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the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. tension builds... the plot twist the hero prevails in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started. introducing the all-new nissan frontier. >> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 for kevin. >> it he was a security guard and he was out there to protect the news cast. we need justice for him.
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>> tonight at 9, the search for justice continues this evening for the family of kevin nishita, the security guard and former police officer who died while protecting one of our reporters nearly a week ago. now. good evening, everybody. thank you for being with us tonight on kron 4 news at 9. i'm grant lotus and i'm vicki liviakis. kevin nishita. >> died last saturday after being shot in downtown oakland just one day before thanksgiving. and tonight his family is pleading for anyone who may have seen something to come forward so that they can get some closure. i kindly, please ask if anybody was in the area in the oakland community. in the area at the time that this incident happened that. they have found cell phone footage, but they please. give it to the oakland police department are seeking to find. the reasoning behind all of this. so that. so that we can have some closure. you can understand why. what
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happens. he didn't deserve this. he the tire. he was just. looking to stay busy you know, we just wish you can come home. we just need the closure. we all like this open ended, not knowing how some of that love pass to we just need to know and have peace. just come home and. start really what it's all over. it's justice for for kevin. it he was a security guard and he was out there to protect the news cast. we need justice for him. the family is still arranging kevin's funeral services and their plea for witnesses to speak up comes after. >> the oakland police department revealed that they believe somebody has video of the shooting yet happened right here near 14th and
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harrison in downtown oakland just a few blocks from the 12 street bart station and investigators believe that the video contains additional leads, including the car in question and they think their cell phone video out there. the car in question. this one, a white 2004 to 2008 acura tl 4 door car has a sunroof. as you can see during the shooting. it did not have a front license plate. a reward of $32,500 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest. and our pam moore had the opportunity to talk with initiative family the earlier today and joins us tonight. such an emotional experience. it must have you and of course we are sharing in this grief because he was working with our reporter when all of this happened. >> collectively throughout the bay area news media units are sharing this creek because all of us are using security guards now in many locations because of what's been going his life on the line. he put his life on the line. so they were very gracious to let us into their home today. and
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while she the family is reaching out to the community for help with this investigation tonight. they're also showing remarkable strength in the face of this personal sorrow and they're trying to focus on the good times. the good memories like moments like this with kevin and his family trying to focus on their loving memories instead of just their pain. miss him. pretty much. miss him. he was a big part of this family. those are king. >> i protector for free fun. all right. by sir. other than just a grandpa and father and a husband. he was our everything. >> a family grieving the death of loved one. kevin nishita and determined to get answers wife, virginia son enrique and daughter maureen all say he spent his life protecting his family and his career protecting the community losing his life in the process. now they are trying
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to understand why we just need the closure. we don't like this open ended. >> not knowing how some of that love pass to we just need to know and. >> have peace. they remember the husband and father with the big personality loving and fun. >> really a fun couple. he was my everything they would tv series and then after a while, we became the characters. he would call me and he would. call me the name of whatever series we're watching just to make it fun and release had date night once a week. i'm going missus us. >> he was big on being a grandfather and he loved his dog cali. dog misses a very much. >> so. really hard to see the very sad as well.
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>> over the years as a police officer in coma haywood and san jose. and later, a security guard. kevin, the sheet about much more to the job of law enforcement. he was someone who genuinely cared about others volunteering at police events going the extra mile with people he encountered in the field for the community. being a police officer. he definitely protected people. >> but ask them certain cases. look, how can i help you? he has a kind heart like that. he wanted to. in the committee and that's why he. but when the police force, one of the most adamant 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. >> so now they reflect and wait for answers in the
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backyard where they shared so much time together. so it's a word it's in japanese and it's. got on and that means that to fist. perseverance. 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 him even stronger in any situation that we were in. remember come on. and to stay strong for him. >> through their sadness. the family is also quite proud that even though he is no longer here, kevin. the shida is still giving to his community. he donated his body to help others, including donating his skin to a young man, a burn victim who needed a skin graft of course, in addition to awaiting word on the police investigation. they are also planning his memorial service. and if you would like to help support this family.
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we've been telling you about this. a fund has been set up for the issue to family cash or check donation can be made to the kevin this you to trust any metropolitan bank location in person or by mail at the address on your screen. the information is also on our website, kron 4 dot com. i also i'm going to remember the word goma because we all go through life's ups and downs and now i have another affirmation to help me stay strong. you know, you know, it was really very generous of them to spend time to share their grief and their joy date night which they might have an hour. yeah. winning healy such a hole that, you know, at least they're able to fill it in and give us a chance to. tell his story. yeah. yeah. thank you. pundits a lot. so thank you, thanks a lot all of us. you can find more stories about our beloved a security guard. kevin issued on our website. kron 4 dot com. you can use your mobile device to scan this qr code take you to
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the page and there you can follow the latest on the investigation. you can find out information to make a donation to his family and watch hands full interview with kevin initiatives, beautiful family. the oakland police department as an officer retention problem department officials say former officers turned in their resignations already this month bringing the current staffing level to 676 warn officers. that is 2 officers below the level needed to receive voter approved parcel tax revenue from measures e oakland mayor libby schaff now proposing the immediate hire 60 new officers and that proposal would authorize 7 police academies for the current budget. only authorizes 5 the cost of your shots. police hiring plan is around 5.8 billion 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
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reduction of any other services that the city provide it. >> so next tuesday, the 2 opd hiring plans are going to be presented to the full city council for approval. new tonight at 9, a $10,000 reward is now being offered for help finding each of the parents accused in that high school shooting in oxford, michigan, a total of $20,000 here. the u.s. marshals tweeted out these wanted posters just within the hour. they say james and jennifer crumbley, the parents of the shooting suspect are both wanted for involuntary manslaughter. investigators say the semi automatic weapon used in the shooting was purchased by the teens father last week. prosecutors say the crumbley's actions went, quote, far beyond negligence because the gun seems to have been freely available. >> november 21st 21 a teacher at the oxford high school observed ethan crumbley
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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. >> we spoke today with renowned bay area, defense attorney and legal analyst stephen clark who says more scrutiny will also be falling on the shoulders of the school. the officials there who allowed crumbly to return to the classroom after meeting with him and his parents and nobody checked his backpacks. no one at the school, not his parents. the gun was in there. they think. meanwhile, an attorney for crumbley's parents say they do eventually
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plan to turn themselves in. but again, the oakland county sheriff's office says, quote, i will believe it when i see it. >> right now to our coronavirus coverage tonight. the a crime variant has been found in the bay area yet again. this time, 5 cases in alameda county, alameda county public health officials say all individuals are fully vaccinated and most actually got a booster. kron four's. gayle ong joins us live from the newsroom with details here. gayle. we figure this will keep happening right. >> according to health officials, the patients all had mild symptoms and no one needed to be hospitalized. and while infectious disease experts are keeping a close eye and learning more. what they do know is this is a very contagious variant. >> the omicron variant of covid-19 has shown up in 5 alameda county residents. in a statement friday public health officials from alameda county and the city of berkeley says these cases are among 12 covid-19 cases in the county
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ages range from 18 to 49 the patients attended a wedding in wisconsin last weekend. one traveled internationally before the wedding. all individuals have mild symptoms and are fully vaccinated. most are boosted. the recent variant comes days after the first confirmed omicron case in the united states that was detected in san francisco, uc berkeley, infectious disease expert doctor john swartzberg is hopeful this variant may not make people as sick as other variants like delta. >> there are some tantalizing observations know that people are getting infected with this south african the report from the case is here now and in europe. getting terribly ill. now that could change dramatically. doctor swartzberg along with public health officials are reminding people to stay vigilant get vaccinated and boosted if eligible mask-up and social distance. police are the things that we've been doing for a long time. and we know that they really work. >> they keep us safe.
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>> doctor swartzberg adds we are hearing more about omicron cases because researchers are looking for them. a state lab use genomic sequencing to identify the 5 infected with the variant genomic sequencing data is not yet available for all 12 covid cases in alameda county in the newsroom. gayle ong kron 4 news. thank you. gayle. white house medical advisers continue to track the latest information about the omicron variant. >> and they say that they're hopeful that we will keep it under control. we are in a far better position now than we were at this time last year. >> not only do we now have knowledge and experience from addressing other variants such as doped up. we also have far more tools with proven prevention methods. >> health experts say gave this update. this morning. doctor anthony fauci says at this point the best way to prevent severe illness is to get that booster shot. he says that the current data appears to show strong protection against all variants after the 3rd dose. but more information needs to be gathered. the
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biden administration also announced another 9 million vaccine doses are being sent to africa bringing the u.s. is total donation to the continent to 100 million. >> if you'd like more info on the new variant. you can scan the qr code here on your screen. it will take you to our special coronavirus page on our website where you can learn more about omicron along with the latest vaccine info like where to find booster shots and. shots for kids now to the fatal police shooting of sean monterrosa in it was last june. >> and a new. >> independent report says it was not a reasonable shooting. that report was released by the city and the police department. the 22 year-old was shot while officers were responding to looting at a walgreens store following the death of george floyd. and it's quite forcefully to call explains this report details several breakdowns of department policies by the officers involved. >> based on interviews with vallejo police supervisors on
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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.
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>> 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 the 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 are going to be released with the before family were still pushing for the fine conviction. >> for the attorney general officer bring charges forward with investigation being done.
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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. >> all right. moving on to the weather. let's take a look at our friday 4 zone forecast and choose to the weekend and our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here. boy, lawrence. what a cool down today. yeah. finally feeling the season again, after all that record breaking heat will temperatures, but it was kind of chilly in parts of the bay area today as the low clouds just kind of hung around all day long in most spots that kept those temperatures actually running below the average in many areas out there now that fog just kind of sitting there. and that's what it's going to be through tomorrow morning. the temperatures went from the 70's just a couple days ago. now you're below average and mid 50's in the san francisco for a high today. 56 in oakland, 58 in san jose 55 in lemore 57 in concord and 55 degrees in santa rosa all around the bay area. those temperatures staying cool high pressure gave way from that
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offshore wind to more of a sea breeze today and that really brought the temperatures down. something to watch out for tomorrow. we do have a coastal flood advisory being posted inside the bay. many low-lying areas. we've got the king tides come back into town. if you saw was a major high tide tomorrow. probably going to be a little bit higher, maybe a little over 7 feet, maybe 7.1 or so. and that's coming right around 1030, or so in the morning. so you may see a little flooding in and around the bay along the embarcadero into san francisco and then on the flip side, we're gonna have a very low tide of -1.7 feet that is going to come by about 04:30pm in the afternoon for some of beachcomber want to get out there and check things out. going to see some tide pools may be that you can get a chance to see for quite some time. how about that outside tonight? we've got the big dome of high pressure overhead. the one thing that changed today is more that sea breeze high-pressure weekend over the weekend. we're going to see looks like fair weather dry weather continuing for the
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weekend ahead, low cloud and fog already moving back on shore right now. you see it spilling into the bay and well into the valleys to tonight going to be cloudy outside. no getting around that cool temperatures kind of that damp feel to it out there as well tomorrow. a cloudy morning. i think a little more sunshine toward the afternoon inside the bay and the valley staying cloudy at the coastline that a little more sun. little warmer on sunday. but after that, the whole pattern is going to shift gears again. high pressure still hanging out. but it's going start to back off the coastline. you see it. retro grating right here. and as that begins to move in eventually that's going allow for sto m system to drop over the top of that. and that means, well, we're going to see some big changes coming our way as the clouds are going to be rolling back in tonight, low clouds and fog rolling into the bay out there. we're going to see that early on tomorrow morning. plenty of clouds out there throughout the morning and then that's when things are going to be changing after that the afternoon hours. little like a little more sunshine coming our way. a little more of a northerly component. the winds. so here we go. we're going to be talking about some temperatures running up in the
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50's cool along the coastline, 50 some low 60's. well, inland. then as we get toward the after part of the weekend as we get into next week. a chance of showers on monday and possibly the next thursday. i think the whole pattern is about to open up a lot more rain coming our direction. more on that, we should could use it. yeah, let's bring. all right. thanks a for it. other news now as roe v wade is challenged in the supreme court. california is bracing for the potential of. >> high demand for the procedure from out of state patients today of planned parenthood ceo representing bay area clinics and governor newsome share their thoughts on the matter are some sogomonian live in the studio with us with that report. became grant. in fact, the ceo of planned parenthood, northern california says that their clinics are already seeing more patients coming here over from texas, which recently banned the abortion access. >> as the supreme court weighs whether to drastically curtail abortion rights. california is preparing for an anticipated
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surge in women coming across state lines to have the procedure done here when they're outlawed in their home states while the ceo of planned parenthood northern california said she is happy to help those out of state patients. she is worried that an anticipated 3,000% increase in demand will strain the state's clinics. >> which means that californians who are seeking care will also bear a birdie. >> she added that it's become a socioeconomic issue that only those from 26 other states who can afford the trip can get access leaving low income patients behind the tragedy of the situation in texas. >> where the disparity of care being rendered to those who have less means. >> well, opponents of roe versus wade say that the real tragedy is aborting a fetus. california governor gavin newsome, however, is ready to provide additional funding and support for out of state patients if need be and will also be challenging any abortion restrictions in
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court. we are looking. >> at ways to support that inevitability and look at ways to expand our protections legally and but also looking budgetary support. >> so planning for a surge is already underway like opening new clinics as well as hiring live in the studio. ella , sogomonian kron 4 news. thank you. ella. california is sending more money to support affordable housing. the newsom administration has announced it awarded nearly a 158 million dollars to communities throughout the state. the money will help local governments and organizations build more affordable housing on unused land. the officials say 4,000 individuals and families will be moving into new homes. and still to come tonight kron 4 news at 9, a recordbreaking bus and covers millions of dollars worth of stolen goods. what investigators and state officials are saying about. >> the they believe are responsible. plus, how you can
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brew a little magic to a family in need this holiday season.
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>> police in walnut creek there collecting toys to try to help families in need. the department is hosting the drive for the concord family justice center stand for families, free of violence and toys for tots. here's how you can help if you'd like you can drop off donations at the walnut creek. police department's lobby inside city
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hall doors will be open between 8, 5, monday through friday. in addition to toys items in need. also include clothing for both women and children. the drive will run through january 5th. in the east bay, the danville police department was also out today gathering toys for families in need this christmas. they are hoping. >> to get going donations of new and an open toys for their phil. the cruiser this toy drive is a little different this year is the danville departments teamed up with the marine corps reserve for their toys for tots program. the department wanted to change things up a little this year because they know that a lot of people have been struggling due to the pandemic and they you know, we just want to be sure that parents who want to get their kids presents for christmas can do so. 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. >> yeah, officers will be back
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here at a costco next friday from. 10 to 2 collecting donations from you if you want to donate but just can't make it a costco. there's also a toys for tots been at the danville police station. >> up next to let it snow. what a new study is revealing about the reduction of sierra snow predicted and how long it could be before bear mountains in the tahoe area could be a regular occurrence. also, what is being done to help the homeless situation near san francisco's union square and the state's attorney general came to the bay area today. a retail bust. a lot of them actually, people still almost 8 million dollars worth of merchandise. they found that they sa
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♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music)
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♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪ >> one of the biggest retail theft bust in california history has been made right here in the bay area. attorney rob bonta making the announcement today. in san mateo county. they've been hit up store after store after store. but it says 5 defendants have been arrested. they were arrested earlier for stealing or nearly 8 million dollars in merchandise. kron four's, rob nesbitt reports. >> this was no small operation that was discovered in san mateo county. the stolen items were seized by the state from several homes. more than a dozen storage units and even a warehouse that the thieves used as a distribution center. the pictures of stolen items show the extent of just how big the million-dollar
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operation was in san mateo county, one of the largest retail theft busts in california history. attorney general rob bonta says 8 million dollars in merchandise was found from stores such as cvs target and walgreens $85,000 in cash and more than 1.8 million dollars was seized from various bank accounts doesn't stop after the initial theft. organized criminals resell their stolen goods and in many cases use the money to find additional illicit activity. according to the a g s office for men and one woman were arrested and pleaded guilty to stealing and reselling the goods. san mateo. sheriff's deputies say danny luis drago ran the operation. this stolen property being purchased stam from retail theft. commercial burglaries residential burglaries and auto burglaries ending up here to be resold for a big profit. this case is a great example of how organized retail rings are wreaking havoc across county
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lines with an increase of retail theft as well as smash-and-grabs in the bay area. >> attorney general bonta used friday's announcement as a warning to other criminals, you will be held accountable. you will face consequences. drug was scheduled to be sentenced to serve 6 years in state prison after pleading guilty to committing organized retail theft receiving stolen property and money laundering. i'm rob nesbitt kron. 4 news. >> several dozen world war 2 veterans. some of the last of the greatest generation are on their way to pearl harbor to mark 80 years since the attack that drew the u.s. into the war, the group of 63 vets are flying out of dallas fortr worth international airport honolulu after being escorted by police as part of the trapped. in fact, one of the veterans is the father of the pilot flying the plane. >> he hasn't been back to pearl harbor since 1946. so it's been quite a long time it's going to be quite
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grueling trip for him. the best defense foundation has a lot things planned for all these veterans but he's very excited about >> just over 2400 military members died during the december 7th 1941 attack on pearl harbor of the 63 veterans in the group 6. our pearl harbor survivors and 12 of them are more than a 100 years tenderloin businesses trying to help those experiencing homelessness this holiday season now through the end of the year. vacation. a clothing stores. collecting jackets like it's a new socks. they plan to distribute the items to folks in need kron and harry spoke with the shop's owner and has more on what inspired this initiative. >> i spoke with the owner of vacation. it's a clothing store located in the tenderloin. she says the neighborhood was hit hard by the pandemic and she had a front row seat to it every single day. she says recently
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she realized she could do something to help. >> gets a bad rap. and it's sometimes pretty sad down here. but there are some pretty great treasures in the neighborhood vacation. a vintage clothing stores been located here on the corner of ellis and streets in the heart of the tenderloin for almost 10 years. a lot of folks are sort of has to to come down to the tenderloin and then when they do, they're like by the shop is so great like i found my favorite thing. get your store vacation owner. kristin klein recently came up with a way to use her story to help people struggling in the area in the spirit of the holidays. if you want to bring in clean blankets and clean wearable coats will make sure that they get distributed in the neighborhood. you get 10 bucks off your purchase of the shop. she said she decided to start collecting warm weather gear to donate to people experiencing homelessness because of her friend calvin he's one of that. he comes by and he doesn't really ask foa for much. but every once in a
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while and he says he needs a jacket and we give it one. you need a blanket. sometimes he beats pair of socks. she says calvin will cry and thank them for the help. she says they want to help more people who are unhoused and living in the tenderloin. she also hopes offering $10 off a purchase to anyone that donates jackets, blankets or socks. >> will help encourage people to shop and explore the tenderloin. >> i've watched the ups and the downs. the we've been really advocating the neighborhood trying to give people a positive reason to come down here. the store is open 7 days a week. the owner tells me they plan to continue collecting items for people experiencing homelessness through the end of the year. she says so far they've received many coats, but they still need clean socks and blankets in san francisco. amanda hari kron 4 news. >> still ahead on kron 4 news at 9 could no list winters feed california's future when scientists warn it could be reality if we don't act fast
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and we've got more rain. finally headid toward the bay area, maybe a little snow to will talk about that coming forecast next. and in sports, the santa clara broncos trying to make their second straight ncaa women's soccer championship games. >> our resident soccer star kylen mills says the highlights also a check on the warriors. big rematch with the suns at chase center. sports is next.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> the 2 best teams in the nba going head to head tonight at chase center. the phoenix suns beat the warriors for their 17th straight win on tuesday. coming into the rematch tonight. they've won 18 straight. meanwhile, the dup's looking for revenge in this game. this one just one final. the score. one 1896 warriors with big win. the dup's play. well, all game, but really exploded in the 2nd half for one just anderson came up huge with 17 points off the bench including an earth rocking dunk. we'll have a look at that for you coming up at 10 o'clock. meanwhile, santa clara one game away from heading back to the national championship taking on byu at home. we go straight to overtime. the cougars with a chance to win it. wow. check out the safe here from broncos keeper. kiley fouche tips. it just off the top of the crossbar. look at that.
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another crazy save the second overtime. this time the broncos almost was winning. it is you to call us header cleared away by the defender. a shootout they go and penalties byu to libya way gave the cougars a 3, 2, lead, santa clara with a shot to tie it. ali gland tries to keep the season alive with that one went wide, right. it looks like it just tip off of the right crossbar byu wins in penalties. they will play florida state for the national title on monday. sharks versus rangers at madison square sharky's fan enjoying a cold one in new york on likely a cold east coast. winter night. first period ryan ends up getting on the end. one. there it goes during the power play rangers on the board. one, nothing new york that full would hold up the sharks, trying to tie it with seconds left, but they just couldn't get in the back of the net san jose loses one zip there at the columbus blue jackets on sunday. pac. 12 championship
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game at the radar stadium in las vegas, oregon versus utah. this one all use 1st quarter. devin lloyd intercept, oregon, qb anthony brown. ding. that's a house call. 34 yard pick tde 14. nothing. utah late. 2nd quarter. cameron rising finds dalton kincaid from 11 yards out 20, nothing utah. it was 23 zip at the half 3rd quarter. tj pledger. police is way in for a 4 yard score. 31 3 utah dalton kincaid, the 11 yard pass from cam rising. he was impressive throughout this entire game. they end up running away with this game. not even close. that's all
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>> know. what about the snow new research is painting a bleak picture of california winters without mountain snow an hour near future study published in the journal nature reviews earth and environment found that snowless winters could become a regular occurrence along the west coast and as few as 35 years, if we do not reduce greenhouse gas emissions. this could significantly affect our water supply have rippling effects on the soil plants. wildlife scientists say in many ways the changes have already started with drought emergencies that record setting heat. we experienced
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last summer. as we get a check now back here in the bay on our 4 zone forecast. obviously, though, always want to keep an eye on this area this time of year. we do first chief meteorologists with his eye. yeah, it up there and people look and they want to get there, do a little skiing. wilt the stilt a rollback in. looks like it's going to happen. 2 guys. we're going to see. >> those clouds begin to gather. it's taking some time. of course, we started out some of the slopes opening up early on in october. then things dried out. things are about to on maybe even more importantly, not only the start of the g a few storms begin to move in the first one coming through on monday bringing some showers, maybe a little sleet, maybe a snow across the higher peaks. but the colder temperatures are going to be moving in. so a lot of resorts up. they're going to start making snow. and just in time for the holidays. in fact, there's another storm system expected to come in on thursday and then a much larger system possibly the following sunday into monday that could fairly significant storm bringing some heavy snow across the
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sierra nevada. meantime, let's get a forecast for you. how about that? we've got numbers running in the 50's and the 60's in the monterey bay. if you're headed that direction plan on some patchy fog and some cool temperatures. there in the southern california. we've got some sunshine and temperatures up in the 60's in many spots and in the high country back to the sierra nevada fairly mild temperatures, 50's and 60's. but if you're sticking around throughout the weekend, things could be changing, especially as we get into monday. that's in that system comes in bringing with it a chance of some rain up there right now. we've got some cloudy skies as have those cool temperatures all around the bay area. high pressure overhead and that big dome of high pressure start to weaken somewhat allowed for more of an onshore breeze or some kind of interesting, though. talk about sierra nevada getting some snow. how about we're talking about snow in hawaii. it happens on the big island. actually a blizzard warning in effect there until sunday. that's we're going to see some of very heavy snows. maybe a foot of snow across some of the higher peaks, their model law on okay. on the big island.
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just thinking get up there and enjoy the slopes by day and head back down and hang out of the palm trees into the afternoon and evening hours tonight, mostly cloudy skies settling in for the night. now looks like tomorrow, cloudy early on that slow clearing by the afternoon high pressure showing signs of finally breaking down fact. it's going start to retrograde. that means it's going to pull back away from the coastline, moving back toward the middle of the pacific that's going allow for big change in the weather office and the storms start to drop over the top of that bringing with it. the first round of a chance of a few showers maybe just some scattered light showers on monday. another chance the following the thursday and then behind that looks a lot more impressive. the storm system possibly setting itself up of this come through like this that will be a nice rainmaker and a nice snow maker for the sierra nevada as we head in toward that following monday. so keep your fingers crossed. we thought the change the temperatures today. now we just got to get that rain going numbers for tomorrow. going to be cool, 50's and some 60's around the bay area the next couple days go see those one probably a little bit on sunday cool back
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down, though, next monday with a chance of showers. then a chance showers again, the following thursday and look at those temperatures in the law. cold too. like we have best chance for rain. you think probably on thursday. but i think that monday storm after that. that's really when that whole pattern really ends up opening up until the end talking about for this deal rain or just know that would be a real soon over and then a series of right on through the end of the year. so like storm door open. yeah, that would be the whole thing. all opening up again. thanks. thanks all right. so who doesn't like to save money products sold at a new type of online grocery store may not be perfect, but the prices sure will save you some cash. >> rich demuro tries it out for us in tonight's tech smart. >> when you type of online grocery store doesn't promise perfect food. the apples could be a bit smaller than you're used to or the labels can be printed upside down. but misfits market. the savings could be if you don't mind carrots that are a bit crooked weekly be chop up. the could
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