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kron 00:00am morning news at know. >> 9 o'clock on a tuesday time is ticking because thanksgiving just ended. so are we done yet? is everything ready for christmas and hanukkah, which is already here. i hope so. and if not, john, the weather seems really great to get out, do whatever you need to do is so gorgeous does. it's a typical. >> california christmas season hanukkah season. it feels like because we're right back to the 70's we go today under some sunshine. now, this is not necessarily the weather we need to see. we need to start seeing some more rainfall like we did in october. but in the meantime, will take advantage of it. get that shopping done string up those lights these next couple of days. your view outside from the golden gate bridge has been a beautiful all morning long. can see in a couple of cargo ships passing through there. hopefully those finally have some of the packages. you ordered a while to go fog. cast has shown less than clear conditions elsewhere, though. in fact, we've seen some dense fog in pockets across parts of the bay area this morning in areas like one. oh, one up in the
north bay half moon bay redwood city right along the bay shore on the peninsula and inland valleys. all these areas have seen pockets of lower visibility skies will remain clear into the afternoon once this fog burns off and that sets us up for another nice one yet again, one of our warmer spots this late morning at 60 degrees right now santa rosa, you are in the 30's within the past hour. now you're back at 46 degrees. so all that sunshine is really beginning to help temperatures out as far as traffic goes, it is back to work for so many people and your roadways have been reflecting it. the bay bridge has been big-y. it is starting to calm down. it's actually not too bad. you can ship from the maze to fremont street. now of course, have the backup there at the toll plaza. but once those metering lights are turned off thing should definitely speed back up the san mateo bridge 13 minutes from a 80 to one o one and we are looking at the golden gate bridge taking you 35 minutes to get from 37 to the tolls. i'll keep you covered on just this slowdown in traffic that we've been seeing so many
people get back to the routine. daria, thanks so much. shine. we do have some breaking news out of san we've got our live camera pointed here at the ferry building and it's behind there. >> where crews pulled a person from the water that person was not alive. they don't know how the person got into the water, they were asking people to stay away from the area as they address that. again, they were able to pull that body out of the water. we will not only budgets a police department over 678 officers. but in fact, maintain. >> those middle staffing months. >> oakland mayor libby schaff talking about how she's promising to make changes that will help combat the violent crime that we have seen in oakland. and today there's going to be a hearing police chief leronne armstrong as well about the department plans to do that had a recent string of murders in the city,
including one of our kron 4 security guards sarah stinson is live in the newsroom with the details. sarah, i think everyone saying enough is enough. i mean, every day the police department fights crime under staff. so this morning. >> the oakland police chief will address staffing issues and recent homicides. hopefully we'll get some updates on cases we've been covering right here from the newsroom. chief armstrong announced this press conference just hours after mayor libby schaaf said she plans to propose hiring more police officers in front of council this week should be addressing that the city saw its 127th homicide of the year on sunday right after additional tactical teams were put into place to support patrol officers on the streets within the last week. 3 lives have been lost to violence, including one of our own. there has been 44 instances of gunfire and 35 robberies officers have recovered nearly 1000, 100 guns within the last
year. police didcinsist the additional tactical teams have helped reduce crime over that holiday weekend. that's something we need to ask more about more about these tactical teams in today's press conference. city leaders say the increase gun violence has become a public health crisis. i talked with karl chan with the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce. he and the mayor both agree that there's some issues with the current bail policies regarding gun possession. >> the traditional risk assessment that is being used a weight heavily drug offenses. other types of felonies but not gun possessions. we have taken an unprecedented number of guns off of the streets. but clearly that is not enough so many people committing crimes. consequences. time what we call catch and release. we're just not going to help. the bail system not working as well. >> and discussion around the
criminal justice system will continue. that does take time to act to actually see change. but the mayor is proposing 2 rivers police budget cuts and hiring freezes that are currently scheduled to start in 8 months from now. she's going to be talking about that this friday some more details to come about that for now we're talking about today's press conference major topic that chief armstrong will be discussing is staffing shortages. it starts at 11 and we're but we'll be following it for you right here in the newsroom. so make sure you stay tuned to our app. kron on. for now back to daryn. all right. thank you sarah. now on to one of the victims of the crimes in oakland kron 4 security guard. >> and we're all coming together to honor kevin nishita who was shot and killed while on assignment protecting a kron crew last wednesday. >> he deserves to be calm. >> and to have been. working with a sense of protection in the city and not shown up for
work with any fear or trepidation. losing his life no one the opportunity meet. >> kevin on several occasions and it is always a warm inviting sort of smile. company have. my heart broke when i initially learned of his passing. >> and we are hoping that there's any way that anybody out there can help us find who did this. there's a $32,500 reward for information that leads to an arrest and we also have a picture of the car. police are looking for. it's a white 2004 to o 8 model. it's an acura tl. and you can see that it has a sunroof there. it unfortunately didn't have a license plate in the front. as you can see. but police believe that the gunman was in this car and there may have been more but we have no we
would least one person that is a responsible for this. who shot our security guard while trying to steal our reporters camera. we hope you can help. and if you want to help the family of kevin nishita. we're encouraging you to do that are well as well. we're doing that here ocon force while you can at get a cash or check donation to the kevin nishita trust at any metropolitan bank location. you can either send it or deliver it in person. and we have all of this information and more on kron 4 dot com and thank you so much. and you know, it's a trend zinni in east are involving younger and younger criminals as well. in this case. >> police say was a 12 year-old in 2.13 year-olds who are arrested for 2 separate car. jackings kron 4. dan thorn has more on that. >> a 12 year-old and 2.13 year-olds are arrested in connection with 2 separate carjackings in the east bay.
police say the first happened friday night in san leandro when a group of kids armed with a gun robbed, a pizza delivery worker. the car was later found by investigators on sunday morning and a 1213 year-old were taken into custody. the second ended with a crash early sunday morning, another 13 year-old who police say also had a gun is accused of taking a car in oakland and leading police on a chase through the city of antioch before crashing into a starbucks in oakley continue to be heartbroken. >> by seeing this. it is it's not far removed from any of us. you not burrell is the ceo of youth uprising. she says the lack of outlets and a failure by adults is contributing to the increase in these crimes in terms of punishment burrell believes that's not the issue. i do not believe we've been stopped. we have definitely not been proactive and intentional enough to make sure when they come home. there's a plan last month. police arrested an 11
year-old along with other juveniles in connection with the crime spree in berkeley and in april, a group of teens were caught after trying to carjack a man outside of his home in san leandro. >> the ages of the suspects has become increasingly alarming and burrell says the focus needs to be on rehab. and coming up with fresh start resources for kids who leave the juvenile justice system is it just jail. what else can we do while we even have them in our presence. it's not ok, here's the key. you do some time. and that's it. what rehabilitation can happen. well, we have their attention. we have them reporting in san francisco. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> 9 o 9 and on to another big story happening today in the south bay theranos founder elizabeth holmes is being cross examined today by the prosecution in her criminal fraud trial. she is accused of misleading investors and doctors and patients blood testing device to take their
money the device, which was a box basically they did nothing. kron four's. will tran is live at the courthouse in santa clara with more on how that's going to go. i will. >> and that's exactly what prosecutors are saying that she knew that her device wasn't exactly what she advertised it to be. but it didn't stop her from asking investors to pump in millions of dollars. hundreds of millions of dollars and at one point she was a billionaire, a darling of silicon valley. she's inside right now. i got a chance to try to ask a few questions when she showed up at around 8.15 this morning. >> was any comments on your cases so far. any comments. so for the past 4 days it was her defense team asking her questions and obviously on the on the stand. she had the answer and she claims that she
was the victim that her former boyfriend, sunny balwani was 20 years older. he was imposing his will basically even telling her everything, including what to eat. how long to sleep that she was not herself and because she was not herself. that she was the victim in all of this. well, according to prosecutors, they don't think she's the victim that she in fact was the perpetrator as she knew this wasn't working. and still she got all this money. she has been charged with wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. and if convicted area she faces 20 years in prison. >> back to you. all right. thanks for watching out for us. we'll we'll see what happens there. 9.11 is the time and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news and east bay, businesses targeted again by fees. the owner says that they've been hit so much. he does know if you can keep business. the cub is open. >> we're going to have more on that predicament that a lot of businesses are facing and a wrong-way driver crashes plows into a chp patrol car. all
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you might be interested in donating to the first. >> is the east bay spca. >> which helps animals in need. of course, and they're dedicated to preventing cruelty to animals. if you want to make a donation. >> it will be doubled today because giving tuesday and then the second suggestion is how about project night. night night. sorry night its base in san francisco and they provide homeless children with a security blanket, stuffed animals and books. and they help them. you can feel at ease in a crowded situation. or an in a familiar environment as well. so that's a great place to donate to. and then there's martha's kitchen in san jose. and they've been feeding the hungry for the past 60 years. they've given out more than a 100,000 hot meals and groceries to people in need and there montrezl is feeding the hungry with dignity. so if you like that one, if you like any one of these threes or or
other suggestions go to kron 4 dot com. and then when you go to our page, click on the about us tab and then under links seen on kron 4. you'll find all the info help you navigate. so you get to where you need to be because those are some great places that you could really make a big difference. i love the double your money right. so today is giving tuesday that that makes us like cyber monday. but forgiving. i like yeah, it's the other side. it's the giving. >> which is just as important if not more important. what we are seeing today is a lot of sunshine mother nature has not let up in that. you saw san jose there just a second ago. what we are seeing is a bit of hazy sunshine today, though, that high pressure ridge is trapping a lot of particulates here in the bay and keeping conditions a little on the hazy side. keeping us dry too, because rain and snow continues to be sent well to our north. that's where the jet stream is just aiming all that moisture across western canada and the pacific
northwest. meanwhile, we're just left with the haze and the dry conditions here in the bay. that sounds bad when i phrase it that way, it's actually been really enjoyable as long as you don't have respiratory conditions because yesterday was a noticeably less than ideal one as far as air quality goes today into tomorrow. skies remain beautiful and clear. in fact, tomorrow is likely to be an even warmer day for areas like the south bay. we're going to see some solid 70's upper 70's in some cases today. it's mostly 60's to low 70's for daytime highs. even a half moon bay right along the coastline. most of our bayshore well, up into the low 70's and the south bay even tapping into the mid 70's for campbell right at 74 degrees. east bay temperatures low 70's across the board while oakland richmond concord orinda moraga each in the upper 60's north bay temps upper 60's for the most part, until you get to the coastline where it will be a little cooler as you'd expect tomorrow and thursday remain in the 70's solidly in tomorrow for some spots like the south bay could be our warmest a slight cool down into the weekend as far as the
bridges go, it has been an easy go on the golden gate bridge this morning. look at how nice and clear it's looking out there. the bay bridge on the other hand, is still a bit of a slow one. but once those the metering lights turn off. you can expect this back up to pick up pretty quickly. a san mateo bridge 13 minutes to get you across that span from 80 to one o one daria. >> it is time to talk business with rob black. good morning, rob. alright, alright, alright. so let's start with wall street's. i want to know how kron is going to be for investors. >> you can tell me how bad it's going to be for the public health. i can tell you about it to be for investors. and that's where we're at on the kron is a situation where we're waiting for next 10 days to see how many people start to die or if it's less effective at killing, we know it's transmittable. we know that it's probably come to the united states about 2 weeks to 2 weeks to 8 weeks after it hits look pretty well. you're pretty well. so it's kind of wait and moderna ceo came out
this week at this morning and said our vaccines not going to be as effective against. the mutations. one year after we skim up with a formula. so we'll have to reformulate, which kind of makes sense. we know that's how vaccines includes work every year we get a different flu shot because flu is change. so it's too soon to so wall street shooting first and asking questions. second friday was a horrible day on wall street. today is a horrible day on wall street. yesterday was a little bit of a rebound we're down about 5% from all-time high. so it's not that bad. we're waiting to see that this is a nightmare variant or if we can get through it like belt bringing me down. all right. well, to that nightmare. but okay. >> how about cyber monday. here's what i don't get you called a loser wire. we've been tracking cyber monday more because it's not really a thing. it's like cyber week. it's like, you know, they don't do a one-day thing anymore. it was 3 days, 4 days ago. the stuff started. >> you're and that's why i'm loving talking either right now a cyber monday thing where we would go back to work crime
on mondays. and we all look at each other and i know we're not supposed to be doing shopping but it's become cyber. we cannot become cyber month. it looks like so i we did about 10.7 billion yesterday. that was a disappointment, but we're going to have a record e-commerce month of november will have a record christmas november's up 11.9% year-over-year already at a 109 billion dollars. so we have spent 22 days. we've spent over 3 billion dollars. i feel like some of that's coming from my house the east and for the christmas season looks like about 207 billion dollars that will spend this year daryn. so a great high spending christmas. it's exactly what the cop needs to time by by things here and there or if i can get them because, you know the supply chain. thank. but i'm just interested in what you feel as a business guy about this. i'm not a gift card person. i give cash because i'm telling the person they have to shop at certain place and i just don't think it's obviously is versatile. >> i agree. i think you kind
of given up when you are get cards unless you know, you've got a teenager who really, really wants that store the next box points or something along those lines, but it yeah. don't get me. something like the gap because i never buy right out. i'm with you on that. okay. all right. all right. so what's going on with home sales. >> did they really? when you say like they they're down with a drop. is it it's a bad time of year to buy houses. december's always a bad time. it's always been, you know, the numbers always >> you're sniffing out my story as well. today home prices decelerated for the first time since early 2020. but again, let's look at the numbers. it grew at 19.5% year-over-year said your first time buyer, you're freaked out. because what's happening there. people are buying stocks are selling some. they're out there. so it's an intact. they're buying homes place to live in versus place to rent. rents are going up. so the dynamics right now are for more expensive housing market next year this year because there's just so much the pod demand and so little supply. 19.5% up. your ears are children like i'm freaked
out. phoenix is up 33%. last time i checked into desert has nothing but land around it. tampa's up 27%. miami is up 25%. even that the disasters in the survey chicago. watch the minneapolis all up over 10% year over year. so. there's no no, we can no rest for the weary. and you number bids are coming down there decelerated to not competing as much. yeah. but the home prices are still up. 19.5%, but i'm going to say again of the bids are down because people are in the market. >> because houses cost too much and nobody's buying a house in christmas milling around to some is just not bad time. now, people about my house back in september and said call us. yes, sold shares apple and they bought a house and it it's not like this a little looser. >> it's not like they had come up with more down payment. they just took a pay per game and transferred a home. so you're seeing more and more of that and you don't have the apple shares to sell you know, my home. so i feel really bad for some homeowners. did you give him a deal.
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out. so here's what happened. police piece it all together. a guy stole a tow truck from his nephew. he went the wrong way on a t police mobilized and then he ended up going the other way on 80 near the toll plaza and when they're all set up iran. the cop car. he ran one other car. now. luckily, everybody else involved in these actions. they're okay. into custody, but it was pretty spectacular. you don't see that every day happening today, bart is going to give you more parking at the antioch station. their opening 850 additional spaces and also the station is going to start offering an oh, wait for the monthly parking. so if you want to do that, the waiting list and are an easy way to pay and additional station agents. >> it's 9.26. and coming up, we've got the very latest on the new covid variant. a crime. we're going hear from local doctors about what this is how risky it is what you
>> 9.29 right we're checking out the weather and it sure is warm. i mean, december 1st is tomorrow, right yeah. how believe it. i know in tomorrow could be even warmer than today. so we are looking at some really warm conditions out there for sure. well into the 70's, especially for the south bay tomorrow. >> where we could be talking solid mid to even a couple of spots in the upper 70's for
your december 1st, today's already. nice enough. your view outside at the golden gate bridge is crystal clear. sunny out there now, don't expect that same sunshine everywhere. we have seen some patchy fog that is really impacting visibility in pockets and it is persisting even into this late morning. so do watch for those pockets. as you venture out on the roadways. otherwise we remain dry and conditions remain nice and clear 40's and 50's for current temperatures santa rosa, you have been our cold spot all morning long. but at least you're not in the 30's anymore. back up to 46 degrees. now, as far as roadways go we haven't had any major issues. it's just been a lot of slowdowns in the reason behind that is so many of us are back to work after what was a holiday week last week. it's going to take 19 minutes from the maze to fremont street. that's not exceptionally bad. and we actually have seen some big improvements right there at the toll plaza, the san mateo bridge about 13 minutes to make it across there. and the golden gate bridge has been pretty empty. all morning long. i think a lot of people around this area may still
have the day off because it never really picked up from 37 to the tolls. it will take to 25 minutes. and it's just beautiful to look at this morning. daria. >> well put. i like that 9.30 right now in new this morning, the virus continues to spread around the world. the new variant has been found. now detected in the netherlands, france and japan. now, meantime, the bay area. health officials are speaking out about this latest strain and what we should be doing. kron four's. dan kerman has more. >> we didn't want to hear this news right now. none of the state. it's it's really terribly. disappointing. >> very infectious disease specialist speaking about the latest covid-19 threat. kron variant. they had to mean red flags. that make me pretty concerned that is a rate of increase. >> that happened really overnight inside africa from going to from, you know, a few 100 cases. so few 1000 cases. and that, of course, is driven by the predominance of this very and whether or not it was the cause of it was is being
associated with it. i remains to be seen. the second red flag for me was just a vast amount of mutations. and this new variant still infectious disease. experts say we still don't have enough data. >> to answer a key series of questions. >> transmissible a t how will it responds unity and how they're doing is that house. it would make us. these are the 3 big questions and frankly our feet are planted pretty much in the air on all 3 of the answers to those. but they are doctors say this is just another reason to get the jab with this new variant looming out there. >> you want to offer yourself the greatest protection you can get in the way to do that is to get fully vaccinated quickly as possible. and if you are fully vaccinated, but haven't received your booster yet. get the booster. so you have really a good robust immune response. if this virus does take off here in the united states. and doctors also point out should it turn out on the kron can over take
the vaccine. >> that does not necessarily mean it will cause severe disease and death. even nobody's getting hits. >> on t cells and other arms of the immune system will still be intact to get the enemy out of the body infectious disease. experts say like everything else with covid-19. this is developing in real time. >> so we'll have to wait about 10 to 14 days to get those critical questions about on the kron answered. in the meantime, take those extra steps to protect yourself. dan kerman kron 4 news and younger people are going to able to get that booster to pfizer is expected to seek authorization. >> for the covid booster for teenagers who are 1617 right now. it's just 4 18 and over adults can get an extra dose, as you just heard in the streets 6 months after your second shot of pfizer moderna or if you have the j and j 2 months after your initial j and j. the fda could approve that request for the 1617 year-olds to get the boosters
as early as next week, which would be great to be able to get them boost into. were busted for stealing. i thought these days anyway, the space happened again. another business bird allies in oakland. it's the renegade running shop on grand avenue and you can see this is a surveillance video. the robbers went in there. the thieves took off. everything. just as many shoes as they could possibly carry basically. and this is the 3rd time that this store has been broken into. >> when you're building community and we love being in oakland. and when something like this happens, it's just it's just heart it's sad. of course it's a little scary and frightening. i don't know how many more incidents like this we can take to keep our doors open because, you know, every time it's a loss this time. he says he lost about $5,000. at least. >> in the south bay happened there. santa clara shoe store robbed twice in less than a week by a large group of fees.
a group of about 2 dozen. look at that 2425 people forcing their way into the store in the santa clara town center on el camino real and they stole shoes and clothing. this was last tuesday about 1 o'clock in the morning. then they went back this past sunday around 11:30pm. same thing and police have caught anybody for it. on the peninsula. it's happened in daly city. and here's 2 guys. they're looking for that. they made off with about $3500 worth of merchandise from macy's at the sarah montes shopping center. and this was saturday. november 20th. and you can see what the suspect looked like. the police say they left in a white mercedes benz sedan. and a witness got one number on the plate that begins with 8. but if you recognize these 2, if you recognize that vehicle with an 8. it could be the one so contact the daly city police. this is happening. this is the trend happening in
shopping malls and centers all across america. brian entin has more on that. holiday shopping season is in full swing in stores across america. >> but something else is going on and it's not very cheery. a spike in flash mob smash-and-grab thefts across the nation on friday, a group of 2 dozen thieves ran out of a burnsville, minnesota. best buy with expensive electronics. and in lakewood, california. police say a group of men stole tools from the home depot, including hammers crowbars and wrenches. they walking to the front end. >> and they had the the gates closed and they said that they had the sledgehammer is right to people who are trying to stop them. >> just a week ago, a group of 80 people stole from a nordstrom store and another group probably baton store in downtown san francisco in chicago, someone threw a cinder block through the window of this canada goose store before taking off with fancy clothing a footlocker a north face store and a cell phone store were also all
broken into. look at this video from earlier this month when more than a dozen feed store. $100,000 in purses from the louis baton store in the oakbrook illinois mall. the chicago police chief says the thieves are organized. we are familiar with stolen uhaul being used. in break ins and other crimes according to a recent survey by the national retail federation los angeles in the san francisco bay area top us cities for organized retail crime. both shoplifting and robbery with chicago and new york coming in next. and miami in the top 5. >> some shopping centers in california are using the slinky type barriers to try and stop the thieves. investigators say the merchandise sometimes ends up in big warehouses like this one where it's resold. most of the time online. it's a huge problem it's a growing problem and all comes back. >> to the ease of selling stolen product anonymously online. that's the root of this problem today.
>> a year that so a lot of the stuff, your online shopping and you say, well, gee, these are extra cheap. could be, you know, still and stuff their money. 9.37 is the time. and still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news. >> controversy in the south bay with these barriers that were placed to try to stop the homeless from camping out. it's also stopping people who are trying to help the homeless will tell you how. and klay thompson get busy on the floor. not with games yet, but he's pretty ready to return a live action. we'll see. >> and we've seen a little gray this morning with some spots of fog across the bay area that will clear out for our fog year areas. and this is what you got. the rest of the day. sunshine 60's to low 70's. talking even warmer day
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victimized, they're along there walking outside. so that's something the police say that you should avoid. and if you know a senior help a senior in the south bay san jose is ongoing effort to clear the city's largest homeless camps. it's making progress, but it's also serving blockade to get help to the homeless because the cities because they surrounded it with this concrete kay real barrier that you can see. that's the temperature solution to keep the unhoused people from going back to the campsite that they clear now. but a lot of homeless advocates. they try to get help to the homeless to move next door at columbus park and they can't get past the barriers to get the stuff to the people who need it. trouble thanksgiving. we distributed maybe 500 meals. >> and we had to get back up on spring street to get into the camp. we had to go down the trail with a truck and distribute the meals where if we have access from the roadway. it's just so much easier. >> so it's more difficult to get them the help they need.
is considering declaring a water shortage which would allow them to limit the water use you can only do landscaping 2 days a week if this passes and the declaration would remain in effect until the end of next october. so it would be watering like that should be water like certainly should be watering the sidewalks which i've seen a lot of cases, a marine county. let's get low. their reservoirs are currently at just 58%. normally this time of year we've seen that 66% capacity, marine waters says the chances of rain slim to none at the moment. they're just in korea encouraging everybody to do what they can. i got the victory yesterday a little bit helps right on put that water in there. i could use bath water is that grows just just to the spirit >> of the big three's could be coming in handy this year because even though we saw such a great october, of course, those stories just reinforce to us. the fact that. >> yeah, we're sitting well behind. still as far as water
goes and with no rainfall in sight. these next couple of weeks. it does look like this dry trend of weather that we're closing out november with is only going to continue into the start of december. now skies are nice and clear up above. you do see some spots of fog out there in the distance. these gray pockets have resulted in lower visibility for some, including at points along one o one. earlier this morning, half moon bay and some of our inland valleys and a couple of pockets do still remain rain continues to be sent to the north as does any chance of snowfall. this high pressure ridge is shooting the jet stream on up into western canada northern washington and that leaves us high and dry here across the bay and a little bit on the hazy side, moderate air quality again today as this high pressure creates a cap right across the bay. a lot of pollutants. stay with us. now futurecast shows are clear skies on through the day today and on into tomorrow, too, your first day of december. tomorrow looks beautiful and actually quite warm to be starting off the new month as will be the case on thursday just a touch cooler on into the weekend.
today's daytime highs will be in the 60's for san francisco. a few 70's along the coastline like in half moon, bay right at 70 degrees and then a lot more than a few 70's elsewhere, a little warmer than yesterday for many spots. our warmest spot in the bay today will be campbell at 74 degrees. the east bay will be looking at numbers in the 70's whether you're bayshore or further inland a fair share of those concord orinda moraga oakland in richmond. on the other hand, holding on to the upper 60's as will most of the north bay on to the afternoon. week. as far as your roadways are concerned, it has been a slow go for many of our bridges this morning. but things are starting to improve the maze to fremont street. that's only going to take you 18 minutes. we still got those metering lights on. so of course you're going to see that slow down before the toll plaza. the san mateo bridge. that's a 12 minute drive as you're heading on over to the peninsula and the golden gate
bridge. it's been beautiful all morning long with a lots of sunshine spot. that's not been so easy was highway 4, but that is all but cleared out now. you have a 14 minute drive from antioch to concord and also looking at a much better commute. than what you were seeing earlier this morning right there along 6.80 that was really slow down all so much better than what we saw earlier this morning along routes further south in the bay like through hayward in union city, just so much improved still a little bit hard, though, as you're driving from dublin on over towards hayward and san leandro, a long 5.80, slowdown right at the connector there. daria. >> thanks a lot, john is 9 49 2 key players are not going to be with the niners this weekend when they take on the seahawks klay thompson. now with the warriors yet, but he's getting there kron 4 sports director jason dumas says the latest. >> the niners won their 3rd straight game on sunday when they took down the vikings. but it did not come without call deebo samuel and fred
warner and already been ruled out for next week's divisional matchup against the seahawks for deebo if a strained groin and will be out one to 2 weeks. warner. >> he's dealing with a hamstring kyle shanahan said someone is going to have to step up where d both who is on the shortlist for mvp this season. >> it's been a big part of our offense. but i think we're in a spot right now that we overcome came in yesterday made a huge play. i use 7 up each week doing better. yes, each one coming along. but to give all travelers been more opportunities anyways have beat out there and it will get a healthier better each weekend. i'm going do a little too. >> day by day, brick by brick. that's been klay thompson's attitude as he works towards a return to the court for the first time in over 2 and a half years and man, it's getting so close. i can just feel it. i can't wait for that
night. the santa cruz warriors released some video of clay scrimmaging with the team. and as you can see for clay for someone as skilled as him. it's like riding a bike taken the to the hole icu. but hey, i caution be patient. i'd be irresponsible if i didn't remind everyone at home. just how tough it is to do what clay is attempting to do. come back from those tool. traumatic injuries. santa cruz warriors coach seth cooper. he shared his thoughts on clay at practice. he was cleared for full go. >> everything we did was full of 100%. he was going there was no holding them back in u.s. live stream it to live today in practice. he was totally lives. so there was no point back goes, it was just really what im going. but in experience playing all out and he did that. and he looked really good at doing that. >> a's fans. they've been nervous that there would be a roster fire sale this offseason for good reason.
they've already lost skipper bob melvin sterling mark tay and mark hanna. but the organization did resign. chad pender and tony kemp. so all is not law. you have something to smile take those smiles. >> when you can get >> all righty. that is your look at sports. >> i like the addicks smile get it right. the warriors are on the road tonight. they're facing the phoenix suns tip off at 07:00pm. we'll be right back. ♪ ritz cheese crispers. where the crispiness of ritz meets the bold taste of cheese. i need a bite. try cheesy, crispy ritz cheese crispers.
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the white house doesn't look oh, my gosh. that's actually don't like can we do that with rudolph try. i don't know if you like i like that a lot. look at not even doing hair but you know, the first lady, jill biden, doctor biden did this and she did a beautiful job and while it looks like thick snow on the tree which i really loved. that's not she did ribbons. and so they don't have that technology. and a little lacking. they called but to get my tree came that way and that but they have all these different. they have public rooms with different different resident representation of of different themes. everything else you can see kindness is that sweet? i love it. weldon christmas right here. i am not to that level he bound to get around a of that front will bring you my tree tomorrow, this and that my little on my little one just for the set to be best if they they decorated and i'm going to do my job over here on yes, it will be sad. you know, the first
really have a right. we haven't put anything up have 9 that the way alright. so for going out to decorate our houses today as she is a great day. get up on the letter. do your whole thing. you know, with the lights on your perfect day to today. even tomorrow. if you want to. technically wait. till december starts right either way. get out there and do it. >> the weekend. obviously not bad either. this is just a steady forecast. it looks like midweek next week we could see something that breaks at least the with great to see some rain as in a cloud, but okay. rain as in a cloud, but okay. we'll see tomorrow. i did some early shopping this year. one for you, one for me. awww. i love it. i got us a little something, too. yeah? yep. one for you and one for me. i love it! oh! actually, that was.. i love it! i like red.
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