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that's not yes, it is great weather to maybe take the dog outside for a little bit jackets on, though, because it's foggy and it is cool. the fog, of course, is not going to last. it has in the past few days. it is going to be a hazy afternoon, though, especially for inland areas. berkeley hills. it's a rough one can see much of anything right there. we're seeing a dense fog advisory yet again for solano county. but by no means is that the only spot looking at fog santa clara valley inland east bay, north bay, valleys and even some bayshore areas have been really foggy this morning. that's affecting visibility is rain has been keeping you updated on also having an impact on some of our roads of 40's and 50's for current temps will be let you know what we've got for the weekend. still to come, rain fog has an impact. yeah. what else are we dealing with. exactly. lot of fog out there along highway 80 as you're traveling through valais hone hercules along highway 4 benicia antioch. >> all those places hit by fog this morning. so we saw some delays. things are getting better. some improvement. there's people are leaving the house a little earlier
traveling into the city. finally friday light in the 9th hour here. a little under 10 minutes. we had an earlier accident that slowed us down. heading across towards the peninsula. you can make that commute a little under 14. and as you can see, visibility is low pretty gray along. there. richmond center fell as you're heading out of richmond, a little under 9 and in the south bay, no major delays. a little under 33 minutes heading from 85 to menlo park darya. james, back to you. all right. thanks a lot. right now. >> so to some breaking news this morning out of michigan. prosecutors have just announced that they have charged the parents of the accused school gunman, ethan crumbley. his parents now be charged with 4 counts of involuntary manslaughter. each. police say crumbley shot and killed 4 students at his high school earlier this week. so the parents now facing some responsibility through these charges. his father, the gunman's father. purchase. that gun just days before the shooting even probably has been charged as an adult with murder and terrorism. >> 9. '02, right now. and the
other big story this morning as president biden making another push to get americans their covid vaccines and booster shots because of the new. >> omicron variant. yeah. in fact, he laid out his administration's plan to do that. it's been detected as we know about 5 states so far across the country. the first case as you know by now was reported right here in the bay area in san francisco. let's take a look at the president's plan. there are several steps involved. >> including increasing booster outreach. opening new family vaccination clinics. increasing covid response teams and also making at home covid tests more readily available. and on top of that to he's also aiming to make the vaccine more available to the world at large. >> one thing his plan does not include. however, are more vaccine mandates. >> the plan. i'm announcing today's a plan. onr scientists and covid teams have recommended and while my existing federal vaccination requirements are being reviewed by the courts. this
plan does not expand or add to those mandates. a plan that all americans hopefully can rally around and it should be and should get bipartisan support in my humble opinion should unite us not continue to separate us. >> that just not make a vaccine mandates doesn't mean there are not the new mandate of any kind because there are there are new tougher restrictions on international travel yeah, those entering the country. >> as part of an effort to slow down the spread of the coronavirus and the new omicron variant, of course, airports are big focus sfo. one of them. and in addition to the new covid testing policy for a national travel. the president is also announcing that the mask mandate at airports and on public transportation. that's going to be extended to yell to what mid-march mid march and there are many reasons for this. >> i think getting it. this before playing in is a good idea. but 24 it's going to be a bit tight but not all countries. i quit so that
might be i love traveling. so as long as i'm vaccinated, i'll would and that site is vaccinated and everybody what a mask. i very comfortable seeing kind of see that people are just learning to live with the masks. we've been doing it for so long. >> but part of the travel restrictions also affect greatly south africa because that's where this variant originated. the u.s. has instituted travel ban against these south african nations. but as far as the other international travelers, they are allowed to come in with those new restrictions and they have to get that covid negative tests within one day of travel making it all the harder to get back to normal in the wake of this pandemic. in fact. >> we have google employees being told, you know, we thought maybe you could come back to the office next month. turns out. not noticed like i used to a e - lot of those google buses anymore. yeah. even though some of them can still go to the office if they like. they want to mingle. let's go to kron. four's will tran with more on that high will.
>> well, you can see the parking lot right behind me in a perfect world, they would be filled with cars. i mean, the campus is massive, but that's not going to happen for the immediate future because they're still working from home. they were set to return in a hybrid position. but still more cars and what you're seeing now, which is none. they were supposed to head back january 10th. but because of this latest variant, they're pushing that back and they can blame another variant for starting this whole process. and here's why. well, back in august they were set to return in september. but then the delta variant hit and they said no, we cannot return in september continue working at home be productive. but you can work from home until january 10th. well, now the world it's taken over by this new variant, which is, you know, more perplexing 50 mutations possibly. that they're saying don't come back. january. 10th it so bad genes area. they
have not given a new date. i mean, the first time they said january 10th the second time. this time they haven't done it yet. so they say it's a very fluid situation. the buildings are open about 90% of them are open in the united states for google. they're encouraging people to go inside reintroduce yourself to your co-workers.ebut as far as you are forced to come in here at least 3 times a day. that's not going to happen. work from home things are fluid, of course, to the point where we also have offices and other countries and they're saying for those offices. we will look at it on what pertains to you in your particular area. but in the u.s. not going to happen. continue eating cereal and then having gem us and not being even if you're not really paying attention to your calls. i'm being flippant. but you know, the idea that working from home know it's funny. you mention the syria will because the thing i would miss about if i worked at google about going to google is the free food.
>> the show. this they have bicycles sitting around there and it's like a lover and only will take the camera. pick it up. this is check this out. they have bicycles all over google. yeah. and it looks like laverne and shirley. they're not locked down. you can ride from building to building. that's how big this campuses. but you know what? those bicycles are not being written as well because. >> you're at home pretending to work week all right. thanks a lot. well. >> well, being at home, we'll give you more chances to get your covid booster shot because now you're going to have to get an appointment. they've getting got so much demand right now that they they're not offering walk-ups and a lot of locations say that even their appointments, they're not available until like early next year. but experts say getting that booster later than you'd like is fine as long you get your full vaccination ahead of it. those 2 shots from pfizer or moderna or the single shot from jay and jay, you are
still protected from the virus. even if you don't have the booster just yet rather than having fomo about people getting. >> and running for really even those 2 doses, you're really, really well and kind beast. i care the most about which is making you get really sick enough to go to the hospital and potentially die. >> yeah, in fact, they say that of the people who have tested positive for the omicron variant. that were fully vaccinated. but hadn't had their booster yet. well, they only experienced mild symptoms. so big fully-vaccinated goes a long way and a bay area. mom is urging pregnant women to get vaccinated after she didn't. >> and she ended up severely ill hospitalized with covid. now, right now she and her baby are healthy. as you can see them here together as a family. they're all recovered now. but at the time that she was pregnant. sarah is her name. she decided not to get the covid shot and then regretted it because she came down with covid and was hospitalized and her baby nio
me had to be delivered 7 weeks early via c section and now sarah and sutter health are spreading the word. >> i remember looking at the doctor and. i said please help me situation like mine can be prevented by getting vaccinated. tlere will be a lot of emotional healing. but we'll have to take place and makes me something that i know kind of a. stuck with that with the nurses make you that. i said that i will never take another deep breath for granted ever. >> and we think that placer county couple from share for sharing. you know, their message to all of you and all of us in the cdc and doctors say the same thing. they say the covid vaccine is safe for pregnant women and it's also safe and they're encouraging the booster shots for them as well. >> well, in the east bay, the oakland city council president is proposing a cash incentive now to try and entice
experienced officers to join the force as comes as oakland is taking what steps it can to address the violence that we've seen going up and up in the city. the proposal offera a $50,000 signing bonus to fill 60 vacant police officer positions. so the city in order to get this bonus. they want to hire seasoned quality officers that have already gone through police training. so this is not for new trainees. the proposal aims to cut down on 911. response times and increase police presence and also to improve the cease-fire program. >> we are in the public i'm seeing right now. it feels like every day we experience a new senseless tragedy. and at the same time are shrinking police force as it have the resources to adequately serve our community officers are already experience and ready to hit the streets as an active patrol officer. >> the officers who take up the offer would have to stay with the oakland police department for at least 5 years. otherwise they'll have
to pay back a prorated portion of that $50,000 bonus. we'll take a break. 9.11 is the time. still ahead, another car burglaries. san francisco. this one caught on camera. we're going to take a closer look at that surveillance video coming up. plus, lawmakers moving out of the state capitol building to make room for renovations. we'll tell you what they're doing and how much it's going to cost. taxpayers and if you live in the north bay. well, there's a new warning about your drinking water might be a little off. wait. tastes and smells will explain. >> and we are going to be seeing some foggy conditions for a few more hours this morning. even after that fog burns off and lives are still going to be in the midst of some haze, especially inland and a cooler one with highs only in the 60's. i've got your forecast. >> and we've been following the fog out there. it's been on our roadways impacting our traffic.
only from ritz. try cheesy, crispy ritz cheese crispers. >> 9.15 and if you live in the north bay and you thought this water tastes funny. it's not you. it's not just your house rain water says that it may have a different smell or taste because in response to the drought in moran. they have had to change their water sources to manage the water supply. and so. maybe they're getting from the farm because they describe it as having an earthy taste or maybe a smelly like a musty smell. but they say it's safe to drink. if you dare. yeah, it is safe to train just it's just deal.
want to win. you can get of the water for like, you know, i don't know of $0.50, those for you have one of will. i will >> now you just mark it as marine county earth water. that's right. and has that natural flavoring, the essence that essence of earth people pay more than $0.10 for little dirt. never is it is very foggy out there. the fog does urge as long as you're driving slow enough through it because that is exactly what you're going want to be doing just give yourself that extra time. so not rushing through what is our foggy this morning of the forecast so far. and that right there. we are looking at conditions today that are so gray out there and san jose as well as the santa clara valley as well as across the inland east bay and the north bay too. that's not going to last. the fog will burn off as we have been seeing. but the haze is going to stay with us. blame it on the high pressure, the dry weather, the haze, the fog that we've been seeing. it's all a product of that. ih's created the cap right
across the bay. it's about time this high-pressure bridge ridge broke apart. and that's exactly what we have in this forecast is a weakening high-pressure influence and that means next week. finally an opportunity of at least a system to pass across the area monday night into tuesday morning, maybe a sprinkle or 2. that's really all we're going to get later on in the week. the sierra nevada sees a better chance of some rain and snow mix towards thursday and friday. the bay area, nothing more than a couple of sprinkles here, too. it really is until the week after next that i'm anticipating something sizable enough to push through that could result in some good rainfall for the bay area. this is your outlook for next week and it's not looking too promising as i told you, just expect maybe a sprinkle or 2 monday night into tuesday, maybe an isolated shower or 2 into thursday and friday. we'll have to wait until a few days later, hopefully some more significant rainfall to finally make its way in 50's 60's for san francisco near the coastline. temperatures along the bay shore mostly in the 60's burlingame at 64
redwood city, palo alto and mountain view. also at 64 campbell just shy of 70. nobody's get into the 70's today and what a change from the past few days. first 2 days of december have been really warm today. we're feeling a lot more seasonable, which is where we need to be headed. so bring out the sweaters. the jackets, the scars all over again. if it's just been too warm for those the past few days. we do have that slight chance of sprinkles monday night and another chance of rainfall, very light. again. thursday into friday. arena. john, thanks for that. looking at your traffic on this friday. we do have an accident. just popped up this in hayward. >> southbound, 8.80, north of west a street. so we are seen just a slight slowing as you're traveling along there heading across towards the peninsula. you are seeing some fog in the distance. a little under 13 minutes for your drive time there. the bay bridge pretty light. a little under 11 minutes for you as you're traveling from the east bay in the city. and we talked about that fog. it's still there along highway 80, if
you're traveling duval ale hercules benicia and in antioch darya james, back to you. thank you. right. so happening tomorrow in the south bay. a toy drive will be getting under way for families in need. this holiday season. it is put together by thr santa clara county fire department. and this morning. >> we're talking about it to santa clara county fire captain justin stockman. good morning. good morning. great to be with both of you. all to be a for the kids younger than you. how many joys you hope to collect. >> we typically collect the toy drives. i've been involved in the past and absolutely incredible to see that outpouring of support from the community. so. >> and every year you guys do this every year and what do you prefer deeper people to bring the toys. should they be wrapped like what? what what? what's what's what are the guidelines. >> so we're really asking for new unwrapped you know, certainly because of covid, but because of other
considerations we didn't need them to be. do we need that to be unwrapped and like toys. i mean, a diverse array items. i mean, books stuffed animal sports equipment, gift you know, we really try to set this up to be very, very easy for the community. we're doing it 2 days. we're doing it saturday. a december 4th and sunday december 5th. we've got 3 separate locations here in the south bay. one, campbell want 13. oh, and one in los altos hills. look at the open from 10:00am to 04:00pm and again, we're trying to make as easy as possible. these are drive through contact. this toy drives. so all people have to do is show up. we're happy to help unload their vehicle. i'm happy. you know, we're we're just happy meet with the community a little bit. it's been it's been a hard 2 years for us to and this is one of the few outlets we still have find that opportunity for kindness in connection with in the community the continued pandemic. well, i've still seeing you guys in your big group shopping at safeway. so
i know haha. i love how they'll shop in a group that, you know, if we did, if we give you money, will you go out as a group and by the choice to are now. >> we won't accept money, but we will accept gift okay. and. >> to be clear, we we partner with to nonprofits here in santa clara county. we partner with campbell to a program and hopes for a mountain so we'll definitely take those gift cards, though, go direct to those charities. and i just want to point out that you know. your generosity for this toy drive really goes a very long way. i mean, when else can you almost guarantee that a 100% of your donation is going to people in need. will. we collect toys. they're just going to kids that need how do you get up there. do you take the truck and in the truck or how do you get them to the kids. >> well, so again, we we partner with charities for distribution to make sure that they're getting to the most in need. so we do the collection in the mid well, what about it with our duties or do do at least to the neighborhood. drive kuz. >> in my neighborhood. they do santa drive with the trucks.
you guys do that. >> yeah. will be participating with the campbell community 20 program it sounds like this weekend potentially next weekend to have a fire truck. a sporting santa along with campbell pde to the yes, that they do come by a thank you so much for joining us this morning. and let's hope that everybody gets out there and yeah, it gets those toes donated for the kids to feed them. we'll see later, they tried stop the holiday, ok, 9.22 will be right back. ebenezer. ebenezer. marley? first you will see the past. excuse me! coming through! ugh! and then...the present.
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crowded in cloud. this wouldn't be the day now, unfortunately, there's always there's always another hiking up mount 10 plus, you're back anything else that is really pretty up there right now. though, that's about the only spot you're getting almost worth the drive just to get up there. if you need to move the left because guess what, the rest of us are looking at. >> this and this view that you're about to see in the berkeley hills, which is not too pretty either. it's the low gray, the fog. that is back with us. a dense fog advisory like we've seen the past few days for solano county. but that is not the only spot we're seeing this fog. it's also been persistent for the santa clara valley inland east bay on the north bay too. it is starting to lift for a lot of these spots. so you have had improved visibility that will continue and we will be looking at sunshine throughout the bay area later today. i'll be a kind of hazy sunshine, especially inland 40's 50's. right now. it's been a mild start get those jackets on.
it's about to be a cooler forecast ahead of us. and i got the details still to john, thanks for that. tracking an accident. this is in hayward, 8.80, southbound north and west a street. >> so we are seeing just a slight delay as you're traveling there traveling across towards the peninsula. steel visibility is pretty low for us a little under 15 minutes. so no major delays because of that traveling into the city from the east. a little under 13 minutes along the bay bridge we had earlier accidents there. those since been clear metering lights turned off fog along 80 traveling to hercules along benicia out here in antioch as well. and in the south bay. let's check on conditions. there. 85 to menlo park along one o one a little under 30 minutes. 2 3785 an 82 all pretty nice and light for a starter. james, back to you. thank you, ray. 9.31 and today california attorney general rob bonta is going announce an update to a retail yeah. and this comes as there was another smash-and-grab robbery. >> in san jose kron fours
camila barco in the newsroom to explain all of this camila. >> good morning, guys. yeah. the state attorney general is expected to talk about one of the smash and grabs. he'll be in san mateo county today and he's going to give new information on a major organized retail theft case. now a fun happening consistently and less than 24 hours ago, officers responded to another smash-and-grab. now, this time thieves got away with several pieces of happened at the eastridge mall just before 03:00pm yesterday for people wearing masks rushed inside the quick service in jewelry design store and they began to smash the display cases with hammers. the thieves who ran away with the stolen jewelry before police arrived. but in valais how another group of crooks didn't leave with anything. take a look at this surveillance cameras caught the people in the act. several thieves broke into this cannabis dispensary it's the u.s. bloom incorporated. you can see them trying to break
the windows. but the didn't make it past the lobbies. they tried. >> taking down the doors. but the left handed before police got there. how the company it's offering $25,000 to anyone with information that leads to an arrest. >> last month. the san mateo district attorney joined forces with other bay area. prosecutors. and that is to combat the recent increase in smash and grabs today the da, the san mateo sheriff's office and the state attorney general. we'll be announcing new information. no major retail. theft case. now that's happening at one this afternoon. you can stay with us online and on air as we get more information. back to you guys. >> all right. thank you very much. camila. >> and as you know, there are so many smash-and-grabs and retail says that in san francisco, you're going to notice a police presence in union square. maybe more than you seen before. and, you know, for all form is also stores doing different things.
some stores and high-end stores have done this for a while like the best year. but you'll see more and more of a lock the doors and they say you have to point to come in or they limit the number of customers and is not of covid. it's because of criminals that they're doing that and some of the more expensive high-end department stores are using their own money to purchase their own extra security. >> during this unprecedented time to beef up our security and provide a safe place for our customers and our employees. it is a cost that is not sustainable. long term for our business or for any business. >> so, you know, they're saying that they're doing it now because what else can they do. they're waiting, though, from work a longer term, better solution to this, which they say is more policing. and san francisco police are making progress. they've arrested 5 people as part of a car break in an armed robbery. or just a number of them that may or may not be connected. one suspect was 15 years old.
and like i said, there were 5 and they do think that there are about a half a dozen car burglaries in the city that these people are responsible for 2 people were found casing vehicles in the area. fulton and lyon streets. they were arrested and then 3 others were arrested after they were actually seen breaking into cars in a parking lot near bay in kearny streets and you can see the police found weapons too. ghost guns were recovered. the 5 suspects now face multiple felony charges. >> and here's another example of the crime were talking about new video of another smash-and-grab in san francisco's chinatown neighborhood. this is actually footage shot by one of our viewers and shows a person you can see there shining a light into that blue car. many smashes out the back window and pulls out several items. and that's when he jumps into the waiting getaway car here off to the side. so at this point we know this was a grant washington street. but police don't know much more than that. not even sure exactly what was stolen just yet. but san francisco police. they haven't officially commented on this. but they sure would
like information. maybe you recognize the vehicle. the person involved, give them a call if you have anything that would help with that investigation in the east bay was the opposite story a woman is frustrated by the lack of help from the police after she was a victim of a smash-and-grab robbery in oakland. this is actually cell phone video showing the crime last month's right near lake merritt. the woman says she tried to file a police report even provide this even provided this video that was shot by a witness. but she says her efforts have gone nowhere. she hasn't heard back from them and she's worried that these thieves are going to continue breaking into more cars or maybe even commit more serious crimes. >> it's kind of scary to see. they don't even respond, especially when you have a video clip. >> and that they have some kind of evidence to go after that. >> you know, maybe they will find another crime that happened by these people. when they just brush that under the carpet and not caring. this is not going to give me any sense of security honestly to go in that any more.
>> so kron 4 reached out to oakland police about this case so far. we haven't heard back. it's unclear if possible. staffing shortages with opd is leading to the backup for the slowdown in solving some of these nonviolent property crimes. we'll stay on the story. >> new this morning. the fatal police shooting of sean monterrosa in vallejo is deemed not reasonable. according to a new independent report released by the police department in june of 2020. monterrosa was fatally shot by an officer responding to a report of looting at walgreens monterrosa did not have a gun. he did have a hammer when he was shot by the independent investigation found that the officer's decision to use deadly force in this case was not object objectively reasonable. the report found the officer used poor tactics to de-escalate the situation. and now that officer may face disciplinary action for violating the vallejo police department's policies.
>> we'll take a break here at 9.37, coming up next on the kron 4 morning news the warriors they're going to be facing the phoenix suns tonight after losing to them on the road earlier in the week. we'll tell you how the players say they're hoping bounce back with a win and how a couple of the north bank are helping out families who can't afford christmas trees this year will have their inspirational story in just a minute and we are starting to see visibility improving. but that doesn't mean it's much brighter out there for most of us just yet. still pretty gray. start like you're seeing at sfo this morning. >> later on today. just some cooler hazy conditions with highs in the 60's. i've got your forecast. >> and just like john mention with that visibility improving out there on our highways for not seen the congestion we were seen at the earlier part of the morning. but we still do have
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>> 9.41 right now. and in the north bay, this couple is spreading christmas cheer by giving away free christmas trees last year. jesse and tory crowther and sonoma county decided to start their tradition and they gave away less than a dozen trees. but this year they've expanded and they're planning on giving away a 1000 with the help of volunteers. they have a nonprofit now it's called operation christmas tree and they give away trees and they deliver them with, you know, ornaments and decorations as well. >> people are home more than ever. >> we just felt like, you
know, we were so happy when you put up our tree and you want everybody else to feel that way and we didn't want anyone to go without just because they couldn't afford it. so yeah, we're just you know, we love christmas and we want. i know. and and we want to, you know, really share what christmas is all about. and that is about giving. >> it's just fantastic the way it's grown. i love operation christmas tree. and if you want to find out about it. you need a tree. you know somebody and you have to be in sonoma county to participate, go to kron. 4 dot com. we've got all the info. it's 9.42. we'll be right back.
what makes salonpas arthritis gel so good for arthritis pain? salonpas contains the most prescribed topical pain relief ingredient. it's clinically proven, reduces inflammation and comes in original prescription strength. salonpas. it's good medicine. >> 45 right now and we're checking out. the weather is going to be a great weekend to get out and do things if you are lucky enough to have a tree. >> or want it's a great weekend to decorate first weekend of december. it's a little late. if you don't have a menorah haha. all the candles are going to be gone. a little behind by the time you catch late. >> today and his are and it started on sunday night. so honestly, though, on in my family, sometimes it's so early. like it was early this
year. right. and the sunday after thanksgiving one day it was the next after thanksgiving remember that. so we say, listen, this doesn't work for us. you guys. and we also when would you like to celebrate hanukkah okay. lets you call it a day. sure. we do that, you know, december 23rd or january 1st, 2 of yeah. anytime you like to be tied to these conventions. who needs a specific that allies are celebrating. i know that's the way my family with the just like who knows when you're actually going to sell a product people. you realize all to the we we invented eights. i don't think that god made dates, right. we do the same thing with thanksgiving we oftentimes will celebrate a couple days later with the family can that's when we can all get together. >> it works works. and just as long as you're prepared. we've got a couple more weeks for that unless it's and that in case you've got to get going. we are looking at conditions this morning that may make you want to go in a little earlier. if you got to head out on the roads. visibility is improving. but there are still some pockets out there that are really poor as far as. >> what you're seeing this is
your view at san jose right now the very great conditions overhead can't miss it. you are starting to have improved visibility in the south bay inland, east bay as well as the north bay. but the skies are certainly still grade. you can see those pockets out there that are definitely that way. once you head above this inversion. that's where all the sunshine is high pressure is creating a cap right across the bay. so it's actually cooler at lower elevations. we're reaching dew point and that fog is forming. once that burns off. we are going to be seeing hazy conditions into the afternoon for the same inland spots. now high pressure is going to loosen its grip on us. but it's going to take a minute and it's a gradual change of pace monday night into tuesday morning. a couple sprinkles are possible. nothing more than a sprinkle or 2 late next week thursday into friday could see a couple more areas of light rainfall mostly concentrated up into the sierra nevada, though, and some snow up in those higher elevations of the sierra. this is a nice change of pace that actually sets us up for a greater chance of rainfall. not next week. but the week
after is so keep your fingers crossed that as we work our way through that system does not lose its team as for next week, we're not really tapping into a whole lot here. you can see maybe a trace of rainfall. a couple of pockets of light showers next week is just a week of change out of the dry and hot weather into a cooler and less steady pattern and a little more unsettled, 50's and 60's for your highs near the coast. pretty solid 60's elsewhere. no 70's left in this forecast. san carlos at 66 the closest to 70's. campbell at 68 degrees east bay temperatures, mid 60's with fremont at 65 oakland at 62 north bay temperatures anywhere from the low 60's to mid 60's until you get to the coast where you'll find some 50's tomorrow's highs a little cooler than today's another foggy morning tomorrow followed by some hazy sunshine sunday will be the warmest of the weekend, but no 70's. still, we get even cooler next week with those isolated chances of sprinkles reyna.
hello, john, thanks for cave. still be mindful. there's fog out there on your friday morning commute. so. >> allay along a 2 hercules in antioch as you're traveling and driving traveling into the city right now. a little under 15 minutes. the metering lights are off. we had some earlier accidents on the bay bridge at the earlier start of the morning. those have since been clear headed across towards the peninsula a little under 14 minutes. but as you can see, visibility is low as you're traveling there. richmond across towards center fell a little under 8 minutes as you're driving and the golden gate bridge about 20 minutes. 37 to the tolls. south bay. no major delays 85 to menlo park a little under 30 minutes. all right, james, back to you. i just thought of something entertaining about the worse. what if they too were like, you know, these dates and times. >> manmade they would look like today. not good for real. >> now phoenix is already in town his due a center. yeah, we better show up. plus you got a nice game this right you
because you care. you're be watching that will be promoting that here in a second. kron 4 sports director jason dumas says a preview at least if the warriors game. a couple of the headlines too. >> the dubs were back in the lab prepping for a rematch. >> but the phoenix suns, the suns snapped, the dup 7 game win streak on tuesday night in phoenix. >> they forced 23 warriors turnovers and it was the most rattled that i've seen golden state all season long, but we can't forget it. this is a son team that was in the nba finals last year. the western conference by that standard runs through phoenix. that's probably what dream on it telling these young son right there. but either way the dubs know how good phoenix are and they're still working to get to that point. >> and i it's kind of too early to put, you know, enable you know, we're we're, you know, still trying to continue to find ourself. and you know, you guys have to give the suns credit. they wrote that almost the whole team and they they were in the finals last year.
so, you know, for us, it's just about continuing to grow continue to focus on us and what we can do to be every game i'm definitely on a. >> sharks against the islanders in the brand-new ubs arena in strong island. first period nick bonino taps it in for san jose. we've got a tie game let's go to overtime. timo meier young stud. his shot is off. but erik karlsson plays cleanup duty lights. the lamp sharks win. they will head east over the river over the bridge to manhattan to play in the world's most famous arena, madison square garden. new york rangers next. >> saint mary's visiting utah state in logan. 2nd half. alex do case 2 of his 13 points and i finished with the left on the opposite side. it's a tie game. all right. a couple seconds left utah state trying to tie it. a shot is off the mark saint mary's crowds and
the rebound and do case gets back out. boy, 6 seconds left. he tied it up. all right. now utah state has one last chance to go for a clock runs out. utah state coach was kind of ticked off. he wanted some more time on the clock. guess what, buddy? 60 to 58 years while off the gaels are now 8, one they play colorado state on saturday. 2 hosp of billion. cal posting oregon state. 2nd half jordan shepherd. he had 25 8. he wants to. how about andre kelly? sky really, really strong as he showed right there. 14 points 13 rebounds for double double of the season. they win 73 to 61 to 3
in for a visit utah on sunday. and we cannot forget the cali 80's they host of fresno state. they jumped out to a big lead, 15 to 5. thanks to plays like that from leon e mackintosh 7 points in the first for her. jasmine green. she's pretty hot. all games hit a couple of threes to keep the bears with infighting distance in the 3rd and 15 seconds left. michelle that's that ultimately the game winning shot. they win. 7372 6 in one on the young season. all righty that you look at sports. >> all right. so that game if the warriors choose to go and it's tonight 7 o'clock at chase center. and it's up to coach her if he wants to if he could or he can say what is
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