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wednesday to you and a big thank you to you. i think little under the weather and pulling double duty pull double duty yesterday. >> you know how it is during the holidays. everybody on that. so john is not going to traffic today. thank you, today you're going to pick that up against now. do it he has his hands full with the weather, not really john kind of easy forecast. it is. it is. so i traffic yesterday because what it's about sunshine and a lot more of it ahead of us for that matter. today is going to be a bit of a warmer day ahead of us. lots of sunshine dry skies this morning, though, we are talking some dense patches of fog in that there's actually proven to be a problem for a couple of areas, not necessarily in your berkeley hills cam because it is crystal clear right here. solano county is under a dense fog advisory through 10:00am
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this morning now route such as highway 4 in 6.80, around concord have been seeing some dense fog. that is really resulting in lower visibility falling below a quarter of a mile and spots benicia bridge is also in the midst of the great this morning. so take it slow or especially now that direction. that's where it's at its densest for a lot of areas. 40's and 50's for our current temperatures concord at a cool 49 degrees amidst that fog. well, oakland at 55 coolest of spots are santa rosa and petaluma each at 39 right now. great job. thank you for that. i was a look at your traffic this morning. looks like we have a traffic hazard on the westbound side of the bay bridge. so they turn the metering lights on some things are slowing down a little bit. a little under 10 minutes to make it into the city this morning. the san mateo bridge, though, as you're heading across towards the peninsula traffic starting to pick up there. it will be a little under 13 as you're heading across yet. you do it. can we do to low across the golden gate. i let's see. this
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is the easiest roles that why i'm going to do pick on the golden gate i love. all right, 6. oh, one is the time right now and the big story that we're working on this morning is the walnut creek city council's going to talk about. >> how they're going to stop to all these retail crimes that happen. it's been happening back to back to back. this comes after the nordstrom's and broadway plaza was ransacked. dozens of people that happened last month and that was really the biggest one where a wall mob of people went and camila barco is live in the newsroom with more on possible solutions. camilla. yeah. one of those solutions is considering spending money on more police officers and security equipment. >> their presence is meant to discourage people from looting. the city's downtown area now on the agenda today is the discussion of adding 5 more police officers. the city is also talking about spending $215,000 on more security cameras and $35,000 for a security drone. now, these would all be placed in the downtown area. if you remember that's where 80 people ransacked the nordstrom and
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left with more than a $125,000 in merchandise the crooks injured 2 employees pepper sprayed another one and threatened another employee with a knife. now the city council approves these resources, the officers would be hired through june of 2023. they also allocate a $130,000 for overtime. pay for the additional officers 3 days a week now mayor kevin wilk says that these are all proactive approaches. >> we can to deter people from committing the crime in the first place and having more of a presence will help with that. you make sure that we have a fully funded police force that can be a deterrent as well as fully investigating any crimes that happen. >> now, last month's bold highs at nordstrom happened at broadway plaza in downtown walnut creek. the mayor has since closed that street to traffic until at least the end of the year for the safety of
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everyone. now reyna adding 5 more police officers would cost the city about one point 6 million dollars. but the city council would use the money the federal government gave cities from the federal american rescue plan act they still have 2 million dollars left over to use in the future. the city council will meet at 8.30, this morning to talk about those safety measures and course, we'll have the latest from that meeting when it starts raining daria fact. he is certainly a lot going on. thank you for that camilla. >> the 6 o 4 is the time and let's stay on these flash mobs that are committing retail cefs all around the bay area. they're having an effect. more on just the economy. now the ceo of the california retailers association says these crimes are also making employees afraid and some shoppers afraid to and she is saying that it should be considered domestic terrorism. >> got 90 people showing up in cars with crowbars and sledgehammers you know, running into a store and committing these just brazen
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crimes and you think about the impact that's going to have on those employees and those consumers. i think it is it is terrorizing those people in stores and to those employees. >> the bay area district attorneys have announced an alliance to try to crack down on these organized retail crime rings and ensure that whoever they are able to catch. they charge them appropriately. now the contra costa county district attorney is issued felony charges for man accused of a crime spree including armed robbery and carjacking. police say 30 year-old slander johnson tried to steal power tools from an ace hardware in the community of black hawk, east of danville. officials say johnson pull out a knife threatened the workers when they confronted him, he got into a nearby car holding that driver at knifepoint. they told us where johnson abandoned that car and attempted to carjack a second victim nearby officer spotted johnson and they were able to take him into custody. family of an oakland man who was shot and killed while trying to
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stop a car. breakin is looking for some answers. now. police say they have new leads to try and track down his killer. they've released this picture. this is the suv police are looking for to newer model toyota rav 4 28 year-old, eric davis. he was shot and killed sunday afternoon at lake there. investigators say he was trying to stop people from breaking into cars last night. family and friends gathered together to remember his life and they say he was hard working. he had a smile that everyone can love now. they hope that somebody will speak up and help police find out who killed him. >> i'm sure it was very quiet. he did and he was a man of few words, but he was always smiling we're hoping for the to to is and step up share what you know, if you saw anything that that is time to start talking. >> a $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest in this case. >> and of course, we have a
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reward out for the arrest of whoever killed our kron. 4 security guard. kevin nishita. we'll get to that in a minute. but. >> now we know that the national park service is confirming the vehicle linked to the shooting was involved in a robbery in san francisco way before that person also killed in a oakland police released a picture of the gunman's car. you can see it here. it's a white 2004 to 8 acura tl. and they are still looking for that car. so please do. take a look. unfortunately, we don't have a license plate number because as you can see, there's no played on the front. but the national park service is this same vehicle was used in an armed robbery back on november 22nd inside the golden gate national recreation area. and so now they're still looking for this same vehicle in connection with our guard kevin nishita being shot while he was trying to rip protect our reporter camera crew, the team's wanted the camera they left. they didn't get it. but he paid the price with his life. not only you know, are
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we remembering him and we are also offering a war because we want to bring the person who did this to justice. >> if there is a $32,500 reward. that is for information that leads to an arrest. we want to let you know about that. we also want to let you know that there's a fun if you'd like to help in a sheet of family and you can get cash a check. any donation in person to the kevin sheedy trust at any metropolitan bank location, or you can use the e-mail address and we'll all of this information if you'd like to look at over on proper dot com. oakland could be taking new steps to address its rampant gun violence we've been seen so far. there have been. >> a 127 homicides in the city this year alone. at a news conference chief leronne armstrong says the department has 70 fewer officers in a did at the same time last year. he says the department is trying to attract new officers offering more money. >> i think we need to make
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ourselves competitive in this very difficult market of higher police officers across the country. >> chief armstrong is also asking the city to add a surveillance camera system along oakland streets. armstrong says the cameras will be a big hemp as department is currently too dependent on community members to share video of crimes. oakland isn't the only bay area city that has helped police staffing issue and the north bay the police officers association is warning that there aren't enough officers because so many are leaving the force. they say about 2 thirds of the positions are currently unfilled and the staffing levels are hurting their ability now to provide basic police services according to the association, new officers. our here's the problem. they say struggling to pass their training and then they also say experienced officers they are retiring where they're moving to other police departments and san francisco has the same problem. the supervisor, one of them there. catherine stefani is calling for a hearing into the police staffing issues in san francisco's in tweets
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stephanie says a recent study suggests that the department. needs to hire more than 300 more officers and she went on to say the recent events show how serious the staffing problem is and that a lot more needs to be done as quickly as possible. well, still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news seeds break into a brand new restaurant in san francisco after they bought the place they threw a party will have that story once we get back. >> and also president biden is getting ready to lay out his plan to fight the newest variant of covid-19. we'll have more on that. john and we're looking at a cool one at the coast with daytime highs in the 60's should say, of cool because this is actually above average. >> as will also see in our inland areas for the north bay inland. it will be upper 60's. well further south lake around morgan hill's upper 70's. i'll get to the breakdown of what to expect this afternoon in your forecast.
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>> 6.30 right now. and we want take a peek at the weather. we've got all these beautiful lights from san francisco behind us. hopefully no, no beautiful lights on the bridge because at the we do, though, all. i wasn't. well, the goal to get 5 ago. john, on the bay bridge, the reese's up right now. yeah, got a couple lights
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we'll get to traffic in a minute see the rain. it rained a noted that reef this morning. >> i heard moment of joy this morning all my a leading light say like on the bridge murray. >> i think a lot of us are going to be seeing a lot more of that today because it is december 1st. >> so if you do have that motivation to just get out there and get all those lights on today is not a bad day to be doing it. you may actually be breaking a sweat as you're getting out there and stream those lights because we are looking at our warmest day of the forecast today. we do have some sparkly lights there on the golden gate bridge nothing that slow you down, though the golden gate bridge has been an easy go. not just because it's fog free, but it's also got a lighter commute. we are seeing dense fog for solano county. the highway 4 corridor as well as along 6.80 right around concord. the benicia bridge we do have some low visibility issues to our north is where rain and snow continues to be set broke that down a lot yesterday. what the reason behind that is this jet stream
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cent well to the north. the high pressure ridge in place contributing today's warm field and also contributing to the hazy conditions will see today is going to be the warmest, as i've mentioned, lots of sunshine tomorrow. we keep those 70's around pretty solidly for your second day of december as we will for your 3rd day of december on friday. then we cool things down into the weekend and eventually to next week, too. today's daytime highs. our warmest morgan hill at 77 san jose 75 70's right along the east bay shoreline and some 60's further inland in the east bay as well as in san francisco in mill valley tomorrow's highs, a little cooler friday stepped down a couple more degrees by next week. we're back into the 60's. pretty solidly one lone slight chance of rainfall and that's monday night. don't hold your breath for any sort of significant shower activity in the seven-day forecast rain. all right, john, thanks for that. let's get a look at traffic on the bay bridge. you do have some there. so, we're talk about the lights. look at
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that. >> on the weather outside. they look at that. yeah, we do have a traffic hazard there. and so worse. we've seen a little slow. and if you're traveling into the city, it will be a little under 14 minutes for your drive time as you're traveling, you also have the pretty reach to look forward to as you're heading into the city there. let's get a look at the time over to get towards the peninsula. no major delays or issues here. that's the good news. and the golden gate bridge will be about 20 from the north bay into the city. >> time. now 6 16 and in the south bay san jose mayor sam liccardo is lashing out. he's upset because to homicide suspect we're let out of jail without bail. exactly. kron four's will tran is in san jose this morning will you've got the updated details for us. how does this happen? >> well, according to sam liccardo and the city of san jose and san jose police department. they basically said the system failed them. they failed the public and they failed the family of the victim know i can tell you that the city of san jose mayor liccardo and the san
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jose police department. they're always don't get along. i mean, they've had the class to us. but in this particular case they are on the same page. they actually took to twitter last night. they're very angry that these 2 men. so take a look at your screen. 26 years old and 27 year-old. they were arrested on november first and they were charged with homicide. i can tell you is friend ends or us he's been charged with homicide and the man with a little bit more facial hair. well, he has been charged with a deadly weapon. also accessory because they got into a fender on october 31st on halloween. broad daylight at 3.40 in the afternoon about several miles from the san jose police department when they got to the scene there were long gone, but they ultimately did their investigation and arrested them the day after. they say they should be in jail. this morning waiting their trial or at least make it very difficult for them to be home this morning, meaning a high
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bail, but instead they were released without having to pay a dime. so they're waking up this morning at home. take a look at your screen. this is what mayor sam liccardo said late last night. this is how outraged he is. and he basically says i appreciate the purpose of bail reform, but releasing a homicide suspect without bail is outrageous. the pendulum has swung too far and it's our neighborhoods that endure the most crime that suffer as a result, as far as those 2 men there are far as we know at this particular time, their home and they're not even be monitored while they're free waiting for their trial as far as the trial is concern no date yet has been set. so it could be quite some time before they go back into the criminal system as far as the police department. and the mayor. they should be waiting the trial, whatever it is behind bars back to you. all right. thanks a lot. well, 6.18 right now and a big story the president is going to be
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laying out a new plan to fight the omicron variant of coronavirus. >> we are going to hear it tomorrow when he gives a press conference and addresses the nation. what is the specific strategy that they're going to use to try to fight this virus. and we already know that the u.s. has implemented a travel ban for 8 south african countries. this covid variant originated in south africa. so that's why that's going on. but also the president could expand this and require all international travelers no matter where they're coming from. if they want to come into the u.s. there may be a new rule where they need a covid test in a negative test within a day of boarding. their flight. and right now you get 72 hours when asked about the variant they top doc doctor fauci says that he thinks that we are going to get some protection, but it's a day by day, learning experience. >> as with other variants, although partial immune escape may occur. vaccines and
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particularly boosters give a level of anybody that even with variants like delta give you a degree of protection, particularly against severe disease. >> as researchers learn more about omicron then the threat that it poses. >> then we will be able to react to be in a better position. the cdc's director says to be able to protect the public and make new rules if necessary. >> well, an fda panel of health advisors narrowly endorsed merck's covid treatment. pill. >> the fda panel voted 13 to 10 that the drug's benefit out weighs its risk including potential birth defects of use during pregnancy. now the drug is designed to treat adults with mild to moderate covid-19 face the greatest risk including those with conditions like obesity, asthma and old age. it still needs final approval from the fda and cdc because it can be used by the public. well, as the omicron variant continues to spread across the globe.
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the ceo of moderna predicts new vaccines are going to be needed. the moderna ceo believes that existing vaccines might not be as effective against the omicron strand of covid. meanwhile, makers of pfizer's vaccine say they're confident the current shots are going to work. doctors say the data is likely going to show the vaccines will still be effective to some degree. we're going to know more as data comes out over the next couple of weeks. now in the east bay, the city of oakland has a doubt that they're going to extend a covid vaccine clinic through the end of the year. the clinic is open 7 days a week from 09:00am to 5 at the frank ogawa plaza next to city hall. all 3 covid vaccines are available as well as booster shot and covid testing. no appointments are required for you. there. 6.21 and the pandemic has led to a drop in enrollment at schools all across california. this is according to state officials who testified in an oversight hearing. >> and they say that students are missing at least 10% of their studies. this year. the
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reason why they say, well, there's an increase in covid cases. first of all. so they say students, some are sticking with remote learning and then older students. some are juggling family and work responsibilities. >> public school traditional. and charter public will tell you that experiencing issues around a tendon that they are consigned about what that means for the fiscal cliff going forward. >> here in the bay area school district officials in cupertino and hayward have voted to close a number of schools because of declining enrollment. but lawmakers say that funding shouldn't be a problem next year because they're projecting a budget surplus that will make 20 billion dollars available for education. well, coming up on the kron 4 morning news. thousands of diapers. >> stolen from a nonprofit in the north bay. those items were meant to help families that are in need have that story once we get back.
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>> 6.25 right now in the north say workers at a nonprofit in benicia are trying to replace items that were stolen bike pretty awful. man, a storage room at the solano county fairgrounds as recently broken into the thieves stole thousands of diapers and other hygiene products that belong to the nonprofit food is free salon. oh, yeah. they were meant for families in need for
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the holiday season. but obviously the crooks thought that they needed the money from selling them or are handing them out. the spokesman for this nonprofit says it is a great loss for a great number of people. >> people make choices they make choices between i'm buying food or buying diapers. and if they don't have diapers, then the kids can't go to day care. they can't go to preschool. they have to have sanitary supplies to be able to go. and so this impacts the family's ability to go to work, which impacts the ability to make more money to be able to support themselves. >> food is free. says that the best way that you want to help if you want to be able to help us to give them some money. those donations are appreciated. we have all the information. >> on our website at kron 4 dot com. >> this morning. the supreme court will hear arguments in mississippi's challenge to the landmark abortion case. roe v wade coming up in a live report. we'll hear from pro-life and pro-choice supporters.
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>> good morning and thanks for tuning in to the kron 4 morning news with us mean ray, enjoy the morning here with john and full sunrise is how has the december for sunrise. what worries me. all right. december 1st, worries me is like that because is a little risch like that. more haze, a sunrise. yes, it is. just don't breathe it in. don't
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read in the ways that good excuse not to work out today may be. >> if you are heading outside, maybe it's to put the christmas lights up in which case it is going to be warm for doing so. we're kicking off december first with a little bit of haze. but most notably today the warmest temperatures of this forecast daytime highs today climbing into the upper 70's for a couple of spots, believe it or not. now as far as conditions go right now, it is clear whether you're looking at the sunrise or in the opposite direction towards the west like your berkeley hills camera situated just looks nice and clear for these areas. at least we do have some fog that is formed out towards the central valley and delta solano county is under a dense fog advisory through 10:00am this morning. highway 4 as well. 6.80, right around concord, the benicia bridge, all these areas have seen some pockets of fog. so far today now skies otherwise are going to be nice and clear throughout the course of your december first and temperatures outside will range from the 60's to 70's later on right now. it's a range of 30's in petaluma and
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santa rosa to 60's in areas like pacifica right along the coastline. back to john, thank you for that. even a close eye on your highways this morning traveling into the city. >> had a traffic hazard that started slowing us down just a bit. i don't see it there any longer, though, still a little under 14 minutes to make your drive to that fremont street exit the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. no major delays or issues there little under 13 as you're traveling and the golden gate. if you're heading from the north bay into the city. we'll take you a little under 21 minutes time is 6.31 and today the supreme court is going here. the biggest abortion challenge in a generation. the centers on a mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy and the supporters of that measure asking the justices to in the constitutional right to abortion and opponents worry this could be the court to do it. kron 4. sarah stinson is following the story live in the newsroom. sarah. yeah. sorry. a rain of the supreme court will hear arguments this
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morning that challenge the landmark abortion case. roe v wade. as you said. and this is the biggest challenge to the 1973 ruling that we've seen. >> in 30 years. so as you can imagine, emotions are running high on both sides. hours before arguments began pro-life and pro-choice supporters gathered outside the steps of the supreme court stakes are higher than ever with the high court's 63 conservative majority when ruth bader ginsburg died in 2020 trump nominee amy coney barrett was confirmed moving the court further right. mississippi is asking the justices to get rid of the roe v wade standard and allow states to set their own policy. the justices will weigh whether to uphold a mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 weeks. well before the current established point of viability at around 24 weeks into pregnancy. let's hear now from both pro-life and pro-choice advocates. this case will be the most significant legal opening in almost 50 years.
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>> to save innocent lives of the unborn. >> you shouldn't be able to go back and over turned 7 flights simply because the composition of the supreme court is czech government cannot force her to child against her will. >> if the supreme court rules in favor of mississippi. it sets new precedent opening the door for states nationwide to write stricter abortion laws. the oral arguments. they're set to begin in about a half an hour from now. a ruling isn't expected to come down until late spring or even early summer of next year. so real. keep you updated on opening arguments will have a report for you in about an hour's we can here from the courts and all of those arguments, it's going to be story that people are watching nationwide for now, back to you. and sitting in the same thing. a lot of people will be watching this fight very closely. thank you, sarah. >> well, the grand opening of a new restaurant in san
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francisco will likely now be delayed after thieves. >> broke into that business. they still equipment and furniture. and on top of all of that. they threw a big party inside the restaurant raman hero. she was set to open early this month. co-owner daniel boma says the thieves broke into that restaurant 2 weeks ago on a saturday night, he believes they were targeted in the crime was planned because he found the windows covered. so no one could see inside. and he also found handmade signs posted on the was well boeing. it thinks that the party was big because of the amount of trash that they left behind. >> came in. >> i suspect at least 30 to 50 minimum based on the order. the euro sink handsome or was that. >> you know, people sick and pro up as stuff like that. >> a is there surveillance camera system was also stolen. but they were able to replace it. the grand opening was set for december 2. so just a few days. but with so many things now missing. we're needing
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replace a said it's going to likely take them a lot longer. >> 6.34 watch out. when you go to the atm in the east bay alameda police say they found a skimming device at a bank of america, a skimmer devices recently discovered right here at this atm at the south shore center. and we've circled where it is. police share the photos with circling the area where a technician and atm technician actually discovered a replica of the machines. mir and camera bar attached to the atm and it contained this pin hole camera. and they're saying that this went undetected for maybe 4 weeks. it could have been stalled for weeks ago. so in the meantime, alameda police are working with bank of america so they can look over the security footage and figure out how it got there. in the meantime, customers might be thinking did they get anything from me for that because that's what i want to know. why a be of ai wonder how that worked 6 hope. it didn't work. 6.35 right now
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and and mayor, lamar thorpe has a plan to house the city's homeless. he's asking for $300,000 to pay for 15 rooms to house those who live along the amtrak train tracks and the program would also provide medical services. the city council is going to vote on the plan. december 14th. happening today is world aids day and there is going to be events held across the country right here in the bay area's. well, one of those events are going to be in san francisco's castro district. the community will a sidewalk chalk art event honoring the millions of people who have died of aids. now that takes place at 9 o'clock this morning. and another event is going to take place in golden gate park where there will also be a display of lights and a reading of names that event starts at 4.30. this afternoon. in the east bay, family, friends and colleagues are preparing to honor the life and legacy of late alameda county supervisor
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wilma chan welsh and died last month when she was hit by motorists while crossing the street in alameda. the community wants to highlight all of the community initiatives and program. she championed on her career now week from today. there's going to be event at the oakland museum of california garden to honor chan. it's 6.37. and national headlines. 3 students are dead and 8 people are injured after a school shooting in michigan and the gunman was a fellow student. police say they're trying to figure out the motive. but the shooter isn't talking. kelsey christine has the latest. because of the quick response by authorities yesterday. they do believe that they were potentially able to stop the suspect from shooting more people. >> in fact, when they got here, that suspect did surrender, but he had a fully loaded gun was 7 more rounds. >> panic inside a classroom at oxford high school 30 miles
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north of detroit. students run out of a window after someone claiming to be police knocks on the they're worried this. the 15 year-old gunman who shot and killed 3 students. police say the suspect a sophomore at the high school opened fire with a semi automatic handgun just before one yesterday afternoon krista hall says she heard the shots from her classroom. we didn't even know what'c going on because there was no like pa announcement 100 sheriff's deputies raced to the scene. >> the suspect, his gun still loaded surrendered to law enforcement. he fired multiple somewhere in the area, 15 to 20. >> what this point time. the 3 people killed were all students. 14 year-old hannah saint giuliana 16 year-old tape meyer and 17 year-old madison baldwin. 8 others were shot including a teacher who is now out of the hospital. but the other victim, 7 students remain hospitalized this morning as for a motive,
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police say the suspect isn't talking but the sheriff says the suspect used a gun. his father bought only days ago on black friday. we have talked to the parents and those that can tell you is they didn't want their son to talk to us. they hired an attorney students say they were warning signs that an attack was imminent. my about a week and a half ago. >> text. my mom was spending my mom saying how she was afraid to to school, how their school shooting we made it was actively talked about on social media. i'm not aware of that. we're not aware of any warnings if there were, i got to believe they would have told us. >> students, parents and neighbors gathered to support one another and reflect on the day's tragedy. everything was so sudden is is it time over classes and then it was just a frantic like a frenzy to get out the building. >> police say that the motive is still not known and fact they've executed a search
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warrant at the suspect's home and they're also reviewing surveillance video at the school to find out what led up to the shooting. >> and part of that obviously be talking to more students about the social media post that that one girl referred to saying that there was talk that there were threats against the school. but they were still going to school. so we're expecting an update may be from officials there in michigan later today. 6.40 is the time right now and a federal court has upheld california's ban on high capacity magazines. the 9th circuit court in san francisco called california's law a reasonable fit for the government's interest in reducing gun violence. the ruling upholds to laws that crack down on magazines with more than 10 rounds of ammunition. the original lawsuit was brought by groups representing gun owners in the state. they could appeal to the u.s. supreme court. but so far we don't know. they haven't said if they're going to do that. time now 6.40 and still ahead. >> the sons didn't. they
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snapped the warriors winning streak. we're going to break down what happened on the court when we come back. >> and it is going to be a nice day today starting december first and the really warm and sunny, no highs climbing well into the upper 70's for a few of our inland areas, your breakdown of what to expect is ahead. ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪
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simplicity feels good. chase. make more of what's yours. >> 6.43 and tomorrow skiers and boarders are going to be able to gear up because the
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snow machines are going produce fresh powder and big bear is going to be opening. they say they're supposed to open tomorrow to season pass holders and then friday for anybody else who wants to go a number of sierra ski resorts are having to delay however, their opening to the season because as we've seen, we're just not getting enough snow. but john, we keep talking about the fact that they can make snow. there's a catch to does have to be cold and i don't know how cold it's been. a good thing. but there's a lot of now that's been occurring during the day so the days have been quite warm. and that's been picked downside up there. unfortunately. >> but we have seen those temperatures been reached at nights. and that's why a lot of our resorts have had that opportunity to actually make some new snowfall during the evening hours and why some of them do have that opportunity open up now here in the bay area. it's obviously not the snow, but it's unfortunately not the rain either that we've been missing out on. we have a
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cruise ship that i'm sure the passengers there been enjoying the nice weather that the bay area seeing right now. personally, i think we'd all love to see the rainfall, though. we have not been tapping into that. that's been sent well to the north up into the pacific northwest western canada seeing a little bit too much of it high pressure. ridge has been keeping us dry in the meantime, in an especially warm day today. what we are going to be seeing as we work our way through this forecast is more and more sunshine little chance of rainfall for the rest of this week. today is the very warm us tomorrow. temperatures up 2 degrees down from today. further cooling just a touch into friday that will eventually take us into the 60's come the weekend and on into next week, too 60's for your highs and sf today. it will be a range of 60's and 70's along the coastline. our warmest spots in the bay area will be in the inland. south bay areas like morgan hill as well as los gatos at 77 degrees to kick off december today. fremont and hayward each at 74 oakland. 72
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degrees. well, the north bay looking at daytime highs anywhere from the upper 60's to low 70's santa rosa at 72 now temperatures the next 7 days will eventually cool down into the mid 60's by next tuesday. lots of sunshine out there. and just a slight chance of a few sprinkles. hopefully monday night into tuesday morning breanna. all right. it's a great forecast, john. so we are looking at your traffic this morning. >> heading from the east bay into the city. we had earlier hazard on the bay bridge started as slowing down just a tad bit. so a little under 14 minutes to make it into the city to that from a street exit head in a cross towards the peninsula. there are no major issues or delays. a little under at say about 15 minutes for your drive time there. the golden gate bridge heading for the north bay into the city. no traffic about 20 minutes. it's 6.46 and the warriors for a goal for another win. >> but the suns were too much. they snapped are win streak. garnett said about that. look at they ran into those red hot phoenix suns on the road.
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>> and again, kron 4 sports director jason dumas has the breakdown of that game. >> does in the valley of the sun taking off phoenix. the squad with the second best record in the nba behind golden state. i've been waiting for this matchup all weekend. it did not disappoint. 1st quarter. it turned into the jordan poole he had a career-high 16 points in the quarter. >> including 4, 3, pointers to he was just unconscious and so good year. 2nd quarter big loss for us. and devin booker goes up for a layup hamstring injury tweaks, a hammy. he would not return. it really matter that much for phoenix nearing halftime tied at 54 chris paul. the andre ayton ayton was a force 16 4 run to end the half warriors down to it. 3rd quarter. now sons of 6 bad pass by jordan poole macau
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bridges. the pride and joy of great valley high out there in pennsylvania with the dunk. that was his only 2 points. but he was a plus 21 on the night to suffocating on defense later on, though suns lead cut to 2 paul steele to gary payton. the second he slams it. payton is the warriors defensive stopper once again only down by 2 at the end of the 3rd. all right. let's get to the 4th money-making time. the knicks up by 4 hit to the head that she owns a. curry to that i didn't think i would be saying that this year warriors cut it to one later cp 3 to crowder offs. i'm veteran. he hits the 3 phoenix starting to pull away. here was the dagger hand down, man down landry shamet, a former 76 er. >> 104 to 96 the sun extend their win streak. his 17 points. check out the college kids one of the best college
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hoops programs. >> of the young season is right here in the bay. usf men's hoops. they're off to its best start in 45 years and they're just want to 20 and be in team left in the nation. that's thanks in part to a veteran backcourt duo. jamari and kohli osha bad. they've been showing yay is the leading scorer in the wcc head coach todd golden chatted with us today. he said his team have had great starts before. but something about this year feels a little different. >> some of our winds. we've had really good. i think that in the past couple years we've these good start. we had played his high level competition. but you a b davidson, nevada. all those winds are going to go a long way for us over the course of the season. so i feel like that along with that of guys that we have a program. it feels different. i think it is different. we're taking a day, but really enjoy each other around to find time to practice every day, having a fun time competing. and we're just really just trying to get lost in moment that way. it's
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a great group to be around great group to coach our staffs really enjoying it. and we're just taking day by day, looking for to, fou know, be on saturday. >> one quick note, the sharks won tonight and dirty jurors 5 to 2. they will play in long island in a couple of days. nice win by the sharks. all righty. that's your look at sports. >> all right. and the words are going to be able to play this and yes, so they'll over and that's coming on friday at the chase center. our house is tight. 6.50 right now. and we'll be back with more a few minutes and all i wanted to catch up on lebron james so much and you this well, yeah, i do care because a lot of people lebron. of course, if you're a warriors fan, you don't care. lebron is out which you know, if you're a fan of the worries. you might think well, radar just hater. but you know what, you don't want to see. a great player go out for covid and has tested positive. i don't even know if you have symptoms or not. there's various protocols. you have to go through. he's already vaccinated. you saw him wear a mask has been really, you know, vigilant, but it can happen to the best of us. so what happens happened is yes, to get 2
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negative tests in 24 hours apart. he can also play and then if like you can also play again if he stays out 10 days without symptoms. and then after that he undergoes a cardiac screening before he's cleared to return to the court. and lebron is already missed half of the lakers 22 games because he was injured and suspension and so it's it's always something. it is not going on well wishes to lebron. we'll be right back. 6.51. oh, we want to talk to about pet situation. let's take a look at that. we'll be looking at we're not sure. >> we're not sure if we have time for that story. but we'll time for that story. but we'll from one moment to the next, our kids become the most important part of our lives. and even though the years pass, that never changes. we never stop worrying about them. that's why it's important to have health insurance. with covered california, we got a plan we could afford. it includes free preventive care, like cholesterol and blood-pressure checkups. because even though they grow up, they'll always be your baby. covered california. this way to health insurance.
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>> 6.53, right now and we're not sure why anyone would want their pet to remind them of covid. pet names inspired by the pandemic are on the rise. >> and if you look at rover dot com. this is where we found the names. >> bella luna max and charlie, those are still the top names, ok, so those don't have any covid. but how about fauci? well, that does it remind you. i mean, the dream eyes a little bit of covid, but he's a doctor and that jumped 270%. people love the name but people are even naming their pet. some covid why that name has jumped in popularity by 35%. a rover also said that there are names that people like like zoom siri and google. i hate siri and i don't want to name my pet siri. the number one trending
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name in the country is that's from star wars. the mandalorian which that i wouldn't. if you said well, go coming here. i have no idea. his own watch that at all those names. yes, you have to as they said. oh, i you know, heartbeat that she had a heart beat. i think that's adorable day. 6.55 coming up in the next hour. what are we going to do to protect. >> shoppers and stores and workers from all these rash of that's that happens. we're going to tell you about that. plus, was going to tell you how these 2 homicide suspects from a halloween party got out of jail without bail. we're waiting for president biden is going lay out his plans to fight the new covid variant will tell you when he's going address that. what is on the table.
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office space or i call it a seasonal tree reyna not a christmas tree. so and it's hard to get in the spirit of the holidays because you think december first, anything called and it's not that is good the early season about years is actually unseasonably warm for that matter. some upper 70's for your highs and at those and morgan hill later on today. >> won't be quite as warm for the rest of the bay area. but we are talking some low 70's across the bay for most of us. so yeah, not your typical way to be kicking off things. this december looking outside this morning. we do have a clear skies above berkeley looking down at the east bay. beautiful way to start things off over there. now we are seeing fog in london, though solano county is in the midst of a dense fog advisory through 10:00am this morning route such as highway for 6.80. the benicia bridge right around concord are seeing some dense fog. so please be mindful of that as you do eventually venture out to the roads, especially in those
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inland areas. now, today's daytime highs will get pretty warm, but we are off to a cool start. some 30's in the north bay for petaluma novato santa rosa. and then some 50's and even 60's near the coastline all talking about where exactly were heading this afternoon and what it's looking like after that to still ahead, reyna john, thank for that. we are tracking your traffic this morning. and we have some delays. you're traveling from the east bay into the city. we had. >> a hazard on the bay bridge earlier this morning now that that has been clear. we still are seeing residual delays. so a little under 14 minutes. if you're traveling there, the san mateo bridge as you're heading across towards the peninsula. little under 14 minutes to make that drive. so no major issues there. and as you're traveling along the golden gate bridge will be a little under 21 minutes as you're traveling. we'll have a look weather and traffic coming up let's get back to top story. yeah. because this morning the walnut creek city council is going to talk about this problem of a rash of retail crimes in the city. right. this comes after the nordstrom's and broadway plaza was ransacked by dozens of people last mo

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