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>> from the area's local news station, you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at no. >> good morning. and i'm thinking of what was i can pass on today that i learned over the weekend potential is always bigger than the problem. think about that. you like that, john. it was a little something for now it's got my head spin. all bigger than the problem. >> way today, not many problems out there for the bay area's long as you've got your jacket ready to go, which you probably do have it out because yesterday was pretty chilly. already years or practice round on sunday. and now we sail through the week amid some more wintery conditions. embarcadero looks nice under that sunshine. we do have snow up in the sierra nevada. having made its return this morning. it's really going to pick up tonight into tomorrow. that's when we're going to see well over a foot of it piling up that some of her upper elevations windiest at the coastline this morning.
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although all of us will see winds gusting as high as 20 to 30 miles per hour today. it's going make those 40's and 50's. we're in the midst of right now in the upper 50's we later on today feel all that much cooler. so prepare for a brisk feel today and honestly, even colder weather just around the corner. i'll talk more about it. still to come right now. all right, john, thanks for that. and, you know, no problems. >> on our highways and roadways today is a holiday. so a lot of your still nestled at home. stay let's get a look at those drive times. 8 minutes there traveling from the maze to that every month she exit the san mateo bridge headed across towards the peninsula. about 13 for you traveling towards one o one crockett down towards the maze. just a 15 minute drive. also like conditions along the richmond fell bridge and highway for one 60 traveling to congress to 42. you're out about 14 minutes. back to you. thank you, ray. it's 9, 0, one. and today in oakland, parents and students at parker elementary are going to protest. they are against the
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district's plan to close several schools over the next couple years. so they're going to be protesting just across from the school. today. cover sarah stinson is live with the details. good morning, sarah. >> that these parents, students and staff there saying the fight is not over protesting yet again. they did over the weekend and they're doing it again today in front of parker elementary school, one of the 12 schools. >> being close or merge within the within the next 2 years. and they are all meeting up again today to we cannot say this enough, please keep all schools in oakland open this after the school board voted to close and merge a dozen schools earlier this month to deal with unexpected future budget deficit. on friday, the school board voted to uphold this decision to close and merge schools. despite major public outcry, including weekly protests and a hunger strike by 2 teachers. now there's 2 board members that have been trying to do everything they can to avoid
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this, but they're outnumbered on the board. they want to do even just postpone the closures at parker and community day school until next year. but majority voted to uphold original decision. the school district says 35% of its schools are enrolled at below sustainable levels, causing a multimillion dollar budget deficit. but it's still just this decision is really just affecting parents and families. one parent of a student described to us how the closure of the schools are affecting both her daughters. >> she's she says she's not your friend and she wants your teachers. my oldest daughter. i've talked to her in depth about she's very hurt. talk about how scared they are to go. so where were they don't know anybody and don't have any friends. >> so very tough time for everyone affected the district police. this short statement in response to the criticism saying on friday night, february 18th, usd board of
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education of held their previous decision from the meeting on february 8. the district is focused on ensuring all impacted students have a smooth and easy a transition as possible. so as the school district moves forward with its plan, well, the protest are can continue to happen. parents, students and staff, all the people of continued show this effort. they say they're going to keep this up until they get what they want. the interview set on zoom about 30 bring you that. it's with the organizer from that protest at parker elementary school, which happens at 2 o'clock this afternoon. daria off another report in about an now on kron on. back to you. ok? thanks so much, sara. 9, 0, 4, right now, we do have some breaking news from overnight that we're covering. a man is in critical condition. >> after he was hit by a car in millbrae at the intersection of highway 82 and hillcrest boulevard. you can see on this map where was he was not in the crosswalk when he was struck and the driver
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is cooperating with the investigation. doctors and researchers are closely keep an eye on a subvariant of omicron. new studies show it's called ba 2 may be more contagious and more severe. then the original omicron. we spoke with an infectious disease expert about this in kron. four's amanda hari has what we now. >> the infectious disease expert that i spoke to says the ba 2 subvariant of omicron is here in the united states. and he says, although it isn't the dominant variant, it has. the potential is certainly spreading around the world. it's been identified in 74 countries to date. >> it's here. health officials continue to learn more about the omicron subvariant to be a 2. >> also referred to as the stealth variant uc berkeley, infectious disease specialist doctor john swartzberg says it's only about 4% of the case in the u.s. right now. but that number is growing.
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>> a couple weeks ago, it was less than one percent. so it's increasing. he says in some other countries it's become the dominant strain. >> and that's because experts believe it's more contagious. then its parent variant omicron also known as ba one. i think there's a scientific consensus now that is somewhere between 30 and 50%. >> more transmissible. then one doctor swartzberg says there's new studies coming out about the subvariant all the time. >> and one came out wednesday saying you can also be more severe, suggested ba 2 might be able to evade immunity. we have from vaccines or previous infection. >> better than omicron. that same group had some evidence to suggest perhaps it might make them sicker than omicron debts. more like delta. he believes local leaders may have removed masking requirements in shared spaces. >> too soon i would.
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>> 6 is the prudent thing to do would be to wait until we've not these cases way down. wade, below where we started with with doctor swartzberg did tell me this is all preliminary information. >> and to expect to learn more about too in the coming weeks. amanda hari kron. 4 news and the fda right now is considering whether we should all be getting a 4th dose of covid vaccine in the fall. they're trying to figure out if that additional shot would reinforce our molecular defenses, which drop after you get that first booster. and they're also considering what age group they should authorize for this doe's. and then weather should be specifically targeting the omicron variant or more. general pfizer's ceo says an omicron specific formula could generate enough protection so that people would only need a booster once a year. the queen has covid. i'm sure they made a royal announcement. we're telling you what happened over the weekend. buckingham palace
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announced that the 95 year-old queen has covid. she has mild cold like symptoms and she definitely got it from prince charles. that's they think because charles had it at the same time. so she can blame the prince. the palace says the queen has been fully vaccinated and boosted still got it. the thieves got it to justin bieber has covid what's going to happen to his show. he's supposed to play monday. this coming monday in san jose. but he tested positive and already canceled his show in las vegas. that was over the weekend. so that is, you closer timeline. we'll have to see what happens on monday. this been 2 years since he has done the in-person big shows. so what he's said to be feeling okay. you know, if you've got covid and you've got a milder version, you know what it's like. i don't know if you'll be out dancing and moving like that. at least not right away. 9, 0, 8, right now. and starting march 1st masks will be optional. if you're on a carnival cruise ship, this move after the cdc ease the warnings about
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falling covid cases on board ships, the ease the warnings and they said that that would be okay. carnival says the masks will be recommended but not required and also recommended it, especially if you're in well, not recommended. actually. if you're in a close proximity to have, they have shows and stuff like that you have to if you're into that kind of situation even on the ship and they are going to change their pre boarding requirements to maybe to make them a little bit easier. i never had the deck. see how those people have the deck. that's nice. i just had the window when i trying to cruise, president biden has agreed to a meeting with russian president vladimir putin. he trying to find a diplomatic solution to the crisis at the ukraine border. but this meeting is only being held russia promises not to invade ukraine while the talking. basil, john has the latest from dc. the u.s. is doing whatever it can to avoid a war in eastern europe, focusing both on diplomacy and preparations for the worst-case scenario.
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tensions rise as u.s. leaders warn of a potential invasion by russia into ukraine because of tensions in eastern ukraine. tensions created. >> by russia and the separatists forces. it backs there on cbs news's face the nation. secretary of state antony blinken. >> says the u.s. is still focused on a diplomatic solution despite the presence of at least 100, 50,000 russian troops on the border of ukraine. until we know the tanks are rolling, the planes are flying. >> and the aggression has fully begun. we're going to do everything we can to prevent to. the white house announced that president joe biden agreed to meet in principle with russian president vladimir putin. as long as he holds off on an attack. what we're seeing actually happened is mister putin's act on certainly what looks to be very clear intentions to invade ukraine. again. >> pentagon press secretary john kirby problems the u.s. will act swiftly with economic sanctions if pulls the trigger. despite a plea from ukrainian president, volodymyr
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zelensky, 10 maxine shuns. now he has not conducted yet another invasion in ukraine yet and we want to get we want. we still think there's time to prevent that. the russian ambassador to the u.s. and italy antonoff emphasized that russia will not invade. there is little in the nation. >> and there is no such plans, but we are special agent to anybody and about promise. there are no ill intentions from russia, but u.s. intelligence warns of an attack and reporting in washington. i'm basil job. >> it's not it's a 9.11 right now. and coming up, we are going to take a deep dive into the history. hbcu ashes and we're going to see how they started and the impact that they're having on students. >> talking snow up in the sierra nevada here at home. it's really just some chillier temperatures under sunshine today, although tomorrow we may see a few light sprinkles.
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>> welcome back. it is 9.14, on this monday morning presidents day. so a few less of you making your way to work. maybe a few more of you making your way up to tahoe this morning to enjoy some fresh snowfall. we saw lighter snowfall this morning and will continue to see that light stuff throughout the course of the day today making for some slick conditions. it really starts to pick up tonight into tomorrow. the rest of the week and into the upcoming weekend. i know skiers snowboarders going to enjoy all that fresh snow pack bay area. we're
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sitting it out today, although we do see continued light snow on the sierra nevada, heaviest of snow fall arrives tonight into tomorrow. and as for the bay, we do see the potential of a couple of light and brief showers. they will be very spotty. most of us likely not even tapping into this energy, but some of us we'll see some isolated showers into your tuesday in the meantime, today is just going to be a cool, sunny and windy day. and that means feels like temperatures going to be similar to yesterday's. you remember yesterday it was a brisk one. so plan on the jackets and also the sweaters that extra layer underneath the jackets today, 20 to 30 mile per hour. wind gusts today. now today's daytime highs only in the 50's for most of us. you see any outstanding out at 60 degrees while san jose, san francisco, oakland of otto, santa rosa, all these areas at 57 degrees, not a lot of temperature variations today. tomorrow temperatures will be even colder yet only in the low 50's on average and we will have frost advisory starting tomorrow evening due to lowe's inland, falling into the upper
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20's and 30's near the bay in the coastal whole lot of the bay is going to be forwarding if not below freezing wednesday and thursday remain chilly friday. we start to get more mild and by saturday and sunday, it's back to the mid 60's under sunshine. >> reyna john, the weather is nice out there. and so is the traffic for a lot of you who are off the work today and maybe you need to get some errands done. we're checking your drive times. so heading into the city right now from the east bay, about 8 minutes as you're traveling from the maze to that fremont street exit san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. 12 minutes as you're driving and of richmond tolls to one o one about 7 minutes for you. let's get a look at one. 0, one down in the south bay. 85, if you're heading towards menlo park, we'll take you a little under 30 minutes highway for one 60 to 42 about 14 minutes. tara. >> thank you, ray. it's 9.16 and we continue to honor black history and historically black
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colleges and universities. they have been graduating leading scientists, doctors, lawyers for centuries, casey jones takes a look at their impact on the nation. >> a celebration of >> warm up. we should ingram each step toward the stage is even sweeter. it feels amazing. been the first how edge of it in my immediate family, ingram earned a bachelor of science in biology from livingstone college in salisbury, north carolina. after a planned on taking some nursing classes working my way up in the system. >> to become that pediatric neurologist, >> livingstone is one of more than 100 historically black colleges and universities across the country. the majority of hbc use are in the south, but they range as far north as pennsylvania and also in the virgin islands in the late 18, 100's, it was illegal
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for black americans to read and write these institutions were the first to do it on a large scale. there was this. >> period. call segregation where african-americans were not allowed access into mainstream majority institutions p predominately white institutions. so that's how these institutions were found. hbc use came to be in several ways. some the federal government established some white religious leaders or segregationists started. but livingstone. >> was a product of african-american ministers members, an ame zion church, descendants of freed slaves gave birth to this on the idea. >> starting the school think about that were found in 18, 79. so that shortly after. the emancipation proclamation is shortly after juneteenth and they have a sneaky suspicion. the education would be the true emancipate or in that document. the president lincoln signed before was livingstone. it was i in
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wesley institute in concord. the school was moved to salisbury on a plot of land that was once a slave plantation. a common story for hbcu campuses. so the land that we walk on every and that was cultivated. >> by ancestors, an institution, livingstone with the site of the first black collegiate football game, december 18. 92 on the school's front line. they didn't have a football. so the pool their resources to buy the football didn't have uniforms. the uniforms were made by. industrial department on campus. he took the shoes, the dress, shoes roll and males are nails through the soles of your shoes so he would have cleats. >> so they can play this game. what it does is it speaks to the self reliance and the termination of each piece. now, 100 year-old tradition called the commemorative classic the game location. alternates between salisbury
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and charlotte based hbcu johnson c smith university generates a lot of revenue. people come from far and wide to witness these 2 institutions still playing each other. on the one >> and so from the tourist perspective, in a destination perspective, we bring in a lot of resources. >> and this just history, history history. when visitors arrive to the campus is almost like walking around a museum. you'll find the mazzilli and where joseph price. the university's first president is buried. what history. what a legacy. another spot. the horseshoe, the meeting place of the divine 9 sororities and fraternities on campus. these building owned and by squirrels and pigeons. another thing you'll notice crumbling buildings like this tower which was once the main power source on the land. >> a report by the government accountability office found
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nationwide. each hbcu is in need of at least 46 million dollars in repairs. on average. we have to make this season's do we? >> use the resources that we have to try to make sure we can keep the class is going in. keep up with the equipment and pay the light bills and things of that nature do we try to figure out ways to? we the buildings and so, you know, it's it's it's a halt toss to make once the only option for black students is now the first choice for many graduates. >> livingstone college president doctor jimmy jenkins says resources remain scarce across many hbc use data from the american council of education says over a 12 year period. >> public and private hbc use experienced the steepest declines in federal funding per full-time student. >> performing the way above our means. but we could think of what we could do. we had
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the resources to be able to, in fact. take up the burden bad. it's to resources for extra work, an extra support. congress recognizes the underfunding of hbc use. lawmakers introduced the ignite hbcu excellence act in may of 2021 to provide financial resources for long-term improvements. what we found. >> over the past few years is that the more we focus on hbc use, the more likely we are to see success throughout our country and every corridor ignite does is gives us another opportunity to focus on funding our hbcu senator tim scott from south carolina co sponsors the bill. he's hoping for a vote in early 2022, the future is really bright for our nation because we're putting more emphasis on our historically black colleges and universities hbcu graduates. some of the nation's top doctors, lawyers, engineers, and more.
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>> students like ingram lead with more than just a degree. it's a blessing that they can, you know, put >> education for their students and still be here at the so many years. so it's just a blessing to graduate from historical place in charlotte. casey jones reporting. and join kron 4 as we continue to celebrate black history with a special called mind body soul. >> and it's anchored by kron four's pam moore. and it's this thursday,
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>> it's 9.25. and bart is going to run its weekend service today because it's presidents day and that means the trains are going to run through midnight. the system as a whole is now running back to normal. it's expanded service. >> and now that we're beyond the pandemic and people are starting to get back to work, they're offering more trains and transfer points along their lines. and in addition, bart is now offering a midnight train 7 days a week. >> francisco's most iconic hotel getting a new name and there is a reason behind you the new name coming up with a lot.
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>> 9.29. right now we're checking out the weather and i were the big boy this morning. i don't know if it's warmed up since then, but is pretty chilly out this morning. yeah, definitely. still cold from vote as cold as it was. when you're out this morning, though, daria sunshine is starting to help us out a little bit. but as you can see those joggers out there, they're still in the >> jackets and the sweat pants because it's not shorts and t-shirts weather anymore. we do have snow up in the sierra nevada. the heaviest of it is still expected to head on into tonight and tomorrow. really welcome to see that would love
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to see some more rain than we're going to get here in the bay. really, just a few sprinkles tomorrow. and today, a dry but breezy and cool. one current temperatures may be out of the 30's, but we're still down in the 40's. san jose at 48 degrees. san francisco at forty-seven. same numbers for concord and santa rosa. talk of an afternoon in the 50's with those breezy conditions. so definitely don't forget the jackets, reyna what we need the extra few minutes. you know what today's been a day where you should get things done because >> traffic has been really great. it's been really nice and light. >> we knew that because today was a holiday. lot of folks are still out of town. let's check on the south. they want to one 85 in menlo park about 27 minutes for you. there. the bay bridge here at 9.30, just 8 minutes. and it really has just been 8 minutes. >> all morning long. san mateo bridge, 13 headed across towards the peninsula. highway 4 were typically backed up only 14 minutes as you're traveling towards conquered. and we'll check on crockett to as you can see, traffic is at the limit. 15 minutes for you
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dry, daria. >> thank you, ray. 9.30, right now. the big story in san francisco, the famous sir francis drake hotel is no more. and when it comes back again because you'll say where to go, it's going to have a new name. so it's really gone for good. a kron four's will tran is live with the explanation on why they're doing this. i will. >> because they that their history and then they realize that sir francis drake, well, he has a tie to slavery. he's the famous british british sailor back in the 15, 100's that hotel has been in san francisco for 94 years and will continue to be in san francisco, albeit burbank forward after april. it will be called the beacon grand. hotel has greeted millions of people throughout the decades since perhaps the most famous hotel and all of san francisco. and think about all the people that has ever gone through our wonderful city. don't tell will be. there are
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some parts of what you remember suppresses straight to people still remains. so they're still in the out. but because of renovations, they will through our things as well. so there's a new feel to it. this is not the first time his name has been removed. this actually happened as recently as last year in county where a high school for years was named sir francis drake. high school. we talked about it for 9 months. a lot of back and forth. should we should we not do it? i mean, he was alive in the 15, 100's, not the 21st century, but then they decided as they needed to go down and you can they removed it. the change to that high school state to archie williams, famous olympian in 1936. born in oakland and i want i'm actually work at that high school. so it's our hugh williams and then this or francis drake statue that stood by the larkspur ferry terminal for a long time that went down in the overnight hours 2 years ago after much debate as well. so that's
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gone. the name sir francis drake boulevard that still remains mostly the reason i say mostly it's because it stretches for 43 miles. there are many areas, many cities and counties. so they left it up each city to the side and the city of fairfax. they decided to take that name down. change your still be walking trail on in people live there hundreds of years ago. for the most part, presser, fresh district boulevard to tracked for now, as far as daria, you and i were talking about this so little bit earlier this morning. will there door open right at the front to greet you. and that's almost synonymous with oppressive, striking all the hospitality. answer is i don't know that still have talk about think about it. but more than likely you and i've been around us and many times more than likely when read of a of things go away. >> i like the way you put
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that. we've been around the sun many times. i like it. all right. thank you. will. happening now in the north bay. chp is looking for a truck that was involved in hit run crash. it happened last thursday on highway one o one south of healdsburg. and it was a silver ram pickup truck. it ran into a woman who was standing outside her car because and run out of gas struck and killed her and then took off. they're looking for that pick up and the driver. they think it has front end damage. san francisco police are investigating the death of a 16 year-old girl. she was found dead in the south of market neighborhood friday morning. investigators are looking into whether it was an overdose. that's a possibility. the medical examiner's office ruled the death suspicious, but we don't have any other details about that. 16 year-old staff. its 9.34 in a california lawmaker is looking to eliminate pay inequality with a bill that would disclose workers salaries. the bill would force companies with 100 workers to
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publicly say how much you make where they pay people be broken down, not by your name, but by gender and ethnicity. the author, the bill says it builds on previous legislation. in addition to ensuring workers have waged transparency, the bill also covers contracted employees. the nonprofit equal rights advocates supports that effort. >> sometimes those contract workers outnumber the direct employees of the other company and they often receive less pay worse benefits. so it's almost this kind of subclass of workers who are being treated differently than the direct employees and having this kind of pay data being reported and having and companies have report this pay data will ensure that we have oversight over these contract workers to ensure that they are being paid fairly. >> the bill stuff to go several different legislative review process as before making its way to the governor's desk. the thinking by august 31st. and there's a
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bill of rights for your pets. that's in the work in california. it would provide new protections and this is a bill the state assembly is looking at. it's called dog and cat bill of rights. the author says that a record number of animals were adopted during the pandemic. you probably know somebody who adopted a dog. i do many of these pets, though, are now being taken back to the shelters. people are going back to work and they go now on the home enough. and the author this bill says animals deserve safety and security. and so if approved this bill for dogs and cats would grant of 7 fundamental rights, including freedom from exploitation and abuse. access to food, water and shelter and daily mental and physical stimulation. could be? it's 9.36, right now. and still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news, we're celebrating black history. and this morning we're going to hear. >> from a sports agent about breaking barriers. nobody knows that rate varies like steph curry. oh, my gosh. what
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a show he put on in the nba all-star game. yes, his team won and more importantly got the mvp and set a record by a long shot. >> and today is going to be a clear, but a cold one across the bay area doesn't look like it's tough and too many of you from enjoying the coast on this presidents day, though, we are going to look at temperatures in the mid to upper 50's today. cool dry, brisk conditions and snow in the sierra. all that your forecast. >> and if you're trying to figure out was a good time to get on the now's a great time. not seen any major hot spots. we're tracking your drive times across the will have a look at that. once we get back. in new york city, ♪ ♪ there's always something new to discover. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> we're star steph curry shined in the nba all-star game last night he helped his team team lebron win over team duran. but, you know, it's always a show. i mean, that's the whole point of the game. and they raise charity, by the with each quarter, they read 100 up to the 3rd quarter. and then after that, stuff gets away with the win. he had an amazing performance, 50 points. but what made it special 16, 3 pointers never done in an nba game. 16, 3 pointers, most all-star game for sure. then he let the brown. i like how lebron had the final shot to lebron lebron had the final winning
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shot in the final score was one 63 to one 60 seth to the heavy lifting. and in the end, he was named the all star mvp for the first time in his career. what an honor he says, especially now that the trophy is named after kobe bryant. >> this is definitely special. the first you've got to honor kobe and his life and his legacy with this trophy. you know, the thought that went into i can't spinoffs out my head, but i know everything on this trophy means something in terms of. his life and what he represented. congressman is on the cordon. want to have been all-star mvp trophy and no for it to be the first one definite makes u.s. special. >> steph was also honored last night as a member of an nba 75th anniversary team. he's hoisting the trophy. they're not have to get back to work here in the bay area because he also race going to be over this weekend. words are back in action on thursday playing the portland trail blazers
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9.41. and we'll be right back.
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9.44. and before you head out the door, let's take a peek at what you can do that a lot of people have today off john's going to maybe a little chilly or snow. stay. might be too
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late i mean, everybody, know want >> make it holiday they could use a full holiday week because i think the best skiing will actually be on wednesday. tomorrow is going to be the heaviest of snow fall, which means tomorrow is going to be the worst travel day. but after that, finally getting a good dose of snow in the sierra, sure. we saw some last week, but this time around, it's really going to start piling up to over a foot in many spots, not stopping some people from heading up to 80 this morning. skies in the bay area there. nice and clear. it feels more like winter today, but it just doesn't look like it with that sunshine up about the sierra nevada, on the other hand, has seen a nice dose of snow and it's really only going to kick into gear further tonight into tomorrow, really starting to pile up across the sierra and falling as low in elevation of us around 1000 feet. tonight. well, over 18 inches in some of those upper elevations bay area tonight into tomorrow, seeing a couple of isolated showers. many of us won't happen to any of this while others of us will see some
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brief shower activity, especially up in the santa cruz mountains. the blows and mountains down in monterey and san benito counties actually looking at the potential of one to 3 inches of snowfall. so right along the central coast and even south bay seeing some areas of snowfall in those upper elevations. nice to see looking a little bit more like winter after so much summer weather recently. now today is going to be a dry one, but a brisk one with winds gusting to 20 to 30 miles per hour across the bay. that's going make those 50's that we have for daytime highs feel all the cooler. so sweaters, light jackets, anything that you were yesterday? good idea to pull all that stuff back out today and really over the next several days as it is not going to be a warm week. but one of the cooler weeks we've had in a minute, san jose fremont pleasanton in oakland among spots at 57 for your highs. only one, 60 on the map. that's for you in antioch today. tomorrow's daytime highs are actually set to be a little cooler. we do have showers possible for the bay area and snowfall really heavy
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tomorrow in the sierra nevada tomorrow night. temperatures really start to get very cold down into the 20's inland and 30's near the bay and the coast. that will be enough for frost advisories for much of the bay area tuesday night wednesday and thursday. evenings also going to be really cold days going to be cool friday. we start to warm up and just in time for the weekend, it's back to the mid 60's. it on when to be wonderful. if i could always give people traffic updates and tell them that traffic was light. >> which that can always be the case. but here on this holiday, we definitely have some like conditions. let's get a look at your drive times traveling into the city may so that 3 months exit you're looking at about an 8 minute drive for you at this hour. san mateo bridge under 14 minutes, making your way as you're heading across towards the peninsula westbound. 24 wannacry to 5 a little under 11 minutes. also in the south bay one. 0 one. 85 to menlo park about 28 for you. as you're traveling highway for
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typically are slow as highway. nice and light for us. 15 minutes as you're traveling towards conquer to 42. and the richmond center fell bridge tolls to one o one just 7 minutes. back to you. thank you. reyna is 9.47. and we continue to honor black history here on kron 4 this morning we're hearing. >> from bay area nfl agent henry or again. he spoke with kron 4 sports director jason dumas about his first big client and shared his message about breaking barriers. >> every agent remembers their first client, even if they don't still wrapped that guy just generally speaking your first big fish. who was your first client? >> first big fish was kendrick bourne. the forty-niners now place the patients. >> nice. how did that come about? how did you develop that relationship? i guess how proud are you of kendrick? he's had a great season. most recently in a loss to the bills. he absolutely killed it. >> yeah, i mean, i'm most proud of can introduce ex getting his game. a
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relationship kind of came about kendrick was looking to switch agency news looking for black asian action. and we just happened see the same people. i mean, i lived in portland, he knew some my friends and, you know, we it's sitting down and just talking about what he wanted to accomplish. what i was about nation that we were fit, wind. we're going to do in the complex. and so he retweeted it still do it. nice now. >> it's unfortunate, but it's a reality. we know in a lot of our communities, the youth, you know, they grow up. they want to be a pro athlete, football, basketball, baseball, whatever the case might be you out of anybody knows, especially working with athletes. how hard that is to do now. of course, none of us want to be dream killers, but we're also realistic. i guess my question for you is how much pride do you take in showing black boys and girls that there's other way to make it, especially in sports. you
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don't have to be that person on the field. there's very other lucrative and very, very admirable professions in the world of sports. >> yeah, i think it, you know, tremendous front. i think it we are leading the next generation too. increase our awareness in those fields. you know, if you don't see people that look like you, you can't you don't believe that you can do. and the same goes. the players, the players. 10 to vie better with people in the fight from backgrounds are similar to so making sure that, you know, black men and women and women girls, boys, you know, are in those from office seats in a decision makers, you kno,, really has pushed things forward. >> also, men last question, henry, before i let you go. for any young black kid watching this will be one piece of advice. you'd give them as they navigate through there high school years in college years, even if he's not in the same direction, utah.
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>> you don't have to do this more as person in the room to succeed. you do have to work the hardest. in addition, you have to believe in yourself. a lot of people are going to tell you what you can do and you can only listen to somebody has been where you want to go. looks like you. >> there you have it. that's henry. he is one of the bay area's best ambassadors, killing it in the nfl world rep and some of your favorite players. that's all we had right here on kron. >> but we have more this thursday. if you'd like to celebrate black history month with us and pam moore hosting our 30 minute special. >> at 6.30, thursday night. we'll be right back.
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>> 9.54. this show for this edition is almost over, but they never stop on kronon. you can always count on. noelle bellow in the newsroom. good morning. good morning. as you know, it was the first full weekend where masks were not required in most bay area. counties are actually going to go without some businesses. how they're feeling about that. switch up. >> plus, there's at least one place in the bay area where you can find lower gas prices and the rest were going to tell you where it is on our new noon newscast, which airs on kron 4 as well as here on kronon to catch that and to get real time updates on local
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and national headlines all day long. just grab your phone, scanned the qr code that you see on your screen. it's going take you straight to your app stores. you can download kron-on for free. back to you. well, that was a good tease because i got to know if i got to drive an hour to it's not worth it. no, well say that money all right. stay tuned. and check this out. this is a huge footprint from this bear that is causing problems around lake tahoe in here, some of the evidence that he had broken into about 2 dozen homes. >> and helped of self through fences and windows. everything else too. >> a lot of food. and that's how you can tell. he's well fat. he's 500 pounds. that is double the size of your average bear and his name. you know, remember that from the cartoon, not your nickname, hank. that takes with a column and he's earned that nickname. >> because he's a tank. all right. so there's no hat making hank do anything. he doesn't want to do. they've tried sirens, tasers, beanbags, paint chasing away. but, you know, you can't move a mountain. so what they're
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going to do is they're going to try to figure out not to hurt him. and just 2 help him. maybe a sanctuary will take him. there been a couple that nonprofit organizations that are interested in one is called the bear league. they just don't realize it's going to take the league's of people to get in there and then i don't know he's going to get on some kind of plan, some kind of way >> because they're going to go broke, trying to feed him. take a look at this dog reunited with his owners after being missing for 12 years. this is in rio vista now the dog was found in rural area outside of stockton. and then when the sheriff's department scanned the dog's, they thought, well, he's just a stray dog. any of chip are sorry. she and name is joey. and it turns out she was missing from lafayette in 2010. so so we had been missing for so long and her owners thought will for sure she is either gone or somebody else took or maybe she died. but there she is. after all these years, it was the same phone number. so they were able to contact her owner and
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now they can help zoe out in her senior years. john sweet. that is she looks like she take a nap. it is going to be a chilly week. >> hopefully you got a nice warm place to do some mapping this week as it won't be feeling quite as summaries. that has been tonight into tomorrow. some heavy snow in the sierra in a couple sprinkles possible here in the bay tomorrow. very good. well, i found my umbrella thought it would needed, but i have it just in case. we'll see you tomorrow morning.
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