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vote yes on 31. >> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at known. >> now at 9, a mom and dad leave behind twin girls after the parents are killed in a car crash. thank you for joining us on the news at 9. i'm vicki liviakis and i'm grant lotus. this horrible crash happened friday in redwood city. and tonight we've learned that 2 people killed. >> grace and and the parents of 7 year-old twins and the little girls were also in the car when the crash happened. but they are ok tonight. kron four's justin campbell spoke to there and who says the family he's now stepping in to support. >> didn't she was my best friend. and it does feel.
>> lost a part of me. liza spirit on lost her sister grace and brother-in-law. men in a crash friday night. spirit on says they just had dinner as a family. she says her sister was driving home with her husband with their girls in the back of the car when they got into a crash. this is what police found near el camino and finger avenue in redwood city around 8 friday evening. >> 2 vehicles mangled on the sidewalk. redwood city fire department says grace ingrid were killed in impact their little girls, ok? but now without parents take it moment by moment and love them and support them in. >> do whatever we can for them because they're the reason why we're all stepping up to the plate as a family. right now, says her sister was a runner, had a double in ba from cal berkeley and columbia and just recently had a promotion at google. and even though speared on is the older sister spirit on made it clear her sister was the smarter i
struggled with math in my younger years and she actually tutored me now is 3 years older than her. >> there are race. >> the 17 year-old behind the wheel of the other car and 2 other passengers survived. but spirit on hopes justice is served. >> drag racing or whatever they were doing on el camino was a smart idea. and not realizing the ramifications of their actions that took 2 parents and their kids lost their parents. >> reporting in redwood city, justin campbell kron. 4 news. >> redwood city's mayor, giselle hail, sent out this statement about the deadly crash that reads in part, this was a tragic event for all involved on behalf of the redwood city council. we extend our deepest sympathies to the 2 young children who tragically lost their parents. >> and the statement from redwood city police chief dan mulholland. he said there are no words to express the magnitude of this loss. we're all morning this tragedy together. whether time now as
we switch gears on this monday night election. even take a live look over san francisco. >> our first chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with a look at what's coming out of the sky. you know, so exciting weather. i mean, throughout the weekend we had what stuff coming through. but now we're going to get things going. we've had some lightning strikes are showing up off the coastline. may get some of that overnight tonight. so out there you see the clouds, that kind of broken out there over the bay. right now, we've seen some showers kind of moving on through. we throughout the day today. we have some sunshine. we had some showers. then things have started to pick up again. i think tonight going to be heavy overnight tonight. we'll see more rain than we've seen in the past. 24 hours coming late tonight. still some of the totals almost a half an inch, almost 4 tenths there in can feel the sun rose over a quarter of an inch, just a 10th of an inch in san francisco. oakland under a 10th and only 300's in san jose. but we're going to put together some impressive totals. i think overnight tonight we've got some showers, the possibility, some thunderstorms and some strong
gusty winds developing outside overnight tonight with another round. some heavy rainfall moving, especially late tonight, early tomorrow morning. i think that commute tomorrow. we've got to be careful. i think maybe the heaviest rainfall may have moved through, but i think you see all the water on the roadways be careful tomorrow morning. if you're driving early on the week ahead, staying very unsettled, i think through at least wednesday models are differing in the long range as we get toward this week as they often do this time of year. so right now, at least it leaves leave a chance of a couple showers over the weekend as well. here's your system. the rolling on shore. you start to see the cold, unstable air begin to move in. all of a sudden you start to see these thunderstorms popping up off the coastline. and so that's we're watching for right now. some of these storms rolling on by bringing some snow in the high country. a ton of it up there. but just off our coastline, them are seeing some thunderstorms out there. in fact, the cell that sitting out there right now producing a couple lightning strikes. that is not all that far away. in fact, that is only roughly 75 80 miles out there. they're going to 66 miles an out there
right now likely to be pushing on shore here very shortly. usually when these thunderstorms develop, those tops will start to collapse over a few minutes or so or 10 minutes or so. but still very active out there. there's plenty behind that numerous storms off the monterey bay. they're getting hit hard right now by some storms moving through there right now. a flash flood watch actually in effect until tuesday afternoon, as we're expecting some heavy rainfall to that areas that heavy focus. i think the heavier amounts of rain could move a little bit further south. all that being said, we're seeing some big-time swells moving along the coastline, 15 to 20 footers out there and some strong gusty winds, a real likelihood late tonight early tomorrow morning. maybe some 35 some 45 mile an hour gust up toward the beaches. and that go along with all else is happening out there. and you've got some cold temperatures go along with that. would be surprised if we saw a couple of snowflakes over some of the highest mountain peaks locally. but a ton of snow falling in this year. that will talk more about that coming up in a few minutes. four's your local
election headquarters and the midterm elections been talking about him for a couple years now. they are tomorrow. they are upon us and we're nearing the finish line for many races here in the bay area. >> county registrars are preparing for this big rush kron four's theresa has more now in the last minute steps. it they're going to be taking to get to the polls. >> looking at about how they 27% so far. well, that's the count so far with mail in ballots in contra costa county. while the number may appear to indicate a low turnout for tuesday's election. tommy gong, the chief deputy clerk recorder for contra costa county says he is staying upbeat, feeling great about our 152 polling places tomorrow. >> the open up bright and early 07:00am khan says if you plan to cast your ballot tomorrow, make a plan and know where you want to go. he says there is always hope for those who need it. we understand there may be other reasons why people feel the need to vote in person. for example, we
that we have the accessible voting equipment at the polling place so that voters can make cast a ballot independently and confidentially, for example, if there are, for instance, if they have a certain disabilities in on the county is a new bilingual county under the federal voting rights act. section 203, the latest census in sonoma county reflected a high spanish speaking electorate and that triggered a mandate per federal guidelines to have all voting centers have spanish speaking poll workers as well as signage. >> and response when the hudson, the chief deputy was sonoma county, says representatives with the department of justice. we'll be in sonoma tuesday to oversee the elections. >> they're not going to tell us where they're going because they want to find where we might be falling short so they can help us. so that we can be perfect. that's the goal. perfection. is the goal. >> this is video of one of 46 exterior ballot drop boxes in san mateo county county.
officials add, if you want your vote counted, sign it. they say that it is one of the leading reasons. ballots are rejected. also make sure it's postmarked before midnight. re can't be counted either. terry says stasio kron, 4 news. >> alameda county officials have a tool that gives voters some transparency into how things are done behind the scenes. they say cameras will be rolling in the vote processing room that will allow anyone to watch from any device during all hours of operation. alameda county supervisor keith carson says that he's proud the county registrar has been aggressive in getting people to exercise their right to vote. >> since day one, that issue of the ability to participate in the democratic process in this country has been front and center in terms of everything that it means to run this country. there's always been struggles back and forth over the years all the
way into the last elections that we've had. >> i county has provided this platform since the 2020 election and with less than 24 hours to go until the midterms tonight, we are hearing from the person in charge of overseeing the elections process statewide kron four's capitol correspondent eytan wallace spoke with california secretary of state about you need to know if you have not yet cast your ballot. plus what her office is doing to ensure. >> the election is secure. >> well, one day out, weber vows a safe election and says message to all eligible california voters is clear. don't make your voice heard. >> what we need now from you. >> it's for you to show up and vote. california. secretary of state shirley weber joining us for a one-on-one interview speaking directly to californians as we approach election day a day for what she says she and her office are prepared. we've done everything we can to make it safe, secure and convenient. convenient. she says noting about 22 million vote by mail.
ballots have gone out to registered voters statewide. in order to count the return envelope carrying the ballots must be postmarked no later than 08:00pm on election day itself, november 8th and must arrive no later than one week after that. and it's important not to forget each voter must sign the back of the return envelope. voters may also bring their ballots in person to an elections office or vote center. and as for those who did not register receive a ballot in the mail, we have same day registration, same day voting so that if you forgot to register or you move to whatever you can go in and vote provisionally. >> in california. so there's really no excuse on november, the 8th for anyone not to be able to vote, which a message to california voters about what you and your office are doing to keep this election secure? >> well, we do everything we possibly can as humanly possible to make sure that the building is secure. every machine used in any election in california is tested and retested and we tested. we have a cyber security office, a case that hinged all fronts and coming in and we take
every threat seriously. also taken seriously voter signatures, every signature on the envelope is checked. >> based on your read when you register to vote, your original signature is is is married with the signature that you put on your on the envelope of your ballot. >> and if this any discrepancy in it, then we will pull that ballot. the side. and we will also contact you about your signature. weather also wants californians to know her office will have until mid december to certify the results, meaning it could be some time until the races are called. but she says the focus right now is on you. the voter. we need you to participate in the process because i've democracy only works. >> not because we just have really sick you machines and we do that because we have really enthusiastic people. and we do. but if it works because you show up by voting and webber mines, california is if you run into any problems at all, you can call the official voter hotline at 803, 4, 5 vote. she says people on the other side of the line are standing by ready to help. >> reporting here outside the
california state capitol eytan wallace kron. 4 news. >> alright, big our kron. 4 of live coverage on election night with crews all over the bay area's results come in from the major bay area mayoral races, 2 local and statewide propositions. we have you covered. be sure to tune cn. starting at 5 o'clock tomorrow night for complete election night coverage. >> house speaker nancy pelosi is recalling the morning of a brutal attack on her husband, paul, inside there, san francisco home tougher to talk about that. she opened up tonight in a one-on-one interview with cnn's anderson cooper. >> ella is a live in the newsroom with more of the speaker had to say. >> l a. >> well, pelosi was overcome with emotion, but she did not break down when talking. she did cause of times to get through that grim reality that although she was believed to have been the target in that attack. her husband was the one who was sent to the hospital with skull fractures.
pelosi told cooper that she had just flown into dc the night before from san francisco and was asleep when capitol police banged on her door in the early morning hours. they told her that her husband, paul pelosi, was attacked inside their san francisco home. pelosi said that her husband was struck on 2 sides of his head with a hammer and added that the mockery coming from republicans about this ordeal is compounding the trauma. >> the in our democracy, there is one party that is doubting the outcome of the election feeding that flame. mocking violence that happens. that has to stop. >> pelosi went on to blame the attack on misinformation that she believes for the same reasons of riders were compelled to attack the u.s. capitol. and again, she thinks that there might be a correlation here with the attack inside her home. pelosi hopes the gop calls out these actions to help unify americans instead of fanning the flames of violence and to protect democracy. that is a model to the world in the
newsroom. ella sogomonian kron. 4 news. thank you. ella in the east bay almost a year after her disappearance, police. >> find the remains of alexis gabe today. her family speaking out for the first time since that terrible news broke. our first charles clifford has more. >> well, here in oakley on monday, police investigating the disappearance of alexis gabe say their investigation is now completed. that is because they believe the man that killed her is dead and that her remains have now been found, according to investigators, someone called an anonymous tip line this past thursday to say they had found human remains near plymouth, california, which is to the east of sacramento after comparing dental records, they now believe the remains are those of 24 year-old alexis gabe gave was last seen alive on january. 26 investigators believe her ex-boyfriend, marshall curtis jones had murdered her that evening for unknown reasons. in early june, jones was fatally shot by police in seattle when officers attempted to arrest him on murder charges. alexa's family and friends have been searching for her ever since.
unfortunately, police believe her remains may have been left in multiple locations. so the search will continue deep inside. we were still holding on to hope that she's okay lexus. his father gwyn, gabe says they may never get over the loss of a lexus, but they are relieved. she's been found. but despite all the pain. frustration and grief. we are somehow relieved that she has been found and we can finally bring her home. and finally, a candlelight vigil is planned for wednesday evening to remember alexis gabe. it will be held at 07:00pm here in civic center plaza right next to city hall in oakley. but for now in the east bay, charles clifford kron, 4 news. >> new tonight tonight, authorities say a body was recovered from the water near the port of oakland. today. police received a call little after 10 o'clock this morning of an unresponsive person floating in the water. when they arrived, they determined the victim was dead. anybody with any information is asked to contact oakland police. >> former mma star cain velasquez was in court today for his preliminary hearing.
he's charged with attempting to murder harry back in february. is accused of molesting a four-year-old relative of alaska's in court today. velazquez's lawyer questioned the first police officer on scene about the shooting and showed pictures of launch. hayes, a vehicle. they detailed where bullets went through the windshield. the preliminary hearing will continue with more testimony tomorrow. and after that, the judge will decide if the district attorney's office has enough evidence to move the case forward to trial. velasquez will remain behind bars without bail. a developing story we're following tonight. meta. the parent company, facebook is set to lay off thousands of workers this coming week. it is the latest tech giant. >> to trim its workforce following twitter, lyft and microsoft. a spokesperson for the company declined to comment specifically but directed us to comments made by ceo mark zuckerberg last month during the company's 3rd quarter earnings call when he said the company expects to be the same size or slightly
smaller in 2023. as of october, 26th met employed more than 87,000 workers worldwide. >> the superintendent of the san francisco unified school district has declared a payroll state of emergency. it's over ongoing payment issues for hundreds of district employees for some. and harry explains how the district will be working to fix the problems and has reactions from educators. >> after nearly a year of headaches for teachers and other school district employees because of the new payroll system in power sf which launched in january, the district superintendent doctor matt lane is taking a significant action today. i'm declaring a payroll state of emergency lane says effective immediately. there's a command center of staff fully focused on correcting the payroll issues. they'll also be creating a dashboard so people can see how many issues they're currently working on
and how they're being handled president of the united educators of san francisco union casandra curry l says district employees have high expectations for this command center. the payroll system itself is a software system. does what you tell it to do. >> so our expectations is that this group is able to come together and solve the root causes of these problems. systemically. so that no individual is having to and our whole district suffer from the same problem each and every curry else as they've been protesting for months and she wishes leadership would have taken action sooner. this should have been the response by the district in march when we were sleeping in their offices. and so while i welcome this step is a much needed it's also very delayed its its months and months late school district leaders are calling monday's actions necessary saying people's lives have been significantly
affected, have a system shortcomings as board president. i've been frustrated and ashamed to watch the empower system create so many life hardships for many of our employees. the wave of a grievance occurred in february went over 1000 people either didn't get paid or were severely underpaid. united educators of san francisco has filed an unfair labor practice is charged with the state. >> because of the more than 200 payroll grievances. amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> to the south bay police say a man was hit by a car this evening. well, crossing outside of a marked crosswalk. the crash happened just before 6 this evening in the area of meridian and foxworthy avenues. police say the pedestrian was sent to the hospital with major rather yes, major injuries. this all happened in san jose. the driver involved remained at the scene and is cooperating with police. police are warning pedestrians against using crosswalks during
darkness busy intersections. san jose police also investigating a shooting. officers say the shooting happened in the area of story road and mclaughlin avenue just before 7 o'clock this evening, a man was taken to the hospital with a life-threatening injury. police have not released any details about the shooter at this time. california lawmakers taking aim at fentanyl overdoses among young people. state senator dave cortez is introducing a bill that. >> we'll set a state standard in preventing fentanyl deaths. it is modeled after what santa clara counties, fentanyl working group is doing too. get lifesaving, narcan training and distribution in schools that along with creating a major informational campaign about fentanyl on all media platforms. >> reminder that we just heard that this work is and can be effective and lives are at stake. through this work. it's evident that any solution to
this crisis must include universal preventative measures that will result. and by saving for you. >> according to the national center for health statistics, fentanyl involved deaths of the fastest growing among use ages 14 to 23 in santa clara county, fentanyl overdose deaths rose from 29 2, 90. from the year 2019 to 2020 and then all the way up to 135 deaths in 2021. >> new at 9 regional medical center of san jose announced today that it collected 201 pounds of medications during its crush. the crisis national opioid take back day. the event was held back on october 29th. that is when community members were invited to drop off their unwanted medications. tonight, those medications are headed for a safe and proper disposal. if you're hoping to become a billionaire tonight, you have to wait a little while longer
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have issued a warrant for the arrest of 18 year-old piper lewis. lewis pleaded guilty to killing a man she says raped her in 2020. she was 15 at the time. authorities say lewis was seen walking out of the women's center. she was being held at early friday morning. at some point her gps monitor was cut off. lewis could now be facing up to 20 years in prison. and the ceo of delta says there's no way pilots will go out on strike during the upcoming holiday season. the airline says that they're closer than people think to agreeing on a new contract deal with the pilot union. and it would be, quote against the law of the country. if pilots walked off the job for thanksgiving or christmas, delta says they're still many steps remaining in the process before a strike is even allowed to be considered. but the delta pilots union says that the law is on their side. next. former president trump says he is a big announcement. he said so tonight's rally in ohio when he.
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>> the dna lounge is defending how it security guards restrained a black woman outside the san francisco nightclub. the woman says that she was placed in a chokehold and then posted the video on her instagram. well, now the club has released its own video. it shows, you know, this is what happened. their point of view across forces doing reports. >> just >> days after kron four's showed you this cell phone video of a black woman who says she was put in a chokehold outside the dna lounge by a security guard. the club has now released video of its own. what are we looking at right here? see the gathering of our security staff. this is the point at which securities gotten her to the end of our property line. >> jessica lynn, it is the general manager of the dna lounge in san francisco. she is showing me surveillance video of an incident recorded back on halloween weekend in which she says dna security
physically restrained and intoxicated in violent customer who was denied access to the club. her friends stepped in between her and security, trying to keep her from continuing to engage with us. that's the point at which she kicks. one of my security guards. the general manager says the woman lauren hopkins struck several members of the dna security staff while refusing multiple efforts to be escorted away from the club. >> i was there actually. i was on the sidewalk. i saw the incident these all the time i did not see the entire in stand apart. jessica, let in says she did see. >> was lauren hopkins being restrained by her security >> that part was not recorded in dna security footage but was recorded on a bystander's cellphone in that video. you can hear hopkins saying that she is being choked as well as h a man arguing with security
but jessica, let in says that she did not see lauren hopkins put in a chokehold. >> what are we seeing? from my perspective there was no actual pressure being put on her my head of security has been doing his job for very long time. and he's very good at it. he had his arms exactly where they needed to be in order to control her movement. >> without compressing her airway. anyway. >> do you see yourself in yes, however. lauren hopkins says what the dna video doesn't show is how it all begin. >> dino allowed own security guards putting their hands on nation, have. and need to find myself at that point. i was. >> hopkins maintains that she was choked and does not believe what happened to her was justified. you know? >> absolutely on. i have. i don't know the medical degree. i told my account of what happened to the medics. they
didn't tell me i was lying. they didn't say it was being delusional. >> jessica, let in says in the wake of the incident, several dna staff members experienced some harassment in the community. i have about 50 >> the new lounge, 15 of them are security. all of them. our staff are incredibly shaken up right now at this point. this is a whole week later. is it your perspective that force that was used by security was justified? >> i that the woman in the video left them no other option at that point. >> 2, but to restrain her, yes. >> no arrests were made at the scene. no criminal charges filed by either side and san francisco police say there are no investigative updates to this incident. has a menu kron. 4 news. >> the san francisco fire department was dealing with
the water main break in gas leak today. we have video here from the citizen app. this is union in fillmore this afternoon. the issue forcing a shelter in place for about a one-block radius. 30 people had to actually evacuate. yes, apd was able to eventually stop the gas leak evacuation and shelter-in-place orders have been lifted. utility crews working to finish everything up, which may still a flow affects the flow of traffic. no word on what caused either issue. was your local election headquarters in one of georgia's largest counties is facing a lawsuit tonight for failing to mail more than 1000 voters there requested absentee ballots. this coming as the hotly contested race for senate is underway in georgia. brooke shafer has the latest. >> but we're >> so sorry to these voters. i mean, we where sic about cobb county, georgia, just outside atlanta, the director of elections apologizing for what her office is calling a critical mistake. more than
1000 absentee ballots. never mailed out. so the ballots appeared to be issued because they were marked in this in the system has issued. >> but the final step of actually running it through the machine. >> did not happen. it was everybody thinking you have the flash drive with all the data. it's being run and the person just didn't didn't follow their than ever mailed ballots, prompting a lawsuit. >> the aclu and southern poverty law center writing hundreds of cobb county voters are on the brink of disenfranchisement. are you that this is we have statistics showing ballots being returned from all the other ballot runs. >> so that must have gone out. the atlanta suburb of cobb county is home to roughly 766,000 people. >> and georgia is one of the most closely watched states this midterm election season with a senate race between democratic senator raphael
warnock and republican candidate herschel walker still neck and neck. election staff in cobb county. now overnight ing absentee ballots to hundreds of voters both in and out of georgia like kyle long email yesterday saying that. >> due to a clerical error, it was never sent out at all. and overnight it he requested absentee ballot weeks ago, anticipating long lines at polling sites. he said the cobb county elections department told him the ballot was sent, but it never showed up until today. i got a probably like honestly, like 2030, minutes ago. >> filled out questionnaire at this minute. >> that was brooke shafer reporting for us tonight. a judge did agree to extend the deadline for when mail-in ballots need to arrive at the election office. meanwhile, election staff members are asking for a delay on the arrival of filled out absentee ballots until next week. but those ballots would still need to be postmarked by tomorrow.
election day. >> and here in the bay area, we wanted to get an idea of what our local political experts are focusing on in this election. a little earlier we asked san jose state university political lecturer donna crane. what she'll be watching in what's causing her. any concerns. >> biggest concern that if there are a number of 2020 election deny years to win office, especially to secretary of state offices or 2 governors offices. they will be in place for the next presidential election. and we might remember that these are the people that donald trump called the trying to get them to settle with the election results or to send another slate of electors or something like that. you know, he and his deputies are really intently a bouncing the people who are in office in 2020 and putting in new handpicked candidates. >> donna crane says there's a
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for your help tonight. if you're big supplement taker, you might want to listen up. a new study finds certain supplements that people commonly take for heart health. >> may not actually be that effective. researchers at ucl a look at the effects of fish oil, garlic cinnamon rick platt sterile sand red yeast rice. they compared the results to what happens if you take a staten, a commonly used drug for lowering cholesterol. the study found staton had the greatest impact in significantly lowered so-called bad cholesterol compared to the supplements and placebo. researchers say none of the people who took the supplements really saw any significant decrease in their cholesterol. >> well, hopefully you got that extra hour of sleep with the daylight savings. but if you are one to really benefit from the time difference apparently are not alone. sleep experts call it social
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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. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> i'd imagine the warriors are very happy to be back home. >> they went on 5 on the road trip with some losses to some of the worst teams in the nba. they haven't won a road game all season, but they have fared pretty well at chase center, steph and company, hoping to get back on track in front of the home crowd. >> and that guy number 30, he was special tonight dubs up by 9. he knocks down the stepback 3 golden state with an early double-digit lead. but that lead would soon fade away as it has so many times when the bench unit comes in that league monk with 3 kings, a
race that double digit lead. they would lead by 12 at the half. 3rd quarter. 84 77 sacramento month throws it up for a meadow. he got up sacramento lead by 9 at the end of the 3rd quarter, steph curry. he turned it up in the 4th 2 point game. nice little 4th 2 point game. nice little kiss off the glass up at 107, moments later, staff step back in kevin huerter. his face and look at the reaction. this is my house was in my city. steph, especially now under a minute to go. he puts this one to bed. had nothing for staff tonight gets the friendly roll. steph finished with a season-high. 47 points to go along with 8 rebounds. 8 assists warriors win one 16 to one 13. and as always, we've got reinforcements at chase center kron. 4 sports reporter
kate rooney. she joins us live now. k? >> long-term, there's still a lot of issues. but in the short term, we've got to talk about steph and that performance. >> you know, it's funny. jay sent about 5 minutes into that game. stepan scored 7 points. you just had a feeling it might be one of those nights. 47 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists and absolutely beautiful stat line. the funny thing is it's almost commonplace for steph curry. you're not too shocked to see a stat line like that anytime he's on the court and the warriors really needed this jolt of hope because losing 5 games on the road, no matter how deep you are, no matter how good you know, you are no matter how early in the season as well. it doesn't feel good. but now they're getting back on track. and the good news is they're not going to practice tomorrow. the practice on wednesday and thursday. they got a lot of rest before that game on friday. so chance here for them to press the reset button and figure out some of those things that you said they do need to address. now, though, they're just celebrating. and steve kerr
after the game talked about how great it feels. >> we needed the you know, steph had the new orleans game off. so so did wig. so to clay, so to dream on. so and we've got 3 days before our next game. so we felt jason, this with heavy minutes. and it was obviously necessary. but it's not sustainable. so we know we can't do this for long. >> 15 bench points certainly is not sustainable for the rest of the season. and even the great steph curry can put up 47 points every single night. but here's the thing. this team has been through a lot so many postseason runs for championships and you have to think that it's hard to really play and get hyped for these early season game. so we know that they're going to be able to get on track. they're going to be able to figure some things out. and like i said, it's that jolt of optimism that this team needs to kind of get where they need
to be. we'll see how things go against the cavs on friday night. but i know it's going to be an enthusiastic crowd back here at chase center for now. send it back to you, jason. kate, one more quick question. i know you mentioned the warriors are off tomorrow. no practice. >> there's no nba games tomorrow because the league took that night off the day off to give everyone a chance to get out and vote. i know steve kerr before the game. talk about how important it was to get out and vote. how cool is it just to see this organization in their head coach be on the forefront of so many different campaigns like he had been when it comes to voting. >> yes, steve kerr has never been shy to step his phone and the political waters. and this is just a sample of that. certainly not a surprise to hear from him about the importance of voting. and he came on the court before tipoff and encouraged all the fans in the stands to vote, told them that even if they're not registered, they can register tomorrow at the polls are really sending a strong message. and i think it's important for league like this that is so connected to social
media. so clued in with the youth, really great opportunity for them to maybe encourage some people, influence of people who otherwise would be casting a ballot tomorrow. jason. all right, kate, thank you for that. >> that's your look at sports. we'll be right back. >> all right. well, actually, we just got this in you know, although not much of update apparently the california lottery says the powerball jackpot man. it is still delayed. and that there's no estimated time for the drawing. a game. spokesperson says an unexplained technical air is causing this delay in the numbers, you know, being drawn over time. lot of money here. almost 2 billion dollars. california lottery says that the winning numbers will be posted on their website and on twitter soon as as soon as they are available. all right. time to talk weather. here's larks. hey, guys. yeah, wow. it is been coming down across california in the high sierra nevada boy, that snow really falling out there tonight and really comes
of problems along i-80 50 their chain up in both spots. now you can see it. >> behind me right there, nearly whiteout conditions and the storm system really going to pick up overnight and i think really getting the heaviest about the middle of the morning through noon tomorrow, then maybe tapering off a little bit toward tomorrow afternoon. but look out there almost looks like a scene from the if you see that movie white out up there right now. tough going. you can get up there across the passes, least 11 people, but it's hard going. you can imagine a lot of delays right down there. that is i-80 somewhere buried underneath all that snow. a winter storm warnings continuing until wednesday. heavy snowfall yet maybe 2, maybe 4 feet snow between now and then above 7,000 feet or so that snow level dropping, though, now, the 5,000 feet tonight, even lower than that, the coming you can see that snow affecting all the mountain passes. if you're headed in that direction and look at this, you're seeing things pick up right now. watch happens as we head in toward the middle of day tomorrow. take you through the night tonight, another branch
and there you go. some very heavy snowfall happening right around noon tomorrow. continuing the early afternoon. then begin to break up a little bit, but still take some time before all that snow begins to mix out. probably not to wednesday night. and then you can see a ton of snow in the high country between now and then you can expect some a very slow going up across the high country tomorrow. just going to be a tough day to go across the sierra nevada probably in the afternoon. things begin to taper off a bit and then the sunshine returns as we get into thursday. all right. here's the storm system moving up right now into the sierra nevada. lots of snow falling across the high country in the lake tahoe. and that is great news to see all that snow coming in this early in the season. we're seeing a lot of rain and making its way into the state. watching out for some flash flooding in the monterey county. numerous thunderstorms been popping up around just off the coastline, just like slated cells out there right now that are moving through the bay area. but we've seen some very unstable air sitting off the coast. this area right here has been looking numerous thunderstorms out there off.
our coastlines are going to watch very closely tonight as that going to stay very and unstable. and then the possibility more thunderstorms on the way next couple of days. here we go. keeping the showers in the forecast through tuesday and maybe a shower early on on wednesday. are we going to see more showers tapering off? you bet. sunshine
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