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>> now it's 3 bullets fly and a popular san francisco neighborhood 2 weeks in a row. we're talking with residents and business owners who are on edge there this afternoon. also remembering the life and legacy of colin powell, the first black u.s. secretary of state was laid to rest today. hundreds of people gathering to pay their respects. and get ready to dig a little bit deeper into your pocket for just about everything from gas to what's going to be on your thanksgiving dinner table. the reason for the climbing cost. now from the area's local news station. >> this is kron 4 news at 3. >> you know going on. what is
going on. this is hate street. this not. the 70's. >> on the world famous corridor. people are rattled and worried about 2 shootings in just over 2 weeks right there on haight street. good afternoon. thank you so much for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3 o'clock today. i'm justine waldman. one man was killed. another wounded in a shooting yesterday on hate and masonic. we brought that to you as breaking news right here during kron 4 news at 3 o'clock yesterday. and now we have an update from kron four's maureen kelly. she reports the violence is coming on the heels of another shooting that happened just one block away. >> you can see a memorial of candles and flowers here on haight street near masonic avenue with a double shooting took place. someone decorated a pumpkin with the letters r i p police kept a visible presence nearby. many merchants did not want to go on camera. at least one saying they were scared to talk publicly yeah. i was alone a spray and i heard. >> these things i thought were fireworks but told everyone
it's gunshots. nathan. it was all day says he's been hanging out in the haight a long time is still rattled by what he heard and saw thursday. i already guns could do. but like scene. the scene, the one person on the ground and one person that. >> you know, like the ambulance and the police and everything. and just hurt my feelings. and i know is i just don't know how to >> the shooting happened at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. one man was killed. another hospitalized. it's disturbing for residents, especially since this comes on the heels of another brazen daylight shooting on october 22nd one block away on the corner of haight and central. one person was sent to the hospital with life threatening injuries. bullet shattered the window of the ritual coffee shop and hit several cars. those who live and work nearby say they are shocked frightening this frightening and it kind of it. hazy. and on that we're all experiencing because we've got the covid we've got this. we've got that and then when
you personally lose somebody on your street are next to you is frightening. the haight street merchants association is holding a special meeting in the wake of this violence on monday, its president saying one shooting in this neighborhood is disturbing multiple shootings even more so maureen kelly kron 4 news. so far police have not released a suspect description in connection with either of the 2 shootings. while update tonight during kron 4 news at 5 o'clock. >> and now we go to the east bay where pinole police are saying that a 12 year-old a 12 year-old is responsible for a shooting threat against a middle school that happened earlier this week. school staff alerted authorities to an email that came in on monday that indicated there would be a shooting on the campus up an old middle school on tuesday. november. 2nd officers identified a suspected student and were able to interview them. the student confessed to making that threat. the student was cited and eventually released to their parents. the pinal police department is working with parents to provide resources to the student and
the student's family. also back now to san francisco where a police officers accused of trying to burglarize a rite aid in san mateo. police got a call saying that someone was trying to steal from the rite aid pharmacy. and when police showed up, they say the dav in coal tried to run away. but officers were able to catch and arrest him. and now san francisco police have confirmed with us here. the coal joined the department in january of 1994 years assigned to s of peas field operations bureau and as of yesterday is now on unpaid leave pending an internal investigation. in national news funeral services were held today in washington, dc for colin powell who died last month due to complications from covid the 84 year-old was fully vaccinated but had parkinson's and a type of blood cancer reporter kareen wynter has more now on today's tributes.
>> remembered as a revered leader, a beloved father and friend, everyone from dignitaries to colleagues and family members. >> gathered friday at washington national cathedral to honor the life of former secretary of state colin who died last month at the age of 84 from complications related to covid-19 on battling a rare blood cancer. >> some to spoke at the funeral said he shouldn't just be remembered for his resume and many accomplishments across the political landscape. but for his character, this person has a quiet but solid sense of right and wrong not only to do good. but to be good to sacrifice elf in the service of others and to live in obedience to some transcendent trust. that was my father.
>> former secretary of state madeleine albright also pay tribute to the former 4 star general as i know, and i came to view colin powell as a figure who almost transcended time for his virtues were homeric honesty dignity loyalty and an unshakable commitment to his calling and were also in attendance. president biden and first lady jill biden along with former president barack obama and former president george w bush were there with their former first ladies, former secretary of state hillary clinton was among the invited guest spot. former president bill clinton was not on hand. he reportedly skipped the ceremony on doctor's orders after his recent hospitalization in october for non covid related infection. >> how spent time in the army for more than 3 decades before climbing the ranks to 4 star general. he held various positions under 4 presidents from secretary of state and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff to national security
adviser. the first african-american to serve the country in these distinguished roles. >> that was kareen wynter reporting for us in powelson. michael also shared that he held his dad's hand in the icu the night before he passed away and said he felt his father's love. a lot of that has left a deep imprint on the lives of so many people. back now here in the bay area and to our coronavirus coverage and the cdc has fast-tracked approval of pfizer's covid-19 vaccine for 5 to 11 year-old children. and in contra, costa county, the public health department did not waste any time getting those shots into little arms kron 4 reports now from concord. >> for young kids and their parents. the availability of a covid-19 vaccine for children, ages 5 to 11 is a weight off their shoulders. i feel safer. boston whitney accompanied by his dad. randy when stopping by contra, costa health services concord monument walked through vaccination clinic 3 he received the first
of 2 doses of pfizer's pediatric vaccine must defend. my friends are 12 so they've already gotten. and i think they need to test it out for make sure that flying it to kids was the right thing to do. so i think enough time has passed. >> i think it's official at the start of the day. health services says 410 youth vaccination appointments. >> had already been booked. that's the max allowed saturday has been all filled up too many think you're going to getting the shot. help others. the pediatric shot is about one 3rd. the dosage given to teens and adults this week health services and other public and private health care providers in the county have been provided a total of 20,000 doses of the vaccine. more are expected in the coming weeks. we think this the first step to normal. >> we're just going to have comfort sending her to school it's great. it's wonderful be able to be healthy and.
>> eventually maybe that mask in addition to the concord location. the county is offering to pediatric dose by appointment. only at the richmond auditorium. and nick rodriguez community center in antioch tuesdays through saturdays encountered goal from 4 >> now, as for other bay area counties with vaccine clinics open for kids. napa county is going to open up a clinic in 10 days on november 15th alameda county's planning for clinic about the same time. but it's not set an exact date just in november sonoma county will not be hosting a clinic at a big site. instead, they will be doing individual vaccination sessions at schools. those start on tuesday and solano county has not yet set a date for its clinic besides these county run locations. the doses will also be available at pharmacies and pediatrician offices throughout the bay area. you can check with your county to find out some more info as well. the details on kron 4 dot com. pfizer saying
that its experimental pill for covid-19 cut rates of hospitalizations and deaths by nearly 90%. the company says will ask the fda to authorize the pill for emergency use as soon as possible. once pfizer applied for authorization. the fda could make a ruling within a few months. the company says results of an independent study were so impressive that it halted the trial early in order to get approval health officials continue to stress, though, that vaccinations will remain the best way to protect yourself against getting covid. but with millions of adults still unvaccinated this new treatment will also be helpful to stop people from dying from this virus. kron four's fladeboe talking to local doctors right now about this and have more coming up during kron 4 news at 5 o'clock. all right. for your money this afternoon. everyday essentials are just costing more and more and more for example, the average cost for a gallon of gas in california as more than $4.60, a gallon
and also the from bureau is reporting a rise in the cost for all the things we're going to have in our thanksgiving dinner table. so how long are these price hikes going to last. let's find out from kron 4 s charles clifford. he's live for us now here in san francisco after speaking with a consumer expert and joins us now with some details. that started saving my money for a rainy day. charles. that rainy day is here. >> yeah. you know, if you're going to travel for it it's probably going to cost you more gas prices are way up. and also if you're going shopping going to get your supplies for thanksgiving. those prices have gone up as well. >> according to triple a regular gas in california is costing an average of $4 and $0.62 a gallon right now. last year at this time, gas was $3.18 a gallon. california is also more expensive than the national average of $3 and $0.42. the bay area has some of the most expensive gas in the entire state with regular averaging about $4.80 a gallon joe wright out as a consumer
advocate. he says the high prices are the result of a global oil shortage and high demand. people want to be driving after being cooped up for so and it's people want to take a trip instead of staying at home all the time with thanksgiving just a few weeks away. not only will americans pay more for gas at the pump. this holiday. >> the meal itself will also be more expensive. according to the bureau of labor statistics, the cost of things like meat, fish, eggs and poultry has gone up by 10 and a half. >> percent. that means higher prices for turkey and all the thanksgiving fixings a nationwide labor shortage, transportation issues and overall inflation is driving the prices up. right out says the price of turkey in particular could be higher than last year. turkeys are fed mostly on in the price of corn has doubled in the past year. >> so that means that to bring in full brunt out its. and so it's ready for your thanksgiving dinner plate. it costs farmers. much more than it previously right out. also says that even though prices will be high. the supply
should be there of consumers are willing to shop around the delay in getting the supplies to market means that it might not be everywhere. but if you talk to more than one story. you're very likely find everything you want. it's just going to cost more. >> all right. back live now it appears that gas prices could stay high for the save foreseeable future, maybe even go higher in the spring when the gas company switch from their winter blend to their summer blend. also food prices probably will stay high, at least through the end of the year as well. but for now in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. thanks so much, charles. >> thanks. coming up here at 3 o'clock. they were followed and then robbed. and today there's a growing demand from photographers to camera companies to create products that will keep them and their equipment safe. we'll go over that. plus the search is on tonight for a group of vandals who messed with the high school in the south bay. we'll take a look at the damage that they did and how close police are to finding the people responsible. and then after
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airlines of racial profiling. this happened on a flight from san jose to denver kron four's. dan kerman has the details. >> a 10 year-old. >> curl in any situation, let alone when she's creating a sudden death in our family should not be subjected to this. >> mary mccarthy is talking about her 10 year-old daughter moira on october 22nd mccarthy in her daughter connected in san jose on their way to mccarthy's brother's funeral in denver. but as they exited the plane to denver. they were detained in the jetway by a southwest gate agent and 2 uniformed police officers. she filmed part of the encounter as her frightened daughter cried in the background. >> tenants were just concerned about what's happening when you board the aircraft over following up on or not says we're not expecting anything. >> but that's not entirely true. mccarthy obtained this police report which indicates a southwest flight attendant. contacted authorities believing mccarthy was involved in human trafficking. what was the supposed evidence
that flight attendant had. >> myatt about our behavior that she had to said that. we didn't talk to each other throughout the flight without him. can tell that anyway. when people wearing masks. she said that i had forbidden the flight crew from speaking to my daughter, which it's simply not true because he says nothing in her or her daughter's behavior could lead one to believe. >> there is human trafficking going on. she believes this is blatant racism because she is one color and her daughter is another. >> southwest airlines. >> i want them to be held accountable. for having. racially profiled. my family on that was justifiably the worst day of my daughter's life already due to having lost her in a statement southwest airlines says we're disheartened to learn of this mother's account. >> when traveling with their daughter. we're conducting a review of the situation internally and we will be reaching out to the customer to address her concerns and offer our apologies for her
experience traveling with us. our employees undergo robust training and human trafficking above all, southwest airlines prides itself on providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for the millions of customers who travel with us each year. despite repeated attempts mccarthy has not heard from southwest airlines. now she and her lawyer. >> are considering filing a federal civil rights lawsuit. dan kerman kron 4 news. now let's go to the east bay where investigation is underway right now after an early morning crash involving multiple cars. at least one person is dead. >> the california highway patrol says the crash happened shortly before 06:00am on southbound 6.80, just south of the junction there with 5.80. there are multiple vehicles involved were still reaching out to chp to get some more details here. we'll bring them to you as soon as they become available. oakland. police are investigating a shooting. a person that was shot is in critical condition and is at
highland hospital in oakland. police say the shooting happened for 10 on foothill boulevard near see cesar chavez park as of this morning, police are not releasing any other details about the shooting. let's talk about our forecast now on this friday as we take a live look outside right now along the golden gate bridge. little gloomy out there. the clouds of kind of rolled in just in time for the weekend. but let's see what the weekend has in store this now with kron four's. erica caturay. she's here now at the forecast looks like for the sierra. we also have our eyes on. another atmospheric river coming at the beginning of next week. some curious that the timing of the storm, erika yeah, you're right about that. in fact, i'll show you my graphics where we will time that out and when when it will be hitting us here. >> in the bay area. but i know a lot of people like to travel for the weekend. if you plan on going out to the sierra best time to travel would be today and sunday. it is going to be wet tomorrow. we're also going to get some snow and elevations over a 6,000 feet tomorrow. but just a couple inches of us know if we do the
ne. as for what we're seeing now on satellite and radar. we have this area of low pressure which is bringing some rain up to eureka in crescent city, garber ville. as you can see, if you're making a north to oregon or this area for the weekend. it's going to be raining on and off a specially on the one o one there asked for us in the bay area. we will see those clouds remaining with us through tomorrow morning. the north bay has a chance of seeing some really light showers quickly moving through the region because of that system to the north of us. sunday. looks like it's going to be dry here in the bay area and then here is the next system that i am tracking this is monday night. rain that we're going to see in the bay area's going to be more than that system that we saw couple days ago we could get about 2 to 4 inches in the north bay overnight. so tuesday morning as when you were sleeping is when a good chunk of that will
hit the bay area and then your morning commute is going to be pretty wet. other parts of the bay area expected to get about an inch to 2 from this system. will it be as strong as the last atmospheric river that we saw last october. i don't think it's going to be that strong, but still we could see a little bit of flooding from that as for temperatures right now, we're at 63 in palo alto, 64 in concord 63 in nevado temperatures for the weekend will remain cool. so here's a look at our numbers actually for tomorrow. 65 out in livermore. it's going to be a cloudy morning. we're going to see patchy fog. when you wake up afternoon looks like it will be partly cloudy as well. just seen. thank you so much. other atmospheric river. >> still ahead here, 3.45 the state of california has billions of dollars in unclaimed cash and what you can do to see as the golden state is hanging on to any of your money. that after the
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>> after countless deaths and violent robberies bayer photographers. want to see change now from camera companies to keep them safer. kron 4 silver sackey spoke to a photographer who was robbed at gunpoint. >> terrifying moments when an east bay in his driveway the whole thing happened and it was over within. >> and 20 seconds right. so there was not even a moment to kind of have a russian about what what should i do. this kicks lewis who didn't want to use his last name says. >> he had just returned home from shooting photos in marine when 2 men in face masks approached his car soon after they smashed his back window and took off with his camera bag reviewing his tesla cameras in home surveillance. he quickly realized the suspects have been following him to his house all the way from the north bay impacted their car just to kind of stop. and you the skate right. >> and that's what i saw the
driver. and, you know, come out and come around his car with a gun pointed to my trees right. and and i'm like, it's just. just kind of freaked out and you walk around my car. that's not for the gunshot go off. >> thankfully no one was injured but lewis and other photographers say this incident from september proves that it doesn't matter where you are. if you're seeing with the camera, you instantly become a target in people like to believe there's something that they can do to avoid this crime or they think. >> it hasn't happened to me because i've been smart enough to do x, y z. and i think the truth is that if you're out there with an expensive piece of equipment. it's a matter of time. popular youtubers and photographers chelsea and tony north throughout have been pushing for better anti-theft technology and cameras for a while now. they along with lewis and other photographers just started a petition to demand change from camera manufacturers. what we need to do right now.
>> camera manufacturers that we need some kind of protection or devices just like you would expect with any other expensive modern piece of electronics. some of their suggestions in the petition include pass codes, lens pairing gps tracking biometrics in remote disabling so far. >> a couple 1000 people have back to the cause and signed the petition and taylor reporting kron 4 news. >> so in that fremont robbery detectives arrested one of the 2 suspects 35 year-old darren mcclinton of richmond. he now faces several charges including attempted homicide assault with a deadly weapon and robbery. next year at 3.30 new jobs report is now out and republicans continue to hit the biden administration on inflation. >> democrats believe that this new report will show that's just temporary. also some bay area. doctors are now answering parents questions about the kids covid-19 vaccine. we'll see if we can
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>> it's 3.30 on this friday afternoon and for concerned parents out there with questions about the covid-19 vaccinations for young children. well, today a pair of doctors at sutter health provided some answers kron four's. haaziq mod-yoon reports. >> so one of the other big questions we're sparing whether or not my child to get vaccinated if they've had covid. and the answer to that question is yes, sutter health
pediatricians. doctors. stephanie chang and judith valero answer some of the pressing questions concerned. parents have now that the cdc approved vaccinating 5 to 11 year-old children against covid-19 like what's the size of the recommended dosage for children that is that of that. when look our one 3rd it so the other question i'm hearing is whether or not. >> it is. it is safe for my kid to get the covid vaccine. if i have food allergies or other types of allergies and the answer to that question is yes, that is okay. parents are also interested in the known side effects in the younger age groups what we saw in light of the 16 year-olds. >> which is the vaccine related. hands. it's a very, that happens. it is the issue with the heart. muscle is being. inflamed. and also also lining of the heart well. the
incidence of that. it's there. it's 2.1, 3 cases for every 100,000 vaccinated cases. is it ok to schedule appointments for the covid vaccine and the flu vaccine on the same day. and the answer to that is yes, it is ok and safe to be giving. >> multiple vaccines with the covid vaccine. >> both doctors agree that the covid-19 vaccine is safe for children. we know that the vaccines are safe. those steps were skipped and the development of the vaccines. >> we now have enough data to know that the benefits far outweigh the risks come and it to up our fight you can log on to the my turn. california website for information on where you can find vaccination sites for children in your area. >> zeke might kron 4 >> now. the south bay and police are searching for a group of vandals who they say
to face los gatos high school. the vandals were seen on security video halloween night. they egged the campus buildings and also spray painted the walls with racist and homophobic slurs. the principal of the high school calls the ax hurtful and sad and he's hoping now that the community will come forward with some information and whoever did this is like a punch in the gut and a step rails a huge step backwards. >> that's what kind of increasing, you know, address equity and inclusion and understanding and awareness i'm really sad and really sad. i think we're all really excited when you have a racist and homophobic. was pretty disgusting. >> what's unclear whether current or former students are involved here. anyone with info should contact police. air bnb announced today its plans to prevent unauthorized parties sober year's eve weekend effective immediately the following criteria. we'll be in place for guests to attempt a book on new year's eve. number one for one night
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than previously thought and the unemployment rate fell from 4.8 to 4.6% this recovery is faster, stronger and fairer and wide and almost anyone could have predicted the president largely credits his covid relief bill and vaccination program as do fellow democrats like missouri congressman emanuel cleaver president biden's economic policies are working in spite of people. >> you know, attacking him republicans agree the numbers are good for the country, but penn the progress on the previous administration under trump. we didn't. we have more jobs and people because everybody is working now under biden. we get more jobs and people because people sitting on the couch when for the next paycheck, texas congressman roger williams worries the biden administration's vaccine mandates will slow growth and be a lot better if we do away with this vaccination tall and house republican leader kevin mccarthy says the new jobs undercut the president's push for his social safety net and climate change policies. they've been utilizing they're poor job numbers to say why they need build back better.
>> so if this was the case today, why would you need the bill. >> in washington. i'm jessi tenure. >> a new study is saying that millions of low income residents in our state are having trouble finding jobs. the ludwig institute for shared economic prosperity calls them. >> functionally unemployed. they're actively looking for work but unable to find full-time employment that pays more the $20,000 a year. the study says california has 1.4 million unemployed residents and research says when you take into account people who can't find jobs that pay above the poverty level. that number is really 4.8 million. the study says high rents in our state are also making it difficult for people to pay for even basic needs like housing. well, it's friday. so let's see what the weather is going to be doing this weekend. it's getting a little gloomy out there already today as we take a look here at san francisco from the top of our sutro camera, golden gate bridge looking good, though.
so let's see what the weather is going to impress this weekend. it's going to stay dry. but that atmospheric river is. >> right on the other end. >> yeah. tuesday when we can see rain widespread. but in the meantime, chances for this weekend look like it's just going to be for the north bay. in the meantime, seeing gray out in the east bay as well. cloudy conditions will persist for the rest of today. it's going to be dry, though. we don't expect any rain out in the interior valley this afternoon. as for the south bay temperatures cool and even cooler for this weekend as a cold front will be moving through the region. so we have this area of low pressure to the north of us bringing rain up there in humboldt and del norte county asked for those of you who might be heading out of the state and fly in other parts of the country. here's a look at a future looks like it's going to be dry and southern california. this weekend. and central us are united states. it is a little wet there in parts of florida, south carolina. if you're flying out there and of course, getting a little bit of snow in the northwestern
portion of the u.s. here's a look at our warmest spot arizona. they're close to 90 degrees high pressure dominating that area and up and down our stay here. looking at 64 for san francisco tomorrow 74 in la and 68 in bakersfield. i believe in the morning we will see a little bit of fog along the coast. in a southern california. but not just there but the bay area's. well, we could see some patchy fog just seen. thank you so much. here's what's coming up at 3 o'clock today. the popular deodorant body sprays that have been found to contain. >> elevated levels of cancer causing chemicals. -hi mommy! -hi honey! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby... don't say a word...
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>> don't die. the retired staff sergeant sits down with us after speaking to the rotary club of pleasant hill recounting his decorated military service overseas going war. 2 was but he survived and some 77 years after storming the beaches normandy, france on d-day. he remembers those with whom he served in the infantry division. i was overseas for 3 years. i we were the first troops over after >> the jeopardy hit pearl harbor. he says he has had numerous brushes with death yet he is still around to tell his story detailed in his book titled the luckiest man in the world. we cleared hit her own. >> but he had plans to take over the world. you would be speaking german now you you wouldn't be free. larson will serve as grand marshal for the rotary clubs. veterans day parade this year as he did in 2020 in honor. he cherishes.
sadly, he says all of his army brothers and sisters from war have passed people. he thinks about often especially when he returned to friends on the 75th anniversary of d-day. there is a god. >> and every i thank him every day, every day. and we thank you. staff sergeant in pleasant hill phillipe djegal all kron 4 >> to find more stories honoring veterans. all you need to do is scan this qr code. we have a complete page on our website and this will take you right there. the kron 4 dot com and with veterans day quickly approaching its next week. kron 4 wants to shine a spotlight on the bay area. men and women who have served in the military. you can submit a photo of a service member. you'd like to honor on our website. kron 4 dot com just upload their picture along with their name, their rank branch of service and hometown and you'll find a link on our homepage just scan that code there. continuing.
>> the way because together. >> tomorrow at pier 27 along the embarcadero san francisco's walk to end alzheimer's is back in person after being virtual last year. this is video from the 2019 walk registration is at 9. the ceremony which kron four's grant lotus is hosting is at 10 o'clock in the walk. that's roland 1030. the whole family will be there supporting this cause that is very close to grants heart that is tomorrow. hope to see you there. what we need to bundle up is the question. who are those cute kids. oh, my goodness. take a along the embarcadero. that's exactly where the walks going to be a long pier. 27 looking forward to mean, all the walkers tomorrow's erica, what's the weather going to be like. >> tomorrow is going to be cloudy in the morning and we could possibly see some light showers for the north as far south as the golden gate bridge. but it will be really
quick. just a few hundredths of an inch of rain. if we see anything from that system to the north of us. the biggest story, though, is next week. on tuesday when that system will bring rain monday night tuesday here in the bay area where san francisco can get an inch to an inch and a half of rain from that system which is much stronger as for temperatures tomorrow across san francisco are looking at low to mid 60's for daytime highs. 61 for half moon bay on opthe peninsula 65 for millbrae redwood city 67 tomorrow. mountain view looking at 65 cool out in the south bay here, cloudy conditions in the and as i mentioned, patchy fog in some areas 65 for pleasanton and livermore 66 out in concord, cooler on berkeley at 61 tomorrow. as for vacaville expected to be 63 same in fairfield and 60 in santa rosa. so here's a look ahead at our temperatures. it will dip down even sunday
there for the interior valley to the low 60's for daytime highs and then another low pressure system there monday night into tuesday. temperatures also going to be a little on the cooler just team. back to you. thanks so much. >> for your money right now. if you're looking for any extra cash. california might owe you some money. the state's contra office says it has 10 billion dollars worth of unclaimed property. this includes uncashed paychecks inactive bank accounts. insurance benefits, safe deposit box contents and also old government bonds. if an account has been abandoned for 3 years in the business is not able to get in contact with you. the property then gets turned over to the state. but it is pretty easy to get back just go to claim it dot ca dot gov and i have to do theirs. fill out a claim form and hit submit. you can see if there's any money there waiting for you. and that might be a great way to kick off the weekend.
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proof. a man in southern california recently discovered the bear right there inside his house chowing down on a bucket of kfc can see the animal. it's all up and there on the kitchen counter hurley, caring about being caught in the act. the homeowner says another bear was also waiting outside. he eventually got the intruder out by making a lot of loud noise but says the animals were still hanging around. he thinks the smell of the fried chicken was just too much just to irresistible. so i really though wonder was the mess like that before after the bear was there no judgments. just curious. and to the bear put honey on the chicken. it's time now to check in with newsnation to see what the team in chicago is working on for tonight. >> job numbers rebound. but inflation still hit every american, every day. we break down of now is really the best time to spend trillions of dollars plus, what donald trump could learn from governor elect youngkin if he plans another run that on balance. here's dan.
>> thanks, leland. tonight on dan abrams live on news nation. should women have to register for the draft right now. they don't. and some saying they shouldn't have to. but isn't this just the next step in equal rights for all americans. that's tonight. and dan abrams live. >> you can find newsnation on the channels listed here. we have more details on our website. kron 4 dot com. time now for one final check now of the weather forecast with the erica caturay she's tracking the next round of rain that's coming in yet to look like just what we do have the system to the north of us. if you're traveling up to oregon this weekend. it's going to be a wet one. as for here in the bay area. does have some chances for seeing some sprinkles tomorrow morning. but sunday, it should remain dry in the bay area. cierra will get some fresh patter on saturday. >> and this is the big story for next week in terms of our weather. is that system that will be bringing rain on
tuesday. so here we see it. we could get about an inch to an inch and a half of rain in san francisco and the north bay 2 to 4 inches on the higher hills and mountains just seen. thank you so much. we tracking that this weekend. if you're going to tune in during kron. 4 news at 4 o'clock today. they're going to be talking more about the walk to end alzheimer's. >> that's tomorrow in san whole family will be there. hope you can come out and support this important cause to our family. and i thank you so much for joining us here. during kron, 4 news at 3 o'clock today and all this week i'm justine waldman and i'll see you back next time. that includes this weekend in prime time.
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