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eruption in the south pacific. that is where we start to saturday night here on kron. 4 news at 10 o'clock. i'm jonathan mccall and i'm justine waltman. the bay area's first tsunami threat and more than a decade brought with it crashing waves and it flooded streets. >> beaches were forced to close in some areas were even evacuated. we have team coverage for you tonight on how the tsunami affected us here in the bay area and all the advisories that were sparked because of it. but first, let's take a look at our 4 zone forecast for meteorologist marisa rodriguez here tonight to get you ready for the start of your sunday in the areas. still with those watches and warnings tonight, recent. yeah, fortunately that tsunami advisory has been allowed to expire for us here in the bay area. monterey coast, big sur coastline as well. >> still remaining in effect for the central coast from san luis obispo into santa barbara county. so we did see some dangerous surf causing rip currents throughout our immediate coastline. and in addition to that flooding
along santa cruz, where was very similar to what we see during a king tide event because of those high title ways. we saw that storm surge as high as nearly 3 feet for most of the california coastline. and we're still tracking that throughout the night. even for those of you in santa barbara and san luis obispo counties continue to see dangerous rip currents. so stay away from the coast. that means surfers and those of you who planned on going fishing. wait until you see the latest national weather service reports for your sunday morning before you head out there. but radar for right now tracking some changes out there in the form of some light sprinkles trying to make its way into the bay area. and you could see over half moon bay even into little pieces in the east bay and south bay there with the redwood seeing some light scattered showers. most of it evaporated before it hits the ground. also known as virgo, but a lot more moisture to our south in monterey county trying to make its way north into the bay area, really going to be a dry night for the most part, but
don't be surprised if you do see any sprinkles. tracking that cloud cover blanketing the coast of the san francisco peninsula with half moon bay in the low 60's mid 40's. for those of you in petaluma and low 40's right now for santa rosa. so yes, we're tracking a 20 degree difference out there right now because of cloud cover. and then we're seeing better clearing to our north. that's what's allowing those cooler temperatures, especially for those of you in santa rosa. so very unique microclimate forecast. fortunately tracking calm winds. but for the most part, we're going to see very dry, seasonal weather through your long holiday weekend. find out if any rain returns in my extended outlook for your 10 at 10 in just a few minutes. back to you. jonathan. just seen. >> thank you, bruce. and now to the north bay where marine county sot 2 to 3 foot surges. one doc was damaged in the richardson bay as well. the county not issuing in the evacuation warnings or orders, but officials say. >> this is part of the drill
to make sure we're ready. kron four's gayle ong continues. our team coverage. >> marin county emergency crews spent the day monitoring the surges that richardson bay, the strong currents following a large underwater volcanic eruption near the tonga islands friday night. the county sheriff's department was notified just after 05:00am saturday morning alerting to the tsunami advisory. we've got some people together, matt and started coming up with a game plan for placing people throughout the county and then also just alerting residents. we've got really busy this morning. the national weather service issued the advisory for the coast of california, including parts of the bay area. this is something like we've never seen before with an underwater volcanic eruption, creating the displacement of water and ultimately the tsunami that's impacting u.s.. saturday was not a day for surfers, swimmers, boaters and by standards on the beach, that surge can round up the beach really fast and catch you off guard and sweep you out to sea easily. in this case. what makes it so dangerous, especially in the events like
this? >> isn't necessarily the height and inundation. it's the it's the sheer surge of the water and all of the water moving the water moving around. richardson bay, one doc was damage in the greenwood cove area. and tipper on the surge is happening in conjunction with high tide bolinas lagoon saw surges at about 3 feet high marin county did not issue any evacuation warnings or orders. but the county sheriff's office says this event serves as a reminder to know your evacuation routes, which way would you go if there you know, an actual tsunami. >> that posed a risk that we haven't during evacuation orders. just take a look. you know, just like fire season. have your go bag ready. have your important documents in a place where you can grab them. >> and getting your vehicle only that you have to get safe to do so. >> gayle ong kron, 4 news. >> in santa cruz, the tsunami advisory was lifted earlier this evening, but officials say that the beaches and boardwalks will reopen tomorrow. a number of them, the beaches were allowed to
reopen this evening at 6 o'clock city officials tell kron 4 they started seeing stronger waves around 10 this morning. >> art fire department to 2 areas that we know are and the tsunami inundation zone. the beach boardwalk area and santa cruz at the harbor. we saw our first surges around 7.15. am in the with the most significant surge occurring around 10:00am where we saw about an 8 level rise and we did water in the parking lots and water coming over the dock areas that we had cleared. >> officials say that so far there have been no reports of any water rescues in santa cruz, even though the advisory has been canceled. first responders were plenty busy today performing a number of water rescues from the high tides brought on from that tsunami. >> let's get the latest now from kron four's camila barco
advisory forced emergency crews to close all san francisco beaches and coastal point saturday morning. >> parts of the bay area saw between one to 3 foot ways. the conditions were so powerful at kelly's cove, a surfer's board broke and crews had to search and rescue the person. the san francisco fire department says that the highest danger associated with these conditions. >> is a strong rip currents. this could actually pull a grown adult into the water and you can become a victim which nobody wants to be throughout the day. park rangers didn't allow cars on ocean beach. >> or at the marina parking lots out of an abundance of caution. if the water got too high. well, later saturday morning, san francisco moved into what is called the green status. officials notify people that the conditions wouldn't flood any homes or businesses, but that people should avoid going in the water. >> however, just 12 miles south of san francisco waves
rocked pacifica. the strong currents caused for some minor flooding on the boardwalk. now, while the damage was minimal and san francisco officials remind people of what you should do in case of a tsunami advisory, for example, stay away from the beaches. >> piers or docs, you know, there's so many things in san francisco that you can do and are they going to the beaches? we have amazing parks that are inland. we have a safe streets and slow streets throughout san francisco. officials also ask that you avoid driving during these times. >> to keep the roads open for emergency vehicles. if you are in a safe area, stay there. but if you are on the beach corp here and could not evacuate, call 911. >> in san francisco, camila barco kron. 4 news. >> we're going out to our covid-19 coverage because starting today, private health plans are required to cover the over the counter covid-19 test the walls. some democrats are frustrated with the biden
administration's pandemic response. kron. 4 washington correspondent reshad hudson brings us more. good evening. president biden is taking heat from members of his own party about the white house's response to the omicron surge. >> we didn't have enough equipment. we didn't have enough. >> testing ohio democratic senator sherrod brown says he understands concerns many americans are having trying to find an at-home covid test. my own families had trouble getting enough tests for their their children. 5 senate democrats went as far as to send this letter to the white house. they complain of long lines at testing sites and want answers about the white house response to omicron. >> and plans for responding to future variants republicans like west virginia. senator shelley moore capito say the white house has simply dropped the ball. the availability of tests critical. the administration should have known this. but brown says there's plenty of blame to go
around. got produce smart that's on both political parties that won the last 2 presidents in the last 2 congresses. capita says congress has already provided billions for testing for some reason. >> the administration has pulled back on this. the biden administration rejects it is not doing enough on testing. >> i'm directing my team to procure an additional half of additional 500 million more test to distribute for free. >> and next week, the white house whole launch a web site to distribute 500 million free at home covid tests. >> reshad hudson reporting for us tonight. much more to come here on kron. 4 news at 10 o'clock, fewer and fewer high school graduates are heading off to college. the reason behind the trend and how it's now starting to impact california college us. >> plus, we'll continue to take a look at how the tsunami advisories impacted the bay area today. and we saw temperatures climbing to nearly 10 degrees above average. but i'm tracking a
>> our team coverage of the tsunami advisory continues tonight in the east bay where folks living in the berkeley marina were forced to evacuate this morning after that advisory was issued. the order was in effect for the boats and the docks in the shoreline. and our kron. 4 soup to call. >> has our coverage now.
>> stephanie hawley man woke up to the sounds of berkeley. police demanding about 115 people living in the marina to evacuate 3 foot waves and strong currents were expected at around 07:30am, in the morning following the tsunami advisory. i grabbed my dog. i mean, my crocs. i don't have socks police officers. caution, people against getting too close to the water, but visitors were still allowed to use the trails and walkways some witnessing strong sudden all water went out for just a few minutes. very fast. >> and then within the next 2 or 3 minutes, it all came back in again. not quite as fast, but that was that was at least at this particular served. the evacuation order was limited to the marina boats, docks and shoreline. those working or living on higher ground were not impacted. history taught us you know, it's an army comes through. it can cause a lot of fortunately, there have
been no reports. >> of damage or injuries. it's something that we all need to be watchful and vigilant about any live near coastline. i realize now i have go to bed just because earthquakes are going to come. i don't have a go to bag. so looks >> 6 hard drives on my boat. a reminder we all need to be prepared for anything in berkeley. believe >> we first told you about the tsunami advisory through the crowd. 4 and kron on app and that's where you can get the latest information on the advisories as well as status on bay area beach closures and reopenings as well as the current weather forecast in your neighborhood, you can download those apps for free right now. we'll talk about our forecast right now as we take a live look outside here in downtown san francisco. the top of the sales force tower lit up in red and gold for the niners game tomorrow. let's get you ready for it. along with still tracking the areas still under that tsunami advisory tonight, kron 4
meteorologists. >> recent rodriguez here with all of it. >> yeah, that's right, jonathan. and just dean, we're seeing that red and gold making its presence known at city hall out there tonight. in addition touthat, some changes for your bay area forecast today we were noticeably mild, widespread low to mid and yes, even upper 60's with san jose trying to flirt with 70's 68 degrees when you should be in the low 60's this time of year. not that far behind downtown san francisco and livermore warming up into the mid 60's 6 degrees above average when we should be in the mid 50's there this time of year. but already tracking those changes out there with some light scattered showers really just coming down. it's in sprinkles or nothing at all go where it evaporates before it hits the ground. that's what we're noticing. does the lines of showers right now throughout half moon bay, even into redwood city animal. pete us but more widespread showers for those of you in monterey county, really going to be light if any, but futurecast
for overall tracking a lot of that storm cloud cover building an increasing during the overnight hours. but not really expected to bring us some measurable rain. if any traces amount at best. so. lp>> i know we had a dry spell and we get really excited. even when we see drizzle. but it looks like it's just not really going to happen for us tonight. account of what we're seeing out there this evening. >> temperatures for the most part, quite the spread, 20 degree difference between santa rosa and half moon bay, cloudy, all clear. so that's why we're seeing a tale of 2 cities out there in the bay area. just split in half low to mid and upper 40's for north bay and east bay valleys. widespread mid to upper 50's and yes, even low 60's for everyone else in the bay area. so milder temperatures to our south, but we are expecting to see overnight lows tonight in the low to mid 40's. so we are going to notice slightly warmer temperatures for our overnight hours with daytime highs. cooling down enough to rebound as to right where we should be this time of year.
upper 50's to low 60's. and that's exactly what we're going to see tomorrow. napa, 57 degrees for you. but taking a look ahead at your 10 at 10 outlook. unfortunately, that dry spell going to continue. jonathan, just seen great barbecue outdoors. weather for your long holiday weekend for martin luther king junior day on monday. but i wish i could conjure up some storms for this next 10 day outlook. but it looks like we're going to see dry, even upwards of 15 days from now. back to you. thanks so much. there are new workplace rules that are now in effect in california. employees will now have to get a covid test. >> after workplace exposure, people cannot just simply take a rapid test on their own. an employee will have to go to a lab or take that test in front of a supervisor or health care professional. cal osha is also tightening its rules on what qualifies as a face covering the new definition includes a surgical mask, a medical procedure mask or respirator or cloth mask that must have
at least 2 layers. >> undergraduate enrollment at california colleges has dropped by nearly a quarter million students since before the pandemic. a fall of 2019. a report from the national student clearinghouse found that california overall saw a decline of more than 99,000 students, which is about 4.3% from the fall of 2022. fall of 2021. that decline was largely driven by a nearly 10% drop at community colleges. california actually saw the 8th largest percentage drop in community college enrollment in the united states. >> fake testing sites are popping up again in cities across the country and with covid tests in high demand, scammers are taking advantage. so how can you tell the difference between a scam and the real thing? here's brian into. you've probably seen covid pop up sites. they look quick and easy. >> but be aware some are sending the wrong test results
sending results late or just never sending them at all. i still haven't heard anything. it was very frustrating, but then just really upset. and mike devastated. the center for covid control has pop-up sites from coast to coast and they also have complaints throughout the country to a lot of them. accusations of emailing test results before people even took the test and concerns about identity theft. at the moment. it was it asked for. >> my driver's license number or a lot of it. quite a bit of personal data i thought was a bit excessive. but i'm in the moment. i was desperate and 6. so i just went along with it. investigation by the department of justice in oregon and better business bureaus in multiple cities. i think what's so alarming is this isn't just one or 2 site. i mean, this is a big company with sites all across the united states and its is also very concerning because people >> are concerned right now about their health. they're
very concerned about the fact. is it a cold? is it covid? is that you? what? what am i feeling right now? the center for covid control didn't respond to our calls. so we showed up to their pembroke pines, florida location. is this the center for covid control? >> this is this. this is it. yes, just this picnic table. >> the location really is just a picnic table in a couple of boxes. the employees here told us they were not allowed to talk to the media and soon after we received a statement from the center for covid control saying they were going to stop testing for the next week because of what they call high patient demand and operational straight. bottom line, the better business bureau says to look at reviews before choosing a location. ask your doctor for recommendation. go with reputable companies and government testing sites. we could end up with a false results or no test results at all. it's just it's wrong and it's infuriating and >> it's just not ok. so i i just feel like it's something
that people need to know about. >> right into the reporting tonight. still ahead, what would you be willing to spend on a fixer? upper are in nice the area neighborhood. what you know, the price tag for this 122 year-old home. that this 122 year-old home. that just sold at auction. - 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...♪ but if slow upload speeds turn your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year. limited availability in select areas. call 877.only.att.
>> the cal state university system is considering providing a universal basic income for its low income students. a $500 monthly stipend would be given to students whose family income is in the bottom 20% up to 14,000 students could be eligible. right now. lawmakers are considering 2 different year long pilot proposals. the first is a 57 million dollar plan involving 3 campuses. the second but cost 87 million dollars and cover 5 campuses. schools under consideration includes cal state l a san francisco state cal state east bay, san jose state and cal state fresno. netflix is once again raising its prices. the standard planned going to 15, 50 a month. that's up from $14. >> netflix updated its a ridge official price plan to reflect the new increases for the standard plan, which is a buck in the $2 increase for the 4 k streaming the new monthly
price for that standard plan. as we mentioned now, $15.50 the new price for the 4 k premium plan is $20. that's up $2 from 18 bucks. >> so homes in california are pretty expensive. even more so in the bay area. check out this. it's still dated. it's in san francisco was marketed as the worst house on the best block located valley. it's just about 2000 square feet. it's 122 years old and it sold to a developer for nearly 2 million dollars. cash that several $100,000 higher another fixer, upper homes in the bay area. >> just say one to say about the no comments next to 10 large areas of the country are preparing for a massive winter storms tonight. how some states are hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst. >> kron four's on top of breaking news tonight of a
hours long hostage situation from texas tonight. what investigators are now saying about the suspect involved in this 12 hour long standoff. >> and ron drizzle watch tonight in the bay area. details ahead on these light scattered showers. and if they're going to stick around for the 2nd half of your weekend state him.
you since kron. 4 news at 6 o'clock from texas. all the hostages are safe after a 12 hour long standoff inside of a dallas area synagogue. governor greg abbott making the announcement this evening and came not long after a loud bang and what sounded like gunfire coming from that location. law enforcement is saying tonight the hostage taker is dead. >> reporter markie martin explains more on what happened today. >> at 11 o'clock this morning, colleyville police were called to congregation beth israel synagogue north of dallas. fort worth holding saturday morning. she bought service inside a lone suspect holding the congregation hostage. his hate filled rant live streamed through the synagogue's facebook he >> it is only bill. >> swat teams of fbi in a crisis negotiator quickly called in for backup area. neighborhoods evacuated out of safety at this time.
authorities not revealing how or if the man is armed. he repeatedly war s the congregation he won't make it out is it's very sad for us as a community. >> the entire jewish community is aware of the situation. i've had many calls from israel herald girls back or is the chairman of secure community network which oversees the physical security of more than 1500 jewish communities and locations across the country, including this one. >> we will physically trained in this building. august 22nd. >> about 25 people in the building including the rabbi. so they had at least some knowledge and training as to what potentially could happen in this type of situation. >> this afternoon, the white house briefing president biden on the hostage situation. senator ted cruz, the u.s. ambassador to israel and israel's minister of diaspora affairs, all releasing statements of support for the synagogue and colleyville community.
>> we don't know exactly what perpetrate their energy that says, i must, you know, assume control of some jewish institution in order to make my point. and we just pray for the safety and the rule. the youth of those that are being held inside. >> meanwhile, the san francisco police department issued this statement on twitter tonight saying that it was closely monitoring the developments from texas while coordinating with local jewish organizations to keep the city safe. also, governor gavin newsome tweeted today that, quote, what is unfolding at the beth israel synagogue in texas is nothing short of horrific, sending strength to the congregants and their loved ones as we hope for rescue and safety. this is a developing story will continue to monitor this information and bring you updates throughout the night on kron 4 dot com and first thing tomorrow morning on the kron. 4 morning news starting at 7 o'clock. >> now to the east coast where emergency crews had to move quickly overnight to put out a massive fire at a chemical warehouse. this was a new
jersey. authorities say the fire was challenging because it involved 2 structures. one facility makes furniture the other produces chlorine for pools after smoldering the chlorine plant started burning again. that credit a lot of fears about the air quality and possible evacuations in the area. but firefighters managed to keep the flames under control. no one was hurt. >> a kentucky candle factory hit hard by a tornado last month will not reopen according to its owners. the mayfield consumer products say that it will not rebuild the plant. that closing will impact some 500 workers. the plant manager says many of those workers will be offered transfers to a nearby plant. people were killed when that twister hit. survivors are now suing the company claiming that it violated workplace standards by not allowing them to leave before that storm. back here at home, honolulu, police have arrested 2 men who they say used a gun to threaten others. it happened
early this morning on east washington street at a business. police say that someone at that scene reported 2 men were causing problems at a business when they then flashed a gun. those men left from the scene in the car. officers say caught up with him a short time later but could not find that gun. the men who are from santa rosa now behind bars at the sonoma county jail. >> tmz is reporting tonight that actress lori loughlin and her husband mossimo giannulli have become the victims of a home burglary from earlier in the month. the thieves reportedly smashed their way into a bedroom window and stole 1 million dollars worth of jewelry. tmz is also reporting the police do not know if loughlin and giannulli were targeted or if the burglary was random. but investigators do think the theft may have been pulled off by a crew from south america. baldwin has finally handed over his cell phone to police as part of the investigation into the shooting death of his cinematographer on the set of the film. rust. it came nearly
a month after investigators obtained a search warrant allowing them to seize it. baldwin explained last weekend the delay had to do with jurisdiction issues between where he lives and new mexico where the shooting happened. lena hutchinson's was killed after baldwin shot her in the chest with a prop gun that he was told had links. now personalize smart guns, which can be fired only by verified users may become available to americans after more than 2 decades of questions about how reliable they are and also concerns about potential government regulation. markie martin shows us which states could adopt the smart after 2 decades of reliability questions and concerns smart guns could finally be hitting the market. lodestar works is one such company currently working on its prototype inspired to offer a safer option to buyers following one too many stories of children shot while playing with an
unattended gun. i'd seen the abject failure of every policy to try to make. >> to do something about gun safety. >> lobbying and regulations and lawsuits. you know, and it all goes nowhere. not one life is saved. there are only 3 ways the gun would work for its owner, fingerprint recognition, smartphone, pairing or a keypad code. the user can program it. however, they'd like and what those are. the warmest tactile push buttons. there's 3 of them. you can do a 4 to 6 digits acts, much electronic door lock. what any? what coffee pot is smarter than my firearm. we spoke to co-founder ginger chandler, former senior vice president of remington. she says now is the time to bring the gun to market. >> consumers are more comfortable with smart devices and technology has gotten smaller. is there any fear the gun go off when they use areas if needed next year? absolutely. i mean, just like
a mechanical firearm. if it doesn't go up when you want it to. >> you could under stress be hurt. just like the mechanical firearm goes through all the reliability testing. so, you know, it's going to work. we're putting this going through that same said every level but there is skepticism fromigun shop owners. every guy on the planet is basically held together with been springs. that stuff is physical. if you put a break into that. >> that require some sort of electronic into this is the batteries that, for example, why? >> yeah, i mean, i think that that is probably the primary concern. >> and this kind of product has been promised for years and has the potential for a big industry shake-up, particularly in states with tighter gun laws that might only support smart guns. >> markie martin reporting tonight. so a would be thief took a painful fall near
fresno while breaking into a best buy store right through the roof. >> surveillance cameras captured this bumbling burglar. it was last sunday around 4 in the morning crashing into a stacked merchandise at the warehouse. police say they responded because the store's alarm went off. but everything appeared to be locked. so they left when workers showed up to the best buy. about 2 hours later, they found 39 year-old corey fish on the floor. he wasn't seriously hurt, but he was quickly arrested. >> sure is. ego was bruised a little yeah. >> in weather news tonight, there's a massive winter storm that's moving across the south central united states right now. right now, winter weather advisories along with storm warnings stretch from kansas and oklahoma all the way to the east coast and even canada. >> that storm is expected to bring snow, ice and freezing rain to parts of the south, making driving conditions
nearly impossible in north carolina alone, 200 members of the national guard have now been activated to help with the storm response in the tar heel state. they're equipped with emergency response vehicles that can move thr%ugh the snow such as honey bees and four-wheel drive ambulances. make sure you have groceries, medications, and other essentials, like water, batteries and pet food that you'll need for the next few days. >> power outages are expected across the region, a foot and a half of snow could hit parts of the appalachians and new england starting tonight. >> nothing like that. back here at home. as we talk about our 4 zone forecast. but we do know that that storm is expected to impact a lot of travel across the country. are meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here now with a look at the storm and also if we're going to see any storm like weather here in the bay area, we're going to see sprinkles, but nothing in the form of snow or sleet like what they're expecting in the
northeast right now. let's take a look at airport delays. >> so far that massive winter storm not really making any delays for those of you throughout the southeast, even throughout the northeast as well. all clear from coast to coast. but we are tracking cooler temperatures because this storm is currently over alabama, louisiana, even into parts of atlanta as well as nashville, widespread upper 30's out there right now. single digits for those of you in boston, freezing temperatures there and we're tracking with stormtracker 4, widespread light to moderate and even pockets of heavy rain all the way from nashville, tennessee. and as far south as panama city throughout the florida panhandle. and this storm is going to make its track into the northeast sunday night into monday for the long holiday. martin luther king junior day weekend. we're tracking 18 inches of snow, at least also 50 to 60 miles per hour. wind gusts and throughout the
northeast coastline could even see some flood advisories going into effect as well. so sleet, snow, ice, you name it. it's going to wreak havoc there. but for us here in the bay area no longer under that tsunami advisory. but we are tracking a line of sprinkles out there right now from half moon bay, even low p does as well. and we are expecting to see some light scattered hit or miss drizzle because of this storm to the south making its way northward currently over the central coast out there right now in parts of monterey coast line. but overall, not tracking really night country says amount of rain will be lucky if we get that. so most of it going to evaporate before it hits the ground. also known as we're good. we are going to see an increase in that cloud cover cooling down temperatures near seasonal upper 50's to low 60's starting sunday. monday. better clearing with more sunshine for a holiday. but we are expecting to see more sun biden weekend warmer temperatures as well into the next 10 days just in. and jonathan, back to you.
>> all right. let's get some a breeze. still ahead, a new study may give you another reason why you might want to mask up. why researchers saying now it could make you more attractive >> hundreds of folks flocking to illinois town tonight. to honor the late great betty white. >> and in sports, derek carr made his playoff debut for the raiders from the wild card round against the cincinnati bengals. we'll hear from coach of the car next in sports. new year, new start. and now comcast business is making it easy to get going with the ready. set. save. sale. get started with fast and reliable internet and voice for $64.99 a month with a 2-year price guarantee. it's easy... with flexible installation and backing from an expert team, 24/7. and for even more value, ask how to get
>> folks in illinois getting together today to celebrate the life of late actress betty white. just one week. what would have been her one 100th birthday celebration took place in the actress's home town that featured singing and dancing. >> from hordes of betty white fans and reporter judy takes us there. >> this mike i love her so >> be like betty. i got have a season. and the black of ed, you need to >> everyone's friend oak park's golden girl. it's your birthday. so of course, i'm i'm going to take her out on their birthday. he spent 60 bucks. yeah, it's been $60 on it. hit flowers, candy, the whole business. yeah. and this
proclamation in her memory. >> under the marquee of the classic cinemas lake theater. the west suburb celebrated betty white day one of america's beloved stars. the actress and comedian passed away new year's eve monday would have been her one 100th birthday. just make sure that people understood that she was from park, not chicago. >> not that we don't love chicago, but she i know, parker with cake balloons and dancing. they honored their hometown girl, my friend. and i just wanted to have some good, silly fun. >> and celebrate something positive. all this fuss for someone who lived in oak park just 18 many dimensions, you know, she could sing. she could dance shared great comedic timing, which apparently they didn't figure out until later in her career. she wasn't a comedian until mary tyler moore. so those she's just great. >> across the street from the theater, the animal care league remembered whites love of animals and lifelong work
with animal rescue organizations with an adoption of that, we are already have 2 pets at home, but definitely can add more we have more welcome. we will take them all that, but we can we're big buddy wife. and so i definitely wanted us to be here and i want to miss this. it was it was something i was looking forward to closing out the party. another former oak park resident, cynthia thank >> a little bit because if for me. >> and the say thank in oak
park, judy. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> the nfl playoffs are officially underway. the wild card round wrapping up today. the raiders making their first playoff appearance since 2016 and only their second since 2000. 2, we head to cincinnati in the queen city as readers take on the bengals. derek carr injured in 2016. so this was actually his playoff debut today, too late first-half joe burrow throws just before stepping out of bounds. >> left flows of everton whistle as the ball is in the air. but our boards td catch. he was still ruled. good play, though, not reviewable to bad break for the raiders who are now down. 26. but the raiders rally right before intermission cars. it's it is a jones. that's a 14 yard. touchdown. raiders cut. the
suns lead to 2017 as they head into the locker room. but fast forward, 17 seconds left in the game. raiders down 7, 4th and goal. here we go. car tries to get its jones, but it is picked off by jermaine pratt. the raiders finally running out the last second heroics. the bengals winning their very first playoff game. in the 31 years, there was no text message. 31 years ago, folks, waiters losing 26 19. here's what head coach rich bisaccia and derek carr had to say after the loss. >> you know, far as our team is concerned, i just felt like it was a it's a group of men that really learned how to care for one another really learned how to compete with relentless effort to the bitter day in and day out, improved. not only is players, but as men and we just stuff right at the time today. everything just frustrating right i didn't expect it to go this way. i feel like as goes during the game at any point. >> all the way until the last, you know, once the couple
seconds. >> bills hosting the patriots in the second wild card game in frigid buffalo temperature at game time. 5 degrees. buffalo's offense, though. red hot check this out. josh allen, big patients here. finally, flings, dawson who knows how to make a great catch for the td the bills scored touchdowns. get this on all 4 of their 1st half possessions. they went into the locker room at halftime of 27 3. 2nd half. same as the first first possession. guess what, josh allen airing it out for the first 4th td pass of the game. this one to emmanuel sanders bills of big 33 to 3. it was scored touchdowns on the first 7 times. they have the ball with allen scoring 5 of those td passes. buffalo were rolling right over the ver those sticks. it was new england's first playoff game without tom brady since 1998. and the most points ever scored against the bill belicheck team in the post
season sharks hosting the pittsburgh penguins in overtime. sidney crosby, great play to set up jake gun. so for the winning goal, sid the kid with his usual brilliance sharks go down to one in overtime and in hoops news, steph curry will be out for tomorrow's night's game against the minnesota timberwolves. >> up in minnesota with what is being described as hand soreness, according to the team, he heard his pinkie on his shooting him last night trying to go up against lonzo ball for a layup. lorenzo hit that pinky finger right now. things look just kind of minor in precautionary. so hopefully they'll be able to still win without stuff tomorrow in the twin cities. also in college hoops. stanford cal, you usf santa clara and san jose in all losing on the women's side. saint mary's in santa clara, one usf and san jose state law says you get all that. we hope you did
>> so interesting thoughts here when it comes to wearing masks and also the increased mask guidance that's out there. now, a new study is revealing what many may have already been realizing over the past couple of years that wearing a mask might make you more attractive to other people, not just for protecting yourself against your way. you're all the is
true. researchers at cardiff university asked women to rank men's faces with. >> and without a mask and sciences found that face is covered with medical mask or considered more attractive, especially with those blue medical mask. researchers say there could be a number of reasons why one reason could be women typically associate those mask with health care workers in caring were medical professionals may be doctor mcdreamy. and for some, they say the mask also hide and desirable features. and finally, it's also possible that mask actually make people more attractive because they directed their attention to the making them more mysterious. findings are nothing new to the tiktok community. >> the term mask fishing has been trending on that social media site. it's basically considered another form of catfishing. when you look better wearing a mask that he would without it. so. if you have a good smile, wearing a mask might not be what you're trying to do. but if you
don't, that's not your most attractive feature. covering it up might be beneficial. i know a lot of people. and by a lot, i mean, 2 shows this time of all this mask-wearing to get braces because they figured my mask is going to mask is going to cover my face nose know when this is all over. we have great teeth. it's actually pretty smart. that one one smart, there must be others out there. what do you think are people more attractive with or without a mask? >> as long as there's not a brown paper bag over your face, i think that's pretty good. >> the bar's lokahi a to go to the er. all right. before we go tonight, here's a quick check of your forecast with with >> yeah, let's take a look at your niners forecast. i know city hall getting excited for tomorrow's wild card game lit up in red and gold this evening and they're going to take off our rivals and it's
going to be really nice weather, especially for those of you lucky enough to see the game in dallas. a lot more sunshine, calmer winds by the time the game starts at one 30 for your sunday afternoon. we're going to be in the low 50's eventually warming up into the mid-fifties. but temperatures out there right now in the bay area, 40's and 50's 60 degrees right now for half moon bay. we are tracking warmer temperatures there. low to mid 40's overnight with cooler cloud. your weather seasonal in the upper 50's to low 60's. so enjoy. go niners. go niners. will recap of the game tomorrow? have a good night. >> sometimes we'll see you tomorrow. 6 >> haha. we learn about covid-19,
>> was the kid that sealed the deal. an epic comeback win for san francisco that sent them on a trip to the playoffs. the first thing going for as long you to keep it going. the forty-niners have to hit the road and get it done against a long time rival. they got very good they got very good schemes. the forty-niners are trying to scheme up a way to send dallas packing and play their best football of the season. they pose a some pretty some pretty good