've talk is behind the desk right i it is a good day to get outside, maybe doing some shopping ahead of thanksgiving getting all those favorites. and don't forget the talkies for sure. we are going to be looking at conditions today that will remain similar to yesterday. >> but a little bit cooler. we saw cold front swinging through last night. that is dropping temperatures just a little bit looking outside a half moon bay this morning. skies are nice and clear overall. we do have a couple of foggy spots further south along the bay side and then towards the central valley. that's where we've seen, especially dense to leave fog for a while now as far as temperatures go, 30's for double in as well as much of the north bay 40's to low 50's for the rest of the bay area. definitely not a morning to forget the jacket want to stay bundled up on what's a cold start to what will eventually be a pretty mild day.
>> reena john, thank you for that. right. so we're starting in on the bay bridge is a traveling from the east bay into the city. a little under 30 minutes. they turn those meteor lights on. they've been on since the top of the hour. but no major delays as soon as you hit the bridge. also the san mateo bridge across towards the peninsula little under 13 minutes for your drive time there. another new accident. i am scenes down in sunnyvale to 37 westbound west of north mathilde avenue. we do have an accident there. so keeping a close eye on conditions along the richmond. sandra fell bridge traveling there was traffic starts to pick up a little under 13 minutes to make your way across towards sandra fell. let's check out the golden gate bridge, about 20 minutes into the city. no major delays. we have more weather and traffic coming up. but for now, let's get back to these top stories tall, right. and we'll begin with breaking news this morning. just in time for the holiday travel season. gas prices. >> soon could be getting a little bit cheaper you can't believe it. yeah. it helps make that major announcement this morning and. >> a lot of people excited
about it. they raquel martin joining us live from dc to explain. good morning, >> good morning. will. later today we expect president biden to make the formal announcement that the administration plans to dip into oil reserves in order to balance out the supply and demand problem. we've seen play out for the past few weeks. we know as of last month we saw gas prices reached their highest levels since 2014. with the busy holiday travel now here, prompting millions of americans. they hit the roads. >> the biden administration is scrambling to lower the price of feel at the pump. we know it's tough for families to keep up with the rising cost tuesday president joe biden will announce new steps to bring prices down. the white house says it will now direct the department of energy to release 50 million barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve for weeks now the administration has hinted at the announcement aboard air force one white house press secretary jen psaki said the president is in
ongoing conversations with a range of countries the importance of. >> making sure that the supply out there meets the demands. a worldwide problem. >> to make it easier for americans. but it's a worldwide problem. the white house says the release will be done in coordination with countries like china, india, japan and the u k. >> and president biden will speak more about this later this afternoon. his remarks are scheduled for 02:00pm eastern time for now in washington. raquel martin, back to you guys. >> all right. thank you very much, raquel. >> well, as a lot of people hit the road before thanksgiving right now. california has some of the highest prices. >> in the so hopefully what they're doing in washington will help alleviate some of our pain right now across california. the state average is $4.70, a gallon of course, here in the bay area. we're looking at higher prices than that for 87 is what you expect to pay in san francisco. oakland for 79 on average with san jose for 80 center fell
actually up in the north bay. the only place a little bit more expensive than san francisco with 4.89, a gallon of gas. but again, hopefully what they're doing in washington will bring these prices down fingers crossed. it is 6.30 to another big story we're following this morning. some major changes coming to downtown walnut creek after that recent smash-and-grab robbery. we saw their broadway plaza to the north from we saw those images. a lot of people still scared about that this morning. we're learning more. >> about what was actually taken from all of force. camila barco live in walnut creek with some updated details. good morning. >> good morning, guys. yeah. take a look at broadway plaza. there's no cars driving up and down the street. instead, police officers are using these barricades to blocked traffic after what happened saturday night and the mayor here in one of creek says it's going to stay like this through the holidays. now, take a look at this map. a broadway plaza is located in downtown walnut creek. this is a strip full of stores,
including nordstrom. but on monday about 10 stores turned off their lights before their normal times. now employees say it was for the safety of customers and themselves after the wild scene that played out saturday. police say about 25 cars drove up to north from here on broadway plaza. they got out of their cars ransacked the store jumped back into those cars and drove away. police say they ran off with up to $200,000 in merchandise now want to take some air is adding more police officers to the area closed off broadway plaza to traffic at least through thanksgiving and christmas. now stores are also cutting back their hours her 3 employees in more strum. police arrested 3 people but doesn't ran away. officials are still reviewing video and trying to find the people responsible and the mayor of walnut creek says all options are on the table. he wants to prevent another highs like the
one on saturday night from happening again. but back out live here on broadway plaza. the store's normally open around 9.10, or 11. but rayna james, it's unclear if these stores will how hours will be cut back after what happened saturday night if you are planning on shopping here in the area or across the bay area. call ahead. back to you guys. just unfortunate that this has to. >> happened like this. thank you very much. camilla. all right. well, nearly 2 dozen illegal times as well as drugs have been taken off the streets of san francisco. >> police worked with the district attorney's office and federal authorities for this bust. kron four's. dan thorn has the details for us. >> 21 illegal weapons along with ammunition high capacity magazines and drug czar netted in a joint operation in san francisco. the atf sfpd in the san francisco district attorney's office are working to crack down on gun crimes is just one example.
>> of the many proactive approaches. we are taking to get guns out of the hands of criminals before district attorney chesa boudin says 4 people are now facing charges after the weapons were found at 2 locations in the city last week. johnson bruneau economy. ryan chance and kelly mean are accused of trying to sell the guns online through social media posts like this social media. definitely a key factor how cold it was communicated sell stolen goods. >> firearms and increasingly become a tool for law enforcement to disrupt dismantle and hold accountable those groups that are committing crimes and increase in fatal gun violence has been happening across the country as well as across the state california's department of justice released numbers in july showing gun-related killings in twenty-twenty accounted for nearly 3 out of 4 of the more than 2200 homicides in the state while facing a spike in shootings. san francisco city leaders decided in september to ban
untraceable firearms also known as ghost guns. last summer. the district attorney's office also sued 3 california based ghost gun makers to build it yourself weaponry has flooded the city's streets. i know that through getting guns off the streets, preventing illegal guns from entering our communities. we can make significant strides towards safety and justice for all reporting in san francisco. dan thorn kron 4 news. in the east bay. 3 people have been arrested in connection with that shooting of a retired oakland police captain or c joyner. >> we have surveillance video again from the shooting. this was back on october 21st on the left there. that's captain joyner. this was at a chevron gas station in west oakland when he was approached by several suspects who then tried to rob him. that's when the shootout occurred. joyner shot and killed one person. the others got away, although one person was arrested in houston and 2 others were arrested in sacramento. joyner was critically injured in that shootout. but he is now recovering.
>> and east bay oakland police chief leronne armstrong continues to plea with the community to stop the violence. there. this as the police department is spread thin trying to handle the uptick in crime that happened over the weekend during a 10 hour period on saturday. officers responded to more than 2 dozen incidents. they included an armed carjacking robberies, looting and illegal sideshows chief armstrong says the department is already preparing for a possible surge in crime next weekend. >> i want to be clear that we're not going to tolerate this type of activity in the city of oakland. we are going to respond amassing council members to step up and start having a conversation about the loss of life in this city beyond the politics with the support police are not. there is a clear problem in this city. >> the oakland police department continues to have staffing problems in the chief says he has to constantly move officers around it approval over time to fill in patrol shifts.
>> well, now to the south bay where elizabeth holmes will be back on the stand today facing more questions in her criminal fraud trial. the disgraced theranos founder is accused of falsely claiming that she had invented a breakthrough blood testing device. she gave investors and patients impressive looking data and test results to convince them that she created something revolutionary. prosecutors, though, say it was all fabricated yesterday. holmes testified that she honestly believed in her company's results and wasn't trying to mislead anyone if convicted, though she could be sentenced up to 20 years in prison. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news at 9. we've got female leaders in the bay area sitting down with former secretary of state hillary clinton will tell you why she and her longtime aide. >> we're in san francisco. plus 2 pictures from the giants are going to stay right here in the bay area for at least a few more years. we'll have details on the deal they signed and how that will help keep that help. the team next season. >> and skies are brightening up. now we're starting to see some sunshine as cfo and just
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>> and we're back at 6.42 former first lady and secretary of state and senator and presidential candidate hillary clinton was in francisco mouth over the weekend. bush's got quite as. >> well. in a story, you're only going to see here on kron. 4. vicki liviakis met with hillary clinton and her longtime aide hume avid e. >> billed as a conversation with hillary and in the audience, a who's who of female politicians 3 has inspired all of us. and that's came to hear from icahn hillary clinton as well as her longtime staffer whom aberdeen both out with border has climbing. a ladder, as i know wrote. >> it's not stepping on the fingers of the below is really change the lowest and pulling them out too. closer and
closer i hope when one of their united states trying to share that story. former secretary of state pending the fictional state of terror about facing down a terrorist attack. >> aberdeen surviving her husband sexting scandal and baring her soul. >> in her book, both and hillary clinton's message really important story right now. >> we need more love and we more courage. >> in san francisco. vicki liviakis kron 4 >> all right. well, as we take a live look behind us here. you'll see that the. >> the sun is up yeah. nice and clear another beautiful tuesday. it is, although a little on the cool side like it was yesterday morning to get on with our guys, yet definitely on the cool side
again. and today we're adding in a bit of a brisk wind do it too. >> sie's just going to make things a little bit more jacket where the than we had yesterday. we are looking at a cold front that is slit across the region and that means temperatures today are going to be as warm as yesterday's either but still gorgeous out there. a few high passing clouds. nice. bright skies, making their way down to san francisco san jose and some surrounding areas have seen some low lying cloud cover and the fog is the densest out towards the central valley again, return of that to leave fog. there's your cold front. it does have some rain and snow associated with it up in the pacific northwest, but it loses its energy as it slides across our neck of the woods and that's we're not tapping into any sort of moisture for travel for errands and for shopping. this all works out really nicely. i know we've got a busy next couple of days and mother nature is saying get out there, do the things you need to do. don't worry so much about the weather. we're going to stay cool today and tomorrow thursday we start to see temperatures rise just a little bit. and the weekend ahead of us. after thanksgiving. it's actually
going to be fairly mild with some daytime highs climbing back in the low 70's by the weekend today. no 70's on the map. we have those yesterday. today we're taking a drop into the 60's. still comfortable. certainly still nice. but just keep the jackets on hand even more so today, areas like redwood city at 65. will some of our warmest areas will be san carlos campbell as well as hayward in san leandro. all up to 66 degrees in each tied for some of your warmer spots oakland not far behind that at 65. well, the at 64 and a few more. 66 is up in sandra fell and nevado tomorrow's temperatures a little cooler. the coolest of the forecast but only by a degree or 2 note those evening lows continually falling into the 30's, especially tomorrow night into thursday night. we have some cool inland lows to be expected daytime highs. on the other hand, will remain mild in especially so into the weekend as highs climb back into the upper 60's to even low 70's reyna. john, thank you for that. all right. let's
get a look at your traffic today, heading from the east bay into the city right now. a little under. >> 15 minutes to make your drive. they're not seen any hazards along the bay bridge for the meteor lights are on. and so then it slows down a bit. heading across towards the peninsula little under 13 for your drive time. there are no major delays or issues. there is an accident. this is in sunnyvale, though, to 37 westbound west of north matilda avenue. so i do see a slight delay along to 37 as you're traveling there. you could go ahead and take 6.80, or 8.80, on tik you expressway for trying to get around that. let's head over look at the richmond center fell bridge. looks like traffic sluggishly slowing down there. so a little under 15 minutes for you to head as heading across towards sandra fell and we'll leave you look at the golden gate bridge, about 20 minutes traveling from the north bay into the city. we have a weather and traffic coming up for now, let's talk about sports. yeah. the giants, they moved pretty quick to resign
to their pictures to multi year deals and the forty-niners currently working on improving their game. >> before they met up with the vikings this weekend and a lot happening. kron. 4 sports director jason dumas says the latest for us in sports. >> anthony and alex wood 20 staying in the bay hanging out partying a little longer de signed a 3 year 36 million dollar extension while the lefty alex wood signed a two-year 20 million dollars extension he's slow friday finish the season 13 7. yeah, 3.1 7 in 31 starts. he threw 2 shutout, which was actually tied for the national league lead and he had a 152 strikeouts. great years. meanwhile, would not too shabby either. 10 to 4 record 3.8 3 he struck out a 152 batters this season. let's hear from the gm after the game on his to lose >> beyond is individual stats.
we were 21 in 10 games that he started so the team had a lot of success when he took the ball, which obviously is you know, the of the ultimate importance. we actually think we're going to get hit a sort of. >> really comfortable and secure a pitcher and anthony now that he's on a multi year deal. >> the forty-niners. they have one, 2 games in a row for the first time since september 19th when they beat the philadelphia eagles. now they sit at 500 and you're right back in the thick of the nfc playoff race. but despite the recent success, we start to tighten up a whole lot next week. the minnesota vikings will come to town who are equally as desperate as the niners. both teams are 5, 5, both teams also coming off a win and both teams had playoff goals heading into this season. >> there is some things that we did just way we came out of both sides of the ball. you know, obviously the long drive
off and started with just being able to throw the ball like that. and make 3rd been a number of that we need to get better at that. we're fortunate on the last scored a kid. a lot of that. we were going beagle formation. there's things are up by no means was a perfect better this week out there. >> how about some college hoops mark fox and the council. bears taking on the 23rd ranked florida gators and this one was ugly. quick. the bears never got to go on marion jones from uefa from beyond the arc 13 point for him. gators role, 80 to 60 cal will stay down in florida take on hall wednesday there and some sort of holiday tournament down there. hopefully they can get a win before they come back to the bay area. all righty. that is you're looking at sports. >> yeah. that was sports director jason dumas reporting for us this morning. the forty-niners, by the way, as i said, play the vikings, that's going to be at home at levi's on sunday afternoon. so make sure you tune in for that. and that's going to be gill will
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team. >> now busy decorating, the official white house christmas tree. you can see it there yesterday. 18 feet tall. and the tree from north carolina. yeah. decoration should be finished sometime in the in the next few days. and then the first lady says she will reveal the finished product next week. so we're looking forward to that. speaking of treef, we also have the official national christmas tree that's now in the west lawn of the u.s. capitol. we saw this one from california that came northern california. 84 feet tall to white fur. it was harvested from the 6 rivers national forest, which is right near the northern border between oregon and california. this year's christmas tree lighting ceremony is going to happen on sunday. december 5th. so we've got that to look forward to as well. and want to miss for your help this morning. a new survey finds that americans plan to gain about 8 pounds this holiday season. >> most of them aren't too concerned about the people just don't care anymore because according to urban life poll, 90% of plan on
enjoying the holiday season in a worrying about their diet and this could also be due to the pandemic. what do you think will stress that. yeah. i like how base their study. people plan on gaining. only a planning on just relaxing rewarding themselves with a good thanksgiving that if they gain weight, they gain weight. they're not bothered by it, because you know what, the pandemic was a little stressed. you deserve this you deserve it. but he joy. that's right. right take a break here at 6.55 bill coming up in the next hour, even looting and nordstrom's is going to impact your holiday shopping. >> the changes the city of walnut creek are making to protect the stores. that's right. plus president joe biden announcing his plan to make gas a little cheaper for you here as we enter into the holiday driving season. we'll have live report from washington. find out what they're doing and new details about the man accused of plowing into a crowd at a christmas parade in wisconsin. what we're learning.
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kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good morning, everybody. it is 07:00am here on tuesday. waking up to nice clear skies sunshine as we count down the days to that thanksgiving meal reyna harvey also this morning. >> we've been talking about some of our favorite things will get looking for i'm looking forward to my candied love that every year. and john, what's the one thing you're looking for your thanksgiving meal. come thursday is the turkey sandwiches get this sure. the miracle whip, which was a very unpopular key people give dollar time for that know the people of the talk is not the mere help, you like what you like >> so it's 10 year. that but yeah, i like all the other foods to and hopefully as you're getting outside these next couple of days. you can get your hands on all that food because it's going to be good. aaron's good shopping weather and good travel weather for that matter.
mother nature making things easier for us. this thanksgiving as we are looking at good weather all the way through the holiday looking outside this morning at san jose conditions out there are actually pretty clear. you can see there are some spots of low lying cloud, cover in the vicinity. we are seeing visibility. okay. for most of the bay early as the to leave fog back in play in the central valley. current temperatures are mostly in the 40's, although there's a good share of 30's in the north bay as well as over in dublin at 39 degrees. so jackets on this morning. in addition to those cold temperatures. it is a bit breezy at times so you want to stay warm and cozy on this tuesday. back over to rain. john, thank you so much for that. all right. if you're traveling from the east bay into the sea right now traffic picking up the meteor lights have been on since. >> about 6 o'clock this morning. a little under 13 minutes to make your drive to that fremont street exit in the city. the san mateo bridge in across towards the peninsula. no major issues or delays. a little under 14 minutes along to 37 westbound west of north mathilde avenue