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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at known. >> big pot busts and not where you might expect police in the north bay fighting more than 200 pounds of pot alongside plants and sake you for joining us tonight on kron 4 news at 9 o'clock. i'm grant
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lotus and i'm vicki liviakis. this bust. was that not in a remote part of northern california know it was in a quiet >> neighborhood in fairfield and a sniff out the operation. all police had to do was. follow their noses conference. amanda hari has details. >> fairfield police say this bust is all thanks to the community. they say neighbors in the area smelled the odor of the marijuana plants. as far as a block away and they reached out to police hundreds of pounds of illegal marijuana and more than 200 plants build a home in its yard. >> in this neighborhood near kentucky and 3rd streets. you can see some of it bagged up in this photo. narcotics related warrant was served on october 20th by the fairfield police department. special operations team. police say it was difficult to get inside of the home. it was gated and change it outside was a large people left to guard the home once inside. police also found 6 other dogs. but the
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occupants were nowhere to be found pretty. that's pretty wild. eric schaeffer says he's lived in this neighborhood for more than 20 years. he says it's changed, but he's never heard of anything like this. it just be really nice. and it got kind rough for a couple years. it's getting better now. they didn't meet them in the school. really nice. fairview elementary school is walking distance from the home. >> in addition to the marijuana and plants, police found 2 blocks style handguns and a short barrel ar 15 rifle. they say it took several trucks to load up all the plants, some of which were about 8 feet tall. very field. police say this is still an active investigation and a humane animal services officer removed all of the animals from the property. >> in fairfield, amanda hari kron, 4 news. >> a handful of small businesses in oakland became victims of burglaries. this break-in that happened early this morning along lakeshore avenue. one restaurant owner tells us that the crime and issues with homelessness in
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the area are making life even more difficult. our kron four's dan thorn is in the newsroom now with them there. hope for some changes. dan vicki, these burglars appeared to be targeting cash registers of the businesses. the owner of linzi asian kitchen says there's was yanked off of their counter, but no money was inside the bigger issue is the damage to their front door and the feeling of being violated it's something no small business owner ever wants to see the front door of their livelihood kicked in by criminals was pretty depressing. it's kind of all to do this. as during this time. >> with inflation covid and everything else and a lot of almost. >> marshall lamm has run lin, jia, asian kitchen on lakeshore avenue for more than a decade. her restaurant along with other nearby businesses were hit by burglars early wednesday morning. lamb says crime in the neighborhood has become a growing concern with the homelessness. the break and the
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>> that's that's what like that much. >> the broken glass and lambs front door has been replaced with plywood. it's estimated that it will cost more than $800 to replace which lamb says on some days is a 3rd of what her restaurant makes in a day. lamb calls oakland home and wants to keep it that way. but the city's issues are wearing her thing. and i just hope that. >> somehow it. >> this is solution to to the prospect general. but it's a top. it's a big, big problem. >> oakland police say they are investigating this case along with another break-in at a separate business on lake shore where cash was stolen. anyone with any info or surveillance video is encouraged to come forward. reporting live in the newsroom. dan thorn kron, 4 news. >> thank you, dan. the attack on paul pelosi is still top of mind for lots of lawmakers as we learn more about the man
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who broke into the pelosi home last week, more elected officials there saying they're not rethinking their own security plans. that includes san francisco's mayor london breed. >> i am concerned you know, i've had her i had a number of death you know, someone show work in front of my home. you know, others who have been very so, yeah, definitely so it's really important that we make sure. that elected officials are not representing the people in these various positions. >> the mayor says she has changed her own personal security plan. but of course, she didn't want to share the exact details of how she's doing that. meanwhile, u.s. capitol police have admitted that nobody was monitoring live video cameras on the. >> pelosi home during the
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break-in. our conference, theresa has more now on what went wrong and what can be learned from the attack. >> in a five-page letter bay area, congresswoman and chair of the house committee that oversees the capitol police department. zoe lofgren is laying out questions about security concerns surrounding members of congress. she specifically zeroes in on the violent attack on house speaker nancy pelosi is husband cameras were on at speaker pelosi, san francisco home, but not being monitored. lofgren is drilling down on whether adequate protocols are in place given how investigators say that the attack seemed politically motivated. >> what is the problem? the capitol police on? you have something like 2000 officers so they have the man power to cover families. they the speaker when she's with her husband up. obviously. gets covered that way. but other
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than that, you have to have your own private security. rick smith is a former fbi agent and runs a private security firm. >> in her letter, lofgren mentions how data shows domestic violent extremists pose a heightened threat to the 2022 election. >> and lone offenders with enduring perceptions of election fraud in 2020 or supported the insurrection are a great risk in america. but smith says it's more complicated. >> i think the left is through the left and then never maybe since the 60's and the rights for the right and then that. so i mean, there's a certain vitriol that comes out of this by both sides because these things that happened, smith adds a more robust security system could have helped in the pelosi case but says victim shaming is not fair. >> he has one large takeaway message in all of this is examining what happened in sticking to the facts. >> when these things happen is because of social media,
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primarily, there's so much misinformation so much and i think what comes out of this month that it comes at this is that that you sit back and look at the facts of the case, not what you want to have happen. not what think happened now. if somebody told you have been what happened and that's the way it investigates the way the police, as with the fbi looks at these things, not crazy stuff. theresa kron, 4 news. >> san jose police have made an arrest in a hit and run incident involving an elderly woman and a toddler. this is video of it. officers say 20 year-old alexa had joe fee admitted to being the driver of the vehicle involved. she was arrested for felony hit and run. the incident happened last tuesday just before 06:00pm in the area of sierra road. and ok, elaine, both the woman and the child were treated for non-life-threatening injuries. man accused of stalking in preying on young women around the university of san francisco campus. >> he's facing additional charges that after 6 more
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victims have come forward saying 34 year-old san francisco resident bill hobbs assaulted them. he was initially charged with 16 felony and misdemeanor counts on october 14th. but the da announced new charges today which include misdemeanor public nuisance, misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor assault. hobbs is being held without bail. >> san francisco police are investigating a deadly attack near a 7.11 store. this is in the cities. visitation valley neighborhood. a 77 year-old man was killed. >> 2 other people were hurt. while police have made an arrest. neighbors say that more needs to be done about safety. there. our kron four's gayle ong joins us now live in the studio with community reaction. gayle. >> vicki graham, police say this attack was random and the attack was captured on surveillance video. it was shared with us because the neighbors want to bring awareness to this incident and we do want to warn you the images you're about to see are graphic. a vicious beating
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captured on surveillance video. it was just before 06:30am, in the morning tuesday near bayshore and raman. streets in san francisco's visitation valley neighborhood. >> police say an elderly man died on the scene. 2 others were taken to the hospital. this is a despicable act and >> we think that people should know when people are out here checking >> san francisco supervisor shamann walton whose district includes visitation valley identified the man killed as 77 year-old winds of san francisco supervisor. walton says he has been in contact once the sun and is closely working with san francisco police. investigators say the incident began at this 7.11 where they say the suspect identified as 32 year-old charles short attacked the store employee and a bystander. police arrested short as he was running away from the scene. he is facing charges of homicide assault with a deadly weapon robbery and preventing a victim from calling 9-1-1 an employee who works next door at this auto repair shop did not want to show his identity but says he
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is concerned about the neighborhood. he now carries a taser. you carry this because that safety >> because i've people right here. the man says the attack happened back in june of last year. >> that's freedom and we stay in hospital a couple days. >> we haven't reached that. you have a mostly injury on my face. i got 4 stitches and the guy got a cracked skull. >> supervisor walton says he is working with police and other city departments to prevent violent incidents from happening in the community and to seniors is horrible. >> you know, i is is more and more of that. >> longtime san francisco resident wilhelm says he will stay vigilant, cautious everywhere i go. >> people are desperate. >> and i spoke with the daughter of that 7.11 employee who was also attacked in his incident. she says her father is recovering well, but it will be a long road to recovery. meantime, the suspect is being held at the san francisco county jail. and while an arrest has been made, as apd says, this remains an open and active investigation
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anyone with information is asked to call police in the studio. gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> definitely disturbing. thank you, gayle. now to some national news in the gunman behind the 2018 massacre at a parkland, florida high school will spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole. nicolas cruz was officially sentenced today one day after family members of victims had a chance to directly address him in court. cruz is responsible for killing 17 students and staff and injuring 17 others at marjory stoneman douglas high school last month. the jury recommended a life sentence instead of the death penalty. >> you know, lots of fresh snow in the sierra some places reporting snowfall of over 10 inches, believe it or not, and chain controls. those remain in effect for parts of the sierra right now. it's cold here. it's colder there and really, lawrence, feels like a switch has been flipped. like
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it was like like it. yeah, let's sure let's get it on. i mean, yeah, the snow really coming down the high country. in fact, they just extended the winter storm warning in the advisories across the sierra. nevada just does not want to him. and that is some good news. the snow continuing to fall up there looking at a live shot of i-80 right now. they have been chained up still east and westbound on atm. 52. >> i've had numerous spinouts of folks getting caught up. they're just not used to seeing this stormy weather. and here we go. yeah, we've got winter weather advisories. winter storm warnings continue in until midnight tonight. now across the sierra nevada as the storm just refusing to quit. so to maybe another 3 inches of snow. but if you're headed up there, expect some slow gone with the chain advisories. still, we're going to see a change in the weather pattern starting tomorrow, we'll dry things out. but the temperatures are going remain cold. so that snow not going to melt. in the meantime, de tomorrow, you can see those temperatures about 36 degrees. that will warm things up on friday as we get ready for another storm system that we're going to be a little bit
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warmer, bringing a chance of showers into the high country late in the day on saturday. all right. outside right now, you've skies clearing out around the bay area. a few more showers outside today. even some thunderstorms kind of rumbling on by as we head that the unstable air mass kind of sliding on through making its way through the state, bring some lightning strikes across the state, even in the bay area, too. things quieting down, though, outside of most places. now you see the snow up in the sierra nevada with some lightning strikes in that direction. but the bay area kind of drying things out right now, but it is still active in the high country. so you see 50 80. they're traveling up in that direction. yeah, just kind of a tough goes. the snow just continuing there at this time. but locally things clearing out. and that means as these winds calm down tonight, the temperatures are going to get very cold outside. we've had enough of a breeze to keep the temperatures up a bit. but now we're beginning to see some places like santa rosa go call me see panel. that's going to be the general trend is the a cold air kind of settles in tonight. the temperatures really going to be a very
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chilly in spots, especially in the north bay. we've got advisories for a frost going up in mill valley all the way up in the healdsburg towardsi saint helene and and sonoma. it's going to be a cold night overnight lows going to be the 30's, low 30's and you're going to seem colder weather for the north and clear lake and upper lake. that's where they've got a freeze warning as those temperatures really going to fall off plan on a low tonight below freezing, about 30 degrees in santa rosa. 34 in napa about 35 degrees in concord. 37 in the bottle. 35 in lemore. lot of 40's in and around the bay. this could be one of the coldest nights we've seen so far this season. tomorrow. it looks like we'll dry things out. the temperatures are going to start to warm up a little bit. not going to be a heat wave, but back in the mid 60's and some of the warmest valleys and 50's along the coastline. more storms on the rise and we'll tell you when we expect them coming up in a few minutes. all right, lawrence, you know, dining out al fresco via those little parklets sure became popular during the pandemic. but now
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the future of some of these little outdoor spaces may be in jeopardy. >> restaurants and some people are just divided on what to do with these parklets. now it's not quite a dine and dish, but it's kron four's. justin campbell, who's live in palo alto to explain this issue. good evening. just it. >> that's right. grant and vicki rather, they stay or go this. these parklets have been dividing businesses here in palo alto. and here's what i want to show you these park lakes that are behind me, whether they stay or go. the current rules say restaurant owners will soon have to ask for approval from their neighbor if they will stay. >> to feel like you're you're about here, you know, but you're actually over 5,000 miles away in downtown palo alto family operated business. ricky fleming is the manager of us diria toscano and italian restaurant. he says the park let's have helped bring in revenue, improve safety with more foot traffic
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and made the dining experience just like bring under. beautiful people are so happy out here, but things could change. next year. city council says starting next june businesses will have to ask their neighboring business and property owners for consent to have a parkland and not everyone is on board for the parklets to stay. no, they haven't given consent. nancy cook, paul owner of cuba cafe concerned t the rahm. they are intending to charge for park. let's designed to help restaurants stay open during covid. >> are now dividing business owners on whether they should stay. >> or go? well, i don't see why we should have permission when it's already been. does it need to us from the city of palo alto? >> now those restaurant and business owners that you just heard from. there are 3 new
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council members coming to the council in january. and they're hoping that they will take up this issue immediately to decide what will be done on whether these parklets will stay or go. we'll be sure to bring you the latest on kron 4 dot com or live right here on tv reporting live here in palo alto, justin campbell kron. 4 news says good. thank you, justin. and with the holiday season quickly approaching in large crowds expected. >> in san francisco, the city's increasing security efforts to try to avoid a repeat of what happened last year. that's when you may recall an unprecedented number of brazen, violent robberies occurred in union square like this one this year. welcome ambassadors in orange coat, sir. back in there, walking around, try to help provide residents, business owners and visitors with a sense of security. >> they put a smile on people's face. i just to the pitcher with the visitors. she said, i just got help from this guy here. and i was wondering what was going on. and she said, i can tell you,
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this is a great program. we love this program. >> the program is celebrating one year and they say there have been more than 4 million interactions with the public. that's a lot breed, says the ambassadors are also having an economic impact. several stores and restaurants have reopened after closing because of all the crime last year that is leading to increase foot traffic. the mayor says in return of the energy and vibrancy that san francisco had been known for. >> some teachers with the san francisco unified school district either called in sick today or they left early all in protest of the persistent payroll problems they're experiencing. teachers still say that they're dealing with these problems like, you know, not getting paid on time are not getting their benefits. the district acknowledges that it switched to a new payroll system back in march and that the transition has not been smooth. 7 months later after promising to fix the problem. it's still hasn't gone away.
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>> i had gotten me. >> so many e-mails from people at my site. i'm not getting paid correctly. this is wrong. not as wrong. >> in a statement of the district superintendent says that the union has a responsibility to solve this issue, said we can rebuild trust with our community. i know that there is a lot of work ahead and we will not stop until we can make every sf. usd employee told. elon musk reportedly plans to lay off roughly half of twitter's employees in an effort to >> drive down costs. following his acquisition of that social media company last week, bloomberg reporting about 3700 members of twitter staff will be notified of there. termination friday. the report also a school eliminate the company's existing work from anywhere policy. that means most twitter employees who stick around. we'll have to po back to the office. >> tonight's numbers came in
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just a little time ago. the jackpot is now worth a whopping 1.2 billion dollars. lot of money. winning numbers are 2.11, 20 to 35 60 and the powerball is 23 all the best. >> when they started recording. started its. >> terrifying moment for a woman while out celebrating halloween san francisco. she says she was held in a chokehold by a security guard outside a nightclub coming up tonight at 9.30, she recounts the disturbing moment. and we response tonight from that club and children's hospitals across the country feeling extra pressure because what's known as r s v that's going around. what to know about the latest surge and treatments and a potential option for san francisco's million dollars. toilet price tag. we'll be right back.
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vo: climate change is fueling a wildfire crisis. destroying our forests. threatening our communities. polluting our air. prop 30 taxes those making over $2 million a year. no one else pays a penny. 30 will reduce the tailpipe emissions that drive climate change. and prevent wildfires and toxic smoke. so we have clean air to breathe. this is about our kids' future. omar: prop 30 helps contain fires and combat tailpipe emissions. vote yes on 30.
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businessmen teamed up to donate a public restroom to san francisco. they're offering their services for free. >> after learning about a job dropping 1.7 million dollar price tag for a proposed stahl
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in the city's know a valley district. our kron four's at ella sogomonian is in the newsroom with their very generous plan. you want to run it down for us. l a? >> well, vicki, these guys are presenting a new plan to the city's parks and rec department tomorrow saying that they can take on the cost to build a bathroom for a fraction of the price. >> san francisco tops the charts for the cost to break ground to build a house. but we recently learned that the city's estimate for a public bathroom is an eye-popping. 1.7 million dollars for one toilet to be installed in the know valley neighborhood. well, the san francisco chronicle reports the governor has flushed state funding after word got out about the exorbitant amount for the outhouse. 2 men in the business of building say they donate their own version in lieu of the seven-figure lou. chad kaufman, president of the public restroom company shared these renderings of their design donation. it features concrete walls and floors with the structural steel roof frame and panels. but typically a building like that
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a single occupant restroom. >> with one toilet and one exterior sink. >> would only cost about $135,000. any other costs associated with the installation or local permitting, anything of that sort would have to be done local. >> conference company would pair up with volumetric building companies to supply the architectural engineering and installation services estimated at another $300,000. plus san francisco union workers would be used to get the job done. they explained the key to lowering cost is modular offside construction, offsite construction that allows us to centralize labor in a factory in a way that creates really efficient construction mechanisms if the city except the offer. kaufman says their restroom can be shipped at any time. if permitting he's fast tracked installation would take 3 days. now a hurdle to this option might be that san francisco has vowed not to
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work with businesses from states that make abortion access stuff. >> and this company is based in nevada in the newsroom. ella sogomonian kron. 4 news. thank you. ella. >> coming up next, all those plastic bags to get grocery store, really recyclable or companies just kind of skirting the bags. and that is the question. california's attorney general is now challenging that you factors to answer. also tonight, will cut through all the ad noise and do some explaining try to get to the heart of what's at stake for californians. we will decide whether or not repeal that flavored tobacco ban. it next week's election and then a violent incident outside of san francisco nightclub. it is caught on camera. here is the woman says the security guards who put her in a chokehold should lose their jobs. keep it here.
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that's what i started to 25 year-old lauren hop is describing being choked by staff security guard at the dna lounge saturday in san francisco. these are photos of hopkins all dressed up for the wicked vibes. halloween party at bna. here are photos of the bruises she says occurred during the physical altercation with a security >> talk about that specific incident. what are you >> what did the security guards say? i have the half of the cigarette. the has the but on that. she says she stepped out of the club to get some fresh air begin rolling a marijuana cigarette. she was approached by security. >> the tobacco into my paper. maestro the but on the ground. >> by that point, the security guard comes up to so dotson littering. >> and you can get kicked out or for thrown out of line for
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that. she says after questioning the guard about that, she was physically dragged out of the i just know that she grabbed me and threw me out of line at that point. by the shoulders. and it escalated from there. at point i started to i was afraid next thing i know i'm on the ground and a child cold while another security guard had my legs pinned down the general manager of the dna lounge paints a different picture of what happened in a statement to kron 4 that reads in part, quote, it over the intoxicated woman was told she could not into our premises. she repeatedly harassed staff member screaming at and striking several of them and refusing all attempts at de-escalation. it goes on to say dna lounge is deeply cognizant of the fact that seen a black person being restrained under any circumstances. >> in both strong and very valid concerns, all attempts
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were made to preserve the safety of staff patrons and bystanders during this incident. >> unquote. and looking at the video itself, first thing i know was that the act and that the security guard has elbow in chokehold passion around young woman that that is a no-no. civil rights attorney john burris took a look at the video and raises this concern regarding chokehold security officers not entitled to use more force and replace options. you san francisco police were called to the scene to investigate detained hopkins but no arrests were made. she says, although she was released by sfpd being shelled by dna, loud security still grips are emotionally. george floyd's video. >> like crushed my heart. and i was about to die on the pavement, just like him in a chokehold over a cigarette. and to me, that shouldn't be a normal regular for black and brown people in this country.
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>> at this point, what you want to happen? >> i i want. >> security to get a makeover. i lot those security guards to lose their jobs in san francisco has and you on for >> doctors across the country are bracing now for what they're calling a triple whammy, surging cases of rsv covid-19 and the flu which could devastate the health care system this winter hospitals in the u.s., particularly in southern california are sounding the alarm about the surge they're seeing in new cases. the illness is dangerous for all children but can be life threatening for little ones under 6 months. those born premature and those who have chronic conditions in the heart and the lungs. the earlier we spoke with ucsf infectious disease expert doctor peter chin. hong about how medical experts are treating rsv. right now we don't have great treatment far
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as he is mainly supportive. >> so that the best thing is the recognition people do things like section of the mucus. there is good news on the horizon pfizer and moderna are working on an rsv summit looks very promising. so that i think we'll be ready in 2023. >> doctors in the meantime recommend getting yourself and your kids up to date on covid and flu shot. if your child is sick with difficulty breathing, fatigue or dehydration. you want to bring them in to see a doctor asap. >> california attorney general rob bonta is questioning if the plastic grocery bags we have are actually recyclable at a press conference in san francisco today. bonta demanded the 7 manufacturers of plastic bags in the state prove that their products are, in fact, recyclable, california currently bans single-use plastic bags but plastic bag producers are
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allowed to print recycle bull on the bags if they are recyclable. however, botta says these producers, we're also responsible for ensuring there is processing infrastructure in place to support recycling them. these companies have 2 weeks. >> to produce evidence that their bags are recyclable. they said they are. so let's see the evidence. they need to show that the evidence that their bags are recyclable in california or they may face potential enforcement action by the california department of justice. >> kron 4 reached out to all 7 of those manufactures. one responded, nova leck said in part that it's committed to complying with all state laws and regulations and is proud to operate 3 facilities in california. >> okay. this just in parenting. nobody won tonight's 1.2 billion dollars. powerball jackpot. but somebody in the south bay is about a million dollars richer. one of the 2 tickets
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matching 5 numbers was sold from 7 11 store in milpitas. the other one was sold in ontario, california. the prize is now at one and a half billion dollars. the next drawing. it's on saturday. >> still ahead, breaking down your ballot will take a look at the state proposition that could end the sale of flavored tobacco products. and get cold out there around the bay area. this system kind of winding down. but we've got more storms on the way. >> time those out coming up next.
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>> run for news. is your local election headquarters and a big question. this election should the state banned flavored tobacco products may be heard this before. big tobacco companies push to get prop 31 on the ballot to repeal a 2020 lot. that made the sale of most flavored tobacco illegal as kron four's capitol correspondent eytan wallace reports now a yes vote would uphold the twenty-twenty law banning the sale of most flavored tobacco. a no vote. we'll keep the products on the shelves. >> well, here it is on the ballot drop. 31, it all started because of a lot of
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came out of here in the state legislature a few years ago banning most flavored tobacco products in the state will fast forward to today. and this measure seeks to put the fate of that law. it's in your hands. the that's the message this group spread across california last week as they took part in a multi-city bus tour to rally support for prop 31. >> if passed, the measure would ban most flavored tobacco products in the state. enough is enough. >> no more. >> kids. being persuaded to try to and to get nicotine into the brains. state senator richard pan himself, a medical doctor is urging support for the measure. he and fellow prop 31 supporters say flavored tobacco products have to easily gotten to the hands of children and teenagers. something penn argues with change of voters say yes to 31 flavored tobacco is what makes it. >> attractive to them. right. that masks the harshness of the product itself. the main use of flavorings is too
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basically persuade people to try these products and to continue using them and continue get those hits of nicotine into their brain. that is what we want to the history behind prop 31 stems back to 2021. governor newsom signed a bill from the legislature banning the sale of some flavored tobacco products in california, lncluding mango flavored and cotton candy flavored products. the legislation also outlawed menthol cigarettes sold in vending machines and stores. >> but several tobacco companies took issue with the law and gathered enough signatures to get prop 31 on the ballot for voters to decide this election. opponents of the measure note the state already has laws prohibiting minors from using tobacco arguing prop 31 will only lead to users resorting to underground an unregulated market selling the product illegally. the san diego union tribune editorial board urging a no vote making the case users will cross the u.s. mexico border into tijuana to get around the ban. still prop
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31 supporters, including the american heart association, say the measure would be a game changer for california. tobacco is the leading risk factor for heart disease and stroke. >> yeah, as well as many other chronic conditions. so making sure that we prevent the next generation from ever picking up the tobacco product is extremely important. and important to note here who co would be exempted from the ban. the measure needs more than 50% approval to pass. reporting here outside the california state capitol wallace. >> kron 4 news. >> say it ain't no, no. in the city of brotherly love. the astro's nail game 4 of the world series tonight. we have your highlights coming up in sports with jason dumas.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> there was a pivotal game 4 in philadelphia tonight with the wind. the phillies will put the astros in a really tough spot, a loss and we've got ourselves a 2, 2 series and the fans in philly. they're all charged up. probably all laker it up to they were really sober when they went home for the christian javier, the 25 year-old was spectacular. he struck out the side here is in the 4th. javier went 6 innings and he didn't give up a hit while striking out 9 phillies. the phillies have 5 home runs
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the night before and astros. they broke it open in the with a run in the bases loaded alex bregman rixon 0, 2 pitch to right. that leads to astros have a 3. nothing lead. >> now it's 14, nothing. you league aria games, one out lacing an rbi single to left. it's 5 to nothing stros. they're stressed out of philly last out and astros finished their combined no-hitter. talking about that ever happens in a world series game. the last one was in 1956. but hey, they don't want a world series. it don't matter. so lace them up tomorrow. back in south philly. the warriors and 3 on their road trip last night with a loss in miami. they're now 3, 5, on the season. and 4. >> on the road. so they've got several issues they're dealing with. and we broke down a bunch of them last night. but
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the law also isn't the only thing the warriors were talking about after last night game. they're also caught off guard. by the way, they were being ref. the ref called for discontinued dribbles violations last night. what many of us know as a kerry and 3 of them were called on jordan poole, apparently there was a memo sent out by the lead to all 30 teams in the nba on tuesday morning. and steve kerr, well, he never saw that e-mail after the game. he was thinking his team deserved a little bit more of a heads up. >> i guess there was an e-mail that went out today said didn't check my email you know, ed, we've got a game today. i'm not looking at emails. i was because basically the holy does that they've been doing it ever since. allen convinced. the referee said it wasn't a carry. it is a carry. what jordan does but league's been
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doing it i guess i got to start checking my email on came to us. >> over in santa clara, the men's basketball team is looking to build on one of its best seasons in recent memory. santa clara finish. 21 in 12 last season and they were among one of the last teams out of the field of 68 this year. they want to hear their name called on selection sunday. >> but the broncos will have to replace a lot of fire power. they lost jalen williams. >> who was picked 12 overall in the nba draft by the thunder and one of the best point guards in the conference in pj pipes. but head coach herb sendek will leave the guys who returned are ready to push this program forward. >> you do it with the guys returning. we're only improving, getting ready to step into different roles. in many cases. >> and you do it with an influx of newcomers. you do it. he do it holistically. you know, it's not one player is
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replacing. this guy had another one players. you placing it's entirely different team. >> all right. that's your look at sports over the lawrence for weather. alright, getting cold out there. jason tonight. where is he? some chilly temperatures around the bay area. we've got some more storms that are lining up outside and looks like we've got another chance of rain as early as this weekend. today, those showers kind of winding down was a beautiful day outside. you have the cool brisk conditions out. there are occasional thunderstorm rumbling on by now. things are quieting down around the bay area. get ready for a cold night ahead. in fact, these temperatures already dropping off. you're looking at 48 degrees in fremont right now. 48 also in dublin. 49 in livermore how about that? 43 now in petaluma and 42 in get the cold in a hurry. now as those winds begin to subside, that dry air is in place and the temperatures start to fall off all that air originate in the gulf of alaska dropping into the bay area. now bringing in unsettled weather out there today. and even some
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thunderstorms, sierra nevada still picking up some snow right now and they're still chain up on both 80 50, be prepared to head up in that direction tomorrow. much better day. and these your drive if you're going that direction. all right. the winds yet they've been blown just a bit. we still seeing some 20 mile an hour gusts along the coastline, but just and this past hour, they've just started to weaken somewhat. and i think that will be the trend overnight tonight is less wind and that means the temperatures are going to really start dropping off here with that dry air in place. and there's that trough moving on by today. tomorrow they're going to see some dry conditions. it will be cool to mild around the bay area. but we've got more storms on the rise. in fact, we get to or for the next couple days, doesn't look too bad, but that ridge starts to flatten out somewhat. that's going to try to build in. and then all of a sudden really flattens out by saturday afternoon, we're talking about a chance. some rain moving in. then another trough roles in the bay area to keep things going with showers on sunday, possibly on monday and tuesday, maybe even wednesday of next week. then
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this guy comes wandering off the coastline as we head get ready for the following weekend. see how that's all going to work out. but still looks pretty impressive. overnight lows tonight going to be the 30's and the 40's highs tomorrow. going to be a little bit warmer in the afternoon plan about 62 degrees in livermore. 62 sunny and brian in san jose more of those beautiful days outside. nice clear skies have had the rain to clear out all the blood from the atmosphere going to be beautiful in a little bit warmer, too cold start to the lot of frost showing up in the north bay valleys, maybe in the east bay, too. we get more clouds on the way as early as friday. this next weekend, a chance of showers. but hey, this is a great weekend. don't forget, we fall back. we move those clocks back an hour an extra hour's sleep sleeping in spring forward part. plus. but yeah, in the next hour, that's going to stick a fork in fire season. i know trying to get if we get the forms. that be super? yeah. thanks. several of what scientists call planet
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killer. actually, it's just discovered near earth's orbit and why it took scientists so long to notice. >> the threat looming in our backyard.
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chocolate. vanilla. strawberry. but this isn't ice cream. this is big tobacco. and their candy flavors are served with a strong dose of nicotine. because big tobacco knows four out of five kids who use tobacco started with a flavored product. and once they're hooked, they can be addicted for life. it's time to put the brakes on big tobacco's candy-flavored trick and protect california kids. vote yes on proposition 31. because you won't be able to see them. >> anyway, but some potentially planet busting objects are lurking within the orbits of earth and venus kind of scary. >> scientists have discovered 3 asteroids nearby that to pose a threat of catastrophic
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extinction. they're incredibly hard to see, though, because they're shielded by glare from the sun. one of these killer asteroids almost a mile wide is the largest object that poses a direct threat to earth that has been discovered in the past 8 years. any impact with earth? what caused the mass extinction the plan it hasn't had in millions of years. luckily the chances of that happening still very low. as they say in that movie, don't look up. because, well, that's about it it could be that. yeah. fortunately we can of course now yeah, we can't yes. so there's that wraps up kron. 4 news at 9. but kron 4 news at 10 is coming up. thanks for being with us. pam and catherine are here now with a look at what's coming up on kron. 4 news at 10. hello, we are. yes, we are coming up at 10 grant and vicki, thank you. >> a lot is happening. small businesses, oakland speaking out tonight about burglaries
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in the difficulties of operating in open. we will take a look at the costly repairs. those business owners are stuffed with hay and the other challenges they face. also a huge pot bust in the north bay fairfield. police say they found 250 pounds of illegal marijuana at a house not far from a great school. why police are crediting neighbors for the bust. >> keep it here. kron. 4 news at 10 coming up next.
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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news. >> now at 10 and neighbors complaining about a strong odor in fairfield police to a house. what investigators found in time. >> also, the vicious beating caught on video outside a 7.11. we'll talk to neighbors concerned about their safety. but first. i just hope that. >> there's a solution to the prospect out it's a big, big problem. >> small businesses in oakland become the latest victims of burglary. talked to one owner who says crime is making it much more difficult to run a business there. thank you for joining us tonight at 10. i'm pam moore and i'm catherine heenan. those break-ins happened early this morning along


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