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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news, 4. >> well, good morning and thanks for waking up with us, brian. early on the kron 00:00am morning news here on monday. november first, i really couldn't believe it. i had to double check my calendar to make sure i was a mistake and i'm reyna harvey. well, hopefully he had a very safe and fun weekend. a lot of festivities over the past few days. i'm meteorologists on stray bullet. check in with this morning with the purple suit love that. you've got the purple is part of a month. >> it is the month of at least
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purple on day we'll see what happens after this. but we are looking at some really nice weather to be getting outside to start the month today and buy nice. i mean, something. we need to see some rainfall in the forecast for your monday. now yesterday for halloween saturday even friday. we're looking pretty good as well. mother nature held off until you headed back to work today to really start to kick it back into gear as far as the rainfall that we do need to see now is still relatively dry out there for the time being. a look outside right now. does show you our berkeley hills, cam and even out towards happening bay. some skies that are offering up a low cloud cover. but at the moment, radar is really nice and quiet. a look at radar is showing you not a whole lot of activity at this very moment now, if we do zoom in on a couple of spots up in the north bay. we are starting to see a few light sprinkles right around bodega bay out towards rohnert park. you may see a drop or 2 as well. santa rosa still staying dry as of this moment. but definitely watch the spots right here up in northern marine county and
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southwestern sonoma county. we do have rainfall situated just to the north and west of the bay area that will gradually work its way down our direction. so this is going to impact us late morning. of course, if you're watching right now, there's probably a reason for it. you're probably leaving the house here within the next hour to get to work. you're the lucky ones because our mid morning to late morning. commuters are going to be running into some slicker conditions. so early risers truly are getting the best roadways this morning. 50's and 60's for our current temperatures hayward alameda oakland and berkeley each in the low 60's. well, dublin at 56 conquered. 58 san francisco. a pretty nice 59. honestly, as we work our way through the day. we will be looking at some light showers off. and on our most widespread of rainfall can be expected. late morning into early afternoon i'll be timing it all out for you in future cast. so stay with us for that. back to rain a job. thank you for that. all right. let's get a look at your traffic. this morning. so as i was heading into the city from the east bay. >> he was absolutely actually
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an accident on the bay bridge. 80 west bound. just east of that treasure island exit and they were closing off some lanes. so drive times are still pretty light at this hour. a little under 11 minutes for you to make it into the city. but it does show that accident is still there. so they're probably trying to get that off of the bridge this morning. you also have another one. 80 westbound at 5, 80 east in the mac arthur mays and in the city. one. oh, one southbound south of cesar chavez street. so this was any later in the day that might be causing some delays. let's go ahead. a look at the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. no major issues. there was an earlier accident on the eastbound side of the ridge. but that looks like that has since been cleared. that was around 01:00am this morning. the richmond sandra fell bridge a little under 10 minutes as you're heading out of richmond. let's check on the golden gate bridge about 20 minutes into the see any accidents over the air. we're going to have more weather and traffic coming up. but for now, let's get back to the news happening today over in
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the east bay workers at some high risk indoor businesses are now going to be required to submit proof, a vaccination and contra costa county. well, this applies to businesses like gyms and restaurants are people have to take off their mask while inside the county said today's deadline in september when it started requiring customers to prove they're vaccinated as well. we'll have the time the county enacted, the health order because there was a spike in covid cases and hospitalizations due to the delta variant. they said the mandate would save lives and slow the spread of the variant. >> the best protection in those settings. a stamp. everyone in this setting you're vaccinated or at least having a negative test. and we think that will make the setting safer. >> as workers don't prove they're fully vaccinated. they're goieg to have to submit to weekly covid test. well, in san francisco. the deadline for city employees to be fully vaccinated east today as well. mayor london breed says nearly 90% of city employees are vaccinated
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against the virus for now. only a little over 800 workers are not vaccinated. the city has 35,000 employees in total. in a statement, the mayor says nearly 200 people are exempt from the vaccine mandate and the remaining 750 employees who are vaccinated will be placed on paid leave until they're due process hearing takes place. people living in contra, costa and alameda counties no longer have to mask up when in some controlled spaces like gyms. that's because the counties are rolling back that mask mandate and those requirements kron four's taylor was aqi. has that for us. >> just very excited for our members were really excited for our staff were excited to get people back to the gym that have been waiting for a long time to get the mask off. a lot of people have kind of avoided coming back to the gym and we're really excited to see the rest of our our regular members and people return to us some fitness centers including form a gym in walnut creek. >> what is the mask guidelines for members who are fully
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vaccinated, many of them who now say that working out will be a little easier. it's not easy to especially doing cardio or something like that. so i'm excited for that stopped. kevin barber says he joined form a gym earlier this year because of its outdoor fitness facilities. well, he's excited to get back to the indoor facilities. maskless. he says he'll probably still work out here for a while. first. meanwhile, 24 hour fitness in walnut creek doesn't have the same options. and with a much larger capacity will have to continue to enforce stricter mask guidelines, restrictions that are being lifted is no mask for gym facilities under 100 occupancy. >> unfortunately, location has 850 capacity. there's no way we can manage that. so we will be continuing with our mask mandate as the county will request under the order. businesses and organizations will have to verify that everyone, including customers and staff are fully vaccinated and there can't be more than 100 people inside at a time the new rules will also apply
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to offices indoor college classes and employee commuter vehicles and organized gatherings such as religious events. indoor masking will still be required in most public settings like bars restaurants and retail stores. >> also indoor schools k through 12 will still require masks as well. >> in walnut creek taylor bisacky kron 4 news. >> and in the north they were in county health officials are lifting their local mask mandates in indoor public spaces. the changes only apply to people who are fully vaccinated, meaning people aren't still have to wear masks. however, county health officials say some businesses can choose to continue requiring face coverings indoors for everyone, including those who are vaccinated. well, more runs overall vaccination rate is above 80%. happening tomorrow cdc advisors are going to be discussing recommendations on which children should get a dose of pfizer's vaccine for ages 5 to 11 the fda already gave the vaccine the green light on friday. what cdc
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advisers weigh in the agency's director will make that final decision if approved up to about 20 million children would be eligible to get vaccinated. well, the doses they receive is about a 3rd of the amount given to teens and adults. well, covid-19 vaccines potentially prevented 245,000 deaths in the united states since the beginning of the year. that's all according to a new study conducted by researchers at chapman university published in the journal of social science research network. the study collected covid case data from all 50 states and controlled for variables to determine the effectiveness of vaccines. the researchers found vaccines help americans avoid an estimated more than 16 million covid-19 infections. covid-19 vaccine patches could eventually replace the traditional method of syringe in jackson's new study highlights a joint effort
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between us and australian researchers working to advance the new medical technology. they say the patch is more effective than the shot because it attacks a wide area on the skin prompting the body to produce a stronger reaction. plus the patches don't have to be kept cold, making them easier to store and they are virtually painless for those who are afraid of needles, human trials with the covid vaccine patch are set for april. over in the south and 19. year-old is facing a murder charge for deadly shooting in gilroy. police arrested 19 year-old benjamin david calderon saturday afternoon. the shooting happened early saturday morning at a halloween party was i was at the home of gilroy city council member rebecca arm and rs police say they wera called after a fight broke out and at least one gunshot was fired when police arrive. they found 4 people with gunshot wounds. one person later died from their injuries. all the victims are said to be between the ages of 17 and 19 years old. san jose. police are
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investigating their 29th homicide of the year. police say someone was shot on great oaks parkway last night. the person was taken to the hospital with a life threatening injuries. but died some time later, police say they did not have a suspect or motive at this time. more than 1500 american airlines flights have been canceled since friday american says severe weather in dallas created a chain reaction of cancellations and delays across the country. now the bad weather forced the airline to rearrange some of its staff which cause it to proactively cancel flights several weeks ago, southwest went through a similar ordeal in the faa and the union representing southwest pilots say the current cancellations are not due to staffing shortages, although the associated press reports that nearly all of sunday's cancellations are due to flight attendants and pilots shortages. all of the cancellations of passengers fed up. >> put me on a flight is going to be in instead of tonight at
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7 o'clock. this going to get me home after 2 layovers get home 9.20, in the morning. and have to go right to work with it to 2. >> 3 delays and then 2 cancellations, very upset about it because number one, they're not explaining anything. they're not telling us why it's happening. they're not telling us how long it's going to happen. is it going to go through the holidays. feis going to be the place. so we're going to be accommodated, then they're not saying anything is just like flip a coin. >> well, all 1800 american el al flight attendants are expected to return today from pandemic-related relieved. well, american says there will be some residual impacts from this weekend lingering throughout the week as of this morning, flightaware shows american airlines canceled 229 flights across the country with 81 delayed. the tsa says it's ramping up fines for travelers who don't wear masks at airports. the federal
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agency proposed nearly $86,000 in fines for 190 masks rule violators. more than 5,000 incidents reported since february and tsa has issued warnings to more than 2200 people. nearly 200 people have already face criminal penalties. well in july, the age cy reported more than 85 physical assaults against tsa officers since the beginning of the pandemic. coming up on the kron 4 morning news impacts from the global supply chain are trickling down to wineries tell you which wineries and what they're doing now to try and get ahead of the issue. >> plus, the supreme court is getting ready to hear arguments on texas abortion law. why they're ruling could determine if the state could be sued or not.
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>> we are officially in a spare the air smog season because of that, the bay area air quality management district is encouraging people to cut back or eliminate driving to work. also asking people to work remotely. if you have that option and if not joe public transportation is right there for you. can walk or bike to work meet more people that way. people are also advised to limit their time outside because the air quality can be unhealthy for some people. well, the time he now is 04:15am, and we figured out start director amy y. we
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purple this morning. this is pancreatic cancer awareness month. so hopefully that's something that you are getting screened for. if you are of that age lost a lot of people to that. alex trebek being one. so again, just wanted to put that awareness out there. back here at home. we're talking about our air quality we're talking about how november is one of your favorite seasons is not right, john. yeah. i love the shorter days and i know that's an unpopular opinion, but november december january. >> love this time of year and i also love the rainfall that we're seeing in this forecast. i think we can all agree on that one. seeing conditions out there. not quite as parts to as we had been over the course of the past months upon months. we are looking at conditions this morning that are still dry, but it's not going to last that way showers will push in, by the way, by the time we work into mid morning for the north bay late morning for the south bay in just a welcome, a reassurance that we are in that weather time of year. now looking outside at satellite and radar
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still fairly calm out there for most of us on the peninsula down into the south and the east bay, nothing really to know yet. we're seeing a line of showers that has worked its way in from bodega bay on over to rohnert park right there along highway one. oh, one up in the north bay pulling out across the region. you do see widespread showers up in mendocino county now, now starting to work their way into lake county as well. heaviest of rainfall still situated to the north and west of us that is going to drop in. this is a warm system, though, with southerly winds pressing on into the region. so that is actually preventing a lot of snow impact from this one up in the sierra nevada temperatures up around lake tahoe right now in the low 40's and upper 30's. so not cool enough to be seeing any sort of snoo accumulation up there from this system future cast of winds. you notice that southerly wind that is actually keeping temperatures fairly mild this morning. some of us starting off the day in the low 60's. so this is a fairly warm storm. it's not a huie one. definitely something that just keeps us on that weather pattern, which is
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reassuring. but can a drop in the bucket in the long run. definitely nothing like we saw a couple weeks back this morning 09:30am right here. heaviest of rainfall in the north bay might or showers to the south inching towards the noontime. we'll see some of our most widespread of rainfall showers on and off into the afternoon after that point. by the time we work into the evening tonight, shower activity does become less and a little bit more barely hanging on into early tomorrow morning. tomorrow itself does come along with overall clearing and drying conditions and into the start of wednesday. some more dry skies before wednesday evening. showers do return setting us up into a wet thursday. as for today's rainfall potential very lights for the south bay san jose. you may see a 10th of an inch. same for you in mountain view, san francisco down to pacifica around a quarter of an inch heavier totals from center found the bottle on up to santa rosa. more so closer to half an inch of rainfall by the time we work our way a little bit later on this week we'll see some additional showers on top of that that
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could amount to santa rosa seeing in total this week around an inch and a half of rainfall. sandra fell around 3 quarters of an inch. so it's definitely nice to see this forecast staying active enough for us as we work our way into the start of november. now 60's for your daytime highs today oakland hayward fremont san jose and san francisco, each of 65. well conquered at 66 for the high working our way through the week. today's chance of rainfall should diminish into very early tomorrow morning. showers do arrive again late wednesday night into early thursday morning. aside from that temperatures remain in the 60's to barely low 70's by wednesday and a little bit of sunshine to start the weekend by friday. back to tom, thank you that. all right. let's get a look at your bridges this morning. starting with the bay bridge where. >> we did have an earlier accident on the bridge. they were shutting down a couple lanes. 80 westbound just west of treasure island exit looks like accident may still be there this morning. so again, i'm seeing a little under 11 minutes to make it into the city because it's still pretty early. the san mateo bridge
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heading across towards the peninsula, not seeing any delays there. we had an earlier accident along the eastbound side. it looks like that has since been cleared from the bridge. let's also get a look at d richmond center commute. no accidents or issues here a little under 9 as you're heading across to war center fell and the golden gate bridge about 20 minutes. clear skies heading from the north bay into the city. well, issues with the global supply chain could impact the wine. you drink wineries right here in northern california trying to figure out how to distribute their one without raising prices really to shout visit a northern california winery workers say the trying to keep up with the growing problems. >> we've got a fun one day to go back to the old days. we used brought your own big jug and we just fill it up. >> not such a bad idea since local wineries will soon be feeling the effects of the global supply chain breaks down. we all may be expected to be a little slower when
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expected to be out and you know, as one of the bombers told me today. >> we don't want to panic anybody but we can't find the glass. >> if you're a smaller winery, it really hurts because the bigger ones come out. they can buy everything up. they can hold it for the small ones are going classroom. i my chart name. i cabernet i got to find. >> typically wineries get their glass from the u.s. mexico and china while the supply shortage can lead to delivery delays. adam housley of housley winery. those says for now they're in good shape. since they've already their wine for the season. >> the good news is for us. we bottle before the supply chain breakdown. and like june. but we're going to bottle again this winter at some point. >> with bottles of wine ready to sell but will the glass shortage mean customers will have to pay more glass prices have tripled in what they normally are. so even the
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bigger wineries that usually absorb those costs will have to raise the price of the bottle. if the shortage with the holidays upon us. adam says it's a good idea to stock up now with your favorites before the prices change we're pivoting when it's whether it's covid, whether it's the supply shortage we're all having to. it's kind of wade through this. and it's not just glass what's next. the i'm being told are. >> the capsules to go on top the courts to go in the bottle. >> but through adversity. adam says continue to shop local wineries who are grateful for community support. they employ people in your area. >> we support people in in this area. it's a great any kind of support we can get is going help us in the long run. >> that was rowena shattuck reporting for us. well, still to come on the kron 00:00am morning news. a dad says he owes his life. >> to his baby. why he feels is a newborn saved him from dying. we'll have that story when we get back.
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when a truck hit my car, the insurance company wasn't fair. i didn't know what my case was worth, so i called the barnes firm. i'm rich barnes. it's hard for people to know how much their accident case is worth. let our injury attorneys help you get the best result possible.
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let our injury attorneys when a truck hit my car, the insurance company wasn't fair. i didn't know what my case was worth, so i called the barnes firm. i'm rich barnes. it's hard for people to know how much their accident case is worth. let our injury attorneys help you get the best result possible. >> a man riverside county was safe from almost certain death while visiting his newborn baby in the hospital. the staff says if he had been at the hospital that day. he would have died. jennifer mcgraw caught up with that family. >> you're okay. sweet pea
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smile for the camera. >> at only 3 weeks old in around 7 pounds, baby juliet francine is being hailed. >> a hero. she was born a month early. >> and was like, you know, i got to get out of here so i can save my daddy. her father, jonathan nearly died just days after she was born. >> but a series of events. juliet coming early and delayed really stays from the hospital. >> but jonathan, in the right place at the right time. if i had not been. >> in the hospital at that particular moment. and you know, they they caught it. i would have just shrugged it off as it is just more pain from from my shoulder injury, he probably would have. passed away at the house. >> possibly by himself or even later that night. >> see for months now. jonathan of vanessa thought his shooting pain in his shoulder was from a previous wrestling accident. turns out he was having heart attacks.
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it was very scary and then to be told that he's in er and he's having heart attacks and he's been having heart attacks. >> was. 100% blockage. very leaving that he was at the hospital. the time he was having his major heart attack. >> it's been a whirlwind of a month. the couple had to move baby came early nearly died today. they're grateful for the gift of life and. >> for their safe. your baby. she saved me in. >> i will be her sitting guardian as long as i can. >> that was incredible. that was jennifer mcgraw reporting it again. another reminder. if you are feeling any of those symptoms like he was talking about in the story. do not hesitate to contact your provider. go to a hospital still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. how one california city is cracking down on street races and sideshows and what lessons could be learned to deal with the issue here in the bay area will have that when we come back.
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>> well, welcome back to the kron 4 morning news a time for you now is 4.38. and here on this monday. >> november 1st. that's right. november. 1st here we are at the start of another great month and john and i were purple today. and our director amy said this is all awarenes


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