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and soviet oil believe now coming in places like portland have been canceled like the shorter ones going up and down places allow west coast. keep in mind those i have been the most affected as far as cancellations gulf. two-thirds of manager of rain in some places. and make sure that you're getting ready for that and we will keep giving you updates out to sfo as we hear more about delays and cancellations throughout the night.
>> vicki: carrie fisher is out in the hospital after suffering a heart attack. she oka aqaba and london and close a and that the hospital at lax and i'm past year was unresponsive. rather of the prison will condition continue follow story >> grant:happening now. police are looking for the person who opened fire on an east bay freeway. sending two people to the hospital. this shooting happened on eastbound interstate 580 in oakland--- around 7 last night. this is video courtesy of our helicopter partnership with a-b-
c 7 news. the victim's car was able to get off the freeway and ended up parked on frisbie and harrison. the car had several bullet holes on the driver's side. the victims' conditions is still unknown at this time. this is the third time in the last three weeks that there has been a shooting on a bay area freeway. just this past monday. there was a report of a road rage shooting that occurd on 580 in oakland. police say one driver was tailgating another driver. then, a gesture was made -- and then one driver pulled a gun and opened fire. no one was hurt. but bullets did hit one of the cars. and on november 30-th there was another shooting. this on the 580 frutivale off- ramp in oakland as well. a man and a woman were hit, both were taken to the hospital in stable condition. no word on any arrests in that case. >> reporter: providing electricity as well as others involved. kai the attorneys for the gush of fire and griffin men have filed wrongful death lawsuits in connection with the tragedy that claimed 36 lives.
>>: well-worn the public and wore it and people that this was not a place permitted. for advance and say, forrest and white grapes they did not close this down. a like they had that night. authorities have said that gregory had died and arms of her high-school sweetheart. a tragedy gregory curran as though trying to cope with. but will
likely only consolidated before the same judge. >> grant: surge in the chinese bay freeway last night to people and to the hospital hit by bullets on seven last night. and a half a partnership of abc's seven newspapers able the off the freeway and on park covers the harrison. carpet severable holes hospitalize and then this is the third time in the last three weeks that there has been a shooting on 580 in oakland. please say that one
driver was still getting another a gesture was made and that one driver pulled a gun and started shooting. no one was hurt by bullets did hit one of the cars. on november 30, 200580 a through l off ramp alzado oakland. no arrests in any of the cases. >> vicki:an attempted armed robbery at an east bay neighborhood market goes sideways after two store employees fight off the gunman. they were both injured during the fight. kron4's haaziq madyun shows the incident.that was captured on surveillance video a masked man walks in with a gun, points the weapon at the store clerk.demanding money. this is surveillance video of the incident recorded tuesday at around 7:45pm here at the royal market in hayward.
>> reporter:while the gunman was preoccupied with the clerk at the cash register, the clerk's brother sneaks up from behind and grabs the gunman. all three start fighting for the gun. the two store employees over power the would-be-robber, disarming him, accompanied by a pretty royal beatdown. here you see a customer walk in, shocked by what's happening and immediately walks back out, while calling 91 on his cellphone. the two brothers sat on top of the robber until alameda county sheriff's deputies arrived. during the melee, the first clerk in the video was shot in the hand. his brother was shot in the leg. regular customers of this family owned business are glad to hear that both brothers survived the incident >>:"all i gotta say he was real brave, god bless him big time" "i'm just glad that my man over here is okay and his lovely wife and everybody is safe and quiet and the bad guy is gone"
the robbery suspect who you see here was injured during the beating. the owner of the market says this is the first time in 20-years that they have ever experienced a robbery like this. in hayward haaziq madyun kron4news >> reporter:my message to the crusaders who are shelling the muslims everyday: by god's will, we will slaughter you, pigs. i swear we will slaughter you. >> vicki:a declaration of allegiance to isis. from the terrorist who killed more than a dozen people at a berlin christmas market this week. the hunt for europe's most wanted man ended today with a gun battle on the streets of milan. the italian policeman who killed anis amri is being hailed as a hero. sfx
>> grant:the 24 year old tunisian national was at the wheel of the big rig loaded with steel when it slammed into the berlin crowd. this morning italian police spotted him by chance at a train station outside milan. when they asked him for i-d, he took out a gun. one officer was injured in the shootout. his partner, a rookie with only nine months on the job, returned fire and killed him. amri's death leaves many unanswered questions. >>:paul cruickshank/terrorism analyst:the worry is that there are other people connected to this attacker still at large. german nat just a few hours earlier, german authorities had announced he was probably still in berlin. now they say they are not sure of anything.
thomas de maiziere, german minister of the interior: this success of the manhunt means that the alert threat in germany has not been changed. it remains high. and how was he able to travel undetected from berlin to milan, with his face on every screen? a train ticket found on his body revealed his route. >> reporter:after monday's terror rampage, he somehow made his way to the town of chamberee in the french alps. just before midnight last night, he got on a train that took him to turin and on to milan. where his escape ended at three a=m. in tunisia, amri's family said they had no idea that he had become radicalized. "we apologize to the people of berlin, those who were killed were innocent people. we ask for their forgiveness and we apologize to them again." that rookie italian cop and his wounded partner could end up splitting the reward for amri. the german government had a price on his head of 100=thousand euros. more than 100=thousand dollars. still ahead on kron four news at five. a massive sinkhole - shuts down a busy intersection in san francisco. where this is happening -- and when crews expect to finish repairs. plus, caught on video - a boy dangles from a chair lift after his back pack becomes tangled. the dramatic resuce - ahead. and next, it's becoming a growing problem - homeless encampments. how one city in the south bay is tackling this problem.
>> grant:it's not a new problem but it's getting worse and it's risky. talking here about the homeless pitching their tents underneath and increasingly right next to busy freeways. we see it every day on every freeway here in the city and it's happening in san jose too. that's where we find kron four's rob fladeboe tonight with a look at the situation there. rob? nats >> reporter: imagine living here
some twenty feet from cars whizzing by on interstate 280 near downtown san jose. or here at oakland road and 101. or here at 280 and meridian.the list goes on and it gets longer every day and it's not safe. sot amy/homeless that said, amy insists living here along highway 101 is safer than living along the creeks but there are fewer and fewer camp sites to be found on private property these days says homeless advocate robert aguirre.
sot robert aguirre/homeless advocate it's happening on city streets too. campsites here at curtner and almaden road. at 6th and virginia and here at story road and highway 101 among many others despite ambitious efforts by the city and county to get some 4,000 homeless people off the streets. sot robert aguirre/homeless advocate given 72 hours notice, steve and a dozen others were evicted by caltrans this morning, saying they would simply pitch their tents again tonight across the freeway because there is no place else for them to go. a broken watermain creates a muddy mess on evans avenue in san francisco's bayview district. take a look at this aerial video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news that shows all the water and mud on the street. it even flowed into a private bus yard. the intersection of evans and rankin remains shut down at this hour as crews work to fix the broken pipe and repair the street.
shoveling mud off sidewalks. pumping untold gallons of water on the 20 ft. by 20 ft. wide " he to find a break in the 12 in. water main. the problem was called then and remarkably well thick mud could be seen called under carter's so far no reported in the property damage. >>:we took on a lot of water here.turned out to be kings lake here not even at king's transporation.a charter bus company where the water was so deep that some of their officer workers couldn't make it in today. but the water only got up halfway up the tires.and not inside the buses.
no it was pretty close but luckily they stopped it in time. the reason behind the break.had nothing to do with the rain.but more to do with the age of the pipe.and the fluxuating tempatures of our bay area winter. .been around for several decades this pipe is estimated to be from the 1930's.the sf puc says they are trying to be proactive in replacing our aging infrastructutre. right now their goal is to replace 15 miles of outdated pipes a year. there is more than a thousand miles of pipeline running underneath san francisco. maureen kelly kron4 news >> vicki:the man who is charged with felony burglary and vandalism of a religious high school near santa rosa has been ordered a psychiatric evaluation. on monday evening, 23-year-old andrew craig faulkner allegedly
caused more than 400-thousand- dollars worht of damage when he shattered glass doors and windows.and ruined statues at cardinal newman high school. >> vicki:in court wednesday and again today.he told the judge he is satan.and that he is an f-b- i agent and works for illuminati. a hearing with the results to determine is faulkner is mentally competent will be february 8th. all court proceedings will remain suspecnded until then. >> grant: the glazes set jose 72 delays and no cancellations, people feeling the soul of the area. >> britteny: we knew you'd see
this as a move analysts also have other parts of a country contributing to the delays as well. let's focus on the system that is slowly moving away from us the brunt of the moisture moves in that over an inch. the average rating can't build. and that a closer look right now or the rain is you can see it is pushing to the east of our region. few scattered showers expected through the rest of tonight even into early tomorrow. near sematech l p 28 b. if you know anyone travelling near redwood city on 280 we are seeing what roadway's also moderate, or is here to the north of sunnyvale won a one. >> britteny: 2,500 ft. close to 3,000 ft. right there with cold air filtering and differences we
get even colder and winter storm warning which will stay in effect until 7:00 a.m. and smoother safer ride. close to look at the next 24 hours in terms of rainfall. it sysop's ashore here. we're still going to keep a chance of isolated scattered showers and just a heads up the showers are definitely going to be a possibility closer look alike talk of forecast to take a look at temperatures daytime highs from the 30's to the '20s. >> britteny: with such a warm back up on monday to take a closer look at your 70 forecast coming up about 10 minutes.
a frightening moment for a young boy at a ski resort in utah.after his backpack got caught on a ski lift. the child panicked as he dangled from the chair. several feet off the ground while he waited for help. people on the ground below pulled out their cameras and started recording. from our partners with c-n- n.dora scheidell has the story. frightening moments for a young boy after his backpack got caught on a ski lift at a utah ski resort. the child panicked as he dangled from the chair. several feet off the ground while he waited for help.
the ordeal was caught on camera. dora scheidell reports. --reporter pkg-as follows-- nats: did you tell them? they're coming, they know. they're coming. you can hear phil warner's voice as he tries to keep the young boy calm. phil warner, witness: i just heard screaming, help, help, help. phil had come to sundance to ski with his daughters. and was in the chair in front of the young boy. he heard the screams and quickly realized, the boy's backpack was caught. the ski lift operator immediately stopped the lift. phil warner, witness: he called down there and i could hear him on the radio. it wasn't long after the ski lift operator called for help, that ski patrol arrived to assess the situation. phil warner, witness: we know your arms are hurting but take some deep breaths. i can't they hurt so bad. ski patrol realized they needed a ladder. but the longer he had to wait, the more frightened and restless the boy became. nats phil warner, witness: i was just afraid that he was going to keep kicking and fall and then do some damage, break his leg or something. once they got the ladder, they were able to climb up and get the backpack off the boy. nats: pull, almost there. yay!
czar johnson, sundance resort: very common no. i'd even say common, no, but it does happen. dora scheidell, reporting: sundance says to avoid these kind of scary scenarios, you should start preparing to unload before the ski lift starts coming to a stop. czar johnson, sundance resort: it's a good idea to check your backpack, move around a little bit, make sure you aren't caught up on anything before you do unload. luckily the young boy managed to walk away without any injuries >> vicki:a fresno man is recovering from leg burns. after his e-cigarette exploded in his pants pocket. take a look. seconds after this bus passenger places his e-cigarette in his pocket. it explodes. severely burning him. police believe the e-cigs battery.is likely the cause. between 2009 and january 2016, there were 134 incidents of overheating, fire or explosion involving e-cigarettes in the united states. more than 50 people were injured. and at 5:30. a few breaks from the rain. but there could be more on the way. you are looking live now at our storm tracker radar. you could say it was some much needed rain. but it's making for a messy holiday travel. and if you are looking to get out on the roads this holiday season. kron four meteorologist brittney ship joins us with what you need know before you head out the door this weekend.
the bay area has been hit hard with a rain storm last night and today. and so is a large portion of the country. today.more than a dozen states are now facing a winter storm threat. making holiday travel a pain. a little over a thousand flights. have already been cancelled according to reports. the rockies are currently being hit hard.getting a blanket of fresh snow. and the cold front could be moving east.as 100-million- people plan to travel over the next week or so. and today's ran is making it difficult for flights to take off from the bay area --- as several flights have either been delayed or canceled. >> britteny: also seeing a pretty strong still moving over the region three much of the
decrease visibility take a time. he, and the scattered light short heavy snow continues in the sierra going into or overnight snow comes down you see the letter below everything lights up as we go over night for hours. claris as to the system debitors drop about 10 degrees 30 today quickly drop about 20 is the daytime high tomorrow. and done the mysterious first federal's up.
russian president vladimir putin held his annual marathon end-of- year press conference. among many, many things he discussed during the four-hour media event, the kremlin leader pledged beefing up russia's own nuclear arms -- that.while downplaying trump's call for strengthening and expanding the u-s nuclear capability. barbara starr has details. the trump team's apparent struggle to secure a big performer at the inauguration next month is playing out on twitter. >> reporter: would the morning tv anchor alarming statement delivered in the serial bus of setting. and the spokesman letter suggesting the president wasn't talking about russia alone.
>> grant:the president-elect tweeted last night - quote - "the so-called a-list celebrities" all want tickets to the event. but according to his tweet, trump wants *people at his inauguration instead. his inaugural committee has been trying to line up some big names, including the beach boys. so far, the only confirmed acts are the radio city rockettes. the mormon tabernacle choir. and "america's got talent" singer jackie evancho. investigators have learned that the hijackers who took over a libyan plane this morning wanted to go to rome, but ended up in malta because of fuel limitations. the flight was hijacked on it's trip from sabha.a small city in libya.to tripoli.on the northern coast of africa. 111-passengers and six crew
>> grant: tonight we hear from the victim's family about what they filed lawsuits now. >> vicki: of getting congress to arizona on to complete the testing of the pilot program the state governor such as arizona and is open that the business as excited as he is the the main concern remains public safety.
knee felt until proper permits a result anoka's says california for its burdensome losses. >> grant: the commute hours for the rest of holidays instead of running trains every five minutes trains will be running every 1015 minutes by officials say the schedule will be in affect every weekday until the january 2nd. a maximum enforcement holiday practice.
early d y danton last night checkpoint is not conferred on drivers but also on drug driving drug impaired driving cal >> vicki: is for number of key like creches the arrests include jail time finds license suspensions other expenses that exceed $10,000. if you do have a designated driver call a cab >> britteny: heading to the high country tonight. twin to storm warning in effect a 7:00 a.m. if you can't wait just wait. a
heading off into the sierra where temperatures have dropped close enough to support snow heavy snow expected for tonight and that it will let not and where overnight hours early tomorrow. rainfall so coming down in parts of ourselves and jose near seven trees and that we fully back over to billy city also seeing a few light showers justice of the brave new district this is an effective 7:00 a.m. for this year like tahoe area be careful driving we continued see scattered showers into the rest of tonight and a few passing showers not of the question tomorrow morning again in heavy snow was expected to continue and this year at and will continue letter tomorrow are on 7:00 a.m.. everything really quiet down after that. 47 degrees fairfield 51 and san jose and the ankle and this time
the bay area gets a soaking as we head into the holiday weekend. it didn't matter where you were today. the rain came down at some point. making for a soggy getaway if you are trying to get out of town. today is the busiest travel day for the rest of the holiday season at san francisco international. with the rain brittney's been talking about, it's no surprise there have been some majore delays, kron four's spencer blake brings us a live update from the airport.
>> britteny: the other to bring down for us to live look right now under a bridge camera. releasing a new ferret out the and it continues to stipulate showers and to the rest of tonight and into tomorrow. this year of the different story continued see heavy snow coming down and the higher elevations as leader letting mrs. yeltsin might not to be very colorful also see strong wind speeds and blowing snow decrease
visibility as a possibility for you. the south bay's so on seeing a little discouraged our activity same thing your daily city. we fly over to the sierra and carson south lake tahoe kirkwood all seen snow accumulated week continued see at least until 7:00 a.m. winter storm warning and exporters. all through tonight and tomorrow morning we are under the winter warning carried >> britteny: low 40's sunspots' 10 degrees cooler today versus yesterday's and also faltering and and all such as the stars of a week and for the rest of tonight heaviest rain are the moves on. check in with the store for the nation and a closer look is 70 forecast.
were delayed flights going in that out and that other places also other problems. earlier sunday we spoke with one woman and a 17 year-old coming in the sfo. i spoke with one mother who had a 17-month old.their flight was delayed about 2 and a half hours. keep in mind, with fog and rain over the airport, that can cut the number of arriving flights per hour in *half, which means it takes longer to get arrivals to land. not just here - delays in other parts of the west coast too. "let's see we were first delayed because the plane coming in to sea-tac was delayed itself, then we had to wait awhile after
starting early in the morning and lasting all day long, the crowds at sfo were intense. there were major delays throughout the morning as you can see here. plus long lines with so many people traveling. on a normal day, sfo sees about 62 thousand people coming and going, but on this day - a duty manager said they had 82- thousand both coming in and going out. plus, all of the rain caused problems. some passengers said they took extra time to make it to the airport. others talked about how they try and figure out a strategy to keep calm and carry on. sot/tc: 00 robert clark/holiday traveler: i was just glad, we didn't forget the kids, you gotta have humor. most of the young kids traveling say they brought along cards,
and phones so they could play games to pass the time. at one point in the morning there were delays up to 90 minutes. return to index of stories... >> vicki: you can see the aerials from our helicopter partership with abc7 news showing the gaping hole in the ground as crews pump out water. it's estimated that this section of the roadway will remain closed until midnight. it's believed the cause of the break is the age of the pipe. it's a common problem in the city. kron4's maureen kelly explains what's being done to fix it. gallons of water shoots out of pumps.in order to clear the massive 20 foot by 20 foot wide, and six foot deep hole that crews had to make in order to find the break in the 12 inch water main. the sf puc say it's a tranmission line.meaning it moves water from one area to the other.and so no water service was cut off for any residential customers.but some of the surrounding business were without water.
but while there was no water coming out of the pipes at king's transportation there was plenty in the yard of the charter bus company. talks about how much water there was. but the water only got up halfway up the tires.and not inside the buses themselves. those who were here when the break was first noticed around 945 this morning say evans avenue looked like a lake. just waves of water.i was wondering when it was going to stop. the cause of the break. it was most likely due to old age.fluxuating temps the pipe that broke today is
believed to be from the 1930's.but some of the over one thousand miles of pipeline underground dates back to the late 1800s.the sfpuc says they are ramping up their pipeline replacement project.the goal is now to replace 15 miles of pipeline a year. we try to put in a few thousand feet at a time it is a long process some projects can take a year or 18 months depending on how busy the street is. the more new pipe they can get underground will hopefull mean the fewer emergency water main breaks creating muddy messes on city streets. maureen kelly kron4 news. the manhunt for the suspect in the berlin christmas market attack is over tonight. he was killed by police during a shootout in italy. but his death has not ended the terror threat in germany. scott mclean with our partners at c-n-n explains. the death of 24-yr old anis amri has brought a europe-wide manhunt to an end, but it has
not ended the police investigation. or the terror threat. thomas de maiziere, german minister of the interior: this success of the manhunt means that the alert threat in germany has not been changed. it remains high. amri was shot and killed after police spotted him by chance at a suburban milan, italy train station. when police asked him for i-d, he produced a gun. one officer was injured in the shootout. according to italian media, amri traveled through france en route to italy. raising questions from critics about europe's open borders policy. german authorities want to know how he got to milan, and who may have helped him along the way. thomas de maiziere, german minister of the interior: it is mainly about uncovering networks in order to discover more of the background of everything in
connection with these investigations. police knew amri had links to a network of isis recruiters in germany. in a new video released by the terror group's media site, amri pledged allegiance to the leader of isis. for months, amri was on a german intelligence list of the most dangerous islamists in the country -- a list 549 names long. paul cruickshank/terrorism analyst:the worry is that there are other people connected to this attacker still at large. both italy and germany tried to deport amri back to tunisia unsuccessfully. that fact led to a conversation between the german chancellor and the tunisian president. angela merkel/german chancellor: i told the president that we need to be able to speed up the process of returning nationals. and that's not all -- merkel says she's will look at other way to prevent a similar attack. in washington, im scott mclean. one of anis amri's brothers is speaking out. he had this message for the people of berlin today. "we apologize to the people of berlin, those who were killed were innocent people. we ask for their forgiveness and we apologize to them again." the attack on the christmas market in berlin left 12 people dead and dozens more injured. police say the hijackers who took over a libyan plane this morning wanted to go to rome.
luckilythey ended up in malta because of fuel limitations. the flight was hijacked on it's trip from sabha.a small city in libya.to tripoli.on the northern coast of africa. 111-passengers and six crew members were on board.but fortunately the hijacking ended peacefully. the grenades hijackers used to threaten the pilot were in fact found to be replicas. after landing in malta.instead of their requested trip to italy.the hijackers surrendered to police hours later. federal authorities are warning law enforcement agencies around the country to be on alert. it comes after a list of u-s churches circulated on the internet. calling for isis sympathizers to attack them and other holiday gathering sites. the f-b-i says it is looking into the online list and trying to vet the credibility of the threat. remember the south san francisco police officer attacked and hit in the head with a skateboard? we have an update on his condition tonight and his holiday plans.
new details are coming out about a horrific attack at northern california gas station where an employee was burned alive. what we now know about the victim. and a robber tries to hold up an east bay store. but some employees had other ideas. see how they fought back. a masked man walks in with a gun, points the weapon at the store clerk.demanding money. this is surveillance video of the incident recorded tuesday at around 7:45pm here at the royal market in hayward.
while the gunman was preoccupied with the clerk at the cash register, the clerk's brother sneaks up from behind and grabs the gunman. >>:"so we've had more and more situations where not only shop owners but citizens are taking these types of situations into their own hands" all three start fighting for the gun. the two store employees over power the would-be-robber, disarming him, accompanied by a pretty royal beatdown. courageous or crazy? "well in these types of situations people making split second decisions and in this case it worked out well for them" here you see a customer walk in, shocked by what's happening and immediately walks back out, while calling 91 on his cellphone. the two brothers sat on top of the robber until alameda county sheriff's deputies arrived. >>:"the suspect in this case is a 15-year-old male juvenile" during the melee, the first clerk in the video was shot in the hand. his brother was shot in the leg. regular customers of this family owned business are glad to hear that both brothers survived the incident "all i gotta say he was real brave, god bless him big time"
"i'm just glad that my man over here is okay and his lovely wife and everybody is safe and quiet and the bad guy is gone" the owner of the market says this is the first time in 20- years that they have ever experienced an incident like this.in hayward haaziq madyun kron4news >> grant:police are still looking for the person who opened fire on an east bay freeway last night. this is video courtesy of our helicopter partnership with a-b- c 7 news. the shooting happened around seven p-m on eastbound interstate 580 in oakland. the victim's car was able to get off the freeway. it had several bullet holes on the driver's side. the condition of the two victims is unknown at this time. this is the third shooting on a
bay area freeway in the past three weeks. an encouraging update tonight on the south san francisco attacked and hit in the head last month. the department says robby chon is out of the hospital and is going through intense rehabilitation right now. he will be home for chirstmas. as far as his condition goes. he is said to be doing okay. chon was struck in the head with a skateboard on thanksgiving day while chasing a suspect. that suspect is under arrest. in keeping with a holiday tradition. governor jerry brown announced his pardons today. he granted 112 pardons and one commutation. no names really stick out on this year's list. many of them were for low level crimes that had been committed years ago. one thing you noticed going through the list. many of the offenses involve marijuana and other drugs.
since taking office. he has extended a total of 854 pardons and commutations. the three previous governors combined for just 28. * * * it's not a new problem but it is getting worse. the homeless, chased from private property are more often than not pitching their tents and shelters along side busy freeways. kron four's rob fladeboe takes a look at the dangerous situation unfolding in san jose. >> reporter:imagine living here some twenty feet from cars whizzing by on interstate 280 near downtown san jose. or here at oakland road and 101. or here at 280 and meridian.the list goes on and it gets longer every day and it's not safe. sot amy/homeless that said, amy insists living here along highway 101 is safer than living along the creeks but there are fewer and fewer camp sites to be found on private property these days says homeless advocate robert aguirre. sot robert aguirre/homeless
advocate it's happening on city streets too. campsites here at curtner and almaden road. at 6th and virginia and here at story road and highway 101 among many others despite ambitious efforts by the city and county to get some 4,000 homeless people off the streets. sot robert aguirre/homeless advocate given 72 hours notice, steve and a dozen others were evicted by caltrans this morning, saying they would simply pitch their tents again tonight across the freeway because there is no place else for them to go. sot steve/homeless standup a big vote at the united nations today. how it could a big strain on relations between the united states and one of its closest allies in the middle east. plus we are keeping a close eye on the health of actress carrie fisher. you probably know her best as "princess leia" from star wars. she suffered heart attack today an update on her condition a little later. this is certain to raise a few eyebrows. a congressional committee report
says edward snowden has been in contact with russian intelligence officials since arriving in moscow three years ago. snowden is a former contractor for the national security agency. he leaked information about the n-s-a's snooping on americans and fled the country. snowden was ultimately granted asylum in russia. he took to twitter to dispute the report posting: "they claim without evidence that i'm in cahoots with the russians." a rather bold move today by the united states as it refused to halt a united nations resolution condemning israel's building of settlments in the west bank. with the u-s opting to abstain. the resolution passed 14 to nothing. this has drawn the ire of israeli officials. accusing the u-s of abandoning the country. president-elect donald trump had inserted himself into the drama calling for the white house to use its veto power. israel's ambassador to the united nations is calling the vote "a victory for terror." investigators in northern california say they have found the rain gear they believe
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into tomorrow most of the shower say just off the coast. the contingency himself all to 7:00 a.m. tomorrow in the system continuing to push into parts of las vegas into montana and might see a few new delays. we tracked the east and we see the tank we see a place and then even icy conditions near chicago. it looks like rain and thunderstorms in kansas city a tickle in 74 cassock and your show.
>> reporter: stun the intersection as crews tried to fix the problem. athens avenue looked like a lake. remarkably thick mud seen piling over cars owners supported any property damage. it's a growing problem fear for their safety. caltrans conducted this week at high when a woman saying it has doubled its budget for such sweeps in recent years. this woman says
the only number in a matter of time before someone gets hurt. first two lawsuits in connection with the ghost ship warehouse has been filed. should never happened and those responsible should be held accountable. including the property owner party promoters the two of alleged provided restrooms. as well as property manager hit all claims against tell me that
continued fisher, known for her role as princess leia in the original star wars trilogy, reportedly had a cardiac episode while on a flight from london to los angeles. the 60-year-old actress was rushed to the hospital shortly after landing at l-a-x. united airlines said in a statement that the unnamed passenger was unresponsive. fisher's brother, say's she's currently in the intensive care unit. we will continue to follow this story and bring you updates as they become available. at the university of california, davis.students have the option to take a beer brewing program for school credit. and this year.the program received an amazing gift for the holiday season.a 2-million dollar check from the sierra nevada brewing company. sierra nevadas co-founder and his wife announced the gift yesterday in front of the campus' brewing science class. >> vicki: the northern coast of africa and fortunately in the hijacking ended peacefully-the pilot and a cousin after landing a hijackers stranded to a police hours later. hit
u-c davis says the gift established an endowment for a full-time brewin position for the program. sierra nevada brewing company was founded in 19-80.and produces some of america's best known craft beers. we should have pictures of uc davis. this is pretty awesome. ap-ca--university of california- beer gift sierra nevada brewing co. gives $2 million to uc davis eds: apnewsnow. san francisco - the beer brewing program at the university of california, davis has received some holiday cheer in the form of a $2 million gift from the sierra nevada brewing co. sierra nevada's founder ken grossman and his wife, katie gosner, announced the gift thursday for the campus' brewing science program. uc davis said in a statement that the gift establishes an endowment for a full-time brewing position for the program, which is part of the school's depart food science and technology. courses in the science and engineering of brewing beer and running a brewery operation. sierra nevada brewing co. was founded in 1980 and produces soknown craft beers. it has breweries in chico, california and mills river, north carol and we already knew that j-r smith wouldn't be available for sunday's finals rematch, but it turns out he's going to b on the med than
but >> reporter: after sluggish first half but the warriors 11 turnovers at the britt this one going back and forth down the stretch at last check of three. game after a two points in the fourth will have full highlights and reaction on news that eight. moving onto a story we had talked about and of the whole reason green wasn't the team yesterday because girlfriend gave birth to their baby boy. mahon jr. originally flew into new york on wednesday headley hours later he was unable to be by her side in person so
the team hopes to have him back just before the playoffs begin in april. he recently signed a four-year, 57-million dollar extension. and the silver and black's defense.set to welcome back an old friend. defensive end mario edwards junior.will make his return tomorrow against the colts. the 22-year-old hasn't played in more than three months. after suffering a hip injury in the preseason. in each of his two years in the league, he has yet to play a full season. and the 49ers.hoping to find some joy this holiday season by ending their 13-game losing streak tomorrow against the rams. l-a is the only team the niners have beaten this year, but one difference this time is no torrey smith. the wide receiver has been placed on the injured reserve. and will not return this season
after being knocked unconscious two weeks ago against the jets. former cal star jared goff.will be the rams starting quarterback and is seeking his first career win. finally, stars around the nfl play the role of santa claus before the christmas weekend. we begin in dallas-- where running back ezekiel elliott.took care of his offensive line. the rookie.bought each lineman a john deere utv.
those vehicles start at about 16-thousand a piece. which is not nearly as much as the gifts from seahawks quarterback russell wilson. in addition to buying-- 55-inch 4k tv's for his offensive line. he purchased two first-class, round-trip tickets for everyone in the organization including players and team personnel. and let's give you a look at how another star athlete is spending his holiday weekend.
tiger woods.hit the links with president-elect donald trump. the pair played a round at trump's course in west palm beach, florida. for a lot of people, christmas lights are a lot of fun. a festive way to celebrate the holidays. but for others. it's a serious hobby that fills their home. for months at a time. beth cefalu reports, --reporter pkg-as follows-- from top to bottom of this cicero house 110 trees in more places you can count
corrodes for us tonight and 7:00 a.m. of the most of the region we will sunshine for the bay area and cooler system. and done to the fifties. and that is the head in some next week the wombat, and try things out perfect for new year's eve. and then scrubbing the air we have special a week so knelt early for christmas you can let your fireplace.
"the insider," tracking the biggest stories making news today. number one, from the surf to the snow, hollywood gets into the holiday spirit. >> are you ready for my sauce? i'm almost done. >> as mama mariah makes the holidays a family affair indoors, outdoors the stars are continuing their aspen takeover. then number two, don't stop the party. why mr. 305 is careful about his new year's eve game plans. >> never happened. >> and number three, the holiday battle at the box office goes rogue. >> the force is strong. >> but which comedy ensemble is ready to break out its secret weapon this weekend? >> boom. >> then -- ♪
>> i'm celebrating christmas at the white house. >> three, two, one. >> behind the scenes of the star-studded national christmas tree lighting. >> this is your third time at the white house. >> i've basically got my own room. >> plus i'm with country legend reba mcentire, reliving her career highs and lows. >> when i got through with that movie, i said i don't want to do another one of those. >> and why dolly parton's new role is inspired by her real lifestyle icon. >> i'm playing the town tramp. >> wait. what? >> that's what i want to be when i grow up. >> now "the insider" tracking hollywood from the inside out. >> hello, everybody. and welcome to "the insider." we're tracking the biggest stories in hollywood today. >> and we're kicking it off with the number one story everyone is talking about. >> hollywood's in full gear and getting into the holiday spirit. >> are you ready for my sauce? i'm almost done. >> saucy, bold, and singing along to herself, you know, because she's mariah. ♪