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are. and were to the weekend. it got so call last night free. okay. i mean, it was in the afternoon. there was this line and i don't know. it. i didn't say going to rain again. so it's pretty confident that was going to happen. but the clouds were black and it pretty chilly early. find out what it's like a big boy out. john, how cold it gets for sure. well, it's in the 40's for a lot of it never really got super warm yesterday. so your house is already at a cooler temperature. if you didn't turn the thermostat up and fall in just a little bit further tonight and then it felt colder when you stepped >> oh, yeah. yeah. so it will. it definitely does feel cold and it's only going to get colder from here. so really get the big boy out and keep it out these next couple of days. and also if you about that umbrella or rain jacket. never got a chance to use it after october. >> it's time to pull that out again, too, because we are looking at a big change of pace. cooler wetter weather in this forecast ahead of us long
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gone are the record breaking temperatures of last week. we're cooling things down and it only gets a little cooler from here. a little on the foggy side for our east bay hills right here. visibility is fine for most areas. but some of those dark clouds addario was mentioning are pretty evident up in the north bay this morning and some of them have fallen low enough that we are seeing the blocking out visibility current temperatures are in the 40's and 50's. so it does have a very cool feel to it. dublin in san jose each at 48 degrees nevado petaluma san francisco at 52 degrees each definitely get the jackets on this morning. stay cozy and it's going get colder from here. i got the breakdown of that and the rainfall ahead of us all. still to come over here. and i don't think so. that. all right. looking at your traffic on this wednesday morning. yesterday we had a pretty rough start because it is wet out there. >> today. much drier conditions. so a little under 8 minutes traveling from the east bay into the city right now. no major issues along 5 a year, 80 as you're traveling through in villain, berkeley
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heading across towards the peninsula little under 13 minutes not seen any accidents, hazards or delays at a richmond a little under 8 across towards sandra fell and in the south bay along one oh, one 85 to menlo park a little under 29 minutes. tara james, back to you. thank you. ray is 5. oh, one and happening today. convicted killer scott peterson is going to be re sentenced to life in prison without parole. yeah. peterson was convicted of killing his wife and unborn son in his death sentence was overturned by the california supreme court last year. >> crawford's will trend live in san mateo county for us this morning with the latest on this. it seems like evolving story will. >> it has plenty of legs left all explain that in just a few minutes. but i can tell you the reason why we're here is because the california supreme court found that the judge in the case made some errors when he came to questioning the jurors regarding the death penalty. here's what you need to know. scott peterson when this is over and this will begin at 10 o'clock in the
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morning. he will not be a free man. instead of the death penalty. he more than likely it will be official, of course we're speculating, buthit will be more. we will know at 10 o'clock that he probably will be sentenced to life in prison without parole because this is a case that has been looked at over and over again because of that problem with the judge. that's why we're back. this morning. and also back james and scott peterson. he has not been inside physically in a courtroom since 2005 when he was convicted right here in redwood city. just a reminder. why redwood city instead of modesto. i remember covering this trial because of all that publicity over there that they thought they could not get a fair trial, which is why they moved it over here to redwood city. so he will be physically inside the courtroom this morning. also inside the courtroom will be members of scott peterson's family as well as lacey peterson's
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family as well. remember, he was convicted in 2005 of killing his wife lacey and their unborn child. connor, this. this new sentencing, james and darya apparently has the blessing of leases family because they say this has been so gut wrenching for them that they really don't want to be here. they understand what's going on. so they're saying to the prosecutors we endorsed life in prison without parole. another thing on the table, guys. and this is for another day in court. scott peterson is looking for a brand new trial claiming a juror back in the case was not honest with their answers. she should not have been in the jury box in the first place for his conviction. so lots going on. but the bottom line is this story is so polarizing guys that i can tell you. there are dozens of members from the national media. also here this morning. back to polarizing and heart-wrenching for the families involved. >> thank you very much. well. >> 5. '04, right now. another
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big story that we're following. the city of oakland is voting to add 60 more police officers because the rican recent spike in crime so far this year. the city has seen a 129 people killed under the new plan to additional police academies will be used to fill the vacancies and outside recruiter can also help to draw experienced officers to oakland through a nationwide search. >> i believe that we've got to solve the problem within our community on police scene and how we build and retain and nurture that culture that cultivates investing deeply in our own. >> really the shaft saying the council members for voting. chad. more officers. the mayor's office released a statement saying that this action will allow the city to address the surge in crime. councilmember noel gallo the only no vote saying in the past that the oakland police have struggled to hire
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experienced officers. now the decision to add the cubs comes with controversy. members of the anti police terror project are calling the hiring and recruiting of officers in oakland unnecessary. the group says that there are enough officers right now on the force and some of those officers, they say should be redirected to handle more serious crimes. >> why do we need cops to kowtow cars. why do we need cops to respond. a neighborly disputes. why do we need cops to deal with animals. that's unsafe. i send my kid outside every day terrified. she's not going to come i know that's tuue for so years. >> the group's co-founder says the new data on oakland police shows at least 62 officers spend their time responding to not criminal and non violent crimes. she says those jobs equal around 17 million dollars a year and that should be redirected to help fight the city's violent crimes. >> in san francisco. the board of supervisors is taking action now to try and stop the recent surge in retail fest.
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they passed a law that allows sheriff's deputies now to be hired by businesses as extra security up until now. if a business wanted to pay a uniformed police officer to provide additional security. it had to be a san francisco police officer. but because of staffing issues, the sfpd hasn't been able to meet all of the requests from local businesses. >> its senses go police department was unable to meet that demand. what was asked of us. and now we have our partners from san francisco sheriff's department that will help alleviate those shortages. >> the sheriff's office says the plan will not impact their current staffing levels, but they also say that the plan will not be ready to go into effect until after the holiday shopping season. unfortunately, it's 5 '07. and right now burke lee police are looking for a man who's been claiming is a police officer. >> and demanding hugs from high school girls. yeah. it happened twice. we have video the suspect. this is what is who police are looking for
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right now. camila barco actually is following the story for us. joining us live with the latest on all of this and some bizarre details with this story. camila. >> police say the most recent incident happened on monday like you guys said this man has been telling girls that he is a police officer and the man has also threatened them with either a knife or a gun. now, the first incident happened on september 29th on gilman street about a few blocks away from saint mary's high school and police say that same suspect approached another girl on avenue near channing way on monday. but take a look at your screen and take a good look at this car. police say this is the suspect's vehicle. it's a newer model. red ford mustang fastback with dark tinted windows. but berkeley police have also released this video. the suspect approaching one of the girls. this incident happened. this video is from september 29th. as you can see, the man is walking side
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by side with the girl. police say that he told that girl he was a police officer had a gun and demanded a hug that girl ran away and called police. but investigators say that same man in this video approached another teenage girl on monday morning around 9.30. she was walking on nick de avenue near channing way and police say as she was crossing the street. a man came up and started talking to her. that man told the girl he wanted to walk with her to berkeley high school to find his daughter. the girl refused police say the man told her he was a cop and shouldn't worry the girl didn't believe the man and kept walking that man followed the girl cornered her asked for a hug and said he had a knife. she stepped away and called police and now investigators are asking for the public's help to find this man. they're asking for the residents who live in these neighborhoods to check their security cameras to see if they have any footage of the suspect again, these incidents happened on may avenue channing way. gilman street.
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so if you live in those areas, make sure it. take a look at your surveillance cameras to see if you have any footage of that suspect. back to you guys. hopefully somebody can help. >> police find this person. thank you very much. camila. >> 5. '09, is a time and a mountain view ban was arrested and charged with lewd acts and molesting minors, mountain view. police say that rafale mind or gal worked at the gateway neighborhood center and was active in the community. police say that 2 teenagers at the center have reported inappropriate interactions with him. police believe because of his work with youth. there may be additional victims. >> a public memorial service has been scheduled now for kevin the she to the shooter was shot while protecting a kron 4 journalist on assignment in oakland back on november 24th the day before thanksgiving. he died a few days later. his service will take place this thursday at the san jose civic center
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doors will open at 11 o'clock. the will begin at noon and kron 4 will also be streaming that service for anyone. who'd like to watch from home and a reminder to the oakland. police are looking for this car believed to be involved in his murder. a white 2004 to 2008 acura tl with a sunroof. as you can see, there are no front license plates. authorities believe there is cell phone video in connection with this murder out there and they're asking anyone with that video. to please contact opd. the reward is now at $38,500 for any information leading to an arrest in this case. >> it's 5.11 and still ahead on this wednesday morning. alameda county is launching a new program using firefighters to respond 911. calls. and democrats in washington are promising to pass the president's build back better plan by christmas. republicans, however, are pushing back. we'll have the latest. >> and coming up after the
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break, we will tell you more about san francisco's climate action plan being released this morning. we'll have a preview coming up. >> and we are going to be seeing a pretty calm day ahead of us cooler and slightly cloudier one than yesterday, though highs for the most part only in the 50's today. i've got the details of what else to expect in your forecast. and as you hit the roads today, we are tracking your wednesday morning commute will have. >> now they look at that once we get back from break.
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is a time in about an hour, san francisco mayor london breed is going release her new plan. >> to combat climate change. if she's expected to announce the city's goal of having net 0 emissions by 2040 with kron 4. sarah stinson live for us up in the newsroom with a preview. >> what we're expecting to see today. sarah, good morning. >> hey, good morning, mayor london breed and the department of environment will be announcing this plan. as you said, to make sure that we're a city that's a net 0 emissions city by 2040, and will to have like all the details very detailed report coming up. and about an hour. we'll know more about what they want to accomplish with this school and how they plan on doing it. but for now we know the san francisco climate action plan is expected to include dozens of strategies and actions to help achieve the new environmental commitments, the areas of improvement include energy
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supply, building operations, transportation land use housing and healthy ecosystems city officials say this plan uses current data and build on past successes. san francisco released its first climate action plan in 2000, 4 and as of 2019, the city achieved a 41% reduction in emissions from 1990 levels, even though population has grown 22%. the success is attributed to cleaner electricity supply and usage as well as cutting air pollution. it's also the 25th anniversary of the city's first of its kind composting program this morning. we will hear more about the city's plans to continue to grow as a cleaner city all reporting live from the newsroom in about an hour from now. with a newly released details of the san francisco climate action plan. so stay tuned for that and it will have a lot of details that i'm sure people look forward to so again, one hour from now. for now, back to studio.
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>> all right. thank you very much. carol. we'll see what's officially announced. yeah, i mean, i i just love like you know, progress in what it's doing for driving and heating electricity and yet all of that. yeah, the future is coming. all right. let's get over to the weather center and find out what's lies in the future. for dress good morning, don't turn on your seat herders and those electric cars darya drain the battery. well, i mean, i can live with that is when i turn the real heat on. >> that's when i know morning. but no door has been talking about getting her heavy jacket back out because it is a cooler feel to it. getting outside but hey, winter has finally decided to settle back in with us after taking a break during november and early december. we are about to see temperatures diving a little bit cooler and some pretty heavy rainfall just around the corner. this is where we're at the embarcadero this morning. it's a relatively clear one in certainly a drier one than what we had yesterday to start the day. we are going to be
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looking at a cool one today, daytime highs falling from yesterday's low 60's mostly down into the 50's today. we're also going to see dry conditions for the vast majority of the day. just a noticeably cloudier one. now tonight we'll start to see a couple of sprinkles pushing in rainfall is most likely the further south in the bay you get. as you can see the central coast central valley. sierra foothills will see a lot more than the bay is going to tap into the sierra nevada starting to see some snow working its way back in. this is just an introduction to an even wetter pattern that's going to stack up feet of snowfall in the sierra come next week and multiple inches of rainfall right here in the bay, the rest of the week. not going to add up to multiple inches of age or rain just yet. san jose could see up to a 10th of an inch of rain by tomorrow evening. then we hit sunday night into monday. look at what happens to those rainfall totals the skyrocketing a pretty short period of time as our next system pushes in late sunday on into the start of next week bringing with it. some heavy rainfall. so get ready for
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that. maybe monday to work from home and next week. so you don't have to worry about getting out on to those wet roadways. of course, that that is an option for you in the meantime, today's daytime highs are in the 50's to low 60's mostly it is going to be a comfortably. cool. one as long as you're prepared with that jacket, maybe turn it on the or a little bit this morning as you venture out temperatures in oakland up to 59 degrees for the late h.o.a. cool. 55 in for center fell right at 60 degrees tomorrow as temperatures will be a little bit cooler that chance of some morning light showers. nothing like the rainfall that we have around the corner next week, sunday night monday into tuesday, bringing areas of heavy rain, likely lingering on and off until thursday of next week. reyna john, thanks to that for the most part, traffic has been pretty light this morning. we have a disabled tractor trailer. northbound 8.80, south of davis street here. >> in san leandro. but we're not seeing any delays as a result of that. they're so things are looking good along 80 and 5.80, as well. traveling from the east bay into the city a little under 9 minutes for your drive time
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there no major delays along 5, 8080 as you're traveling threw him, a berkeley in that area heading across towards the peninsula a little under 13 minutes for you to make that commute at a richmond. you're looking at drive times and under 9 minutes, traffic starts to flow. there. and in the south bay along one. oh, one to 3785 82. i don't see any major hazards highway for also pretty light. a little under 15 minutes from one 62 to 42 darya. james, back to you. thanks a lot. right. 5.20 in national news. senate democrats say they are committed to passing the president's build back better plan by christmas. despite pushback from moderate senators, republican senators slamming the bill saying that liberal wish list that will only fuel inflation. we've got raquel martin joining us live from d c. >> with more on this back and forth. good morning, rick. help. >> good morning. will this will certainly be a heavy lift for democrats. we've known for weeks if not months that moderate democrats and the senate are cautious about
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spending roughly 2 trillion dollars on this plan and they're also concerned about some of the bill's provisions. but despite that pushed back democratic leadership remained optimistic it can pass. senate democrats are vowing to pass president biden's build back better plan by christmas. sticking to our deadline will be worth at its core build back better is the best shot we've had in decades. >> to help families lower costs. the roughly 2 trillion dollar deal includes money to lower the cost of prescription drugs and child care while expanding affordable housing and create good paying jobs while fighting the climate crisis. but getting the bill through the upper chamber could be easier said than done was virginia democrat senator joe mansion says he's concerned inflation could worsen and congress pours more money into the economy, especially as the new omicron variant spreads across the u.s. this is a blue state billionaire. >> bailout tuesday. senate republicans sounded the alarm over the deal. they argue new
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federal child will hurt middle income family having a family income just one dollar harden your state's median income. >> will result in you being ineligible for child care subsidies and impose unfair rules on church based centers on a loose. the woke mob on church daycare. and while republicans push for a less face tuesday. california congressman lou correa joined protesters outside the capital demanding the build back better plan, build a pathway to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants. and there is mounting pressure for democrats to get something done. we know monday, president biden called on senate democrats to pass this plan as early as possible. >> but again, it's unclear if moderates will get on board in time and democrats just have a few working days left before they're out for christmas break for now in washington. raquel martin, back to you. >> all right. thank you. work out. >> it's 5.22. and speaking christmas, the great dickens fair is back in daly city. but organizers are facing claims
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harassment and racism. former cast members claim that issues of racism and inappropriate behavior have been swept under the rug for years and now more than 200 cast members and apparently thousands of attendees have vowed not to return to the fair this year. the andrew darden says it was an unsafe work environment behind the curtains. >> your call, please, not just by people that came to visit but have some others and that's i really want people to recognize that this isn't just because lots of people came to visit us. this is people who are playing with us marginalized. people have always had a problem with consent and oftentimes what happens is that they run against the long run against the law and they don't have any support. >> darden says that she provided fair leaders with an anti racism plan to improve the culture and environment kron 4 reached out to red barn productions, which is the company that puts on this fair and all they had to say was that the allegations are untrue. we'll take a break.
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>> 29 is the time and thanks for tuning in. so early when your brain is genius. haha, this aj in that in open state for any and all ideas, a victory for all 3 to 5. never
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we're done. you're not either. and neither has john. forecast was. let's get to that. and we do have some activity on the horizon. john, the yet we so we are working our way back into winter time this week has been one of transition. we're starting things off already. and a cooler note. >> we have the sprinkles yesterday morning, the real rainfall will that gets its way here sunday night into monday of next week. in the meantime, on subtle enough and certainly cooler than we've gotten used to this morning. don't forget the jacket but it is actually an alright morning as you're venturing out your view outside right now to berkeley hills camera is showing you the low gray that is right above the bay area for the north bay. those clouds have settled in a little bit more and that is resulting in lower visibility pockets as you're also seeing in the east bay hills. now temperatures are back into the 40's and 50's chilly again, like we were yesterday morning. today is going to be a cooler afternoon, but we're only getting colder and as i mentioned at the start of your forecast. rain here come next
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week. those details are still to come over to irena. don, thanks to that right. we do have an accident. this is in daly city. so northbound, 2.80 north. >> of john daly boulevar now not seeing much of a delay. looks like one lane. they're currently may be impacted on a traffic collision. we're going to keep a close eye on that traveling from the east bay into the city. the little under 9 minutes for you this morning. at this hour, no major issues along 5.80. is a traveling along to him reveal in berkeley heading across towards the peninsula a little under 13 minutes force at this hour out of richmond. a little under 9 minutes as you're traveling there and in the south bay. let's check on things here again along 85 to menlo park about 29 minutes. 2 3785 82. i don't see any major delays. the highway for a little under 60 minutes as you're traveling from one 62 to 42 caryn. james, back to you. thanks, greg. >> so breaking news from overnight. pfizer says the 2 doses of its vaccine may not provide sufficient protection against the omicron variant as
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hope. however, they say there are 3 dose regimen. that's the 2 original ones. plus, your booster is able to neutralize pfizer's has 2 doses may still provide some protection against severe disease. but the 3rd dose. >> the boosters, the one that provides the extra protection. the drug company says that they're also working on creating and omicron specific vaccine for the future. since reports of the omicron variant emerged late in late november. health officials have urged people to get vaccinated and make sure you get the booster and that points to exactly why. covid vaccine availability is complicated right now around the bay area may have noticed. some families are having a an easy time getting boosters. others are saying it's very difficult to get it all depends on where you live. san mateo county has a demand for shots. so they're requiring appointments over in the north bay vaccination rates are high and that has strained some supplies solano county's public health officer
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says that they need more pop up vaccination clinics, especially as the new variant is spreading. >> i don't really know why we're not boosting more quickly. i think maybe one reason is that, you know, the mass vaccination we operate as is invalid, how and people from outside of la home have difficulty getting that. so as we started to do pop up clinics over the last 2 weeks we've had a large diverse people show up at those other locations. >> in santa clara county, a county health spokesperson says their website shows a point. it's just still available at several spots in that county. >> the other san jose city council voted unanimously to extend outdoor dining. restaurants are now going to able to offer that through all of 2022 san pedro and other streets will be closed through june with plans to expand the program actually to make it. >> and we've actually put recovery funding towards this to help our businesses transition from temporary to permanent and we look it looks like they're going to be about
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2 dozen businesses that want to transition into making their parklets permanent and continue with outdoor dining. >> yes, some people are still hesitant to shop or dine indoors and health officials are still encouraging outdoor activities as much as possible. besides expanding parklets and making changes to streets. san jose's also looking to maybe convert parking lots into special dining areas and claiming more and more space for it. >> the city of alameda is changing its approach to mental health related calls in next week. the city is going to launch a mobile mental health response student. this change is because mental health they want to address them differently and this gain support back in april, which is after 26 year-old morrow gonzales died in police custody body camera footage appears to show the officers were pending gonzalez to the ground. you can see here while kneeling on his back and shoulders 9 alameda fire department staff members have been training extensively on
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mental health and crisis intervention and de-escalation. >> trying to get in there and help them navigate solutions so that they just don't go on to marry ground, go to the hospital and back in their environment, whether it's on the streets or in their home and then end up back in the hospital. confident saying that this program will save lives in this. to me. >> fire officials say the alameda police officers are going to join them on the calls, but they are expected to keep their distance and allow the team to assess the case. the program is expected to last for at least a year. >> other big stories we're following this morning. the san francisco unified school board plans to close a 125 million dollar budget gap in order to avoid a state takeover. and right now there are not enough students in the sf usd schools. but the district is still spending at high levels. and that's created this large deficit. so the fix the problem. 90 million dollars is now going to come indirect cuts and that includes cuts to student services and school budgets money would also be slashed from technology
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transportation custodial services and from the administrative offices as well. 35 million dollars from grants and prior savings would make up for the rest of the deficit. the plan also calls for the elimination of more than 400 jobs. a state appointed financial expert says there's just no way around it. >> we need to look at the staffing at the district level. we need to look at the staffing that support schools indirectly and directly and we need to look at school state site staffing and i'm serving i'm going to reiterate because i think it's a fundamental concept here. if you have 50 teachers at this school and half as many students are not 50 teachers. >> the board will be meeting again on tuesday to finalize the plan. it then has to be submitted to the california department of public education. that will be next wednesday. >> it's 5.36 and new this morning, san francisco county transportation authority has
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approved $835,000 to improve safety on franklin street between broadway and lombard supervisor. catherine stefani says this is in response to last month's deadly accident. a teacher's aide was killed in this spot on november 10th andrew zieman was hit by a car and killed near sherman elementary school. stephanie says franklin street represents several challenges and she's going continue to work with the community to try to improve traffic safety. there. happening today in the east bay family, friends and colleagues are going to be honoring the life and legacy of late alameda county supervisor wilma chan. chan died last month when she was struck by a driver as she was crossing the street in alameda. the community is going to highlight the initiatives and programs that she championed throughout her long career. the event is going to be at the oakland museum of california. and in the garden the california garden at 2 o'clock. we'll take a break at 5.37. but
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still ahead on the kron 4 morning news more help on the way to prevent wildfires up in marin county. we'll tell you where and how grant money is going to be spent. >> in the upcoming fire season. plus several big and popular web sites are back up and running following an amazon web services outages you may have heard about it going on yesterday. we'll explain what happened. and after the break, steph curry back in action tonight. and he's on a mission to break the all-time 3 point record. can he do it. we'll hear from coach kerr coming up.
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try them today. only at wendy's. >> and we're back at 5.40 oakland. mayor libby schaff was in washington, dc having a sit-down meeting. as you can see here with vice president kamala harris, the mayor tweeted out a picture of her and harris discussing among other things, how the money from the build back better plan and recent infrastructure bill will perhaps facilitate the city's effort to build that new ballpark at howard terminal to keep the a's in town. the site is expected to include affordable housing public spaces and a 1000 new jobs. we'll see if that means the a's are going to stay or not. that's still a big question up in the air. a big question mark to this is last week. it was remember all my god, they're gone there to begin an offer for the tropicana proper eye on on the vegas strip. what does that mean? >> we'll see. how about the warriors. you can feel good
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about them. they're back in action tonight at the chase center plan, the trail blazers and coming off a blowout win on monday. yes, steph curry tonight it's going to try and break the all-time record for three-pointers. i'm doing my part. i'm wearing my warriors tied sending the going he's going all our help. he needs to score 16 threes to break the record held by ray allen and that itself would be a record 16 in one game that someday he doesn't have to do it all in tonight. but we'd like them to it's a half. and when they asked staff, i love his he. this is his attitude like he said anything is possible. >> the team says when curry does eventually break the record. it will be it will be a sight to see. and every arena we go to there. so there's just a sense of anticipation. every time he touches the ball. you can hear in the crowd. >> the with which he had is, you know, going to break this record is stunning. but it's also an indication of how much
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the game has changed and how much stephan self has changed it. i think it's going to be a special moment thing, something that we're going to talk about part of the dream again, this is an is going to be some >> no, we really talked about it team, but. we're excited to be part of history of the parties these incidents crazy. bobbie, this so i'm excited for him. and just i to be part of. >> just have a mind like steph when it comes to this, it will happen when it happens. he is happiest, no preconceived notions of any right game. what's going to happen? he just goes i play and i see what happens. just let it get in his head. that's a good thing. yeah. tipoff is at 7 o'clock tonight against the trail blazers. so i'll be watching you'll probably what happens tomorrow. be right back.
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didn't miss it with the puppy and the mountain lion. huge between the sliding glass door and it was find that they relate each shot in the weather center. >> with our forecast for today and big changes on the horizon. good morning, john to be a scare. me but now we are looking at a not so scary forecast ahead of us, it is going to be rainy at times come next week. but that's exactly what we need to see is so kind of the oppysite, a scary as long as you can stay home and stay dry and cozy inside their houses. now where we're at this morning. definitely a nice and calm morning embarcadero looks good. we are seeing some partly cloudy skies overhead roadways are not near as wet as they were yesterday morning and certainly not near as foggy as we were monday morning either. >> just a cool one ahead of us today. partly cloudy skies temperatures down into the 50's for most areas couple of sprinkles late this afternoon. the best chances of rainfall tonight into tomorrow will be areas further south in the bay. as you can see, areas right along the central coast.
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central valley into the sierra foothills. have a better opportunity for rainfall in the bay area's going to see and the sierras going to start tapping into some good snowfall starting tonight, something that's only going to accelerate into feet and feet of snowfall from sunday night into monday and tuesday of next week. so for skiers, snowboarders and anyone across the state. the cares about that snow pack. that is really, really good news. now as far as future cast of rainfall totals goes. we could see san jose getting nearly a 10th of an inch of rainfall over the next 24 hours here. a couple sprinkles into the evening elsewhere. the real rainfall. holding that up from sunday night into monday and tuesday of next week. that's when we'll really be looking at these totals. piling up a very rainy week ahead of us next week. so in the meantime, enjoy are drier conditions. what we've got him. we may not be as crystal clear nor as warm as last week was. but we're still in the 50's to low 60's. so as long as you've got those layers ready to go. it is certainly not a bad day to be getting out there running some errands just enjoying a cool winter day or late fall
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day. technically fremont up to hayward in the upper 50's while oakland at 59 degrees. north bay temperatures are in the mid 50's for your daytime highs. where is that? the coastline. also some mid 50's can be found. now, tomorrow's temperatures will be a little bit cooler that chance of morning rainfall most likely for the south bay mostly just a couple sprinkles for the rest of us friday saturday are dry as will be the start of sunday. but sunday night, things kick into gear and that's when heavy rain gets here and things only cool down further for next week. rain. john, thanks for that conditions are pretty light out there on this wednesday. we're starting with highway 24. >> as you're traveling from walnut creek down to 5.80, a little under 12 minutes for you to make it right there. >> 5, 88 am not seen any major issues or delays. we have a stalled vehicle along 8.80 in hayward earlier. >> that has since been removed traveled from the east bay into the city a little under 11 minutes for your drive time there. traffic starts. as you can see, looks like they just turn the metering lights on in this moment. so traffic is
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going to start slowing down a bit at the bay bridge along 6.80 southbound. as you're traveling from doubling down to fremont to 62 a little under 15 minutes for your drive. there. and heading across towards the peninsula a little under 13 minutes starting at james, back to you. thanks a lot, right. it's 5.49. good news for wild have fire prevention and marin county. are in fire department is getting more than 1.0. 1 million dollars in grant money. >> to help reduce wildfire fuels. in the hills above fairfax said 7. that's where they want to reduce the fields. the work is going to begin july 1st of 2022 and the money could keep the we're going through 2025 state lawmakers held an oversight hearing into the governor's fire prevention efforts actually and staffers tried to explain the use of more than 1.5 million dollars allocated this year to forest management wildfire prevention republicans press the panel for details on the number of
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acres that were managed. but the governor's office was unable to answer to that. >> transparency and really knowing. with this money. >> lawmakers say they will continue oversight work when the new legislative session starts in january. >> well, to the state route. emergency now california could soon face fines for wasting water. the california state water resources control board says that the move comes after historically hot and dry weather these past 2 months. the agency recently released a draft 2 proposed fines of up to $500 for residents who waste water fines will be imposed for people who have excessive sprinkler runoff if there hosing off their driveway, if they're watering lawns within 48 hours of a recent rain. if the proposal is approved by the board. it would go into effect in january. we'll keep you updated. meanwhile, amazon web services is back up and running after an outage
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impacted some pretty big web sites that rely on that service amazon's cloud service network suffered a big outage for most of the day yesterday, at least during the afternoon and that disrupted some amazon services like disney plus and netflix and cash and trading apps. it also caused shipping delays for packages. amazon says that the outage was linked to problems with several network devices and now people are questioning if it was wise to have one company providing computing services to so many other companies. >> i feel like a conversation might start to happen about maybe we shouldn't rely on one company for so much of our stuff. they had a bad essentially what happened. it appears is they had a mix-up in some of their code and as a result, everything went sideways. >> unclear exactly how or whether the outage was affected. are affected the federal government. but we'll let you know if anything comes up on that front. meanwhile,
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sent out for distribution. yesterday. talk about how it's going to be happening today and this morning all that handing out is happening at the stuff is like, you know, there's a meal for 4 in their chicken, turkey. that ingles for the complete they're going to be giving away. so i think they said the estimate was about 5,000 bags will be given away and delivered all across san francisco. that's a lot of families that will get a lot of help here during the holidays. all right. it is 5.56. we'll take a quick break here on the kron 00:00am morning news coming up in the next hour. we've got we'll just in a matter of minutes mayor london breed will be announcing new actions on climate change and we'll have all the details on that coming up in a live report. >> plus a convicted killer is getting a new sentence will tell you why he's no longer on death row. and what's next first case. plus, police are looking for a man that's been approaching teenage girls and pretending to be a police officer on that story in a minute.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news at 6. >> and thanks for joining us. joining in our little reindeer games. we are getting close to the holidays and everybody scurrying around. absolutely. and speaking of rain, we do have some on the we've got
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john talking about the possibility of actually a pretty decent storm come next john. yeah. it's looking like a good one, guys sunday night monday, even lingering into tuesday. some heavy rainfall just around the corner. >> so daria got her sandbags, all decorated and now she can line him up again in another way it is definitely going to be a calmer finish to this week that were with the way we're going to be starting next week. so in the meantime, enjoy what is actually a fairly inviting day. your view outside at your berkeley hills camera. so as you the low cloud cover that we have across the east bay visibility has been alright compared to specially monday, which was our foggiest of mornings do watch out for some low cloud cover. that is resulting in lower visibility on some of our hillsides like you saw the berkeley hills can go 40's and 50's for current temperatures. cool feel bundled up venture outside on some inviting roadways compared to yesterday. certainly a lot drier, then where are you worried for yesterday's come


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