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yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 7. >> good morning and happy friday to you. i'm darya and i'm james and it is a dry friday. we can say that much about it. say the same for the weekend ahead. yeah. they won't say that for long. we'll find out about the rain that's coming down it is a dry day today. but tomorrow. yeah, not so dry anymore. we are going to work our way right back into that weather pattern. so got to take full advantage of a dry day like today. not just no rainfall for your friday, but also some of her most mild. the temperatures, too. so a good day to be getting outside. conveniently it is friday looking out there at the golden gate bridge skies are clear enough. we'll see
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some sunshine in short order and that will help us out. temperature wise because it is kind of chilly morgan hill down in the upper 30's. same for you in santa rosa. napa fairfield, fairfax and saint san francisco, the only spot at barely holding on to 50. you did fall into the upper 40's this morning, though, in the city, concord at 45 degrees right now. looking ahead, we do have our next round of rainfall dropping into the bay tomorrow. there it is. tomorrow afternoon. that's just the start. because sunday, monday, tuesday keeps ago and i've got all the details on what to expect. still to come rain. all right, john, thanks for that. certainly going to get outside today because it's going right eventually. >> 60 minutes mace to that fremont street exit as you're traveling. thankfully, no inclement weather mess up your morning commute. 14 80 to 101 traveling across towards the peninsula. the richmond sandra fell bridge at about a 12 minute ride. tulsa, 101. there. and let's check on the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls about 20 minutes darya. james, back to you. 71 right
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now. and today a judge is expected to set the date for a preliminary hearing for the man accused of attacking paul pelosi. david dip at remains in jail, still facing several state and federal charges. we have. >> kron four's will tran standing by the city with the very latest on what we'll expect today. good morning. well, >> this will happen in 2 hours. i'm out james and darya. we expect the defense team as well as prosecutors. they will be in court and they will go before a judge. not exactly sure of david dip app. we'll be in court himself. but we do know that he is being held without bail. he pled not guilty to attempted murder, assault, elderly abuse a couple of days ago he faces problems on many fronts. the state, the federal as well as ice today, it will be the state's term. they will go before a judge and discussed dates. as you mentioned on when the wheels of justice will continue to roll a preliminary hearing will allow
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a judge to decide whether or not there is enough evidence to move forward with a trial. now, exactly. one week ago, the 42 year-old man, according to authorities, went into the pelosi is home in san francisco at around 2 o'clock in the morning. and they say that he was looking for the speaker of the house, nancy pelosi reportedly saying where's nancy? she was not home. she was in fact, in san me in washington, d.c., but her husband, 82 year-old paul pelosi was home and asleep at the time he confronted david dip happened according to authorities. that's when the path hit him over the head with a hammer. pelosi was rushed to the hospital as far as david to pass, he faces federal charges of attempted kidnapping of a federal official and retaliate ing against an immediate family member, a federal official. so that will be on the federal front. this is the state's front and i mention ice. and
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when this is all over, james and ari and whatever, if he is found guilty, however, time he'll spend behind bars. he also faces deportation because according to authorities, he has been in the united states since 2008 as a canadian citizen. and he overstayed his visit. he was only supposed to be here for 6 months. and now we're talking 14 years. >> back a long time. thank you. we'll all right. meantime, paul pelosi returned to his home yesterday after being in the hospital for about a week since he was attacked. he had surgery for a skull fracture at san francisco general. and in a statement, speaker nancy pelosi said her husband remains under doctor's care as he continues to progress on a long recovery process. >> court experts say it is highly likely that the paps attorney will be requesting a psychological examination of his client. crawford's theresa stasi explains what that could mean for to pat. >> if someone knows that their their intended target was not there. so one of the rational
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mind would leave the premises so they don't get caught is just completely in a delusional way focused on the mission. doctor, julie armstrong is a clinical and forensic psychologist who has performed thousands of evaluations of incarcerated individuals to determine if they are mentally competent to stand trial. the idea is were they able to part able to understand what was happening at the time of the offense? are they having symptoms that interfere with their reality testing? there could be a voices. she is not in the pool of psychologists that could be tapped to examine to pap but says all evaluations follow similar legal guidelines really entitled the right to participate in your defense. but if you're in real, of course, that can't happen. we don't want to prosecute people who are so mentally ill that they don't know what's going on. steve wagstaffe is san mateo county's district attorney. his office is
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currently handling. >> a case against jose solano landeta accused of beheading his former girlfriend. he is currently undergoing a psychological evaluation if deemed unfit to stand trial. wagstaff says that the suspect will be sent to a state hospital. one here in the bay area is almost always to napa state hospital. what happens there is the clinicians and psychiatry stuff. there are going to work with that person. they're going to get them on a regimen of medication to help them with their mental illness. >> they have a complete and full courtroom up and napa state hospital where they have people play the role so that a person learns exactly how the court system operates. da wagstaff pointed to this case where molly could do suu kyi. >> was convicted for murdering 2 people. he stood trial after going through the program at napa state hospital. he went to jury trial. >> because he was confident he was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole for that
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double murder. so yes, it is. and that they disappear. if they get away with it, they get held accountable if they're confident to pap made his first court appearance in san francisco on tuesday and entered a not guilty plea to all state charges against him. >> he is expected to be back in court on friday. terry says stasio kron 4 news. >> and now let's talk a little bit more about is immigration status as will was also explaining the department of homeland security explains that the pap is in the u.s. illegally and could be deported as will said, he's canadian and entered the u.s. back in 2008 along the california mexico border as a visitor canadian visitors who come into the u.s. for business or pleasure, generally get to stay for 6 months. he has been here for 14 years ice issued an immigration detainer against him. it should not affect the criminal case.
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>> well, happening right now police are asking for your help in finding this teenage girl. this is 16 year-old eva medina. police say she was last seen near hillcrest avenue in borden ranch lane. that's in antioch. last seen wearing a gray or white sweatshirt. gray leggings was carrying a blue backpack. she's described as standing 5 feet tall. weighs about 110 pounds. and you can see the pictures. he's got brown hair and green eyes. you have any information on where she is. let police know. >> in just a few hours, thousands of twitter employees are going to find out if they've still got a job or yeah, and email is expected to go out at 9 o'clock this morning. notifying them if though be staying or if twitter's letting them go. kron 4. sarah stinson live in san francisco with the very latest now on the domino effect of their new owner, elon musk, sarah. >> james darya twitter employees. they saw this coming. they've been bracing for layoffs. as you said, the emails were supposed to come out this morning at 9 o'clock.
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but people are reporting on twitter that they've already been told if they are going to make the cut or not. it's a heartbreaking hashtag. it's called love where you worked past tense and many are posting about the fact that they've been laid off by twitter and a lot of them saying they absolutely loved working. they are. and they're very sad to hear that they've been laid off some reporting. they were not laid off. take a look at the e-mail that was sent out yesterday by elon musk and it was informing the employees of this layoff. musk said this action is necessary to ensure the company's success moving forward. the e-mail said if your employment is not impacted, you'll receive a notification. your twitter e-mail if your employment is impacted, you'll receive a notification with steps via your personal email. and already a class action lawsuit has been filed by twitter employees saying musk violated the warn act. this requires companies to give
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employees at least 60 days notice of a massive layoff. this gives the employee some time to find a new job. twitter employees said they did not get more than a day's notice formally employers who violate the warn act could have to pay a penalty of $500 for each day of this violation. and employees may receive some back pay as well. now there were about 7500 twitter employees. one must first acquired the company. but i mean, as we saw on day one, you start getting rid of people, including firing the 3 top executives and ceo and people have resigned since then. and now we're seeing this massive layoff and we're talking about we're going from 7500 employees down to potentially 3,000 employees. so thousands of people in san francisco getting this news either last night or this morning. >> they no longer have a job. and the headquarters in san francisco all shut down. no one's going into twitter
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offices and have to stay home and wait to learn the news. i'm sarah stinson reporting live in san francisco. back to you. ok, thank's allow are on the watch. will see what happens. >> well, 7.10, twitter are not alone in laying off workers. we've got rideshare company, lyft announcing it's going to be laying off 13% of its staff. executives say they tried everything over the summer to cut costs, too. freeze, hiring, cut spending any way they could. but in the end, they did send out a memo to employees saying that they are going to have to let some of their staffers go. now, there are more people losing jobs as well from tech companies here in the bay area. we saw earlier this week, digital bank chime announced it was laying off 12% of its workforce. it's about 160 employees real. a real estate tech firm open door also announced laying off 500 workers. that's about 18% of its staff. and then online retailer, amazon announced that it would be pausing its corporate hiring for the next a few months. >> time now is 7.11. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. >> a doctor is back in the bay area after helping in ukraine
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will tell us what it was like treating patients there. and president biden and former president trump are campaigning trying to get votes and voters to come out in the midterm elections. now, just 4 days away. what makes the train so magical? it's not just the enchanting call of the whistle or the adventurous spirit in every bend of the track. it's about where it goes. to places. and faces. and the warmest of memories. the magic of the train is more than how it takes us away. it's how it brings us together. ♪
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>> 7.14, right now and we're checking out the weather will wow. it looks so lit up today. doesn't like it's lit up for the is from the site. it's not just sfo. the flood lights on
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very and we've got temperatures that are. >> actually surprisingly, a little warmer this morning than they were yesterday. yeah, although he said it felt pretty cold. it did feel cold. very clear to maybe that's what is so clear that's why we're going to surprised by crystal clear, calm just nice and chilly this morning. not as cold as yesterday. little glimmer of sunlight. you can see it there on downtown san jose starting to light up some of those get last. the surfaces on some of the high rises there. >> just the first light of day on what's about to be our clearest driest day of this forecast dry from the sierra to the bay area. no chance of rain. no chance of snow today. want to get out there and enjoy especially since it is friday. hopefully have that better chance of venturing out there. it's most mild day to our north. another cold front, another dip in the jet stream about to be bringing a very active pattern our way. so you have got to capitalize on a dry day like this when the rest of the forecast is looking so wet and so much cooler to today brings a few
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clouds here and there. but overall, no chance of rain tomorrow. showers drifting to the north bay. first in the early afternoon, late afternoon for the rest of us intensity picking up towards saturday night. also, don't forget to adjust those clocks back an hour saturday night. as for sunday on and off rain initially. but rain really picks up into the evening sunday night leading into monday and tuesday with our coldest weather in our wettest conditions and for the sierra. that means winter storm watches soon-to-be warnings taking effect late sunday into tuesday. multiple feet of snowfall. the crest of the sierra over multiple days. this is going to be a big one for us and stacking on top of the already over foot of snowfall. that much of the sierra saw so excellent to see this building. some early snow pack 50's at the coast while looking at solid 60's elsewhere. this is the only day i'm going to be talking temperatures. this warm said if you like that more mild feel definitely get out there saying carlos at 67, san jose at 65 east bay temps, low mid to even upper 60's tied for
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warmest spots include danville, walnut creek and concord. while vallejo and napa at 65 also at 68, sander fell and nevado tied for that warm us number. now. tomorrow's highs still mild but cooling down a little bit cooling down further into sunday. that's when we'll be back into the 50's showers later in the day on saturday. move those clocks back an hour saturday night sunday, rainfall mostly later in the day. monday and tuesday are most persistent rain before a chance of showers lingering into wednesday. all right, john, i'm looking for to get just a little extra rest. hey, we've got an accident up in fairfield. >> southbound 6 ad at 80 east. all lanes are blocked there. hopefully that's temporary. so as you're traveling down through fairfield, you're going to encounter that. let's get a look at what's going on as you're traveling into the city. 15 minutes. meteor lights have been off for the past 2 and a half hours. the san mateo bridge just starting to pick up there. 17 minutes, a 80 to one to one richmond, sandra fell bridge. no major delays along there or the
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golden gate traveling along 101 up there for 85 to menlo park. 34 minutes on 2 88 82 lee's with a pretty nice drive as well. 80 slight delay there. 30 minutes. san leandro down in milpitas and along 5, 18, 80 this morning, crockett down towards the maze. it's going to take you 20 minutes. darya. james, back to you. >> 7.18, the time for your money this morning. first time us homebuyers are the oldest on record and the least diverse since 1997. and wall street ending the week with the big jobs report. we've got jane king live, the nasdaq to tell us what that report found morning jane, the high james, good morning. so job growth last month, stronger than expected. 261,000 jobs added the unemployment rate did take a little bit higher to 3.7%. the markets like this number, moment will both first-time l- and repeat us homebuyers are now the oldest on record. >> and the proportion of home purchases by black, asian and pacific island. americans is
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the lowest since 1997. typical first time buyer was 36 this year. that's 3 years older than last year. according the national association of realtors. and for repeat home purchasers that age went up to 59. well, 2 in 5 americans miss the chaos of in-person black friday shopping. the survey commissioned by user testing in one poll found shopping in actual stores is invoke again. jen see light black friday in-store shopping more than millennials and 63% consider in-store black friday shopping to be a tradition. well, a new lifesaving feature will soon be available to iphone and android users. google is using artificial intelligence to expand its technology that alerts people about life-threatening floods and wildfires. the information on the map is in high resolution. it can show exactly where and when the floods are expected as wills, how deep the water is predicted to be live from the nasdaq market site. i'm jane king party james. all right. thank you very much, jane. all right, 7.19, and since russia
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invaded ukraine, millions of ukrainians. >> have been displaced. >> and while they fled, there are still those who traveled to ukraine to offer help. and that includes a san francisco based organization of doctors. outreach is called kron four's. rob nesbitt has the details. >> doctor eduardo dolan went on his first medical trip to ukraine a month after russia's invasion. he just returned on saturday from his second time there and is already planning a 3rd from deadly airstrikes to massive power blackouts. life in ukraine has been difficult in other parts of the world. the blue and yellow flag of the country hangs in solidarity, including a doctor. eduardo dolan, san francisco office 23rd war. >> that ukraine has had with russia. i with the publication to to do something. >> the disaster medicine specialist who was half ukrainian has traveled all over the world to help after earthquakes, hurricanes and typhoons. just a few weeks after the russian invasion, he decided to travel to lviv
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ukraine to experience his first war bringing medical supplies with him and offering his expertise at a veterans hospital. folks with amputations. paralyzed patients were bullets or shrapnel had. >> had severed the spinal cord and and so lot of one rehab, each patient with a story to share and influencing doctor dolan to return to ukraine for a second time in october. >> during both trips he experience days when sirens went off to warn about the possibility of a military air strike. it's very not knowing when a bomb. >> can land on you. that's scary, scary. but the doctor says you'd be surprised to see the level of resistance shared by ukrainians partly because of the evening video messages scene each night. but ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky, but also because of the people's love of their country, not willing to give it up her. no person willing. >> to compromise and negotiate with russia. we want all of their territory back and we're
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willing to fight till the end. >> doctor dolan says he plans on making another trip to ukraine as soon as he's able for his next trip. he wants to bring satellites with him to donate to the ukrainian military to help with faster communication reporting in the newsroom. i'm rob nesbitt. kron. 4 news. all right. thank you, rob. 7.22. is the time coming up next on the kron, 4 morning news. a man accused of sexually assaulting a teen. >> why police believe there may be other victims out there. we'll have the full there. we'll have the full story. this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31.
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this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31.
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san jose man now behind bars accused of sexually assaulting a 16 year-old girl more than a decade ago. police say at the time of the alleged incident letter chang who you see here was working as a physical therapist and the victim was getting physical therapy for a medical condition. the woman only recently came forward, but chang is now facing 3 counts of assault of a minor. and police say they're concerned that there could be other victims because of the nature of his job. >> he worked for several years as a county employee for california. children services. he did have a lot of contact with children and minors. so if there are other survivors or victims out there, please get a hold of us. >> well, police are reminding the public that there is no statute of limitations when it comes to the assault of a minor. so anyone should report
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an incident regardless of when it happened. your case will be looked at. >> 7.25. right now in on the peninsula. investigators say that car that was found buried in the backyard of an atherton mansion was possibly buried for insurance fraud. lance caters skaters found the car last month when they're doing some work for the new homeowners who just bought the place couple years ago. authorities eventually confirmed that there were remains human remains. e even though the cadaver dog smelled something but they couldn't find anything. the car was buried. police say in the 90's for 5 feet underground and there was dirt and concrete on the de on the car inside as well as a convertible. it had been reported stolen to the palo alto police department and to an insurance company and the registered owner was john liu who and actually owned the property up until fairly recently. he has since
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died, but he has a checkered past convicted of many a variety of crimes throughout his life, including attempted murder. and there was a an insurance fraud case with a boat that he wanted to sing can get insurance money for. time. now 7.26. and coming up next on the kron 4 morning news. >> we're hearing from one of 3 people who was attacked at a 7.11 in visitation valley. and that was before one of them died. we'll be right back.
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>> 7.29 and is shaping up to be a beautiful morning. it is as we take a look outside the sun is up. things are getting brighter. we're seeing some nice colors out there, too. well, we're not because we're not out of the building, but a lot of commercial break is long enough for john to take a peek. got some really gorgeous sunrise. gorgeous guy really close yeah, it is. you go outside do hit on his jacket before you we are looking out there and a little bit of a grey perspective there, but don't be fooled by at the sunrise. when you look to the west is better. golden gate bridge looks absolutely gorgeous. we just don't have a lot of fog. a little bit of cloud cover setting up above us. >> current temps double in morgan hill in the upper 30's. san francisco are only spot right at 50 degrees right now. then there's napa fairfield santa rosa in saint in the upper 30's. definitely want to bundle up for other than that, though. this is a smooth friday today. we'll save the
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rain for tomorrow. you can see a drop in here in our extended futurecast. late in the day sunday. and it stays around monday into tuesday. i've got the full breakdown for you. a little bit of a closer look. still to come as far as what it feels like out there right now. right. and i just outside picture. yes, and regaining a he's really not hold outside for sure. sarah stinson actually took a really nice little photo for me. i'm going post that. >> on internet. hey, if you're traveling this morning, remember no rain in the forecast right now. so we're not seeing those slick conditions like we did a few days ago. so get things done today. 18 minutes into the city may so that fremont street exit. well, the san mateo bridge, 26 80 to 1, one heading across towards the peninsula. so you certainly are slowing down here. a richmond center fell commute about 14 minutes tolls to 101. let's get a look at the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls about 24 minutes. darya. james, back to you.
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>> thank you very much, rain. all right. with just 4 days left until the election, they are officials now gearing up for election day we want to go to contra costa county to see the very latest with camilla bernal. >> the barco i want be a lark. oh, sorry. haha. i can feel it. >> good morning. you guys. so yeah, we're less than a week away from election day like james said exactly 4 days away. people they can still vote in person at their local pring 6 precincts or sent in their ballot through the mail. as far as the election officials go? well, they have a lot of work to do today. we're going to get an inside look here in contra costa county as to how election to how the elections will run and operate here at the elections office on election day. here and across the bay area. they're going to have to sort through thousands of ballots next week. almost 700,000 people are registered to vote in contra costa county alone come tuesday night. they're going to be busy counting
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every ballot. and this morning there, early voting site here is going to open at 8 o'clock and am they will be setting up all the materials they need in order to sort and count ballots on tuesday as quickly as possible. for the most part, voters should have gotten a ballot in the mail. and in the envelope you'll find several ballot measures to vote on as well as local, state and federal candidates. now and a lot of eyes on this election season. not just because of the people who are running, but because people have been specht skeptical about the security of mail-in ballots and voter integrity across the country. so darya james here in contra costa county. in the next hour. we will be going inside the election offices to get an idea as to how operations will run on election day. of course, is going to be a very busy day for these officials and will have more in the next hour. but for now, back to you. >> all right. thank you very much for nearly 33 million voters have already cast their ballots. democrats and republicans are putting things
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into high gear to try to motivate more people to go to the polls. washington, d.c., correspondent reshad hudson has the latest. good morning. just to show how much these races are tightening. president biden, former president trump are both campaigning in what's traditionally safe political areas for their candidates. >> we're just getting started. president biden spent thursday evening campaigning in san diego for congressman mike levin, who is in a tough re-election battle. it's not a referendum. >> this is choice. >> the choice between 2 fundamentally different versions of america. >> the president warted voters about what he believes is at stake in this election. and i think gain control of congress. >> plan across also on the campaign trail with former president trump stumping in iowa, a state that is typically considered safe for republicans. we want america to come first.
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>> the former president was there to campaign for senator chuck grassley where he criticized the policies of democrats with your vote. >> you can reject left, waiting tyranny and proudly declared that america will always remain a free country. >> and this weekend, president biden, former presidents, trump and obama will be in the battleground state of pennsylvania trying to get their candidates elected reporting in washington, reshad hudson, back to you. thank you. reshad 7.35. on the clock and new this morning. former president donald trump is signaling that he could declare. >> 2024 white house bid soon after the midterm elections that some of the sentiment coming from his camp. he teased a reelection campaign during a rally thursday night in iowa. the first caucus state in the gop primary. axios actually reported that trump and his team are eyeing november 14th as a possible day to launch his campaign. former president has teased a possible 2024 bid for much of
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the time since he left office back in january of 21. and we told you how an elderly man was beaten to death outside of a san francisco 7.11 will. now we're hearing from 7.11 worker who was also attacked. he doesn't want us to say his last name. he's referred to simply as bob from daly city and he did show us some of the wounds that he sustained on his face. he had just started his shift there you see it there on tuesday morning at a 7.11 in the visitation valley neighborhood. when a man drag another man into the store, the attacker let him go in and started hitting bob in the face. bob son believes the attacker was mentally ill and says that there needs to be more done to help people like that before they hurt others. feel like that's what this person is going through. >> on top of it. >> drug obese. it just seems like this is a combination of both. and that circumstances where people at the wrong place there on time. >> well, police got to the scene fast enough to catch the attacker running away. he's
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since been arrested. >> time now 7.36, in the south bay, former santa clara county sheriff laurie smith was found guilty on all 6 counts of corruption and willful misconduct of those charges came from allegations that she traded concealed weapons permits in exchange for donations to her reelection campaign. >> she was also accused of lying on campaign finance forms and mismanaging the jails under her control. now, the guilty verdict means that smith is banned from seeking public office ever again. she would have been removed from office is part of his punishment, but she abruptly retired earlier this week, smith announced back in march that she wouldn't be running for reelection when her term ends in january. she has not publicly responded yet to this guilty verdict. >> its 7.37, and still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news for the 3rd election in a row. a proposition is trying to change how the dialysis dialysis industry operates in california. we're going to take a look at what would happen if this passes.
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>> and the warriors are in a funk on the road. we're going to take a 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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>> it's 7.40, right now. and one to warriors has still winless on the road after case in the magic wasn't for lack of trying staff had a whopping 39 points and clay had 27. yeah. golden state led by as many as 16 points going into the half. but they dropped the ball on defense because in the final 24 minutes, they let the
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magic the magic score 77 points and that's how you lose one. 32 1.29. to the worst team. >> in the east, worst part of the collapsed. the bank champs know better. and draymond green was asked if the younger players deserve some of the blame too. >> yes, they have some things to learn. and i have no doubt that they will learn those things. but equally we have responsibilities that we have to live up to. and we're not doing that either. so as much as it is their fault and not know rotations, all that stuff, i must not be doing a great job leading. you know, i must now be doing a great job defensively of our defense and vice versa. and it's on down the line. so. as a matter of fact, i am not taken far away from them. they have to get better. that's what we require as an organization in the wind and we have to get better and live up to who we are supposed to be. >> which is champions. yeah. but in some defeated, he sounded kind of committed bart to so now the 3, 6, overall and 5 on the road are, but we
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get with the season is only 10 games will to this, tony, lot of basketball left to play. the warriors are going to be in new orleans next. they'll take on the pelicans. that's actually tonight with tip off at 5.30, let's >> hope they can break this losing streak on the road. going to be right back. what makes the train so magical? it's not just the enchanting call of the whistle or the adventurous spirit in every bend of the track. it's about where it goes. to places. and faces. and the warmest of memories. the magic of the train is more than how it takes us away. it's how it brings us together. ♪
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it's how it brings us together. can see. all right. well, 7.44
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is the time in an ominous blood moon lunar eclipse is going to be hanging in the sky next tuesday. hope we can say it this well because colin so we should call something that takes on that. that reddish color, ok, reddish move would be fine. it's gonna happen next tuesday. the weather is going to be the deciding factor. whether we can see it or not. because i know we've got stormy weather come next week. so and it only happens every like there's another one and maybe 3 years or i don't know. yeah. >> but will say, oh, gorgeous. to chat about this. what do you want to blood moon argue with some rain. that's the choice. i'll take the rain the rain will take that will take time. but that will be cool for other people to watch their video. you know, it's also cool. we never see the sun rise and you've got sneak out during the commercial. you get to see this this mornings live. this is right now. yeah, mount tam right here. this is your camera. you put up there yourself, tara. had really do whoever did. thank it's absolutely gorgeous out. yeah. so we're looking out towards
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towards that towards the east bay, the bay. so this is from the north bay getting our bearings here. >> yeah, that's definitely out towards the east bay. and i think that's actually either the sierra way out there in the distance or at least the coastal range some cloud cover looks like on top, but it looks warmer than it it sure does look it will get to the warmest of the week later on today. but this morning, yeah, it's cold. if you're going out there to enjoy this view, just make sure to bundle up as you do. so little less brilliant. looking in san jose where it's just a little bit of cloud cover. you can see the sun rise in the reflection off that building right there, though, we stay dry from the sierra to the bay area today. no chance of rainfall today smiled and are consistently most dry day too. tomorrow we will start the day dry, but then some showers begin to work in on into the late part of the day on saturday. it all starts in the north bay around one to 02:00pm. you can see today dry skies than tomorrow gets here starts dry. middle
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of the day. start to see that rainfall picking up in the north bay. initially mid to late afternoon for the rest of us picking up even more so into the evening saturday night, just the clocks back an hour or falling back. that gives you an extra hour's sleep sunday morning. enjoy it. but know that sunday later in the day comes on with even more rainfall and starts a trend of rain through monday and tuesday. that's also coming along with snowfall during that same time in the sierra winter storm watches from sunday through tuesday in the sierra already got over a foot of snowfall up there earlier this week. let's just add on top of it, maybe double even triple what we've already seen. that is going to be so so good to see in the sierra this early in the season building that much snow pack. this is great 50's and 60's for san francisco and the coastline. as for bayshore cities, it's really the only day i'll be talking temperatures this warm burlingame, 66 woodside at 68. one of our warmer spots while san jose at 65 a couple other spots tied for the warmest include danville, walnut creek and concord. up to 68 degrees
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right behind you in pittsburgh, in benicia at 67. well, santa rosa through center fell also in the upper 60's. here's a look ahead. temps tomorrow, a little cooler than today. showers increasing later in the day. don't forget, as i mentioned, setting those clocks back before you go to bed saturday night sunday night into monday tuesday, our rainiest time of your forecast. a few showers, possibly lingering wednesday and after a break on thursday of next week, looks like we could see even more into the following weekend rain. john, thanks so that if you are traveling along southbound 6, 80, 80 west here in fairfield. >> we got an accident. last time we checked in all lanes are blocked. they've got some lanes open now. so at least one of those lanes still blocked. and so you are going to see delays as you're traveling along 6, 80, 80 this morning heading into the city. look at that 15 minutes maze to that fremont street exit. the richmond center fell bridge about a 15 minute ride tolls to want to one there. thankfully, drier conditions today. so that's not messing with your morning drive. 42
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minutes. 85 up towards menlo park. if you're also happen on 82, not seen any major issues. san leandro down in milpitas about 38 minutes traveling along crockett down towards the maze about 23 minutes darya. james, back to you. 7, 48 4 days to go now to elections. so i better stop wearing blue and red. it's. >> you're going to decide 7 different statewide ballot measures a proposition. 29 is going to be one of them in each day. we're trying to break down what it is it going to be voting on. so kron four's. catherine heenan has a peak at this one. >> this next measure might sound familiar for a 3rd time. voters are being asked to weigh in on regulations for dialysis providers. the latest effort is proposition 29. it requires special on-site supervision during treatment that outpatient dialysis clinics, that supervision could come from a physician nurse practitioner or physician assistant with 6 months of experience. the
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proposition is also aiming to increase the transparency of the clinics by requiring reports to california's department of public health clinics would have to provide updates on treatment-related infections clinic ownership and whether there are future plans to reduce or and services and those not complying would face fines up to $100,000. prop 29 would also prohibit clinics from refusing care based on who pays for the treatment, whether it's the patient health insurers, medi-cal or medicare. overall, the measure is similar to one that was rejected by more than 60% of the voters in 2020. so what's different this time around proposition 29 expands the options for the type of onsite supervision during treatments. also new there is a requirement to report ownership interests. so what happens if prop 29 passes
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costs for dialysis clinics will go up by several $100,000 a year. that's because they be required to pay for a physician or nurse practitioner or physician assistant to be on site during all treatments. california's legislative analyst office has outlined 3 ways which clinic owners could respond to higher costs. the clinics could negotiate increased rates with patients or those paying for treatments. they could continue current operations, but with lower profits or it could lead to some clinics being closed. the legislative analyst's office does acknowledge some clinics might not be willing or able to handle those options. prop 29 could also increase the costs for some state and local governments. the clinic owners and operators negotiating higher prices with patients could end up forcing the state to pay more through medical and some patients might have to look for treatment at more
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expensive clinics if their original clinics have to shut down. prop 29 is supported by the service employees international union and united healthcare workers west. it is opposed by dozens of organizations, including the california dialysis council, the california medical association and the 2 companies which own or operate nearly 75% of the state's dialysis clinics. so yes, vote for prop 29 would mean that you support requiring clinics to pay for a licensed professional to supervise treatment. also more transparency clinics, ownership and operation. a no vote would mean that the clinics would continue operating as they do. now. >> that was catherine heenan with just one proposition. she's going to go for all 7 propositions on the ballot during her special. so you want to check this out. it's sunday at 9.30. we'll be right
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sunday at 9.30. we'll be right back. this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31.
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yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. >> 7.55 the time and check this out. we're getting a sneak peek of the cool new disney attraction. walt disney imagineers posting these images showing construction of what they're calling arundel
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castle, which is going to be part of the world of a frozen at hong kong. disneyland all froze and gets its own placed on by the if you haven't checked out the buses in san francisco frozen is going to be a coming. the musical. >> it was a hot. sure. if you will, this land if your instant check it out was expected to open up next year in hong so i'm gonna go see frozen for sure. i love. >> i i love winter i love big reason. they're they've got the biggest one of the way bigger than what you can fit your house. this thing is just arrived. these totals 60's to the i mean, 60 feet. also 6s stories tall, 6 stories, 6 and and they're going put ordinance on there. i think this and 10,000 ornaments on there and lights and everything and of course, it's too early to lighted. apparently i've committed a foe pa because i have great flight. i put like the way to left effects. they're not
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christmas lights. the bay bridge is lit up 7.56. right and coming over the next hour, twitter is going to find their workers within the next hour already in some. all right. well, we know a lot are going to go. you love got plans for a lot of layoffs. we're going to find out more about. >> who's getting their of pink slip? and when? plus, a judge expected to set a date for a preliminary hearing at the case of the man who was arrested for attacking paul pelosi.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the >> and a happy friday to you. i'm darya and i'm on this friday. we've had already spectacular sunrise. we're looking at dry conditions. nothing but beautiful weather going for the fun we've been having to i thought years and you've missed everything that we've been doing. and it's been i you know, for hours already. well, the full weather only lasted for this is sure things are really going to be changing job. yeah, it's about time. we work our way back into some more rain. at least that's what mother nature saying because we only get a little break yesterday and today are consistently dry days. >> then tomorrow gets here and we'll start the day dry. but see some more showers come tomorrow afternoon. so if you're looking for a good


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