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mobbed by his customers. >> reporter: someone want a smaller jackpot last year and convinced they're lucky customers to come ian and buy lottery tickets. >> do not newt i do not know yet. asks me next year. not sure what i would do with the money. >> reporter: selling more lottery tickets today been yester that. san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. i >> pam: 8-14-17-20-29-7
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>> catherine: a.c. hannah and reporter mistakenly told the red reporter that she would get $1 million for selling a ticket but the reporter was rock because rules are different in atlanta. a lot of people are speaking for her because she does not want to appear on camera. 8-14-17-20-39 mega ball is 7 >> reporter: >> but a per daughter and her daughter checked the many number spirit and sure enough she was the make up million winner for georgia.
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mega million winner >> catherine: she feels like all of this is unreal as if she is dreaming. i never chose the cash option and will get about $125 million after taxes. >> pam: an online humor and news wasn't created an uproar after publishing an article about a san francisco student getting suspended for same merry christmas at school. the trouble is the entire story was made up kron 4 maureen kelly reports the hopes and up creating a lot of problems at one elementary school. >> reporter: there is a san francisco school called
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peridot just felt differently than the article. spelled differe ntly. aragon school because >> reporter: some of the messages were somewhat threatening the school brought an extra security and the police were alerted. >> reporter: he admits the point of the whole thing was to rile people up in the e- mail he wrote i was tired of seeing all of these postings for the nonexistent war or christmas spirit of full of hate and the bible thumping racist to party members. tea party members >> reporter: one parent state this story with the
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resources that are already scarce. >> pam: a vigil is planned to write for the 13 year old girl on life-support. jahi mc-math went to the hospital for consul surgery but there were complications and she brought into cardiac arrest. since then test have measured no bright activity. the paris has said the hospital want to take her off life-support they got little help. now the hospital agreed to keep the girl on my support after a cease and desist on this was giving. >> pam: >> reporter: a thriving situation with an armed robbery at the chevron food mart in vallejo. surveillance cameras captured his gun pointed directly at the owner of the gas station. working all along 7:30 a.m. wednesday when the incident occurred.
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>> put began he put the gun on my chest and told me to open the cash register he put me in handcuffs and told me to lie down on the floor. >> he was wearing a black cat eyes and his nose. >> reporter: he says the suspect was bart a black jacket and about 5 ft. 8 in. tall. we're about 200 lbs. the gas station is located on 100 block of lincoln road west and part of town struggling with violent crime. however the owner told me that this is the first violent incident he has experience in over a decade. >> very scary. very scary. >> pam: and armed robber forced to mcdonnell
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employees to take their clothes off before putting the workers inside a cooler. tuesday at this man down on lincoln road east the robber got away from an aunt disclosed amount of money. got away >> pam: both signs signed off on this provision and unions voted to approve it. but then bart board and i really reme the clause before approving the contract say is should not have been included in the first place but was a mistake. two unions filed a lawsuit against the district now two sides are meeting to see if they can find a way to resolve the dispute. >> seems to be a little harder for the district. if
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they just say that they're staying with the idea that a mistake was made. i have a lot of space that we should come up with a solution. i am not sure if that will happen. >> pam: the two sides are set to meet again tomorrow. in the meantime the bart district also has a problem with its contract with another union. the american federation of state county and municipal deeply ease have approved by batman contained an incorrect date relating to a change in the medical insurance program for retirees spirit >> pam: the district lost this mistake change before it approves a contract tomorrow however the union says it has no intention of making the change >> pam: grant?
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>> reporter: fire app and bexar has grown to 850 a. but containment is now up to 50% from just 20 percent yesterday. 22 homes have burned. so far you can see the ocean from left. the area that burned was on the west of the highway and the fire has not jumped on the highway. at the national weather service says there's a 20 percent chance for rain thursday but wince at picked up to helping fan the flames. no injuries the cause is unknown. crews say they hope to have the fire fully contained by friday. >> pam: coming up at 515 a father goes to some very
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scary last to say this baby's twin from a fire then at 530 the highs that led to a wrong which is on bay bridge and nextel facebook nearly cost a bomb in her life. paul facebook nearly cost it woman her life. >> jacqueline: gusty winds coming up in just a bit with the weather
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>> catherine: plan boys in new york are safe at home tonight. thanks to their families mail carrier. also happens to be a neighbor who caught the babies as they were dropped from a burning apartment building. >> catherine: we have another photo of the
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babies.taken a few hours ago. their father says the smoke >> catherine: was just too heavy for him to do anything but drop them from the fire escape.he says they >> catherine: wouldn't have made it any other way. he says he thanks god that he has another chance at being a father to his sons. >> catherine: to remain the mail carrier was headed to work when he noticed smoke coming from the building. jermain >> catherine: because of germaines quick thinking everyone was able to get out with a couple of injuries. >> he is more than a hero to me. >> catherine: this one was taken just a few minutes ago. father says the smoke was too heavy to do any
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think the drop. they would not have made it any other way thank god that he has another chance to be a father to his son. >> pam: how much food goes to waste in your kitchen? an activist in san diego is taking an extreme approach to raise awareness about the amount of food that gets thrown away in the u-s. >> pam: rob greenfield brought home about a week worth of groceries, with out spending a penny. he's been stocking up on what he finds in local grocery store dumpsters. current figures from the national resources defense council show americans throw away about a hundred and sixty-five billion dollars worth of food every year. a lot of the waste comes from grocery stores >>"frozen pizza!" >> reporter:"i had no idea how much good, clean food is in the dumpsters." >> pam: the environmental activist known for surviving
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on dumpster diving and traveling the country on his bike. isn't necessarily trying to get you to do the >> pam: but he does hope that people become more mindful about ultimately, help avoid waste. >>"yabba-dabba-doo" >> pam: a comic book store owner is yelling "yabba- dabba-doo" after someone took off with his flintstones car. in sacramento the flintmobile was a hit. outside the world's best comic and toys in the art and arcade area. on sunday, just two weeks after parking it in front of the store, the flintmobile vanished. >> no trace of its in the front. circled or around the building to see if it was removed but it was gone. >> pam: downey is offering a reward with no questions asked. in return for the flintmobile, he will give away a six-pack of cactus cooler, a hard-to-find soft drink the flintstones drank regularly. >> reporter:the countdown to the final niners kickoff at candlestick is on. and prices to be in
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candlestick for the final game are not cheap. the cheapest ticket for monday night on stubhub is 297 dollars.and that's for way up in the upper deck. the most expernsive seats are going for more than 38- hunderd - you'll get a great view.but that's a lot of dough.for one ticket. parking passes are also being market up. prices for them starting at 296 bucks.to park your car. >> reporter: that is a lot toward one ticket if you are going along.e >> jacqueline: proportions of the southland hitting the ground a few sprinkles definitely will not be a wash out by any means. and you were sent this one you could see the cloud cover to trent starting to increase. your pictures to breaking news at kron4 dot com. completely different picture now in
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oakland we are seen cloudy conditions also pretty chilly. storm trecker greater showing us a little bit of light rain and the south bay. but mainly dry conditions. you can see additional showers with that. it will not be a wash out but a few possible. sad to let ryder picture also showing conditions over the sierra pushing through shortly into the overnight out worked really nothing to show you on futurecast because the threat of the rain is still so small. wheat are also seeing gusty winds at that main dead pushing through. we get a mike advisory with north bay
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hills and mountains. the diablo range until 6:00 thursday for the gusty winds to concede up to 60 mi. an hour. the winds picking up as well dust mainly for the higher terrain. impact their certainly a possibility. pretty chilly conditions out there as you had in to the afternoon tomorrow. the morning, not so bad with a white sport for the spirit wide spread of 40 as for the sierra, expecting and entered advisory for part of the region but not for the main range here. >> jacqueline: here is a look at the extended
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forecast with a weak system moving in tonight and, conditions tomorrow. pretty much by 5:00 things will be calmed down with clear skies and into friday in little chilly to start the day. however, we will want a at the end of >> pam: next. >> pam: why some people are now calling for duck dynasty to be taken off the air. then. good. good answer.
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>> reporter:how a big time bay area duck dynasty is kicking up controversy. the dad in the hit reality show suggests that homosexuality leads to. beastiality. that's only part of what he had to say in a new interview. >> reporter:phil robertson is the patriarch of duck dynasty based in the louisiana back country. in an upcoming gq magazine interview he says homosexuality is a sin and can't imagine why a man would prefer another man to a woman. he lumps gays with male prostitutes, drunkards, and swindlers. >> reporter:here's a clip
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from his number #1 rated cable reality show - so it shouldn't come as a surprise. >>women!" >> reporter:the gay rights goup glaad calls phil roberson's comments some of the "vilest and most extreme statements" ever made against gays in a mainstream magazine. some critics are even calling for the shows producer - a and e - to pluck duck dynasty from the air. vicki liviakis kron 4 news. coming up at 5:30. >> pam: a wild heist ends up in a dangerous situation on a bay area freeway. then -- >> pam: what has u-s and russian relations cooling off ahead of the winter olympics.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: an early morning attempted robbery in san fransico leads to a wrong way chase on the bay bridge.and the suspects got away. grant is here - to walk us through how this played out.grant. >> reporter: 3:30 this morning - two men stole an a-t-m from the mayflower market on fillmore street in san francisco. shortly after.police saw the suspect's van on treasure island.a chase began. the suspects driving the wrong way on the lower deck of the bay bridge back to san francisco. police say they lost the suspects.evenutally finding the abandoned van.with the atm still in it.at 18th and misourri in potrero hill.
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kron four's teresia estacio reports from the scene.where the suspects left quite a mess. >> reporter: involved in a crime involving suspects pulling up to steve market and san francisco. driving the van opposite to the market took a chain and wrapped around the atm with the chain breaking in this what a witness says about the entire incident >> one guy with loose clothing you cannot make him out. he ran around and loaded up the atm into the back of the van and drove off the curb what part still hanky out scraping the road. scraping the road
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>> reporter: driving on the wrong direction back to san francisco. police found the van and the suspects were gone. they did recover the atm. back at the mayflower market the owner spent the morning cleaning up the crime. i am shocked by what would would >> i am shocked would you do. >> catherine: people will have until january 10th instead of january 1st because of the botched rolled out of this program for obama care. another interesting point is seen as the white house is planning to use michelle obama more
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often to boost the plant because the first lady popularity is a lot higher than the president. >> after a washington judge stated that a secret memo should be released to the public. a nonprofit group filed a lawsuit under the freedom of information act. and presidential policy directive 6 widely publicized eight not classified directive. we will find out more about it currently is not very much excited. >> catherine: >> catherine: the recommendation to sign off on individual searches of phone records separate the in as they should be stripped of its inability
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to store that information. the president has also been conducting an internal review at of it as the day he will plan to announce his decision in january. now the president seems to be spending or sending a message to russia in regards to a special in regards to the olympics. >> reporter: when the games begin february 7th president obama will not be there in the the wall his wife. neithwer will his wife. nor
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the vice president or even a cabinet member. >> reporter: russia's anti- gay laws have riled up part of the world. >> reporter: including former olympic tennis coach billy jean king. >> is not a message that we will wait to send or dismantled. we find it offensive. we take very clear and struck stance on that issue. >> reporter: do some of the people going like king. >> what ever come at it
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just helped humanity. just help humanity! >> catherine: clearing the senate this afternoon and the house passed it earlier this week. the next stop is the president in need of his signature. grant? >> reporter: police say his blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit print couch was sentenced to probation and rehab with no jail time.
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there is a new effort to put a teenage drunk driver behind bars. ethan couch was the 16-year- old driver in a crash that killed four people this past summer. police say his blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit. couch was sentenced to 10 years probation -- with no road for appeal. the district attorney is now turning his attention to two teens who were severely injured in the crash. >> reporter:dark tarrant county road. a horrific crash. 4 lives lost. many others changed forever - including sergio molina and solimon mohmand.they were riding in the back of ethan couch's truck the night he admits he drove drunk and caused this scene. >> reporter:mohmand's body lies broken, with internal injuries. molina now paralyzed. blinking is his only way to communicate. >> reporter:six months later - juvenile district judge jean boyd sentenced couch to
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10 years probation - drawing outrage from far and wide. >> reporter:tarrant county prosecutors told cbs 11 they could not find a legal reason to appeal. attorney joe shannon said. >>"during his recent trial, the 16-year-old admitted his guilt in four cases of intoxication manslaughter and two cases of intoxication assault. there has been no verdict formally entered in the two intoxication assault cases. every case deserves a attorney's office is asking teen on the two intoxication >> reporter:and tonight, we also know more about couch's parents. both have a long criminal history. according to the johnson county sheriff's office fred couch was arrested for d-w-i in 19-92, criminal mischief in 19-94, and assault with bodily injury in 19-96. >> reporter:tonya couch was charged with reckless driving in 2003. during the trail, ethan couch's attorneys argued he was not responsible for his actions -- because his parents were not involved and gave him everything he wanted. one defense psychologist called it "affluenza". as far as the intoxication assault charges -- the maximum sentence couch faces is three years behind bars. >> pam: evidence that the porsche carrying "fast & furious" mechanical problems
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before >> pam: after that that's explained that the economy was strong de enougha law enforcement good. good answer. check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day,
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>> reporter: tells associated press the car lost control due to "speed, and speed alone." the investigation also ruled out debris in the roadway as causing the car to smash into a light pole and tree. the nov. 30 crash killed walker and the driver, his friend roger rodas. investigators won't set a firm speed they think the car was traveling until porsche engineers come to california next month to get information from on-board data collectors. >> reporter:pam?
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>> jacqueline: is we do ceiling tonight it will be very light. we will see gusty winds i will explain where and how strong it will be coming up and about six minutes.
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and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. but hurry, sleep train's interest-free for 3 event ends sunday! superior service, best selection, lowest price, guaranteed! ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >> catherine: a missouri man wants the u-s postal service to investigate after he says contents were missing from his mail. >> catherine: as shirley washington tells us, he has no idea what happened to the gifts, but he wants the postal service to find out. >> catherine: eric groninger was basking in the holiday spirit until he opened the greeting cards he received from his mom. >>"i received my mail yesterday and the gift cards for my children were supposed to be along with the envelops and the gift cards were not there." >> reporter:groninger says
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his mother, who lives in phoenix, arizona, sent him a $250 wal-mart gift card and his two sons the same gift cards valued at $50 each, but he says they were missing from the mail. >>"i was appalled. it was all i had for christmas. my christmas present from my mom was me giving my boys a christmas. so actually that on them so they would have presents here." >> reporter:the envelopes were ripped and sealed with scotch tape, something groninger says his mother didn't do. he says he has no idea who did nor does he know who took the gift cards. >>"i really don't know. i'd like to think there was a fall in the system. some where people and that people are genuine this time i can only assume someone took the gift cards out." >> reporter:by mid-afternoon there was a line of customers at the saint charles post office >>"i'm shipping presents up to connecticut." >> reporter:ray peterson was extra careful when he mailed gift cards to his relatives. >>"i shipped mine in a little box so they probably couldn't figure it out that way by feeling it."
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(cheers & applause) >>"it's just a shame we have to be so protective." >> reporter:groninger, a landscaper who works seasonally, says he wants his boys to have a merry christmas and the postal service to investigate. >> >> reporter:some tips for mailing gift cards. write down/keep the information from the gift card-- the bar code number, the amount the card is worth and who issued it. >> pam: and keep the receipt. >> pam: send it certified mail - this means the recipient has to sign for it. and --- use a hard or bubble mailer - they don't have to go through the machines at the processing center. >> jacqueline: as the look of sat at a storm trecker mainly dry conditions but we do see plenty of cloud coverage. also down on the south bay but anyway we are seeing very light and very spotty. we are seeing snow
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as well we will continue to seasonally conditions tonight and will talk more on that in just a moment. here is to tell and of the system. sing clear skies into tomorrow afternoon. will also see gusty winds picking up all around midnight 2 to 6:00 hour the mountain and delta area we are talking about when a gust of 60 mi. an hour in certain locations. again, to ferry hit or miss spotty conditions. >> jacqueline: delta air lines says it >> jacqueline: into the afternoon was the conditions and to the '50s once again very similar to that today but a little cooler. 56 in
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san jose and the pipe in hayward 56 in pleasanton. >> jacqueline: expecting muscling their. you could see right here on the screen it could cost dangers conditions. here is a look at the extended forecast parent by tomorrow afternoon will cease clear skies with a little greasy creek chili conditions to start the day but improving conditions as we head into the weekend. >> jacqueline: alpine medals with 19 in. and curb what 23 we will keep you posted on those numbers. snowball dot com for the latest
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>> reporter: next edition of people behaving badly tonight at 8! >> gary: big changes are coming to facebook i will tell you more about it gate slate kron 4 news [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world
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of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone 'round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound. starbucks is just $6.99, that's a cup of good cheer. get sweet clementines for $4.99, enough for everyone here. turns out this season less is really so much more. so make your holiday merrier than ever before. safeway. ingredients for life.
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gabe slate tech report >> reporter: book is a business and they have to make money. i kind to think of the to have to pay to get ian and socialize like a cover at a bar. this is going to help facebook make money and preferred the big question is will this pushed
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some users to bail out of facebook altogether? >> reporter: most business analysts say that they will be here to say to stay. but it is possible that they will receive-be back and pull the plug >> reporter: as you are searching feeds on facebook you will come across a video that is already planned port and example with the video at a movie being released in march and running without sound unless you tablet which an inch case it will expand into full screen if needed. >> reporter: these videos uc on mobil will have been down loaded the up why five connection. wifi
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>> reporter:-the first video at for a while? would you think about this i would love to hear from you. with this man to leave facebook once and for all or is it really not a big deal? gate slate kron 4 >> pam: next essex the family of the oakland team on life support holding a vigil tonight as the ask the world for careers. they're hoping for a holiday miracle after a routine surgery leaves the young team brain dead. teen
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: prepares for the high mac map tonight the family of the 13 year old girl from oakland is asking for worldwide support. the team is still on life- support after being declared brain dead at oakland's children hospital. >> reporter: tonight a vigil for the third general went to children's hospital for a common surgery she is now
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the focus of hopes and prayers as the question we've heard all my support. >> i will not give up and i can see her face same mom do not get up on me. i would never give up on my daughter. (crying) >> reporter:jahi mc-math has beenon life support. reporting live oakland scott rates, news >> pam: bart and is too
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large as unions will meet again tomorrow after failing to date to try to resolve a dispute over unpaid family calls and the contract. >> pam: in the meantime the bart board also has a problem with its contract with another union. >> pam: the tentative agreement reached with a f s c m e and approved by that man contains an incorrect date relating to a change in the medical insurance program for retirees. the district of the so-called must exchange however the union says is not interested. >> pam: >> pam: some credit bulls on the newsstand says matt safety system. now as kron4 dan kerman report all major work has been completed to fix that problem.
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>> reporter: the saddle was needed back in march the 32 in serious of 96 boats has cracked. >> a combination of still sells in attendance that those boats were supposed to provide. >> reporter: 12 $5 million more than originally expected but bridge officials say this bridge is now ready for the big one. designed >> to withstand the ground motions of an earthquake. >> reporter: steel wedges were removed they were a temporary fix of lolling new span to open labor day week end. allowing the new span
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to open >> reporter: and report will be issued and those involved in the new eastern span will decide if any other changes will need to be made. in oakland than permanent kron 4 newsdan kerman kron 4 news >> reporter: the holder of the one in to get here in california has yet to come forth according to the lottery officials. owner of the ginnie skipped shop and
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will get a check for a million dollars for selling the winning ticket. today thuy nhuyen mod by france and customers often their congratulations. >> feel happy. i just feel happy! >> what i do with the money? i would try to be happy in the u. s. a. try to be successful in the usa. >> reporter: there was a second winning ticket that was sold in mountain georgia. this is the very happy store owner who sold
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of the multimillion dollar ticket >> reporter: rules in georgia is that the shop owners will not receive that million dollar. . ira is getting more than $173 million. tram but yet she has not come forth. 25 percent of the jackpot is being withheld for federal income tax but that still leaves a whole lot of money to go all round. i read and her family would end up with about $120 million. >> pam: tonight we are seeing some spotty brain this is a video from san jose were you can see light drizzle showering the area. we could continue into
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tomorrow kron 40 neurologist jacqueline bennett with more meteorologist >> jacqueline: near morgan hill that is about it. we had a chance for more spot to bring out there tonight with the main front of the system's sweeping through as you can see this that is not very impressive at all. again not a whole lot. we do have a wind and by street in a fact. gusty winds for about 60 mi. per hour. the delta, east bay hills and the diablo range. coming up
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in just a bit >> catherine: investigators are still trying to figure out the motive in the deadly hospital shooting yesterday in reno nevada. the injury to women that men walked into the biggest hospital in northern nevada and just started shooting. he eventually killed himself. police said this should team does not appear to be random. >> suspect one past the front desk into the area of the patient rooms armed with a 12 gauge shotgun. the suspect fired a total of five rounds appearing to be still shot that bailey killed cam. fatally wounding him.
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>> catherine: the doctor who was killed has been described as impossible to replaced by his colleagues. >> pam: a real flight branch. this package beef we will show you the area that has been targeted. if you're still not done with your christmas shopping we will tell you where to go to get avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive" sales event is back. which means it's never been easier to get a new 2014 jetta. it gets an impressive 34 highway mpg and comes with no charge scheduled maintenance. and right now you can drive one home for practically just your signature. sign. then drive. get zero due at signing, zero down, zero deposit, and zero first month's
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>> catherine: >> catherine: actually fewer days between thanksgiving and christmas this year than last year. >> pam: caught on camera a pilot robbery. why this incident may be connected to another crime. plus a district
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attorney not giving up the fight to put the team responsible for the deaths of four behind bars. [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone 'round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound. starbucks is just $6.99,
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that's a cup of good cheer. get sweet clementines for $4.99, enough for everyone here. turns out this season less is really so much more. so make your holiday merrier than ever before. safeway. ingredients for life.
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what >> pam: investigators are still trying to figure out the >> pam: the owner of a gas station is pistol whipped during a robbery that was captured onit happened this morning around 7:30am at a chevron gas station food mart on the 100-block of lincoln road west in vallejo. >>".out the door" >> pam: vallejo police are checking to see if the suspect in the chevron incident is morning armed robbery this week at a mcdonalds on lincoln road eastin that casethe masked gunman forced two restaurant employees to take off their clothes. before he locked the workers in a coolerthen got away with an undisclosed
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amount of cashpolice say that incident was also recorded to index of stories... >> pam: a san jose homeowner isthe public for some help to identify the woman you see here on your screen. this video was taken on a surveillance camera yesterday afternoon at a home on lincoln avenue at norval way. the homeowner say the woman is seen walking to the front door. putting christmas packages in a shopping bag. and walking away. the packages had just been delivered 22 minutes earlier. >> pam: the homeowner says the woman was driving a white sedan. san jose police say they have no leads. and the homeowner hopes posting the video on youtube will help. >> pam: grant?gaining the upper hand on >> reporter: the big sur fire. right now crews are making
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progress fighting the wildfire that started early monday. the fire has grown to 850 acres.but containment is now 50 percent.up from just 20 percent yesterday. 22 sructures have been lost, including more than a dozen homes. >> reporter:the u-s forest service has released this map. it shows the perimiter of the fire.what has burned so far.you see the ocean to the left. the area that's burned the west of highway one.right up to the roadway in some areas.but the fire has not jumped the highway. >> reporter:the national weather service says there's a 20 percent chance for rain thursday.but winds have picked up too.helping fan the flames. >> reporter:hundreds of firefighters are out there working to protest homes. >> reporter:this video from monday is courtesy of our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. no injuries to report.the cause is unknown. crews say they hope to have the fire fully contained by friday. >> pam: authorities say a former firefighter was the person behind the deadly clover fire in redding. >> pam: the rural wildfire in shasta county happened in september. the blaze killed one person
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and destroyed hundreds of officials say zane peterson was arrested for allegedly starting two fires that turned into the massive clover fire. he's also accused of starting six other fires since september. >> pam: the city of san francisco now eyeing it's next plastic target. the board of supervisors is plastic water bottles! if approved this would apply to all events on san francisco city property by 20-16. >> pam: the effort is meant reduce plastic waste. city officials also want to add more drinking fountains near public spaces to allow residents to refill reusable water bottles. >> pam: this proposed ban would not apply to sporting events within the city. >> pam: it's the 11th straight day of spare the air alerts but tonight the skies seem to be clearing up bay area resident's can breathe easier. >> pam: this is a side by side comparison of the skies over san francisco. this is video from earlier today and from yesterday from our james lick camera. for more on the improving air quality. here's kron 4's chief meterologist jacqueline bennet.
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>> jacqueline: we definitely noticed the better in quality today. so here is to look at earlier today you can see that it is a lot clearer today so if you like to send and a picture where we can use on campus tended to breaking news at kron4 dot com or send it to me at facebook fan page. here is another picture from a few hours later with clouds rolling and derrick so we did see sunshine to start the day but cloudy towards the man in of the day. >> jacqueline: we also sings body like showers down in the far south bay with morgan hill like rain earlier but now over the diablo range. satellite
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repair picture at this hour showing spotty rang out around the northern california with more in the secret iran and lake tahoe. around the sierra and lake tahoe. so when did by its rich enough that. so went off that >> jacqueline: thru tomorrow evening from 60 mi. an hour in those areas. spotty showers will come along with thick with black and buys risk in of back and the higher terrain with 40 mi. gaullist in '60s in those areas. at 20 to 30 mi. an hour and a lower elevations. temperatures out the door tomorrow morning will be more mild thinks to be
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accepted extra clout coverage creek chili into the afternoon with clear skies after tomorrow morning as for the sierra we are expecting some snow with the winter advisory but not very wide spread on the reno side. >> jacqueline: >> jacqueline: so let's get a look at the extended forecast. rain out there with spine tingling and into tomorrow morning went as while chile to my money but improving conditions in to the weekend. >> pam: purchasers of health care coverage including those taking part in the covered california health plan are going to get some additional time to pay. >> pam: the health insurance industry says consumers who select a plan by monday of next week will have until january 10th to pay their first month's premium. >> pam: that's instead of a
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previous new year's eve deadline set by the government. for coverage to take effect, consumers will have to make sure they pay their initial premium on time. >> pam: changes could be coming to the national security agency's surveillance program. the white house has released results of an independent review caling to keep the telephone metadata in place, but with tighter constraints and greater transparency from the n-s-a. president barack obama will decide which of the over 40 recommendations will be accepted, revised or rejected. >> pam: the release of the report comes two days after a federal judge in washington ruled the n-s-a's daily collection of americans' phone records as unconstitutional on privacy grounds. >> pam: connie upper the texas teenager who got probation for driving drunk and killing four people-- might have to spend some time in prison after all.
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>> catherine: crouch probation triggered national outrage. now the local d-a wants to bring new charges against the 16-year-old -- on behalfthe two people who were injured in the crash. they were both riding in the back of his pick-up truck. one has internal injuries - the other is paralyzed. ethan's defense team had argued that he was the victim of what they called "affluenza" -- in other words his wealthy parents had brought him up in a way that meant he didn't understand the consequences of his actions. the new charges could lead to 3 years behind bars. >> pam: we will tell you what the suspect were after appeared and then help at all like christmas break christmas prank led to some real world problems for this bay area school.
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>> pam: we will tell you help a bay area carriers are making sure needy families are prepared for the holiday
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>> reporter: this is the paradise baptist church in oakland the family came on and may increase statement it is the private visual no media allowed. asking for prayers in more prayers. and asking that the hospital have more compassion. this official should last about an hour. vigil for jahi mc- math >> reporter: after a big
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story was posted on any humorous side and nine year old boy suspended for it wishing a teacher mary christmas spirit the story one bible and a lot of people did not understand that it was a joke there received threatening e- mail's and they had to obtain more security and contacted the police to keep them alert. >> reporter: the suspect pulled up and took a chain wrapped all round the atm attached to a pillar and attempted to pull the atm off. the chain broke and grab the atm and placed it in the back of the truck and pulled off. the suspects have not been found but the atm was recovered. >> reporter: vallejo police report vallejo police department is looking for
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suspect involved in a crime at the chevron gas station. restrain >> hands with some type of toy handcuff and fled out the door. >> reporter: they're stunned to see if this is connected to another arm rory at a mcdonald's restaurant earlier this week. in vallejo kron 4 news >> reporter: permanent fix to those cracked a bolt on the eastern span to the bay bridge has been installed. needed after workers discovered in march that the 32 in a series of 96 boats of the new span had cracked. >> combination that those polls were supposed to provide accurate >> reporter: continuing into the summer and the report will be issued and caltran
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and other agencies involved in the new eastern span will decide if other changes need to be made. in oakland kron 4 news. >> reporter: you can see this ripped out of the front yard. sustained damage over the night with the wild and regard to the wild pigs and we will talk more about this at the clock creek j.r. stone kron 4 news >> reporter: the search continued to burn over 800 a. and evacuations are still in place distraint 22 structures in still numerous road closures in of that the out the area they are working to keep the blaze from highway 1 01. charles clifford kron 4 news. >> reporter: overnight
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celebrity at local gift shop for selling be making a million jackpot ticket. honor of james gift shop want a ticket for $1 million. he sold one he sold the make a million ticket. georgia woman has claimed half the price in san jose brought fladeboe kron 4 news >> reporter: this is an event that has been happening in the neighborhood for several years thousands of people are lined up to received a bag of groceries and some have been waiting in line as early as yesterday afternoon. they will also give away several hundred
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bags of groceries tomorrow afternoon. >> jacqueline: storm trecker showing a little bit of rain other than that we are pretty much dried. this is not a very strong system kind of spot t garretotty. somey winds picked up main pushing through appeared went as pfizer has been issued the delta, east bay hills and diablo range for all highlighted on the screen print from midnight to 6:00 in the evening. when setting up to 60 mi. per hour. >> jacqueline: not much
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rain. we have talked about the land that could cost down wire in trees. we have talked about the wind. causing down trees and downed lines. not the main range but we will seek a few inches community in the region not to be fun. here is a look at the extended forecast with more rain and wind tomorrow by friday a chilly start but by the weekend pretty mild all away on around the bay >> pam: a slight mix up at the atlanta zoo not keeping zoo keepers from celebrating the recent birth of twin pandas! >> pam: the bay area's
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>> pam: service is being
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offered at three of bart busiest stations west oakland for danville safety is scores will be available. from 5 in the evening until late at night. west oakland station there will also be to patrol in case you do not want to walk in the dark creek remain alert and aware of your surroundings string shopping holiday season. >> pam: mei lun and mei huan were born in july.and their sex was originally determined to be male. but blood tests have recently determined the twin cubs are in fact females. despite the gender confusion, the cubs are doing well and have just learned to climb.
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>> reporter:oh the joy of shopping, this owner of this car was so good. good answer. check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants.
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(male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter: this owner of this card was excited the trunk was left open and if there was anything in the trunk let's just say it's gone now, so maybe i'll help them in the spirit of the holiday >>trunk slams shut >> reporter:this lady is having a little parking spot maybe a good upstanding citizen will step dan. >> reporter:you coming in? come on come one alright turn there you go comeon one some more sop back up a little bit i know it hard to see sometimes so just be careful and don't leave your purse in the front seat
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>> know. no. >> reporter:like the driver of this mercedes benz, purse on the floor or this mini cooper fill with luggage >> reporter:even is you have a bike it might be a good idea to drop it off before going shopping and especially wrapped gifts way to tempting now keep in mind since the rules of the road don't apply on private property this here parking lot common courtesy must kick in >> reporter:they were arguing about this suv being parked next to this suv so the lady who did the worst parking climbed in the passenger side and re adjusted her suv >> reporter:that was better, i guess she wont be upset now right? you know what she don't let me park but the worst offender in a parking lot which actually does fall uner the vehicle code it parking illgally in diabled parking spots you got a placard right you got a disabled placared don't you sorry about that >> reporter:seconds later this mini van parked in the same spot and a lady in a
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wheelchair appeared >> reporter:we have a hard time to park? >> reporter:remember to use common courtesy while shopping and try not to run over the employess getting the shopping carts in daly city stanley roberts kron 4 news >> pam: jason has that >> pam: jason has that answer [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world answer and all the sports of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone 'round. a smoked, shank half ham
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >>video >> reporter:lon simmons on the call with that great steve young touchdown run against the vikings back in 1988.young subbing for the injured joe montana. >> reporter:good evening everyone. we're leading up to monday night's regular season finale at candlestick by bringing you a classic moment every day this week. as for the current squad.patrick willis shares what the stick means to him >> i think every time we
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have the opportunity it will be a memory never forgotten. >> reporter: it's actually a pretty cool promotion for pepsi if you score a goal can or even the chance to hang out with former players. enough selling products. . still two games left in the regular season with lots on the line.so as for sometoday the niners placed fullback bruce miller on the season ending injured reserve with a broken shoulder blade. miller known as the swiss army knife because he can do a little bit of everything. that role now belongs to seldom used anthony dixon.once buried on the depth chart behind frank gore and kendall hunter.dixon will now be used in a more prominent role
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>> reporter: >> it is a lot of moving all round in motion. just getting the terminology down and positions correct. i have been doing this for two years. >> reporter:the nfl continues to crack down on illegal hits >> reporter: terrace bar than. terrance garvin. the hit did not look all that he legal but the end at el states and should have been called into play. he plans
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to appeal the fine. >> reporter: matt like stadium and jersey is the host of this year's super bowl. the n f l he admitted it today for a contingency plan in case of a snowstorm hit team like this one the past week. and as al saturday may benfl saturday , maybe. >> reporter:i say make it on saturday and make sunday a recovery day.
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>> pam: >> my wife can score more than two because i know my wife will at least... >> reporter: not pleased with a lost to murray state. >> reporter: did not put up big numbers. steph curry did play for 17 minutes. >> reporter: >> i felt pretty good.
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surely the surely get back to 100 percent. >> reporter: >>viseo >> reporter: 4 select players they will put their name on the back of the jersey. lebraun james will go with king james. lebraun james almost did not play due to a sprained ankle but he did play and he played well before mentioned the jesus shirt for ray allen he wins 9794.
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>> pam: will be back at 8 tonight stay in touch with kron4 dot com
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