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with a check of the weather. john trouble now with that good morning john good morning guys we have a lot of fog and cloud cover that's pushed back in across the bay today. >>big change from yesterday in this regard watch out for lower visibility right along the coastline as you are venturing on roadways as conditions out there in half moon bay and right through the golden gate have definitely been dicey as far as visibility is concerned. inland areas will get our first dose of sunshine and by the afternoon we're all getting in the mix with ample sunshine to be expected yet again clear skies and also some good air quality this afternoon so do venture out there and enjoy what will be comfortable temperatures right now we're in the 60's with hayward at 67 oakland conquer double in each of the mid 60's as well low 60's to upper 50's in the north bay, some of our cooler temperatures later on today or coolest highs will be at the coast where you'll find some 60's. well 70's 80's for bayside and inland areas talking or big weekend warm-up still ahead the rest of your forecast rob. thank you. john we're checking in on the bay
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bridge toll plaza the trip into san francisco is much heavier now. >>within about 10 minutes it just stacked up in the line kept growing now it's 80 all the way out to west grand. so that's what you're going to have to sit in as you make your way into san francisco this morning. but at least we don't have any problems on the bay bridge or downtown so your average just under 15 minutes. we do have a problem in the east bay, this is walnut creek northbound 6.80 at a sealed valley. crews are clearing a motorcycle crash was blocking the 2 left lanes there running traffic breaks to get this off to the center divide so a minor delay, just before and after the scene but keep that in mind if you're heading north and southbound traffic looks good and still at the limit daria. thanks a lot robin 6 oh one let's get to our top story protests across the country last night. >>after the grand jury decided not to indict the officers who killed brianna taylor. you can see from los angeles to las vegas and providence, rhode island to richmond, virginia. there were people in the
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streets protesters jumping fences marching outside of police stations in several cities police greeted the demonstrators with riot gear and blocked streets across the country. >>and some of the most violent protests of the night took place in briana taylor's hometown of louisville kentucky. in fact we have video of the scene last night in the overnight hours. we are also the 2 officers were shot they're recovering this morning. last night shooting happened about a mile away from where most of the protesters had gathered the officers are expected to survive again one person is in custody for that shooting. yesterday the state's attorney general announced that the officers who shot brianna taylor were justified because taylor's boyfriend fired at them first. protesters are calling the decision a miscarriage of justice. >>protests were air in the bay area as well kron four's reyna harvey is live in san jose with what happened there brianna. >>yeah good morning, you know to taylor's story has resonated with so many people
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across the bay area they've been following the entire story and up until yesterday's decision and we're disappointed that's why saw protest across the bay including here in san jose right here in front of city hall again this protest yesterday you can see. and i'm standing right here with signs also calling for justice. right here was a peaceful protests now san jose isn't the only city and had demonstrators take to the streets in frustration. we go to san francisco you can see this large very diverse crowd locking down 18th in valencia streets this is near the police station out there there calling out for justice for taylor and not just in the city and not just here in san jose did we see hundreds of people gather yesterday and overnight for protests but also out in the east bay over in oakland, he saw hundreds of people take to the streets overnight in downtown. you can see them here right here in the streets marching carrying
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signs now we've heard of other protests across the states have become violent and a lot of different things happen here in the bay area, mostly reports of peaceful protests also no reports of officers injured or anything vandalized again there is another protest set for today and there are talks of protest in the coming weeks for now reporting out here in san jose rail harvey kron 4 news okay. thank you very much rain and very attorneys are weighing in on the decision not to charge attorney michael rains who defends police officers believes the grand jury was simply. >>following the evidence which suggests self-defense but criminal defense attorney john burris says that despite they say that briana taylor's boyfriend fired first despite that the officers to fire back killing taylor were not justified. he says they should been charged with manslaughter. >>how could it be that they could find somebody shot recklessly seems to make reckless late and miss late into the building. therefore
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that's why get into the whole question of recklessness they get you into a mass case that easily could have been done. >>i think the decision was these officers were there they were firing in defense of their own life send out. and they were firing until the threat subsided. >>meantime president trump is praising kentucky's republican attorney general for his handling of the investigation when asked about the case the president said that the attorney general daniel cameron is quote really brilliant and the star. >>and he made a statement that i'll just it just is just this is often easy. it does not fit the mold of public opinion and it does not conform. to shifting standards it. it says only to the facts into the law. if we simply actor in a motion are outraged is no justice mob justice is a chess
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is just a side by violence is not just as. it just becomes that they heard that i said write that down from a place because i think it's it was a terrific statement. he's handling it very well. >>the president said he soon and be speaking to kentucky governor andy bashir. >>democratic presidential nominee, joe biden reacted to the ruling saying quote we need to start addressing the use of excessive force banning choke holds and overhauling no knock warrants. he went on to add that he knows that people are frustrated and that they have the right to peacefully protest. however he says violence is not acceptable. and by his running mate senator kamala harris also responded saying in part quote, i'm thinking of briana taylor's family who still grieving the loss of a daughter and sister. we must never stop speaking brianna's name as we work to reform our justice system including overhauling no knock warrants. very families who have been no had their loved ones killed at
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the hands of law enforcement are calling the ruling frustrating. but not shocking. they say the decision isn't justice for taylor and it's part of a system that continues to target and rob americans of their rights crawford jonathan mccall reports. >>it's a tight knit family where the members have been forced together through tragedy. each of them losing a loved one at the hands of law enforcement and now that the news that the officers who killed breonna taylor won't be directly charged with her death. don't causing them to reopen and relive their own pain for its people are. >>has been brought to her account and very much as 13 and i hope more people open their eyes in the house. >>i read this problem and through virtual call wednesday evening, they tried to console him heal one another from the news that they say is disappointing but not shocking kat brooks in says taylor's death is a clear cut sign that more needs to be done to protect black women who are also killed by police in
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staggering since the year 2015 a black women who we just make up 13% of the female population we've accounted for 20% of the women shot and killed by police and 28% of the unarmed deaths across the country, the uncle of oscar grant was among those also taking part in this call. >>the officer who killed grant you're as early was the last officer convicted of a deadly shooting here in the bay area. >>he says that's a problem we don't look at amas. >>yesterday as an isolated. the most of us here in oakland. sadly pretty much knew what the outcome was going to be. the officers weren't going to charge. the numbers tell us the truth. as an example since officers murdered. over 1300 bodies here in the state of california has been killed by the police not a single officer actually has been convicted except the joins ms. >>others say that protest
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alone may not be enough to effect the change they want to see they may have to pack the polls in order to get their message across. >>what's going to need to happen is we're going to have to actually push out some of these fools who are it because we have political cowards at the state capitol. they did just you know they they just haven't they just haven't done their job. >>that was jonathan mccall reporting for us this morning that earlier this month sanli under officer jason fletcher was charged with manslaughter. in the april shooting death of steven taylor. fletcher is the first officer here in the bay area to be charged in connection to a deadly shooting since 2009. meanwhile, a protest is set for this morning at 11 o'clock in oakland, it will be held at the brianna taylor mural that's located on 15th and broadway. we'll take a break it's now 6 o 9 coming up burglaries are on the rise in san francisco we're going to hear from neighbors on the alarming uptick. >>a crime and also president trump apparently won't commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the
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election. we'll have more of his comments in just a minute and after the break firefighters are predicting an extended fire season, we'll tell you how in the east bay, they're preparing for a long fight. >>and looking outside today we will see daytime highs in the 70's 80's after some cloud cover and fog this morning, sunshine returns this afternoon, the forecast is ahead. >>and there's a long line at the favorite stop for the backup into san francisco is growing it's already back to the bottom of the maze will check more bridges and that
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>>6.12 right now and we're gonna look at the weather it's pretty nice and clear out there. >>yeah john what you think and yeah we are going to be seeing a nice day ahead of us yet again guys we are seeing a little fog got time to time you can see the golden gate bridge up through the fog right now overall conditions later today will be beautiful yet again. green indicating good air quality across the board from coast to inland areas, no haze and that is certainly some relief we've enjoyed a really nice past few days and we will continue that today and tomorrow but things do change and not in the way i think will like to see them come the weekend ahead of us we're in the midst of a cold front passing across the region that is resulting in showers for the north coast up north of mendocino county what we've got to some cloud cover that's about it though no chance of rainfall for us today and gradually clearing skies into the afternoon tomorrow. we have clear
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conditions from start to finish and one more pleasant day before the heat of the weekend just around the corner now why are we seeing such a big switch up. well we've enjoyed a steady on shore breeze that's kept us nice and cool nature's abc has really helping us out all week long and will continue to do just that today, you'll notice winds pretty steady again this afternoon. i notice you know you notice that sea breeze late yesterday into the afternoon that begins to relax tomorrow and we traded in officially on saturday for inland offshore breeze. that's going to be bringing hot dry air from our inland valleys out towards the coast. this means fire weather watches taking effect for inland portions of contra costa. and alameda counties gust as high as 40 miles per hour in these areas. all of solano county and then upper elevations of marine sonoma and napa counties with gusts as high as 50 miles per hour paired with that hot weather and also very low humidity. so heightened fire danger risk into the weekend means today might be
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the way that you want to get out there and enjoy it and then keep it low key this weekend. and avoid too much outdoor exposure. 60's and 70's for coastal and peninsula areas while 80's elsewhere in the bay seeing carlos at 80 degrees for the high san jose at 79 santa clara and milpitas each at 78. the spate temperatures also that same range of 70's 80's, beautiful afternoon, not much different than yesterday the day before that even this past weekend was a big difference from where we are about to be heading though so do savor every moment of what we've got this thursday. tomorrow still a nice one before saturday temperatures really begin to rise and by sunday monday and tuesday most of our inland cities are well into the upper 90's are low triple digits while even bayside areas getting into the 90's come sunday and monday. the same days are expected to be our highest a fire danger days. robert all right, thank you john, let's head over to the east bay we are checking in on the trip on 92 the san mateo
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bridge leaving hayward rolling over to the peninsula and yes, it's crowded know because spots here. >>but it's already sluggish less of the tolls on the flat section to the high rise your drive time increasing rip to 14 minutes now to the peninsula for oakland to san francisco. there's a long line at the bay bridge toll plaza so be prepared for this it's just about to the bottom. so 12 still a great average off to fremont street motorcycle crash wanted creek is out of your way northbound 6.80 attic nacio valley they moved it off to the shoulder so traffic backup the limit going south which is the commute direction and also looks good sell 12 minutes from highway 4 out today, and they'll just scanning the rest of the east bay just minor crowding 5 in the west at 24 but 6 ad and the nimitz look good and no big problems for the south bay. so traffic is off to a pretty good start darya back to you thanks a lot 6.16 fire crews in contra costa county are anticipating a longer than normal fire season this year. they say it will likely not
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until december. when it starts raining. this year the fire protection district responded to more than 1100 fire. so far compared to. >>756 fires in the same period last year that's a 50% increase already. the wildfires have burned more than 3 million acres. in the state. and officials say that they are well staffed and prepared to fight more in the north and stories are increasing their patrols after a senior citizen was hit by paintballs that caused severe bruising. in fact one a woman had to go to the hospital you'll see her bruises kron four's terisa stasio has the story. >>what it can cause serious injury and it is unfortunate because you know depending on where the victim was hit. you know this may even cause permanent damage. >>bring county sheriff's sergeant mike pre valley talking about this these pictures showing a woman hit with a paintball projectile in fact not only had but injured
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the 60 year-old woman says that she was struck on the legs and the back and that the injuries so alarming she went or in health. the local hospital to check for blood clots. >>we got a few about juveniles shooting at people. one of the victims came into the substation and reported be and reported the incident to us sergeant ravalli says that extra patrols have been called in. >>around marine city where the crime allegedly occurred so far the sheriff's office is you know we took a report with this would be a victim we took pictures. and we are taking the incident very very seriously so far you guys have not contacted. these juveniles right. the deputies were able to talk to a few juveniles. >>but like i said before they were doing anything wrong at that time because we didn't catch them in the act and for the county code we need to
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catch them in the act we need to see them actively shooting there. they're people for us to take action. so what we did when we did someone run someone stop and talk to us and they were admonished but obviously you know when when the deputies leave. you know the picked up again. >>the victim's relative tells kron 4 news that they are very upset about what happened and worries about retaliation for speaking up in marine city, theresa kron 4 news. >>well in the east bay grocery stores in berkeley will have to display more nutritious food and beverage options in their check out areas, the city council passed the country's first healthy checkout policy and the ordinance applies to stores over 2500 square feet in size the mayor says impulse buying at the checkout lines with all the candy and the chips and the gunman, everything else contributes to higher levels of super consumption in our diets. berkley also passed the
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country's first soda tax on sugary drinks. happening right now in washington. the late justice ruth bader ginsburg is lying in repose on the steps of the supreme court building. here you see an example of just one of the thousands of people that are expected to pay their respects today. there was a ceremony for her inside the supreme court yesterday before her casket was placed outside for public viewing and that is the view that we're seeing as washington battles to replace the vacancy chief justice john roberts remembered his longtime colleague. there she won famous victories that helped move our nation closer. >>to equal justice under law. to the extent that women are now a majority in law schools. it's not simply a handful. tomorrow morning her casket will be transported across the street to the u.s. capitol where she will be the first woman to lie in state. >>in the capitol rotunda. >>6.20 right now we're just 40 days away from the election and president trump is
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refusing to commit to a peaceful transition of power. if he loses the president said yesterday he would have to see what happens. >>will you commit to making sure that there is a peaceful trance for a low power after the election. >>have to see what happens you know that i've been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the dallas area disaster people are riding the you've committed to making sure that there's some of these will work for all of you want to get rid of the ballots and you'll have a transfer will have a very peaceful. there won't be a transfer frankly they will be a continuation. the ballots are out of control you know it and you know knows it better than anybody else. the democrats know it better than anybody else. >>the president has been complaining for months saying that mail in voting will lead to voter fraud without any evidence to support that this year more states are encouraging people to use the mail in voting option in order to stay safe. in the pandemic.
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>>6.21 and still ahead coming up on the kron 4 morning news, the salvation army is bracing for a holiday season. where people need a lot more but probably get a lot less we'll have details on their plans to save christmas. and a live wow this is a fantastic shot james and john both are love them tony back with more weather and traffic in a minute. ladies... check it out.
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>>6.24 is the time and between the coronavirus and the wildfires and the unemployment families across the country and in the bay area may need a little extra help this holiday season. >>says for the first time in a 130 years they're going to start their annual holiday fundraising campaign early in order to rescue christmas as they put it but as kron four's michelle kingston explains they're going to have to do more with less. >>it's a familiar sight outside malls and grocery stores every holiday seasons. >>but this year there will be less bell ringing with retail stores, closing less foot traffic and more people carrying plastic them cash the salvation army says they could see up to a 50% decrease in funds through red kettles in 2020, but they're expecting to serve up to a 155% more people because of the coronavirus pandemic job loss in the
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wildfires. we've had a lot of people are ready to tell us where. >>we're treading affected. you know, we may be looking at. you know in a couple months having to decide do we pay to keep electric bill. you know to keep electric on or do we get our kids to get since march, the salvation army has provided more than 100 million meals. >>a 170,000 of those were served in san francisco. they do not expect that need to slow down anytime soon and are working now to rescue christmas by starting their annual holiday fundraising campaign early to help pay for food bills shelter in presents this year when you hear it is just very from there your ballot can on people's nerves. if you hear too much i want i want to remind people that this is a sounding the alarm to ask for your help. >>in our effort to rescue christmas cash and coins will still be excepted but the salvation army understands they're going to have to do more with less and they're
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getting creative to donate you can now use apple or google pay it any red kettle. >>you can also use alexa or text a donation on your phone we want to make sure that people are protected and we want to make sure that people are cared for michelle kingston kron 4 news. >>in just a few now if you want to go to hawaii, you can get your covid-19 tests right
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>>6.29 and weather and i don't know what else i have robin anything i know john got plenty for the weekend right john haus all the hot spots i do have a motorcycle crash that's wrapping up i won't call it a hot spot because it's clearing so that's good news all check in on 6 ad and also a backup that's growing at the bay bridge toll plaza ok all right what a beautiful shot behind you there john yeah, i everything about today really going to be nice and savor it because the hot spots this weekend as we've been talking about something that you may want to be avoiding a little bit more so the knot even with that cloud cover it is a beautiful morning financial district peering through the clouds even the bay bridge out there. >>under some of those clouds visibility has been alright for most areas, golden gate bridge in our coastal areas, not so much as that cloud cover and fog makes contact with the coast and then upper elevations across the rest of the bay area skies do
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eventually clear in the sets us up for plenty of sunshine later today in addition to that good air quality across the board yet again so get out there enjoy today's relatively mild conditions. we're up to a comfortable start with daytime highs eventually in the 70's and 80's right now we're in the 60's. i'm talking 90's in triple digits in the rest of your forecast. still ahead robin. thank you john back over to the bay bridge toll plaza where the line continues to grow not because we have problems heading into san francisco. but the commutes underway in the line is getting longer and longer so do prepare for a wait. >>the line goes all the way back to the bottom of the maze through the tolls up the incline but from treasure island to downtown san francisco. it's going to be wide open here at the richmond sandra fell traffic is also picking up but still not bad you're averaging a very easy quick 8 minutes off to one on one and then our motorcycle accident and wanted creek. it's off to the shoulder of northbound 6.80 and it may seal valley that was blocking your 2 left lanes so it's out of the way and traffic is
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looking good. it's back at the limit for both directions between highway 4.24 and also from 24 on now to san ramon and danville as well james all right, thank you very much rob and so the fda says it's considering new stricter guidelines for covid-19 vaccine that could push the authorization of the vaccine. >>until after the election day they want to do this to try and prevent anything slipping through the cracks is the rushing the vaccine through but president trump says. >>he may very well override that fda ordered to authorize the vaccine to come out sooner. >>we're looking at that and that has to be approved by the way has we may or may not approve it. that sounds like a political move because when you have pfizer johnson moderna these great companies coming up with these vaccines and they've been testing everything else i'm saying why would they have to be. the great length to the process. >>and the president has repeatedly claimed that the vaccine will be ready. before election day but most scientists say that that's just not realistic.
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>>so far the state has seen almost 800,000 cases 900 i mean sorry 797,000 plus. and more than 15,000 people have died of covid in california, including 1419 people here in the bay area who died. and united airlines will soon be offering free covid testing with certain flights, yes. >>and this is important especially if you're heading to hawaii because it's crawford's will is reporting for us live now from sfo. previously if you're going why will you have to spend 2 weeks in quarantine that blows the whole vacation, but that may change. >>yes and if you're returning to your house you want to get out and go back to work so this affects people who are returning to their home as well this is good news, but it's only united and only sfo for now so starting on october 15th, you can actually do it on the day that you're leaving
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get here earlier, i'm always cutting it close, but if you get here a little bit earlier they will do the test for you probably right by the ticket counter and then the results will come back in about 15 minutes after that if you're negative hop on your plane is about 5 hour trip to oahu land get on your rental car and hit the beach right away instead of staying in your hotel for 2 weeks and we got a chance to talk to some travelers remember 6 months ago people didn't even know how they get their hands on a test. now you can get it right next to your luggage. the hands down. it wants to go sit in a hotel room for 2 weeks. >>in quarantine we need to be on the beach is when you get there so no problems no matter how much it costs totally totally do it it's pretty cool. that's the i agree that's fabulous which means you get to the airport a little always cutting it close to death i would totally do it.
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>>i would totally do it hawaii delay the aloha shirt if you don't want to do a and you want to cut it really close guess what you can do it from the comfort of your own home reach out to united they're working with a local lab they will send you the kid you can do it at home 10 days out make sure you send the samples, 3 days before your trip and then they'll do it probably the and then text you the results once again if you're negative by all means make sure that your empty in the stomach is once you land you get those good eats no grinds james, you know what i'm talking about my kids and a good yeah, okay guys so this gets really confusing with all 10 days out of 3 days out doing. >>you don't have to fly united everybody fly there to you just have to get this test on the covid test what you can do in various ways. >>you can do it in various ways absolutely if you're negative and by the way this has the blessing of the hawaii officials because terrorism is
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their number one industry and they have been pretty much locked down for 6 or 7 months now so they are working with hawaii officials and they are giving the blessing to get people to get their test ride either at the gate right or on the way out it seems like yes, you can do other test area but even if you're negative they still want you to quarantine in hawaii. they are setting off on this lab and this airline. >>okay so they out this could change things all right thank you very much well. happening tomorrow, you 70 opens up to visitors, you have to have a reservation but. >>even before you couldn't go the reservation because the air quality was so bad, it's improved a lot since this. terrible as you can see the smoke was burning from fresno county from the creek fire and that cause bad air. again reservations are required, but at least she get out there and hike and breathe easy. >>well happening today, it's back to school for some students in san francisco, we have 6 schools in the city that have been given the green light to reopen by the public
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health department and several more are being inspected this week kron four's maureen kelly talked to staff at one school. >>making last minute plans. they've already welcome students at another school take a look. >>redbridge school in the city's dogpatch neighborhood had their official first day of school today for their kindergartners first and second graders, the small 14 students school had already been running a camp here since september 1st so they were well prepared with changes like social distancing signage and improvements to their ventilation system. the head of the school says it's great to be able to have her students together i feel really happy to be able to work with the students in person because you have 5, 6, 7, year-old. >>and at that distance learning is really not as productive as in person learning and the kids. graves this. interpersonal interaction face shields have been laid on every desk here at convent and stuart hall.
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>>as part of the changes they've made to get ready to welcome their k through second grade students here tomorrow. the schools chief advancement officer says they were notified by the city after 10:00pm last night that their safety plan was approved, which means many parents are just finding out today and they're happy to hear it so far everyone is just thank you so much thank you for for doing this. thank you for pushing this forward we are so excited, you know. >>is it okay if i pretend like my 6 year-old you know 5th grader is a second grader and sent him back tomorrow morning. they expect to bring in 2 additional grade levels every 2 weeks which would mean 7th and 8th graders will be showing up to their classrooms in about a month and a half. >>the school goes to 12th grade but high school students are still in limbo since the city's health department is holding off on letting any high schoolers back just yet students here at convent stuart hall will be expected to be tested regularly for covid-19 how frequently
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depends on their age is k through 6th graders will need to be tested every 4 to 6 weeks while high schoolers when they are allowed back will be expected to be tested as frequently as the staff. >>every one to 2 weeks. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >>well in the south bay health officials say that there has been a dramatic health improvement in neighborhoods on the east side of san jose which has been disproportionately hit by covid-19 they believe it may be the result of an ongoing outreach effort around 2 dozen teams are now engaged in spreading the word about how to stop the spread of the coronavirus the idea is to inform and encourage essential workers and residents about best practices to protect themselves. >>and we know that members of this community have had to make extraordinarily difficult tradeoffs between their health their work and how they will support and nourish their family gets a good program because i will have to pay the people in so they can be
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safety and indicated about the fire is so one spreads will spots and everybody can go back to her. >>normal. the routine. >>yet during their visit to the outreach teams are also handing out information about financial and other resources. the teams have already visited more than 3,000 businesses. so far they say they've met with 1400 essential workers. >>150 oakland families are getting distance learning support the oakland reach nonprofit partnered with several organizations, including the a's. for a virtual but back to school giveaway an opportunity for both students and parents in oakland's underserved black and brown communities to get the support they need. >>well in the east bay, pittsburgh police are looking for a 14 year-old in connection to a deadly shooting. we have a picture you take a look police say that you know israel palomino of antioch shot and killed
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isaiah league ospi last thursday in pittsburgh officers say the teen frequently visits antioch pittsburgh and oakley if you know where he may be please call pittsburgh police. >>the proper morning news details on governor newsom's plan to tackle climate change what he is doing that will mean no more new cars some of >>and after already evacuating 200 animals from the complex fire. the l a new fires. one man is still working hard to save more animals and we'll show you how after the break. >>and it may be cloudy this morning but sunshine returns later on and so do those 70's for san jose oakland and san francisco talking the rest of your forecast. still ahead. >>and we're checking in on the bay bridge toll plaza where friend karl, the fog has just rolled in this wasn't there 10 minutes ago, so now all of a sudden you've got to have to deal with a foggy commute into san francisco don't forget the headlights and wipers we'll
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>>we're back at 6.45. i got to save this one. that was what a vacaville man did when he found out a horse that survived the jones fire was headed to the slaughterhouse dennis shanahan from our sister station ktxl in sacramento has the lifesaving story. >>the easy come up. rob hicks a vacaville has added something new to his daily
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routine. taking a horse out for exercise at 29 rob is a horse owner for the first time, ready go. rob is no stranger to rescuing animals as part of a group of volunteers, he estimates he evacuated 200 animals from the lnu complex fires last month. >>the first 3 days i did the 65 to 70 it was just back to back to back to back we had couple down with of >>you can't save them all. and we try. >>rob never intended to adopt a horse until he was tagged in a facebook post earlier this month. it was about a horse in grass valley that survived the jones fire. but was facing another threat a lady lost her property easy and she couldn't care for him anymore and he. >>the scheduled to go to the slaughterhouse. right then and there. i see you i got 10
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acres at my disposal vacaville acres belong to some of rob's very close friends and i said care you know. and they said no more horses but. i got to say this one. >>with the blessing of the back of the landowner rob went to pick up the horse in grass valley. i walked right into their basher he walked right up to me gave me a hug. >>he may build a little bit which is a sign he's given me a kiss and he knew it was safe. he had his natural instinct saying skies here to safety. i've there and it was a match made in heaven rob, a lifelong motocross enthusiast change the horse's name from alex to acts like i moved on a real horse star. rob plans to write axel eventually it's a blessing. i got a 3 year-old son that skinner item as well axel is estimated to be somewhere around 15 years old, a mature horse with a new life and he's at now it is forever home, i'm happy. and he's happy and that's what matters.
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a boy. >>46 is the time right now and we want to take a look at the weather. yeah morning john good morning guys another nice day to get out there today and enjoy some of our cooler temperatures that have been steady over the course of the past week. foggier and cloudier one certainly than yesterday was though. tips of the sales force tower and some of our other taller buildings in downtown san francisco of the only things you can see above that blanket of cloud cover air quality is good again much as we've seen so far this week at war remain good into tomorrow ahead of what will be a change in a lot of regards come this weekend. today we are seeing a cold front passing just to our north that's resulting in continued on shore breeze pushing in some of that cloud cover that we do have this morning and for the north coast north of mendocino county a few showers across northern california. bay area all we've got is the clouds this morning and then the cool effect later this afternoon as
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the sun comes back out with daytime highs back in the 70's and 80's another beautiful afternoon ahead of us much clear start to your morning we're going to start to see that on shore breeze, relaxing into tomorrow for your friday. this is the transition day out of see where we've been seeing ocean cooled air pushed across the bay area over the past week and into some hot dry inland. there that's going to be pushed out or direction starting on saturday. now as that happens fire danger increases inland east bay area's will be looking at fire weather watches taking effect on saturday lasting through monday as we see very warm daytime highs very low humidity and some strong winds gusting to 30 to 40 miles per hour. all of solano county also affected as well as upper elevations of napa. are in and sonoma counties as we work our way through the weekend what does that mean we'll avoid outdoor exposure. this weekend and use extreme caution and today just enjoy as much as possible because you'll miss days like today, come this
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weekend and next week 60's and 70's for the coast today while 70's and 80's elsewhere, pretty familiar looking numbers really not a lot different than yesterday was san jose at 79 for the high union city 73 while low 80's in the tri valley on up through conquered in walnut creek expect some upper 80's. oakland at 75 beautiful afternoon. the layaway 80 well vacaville one of her hotter spots, 87. santa rosa down through center fell all in the low 80's looking ahead at tomorrow even a little bit cooler before the big warm up starts on saturday and then really intensifies into sunday monday and tuesday this is what our inland areas will be in the triple digits for many spots while 90's for many bayside areas on the same days, fire danger will be especially high into the upcoming weekend. so if you do plan on venturing outside these use extreme caution while doing so robin all right, thank you john let's check in on the traffic, no major hot spots right now, but we do have some foggy spots the bay bridge, the golden gate bridge.
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>>covered in fog this morning. so that's going to impact your visibility need to be extra cautious and careful here on one oh one across the span. we're looking at 20 minutes from the north bay to san francisco with a dense fog advisory in place for chp the fog has rolled in over to the bay bridge as well covering oakland and emeryville it wasn't like this about 20 minutes ago. so just be cautious here you're delaying your slowdown goes all the way back to the bottom of so from that point up the incline you're going to be stuck in that typical stop and go traffic but that's normal so 10 minutes is a great average into san francisco. we're not dealing with fog on the san mateo bridge looks pretty good here 15 minutes to the peninsula. but we do have a little stretch of slowing out of the south bay for those of you leaving san jose, northbound one on one under the limit from 6.80 to 8.80 so 33 minutes from san jose to menlo park, i'll give you one more slow down for the east bay and that's highway for the usual crowd through pittsburg bay point you're looking at stop and go traffic from right
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around the bart station to the top of a hill, so 22 minutes from antioch to concord for that commute on westbound fort james. >>all right. thank you very much, rob and governor gavin newsom has announced new initiatives to fight climate change the governor says the state will halt the sale of new gasoline powered passenger cars and trucks by 2035. so if you're going shopping for a new car or truck after that date it can't be aghast when they will have to be electric. he says the move will cut greenhouse gas emissions by 35% and he's calling on state regulators now to come up with requirements to meet his goal and although other countries have already put in similar requirements, california will be the first state in the u.s. to do so newsome says this initiative will have a huge impact on pollution. and of course the auto industry. >>the trends are in the direction of 0 emission vehicles, the trends are in the direction globally and 0 emission vehicles. if you are an american manufacturer how can you compete globally unless you're in that business unless you're pushing the boundaries of innovation
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unless you're encouraging that same mindset that we are trying to advance here in the state of california. >>and the governor's plan would not ban people from owning gas-powered cars are selling them on the used-car market, but it would of course and the sale of any new gasoline powered car or truck in the state passenger car or truck california already has rules mandating a certain percentage of new car sales be electric or so as emission vehicles. >>6.52 right now in san francisco surveillance cameras are catching more crimes, here's one happening in somebodys garage. so far the city has recorded more than 5100 burglaries since the start of the year which is a 42% jump from last year. people who live in the northern part of san francisco north beach russian help pacific heights. they say they're experiencing break-ins in their neighborhood every day. according to the san francisco police there's been a 58% increase in the northern
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district crimes from the same time period last year citywide burglaries have seen a 42% increase from this period last year. 6.52 and as we head to the break here is a live look at the airport sfo of big bank of clouds in the distance there. but the runways clear.
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>>back 6.55 a cloudy start but
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lots of sunshine later on today for the inland east bay, it will be back to the 80's you go later on right now we may be in the 60's but that's not going to last for long, plenty of sunshine later on for inland areas for the coast a little bit less right along the immediate shoreline. you will get more and more later on and that means daytime highs in the upper 60's. robin. >>thank you john we're checking back in on the bay bridge toll plaza and yes, it's still crowded into san francisco, the lines fills back to the bottom of the maze and now it's very foggy as well so leave a little early coming in you're averaging 11 minutes but that number's going to go up we'll check more bridges just a bit james. thank you robin time now 6.56 want to take you out to washington live pictures from in front of the supreme court building there you see president trump. >>and his respects to the late justice ruth bader ginsburg and there you see her casket which sits atop the steps. and we know that later on today. more more the public will be streaming by the base of the steps paying their respects.
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and looks like we can hear some of those members of the public at the base of the steps chanting. >>it may go with this and trying to send. we know that her. her leash and we know that her her dying wish the shia relate to her nice i believe it was her and daughter and her granddaughter and that was that her a seat on the supreme court not be filled until after the election. but obviously as we've been reporting. we know the president and the republican members of the senate are pushing through. nomination but we'll continue
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