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>> from the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking >> this breaking news comes to us from san jose tonight and appears to show san jose police first tried to arrest a juvenile male on the ground and then getting in an altercation with a woman. according to san jose police we've spoken with them tonight. they were originally called to the macy's at the oakridge mall around 6 this evening after reports about a group of 68 men were trying to steal items from the store and
police say, but a store employee tried to stop the thieves but couldn't and was injured. but the video shows a whole lot more. that's why when officers got to that scene, they see that group had already left. >> but then they say to people involved in this video that you saw there was one person on the ground initially being handcuffed by police. then there was the woman who came up started talking to police. and then that's when you saw that scene unfold, both of those people arrested for interfering with police so far no other information has been released about this incident. the suspects or what charges these 2 people seen in this video are now facing or the other folks. now one it as a result of this. you can watch this entire video right now on our website at kron 4 dot com. we're going to make sure you can posted and see it as well. but a lot of other news that we want to get to the saturday night here on kron. 4 news at 9 o'clock, thanks so much for joining us. i'm jonathan
mccall. >> and i'm justine waltman. >> now our other top story tonight, the omicron variant quickly becoming the most common one here in all of america. >> there's concerns tonight about a winter surge that could be here by the new year and san francisco international airport is now seeing traffic at almost 70% of where it was prepandemic and while preliminary data is indicating boosters are working against this omicron variant infectious disease. experts are cautioning everyone to take extra safety measures. this holiday travel season. kron four's gayle ong spent the day talking to travelers over at sfo and has more. >> people are heading to their holiday destinations eanly travelers. i spoke with say they feel safe because they received their booster shot. >> chris johnson and his family are heading to maui very excited. first day they arrive to san francisco international airport early for a trip they could not miss it was a 2019 1st president.
my wife and i. >> paid for a trip for everybody. and then the pandemic hit. and so we couldn't go in 2020 because shut down. and then 2000. 21 here we are towards the afternoon. the security lines at sfo had an 8 minute wait. >> workers say the mornings and evenings tend to be the busiest airport. officials say the number of people traveling is approaching pre-pandemic levels saturday alone had about 51,000 passengers departing overall, a 67% jump from 2019 a new wife and i are as travelers deal with the uncertainty of the pandemic for the second consecutive year jamie cook is not worried for both triple vaccinated. we had our booster were pretty good about masking. so i think feeling we're feeling pretty okay. while preliminary data indicates boosters work against the omicron variant infectious disease. experts caution to take extra safety
measures this holiday travel season. frankly, we're the best mask i can find where you're going and you're playing. it's going to be in 95 trying take it off. if you don't have a. >> can 95 or and 95, you know, don't get it. don't quibble. just put surgical mask but keep it on. >> and airport officials say sfo will be busy over the next few days and to get there early 2 hours for domestic flights 3 hours. if you're flying international reporting from san francisco, gayle ong kron 4 news. >> the cdc is going a step further to try and prevent any international travelers from bringing more cases of covid into the country. a pilot program just started for international travelers where they will get free covid-19 rapid tests. new rules started december 6 that require international travelers to get covid test within 24 hours of arrival but complicating matters. this winter is the lack of at-home covid tests, both rapid and pcr tests are in short supply and a lot of parts of the country just as people are getting ready to travel and gather for the holidays. the biden
administration has taken steps to ensure a supply of roughly 200 million tests for december. but those are not expected until after christmas. critics say the u.s. has failed to make tests as readily accessible as they are in other countries like the u k and singapore. >> the city of oakland could soon require certain businesses to mandate the covid-19 vaccine oakley city councilman dan calm has introduced an emergency ordinance to require proof of vaccination, places like bars, restaurants, gyms, theaters, concert, venues and even dental offices. >> get more people vaccinated reduce the that's why we're doing this proof of vaccination ordinance for oakland. we be able to say look at city mandated requirement and honestly, you know, if you're dining out, you should be vaccinated. you have to take off the mask. around other people. >> the oakland city council is expected to vote on the issue this coming tuesday. if it passes, it would not take effect until the middle of
next month. also in the east bay a major vaccine clinic in oakland has reopened after it was forced to close earlier this month. city officials say the closure was not due to a lack of vaccine and staff. the clinic all 3 of the vaccines along with covid testing. officials say that the site will be open monday through friday. from 9 to 5. the fruitvale clinic. will be open saturday through wednesday. also from 9 to 5. there are some limited hours on christmas and new year's day. we have all the kron 4 dot com. >> coming up a little bit later on. we will hear from health officials about why the cdc is recommending people got that pfizer or moderna vaccine. instead of the j j shot. >> hundreds of underserved families and the south bay getting gifts in food for a holiday meal today. the salvation army's second annual toy and joy christmas gift distribution event was held in san jose kron 4 all spoke with volunteers and organizers. >> feel very fortunate. they were able to make a difference.
>> a drive up to the s ap sports and entertainment center in san jose and a warm greeting from volunteers at the salvation army silicon valley winds down the end of another difficult year for some 445 families in the south bay, a tough 12 months kept with kindness and deep appreciation for the care. this is the choice between paying for electricity. >> are buying gifts for the kids and this just giving fans a little bit of hope due to pandemic restrictions for the second year in a row, the salvation army distributing holiday toys and food to families in their cars to be surprised how many kids face lit up more than 50 volunteers donating their time for those struggling. the most. prolonged public health emergency. it was a joyful experience. every single person was was wishing us. many thanks overall, 990 kids received gifts at the distribution of this is what makes me want to continue to
do this is seen the lives are changed. the hope that's a given knowing that these small contributions is is changing people's lives every day. last year alone, the salvation army silicon valley served more than 192,000 people and deliver 4.4 million pounds of food in san jose filipe job all kron 4 news. >> new tonight at 9 o'clock. take a look at the situation that was captured on camera today in the mission in san francisco. this is on mission street was video submitted to us by a kron 4 viewer and it appears to show 2 men fighting in the middle of the street. you can see both their cars are parked there right on the side of the road. the viewer tells us that the black car made an illegal u turn cutting off the white car and they say the white car honked at the black car. but the driver got out and pulled the man out of the white car and fis just started flying here. police have not given us any information about what happened here. but we're going
to going to continue to follow this and bring you updates as soon as we get them. >> oakland. police tonight say they need your help. finding the person who they say shot a homeless man just before 9 o'clock this morning on international boulevard. that person now being wanted and sought for attempted homicide. first responders were able to get to the scene to take the victim to a nearby hospital where tonight he is in critical condition. investigators are hoping that someone recognizes the person seen in these pictures and video. you get a closer look on our website. kron 4 dot com. if you have any information on who this person is. make sure you reach out to school board. president ro n- christian rodriguez is in critical condition tonight after he was reportedly hit by a car. that information coming to us from san leandro unified school superintendent doctor mike mcloughlin who says that rodriguez was walking with his wife when the crash happened. rodriguez is in grave condition. no other details on
the investigation have been made available. but superintendent mclaughlin says that the district we'll provide updates as soon as they become available. >> there's been a nother retail theft in the bay area. this one in berkeley and police say a man stole over $1000 worth of clothing from the uc berkeley student store. investigators say a student employee was injured while trying to stop the suspect from running away. police describe the suspect as an african-american male who is 5 feet 9 inches tall with a thin build. he was last seen wearing a green beanie and a pair of black and red sweat pants. if you have any information you're asked to call. you see police now to the incident where police have arrested 5 adults for giving alcohol to minors during a park. police say they were able to make the arrests after those adults agreed to buy alcohol to undercover agents who are posing as minors in front of a liquor store. police then arrested and cited the adults for furnishing alcohol to the minors. the penalty for doing
this is a minimum $1000 fine and 24 hours worth of community service. a mcdonald's is. >> mcdonald's into dispute with a minority franchise owner and agreed to a settlement fast food giant said it will pay 33 and a half million dollars to former at oakland athletics. baseball player. her washington, washington owns more than a dozen mcdonald's restaurants in ohio and pennsylvania. he said the company treated white owners more favorably and denied him an opportunity to buy more franchises in wealthier neighborhoods. the company said it is committing 250 million dollars to support minority owned franchises ahead tonight here on kron. 4 news at 9. the possibly dangerous side effects that has the cdc telling folks. >> not to get the johnson and johnson vaccine. if they can help it. >> and then one of the biggest rental companies in the bay area is offering relief to tenants with back rent. we'll tell you who can apply and happened. >> but for some warning signs
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instructed the jury to begin deliberations immediately. they will continue on monday. prosecutors claim that the founder of the blood testing company theranos is guilty of defrauding her investors out of hundreds of millions of dollars. her defense team responded saying that holmes was building a business, not a criminal enterprise and that she went down with the ship rather than running away fairness failed in 2018 after its technology did not work as advertised. >> if convicted holmes faces up to 20 years in prison for each count of wire fraud and conspiracy as well as substantial fines and financial restitution talk about our 4 zone forecast tonight. a live look at san francisco city hall lit up in green to mark the worldwide release of the 4th matrix movie, which is premiering tonight at the historic castro theater key reams is in san francisco. we have learned. >> and we are still inviting him to stop by to do sports at any point tonight. i think he hears i'm pretty sure so we're
putting it out there in the universe. he may not directly here is, but i know he got folks. he's got some folks who come. we've got folks, we've got folks. but no, he's got some people who are probably got there. >> yeah, maybe instead of the movie. they're just putting kron 4 news in prime time up on the big screen. they should where they'll double box at the movie and some little corner just as good of a show. that's right. lots of entertainment on both lots of action. we'll send it right now is cold. if they're out there that movie career going to the castro it's >> it's a freezing in some parts of the very time to get that chilly. it's starting to we're reaching some 30's out there specially far north bay valleys. and we're tracking very dry, clear conditions out there right now.land it's because of that lack of blanket of cloud cover. >> temperatures once again going to be on the chilly side were already noticing some 30's popping up with santa rosa and petaluma already cooling down to 39 degrees at this 9 o'clock hour, which is just an indicator of what's to come for those 2 cities during
the overnight hours a little bit milder along the coast, especially for downtown san francisco, 46 degrees, but still it is just downright cold bundle up out there dress in layers. you know, the drill bay area. it's been cold for much of the day. well below average and tonight is going to be no exception when tracker for it. tracking calm winds out of the east. but we're going to see those winds switched directions out of the southeast tomorrow. 15 miles per hour or less. in addition to that, we're going to keep an eye on dense, low clouds and fog during the overnight hoers already starting to notice that low fog bang for santa rosa and avato down to near 0 or at 0 visibility far north bay valleys even conquered as well. downtown san francisco going to wake up to also thick fog bank along the coast. but the upper-level clouds going to be partly cloudy tomorrow as the storm approaches on monday bringing us another round of wet weather starting tuesday morning lasting all week long
for your christmas week holidays. so you do have any getaway travel plans take advantage of sunday overall going to stay dry showers off the coast going to try to make its way throughout the bay area coastline looking like a dry outlook overall, same for monday going to see that increase in cloud cover and then by tuesday morning. those are those light bands of rain with our next storm that is going to bring us widespread rain tuesday into wednesday and then we're going to see as one system exits. another one right behind it. so we're really not going to get a break from the wet weather. we are going to see widespread light to moderate rain. fortunately, our risk of flooding, mud and debris flows going to be on the minimal side just because we aren't really tracking some heavy downpours with this storm through sunday and monday. but we are expecting to see, though, inches of rain. 3 to 5 inches for north bay valleys anywhere from 2 to near 4 inches around our bay area shoreline and also for local cities. this is what we're
tracking for the next week ahead, 3 storm. so enjoy the dry weather while it lasts because this is going to be not a white christmas, but at least a wet one, which we certainly need it. yeah. got to really take advantage of the dry day tomorrow. yeah. and monday, too. so we have 2 days. you guys holiday shopping. jonathan, i know you need to get that >> local think local welcoming their local shoppers on amazon as well trying to do my part. i know. try. that's operative word. >> thank you. one thing that you can add to the holiday stress waiting till the last minute to get all of your presents bought and shipped. thank you so much for allowing me to read the if that is you, that is meeting. here are some helpful things to keep in mind if you plan to ship with ups. you have until december 23rd using next day air with fedex. you have until christmas eve using same day shipping. they say your package will also arrive on christmas eve if you
use the u.s. postal service. the lead in the last day to send a package and have it under the tree by christmas eve is the 23rd. the second storm because the last or the line was out the door. >> i i came over here and i'm just glad it wasn't very crowded. it's like. >> getting to be crunch time monday is expected to be the busiest shopping day of all the year yesterday was already the deadline for first-class mail to arrive by christmas. >> with us postal service. today is the final day for christmas delivery. if you are shipping with priority mail. you may have to pay a little bit more if you're waiting to buy into santa gift as well. >> becomes frustrating at times because you are paying either extra the same amount items to get there at a certain time. >> for the folks who work in shipping and retail industries. they say a little kindness is always appreciated from you. the customers this time of year. >> and while people are racing to get those last-minute gifts. you've likely seen that
buy now pay later programs that are available for a lot of online shopping. but courtney crown is reporting right now and why financial experts are warning people to pay attention to the fine print. >> customers. tell us the benefit is receiving the product immediately when it's needed. but those we spoke with admit the buy now pay later option could be a little too convenient. >> kelsey baker new the perfect gift for her dad was tickets to see the oakland raiders play the colts. i was able to get him like field tickets right behind the bench and it completely made his birth and i wouldn't have been able to do that with ow that sorting program kelsey used to buy now pay later, payment option. these programs allow customers to purchase big items and make smaller payments on them over time. i definitely see the concerns with because i mean, you can get yourself in debt that way. it looks like some things only $25, you know, for easy payments of $25. but at the end of the day, you're spending a $100 buy now pay
later options are usually offered online checkout for natalie gaylor, the option helped her purchase. an expensive mattress. we have to sully no interest subs like 16 months. no interest. we paid our that option 11 months lending tree surveyed a little more than 1000 american consumers in 2021. >> 2 in 3 say buy now pay later options have caused them to spend more than they would have otherwise. we sometimes for get what we want. and then we have at the end of the month or in 2 weeks time we have a payment. do. we don't have the money to make that payment experts say people entering these types of financial agreements must remember to make their payments on time could benefit your credit score. is it showing that you've taken on a loan and you're paying that loan off. however. >> if you miss payments even one payment you could see a serious negative impact your credit score, financial experts also advise researching which program to use some of them might charge you a little bit of interest. course, you always want to choose the one that has the lowest interest rate. and of course, customers must keep track of their online orders,
especially if they're using different services. they're on different payment schemes and they can't remember which payment is due this week. >> that was courtney crown reporting for us tonight. and it's important to note that most companies do send reminders of your payment due date and watch those to make sure you put those payments and on time. still ahead tonight, details on the so-called and ty woke bill that's being pushed by florida's governor. >> players. but first, the u.s. senate done for the year after the break, we'll take a look at what they were able to get done. what issues will be waiting on them when they re
>> congress is officially home for the holidays without delivering on presidents. biden's top wish list as kron, 4 washington correspondent jessi tenure reports the senate did not leave until democrats that something to show the white house. the senate closed its year without passing president biden's social spending and climate plan or voting rights legislation. >> but senate democratic leader chuck schumer still claimed a small victory. its been a long day but a good day's work i think my colleagues, the senate broke the gridlock on a large late of president biden's diplomatic and national security nominees. the motion is agreed to but only after schumer cut a deal with texas senator ted cruz. every senator here knows why have holds on these nominees. schumer agreed to schedule a
vote early next year. no later than 1/14/2022 on sanctions against the company behind the nord stream 2. that's the pipeline that will deliver natural gas from russia to germany. cruz has been holding of dozens of nominees since the biden administration waived the sanctions. joe biden surrendered to vladimir putin. that is the direct cause. for the threat of military invasion. ukraine faces right now. while both parties are gearing up for next year's senate battle in the 2022 midterm elections. schumer tried to end 2021 on a high note, senator leahy has just cast his 17,000 vote from on senator patrick leahy joined the senate in 1975 the privilege serving with. >> all of hundreds 100's of centers that >> in washington. i'm jessi tenure. >> and if you're hoping for a white christmas in the sierra you're like i'm tracking feet
next season. thanks doc. wow, he already scheduled my pt. i love doctors who work with athletes. does he know you tripped over a basketball? that's a sports injury. at kaiser permanente, we make getting care easy so you can get back on the court quicker. >> welcome back. tonight here on kron. 4 news at 9 o'clock as we continue our covid-19 coverage on the growing call for americans to get the covid-19 vaccine along with their booster shots as quickly as possible. but according to the cdc, not all vaccines are equal. they are now recommending. >> pfizer or moderna over the
johnson and johnson vaccine citing rare but concerning blood clot. cases from force camila barco learns why officials are keeping it around in the chances of the side effects. >> local health experts say the johnson and johnson vaccine has improved to be as effective as the other vaccines blood clotting problems were linked to the vaccine since last spring. officials considered it a rare risk. but now new information shows it's an ongoing problem. first of all, if you got to don't worry about the clotting issue. uc berkeley, infectious disease specialist doctor john swartzberg. >> is offering some reassurance to johnson and johnson recipients. new data shows blood clots are still occurring to people who have received the j and j shot. we heard that there are complications from. >> the j j vaccine, particularly in women. typically in the 20's 30's 40's 54 people developed a rare blood clot linked to the j and j shot. >> since last spring. 9 of
those people died this week. the cdc said pfizer and moderna are safer preferred and recommended over the johnson johnson vaccine when the cdc looked at well, others. >> serious complications that are very rare but can occur with and we've got early vaccines that are more effective in. don't have that complication. a logical decision was what the cdc said that doctor swartzberg says. >> if you have received j and j. there's no need to worry because the chances of blood clots are still small it's a small number of a million. >> so don't worry about if you got vaccinated months ago or 2 months or 6 months ago. the panel is still making the j and j shot available to people who want it. >> or have a severe allergy to the other options. experts say the johnson and johnson vaccine is better than nothing at all. for example.
>> populations are hard to reach here in the united states like homeless people. you want to get humane only get one. she has to vaccinate them and that would be that settings. the cdc directors on board with the panel's recommendation. >> she says it emphasizes the agency's commitment to provide real-time scientific information to the public. the cdc director says if you have received the j and j shot get boosted 2 months after with pfizer or moderna. and if you have received the j and j shot more than 4 weeks ago. you are not at an increased risk for side effects in san francisco, camila barco kron 4 news. >> pfizer, meanwhile, has clinical trials of the covid-19 vaccine to include a 3rd dose for children as young as 6 months. the move comes as the company says that the first 2 doses did not create a robust immune response in kids ages 2 to 4. but there was no safety issue occurring during the trial. now with pfizer
testing this 3rd dose and young people, the federal approval for that age group could get postponed until the middle of next year. uc berkeley, infectious disease specialist doctor john swartzberg says luckily younger children are not getting sick as easily as older kids or adults. >> we know fortunately that young children don't get as sick is older kids teenagers, for example, in adults and especially older adults. so that's great. on the other hand, we know that children younger children to get sick. some develop long covid some developed and inflammatory syndrome. and some develop serious complications from covid including want to be up in the hospital on a ventilator and tragically some guy just don't do it to the same rate as we see older people. >> so far the fda has only authorized the pfizer vaccine for emergency use in children, 5 and older.
>> several large school districts across the state, including west contra costa have delayed the vaccine mandate deadline. the district made the call after was clear they were unprepared to add thousands of students to their independent and virtual study programs this week the west contra costa county school board members followed the lead that was set by los angeles and voted to push the deadline from january. 3rd until february 18th the state's vaccine mandate will follow the fda's full approval of the covid vaccine for each age group and is expected to go into effect in july of 2022. usc just announced it is now considering a remote start to the spring semester and will likely ask students to provide proof of booster shots stanford and chapman university's along with occidental college are all requiring eligible students to get boosters ahead of the spring semester and the university of california is urging students. to do that as well. >> a federal appeals court has
now ruled that president joe biden's vaccine mandate for large private employers can once again resume the decision reverses an earlier ruling from a federal judge which pause that nationwide mandate. the court ruled that the mandate is necessary to limit transmission of the covid-19 virus. the mandate requires private companies with 100 or more workers requiring them to be vaccinated or submit to weekly test initially that mandate should have taken effect on january 1st president joe biden is set to deliver a speech about the omicron variant this coming tuesday. according to the white house, he's expected to outline new steps to help communities struggling with the new covid strain. he's also renewing a call for those who are not yet been vaccinated to book appointments for shots. boosters are available for all american adults, but only about 16% of eligible vaccinated, adults have received a booster shot. >> san francisco's largest landlord bear toss investments
says it will forgive uncovered portions of back rent owed by people who are unable to fay it themselves because the pandemic vera toss which owns some 250 residential buildings in the city announced a new rent relief program to cover tenants background as long as they apply for state relief funds by january 31st. if applicants are denied by the state then bear toss and its affiliate company green tree property management could cover up to 18 months of back rent in place of what the state what offer right now on kron 4 dot com. you can read the latest about all of the coronavirus headlines just scan the qr code on your screen right now. you'll be directed to our website. you can get some data on the omicron variant. also that new statewide indoor mask mandate and more on the cdc's recommendation about choosing the pfizer or moderna vaccines over johnson and johnson. it's all on kron 4 dot com. some of our 4 zone forecast. this saturday night. a live look at the golden gate bridge cloud.
no fog, nothing in the skies preventing us from. >> seeing anything this saturday night except that gorgeous big full moon that people are checking out tonight. the cold, the cold moon and it is cold out there. i'm meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here now with details on. >> the temperature for tonight and also into our last couple of dry days. yeah, that's right. because we're going to see winter officially return on tuesday and we're going to see storms. >> returning on our first day of winter in the bay area bringing snow showers to the sierra as well. we're already tracking the snow off the roads and it is making for a safer commute this evening now that the roads have been cleared out and cleaned up following this week's atmospheric river and also an additional storm that dropped a foot of fresh powder for most sierra cities. in addition to the feet of snow that we saw thanks to that atmospheric river earlier this week. but this year snowpack thanks to all that fresh
powder. averaging 98% of normal above average for central sierra 102% above normal with southern sierra the winner, a 105% of where they should be for this time of year. so more wet weather heading our way to the bay area that the rain and mountain snow returning to this year. in fact, we could get 2 to 8 feet of fresh powder starting for your tuesday afternoon through sunday night and one to 3 inches of valley rain on top of that, future cast for going to track the overall dry fairly clear conditions could see some high clouds overhead for the 2nd half of the weekend. but those of you heading out to your holiday destination, specifically if you plan on heading to the sierra for your christmas eve or christmas day, hoping for that white winter. you're certainly going to get it sunday into monday. we're going to see dry weather in the low 40's cooling down into the upper 30's thanks to the return of those rain and snow showers. back to you. jonathan, just staying or said
thank you. florida republican governor ron desantis says he wants to give this parents of the sunshine state. >> the power to enforce the state's ban on critical race theory at public schools. florida school district say they have not covered critical race theory in their curriculums. but that did not stop the state's board of education from banning the concept from public school classrooms. >> reporter evan donovan has the story. the governor proposed legislation that would codify into law. the department of education's ban on crt from earlier this year. >> but it would also go a step further, allowing employees to sue private companies if they teach critical race theory in the workplace. governor ron de santis on the attack against critical race theory. and i think what you see now with the rise of this won't get dollar g. >> is an attempt to really eyes. our history and the dea legitimize our institutions critical race theory is not taught in florida schools and the state's department of education banded in june. the
theory examines how american institutions can have racist results even if there's no intentional racism to start. >> terms of income education health child on what al ats, a mortality etcetera, we can see some patterns that happened. how did those patterns happen. it's not just by them mysticism magic. is that people are making decisions, whether they're where they not. >> the governor also attacked the concept of equity calling it a way to smuggle in ideology is a great little graphic. 3 people have different high trying to see over a fence and watch a ballgame. and i think the point of all of that as i understand, evan is really just to give people the fair chance that they need give people the freedom and the liberty and the opportunity that they need in life to go out there and build a life for themselves. that's how i understand those concepts i'm surprised the governor so confused. so how can the governor tell private companies what they can teach their employees. the key here is the private right of
action, which allows employees to sue companies or parents to sue school districts that teach crt a lot of times these people will fear lawsuits more than fine from the state department of education because when you do a lawsuit. >> you get discovery and you're subject to that. and when they say they're not doing crt. and then you have all this information showing that they are doing it really is an uncomfortable position for them. >> that was evan donovan reporting for us tonight. meanwhile, florida governor ron desantis laid out of missions this week, but no specific piece of legislation to santos's office is saying there could be one drafted by next month. >> coming up here next in thes wake of several games being delayed by covid-19 nfl. >> now has new protocols in place to try and slow the spread of coronavirus. we'll tell you what you need to know. and what this means for when you're going get to watch some of these games. let's hope so. the warriors playing without steph.
>> let's get a check right now of our 4 zone forecast as we take a live look outside here in san francisco at the transamerica pyramid. it's a very chilly night out there. >> lots of stuff happening in the city on this saturday night. kron 4 meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez who tonight to get you ready for the start
of your sunday another chilly day on tap as well. yeah, that's right. and today was a chilly day. in fact, we're about 10 degrees below average for livermore only warming up to 40 degrees when we should be averaging 57 degrees for this time of year. everyone below average anywhere from low to mid 50's. so. >> wasn't noticeably cooler day and that's going to continue as well for the 2nd half of the weekend live look outside. you can see those crystal clear skies and that full cold moon out and we're enjoying also very starlet night out there in the bay area. but it's because of that lack a blanket of cloud cover that temperatures really on the chilly side already starting to cool down into the mid 30's for those of you in santa rosa, nearly 10 degrees warmer along the coast pacific lee for downtown san francisco at 46 degrees and overnight lows tonight, widespread mid to upper 30's for most of our north bay east bay and south bay valleys. but those of you in santa rosa, even cooler freezing temperatures at 32
degrees wouldn't be surprised if you notice some frost forming in the morning. so just heads up there, especially for your sunday morfing commute where we could see dense low clouds and fog for most of our valleys and also tracking downtown san francisco cooling down to 43 degrees. so it is going to be another cool night out there with temperatures tomorrow in the mid to upper 50's. but we are expecting napa and allay only warming up to 48 to 49 degrees. so it is going to be noticeably cooler there just because of that thick fog being to start out with for your sunday morning commute because of the dense low clouds and fog overall, though, we're going to see partly cloudy skies turning into mostly cloudy skies ahead from our approaching storm going to bring us inches of rain through christmas eve and christmas day. find out when we're starting to dry out from the wet i 10 at 10 forecast because we are seeing overall a few days of widespread rain and then finally we will see a little bit of a break some time in the 10 at 10 outlook. but from now until then, enjoy
the drier forecast sunday into monday. how many times you think i'm going to ask you about the new year's eve forecast. oh, my gosh. i'm so nervous about that just dean because you've never had it rains since you in that did this may be the year i think we need a rain plan will get you some fluids for christmas. you have a backup dress or anything or a 10 ter. >> based on this. i don't need i think asking 10 times a day. i'm going to keep an eye on it because i'm getting nervous. yeah, but it will need it. but i'm getting nervous for >> thank you guys. all right. in the wake of the nfl being forced to postpone 3 games. the league and the players association. >> have now updated the nfl covid-19 protocols. the new set of protocols includes a more targeted testing plan as well as more flexibility for nfl players to attend meetings, virtually now team members will also be provided with at-home testing kits for their own use as well as
anyone in their houdehold upon entering team facilities. everyone is going to be screened for covid-19 symptoms football players who are not yet fully vaccinated will continue to have to undergo daily testing and those at high risk will now have the ability to opt out for the remainder of the season. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> the dogs taking their road show to toronto north of the border, they'd played the raptors without 6 of the regular players do talk about know steph, no dream on andrew wiggins, jordan pull andre iguodala otto porter. that's like a whole team itself. there'd sitting out this game 4 of number of reasons. but the bright spot tonight rookie jonathan coming of the 7th overall pick in this year's draft getting big minutes in his first start an nba game. steve kerr with only 9 players suiting up for this match up north of the border. only one
started playing 1st quarter coming to his first nba start driving to the paint, throwing it down rocking the rim big time athletics says and by the rookie. but reality settling in very quickly, fred van fleet with 3 of his 27 points raptors up by 21 at halftime. 3rd quarter, though, coming coming out with a tray he had 4 3 dunks on his way to a career-high 21 points, but it simply was not enough for the undermanned dobbs who are no match for the raptors. you don't want to not be down the lane in transition for the big dunk, even raising the roof as the warriors going to lose one 19 to 100 after the game. head coach steve kerr said despite this loss is actually gaining valuable experience for his younger players, especially coming back. >> the and dynamic athlete mean that he's powerful explosive. you can get downhill. so you see the it's great to see him knock down some 3 point that's going to be a big part of this development. got to get more
than one rebound, you know, in in 36 minutes period 6 turnover. so he kind of showed how talented he is, how young he high-ceiling is and how far it has to go on and one night. but that's the whole point of. getting him reps and and it was fun to see him out there. >> sticking with the hardwood. the third-ranked stanford women with a tough matchup on the road at number 7, tennessee in knoxville. no problem for the cardinal early haley jones with the spin move in tough finish stanford up. 4326 at halftime. but the vols come out on fire the start of the 3rd quarter going on. a 14 zip run highlighted by that reversed and one by alexis die cutting the lead on the 4th. but the cardinal getting huge lift in the 3rd quarter with this three-pointer at the buzzer to end the quarter and to jump the lead back up to 6 4th quarter. it was all aston practical who knocked down 3 straight trey scoring 11 points in just 3 and a half
minutes to push the lead back up to double digits. stanford going on with the big 7463 win over a top 10 team on the road. next up for the card and women. the number one team in all of women's basketball. the usc trojans on tuesday. an additional note. the u.s. u.s. in what in their first game of the season to grand canyon by a single point. the dunns now 10 1 finally tonight, tiger woods and his son charlie playing in the pnc championship in orlando. and check out charlie swag like father like son after burying bearing a practice part the woods are beginning the day with 3 straight birdies. this one, thanks to charlie who sinks it then flips the ball to good old dead tiger back on the course this weekend for the first time since that just horrific car accident early this year showing some flashes of why he 15 time major champion but also plenty reminders of the long journey. he still faces to get back to normal tiger and charlie shooting 10 under 62 of the
scramble around. they are now tied for 5th place. 3 strokes back of the leaders. it is good to see tiger out on the golf course, even more special to see a sun out there with but it means so much more. >> you thought he couldn't play. now he gets to be out there with this kid. that's true. you know that feeling i do other son bond. it's nothing like so still very weird. so i like it. you try to think whose job i can go after next. >> for a way to kick off the new year. jonathan, i'm just an saying who's places saw to do i guess rain is the only one next, right. traffic watch our into coming for we'll be our into coming for we'll be back. everyone needs health insurance. covered california is making sure more people can get it. new federal funding of $3 billion is available to help more californians get covered. julie and bob are paying $700 less every month. dee now gets comprehensive coverage with no monthly premium and the navarros are paying under $100 per month.
>> a giant they to seen was unveiled today in bolivia. the installation rest. mining city. pretty far from the capital in this nativity baby jesus is an immense 10 feet tall. mary is 20 feet. joseph is at 23 feet. officials say the installation is a message of h0pe to the bolivian people. the country is going through their 4th wave of covid. according to the ministry of health bolivia has reported more than a half a million covid cases and suffered just under 20,000 deaths to the virus. so this is supposed to. >> meanwhile, the annual christmas celebration at mexico city's main square is
underway again after the covid-19 pandemic shut down the event for the past 2 years. authorities have eased covid-19 restrictions this year so that folks could finally enjoy all of those festive it's like a lot of fun. >> definitely. did you have fun doing sports in the and likely have a good time having gotten right yet. so we'll see what don't worry. jason kylen. >> jobs are though he's come i don't know reyna. that does it for us tonight. we'll see you at 10.
>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 >> now at 10. we're following the latest out of the south bay tonight after kron 4 news viewer sent us this video. it appears to show san jose police try to wrest a juvenile male and then getting into this altercation with an adult female. according to san jose police, they were called to the macy's store around 6 o'clock tonight after a report cf a group of 6 to 8 men trying to steal items from the store. police say that a store employee tried to stop the thieves. but couldn't and was injured. and when officers arrived on the scene, they