Skip to main content

tv   KRON 4 News Weekend  KRON  December 4, 2021 7:00am-10:01am PST

7:00 am
y. start a relationship with citi and earn a cash bonus when you open a new eligible account and complete required activities. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good morning. thanks so much for joining us on the kron 4 morning news i'm sarah stinson and it is saturday, december 4th. we've got a lot of news to get to this morning. but before you head out the door. we always want to get you started with weather. dave spahr is joining us to tell us what we're going to see today, dave, yesterday was a chilly one. yeah. we have more of that coming along. it will be kind of spoiled by almost spring-like weather and thus lower 70's. that's been kind of retired or taking the week off. you look at it that way. >> and we have a change in the weather pattern which may invite some opportunity for rain into next week. so that's a plus there starting things
7:01 am
off a lot of overcast, though, or some fog too. everyone is going deal with this to the morning hours. looks like some breaks happening as we get to the late morning hours as a formality solano county off to the sacramento valley. you're in this dense fog advisory going on until later on this morning. just give you an idea how it settles up. it looks like it should clear out. well before the noon hour. now another factor we're also dealing with are the king tides. there's a flood advisory at the coast going on through 03:00pm on sunday. it will reach its zenith or its peak. generally speaking anywhere say from 10 in the morning until one in the afternoon. watch for the low lying areas for parking lots parks, roads, that sort of thing. temperature check for in the lower to middle 50's 45 off the antioch. 51 going on for livermore and your breakdown today with the east bay shoreline and kind of this fogginess. 52, as we start to clear out, 57 only by 2 o'clock with sunny skies, although we'll see plenty of 60's on the board. we'll show you what you can expect for
7:02 am
this weekend and also these rain opportunities in the next week. sarah, thanks, dave. we'll look forward to that. >> we're turning now to a developing story in the east bay officials find several cases of the omicron variant in alameda county. this comes days after the first omicron case in the united states was detected here in san francisco. unfortunately kron fours camila barco live in the newsroom with more details coming sarah, at least 5 people in alameda county have been diagnosed with the omicron variant. now their symptoms mild. >> but all of those patients have been vaccinated and none of them had to be hospitalized alameda county public health officer says that these cases are among 12 covid cases in the county. these patients all attended a wedding in wisconsin. one of them traveled internationally before the event. the group came back infected with covid-19 now 5 of them are diagnosed with the omicron variant their ages range between 18 to 49 a local
7:03 am
infectious disease expert is hopeful that this variant may not make people asked sake 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. >> local public health officials are looking for these variants, which is why we're hearing more of them pop up a state lab used in hmic sequencing to identify the 5 omicron cases in alameda county. however, genomic sequencing data is not available for all 12 cases. in the meantime, officials continue to remind people to get vaccinated, stay home if you're sick. and if you have some symptoms to get tested farah, back to you. >> now in alameda county, public health officer says these cases are among 12 covid case in the county. these
7:04 am
patients are all attending a wedding. wisconsin as camilla was just saying. so that is what that story has to do with, but we're going to move on to what the county is talking about on one enough. fast forward. there. so doctor anthony fauci, he says there's new evidence to suggest getting a booster shot will protect you against any variant of covid. fauci says the extra dose provides a level of neutralizing covid antibodies that could offer protection against omicron although it's still too early to say for sure. >> there's every reason to believe that if you get vaccinated and boosted that you would have at least some degree of cross protection. very likely against severe disease even against the omicron variant. >> despite the attention to omicron cdc says 99.9% of all new covid cases in the u.s. are from the delta variant and the majority of them are in people who are not vaccinated.
7:05 am
in the north bay 8 students at new coming school corte madera tested positive for covid district officials say they suspect 3 students were infected on campus because they later determined a child attending class after testing positive. in a statement, the district superintendent says, quote, the index cases were from one family where the student tested positive and their parents knowingly sent them and their sibling to school for 7 days, marin county public health has been given the details regarding this case and the district will be taking corrective action about 75 students were exposed to this virus to the scope and case. and so they'll have to quarantine over thanksgiving break summer. our to our coronavirus coverage continues. of course, all the time. 24 7 online. you can use the qr code on your screen that will direct you straight to our website. kron 4 dot com there. you'll find the latest information including where odicron variant has been detected in the u.s. the
7:06 am
latest travel restrictions vaccine availability and more. >> well, still ahead on the kron 4 morning news results of an independent investigation into a deadly police involved shooting was finally released. what it reveals about the officers actions. plus the parents of the michigan high school shooting suspect were found this morning and a rain what they played in court. coming up after the break.
7:07 am
7:08 am
with less moderate-to-severe eczema, why hide your skin if you can help heal your skin from within? dupixent helps keep you one step ahead of eczema with clearer skin and less itch. hide my skin? not me. don't use if you're allergic to dupixent. serious allergic reactions can occur, including anaphylaxis, which is severe. tell your doctor about new or worsening eye problems, such as eye pain or vision changes, or a parasitic infection. if you take asthma medicines, don't change or stop them without talking to your doctor. ask your doctor about dupixent.
7:09 am
>> 7. '08, and new this morning, the parents of the accused high school shooter and oxford, michigan have pled not guilty to all charges. police found the parents this morning. look, people wanted posters out for james and jennifer crumbley. they were found hiding in a building that housed artwork. they say business owners spotted the car associated with the couple in that parking lot and then they called police. the couple was arraigned this morning pled not guilty to all involuntary manslaughter charges. investigators say the teens parents bought the weapon used in the school shooting last week. prosecutors say that the crumbleys actions went, quote, far beyond negligence because that gun seems to have been freely available. >> november. 21st 21 a teacher at the oxford high school observed ethan crumbley searching ammunition on his cell phone during class and reported the same to school
7:10 am
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 exchanged 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. >> a judge has set the bond to $500,000 a piece for parent. the parents of that teen. so that's developing that just came down on friday the crumbleys attorney said they left town earlier this week for their own safety and they'd return to oxford to face charges. detroit's police chief says the couple had help getting into that building where they're hiding and the person who helped them will or could face charges. dave. >> ok for today with shake off this morning. fog and will go
7:11 am
into a mostly sunny afternoon. but those temperatures have been on the cooler side as we see a lot of lower 60's replace those lower 70's also watching this king tides and into next week celebrate the holidays with big savings. find great deals on the amazon echo show 8! get up to 40% off outerwear. and cuddl duds pillows & throws starting at 40% off. plus, take an extra 25% off! and an extra $10 off when you spend $50 or more. kohl's. only wendy's serves a better breakfast, with a better biscuit. a hot, buttery treasure loaded with a fresh cracked egg, cheese and sausage or bacon. and to top it off, right now, they're just a buck. a buck? now there's no reason to go somewhere else. choose wisely. choose wendy's.
7:12 am
ding ding ] [sfx: bing bing bing ] [sfx: bloop bloop bloop ] [ sfx: bing bloop ding ding bloop bing ] the day can wait. enter the golden state, with real california dairy.
7:13 am
>> welcome back. well, happening today at sfo united airlines will be hosting the fantasy flight parade. the airline is having the parade instead of its regular fantasy flight united would normally take children from different charities and hospitals and then take them on a theme
7:14 am
journey to santas workshop this year. the airline will transform terminal 3 into a winter wonderland with holiday costumes and decorations lining the concorso. if you're flying out today, your kids will see this at the end of the parade. santa and missus claus. we'll be giving families gifts. the event starts at 2 this afternoon. dave, what is it going to be looking like for those people flying out today. of course, the events indoors. but for those people find out. >> it looks we just deal with the morning fog. you know, that's about it. and then the afternoon we'll have some lower 60's going on here. that's about the best. we're going to be a muster temperature wise. mostly sunny going on for your afternoon. there's the shot in the east bay shoreline. as you can see, our typical fog checking and it will do the same for tomorrow. here again is the shot of the east bay shoreline. this is the traffic, however upstream. we're talking about as we get into early in the week. now, this rain opportunity saint monday night, tuesday. it's not great. it doesn't look like a great, great hit of rain. but it starts a little bit of a trend. we shift
7:15 am
things. now. right now we're being kind of blocked by high pressure show you that in a minute. mid 50's along the east bay shoreline off to the east bay. 46 51 livermore 50 up to santa rosa and 52 san jose. so for future cast for this is larger. the fog we've been talking about in the central valley also around the bay area clear enough for the afternoon. looking good. does it again tonight. not quite the intensity that we're experiencing this morning. again, a bit on the cool side as we will be. getting into next week as well. air gets more interesting as we get into monday, cloud cover develops and then by monday night, some showers. here's the high pressure kind of blocking everything for right now. keeping us dry. but again, that morning, fog will make its appearance. so look ahead. we've got the early fog clearing for the afternoon. the king tides are at work here. coastal flooding the peak of which will be generally speaking, we'll say 10:00am to 01:00pm zone. that's when reaches its zenith early in the week. scattered clouds cool a shower monday night. tuesday. but there's a
7:16 am
successive hit later in the week and a more potent one by next sunday monday zone. it looks like so it's a little trend that starts to build here. that's a kind of inviting 60 san francisco today after shake off the morning fog 60 also for oakland, even san jose check-in about 62 there across the district lower 60's will be the rule course. we'll get more into this in the 4 zone forecast and check out your extended as well. sarah. >> a new independent report released by vallejo and its police department complain or claims rather, that the deadly police shooting of sean monterrosa happened last june. they claim it was not reasonable. the 22 year-old was shot while officers responding to a looting at walgreens following the death of george george floyd kron four's. phillipe djegal has more details. >> 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
7:17 am
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
7:18 am
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 officer 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
7:19 am
all kron 4 news. >> the city of oakland currently has 676 police officers. and that is the lowest level in more than a decade. and it's below the threshold for return for retaining the measure z funds. that measure is a parcel tax approved by voters in 2014 and helps pay for fire and violence protection prevention services. city leaders have different ideas on how to address this shortage in officers. oakland. mayor libby schaff says her plan is to immediately hire 60 officers including 20 positions that are currently frozen in the city's budget. >> 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 it. >> the mayor's plan would cost roughly 5.8 million dollars
7:20 am
earlier this week. oakland city council president shane she wants to recruit more officers by offering a $50,000 hiring incentive. the council is expected to discuss both plans next week. the contra costa county sheriff's department is adding its own man power to try and stop any more retail crimes. officials say a special detail of contra, costa deputy sheriffs. we'll be conducting patrols in downtown walnut creek. this holiday season. the response coming after 90 people stormed the nordstrom store in broadway plaza last month on tuesday, the walnut creek city council approved spending 2 million dollars in federal relief money to add extra police officers and security cameras to broadway plaza as well. oakland police are trying to find the people they say robbed a photographer of their cameras their camera at gunpoint. it happened yesterday afternoon around 3.30, at the west, oakland bart station on 5th street. police say the photographer was on assignment with the san
7:21 am
francisco chronicle when they were rob says another journalist being robbed. their camera. the photographer was not injured. the suspected robbers fled the area in a car, but police have not revealed any details as to what type of car it was. well, still ahead on the kron 4 morning news the warriors bounce back after their loss against the sun will show you what happened in last night's game after the break. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby...don't say a word... but if slow upload speeds turns your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me?
7:22 am
shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year. limited availability in select areas. call 1.877.only.att.
7:23 am
limited availability in select areas. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ with chase security features, guidance and convenience, banking feels good.
7:24 am
chase. make more of what's yours. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> you came for the golden state warriors. the ducks hosting the sun's at chase center phoenix and won 18 straight heading into this game, including win over the warriors on tuesday. we're start. steph curry ready to bounce back from the were shooting night of his career in that game on tuesday. 1st quarter. ford won just anderson just hammers that one down the dunk heard around the world pack outer space even he had 17 points off the bench and of the first the from way downtown on that one. does set a 7 nothing run. they lead by 7 after a quarter 2nd quarter action curry behind the back here on the drive. puts it in hand. one warriors up 13 points later in the quarter.
7:25 am
with a stepback 3. he can do that in his sleep. he finished with 23 points, but the lead was cut to 3 at the half. 3rd quarter haul away again. it's a pool party. dubs guard, jordan poole with the trade to get the lead back up to 11 pool had 14 points in the game. final quarter warriors piling it on gary payton. the second the steel he's so quick and bouncy the tongan. the other and hanging on the rim to 9479 warriors gp 2 with 19 off the bench jta here with a funky flipped jobs that would does fall along with jta himself told a state with a 17 point lead. finally, andrew wiggins, just the nail in the coffin at this point hits 3 of his 19 points warriors up 20 for the suns have seen enough warriors win one 1896. the final day. take back the best record in the nba to 19 3. up
7:26 am
next, the san antonio >> we settle down, you know, after sort of disastrous final 4 minutes of the 2nd quarter where we filed. over and over i thought we were really poised to an and competed played really hard and earned a a really good one. so a lot of fun. it's always fun to win. you know, that last was tough for all of us. but you move forward. a lot. it's 82 games in a season and. i mean, that's a great way to respond to adversity. so we do that last game in the toilet we learn from it and made adjustments to carry the ball. more than we did the other night. so what a difference a day makes. right. >> jta all bundled up there it is a chilly night. look at that. santa clara one game away from heading back to the national championships taking on byu home we go straight over time. the cougars, chance to win it. but broncos keepers
7:27 am
kiley fouche. what a save tips it over the crossbar santa clara stays alive. second overtime here. the broncos izzy tequilla, his header cleared by the defender. this one goes to shoot out penalties byu is libya way gives the cougars lead 3 to santa clara with one shot to tie it. kelly glenn. and it's far right. the season, unfortunately is over. byu wins it in pks. they will play florida state for the national title on monday. >> you know, only texas is the way we decide our games. it's wonderful un as we did in the national championship last year you know, it's really tough when you lose in penalty kicks as we get today. >> head coach jerry smith there. a legend in bay area soccer sharks versus rangers madison square garden. a san jose fan enjoying a cold one in new york first period. ryan strome. cats won on the power play scores for the rangers. one zip new york that goal
7:28 am
would hold up. surprisingly, the sharks trying to tie it up with seconds left. they just couldn't put it in the back the net san jose loses one nothing there at the columbus blue jackets on sunday. that does it for sports. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby...don't say a word... but if slow upload speeds turns your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds
7:29 am
for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year. limited availability in select areas. call 1.877.only.att.
7:30 am
limited availability in select areas. back. and good morning. it's 7.30 on this saturday. let's start this half hour with a look at our forecast with dave sphar in the weather center. >> dave, what are we looking. and you mentioned some fog
7:31 am
earlier. yeah, we're just a deal with the fog this morning. sarah will do a little bit of that tomorrow as well as kind of think that when you get off the solano county in the. >> central valley. it looks like so is a formality solano county. you've got to wait to about 11 o'clock until this as a formality starts to lift in terms of a dense fog advisory. what we have beyond that are the king ties as we take a look at half moon bay going on here. tide is fairly low. all those a building. it's coming up now at all locations, the big view of the storm tracker. you can kind of get an outline of the high pressure sells. everything is playing. keep away that big dose of cloud cover that will drop in here on monday and monday night. we have our first chance of picking up some showers back to this. a flood advisory that's on a watch. excuse me. okay. the wrong texas up there. i apologize. but it's a a coastal flood advisory that's in place and that will be until 3 o'clock on sunday. it hits its peak. there going on the colors. ation is correct. but it will hit its peak between 10:00am and 01:00pm temperature check for you. lower to middle 50's on the board for right now will
7:32 am
not do much better for that for afternoon highs. even with the winds now, speaking of winds, i do want dances for till sunday. we do see a little pop happen into sunday afternoon evening here just a little bit around the coastal areas. a touch kind of advance of that system here. so for today we're tart turning mostly sunny by noon by the early afternoon. we're still about 58. so it's kind of chilly, even though you see the sun in not a whole lot in the way of winds going on here. so this weekend pretty quiet with that sunshine. but early into next week. our first shot of rain. there is more upstream and i'll show you that coming up in just a bit. sarah, thank you, dave. >> many in the bay area are mourning the loss of charlotte schultz. the san francisco institution spent decades serving the city as chief of protocol schultz later served in the same capacity for the state of california. she spoke a few years ago a former mayor ed lee's funeral and then by several mayors over the years. schultz helped host for leaders when they visited and was a power player in high
7:33 am
profile city circles serving on the boards of the san francisco ballet symphony and opera. senator feinstein tweeted saying she's heartbroken after losing her best friend, her husband, george shultz, the former secretary of state died earlier this year at the age of 100 charlotte schultz was 88. >> we didn't deserve this. he the tire. he was just you know, look at the state is and we just need the closure. we all like this open ended, not knowing how some of that we love pass to ad was a security guard and he was out there to protect the news cast. we need justice for him. >> remembering kevin nishita and pursuing justice in his name. family members share their stories of the man who gave his life to protect a member of our kron 4 family. he's protected me at one point today marks one week since
7:34 am
kevin's death. he died last saturday after being shot in downtown oakland just one day before thanksgiving. a reward of over $32,000 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest. his family now morning asking the public for help. kron four's. pam moore spoke to the family as they try to focus on their loving memories instead of their pain. miss him. with image. miss him. >> he was a big part of this family. those are king. i protector our 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 more rain. all say he spent his life protecting his family and his career protecting the community
7:35 am
losing his life in the process. now they are trying 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 you. 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 joke us. >> he was big on being a grandfather and he loved his dog cali. dog misses a very much. >> so. really hard see the
7:36 am
very sad as well. >> 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 protect the people. >> but ask them on certain cases. look how can i help you? he has a kind heart like that. but he wanted to. in the committee and that's why he. when the police force, 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. >> so now they reflect and
7:37 am
wait for answers in the backyard where they shared so much time together. so it's a word it's in japanese and it's. on and that means that to fist. 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 him even stronger in any situation that we were in. remember come on. and to stay strong for him. >> what a tough family they are going through a lot and means a lot to us that we've got to sit down and hear from them through all this sadness. the family is also proud that even though he's no longer here kevin issue that is still giving to his community. he donated his body to help others, including donating his skin to a young man, a burn
7:38 am
victim who needed a skin graft of course, in addition to waiting word on the police investigation. they're also planning his memorial service. if you would like to help and support the family. a fund has been set up for the issue to family a cash or check donation can be made to the kevin nishita trust at 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. you can find more stories about our beloved security guard kevin nishita on our website. so many people reached out and said amazing words about him because he was such an honorable, an amazing human being. have to do is use this qr code and then we'll take it to our website. kron 4 dot com. we'll be right back after com. we'll be right back after the break. ho. ho. ho. it's santa. we got a problem.
7:39 am
♪ ♪ wooooooo! ♪ ♪ ho! ho! ho! ♪
7:40 am
♪give my regards to broadway!♪ ♪remember me to herald square!♪ ♪tell all the gang at forty second street♪
7:41 am
♪that i will soon be there!♪ ♪whisper of how i'm yearning♪ ♪to mingle with the old-time throng!♪ ♪give my regards to old broadway♪ ♪and say that i'll be there, 'ere long!♪ terrifying moment for parents in san francisco. police say a woman tried to kidnap their 2 children. it happened around 3 o'clock thursday afternoon on lake street in the city's richmond district police say a woman was caring for a 3 year-old and a one year old. one. aaron williams of sebastopol approached her grabbed the 3 year-old from her arms and tried to run away the victim chased after williams and got the child back. police say williams then tried to grab the one year-old from the stroller but was unsuccessful. she was soon arrested and booked on the
7:42 am
charges of kidnapping and child endangerment. a 71 year-old petaluma man was arrested thanksgiving weekend for operating in the legal chop shop. the man was coming into the san francisco on a cruise ship when the petaluma police department was notified. police say wayne craig are has had an outstanding warrant since 2019. he was wanted for grand theft charges involving 3 classic porsche the dance but was unable to be located up until this point got off that boat. and then he was a detained. police say the 3 stolen porsche's were discovered, one in santa rosa, another in novato and the other one in the shop right here in the bay area. there was also evidence of other possible stolen cars car parts. fake registration, papers and materials to to counterfeit vehicle and identification numbers at both vestigation his still very much ongoing. dave. >> all right. we're looking at temperatures into the lower 60's for highs today we have
7:43 am
the fog to contend with a little bit off to the east bay particular will take a few hours kind of shake that off even though we'll see lots of sun. but on the cool side and we're hunting and pecking for som ♪ ♪ you are my fire ♪
7:44 am
♪ the one desire ♪ ♪ you are, you are, ♪ ♪ don't wanna hear you say... ♪ ♪ ♪ i want it that way ♪
7:45 am
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> some 45 on this saturday. and take a look at this. it snowed on the big island of hawaii. time last time lapse images show you right here them on a it showed if it was winter up there. can you believe that lots of fog covered too. it was dumping
7:46 am
snow in the higher elevation areas. the national weather service says the area could see up to 12 inches of snow and heavy wind gusts up to 100 miles per hour. that would not be fun if you're trying to snowboard up there. dave, what do you think about that. >> altitude equals latitudes, sometimes a game of the games. you get high enough in the atmosphere. you can get snow anytime you want going on there. yeah. you mentioned a couple from buffalo, new york, connie it's snow to the that at what we've got going on. here's a live shot of the half moon bay and we expect those king tides to be active for this weekend as well. so we have an advisory that's been posted on that meanwhile, want to send you up to the mountains real quick to show you the forecast getting into this first little about of a shower or 2. only looking at cloudy skies into monday and then clearing back up tuesday. it's excessive systems to be a little bit more excited about, if you will, lower 50's, by the way, for those temperatures monday into tuesday. back to the flooding situation with the king tides and all this is for this weekend through 3 o'clock on sunday. the peak of the action
7:47 am
will be, say 10:00am to say one about that and you're flooding in the low-lying areas and lots of parking lots parks roads, that sort of thing areas that, you know, are prone to that type of flooding connecting to the water in terms of the bay or the open ocean. just things to take away from that morning fog. yeah, we're dealing with that. it's a bit thicker today that it will probably be tomorrow clearing out. it looks like as we get into the afternoon. so it should be sunny, although cool during the fog thing again, it looks like tomorrow. again, clearing out. and then here comes some earnest cloud cover start to get into monday. now and that's that first bout that i just mentioned there of a potential showers. so in the long range, we do this. okay. alright, that's monday. anything else here and we go out further thursday. that's kind of interesting. some mountain snow is there as well. get into the following weekend and then into sunday monday lou. that's a little juicy there. so hopefully this gets a little better with later forecast model runs will least hold on to that because that looks kind of nice. all
7:48 am
right. 4 zone forecast for your saturday 60's san francisco looks like this again will be with afternoon sun 60 about at the coast lower 60's do it at the bay 63 for foster city 61 for palo alto. even on here, the south bay temperatures are not real active. 62 san jose santa clara matching also cupertino east bay shoreline to the south at about 60 matched in tri valley. 63 for walnut creek. 62 conquered 58 for berkeley. les, what, 60 fairfield 62 watch for that fog lingering around to the late morning hours 61 for napa in 60 petaluma 7 day forecast. the opportunity is for slight shower there. there's another chance also on thursday. but we stay in the 60's a winner. this is starting to feel more like it. high temperatures as we head to the latter portion of the week. go dropping to the lower 50's by friday. sarah, thank you, dave. >> actor alec baldwin says someone is responsible for the deadly rust movie set shooting, but he says it's not him in his first television
7:49 am
interview since the accidental shooting that killed cinematographer helena hutchins baldwin claims not only did he never pulled the trigger of the gun. he also says he does not feel responsible for her death. the interview comes as a criminal investigation is still underway in new mexico. our reporter nancy loo has more. >> mister baldwin says he doesn't want to portray himself as a victim and yet he portrays himself as a victim attorney. gloria allred is fired up over the alec baldwin interview last night she stands by recent claim that baldwin played russian roulette and should have checked the prop gun that killed halyna hutchins. yes, he does have responsibility and just relying on assistant directors say colgan and not checking for himself. >> that is not excusable. he was pointing. >> the gun at the mother of his own children. would he have been more cautious in his exclusive interview with abc
7:50 am
news anchor george stephanopoulos baldwin expressed disdain for the 2 crew members who have filed suit. >> ahead of matthew hutchens. the cinematographers newly widowed husband and single father visit. >> couple different policies. there's a pool of money that's available. that is finite. you can access more money somehow to pursue people individually and find them individually responsible. i just found the filing of the 2 lawsuits. civil lawsuits in advance of matthew filing. his lawsuit. i found that to be. the 2 suits already filed naming baldwin and dozens of others are on behalf of lighting director sergei that neu. >> and script supervisor mamie mitchell who has represented by allred relive the shooting and the sound of the explosion. from the gun over and over again. the attorney and the other lawsuit has claimed the action is not about money. >> this lawsuit is to make these kinds of unsafe conditions that happened too much on movie sets. stop now.
7:51 am
>> that was nancy loo reporting, according to all read the ball. when interview will be helpful and useful when they take his dep%sition under oath in their case. prosecutors have rested their case in the jussie smollett trial after key testimony from their 2 star witnesses. 2 brothers testified that empire actor plotted a racist and anti-gay attack on himself back in 2019 and paid them to carry it out. they said smollett even gave them lines to shout and pointed out a surveillance camera he said would capture the hoax on video. smollett faces 6 felony counts of giving a false report to police. he denies the attack was fake. a jury has been seated for the trial of a former minnesota police officer who was shot and killed dante wright during a traffic stop. kim potter claims she mixed up her gun and taser when she shot right
7:52 am
last april, 9 of the 12 jurors likely to deliberate are white with one black member of the jury and 2 who are asian. that's in line with the demographics of the county where the shooting happened. it is less diverse than the jury that convicted former minneapolis officer derek chauvin in george floyd's death. the trial is expected to start next week. we'll continue to follow that for now, stick with us. we'll have more news after the break.
7:53 am
7:54 am
7:55 am
happening today, oakland mayor libby schaaf is delivering toys to the community at 2 different toy drives. they are both part of the 42nd annual community toy drives in oakland. the first location for donations will take place at oakland city hall from noona until 2 in the afternoon. the mayor will also be enjoying holiday shopping in the rockbridge commercial district. the second toy drive known as rockbridge holly days will be at rockridge bart plaza in various locations on college avenue will go on from one until 2 in the afternoon there will also be live entertainment. if you feel like getting in the giving spirit and councilmember raul peralez is bringing together community partners to provide holiday trees to families. it's part of the annual tradition where he distributes 300 trees to families in district 3, the tree pickups
7:56 am
will be drive-thru only and county health orders will be in mask-wearing, of course, the christmas trees are also reserved in advance and families are encouraged to call the roosevelt community center to sign up for the waiting list. you can see that number on your screen. the event will take place from 9 this morning. 2 in the afternoon. so lots of events in the east bay and take a look at this. this wild in american skies. surfer that it's called sky surf and never heard of it. look at this headed to egypt and to set a new world record. keith snyder took the plunge from 13,000 feet up. look at that. and you spends around like a helicopter while upside down how he doesn't just vomit or pastel. i don't know. he set a world record by doing 160 of these helicopters spins. and then he landed safely. this all happened over the great pyramids of giza. look at that. that is insane. well, still ahead on the next hour of the kron 00:00am morning
7:57 am
news omicron cases detected in alameda county. how the people got infected. >> what health experts are saying about the variant. plus the state's attorney general came to the bay area after he says 5 people stole almost 8 million dollars in merchandise in retail thefts. that's coming up. stick with us. we'll be right back.
7:58 am
[ sfx: bzzz bzzz bzzz ] [ sfx: ping ping beep beep bloop bloop ] [ sfx: honk ] [ sfx: pop pop pop pop ] [ sfx: pop ping bloop pop ping bloop ] the day can wait.
7:59 am
enter the golden state with real california dairy.
8:00 am
>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at >> good morning and thank you so much for joining us for the kron 4 morning news. i'm sarah stinson and today is saturday, december 4th. we've got a lot of news to get to sports. but first, let's start with weather. we've got dave sphar in the weather center. dave, we had a lot of sunshine this week and then it got cold. we've got a cold front hall. >> yeah, and now we're going to recover a little bit in terms of sky conditions. take care of the morning fog. all that in the afternoon but still remaining cool not just for this weekend but also into next week as well so they can start feeling more like winter here. so that spring time feel that's been retired a little bit. so get progressively cooler by the end of the week, particularly live shot coming in from half moon bay. look at that. we have fog. we have cloud cover. that's right for the morning hours. it looks like there is a dense fog advisories, a formality for solano county tentatively not for the rest of the day. and one of the reasons why this is another forecast office from
8:01 am
sacramento. but you can see all the coverage area there that is contained in the sacramento valley. this is what it looks like in the projections as we get around 1011, that's when it starts to clear on out. so for the flooding we're talking about this because the king tides at work here. flood advisory for all those sensitive areas through 03:00pm on sunday and flooding will be most apparent in the late morning hours to around noon or so. this is flooding low-lying lots and parks and roads and all that sort of thing. anything that ties directly into the open ocean or the open bay and the high tide should be starting or should be hitting. there's enough here about 10:11am, around noon period as well. now we've got the upper 40's lower 50's for right now. mid 50's along the east bay shoreline 46 chilly degrees for antioch. but even as the sun comes out this afternoon temperatures a bit on the chilly side. lower 60's is what you can expect coming up in a bit. we'll be looking at more to that and also into next week. there's a couple opportunities for rain showers to get better as the week wears on sarah. >> thank you, dave. we're
8:02 am
turning now to a developing story in the east bay officials find several cases of the omicron variant in alameda county. this comes days after the first omicron case in the united states was detected here in san francisco. kron fours camila barco live in the newsroom with more details. camilla. yes, so at least 5 people in alameda county have been diagnosed with the omicron variant. now their symptoms are mild, but. >> all of them are vaccinated and no one needed to be hospitalized and alameda county public health officer says that these cases are among 12 covid cases in the county. these patients all attending a wedding in wisconsin. one of them traveled internationally before that event. the group came back infected with covid-19 and now 5 of them are diagnosed with the omicron variant. ages range between 18 to 49 a local infectious disease expert is hopeful that this variant may not make people as sick as other variants like delta. >> there are some tantalizing.
8:03 am
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. >> local public health officials are looking for these variants, which is why we're hearing more of them pop up a state lab use genomic sequencing to identify the 5 omicron cases in alameda county. however, genomic sequencing is not yet available for all 12 covid cases in the meantime, officials continue to ask people to get vaccinated, get tested if they're symptomatic and stay home. if you're sick. sarah, back to you. thanks, camila. look forward to report at 9 o'clock for now in the north bay 8 students at new coming school in corte madera tested positive for covid district officials say they suspect 3 students were infected on campus. >> because they later determined a child attended
8:04 am
class after testing positive. in a statement, the district superintendent says, quote, the index cases were from one family with a student tested positive and their parents knowingly sent them to their siblings and their sibling to school for 7 days. marin county public health has been given the details regarding this case and the district will make a corrective action about 75 students were exposed to the virus and had to quarantine over the thanksgiving break. doctor anthony fauci says there is new evidence to suggest getting a booster shot will protect you against any variant of covid. fauci says the extra dose provides a level of neutralizing covid antibodies that could offer protection against omicron, although it's still too early to say for sure. >> there's every reason to believe that if you get vaccinated and boosted that you would have at least some degree of cross protection. very likely against severe disease even against the
8:05 am
omicron variant. >> despite the attention omicron is getting the cdc says 99.9% of all new covid cases in the u.s. are from the delta variant in majority of them are in people who have been who have not been vaccinated. tsa plans to extend a mask mandate for public transportation in an effort to curtail the spread of omicron delta variance of covid-19 the court requirement covers planes trains and buses. the mandate was set to expire in mid january. but now it's being extended another 2 months to mid-march because of omicron variant and now that it's been detected on us soil since september. people who have not been complying with the mask mandate have been find anywhere from 500 to $3,000. google employees will not be required to return to the office next month as scheduled due to omicron employees were set to return on 1/10/2022 which was an
8:06 am
extension itself. they just keep extending it in extending it in a memo. the company said they do not have a new return date at this time. and we'll assess the covid situation after the new year. probably good call. well, coming up the warning morning news, new consequences announce 4 members of a retail ring behind some smash-and-grab robberies in the bay area. >> plus the parents of the michigan high school shooting suspect were found this morning. the also fled in court. what today? will tell court. what today? will tell you coming up after the break. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby...don't say a word... but if slow upload speeds turns your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds
8:07 am
for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year. limited availability in select areas. call 1.877.only.att. genexa is the first clean medicine company. when i'm sick, i don't want some wimpy medicine. -well we're vegans. -with gluten allergies. -is genexa right for me? -yes! look for genexa, the first clean medicine company. (honks and cheers)
8:08 am
8:09 am
>> welcome back. new this morning, the parents of the accused high school shooter in oxford, michigan have pled not guilty to all counts. the couple was arraigned this morninglafter police finally found them. police say james and jennifer crumbley were hiding in a building that house art work. they say business owner spotted the car associated with the couple in the parking lot and called police. the couple pled not guilty to all involuntary manslaughter charges. investigators say the teens parents bought the semiautomatic weapon used in the school shooting last week. prosecutors say that the crumbleys actions went, quote, far beyond negligence because that gun seem to be freely available. >> november 21st 21 a teacher at the oxford high school
8:10 am
observed ethan crumbley 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 exchanged 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. >> this morning a judge has set the bond at $500,000 for each parent on friday. the crumbleys attorneys said they left town earlier this week for their own safety and they returned oxford to face charges. clearly that didn't happen. detroit's police chief says the couple had help getting into the building where they were hiding and the person who helped them could also face charges. >> alright for today. we'll
8:11 am
see fog clear out. turning to sunny skies all the temperatures a bit on the cool side and also watching those king tides rain well into next week. we have a couple of opportunities for them. keep it. 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.
8:12 am
but our here, we are just getting started. only wendy's serves a better breakfast, with a better biscuit. a hot, buttery treasure loaded with a fresh cracked egg, cheese and sausage or bacon. and to top it off, right now, they're just a buck. a buck? now there's no reason to go somewhere else. choose wisely. choose wendy's.
8:13 am
[ sfx: ding ding ding ] [ phone buzzing ] [ sfx: bing bing bing ] [ sfx: bing bloop ding ding bloop bing ] the day can wait... enter the golden state, with real california dairy.
8:14 am
>> welcome back. we've got a warning for people in marin county marine water says you're drinking water may smell and taste. a little different. officials say that in response to the drought. they had to change their water sources in order to manage the water supply. the water has been described as tasting or smelling musty or earthy. it's a nice way of putting it. we're in water says the water is still safe to drink. so that's good news. and now it's time to check in with our weather. meteorologist dave spahr standing by is always waiting to tell us what we can expect today. dave. bush can you please tell me why the floor is that what you're saying? the florida you yield the floor. take it. take >> well, good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. the clouds and fog, as you can see from afternoon bay with us this morning. that will do the same thing tomorrow, but probably not as potent or as well and council. trent, as this is we're even though this fog will lift this afternoon. temperatures will be on the
8:15 am
cool side so that feel of spring that we had last forget about it. the 60's are here to stay. now we do have this high pressure still kind of in places where goes up and around it. it will break down, however, by early in the week. we have our first opportunity for a shower temperature checked lower to middle 50's line at the east bay shoreline dropping off the lower 50's 47 for antioch. 49 for santa rosa 53. meanwhile for san jose. so there's that fog that we talked about the central valley. you can see clears out this afternoon. kind of returns a little bit for tomorrow, although not as strong. and then we start to get into monday. and that's when we start to see a little bit of a change some scattered clouds for monday. an opportunity for shower monday night into tuesday. there's another success of one later in the week and then one into the weekend and following weeks. we'll be watching that carefully because that looks like the best of the bunch. again, it's high pressure for right now. we're dry with the fog issues going on. that's based your weekend forecast. then things change a little bit into next week. so utterly fog and clouds going on.
8:16 am
clearing king tides are with us. coastal flooding. watch out scattered clouds and cool early in the week. a shower opportunity monday night, tuesday it's better later in the week though, variable clouds and a better chances as we get to the latter portion of the week and into the following week, 60's san francisco matching that for oakland 62 san jose mostly sunny in the afternoon, of course, and still cool even in the south bay. readings across most the district. we'll be in the lower 60. so this is not 70 degree territory or racing ahead like we saw from last week in a bit. we'll have that 4 zone forecast. look at the extended or watch the models for that better chance of rain showers sarah. >> thank you, dave. one of the largest retail theft bus in california history has made it right here in the bay area attorney general rob bonta made the announcement in san mateo county. that's where he says 5 defendants were arrested in september for stealing nearly 8 million dollars in merchandise. kron four's rob nesbit has more.
8:17 am
>> 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 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 ran the operation. this stolen property beimg purchased stam from retail theft. commercial burglaries
8:18 am
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 lines with an increase of retail thefts as well as smash-and-grabs in the bay area. >> attorneys 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. >> the conscious, the contra costa county sheriff's department is adding its own man power to try and stop any more retail crimes. officials say a special detail of contra, costa deputy sheriffs will be conducting patrols in downtown walnut creek this holiday season. the response
8:19 am
coming after it. 90 people stormed in raided the nordstrom store and broadway plaza last month on tuesday, the walnut creek city council approves spending 2 million dollars in federal relief money to add extra police officers and security cameras to broadway plaza as well. the city of oakland currently has 676 police officers. that is the lowest level in more than a decade. and it is below the threshold for retaining measures. the funds that measures a partial tax approved by voters in 2014 and helps pay for fire and violence prevention services. city leaders have different ideas on how to address the shortage in officers. oakland. mayor libby schaff says her plan is to immediately hire 60 officers including 20 positions that are currently frozen in the city's budget. >> we are able to put forward that budget proposal through a combination of savings, particularly salary savings
8:20 am
equipment savings. so this act will not result in any reduction of any other services that the city provides. >> the mayor's plan would roughly cost 5.8 million dollars earlier this week. oakland city council president shane she wants to recruit more officers by offering a $50,000 hiring incentive. the council is expected to discuss both plans next week. oakland police are trying to find the people they say robbed a photographer. another journalist of their camera at gunpoint. it happened yesterday afternoon around 3.30, at the west oakland bart station on 5th street. police say the photographer was on assignment with the san francisco chronicle when they were robbed. the photographer not injured. thankfully the suspected robbers flood the area in a car, but police have not revealed any details as to what type of car it was. well, coming up on the kron 4 morning news if you're trying to save money this new online
8:21 am
grocery store maybe the best option. and we'll tell you more about that when we come back. >> when the break. stick with us. i'm morgan, and there's more to me than hiv. more love, more adventure, more community. but with my hiv treatment, there's not more medicines in my pill. i talked to my doctor and switched to fewer medicines with dovato. dovato is for some adults who are starting hiv-1 treatment or replacing their current hiv-1 regimen. with just 2 medicines in 1 pill, dovato is as effective as a 3-drug regimen... to help you reach and stay undetectable. research shows people who take hiv treatment as prescribed and get to and stay undetectable can no longer transmit hiv through sex. don't take dovato if you're allergic to its ingredients or if you take dofetilide. taking dovato with dofetilide can cause serious or life-threatening side effects. hepatitis b can become harder to treat while on dovato. don't stop dovato without talking to your doctor, as your hepatitis b may worsen or become life-threatening.
8:22 am
serious or life-threatening side effects can occur, including allergic reactions, lactic acid buildup, and liver problems. if you have a rash and other symptoms of an allergic reaction, stop dovato and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have kidney or liver problems, or if you are, may be, or plan to be pregnant. dovato may harm your unborn baby. use effective birth control while on dovato. do not breastfeed while taking dovato. most common side effects are headache, nausea, diarrhea, trouble sleeping, tiredness, and anxiety. so much goes into who i am. hiv medicine is one part of it. ask your doctor about dovato-i did. ♪ ebenezer. ebenezer. marley? first you will see the past. excuse me! coming through! ugh! and then...the present. and finally, ebenezer...the future!
8:23 am
introducing the all-electric eqs. happy holidays from mercedes-benz. >> welcome back on this saturday. we always look for ways to save money here and there products sold at a new type of online grocery store might be able to save you a few dollars. rich demuro tries it out for us and shows us
8:24 am
what it's like in today'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 at misfits market, the savings could be if you don't mind carrots that are a bit crooked weekly might be chop up because come up. they're going to be just fine. apples that aren't an a plus. this apple might have some markings on it. that might keep you from picking it up at the store. but it's going to taste just find upside down labels or best buy dates less than 6 weeks out. so pretty good. a new type of online grocery store with imperfect products and big savings might be right for you. >> we describe ourselves as over strong line their rescues that would otherwise go to waste on the rim. a h is founder and ceo of misfits market a rapidly expanding online grocery store now delivering to most it codes in
8:25 am
44 states for the average basket. you buy every week you're going to save between 30 to 50% misfit 72 boxes full of sample products organic mary's. taste really nice. they offer fruits and vegetables broccoli knee. there's that's the missed it, but it looks fine to and seafood. this is a grass-fed beef strips take deli and bakery items and more some things to arrive amid damage. there's always a 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 they're pretty 6 to maybe they're too small. there she the little bit. we are. and so, you know, grocery stores don't want an item 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 $30 shipping a flat five-fifty you are hurting environment a
8:26 am
positive way the same way. >> money. what you're doing. so this 3 main reasons. >> i mean, a solid with the produce and i rolled up the chicken and salmon and i had no complaints from my kids whatsoever. in fact, they said the salmon with some of the best they ever had. all right. if i learn more about misfits market. you go to my website. it is rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. >> well, we sure are honda and the national highway traffic safety administration is recalling thousands of suvs and pickups. this is due to safety issues with the hoods. >> the cars under recall are 2016 to 2019 pilot and passport suvs uncertain. 2017 in twenty-twenty ridgeline pickup trucks. there seems to be a gap up in the front that is allowing more air to come through and that could possibly lift the hood when the cars traveling on the freeway. i would not be good. so we've got more details on that on kron 4 dot com, especially if you have one of
8:27 am
those cars. >> now at a 26. we still have a lot of news to get to. so after the break, we have got that for you. plus, weather. that for you. plus, weather. so is with us here. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby...don't say a word... but if slow upload speeds turns your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year. limited availability in select areas. call 1.877.only.att. ♪ don't worry mom, we'll be there soon. "we?!" is this "the one". well... let's say i found the one who takes me to another level... always stays calm under pressure. most importantly, the one that helps me discover the coolest places. this sounds wonderful... come outside, i'll introduce you! they're here. ♪
8:28 am
definitely "the one". ha... ha... introducing the all-new 2022 nissan frontier. ♪ ♪ i'm a reporter for the new york times. if you just hold it like this. yeah. ♪ i love finding out things that other people don't want me to know. mm-hmm. [beep] i just wanted to say... ♪ find yourself in these situations and see who you are. and that's just part of the bargain. ♪
8:29 am
this holiday, save on gifts from the best brands. we're talking 20% off nike. of the bargain. 25% off champion. and 25% off under armour. plus, earn kohl's cash and get free store pickup! kohl's. >> well, new research is painting a bleak picture of california winters without mountain snow in our near future. the study published in the journal nature reviews earth and environment found that snowless winters could
8:30 am
become a regular occurrence along the west coast in as little as 35 years. if we don't reduce greenhouse gas emissions. this could majorly impact our water supply and have rippling effects on soil plants and wildlife. scientists say in many ways the changes have already begun with drought emergencies and record setting heat. this summer. gosh, i hope we get some snow and some rain. we need it so badly. and that's why this morning on this half hour. we're going to start with the forecast. dave spahr is in the weather center. dave, we have any chance of rain coming up because i've got my snowboard ski past and i'm ready to go hit the slopes. well, you know what we do have a juice. your system getting in here next weekend. and later into that. so. >> maybe monday, tuesday, the following week he can get get that broken in a little builder only because those ski resorts, they're not even able to open up its devastating. yeah, even though their manufacturing some snow, but mother nature will help out in. there's a better dose again happening about a week
8:31 am
or so. so a little patience will get something going here. but definitely we need a lot more than we have and probably will be getting here, too. we have a la nina year here. kind of in your face la nina, as we get to next weekend. for now, though, we're dry. we're dealing with the fog. i was trying to show you the south bay here the crane is back. but the important issue is notice how it's still cloudy up. they're going on. that's kind of the point of driving home because a lot of times there. sometimes the fog will make it into the south bay as it does elsewhere. also, we have some coastal flooding to contend with the king tides at it again through 3 o'clock on sunday, flooding through the late morning hours early afternoon. it could be the game plan here flooding for those low lying. lots parks roads. that sort of thing. any places kind of prone to flooding during the king ide. just take a little easy there and some area roadways and bypass and so forth. okay. so what we have here in stormtracker 4 as high pressure controlling things for this weekend. latter portion weekend into early next week. there's a token opportunity for showers a little bit better for the week's end. mid-fifties line
8:32 am
up the east bay shoreline. we've got upper 40's lower 50's up in the north bay. 47 chilly degrees, antioch and 53. meanwhile, san jose, what a run through the wind gusts for the future. the future cast real quickly here. this is sunday into the afternoon. there's a little bit of a pop that happens in some wind sensitive areas. the kind of variable winds that are at work. looks like it's trying to get a little bit of an onshore or offshore wind developing up its county just a touch. so let's to 55 by high noon to 3 o'clock 58 or 60 issue outgoing kind of struggling all day even though we have lots of sun going on here for you. we'll check a little bit more on those longer range forecast models that look good. and the extended as well. sarah. >> thank you. days in national news, a new bill in congress aims to stop the biden administration from giving payments to undocumented immigrants who were separated at the southern border during the trump administration. washington, dc correspondent reshad hudson has more. >> i think that this is
8:33 am
wrongheaded policy west virginia senator shelley moore capito wants to ban payouts to migrant families who were separated at the southern border it's astronomical to take 450,000. per child migrants. his children were taken from them at the border are now in settlement talks with the federal government. >> and you lost shot. you lost your he >> although capita disagreed with the separation policy under president trump and i think families matter, you know, should should be able to remain together even if they enter illegally. she doesn't think taxpayers should foot the bill. >> but ohio senator sherrod brown says the federal government making payments like this. it's not a new idea. we've got it. >> and agriculture. we've done it in business. we should do it for human beings. >> brown says the government has the responsibility to make things right. but when government. does something
8:34 am
that. ends up creating hardship for families and wrong. people government does something about it regardless of what happens with the payments capital says the ultimate solution is border security. the best thing we can do is make sure that people are not entering this country illegally reporting in washington. reshad hudson. >> despite a disappointing jobs report president biden is maintaining an optimistic tone about the u.s. economy predictions from economists about was about half a million new jobs would be added in november. instead, we saw less than half of that number. the unemployment rate has dropped by more than 2% since president biden took office. the president said that combined with tax credits to families many americans are better off today. then before he took office even after accounting for rising inflation. >> at this point. the year we're looking at the sharpest
8:35 am
one-year decline in unemployment ever only leading economy in the world for household income and the economy as a whole are stronger than they were before the pandemic. >> republican house leader kevin mccarthy says the white house is downplaying current economic concerns caused by inflation and supply chain problems. fed chair jerome powell said this week that supply chain problems and inflation are due to the pandemic and that economists still widely expect inflation in prices to fall significantly over the next year. as roe v wade is challenged in the u.s. supreme court by more than 2 dozen republican led states. california is bracing for high demand for the procedure from out of state patients. a planned parenthood ceo representing bay area clinics and governor gavin newsom shared their thoughts on this matter. kron four's ella sogomonian has more. >> as the supreme court weighs whether to drastically curtail abortion rights. california is preparing for an anticipated
8:36 am
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
8:37 am
abortion restrictions in court. we are looking. >> at ways to support that inevitability and looking at ways to expand our protections legally and but also looking budgetary supports. >> it's a 36 on this saturday morning. and coming up on the kron 00:00am morning news. 2 women are trying to return a scrapbook to its rightful owner how this can turn into a special christmas gift to a veterans family.
8:38 am
8:39 am
when you take a stain drug to reduce cholesterol, it can also deplete your coq10 levels. qunol can help restore this important heart health nutrient. qunol the better coq10. ♪ ritz cheese crispers. where the crispiness of ritz meets the bold taste of cheese. i need a bite. try cheesy, crispy ritz cheese crispers. only from ritz.
8:40 am
>> a terrifying moment for parents in san francisco. police say a woman tried to kidnap their 2 children. it happened around 3 o'clock thursday afternoon on lake street in the city's richmond district. police say woman was caring for a 3 year-old and a one year-old when aaron williams of sebastopol approached her grabbed the 3 year-old from her arms and tried to run away the victim chased after williams and got the child back. police say williams then tried to grab the one year-old from the stroller but was unsuccessful. she was soon arrested and booked on charges of kidnapping and child endangerment. a 71 year-old petaluma man was arrested thanksgiving weekend for operating an illegal chop shop. the man was coming into san francisco on a cruise ship when the petaluma police department were notified and they met him at the gates. police say wayne krieger has had an outstanding warrant against him since 2019. he was
8:41 am
wanted for grand theft charges involving 3 classic porsche's but was unable to be located up until now. police say the 3 stolen portions were found each at a different shop in the bay area. there was also evidence of other possible stolen cars car parts fake registration, papers and materials to fake vehicle. identification numbers at both locations. the investigation is ongoing day. >> all right. there. we're looking for temperatures to reach in the lower 60's for highs today will be sunny as what we expect into the afternoon kind of a repeat performance into tomorrow. now, early in the week, a little bout with some showers but more serious stuff later on. we'll put it together on. we'll put it together next. keep it here. genexa is the first clean medicine company. well i don't want some wimpy medicine. well i don't trust medicine made by suits. -well i hate being sick. -well we're vegans. with gluten allergies. is genexa right for me? yes! look for genexa, the first clean medicine company.
8:42 am
8:43 am
♪ ♪ you are my fire ♪ ♪ the one desire ♪ ♪ you are, you are, ♪
8:44 am
♪ don't wanna hear you say... ♪ ♪ ♪ i want it that way ♪ >> we'll take a look at this. you're heading to the big island. make sure you bring your snowboarders keys with your they key knees because look at on a k a summit shows the winter weather moving across the area dumping snow in the higher elevations. the national weather service says the area could see up to 12 inches of snow and heavy wind gusts up to 100 miles per hour. that's not something you want to ski or snowboard polygamy. but that is wild to see dave sphar is joining us now in the weather center. hey, dave, how you feel about that. snow. like you said, bring your snow skis and your bikini. yeah. but not where
8:45 am
i'm at the same time. i you definitely were about the you do with you got to wear same time. if you're going to do and why. why not get that epic shot of you use king. you heard it here first became everybody. so you're all set. >> hey, good morning, sarah. good morning, everybody. what we got today, this is to show you the fog in the cloud cover made it out of the south bay as well. it may not be as aggressive tomorrow but will still go with kind of the morning droll the fog in the morning clearing out for the afternoon. little bit of breeze starts to pop tomorrow afternoon. but on balance, not a bad weekend cooler temperatures than last weekend and last week as well. so the 60's are pretty much in the driver's seat here. let's send up to tahoe. what is that forecast look like your skis just still packed. you want to send him now. not so great here as you can see, temperature wise. there's a little opportunity monday night for maybe a little bit of snow. more later in the week. and then the following little bit of the the the et a - mother lode on this. so we're hoping okay flooding. we do have some local flooding issues being driven by the king tides flood advisory where you see the green. this
8:46 am
is through 3 o'clock on sunday. the tide hits its peak say 10:00am through 01:00pm or so. so flooding in the low-lying areas were parking. lots are that typically flood parks roads. all that you know, the king tide start to become active in your local area. that's there. you've got to watch out for. what a mention on futurecast for. here's the fog in place here you see all the players there. we had some daytime heating it mixes out. this is pretty impressive along the central valley ca sometimes of the high overhead. it becomes kind of a dome in the camp mix out to the have overcast all afternoon. model say they should be clear by the afternoon tomorrow. as you can see, not quite as impressive on that upstream or commitment to cloud cover drops in. this is the precursor motion. before we get to some potential, some showers monday night. it's looking more and more like it's going to be enough to dirty up your car. the more serious stuff. let's see what happens. longer-range here. all right. the first one. okay. applause applause, whatever and we get to the latter portion a week. hey,
8:47 am
this is worth noting some mountain snow. sarah, there you go. and then we get to pass next weekend early into the following week. hey, this looks pretty juicy this lineup here. so hopefully that will hold 4 zone forecast for your saturday comes in like this. 60 san francisco clearing up the fog in the afternoon lower 60's at the coast. upper 50's as well. 61 for burlingame. big shock to the system from 7 days ago or so 61 for palo alto, lower 60's even in the south bay to los gatos even morgan hill at 6362 for cupertino. 60 ish for the east bay shoreline lower 60's tri valley climbing up to walnut creek. 63 along with danville concord at 60 to 59 for richmond, 60 vallejo. 61 napa looks like fairfield at 6263 santa rosa, so you get a lot of 60's. we've got going on lower 60's remain to the period here. here's a little slight opportunity on monday. a better one for thursday as temperatures drop again into the lower 50's for highs by friday. so it's clearly becoming winner here and our
8:48 am
lows will follow in response that some cooler air working in there. so watch those overnight lows we get into friday after a little rain event might be talking about some frost to sarah. okay. we love to hear >> an unexpected discovery has put 2 women on a mission. they were clearing out old boxes when they found a scrapbook that was left at a modesto middle school 15 years ago. it belonged to an army sergeant who died in the korean war. now the women are trying to return the book to its rightful owners. maybe their family. kristi gross has more. >> picture this the time is 1950 in the young american soldier right home dear dad and mom, handwritten letters, photos and other mementos fill the pages of a scrapbook painting a picture of a different time as of today everything is very calm. he was a sergeant first class. >> and the letters and the pictures of his time in service and then you start
8:49 am
getting letters of him missing in action and bring and not knowing where he is. and then finally a letter saying that they. regret run for the parents said that he is. >> past army surgeon. william f mouse road often to his parents frederick john and grace mona mouse who lived in san bruno before he shipped off to fight in the korean war tells you that he >> very, very loved they're very close. his letters to his family. his parents are very sincere and and loving. we're 2 days out of landing in korea. carla mccluskey, a retired school administrator is hoping to return the scrapbook to the family. just looking at it. it just gives me the chills that this means so much to somebody and they don't have she was clearing out old boxes from 15 years ago when she rediscovered it teacher. left on my desk. i remember what teacher was. there was the name of the student who left it. so i got boxed up and left behind. what makes the hair is on your neck
8:50 am
after just one look through the pages lana casey knew she had to help to. i hope that this will make a great christmas gift to his family, though the pictures are well preserved. the paper. it's bound to shows every bit of the 70 years that have passed. >> page's crumble with the slightest touch. >> little busy here is did his remains get sent back to the united states. where is he at. i just think for peace of mind. and we need to know that. >> just like the photos inside the scrapbook is a snapshot, not just family's history but of a piece of american history. secretary of the army has >> asked me to expressed his deep regret. everybody needs to know what our service men do for their country. and he paid the ultimate sacrifice. and i think people need to know that they need to say their name, 17 news and say his name and say thank you. a simple treasure. they want to return to the rightful owners. i just hope that we can get this. >> beautiful tattered book back to them as soon as possible. put it in the all my love bill in kristi gross.
8:51 am
>> several dozen world war 2 veterans. some of the last of this greatest in a 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 veterans are flying out of the dallas fort worth international airport to honolulu after being escorted by police as part of their trip. 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 grueling trip for him. the best defense foundation has a lot things planned for all these veterans but he's very excited about it. >> 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 100 years old. well, still ahead
8:52 am
on the kron 00:00am morning news danville police are collecting toys for kids for this christmas we'll tell you how you can be a part of this high can donate toys for families in need.
8:53 am
8:54 am
woah, this is so cool. oh yeah, yeah. ok, well it's time to go... - no, no, no, no, no! dad, we have to go back to lowe's. ho, ho, ho! dad! the tire! this good? yup! the holidays being at lowe's, where you'll find all you want during winterfest. ugh, carolers. let's go back to lowe's. yeah, let's go back to lowe's. common! yeah! >> welcome back. happening today. that's a foe. united
8:55 am
airlines will be hosting the fantasy flight parades airline is having the parade. >> instead of its regular fantasy flight united would normally take children from different charities and hospitals and take them on a themed journey to santas workshop this year. of course, of the pandemic. the airline will transform. terminal 3 into a winter wonderland with holiday costumes and decorations lining the concourse at the end of the parade, santa and missus. claus will be giving families gifts. the event starts at 2 this afternoon. councilmember raul peralez brings together community partners to provide holiday trees to families. it's part of the annual tradition where he distributes 300 trees to families in district 3 tree pickups will be drive-thru only and county health orders will be in place. the christmas trees are also reserved in advance and families are encouraged to call the roosevelt community center to sign up for the waiting list. you can see that number on your screen. the event will take place from 9 this morning until 2 this
8:56 am
afternoon. police are collecting toys to help families in need. the department is hosting the drive for the concord family justice center stand for families, free of violence in toys for tots here's how you can help. you can drop off donations at the walnut creek. police department's lobby inside city hall doors will be open between 8, 5, monday through friday in addition to toys items in need are also closed for both women and children. the drive will run through january 5th. and the east bay, the danville police department they're also helping people in need gathering toys for those in need. this christmas. they're hoping to get donations of new, an unopened toys for their for there to fill their cruiser program. the toy drive is a little different this year as the danville departments teamed up with the marine corps reserve for their toys for tots program. the department wanted to change things up this year because they know a lot of people have
8:57 am
been struggling due to the pandemic and they wanted to make sure that parents who want to give their kids presents for christmas can do. so. every kid gets a present. >> 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. >> officers will be back here at costco next friday from 10 until 2 o'clock collecting donations. if you want to donate but can't make it to costco. there's also a toys for tots been at the danville police station. well, still ahead in the next hour of the kron 00:00am morning news on the phone cases detected in alameda county. how the people got infected and what health experts are saying about the variant. that's coming up in a live report. >> and we continue honoring the legacy of kevin nishita as his wife and children plead with anyone who saw his murder to reach out to police got a report from him. more comin
8:58 am
8:59 am
ho ho ho! not again. oh no. for the gifts you won't forget. the mercedes-benz winter event. get a credit toward your first month's payment on select models. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
9:00 am
deposit, plan and pay with easy tools from chase. simplicity feels good. chase. make more of what's yours. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at know. >> good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm sarah stinson. and today it's saturday. december 4th. we've got a lot of news to get to. but let's start by getting a look at the weather with dave sphar. >> day we've been talking about. we don't have a lot of rain lately. we needed. what are we going to see it today
9:01 am
and into the week. >> well, for the weekend, sir. not too much. good morning. good morning, we'll have those temperatures only in the lower 60's in the afternoon. even with the sunshine you'll be saying and the fog probably returning again tomorrow morning. not quite the intensity that we're seeing for today's informality. there is. of dense fog advisory for solano county. but for right now, again, kind of a cloudy skies we've got going on. here is the east bay shoreline. the overcast appearance back to that dense fog advisory. there's solano county. that is until 11 o'clock into the sacramento valley that will be repeated tomorrow morning. again, not the intensity that we're seeing today. there you can see it mixing out nicely before the noon hour, even though will be sunny, it will be a bit on the cool side. also the king tides are active. we through 3 o'clock. tomorrow is the flood advisory flooding in low-lying lots parks in road. so anywhere that you get hit by the king tides and based on the charts, the highest tides will be reached, say about 10:11am, 12
9:02 am
o'clock during the day. that's today. tomorrow. temperature check mid-fifties lower 50's. also in some of the inland valleys. 49 still santa rosa and 47 off to antioch for the delta. don't forget with the fog in place. you're not getting a lot temperature movement. the breakdown today. 57 looks like by 1 o'clock and 4 sunny skies. as we look you know, just minor warming happening. it will see the fog return again for tonight. more details on this bit a bit of rain. we have for sunday and i'm sorry monday night tuesday but more expected later in the week. sarah. >> we'll look forward to that. for now we're turning to a developing story in the east bay officials find several cases of omicron variant in alameda county. this comes days after the first omicron case in the united states unfortunately was detected right here in san francisco, kron fours, camila barco live in the newsroom with more details. camilla, what can you tell us about this. well, we know that at least a 5 point alameda county have been diagnosed with the omicron variant their symptoms are
9:03 am
mild. but officials tell us that all of them are vaccinated and no one needed to be hospitalized in alameda county, the alameda county public health officer says that these cases are among 12 covid cases in that county. these patients all attending a wedding in wisconsin last weekend. one of them traveled internationally before that event. the group came back infected with covid-19 now 5 of them are diagnosed with the omicron variant and their ages range between 18 to 49 a local infectious disease expert is hopeful that this period 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. >> local public health officials are looking for these variants, which is why
9:04 am
we're hearing more of them pop up a state lab used mix sequencing to identify 5 on the kron cases in alameda county. however, that sequencing data is not yet available for all 12 covid cases. in the meantime, officials continue to remind people to get vaccinated. stay home if you're sick and get tested, if you're symptomatic. sarah, back to you. thanks, camila. doctor anthony fauci says there is new evidence to suggest getting a booster shot will protect you against any variant of covid. >> fauci says the extra dose provides a level of neutralizing covid antibodies that could offer protection against omicron, although it's still early to say. >> there's every reason to believe that if you get vaccinated and boosted that you would have at least some degree of cross protection. very likely against severe disease even against the omicron variant.
9:05 am
>> despite the attention on the kron is getting. the cdc says 99.9% of all new covid cases in the u.s. are from the delta variant and the majority of them are in people who have not been vaccinated. in the north bay 8 students at know coming school corte madera tested positive for covid district officials say they suspect 3 students were infected on campus because they later determined a child attended class after testing positive. in a statement, the district superintendent says, quote, the index cases were from one family where the student tested positive and their parents knowingly sent them and their sibling to school for 7 days, marin county public health has been given the details regarding this case and the district will be taking corrective action about 75 students were exposed to the virus and had to quarantine over thanksgiving break. our coronavirus coverage continues online. you can use this qr code on your screen. it will
9:06 am
take you to our website. kron 4 dot com there you can find all the latest information, including where omicron variant has been detected in the u.s. the latest travel restrictions and vaccine availability and more. new this morning. the parents of the accused high school shooter in oxford, michigan have pled not guilty to all counts. the couple was arraigned this morning after police finally found them. police say james and jennifer crumbley were hiding in a building that house artwork. they say business owners spotted the car associated with the couple and then called police now on zoom the couple pled not guilty to all for involuntary manslaughter charges. investigators say the teens parents bought the semiautomatic weapon used in the school shooting last week. prosecutors say that the crumbleys actions went, quote, far beyond negligence because that gun seems to have been freely available. on november 21st 21 a teacher at the oxford high school observed.
9:07 am
>> ethan crumbley 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. >> this morning, a judge is set the bond at $500,000 for each parent on friday. the conley's attorneys said they left town earlier this week for their own safety and they returned to oxford to face charges. clearly that never happened. detroit's police chief says the couple had help getting into the building where they were hiding and the person who helped them could also face charges.
9:08 am
>> well, coming up on the kron 4 morning news results of an independent investigation into a deadly police involved shooting. finally been released. what it reveals about the officers actions. and a san francisco clothing stores trying to help people who are unsheltered get dressed in new clothes for the holidays. the effort they are now making after the break.
9:09 am
9:10 am
9.10, welcome back. a tender
9:11 am
when businesses trying to help those experiencing homelessness. this holiday season. >> now through the end of the year. the k shun a vintage clothing store is collecting jackets, blankets and new socks. they plan to distribute the items to people in need. kron four's amanda hari spoke with the shop's owner and has more on what is inspired by this. 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 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 our country tes 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
9:12 am
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 for much. but every once in a while and he says he needs a jacket and we give it one. sometimes 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.
9:13 am
>> i 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. >> and by the way, we're looking for some chilly temperatures towards the end of the 7 day forecast overnight. some of those 30's will be returning. for today. expect those temperatures to get up to some of the lower 60's under sunn
9:14 am
9:15 am
9:16 am
>> well, it's just about 9.16 on this saturday and happening today at sfo united airlines will be hosting the fantasy flight parade. the airline is having the parade instead of its regular fantasy flight united would normally take children from different charities and hospitals and take them on a themed journey to santa's workshop this year. the airline will transform terminal 3. >> into a winter wonderland with holiday costumes and decorations lining the concourse at the end of the parade, santa and missus. claus will be giving families gifts. the event starts at 2 this afternoon. >> and welcome back. time for another check of the weather with meteorologist dave spahr. dave, what is it looking like out there for today and then maybe tomorrow in the week ahead.
9:17 am
>> okay. well, the week ahead actually the whole period. we're talking about era temperatures will be in the lower 60's for highs will see a night sub out of afternoon sunshine going on today, tomorrow. it's a next week. things start to become a little bit more unsettled which will be tracking still dealing with the fog this morning. dense fog advisory technically only covers solano county. but for the rest, the bay real late morning hours. we'll start to see the sun come out do its thing. but again, temperatures a bit on the reserve cool side. we still kind of high pressure out. it still blocking all the major systems from the pacific. this will eventually break down and allow some trevor shunned across the bay area lower to middle 50's line up the east bay shoreline inland. they drop off to the upper 40's lower 50's 49 santa rosa 53 san jose and 54 san francisco. so for we got on future cast for this is that cloud cover the fog in the morning hours pick in the central valley that does mix out because sometimes that remains very much in place in the afternoon. it's hard to sometimes mix out the highs on the right location because you
9:18 am
need this vertical motion and falling air sometimes creates a trap there. what do the same thing again tomorrow morning. back to mostly sunny in the afternoon, which will be a little quicker from our vantage point. some scattered clouds get involved in here as we get into monday with a possible shower by monday night into tuesday morning. here's how it looks like on the satellite again, high pressure in control fog in the morning. dry conditions going on again until we get around monday night. so this weekend it's early fog clouds clearing out that the king tides with coastal flooding. the heaviest will be around the noon hour, give or take on the air each end here. one or 2 o'clock afternoon. morning then for early in the week, we've got scattered clouds and cool a shower monday night. tuesday. that's like you blink. you miss it dirty up the car kind of thing late in the week, though. we'll keep it. variable clouds will be some moments of goodson going on. but it's little letter chance of the week. we get to thursday friday. there's another shot there of rain that's much better. and there's a juicy one as we get into sunday night monday of the following week. so may start a nice little trend
9:19 am
here. 60 san francisco also for oakland at the morning. fog afternoon. clearing as the game plan. but this fog has made it even in the south bay to 62 san jose don't see a big warming pop happening. well east or north as we stay pretty much in the lower 60's just about everywhere and we'll get more into the weeds in this in the 4 zone forecast. look at your extended as we go hunting and pecking for some rain showers. sarah. >> well, look forward to that. thank you, dave. a new independent report released by vallejo and its police department claims the deadly police shooting of sean monterrosa last june was not reasonable. the 22 year-old was shot while officers responding to looting at a walgreens following the death of george floyd kron four's felecia call has more details. >> 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
9:20 am
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
9:21 am
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 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
9:22 am
news. >> oakland police are trying to find the people they say robbed a san francisco chronicle photographer of their camera at gunpoint. it happened yesterday afternoon around 3.30, at the west oakland bart station on 5th street. police say the photographer was on assignment with the chronicle when they were robbed. the photographer was not injured. the suspected robbers fled the area in a car, but police have not released any details as to what type of car that was will continue to follow that. for now. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news the warriors bounce back after their loss against the suns will show you how they did it. coming up in sports. >> and if trying to save money this new online grocery store may be of interest will tell you about. >> that coming up after the >> that coming up after the break. stick with us. from one moment to the next, our kids become the most important part of our lives. and even though the years pass, that never changes. we never stop worrying about them.
9:23 am
that's why it's important to have health insurance. with covered california, we got a plan we could afford. it includes free preventive care, like cholesterol and blood-pressure checkups. because even though they grow up, they'll always be your baby. covered california. this way to health insurance. enroll by december 31st at coveredca.com.
9:24 am
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.
9:25 am
>> welcome back to 9.25 on this saturday. and we all try to save money here and there. a new type of online grocery store aims to help you save a couple of dollars on certain products rich demuro tries it out for us and gives us a review in today'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 at misfits market, the savings could be if you don't mind carrots that are a bit crooked
9:26 am
weekly be chop up because come up. they're going to be just fine. apples that aren't an a plus. this apple might have some markings on it. that might keep you from picking it up at the store, but it's going to taste just find upside down labels or best buy dates less than 6 weeks out. so pretty good. a new type of online grocery store with imperfect products and big savings might be right for you. >> ourselves as over strong mind, their rescues that would otherwise go to waste on the rim. ash is founder and ceo of mistakes. market a rapidly expanding online grocery store now delivering to most it codes in 44 states for the average basket. you buy every week you're going to save between 30 to 50% misfit 72 boxes full of sample products organic who buries. taste really nice. they offer fruits and vegetables broccoli knee.
9:27 am
there's that's the missed it, but it looks fine to and seafood. this is a grass-fed beef strips take deli and bakery items and more some things to arrive amid damage. there's always a 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 their produce. it's too or too small. or she the little bit. we are. and so, you know, grocery stores don't want an item 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 $30 shipping a flat five-fifty you are by person from hoping impact the environment positive way. same food waste. >> and see money. what you're doing. so this 3 main reasons. >> i mean, a solid with the produce rolled up the chicken and salmon and i had no complaints from my kids whatsoever. in fact, they said the salmon with some of the best they ever had. all right. if i learn more about misfits market. go to my website. it
9:28 am
is rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart.
9:29 am
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ with chase security features, guidance and convenience, banking feels good. chase. make more of what's yours.
9:30 am
>> new research is painting a bleak picture of california winters in the near future. we could be without winter snow. that is not good to hear the study published in the journal journal nature reviews earth
9:31 am
and environment found that snowless winters could become a regular occurrence along the west coast and as little as 35 years, if we don't reduce greenhouse gas emissions. this could majorly impact our water supply and have rippling effects on soil plants and wildlife. scientists say in many ways the changes have already begun with drought emergencies and record setting heat. this summer. and as we talk about that, we know best who can explain we're going to get rain or snow soon. and that is our dave spahr in the weather center. dave, are we going to see any rain at all as we just heard, we needed was sarah long-range. it looks like there's some hope to get some snow going on up there. yeah. and the least with the cooler temperatures will get a lot of melting during the day. so be able to resist keep in reserve. we got going on up there. >> as we get to the latter portion next week. that's for the better chance comes in. but there are 3 hopes here. we'll be getting into later on right now. we're dealing with this morning. fog and it's still hanging around. look at the east bay shoreline still
9:32 am
kind of overcast as you can see. >> of the dense fog advisory for solano counties until 11 o'clock now until 3 o'clock sunday. this flood advisory reaching its peak from the king tides. the clock and charts show about, say 10:11am, 12:01pm. that's about the zone. you want to look out for. so will flood the low lying areas of lots parking lots a parks and roads, that sort of thing. so a lookout on that for the weekend. got mid 50's covering the east bay shoreline for right now. 51 for livermore 48 off the antioch really underscoring that fog. that doesn't allow much warming 49 santa rosa with 54 up to nevado this is the winds looking into tomorrow. there is a little pop that happens. you can see looks like a little hint. some offshore winds up there to solano county. so the breakdown today upper 50's lower 60's. so it's a cool week ahead. it will feel really much more winter like with a couple bouts of some rain. so we're going to track all that for you. when we expect for the week ahead and also that extended forecast to sarah. >> thank you, dave.
9:33 am
>> actor alec baldwin says someone is responsible for the deadly rust movie set shooting. but he says it's not him. >> in his first television interview since the accidental shooting that happened and that killed cinematographer halyna hutchins baldwin claims not only did he never pulled the trigger of the gun. he also says he does not feel responsible for her death. the interview comes as a criminal investigation is still underway in new mexico. our reporter nancy loo has more. >> mister baldwin says he doesn't want to portray himself as a victim and yet he portrays himself as a victim attorney. gloria allred is fired up over the alec baldwin interview last night she stands by recent claim that baldwin played russian roulette and should have checked the prop gun that killed halyna hutchins. yes, he does have responsibility and just relying on assistant directors say colgan and not not excusable. he was that is t-
9:34 am
pointing. >> the gun at the mother of his own children. would he have been more cautious in his exclusive interview with abc news anchor george stephanopoulos baldwin expressed disdain for the 2 crew members who have filed suit. >> ahead of matthew hutchens. the cinematographers newly widowed husband and single father. >> couple different policies. there's a pool of money that's available. that is finite. you can access more money somehow to pursue people individually and find them individually responsible. i just found the filing of the 2 lawsuits. civil lawsuits in advance of matthew filing. his lawsuit. i found that to be. on the 2 suits already filed naming baldwin and dozens of others are on behalf of lighting director sergei that neu and script supervisor mamie mitchell who has represented by allred relive the shooting and the sound of the explosion.
9:35 am
>> from the gun over and over again. the attorney and the other lawsuit has claimed the action is not about money. >> this lawsuit is to make these kinds of unsafe conditions that happened too much on movie sets. stop now. >> that was nancy loo reporting, according to all read the baldwin interview will be helpful and useful when they take his deposition under oath in their case. prosecutors have rested their case in the jussie smollett trial after key testimony from their 2 star witnesses. 2 brothers testified that the empire actor plotted a racist anti-gay attack on himself back in 2019 and paid them to carry it out. they said smollett even gave them lines to shout out and pointed out the surveillance camera in the area that he said would capture the hoax on video. smollett faces 6 felony counts of giving a false report to police. he denies the attack was fake. a jury has been seated for the trial of a former minnesota police officer who shot and killed
9:36 am
dante wright during a traffic stop. you call come potter claims. she mixed up her gun and the taser when she shot right last april, 9 of the 12 jurors likely to deliberate are white with one black member of the jury and 2 who are asian. that's in line with the demographics of the county where the shooting happened. it is less diverse than the jury that convicted former minneapolis officer derek chauvin in george floyd's death. the trial is expected to start next week. many in the bay area are mourning the loss of charlotte schultz. the san francisco institutions spent decades serving the city as chief of protocol schultz last served as the same capacity for t schultz helped host foreign leaders when they visited and was a power player in high profile city circles serving on the boards of the san francisco ballet symphony and
9:37 am
opera senator feinstein tweeted saying she's heartbroken after losing her best friend. schultz has been george shultz. former secretary of state died earlier this year at the age of 100 charlotte schultz was 88. >> he didn't deserve this. he the tire. he was just you know, look in the state is and we just need the closure. we don't like this open ended, not knowing how some of that we love pass to ad was a security guard and he was out there to protect the news cast. we need justice for him. >> remembering kevin and pursuing justice for his family. family members share their stories of the man who gave his life to protect a member of the kron 4 family today marks one week since kevin's death. he died last saturday after being shot in oakland downtown. they're just one day before thanksgiving, a reward of over $32,000 being
9:38 am
offered for information that leads to an arrest. his family now morning and asking the public for help kron four's pam moore spoke to his family as they try to focus on their loving memories. instead of their intense pain. miss him. pretty much. miss him. >> he was a big part of this family. those are king. i protect or our 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 more rain. 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 to understand why we just need the closure. we don't like this open ended.
9:39 am
>> 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 to miss is choked on this. >> 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. >> over the years as a police officer in coma haywood and
9:40 am
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 on 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 backyard where they shared so much time together. so it's a word it's in japanese and
9:41 am
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. >> well, you can see in that interview than issued a family. they are persevering through their sadness to plea with people for any information. and if you have any information at all call police kevin ishida 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 waiting word from the police on their investigation.
9:42 am
they're also planning his memorial service. if you would like to help and support the family. a fund has been set up for the issue to family a cash or check donation can be made to kevin sheedy trust at 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. you can find more stories about our beloved security guard. kevin issued on our website use scan that qr code right there. there's a ton of stories on our website from people who have worked with him to people like leaders who are just talking about how great of a man who was he truly was such a great man. find more information on how to make a donation right there on your screen.
9:43 am
mrs. claus the shopping boss here to help you merry savers decorate with the best bargains ever! ross has savings on everything you need to get the party started. because who waits for shipping anymore? or guests?! i love saying yes to more merry for less at ross!
9:44 am
♪ don't worry mom, we'll be there soon. "we?!" is this "the one". well... let's say i found the one who takes me to another level... always stays calm under pressure. most importantly, the one that helps me discover the coolest places. this sounds wonderful... come outside, i'll introduce you! they're here. ♪ definitely "the one". ha... ha... introducing the all-new 2022 nissan frontier. ♪
9:45 am
mrs. claus the shopping boss here to help you merry savers find the best bargains ever! when you have the world's longest list you go to ross so you can work that budget and get those savings. i love saying yes to more merry for less at ross. it's 9.45. and here's a warning for people in marin county. marine waters says you're drinking water may smell and taste. a little different. officials say that in response to the drought. they had to change their water sources in order to manage the water supply. the water has been described as tasting or smelling musty or earthy rain water says the water is still safe to drink. dave spahr as here in the weather center with details on what we can expect. speaking of water, any rain in the forecast. >> there is longer range there. some possibilities yet to get some good old h 2 o coming from that skies will
9:46 am
condensation you know, to get some of the fog is still with us. another form of water. as you can see in the south bay here. this coming in from san jose state fog. will slow getting out of here tomorrow. it will be a little quicker. looks like and upstream or waiting for a couple of rain possibilities. but get ready for much more flavor of winter coming our way in tahoe doesn't quite feel like it without the snow. yeah. tomorrow. monday, rather, there's a new little system coming by. this is what's going to graze them in the mountains might pick up a little bit of spur snow with that. but upstream. there's much more promise. however, temperatures lower 50's who won't get a whole lot of melting going on back to the flooding. we have. this is due to the high tides. we're going to have the king tides flood advisory coastal areas. watch out through 3 o'clock on sunday flooding in the late morning hours. you've got in the low lying areas. you know, parking lots parks and roads. watch out those typical flood prone areas. so for future cast for we can actually see the fog in place. even the central valley mixes out nicely. by the time we get to the afternoon, we'll do the
9:47 am
same thing again tonight, tomorrow morning. there's the fog to greet us that clears out and late on sunday into monday. here comes some cloud cover. this is the first sign of things start to change that high weakening. and this has with a little chance of a shower or 2. let's go through the longer range forecast. there's that opportunity. we're talking about there kind of anemic. if you will. and then we get to around thursday will look a little bit better chance happening here. mountain snows as well. but this one looks better chair we go boom into sunday monday. that looks like things are opening up nicely. so. right here in your face lending. all right. 4 zone forecast check-in like this 60 for san francisco lower 60's and do what the coast upper 50's 61 for burlingame. looks like 61. also san bruno lower. 60's continue down to the southern end of the peninsula and in the south bay, even for places like morgan hill, los gatos 62 these areas were in the 70's. well, in the 70's upper 70's going on from last weekend. 62
9:48 am
for cupertino lower 60's on the east bay shoreline tri valley. you're at 6263. meanwhile for walnut creek 58 for berkeley. the les. what about 6062 for fairfield 61 napa and 63 for santa rosa, you get the trend. we're going to stay like that for the week ahead. noting that slight chance of rain showers on monday. a better chance we get to around thursday note, the second temperature drop here as a reminder we're still in winter 52 for high on friday. look at that low at about 32 so might have little bit of frost working here walking into next weekend. sarah. >> speaking of potential for rain and snow. i guess we may not be getting it, but hawaii is take a look at this. the big island. you can see this time last time lapse of money, kay of some. it shows the winter weather moving across the area dumping snow in the higher elevations. the national weather service says the area could see up to 12 inches of snow. we wish we were getting that and heavy wind gusts up to a 100 miles
9:49 am
per hour. so i guess if you're planning on going up there. snowboarding bikini. you might not want to. that's pretty intense. well, the warriors they came back and beat the phoenix suns last night. steph curry back on his game. it was quite a game last night. kron four's kylen mills has the highlights. >> all right. ben, you came for the golden state warriors. the dubs hosting the sun's at chase center phoenix and won 18 straight heading into this game, including win over the warriors on tuesday. warriors star steph curry ready to bounce back from the were shooting night of his career in that game on tuesday. 1st quarter. and won just anderson ers that one down the dunk heard around the world pack outer space even he had 17 points off the bench and of the first the from way downtown on that one. does set a 7 nothing run. they lead by 7 after a quarter 2nd quarter action curry behind the back here on the drive. puts it in
9:50 am
hand. one warriors up 13 points later in the quarter. with a stepback 3. he can do that in his sleep. he finished with 23 points, but the lead was cut to 3 at the half. 3rd quarter dobbs haul away again. it's a pool party. dubs guard, jordan poole with the trade to get the lead back up to 11 pool had 14 points in the game. final quarter warriors piling it on gary payton. the second the steel he's so quick and bouncy the tongan. the other and hanging on the rim to 9479 warriors gp 2 with 19 off the bench jta here with a funky flipped jobs that would does fall along with jta himself told a state with a 17 point lead. finally, andrew wiggins, just the nail in the coffin at this point hits 3 of his 19 points warriors up 20 for the suns have seen enough
9:51 am
warriors win one 1896. the final day. take back the best record in the nba at 19 3. up next, the san antonio's first. >> we settle down, you know, after sort of disastrous final 4 minutes of the 2nd quarter where we filed. over and over i thought we were really poised to an and competed played really hard and earned a a really good one. so a lot of fun. it's always fun to win. you know, that last was tough for all of us. but you move forward a lot. it's 82 games in a season and. i mean, that's a great way to respond to adversity. so we do that last game in the toilet we learn from it and made took care of the ball. more than we did the other night. so what a difference a day makes. right. >> jta all bundled up there it is a chilly night. look at that. santa clara one game away from heading back to the national championships taking on byu home we go straight
9:52 am
over time. the cougars, the chance to win it. but broncos keepers kiley fouche. what a save tips it over the crossbar santa clara stays alive. second overtime here. the broncos izzy tequilla, his header cleared by the defender. this one goes to shoot out penalties. byu is libya way gives the cougars lead 3 to santa clara with one shot to tie it heli glenn. and it's far right. the season, unfortunately is over. byu wins it in pks. they will play florida state for the national title on monday. >> you know, only cases is the way we decide our games. it's wonderful. and you as we did in the national championship last year you know, it's really tough when you lose in penalty kicks as we get today. >> head coach jerry smith. there are a legend in bay area soccer sharks versus rangers madison square garden. a san jose fan enjoying a cold one in new york first period. ryan strome. cats won on the power
9:53 am
play scores for the rangers. one zip new york that goal would hold up. surprisingly, the sharks trying to tie it up with seconds left. they just couldn't put it in the back the net san jose loses one, nothing there at that. blue jackets on sunday. that does it for sports. and that was sports. we've got more news and weather coming up after the break.
9:54 am
9:55 am
9:56 am
>> welcome back. 9.55 in toys r us is back just in time for the holiday shopping season. the company's new flagship store is located in bergen county, new jersey. >> just minutes away from new york city toys r us is making the store and immersive experience with a slide ice cream parlor and of course, all the latest toys. the company will also open 400 shop in chop toys r u.s. locations in macy's stores around the country next year. and if your heart is sizes too small like dave over here. you can now live look exactly like mister grinch, bk, shun rental company to casa has listed a 5700 square foot cave located in southern utah. and it's a replica of the grinch's home. okay. this was actually my favorite davis is one of my favorite christmas holiday movies ever. yeah. don't careful. that's like the best looks exactly like it only gosh in. that's pretty cool. so you can visit this and it really looks just like the
9:57 am
movie, the nightly fee is just $19.57 in honor of the doctor seuss book original release year back in 1957 you're a mean one. mister yeah. a lot man caves. what looks like there. you're making. looks like exactly yes. sarah, we're watching for a couple bouts of some showers. the really juicy one will be and the following weekend early the following week. >> cold this week lower 60's clearing up that fog in the afternoon. watch the king tide and we need the rain. i'll be back tomorrow morning. so make sure to with join us then.
9:58 am
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.
9:59 am
10:00 am

19 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on