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tv   KRON 4 Early News  KRON  November 6, 2017 4:00am-7:00am PST

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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. (robin) bay area churches are
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reacting to the tragic shooting.people we spoke with at berkeley's mt. zion missionary baptist church say they are saddened to hear that lives were taken in a place where people go to for comfort.
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information on the deadly church shooting head to our website on kron four dot com. we are updating the story on our website and mobile app by the minute. make sure you download the mobile app to always stay up to date on breaking news... (robin)in san francisco ... guns were stolen from a car ... driven by a san mateo county sheriff's sergeant. thefts like these are leaving neighbors concerned for their safety. kron 4's ella sogomonian reports. a thief broke into an unmarked car and stole a shotgun, rifle, ammunition, a bullet proof vest and jacket from a san mateo county sheriff's sergeant in san francisco friday night around 10. it isn't known whether the stolen firearms were in a lock box but people we spoke with suggested all agencies should enforce a protocol to do so. sot: "they should always have them locked and hidden."sot: francisco anduja, san francisco resident// "definitely keep them in a lock box."several people referenced the high profile murder trial underway in which a bureau of land management officer's gun was used to kill kate steinle on pier 14 two years ago.sot: miko bose, san
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francisco resident//"i mean that's really scary given what happened on the pier on pier 14 a year or so ago. if the firearms were there in the vehicle they should have at least put it in someplace that was locked and not possible for the person breaking in to extract them from the car." a visitor from ireland is stunned by the repeated problem saying most officers where he lives don't carry a gun.sot: mehmet cicek, visitor from ireland// "it is stupid to have a gun. a gun is a responsibility and people can kill each other, and you are leaving it in the car i can't give any logical response for that you know." (robin) (robin) guns being stolen from law enforcement continues to be a dangerous trend here in the bay area. ella mentioned the most high profile case ... when kate steinle was killed in san
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francisco in 20-15. the gun used was taken from a federal land management ranger just days before the shooting. a few months later...in september 20-15 ... muralist antonio ramos was killed in oakland ... as he painted. that gun was stolen from an ice agent in san francisco. marquise holloway is under arrest and charged with the murder. this past august... a young community activist ....was killed with a gun stolen from a san francisco police officer's personal vehicle. abel esquivel jr. was shot and killed during an armed robbery last month in the southern part of the mission. ice detained the suspect... erik garcia-pineda... back in april but he was later released. and this past september... a san francisco sheriff's deputy was fired...after he did not properly secure his work gun in a rental car...and the gun was stolen while he was parked in san francisco. it's unclear what's happened to that gun. (robin) on the peninsula... 20 cars were vandalized in one pacifica neighborhood over the weekend. police say the cars were parked on
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terra nova boulevard...between everglades drive and lerida way. officers are currently checking surveillance videos in the area. (robin) a man is behind bars this morning after police say he attacked and seriously injured another man with a knife. it happened saturday night on castro street at the mountain view center for performing arts. once at the scene officers found a man identified as 43-year-old jan nealattacking a 55-year-old man.. officers ordered neal to stop..and when he did not an officer used a taser to stop neal. officers arrested neal and provided aid to the victim..who suffered severe stab wounds. the victim is currently in the hosptal in stable condition. (robin) a woman's car was stolen from the rockridge bart station friday night. it happened just after nine in the west parking lot. police say the woman was in her car when a man approached her. authorities say when the man pointed a gun at her... she got our of the car. police say the man and an
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accomplice then got in the car and drove away.police could not provide a detailed description of the suspect. (robin) coming up..san francisco police will soon be able to carry stun guns.what this means moving forward. protesters rally to keep an east bay hospital open. we'll show you the impact this could have on people in the area.and the disturbing find at an east bay high school that has resulted in an alarming letter being sent to parents. (robin) and here's a live look outside...at the san mateo bridge.
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(robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast.
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(anny hong): a dissipating cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the san francisco peninsula this morning. otherwise dry weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast to bring rain and gusty winds to the region on wednesday and wednesday night. showers will linger into thursday and friday, mainly across the north. another weather system may bring more rain by late next weekend. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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the maze to sf. . no problems on 101 across the golden gate no major hot no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. . no problems on 101 across the golden gate (robin) a disturbing display of hate. that's how an east bay principal describes the nooses found in a school bathroom. the incident
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happened last week at mount eden high school in hayward. kron four's philippe djegal reports... (philippe) students say this school prides itself on its diversity... so, to learn about nooses being found on campus comes as quite a shock.arnold singh/student- "at first, i thought, oh, somebody brought a noose or is somebody trying to attempt suicide or something like that, but when i heard it was made of paper towels, and it was put there, then the message became confused. i have no idea why its put there. and, you know, its sort of offensive to other students too, especially to my friends, who i know could be real sensitive about this issue." 16-year-old arnold singh is a junior at mount eden high school. he says the hayward unified school district e-mailed this letter out to his mom and other school parents, dated friday... informing them anout the discovery. as singh stated... the principal says someone used paper towels to create nooses and hung them in the bathroom stalls. the principal says once spotted... quote the hateful displays were removed. arnold singh.student- "i still do have a lot of questions."
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the school principal says the person responsible has been identified. in the letter to parents... greg fobbs says quote... we recognize that hateful displays can make members of our community feel targeted and unsafe. mount eden takes this incident very seriously and denounces such acts of symbolic violence on our campus.arnold singh/student- "i hope for the best part, it was just some, somebody who wasn't paying attention and was trying to make a joke, or something. but if it's something serious -- i, i don't know. i'd be devastated." when reached for comment... the hayward police deaprtment could not confirm or deny that it was investigating this case... or, considered it a hate crime. in hayward, philippe djegal, kron four news. (robin) in the east bay... a crowd of people protested sutter health's proposed closure of alta bates medical center in berkeley. they fear, closing the city's only acute care medical facility will restrict access to emergency care for thousands of families. kron 4's ali reid reports. nats - stand up, look around,
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there's a healthcare crisis in this town.the community came out in huge numbers to protest the alleged closure of alta bates in berkeley.katy rose / california nurses association - this is part of an ongoing fight.thorild urdal / registered nurse - we don't just serve bekeley. we serve people in west contra costa county, albany, el cerrito, san pablo, richmond, all the way up to vallejo. and there's this huge student population. uc berkeley has a small health care center. they send students to our emergency room all the time.these people are sending a message to sutter health alta bates needs to stay openrochelle pardue- okimoto/ registered nurse - we're sitting here close to the hayward fault. we used to have doctors hospital in san pablo. now we have a 50 bed kaiser in richmond. if this hospital goes, we'll have 50 beds for this entire area between crockket and oakland. all hospitals in clifornia have to be retrofitted or have seizmic upgrades by 2030. in 2015 sutter health confirmed
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plans to replace the alta bates campus with a regional medical center 3 miles away in oakland. sutter is using this as an excuse to close down. this is by no means the first protest. families fear losing maternity or emergency serivices could lead to serious trouble.the plan now is that a helicopter will come pick you up and take you to john muir hospital in walnut creek. what happens if a bus falls over? are they gonna land 50 helicopters by i80? it's just dangerous.francisca pinkney / registered nurse - i can't fathom not having a hospital that will take care of the needs of our community owen poindexter / berkeley - you could be walking down the street one moment and the next you're in a life threatening emergency. and if you can't get to a hospital in time, that could be the difference between life or death.standup the consolidated center is expected to house a new expanded emergency department that will meet regional as well as the needs of the
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berkeley community .as of now, there's no set date for closere. a hospital spokesman tells me there's a lot on the table and an ongoing discussion between local leaders and the hospital. (robin) in santa rosa, a finding by e-p-a inspectors has locked down - journey's end- mobile home park - most of which was destroyed by wildfire three weeks ago. kron four's spencer blake explains why. many people who came to a community meeting regarding the clean-up status of journey's end mobile home park were a little confused for various reasons."not knowing what is the next step - are we responsible for cleaning up what remains there or is the city coming in? everything's a little unclear."the first major item addressed by the mayor and other local leaders, was the health concern posed by what could be toxic materials."they identified 25 locations scattered through the park which they believe
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have the potential to be asbestos-containing material." the environmental protection agency informed the fire marshal, who in turn had the whole park shut down friday morning, just a couple days after people could finally return to start assesing damage."that was the abrupt nature of why it was shut down - it was for your protection." but some people aren't worried about the fact that asbestos inhalation leads to lung disease."if they were so concerned about that they would outlaw cigarette smoking, okay?"some people wanted to know other things, like why the park has no security to protect it from looters.the city points out that it didn't have any security prior to the asbestos discovery, so that would be something residents should talk to the park owner about. other people just wanted to know when they could go back home.that all depends on whether samples taken by the e-p-a come back positive for asbestos.the results from those tests are expected mid week.in santa rosa, spencer blake, kron four news. (robin) also in santa rosa... a fire at a home caused 50-thousand-dollars worth of damage. it
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happened saturday morning on diamond court. when firefighters arrivedthey found flames coming from the corner bedroom of the home. crews were able to keep the fire to one room however the entire home was damaged by smoke. luckily no one was home. the cause of the fire is unknown. (robin) coming up on the kron four morning news... a massacre at a church in texas has the entire country stunned. we'll give you the latest on the deadly shooting. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. the hollywood minute is coming up after the break. welcome back to the kron
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four morning news.the weekend's number one movie, "thor: ragnarok," helped marvel's movies reach a new milestone. rick damigella explains in the hollywood minute. "where have you been? everyone thought you were dead. there's so that's happened since i last saw you."thor propels
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marvel to a new milestone. screenrant reports the 17 films of the marvel cinematic universe combined have now grossed over five-billion dollars at the domestic box office, helped by the over 121- million dollar debut of "thor: ragnarok."(nat music)"i spent the day in bed. it's a consolation."music news: the hollywood bowl is going vegetarian. the l-a weekly reports the concert venue will be offering a meat-free menu when singer morrissey performs two shows there this week. a hollywood bowl press release stated it will be the first time it has offered a vegetarian menu. morrissey, a well known vegan, is touring in support of his forthcoming album, "low in high school." (nat fight)"arthur curry. also known as protector of the oceans. the aquaman."bruce wayne is building a team in the first official clips released for "justice league." the scenes feature ben affleck's bruce wayne meeting the flash, played by ezra miller, and aquaman, played by jason momoa. "justice league" hits theaters november 17th. in hollywood, i'm rick damigella.
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(robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with the top 4 stories for your morning here on the kron 4 morning news. ,$8drw
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(anny hong): a dissipating cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the san francisco peninsula this morning. otherwise dry weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast to bring rain and gusty winds to the region on wednesday
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and wednesday night. showers will linger into thursday and friday, mainly across the north. another weather system may bring more rain by late next weekend. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. no problems on 101 across the golden gate
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. no problems on 101 across the golden gate (robin)we are we are (robin)(robin) we are following we are (robin) we are following breaking news
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out of texas ... where a man opened fire at a texas church killing at least 26 people and wounding about 20 others.the
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shooting happened yesterday morning in the small town of sutherland springs.that's near san antonio.the suspected shooter is 26-year-old devin patrick kelley -- a veteran of the air force -- who was found dead in his vehicle.natasha chen has the latest on the investigation. a sunday church service turned into a massacre"be with us as we learn to deal with this..." police say a man dressed in black wearing a ballistic vest -- and carrying an assault- type rifle -- started shooting before he entered the first baptist church in sutherland springs.within minutes -- many parishioners were either dead or wounded.gloria rodriguez ximenez/knew victims of
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shooting: "so much hurt for a small town, for a small community. so united. never in a million years would i expect anything like this - i could never imagine anything like this happening here."a witness shot the gunman -- who was able to get into his vehicle and drive away.johnnie langendorff/chased shooter: "i never got a look at him. i never really saw him. i just saw the gunfire."johnnie langendorff/chased shooter: "we hit about 95 going down 535 trying to catch this guy until he eventually lost control of his own."police later found the gunman dead inside his vehicle.gov. greg abbott/-r- texas: "we are dealing with the largest mass shooting in our state's history. there's so many families who have lost family members."as investigators work to determine a motive for the massacre -- a small community is left to grieve. (robin @ landing ) another big story we are following:the san francisco police comission has approved a very controversial measure allowing officers to carry stun guns. arming all of the officers with tasers is expected to cost the city between 3 and 8 million dollars.the police chief argues that tasers would be a good way to avoid deadly force. he also says they will protect officers. opponents of the decision say that tasers can cause serious
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injury and can be deadly. (robin @ landing tag )although the police commission voted to approve the use of tasers, this measure would not be implemented until december of 2018. (robin) san francisco police chief bill scott had this reaction to the tasers being approved. "c-e-d's are a sound, less-lethal force option that complement the de- escalation principles and techniques our officers practice every day." the chief added the department will now work on developing a policy for officers. (robin) a petaluma man was arrested last week after he shot another man with a stun gun. police arrested steven pallas at ray's delicatessen and tavern on western ave near webster street. according to authorities it started when pallas and the other man got into a fight. pallas then head-butted the man in the face and put him in a chokehold. police say the
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man was able to get out of the chokehold. at that point... pallas started shooting the man with the stun gun. employees were able to stop the fight and disarm pallas. he was arrested on suspicion of battery and assault with a stun gun. (robin) a reminder to those who lost their homes in the north bay fires ... you have until november 13th to submit the paperwork that will allow your property to be cleared of hazardous waste and debris. the technical term is the right of entry. residents need to fill it out so that contractors can come in and clear the debris. the city of santa rosa is holding an informational meeting about the program tonight. it will be at the veterans memorial hall starting at 6 and running until 8. (robin@landing) the community in santa rosa is trying to return to normality after the deadly firestorm. but before they put the tragedy behind, they want to help those affected and thank the first responders. kron 4's camela bernal shows us one of the ways the people of santa rosa are uniting to help.
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natsthis is just a small way to show that the people of sonoma are strongnatsthey sing and dance, but they also donate to those who truly need it2:13:42:14 it does feel so much more personal listening to the stories of how people had to leave their homes in the middle of the night and that they lost everything and just the trauma that they went through night after night was heart wrenching that's why the montgomery village shopping center in santa rosa held a benefit concert sunday, with all the proceeds going to the north bay fire relief fund and the redwood empire food bank 2:02:40:25 we just all band together because we depend on the community and we want the community to depend on us too they expected to raise more than 100-thousand dollars 2:13:25:21 we just thought what a better way to help contribute to them in this time of need in addition raising money,natsfirst responders and their families were given free meals nats just a small way to show them how appreciated they are in sonoma. 2:03:15:28 they worked tirelessly it was a huge job undertaking for them it's our way of saying thank you back to them in santa rosa, camila bernal kron 4 news
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(robin) and more concerts are planned to help the fire victims... including one this thursday at a-t-and-t park... metallica is the headline act. there are two more concerts planned on november 18th. the counting crows... who got their start in berkeley... will do a benefit for sonoma county.. that concert will be held in rohnert park. and napa county will have a benefit show at the famous robert mondavi winery. it features michael franti and spearhead. franti is a bay area native. (robin) and kron 4 would like to thank you... our viewers for helping us raise more than 230-thousand dollars for the victims of the north bay fire storm. that is the ampount raised during our telethon with the salvation army. if you missed out on
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a chance to donate... you can still do so by going to kron 4 dot com. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero. (robin)the bay area got some
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rain over the weekend ... and the ski slopes and peaks of the sierra nevada got a dusting of snow. alisa becerra takes a look at the snowfall over the weekend. --nats--as snow began to blanket the sierra, some got out in the elements to enjoy. --nats--here at donner summit,
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winter's white powder made a welcome appearance.anthony pruitt: "it was wonderful. we stayed at donner it was beautiful."even though it caught this family off guard. reporter: "you guys prepared for all this?"anthony pruitt: no. (laughs) we just bought gloves and sweaters from the rite aid. just trying to have fun."across the lake to the south...blustery flurries pelted the landscape.--nats-- here at sierra at tahoe anticipation was in the air. justin lord: "we got excited as soon as are you watching the temperature gage in the truck at 32...playing the christmas music."emily kulers: "i'm a snowboarder...just as good."for the resort as well thea hardy: "i am elated. i cannot wait for it to
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start...disneyland pretty much."everyone with an eye on the weather and the mountains. man: "we are here just loving it and just getting ready for the winter." (robin) coming up on the kron four morning news... a look at gas prices following the new gas tax.how much people are paying at the pump. (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport. (anny hong): a dissipating
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cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the san francisco peninsula this morning. otherwise dry weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast to bring rain and gusty winds to the region on wednesday and wednesday night. showers will linger into thursday and friday, mainly across the north. another weather system may bring more rain by late next weekend.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 (robin) (robin) in news around the world. president trump addressed the deadly massacre in texas ... and talked trade and north korea during his visit in japan.john lawrence reports. president trump says he wants the u-s and japan to have a more reciprocal relationship. donald trump/u.s. president-no
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font necessary"i have to say for the last many decades japan has been winning. you do know that."mister trump said the free trade he wants the u-s and japan to have doesn't exist right now."i know that we will be able to come up with trade deals and trade concepts that are going to be fair to both countries and actually i think will actually be better for both countries." but one issue the two leaders see eye-to-eye on....north korea.shinzo abe/japanese prime minister "japan consistently supports the position of president trump when he says all options are on the table."donald trump/u.s. president-no font necessary"people said that my rhetoric is very strong, but look what's happened with very weak rhetoric over the last 25 years. look where we are right now."both men also offered condolences to the victims of sunday's shooting massacre in texas.donald trump/u.s. president-no font necessaryour hearts are broken, but in dark times -- and these are dark times -- such as these, americans do
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what they do best. we pull together!"white house officials say mister trump's asia trip won't be cut short due to the rampage.mister trump's next stop on the five- country asian tour is south korea, where discussions about trade... and north korea's nuclear capabilities are expected.mr. trump says he expects to meet with russian president vladimir putin during this trip.their sit-down would come as the investigation into russian election meddling in the u-s is picking up steam.i'm john lorinc reporting. (robin)in national news ... a senior adviser for rand paul says the u.s. senator is recovering from five broken ribs following an assault at his kentucky home. it's unclear when paul will return to work since he is in considerable pain and has trouble getting around. the broken ribs include three displaced fractures...which can lead to life-threatening injuries. officers arrested 59-year-old rene
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albert bocher ... they say he entered paul's home and tackled him to the ground. boucher is charged with one count of fourth-degree assault. (robin) gas prices took a big jump in california this past week... due to the gas tax that went into effect last wednesday. the price of gas in california averages out to 3-19 per gallon. san francisco has not only the highest gas prices in the state but in the nation. it will cost you about 3 dollars and 31 cents per gallon to fill up. that's up from last weeks price of 3-18 a gallon. in oakland... gas prices jumped 14 cents this week to 3 dollars and 21 cents per gallon. and if your in the south bay... you will be paying about 3-17 per gallon. that's up 15 cents from last week. the current price is 32 cents above where it was a year ago. (robin) santa cruz county sheriff's deputies are looking for two men wanted for vadalism near the train tracks in aptos deputies have
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released a suveillance video of the incident. the men approached the security camera and one of them tried to spray paint over it. the second man then tried to shoot the camera with a bb gun. deputies say numerous fences... walls and buildings in the area of this incident have been tagged with graffiti. (robin)police are looking for these three women in sonoma... they are accused of stealing ...22 bottles of high end alcohol totaling over 11 hundred bucks. police say it happened at the sonoma market store on napa street friday night. officers are currently checking surveillance videos in the areafor more clues. (robin) san francisco police are looking for three people who stole a delivery of i-phone tens. the theft happened at stonestown galleria just two days before the big release. the suspects snatched 300 of the phones from a delivery - for the apple store inside the mall. the only details we have right now is the suspects were in a white dodge van. the i-phone ten has been a hot item... with customers now on
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a waiting list to get one. (robin) we have a warning for bmw owners this morning. b-m-w is recalling over a million cars and s-u-v's due to the risk of fires under the hood. there are two recalls....including the three and five series cars...the x- five, x-three and the z- four....mainly from 2007 to 2011. federal investigators say a part of the engine can short circuit and melt -- increasing the chances of a fire, even if the vehicle isn't in use. b-m-w says it doesn't know of any accidents or injuries related to the issue. the second recall covers an overheating risk due to faulty wiring in the heating and air conditioning system. there were three injuries related to this issue. dealers will replace necessary parts starting december 18th. (robin) coming up on the kron four morning news... remember this wild cat?we have an update from wildlife officials on the injured bobcat found in contra costa county. (robin) and here's a live look the sutro cam.
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(robin) (robin @ landing) it's an unusual bond that has turned into a life-long friendship. meet max the dog ... and quackers the duck. max was five when the riley family adopted him. he became friends with sasha, another huskie they had at the time but when sasha passed away, max was alone that's until the rileys got quackers the duckling. the two eat together and
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drink together... they even sleep together and take walks together. the riley's say it's not unusual to hear the sound of webbed feet and paws bright and early in the morning. (robin) an injured bobcat found on the side of the road earlier this year in contra costa county has been released back into the wild. the bobcat was found on cummings skyway in august. he had a broken pelvis and was barely alive. thanks to the lindsay wildlife experience museum and the wildlife center of silicon valley...he made a full recovery. last wednesday... rescuers released the bobcat near where he was found. (robin) coming up...a massacre at a church in texas is now the deadliest shooting in the state's history.we'll give you the latest.plus ... san francisco police will soon be able to carry stun guns. what this means moving forward. (james)coming up... the kron 4 morning news continues with mark danon and darya folsom.
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( darya ) good morning and thanks for joining us... i'm darya folsom.( james ) and i'm james fletcher. that breaking news we are following... 26 people killed at a church in texas.( darya ) a 14-year-old and a 5- year-old are among the dead. at least 20 others are
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injured. it is the worst mass shooting in texas' history. it happened in the small town of sutherland springs.( james ) this morning there are growing questions about the gunman as we continue to learn more about his past. the shooter was a former member of the u-s air force. back in 2012 he was accused of assaulting his wife and child. and in 2014... he received a bad conduct discharge from the air force.( darya ) this morning police are still trying to figure out what motivated the shooting. let's get the latest from natasha chen who is live in sutherland springs, texas this morning with the latest. natasha. ( natasha )natasha chen/reporting: "the deceased range in age from 5 - 72. a witness across the street on our side here at a gas station saw the gunman wearing all black in a ballistic vest, first shoot outside the church, then make his way inside to shoot in there."a sunday church service turned into a massacre"be with us as we learn to deal with this..."
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police say a man dressed in black wearing a ballistic vest -- and carrying an assault- type rifle -- started shooting before he entered the first baptist church in sutherland springs.within minutes -- many parishioners were either dead or wounded.gloria rodriguez ximenez/knew victims of shooting: "so much hurt for a small town, for a small community. so united. never in a million years would i expect anything like this - i could never imagine anything like this happening here."a witness shot the gunman -- who was able to get into his vehicle and drive away.johnnie langendorff/chased shooter: "i never got a look at him. i never really saw him. i just saw the gunfire."johnnie langendorff/chased shooter: "we hit about 95 going down 535 trying to catch this guy until he eventually lost control of his own."police later found the gunman dead inside his vehicle.gov. greg abbott/-r- texas: "we are dealing with the largest mass shooting in our state's history. there's so many families who have lost family members."as investigators work to determine a motive for the
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massacre -- a small community is left to grieve.natasha chen/reporting: "of the 26 killed, at least eight of them were part of the same family, according to a relative. that relative tells us three other members of the family were also injured in the shooting. in sutherland springs, texas natasha chen. back to you." thanks natasha. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) for more information on the deadly church shooting head to our website on kron four dot com. we are updating the story on our website and the minute. you download the mobile app to always stay up to date on breaking news... ( darya ) good morning i'm darya folsom..( james ) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): a dissipating cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the san francisco peninsula
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this morning. otherwise dry weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast to bring rain and gusty winds to the region on wednesday and wednesday night. showers will linger into thursday and friday, mainly across the north. another weather system may bring more rain by late next weekend. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( james ) another big story we are following this morning... ( james ) another big story we are following this morning... more guns stolen from a bay area police officer. this time the guns were stolen from a car in san francisco. the car belonged to a s san mateo county police sergeant. police say the theft happened in the city's tenderloin district. the thief broke into the unmarked car and stole a shotgun... a rifle... bullets and a bullet proof vest. san francisco police are investigating. they have not said if the guns were in a lock box ( darya ) and guns being stolen from law enforcement vehicles is a growing trend here in the bay area over the last few years. back in september of 2015 muralist antonio ramos was killed in oakland..as he painted.
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that gun was stolen from an ice agent in san francisco. one man has been arrested and charged with murder in that case. then back in august of this year... a young community activist ....was killed with a gun stolen from a san francisco police officer's personal vehicle. abel esquivel jr. was shot and killed shot during an armed robbery last month in the southern part of the mission district. and then in september... a san francisco sheriff's deputy was fired...after he did not properly secure his work gun in a rental car...and the gun was stolen while he was parked in san francisco. ( james ) and the most high profile case involving a stolen gun is the murder of kate steinle on pier 14 in san francisco. the gun used in that case was stolen from a car belonging to a bureau of land management ranger. and happening today... the defense team for the man charged in that killing will begin their arguments. the prosecution rested their case last week. the attorneys for jose garcia zarate claim that the shooting was an
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accident. they say that garcia zarate found the gun and it went off when he picked it up. ( james ) ( james ) in the east bay... police are investigating nooses found in a school bathroom.( darya ) it happened at mount eden high school in hayward. kron 4's will tran is live at the school this morning with the details. will. ( will ) it happened at mount eden high school in hayward. the hayward unified school district sent a letter to parents telling them about the discovery. the school's principal says somebody used paper towels to create nooses and hung them in bathroom stalls. school officials say that the student
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responsible has been identified. there is no word on how that student will be disciplined.
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closing the center will restrict access to emergency care for thousands of families. all california hospitals have to be retrofitted or have seizmic upgrades by 2030. in 2015... sutter health confirmed plans to replace the alta bates campus with a regional medical center 3 miles away in oakland.
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the new station will feature a pedestrian underpass that connects the boarding platform to grand avenue and industrial way. caltrain officials say the new station will also help improve safety for caltrain riders. ( james ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a controversial issue finally comes to an end in san francisco. we'll tell you police officers will start carrying stun guns. and later...a violent carjacking at a bart station. we'll tell you where it happened. and after the break...we'll head up to the sierras to see how much snow they got over the weekend. (anny ) and i will check your bay area forecast coming upcoming up( robin ) and i am tracking you commute after the break. . . minor delay at the bay bridge toll plaza.
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including dehydration. this may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded, or weak upon standing. ketoacidosis is a serious side effect that may be fatal. symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, tiredness, and trouble breathing. stop taking jardiance and call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of ketoacidosis or an allergic reaction. symptoms of an allergic reaction include rash, swelling, and difficulty breathing or swallowing. do not take jardiance if you are on dialysis or have severe kidney problems. other side effects are sudden kidney problems, genital yeast infections, increased bad cholesterol, and urinary tract infections, which may be serious. taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. what do you think? i think it's time to think about jardiance. ask your doctor about jardiance. and get to the heart of what matters. as the bay area saw rain
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over the weekend... the sierra got a dusting of snow. this was the scene in kingvale. drivers heading to the mountains this week are advised to bring chains just as a precaution. ( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. (anny hong): a dissipating cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the san francisco peninsula this morning. otherwise dry
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weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast to bring rain and gusty winds to the region on wednesday and wednesday night. showers will linger into thursday and friday, mainly across the north. another weather system may bring more rain by late next weekend. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. no problems on 101
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( darya ) another big story we are following... a community comes together to help the victims of the north bay firestorm. the montgomery village shopping center in santa rosa held a benefit concert yesterday with all the proceeds going to the north bay fire relief fund. they have not said exactly how much money was raised but they were hoping to raise 100-thousand dollars. in addition to raising money... first responders and their families were also given free meals.' ( darya ) and more concerts are planned to help the fire victims... including one this thursday at a-t-and-t park... metallica is the headline act. there are two more concerts planned on november 18th. the counting crows... who got their start in berkeley... will do a benefit for sonoma county.. that concert will be held in rohnert park. and napa county will have a benefit show at the famous robert mondavi winery. it features michael franti and spearhead. franti is a bay area native. ( james ) and more help is
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on the way for the victims of the fire. fema is providing temporary housing to people who lost their homes in the fire storm. the housing will be set up at the sonoma county fairgrounds. people will be allowed to stay in the housing for at least 18 months. city officials are still working to come up with a long term housing solution. people with questions about housing in santa rosa should go to the local assistance center. it is located at the press democrat building on mendocino avenue. ( james ) and those who did lose their homes in the fire have until november 13th to submit the paperwork that will allow their property to be cleared of hazardous waste. residents need to fill it out so that contractors can come in and clear the debris. the city of santa rosa is holding an informational meeting about the program tonight. it will be at the veterans memorial hall starting at 6 and running until 8. ( james ) and kron 4 would like to thank you... our viewers for helping us raise more than 230-thousand dollars for the victims of the north
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bay fire storm. that is the ampount raised during our telethon with the salvation army. if you missed out on a chance to donate... you can still do so by going to can still do so donate... you can still do so by going to kron 4 dot com. ( darya ) the san francisco police commission has approved a controversial measure allowing officers to carry stun guns. arming all of the officers with tasers is expected to cost the city between 3 and 8 million dollars. san francisco's police chief says that tasers are a good way to avoid deadly force. he also says they will protect officers. opponents of the
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decision say that tasers can cause serious injury and can be deadly. the new policy will not start until december of 2018. ( darya ) san francisco police are looking for three people who stole a delivery of i-phone tens. the theft happened at stonestown galleria just two days before the big release. the thieves snatched 300 of the phones from a delivery for the apple store inside the mall. the only details we have is the crooks were in a white dodge van. ( james ) santa cruz county sheriff's deputies are looking for two men wanted for vadalism near the train tracks in aptos. deputies have released a suveillance video of the incident. the men go up to the security camera and one of them tried to spray paint over it. the second man then tried to shoot
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the camera with a bb gun. deputies say numerous fences... walls and buildings in the area have been tagged with graffiti. ( james ) hundreds of protesters filled the streets of san francisco over the weekend. it was part of a nationwide "refuse fascism" demonstration. people in 22 cities partcipated in the rallies. this happened on saturday. protesters called for the trump administration to be thrown out of office. members of the berkeley college republicans were also thereto support the president. they say they wanted to make sure their voices were heard as well. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron four morning news...we have an update on an injured bobcat that was found in contra costa county. and next...see how much you can expect to pay this week at the gas pump now that they new gas tax is in effect. and here's a
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( darya ) gas prices took a big jump in california this past week... due to the gas tax that went into effect wednesday.( james ) the price of gas in california averages out to 3-19 per gallon but that is even higher
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here in the bay area. san francisco has not only the highest gas prices in the state but in the nation. it will cost you about 3 dollars and 31 cents per gallon to fill up.( darya ) in oakland... gas prices jumped 14 cents last week to 3 dollars and 22 cents per gallon. and if you are in the south bay... you will be paying about 3-18 per gallon. that's up 15 cents from last week. ( james ) the injured bobcat found on the side of the road earlier this year in contra costa county has been released back into the wild.( darya ) the bobcat was found on cummings skyway in contra costa county in august. he had a broken pelvis and was barely alive.( james ) thanks to the lindsay wildlife experience museum and the wildlife center of silicon valley...he made a full recovery. rescuers released the bobcat near where he was found. ( camila )dozens of cars are vandalized over the weekend. i'll tell you where it
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happened. ( james ) and we continue to follow the breaking news out of texas where a gunman kills 26 people and wounded 20 others. what we are learning about the gunman is coming up after the break. ( anny ) your bay area forecast is next. . mother nature
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(anny hong): a dissipating cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the san francisco peninsula this morning. otherwise dry weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast to bring rain and gusty winds to the region on wednesday and wednesday night. showers will linger into thursday and friday, mainly across the
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north. another weather system may bring more rain by late next weekend. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) we continue to follow breaking news out of texas... 26 people are dead including children after a gunman opens fire at a church. ( james ) this morning we are learning more about the gun man. wes rapaport is live in sutherland springs, texas this morning with the latest. wes.
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( darya ) ( darya ) thanks wes.
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we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( james ) bay area churches are reacting to the tragic shooting. people we spoke with at berkeley's mt. zion missionary baptist church say they are saddened to hear that lives were taken in a place where people go for comfort.
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missionary baptist church says they are more careful about the way they secure the church. ( james ) for more information on the deadly church shooting head to our website on kron four dot com. we are updating the story on our website and mobile app by the minute. make sure you download the mobile app to always stay up to date on breaking news... ( darya ) happening now.... pacifica police are looking for the person who vandalized nearly two dozen cars over the weekend. ( james ) kron 4's camila bernal is live in pacifica this morning with the details. camila. ( camila )20 cars were vandalized in one neighborhood. it happened on terra nova boulevard...between everglades drive and lerida way in pacifica. police are currently checking surveillance videos in the areato try to get more clues and figure out who is
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responsible. ( james ) thanks camila. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) in santa rosa...fire officials have closed off journey's end mobile home park to the public. most of the park was destroyed three weeks ago by wildfire. a community meeting on the clean up efforts was held last night. the mayor and other local leaders talked about health concerns... after the e-p-a
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found what could be asbestos. the fire marshal shutdown the whole park friday morning... just a couple days after people were allowed to return to the area. final asbestos test results are expected this week. ( darya ) in the east bay... a woman's car was stolen from the rockridge bart station. it happened in the west parking lot. police say the woman was in her car when a man approached her. when the man pointed a gun at her... she got our of the car. police say the man and an accomplice then got in the car and drove away. police do not have a detailed description of the attacker. ( james ) a man is behind bars this morning after police say he attacked and seriously injured another man with a knife in mountain view. it happened saturday night on castro street at the mountain view center for performing arts. once at the sceneofficers found a man identified as 43-year-old jan
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nealattacking another man.. officers ordered neal to stop..and when he didn't' an officer used a taser to stop him. the victim is currently in the hosptal in stable condition. ( james ) in santa rosa... a fire at a home caused 50-thousand-dollars worth of damage. it happened saturday morning on diamond court. when firefighters arrivedthey found flames coming from the corner bedroom of the home. crews were able to keep the fire to one room however the entire home luckily no one was home. the cause of the fire is under investigation. ( darya ) coming up on the kron four morning news...berkeley is at odds with homeless people on where they can set up camp. hear what officials are trying to do to fix the problem. .a good samaritan is beaten up trying to save two other people being attacked at a local parking garage. we'll tell you where the crime happened and after the break...how the time change can effect your health. .
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today we're out here to test people's knowledge about type 2 diabetes. so you have type 2 diabetes? yes i do. true or false... type 2 diabetes more than doubles your chance of dying from a cardiovascular event, like a heart attack or a stroke. that can't be true, can it? actually, it is true. and with heart disease, your risk is even higher.
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in fact, cardiovascular disease is the #1 cause of death for adults with type 2 diabetes and heart disease. but there is good news. jardiance is the only type 2 diabetes pill with a lifesaving cardiovascular benefit. jardiance is proven to both significantly reduce the chance of dying from a cardiovascular event in adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease and lower your a1c. that's good to know. jardiance can cause serious side effects including dehydration. this may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded, or weak upon standing. ketoacidosis is a serious side effect that may be fatal. symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, tiredness, and trouble breathing. stop taking jardiance and call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of ketoacidosis or an allergic reaction. symptoms of an allergic reaction include rash, swelling, and difficulty breathing or swallowing. do not take jardiance if you are on dialysis or have severe kidney problems. other side effects are sudden kidney problems, genital yeast infections, increased bad cholesterol, and urinary tract infections, which may be serious. taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar.
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tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. isn't it time to talk to your doctor about jardiance? absolutely. ask your doctor about jardiance. and get to the heart of what matters. ( robin ) no major hot spots. minor crwoding on wb 92 ( darya ) that extra hour of sleep you got... comes at a cost. extra hours of darkness in the evening have been linked to depression or seasonal affective disorder.( james ) but there are some
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things you can do to make the most of your daylight. some psychiatrists recommend taking a morning walk right after sunrise. or bring more light into your home by keeping the blinds and shades open.( darya ) also... keep an active social life and plan a winter vacation somewhere nice and sunny. and don't oversleep or stay in bed all day. ( james ) coming up...millions of dollars is coming to the east bay to help with the housing crisis. see how the money is going to be used. (anny) your bay area forecast is after the break.
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but great things happen when you choose surprise. thanks for giving lien the strength to outrun her brother. thanks for giving victor the energy to be the rowdiest fan. and joseph, the ability to see monsters. when you choose walgreens, you choose to make a difference... like how every vitamin and flu shot you get at walgreens helps give life-changing vitamins and vaccines... to children in need around the world and here at home. so, really... happy thanks for giving! walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy. ( james )( darya )( robin )
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checking bay area roads before you head out the door.. no major hot spots. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. wb 580 no delays at the tolls
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(anny hong): a dissipating cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the san francisco peninsula this morning. otherwise dry weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast to bring rain and gusty winds to the region on wednesday and wednesday night. showers will linger into thursday and friday, mainly across the north. another weather system may bring more rain by late
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next weekend.
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( james ) the u-s department of housing and urban development is giving 6 cities in alameda county millions of dollars in grant money. oakland will get the biggest chuck of the grant money. the city get about 7 million of the almost 13 million dollars going to the county. alameda, san leandro, albany, emeryville and piedmont will also get some grant money. that money will go toward homeowner rehabilitation projects... and the construction of new affordable housing. ( james ) in berkeley... the city is once again at odds with homeless encampments. a group was forced to move off bart property... with nowhere to go. the group is made up of a few dozen homeless
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people. they were on bart property saturday morning. but moved after police told them they weren't welcome. they then moved to old city hall... but have been looking for a more permanent place. they are legally allowed to stay at city hall during the day... but can't be there at night. ( darya ) happening now in the north bay... police are looking for three men who assaulted two people in a parking garage in petaluma. it happened at a parking garage on keller street. one person walking past the garage saw the group attacking a person and tried to intervene. the group then attacked him. both victims were taken to the hospital and are expected to recover. ( darya ) police are looking for these three women in sonoma... they are accused of stealing ...22 bottles of high end alcohol totaling over 11 hundred bucks. police say it happened at the sonoma market store on napa street saturday night. officers are currently checking surveillance videos in the area. ( james ) we have a
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warning for b-m-w owners. the car company is recalling over a million cars and s-u-v's due to the risk of fires under the hood. the recall includes the three and five series cars...the x-five, x-three and the z-four....from 2007 to 2011. federal investigators say a part of the engine can short circuit and melt -- increasing the chances of a fire, even if the vehicle isn't in use. b-m-w says it doesn't know of any accidents or injuries related to the issue. ( james ) some scary moments in southern california after a car fire where a man was trapped inside. this is all new dashcam video showing officers and firefighters in the city of brea rescuing a driver. officers weren't able to put the car fire out with fire extinguishers. they then worked as quickly as they could to pull the trapped man out of the car. brea police say the man had lost
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control of his car and hit a tree. the car then overturned and went up in flames. the man who was rescued had burns and moderate injuries but should be okay. 5 officers had minor burns and cuts as well. ( darya ) a senior adviser for kentucky sentator rand paul says paul is recovering from five broken ribsfollowin g an assault at his kentucky home. it's unclear when paul will return to work since he says he is in considerable pain and has trouble getting aroundincluding flying. officers arrested a man who they say entered paul's home and tackled him to the ground. that man is being charged ( darya ) now to bay area football... the oakland raiders going after a much- needed win before the bye week. ( james ) they were in miami taking on the dolphins. in the 1st half-- derek carr airs it out to johnny holton for the 44-yard connection. in the third quarter -- jay cutler caps off
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a 75-yard drive with this...short throw to jarvis landry, that cut the raiders lead to 4. then came marshawn lynch... he pounds his way into the end zone for his second touch down of the game but the fins were not done yet -- cutler...to julius thomas. then at the end of the game the raiders recover the onside kick. they win 27 to 24 they improve to 4-and-5 on the season. ( james ) and the 49ers at home taking on the arizona cardinals. in the third quarter with the niners down 14 to 3 -c-j beathard keeps this game close... he sneaks it in... for a 49ers touchdown. in the fourth -- a late hit on beathard... bodies start flying everywhere... carlos hyde trading punches with an arizona defensive tackle... hyde, and two others were all ejected from the game. cardinals hold on to win
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20 to 10 the niners lose their ninth straight game they have record in the ( darya ) coming up on the kron four morning news... an east bay hospital in danger of closing. coming up at six... see how the community is fighting to keep it open. and after the break... it was a big weekend for marvel at the movie theater. see which other films scored big at the box office.the box
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( james ) "thor" brought the hammer down on the weekend box office.( darya ) rick damigella has a rundown of the weekend's box office winners. the skies cleared for "geostorm" as the disaster flick slid two spots into fifth place with just over three million dollars. "tyler perry's boo 2! a madea halloween" also dropped two places with four-point-seven million, while horror yarn "jigsaw" fell out of first place into third on ticket sales of six-point seven million dollars."what in god's name is that?""that is our new christmas tree. i got it at lady footlocker.":a bad moms
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christmas" opened their presents very early. the r- rated mom-com bowed in second place with seventeen million dollars. the original "bad moms" released during the summer of 20-16 to a 23-point- eight million dollar debut. "hey! hey! we know each other. he's a friend from work!" "thor: ragnarok" rocked and rolled the box office, with a 121-million dollar debut, making it the 17th straight number-one opening for movies in the marvel cinematic universe. the third thor film performed better than both of its predecessors, with a 41- percent higher opening than 20-13's "thor: world" and an 84-percent the original "thor" flick. in rick damigella. ( james ) coming up in
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us... i'm darya folsom.( james ) and i'm james fletcher. that breaking news we are following... 26 people killed at a church in texas... plus the gunman.( darya ) a 14-year-old and a 5-year-old are among the dead. at least 20 others are injured. it is the worst mass shooting in texas' history. it happened in the small town of sutherland springs.( james ) this morning there are growing questions about the gunman as we continue to learn more about his past. the shooter was a former member of the u-s air force. back in 2012 he was accused of assaulting his wife and child. and in 2014... he received a bad conduct discharge from the air force.( darya )
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this ( darya )force.from the air discharge bad conduct he received a and in 2014... wife and child.assaulting his accused of he was back in 2012 force.of the u-s air former member shooter was a the about his past.learn more continue to gunman as we about the questions are growing morning there this ( james )springs. sutherland town of in the small town of sutherland springs.( james ) this morning there this ( james )springs. ( james ) this morning there are growing questions about the gunman as we continue to learn more about his past. the shooter was a former member of the u-s air back in 2012 he was accused of assaulting his wife and child. and in 2014... bad conduct discharge from the air force.( darya ) this morning police are still trying to figure out what shooting. let's get the latest from natasha chen who is live in sutherland springs,
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texas this morning with the latest. natasha. thanks natasha. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) for more information on the deadly church shooting head to our website on kron four dot com. we are updating the story on our website and mobile app by the minute. make sure you download the mobile app to always stay up to date on breaking news... (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic...
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(anny hong): a dissipating cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the
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san francisco peninsula this morning. otherwise dry weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) another big story we are following this morning... more guns stolen from a bay area police officer. this time the guns were stolen from a car in san francisco. the car belonged to a s san
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mateo county police sergeant. police say the theft happened in the city's tenderloin district. the thief broke into the unmarked car and stole a shotgun... a rifle... bullets and a bullet proof vest. san francisco police are investigating. they have not said if the guns were in a lock box ( darya ) and guns being stolen from law enforcement vehicles is a growing trend here in the bay area over the last few years. back in september of 2015 muralist antonio ramos was killed in oakland..as he painted. that gun was stolen from an ice agent in san francisco. one man has been arrested and charged with murder in that case. then back in august of this year... a young community activist ....was killed with a gun stolen from a san francisco police officer's personal vehicle. abel esquivel jr. was shot and killed shot during an armed robbery last month in the southern part of the mission district. and then in september... a san francisco sheriff's deputy was
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fired...after he did not properly secure his work gun in a rental car...and the gun was stolen while he was parked in san francisco. ( james ) and the most high profile case involving a stolen gun is the murder of kate steinle on pier 14 in san francisco. the gun used in that case was stolen from a car belonging to a bureau of land management ranger. and happening today... the defense team for the man charged in that killing will begin their arguments. the prosecution rested their case last week. the attorneys for jose garcia zarate claim that the shooting was an accident. they say that garcia zarate found the gun and it went off when he picked it up. ( james ) a disturbing display of hate. that's how an east bay principal describes the nooses found in a school bathroom.( darya ) it happened at mount eden high school in hayward. kron four's philippe djegal has the details. (philippe) students say this school prides itself on its diversity... so, to learn about nooses being found on campus comes as quite a
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shock.arnold singh/student- "at first, i thought, oh, somebody brought a noose or is somebody trying to attempt suicide or something like that, but when i heard it was made of paper towels, and it was put there, then the message became confused. i have no idea why its put there. and, you know, its sort of offensive to other students too, especially to my friends, who i know could be real sensitive about this issue." 16-year-old arnold singh is a junior at mount eden high school. he says the hayward unified school district e-mailed this letter out to his mom and other school parents, dated friday... informing them anout the discovery. as singh stated... the principal says someone used paper towels to create nooses and hung them in the bathroom stalls. the principal says once spotted... quote the hateful displays were removed. arnold singh.student- "i still do have a lot of questions." the school principal says the person responsible has been identified. in the letter to parents... greg fobbs says quote... we recognize that hateful displays can make members of our community feel targeted and unsafe. mount eden takes this incident very seriously and denounces such
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acts of symbolic violence on our campus.arnold singh/student- "i hope for the best part, it was just some, somebody who wasn't paying attention and was trying to make a joke, or something. but if it's something serious -- i, i don't know. i'd be devastated." when reached for comment... the hayward police deaprtment could not confirm or deny that it was investigating this case... or, considered it a hate crime. in hayward, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( darya ) in the east bay... protesters are sending a message to the city of berkeley. they're fighting to keep the alta bates medical center open. they fear closing the center will restrict access to emergency care for thousands of families. all california hospitals have to be retrofitted or have seizmic upgrades by 2030. in 2015... sutter health confirmed plans to replace the alta bates campus with a regional medical center 3 miles away in oakland.
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are they gonna land 50 helicopters by i80? it's just dangerous.>( darya ) for now... there is no set date for closere. a hospital spokesperson says there's a lot on the table... and an ongoing discussion between local leaders and the hospital. ( james ) and happening today... caltrain officials will break ground on a new station in south san francisco. the new station will be built on airport boulevard. the new station will feature a pedestrian underpass that connects the boarding platform to grand avenue and industrial way. caltrain officials say the new station will also help improve safety for caltrain riders. ( james ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a controversial issue finally comes to an end in san francisco. we'll tell you when police officers will start carrying stun guns. and later... a violent carjacking at a bart station. we'll tell you where it happened. and after the break... we'll head up to the sierra to see how much snow they got over the weekend. (anny ) and i will check
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your bay area forecast coming up ( robin ) and i am tracking you commute after the break. . .
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saw rain over the weekend... the sierra got a dusting of snow. this was the scene in kingvale. drivers heading to the mountains this week are advised to bring chains just as a precaution. ( james )( darya ) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic this morning. (anny hong): a dissipating cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the san francisco peninsula this morning. otherwise dry
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weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast to bring rain and gusty winds to the region on wednesday and wednesday night. showers will linger into thursday and friday, mainly across the north. another weather system may bring more rain by late next weekend. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 new this morning ...a teacher in walnut creek has been arrested and charged with illegal contact with a minor. officials at walnut creek intermediate school say
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michael bartel has been placed on administrative leave.bartel teaches science to sixth and seventh graders at the school. he's been teacher there since 2015. police say the allegations in this case do not involve students at the school. kron4's will tran is headed to the school to talk with parents about this arrest. ( darya ) another big story we are another big story we are following... a community comes together to help the victims of the north bay firestorm. the montgomery village shopping center in santa rosa held a benefit concert yesterday with all the proceeds going to the north bay fire relief fund. they have not said exactly how much money was raised but they were hoping to raise 100-thousand dollars. in addition to raising money... first responders and their families were also given free meals.' ( darya ) and more concerts are planned to help the fire victims... including one this thursday at a-t-and-t park... metallica is the headline act. there are
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two more concerts planned on november 18th. the counting crows... who got their start in berkeley... will do a benefit for sonoma county.. that concert will be held in rohnert park. and napa county will have a benefit show at the famous robert mondavi winery. it features michael franti and spearhead. franti is a bay area native. ( james ) and more help is on the way for the victims of the fire. fema is providing temporary housing to people who lost their homes in the fire storm. the housing will be set up at the sonoma county fairgrounds. people will be allowed to stay in the housing for at least 18 months. city officials are still working to come up with a long term housing solution. people with questions about housing in santa rosa should go to the local assistance center. it is located at the press democrat building on mendocino avenue. ( james ) and those who did lose their homes in the fire have until november 13th to submit the paperwork that will allow their property to be cleared of hazardous waste. residents need to fill it out so that contractors can come in and clear the debris. the city of santa rosa is holding an informational
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meeting about the program tonight. it will be at the veterans memorial hall starting at 6 and running until 8. ( james ) and kron 4 would like to thank you... our viewers for helping us raise more than 230-thousand dollars for the victims of the north bay fire storm. that is the ampount raised during our telethon with the salvation army. if you missed out on a chance to donate... you can still do so by going to kron 4 dot com.
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( darya ) the san francisco police commission has approved a controversial measure allowing officers to carry stun guns. arming all of the officers with tasers is expected to cost the city between 3 and 8 million dollars. san francisco's police chief says that tasers are a good way to avoid deadly force. he also says they will protect officers. opponents of the decision say that tasers can cause serious injury and can be deadly. the new policy will not start until december of 2018. ( darya ) san francisco police are looking for three people who stole a delivery of i-phone tens. the theft happened at stonestown galleria just two days before the big release. the thieves snatched 300 of the phones from a delivery for the apple store inside the mall. the only details we have is the crooks were in a white dodge van. ( james ) santa cruz county sheriff's deputies are looking for two men wanted for
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vadalism near the train tracks in aptos. deputies have released a suveillance video of the incident. the men go up to the security camera and one of them tried to spray paint over it. the second man then tried to shoot the camera with a bb gun. deputies say numerous fences... walls and buildings in the area have been tagged with graffiti. ( james ) hundreds of protesters filled the streets of san francisco over the weekend. it was part of a nationwide "refuse fascism" demonstration. people in 22 cities partcipated in the rallies. this happened on saturday. protesters called for the trump administration to be thrown out of office. members of the berkeley college republicans were also thereto support the president. they say they wanted to make sure their voices were heard as well. ( darya ) disgraced former congressman anthony weiner
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must report to federal prison today. the new york democrat will serve a 21-month sentence for sexting a 15- year-old girl. weiner was sentenced in september. the judge said weiner's crime was the result of a "very strong compulsion." weiner said he was undergoing therapy and had been "a very sick man for a very long time." ( darya ) still ahead on the kron four morning news...we have an update on an injured bobcat that was found in contra costa county. and next...see how much you can expect to pay this week at the gas pump now that they new gas tax is in effect. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge. who are these people?
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the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. spots. bay bridge wb 80 is
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less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) gas prices took a big
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jump in california this past week... due to the gas tax that went into effect wednesday.( james ) the price of gas in california averages out to 3-19 per gallon but that is even higher here in the bay area. san francisco has not only the highest gas prices in the state but in the nation. it will cost you about 3 dollars and 31 cents per gallon to fill up.( darya ) in oakland... gas prices jumped 14 cents last week to 3 dollars and 22 cents per gallon. and if you are in the south bay... you will be paying about 3-18 per gallon. that's up 15 cents from last week. ( james ) the injured bobcat found on the side of the road earlier this year in contra costa county has been released back into the wild.( darya ) the bobcat was found on cummings skyway in contra costa county in august. he had a broken pelvis and was barely alive.( james ) thanks to the lindsay wildlife experience museum and the wildlife center of silicon valley...he made a full recovery. rescuers released the bobcat near where he was found. ( anny ) and i'm tracking your morning forecast.
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what to expect as you head out the door right after the break. (darya) lets start the
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half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): a dissipating cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the san francisco peninsula this morning. otherwise dry
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weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast to bring rain and gusty winds to the region on wednesday and no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge
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drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( darya ) we continue to follow breaking news out of texas... 26 people are dead including children after a gunman opens fire at a church. ( james ) this morning we are learning more about the gun man. wes rapaport is live in sutherland springs, texas this morning with the latest. wes.
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( darya ) thanks wes. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( james ) bay area churches are reacting to the tragic shooting. people we spoke with at berkeley's mt. zion missionary baptist church say they are saddened to hear that lives were taken in a place where people go for comfort.
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zion missionary baptist church says they are more careful about the way they secure the church. ( james ) for more information on the deadly church shooting head to our website on kron four dot com. we are updating the story on our website and mobile app by the minute. make sure you download the mobile app to always stay up to date on breaking news... ( darya ) happening now.... pacifica police are looking for the person who vandalized nearly two dozen cars over the weekend. ( james ) kron 4's camila bernal is live in pacifica this morning with the details. camila. ( camila )20 cars were vandalized in one neighborhood. it happened on terra nova boulevard...between everglades drive and lerida way in pacifica. police are currently checking surveillance videos in the areato try to get more clues and figure out who is
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responsible. ( james ) thanks camila. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) in santa rosa...fire officials have closed off journey's end mobile home park to the public. most of the park was destroyed three weeks ago by wildfire. a community
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meeting on the clean up efforts was held last night. the mayor and other local leaders talked about health concerns... after the e-p-a found what could be asbestos. the fire marshal shutdown the whole park friday morning... just a couple days after people were allowed to return to the area. final asbestos test results are expected this week. ( darya ) in the east bay... a woman is carjacked at the rockridge bart station in oakland. it happened in the west parking lot. police say the woman was in her car when a man approached her. when the man pointed a gun at her... she got our of the car. police say the man and an accomplice then got in the car and drove away. police do not have a detailed description of the attacker. ( james ) a man is behind bars this morning after police say he attacked and seriously injured another man with a knife in mountain view. it happened saturday night on castro street at the mountain view center for performing arts. once at the
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sceneofficers found a man identified as 43-year-old jan nealattacking another man.. officers ordered neal to stop..and when he didn't' an officer used a taser to stop him. the victim is currently in the hosptal in stable condition. ( james ) in santa rosa... a fire at a home caused 50-thousand-dollars worth of damage. it happened on diamond court. when firefighters arrivedthey found flames coming from the corner bedroom of the home. crews were able to keep the fire to one room however the entire home was damaged by smoke. luckily no one was home. the cause of the fire is under investigation. ( darya ) a petaluma man is under arrest after he shot police arrested steven pallas at ray's tavern on western avenue near webster street. according to police... it all started when pallas and the other man got into a fight. pallas then head-butted the man in the face and put him in a chokehold. police say the man was able to get out of the chokehold. at that
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point... police say pallas shot the man with the stun gun. employees were able to stop the fight and disarm pallas. he was arrested on suspicion of battery and assault. ( darya ) coming up on the kron four morning news...berkeley is at odds with homeless people on where they can set up camp. what officials are trying to do to fix the problem. .a good samaritan is beaten up trying to save two other people being attacked at a local parking garage. we'll tell you where the crime happened and after the break...how the time change can effect your health. . bay bridge slows from the maze c
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the holidays begin here at the disneyland resort. no major hot spots. richmond
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bridge wb 580 slows from rihcmond pkwy. drive time less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( james ) some scary moments in southern california after a car fire where a man was trapped inside. this is all new dashcam video showing officers and firefighters in
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the city of brea rescuing a driver. officers weren't able to put the car fire out with fire extinguishers. they then worked as quickly as they could to pull the trapped man out of the car. brea police say the man had lost control of his car and hit a tree. the car then overturned and went up in flames. the man who was rescued had burns and moderate injuries but should be okay. 5 officers had minor burns and cuts as well. ( james ) coming up...millions of dollars is coming to the east bay to help with the housing crisis. see how the money is going to be used. ( anny ) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to
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weather and traffic... (anny hong): a dissipating cold front may bring isolated light showers are sprinkles to the san francisco peninsula this morning. otherwise dry weather is forecast for today and tuesday, along with near normal daytime temperatures and cool nights. the next front is forecast to bring rain and gusty winds to the region on wednesday and wednesday night. showers will linger into thursday and friday, mainly across the north. another weather system may bring more rain by late next weekend. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min
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from 37 to the toll plaza. ( james ) the u-s department of housing and urban development is giving 6 cities in alameda county millions of dollars in grant money.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza.
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( james ) the u-s department of housing and urban development is giving 6 cities in alameda county millions of dollars in grant money. oakland will get the biggest chuck of the grant money. the city get about 7 million of the almost 13 million dollars going to the county. alameda, san leandro, albany, emeryville and piedmont will also get some grant money. that money will go toward homeowner
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rehabilitation projects... and the construction of new affordable housing. ( james ) in berkeley... the city is once again at odds with homeless encampments. a group was forced to move off bart property... with nowhere to go. the group is made up of a few dozen homeless people. they were on bart property saturday morning. but moved after police told them they weren't welcome. they then moved to old city hall... but have been looking for a more permanent place. they are legally allowed to stay at city hall during the day... but can't be there at night. ( darya ) happening now in the north bay... police are looking for three men who assaulted two people in a parking garage in petaluma. it happened at a parking garage on keller street. one person walking past the garage saw the group attacking a person and tried to intervene. the group then attacked him. both victims were taken to the hospital and are expected to recover. ( darya ) police are looking for these three women in sonoma... they are
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accused of stealing ...22 bottles of high end alcohol totaling over 11 hundred bucks. police say it happened at the sonoma market store on napa street saturday night. officers are currently checking surveillance videos in the area. ( darya ) a senior adviser for kentucky sentator rand paul says paul is recovering from five broken ribsfollowin g an assault at his kentucky home. it's unclear when paul will return to work since he says he is in considerable pain and has trouble getting aroundincluding flying. officers arrested a man who they say entered paul's home and tackled him to the ground. that man is being charged with assault. ( james ) uber will spend 5- million dollars over the next five years to fund sexual assault prevention programs... and train its own employees. the move was announced this morning... and it's goal is to help the ride-hailing service combat its own problems. uber's image has been tainted by findings of sexual harassment... and multiple reports of drivers assaulting
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passengers. uber says its agents have already learned how to interview victims and refer them to police. ( james ) we have a warning for b-m-w owners. the car company is recalling over a million cars and s-u-v's due to the risk of fires under the hood. the recall includes the three and five series cars...the x-five, x-three and the z-four....from 2007 to 2011. federal investigators say a part of the engine can short circuit and melt -- increasing the chances of a fire, even if the vehicle isn't in use. b-m-w says it doesn't know of any accidents or injuries related to the issue. ( james ) sprint and t- mobile are calling off merger negotiations... saying the companies couldn't come to an agreement that would benefit customers. the two companies have been talking about a possible merger for years. t-mobile and sprint are the third- and fourth- largest wireless carriers in the u-s. the two were
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looking to make the wireless market more competitive. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... a car crashes into a young actor's home. what the 10- year-old star of "the lion king" remake is saying about the frightening accident. we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look outside... embarcadero. outside... embarcadero. ( ♪ ) more people shop online for the holidays than ever before. (clapping) and the united states postal service delivers more of those purchases to homes than anyone else in the country. ( ♪ )
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( darya ) "lion king" actor j-d mccrary is shaken but not hurt... after a pickup truck plowed into his home in los angeles. the pickup crashed into his bedroom friday morning. fortunately... the 10-year-old
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actor and his family were in another part of the house. the truck first hit another car on the street.... before it bounced off and hit the mcrary home. the driver ran away and police are still looking for him. ( darya ) j-d's mom says the driver left a woman and a baby in his truck. she says the woman later went into a house down but police couldn't find her. j-d will play young simba in remake that's due out next year. ( james ) "thor" brought the hammer down on the weekend box office.( darya ) rick damigella has a rundown of the weekend's box office winners. the skies cleared for "geostorm" as the disaster flick slid two spots into fifth place with just over three million dollars. "tyler perry's boo 2! a madea
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halloween" also dropped two places with four-point-seven million, while horror yarn "jigsaw" fell out of first place into third on ticket sales of six-point seven million dollars."what in god's name is that?""that is our new christmas tree. i got it at lady footlocker.":a bad moms christmas" opened their presents very early. the r- rated mom-com bowed in second place with seventeen million dollars. the original "bad moms" released during the summer of 20-16 to a 23-point- eight million dollar debut. "hey! hey! we know each other. he's a friend from work!" "thor: ragnarok" rocked and rolled the box office, with a 121-million dollar debut, making it the 17th straight number-one opening for movies in the marvel cinematic universe. the third thor film performed better than both of its predecessors, with a 41- percent higher opening than 20-13's "thor: the dark world" and an 84-percent increase over the original "thor" flick. in hollywood, i'm rick damigella.
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(darya) ahead at seven on the kron 4 morning news... in gary's world... raiders win... and for those of you keeping track, the niners did what you expect. but you gotta hear the unexpected question the niners g-m had for bill bilicheck. and... sean "don't call him p-diddy" combs have a new name. plus... a disturbing discovery at one east bay high school. we are live in hayward this morning with how the school is reacting. and... we continue to follow breaking news out of texas. 26 people killed in a church shooting... and this morning we have new information about the gunman. we are live in texas at the top of the hour.
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allergic reactions may occur at or near the application site. the most common side effect is application site pain. ask your doctor about eucrisa. ( darya ) good morning and thanks for joining us... i'm darya folsom.( james ) and i'm james fletcher. that breaking news we are following... 26 people killed at a church in texas... plus the gunman.( darya ) a 14-year-old and a 5-year-old are among the dead. at
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least 20 others are injured. it is the worst mass shooting in texas' history. it happened in the small town of sutherland springs.( james ) this morning there are growing questions about the gunman as we continue to learn more about his past. the shooter was a former member of the u-s air force. back in 2012 he was accused of assaulting his wife and child. and in 2014... he received a bad conduct discharge from the air force.( darya ) this morning police are still trying to figure out what motivated the shooting. let's get the latest from natasha chen who is live in sutherland springs, texas this morning with the latest. natasha.

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