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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 never working on thanksgiving. i don't really look at it as a work by just looking at is coming back to the thanksgiving. everybody. >> now at 9, making sure no one goes hungry. this thanksgiving. how nonprofits city leaders and more came together to served thousands of meals to those who need it the most. thank you for joining us tonight for kron 4 news at 9. happy thanksgiving. i'm dan thorn. >> and i'm pam moore on this holiday. there are a number of organizations around the bay area dedicated to making sure that nobody goes hungry. kron four's rob fladeboe takes us behind the scenes sharing a few of the stories of those who made all of these holiday meals possible.
>> hard at work since 02:00am leading the kitchen crew here at san jose city team ministry's is executive chef reynolds stuart, i'm giving back to others from lifting them up. >> i'm able to do that because all the people around me, our help really do that. working alongside stuart in cooking 60 turkeys and all the sides from volunteers like james knows what it's like to be homeless and hungry on thanksgiving when we show up, i mean, we show him the love. >> know we care know that in san jose and community cares about them and, you know, try to give them some i was raised, you know. >> in a way by my family to give back whatever you can across town. meanwhile here at saint james park. but he sealed windy. it showed up with 200 homemade chili their day in turkey is trying to help these people. they're hungry. yes. >> buddy need these. you know. >> everybody nearby. tom lee
and his crew from k the noodle. we're back for the 8th straight year. we fortune and we see that something lot of people than not fortunate, you know, to have food every day. sleeping on the cold hard ground last night and grateful for the hot meals. a very hungry richard off the lot. it's it's it's special with special day. >> with thanksgiving just like christmas. 2 special. we think. everybody that you know, and it supports homeless. >> back at city teen reynolds stewart and company were getting ready to serve dinner to some 300 people and they'll be back at it again tomorrow. >> when they say cherif, thank you. when they tell them. and thank you. that's the big way. >> san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> loaves and fishes family kitchen has been providing prepare nutritious meals free of charge to people who are hungry and homeless and been doing it for more than 40 years. today we stopped by one of their mobile locations. the
truck was stocked with traditional thanksgiving meals. but this is not just a holiday event, a volunteer with loaves and fishes spends every thursday afternoon in this parking lot at los altos high school handing out free food. we have somebody out just. >> just one person. it put a smile on their face. that's where learning enough for me. >> none of the extra meals go to waste either whatever is not distributed is donated to shelters. this program operates year round and the meals are given out. no questions asked. >> san francisco mayor london breed was among the dozens of volunteers who prepared in outdoor breakfast and brunch at glide memorial church this morning and they also delivered meals to the homeless encampments all across the city. >> the fact that are going out to people. you know, support and for the holidays here. hopefully pollen.
>> this is what thanksgiving is about. it is about giving things. it's about giving back and it's about being with the community that we serve. >> glide is always looking for volunteers, especially this time of year. the church just reopened its volunteer program. and we have details and how you can help out on our website. kron 4 dot com, dozens of local nonprofits worked hard this thanksgiving to make sure that every family has a warm meal on the table. but the redwood city based on profit there with care is doing much more than that. yeah. it provides support to low income families with children who are critically ill. >> well, for sale of a sack explains how it's helping families in the bay area not just today but every day. >> as we give thanks on thursday. many others are also giving back specifically for thanksgiving. we're making sure. >> that families have a warm meal on the table and we're also making sure they have beautiful celebratory settings as executive director sarah alexander explains. >> a bay area nonprofit there
with care doesn't just assist families for the holidays, but it's something they do on a daily basis throughout the year. we are providing direct support to families that have a sick child at the hospital and most nearly all of the families that we're working with are in financial distress. >> so what we do is we make regular calls or texts to families, many of whom are bedside with their child and we try to do what we can to make their life a little bit easier. most of what we do is providing and deliveries of purse trees, baby items, cleaning supplies and transportation assistance. >> there with care started helping families across the entire bay area nearly a decade ago. however, they say these last couple of years have been especially challenging research has shown that families on average spend anywhere between. >> 5,000 to $17,000 and out of pocket expenses. just getting their child to him for medical treatment. so. >> for families that we're working with that. many of whom fall below federal
poverty line. it is really difficult to just make it day to let alone think about how to care for your sick child together. the pandemic and mounting medical bills. >> put a huge financial stress on families they serve so much that they say referrals from social workers at children's hospitals increased 150% since the beginning of the year showing the need is deep and the need is growing as i mentioned, all of the families we're serving are in financial distress. so. >> to be able to get food on the table is really difficult over the last couple weeks. alexander says they were able to get out food, groceries and more to ensure that each one of their families had a warm meal on the table. this thanksgiving. i'm taylor reporting. >> kron 4 news. >> well, today president joe biden wished americans a happy and closer to normal thanksgiving it's second year celebrated in the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic. the president welcoming the resumption of the holiday traditions in many homes. >> you know, as we gather together again, our table in
our hearts. we are full of grace and gratitude for all those we love and as commander in chief. i'm especially grateful to our service members and their families with a sacrifice to our nation. >> biden also acknowledge the lives lost during the past year. the empty seat at the kitchen table or the dining room because of the coronavirus pandemic, a serious illness or a tragic accident. >> in national of arbery's mother is speaking out the day after the 3 men who shot and killed her son were convicted. she says she is thankful that justice was served. >> all. >> cooper jones gather with family and friends in georgia today. she says while she is thankful for the verdict. the murder convictions, of course, will not bring her son back. cooper jones also says the loss of her son leaves a huge hole in their family. that only did she lose her son. but her children lost a sibling and her grandchildren lost an
uncle. >> i'm thankful because this is the first thanksgiving. they will happen. saying that we haleigh and justice for my but again, i mean, heart still having that businesses. thanks my babies. thank you. >> the man convicted in operates death. all face a mandatory sentence of life in prison. the judge will decide whether their sentences are served with or without the possibility of parole. >> meantime, thousands of people in southern california spent their thanksgiving dinner in the dark. power's been shut off because of dangerous santa ana winds and fire risks. as shows us, it was a busy day for crews trying to clear fallen trees and to get the power restored. >> strong winds and dry conditions, not the recipe you want for your thanksgiving. we live in a fire zone. and for us it's particularly difficult because i have an animal rescue that's lady kelli hall
and runs the animal rescue alliance in chatsworth. horses, donkeys ducks geese and dogs. these are just some of the 60 plus animals on her property that need to be ready to go at a moment's notice. there's nothing worse. then. >> trying to evacuate at 3 o'clock in the morning in pitch, black darkness. that's always tough. precious good. >> and she is prepared for the next fire disaster. she has to 2000 gallon water tanks on her ranch. and yes, even her own fire truck, our first plan, of course, is to get all of the. >> animals evacuated and then shelter in defending place if we have to. >> the santa ana winds create dangerous fire conditions and some communities are without power to mitigate against the threat. we have no power and we're waiting for the power to come back on. whenever it come back on. whenever it does. we will be very thankful
and businesses have been without electricity for hours. light sell putting a damper on those holiday meal plans. those should have been >> love the name law. everyone's is going to be thousands of southern california edison customers have been left in the dark. thousands more being consider public safety power. shut-offs are a tool of last resort that we use to protect. >> our customers. and it means that we have exhausted all are other options protect against those elevator. power outages. lasting between 3 to 8 hours for some just huge >> that was reporting for us tonight, cal fire's, santa clara unit. the senate strike team to southern california during this santa ana wind event. authorities say the gust winds will make for a high fire danger over the next
several staff of them that this is happening at thanksgiving. now we want to check in with our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. he is actually taking a closer look at the fire risk in southern california tonight. yeah, we're very fortunate. we had all that rain here, those atmospheric river events that. >> pretty much shut down. our fire season locally in the bay area. the northern half of california southern california didn't get the rain that they needed and little red flag warnings continuing and they're seeing some very gusty winds. we called the offshore flow. well, the diablo winds here. they call the santa ana's in southern california. boy. they come over the santa monica mountain range. there and they can howl across that mountain range of fact, gusting as high as 50 plus miles per hour across some of the peaks there you can see overnight tonight expecting those offshore winds to be very gusty in spots, especially near 1000 all oaks and north and east of los angeles. so fire danger is going to be running high humidity down into the single digits. so extremely dry conditions. the good news is by tomorrow afternoon. you can see the winds switch there
more of an on shore breeze that will bring up the humidity and fire danger should come to an end. those red flag warnings, though, are expected to continue to lee 6 o'clock tomorrow evening. all right. get it back out into the bay area. see a couple high clouds begin to move in. we are also looking at some offshore winds around the bay area's those arrows moving offshore. but so far not real. gusty winds like southern california. we have some blustery winds overnight last night across some of our picks. but that was it. but high pressure start to weaken just a little bit. you see a cold front sliding on by that front bringing rain all the way up in the pacific parts of a seattle in parts of oregon as well. but california remain dry that front just going bring some high clouds as it drags itself across the top of that ridge outside tonight. you're seeing a couple high clouds out there and kind of a chilly night out there. again, not going to be as cold because of some of that cloud cover. but still, some of those temperatures are dropping off in the 40's place like livermore, 47 degrees. 47 in dublin. 49 in fremont of morgan hill and you're down in the mid 40's now in places like santa rose and also into
petaluma. so i think you see some of those numbers dropping off into the 30's for overnight lows in some of the valleys. our winds expected to stay offshore overnight here as we head through the night and that will bring that dry air here. but again, not those gusty winds like southern california by tomorrow afternoon. that's going to switch gears a little bit in fact, we'll see a little bit of an on shore. but you see start switched directions by tomorrow afternoon. that's going to be just enough to probably knock down our temperatures just slightly so highs tomorrow. looking at a beautiful day black friday shopping. go to it. temperatures going to be in the 60's and low 70's bring a jacket, though, tomorrow morning. little chilly in the 30's in the 40's. like a lot of people with the state and have leftovers. that sounds like an idea that i can deal all right, lawrence, thank you. all right. well, shopping malls are on high alert. that's ahead of the influx of black friday. shoppers. and of course the recent alarming trend of those smash and grab robberies. thieves have targeted everything from designer stores to mom and pop shops. a cannabis dispensary.
black friday typically means long lines and. >> hordes of people rushing into the stores. but as kron four's, rob nesbitt reports the smash and grabs are changing people's holiday plans. >> and as i was going back, i heard glass being broken. >> what was supposed to be a nice day at crissy field wednesday for stephen w turned into witnessing the smash and grab parked car. it saw him a distinctly take 2 bags of luggage out of the back of the smashed up vehicle. >> increase of smash and grabs outside cars and inside stores makes him question just how busy black friday will be. >> but area mayors including concord mayor, 10 medallion say that shopping safety should not be a concern. i mean, there's a lot of eyes on. >> on our shopping district right now and they usually are during the holidays anyway. so we just encourage people still coming out. please patronize our business as a sense of security that people seem to be trusting with an increase in crime. you know, deter you from going out to do your shopping. sara lee kaling says that she always has to be
aware of her surroundings in san francisco. >> unsettled by the videos of smash and grabs at retail stores during business hours don't think targeting people perhaps. >> but i guess that would be a scary situation to be in the store when it happens. locals. i spoke to one thanksgiving feel safe knowing where to go and where to avoid. it's tourists. they worry about embarrassed by what has become an unsettling norm and it was something like this happens in the middle of day. it's even more shocking. some people stop yesterday night. is this normal? i guess this is this is what we do. most of the people i spoke to say that they plan on avoiding shopping in stores altogether, not just on black friday. >> choosing to do their holiday shopping online in san francisco. rob nesbitt kron 4 news. >> the gunman still on the loose tonight after a private security guard who was on assignment with kron 4 was shot in oakland yesterday that $25,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to an arrest in this case. police say the incident was an attempted armed robbery to steal news camera
equipment. the shooting happening around 12 30 yesterday at the intersection of 14th in harrison near the 12 street bart station. this is video from the citizen app showing the scene yesterday that guard is now recovering in the hospital. officers later found an additional victim involved in the incident berkeley man who was also transported to highland hospital for treatment that man was hit by bullet shrapnel. that's according to police kron 4 can confirm that he has since been released from hospital. a reporter was not physically injured in recent years. this has become a common practice for bay area television stations, including here at kron 4 news to send our reporters and photographers out with private security guards while covering our news reports. happening now, the chp out in full force this weekend looking for dangerous drivers. as we look at the bay bridge toll plaza. the agency kicked off its holiday maximum enforcement period yesterday. all available chp officers will be on patrol until sunday at
midnight. they're monitoring for seat belt violations. speeding distracted driving and signs of dui. and the chp says too early morning crashes have left at least 2 people dead and several others injured. >> the first happened about 3 o'clock in the morning just north of ralston avenue in belmont. police say a gray honda drifted into the northbound lane on highway one. oh, one in the wrong direction with its lights off the car was then hit head on and 2 other cars were struck as well. the driver of the green honda was taken to a local hospital where she later died. another person was killed in a crash about 6 o'clock this morning that south of brentwood, according to the chp, a truck was headed north. a car was traveling south. this was on vasco road when for an unknown reason, one of them crossed over into on-coming traffic near walnut. boulevard. the driver of the car died at the scene. the driver of the truck was taken to the hospital with major injuries. both crashes are still under investigation.
it's not clear whether drugs or alcohol were factors in either one. >> still ahead tonight at 9 o'clock. we'll children need to get a covid booster shot. the nation's top doctors weighing in. plus hospitals overwhelmed with covid patients in one state with the federal government has been called in to help combat this latest survey. also countless customers left high and dry how a popular holiday meal market is responding after its workers. >> didn't show up to work on thanksgiving. and holiday shopping season is here. but so are the scammers looking to rip off people who are vulnerable. what you need to watch out for next.
>> we love to see that in case you missed it, this holiday tradition. the macy's thanksgiving day parade was back in full force this morning in new york last year's parade was significantly scaled back because of covid. but this year people were actually allowed to line the streets again, as, of course, the giant balloons, the floats and performers made their way through the city streets today marking the 95th annual tradition very cool. well, thanksgiving used to be a busy shopping day. but many stores once again chosen to close for the second year in a row, wal-mart target best buy,
kohl's and macy's. they're just some of the big box retailers that close their doors today. certain grocery stores are open, but they have limited hours. target has actually made a commitment this week to never open again on thanksgiving while other retailers have not committed to staying closed on thanksgiving in the future. >> shopping on amazon tomorrow might be a challenge. that's because employees could go on strike a coalition of workers and labor group says that amazon employees want better pay and improvod workplace conditions among other issues. they also want the company to be more proactive on things such as climate change, those groups are calling on employees at warehouses at the data centers and the factories to go on a black friday strike at amazon spokesperson says that the company is already taking steps to address those concerns. >> new at 9. the holiday shopping season is here and it's a very busy time for skin as she unfortunate part of it tonight. the better business
bureau is out with a list of its top 12 scams and many of them are targeting online shoppers, ileana diaz reports on what you should be on the lookout for while you shop. >> according to the better business bureau, misleading social media ads are the most commonly reported scams counting for more than a 3rd of all reports last year. social media gift exchanges are used to steal your personal info holiday apps to ask your credit card in exchange for a direct line to santa. those should likely be avoided. then compromise account alerts are a year round scam delete the emails and confirm everything is ok directly, then there's free gift cards. nothing is free, especially when they ask for credit card info number 6 is temporary holiday jobs. they ask you for money for that promise. big pay for a small amount of work. they're not legit. look-alike websites can be tricky because it's easy to type a wrong key. so make sure the site is legit before entering your personal information and fake charities offered to donate a portion of
their profits to a good cause. but then don't number 9 on the list is fake shipping scams. their popular over the holidays. they send out e-mails with links ask you for your personal information. scammers are creating fake pop-up holiday virtual events and then charging admission to try to steal your credit card number. then there's top holiday wish list items being sold at ridiculously low rates. those are probably not legit. and last but not least on the list. there's puppy scams before you buy that four-legged friend make sure you see the puppy in person since they're usually are no refunds and the key here is to remember the old adage. it seems like it's too good to be true, it probably is. >> next at 9 global health officials raising concerns over another new variant of covid-19 where it's been attacked and why experts are saying they're monitoring it closely plus from spending years behind bars to a bank account the nearly million dollars worth of donations
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in fact, across the united states the tsa screened, a total of 2.3 million passengers on wednesday. the agency says that is about 88% of the travelers who was screened on this very same day back in 2000, 19 during the pandemic last year the tsa screened only 1.1 million passengers the day before thanksgiving. >> issues with unruly passengers to become increasingly common in air travel since the pandemic. unfortunately. so now as evan lambert reports that the department of justice is calling on federal prosecutors to prioritize cases of violence on airplanes. we are seeing more of these unruly passenger incidents and more of them are turning to physically violent a reminder here breaking any kind of rule from a flight crew on board a plane is a violation of federal law. from flight attendants taking punches to passengers taped to their seats during wild in air
rants. >> this holiday season. it's possible you'll witness a case of air rage on your flight. just this week, the department of justice announcing a crackdown in a memo. wednesday. attorney general merrick garland directing us attorneys to prioritize prosecutions of federal crimes involving on board threats and assaults. it reads in part, quote, when passengers commit violent acts against other passengers in the close confines of a commercial aircraft. the conduct and dangers everyone on board. >> 2 punching taking biting shoving and spitting. it is disgusting as of tuesday. the faa says it's gotten more than 5300 reports of unruly passenger incidents since january about 80% of them nearly 4,000 are masked related this month. the agency said its proposed more than $200,000 in civil fines for 10 passengers accused of violent physical assaults. >> noting that since it announced a 0 tolerance policy on really incidents are
slightly down since november. 37 of the most egregious cases have been turned over to the fbi for criminal investigation. what we're dealing with now is the airline's basically saying and the flight attendants and the pilots. hey, let's get real here referred to the doj. let's prosecute. >> that was evan lambert reporting tonight air travel experts point out alcohol and mask mandates are largely was fueling this kind of behavior. some airports are now weighing whether to consider introducing a drink limit at the bars of the airport before letting passengers board a flight. >> developing tonight, a new coronavirus variant has been detected in south africa that scientists say is a concern because of its high number of mutations and rapid spread among young people in the country's most populated areas. last thing we need to hear right health officials in south africa say the variant is fueling a dramatic rise in cases there. it has also been detected in botswana and in
hong kong. >> it is not clear whether the new variant currently identified as b 1, 1, 5, 2, 9, makes the vaccine less effective. in fact, the world health organization is expected to meet tomorrow. it will determine whether it should be designated as a variant of concern. >> michigan is currently experiencing the highest rate of new covid cases in the entire us with roughly 8500 cases per day as dave spence reports, the federal government is now sending 2 medical teams to 8 hospitals who are overwhelmed by this latest search. >> beaumont hospital in dearborn is in the midst of a terrible combination, an influx of covid patients and not enough staff to handle them. so when the opportunity came to request help from fema. they took it starting next week. 22 employees from all over the country will clock in at the hospital. >> they make about them should be a large number of nurses
some respiratory therapist and a couple possessions. and while any help is appreciated. admittedly 22 is not nearly enough. if we had probably store between 2 just said that would make us feel a lot better. >> and you know, probably for the for the entire health system. you 1000 nurses would be fantastic. the state of michigan was given this opportunity from fema because we're currently the state, seeing the biggest increase in new covid cases. >> health officials link it to 2 factors. kids are back to in-person learning. >> bringing a potentially covid covid variants home to their family members who are potentially unvaccinated coupled with a drastic temperature drop we've seen about a 200% increase in the number of covid patients in the hospitals and beau monde from some time are told now we believe that's driven by the weather and people being driven inside. and if you add in the lack of workers due to early retirement and other factors. that's when this
combination really gets dangerous. we have just some challenges with our team's been incredibly burned out and exhausted and tired and there are a little bit frustrated and so trying to work through that with them that this help just kind of signifies that are not alone. people are noticing it. that was dave spence reporting for us tonight. the u.s. as a whole is experiencing a rise in new daily covid cases as we get closer to the winner. >> the cdc says the 7 day average of covid cases has risen by nearly 10% over the last week. at least one bay area hospital system is showing improvement. infectious disease expert doctor peter chin-hong says only 11 patients are hospitalized with covid tonight across all of ucsf hospitals, calling it a quote, far cry from this time last year. the doctor is wishing everyone a happy thanksgiving and we wish him on as well. that's true. well, a new
survey by the marketing company called one poll suggests that the pandemic may have left a permanent mark on the holiday season of the 2000 americans surveyed about 60% said the pandemic. >> caused them to re evaluate the holidays with 68% saying the way they celebrate has changed forever when it comes to food. 44 1% of people said they cooked a holiday meal by themselves for the first time last year and 58% of them say they plan to do it again this year. more than half ditching the turkey for pasta state pizza and fast food last year, experts in the united states working to determine if and when children and teenagers will need to get a booster shot. infectious disease. expert doctor anthony fauci says. >> it is less likely that adolescents will need an extra shot because of their robust immune systems. officials say pediatric studies are underway right now and more information should be available next year.
>> still ahead in sports with a nail-biter in overtime in dallas. the raiders, their fans probably. feeling this one sports director jason dumas says the plus. >> what's being done to protect the giant sequoias from wildfires. we finish our series on california's magnificent trees with a closer look at the effort on the way to keep them safe. >> it hasn't rained for quite a while. could we soon see some raindrops return to the bay area. we'll check that o
but our here, we are just getting started. >> football and thanksgiving goes together like peanut butter and jelly baking in a salt pepper catch-up in fried onions on a cheese steak. all right. up probably lost everyone. they're that's a philly thing. let's head to jerry's world. the raiders. they were taken on the dallas cowboys. trying to help the raiders snap a four-game losing streak end. this should help. 3rd play of the game for the raiders. sean jackson. and we've seen that before, especially in jerry world, 56 yard, touchdown catch. he's still fast. all righty. then josh jacobs, he gets the touchdown 3rd quarter we go raiders up 17 13. look at marcus mariota get some runs. he scores on the keeper. the raiders looking good. but on the ensuing kickoff. you just can't lit this happened. tony
pollard, 100 yard. >> house call. >> 2719 after the missed pa right to the 4th quarter. we go, this is when things got good prescott fines don't shots. now. the great looking ball 32 yard touchdown were tied at 30 after a successful two-point conversion after raiders field goal that the cowboys. they tied up right here and they forced overtime and guess what, we have extra football in ot. after a cowboys 3, an out 1318 for the raiders and the quarterback never turned his head as a jones gets it, that leads to that overtime field goal. guess what? the raiders. they when darrell carlson walk-off, they snap a three-game skid. they going to jerry's world. they beat the cowboys on thanksgiving. let's head out to the dea. lions hosting the bears lousy teams if we're
being honest coming straight to the 3rd jared goff, the marine catholic kid finds tj hockenson for the 17 yard. grab i'm getting a scowl by pam right now. home hometown of pam chicago their teacher. no no. i know a bunch of hit the field goal right there. i know you're from detroit tampa, 1614 bears. >> they win this one. all righty. we all have our thanksgiving traditions and everyone is different so who am i to judge you for eating your green bean casserole. anyway, let's hear from some of the forty-niners and find out their favorite thanksgiving dishes. >> favorite thanksgiving. this would be. the macaroni and cheese and sweet potatoes. >> growing up. my mom always made this noodles to show is really good. and my wife thinks it's really good green bean casserole stuffing guy personally stuffing cranberry sauce could go to underrated. i'd say green bean casserole.
because you're not going anywhere else something is good. sweet potato pie. >> like fried turkey. >> 2 wins in them and years. but i'll take a few out take up, take some takes on. >> shetland arden key. he went to louisiana state university chitlins man and i've never had to green bean casserole kind of take pride in that all
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>> the total assessment of the damage to california's giant sequoia trees from the recent wildfires is still being calculated. all as efforts are also underway to try and save the giant trees from the next wildfire. >> but it is enough being done. that's a question trip. chip yost is looking at tonight and part 3 of his story on the future of the sequoia. >> when a fire stab wishes self and lowered read we can and we knew we had a problem from his perch on an observation deck above the red wood canyon grow. the largest grove of giant sequoias in the world. sequoia and kings canyon national parks fire management officer john ziegler notes. some of the giant trees below were killed in the camp. he complex fire. but he also knows another truth, although we don't.
>> we really don't like destructive you know, sometimes there's a silver lining. the silver lining in this case is that some of this land was in desperate need of a prescribed burn that is a fire intentionally set by firefighters to get rid of smaller trees and brush buildup that when left unchecked can turn a small or moderate fire into one big enough. >> to burn swathes of giant sequoias, something that just 10 years ago was unheard of the good news in the knp complex fire. is that part of it went through just like a smaller prescribed burn would have this part of the fire actually treated about 70%. >> of the unit. we have a plan to burn anyway. all the stumps. you can see where they cut. this is the ones we're telling you guys about another part of protecting sequoias involves mechanical thinning physically cutting and removing some of the trees in
clearing brush around them, something that seemed to help. >> in the nearby windy fire. >> right now we're on the trail of a 100 giants. and as you can see, there is destruction all around from the windy fire. but the fire was not as devastating here as elsewhere. just look at this tree right here. yes, there is black on the bottom. but as you look up, there's still a lot of green on the branch is one reason fire officials say this part of the park did a lot better than others is because of all the prep work that was done ahead of time unfortunately for the rest of the forest decades of fire suppression. >> have left a lot more work to be done. >> for mixed conifer overall. our fire ecologists has told me we need to burn 30,000 acres a year. we burn 1000 and a good year and a prescribed fire. last year. the state of california and the u.s. forest service signed an agreement in which each made commitments to increase a chopper, a shuns and take other actions.
>> to address as they put it, the overly dense ailing forests that dominate the landscape today. we need to get on that. we need to increase the pace and skill. >> wildfires burn fast. they don't wait for us to fill out a million forms. and you know, so we need to increase the pace and scale of our treatments on the western slopes of california. sierra nevada mountain range. i'm chip yost. >> well, one of my disappointments so far them going to change that. i have to go see those trees. there's nothing like down and yeah, when you stand next to him that one thing to i mean, it's just unbelievable how gigantic an these things are. yeah. amazing. so got to see him go on the guys around the bay area. we've been trying to get some rainfall in the bay area. but november has been very, very dry gangbusters of a start with all that rain early
on october, those atmospheric rivers with things have quieted down. >> the focus now is moved up further to the north. so yes, dry out there right now, mostly clear a little bit hazy out there over the bay at this time. now things are going to begin to shift gears a little bit. we're watching this ridge of high pressure beginning to break down. you're starting to see some higher clouds filtering our skies tonight. but tomorrow looks like another beautiful day. you're going to see a mixture some sunshine and a few passing clouds, especially late today. i think tomorrow sunset should be really something else. temperatures, though. well, in the 60's. maybe some low 70's around the bay area right now that front kind of run right to that ridge of high pressure. so it's going to fall apart as it moves on through once the moves by high pressure starts to build in behind it. we're back to that dry pattern setting itself up again, this is going to play itself out over the next few days, maybe the next 7, maybe the next 10 days watch here on long range forecast model. as you see all the focus of these storms continue to say that the north once that front moves by the ridge builds in behind it and really sends all that moisture well to the
north. so continue to get pounded with rain. they've had flooding issues up in the pacific northwest up into parts of canada as well. and the focus is going to be on them with the coming storms again as we get in the middle of next week. again, another front gets a little bit closer, but high pressure starts to break down a little bit only to reestablish itself again and build back in said all that rain well to the north. now there's a hint of the long-range models. the right around the 8th to 10th right in that period that we're going to see a major shift in the pattern. looks like it could be extremely wet. maybe we start to talk about some atmospheric river events return to the bay area. but for now, remain a dry temperatures going to be not quite as cold. still chilly 30's and 40's around a good part of the bay early tomorrow morning. then by day, tomorrow, we head off to a little fun shopping. black friday temperatures in the 60's. much of san francisco about 63 degrees. daly city 64 in half moon, bay 66 and sunny and burlingame about 70 degrees in san carlos, the south bay hazy sunshine numbers there in the 60's and the 70's getting close to 70
and live more by tomorrow afternoon 67 in moraga and for our friends in laos 65 degrees. a little bit hazy 67 in pittsburgh, 66 degrees in petaluma, about 70 degrees in san anselmo next few days. lot of sunshine coming our way the joint want here looks like that pattern is going to hold steady, not just this weekend, the well into next week. so we're hoping right around that second week or so in december, we start to talk about a return of some rain really hoping. haha. all right. thank you. all right. thanks a lot, lawrence. well, new at 9 o'clock. >> an employee walkout at a boston market in san bernardino character county leaving customers scrambling to provide a thanksgiving dinner for their family had kang in rancho cucamonga with more on the holiday walkout and reaction from the people who say this rule and their holiday. >> customer after customer after customer disappointed instead of a delicious thanksgiving meal. it's a ghost town at this boston market. we get here. >> and now sign on the door. sorry, no employees.
>> and you're not getting your this sign reads no employees showing up today we are unable to fulfill the orders we're sorry. this is upsetting is very upsetting people waiting to feed right now and the food. you see the food inside of the store and we can't get to it by. look at our age is no phone call. they they've charged card. $40 sharp and his sisters say they never got a phone call email or text. >> that their food was unavailable. we have no thanksgiving dinner. you can see the boston market boxes stacked inside the rancho cucamonga store on foothill boulevard. >> diego santa spent hours on the road to see his family. we drove down from fresno, california has 4 hours to spend thanksgiving with their family. >> and we came out here to pick up the sites. we you know, we had a good amount of money for this and it looks like all the employees have walked out. this woman drove from riverside. she got an email confirmation that her food was ready. >> but no warning. it's stuck
behind these locked doors. we have a lot of people over expecting dinner and i was going to scramble to try to find something. even know if we're going to get money back family say they've lost their appetite for boston market. and if they can't find an alternative their thanksgiving dinner tables will be empty tonight. not any pace. we're sorry. we canceled the order. nothing. >> so they've just taken the money and run. >> that was gene kang reporting for us tonight. in a statement, a spokesperson for boston market said the company was investigating why the employees were missing and we'll refund the orders of every guest affected by this incident. >> for native americans. this holiday. instead is a time to mourn the genocide of their ancestors waves of colonizers brutally forcing them to assimilate and abandon their cultural ways and languages this morning indigenous people, many different tribes gathered in san jose to commemorate the 10th annual an
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