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nice outside yesterday. so john, are we going to stay in this round of war and in december, which is a little little yeah. i'm not complaining. it's odd enough that it broke some temperature records yesterday. >> we were looking at well into the 70's for your daytime highs for your tuesday today. we are for your wednesday today is and today we are going to be looking at temperatures still warm but not quite as warm as they were yesterday. a outside to show clear skies towards the coastline. but it is another foggy morning inland yet again. we go back into some dense fog advisories for solano county out into the central valley. very dense fog in similar areas as to what we saw yesterday. now skies are going to remain dry today. and for the most part, we're pretty clear out there, but those inland areas, especially is where you're looking at the foggy impact as well. some of our cooler temperatures 40's inland 30's up in petaluma well 50's and even some low 60's out towards the
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coastline. rain. thank you. >> all right, john, thanks for that. let's look at the traffic this morning, traveling from the east bay into the city. a little under 10 minutes for your drive time there. the san mateo bridge and across towards the peninsula a little under 13 minutes to make that commute. the san mateo bridge as you're traveling there see no major delays along the richmond center fell bridge a little under 9 as you head out of richmond and the golden gate about 20 minutes from the north bay into the city. well over the east bay, the walnut creek city council has approved spending 2 million dollars in federal funding from the american rescue plan to at a new 5 person. police teen dedicated patrolling the downtown area. now the move is in response to the recent smash-and-grab robberies at the nordstrom store and broadway plaza. officials say 9 people ransacked that store stealing more than a $125,000 and merchandise there. targeting people is agree jus. >> and particularly on acceptable. we need to arrest
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charge and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law. >> well, in addition to extra staff and overtime for officers. the resolution will also help fund more security cameras, a drone. now 3 people have been arrested in connection to the robberies in or storms. and police chief says he expects more, unfortunately in the coming weeks. the salvation army says recent retail thefts are having a domino effect on donations this holiday season. well, the branch in costa conduct cup contra costa county says the fewer donations are passing through the red kettles compared to this time in previous years. the dow nearly $30,000. the salvation army also doesn't have enough volunteers and the retail thefts are putting bell ringers in harm's way. >> it's an effect it up because, you know, we have a building out by the mice. he's in walnut creek, which is just adjacent to the nordstrom. why off to that coin happened. that big con. the mo was pretty coy. fortunately and this a lot more police presence there now. but yeah,
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it's shocking and sad. >> because of safety concerns. bell ringers are instructed to stand closer to the entrance of the doors at stores. well, the city of san jose is installing license plate readers to try and curb smash-and-grab robberies. the city council agreed tuesday to spend 250 $1000 in federal relief funds to lease new license plate, reading cameras over the next month. the city council is going to have to decide whether those cameras are going to be stationary or mobile to monitor different hotspots. a disturbing sight in san francisco's castro district. someone vandalize the memorial to former city supervisor harvey milk and former mayor george moscone e now you can see the damage. someone spray painted over their faces. california democratic party. vice chair david compost tweeted out the photos last night. he said this is happening in the heart of the lgbt community in reminds us that hatred is still alive. even in san francisco. a very tearful alec
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baldwin says he never pulled the trigger in that fatal shooting of cinematographer halyna hutchins he claims the gun just went off. >> it wasn't in the script for that trigger pull. the trigger was applied in pulled the trigger so you never pulled the trigger i would never pointed the port river. never. did you think. i did a real bullet idea. >> in his first lengthy interview since the shooting ball when wept as he told abc's george stephanopoulos that the gun fired on its own after he picked it up. the interview comes as investigators now believe a home, a bullet supplied by a new mexico armor may have made its way on said into baldwin's pistol. the new warrant authorized a search of an albuquerque prop house, which was higher to supply the filmmakers with guns is well as dummy rounds and blanks. well, another tragic story. beverly hills. police say
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jacqueline avant the wife of music legend clarence avant was fatally shot and an apparent home invasion. officers arrived at the home around 2.30 wednesday morning to find the 81 year-old woman suffering from a gunshot wound. well, was taken to a local hospital where she later died. police say nothing was stolen from the house. no one else was injured. still no word on a motive, but the killing has left neighbors in the area on edge. >> there has been a lot of break ins, but this is so scary. my god. god bless her soul. >> jacqueline of all. it was a renowned philanthropist in los angeles. her husband clarence avant is known as the godfather of black music and was recently inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. her death is drawing reaction from members of congress magic johnson former president bill clinton. they left for school in the morning and they never came home teenagers who have
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their entire lives ahead of them. gunned down in a senseless school shooting a football star and artists are rising. basketball star a co-captain of the bowling team remembrance is pouring in for 4 teenagers who shahbazi has more. >> we didn't quite we came back. we're trying work every day we trust each other. we all love each other. it was 16 year-old bar city football player and honor student tate meyer who reportedly tackled the shooter, giving his life to save others. a fellow student saying meyer was killed while trying to disarm the shooter, take died on the way to the hospital in the back of a squad car. his football team tweeting this tribute. tate was a great young man. with a bright future and beloved by all you will be missed hate agree with right now. petitions are circulating to rename oxford's wildcat football stadium tate meyer stadium already nearly 80,000 people have signed the online petition. 17 year-old
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madison baldwin was a talented artist who loved to draw read and write. she's already been accepted to multiple colleges who will never see those talents and ambitions. the youngest victim. 14 year-old hahn a seat giuliana remembered for her passion for basketball. the school's girls team sending this tribute. we will never forget your kind heart silly personality and passion for the game since 6th grade camp us stay dedicated to oxford basketball soaking in the game. the season we will play for you hannah. and 17 year-old justin showing was co-captain of the school's bowling team and worked at a local restaurant who posted this today after learning he had been killed in school justin was an exemplary employee, a devoted friend and co-worker co captain of his bowling team and simply a pleasure to be around. our thoughts are with his family and friends at this difficult time. oxford, michigan is a tight knit community of 3500
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people. >> at a candlelight vigil. they cried and consoled one another. we're all in this together. we're not alone. >> we're going to get through it together. their grief crushing a community robbed a for young people. full of hopes and dreams. >> before they even graduated high school we are a strong community that will. >> hold together. this is by far the biggest tragedy that's that's ever happened here. >> well, that was rudabeh shahbazi reporting 3 other students have been released from the hospital but 3 others remain hospitalized. 2 of them in critical condition. >> well, in new york city, 6 people were injured and dozens of others have been displaced after a powerful explosion destroyed a house early wednesday morning sparking a huge fire in a brooklyn neighborhood. several residents say they complain about a gas leak on tuesday afternoon, but their warnings were allegedly ignored. fire officials say a faulty boiler connected to a gas line appears to have caused that
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explosion. that investigation is still ongoing. >> opportunity and success in georgia should be determined by your zip code background for access to power. >> stacey abrams, the georgia democrat again national attention as a voting rights advocate announcing she's going to run again for governor next year. abrams rose to prominence when she narrowly lost to the governor's race in 2018 if she's successful this time abrams will become the first black governor of georgia and the first black woman to serve as governor of any state and her announcement video abrams touted the work she's done during the pandemic, including expanding access to covid vaccines. at the nation's capitol. lawmakers are pushing their plans to regulate social media companies by limiting their protections of free speech, reshad hudson reports on where democrats and republicans agree in where they're still at >> facebook whistleblower
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frances haugen is once again slamming her former employer and calling on congress to hold big tech accountable. the company's leadership knows how to make facebook and instagram safer. haugen says instagram is more harmful to teenage girls than any other social media tiktok is about performance and doing things with your friends. >> snapchat is largely about augmented reality and faces but instagram is about bodies and social comparison. lawmakers on the committee want to make major reforms to section 2.30, which currently protects tech companies from liability for what users post on their platforms. pennsylvania congressman mike doyle says big tech companies are abusing that power. these platforms don't want to be held accountable. >> the user suffering harm deserve better from us and we will act democrats want social media companies to better regulate user created content. but washington congresswoman cathy mcmorris rodgers is worried those efforts could silence conservative voices.
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>> rather than censor and silence speech. the answer should be more speech. that's the american way. big tech should not be the arbiters of truth. social media company say they support new regulations. but worry the current proposals will hurt their business model reporting in washington reshad hudson. >> coming up next to the kron 4 morning news the forty-niners put up for another big game this sunday in seattle, sports director jason dumas us. >> has coached shanahan's thoughts on the seahawks. that's coming up we get back.
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>> welcome back to the kron 4 morning news the time now for 44 a and on this december. 2nd and next thing you know, we're going to look up in december will have flown by. that's the way it seems are. that's the way it's yeah. i mean, this year. >> flew by fast. this isn't right this not waking up. it is you're going to sleep last night around 5. oh 01:00pm from berkeley hills was nice and 5 along the 5 a one-act lee and mother nature was saying aren't night. it's going to get dark. now of it is definitely a nice way to start the morning. but that was a really nice way to end what was such a warm afternoon. beautiful. sunny skies across the bay and temperatures yesterday breaking records for many areas climbing well into the 70's for many spots across the
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bay now radar right now shows you some conditions out there that still do remain clear for most of us fog is back for inland valleys, especially out towards the central valley. we're also in the midst of just a warm pattern as this high pressure remains in place. so fog will burn off for those inland areas, then it's back to the sunshine. we go back to the 70's we go, although not as warm as yesterday. tomorrow is going to be a little cooler yet as will be the weekend and next week. gradually getting cooler and cooler ahead of us. now today's daytime highs in the 60's with near 70 degree highs in many neighborhoods of san francisco through daly city as well. temperatures right along the bayshore pretty solidly in the 70's burlingame at 71 saying carlos at 73 mountain view at 72 and san jose, one of our warmer areas at 74 degrees. east bay temperatures, solid 70's a few 60's mixed in there like in oakland, richmond, conquered and as well as further inland in areas like antioch at 66 degrees today. it's actually
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one of our cooler numbers on the map today. now tomorrow's temperatures cooler than today's and we further cooldown into next week, especially towards the middle of next week does look like. we finally have a pattern change. will this bring significant rainfall. that remains to be seen. we do have a chance of sprinkles monday night into tuesday morning and a better chance of rain looking likely towards the end of next week. rain. john, thanks for that. all right. let's go look at your traffic this morning as you're traveling from the east bay into the city. >> a little under 2 minutes for your drive time. the air to make it to that freeman street exit san mateo bridge across towards the peninsula. a little under 15 there, one weather and traffic coming up for now, let's head over to sports and the san francisco forty-niners are gearing up for a big game this weekend against the seattle seahawks kron 4 sports director jason dumas has the details. >> the forty-niners were back at work prepping for yet another big game this sunday. they'll head to the pacific northwest to take on the seahawks seattle made some news when they sign 36 year-old running back adrian
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peterson in an effort to sure up their backfield, which is without its starter and 2 key backups. it's been a tough season for the seahawks. they're just 3 nate. and in last place in the nfc west. but despite all the struggles kyle shanahan jimmy g they know they can't let their guard down, especially against a quarterback as good as russell wilson. >> people go through it. you know, especially when your quarterback misses some time. i'm different guys in there takes a lot of good that continuity, but even though they on monday night. just like typical seattle fashion. you saw how they almost won the game. 2. got the better of us is last couple times. so it will be good challenge for us. >> now going into there. home turf. it's going to be awesome by. we know that. >> whatever the records are. but i know we're we're a fort. >> moreau catholic high school basketball coaches and players are honoring an alum who died in a car crash earlier this
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year. the inaugural oscar frayer invitational will be held at the school this weekend. oscar led the mariners to section championships in 2014 2016 and a state runner-up finish in 2014 he was one of the top players in the bay area during his high school years and help build more roads winning tradition after played his college ball at grand canyon university and led them to their first ncaa tournament appearance just days before his death this saturday teams from all over the east bay will come tomorrow. catholics to compete and keep oscars legacy alive. former teammates are flying in from all over the country and his mom will be honored before the final game of the tournament. all of the money and from this event will go to fund named after him when he was scholarship. >> and all his buddies played with him are flying in for the event so they could be years to finish just like to ask are going to 90 here and he's
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really helping people steal. and he just goes to, you know, the kind of person he was one of a person. you know, very humble for as good as he was. it was all about helping other so i mean, he's still doing some time allow my due to do you we're not in me. >> i remember that tragedy like it was yesterday. good for the school and his family and friends for getting together and honoring him. >> well. many find the holidays enjoys time spent with family and loved ones. but it could also be a time filled with stress. often those 2 things unfortunately go hand in hand around this time of the year. that's why doctors are urging you to watch your mental health as we navigate the 2021 holiday season. fort sanders has more on that. >> a lot of them in diet write because of that haitian 2 by 2 could product to get did billions of dollars are expected to be spent this holiday season on toys clothes, handbags. cars, you
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name it. now doctors are making sure people are aware that although these times proved happy for many that may not be the case for everyone, including loved ones around you holiday are certainly historically introduced me a joyful but they can in theory. it very differently by each individual the commercialization of holiday, the in the traveling and things that we can easily be influenced by those things which we bring us joy, which can call up our emotion by row, sometime during the doctor wanted. crumb is a licensed clinical mental health counselor. she says it doesn't have to do with just purchasing gifts. loneliness. the company that we've definitely increase over the some plant that makes reflecting on. wow. i would be able to see my mom or see grandma last holiday and i wanted to do that and remember the from covid. and so you may be wondering how can i help those around me who may be strugoling during these times.
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well, it could be something simple. like going on a walk helping them eat better. if that's the case or even pulling out a board game. yes, a board game some things that we at council and board games. they are not a thing of the past. they i think of the current she notes that really it comes down to making sure you stay in touch showing you care even during these busy months. make sure that you're reaching out to people that that may need that extra may need that positive sheer in their lap. get more quick phone company e-mail mail. >> well, that was fort sanders reporting for us. experts say the commercialization the holidays can put a lot of stress on people. doctors say it helps to just focus on just being with those you love and the ones that make you happy and making sure everyone is comfortable with your holiday traditions. we'll be right back after the break.
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low 60's. that's where we're going to be later on today. a lot of 60's at the coastline. inland areas will range from the upper 60's to low 70's. again, not quite as warm as we were yesterday you can see daytime highs on the map. still warm considering it's december with a lot of us back into the 70's, but likely not near as many records broken come this afternoon. >> reyea john, thanks for that. all right. look, if you're trying to outdo clark griswald in national lampoon's christmas vacation this year with your all christmas light display this. something you should keep in mind the faa is issuing a warning to nyone setting up a laser light display for christmas because the agency says you must make sure to point all of those lights at your home, not towards the sky, not only can the lasers distracted potentially blind pilots flying overhead. this is also considered a federal crime don't want to to jail first time offenders are going to be warning after that could net you up to a fine of about $11,000 or up to 5 years in jail just not work. that just
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news far. >> 4.59 is out really 5. yes. so we're getting a jump on. that's right. get index. don't shop. yesterday because might went out it we were talking happens. when you like you like this, the silliest thing, the dumbest things. yeah. and that this was me being dumb. i tried to take our steps to a time in the house and on the 3rd. it just didn't. and i went down it. but after a day of rest and walking around. all asked the producers give you extra time hit. don't don't get this jump out. jump out of my i've done that before. of all right, he's not going to the weather center. and i were talking about going exercising overdoing it or not. yeah, but you do. we felt bad for yesterbe


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