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>> it has been almost 20 years since the 9.11 attacks and keeping new york city safe surrounding other rememberance. it continues to be a top priority. indeed, both the nypd and the joint terrorism task force are working around the clock. craig treadway joins us live from jersey city tonight with the latest on security preparations. good evening, craig. >> good evening, grant and vicki as the anniversary approaches the nypd has entered what it calls an elevated security environment. that means they'll be using every counterterrorism tool at their disposal to ensure a safe bet. and with terror chatter growing and getting louder. the nypd is listening closely. >> the tribute in lights rehearsal took place in lower manhattan last night. 2 beams
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of light honoring the lives lost symbolizing the strength of new york city. a poignant reminder of america's darkest day when the twin towers fell to terrorists. that's how we pay honor to all. we lost keep them safe. keep their families safe, keep the city safe now and stepped up security is top of mind for both the nypd and the joint terrorism task force as we approach 20 years since the 9.11 terror attacks. the nypd says security response to terror threats and attacks have changed around the world and here in new york city in those 20 years. the nypd is much better equipped trained and prepared to prevent a terrorist attack in the city. but as saturday approaches the nypd is monitoring activity abroad in afghanistan and a call to action by terror groups, growing louder. this year. we've seen the al qaeda magazine. >> wolves of manhattan, which is named for the 9.11 hijackers come out with a new issue. we've seen the inspired guide another terrorist
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publication circulating. we've seen a trailer and all keyed a film that is supposed to come out soon. so we take note of all of that. >> commissioner john miller says at this point there are no credible or specific threats against new york city for this weekend. but of course with the anniversary approaching for the nypd security and vigilance will the top of la top of mind in jersey city, new jersey. i'm craig treadway. gran vicki, back to you. >> appreciate that, craig. on september 11th. by the way, we will have live team coverage of the day's events in our weekend newscasts and on our streaming app kronon also on epsaturday, kron 4 will have a 30 minute 9.11 anniversary special. it starts it 10:30pm on saturday. >> today marks 11 years since a terrible event that happened right here in the bay area. the san bruno pipeline
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explosion apocalyptic. >> 8 people were killed, many more injured 38 homes were destroyed. our kron four's maureen kelly went back to the crest more neighborhood which was for ever changed by the blast. >> i'm standing in early glenview park 11 years ago, there were 3 homes in this location all completely destroyed when the pipeline exploded along with dozens of others. now you can see a plaque commemorating that day and the 8 people who lost their lives above their names, gone but not forgotten driving down glenview drive. it's hard to see now the evidence of the horrific explosion that engulfed this neighborhood 11 years ago. it was so massive that it first it was believed to be the result of a plane crash. i talked to one long-term resident of this area who was home thatp evening. the house started shaking. >> so that was an earthquake a new way to honoree. things come driving away. no idea what it like fires in different spots. years
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following what's what's going but he was no natural disaster. the inferno was unleashed by the explosion of a 30 inch pg natural gas pipeline. in addition to killing 8 people the resulting damage the neighborhood was akin to a bomb going off. >> completely leveling some streets. destroying 38 homes. the california p you see ended up finding pg, one 0.6 billion dollars and utility had to pay out hundreds of millions of dollars to settle lawsuits brought by those who lost loved ones. >> or were burned in the fire or whose homes were destroyed. a jury ended up convicting pg of obstruction and 5 counts of pipeline safety violations, including failing to evaluate potential gas line threats and deliberately not classifying a gas line as high risk today, pg released a statement that says in part, the events of this day transformed our gas operations organization and we remain committed to doing
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everything possible to prevent something like this from ever happening again. philpott search ios house survived the explosion and he has made peace with the past but not everyone has. i didn't lose everything. look, some people didn't lose my life ups little some people dead. and so. >> i can understand people who never want to come back. i can understand people who still carry. honestly there pg bumper stickers on their car stone. >> the trauma of that day still lingers for some i talked to one man whose home was completely destroyed. he did not want to go on camera because he did not want to dredge up painful memories of what he saw that day. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> and this just in to the kron 4 news room, a landmark decision from the second largest school district in the nation. the la board of education voted to require all students 12 years and older to get vaccinated against covid-19. that is if they want to attend in-person classes. this makes la the largest district in the country with
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the vaccine requirement. the more than 600,000 students are already tested each week and mask mandates are in place under the new vaccination plan. kids, 12 and up to participate in sports and other extracurricular activities have until the end of october to get fully vaccinated. all other students have until december 19th. >> remember these eerie skies for year ago today the bay area turned dark ish orange color the reason several raging wildfires in northern california. all the smoke settled over the bay. the color dramatic in experts explained that the orange skies or a result of smoke particles scattering the sunlight. >> chief meteorologist lawrence karnow here to talk about it. you know, the sky has been a little bit dirty, you know, lately but nothing like that. that was one of the area's mornings i can ever remember waking up to and the bay area. you knew something
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was wrong. see the color just to the was not right by movie. it was a really looks like yet. yeah, we had the fires and certainly had our issues with the smoke. >> around the bay area this year. again, with all those fires blazing. but now we're worried about fire starting as we've got some very unstable air beginning to move into the bay area right now. you see the fog over san francisco up above that, though, things have changed. we're seeing some of that subtropical moisture moving in right now. you see that all the areas shaded in red. they are also under red flag warnings, not just parts of the east bay in the north bay but continuing up toward the sierra nevada and look at all the lightning strikes we have already seen luckily so far nothing here in the bay area. but that may change just off the coastline beginning to see a cold front coming in. that's not really strong, but it's likely to enhance some of that moisture that's coming overhead right now. and that's the part that concerns us is that may get just enough instability atmosphere to give rise to some of thos big thunderstorms, those clouds and then you start to see those pop off outside right ered showers around the bay area.
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but nothing as far as lightning is concerned. but there's a lot more moisture off the coastline and some of the cells are still building outside. so there's a possibility we could see some enhancement with that and look at all that moisture off the coastline. there are still plenty more to come and that will be rolling in overnight tonight. it's tomorrow morning. you see the batch of moisture, the main focus really in the north bay right now. but there's another batch that is down in the monterey bay. i think maybe some of that begins to slide a little further to the north and parts of the east bay as we take you through the night tonight. so yeah, we're going to be watching all night long. its kind in street. here's a high-resolution computer model. it is not picking up very well on how the moisture showing up right now. that doesn't give me a lot of confidence in this model going forward. but you'll notice overnight tonight here comes that cold front enhanced that moisture bringing a few pop-up showers with the possibility of some isolated fire store or thunderstorms out there. the possibility of fires tonight throughout the bay right, lawrence. still to come on kark 4 news at 5 smart glasses could be making a comeback. we're getting a look.
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>> at the new shades hitting the market today. plus, who's who's out it's a brutal game which niners are finding themselves on the injured list heading into the season opener. >> and sorry, charlie brown, a city on the peninsula, passing on the pumpkins which favorite fall festival is ge
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>> well, the happen bay pumpkin festival has been canceled for the second year in a row. here's some video from a previous festival. city
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council says it is more important to protect public health during the pandemic. the council tlso decided to cancel the city's summer's end music festival. despite the festival being canceled. the safeway world championship pumpkin weigh-off will still happen. mark your calendars. it's october 11th for that to pumpkin weigh off. but no pumpkin fest. precisely okay. >> this year's macy's thanksgiving day parade will have spectators they're going forward with that. the normal event. basically it was virtual last year but people will be able to watch in person this year. macy's executives say all participants and staff will have to be vaccinated and wear masks. the only mask exceptions will be for singers while singing and dancers musicians while they're performing. also they say have roughly 10% fewer participants. well, it's getting cloudy out there now we see some showers popping up in the n
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lawrence karnow is here. fingers crossed. i want the when you're part of it or not, the dry like we have seen some of the showers come down. but it's not enough really to wet the ground. that's the concern is you get some lightning and a lot of that moisture actually evaporates before it makes its way to the surface. but that lightning strike reaches the ground and start the fire. so we're watching that very closely for tonight. we'll be tracking it all night long. >> things are going to be changing rapidly from minute to minute. the clouds rolling in. now, some of the monsoon out there get wrapped up around that big ridge of high pressure that's been off the coastline. so red flag warnings these the places we're most worried about right now. i think specially in the that seems to be the place we're looking at most that moisture moving through east bay is also a concern. but we could see a lightning strike pop up just about anywhere in the bay area. so you've got high pressure over the 4 corner states around that. you've got that clockwise rotation that's picking up some of that subtropical moisture pushing back in the bay area. now that triggered this whole system is this approaching cold front off the coastline. this may be just
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enough to get that lift in the atmosphere to create some more of those thunderstorms locally here in the bay area. so overnight tonight. yeah, kind of touch and go throughout the night tonight. don't be surprised if you see the flash of some lightning and watch out for the possibility. some fires getting started. not only here but around much of the state. and that's certainly what we don't want to see. look at all the thunderstorms popping up over the sierra nevada just to the east of fresno through yosemite. you see some of those lrttle bit fusther to the north. now as we're going to see more of that activity. all that moisture still off the coastline. you see that rain of showers still the come overnight to really. so she did more of the cold front that's beginning to move in that certain amplify some of this all of a sudden watch these cloud tops start to turn white. that means are getting pretty cold. an unstable out there right now. we do have a few scattered showers. most of that so far has been to our north back the cells kind of moving through right now just to the east of santa rosa. you see that cell that is pushing on through right now that bringing with it a chance. some scattered showers and start to build a little little bit when you start to see some red on tops of the cell. sometimes you're starting to
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look at some thunderstorms trying to form at least anyway whether the forms are not that still remains uncertain. but there is that possibility and there's a lot more moisture off the coastline. so here we go through the night tonight. that moisture going to moving up to the bay area. so we're going to keep things very unsettled and possibly bringing the chance of showers and lightning strike or 2 throughout the night tonight. overnight tonight, the models trying to bring that cold front through about 1 o'clock to about 3 or 4 o'clock in the morning and then pushes in the east bay after that. looks like things are going to quiet down. but tonight really. through the now through about 6 o'clock in the morning. there's a chance of showers and a chance of thunderstorms. >> all right, lawrence, thank you for that. meantime, football is back. it is opening night in the nfl defending super bowl champs tom brady and the tampa bay they're facing off against the dallas cowboys in tampa right now. the score is bucs are up 7. it's still the 1st quarter.
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>> and while the nfl season is getting underway this evening. the forty-niners are gearing up for their first game of the regular season against the detroit lions. that kind of exciting kylen mills says she has the latest injury report from the red and gold as they prepare to face jared goff and the lions on sunday. >> the 49 ers are preparing for their week. one matchup against the lions on sunday. but the red and have some notable injuries heading into week one. trey lance was limited in practice on wednesday with a chip on his finger he is questionable for sunday's game wide receiver jalen hurd is nursing a knee injury and has been ruled out for week. one expected to return in week 4 on the defensive side. javan kinlaw is also out with a knee injury. he is listed as questionable for week one and emmanuel moseley also questionable on sunday with a knee injury. we'll be monitoring the forty-niners injuries as the season progresses. kickoff is set for 10:00am on sunday. kylen mills kron 4 news.
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>> and another member of our sports team, kate rooney. you can join her right here on kron 4 saturday night at 11 o'clock as we get ready for that niners season opener. the washington football team still talking nfl is going to another season without a real name, but it has narrowed down the list of possible. new names replacement names in here is the team's list of choices could could be the washington armado the washington brigade, washington commanders, washington defenders, the washington presidents. the washington red wolves still washington redhawks or they could just keep that name. they've been using wft. the washington football team. my money's on that last one they started out with 40,000 submissions for replacement names and then whittled them down to just these 8. the team ceo telling espn's adam schefter, the franchises already narrowed the list down to 3 names that it likes. but didn't specify
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which 3 last summer. you may recall was announced the team would be known as the washington football team until a new name could be decided in july. the team's president said the official unveiling of their new name was expected to come before the 2022 nfl draft. >> but facebook wants you to be able to snap your pictures in style. the new wearable tech hitting stores today.
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facebook meet fashion for what could be the future of eyewear sucker berg hasn't been a fashion icon. but. >> he has these new high-tech sunglasses and we have a report on those in today's tech smart. >> facebook is teaming up with ray ban for a pair of high tech sunglasses. the smart glasses are called ray ban stories because they include a camera and microphone so you can capture short videos and photos to share on social media. the glasses way. just a few grams. more than standard sunglasses. but they also have built-in speakers. you can take calls and listen to music. a companion app called facebook view will let you upload content captured on the glasses to any social network, not just facebook and instagram. the sunglasses start at $299. they are similar to what snapchat introduced several years ago called spectacles logitech is making work from home a bit easier with a new speaker phone. doc, the law g doc
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works with google meet microsoft teams and zoom it lets you connect up to 5 usb devices to monitors and charge your laptop all the same time, there are also buttons that let you join meetings mute the mike and toggle your video on and off instantly when it's time for a meeting lights on the dock flash to alert you the device will be available later this year for $400. good news for pet owners. the latest roomba can now avoid pet waste. the irobot roomba j 7. plus is the company's top of the line vacuum comes packed with new features that make it smarter with every use like remembering the rooms that cleans and wear furniture is. but perhaps the most important new feature. it can avoid cords and pet droppings. so, you know, they're not distributed across the floor or carpet. the device even comes with a new pet owner official promise or p o o p which says the company will replace any room but j 7 plus that doesn't avoid solid pet
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waste. wonder if you have to send back the old one that could get quite messy. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. lot of things to consider. there. >> no joke. i had it. i had a dog a night of friends dogs at once and they have a roomba and my dog had an accident and enough said. rug. that wraps up kron 4 news at 5 i'm glad they've a new feature where you avoid that ken and pam are here with kron 4 news at 6 class up the joint a little trying to get that picture out of my head. yeah. learn something new about >> thank thank you, vicki and grant. >> coming up on kron 4 news tonight at 6, a crossing guard in the east bay killed as he was pushing children out of the way of an oncoming car the community remembering ashley ds tonight longtime friends are speaking out about his heroic actions as no surprise and a developing situation tonight with a red flag warning now in effect dry lightning is expected and firefighters are on high alert. chief meteorologist
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lawrence karnow is monitoring the wildfire threat in the north bay and east bay. i'm ken wayne. i'm pam moore. the ken wayne. i'm pam moore. the news at 6 is next. you doing okay with those new spicy tiny tacos, jack? yeah, it's funny some of those people you see, they... they can't handle it at all right? no, they can't. that's not you. that's not me. no. try my new spicy tiny tacos starting at $3.50.
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for potentially dangerous weather conditions right now. we're tracking the possibility of dry lightning which in combination with already dry conditions around the bay area could of course, sparked fires. >> good evening. i'm ken wayne. and i'm pam moore. a red flag warning is now in effect for parts of the east bay and the north bay. our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here and he has details on. >> when we could see dry lightning hoping that we don't of course. yeah. boy, really just about anytime. now we're kind of in that zone right now. we're going to get it. it's going to start happening soon. we've popping up around the state. you see those clouds. filling your skies now. and that subtropical moisture moving overhead even reports some raindrops in the north, a red flag warnings going up in the north and the east bay. but i think the main focus of the storms and lightning maybe in the north bay. so we'll keep a close eye on that. but we're going to be tracking it all night long. things are changing minute by minute in this kind of scenario. so there you go. see all the pop-up thunderstorms fo over the sierra nevada today. little further to


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