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the bay area's local news station. we now with breaking news. >> that breaking news just minutes ago. the highway patrol reopened. all lanes of interstate 5.80. it had been shut down for several hours after a shooting that happened earlier tonight just after 05:00pm on west bound. 5.80, in oakland where it connects with interstate 80 before the bay bridge toll plaza investigation into the shooting is continuing at this hour. i was actually among the hundreds of drivers stuck in the traffic backup earlier tonight on my way into the newsroom. the chp has not released information on the shooting itself at this point.
>> the chp was diverting traffic off of interstate 5.80, on to interstate 80 towards emeryville and berkeley for several hours. that is not the case right now. we will continue to follow this breaking news and bring you any updates as information becomes available. good evening, everybody. welcome to kron. 4 news tonight at 8, i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne or other top story tonight is fact that as more and more people become eligible to get their booster shots. it's getting harder for some people to actually get that shot. some cvs pharmacies had to send out cancellation alerts recently telling people who thought they were going to get a shot that they do not know did not have enough vaccines kron four's rob nesbitt explains in many case it is is more of a worker shortage issue than it is a vaccine shortage. >> the infectious disease expert i spoke with says this covid surge is affecting the workforce and those who work with vaccines are no exception from those who work in vaccine warehouses to the health care workers administering your shots. this is not the text you want to get when you've
been anticipating your vaccine appointment for weeks. several patients at cvs scroll down to read that weather conditions were changing vaccine supply could be the problem. a cvs pharmacy in monterey county clarified over the phone that it's the latter of the 2 for them. we have to cancel all the destinations for today. can he count happening at vaccine saying their store doesn't know if the shipment will arrive until the it's a logistical nightmare. i spoke with doctor john swartzberg about the current supply of covid vaccines. >> the infectious disease expert at uc berkeley says that there are plenty of shots for everyone but not enough workers to package and ship them. we've got plenty of vaccine, the warehouses and have it. >> have to be operational. in a lot of the people who work in the warehouses, not just for vaccines but for any kind of were there's a lot of covid going around. now he says more pharmacists and health care workers administering the vaccines are also having to call out sick during the current spike in positive covid cases.
>> the omicron variant is to blame for that as well as the long lines at testing sites all over the country. we see this all the time. you know, we're seeing right now with them. >> i'm getting tested with testing here's the problem. a shortage the tests themselves. a spokesperson from cvs health says the pharmacy has administered more than 41 million covid-19 tests and 50 million vaccines since the pandemic started. >> saying, quote, we have the inventory and capacity to meet ongoing covid-19 testing and vaccination needs, including in areas of high demand. no answers to monday's cancellations. the doctor swartzberg has advice for those receiving text alerts. >> he says you should start with friends and family to see where they got their shots. and if that doesn't work, he recommends reaching up to city or county health departments call him and find out where you want to be able to go if you're the for missing. they say they can't. >> do it for you. ask them, you know, anybody who is, you know, you're going to start creating your own networks. doctor swartzberg says the california department of public health's website is also a great resource to find
where vaccine appointments are available in your area. >> in san francisco. i'm rob nesbitt kron 4 news. >> around the bay area. the number of coronavirus cases climbing and that has led to high demand for covid tests and it is not just sick people who are looking for those test students going back to school. people going back to work. people traveling internationally. they are all demanding and driving up for demand to try and get a test. and since take home tests have become almost impossible to find testing sites are often the only option. >> well, it was hard. this month because of the surge right. usually it's not. but it's definitely gotten worse. so it's hard to get an appointment i luckily this is guest this week. >> anybody in contra, costa county who needs a test. the county has 2 free testing sites, one in richmond, another in san ramon. the cdc updated testing guidelines today. the agency is
suggesting if you have tested positive for covid and are using rapid test to see if you still have it, you should way towards the end of the 5 day isolation period to take that test if your test result is negative, you can endure isolation, but continue to wear a well-fitting mask around other people at home and in public until day 10. if you still test positive is be recommended that to isolate for an additional 5 days for a total of 10 days as we enter a 3rd year of living with the virus. san francisco county will consider permanent sick leave moving forward. >> supervisor gordon mar introduced a public health emergency ballot measure today that would make sure that city employees and private companies with more than a 100 employees get paid if they get sick and have to quarantine or care for a family member. it's not yet clear just how many days would be covered. the board has to approve the measure for it to be on the ballot thie june and then a majority of san francisco voters would have to vote in favor of it before it becomes
law. health experts are warning that this latest surge hasn't even peaked yet. even in highly vaccinated san francisco case counts of almost tripled in a week and with at least a couple of weeks before the peak officials said the mayor calling on everyone to take extra steps to try to protect themselves. kron four's. dan kerman has more. >> we're learning what it means to live with covid san francisco mayor london breed at a news briefing tuesday as she and public health officials addressed how the omicron variant is saturating the city. our seven-day average case rate is 829 cases per day, which is more than double last winter's peak hospitalizations are rising with cases but not as rapidly due to what health officials call san francisco's wall of immunity due to vaccinations. but with breakthrough cases common among even those boosted officials say the surge will likely continue for at least 2 more weeks. we call on all of you to take extra care over the next several
>> what are your household risk for possible and layer up on your defense with breakthrough cases already impacting healthcare workers. police fire muni and other city workers. officials are calling on residents to take extra steps so as not to make matters worse. that includes getting vaccinated and boosted reducing time spent with crowds indoors and upgrading your mask and 95 respirators. but also the kn 95 or that. and kf 94 ares. >> ideal are protective. there are other good ways that people can their protection and that includes layering and easily obtainable surgical mask under a cloth mask. >> city officials say the next 2 weeks will be critical. that's why they say these extra protections must be taken immediately. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> right now. kron 4 dot com. you can get the latest covid-19 headlines, including information on where to find testing sites and vaccines
just scan the qr code there on your screen with your mobile device. it will take you straight to our website. >> now add a new tonight, cal fire officials announcing tonight that they know the cause of the massive dixie fire last year, which burned more than 950,000 acres and destroyed more than 1300 structures after months of investigation. cal fire says that fire was sparked by a tree touching power lines owned by pg and e near the crash today am the report has been sent to the butte county district attorney to decide what to do next. another big story we're following tonight. the san francisco board of supervisors met for almost 4 hours tonight to discuss the possibility. >> of re addressing the recent state of emergency that the mayor declared in the city's tenderloin the city supervisor who represents the tenderloin. matt haney thinks it is too early to take up that debate. the main result from the hours long debate was a decision to really address the issue again next month on decision passed
by an 8 to 3 vote with supervisors melgar's stefani and mandelman voting against it. the supervisors made the decision in order to let the public comment on the current situation in the tenderloin. also in san francisco police have made an arrest in the city's first homicide of the new year. there's a shooting yesterday afternoon at an apartment building on brandon street near the embarcadero. police say they found a man who'd been shot and say that 43 year-old ricky an later turned himself in. he now faces charges including murder and assault with a firearm. san francisco police are also investigating a reported carjacking in the city's south of market neighborhood. that incident was reported near 6th and harrison streets around 4.30 yesterday afternoon. police say a man was standing outside of his car when a group of 4 men approached punched him and then took his vehicle. the suspects are still at large. there's no description of the man that's been released if you know anything about this crime. you're asked to contact san francisco police in the east
bay oakland. police have made arrests and one of the city's first 2 homicides of the year. last night was the second deadly shooting of the year. >> police found a man who had been shot on the 300 block webster street. he died today at the hospital. police have not yet released the name of the victim nor the suspect in the south bay milpitas police have charged anthony john juco for the death of his 35 year old girlfriend back on january. 2nd, but he is not in custody as he remains in the hospital from injuries during a high-speed chase involving milpitas police which ended with a crash in fremont. police found the victim in the back seat. they say as soon as doctors clear juco, he will be booked into the santa clara just santa clara and 4 on charges of homicide koh's mother name simona marie kondo has also been arrested for allegedly helping to go try to escape from the area once police arrived. coming up
tonight on kron 4 news today. the push continues for california is to be able to sue gun manufacturers. the latest on the proposal. >> then some new water restrictions are taking place across california. the drought is continuing. even with all the rain we had. >> what you need to know to avoid a big fine and then it is almost a year since the capitol insurrection and ahead of the anniversary police are stepping up security once again.
>> well, as you likely know, bees do a lot more than just make honey. and the population of bees not just in america but across the world has been dropping significantly for years now. jackie ibanez has a look at how decreasing bee populations could affect what you eat. >> how a group of protesting bee keepers are raising awareness. >> honey bees are responsible for pollinating 80% of flowering plants in the united states, including more than 100 of the fruits and vegetables we rely on and all those pollinate, crops come with a huge profit of roughly 18 billion dollars. those benefits are at risk. according to data collected from the nonprofit group bee informed partnership between april of 2020 to april 2021 the keepers in the u.s. lost almost 50% of their colonies
with losses attributed to climate change. harmful farming techniques and the use of pesticides. but be colonies aren't just dwindling here in the states. conditions in chile are also creating quite the buzz. the family and the bees are dying. these are important worldwide. the other. >> as beekeepers placed dozens of hives containing thousands of bees in the streets outside a government building monday. >> protesting the extreme drought plaguing their country, which they say is killing the plants bees need to survive and we have a lot of it. there would be no life of bees die. law enforcement arrested at least 3 of the protesters as bees swarmed the streets. both on a personal note. it's dangerous for the people who are allergic because they can cause death. >> that was jackie ibanez reporting. according to the office of the u.s. trade representative the united states imports roughly 2 billion dollars worth of fruits and nuts from chile. >> and that means the flow of those goods could be disrupted
if they're bee population dramatically decreases. >> californians who waste water may soon get soaked by expensive finds new water restrictions have been adopted as the drought continues restrictions ban, people from watering their lawns for 48 hours after rainstorms or letting their sprinklers run onto the sidewalk. violators could be fined up to $500 a day. regulators say they want to stress voluntary water conservation and enforcement is up to local authorities the restrictions could take effect as soon as the end of this month. a step outside get another check of our 4 zone forecast. you can see some clouds hovering behind the buildings in the financial district and our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here. those clouds hold more rain. large? yeah, a little more rain coming our way as we're going to see. >> kind of thick fog settling in. we've seen that up for the golden gate bridge of that fog right down on the ground. so some spots, very foggy outside right now leftover moisture from the previous rain. in fact, we had a little rain move through early on this evening. things have tapered off a little bit. but i think
overnight tonight we've got a few more rain drops to come. you see the showers moving through there a quickly moving through the evening hours. here comes and there it goes. kind of fade away as it moved on by. but there's more out there now. more to come overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning and he's going to be very light showers as they come through temperatures. you're looking at 50's around most of the bay area right now. 53 in san francisco, 50 in santa rosa 55 degrees in san jose high pressure trying to hold on here, but it's kind of weak ridge and that's allowing these funnel system to drop over the top of that. another will come through overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning bringing with it a few more showers late tonight, early tomorrow morning as well that i think we'll start to see that ridge start to build in. we're going to dry things out by tomorrow afternoon. i think thursday looks like a dry day, but it's not gonna last long. we've got another storm system coming in after that. that would likely bring some more rain overnight tonight. you can see on the computer models. not much in the way of rain. just some light showers outside tonight, especially near the coastline and some of that fog out there all around the bay area early
tomorrow morning. watch out for that may be so that ground fog in your neighborhood. but then clearing out a little bit. i think we'll see some sunny breaks in between the clouds tomorrow. highs will be in the 50's and low 60's. the next few days. the sunshine returns on thursday, another storm rolls in on friday. more sunshine, some dry weather expected this next weekend. >> thank you, lawrence will say lawmakers today introduced a bill that would allow private citizens to sue gun makers and sellers over shooting. our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains the proposal along with another bill this year that will also take aim at the gun industry. >> california lawmakers tuesday unveiled new legislation aiming to hold the gun industry accountable for shootings. ab 1594 will allow victims of shootings, including private citizens cities and counties to sue gun makers and sellers on claims the industry acted recklessly and dangerously. >> if we can suit car dealers, if we can sue lawyers without practice. if we can sue a barrage of individuals. why
should not people this state of california at the same with bills. sue a gun matter of fact. >> this announcement comes just weeks after governor newsome pushed for a similar proposal after the supreme court about texas to take a similar legal approach. but to abortion state lawmakers say this new bill has been in the works for the last 6 months and is different from the governor's push new someone's private citizens to enforce a ban on assault weapons and ghost guns. assemblyman mike gibson says he'll rolled out legislation for that later this week. it's a spirit of what the governor was asking, which is >> ordinary. californians. >> really have ability to hold gun industry accountable. policymakers say right now cases get tossed out in the early stages of a lawsuit depending on how judges interpret legal protections for the gun industry policy would not create liability or mean that every case against the gun industry is successful. it simply means
that people be ensured that they will have an opportunity to pursue about playing to responsible reckless dangerously acting gun dealers be avoided republican assembly public safety committee. vice chair tom lackey says the proposal is political banter. it's not common sense it's comes to getting the truth point really is not only and the disrespect to my college legalize the sense of personal responsibility which is the big problem that we're having >> this violent and i don't like the term gun violence because it it directs the attention towards the weapon itself. the instrument audience tend to behave here. >> with little written in the actual bill. text of ab 1594 as of tuesday, a spokesperson for the national rifle association said it's impossible to comment on what's obviously a place holder bill, the bill now waits to be referred to a committee with hearings likely to start in the spring in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> the california supreme court has ruled that violent felons cannot be considered for early release, even if their primary offense was
considered nonviolent. the state's high court issued unanimous ruling yesterday. the case involved expanding proposition 57 approved by voters in 2016 that allowed for inmates convicted of non violent crimes to apply for early parole in an effort to try to reduce the prison population justices ruled that prisoners with combined sentences that are both violent and nonviolent felonies are still considered violent felons. >> still ahead, we take a look at one of the many reasons a record number of americans continue to quit their jobs and the power. the current worker shortage gives them.
>> nearly 4 in 10 americans are looking to switch jobs this year. that's according to a survey from fidelity investments. the number comes across all age categories with 47% of 18 to 24 year-olds looking for a switch. aside from the financial incentives. the most popular reasons to move are based on people's personal values, including company, culture and schedule flexibility and that is likely one of several reasons why a record 4 and a half million americans quit their jobs last month. the bureau of labor statistics says it was the same number in september. the sector hit the hardest by those quitting was the hospitality industry such as
hotels and restaurants. low wage sectors directly affected by the pandemic are experiencing the most people quitting their jobs. other industries include health care, transportation and warehousing experts say the high quit rate is a symptom of a tight labor market where workers can find a new job and a better one. quickly. >> cargo seems to be on the move at the ports of los angeles and long beach, which is why fees for idled containers are being delayed yet again. port officials say there's been significant improvement in moving the containers out of the docks. these were supposed to be handed out yesterday, but now the situation be assessed during the week and fees will potentially be handed out next monday. the fees have been delayed several times since being announced in late october because of progress in moving those containers coming up next. we're just 2 days away from the one-year anniversary of the january 6th insurrection after the break. >> we'll take a look at what changes have been made in the last year and we'll talk live with congresswoman barbara lee
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president harris, our washington, dc correspondent jessi turnure has the story. >> good evening. capitol police board members held what they even called an unprecedented news conference today to show the gravity of the attack nearly one year ago and what they've done since then to make sure it can't happen again. >> police are monitoring several events scheduled on the first anniversary of the attack on the u.s. capitol, including one protested the dc jail where a number of the attack suspects are being held really nothing. that is of great concern to us at this point. but capitol police chief tom manger stresses his department is ready for anything stronger and better prepared to carry out its mission today. than it was before january 6 of last year. major says work began immediately after the 6 to fix failures in intelligence operational planning and leadership. now every officer has a cell phone. better training and an improved process to request assistance from other law enforcement agencies to make this campus
as safe and secure is it can be democrats are largely controlling thursday's events of the capital to commemorate the attack which senate majority leader chuck schumer cautions was not a one off january 6 was a symptom of a much broader illness. >> that has now infected the modern republican party. in washington. i'm jessi tenure. >> and as jessi tenure just mentioned, democrats are holding a number of events. january 6 reflects on the stunning events last year trying to find more effective ways to protect our democracy. and one of the members of congress hosting an event. thursday is oakland congresswoman barbara lee. she joins us live now. >> with more. congresswoman, thanks for joining us. i want to start before we get into what you're going to actually do on thursday by reminding people. what happened a year ago and some have tried to dismiss this or play down what happened that the police allowed protesters to walk into the capitol. it wasn't that big of a deal. you are inside the capitol that day. tell us what happened. several
people died. what was going on where you were when this riot was taking place. >> thanks so much. nice being with you both this and let me tell you, there's so many trying to revise history. i was sitting right there in the chamber. when it in fact, and this was an attempted coup. these insurrectionists were trying to get into the chamber. i had to evacuate first. we had to put on. we were told we might have to put on our gas masks, which is kind of like normal right for and be prepared to hit the floor. because they were heading so closely to the speaker's lobby which is right outside the chambers. the security personnel told us get ready to evacuate very quickly and i'm telling you, we barely got out there. this would have been a mess mass casualty event. but i tell you also that i wore my tennis shoes that day because being black in america ii always have my intent is a right. so i've been reading a lot of the right social media and all of
their blogs and all of cheddar was about violence and it was a terrible thing. as i said, well, i'm going to be there because i believe in the peaceful transfer of power. and i'm going to be right there watching this because it's a historic day and lo and behold, i said but i'm aware my shoes. anyway. and so i did. and that's what happened. and i'm telling you, those perpetrated this. let's be held accountable. the peaceful transfer of power was almost awarded that day. and so, yes, we have got to that only secure and protect the capital and those workers staff members. but we also have to protect our democracy because it's very fragile. and these people are regrouping and you see where what's taking place now. throughout the country. and so have to talk about this on january 6 as we commemorate that horrible day and we're going to talk about remembering the reclaiming our
democracy in my with panel discussions and a host of events. so good was doing virtually because yes, of course. and we certainly want to talk more about that. but i do also want to ask you. >> are you satisfied that the capitol police are prepared for any potential that may occur on the anniversary of the event of the insurrection last year. and are you hearing anything from them about where there is increased chatter right now. >> well, i i believe they're a heck of a lot more prepared than they were last year. and the fact they've you know, everyone about what they believe will take place but nothing that's going on that would keep me from wanting to be there. i just wanted to be in my district. so i think it's very secure and i think that many, many lessons have learned and the security up capitol police for this have really been able to. get more equipment. the intelligence gathering is a lot better. the coordination with other intelligence and police agencies. a heck of a lot better. so i'm confident that
that is going to be safe. but i have to just mention one thing about the cap the police because last year this was so traumatic for the capitol police i mean, they were doing a yeoman's job. and in the blackout, the police officers that i know many of them because as you know, i've had all kinds of security issues and they called me afterwards and told me not only were they fighting to protect us and the citadel of democracy, the capital, but they were also fighting for our democracy and fighting to save their lives because they were being called the n word they would be in harassed. they would be in that pushed on. they were being fought. they were being in the middle of fights. one police officer told me i was like a civil war. they have to fight for their lives themselves. so the capitol police officers, especially the black police officers did that. unbelievable job with minimal resources we found out and learn later that that did not that they only had and they needed a heck of a lot
more. we're almost out of time. congresswoman. but i want to ask you about what you plan on having done on thursday. >> what's the most important message want to get out. you know that on that same former president trump is also having >> well, what the message to be how fragile our democracy is. but it survived. and i want people to understand why it's so important that we have to pass the john lewis voting rights advanced act and the freedom to vote act and to really help protect our democracy. because it's very fragile that we have to engage political action in voter registration and make sure that we really understand that these elections are going to be extremely important. and so the messages we still bad, but it was very, very dicey him in many respects because it could have been a mask as we did that. and so we can never forget. the committee is doing a phenomenal job in making
sure that those who are perpetrators of this coup are held accountable and that we have to move forward to solidify protect our democracy. again, this last question as so do you feel like you're fighting an uphill battle and. >> la and in light of what's happening at the state level with voter suppression measures passing with local election officials with one loyal loyal list to the trump administration being put in certain positions of power. do you feel you're fighting an uphill battle at this point. well, i feel like we have to the voting rights act of freedom to vote act right away because week because of gerrymandering and because of how they're trying >> through electoral process, trying to make sure that they have mechanisms in place that would not elect out for a full democratic participation for people to exercise their right to vote. yeah, we've got to do something. we have to do something quickly because this is the manifestation of
january 6. this is the next step not to say that they're not going to do you know, around the country one day. this is as horrible as january 6 were trying to make sure that that never happens again. but there they be merged political ways to try to make sure that they control. the government and in engage in willie, what is beginning to look like. real form of a dictatorship and we know that donald trump came to office with sebastian gorka and steve bannon and steve miller, all these neo-nazis who are white supremacist, who really want to see the our democracy and and so we've got to fight hard and we've got to make sure we engage in political action. we've got to make sure that as a democrat we keep the house in the senate and the white house and do the right thing by the american people. >> congresswoman barbara lee, thank you for joining us tonight. we appreciated good luck on thursday and obviously very important day and one that's going to live a long
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the nascar driver, the center of all this is facing some backlash and an investigation by nascar after he unveiled a sponsor featuring that phrase. alice capello has the story. >> nascar says it will have to review a sponsorship between race car driver brandon brown in the crypto currency lgb coin. the coin inspired by the let's go. brandon phrase a divisive in disguise insult towards president biden, a social media promo recently released from brown's team shows the unveiling of his number 68 chevy camaro with the lgbt coin logo in trademark. the team said the red, white and blue car would be used for all. 33 races in the 2022 nascar xfinity series season beginning next month. the slogan derived from an interview brown did after winning a race last fall when a television reporter mistook vulgar chance toward the president for cheers toward the driver. brown's publicist told usa today sports that nascar originally approved. the car's paint scheme in
sponsorship before now saying the agreement needs to be reviewed. the publicist also says the race team will work to clear up these new issues with nascar, alex caprariello news nation. coming up next in sports, the san jose sharks back in action as they face off against the detroit red wings, sports director jason
golden gate bridge tonight. yeah, there's more action along the coast to chief meteorologist lawrence karnow standing by with that. yeah, some thunder swayze moving in along the coastline right now. we've got some big-time swells as high as 22 foot high. those waves crashing along the coastline expected to last until at least tomorrow morning. but be careful going out there going surf and those waves are going to still stay large even though the should begin to recede throughout the day. storm clouds rolling in to the state. more rain around the bay area. more snow showers up in the sierra nevada right now. kind of quiet outside. you're going to see a couple sprinkles developing overnight tonight. it's tomorrow morning and every to catch a little bit of a break. high pressure showing signs that flattening out a bit. again, as you've got another frontal system roll over the top of that. remember, we had all that rain, though, in the middle of december. high pressure is all building all the way up toward the gulf of alaska. but now the sus tormes kind of flopping over the top. so they're not coming in full force. kind of weak systems right now. but a slightly stronger one expected to move in. i think as we get into friday showers overnight
tonight, possibly early tomorrow morning. and then i think this system is gone behind that will start to clear out your skies and warm temperatures up a bit tomorrow probably will see a couple sunny breaks in between the cloud 60 degrees in a valley about 59 degrees. watch out for some dense fog late tonight, early tomorrow morning. in the napa area, 58 degrees in fairfield. that fog going to be prevalent probably right to the delta into the central valley. so be careful. are you planning to make a road trip up to the tahoe area. see a lot of that ground fog over the next few days. temperatures over the next couple. not bad. it's not as cold it has been so i think we get to thursday. we're going to feel that sunshine. enjoy all of it. this is going to be be gone forever. >> well look happen to be on one man side with his favorite team helped him find his ring while driving home from sunday's tennessee titans game. chad davis realized that he didn't have his titans
themed wedding band on his finger. he went into panic mode. as you might well imagine and told his son to post a incident online after hundreds of retweets by fans. the team sent out a crew to search the area with davis had been sitting and about 90 minutes later. they found the ring and they are now working to get it back to him. >> oh, my gosh. that's why love this team to be honest. i mean, that's why that's why this. it's that simple. love. this team. >> even has a houston church where the titans originally where the houston oilers the 2 security guards who found the rain will also be rewarded was some special memorabilia. everyone's a winner. >> nfl star antonio brown surface courtside at a brooklyn nets game yesterday. just one day after the public meltdown. that's how it's described that might have ended his football career. the
tampa bay wide receiver was spotted watching the nets take on the grizzlies. he posted on instagram from the game say it's a new day. the night out came after about 24 hours after brown stripped off his jersey and passage during an argument with coaches and ran off the field mid game. the head coach initially said he was no longer with the team. but brown is apparently still on the official roster. a final decision will be up to the bucs general manager. >> and now kron 4 sports from the 18 t fiber sports desk. >> we lost indeed very justified buzz of clay's upcoming return is the fact that andrew wiggins is quietly making a push to become an all-star for the first time in his career. wiggins is averaging 19 points per game has successfully been guarding the best when player on the opposing team night in and night out for the klay thompson said.
>> that makes him one of the top 2 way players in basketball playing on the best team in the league that subjectively true december. first with shooting. 54% from 3. now you have to figure steph curry and draymond green will be shoo in for golden state. but history tells you that the team with the top record. usually get 3 guys in so we asked andrew winning does matter and he hopes he's recognized for that. >> well, i've been winning is always. we're always, always up for, for all stars over the some players. always view of vote no matter what, you know, the best they are, you know, that the stuff they've done. like i that the facilities and now you may. >> are one?
>> would love to see waves in the all-star game in cleveland. a team that drafted before you got treated quickly. finished humble world tonight sharks in detroit taking on the red wings. second period. it turned up 2 zip tyler but tuesday with a short-handed goal right. that's his second of the game. now moments later, pius suter says hate me too bro. that's also his second goal of the game. detroit pouring it on sharks fall. 62 he'll take on the buffalo sabres on thursday. now like it's done too much of society covid-19 continues to turn the sports world upside down. >> on tuesday. stanford university announced that all winter sports that take place indoors will be limited to only student athletes and their families. so if you're planning to go see the defending national champion women's basketball team or the men's basketball team and left your family member or, you know someone on this cloud. very close to you. it's a no-go. these changes are
effective immediately stanford athletic director bernard muir says full spectator attendance for all events will resume as soon as it's appropriate spectators that outdoor winter events will be seated with social distancing and they'll be required to wear a mask staying on the college level. one of the most anticipated local college hoops matchup of the season has been postponed. santa clara was set to host saint mary's on thursday. but the gail they don't have enough bodies because of players in covid protocols tatum areas is projected as an ncaa tournament team this year. they're 12 in 3 on the young season really having a good year. meanwhile, santa clara having a solid season as well. the broncos are 10 in 5 a makeup date has not been announced all righty that is your look at sports. we'll be
to help keep the gum sealed tight. parodontax active gum repair toothpaste because of covid last year frommer's has released its annual list of best places to go in the u.s. and they include yeowe national parkor its popular geysers and expanded outreach to native americans. >> san juan, puerto rico for its newly renovated resorts and traditional folk festivals charleston south carolina force, african-american museums and food and wine festival. the kennedy space center for its massive space exploration exhibit and the kenai peninsula and alaska
houma. what frommer's calls one of america's most underrated road trips. matt damon is getting roasted on twitter and other social media platforms over his new crypto ad in it. the a list actor urges people to invest in bitcoin. critics are calling it embarrassing cash grab by a celebrity who already has a lot of money according to some critics bitcoin is risky aod expensive and they say damon should be telling ordinary americans to be brave with their life savings, not to mention extremely damaging to the environment. the powerball jackpot is now worth 600, 10 million dollars. no winners again last night in the drawing. in fact, nobody has won the jackpot and more than 3 months. the next drawing is tomorrow night, a new challenge on social media is paying tribute to the late betty white and her love of betty white challenge is urging people to donate $5 to local animal shelters in time for what would have been whites. one 100th birthday and that's on january. the 17th.
>> white love animals so much. she wrote a book back in 2000, 11 called betty and friends my life at the zoo. she was even named an honorary zoo keeper in los angeles donations for the social media challenge have already generated thousands of dollars for shelters all across the country. keepers are busy this week at the london zoo doing a very unique form of inventory. it might just be one of the best jobs ever. look at this. all they have to do is hang out and count penguins all day long as you can see, though, it might not be as easy. keeping track since those penguins love to be petted in the process. the zoo keepers have more than 400 species to tally up, including monkeys and lions and camels. you name it. and that does it kron. 4 news tonight at 8 but don't go away. we have much more coming up in just a couple of minutes on kron. 4 news at 9. we'll be right back.
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at our primary goal is to keep our schools open it's important logical same thing ridiculous. this is the time to not be scared. i think it's time to move forward. >> tonight, a 9 marin county parents are voicing their frustrations as new regulations to try to stop the spread of the omicron variant in schools are set to go into effect. good evening. thanks for joining us on this 9 o'clock hour of kron 4 news. i'm ken wayne. and i'm pam moore. marin county health leaders are now recommending indoor school sports be played without spectators. the new rule means no parents family members or fans at the games for death or and talk with the county's public health officer and an upset parent about the changes he has the story from nevada. >> the high school basketball season is already underway in marin county. but the threat of the omicron variant is putting a damper on it. local officials are asking schools to not hold assemblies or allow