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>> now at 3, continuing to follow breaking news out of the east bay where a man was found dead near a school in antioch. the bomb squad is on scene will explain what happened. and several schools in oakland at risk of closing their doors. what we're learning about how this could impact students and teachers ahead of an important meeting scheduled for tonight. and governor gavin newsome, san francisco mayor london breed both in hot water yet again over masks. they were seen in photos yesterday's 49 ers game maskless. we've got reaction from the governor. >> now from the bay local news
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station. this is kron. 4 news at 3. >> thanks for joining us this monday here on kron. 4 news at 3. i'm noelle bellow. our top story this afternoon is out of antioch where police are investigating after a man was found dead early this morning. officials say a man in his 50's was found with signs of severe trauma and wires were also found near his body as a result of the findings. the walnut creek police department's bomb squad is investigating as well. kron four's haaziq has more details. >> a man tried to set off a bomb, blew himself up. that is how a resident describes being notified by antioch police who were going door to door, giving them the option to shelter in place or voluntarily evacuate while the bomb experts secure the area. it happened monday at around 07:30am, and 2 out. police received a 911 call about an adult mills dead body being in
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the street ne out. police dispatch. >> received a call. the subject down and the area of west 17th and a street. >> antioch police strategic communications officer daryl saffold after investigating the area and the preliminary investigation of the body. >> there appeared to be wires located near the victim. so the walnut creek, the police department's bomb squad, was notified along with the atf and the fbi. >> a 6 block perimeter was set up to investigate the incident. classes were canceled at eric and live oak high schools. temporary lockdown were placed on antioch middle school in fremont elementary school. while investigators swept the area for any possible explosive devices. a representative from the antioch unified school district says that parents were notified about the situation. >> as far as a motive or any messages being fouled all at or near the deceased. officer scout, though, says the investigation is actively ongoing and we don't
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necessarily have any further information at this no other persons were reported injured during this incident. >> has it made you cry on for news? >> now to our coronavirus coverage this monday, santa clara health officials marking 2 years since the first covid case was detected here in the bay area. earlier today, health officials talked about the continuing fight against the virus, including a testing mandate for health care workers. kron four's charles clifford was there. he's joining us now with the latest charles, 2 years. and we are still dealing with this virus. >> yes, we are. it was a 2 years ago today, january 31st that santa clara county health officials at a press conference and announced that a resident had contracted the virus. that resident had traveled to wuhan china in january of 2020. so at a lot of water under the bridge. since then today, the health officer here in santa clara county, doctor sara gave us an update on where we are with the pandemic and where she thinks things might be headed next. since the beginning of
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the coronavirus pandemic, santa clara county has seen over 275,000 cases of the disease. most likely that is an undercount over 2000 people have died. and currently we're in the 5th wave of coronavirus. fortunately, doctor sara cody says that the numbers are trending in the right direction. the positivity rate has dropped in recent weeks. the overall number of cases is dropping. also, there are now effective vaccines and boosters available. 83% of the population here in santa clara county has been vaccinated. there are also new drugs coming online and testing is widely available on monday, doctor cody said that she hopes in the weeks and months ahead that the health department and government can start to fall back into its more traditional role. >> many of the activities that we've been as government. they need to provide mass testing and mass vaccination to ensure that everyone is reached as fast as possible. anticipate that will transition back to
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the way that we traditionally work, where you would go to your health provider traditionally for vaccines and testing and that our role at the county and in the public health department will be more our traditional role, which is access and removing barriers for people who are the most vulnerable in our community. >> now, doctor cody did not lay out any sort of timeline about when mask mandates or restrictions might be east. she says most likely we will see further peaks and valleys when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic. but she hopes that things will get back to normal sooner rather than later. all right. also from today's press conference, the deadline high-risk workers, first responders to get their booster shots is tomorrow. >> health officials here say they are hoping that those few holdouts who haven't done so will get those booster shots at fault, individual agencies to set to decide what if disciplinary actions would
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occur for any sort of employee that doesn't get a booster shot. but they're hoping that people you know, volunteer, get those shots without any trouble. but for now in the south bay, charles clifford kron, 4 news. all right, joe, thank you. >> for that live report. meanwhile, moderna has received full fda approval for its covid-19 vaccine. the vaccine was first granted emergency use authorization back in december of 2020. since then, more than 200 million doses of the moderna vaccine have been given to americans right now. moderna shots are only cleared for adults because some studies show it may cause heart inflammation mostly in young men and teen boys. you might remember the pfizer covid vaccine received full approval last august. johnson johnson has not yet applied for full approval of its covid vaccine. big news out of the east bay this afternoon where the west contra costa school district has reached a tentative agreement with the teachers union over covid
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protocols. the tentative agreement means of the union is going to be delaying their strike. vote. some of the terms agreed upon include kn 95 masks being provided daily for students and staff weekly covid testing at all school sites for the remainder of the year. twice-weekly testing of a class had a positive case and additional testing after the february and spring breaks. it also includes an increase in pay for substitute teachers. and finally an increase in pay for elementary school. teachers who are taking on additional students. also in the east bay, parents and teachers in oakland are waiting now to find out which schools their district is planning to close. 8 schools are on the chopping block for 4 at her and for schools could merge. this is a huge decision for the oakland school board and they're set to be discussing this tonight during a special meeting, the district claims the decline in enrollment and attendance is causing the school district to face a 12 million dollar deficit next school year.
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however, school board member mike hutchinson says the district it's not in a financial crisis and believes no schools should be caught or merged. >> there is no need to make any other adjustments. and so this idea that we need to for school closures this year to address next year's budget is just false. the school board are ready to address that. >> the meeting starts at 6 o'clock this evening. have done. son is posting on facebook encouraging people to jam the meeting and say no on school closures. 1000 people can attend the zoom meeting. the board's final vote is set to be held on february 8th. oakland's indoor vaccine mandate is going to be starting for some businesses tomorrow. people are going to have to show proof of vaccination in order to enter indoor businesses that serve food and drinks. it also applies to entertainment venues, theaters, gyms and libraries contra costa county, berkeley and san francisco all
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have similar mandates already in effect. now, speaking of san francisco, though, there's a couple of changes happening tomorrow in the city. new rules going into effect for people attending large indoor events in san francisco, events with 500 or more people must require every person to show proof of vaccination, including proof of a booster shot. they must have received those shots at least one week prior to the event. attendees can also show proof of a negative covid test taken with 24 within 24 hours for antigen tests or within 48 hours, if you have a pcr. meanwhile, if you are fully vaccinated, you will be allowed to take off your mask and some indoor settings in san francisco. that change also going into effect tomorrow as well. the city says you can remove your mask indoors only when people are in stable settings like offices and gyms, where everyone is fully vaccinated and boosted when eligible san francisco does have a
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vaccination rate of 82%. a date has been set for a public memorial in honor of the late great john madden. according to the oakland coliseum website, they're calling it one more monday night in oakland. celebration of life is scheduled for valentine's day, february 14th. that will start at 5.30, at the coliseum. the same site, madden experience some of his greatest coaching accomplishments. tickets are going to be sold via ticketmaster and are set to go on sale later this week. all proceeds will go toward matt and charities providing education opportunities for the youth of oakland, madden passed away at age. 85 back on december 28th. well, it was a heartbreaker in southern california. the san francisco forty-niners came up short against the la rams in the nfc championship game yesterday. and now everyone is wondering what the future holds for jimmy g and the rest of the team. now, the team was hoping for 2 more weeks to work, but the rams came back from behind
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and beat the red and gold 20 to 17. they can thank a jimmy g interception for that one that might have been garoppolo's last path as a 40 niner as the team will more than likely turn to rookie trey lance to start next season. jimmy g says it was a great season, though, and he's ready for whatever happens. coming up at 3.45, sports director jason dumas says going to join us to talk a little bit more about what's next for jimmy and the rest of the team. now the that game was held at sofi stadium down in los angeles. it's actually created some political controversies, though, for san francisco. mayor london breed and governor gavin newsome. here's why. despite the statewide indoor mask mandate. everyone was seen last at so fi not wearing their masks. the governor took pictures with la mayor eric garcetti and magic johnson not wearing a mask. london breed as well. magic johnson then posted those pictures to twitter account and it's gotten a lot of backlash. governor newsome talked about the pictures during a news conference
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earlier today saying he did wear a mask for majority of the game and just took it off to take the picture. magic was kind enough. generous enough to ask me for a photograph and in my left and some ask and i took a photo rest the time i wore as we all should when i had a glass of water. well, i think and courage everybody else to do so and >> that's it. >> well, the governor went on to say the state is seeing a significant decline in the number of confirmed covid cases in the state. we've also reached out to mayor breed's office for comment. but we have yet to hear back. all right. coming up here at 3 o'clock, a long time business in san francisco. >> forced to relocate why the owners are scrambling to find a new place for their restaurant. >> plus, an important deadline if you get your health insurance through covered california, we've got the details and all you need to know on that. but first, after
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the break, seems targeting an east bay. jim, getting away with thousands of dollars worth of equipment. we've got more from the gym owner about the huge loss. >> winds are pretty quiet right now. calm the single digits, but it's going to be a little bit more active as we go into tonight in the next couple of days. look at our couple of days. look at our and now most admired alum. get up there. this is so embarrassing. there's no way it's me. (giggling) man: you know her. you love her. ruh roh. what are you doing here? it's anna gomez! who? our first gigillionaire! with at&t fiber, anna's got the fastest internet with hyper-gig speeds. i didn't know you went to this school. we have a lot in common. live like a gigillionaire with at&t fiber, now with speeds up to 5 gigs. limited availability. itchy? now with speeds up to 5 gigs. scratchy? family not getting clean? get charmin ultra strong. it just cleans better, so your family can use less. hello clean bottom!
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>> 3.15, and california is moving to dismantle the nation's largest death row
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moving all inmates currently there to other prisons. a spokesperson for the state's corrections department says the goal is to turn the section at san quentin state prison into a positive healing environment. the moving of inmates would take about 2 years. officials say people on death row would not be re-sentenced, but they would be moved to prisons that typically house people serving life without parole sentences. governor gavin newsom first placed a moratorium on executions 3 years ago. kron four's dan kerman is going to have more on this story coming up at 5 o'clock. 2 men caught on camera breaking into an east bay. jim police say they took off with nearly $5,000 worth of equipment. happened at the diablo crossfit in pleasant hill. kron four's amanda hari has more from the gym owner. >> the tells me the all across it is a small local business. he says the last few years have been tough with the
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covid-19 pandemic and the restrictions and shutdowns that have come with it. he says now this is another hurdle to overcome. you get the feeling of being violated. you know, we've had someone that came in and probably around the premises. >> at will with ease and and obviously very comfortable. a scary situation for an east bay, small business. 2 men broke into diablo crossfit. >> you can see them in this video late friday night. they spent about a half hour going through the entire gym. one of the coaches noticed early saturday morning he had found the mom are our jim, especially in disarray. you could tell immediately that someone had broken in the coach contacted owner craig howard. he checked the security video and can see it all go down. 2 men looking around and then stuffing items into a back. they broke into a back window in this video. you can see one of the men noticed a security camera and cover his face. well, most of the gym equipment is too heavy or
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large to move. the suspects went after electronics. we moved a lot of our business online and to be online. you have to have camera equipment. you have lighting. >> have sound we have a mixture boards for podcast. they took about $5,000 worth of stuff. howard reached out to pleasant hill. police. >> they told him they were in the area last night about 15 minutes after they believe the suspects left. police say the suspects may have triggered an alarm at a neighboring building. police told howard the suspects may have been strategic with their timing. the big car accident, pleasant hill that night the about the same time. and they said they monitor that. they know the police will be distracted. howard says in the last month. >> they've had reports of people seen around the building. after hours, police told in these situations are becoming more common. >> but they say the suspects usually don't come back because many home or business
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owners fortify their space after a break in for our members all say we're probably safer now than we were prior to this. howard tells me they've been located in that building for 13 years. >> in that time, this is the second break-in. amanda hari kron. 4 in san francisco, a vietnamese restaurant in the financial district is set to close next month. >> after being blindsided by the building's owner size vietnamese restaurant has been serving the community for 37 years and just was recently told by its landlord they have to vacate the building and 30 days. the restaurant owner says their lease is set to expire on february 28th. but until just a few days ago, they were under the impression the building's owner was going to renew their lease after the eviction notice. there's now a scramble to try and save the restaurant and help out the workers there. many of whom are family members of the owner. >> and i wish that they would
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give us this month to month up, at least give us to a time that we can actually find place. you know, instead of just knocking us out of that, it came so said that you not. it wasn't something tha didn't expect to be happening, but not just so, you know, it kept us. had gavin, hide. >> kron 4 did reach out to the building's owner. we have not yet heard back. meanwhile, the family is raising money now to try and relocate to another building in the same area. all right, 3.20 switching gears here to talk a little bit about our weather forecast. taking a live look at the golden gate bridge. no fog insight today, but it definitely was chilly kron. 4 meteorologist dave spahr looking at our forecast a day. >> well, yeah, we have cloudy skies. also half moon bay, too. so a good chunk of the bay is out of the cloud cover except up in the north and points further north in northern california. it's all open up here. it is on the
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satellite picture there. you can see a nice swath of clear skies which ultimately will be our future going into tonight. so we'll see some starlight action as well. late tonight, those a change in temperatures to got 65 at the santa rosa. 53 half moon bay. 59 meanwhile, for san francisco and some lower 60's off towards the east bay going into tonight, we still got to keop some cloud cover in there at least pre midnight. it's after midnight that things start to clear and boy will be a rude interruption with all of that, too. wind advisory, 03:00am. that's tomorrow morning. actually to 09:00am on thursday. the coverage area for this wind advisory now higher elevations, as you can see, peninsula, santa cruz mountains, north bay here, also the east bay hills. this will be an offshore wind coming right through solano county. get a load of this as we go in the overnight here come spilling across a county filtering into the east bay spreading out to the north bay. now some of those winds and the higher elevations will be a little bit more animated getting into the 40's in the 50's and perhaps a little beyond. but this wind event looks like it's going to stick around at least until
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thursday. sky conditions will improve with all of that will take a look at the longer range forecast as we hunt and peck for some well. >> thanks, dave. still ahead here, they're calling it the great resignation. why companies are seeing more workers quit during the pandemic and the impact it's having on the
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>> americans quitting their jobs in record numbers in search of jobs with better benefits or careers altogether. for many older workers, they're just leaving the job market for good. alexandra limon shows us the impact it's having on the economy. >> since the start of the pandemic, americans are quitting their jobs in record numbers and that's impacting the economy and the labor market in various ways. well, labor force participation has edged up. it remains subdued in part, reflecting the aging of the population and retirements. susan weinstock says aarp conducted a survey of americans 50 and older of those who had retired. 21 1% of them said that they retired earlier they had planned because of the pandemic. one stocks as those newly retired say they left their jobs for a variety of reasons, including concerns about being exposed to covid-19. many of those older americans say they won't return to the workforce because their retirements are
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permanent. aarp says those that have returned are going back to the same jobs they had before. a 3rd of them have found better 25% said the number of job. the job had the number of hours that they wanted to work and about a quarter of them also said that the, you know, offered more flexibility like work from home while the great resignation poses challenges for employers, it's also providing greater benefits for workers with constraints on labor supply. employers are having difficulties filling job openings. >> and wages are rising at their fastest pace in many years. >> aarp survey also found that those who did return to work reported finding jobs. there are more passionate about in washington. alexandra limon. >> coming up next at 3.30, the hefty fines you could face if you're caught with illegal fireworks ahead of lunar new year. plus, details on mateo county's new mask covid-19 testing site promising faster results.
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>> governors call on the president to work towards a future pass the virus. i'm basil, john, reporting in washington. what changes
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>> welcome back to the kron. 4 news at 3 o'clock governors met with president biden and vice president kamala harris today. and that's how the administration's going work toward a future where the virus is just an accepted part of our lives. our dc correspondent basil john reports on this push from both
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democrat and republican governors. >> governors from across the country are calling on president biden to help them move the country beyond the pandemic. we've got to move to management style on this >> disease versus a crisis management style. arkansas governor asa hutchinson urged the biden administration to offer guidance on the best way to live with the virus. we need to have the guidelines very clear as to how you. >> actually structurally moved from the pandemic state of things. >> to an endemic hutchinson called for a new way to measure the impact of the virus. so just looking at the rate of hospitalizations instead of a focus on case numbers. >> new jersey governor phil murphy agreed. what is the road from pandemic to endemic look like that? how do we keep score? president biden says there's a lot of work to do to make getting back to normal a reality. >> we've got a way to go in that in my view, but we're moving. >> the president says health
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standards need to stay consistent across the board. he called on governors to enact policies that help keep kids in class. we're going to trying to to keep schools open. hutchinson says he's ready to work with the president and his administration to find the best path forward. we want to partner with the administration be able too. >> a move beyond the pandemic and that we've got to do that as a state and nation reporting in washington. i'm basil, john. >> back here at home, down in the peninsula where starting tomorrow it's going to be easier to get a free covid pcr test. and san mateo county, the county has partnered with carbon health to offer up to 2000 free tests a day at the san mateo event center. this is a walk-up testing site. it will be open tuesdays through sundays from 08:00am until 04:00pm county officials say if you're tested at the site, you should get your results within 48 hours. that's kind of quick. meanwhile, a bill
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that would create a government funded universal health care system in california faces a key deadline. today is the last chance for lawmakers in the assembly to keep the bill alive this year. that bill would create a universal health care system and set its rules, it would not pay for it. there's another bill that would do that part, which has a different deadline and does not have to pass today. business groups opposed the bill saying it would cost too much. supporters say californians and their employers are already paying too much for health insurance kron four's capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala is going to have the latest on this coming up at 5 o'clock. meanwhile, today is the deadline for people to sign up for health insurance through covered california covered california says 1.8 million people have signed up so far. they say it's a record breaking number of enrollments for them and they think it's being driven by the american rescue plan. actually allowed covered california to increase the amount of financial help they can provide as well as
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lower premiums by hundreds of dollars for middle income. policyholders. turning now to some national headlines, the father and son convicted of murdering ahmaud arbery have reached plea agreements that could avoid their trial on federal hate crime charges. details of those plea agreements for travis and gregory mcmichael have not been released, but an attorney for arbery's mother said the family is, quote, devastated by the deal. arbery's family is now calling on the judge to reject the plea deals. any plea deals would require the approval of u.s. district court judge lisa godbey wood. there was no mention of a deal for william roddie bryan. he's that 3rd defendant in this case, federal deals would not affect the state murder convictions in arbery's killing. and in minneapolis, the trial continues for the 3 former police officers there who are charged with violating george floyd's civil rights during his deadly arrest. the former head of training for
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the minneapolis police department took the stand for a 3rd day testifying. the officers acted in a way that was, quote, inconsistent with department policies. this includes failing to intervene to stop derek chauvin who was kneeling on floyd's neck for more than 9 minutes. while defense attorneys argued the officers had not received adequate training on neck restraints. derek chauvin was convicted of murder and manslaughter in state court last year and pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights charge. today was the first public meeting of russian and american leaders about concerns over a potential russian invasion of ukraine. ambassadors from both the u.s. and russia talked about the situation at a un security council meeting. but they have very different opinions about what's happening over there. our dc correspondent hannah brandt explains the un security council meeting. russia downplayed its military actions and accused the u.s. of misleading the international community. >> but the u.s. didn't back
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down. tensions were high at monday's un security council meeting. russia's military build-up on the border. >> it's been paired with extensive new demands and aggressive rhetoric. this is an escalation and a pattern of aggression. but russia pointed the finger back at the u.s. is raise tensions in or entering provoking escalation. they say the whole situation is overblown. you know, the threat of the planned invasion into ukraine from the lips of any russian politician or public, they all of this period. >> has been made u.s. ambassador linda thomas greenfield says that's just not true. pointing out russia has thousands of troops on the ukraine border. this is as clear and consequential a threat to peace and security as anyone can imagine. state department spokesman ned price says the meeting put a global spotlight on russia and shows world leaders are united against a possible invasion
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diplomacy and dialogue. >> re means preferred course. but there was a resounding call from the security council this morning that russia should avail itself of that course. and the biden administration continues to threaten sanctions against russia if they do invade ukraine, you can just stand by and accept one country trying to invade and take land from another country. >> and this is also about protecting the sovereignty of the country. the un did not vote to take any actions. but today president biden said, quote, we are ready no matter what happens in washington. i'm hannah brandt. the san jose fire department is warning people against a setting off illegal fireworks for the lunar new year. all fireworks are illegal in the city of san jose. and in most of santa clara county. >> here's a look at the fines you could face. if you do decide to use some fireworks. they include a $1000 fine for your first violation. 1000 $1 will then be added for both your second and 3rd offenses
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as well. if you're caught selling fireworks, you could face up to a $50,000 fine and potential jail time. all right. time to talk about our forecast this half hour. taking a live look outside from our mount tam cam looking pretty good out there. son is definitely still shining, but quite a lot of cloud cover as a meteorologist dave spahr has been saying debut said we're going to get clear by tonight, though, right? >> yeah. by late tonight we will be and we're getting a lot of dry air that's going to be plowing in here around for the next several days, even with some of these winds around, it will be still chilly at night. it looks like as well. here's the shot from the east bay shoreline. you can see and then off towards the distance, there looks those clouds and up to the northern part of the state. it's all cleared out. so we're just right in that sweet spot to get the clouds you can see in our backyard. and that will be the case. but then late tonight, that will start to clear out just as it's actually after midnight. there we go and we start to get the winds coming in offshore that
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will be around for several days. it looks like and also drying us very much at the surface. here's what goes on for tonight. 43 clearing and mild san francisco. 42 for oakland, early clouds mild in for san jose. we'll try about 39 and clearing cool conditions. they're getting a little cooler for everybody. now as that drier air settles in for tonight. now, santa rosa about 32 that she's in windshield areas tennessee that around the perimeter of the bay tonight got some cold spots, though. 37 to be found. redwood city also fremont. 45 for hayward. and this is what we're talking about here for the wind advisory. there's the coverage area. it's the higher elevations, east bay hills. you santa cruz mountains also up to the north bay are in higher elevations as what's going to feel the winds and also county coming up a little bit here. we'll have that 7 day forecast. we show you some of those overnight chilly temperatures for the week ahead. well. >> thanks, day 3.38. we'll take a break here. coming up, finding love in london. how an airline is helping you match with your soulmate across the
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to improve skin 3x better, from dry and dull to firm and radiant. with olay body, i feel fearless in my skin. on this monday afternoon. and it's been a day now since the niners season ended and the team is back here in the bay. it was a sobering and to a roller coaster season. and now we look to what's next. players are going to go through their exit interviews over the next couple of days. and organizations are going to have some tough decisions to make. we've got one thing that was different this year than
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any other year was the fact that the nfl added an extra game kron. 4 sports director jason dumas was has a little bit more detail for us on all of this. jason, a it was a heartbreaker. >> it suie was. and we basically just said it always just go right to the south. >> it's a long season that takes a toll on her body. but it just makes me really appreciate the advice of the team that i have. and also the owner we have that provides all the rehab rehabilitation stuff that we have access to throughout the week which allows our best players and our team to play at a high level regardless of injury. so i'm just being able to do with adversity as talking myself. >> i got a locker room and you know, i see my son in a month says he was born. so i was like a i get to go home. then they come up to names like pro bowl. is this coming weekend. sounds like got totally forgot about that. at you go spend
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time with my especially my and you know, saying, got to take you got to take time off for you, buddy, your mind. so take vacation before i get back to training. >> on tuesday, head coach kyle shanahan and general manager john lynch. we'll talk to the media for the final time before the off season begins. we'll have all of that reaction for you guys right here on kron. 4 news because the niners certainly have a lot of question marks heading into the out. >> all right, jason, thank you for that. all last week we were tracking prices for sunday's games some going some tickets going for more than $10,000. now, according to the nfl ticket exchange, the leagues official marketplace most expensive seat for the super bowl is sitting at $75,000. that's for one v i p ticket. 2 tickets will cost
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$100,000. the cheapest seat is 6600 right now. prices through 3rd party ticket sites like stub hub, even higher right now for the super bowl. now for the super bowl. meantime, a report by micro na mix estimates the super bowl could bring in up to 477 million dollars in revenue to southern california. it's going to be fun to watch. well, not so fun for forty-niners fan. sorry. well, china is reporting 119 covid-19 cases among athletes and personnel in the olympic village in beijing ahead of the olympic winter games. all indians, we're going to be living in closed communities after arriving in the plan is to take them to events on private buses to limit public interaction. china's canceled nearly all international flights to try and curb the spread of omicron. openifg ceremonies are planned for this friday. however, the united states, canada and most of the european union are not sending any representatives other than the athletes to the games. they say that decision
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is due to reported human rights abuse cases there in china. looking ahead of the pandemic, doctors are urging people to stay vigilant against covid-19 amid some large gatherings. the warning comes as people planned to gather and watch the super bowl. celebrate the lunar new year. there's lots of gatherings obviously over the next couple of weeks. ucsf infectious disease expert doctor peter chin-hong says festivities could impact our covid track record. he says there's still that many people dying due to covid. >> 2000 or more, and that's way too high to really think about an endemic phase. if those deaths go down. and we have a big pause and when covid very teary unsavory tense, predictably, that's really when we can think about, you know, having an endemic where about halfway down the mountain about p but may not see level yet. >> doctor peter chin-hong says the best bet is to gather outside where people can still
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socialize safely after large gatherings. the doctors also advising you get tested about 3 to 5 days after 5 to 7 days after to ensure you are covid free. an update now on the wildfire burning near big sur in monterey county. cal fire says it's expected to be fully contained by wednesday after burning for more than a week. now, the wildfire is 98% contained updated mapping shows. the fire burned about 687 acres. all evacuations and road closures were lifted last week. no one's been hurt during this firefight. and only one structure has been destroyed. investigators say the fire was triggered by a prescribed burn which was intended to clear up some dry brush. but then that backfired when gusty winds started blowing. speaking of lens, it's time to get a check of our forecast here this afternoon. taking a live look outside at downtown san francisco. very cloudy. haven't really seen a lot of wind activity, dave, i'm sure
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there's something that's going to be picking up. but we're going to these clouds out yeah. the clouds of the part first in right behind it will come. the wind storm tracker 4. >> basically shows up to the north. that's where all the clear stuff is. but again, it will take a little while to work its magic. so we'll call it variable clouds getting into tonight by 10 o'clock falling to only about 45. let's get to those winds. here's the uptick. no surprise why the wind advisory is in play is in place and the time period is a little longer. it looks like it's going to go all the way to about thursday morning on all of this. so it's hanging around for quite a while. there it goes to about wednesday morning and then it will get a linger into thursday. so for tonight, a few scattered clouds remaining, touch cooler, a lower 60's that should be 60's. that was through the midweek. we got wind advisory 20 to 30 mile per hour winds. 55 gusting now potentially to 55. plus in other north bay hills. and then for this weekend, scattered saturday clouds sunday, it should clear out for sunday. so just let's watch all the traffic coming in off the pacific. you're pretty quiet week ahead with
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the offshore winds. here's the scattered clouds saturday. sunday looks great early into the following more scattered clouds and no precipitation of any sort is look at the mountains are getting anything highs will stay in the lower 60's. slight warm up here. however, we lose the winds and wind children areas. here's the difference. makes it down to the 30's, as you can see, will keep it into 40's for the coast. and you keep it here. this more straight ahead. the kron, 4 news at 3
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>> 3.54. before we go, take a look at this jaguars and snakes being used in cuba to help children with disabilities. the event taking place at cuba's national zoo. oh, my gosh. those are some cute little baby tigers, children pet the jag wires. excuse me. now, tigers, jaguars and snakes and even give milk to aes ebu cow as part of the program. it's aimed at helping kids with special needs overcome their fears. parents say the therapy has been very helpful for children with down syndrome. autism and other special needs as well. those are some cute little animals. i love that. >> we'll soon you'll be able to catch some waves in the middle of the california desert. a new luxury resort near palm springs just got the green light. >> to build a massive wave pulled. take a look at these images. the d s rtd surf says the nearly 6 acre surfing lagoon is going to be able to
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hold as many as 80 people at a time. the project would be the first of its kind in the entire world. construction set to get underway in the summer and will wrap up next year. that is something that would be really cool to visit, especially in the middle of it as it were a so so hot out there. you know, everybody's new obsession has just been acquired by the new york times company, according to the newspaper wordle was purchased from its creator for a price in the quote, low 7 figures were all became a sudden hit earlier this month. i'm obsessed with that. i've forced everyone at work to play with me well. once a day players get 6 chances to guess a five-letter word. the no-frills game first appeared back in october and it's now grown to millions of users daily, according to the new york times. now that they've acquired at the game will initially remain free to new and existing players. i don't like that word initially. i don't want to have to pay to play wordle. please keep it free for all of us. thank you. that's my message. that's it
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for the kron. 4 news at 3 this afternoon. thanks so much for joining us here. we'll have more for you coming up on the kron. 4 news at 5 6 o'clock in >> time will be back with the latest.
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