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>> he didn't deserve this. he the tire. he was just. looking to stay busy. you know, we just wish you can come home. >> a plea for justice. kevin apissued his family speaks out for the first time since the murder of their husband and father. plus a new independent report is finding the deadly shooting of sean monterrosa was not reasonable. what this could now mean for the police officer who pulled the trigger. and a major retail theft bust right here in the bay area over 8 million dollars in goods found that was stolen and several people are now under arrest. kron 4 news at 3 starts right now.
from the area's local news station. >> this is kron 4 news at 3. >> was a big part of this family. those are king. i protector our free fun. all right. by sir. he was our everything. >> now at 3 kevin, does she does family shares their memories of the former security guard and retired police officer who lost his life while protecting one of us. thank you so much for joining us here. during kron, 4 news at 3 o'clock today. i'm justine waldman. we're now approaching one week since kevin's death. he died last saturday after being shot in downtown oakland just one day before thanksgiving at the time he was protecting one of our reporters who was working on a story in oakland. his widow son and daughter all telling us today while protecting others, kevin was at his best. so it's a word
it's in japanese and it's. >> on and that means that to perseverance. in a difficult time. kevin, but always tell me to the ups and downs. just life itself. you'd always tell me that. and i would remember and i would tell him, okay. all right. you know, and im even stronger in any situation that we were in that or we leave the house late. there's your any street lights. we can clearly see our week in a car. but. >> he would have a everything just little too intense or does that. okay. we can see we're going, but always lead us out share was buckled up. i think, you know, one of the most things about him. is he just you never asked for anything in return. >> you know, he was always asking why he did what we needed. even at. you know, how
it rolls we are now. you know, you just never just asked us to, you know, be happy work hard in life and. i got from my most memorable memorable and keeping her. >> the family is still raging kevin's funeral services and they are pleading with anyone with information about the shooting to contact oakland. police. they want justice and a sense of closure. oakland police are still looking for this car in connection to shooting murder. it's a white 2004 to 2008 acura tl with 4 doors and a sunroof during the time of the shooting. it did not have a front license plate. oakland police are also still looking for the person who they believe has cell phone video of the shooting. investigators believe that that video contains additional leads, including some more details about this car. there is a reward of over $32,000 being offered for information that leads to an arrest and a reminder. a fund has been set up for them to shoot a family
a cash or check donation can be made to the kevin issued a trust at any metropolitan bank location in person or by mail at the address on your screen. this information is also on our website, kron 4 dot com. not to the north bay where the deadly police shooting of sean monterrosa in last june was now considered not reasonable. this is according to a new independent report that was released by the city and police departments. the 22 year-old was shot by officers were responding to a looting at a walgreens store following the death of george floyd kron. 4 sleep explains the report. details several breakdowns of department policies by the officers involved. >> based on interviews with vallejo police supervisors on duty the night 22 year-old sean monterrosa was gunned down through a windshield by an officer in the back of an unmarked truck last june and interviews with the officers involved. the independent administrative investigative review into the shooting finds
the use of force was not objectively reasonable. it says the 4 officers who were on scene tactically responded poorly and violated the police department's de escalation policies in light of those factors. the review says, quote, the chances of a non threatening or even capitulated movement by mister monterrosa being misperceived as a deadly threat. we're greatly increased its frustrating when you know the truth and you have to put you have to. >> continue to scream at the top of your lungs to be heard. sean monterrosa's sisters consider the review of victory pointing to its assertion that the officers involved misinterpreted monterrosa's actions that night as aggression. >> failed to turn their body cameras on in a timely manner and that all of the officers mistakenly thought monterrosa was armed with a gun. instead it's been determined he had a hammer. we know shot he was
surrendering. he knew that when the county law enforcement that, you know, we shouldn't pose any threat to them 18 months ago. the report says officers responding to the looting call at walgreens saw monterossa running towards a car that was leaving and eventually left without him and rammed into a patrol vehicle. that's when the officers say monterrosa moved toward them and as he kneeled on the ground appeared to draw a weapon. the report now says it was the officers who closed the distance and misjudge monterrosa as a threat. it would have been nice to hear the disciplinary actions that we're going to be released with the before family were still pushing for the fine conviction. >> for the attorney general's office to bring charges forward with investigation being done. the attorney general's investigation remains open. the monterrosa's are also still pursuing a civil lawsuit in this case phillipe djegal all kron 4 news.
>> one of the largest retail theft bus in california history was made right here in the bay area. attorney general bob on to made the announcement today in san mateo county. that's where he says the 5 defendants were arrested in september for stealing nearly 8 million dollars in merchandise. kron four's rob nesbitt joins us here with more on the arrest and the charges. good afternoon. route. >> just in attorney general bonta and san mateo county sheriff carlos bolanos say the 5 were arrested and pleaded guilty to several charges of theft stealing from retail stores such as cvs target walgreens as well as from people's homes and cars. here's some pictures from the attorney general's office of the stolen items. just to give you an idea of how big the operation was. san mateo. sheriff's deputies say danny luis and his 4 partners kept the items. and over a dozen storage units and even operated a distribution warehouse in addition to the 8 million dollars in stolen items. the joint investigation also seized more than 1.8 million dollars from various
bank accounts. is scheduled to be sentenced to 6 years in state prison after pleading guilty of committing organized retail theft receiving stolen property and money laundering. today's announcement should serve as a warning shot. >> to anyone thinking about participating in organized retail theft and committing brazen crimes with no regard for the safety of workers. our businesses and our community. >> the bay area has seen its fair share of smash and grabs. but we're not alone. similar retail thefts have been happening in other states such as minnesota and illinois live in the newsroom. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. thank you, rob. there was another smash-and-grab robbery. this time in san jose. it happened at the east ridge mall on thursday afternoon for people wearing masks allegedly rushed inside the quick service jewelry design store and they smashed the display cases, the hammers. >> the thieves ran away with the stolen jewelry before police arrived at. we'll get
to our coronavirus coverage. now the white house is saying it is closely monitoring the spread of the omicron variant today. the white house covid response team called on americans to get their shots in order to stop the spread. meanwhile, republicans say they're now concerned more with restrictions that could be on the horizon. our dc correspondent raquel martin has the latest. >> get vaccinated and get boosted right away. the white house covid response team says that's the bottom line. if americans want to protect themselves from the new omicron variant. we are equipped and prepared to fight the omicron variant head on a friday briefing. cdc director rochelle walensky said the variant has now spread to nearly 40 countries and nearly 6 us states. but emphasizes the delta variant remains the country's biggest problem 99.9% of cases in the country right now are from the delta variant, the white house says research is underway to determine just how contagious the omicron variant is.
>> and how effective current vaccines are to fight back. suggest. >> that boosters. we'll give you cross protection. the whales is advancing new rules to get ahead of the spread, including an expansion of free at-home covid test and continue travel banned for 8 southern african nations. so i continue to rely on the scientists and asking them whether or not we have to move beyond what we did yesterday. right now they're saying no. but house republican leader kevin mccarthy says he's concerned that could change president biden's only strategy so far has been to threaten americans. with more arbitrary covid restrictions and mandates. that's why next week. senate republicans will try to push back by holding a vote on a plan to reverse federal vaccine mandates. they call unconstitutional in washington. raquel martin. finding an open appointment for your covid booster shot is getting more and more challenging many locations are
not listing any available doses until early next year. experts say getting the booster later. >> then you'd prefer still better than not getting that actors extra dose at all. they say if you're already fully vaccinated, you're still protected from the virus. >> 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. >> officials say as of now, people who have tested positive for omicron were fully vaccinated but did not get the booster and they've only shown mild symptoms. we're learning more about this new variant every day. if you want more information, you can get it by scanning this qr code on the screen right now. we'll take you to a special coronavirus page on our website. kron 4 dot com. that's where you can learn about this variant along with getting the latest vaccine information. coming up today
here at 3 parents of a teenage gunman. >> are charged in this week's deadly school shooting in michigan, a local turn explains why michigan's prosecutor is holding the parents accountable. another car burglary in san francisco. this one caught on camera. you see it here while closer look, though, at the surveillance video. and a bay area woman is now behind bars for trying to kidnap 2 children. what we know that's next. and king tides will peak in the bay area this weekend, possibly causing minor coastal flooding causing minor coastal flooding as well. ♪give my regards to broadway!♪ ♪remember me to herald square!♪ ♪tell all the gang at forty second street♪ ♪that i will soon be there!♪ ♪whisper of how i'm yearning♪
♪give my regards to old broadway♪ francisco police arrested a woman who tried to kidnap. they say 2 children while they were out on a walk. this incident happened yesterday afternoon around 3 of lake street in the city's richmond district. >> police say a woman was caring for a 3 year-old and a one year old when aaron williams of sebastopol approached her and allegedly grabbed the 3 year-old from her arms and then tried to run away. the victim then chased after williams and got that child back. but then they're saying williams allegedly tried to grab the one year-old from the stroller. williams is now in jail on kidnapping and child endangerment charges. there is some new video this afternoon of another smash-and-grab in san francisco's chinatown neighborhood. take a look at this. this video was sent to us by one of our kron 4 news viewers, a person can be seen here using a light to peer into that blue car before
smashing the windows and stealing apparently several items inside that person that gets into that getaway car. they're waiting on the side of the street. this happened near grants and washington streets. it's not clear exactly what was stolen in san francisco. police have not commented on this theft. in national news. we'll get to the latest now on that deadly school shooting in michigan. a lawyer is saying the 2 parents charged with involuntary manslaughter in that high schools school shooting left town for their own safety. but they are returning now to face arraignment. prosecutors have charged the parents of the 15 year-old accused of the shooting at his high school killing 4 students and injuring 7 others. james and jennifer crumbley were charged with 4 counts. each of involuntary manslaughter. investors say james crumbley had recently bought that semi automatic gun that was used in tuesday's shooting and that both parents were negligent despite warnings from teachers.
>> november 21st 21 a teacher at oxford high school. observed. you think probably searching ammunition on his cell phone during class and reported the same to school officials. jennifer crumbley was contacted via voicemail by school personnel regarding that sons inappropriate internet search school personnel indicate they follow that voicemail up with an e-mail but received no response from either parent. thereafter. jennifer crumbley exchange text messages about the incident with her son on that day. staying, quote, i'm not mad at you. you have to learn not to get caught end quote. the prosecutor also said on the day of the shooting. a teacher found a drawing of a semiautomatic handgun pointing at the words. help me. >> both parents were called in to school just a few hours before the deadly shooting. he's in. crumbly has now been charged as an adult with 2 dozen crimes including murder,
attempted murder and terrorism. it's not clear. when the parents show up when they will have to appear in court. now parents in the united states are rarely charged in school shootings when their children are the suspects kron four's terisa stasio spoke with a legal expert about this development today. she joins us here not live in the newsroom with more on this major announcement. good afternoon, theresa and high. just a legal experts say it is unusual to charge parents, but stress the announcement today is significant. >> and sending a strong message. this is a picture of the parents as they did a zoom interview following the shooting involving their son in announcing charges against the parents. the district attorney discuss the facts in her decision saying owning a gun comes with responsibilities. former prosecutor and defense attorney steve clark on the facts behind the decision today and how actions have consequences. >> i think the da said that we need to file charges in this case is gross negligence that
the parents didn't get him counseling, didn't inform the school about this firearm and that 2 hours later even goes on a shooting spree. i think some people may feel like it's piling on the parents who are probably grieving not just because their son is facing the rest of his life in jail, but also for the families involved and his classmates. but at the same time, the message is very clear here. you need to be responsible. and i think this is trying to prevent further school shootings when people should not have access to these firearms. and as a parent or someone in position of trust, you need to control the access to the firearm. >> clark also says that more scrutiny will also fall on the shoulders of the school allowing even the shooter to return to the classroom and to not check his backpack. more on this coming up on kron 4 news at 5 as well as our streaming service kronon you can download that for free in your app store. just a to the
north bay where there's a warning now for people marin county marine waters saying you're drinking water might smell. >> it tastes a little bit different. officials are saying that's in response to the drought than they had to change the water sources in order to manage the water supply. the water has described as tasting or smelling a little bit musty or earthy we're in water says the watlr, though, is still safe to drink. we'll switch gears now and talk about our weather as we take a live look outside right now on top of our mount tam cam. that's in marine county our meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here now with a look at the forecast was kind of gray out there to start the day. but that shot looks like a from up on top of mount tam. that's where the sun is hiding today. yeah. the sun definitely reaching the peace. but down below are most of us live out in the valleys. we are tracking though, a very stubborn gloomy day out there in the bay area. >> thanks to blanket of cloud cover. but king tides will be the big weather story this weekend. in fact, they're
going to peak by saturday afternoon where we could see the high tide as high as 7 feet by 8 o'clock in the morning. the lowest high time will be around 3.30 for your saturday afternoon. so just keep that in mind. minor coastal flooding could be possible, especially around the bay area. shoreline when those king tides reaches highest peak by saturday morning. but we are expecting to see that king tide coastal flood advisory remain in effect through sunday afternoon. so king tides expected to return then as well. let's take a look, though, at your forecast because we are tracking a big blanket of cloud cover. temperatures today cooling down 5 to 10 degrees from yesterday's daytime highs. very stubborn marine layer from coast to bally's that cyber all in the low to mid and even upper 50's. so we are about 5 degrees below average, especially for most of our coastal cities and even our inland valleys as well. widespread mid 50's for downtown san francisco oakland
and even petaluma in the north bay. but calm winds out there right now. still seeing some pretty poor air particles out there. but better clearing thanks to that cool sea breeze influence along our bay area coastline with moderate to poor air particles. there. moderate air particles going to continue because of those calm winds throughout the weekend and taking a look ahead at your weekend outlook. very seasonal temperatures with a nice bump for daytime highs on sunday. details on your microclimate saturday outlook in just a few minutes to back to you. thank you reasons still ahead at 3.45 the warriors are facing the phoenix suns tonight after losing to them on the road. >> we're live at chase center with details on what could be one of the best rivalries in the making. this season. and after the break, we have the story of a california mom. to give birth early after she got si ho ho ho!
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situation like mine can be prevented by getting vaccinated. >> the vaccine at the time of her pregnancy had just started rolling out due to limited data. sarah decided not to get the shot while pregnant after 2 previous miscarriage is fair and her husband matthew both came down with covid matthew who is fully vaccinated had a breakthrough case with mild symptoms. the house since that are held are sharing this story to encourage other pregnant women to get the shot. there will be a lot of emotional healing. >> that will 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. >> sarah met naomi 10 days after her birth. she was born 7 weeks early. weighing only 4 pounds and rushed to the nic u where she stayed for more than 5 weeks. the cdc and doctors say the covid-19 vaccine is the safest route for pregnant women, women who are lactating
or breastfeeding and also for women who are thinking about getting pregnant in the almost year now that we've had this vaccine. >> we've given several billion doses of this around the world. so this is not an untested drop even if you've had a mild covid-19 section before you were pregnant. >> during the pregnancy. you can still get the and it's strongly recommended a natural immunity. you producing your own antibodies to covid-19 can be people started improved and create a safer environment for your pregnancy. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> a new grocery delivery experience arrives in california will take a look at the online company that promises affordable prices and quality food with a twist. >> also today, not everyone is happy with a proposal to hire more police officers in more police officers in oakland. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids.
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>> the oakland police department continues to face staffing crisis and is now at risk of losing tax revenue, kron four's haaziq madyun explains how the city's mayor is now getting involved to increase police staffing. >> the oakland police department has an officer retention problem. opd officials say this month for more officers turned did resignations bringing the current staffing level to 676
warrant officers that is to cops below the level to receive voter approved parcel tax revenue from measures e. >> what i'm proposing is that we increased police staffing immediately by 60 officers mounted above those 60 officers are 20 police positions currently frozen in the city budget. the cause of oakland. mayor libby shaft. police hiring plan is 5.8 million dollars. we are. >> able to put forward that budget proposal through a combination of savings, particularly salary savings equipment, savings. so this act will not result in any reduction of any other services that the city provide retiring plan. authorizes 7 police academies. the current budget authorizes 5 academies. that budget was put forth by oakland city councilmember sheng pow who recently announced a hiring plan of her own to recruit more officers
by offering a $50,000 hiring bonus for lateral transfers from other agencies. my concern, however. >> is that we are attracting officers who com. >> to policing in oakland for the right reasons. >> concerned also shared by oakland police chief leronne armstrong who released a statement that reads in part, quote, while offering financial incentives is a great way to recruit. i prefer to hire people who are not coming to oakland solely for monetary benefits. the executive director of the justice teams network and co-founder of the anti police terror project cat brooks has a different set of concerns. her statement reads in part, quote, libby chefs plan is based on the faulty premise that more police officers will keep us safe. it goes on to say we can't make the same mistakes we made in the past we cannot throw more good money after failed policy quote, next tuesday the 2 opd hiring plans will be presented to the full city council for
approval. has made you kron. 4 news. >> a santa cruz man will now spend 6 years in prison on a federal hate crime charge only. he again was convicted earlier this year for attacking a man with a knife and then yelling racial slurs back in july of 2020. prosecutors say the suspect confronted the 29 year-old victim when he was crossing a street and attacked him multiple times with a 9 inch knife. the u.s. justice department and the fbi are saying this is the first hate crime conviction in northern california, san mateo. police say they've arrested a man suspected of sexually assaulting a blind woman. this happened in cupertino earlier this year. we showed you these surveillance images of the suspect. police say back in may. 29 year-old bernard ortiz followed the victim before assaulting her in an outdoor parking lot. that was right near stevens creek boulevard. a heart. he's was arrested yesterday and then booked in to the county jail on charges
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chance of something like this could happen. but overall, there pretty different sizes. this one really small. it was tough to tell what was misstating about the majority of them. there's produce. it's too or too small. they're shaped a little bit weird. and so, you know, grocery stores don't want to buy them and put them on the shelves. there are more than 500 items to choose from many organic all are marked with savings. a minimum order is $30 shipping a flat 5.50, you are by person from hoping impact the environment a positive way. pumping same food waste. and money. what you're doing. so this of those 3 big reasons. >> let's talk about our forecast on this friday as we take a live look outside here along the golden gate bridge the kind of gray out there today. our meteorologist marisa rodriguez is here now with details like that all across the bay area are just like along the coast. pretty much just in from coastal valleys. we're tracking more a gray june gloom like pattern out there in the bay area,
bringing us some pretty seasonal weather. we're seeing widespread mid 50's, as you head out the door for your friday afternoon. >> antioch, though the only city closest to its average daytime high for today. 59 degrees. remember, we are inching closer towards winter. so we should be in the upper 50's to low 60's this time of year, but radar for tracking very stubborn fog bank out there throughout the bay area and we're going to see some changes cooler weather making its way. but the storm track outlook looking pretty grim at-bats. let's take a look at monday nonexistent. the storms remaining well to our north, but we could see some showers trying to make its way with scattered showers by thursday afternoon. but the good news is it is going to bring snow showers to the sierra and even through friday. most of the rain off the coast out in the pacific hopefully it switches its track and moves a little bit more eastward so we can all see that. but by around 10 days from now. that's when we're going to get our best shot of rain monday. not this
upcoming monday but a week from monday. that's where we could see some light to moderate rain and even snow showers returning to our north and even into this year as well. so fingers crossed for that. lot can happen from now until then. so hopefully that storm track to shift a little bit more southward for monday's storm kuz. even the north bay. you can certainly need the use those showers. but overnight lows tonight, widespread upper 40's to low 50's. pretty mild for downtown san francisco and oakland in the low 50's and daytime highs tomorrow. still about 5 degrees below average for the san francisco peninsula coastline low to mid 60's. as you make your way inland with that warming trend. very subtle, but very great outlook for your december weekend. we are tracking mid 60's. so the warmest day will be on sunday for the next 7 days until we start to cool down and hopefully see some rain in our future forecast. back to you. just seen. >> thank you so much. coming up here during kron 4 news at 3. how a couple north bay wants to help families who cannot afford a christmas tree
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on this on our website. kron 4 dot coms. you can see all those models listed again. >> our economy is markedly stronger than it was a year ago and today the incredible news that our unemployment rate has fallen to 4.2%. at this point the year. we're looking at the sharpest one-year decline in unemployment ever. >> the u.s. labor department says 210,000 jobs were added last month. analysts were expecting 550,000. so stocks went down earlier today as a result, the unemployment rate fell about a half a point to 4.2% that is low and the and as the president indicated, he's happy with that drop. but the numbers still above the pre pandemic unemployment rate of 3 and a half percent. still it is the best of the best. the warriors take on the suns tonight. and the question is. >> could klay thompson the hunting at his return. we'll go live to
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>> during the pandemic a north bay family formed a nonprofit to give away free christmas trees. for those who could not afford one last year. just see and tory crawler up in sonoma county decided to start this tradition when they started, they gave away less than a dozen trees. and this year they plan on giving away about a 1000 that's with the help of volunteers, the nonprofit organization called operation
christmas tree is fully decorating. these trees making them available for delivery within county lines. >> people are home more than ever. >> we just felt like, you know, we were so happy when you put up our tree and we 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. >> so if you want to apply for one of these free trees. we do have a link on our website. kron 4 dot com. and now to the east bay where the danville police department was out today gathering toys for families in need this christmas kron four's charles clifford gives us a look. >> well, here at the costco in danville. this actually running the border between danville and san ramon on friday, the danville police department is collecting toys for their fill the cruiser program this year. they're hoping to get donations of new and unopened toys to go in the
bin here and then their objective is to fill up this police cruiser with toys, which they've almost completely done today. now this is the first time that the danville police department has teamed up with the marine corps reserves and their toys for tots program. they're hoping to collect again. new and unopened toys through the holidays. and then those toys will go to the marine corps reserves. who will then sort it and distribute them. the danville police department says they wanted to be here this year because they know a lot of people have struggling because of the pandemic. we want to make sure that all those parents out there who want to give toys to their kids for christmas can do. so there's a lot of people were hit hard and that's why we're out here. hopefully we can collect. more more toys than ever before because there's probably there's 5 more less fortunate kids out there than there were before. >> now, the denver police department will be back here at costco next friday from 10 to 2. if you can't make it down to costco here. you can also go the danville. >> police headquarters. they have a toys for tots donation box in the lobby there at the station as well. but for now
in danville, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> not a sports in the golden state warriors. with their biggest test of the season is happening tonight. the dubs looking for revenge when they host the phoenix suns who have wdn 18 straight games and beat the warriors on tuesday. so there's a lot at stake tonight. kron 4 sports reporter kylen mills live at chase center with the latest. take it away. kylen. >> justine the 2 hottest teams in the nba will meet here at chase center on the floor tonight with the warriors take on the phoenix suns. both teams are 18 agree. however, the warriors are looking for redemption in this game tonight. the suns beat the dubs in phoenix on tuesday night. large part to turnovers head coach steve kerr says he wants his team to clean that up. and for them to come out sharp in this game the warriors also have to give some credit to the suns and they did because phoenix was able to shut down steph curry in that game on tuesday. he had is the worst shooting
performance of his career going for 21 from the floor. several warriors players said after the game they need to do a better job of spacing the floor setting screens and getting steph open 6 players put in the work at practice yesterday. now they plan to come out. sharp and aggressive in this game tonight. >> i was rushing things and was overthinking because their life was a problem for you know, chris paul is a look at the game up. no, he's not our plays things like that. so that was he's our callers. no, no. i said i said better screen stuffed into a small open looks and then we've got be more patient. we all the russian was all kind of play got the ball. so we started moving the ball again again. step off the ball. i think that these apps. >> suns star devin booker is expected to miss tonight's game with a hamstring strain that he suffered during tuesday's game against the warriors. however, the suns are able to find success without him on tuesday center
deandre ayton put up 24 points in that game. he an impressive performance. the worst defense will have to respond and shut him down in this game tonight, tipoff set 7 o'clock justine should be a good time to live. it just we're live at chase center. back to you. thank you. kylen look forward to tonight just all right. we're taking a live look outside right now at san francisco international airport still gray from the shot as well. so that the weather starting to. >> participate with the december calendar date. was some earlier this week. but even at the coast there still cloudy. yeah. a little bit of a weather roller coaster ride, right. just team. but finally matching our day of december. what is it 3rd or 4th today. >> i think its 3rd right. okay. december 3rd. still in vacation mode after thanksgiving. forgive let's take a live look outside. very gloomy out there right now with that high cloud cover and we are going to see
temperatures remaining about 5 degrees below average along the coast just warming up into the mid 50's still tracking that big fog being downtown san francisco's mission district 56 degrees winds out of the northwest will bring us some clearing by the afternoon. but expect to start out the morning with more clouds and sun. and with that mid-fifties from daly city into half moon on terror, though 51 degrees and fortunately tracking breezy winds 15 miles per hour. less millbrae and burlingame trying to flirt with 60's. but 58 degrees with low 60's. for those of you in san mateo and foster city and for those of you in the south bay low to mid 60's. so we are going to see seasonal temperatures. they're pretty pleasant. remember, it is december. so we should be in the upper 50's to low 60's this time of year with livermore 63 degrees and away from the immediate san francisco peninsula coastline. that's where we're going to track widespread 60's specifically for those of you in the east bay berkeley, 62 degrees concord and walnut creek. 63 degrees for your
saturday afternoon. highs still going to remain dry unfortunately, wish we could get some more rain out there for the next 7 days but looks like our best chance will be in our 10 day outlook where we could see some measurable rain returning to the bay area. enjoy, though, these mid 60's for nevado and sandra fell because we're going to see a slight warm up on sunday with temperatures warming up about 5 degrees above average. pretty seasonal to start out this upcoming workweek forecast, but then cooling down into the mid 50's just seen yet again because if we do see any storms, it's going to be more of a wind maker that rain leaving behind a very cool and dry air mass in its place. back to you. thank you. coming up next, some divergence are. >> helping the sharks get into the christmas spirit.
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is in diving equipment decorated in under water christmas tree at an aquarium in budapest. here is the tropic area in buda past. the divers were in the water with 8 sharks. lots of other creatures there. the divers said that the christmas tree need some daily maintenance as fish tend to knock the tree over or snap off the decorations at night. good news is they don't need to water. the tree, though, can see underwater. happy ending for a lion and a leopard to tell you about today. simba. the lion was found living in a basement in russia and eva, the leopard was abandoned
before being rescued and now they both got to live together at the wildlife rehab center in tanzania where they will have some big wide open spaces to roam around, including swimming pools, climbing structures and also drinking palms. happy ending there. that's going to do it, though, for us here during kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock today. i'm justine waldman, thank you so much for joining us. we can always connect on facebook, instagram and twitter and that will see tonight during kron 4 news at 6 and in primetime at 8 o'clock tonight. a great rest of your friday and also see you back this weekend.
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