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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> thanks for joining us here on the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm noelle bellow. today is sunday november 28th. it is the final sunday of november. we've got a lot to get to this morning that we want to start off by getting a check of your forecast. the sun is starting to rise here across the bay area and it's looking like another beautiful day. dave spahr standing by with a check of your forecast a day. >> hey, good morning. well, good morning, for today pretty much the same as what we had from yesterday. we'll see those temperatures still reach into some of the lower 70's
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going on. lots of sunshine and little for the way of winds. we're going to see a little bit more of that also into next week, too quick check on what things are doing right now. little bit of sun making its way known across the east bay shoreline little bit left over haze and fog from the overnight and a little bit of orange hue. you can see off towards the distance. the storm track as well to the north. it will stay that way. we'll get kind some minor punctures happen during the week ahead. it looks like our temperature check. we have a lot of 40's on the board, as you will notice here, about 50 per hayward 43 for livermore. 43 also for antioch and 47 coming in for san jose winds. very inactive. in fact, they will stay that way on into early next our new little system. that's again a week. one may drive some local winds week as far as that search for rain is concerned starter
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report. it doesn't look like we're going to see anything at least for the week ahead. well. thanks, dave. >> we are continuing to follow the news of the death of kron 4 security guard. kevin nishita, friends, family and even those who didn't know him personally are honoring the man who died saturday morning after he was shot while of protecting one of our own reporters. police are still searching for the gunman responsible for his death, though they haven't released a suspect description just yet. oakland police have released a photograph of this vehicle which they believe to be connected to his murder is a white four-door 2000, 4 to 2008 acura tl sedan, as you can see in this photograph that has no front license plate. anyone with information, though, about this vehicle is urged to contact oakland homicide detectives or oakland crime stoppers there is a reward of $32,500 being offered for any
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information that could lead police to an arrest in this case. now that was working as a private security guard with star protection agency when he was shot and killed on the job. wednesday. before that, though he worked as a police officer with san jose hayward and coma. police departments. kron four's. gayle ong spoke with some who knew him well. >> this smile would light up a room for sure. kevin ishida was known for his smile and generosity come in was such he would give his shirt the back to anybody that needed it. he was always there for anyone for anything any time. sergeant don marchetti with the coma. police department work with michigan and law enforcement for several years. first in san jose then in coma, i came here follow him. money. yeah, is is nice because here we've got to work more closely together. and
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just got to really. know him and the person that he was you and caring person that he was officer kim trask also followed initiated tacoma from another agency. he is described as a mentor to many. i kind nervous about trying to go to agency. but. >> you just reminded me that you can do the job. you're going to be good. he put a good word for me. so i honestly do believe because of kevin is one of the reasons why i got hired coma. >> and he was also there for her first case, a fraud call even though he had other cases he was working on. he actually came out to the scene and health mean and pretty much. kind of took over the investigation and then walk me through it. the shooter was a retired police officer who served at the oakland housing authority. hayward san jose and the coma. police departments. >> he later worked as a private security guard for star protection agency on wednesday around 1220 in the afternoon. he was shot in an
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attempted robbery while on assignment in oakland protecting a kron 4 reporter. the shooting happened near the intersection of 14th in harrison. he was rushed to highland hospital where he died saturday morning from his injuries, law enforcement from across the bay area are sending their condolences rnmembering him as someone who was hardworking kind and served and protected his communities. gayle ong kron 4 news. here at kron. 4. of course we are devastated by kevin's lost many of us worked with him very closely. >> a crown for vice president and general manager jim rose has issued a statement on our behalf. it reads in part, quote, the news is devastating and our deepest sympathy goes to his family as well as his friends and colleagues. you can read our full statement online at kron 4 dot com. we did reach out to oakland. mayor libby schaff for comment, but we have not heard from her. however, oakland city council member dan cow has issued a statement saying,
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quote, i am so deeply saddened about the tragic loss of kevin ishida. my deepest condolences to his family and to the kron family. he was a man of honor with a career to be proud of. california. congressman eric swalwell also offering his condolences on twitter yesterday he called the last heart breaking and thanks an issue to for his years of service. the congressman is calling for his killer to be brought to justice. and there is a fund that's been set up for the issue to family donations to his family can be made to the kevin mushy to trust at the metropolitan bank in oakland. they can be made in person or by mail the information that's on your screen here is also available for you at kron 4 dot com and we do again, just want to send our deepest condolences to his family and any help anyone would like to give to is is a deeply appreciated. coming up here on the kron 00:00am morning news world leaders are on high alert due to a new
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covid-19 variant. >> we've got more details on where it's being detected so far and the restrictions in place to keep it from spreading. plus, millions of people on their way home from thanksgiving celebrations today. we've got a live report from san francisco international airport. coming up. and after the break, tips to keep you from going into debt while holiday shopping i'm gonna need those stick with us. kron 4 morning news continues after the break.
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>> for your money this sunday morning. people are looking to make up for missing out on of the holidays last year. but it's important to keep your budget in mind. see don't regret any of the purchases you may make brad jones spoke to a financial expert to get some basic advice to make sure you only spend what you can afford. >> when it comes to holiday shopping. you need a budget before buying the first gift. tim hour with try and financial advisors recommend setting your limit by looking at other financial responsibilities. first you need to start with a big number question, which is how much can my family responsibly dedicate the holiday gift giving this year and then once you've gotten to that number, then you can begin to break it down by each of the individuals or organizations that you plan to give to. he
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says you should get because you want to not because you have to and you shouldn't go into debt to do it. you want to give 10 day. you want to give in, say the month of november or december and then know that that expense is gone when it comes to using our says plastic does offer some perks, but it's important to keep track of what you're spending. we tend to get even better deals, more points being awarded at this time of year to entice us to put money on that credit card and it's totally fine to do that as long as you have the ability to pay it off by the end of the month. so you don't end up having to pay an extra dollar in interest charges. many online retailers now offer the ability to prolong our says that's the wrong approach. if you can't afford that gift today. if you have to pay over 2, 3, 4, 7, installments. you probably can't afford that gift. >> and rain and showers are not part of a little package
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that we're getting this week at all. looks like a dry week up ahead with temperatures well, much the same as we're looking at for today scratching into the lower 70's. we'll take a look at your sunday coming up in just a bit. better.
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>> welcome back. 7.14 on this a sunny sunday morning. it's looking pretty gorgeous out there. dave spahr is standing
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by in the weather center. he's got a little bit more detail on whether or not we need jackets today day because the sun is shining. yeah. think we need a jacket sweater. i think you're ok, let's go to the coastal areas and all might be a little bit cooler. you know, when you always tend to get a little bit of a breeze cook and there. but. >> not bad for november late november day as we finish up the month here night little live shot coming in. the east bay shoreline a little bit of orange left over in that their picture. >> but you got it. it's a pretty nice start to the day and get used to it because there is more where that came from. yeah. we have this high pressure that's basically in control now. we do see a weak system early in the week coming here might stir up some scattered clouds. it's a possibility here. also drive maybe a little bit the way some local winds but not really much of a change. we don't see in our 7 day forecast. certainly rain has been put on hiatus a little bit here. 40's cover good piece of territory here. we have 43 at the santa rosa mid 40's off to the east bay. you can expect more of the same for the week ahead. 54 checking in for san francisco.
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half moon bay relative at lafayette 56 there. 47 down to the santa clara valley for san jose. what is run through it in future cast for give you a quick idea. what we expect here, not much. a few scattered clouds here as we get through monday. yeah. this was something that was worth watching about 7 days we get some rain out of that. but as we can see, not much happening there. so here's the game plan this weekend continues. sunny and nice upper 60's lower 70's then for the week ahead, we're holding pretty steady with sunny and temperatures around 70 ihsan on the well inland areas. we're looking at some lower 70's and there's a little bit of a slight increase for the south bay head points to the south inland. those temperatures start to get a little bit more lofty here and then into next weekend. it is dry and mild temperatures still holding about 70 the week that follows. well, that's possibility. there might be able to scrounge up something there. maybe not so much for us, but at least for the mountains, give them a little bit the way some snow 71 san francisco and not bad to finish off november. 72 going on for oakland san jose checks
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in at 75 you see that difference there from oakland san jose, little bit warmer in the south. as you get to those inland spots and on the board we have redwood city at 74 along with fremont 72 for tri valley. looks like up in the north bay here, too. we could see some pockets of warm weather there and around 76 coming up in a bit here. we'll check in your 4 zone forecast. thanks, dave. >> take a live look at san francisco international airport this morning. absolutely gorgeous. thousands of people are set to pass through there today, heading back home from the thanksgiving holidays. aaa actually predicted more than 4 million people will have traveled by plane over this last week. kron fours camila barco joining us live from inside the airport this morning. >> camila. it does look like there's some people there. but doesn't look too crazy as a goat. >> that's the best part. if you're currently at right now, you're not going to be waiting in long lines. it's smooth going here at sfo as many people head back from the
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thanksgiving weekend and we're currently at terminal one here at sfo. and if i step out of the way. you can people here at what it looks like here at the air. for american airlines at terminal one here at sfo. >> as you can see, it's not that busy people are able to check in without any problems. no long lines. >> seems are having some issues with camilla's microphone there. we are going to try and check in with her again in just a little bit. she said yesterday her dad was flying back from san francisco international airport and it took them about an hour to get through security. so if you do have a later flight today, maybe make sure you pack your patience and get there a little early just to make sure you don't miss top-flight aaa also predicted more than 48 million people are going to be traveling by car. this
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thanksgiving holiday. they already named san francisco as one of the cities where traffic could be the worst. but looking at the bay bridge there. it's pretty clear this morning. drivers are going to see the most congestion, though, on 80 eastbound and i 5.80 to san pablo dam road aaa saying the worst times to hit the road. today is between 01:00pm and 07:00pm. so right now it's kind of that sweet spot best time to drive any time before noon. again, just make sure you you either head out early, whether you're going to the airport or traveling by car. either way, it's best give yourself a little bit of cushion time. if you are flying home from thanksgiving destinations tsa says there are some rules about the leftovers. the you can bring on the plane, things like meat, baked goods casseroles and macaroni and cheese. they can all go through a security checkpoint in your carry on bags. liquid items, though. like any gravy, wine, cranberry sauce. all of
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that needs to go in your checked bag, which i would not such putting liquid in your checked bag. but okay. tsa says items that need to be kept cold must be frozen solid and not melted before going through a checkpoint because then that would mean that they were like, what you are allowed to use ice packs, though as well. so be sure do that. if you'd like tsa says has recovered an alarming number of guns from passengers trying to get through airport security checkpoints lately. the news comes a week after the accidental discharge of a gun at hartsfield-jackson international airport in atlanta. agents pulled a passenger over for a second screening of his carry on when the gun discharged and in boise, agents found 2 loaded guns. this week agents and pittsburgh found their 32nd loaded gun this year. tsa says the agency is seeing a 20 year high in the number of weapons that have been recovered. if
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you are traveling for example, with items that are not allowed in luggage. that includes things like self-defense items knives tools over 7 inches. we see those all the time. those belong in your checked baggage. >> the agency says 80% of the guns. they find are in fact loaded. for your help this morning. proctor and gamble recalling old spice and secret aerosol spray product due to the presence of potentially cancer causing chemical benzene. the company says the crash area recall includes all secret and old spice aerosol spray anti-perspirants as well as old spice below deck, aerosol spray and gestion of benzene can occur by inhalation orally as well as through the skin. it can cause leukemia as well as blood cancer of the bone marrow and life-threatening blood disorders. the company says it has not received any reports of adverse affects, they are recalling all of these products. get ready to pay
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more for your favorite cereals and snacks as well. general mills saying it plans to raise their prices starting next year. the price changes expected to affect hundreds of items across dozens of brands including cheerios, lucky charms, yo play and pillsbury the american snack maker is only the latest company to announce significant price hikes to their products. prices on consumer goods are over 5% higher than this time last year. the company says inflation as well as higher costs for labor and transportation are to blame for this price maybe before those pop up next year stock up on your check. >> still ahead here on the kron 00:00am morning news stanford is on its longest loadings losing streak in history. we're going to show you how they felt the fighting irish.
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it was 24 nothing at the half 3rd quarter now stanford finally showing some signs of life running back austin jones powers it in from 5 yards out. 24 7 stanford on the board. that was about it, though. notre dame's backup, qb tyler the read option here takes it. 33 yards to the house irish cheerleaders and fans doing push-ups as the points piled up. notre dame roles. 4514. that's the 6th straight loss for court for the cardinal. the longest losing streak in 15 years for stanford. >> the cal women taking on mississippi in the championship round of the raising the bar invitation they hosted this weekend. all 4 teams. the tournament are coached by black women che to curry the fabulous freshman hits. the trey unfortunately was the only one she made. she went one of 10 from beyond the arc ole miss was hitting from tip snow to collins with the trade and the 1st half rebels up 12 at the break. 4th
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quarter. madison scott puts it on ice with this and one inside she had 12 points and 11 forwards cow takes its first loss of the season. 6445 the bears fall to 5 in one. they host fresno state on thursday.
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gorgeous as the sun is rising for us this morning. dave spahr says if you're going to be out there along the embarcadero, especially this morning bring a jacket. have your sweater on hand, you might want to shut it later because it's going to be nice and the not toasty. but. >> 75 ish getting that way. and that's exploratory. and that's going on there. so little bit you know, daytime heating complements of radiation from the sun. you know, there you go. looks pretty good as we see for today and on into next week as persistence forecast. we call we don't really see much the way of change. there is a weak system early into the weekend may throw some clouds our way. me drive some temporary breezy conditions. but it doesn't do much for temperatures on either side. so we'll keep in this pattern for this week. next week. there's some hope for some change going on. here's what it looks like right now at the east bay shoreline as we watch the sun come up over the east bay hills, which is in our back from this viewpoint. nice blue skies off to the distance as well. so the storm track and everything. well, the north that's complements the high pressure and it will be punctured a little bit by this
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week system early in the week. and then the rest of the week is treated a sunny to mostly sunny skies temperature check of that of the chilly side to his. we're talking about the sweater weather to start things off. okay. in the 40's. but this will only be for a short time before we recover quickly to the 60's by this afternoon got 50 for hayward at this hour. a cool 47 san jose 43 going on for livermore. the breakdown for you today. we raced through the 60's. you can see by this afternoon with some lower to even middle 70's in some parts. that's right. we'll check in your 4 zone forecast coming up in a bit. and although it's much the same. we'll take a look at the extended as well. well, thanks, dave and national news this morning. global leaders are racing to contain a potentially dangerous new covid-19 variant. >> that appears to be spreading rapidly in south africa. the world health organization has classified the variant only kron has a highly transmissible virus of concern, which is the same category as the delta variant dozens of cases have been detected in south africa
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botswana israel, hong kong and belgium. janel forte has more. >> growing concerns as a troubling new covid variant surges abroad sending governments and financial markets reeling. we don't know. >> a lot about the rapidly, the variant dumped on the crime was first detected in south africa. >> it's good health experts worried because data shows it carries a number of genetic mutations that may allow it to spread quickly, even among the vaccinated, a crime cases already appearing elsewhere infections popping up israel. hong kong and belgium setting off a global scramble to contain the new strain. the u.s. joining a growing list of countries rolling out new restrictions banning travel to several south african countries. that the emergence of this new variant taking global markets. the dow taking its worst single-day drop of
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the year. plummeting 900 points questions lingering over how much longer the pandemic will last the world health organization called an emergency meeting friday as scientists race to learn more early analysis showed that this right is a large number of mutations. >> that require and book and the goal for the study. it will take a few weeks for us to understand what impact this ryan has the threat of another covid surge sparking a renewed effort to get people vaccinated. >> every american. back. >> the travel restrictions will go into effect monday. they won't apply to us citizens or permanent residents who will both still need a negative covid-19 test to enter the country.
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travelers in south africa are rushing to leave the country as more nations are imposing flight bans on the region. the world health organization has since labeled it a quote, variant of concern. >> friday. the united states joined several other countries in restricting travel from countries in southern africa starting on monday. >> my family live in australia and i'm going back to see them before the kuz country shuts down. i don't know when i'll be able to to leave my job behind and getting on a plane today. >> officials say there's still a lot we don't know about only crown just yet explaining the decision to limit travel comes out of an abundance of caution. some lawmakers say caregivers were denied access to loved ones in long-term care facilities during the pandemic and some of those loved ones died and isolation as a result and now democrats and republicans are pushing for congress to pass
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legislation to ensure this doesn't happen again in the future. the essential caregivers act would allow residents to designate essential caregivers who could continue to provide support even during a public health emergency sponsors say the bill will put caregivers concerns front and center. >> we are thinking towards the future in the event of another emergency. it's about learning from what happened in the past. recognizing that we do not want to ever see a repeat a the circumstances of 2020 for so many reasons. the bill would make sure that caregivers would have access to loved ones while also maintaining facility, safety standards and protocols. >> lawmakers hope the bill will be ready for a vote by next year. a federal appeals court has temporarily blocked a mandate to have all california prison workers, vaccinated. the decision was made on friday. that mandate was originally supposed to take effect january 12th but has been halted until at least
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march. that's when a hearing will be held to discuss the issue. but further state figures show more than 50,000 state prisoners have had covid-19, which is more than half of the population at least 242 of those prisoners have died. right now. kron 4 dot com. you can stay up to date with the very latest. covid-19 headlines, including where to get your vaccine for you or your kids along with your booster shots scan. the qr code that you see on your screen. you'll be directed straight to our website. kron 4 dot com. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news, a baby could not wait to get to her destination. >> here to help with the surprise delivery mid flight. we have that story when we come back.
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>> welcome back. 7.39 here and on the peninsula, police have arrested 60 year-old raul aon on suspicion of possessing meth amphetamines and a gun and san carlos police say they found a suspicious car friday night around 8.30, at the home depot. parking lot on old county road when the officers checked the driver's record. they found he had several outstanding arrest warrants after searching the car. police found a loaded gun substances that could be methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia as well. the suspect has been booked into the maguire correctional facility. fire crews in
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southern california rescued an injured horse that spent 2 days trapped on the side of a steep hillside in riverside county crews airlifted that horse on friday. officials say the horse and its owner suffered injuries. wednesday. when officials say the horse tossed its owner. authorities say they were forced to wait until friday to rescue the pair because of some dangerous conditions out there. both the ryder and the horse, though, are said to be recovering. at a north carolina woman has quite a story to tell. she went into labor on a flight home from mexico. a nurse happens to be on board and helped through 3 hours of labor mid-flight when the plane landed in atlanta paramedics rushed on board to then deliver the baby. the mom and the baby curl are both said to be doing okay, baby on board to new heights with that
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in the plane. now, i wonder where tended to birth certificate where he was born yeah. where it seems it seems that the with the baby was delivered. once they landed to. she was ok labor atlanta. not a great way to be in labor. unlike in south dakota. yeah. what i think you're right. any way they want to check out 4 zone forecast and the eitended keep it here.
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this beautiful sunny sunday morning can't get over the blue sky and the sunshine that we've got this entire weekend. i know a lot of us are hoping for rain and the sierras want some snow. but i feel like we don't really have a lot of that to give them all day if. >> no, we don't, actually. and all but take a look at the long-range forecast. the mountain snow does a little bit of hope, maybe not this week. coming up at the following week. but speaking of which are little shot of tahoe to give you an idea. a lot of green that's going on a field go. ross spring day with a lot of however, still certainly snow. that's there. and our forecast doesn't add anything to that. but we may get some more daytime melting, at least going on here. 61 expected tomorrow, 56 for tuesday, wednesday of 57 and yes, got the yellow up there. so we have lots of sunshine. the storm track stays to the north. we don't see any major changes happening for this week. but again, next week there's a high possibility may be getting some more snow is up there 40's for the east bay
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for right now, 50 for hayward 43 at the santa rosa 47 for san jose. so off to a cool start shore. but we'll warm up nicely with these clear skies and lots of sunshine rolling through this for the week ahead. boom. there's that weak event we just mentioned maybe some scattered clouds to make note of as a weak system falls apart next weekend. we talk about little plume of moisture our way, not much. still happening all the way till sunday. that's right. there was some hope for maybe the mountains. my pick up some snow. some of the models are still kind of excited about that. so that's a possibility. this is not tuesday this week. this is tuesday of next week here and you can see the storm track is still pretty much towards the north 4 zone forecast check-in like this 71 for san francisco. we'll be at about 70 along the coast bayside lower 70's. pretty nice forecast, though. all all mid 70's happening in the southern end of the peninsula here down in the south bay. we're looking at 75 santa clara and san jose 77 los gatos and morgan hill 75 for a
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cupertino lower to middle 70's along the east bay shoreline. tri valley looking at lower 70's going on for today. 71 walnut creek with 70 per conquered 69 for berkeley billy 64 there's an air conditioner checking in 68 fairfield, 71 for napa and 76 for santa rosa. it's a persistence forecast on balance temperatures around 70 for highs. meanwhile, your lows inland get into the lower 40's. you can't rule out some upper 30's as well. and at the coast will be about 50 ish and at sundown tonight, hanukkah begins to well. >> for your health this morning. don't wait until the last minute to do your christmas shopping this year. experts are expecting a lot of shipping delays, as we've been reporting, there's low inventory as well as fewer last-minute deals. if you've run out of gift ideas for this christmas are health expert karen, a lock is here with a few novel and practical starting at just a dollar for one of these. what's going on. karen. well, $10 hut that the
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tilted to where you want it. i love it because it just it just makes video so much more present abul, i wish my patients had it because when they do telehealth, with them. lighting is in good and i can only see their face very well. well, and everyone's doing zoom calls these days and that sort of thing. and if you're maybe zooming if maybe if you can't go home again. this holiday season. it's a good way to. >> make sure that that everyone can see your face like talking to a that you. you're also talking a little bit a wireless camera. remote control. >> yes. and this is this is it's really tiny. i love this because you can set up your camera. and just. >> click on it. you need to, you know, it could be about 30 feet away but to to initiate that they photo or the video. so very compact just like the camera. the camera light very
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compact. good, stick it into your pocket into your bag and carried around with you. so really handy. it's only $8 and $0.50 in the state. so it's a great stocking stuffer. great little gift give someone your friends. very i know what at least one of my co-workers, gayle ong. she has. >> a lunch box that is like a mini which keeps her food nice and warm on the go when she's out and about reporting. and that's on your list this year as well. >> i love this and i have one of my friends is a dietician and she bought a bunch of them when they told her about it, she bought a bunch for her friends and colleagues. >> and this is the hotline tick. many personal and it has of a 4 foot cord. you could call it also has adapter. so you could use it for playing into your car. so all you phone photo journalist could like i'll have exactly so you it opens up. >> and inside. there is an is
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a heating pad that's inside right here. and you can take it out actually. so actually it's kind of funded if you go to a pot luck, you have a hot dip. you can take this out and keep it hot on the buffet table. but this is what keeps it hot 165 degrees. you can actually cook. i'm rod piece chicken in it. so i have like this glass container. it fits perfectly 46 ounces. it fits perfectly in the lunch box you could have a hot lunch, especially during the winter time. some people tell me i get tired of salads and that was something hot and comforting for for lunch. and this is the perfect way to do it. and he goes anywhere. you in your note here that it is on sale right now for just like $30. so that's pretty good. really take advantage of it. it's a great deal. all right. >> us on the more expensive side folks may be looking to
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get themselves a little more in shape in the new year. looking ahead that some dumbbells. >> downtown's can be rather pricey and then being that you have. >> different size muscles. you know, they shoulder and arm muscles are a lot smaller it. so they cannot handle. the heavyweight says. >> as you can if you're doing legwork. >> so having a range of of weight. >> can be take up a lot of space. >> so i love this particular a product. it's the. it's it's a just a bull and i'm just the video showing right now. how you could unlatch the weight. you it's a one handed operation. and you just pick it up and. it starts at 5 pounds and it goes at 2.50. so it really gives you a nice range of weight to work with.
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so from the lightest, which is 5 and i love it because it has a really nice soft cushions handle. so it's very are gonna make. and it really easy to hold. i highly recommend this way to getting really expensive. so yes, on the pricey side. it's about $80 off right now. but if you were to buy individual weights from 5 pounds all the way up to 50. it could cost just as much. so that's kind of won that. yeah. all in one compact. we're running out of time. you do have a solar lantern here on this list as well. a tablet and phone stand holder, which i know we're going to have this entire list on our the that the solar lanterns sounds pretty cool for people who who like camp. >> yeah. it floats and dunks. it it does. every state from pool. you don't have to worry about it breaking. >> and with pg and e you never
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know when get kind >> all right, gary, thank you so much for for all of tips and ideas here. the nice wide range of ideas for all the people on your list. really appreciate you. we'll see you next we well, today kicks off
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the first night of hanukkah. the eight-day jewish holiday starts at sunset. >> and we'll come earlier than
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usual this year. typically this holiday in the month of december closer to christmas. it does bleed into christmas now. but during this holiday jewish families will light the menorah and kids will open presents often one for each of the 8 will bleed into december. i meant to say, it starts tonight. >> the lighting there in union square at 4.45 this evening. >> well, age is just a number for one man in georgia at 65 years old. he's earned himself the nickname the world's strongest granddaddy take a going to different federations and setting records in over 60 division. >> got know what 30 or 40 with 50. not as you put over 60. >> t skinny man. myers has won 28 world championships in power lifting he's already set numerous world records and he is like you heard planning this had a little bit more. he's in the power lifting hall of fame after dead, lifting
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650 pounds. myers has been competing for more than 40 years. he doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon and he encourages others. his age to keep themselves in shape. very impressive. still ahead here in the next hour, the kron 00:00am morning news holiday weekend coming to an end. >> and many are catching their flights back home. we're going to have a live report from san francisco international airport in just a bit. plus, a family speaking out after being targeted 3 times in one week. we've got details on vandal or vandals that are targeting their home. and continuing to mourn the loss of our security guard. kevin nishita. we have details on the communities. he served as well as words from those who knew him. stick with us. the kron 4 morning
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at >> good sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm noelle bellow. it is sunday november 28 the final sunday november. we really are just racing towards the end of the year at this point. but it almost feels like spring we've got dave spahr in the weather center. he's got a little bit more detail on your forecast today for a good morning. well, good morning, everybody. that it will feel not just today but on into next week it looks like and are essentially
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sunny skies is what it looks like. we don't see much of the way of interference going on. and unfortunately, no rain. >> maybe the hope is something into the following week. but that's still kind of a big maybe for now, beautiful pictures that we the u.s. the east bay shoreline all lit up nice blue skies blue a bay off towards the distance. the storm track goes up and around the dose of high pressure which is pretty much going to be controlling things for the week ahead. temperature check. we've actually seen some movement here a lot more 50's on the board than last hour. still some 40's hanging on the north bay and in the inland spots over the east bay over the east bay hills. 44 for livermore, for example, in 46 off to antioch. 49 also for san jose. the winds not much going on even a little bit about weak offshore wind this morning and our temperature check into the afternoon. we'll see some areas reach the lower 70's, not just today but into next week as well. but a lot of upper 60's will work for just about everybody. sunny, to mostly sunny skies. coming up a little bit here. we'll take a look a little bit nuanced with your forecast in just a bit. well, thanks,
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dave. >> we're continuing to follow the news of the death of a crime for security guard. kevin nishita, friends colleagues and even those who didn't know him personally are honoring the man who died saturday morning after being shot while protecting one of our own reporters. police are still searching for the gunman responsible, though they haven't released a suspect description. oakland police did released this picture of a car believed to be connected to his murder. take a look at your screen. it's a white four-door 2004 to 2008 acura tl sedan. it does not have a front license plate. as you can see in this photo if you have any information you are urged to contact oakland homicide detectives or oakland crime stoppers. right now. there is a reward of $32,500 being offered for any information that could lead police to an arrest in this case that was working as a private security guard for
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star protection agency when he was shot and killed on the job last week. but before that, he worked as a police officer and hayward san jose and coma kron four's. gayle ong spoke with some who knew him best. >> this smile would light up a room for sure. kevin ishida was known for his smile and generosity come in was such a he would give his shirt the back to anybody that needed it. he was always there for anyone for anything. any time sergeant don marchetti with the coma. police department work with shia in law enforcement for several years. first in san jose then in coma, i came here follow him. money. yeah, is is nice because here we've got to work more closely together. and just got to really. know him and the person that he that genuine caring person that he was officer kim trask also followed initiated tacoma from another agency. he is
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described as a mentor to many. i was about trying to go to agency. but. >> you just reminded me that you can do the job. you're going to be good. he put a good word for me. so i honestly do believe because of kevin is one of the reasons why i got hired coma. >> and he was also there for her first case, a fraud call even though he had other cases he was working on. he actually came out to the scene and help me and pretty much. kind of took over the investigation and then walk me through it. the shooter was a retired police officer who served at the oakland housing authority. hayward san jose and the coma. police departments. >> he later worked as a private security guard for star protection agency on wednesday around 1220 in the afternoon. he was shot in an attempted robbery while on assignment in oakland protecting a kron 4 reporter. the shooting happened near the intersection of 14th in harrison. he was rushed to highland hospital where he died saturday morning from his injuries, law enforcement from
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across the bay area are sending their condolences remembering him as someone who was hard working, kind and served and protected his communities. gayle ong kron 4 news. of course, here at kron 4. we are absolutely devastated by his loss. many of us worked with kevin closely over the last couple of kron 4, vice president and general manager jim rose has issued a full statement on our behalf in part it reads the news is devastating and our deepest sympathy goes to his family as well as his friends and colleagues. you can read our full statement. >> online at kron 4 dot com this morning. the mayor of san jose san licardo has released a statement on twitter. it reads in part, we mourn officer kevin ishida who proudly served the city of san jose for a dozen years in san jose pd and continue to serve in retirement to protect the kron 4 news reporter in oakland when he was tragically
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shot. we did reach out to oakland. mayor libby schaaf for comment, but we have not heard from her. however, oakland city council member dan kalb has issued a statement saying in part i'm so deeply saddened about the tragic loss of kevin ishida. my deepest condolences to his family and to the kron family. he was a man of honor with a career to be proud of and we've also heard from california congressman eric swalwell. he offered his condolences on twitter calling the last heart breaking. he thanked initiative for his years of service. the congressman is also calling for his killer to be brought to justice. now a fun has been set up for an issue. family donations to his family can be made to be. kevin nishita trust metropolitan bank in oakland donations can be made in person at any metropolitan at bank location or by mail the information that's on your screen is also available at kron 4 dot com if you'd like to help again, just sending our condolences to his family
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and we appreciate all the all the well wishes and messages. we've been receiving as well. coming up here in the kron 00:00am morning news vandalized 3 times in one week. we're hearing from a walnut creek family is asking why their home is being targeted. >> plus after being hit hard by the pandemic small businesses across the country are hoping this holiday shopping season is going to help boost their business. and millions of people on their way home from thanksgiving celebrations. we've got a live report from san francisco international airport in just a bit. stick with us. when you take a stain drug to reduce cholesterol, it can also deplete your coq10 levels. qunol can help restore this important heart health nutrient. qunol the better coq10.
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>> welcome back 8.10, on this sunday morning in the family is asking why after their walnut creek home was vandalized 3 times in the past week. they say someone threw toilet paper eggs and saran wrap their bush's kron four's. amanda hari has more details. >> the family tells me they've spent more than 4 hours this week cleaning up their yard after these incidents. and that's with multiple people working to get it all done. i'm standing next to the garage. and you can see there is still some residual staining here from eggs being thrown at the garage. and
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despite their best effort that they can't get it off. >> we're starting to scratch your heads. why are they doing it again. at first, melissa steven says she thought this vandalism of her home near castle hill road in walnut creek. was just a prank the trees have been tp. the bushes have been severe and wrapped. it was pretty it was pretty like, you know, jokester. she says it first happened monday night. then it happened again tuesday. she says it was escalating there was more tp. there was. >> they took it to next step in the sense that >> they started throwing in our driveway took a bag of rubber bands broke it open and through it all over driveway. they a loaf of bread and through you know, the place is a rat all over on the 3rd night. the messages became hateful. >> and destructive. >> they rode out some pretty
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offensive messages using the tp on the street side. she says she doesn't know why they would write a homophobic slur in front of her home. >> now everything is pretty much cleaned up outside. but if you look closely, you can still find some debris left behind. steven says on the first night they were out the dogs at 11:00pm one of her sons came home at 12:30am, hour and a half later, some time in between the vandals hit the home. >> that gave me a really feeling and that maybe they were watching the house looking to see when we were coming or going stevens tells me she did file a report with police. >> and walnut creek. police told her they would be patrolling this neighborhood more often in walnut creek amanda hari kron 4 news. >> and sunshine from yesterday continues on to today as we see those temperatures soar to the upper 60's approaching around 70 will do that for the week ahead. a look at your
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forecast coming up in just a bit. better.
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this morning. dave's far as got a look at how warm our temperatures are going to get de noel looks pretty not just for today but also into next week as well. by the way, sfo no delays occurring out that way. so. >> off to a good start. their little breezy, though they're being reported. but beyond that, we're doing pretty good. starting things off and give you an idea some of the statistics there at 57 clear skies breezy some gusty winds to make note. but again, no delays, some other airports of no delays where we have in this particular chart, although notice how chilly it is. it's still starting to feel like winter elsewhere newark at 38, for example. but marty, a 37 so chilly there. the some of the icing issues occurring. also in some of the great lakes airports as well. but the storm track for us goes up and around our high pressure cell. so we're going to be in this persistence forecast. looks like for this entire week and that continues into next weekend. the following week. there's some hope that maybe we'll get some changes in here. we'll have to see how the mind when you
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start to get that far out. things will start to change or lower 50's along the east bay shoreline 45 for fremont. we've got 40's over the east bay hills up to the north bay here. those 30's have been retired with some 40's at work there. 55 again for san francisco futurecast for not much to see. does the interference of a couple scattered clouds. not so much today but into tomorrow, this was the hope getting something out of this in terms of some rain. but as you can see, just a passing little package of clouds overnight to your tuesday morning. so the breakdown goes like for the rest this weekend. sunny and nice upper 60's lower 70's. then for the week ahead. holding steady, sunny and 70 ish will do it again. they'll be the interference that we just showed you there with some scattered clouds passing, but no real big temperature change with next weekend. looks dry and mild and temperatures hold in about 70. it's beyond that point that we might get some hope. you're protected from mountains to give them some mountain snows 71 san francisco 72 for oakland 75 checking in san jose across the wider real estate. again, we're looking
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numbers approaching about the middle 70's santa rosa there at 7674 75 for san jose coming up in a bit. we'll take a look at that. 4 zone forecast and check into your extended as well. well, thanks, dave. >> aaa has predicted more than 48 million people travel by car this thanksgiving holiday. they already named san francisco as one of the cities where traffic would be the worst taking a live look there at the bay bridge more cars this hour than last hour. they say drivers would see congestion on 80 eastbound and i 5.80 to san pablo dam road aaa saying the worst time to hit the road. today is between 01:00pm and 07:00pm best time to drive is basically right now any time before noon. so all those people on the roads right now. if they were headed back home, they're doing the right thing. definitely a try and get on the road. if you're headed somewhere before 12 o'clock this afternoon. triple a also predicted when all is said and done, this thanksgiving holiday more than
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4 million people. we'll have traveled through airports across the country taking a live look at san francisco international airport now thousands are expected to pass through there today. that's where we find kron fours camila barco this morning. joining us live now from a terminal one. i believe camilla have things started to pick up at all. >> i know people are coming and going and it's relatively quiet here at sfo this morning. like you said, i'm currently at terminal one and there's no long lines. so that's good news for travelers who are coming here to sfo. and if i step out of the way. you'll get a better look at what i'm looking at what i'm seeing here at terminal one. if i zoom in, you'll see that the check in process for american airlines is smooth going. there's no long lines and it's been like this throughout the entire morning. however, if i zoom out, you'll get a better picture at terminal one. and then as i pan to the other side, you'll see that there's also barely any line to get through security. i think the way time right now is about 10 to 12
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minutes. so travelers it's a good day to fly out right now. but these wait times could change at any moment. but well, i haven't seen a crowd of people at sfo. i have seen this. take a look at your screen. many people are hugging their loved ones and saying goodbye as they return back home from the holiday weekend. airport officials expect more than 49 1000 people will fly out of sfo today. now this year many of those travelers are fully vaccinated. some say they weren't able to fly out last year because of the pandemic. but one woman i spoke to this morning says she hasn't gone on an airplane and several years. this thanksgiving. she fruit. she flew from the east coast to see her family and the process was easy. i came to san francisco to visit my son and his family. >> for thanksgiving. i haven't been here for 12 years. so i was delighted to come. even what i recommend to someone to fly. yeah, i think it's fine. it's fine these days. i'm. i
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found that level of crowding was okay at the airports where i was. so i anticipate it would be a lot more crowded and i found today. >> now to put things into perspective more than 32,000 people flew through sfo on thanksgiving day alone. this year. and that's 22,000 more people compared to thanksgiving day in 2020. now back out live here. you'll see that it's not as i said, people are coming and going. but airport officials. are encouraging people to plan ahead. no, all i was able to spend thanksgiving day with my dad. he flew out of sfo last night and he told me that he waited about 45 minutes to almost an hour. in line to get through security. so those wait times could change. and you also have to factor in traffic out on the roads. so airport officials are encouraging everyone to plan ahead. back to you. alright
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camila definitely a good little anecdote there from your dad. i'm glad that he was able to make it home safely as well. we'll check in with you again. >> in the next hour. >> small business saturday has come and gone. but that doesn't mean you shouldn't still shop at your local stores this holiday season, especially after the pandemic. small businesses across california are hoping that this holiday shopping season is going to be a huge help for them. clara benitez reports. >> they were one of the hardest hit during the pandemic could have staff for a while. we had to close for several everything had to be turned on lexi about owns art alexia and north park providing the community with unique lying next items you won't find anywhere else. everything has a story behind it. i mean, it's not just items that are mass produced especially this. and we bring from mexico. generations of being passed down with these
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items. she is just one of the many small business owners that learned how to adapt to keep her business afloat over 1000 businesses in san diego receiving grants of $5,000. we know that. that's not to make up for everything that's happened over the last 2 years. but we know that it helps keep number of folks afloat as we work to get the economy back on track. and put san diegans back to work. we pretty much have a little bit of everything i'm tammie ratliff. owner of louis fay in mission hills. >> opened her doors 3 months before the pandemic. i think people forget how easy it is to order online and what that does to. >> a small shop and all these small stores because we all expect the stores to be there when we need them. but at the same time we don't support them on a daily shop. small is just one way we can at least gear up to serve the community and the community comes out support us. so this holiday shopping season. think about your local small businesses notepads and pens and car fresheners with, you know,
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scene in that we can and go support them. this isn't just candles. this not just greeting cards is a ton of stuff here but i think we'll serve you well, as you do your holiday shopping reporting in north park. lot of money. that is. >> a photographer has a close encounter with a great white after the break. hear how he managed to swim away unscathed.
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this story. a man from hawaii's big island has a lot to be thankful for this weekend. >> after a very close encounter with a great white shark. bryce moore has the story. >> underwater photographer darren vrbpac tells me he was diving this morning off of carefully point when he thought he saw school of the lewa. but something was off and the size and shape made him think of a tiger shark. >> kept looking at the head mike, that is not a tiger shark and it got closer and closer. just kept getting bigger and bigger and bigger. and i was like, that is for sure. 100 1% a great white. >> the beast which for back says was over 15 feet wasn't behaving in a threatening way. so he stuck around. i just shot as much as i could as he went >> he just disappeared back up the drop that i was like shaking it's 1000 say. doctor carl meyer with the hawaii institute for marine biology says great whites may be in the area because of humpback
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whales who breed in hawaiian waters from november through april. >> but the behavior of her back saws fairly normal for great whites. >> typical. ap of these big shocks is one of wariness around people. and so even though they might be curious. they're also wary. and so the army that you see aggressive behavior is typically when they're actively foreign to. >> rebeck says he was unnerved and overwhelmed by the experience but never felt in danger. if she wanted to take me. she was she would have taken me her demeanor was just curiosity. he just came out to to see what i was i imagine you're you're not officially right haha. >> bryce moore. >> very cool. i don't know that i could stay that cool under pressure. there. back here at home fire crews in southern california. rescued an injured horse that spent 2 days trapped on the side of a steep hillside in riverside
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county crews airlifted the horse finally on friday. officials say the horse and its owner suffered injuries back on wednesday when officials say the horse tossed its owner. authorities say they were forced to wait until friday to rescue the pair of them because of some dangerous conditions there in riverside. both the ryder and the horse are said to be recovering. stick with us. we've got 2 more for you to cover morning news after the break.
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sunday morning to you. welcome back here to the kron 4 morning news 8.31. >> on this final sunday of november. and it's honestly feel like spring out their days, far as in the weather center is cooked up quite the forecast for us this week. okay. and no peak sees early because that we've got lots of sunshine going on for today and into this week ahead. >> it's really pretty much a high-pressure cell everything's going up and around it. this is entering into our wet season. so we. really try to capture anything we get here. unfortunate not much upstream, at least for the week ahead. there is a little bit the way some scattered clouds, maybe tomorrow. but minor minor deviations with that beautiful pictures that we have going on here is sfo delays this morning. happening. meanwhile, there is the shot that we're talking about in stormtracker 4 with everything set up and around the high pressure cell 40's. we've not start to move into the 50's covering the east bay shoreline at least
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still cool. 49 down to san jose and for concord at 4540's litter up to the north bay with 55 san francisco. so for today, will plow right through the 60's again, plenty of 70's to be had both today and really for the week ahead. the week going into 4 zone forecast for you in just a bit. check in at that extended as we try to look for any chance of any will say precipitation going on here for us. yes, the mountain snows still possibility of seeing some of those into the following week, putting that all together for you coming up in just a bit. well, thanks, dave. >> there's a renewed push for the department of justice to reopen the tamir rice investigation. it's been 7 years since a 12 year-old was shot and killed by a cleveland police officer while holding an airsoft pellet gun. my of the lay spoke to rice's mother and has details on who's leading the calls to reopen his case. >> it's been 7 years yet flowers and signs of support remain at the site where then
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12 year-old tamir rice was shot and killed by a cleveland police officer while holding an airsoft pellet gun means a lot to that people have not forgotten people. >> was see this family have justice now. cleveland mayor elect justin big adding his support to the a tweet. >> calling on the department of justice to reopen the investigation. its vocal supports dimaria rice and her attorneys say they have not received in the past from mayor frank jackson now there was no support from mayor tax. if anything, it seemed to be that, you know, while there were some. >> occasionally healing words uttered for the most that would seem to be a a general sense of hostility to the rice family projected by the prior administration. i mean, for example, that the mayor never requested actually speak with miss rice never spoke with her. the department of justice closed their investigation in late 2020 citing insufficient pevidence to support federal criminal charges against the 2
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officers involved. >> the rice family lawyer says he deserves another look and called the original investigation. questionable is a recognition that the rice family was cheated of any sort of fair process. >> by the county prosecutor for example, the county prosecutor gave the officers who are supposed to target of criminal investigation. special treatment that no other target of criminal investigation is ever afforded anywhere that is they were allowed to go before the grand jury. take the oath and then read pre written statements without undergoing any cross examination whatsoever to moore's mother sent a letter to the doj earlier this year calling for the investigation to be reopened. she's hopeful this new support from the incoming mayor could one day lead to charges. >> in the shooting death of her son. >> it's never too late for justice. and now i'll be fighting prodding to the last breath in my body just because
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i'm tamir's voice and my son needs justice. he deserves justice. >> that was my of the late reporting for us this morning. on the peninsula. police have arrested 6 year-old own on suspicion of possessing meth amphetamines and a gun. it's happening in san carlos police say they found a suspicious car friday night around 8.30, in the home depot parking lot on old county road when the officers checked the driver's record. they found he had several outstanding arrest warrants after searching the car. police say they found a loaded gun substances that could be methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. the suspect has now been booked into the maguire correctional facility. a federal appeals court has temporarily blocked a mandate to have all california prison workers, vaccinated. the decision was made on friday and the mandate was originally supposed to take effect january 12th. it's now been halted until at least march. that's when a hearing will be held to discuss the issue a bit further state
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figures show more than 50,000 state prisoners have had covid-19 which more than half the population at least 242 of those prisoners have died. coming up here on the kron 4 morning news a school is expanding their ipad lending program. >> what this could mean for its students that coming up next.
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>> the cal state university system is expanding its ipad
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lending program. the see success program. first launched this fall. and so far nearly 23,000 ipads have been distributed to students at 8 csu campuses. it's now being expanded to 6 more campuses, students who receive i pads get to keep them the entire time that they're an undergrad. this program was launched to help students who had a hard time getting reliable computers during the pandemic. i'm sure that's really going to help those students. your health this morning. procter and gamble's recalling old spice and secret aerosol spray products due to the presence of the potentially cancer causing chemical benzene. take a look. if you have any of these, you might want to toss them out. the company says the precautionary recall includes all secret and old spice aerosol spray anti-perspirants as well as old spice below deck. aerosol sprays, ingestion of benzene can occur by inhalation orally as well as through the skin. it can cause leukemia as well as blood cancer of the bone
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marrow and life-threatening blood disorders. the company says it's not received any reports of adverse effects. but if you do have any of these in your home, you might want to toss them out and opt for a maybe just regular deodorant. get ready to pay more for your favorite cereals and snacks. general mills says it plans to raise prices starting next year. the price changes expected to affect hundreds of items across dozens of brands cherrios your lucky charms. you're yo player, pillsbury. they're all going to be more expensive next year. the sack maker is only the latest company to announce significant price hikes to their products. prices on consumer goods are over 5% higher than this time last year. the company says inflation as well as higher costs for labor and transportation are to blame for this price increase. dave, i'm pretty sure i'm just going to go to the store right now in coa, stock up on my cheerios, stuck up all my cereal so that news of void it
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is not right we're looking at plenty of sunshine for today in on into next week. temperature check will look at highs in the lower 70's. >> going to check into the 4 zone forecast and the extended keep it here. kron 4 morning news continues. frequent heartburn? not anymore. the prilosec otc two-week challenge
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>> snap crackle pop. we're talking about are i think we covered all of that we had oats and we had rice krispies. that's the right time morning davidson county parts on the car bode warning. he likes the chocolate. if you're if you're grabbing of bowl of cereal this morning. definitely maybe go sit outside and enjoy it on the patio or something because it is absolutely gorgeous. morning out we've got as far as that's concerned, you know, great weather for all of this. no delays at sfo, nice blue skies and all of that. we could use some rain. but unfortunate for the week ahead. it's a persistence forecast. that means much the same day today. >> there are some minor deviations. we're looking at a package of some clouds. maybe tomorrow. but on balance, we'll call it mostly sunny for the week ahead. so let's send up to tahoe for the forecast there at all. does a temperature one with lots of sunshine will get to 60 tomorrow tuesday at 5657 going on for wednesday to the general trend of temperatures. a little bit of downward, a scope. there. but nothing to
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interfere. now be in fact, i mentioned this later on in the longer range forecast which will show you. there's little hope, maybe we'll get some snow later on in this forecast period for the storm track. it's up to the north of us with high pressure controlling everything just little packet. just some clouds in the afternoon. temperature check. we've got some lower 50's lighting up the east bay shoreline 40's up to the north bay. 46 santa rosa 49 for any off. 49 also san jose and 55 checking in for san francisco. ok, here it is again a weak system, which there was hope earlier to get something here. nothing comes on our. viewfinder here we all the way to sunday. the next weekend, by the way. and some following weekend, which is up for a pass. but some of the models are still same way. i get some snow up there in the mountains. now, that's a long way off. so a lot of things can change. it happened 4 zone forecast check-in like this. 71 san francisco about 70 ish along the coast is this the end of november. what this is the kind of stuff we would see him a maybe along peninsula. bayside were in the lower 70's as well, getting to some middle 70's down the palo alto coupled with sunshine and 74
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for redwood city in the south bay santa clara 7575 san jose also cupertino east bay shoreline to the south, mid 70's, tri valley. you're looking at lower to middle 70's 71 for walnut creek 69 for berkeley and 64 for of allay 68 fairfield map. and you've got 7176 santa rosa. so in the seven-day forecast, more we just mentioned to come. we'll keep those temperatures hanging in the 70's for the period for your lows on balance inland will be in the 40's but could see some upper 30's potentially into the coast will do upper 40's to about 50 hanukkah gets here at sunset tonight. >> well, the holiday hustle and bustle officially in full gear now. and if you're thinking it might be time for a quick little getaway. one of california's favorite beach cities is very, very close. just a short drive away. travel enthusiast's dana redmond joining us now to talk about carmel by the sea. dana, my parents actually got engaged in carmel. so have
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fund fond thoughts of it, but i haven't explored as much as i'd like to. so i'm excited to talk a little bit about what you like to do down there. >> well, we've got plenty of things for you to do it. you know, it's one of those things taking advantage of our big bay area backyard is always easier said than done. but carmel by the sea. it's just got so much to offer and it's a state that's really hard to replicate anywhere else. so close to home. this stretch of northern california coast is just loaded with outdoor spots carmel beach being one of the favorites and most easiest to get to. it's just stunning. it's one of those places where you can easily and very happily lose a day, at the foot of ocean avenue which is carmel by the sea's main drag. it's an easy walk from pretty much everywhere carmel by the sea is a whopping one square mile in size. so you're always close to the beach whites and dog friendly surfers like it
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here walker's our fans to even on days when the weather isn't perfect. the scenery doesn't disappoint when you head into town, you'll find all those shops and restaurants and that type of thing along ocean avenue, but also don't just stick to ocean avenue when you head into town. carmel by the sea has all sorts of courtyards and passage ways. there's more than 40 of them. i think ask you that it's kind of like a labyrinth of sorts. it's just fun to kind of wonder and discover truthfully, you don't need a plan if sterling is maybe not your speed. you need something faster. you can hop on eve. i can roll through town, mad dogs and englishmen is located just off of ocean avenue. they run some they rent the bikes as well. and that want to go it on their own. but truthfully carmel by the sea has your parents may have told is just one of fun places
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getting lost is a good yeah. i know they they were definitely big bike riders, and and loved, you know, what, long walks on the beach. i guess you could say it's very romantic play. it's a very romantic one of my favorites to go to every time i visit point lobos state natural parker is a real natural reserve. okay. it's a california state park. >> it's just 3 miles south of carmel by the sea. if you only got an hour, that's ok debt there. if you've got a day, you are incredibly lucky. i'm envious. the coastal views here are so striking to me. they just almost don't seem real. they are long hikes. there are short hikes. there are easy strolls to the to the coast re like this plentiful. you can see sea otters sea lions pelicans. the list goes on and on and on. if you're more of a mountain person. we've got that for you to just and it in. and the scenery changes in carmel valley,
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carmel valley is home to a lot of parks as well. you're going to lose the ocean views that you get in point lobos but garland garland garland range regional park skews me is another great park. easy hikes long hikes short hikes, something for all ages and fitness levels. and if you're traveling with a dog in tow. this is a great part to know about because their welcome and you're going to see plenty of them here. >> retired. i really just was going to say, you dave has been showing us the weather forecast. we have no rain in sight. so it's absolutely the perfect time to go and explore these places. >> it is absolutely the perfect time and you can be outdoors all day long enjoying the sunshine moving around when you get tired. i have one last recommendation farms farm stand. it's in carmel valley as well. they have all sorts
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of great picnic, the picnic goodies. you can enjoy. but then you take them into the backyard and you have just a picnic anywhere you'd like this is a labyrinth. everything thrives here from flowers to fruits and veggies. you want to just roam around the hummingbirds are going nuts. the bees are there. >> in this type of weather. it's the perfect place to be. and it's almost december. >> hi to your i know it's kind of insane. how how perfect our weather is. i mean, nothing california winter. i also know if you do go and if you're just there for a day. you got to stay for a sunset, right. the sun sets in carmel are just indescribable. >> nissen says are indescribable. will we got a little peek at them earlier there. and really it doesn't matter where you are. you can be at point lobos. you can be in the valley. you can be an carmel beach on every now and then. a bagpiper shows up on carmel beach. something to keep in mind when >> awesome. danar. evan, always appreciate you giving us the best tips on how we can
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get somewhere close to home. and really enjoy the scenery. really appreciate your time this morning. we'll be right back.
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>> well, it's one way to deliver gifts. i guess santa taken to the skies. he made this sky diving drop into 1000 oaks for black friday saint nick performing a perfect landing. >> to reunite with misses claus who said to be waiting down below the jump is a longstanding tradition in the can a whole valley and a fun way to kick off the holiday shopping season. >> while got some skills. very, very like, i guess once you're. >> you know, up there with reindeer skydiving with the parachute can any scarier. >> today kicks off the first night of hanukkah. the eight-day jewish holiday starts at sunset and will come or is it coming earlier this year. then usual typically the holiday is a start to the month of december a little bit closer to christmas. but this time starts tonight and it goes through next week during the holiday jewish families will light the menorah kids will open up presidents often
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one for each of the 8 nights. we do have a menorah lighting in san francisco's union square it's point there's a that of an event starts around 2 o'clock this afternoon and the lighting will happen around 4.45 this afternoon. >> the 90th california state capitol tree lighting ceremony is actually set for next thursday. governor gavin newsom and first partner jennifer siebel newsom are it's going to host that celebration starting at 5.30. this thursday. oakland interfaith gospel choir and the san francisco men's chorus are among this year's performers 6 year-old hadiya estimate from dublin has been selected to light the capitol tree with the governor and first partner as well. still ahead here in the next hour, the kron 00:00am morning news the holiday weekend coming to an end. many catching a flight back home. we've got a live report from san francisco international airport. >> in just a bit. and we are continuing to mourn the loss of our security guard kevin in a shoot out. we have details
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at know. >> thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news i'm noelle bellow. it is sunday
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november 28th last couple of days of november before we race into the real holiday season of december. we've got to spring-like temperatures no the way. kron dave spahr standing by in the weather center. he's got a look at your forecast for week ahead a day. okay. good morning. welcome morning, everybody. and high pressure is a rolling things for us. that means a fair weather is expected for not just today but for the week ahead, mild temperatures, too. so. >> enjoyed for all your holiday shopping as well where we started things off with that. for example, with the clear skies that we have at first light. as you can see. nice blue skies, blue bay and east bay shoreline all lit up. the storm track will send everything up and around us. this is a pattern. you're going to hear much more throughout the week ahead. there are some minor deviations. a little bit. that will be covering as we get there. but more important, there might be a shift into the following week. we're hoping at least get some mountain snows out of that progress on our temperatures. now more green on the board. if you'll notice little bit of
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49 for antioch 51 for concord, 50 for livermore east bay shoreline already in the upper 50's and the 50's also up there in the north bay. the winds a little bit of an offshore wind has been kind of cooking here a little bit of very weak, though, when we don't expect much progress with that. even with daytime heating 64 by one by 4 63. those are modest numbers. that's kind of calculated for the run. the delta, but some inland spots, you may get some lower 70's in there as well. course. we'll be covering all this. and the longer range forecast for you and the 4 zone to know. well, thanks, dave. we're continuing to follow the news of the death of kron 4 security guard kevin nishita. >> friends, colleagues and even those who didn't know him personally are honoring the man who died saturday morning after being shot while protecting one of our own reporters. police are still searching for the gunman responsible for his death, though they haven't released a suspect description just yet. oakland police have released this picture of a car believed to be connected to his murder. take a look at your screen
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right here. it is a white four-door 2004 to 2008 acura tl sedan. the car has no front license plate, as you can see. so anyone with information on this vehicle or who might own it is asked to contact oakland homicide detectives or oakland crime stoppers immediately. there is a reward, a $32,500 that is being offered right now for any information that could lead police to an arr in this case. we do have photos and video from tacoma police this morning. this was taken yesterday as officers from several agencies were there as kevin's body was taken out of highland hospital yesterday morning following his passing officers from the alameda police department and san jose pd were also there on hand to pay their respects. they all escorted initiatives, body and full law enforcement honors from the hospital to the alameda county coroner's office just even looking at that video, it's clear she did leave an impact on all of
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those that he worked with, though he was working as a private security guard with star protection agency at the time of his death. he previously worked as a police officer in hayward and san jose and in coma before retiring from the force kron four's, gayle ong spoke with many folks who are remembering him. >> this smile would light up room for sure. kevin ishida was known for his smile and generosity kevin was such a genuine he would give his shirt the back to anybody that needed it. he was always there for anyone for anything any time. sergeant don marchetti with the coma. police department work with shia in law enforcement for several years. first in san jose then in coma, i came here follow him. money. yeah, is is nice because here we've got to work more closely together. and just got to really. know him and the person that he was you
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and caring person that he was officer kim trask also followed initiated tacoma from another agency. he is described as a mentor to many. i about trying to go to agency. but. >> you just reminded me that you can do the job. you're going to be good. he put a good word for me. so i honestly do believe because of kevin is one of the reasons why i got hired coma. >> and he was also there for her first case, a fraud call even though he had other cases he was working on. he actually came out to the scene and help me and pretty much. kind of took over the investigation and then walk me through it. the shooter was a retired police officer who served at the oakland housing authority hayward san jose and the coma. police departments. >> he later worked as a private security guard for star protection agency on wednesday around 1220 in the afternoon. he was shot in an attempted robbery while on assignment in oakland protecting a kron 4 reporter.
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the shooting happened near the intersection of 14th in harrison. he was rushed to highland hospital where he died saturday morning from his injuries, law enforcement from across the bay area are sending their condolences remembering him as someone who was hard working, kind and served and protected his communities. gayle ong kron 4 news. many of us did work with kevin very closeln here at kron 4. a lot of us, a very shaken up and and saddened. >> by his last run for vice president and general manager jim rose has issued a statement on our behalf after learning of his death that reads in part the news is devastating and our deepest sympathies go out to his family as well as his friends and his colleagues. we do have a full statement that you can read online if you wish to kron 4 dot com. we reached out to oakland. mayor libby schaaf have not heard back from her. however, oakland city council member dan count has issued a statement saying i'm so deeply saddened about the tragic loss of kevin ishida. my deepest
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condolences to his family and to the kron family. he was a man of honor with a career to be proud of. and california congressman eric swalwell offering his condolences on twitter as well. he called the last heart breaking. he thanked for his years of service. the congressman is also calling for his killer to be brought to justice. if you would like to help than issued a family. a fund has been set up for them. donations can be made to the kevin nishita trust at metropolitan bank in oakland donations can be made in person or by mail in person at any metropolitan bank branch. the information here on your screen is also available for you at kron 4 dot com. if you do wish to help. and we do just again want to send condolences to his family and thank everyone for the outpouring of support and your prayers during this time. coming up here on the kron 00:00am morning news world leaders on high alert due to a new covid-19 variant.
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>> a man from hawaii's big island has a lot to be thankful for after a very close encounter with a great white shark. bryce moore has details. >> underwater photographer darren vrbpac tells me he was diving this morning off of carefully point when he
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thought he saw school of the lewa. but something was off and the size and shape made him think of a tiger shark. >> kept looking at the head guy. mike, that is not a tiger shark and it got closer and closer. just kept getting bigger and bigger and bigger. and i was like, that is for sure. 100 1% a great white. >> the beast which for back says was over 15 feet wasn't behaving in a threatening way. so he stuck around. i just shot as much as i could as he went >> he just disappeared back up the drop that i was like shaking it's was insane. doctor carl meyer with the hawaii institute for marine biology says great whites may be in the area because of humpback whales who breed in hawaiian waters from november through april. >> but the behavior of her back saws fairly normal for great whites. >> typical. the ap of these big shocks is one of wariness around people. and so even though they might be curious. they're also wary. and so the army. so in that you see
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aggressive behavior is typically when they're actively for a team. >> rebeck says he was unnerved and overwhelmed by the experience but never felt in danger. if she wanted to take me. she was she would have taken her demeanor was just curiosity. he just came out to look to see what i was i imagine you're you're not officially right haha. >> bryce moore. we're lucky >> here's a look at what's going on for today. we've got upper 60's going on this afternoon and even approaching some
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>> welcome back. just about to be 9.15, here on this sunday morning. absolutely gorgeous outside taking a live look at coit tower, blue skies right behind it. no clouds in sight. dave spahr has got a look at your forecast for the week ahead. a day. >> hey, we're looking at a marvelous a uorecast as far as that's concerned. yes, we can use the rain. we're in the wet season. a la nina is a clearing. her throat, as you can see a little bit here. unfortunately, that's a phone. no delays going on out there. that's good news there. let's go. and take a look at some more. the statistics coming in from sfo the but the way some breezy like conditions. there. 59. but again, no delays happening. meanwhile, elsewhere just a quick check, a snapshot of elsewhere newark 39 at this hour. laguardia 38,
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at least it's all above freezing. but reminder. it is winter around the rest of the country and around the great lakes states. there is some of the icing occurring to in south florida. there's also some delays occurring. some of the airports there, fort lauderdale as well. this is what's going on and the national map in terms of the west coast, we have a high pressure cell. that's kind of controlling everything sending the storm track to the north. that's really not going away. now. it will puncture through in the longer range forecast and most notably, it looks like early into the following week. not. that's next week. but the following week that the punch or puncture through its not real hopeful that will get rain. but there may be enough to scrounge up some mountain snows up in the sierra. we could use that upper 50's along the east bay shoreline inland. they've popped to the lower 50's and 50's up in the north bay to all this morning. they've been in the 40's. even some 30's 55 san jose 57 checking in for san francisco, not much to see but will run through. what about the next to 36 hours or so. some scattered clouds when we get into monday, drop south here. there was some hope that this was going to be more
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about 7 days ago. so you have to these long-range forecast models. they can change. when you get closer to it, the breakdown for looking at. it's sunny and nice today. upper 60's lower 70's of persistence forecast as things hold steady for the week ahead will be some minor new wants day today that will keep you up to date on and then for next weekend dry and mild temperatures. hold near around 70. this is for the inland areas. and it seems to be a little bit of a push in the southern end down to the south bay to get those numbers moving a touch 71 san francisco 72 going on for oakland. this is really nice stuff. 75 san jose. sunny and pleasant across the wider geography. we see lower 70's off towards the east bay. but actually some middle 70's along the east bay shoreline a bit there to 75 san jose and even a 76 to santa rosa and a little bit. we'll take a look at those longer range forecast for you and the 4 zone. 2 noel, thanks, dave. >> well, aaa has predicted more than 48 million people traveled by car this thanksgiving holiday to their destinations. they already
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have named san francisco. one of the cities where traffic could be the worst as people try and get home now from thanksgiving. they say drivers are going to see congestion on. i 80 eastbound and i 5.80 to san pablo dam road. aaa says the worst time to hit the road today is between the hours of 01:00pm and 07:00pm best time to drive right now. any time before noon. if you do have to head home. maybe try and packers top up early and get out of there. aaa also predicted. when all is said and done, this thanksgiving holiday more than 4 million people will have traveled through airports across the country taking a live look at san francisco international airport this morning. thousands are expected to pass through the airport today. >> that's where we find kron fours, camila barco. she's joining us live from inside the terminal one. it does look like there's more people there right now. then there were the last hour camila. >> yeah, well, no, it's definitely not empty here at
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sfo people are constantly walking through the doors. but the good news is that there's no way times here at terminal one. if i step out of the way. you'll get a better look as to what it looks like here at terminal one at sfo. if i zoom in, you'll see the check in process at american airlines. philly wyatt's there's a few people checking but throughout the morning. there's been no long lines at american airlines if i pan over on this side. you'll get a better idea as to what security. or tsa looks like here at terminal one. there's a few people in mind. but as you can see, it's not a long way. i'm estimating about 10 minutes or so to get. through tsa this morning here at terminal one. and this morning i haven't seen a lot a huge crowd here at sfo. but i have seen people. say goodbye and hug their loved ones as they head on back home from the holiday weekend. airport officials tell me that they expect more than 49,000 people
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will fly out of sfo today this year. many of those travelers are fully vaccinated and some say they want able to fly out last year because of the pandemic. now the people i spoke to this morning say that the process to fly this holiday weekend was easy and the most important part was being able to spend time with family again. >> i was great. you know, it's always it. it's always fun thing bring an for not being home for a long time since it's like the holidays expecting it to be a lot this year. but yes, president quiet. >> it was great. i miss people a lot. so it's really exciting see people after missing for a long time. it's been smooth so far. it was smooth on the way here. smooth so far today. but i haven't the so we'll see. >> now to put things into perspective, more than 32,000 people this year flew through sfo on thanksgiving day alone. and that's 22,000 more people compared to thanksgiving day in 20 what you now as airport
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officials expect more people to come through sfo this morning. they are encouraging travelers to plan ahead. like i said, they expect 49,000 people to fly through sfo this morning. it's currently not busy here at terminal one. but you never know what could happen. there's definitely some traffic congestion. i'm here outside the airport. so plan ahead. if you make your way to sfo this morning. to you. alright camila, thank you for that live report. if you are flying home from thanksgiving destinations. tsa does say there are some rules about the leftovers. >> that you can bring on the plane, things like meat, baked goods casserole, macaroni and cheese. all of that can go through a security checkpoint with no problems. >> liquid items, though, like gravy, wine and cranberry sauce. those need to go in a checked bag. really not sure. you want to do that, though, because can you imagine gravy, just your bag. the items that
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need to be kept cold need to be frozen solid and not melted before going through a checkpoint because then they will become a liquid. you are allowed to use ice packs in your carry on bags as well. a new report here from tsa says it has recovered an alarming number of guns from passengers trying to get through airport security checkpoints this year. the news comes a week after the accidental discharge of a gun at hartsfield-jackson international airport in atlanta. agents had to pull a passenger over for a second screening of his carry on and that's when the gun discharged in boise. agents found 2 loaded guns this week agents in pittsburgh also found their 32nd loaded gun this year. tsa says the agency is seeing a 20 year high in the number of weapons that have been recovered by agents. >> if you are traveling for example, with items that are not allowed in luggage. that includes things like
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self-defense items knives tools over 7 inches. we see those all the time. those belong in your checked baggage. >> the agency says 80% of the guns that they find are in fact loaded. still ahead here on the kron 00:00am morning news stanford on its longest losing streak in history. we're going to show you. >> how they felt the fighting plus, will the federal government avoid a shutdown. lawmakers set to return to capitol hill from the holiday break. hoping to make some decisions that could impact millions of americans.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> stanford hosting number 6, notre dame honoree captain andrew luck posing with john lynch here a couple of cardinal long's on senior night. but this game was all irish jack coan finds tight end george tactics for the 2 yard score. 14 zip notre dame. it was 24 nothing at the half 3rd quarter now stanford finally showing some signs of life running back austin jones powers it in from 5 yards out. 24 7 stanford on the board. that was about it, though. notre dame's backup, qb tyler the read option here takes it. 33 yards to the house irish cheerleaders and fans doing push-ups as the points piled up. notre dame roles. 4514.
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that's the 6th straight loss for court for the cardinal. the longest losing streak in 15 years for stanford. >> the cal women taking on mississippi in the championship round of the raising the bar invitation they hosted this weekend. all 4 teams. thy tournament are coached by black women che to curry the fabulous freshman hits. the trey unfortunately was the only one she made. she went one of 10 from beyond the arc ole miss was hitting from tip snow to collins with the trade and the 1st half rebels up 12 at the break. 4th quarter. madison scott puts it on ice with this and one inside she had 12 points and 11 forwards cow takes its first loss of the season. 6445 the bears fall to
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>> good sunday morning to you. welcome back to the kron 00:00am morning to tease me 8.30, almost backwards. dave. it's 9.30. we'll look at the hour left of the show this morning taking a live i believe this is from our mount tam cam. little bit of haze out there. otherwise blue skies up top today. we turn our clocks back alright weeks. >> good well, good morning, but hayes, as you mentioned. that's right. don't forget it's cold water milder temperatures were experiencing so much always have we have like spring going on in the atmosphere. but still the oceans are still thinking,
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well, what was the winner were just beginning. when are we are actually we haven't got into the technical me. the logical winner told this week. coming up ahead, which is wednesday, by the way. but for today it's going to feel really nice going on. here is the east bay shoreline lit up for you. nicely, though. but hayes off to the distance. as you can see and blue skies to company that. big bully high-pressure keeping everything away from us. so we have essentially mostly sunny skies to sometimes some high cloudiness a trust to sneak in here. a bit temperature check. we start to see some movement here in the upper 50's on the east bay shoreline and got 50's up in the north bay to they were in the 40's and even upper 30's, join to this morning. 55 san jose breakdown for you today about 60 for 1 o'clock at 4.63 now we'll see plenty of 70's on the board and we're going to have more of that in your 4 zone forecast check and that extended in look high and low to find any precept. and there's a possibility into the following week. we might get something worth noting noel, thanks, dave. >> and national news this half hour, global leaders are racing to contain a
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potentially dangerous new covid-19 variant. it appears to be spreading rapidly in south africa. the world health organization has classified the variant on the kron as a highly transmissible virus virus of concern. it's the same category as the delta variant dozens of cases have been detected in south africa botswana, israel, hong kong and belgium. janel forte has more details. >> growing concerns as a troubling new covid variant surges abroad sending governments and financial markets reeling. we don't know. >> a lot about the very said that he concerned. rapidly the variant dumped on the crime was first detected in south africa. >> it's good health experts worried because data shows it carries a number of genetic mutations that may allow it to spread quickly, even among the vaccinated, a crime cases already appearing elsewhere infections popping up israel. hong kong and belgium setting
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off a global scramble to contain the new strain. the u.s. joining a growing list of countries rolling out new restrictions banning travel to several south african countries. that the emergence of this new variant taking global markets. the dow taking itr worst single-day drop of the year. plummeting 900 points questions lingering over how much longer the pandemic will last the world health organization called an emergency meeting friday as scientists race to learn more early analysis showed that this right is a large number of mutations. >> that require and book and the goal for the study. it will take a few weeks for us to understand what impact this ryan has the threat of another covid surge sparking a renewed effort to get people vaccinated. >> every american. back.
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>> the travel restrictions will go into effect monday. they won't apply to us citizens or permanent residents who will both still need a negative covid-19 test to enter the country. travelers in south africa, meanwhile, are rushing to try and leave the country as more nations are imposing those flight bans on the region. the world health organization has since labeled omicron a variant of concern. >> friday. the united states joined several other countries in restricting travel from countries in south at southern africa starting on monday. >> my family live in australia and i'm going back to see them before the kuz country shuts down. i don't know when i'll be able to to leave my job behind and getting on a plane today. >> officials say there is
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still a lot we don't know about this variant just yet. explaining the decision to limit travel comes out of an abundance of caution. some lawmakers say caregivers were denied access to loved ones in long-term care facilities during the pandemic and some of those loved ones died in isolation as a result. now democrats and republicans are both pushing for congress to pass legislation to ensure this does not happen in the future. the essential caregivers act would allow residents to designate essential caregivers who could continue to provide support even during a public health emergency sponsors say the bill puts caregivers concerns front and center. >> we are thinking towards the future in the event of another emergency. it's about learning from what happened in the past. recognizing that we do not want to ever see a repeat a the circumstances of 2020 for so many reasons. the bill would make sure that caregivers would have access to their loved ones while also
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maintaining facility, safety standards and protocols. >> lawmakers are hoping the bill will be ready for a vote by next year. a federal appeals court has temporarily blocked a mandate to have all california prison workers, vaccinated that decision was made on friday the mandate was originally supposed to take effect january 12th. but it's been halted until at least march. that's when a hearing is going to be held to discuss the issue further state figures show more than 50,000 state prisoners have had covid-19 already, which is more than half the population and at least 242 of those prisoners died due to the virus. kron 4 dot com. you can stay up to date with the latest covid-19 headlines, including the latest on that new variant as well as vaccines for you or your kids, your booster shots, all that is available on kron 4 dot com just scan the qr code that you see on your screen. you'll be taken straight. there. well, small business saturday has
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come and gone. many people are hoping that everyone will start to patronize those small businesses because it will be a huge help for those california businesses impacted by the covid-19 pandemic. clara benitez has more. >> they were one of the hardest hit during the pandemic could have staff for a while. we had to close for several everything had to be turned on lexi about owns art alexia and north park providing the community with unique next items you won't find anywhere else. everything has a story behind it. i mean, it's not just items that are mass produced especially this. and yet we bring from mexico. generations of craft being passed down with these items. she is just one of the many small business owners that learned how to adapt to keep her business afloat over 1000 businesses in san diego receiving grants of $5,000. we
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know that. that's not to make up for everything that's happened over the last 2 years. but we know that it helps keep number of folks afloat as we work to get the economy back on track. and let's send back to work. we pretty much have a little bit of everything i'm tammie ratliff. owner of louis fay in mission hills. >> opened her doors 3 months before the pandemic. i think people forget how easy it is to order online and what that does to. >> a small shop and all these small stores because we all expect the stores to be there when we need them. but at the same time we don't support them on a daily shop. small is just one way we can at least gear up to serve the community and the community comes out and support us. so this holiday shopping season. think about your local small businesses notepads and pens and car fresheners with you know, scene in that we can know and go support them. this isn't just candles. this not just greeting cards is a ton of stuff here but i think we'll certainly well as you do your holiday shopping reporting in north park. lot of any does.
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>> if you can't resist buying a few things for yourself. this black or this weekend. you're not alone. a new one-poll survey found that 2 thirds of consumers do more impulse buying on this holiday weekend than at any other time of the year. but on the flip side, the poll found 50% of those surveyed say they're done with chasing holiday deals online because they're sick of getting ripped off. yeah. they've had it with fake items on reliable sellers. the poll also says shoppers will spend an average of $208 on amazon products that are actually fakes. lawmakers are set to get back to work next week on capitol hill when they return, they're going to half 2 big items on their plate. a looming government shutdown on december 3rd and a default on the federal debt. evan lambert shows us both. how both could impact millions of americans.
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congress did not do anything about this before their thanksgiving break. now they have just a few days to come up with a deal, possibly a stopgap. at least one of those to avoid a government shutdown. let's take a step back and tell people how we got here. >> congress passed a short-term funding measure in october. but that runs out on december 3rd, they could come together and agree on a long-term spending bill or pass another stopgap, nothing happens by friday. the government could shut down and this has happened several times before the last one stretching 35 days ending in january 2019. if the government shuts down hundreds of thousands of federal workers, not just here in dc but all across the country could face furloughs, essential workers, though. like tsa officers and other federal law enforcement. they'd still have to work. they just wouldn't get paid. also national parks and monuments could close. there would also be disruptions to many operations at the fda and cdc, although covid response would likely remain the same
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on a totally a separate note. this fiscal debt ceiling limit is looming as well. the treasury department saying that if nothing happens by december 15th on that. then the government could default on its loan. so we have those 2 things hanging above congress this week. back to you. all right. thanks 7. dave. taking a look at the weather forecast this morning, ok, here's a look at some of the high temperatures protected for today. we've got 70's on the board here. we'll take a look at your 4 zone forecast that extended to. >> and take a look longer-range to see if there's any ball safe sanitation of range. the kron 00:00am range. the kron 00:00am morning news. mrs. claus the shopping boss here to help you merry savers decorate with the best bargains ever! ross has savings on everything you need to get the party started. because who waits for shipping anymore? or guests?!
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>> welcome back. 9.44 here on this sunday morning. we're taking a look at your forecast at this point. absolutely gorgeous out here. unfortunately, though, no rain, no snow in sight. dave, do we have any hope. >> a longer not this squeak coming up with the following possibility maybe in places like tahoe, the make it some snow we're spying on these poor folks there. but they're enjoying the sunshine as you can see, lots to dish out and expect more of things to come. where does the forecast hold. well, more sunshine temperatures on the mild side. we're getting about 60 tomorrow. 56 tuesday, wednesday checking in at 57.
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so the big question, what's going on. upstream? well, this week, maybe a couple little passing clouds here and there. temperatures remain steady. this is about where it is. we get to sunday of next weekend. and there's not a little maybe some snow showers, perhaps up in the mountains going on. but it's not real. real hopeful. we'll see. we get a little closer. 4 zone forecast 71 will do it. san francisco at the coast. about 70 bayside were lower 70's here. middle 70's heading down to the southern end of the peninsula in the south bay mid 70's at this location. meanwhile, the east bay shoreline lower to middle 70's tri valley's got the lower 70's to walnut creek 7169 berkeley 64 with napa at 71 68 fairfield 73 for sonoma and santa rosa checking in at 76 still a bit cool on the beaches. but you know, for this time of year, not bad for the longer range. more of the persistence forecast basically lower 70's covered just about everybody. those nightly lows,
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inland count on lower 40's, but you might have even some upper 30's here and there and hanukkah gets here tonight at sunset. >> in his wake up on christmas morning. they want to see toys under the tree. they want to see treats in their stockings. but if you're looking to make a more meaningful impact on your nieces and nephews your grand kids, perhaps it's time to think outside the box. one type of gift that might not be as fun in the momenk. but will make a huge difference later on as a gift toward the cost of college. here to talk to us about this is patricia roberts. she's the author of route 5, 2, 9, a parent's guide to saving for college and career training. patricia, i know this year already. we've been dealing with supply chain issues. we've got delays going. this is the type of gift that you really don't have to worry about getting delayed in the mail and it's going to be a long-term thing. what's going on. >> well, we know that we are
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dealing with the supply chain and other issues this holiday season. and it's a great idea. to consider an alternative gift. that's really an investment in a child's future. we know that college in other forms of post-secondary education can be very, very expensive. and we also know that more traditional get small, much loved the moment that they're open and are often outgrown in terms of size and interest apover time as a mom myself, i know how quickly our homes can get. cluttered. so this is an idea to give a gift that's more meaningful in the long run. any contribution to a 5.29 college savings plan is a perfect way to do that, ok, so what is a 5.29 college savings account. 5.29 college savings account is named after section 5 to 9 of the internal revenue code. and these are special counts, saving and investing
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accounts that when they grow in value, the earnings are never taxed. these are accounts that allow you to specify money or delegate money for higher education expenses. every state are nearly every state, including california has a 5.29 college savings plan. and these are very easy to invest and call it california's plan is called scholar share 5.29. this graphic. you sent me. it is really helpful because it just kind of shows if you give, you know, $25 twice a year. how much that actually. >> grows over time. and that's right. small amounts can add up. so rather than giving a gift that appreciates in value. this is one that can grow in value and even if 5 or 10 family members give 25 or $50 for a holiday each year and perhaps for a child's birthday. these amounts can
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add up to 10,015, 20,000 over time. >> so it's a great idea to consider. and there's a 3 different ways that you can give a gift toward toward college. break down those ways. for me. right. and they're all very easy. the first way is to set up a 5.29 account of your own for a future student in your life. most people don't realize it does not need to be their own child. it could be a grandchild or niece or nephew. you don't even need to be related to set up an account. you typically need 15 minutes and $25 or even less to get started. and it's a great way to start a tradition of giving for that particular child during holidays birthdays and other milestones. the second way, if you don't want to set up an account of your own is to ask the child's parents or anyone else in their life they already have a 5.29. account established for that child. most 5.29 plans making very easy for account owners to invite others to contribute
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oft9n. there's a simple code that can be used online or there's an address to which checks can be mailed. and the last way to contribute is to give a gift card gift of college gift cards that can be contributed to future students. they can be redeemed into most any 5.29 plan account and the gift cards you can then go ahead and put those in the stocking. so that maybe there is something physical that kid can that can have on on christmas morning. >> what age do you do you suggest people start doing the sort of thing. well, i think it is never too early to begin saving for high higher education given the cost of it. >> so even for an infant child or a child to be this would be a great gift or a child of any age. what ever can be contributed towards those future expenses that much last that a child will need to borrow and repay with interest. so i would give a gift of education to a child of any age.
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>> say again, that the name of the the 5 to 9 accounts here in california. so people can look that up for themselves. >> shore. california's plan, which is an excellent one is called scholar share 5 to 9. i believe that scholar share 5 to 9 dot com online. >> okay. and so we will have all this information on our website. kron 4 dot com, of as soon as the show is over so folks can get a little bit more information that way. thank you so much for joining us. patricia and talking to us about this because it is kind of that time to start thinking about what you're going to get all those people on your list and this is like you said something that's not going to they're not going outgrow this one. that's right. thanks for having me today. no. well, thanks so much. we'll be right back.
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>> the cal state university system is expanding its ipad lending program the see success program. first launched this fall. and so far nearly 23,000 ipads have been distributed to students across 8 csu campuses. it's now being sent to 6 more schools, students who receive i pads will get them and we'll get to keep them the entire time. they're an undergrad. the
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program was launched to help kids are students excuse me, who had a hard time getting reliable computers during the pandemic. so something really, really good for those students. age is just a number for one man in georgia at 65 years old. he's earned himself the nickname the world's strongest granddad. >> going to different federations and sudden records in over 60 division. got know what 30 or 40 with 50. not as you with 60's. >> t skinny man myers has won 28 world championships in power lifting already he's already set numerous world records and he's planning. as you just heard effect even more. he's in the power lifting hall of fame after dead, lifting 650 pounds. wow. myers has been competing for over 40 years. he doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon as you can hear and he does encourage others who are his age to keep themselves in shape. >> today kicks off the first
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night of hanukkah. the eight-day jewish holiday starts at sunset. >> and it's here a bit earlier than usual this year. typically the holiday starts in december. a little closer to christmas. but this year it starts tonight and it goes through next week during the holiday, of course, jewish families will light the menorah kids will open presents often one for each of the 8 nights. there is a menorah lighting ceremony in union square that will happen today. the event starts at 2 o'clock in the lighting will happen about 4.45. if you to like to go out there and see for yourself. annual california state capitol tree lighting ceremony, meanwhile, is set for this coming thursday. governor gavin newsome in his first partner will host the celebration starting at 05:30pm, this thursday oakland interfaith gospel choir and the san francisco men's chorus are among this year's performers. 6 year-old hadiya asthma from dublin was selected to light the capitol tree with the governor and first partner this year. we want to take a
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close look there at the 7 day forecast. it is a sunny one. we literally no clouds really or rain in sight, but does so do enjoy that california winter. if you'd we've got high of 72 today for first day of. >> hanukkah for all those who celebrate happy hanukkah to you. hope you enjoy you're the rest of your day. thanks so much for joining us here on kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow. we'll see you next weekend.
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