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is showing dry skies and temperatures are in a pretty wide range this morning. we'll have be in. pacifica may be starting the morning in the 60's petaluma. you're only in the 30's. so i get the jackets on wherever you are at. but it's a fairly mild morning for most not so much for everyone. rain. >> tom, thank you for that. all right. let's get a look at the traffic thanks for holding down like you always do over there. traveling from the east bay into the city. a little under 30 minutes for your drive time. the air, the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula a little under 15 minutes as you're traveling across the san mateo bridge and let's get a look at the golden gate bridge, about 20 minutes as you're heading from the north bay into the city. no major delays. the are going well, weather and traffic coming up. but for now, daryn, let's get back to the news. all right. an 8 o'clock. the top story that we're following happening now is the walnut creek city council is trying to figure out what they can do to stop of this rash of retail crimes has been happen even seen it back-to-back. well, this comes
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after the north's drums and broadway plaza was ransacked by dozens of people last month. proffers camila barco is falling that life on the newsroom. hi, camilla. >> good morning. you guys city council members are considering spending. about 2 million dollars on more security. now, this morning they're going to talk about whether they should hire more police officers and by new surveillance cameras now the money that they're willing to spend is about 2 million dollars and they would employ 5 more police officers purchase surveillance cameras and a security drone. now, they would all be placed in the downtown area. and if you remember, it's where 80 people ransacked the local nordstrom last month. the left with more than a $125,000 in merchandise and the crooks injured. 2 employees pepper sprayed another one and threatened another employee with a knife. now, if the members approve these resources, the officers would be hired through june of 2023. they also allocate money for overtime, pay for the
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additional officers. now we caught up with one a creek mayor kevin wilk this morning. he's also calling on the district attorney and the sheriff's office to do their part. >> we can do the arrests. we need to make sure that they are charging and prosecuting to the fullest extent of the law and ensuring that these criminals are off the streets and in jail. we can have people that have committed these kind of crimes or people that look at them and say we would potentially look to commit some of those crimes and be out on the street. we have to detour weekend in walnut creek. >> now, look, set. wilkes says they plan to reach out to state legislators and the governor, they want to stress their concerns of the ongoing retail crime and ask for more resources. now last month's robbery at nordstrom happened at broadway plaza in walnut creek. the mayor has since closed that street to traffic until at least the end of the year. now adding 5 more police officers would cost the city about one 0.6 million dollars
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and the city council would use the money. the federal government gave cities from the federal american rescue plan act and i remain in the city council is expected to meet with in less than 30 minutes to discuss the safety measures. and of course, we'll bring you the latest on that meeting once it starts for now. back to you. >> and a lot of work cut out for them. thank you for that. camilla. >> 8. '03, and industry. experts say the endless stream of these flash mobs that are happening around the bay area. they're not just. >> hurting the economy. the ceo of the california retailers association says the crimes are striking fear and the employees who have to go to work and this is happened in broad daylight when shoppers are there as well. and she's saying that is 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 crimes and you think about the impact that's going to have on those employees and those
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consumers. i think it is. it was terrorizing those people in stores and to those employees. >> the bexar district attorneys are also they formed an alliance to try to crack down on the organized retail crime rings and really charge the criminals appropriately. well, the contra costa county district attorney has issued felony charges for man accused of a crime spree, including armed robbery as well as carjacking. well, police say 30 land or john to try to steal power tools from an ace hardware in the community of black hawk. that's just east of danville. officials say johnson pulled out a knife and threatened the workers when they confronted him they got into a nearby car holding that driver at knifepoint then drove to san ramon where johnson abandoned that car and attempted to carjack a second victim nearby. police officer spotted johnson and took him into custody. now another tragic story. the family of an oakland man who was shot and killed while trying to stop a car breakin is looking for
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answers. the police say they have a new lead as they try and track down his killer. well, they have released this picture of an suv. take a good look at that. police are looking for this. it's a newer model. toyota rav 4 28 year-old eric davis was shot and killed sunday afternoon at lake merritt. well, investigators say he was trying to stop people from breaking into cars. there last night. family and friends gathered together to remember his life. they say he was hard working and that he had a smile that everyone can love. they now hope that somebody is going to speak up and help police find his killer. >> 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 that being in step up share what you know, if you saw anything that that is time to start talking. >> well, a $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest in that case. time now is 8. '05 and a big update now in the fatal shooting of our kron 4
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security guard. kevin nishita, the national park service is confirming the vehicle linked to the shooting that we're looking for to solve the case was involved in a robbery in san francisco that happened before shooter was killed. here's the picture that oakland police are released of the car that they're looking for. the gun was in a white 2000 8 acura tl. and as you can see, we don't have a front license plate to go on. we only have this picture, but we do know now the national park service is this very same vehicle was used in an armed robbery that happened on november 22nd in the golden gate. national recreation area. the gunman shot in a while he was trying to protect a crew. the gunman was after the camera. they didn't get that. and the shia pay the price with his life. and now there's a $32,500 reward out for information leading to an arrest and there's a fund set up to if you'd like to help his family. you can donate to the metropolitan bank anyone in person or you can use an email or you can go to our
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website to get all the information at kron 4 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. now at a news conference chief leronne armstrong says the department has 70 fewer officers. then it did at this same time last year. he says the department is trying to attract new officers by offering more money. i think we need to make 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 would be a big help as his department is currently just too dependent on community members to share video of crimes. >> time now is 8. '07, and oakland isn't the only area that's having trouble with staffing issues in the north bay. they'll police officers association is warning about the number of officers that are leaving the force. they say only about 2 thirds of the
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positions are currently filled and the staffing levels are hurting their ability to provide basic services. according to the association, new officers are struggling to pass their training and experienced officers are either retiring or moving to other departments. san francisco police also have a staffing problem and supervisor catherine stefani is calling for a hearing to address the issue in a series of tweets. she and she says that a recent study shows that the department needs to hire 300 more officers. she goes on to say that the recent events show just how serious the stabbing problem isn't it needs to be addressed. well, and the south bay san jose mayor sam liccardo is lashing out after 2 homicide suspects were released without bail. and this is a straight-a kron four's. will tran is following in san jose trying to make sense of why they were released will. at this particular point, the san jose police department and mayor sam they have clashed a lot
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throughout the years. but in this case they are on the same page. they are very upset with the system. >> saying these 2 people, they're actually at home instead of possibly being in jail at the very least they should have made it tougher for them to make bail. in this case it was so simple. no bail. and that has got a lot of people in san jose very outraged, including mayor sam liccardo and the police department they took to twitter to express their anger that these 2 men here, 27 years old and 26 years old. we're talking out for castillo are us. they have been accused of killing a man on halloween at 3.40 in the afternoon broad daylight in a minor fender about 5 miles from this location when they came out there, they were long gone. didn't take them very long track them down. they were actually arrested the day after. but instead of possibly being in jail or setting of bail so high that they cannot make bail and remain in jail
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today. there are simply allowed to go home with certain restrictions and that has upset mayor sam liccardo. here's what he had to say about the system. he says i appreciate the purpose of bail reform, but releasing homicide suspect without bail is outrageous. the pendulum has swung too far and it's our neighborhoods that endure the most crime. that's up for as a result. as far as when they will face the criminal system again in terms of a trial that has not been set. but again, it's very hard to see the police department and mayor sam liccardo agree on a lot of things. they clashed over, you know, vaccinations. they clashed over pay. but in this case they are unified front when it comes to these 2 gentlemen being released without bail back to you. >> thank you for that update. will. 10 is the time. and still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. we're going to talk about the terror at a michigan high school when a student opened fire. >> we'll have reaction from
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the kids, too. that's coming up. and another story that we're following just these broke into this restaurant and hadn't even opened yet. had a paper on the window. they had a party inside and trash place and now the owner doesn't know what they're going to do. >> and skies are nice and clear across most of the bay area, at least as that those looking a lot there than yesterday. once you have them join that's whete your fog's out right now 70's in some upper 70's for a few of us later on today which all have in your full forecast.
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going on now at kohl's. >> 13 is the time right now. and it doesn't feel that much, chris. now except for this except for the tree. tree little cute tree in my favorite thing about it is it's got the glitter. >> all over like there's frost on it. for us. we're seeing. that's what it is. some people to like the fake snow. but this one it looks like frost a little a little less messy ethics let tell you right tell you because we both like later, the glitter does get everywhere so larry thinks of but it is going to be just gorgeous. if you want to get out there and enjoy decorate do anything you want greats, decorating outdoors kind of okay. and the tree for a while. we're still going to be looking at nice weather this weekend. so just do whatever you want to mother nature is making it really easy to kind
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of keep your schedule free. do some errands today. do those travels. we've been seeing that for a while now and certainly no break in this pattern, at least for the rest of this week. your skies are beautiful. crystal clear, and that's the way we're seeing it near the bay and closer to the coastline. >> we do have fog further inland, but obviously no rainfall associated with that fog that stashed up well to our north as this high pressure ridge per system place keeping us a bit hazy at times, but also keeping conditions on the mild side and today especially is going to be on the warmer side of things today's daytime highs will be our warmest tomorrow. just a sunny and still a very mild day, but not reaching the hot is that we're likely to be seeing today. well, further cool just a few degrees on into friday and into the weekend ahead of us. back down into the 60's. that's where we're going to spend a lot of next week, too. as for today's daytime highs, upper 60's golden gate park mission in financial districts just below 70 degrees. we actually do have a few 70's right along the coastline to but are very
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warmest of spots will actually be the south bay with wind areas, especially like morgan hill nus gatos all the way up to 77 degrees today. weird on december. first to be talking temperatures just 3 degrees. shy of 80 oakland, you'll be at 72 conquered 68 while the napa sonoma out bill in vacaville, even layer right at 70 degrees today. now tomorrow is still mild one as well. also be the case on friday, the start of december is looking dry. aside from just a slight chance of a few showers that we can all keep our fingers crossed comes through monday night into tuesday morning. >> john, thank you for that are let's get a look at your traffic as you're traveling from the east bay into the city. a little under 11 minutes for your drive time there. the san mateo bridge at it across towards the peninsula. a little under 14 minutes to make that drive and let's get a look at the golden gate bridge as you're traveling from the north bay into the city. a little under 20 minutes. we'll have a weather and traffic now let's get back to the new age 16 and national headlines. 3 students
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are dead and 8 people are injured in a school shooting that happened in michigan and the gunman was a fellow classmate. police are trying to figure out a motive. but the student isn't talking kelsey kernstine has the details. >> 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 w%s 7 more rounds. >> panic inside a classroom at oxford high school 30 miles 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
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from her classroom. we didn't even know what's 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, 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 standing. my mom saying how she was
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afraid to to school, how their school shooting 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 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 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 actually what they're doing is the county where this a high school is located there trying to go over and talk to the students because as you could hear in this in the students reports there. they said that there were threats on social media. but the
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police said they heard nothing about that. so the point is to be able to know, you know what this happened, what went wrong with the student. but again, they're not hearing anything from the student. well, a federal court has upheld california's ban on high capacity magazines. the 9th circuit court. >> in san francisco called california's reasonable fit for the government's interest in reducing gun violence. well, 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 and they could appeal the case to the u.s. supreme court but have not said if they're going to do that or not. and coming up, president biden is getting ready to lay out his plan to fight the news very of covid-19. we'll have a look at that. >> once we get back from break. a 23 right now. the big
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story, president biden is going to lay out a new plan to fight the omicron variant of coronavirus. he's expected to outline the specific strategy tomorrow. the biden administration has already implemented a travel ban for 8 south african countries since the strain originated there. but it has already been detected in various places around the world. and that's why also the u.s. has immediately said that they are having a new there. are they at least considering a new
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requirement that international travelers from anywhere would have to test negative for covid. just one day before they arrive instead of 3 days. as for our expert doctor anthony fauci for the nation. he has his guidance. >> as with other variants, although partial immune escape may occur. vaccines and particularly boosters give a level of anybody that even with variants like delta give you a degree of protection, particularly against severe disease. >> as the researchers learn more about omicron and the threat that it poses then the cdc says they will be able to take better action to protect to protect us and prevent outbreaks. well, an fda panel of health advisors and they're really endorse merck's covid treatment pill. >> fda panel voted 1310 that the drug's benefits outweigh the risk, including potential birth defects if use during pregnancy. now the drug is designed to treat adults with
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mild to moderate covid-19 who face the greatest risk, including those with conditions such as obesity asthma. our old age. it still needs final approval from the fda and cdc before it can be used by the public. well, we've been talking about it as the omicron variant continues to spread across the globe. the ceo of moderna verdict. new vaccines will be needed. the moderna ceo believes the existing vaccines might not be as effective against omicron strand of covid. meanwhile, makers of the pfizer vaccine say they're confident the current shots are going to work now. doctors say the data is likely going to show vaccines will still be effective to some degree. we're much more as new data starts to come in over the next couple of weeks. and in the east bay, the city of oakland has announced they're going to extend the covid vaccine clinic through the end of the year that clinics open 7 days a week from 09:00am to 05:00pm at the frank ogawa plaza next to city hall. all 3
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covid vaccines are available as well as booster shots and covid testing no appointments are required. it's a 25 and the pandemic has led to a drop in enrollment at schools across california. according to the state officials, they testified in an oversight hearing. >> they say more students are missing. at least 10% of their studies this year. they say the attendance issues stem from an increase in covid cases, students sticking with remote learning and older students juggling family and work responsibilities. >> public schools additional. and charter public will tell you that experiencing issues around a tendon that they are concerned 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 california lawmakers say that funding shouldn't be an issue next year because they're projecting a budget surplus that will make 20 billion dollars available for education. it's a 26 and
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coming up in the crowd for more news. the u.s. supreme court is going or arguments. >> in a landmark case that could affect roe versus wade will take a closer look at it.
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and it is sunny and is so i i said there's no excuse for the honey do like now. like. but there's an excuse to go the gym. i can tell. hose. i don't know. i got stuff decorate. yeah. aaron's member. john, never. you couldn't go because they aren't there and so many of them on my say right now taking them care of have no excuses left. i do think i'm actually going to go to jog today person like 6 months. just be careful, please. i want to pull something. yeah. james pulled back. inward for anchor into in traffic. yeah, a. >> people muscle in the brain. if anything, actually probably not because forecast pretty easy. of sunny again. and it's going to stay that way for a bit longer ahead of us today is going to be our warmest of the forecast, though, with lots of sunshine helping temperatures rise into the
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upper 70's for a couple spots. los gatos in morgan hill. i'm looking at you on that one skies clear over the berkeley hills right now. and you can see that we do have some dense fog up into solano county in the central valley at times. this is drifted along highway 4 as well. 6.80, these corridors being affected by some lower visibility be mindful of that, especially around concord in the benicia radars. otherwise showing clear conditions for the rest of the bay and well, it's a range of 30's up in the north bay for a couple of spots to the 60's right along the coastline, santa rosa, you just work your way back up to 40 degrees after having been in the 30's this morning. overall, it's fairly mild. just don't forget the jackets for now won't for most spots later on right john, thanks for that. all right. let's get a look at your traffic here on this wednesday morning. >> 2 days away from the weekend. okay. as you're traveling from the east bay into the city. a little under 14 minutes for your drive time. they're not seen any major hot spots at this hour, headed across towards the peninsula. let's check out the san mateo bridge little under
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13 minutes traffic moving along pretty nicely. let's head over look at the golden gate bridge. a little under 20 minutes. we'll have more weather draft coming up. for now, let's go back to these top stories. stu that at 8.31 right now. one of the stories that we're covering as the u.s. supreme court hearing arguments in the biggest challenge to roe v wade at this point could unmanned air dismantle the whole abortion law. exactly. it centers on a mississippi law that bans the procedure after 15 weeks of pregnancy now, supporters of the measure asking the justices 2 in the constitutional right to abortion and opponents worry this could be the court to do for sarah stinson has been following this and watching the proceedings as they happen this morning. so what's going on right now. well, it's been intense, but rightly so this is historic. the supreme court is hearing these arguments challenging the landmark abortion case. roe v wade. >> the 1973 ruling is facing its most serious challenge in over 30 years. emotions are high on both sides. here is a
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look at whole life and pro choice supporters. you see signs on both sides of the of the of the issue and they got to the supreme court before the sun was even up. the justices will weigh whether to uphold a mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks. well before the current established point of viability at around 24 weeks. justice john roberts asked mississippi, why is 15 weeks enough now it's kind of a topic for a while going back and forth 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. oral argument started this morning with 3 liberal justices expressing fear that overturning roe could come off as political putting the court's legitimacy in danger.
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>> to under fire. in the absence of the most compelling reason. to re examine a watershed decision. would court's legitimacy. beyond any serious question. >> now the court could decide to uphold current president change the current standard or overturn roe entirely a ruling isn't expected to come down until late spring or early summer of next year. so some time before anything truly happens. but today's arguments not only are the historic they're going to be watched across the nation and we're watching them right here in the newsroom. so you don't have to. i know a lot of you are going to work. you got things you need to do, but we'll keep you updated along the way. for now back to daria. >> all right. thanks a lot, sarah. time now is a 34 and the grand opening of a new restaurant downtown san francisco is delayed because
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thieves broke into the business stole equipment stole furniture and threw huge party inside this restaurant that was so close to opening. it's called rahm and hiroshi and it was supposed to open later in like a couple of weeks and the co-owner daniel boma says the thieves broke into the restaurant 2 weeks ago on a saturday night. they went in there and you can see the paper on the windows so nobody could see what they were doing inside, but he could check because when i went in and he saw the place was a mass stuff was gone. and look at this mess left behind in fact, he can estimate how big he thinks the party was based on all the trash left behind. >> came in. >> i suspect at least 30 to 50 people remain in my face on the order. you're a sink handsome or that. >> you know, people of this city control of stuff like that. >> it's just horrible. in addition to that, by the way, they do have a surveillance camera system, but they stole that, too. so they don't have that to go on. and they're just looking at a delay in the
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opening this they can clean up and regroup and hopefully purchased the stuff they was stolen and they're thinking it will be definitely after this december 10th deadline that they were operating on before. hopefully they'll be able to do that. yeah. he over the north bay workers at a nonprofit in the nation. they're trying to replace items that were stolen by thieves stores rule at that solano county fairgrounds recently broken into. >> they stole thousands of what you're looking at right there. diapers, other hygiene products up along to the nonprofit food is free and they were meant for families in need this holiday season. and a spokesperson for the nonprofit says it is a huge loss. >> 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
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are really to make more money to be able to support themselves. so think about this. now what she's saying is all those people don't have divers and the people stole the stuff either. they have a fleet of babies that they personally need to put divers on are going to sell it. it is. and they want the money. you know, sad all the way around. >> so if you're watching this story and you fill impacted to do something about it. they are accepting monetary donations. we have that information for you over on our website. you can help them donate because his family, right. those do something positive about what is really negative story. so time now is 8.37 and the east bay family, friends and colleagues are preparing to honor the life and legacy of alameda county supervisor wilma chan who died last month. she was hit by a vehicle while she was crossing the street in alameda and the community wants to highlight all the good things she's done for the community, the program she's championed throughout her career a week from today. that's when they're going to have this event at the oakland museum of california garden to honor her. it's 8.37. and also
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today is world aids day and there are going to be events happening across the country and here in the bay area. we want to show you some of the things that you can participate. and if you would like to one of the events is in san francisco in the castro district, they're going to be holding a sidewalk chark our event honoring those who have died of aids and that happened at 9 o'clock this morning. so just about 20 minutes and then there's going to be event. also at the golden gate park and you can join in on that. if you want to look at the display of lights in the reading of the names that will happen there. that event starts at 4.30 this afternoon. >> well, still ahead of the kron 4 morning news, a warning from police in the east bay after a skimmer device was found at a bank of america atm will tell you about that. the son snapped the lawyers winning streak and fortunately hate. we're going break down what happened on the court. and with a lawyer stand this and with a lawyer stand this morning. we'll be right back. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby...don't say a word...
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8.41 in the east bay alameda police are reminding the community careful. when you use an atm. >> and this could happen. any atm. look at this. a skimmer device was discovered at the south shore center. bank of america and the police shared the photo in the circle, the area of where it is. the atm technician is the one who found a replica of the mirror and camera bar attach with that tiny pinhole, which is a camera in there. >> and he thinks that that device was installed maybe up to 4 weeks ago and it's gone
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undetected. so now alameda police are working with the bank of america, the reviewing security footage so they can try to figure out. and i see someone putting this here in a vice on how to get there. and then of course, if you're banking person and you are like uses atm. you might take a look at your bank statement or call the just say, is there any way they can get my info. also stay mayor lamar thorpe announced a plan to help the city's homeless. he is asking for $300,000 to pay for 15 rooms for those who live along the amtrak train tracks and this program would also provide medical services city council is going to vote on the plan. december 14th. it's 8.42. we'll be right back.
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>> 45 is time right now. and tomorrow big bear is going to open. >> they're gearing up the snow machines right now. wow. and a lot of power would have been us babers going open tomorrow and snow summit. they're both opening tomorrow season pass holders and then friday for the general public. but i said was having us are so this sierra they they're delaying their openings because not only have we not gotten any more some snow that started things, but it hasn't been close enough. so we were talking last week about how we
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all want to do some sort of a trip yeah. i'm thinking maybe we could do a trip to down a big bear. >> so don't go to tao. see, i just want to go to because the droplets. now, you know, i'm still hold out hope to get to a 2 day pass. john okay. when can i use giving today. i have no idea. filmmaking that. haha. yeah, it's it's not good right now for sure. it is definitely dry up there. almost looks like some are a bit right now. >> you do have the white caps there at the very top of the sierra nevada lakeshore and most of our resorts have not seen snow in a significant amount of time. good news is we have seen cold temperatures during the evening hours. and now for snowmaking to occur. the bad news is you've got the sunshine and warm days like today that are going to participate in some melt off and even a little bit of ice formation out there in some areas, bay area. obviously we're just missing out on the rainfall. you can see the green and the blue indicating
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rain and snow is well out of our region. well up into the northwest. so this high-pressure ridge continues to win out keeping us warm and now a little bit on the hazy side to you. notice that yesterday. you're going put this up again today too. now skies will remain nice. and sunny today. today is going to be our warmest of the forecast may not be a skiing or snowboarding kind of day, but it certainly will be maybe a jog around the neighborhood kind of day or at least putting up those holiday lights tomorrow will be right around the same as today. not quite as warm, though, friday cool things down a couple more degrees by the weekend ahead of us. most of us are back down into the 60's. 60's will remain in san francisco today although we're close is go to some 70's mission financial districts in golden gate park just below that 70 degree. mark upper 60's to low 70's at the coastline while looking at a lot of 70's elsewhere in the bay buater city at 72 in are very warmest of spots. we'll be los gatos and morgan hill each at 77 degrees today. fremont hayward all the way up
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through oakland berkeley and richmond each in the 70's. well, concord holding on to upper 60's as well. some surrounding areas across the north bay areas like novato in sandra fell at 68 degrees. now tomorrow's highs will still be mild as will be the case on friday, but you're noticing a slight downward trajectory here. that does take us back into the 60's solidly by the weekend, mid 60's by midweek next week and monday night is offering are slim chance of maybe a few showers rain. john, thank you for that. all right. let's get a look at the traffic on this wednesday traveling from the east bay into the city. a little under. >> 13 minutes for your drive time there. the san mateo bridge as you're heading across towards the peninsula. you can make that commute a little under 30 minutes. and we're leaving with a look at the golden gate bridge about 20 minutes heading from the north bay into the city have a little more weather coming up. for now, let's go back to the news. all right. let's talk about sports because the warriors to try, but their 7 game win streak was snapped by the sun's. exactly. look, they ran into the red-hot phoenix suns on the road in our sports
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director jason dumas has that for us. >> 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, the full show he had a career-high 16 points in the quarter. >> including 4, 3, pointers to he was just unconscious and so good. if 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 sun's up 6 bad pass by jordan poole macau bridges. the pride and joy of
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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. 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 co za. i didn't think i would be saying that this year warriors cut it to one later cp 3 to crowder. alternate veteran. he hits the 3 phoenix starting to pull away and here was the dagger hand down, man down landry shamet, a former 76 er. 104 to 96 the sun extend their win streak. the 17 point. check out the college kids one of the best college hoops programs of the younk season is right here in the bay. usf
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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 khaleel ship 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 gotten out 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 program. it feels different. i think it is different. we're taking a day, but really enjoy each having a fun 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 a great group to be around a great group to coach our
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staffs really enjoying it. and we're just taking day by day, looking for to, you 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. >> and we'll get another chance member. this friday and warriors are going to play at our house hope. cross my fingers 52. and we'll be back with more of it all. we want to mention we keep updating the lebron thing because you probably have heard that he tested positive for covid well, it is especially look, he used a mask. he got the vaccinations. he did all that stuff. but this can happen to anybody. and you got to go through the nba procedures. now, which is he can return to play. if you test negative. consecutively, 24 hours apart and then also if you go 10 days without symptoms. then after that he has to undergo a cardiac screening test and then can go back to the court. but he's already missed have to al of those things because of suspension and injuries. so they would like him back. and if you're anti you would not
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like him back. >> 52. but we'll be right back. either way.
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>> 55. and if you are adopting a new pet media name. how about covid because believe no, at not somebody on their
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pet covid that more people than when covid first started. as we look at the names and this is according to, according to rover dot com, bella luna max and charlie, those are good and they're still the top of the list. those are like, you know, just pet names. fauci has jumped in popularity, not mad at not. you know, i think a just okay. a great dog would be best name fauci because he's a 200, 70% up on that night. that's the percentage. but they're actually has also been a rise in people calling their pets covid. this is the kit know and the truth is, is john actually said, oh, yeah, i got a friend could that is they want to say covid come here. we've got cold. and then there's zoom siri and google. i'm not. i hate siri. i'm not naming my local little mind. okay, google. let's go for a walk and like that like that but that it take over and then nothing would go off or is
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that alexa that's exit as he all of our phones are about to go off with that are on the story. okay. 6, which before you go off. yes, this okay. you know, take a hit. i was i was i've been eyeing and i don't have any gifts or any decorations up yet, right. >> on the start, ok. you enjoy colony many, many presidents
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at know. >> good morning and thanks for waking up with us in the finest hour 9 o'clock when everything is sort of clicking. the sun is out. the traffic. isn't that bad. and john is handling both at the moment. good morning. good morning. got the blue ones today because that's what we're going to see as you look up at the skies. >> lots of blue out there as we see our warmest day of this forecast. and another sunny won at something that has not changed much over the course of the past couple weeks now. your view outside of the berkeley hills looks gorgeous. those a hazy conditions seen in the distance to a product of the high pressure ridge. that's not keeping us not just keeping us dry. also keeping air quality less than good. a dense fog advisory does remain in solano county. and we've seen visibility falling in areas like conquered highway for a 6.80. all these areas have been looking at lower visibility, specially out towards the central valley. so be mindful the further inland


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