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>> now at 3, a first in the nation. gun ordinance has just been passed in san jose. and many people are applauding the measure for its effort to make the city safer. but others say it's not going to prevent crime. liberal supreme court justice steven briar is retiring and this is giving president biden his first pick at a nominee. and many are wondering if he's going to stick to his campaign promise and nominate a black woman to the courts. and a top medical officials now saying we have to learn to live with covid long term as yet. another variant is emerging and showing up here in the bay area. now from the area's
local news station. >> this is kron. 4 news at 3. >> well, in this lawsuit is to make sure that this law doesn't go into effect. >> now it's 3 a legal battle is brewing over a new gun control measure that was just passed in san jose. and that's where we will start here during kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock today. thank you so much for joining us. i'm justine waldman. it is not even been a day since the san jose city council passed a controversial gun liability insurance ordinance. and already the city has been hit with a lawsuit. it's the first gun reform law of its kind to be passed in the united states. that council members are saying aims to promote safer gun ownership. but opponents say the law violates their constitutional right to bear arms. the dell law group and the national association for gun rights announced this lawsuit saying the goal is to make sure that this law never takes effect. >> we promised them that if they pass this. we were going
to see them in court. and last night we did just that we sued them. >> the group is claiming the new law violates the first and second amendments and says the judge has already been appointed to the case. and san jose mayor sam liccardo wasting no time in responding to that lawsuit. he held a news conference about an hour and a half ago where he defended this ordinance. >> we have spent. nearly 2 years in deep. discussion. legal experts throughout the country and here locally. about how we could fashion. i don't that way. the constitutional forcible have the impact reducing. risk gun violence and gun 100 communities. i'm confident we've achieved that. certainly courts will be the final arbiter.
>> kron 4 such a call is following up on the story. he will have much more coming up during kron. 4 news at 5. also in san jose today. police say a man wanted for a triple stabbing has died after getting hit by a car on highway. 85 kron four's. charles clifford is joining us now live from san jose. charles, this is a bizarre story. what happened here? >> it is a very strange start. stories started early this morning and there are 3 people suffering from stab wounds. and the police department says the man who attacked them is now dead. >> according to the san jose police department, they responded to the 2100 block of tehama on the east side of san jose around 2 o'clock in the morning, they found 3 people in a residents suffering from stab wounds. they were able to quickly identify the suspect in this case because he apparently lived with the 3 victims. the suspect had fled the area in a vehicle. they began searching for that vehicle and found in a short time later on the west side of san jose along the ends that near 85. then around 5 o'clock
in the morning, the california highway patrol was investigating a fatal pedestrian accident along 85 at the ends of the san jose police department arrived. >> and determined that the victim was the suspect in the stabbing from earlier in the morning. now, as for why the suspect stabbed the victim, the police department says that's still under investigation. we don't know what precipitated or or what motivated this individual that to commit the stabbings. >> during the investigation, we were in the process of obtaining an arrest warrant for him for attempted murder for this incident. obviously very tragic sequence of events this morning. 3 victims, their injuries range from minor to moderate. and now we have the deceased suspect. >> all right. back live now, the san jose police department also says they were not pursuing the suspect on foot. it's unclear why or how he ended up out on 85. the california highway patrol is handling that aspect of the investigation. but for now in the south bay, charles clifford kron, 4 news.
>> thank you so much, charles. and now 2 years later, 4 suspects are in custody for a shooting. we do have a look now at the suspects in the shooting happened in october of 2020. at the new web over vera valar to restaurant in san jose. police say that this could have been connected to a drug deal. and during the investigation, police obtained 6 search warrants leading to the arrest of 4 people here. the warrants also uncovered a gallon of liquid meth, a pound of cocaine and pills of fentanyl among other illegal drugs and various locations. that's according to police. 3 other people were also arrested in connection to this crime on suspicion of narcotics offenses. a big national story we're following today. liberal supreme court justice steven briar plans to retire at the end of his term this year. he is 83 and was appointed to the court by president bill clinton in 1994, our washington correspondent reshad hudson has the latest.
>> despite reports justice steven briar plans to retire at the end of the court's current term. president biden was not ready to talk about his plans. >> there's been no announcement from justice prior. let him make whatever state it is going to make. and i'll be happy to talk about it later. bryars exit will give president biden his first supreme court nominee. i think briar was some very good supreme court justice. he didn't get as much attention. >> as the others that he probably didn't get the attention of others did because he's not flashy. ohio. democratic senator sherrod brown says he doesn't expect president biden's nominee to be controversial. >> and should get republican support. he will choose a mainstream, jurist. >> briers departure won't change the 6, 3, conservative majority on the court. >> republican lawmakers tweeted their reactions. south carolina senator lindsey graham said, quote, elections have consequences. and missouri republican senator josh hawley said this will be a quote moment of truth for
the president and called on him to reject radical nominees during his campaign, president biden promised to appoint a black woman to the high court. the short list reportedly includes federal district judge cut 100 brown jackson in california. supreme court justice leondra kruger reporting in washington reshad hudson. >> justice briar is a san francisco native who attended ball high school and stanford university and today low with least a statement congratulating justice briar on his time on the nation's highest court. here's part of the statement. the lowell alumni association congratulates justice steven briar, lowell high school class of 1955. on it. exemplary career in public service. he is an inspiration to countless low alumni and san franciscans. we are immensely grateful. i'm proud of his long commitment to justice fairness and the rule of law and briars retirement will give president joe biden his first court pick. but is
there a way that the president's nominee could be blocked from joining the court kron four's noelle bellow spoke with a constitutional law expert and has the side of the story from us. she is here live in the newsroom. good good afternoon, justine short answer to that last question. it's highly unlikely a nominee from the president will be blocked on like when president obama nominated merrick garland. >> the republicans do not control the senate now. so while there might be some delay tactics in the judiciary committee, as long as the democrats keep their 50 vote majority. plus the vote from the p harris. however, the president nominates will likely get through. now justice buyers announcement gives the president plenty of time to pick a replacement before the end of june. president biden, as you heard, has previously said he would look at would be looking to choose a black woman for the role. uc hastings professor rory little says california supreme court justice leondra kruger could be at the top of the list of potential nominees.
>> true. there is absolutely fantastic. i think she would be great on the supreme court and i would applaud president biden if you were to nominate her. i think she would be confirmed. she is a moderate. she is not a a radical left progressive type. she's a moderate democrat. she's got experience in front of the supreme court. she's obviously been on the california supreme court now for a number of years. so she'd be great. there are other nominees. there's a judge in dc who is also talented and has a lot of claim. and she clerked for justice briar. that particular judge judge a good time g jackson. there's a judge in south carolina has been nominated for the appellate court down there has said. and as melissa mary melissa mary used a black woman who used to be the dean at berkeley, she is now in new york. i think she's a leading candidate as well. so they're probably be other names in the next few weeks. >> even some names there on that list. he didn't mention professor little says briar likely announced his nomination so far ahead of
time. so the white house has time to get someone ready to step in the day he leaves. catherine heenan is going to be picking up the story for us. she'll have more on kron. 4 news at 5, 6, justin, back to you know, al, thank you so much. we will switch gears now and get a check of our forecast as we take a live look outside of the hazy picture here across the san mateo bridge. our meteorologists murray stride rig as is joining us now with a look at the forecast for today. what's up in the air quality? it's it is hazy out there. it's not just me, right? no, it's not just you. it is certainly hazy out there. just and in fact, we're tracking moderate air particles out there right now. and you can just see that haze. >> past golden gate bridge, as you make your way towards the north bay. but it's widespread throughout most of the bay area. so that's we're tracking moderate air particles out there right now. and that trend is going to continue through tomorrow as well. calmer winds speeds above average temperatures. certainly not helping our air quality outlook, but downtown san francisco and pacific up
currently in the low 60's, a very mild temperatures there. oakland struggling to warm up into the mid 50's after waking up to not only dense low clouds and fog, but some of our innermost valleys in the east bay actually woke up with some frost as well. so very chilly overnight. temperatures in a bottle of allay 61 degrees petaluma in the upper 50's at 59 degrees. so wind speeds out there right now. fairly calm, but we're going to see winds increased slightly tomorrow out of the northeast 20 miles per hour less, especially along the san francisco peninsula. 19th straight day of no rain in the bay area. and that trend looks to continue friday. a weak storm will try to make its way into the bay area and this weekend as well. really, what we're going to see is an increase in cloud cover in the coming days. but unfortunately, the rain outlook just not really appearing. details ahead on my full forecast. and when we may see some wet weather returning to the bay area in just a few minutes. just team back to
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electric vehicles as part of his state spending plan. the governor laid out his climate change related budget during a visit to palo alto today. >> and ashley zavala has the details. >> ford stood tall with the state of california standing outside of ford, silicon valley innovation center. governor gavin newsome. thank the automaker and others from moving in a new 0 emissions direction. and we are on a mission to accelerate the electric adoption. the governor wants the state to spend 10 billion dollars over the next 5 years to invest in electric vehicles, including funds for trucks, buses, charging stations and money to help low income buyers purchase the cars. lawmakers last year already approved about 4 billion dollars for this purpose. newsom is requesting an additional 6 billion dollars. the plan is part of the governor's 37.6 billion dollar total proposed climate action package that in part attempts to decrease the state's reliance on oil and gas. california is on the tip. >> of the spear in terms of
the effects of climate change in extremes. but we also are in the leading edge of innovation, leading edge of addressing with a resilient mindset, these anxieties not just for the country, but for the globe newsom's event. wednesday came just hours before the state assembly budget committee begins weighing the governor's overall spending plan late wednesday afternoon. the committee is expected to hear from the administration and the non-partisan legislative analyst's office in documents released ahead of wednesday's hearing. analysts warn the legislature it should be cautious about creating new programs and expanding the scope of existing ones on climate change. the legislative analyst urged lawmakers to consider whether the governor's proposals are likely to be the most cost effective set of policies and programs. >> considering the significant funding recently provided for similar activities in sacramento. ashley zavala kron. 4 news. >> let's talk about our forecast now as we take a live look outside here across a very pretty picture of the golden gate bridge. can see
that haze that hang around this windy out there and sunny as well. our meteorologist marisa rodriguez is joining us now with a look at the forecast in our next chance of rain is. >> going to be white next month. know, just dean, i can't even see rain for the end of january. >> through the first week of february, unfortunately, let's just go from the bad news to the good news because i like to start with the bad news. first radar, very dry, clear conditions out there right now. but as we take a look at futurecast for, we knew that we were going to end the month of january. on a dry note because this is the 19th straight day of no rain in the bay area. weak storm going to try to clip the bay area. but as you can see, it's mainly just going to increase the high clouds overhead. that's going to continue through most of the 1st half of your weekend. better clearing on sunday, though. but then the second storm that was supposed to be more promising now is turning into a complete dud.
and no one was more upset about it than i was this morning. when i look at this latest model run because i was hoping to actually see some measurable rain, not even traces amount, just teens. so starting out the first week of february on a dry note as well. hopefully that pattern changes, though, because lugging, it really gave us much needed rain to start out this wet season. now, the 2nd half leading into this new year she's lacking. so she needs to pick up the pace because we certainly need the wet weather. but for those of you who love the sunshine, you're in luck because we're going to track a lot of that right now. we're seeing low 60's along the bay area coastline. but mid 60's for those of you in up temperatures for overnight lows. going to be on the chilly side. even for those of you in santa rosa. 35 degrees. upper 30's for concord in livermore with the widespread low 40's. but downtown san francisco and half moon bay in the low 40's and mid 40's for your overnight low. so high temperatures tomorrow, warming up about 2 to 5 degrees above average, upwards of 7 degrees
above normal for san jose. 67 degrees there as his redwood city. so warming up for thursday. but then that cloud cover going to cool us down on friday. that will change this weekend. but unfortunately, just and our rain outlook just looking slim to not back to you. ouch. thanks for >> still ahead here, the squeeze on your wallet might get a little bit tighter. why your next cup of orange juice might be a little bit more expensive. and next up, what the san francisco board of supervisors are doing to help keep people in their homes and off the streets.
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will set you back. 23 50 a month. both cities saw rents increase, but the increases were smaller than other cities. the medium one-bedroom went on suppers national index rose to 1000 $374 a month, which is 12% higher. year-over-year. the city of san francisco's taking new steps to protect people from eviction. the board of supervisors just passed an ordinance that is the first of its kind in the state. camila barco has the details. >> this is a huge step in reducing evictions here in the city. this legislation gives tenants more time to prevent them. >> from being evicted were safe from eviction. >> by the local laws, state laws that we passed, the temporary laws put in place to stop evictions during the pandemic. have proven to be successful for san francisco supervisor. dean preston. now he's making it a permanent solution. it's not that landlords won't get their
money. it's that we should not be using the fiction as the way to resolve the dispute around money. preston authored the legislation. >> making landlords throughout the city, give tenants a 10 day. notice. >> before beginning the eviction process, this gives tenants the opportunity to fix the problem that could lead to eviction. gives the tenant the time to either come up with the rent resolve whatever the other dispute is, get an attorney if they need one and try to prevent infection prior to the covid-19 pandemic. it only took 3 days before landlords could file. >> an eviction notice. >> but since the pandemic, california state law says landlords must give a 15 day notice if they intend to evict the laws are very harsh. and so a lot of these protections >> are expiring. the most common eviction filings are for people who don't pay their rent. according to preston, those filings dropped during the pandemic. they went from one 27 per month. 2, 3, at the end of 2021. he credits the
pandemic-related policies put in place. and preston says his legislation will ensure tenants continue to have those protections even after the pandemic. so we need to make sure that we don't return. >> to the days when these eviction numbers every year we're in the thousands and hundreds of people a month being evicted. now, preston and the board of supervisors unanimously agreed on this legislation. >> now, mayor london breed needs to sign it off. and if she does, this could take effect starting in march. for now. back to you. i'm alexandra limon in washington. coming up, i'll tell you why top medical official say will have to learn to live with the pandemic. long-term. >> also today, groups of thieves are targeting local jewelry stores will show you what happened during some recent smash and grab some also who police are l
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>> a new coronavirus sub variant has been identified and there are 11 cases of this new omicron subvariant here in california with at least 2 cases in santa clara county and now u.s. health officials say we need to stop chasing short-term solutions and focus more on a longer term. big picture fix that will help us all cope with covid. our washington correspondent alexandra limon explains.
>> well, the world health organization monitors the spread of a new some dubbed stealth omicron. pfizer announced it started clinical trials for an omicron specific vaccine. but doctor anthony fauci says there's an urgent need for something else. the universal coronavirus vaccine that universal vaccine called up and coronavirus vaccine would be targeted toward the types of areas that are most likely to cause outbreaks. i don't want anyone to think the pan coronavirus vaccines. >> literally around the corner in a month or 2. it's going to take years to develop top pmedical officials say it's unlikely the coronavirus will be eradicated or eliminated. they say instead the country and the world should aim to get the virus under control. the level of control. >> that does not disrupt us in society. doctor anthony fauci says control will mean hospitalizations and deaths are lower. similar to the numbers from the flu. >> to help that happen, fauci
says people need to get the currently available. vaccines and boost just because they still provide high protection against severe illness, hospitalization and death and won. the conn is associated with less severe symptoms. medical officials warn people should not become complacent. importantly, milder does not mean mild. and we cannot look past the strain on our health systems and substantial number of deaths in washington. >> alexandra limon. in the east bay health officials in contra costa county say they believe the omicron variant has peaked in that county. they say the case rate actually peak back on january 9th. >> and that hospitalizations peaked at the end of last week. however, they're still warning that hospitals are very fall. the county currently has 281 covid patients in the hospital. >> the county expects fewer hospitalizations in the coming weeks currently there are 29 1000 active covid cases in that county. sonoma county is
going to be hosting is large scale vaccine clinic. it's going to start this saturday. it's all part of an effort to expand access to vaccines and booster shots. the clinics will be held in the garrett building at the sonoma county fairgrounds. these clinics will be every saturday and sunday. each for the next 4 weekends that will be from 09:00am until 4. the county says appointments are not required, but they do suggest making one just you can guarantee getting a spot you can sign up on the website that's listed there on your screen. my turn, dot ca dot gov. beginning this friday. walgreens is going to start giving away free n 95 masks. there will be a limit. 3 mask per person. while the official start of this program is on friday. walgreens says it is a rolling start process here. so some stores may take a few extra days to get those supplies in. also learned that cvs stores expect to make some mask shipments available later on this week. on the
peninsula. police are investigating another smash-and-grab robbery involving local jewelry stores. the latest happening at the 10 friend mall in san bruno. kron four's dan thorn has the story. >> san bruno police say these types of crimes that happened twice at the mall in the last week. groups are rushing in and using tools to smash open cases and stealing things. but in one case, a store owner was actually able to fend them off. >> store owners are on high alert at the 10 for all san bruno police sharing these pictures of a group accused of smashing display cases at a jewelry store and stealing an unknown amount of merchandise monday night. it was the second time a jewelry store was targeted at the mall in less than a week. that's crazy that people would like have to resort like i don't know the solution >> but it's kind of tragic that this didn't happen at all. >> shoppers like ariel mega say smash-and-grab crimes have made going to the mall a little uncomfortable jewelry and high-end retail stores across the bay area have been
seeing a recent increase in these robberies. and it's scary. think that this would happen here. police say despite one man in this group of one of the robbers being armed with a gun on friday, a store owner was able to keep them from taking off with any of his stores jewelry. a display case was destroyed. but once the store owner drew his own gun, the group ran off. police say fortunately no one was hurt. it's unclear if these 2 cases are connected. some shopper suggest that right now people should be keeping their eyes peeled well out at the malls. just people have to watch out for other people. >> we have to say something. you know, god gave us a mouth to speak. definitely if i see something going on >> san bruno police have not identified any of the suspects. and so far no arrests have been made anyone with any information about these crimes is encouraged to give them a cop reporting in san francisco, dan thorn kron. 4 news.
>> it's time to talk about our forecast as we take a live look outside here across the bay bridge looking out towards the east bay on this wednesday, halfway through the week. maybe you're going to tahoe this weekend and our meteorologist rodriguez has the forecast. any new snow come unfortunately, no new snow, but there's still a lot of old snow roads. just seeing a lot of sunshine out there right now. i-80 at donner summit. >> make sure to drive safely for heading to or from tahoe in the coming days. but the good news is our sierra snow packed still above average as far as snowfall goes averaging about 103% of normal. why should be for this time of year. but remember, we still have the deficit from the previous 2 winters that gave us some lackluster rain and snow showers in the bay area. and unfortunately, that dry pattern also going to continue for those of you in this as well. seeing a lot of sunny cloud conditions but mix of sun and clouds throughout
tomorrow. >> with south lake tahoe up, 43 degrees, truckee in the low 40's and we're going to hold steady in the mid 40's throughout most of this year friday into saturday, partly cloudy skies. but unfortunately, just seen even our snow showers looking lackluster in this year. so enjoy the powder that we've got there because there's still a lot back to you. >> number that coming up here? have you ever wanted to spend some time with dolly parton? what about spending some dolly parton in the kitchen? tell you how you can do that part and also try out some of her favorite recipes. plus, we're tracking the ticket prices for the forty-niners nfc championship game this weekend. hope faith will have a little bit of money to spend because it's not cheap. we do have a programming reminder for you. the bay area's local news leader is bringing you another hour of live local news. you can watch 4 news at noon every weekday on kron 4 and on our free streaming app. and on our free streaming app. and now for our high school's most admired alum.
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>> one of the biggest producers of orange juice in the entire world is seeing its smallest crop in about 75 years. growers in florida are battling with a tiny bug that spreads a bacteria called greening disease from grove to grove. that bacteria ravaging the citrus crop. and the only way to slow the spread is to burn the infected trees growers have instead. invested hundreds of millions of dollars into research than
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>> the forty-niners are put in the work on the practice field today. ahead of that big nfc championship game this weekend. and this afternoon, we do have some good news on several key injuries and insight from quarterback jimmy g on that matchup against la and kron four's sports reporter kylen mills is now here live the newsroom with details. how we feel and how the team feeling kylen. >> yeah. forgot about me. justine. the team, though, is feeling good. they are feeling confident. we're from several players after practice today. they're all on the same page about mentality of this group. they believe in themselves and
they believe in each other, which is extremely important. they also believe they can win this game. there were times this season with the forty-niners were struggling. it seems like ages ago, but nearly halfway through the season, san francisco was 3, 5, the niners say they stuck together and never lost focus. the players also stuck behind quarterback jimmy garoppolo when many outside of the organization question whether he should be starting or even playing the season. head coach kyle shanahan says garoppolo's professionalism and calm demeanor is a big reason behind this team. success. rob lowe talk today about how he deals with those critics and how important niners nation is to this team. >> think just knowing knowing yourself and knowing where you are playing big part of that because, you know, if you get lost in and start believe in some of those things that could take you down the wrong road. so. think it's just about knowing yourself as a player as a person. and i know as long as these guys in this locker room, i have faith in me and believed in me. that's all i really care about. faithful that travel i mean,
it's when you can get your fans behind you like that on a road game and we knew it. i mean, before the game even started, there's a lot of red. you can see it. but once we start making plays and they started loud, it just change the momentum of the game. i think. >> a couple of injury updates, cornerback ambry thomas was able to practice in a limited capacity today he's recovering from a bone bruise in his knee, but still that is positive. also offensive tackle trent williams sat out because of an ankle sprain. however, head coach kyle shanahan says he expects him to play on sunday. so that is also promising justine. i'll send it back to you. i'm are you throwing a watch party for the game or what's your plan? i'm in the kron 4 studio on sunday night. they're all right. that's where we'll be at that. >> game on sunday is going to be very exciting. some big football game sunday. and then, of course, the recap this weekend during conference in primetime. that's where i'll be because these ticket prices are very expensive. found think i'm actually going to the game there spiking
ahead of the big game. those prices. one thing to note, if you're buying tickets on stubhub, make sure you click on the filter that says show prices with estimated fees that will give you a better idea of the total price per ticket. and right now the cheapest seats, the cheapest seats are hovering around $760. the most expensive seats that we found are going for more than $10,000. it's a short the holiday season might be over, but the football season is not. and that is why some forty-niners fans are keeping their niners themed light displays up. it's supposed to be good luck ahead of sunday's game. so check out this display that's on in sacramento right now. it has a replica forty-niners football field. the official forty-niners logo and jerseys hanging in the garage and on the garage. even a model golden gate bridge. the owner of this house has been putting on this forty-niners team display since 1990, he says.
it is, of course, about rooting on his beloved team. but it's also about bringing joy to the community. >> i like people enjoyed. i just feel like i'm i'm helping. yeah. maybe lightning up to people's out. you know that we feel right now. it is. but it is pretty dark times right now. hopefully hope there's a plus a plus for sport. the forty-niners. don't forget that. haha. >> that is amazing. if you thought the outside was impressive, wait to see what the inside looks like. this is the room that bruce ellis worth calls the forty-niners man cave. it's decked out with memorabilia that's been collected over the years was were says he intends to keep the display up. until the forty-niners win the super bowl. so hopefully just a couple more weeks also, electric bills compare our meteorologist resort because he's here now with a look at the weather for the game. doesn't look, any rain is going to be in the forecast. definitely not snow since the plan. la. so how sunday's
going to be? it's going to be very sunny. and the good news just dean is it's also going to be noticeably calmer because we are tracking santa ana winds. >> starting thursday in los angeles and ventura counties. >> leading up to saturday night, but sunday looking great. still windy. a little bit breezy, but not like those gusty santa ana winds that certainly warm-up temperatures and create those fire danger concerns. but let's take a look at sunday's forecast for los angeles are forty-niners taking on the rams. i love a good socal nor cal battle kickoff 03:30pm in the afternoon. and temperatures near 70 degrees. hard to believe it's winter, not just in the bay area, but even in southern california where yes, they are seeing temperatures in the 70's rain. some real look at been getting a lot of questions about this just because 19 days of no rain in the bay area has a lot of people concerned. so here's the good news. we do have above average rain for this wet season. so right now for
san jose, you're already more than what you should have gotten this whole wet season just for the last couple of months alone. that's why you're up to 104% of average average for you should be around 6 and a half. and you're already seeing that. so that is great. we got an above average rain already, especially for san francisco international airport. you should be averaging about 10 inches of rain already gone up to nearly 17 inches. that's why you're 165% of normal. so that is the good news right there. but remember, we still have lackluster previous to wet seasons where we didn't get that much rain. but the good news is this wet season already bringing much needed beneficial rain. that's why we're all seeing severe drought conditions as opposed to extreme and exceptional drought. like what we were just a few months ago. back to you. just in. >> thank you >> voters are casting their ballots in special elections
in san francisco in on the ballot. our state assembly for district 17 assessor recorder. but the really big one is the recall of 3 commissioners on the school board today. kron four's as the spoke to the 2 principal proponents of the school board recall. and one of the commissioners also being recalled. >> one of the fundamental issues for the yes on recall, the san francisco school board campaign. it is from their perspective, the board of education wasted time on other issues during the pandemic. instead of focusing on reopening schools, see the and other blue engine started. the recall effort. >> so the schools are open, right? so i mean, ultimately and that's what you want. it then was and go for with the recall. >> so there are a couple reasons. the one big one is learning loss of these board members don't believe learning loss happened and if they don't believe it happened, they you know, they haven't measured it and have a cup with a plan to address it. >> and, you know, it is for every community from black. it
is that, you know, patrons, every off that, you know what to think of it talking about the think you guys have not focused on academics for a kid's francisco school board. president gabriela lopez and 2 former vp follow good. really good. and alison collins r the commission is being recalled. >> this is allison collins, first television interview says the recall begin make your best case. >> why you should retain your seat on the san francisco board of education. >> i was elected. really help the district. hold its promise. 2 families specifically around ensuring that each and every student has access to a safe school. and that's not just some kids, but that's all kids. in addition, yes, on recall advocates say that san francisco schools are in a crisis that covers equity, budget and leadership. you need to get confidence. debate is in the community that we have good leadership. >> on the school district that
can actually run things well and then focus on education. otherwise you're not going to get those payments by and, you know, can you to see the spinal to what's, you know, more and more cuts as more and more families leave the district. >> those against the recall are concerned that there may be other motives if you don't like a policy choice, you vote for a different candidate. but if we're going to disrupt end, our whole electoral our whole process argument. democratic process in san francisco, any time people with wealth and influence, you know, political influence have the ability to do so. we're putting our city at risk. >> has he let you run for news? >> the >> oldest fish living in an aquarium is right here in the bay area. we'll tell you where you can visit this. this young you can visit this. this young buck right here. and now for our high school's most admired alum. get up there. oh shut up. this is so embarrassing.
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>> the oldest aquarium fish in the entire world lives right here in the bay area. meet along. fish thought to be 90 years old. the rare catch made her way from australia to the california academy of sciences in san francisco. way back in 1938. hughes and biologists say the fish was already 6 or 7 years old. then and salon is named after noah's grandfather in the bible who was said then to be 969 years old. her handlers say that she loves fresh figs and belly rubs.
doesn't look a day over 9. pretty cool video off to the coast of off of the coast of newport beach. thousands of dolphins jumping out of the water here right near a whale watching tour boat. this is video from newport landing in davies locker. we'll watching passengers were just awestruck by the scene. can imagine going to see that in real life. no one knows exactly what caused this dolphin stampede they may have been debating a predator trying to get some food or just wanted to be popular and get a lot of likes on instagram. dolly parton and baking company. duncan hines are teaming up to bring some of the country music's favorite cakes straight to your home. the dolly parton line includes banana cake mix, coconut cake mix, butter cream frosting, obviously. and chocolate buttercream frosting dolly's baking collection went on sale today. unfortunately, it is sold out. even if you just want to have that the
collector's item of the box and itself is pretty cool. but you can also sign up to get notified for when. those items will be on sale again. we have time now to check in with newsnation to see what the team there is working on for tonight. >> tonight and dan abrams live on news nation. the other 3 officers facing charges for the killing of george floyd are in court. why this trial? this time looks a lot different and is no slam dunk for the prosecution. now, here's ashley with a look at banfield. >> thanks, dan. tonight on banfield that may not look like america, but it's la how a crime wave turn tinsel town into dump reeling in the big one. but it wasn't the fish. the one thing no one wants to see on their hook and wire florida iguanas falling from the skies. it's something 80 million people are about to feel. that's tonight on banfield on newsnation. you can find newsnation on the channels listed right here. we have more details on our website. kron 4 dot com. and here's a look at what is coming up at 4 o'clock on kron on. we have an interview. >> with an oakland man who's living with alzheimer's. he's
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