tv KRON 4 Morning News KRON December 12, 2016 7:00am-10:01am PST
>> we have two major accidents, both in oakland, both on city streets. this is video from sky seven. we brought this to you live in the last hour. the first incident is in east oakland near the intersection of foothill and 23rd. it's a rollover. the vehicle on its roof. it crashed into a building, took down a power pole. we still don't know the condition of the driver, but we do know that foothill and 23rd is still closed to traffic. a major injury accident still under investigation by the oakland police department. they also have to repair those power poles. this intersection closed north of the maze. if you live or work in the area, definitely consider using market street instead of adeline.
will stay on top of it and let you know when these incidents clear and when the streets are back open to traffic. i'll have a complete check coming up in a few minutes. for now, we'll look at the weather. begin your forecast with that live look at the golden gate bridge. i want to point out the clouds we see overhead. starting with mostly cloudy skies. a slight chance you might catch a bit of sprinkle in the north bay, but at the moment the green we are catching on the radar right now are reaching the ground. temperatures, yes, it is on the chilly side this morning. bundle up the kids. 43 san rafael, 50 currently in san jose. here is your ready for school forecast. i talked about the kids a welcome -- a second ago. mid to upper 40s when classes begin at 8:00. it will begin to break up by noontime.
we are not warming temperatures a whole lot. it will be in the mid to upper 50s at best later this afternoon when we hit the 3:00 hour. partly cloudy skies, a little breezy, but dry. that's the important thing. today is dry. it all changes as we head into later on tomorrow and into wednesday. we could be looking at some big rain coming for thursday. that's the biggest of the storm but there will be a series this week. i'll walk you through the entire timing of it all. for now back to the news. happening now, a sinkhole has closed off access to a popular beach area in pacifica. >> live on the scene with more on the latest damage. >> reporter: now that the sun is up, you can see just how massive the sinkhole is. we are at the top of the cliff. you can see part of the walkway actually collapsed and fell
down into that sinkhole. it looks like a little basketball court. that's how big it is. it was discovered on saturday. some people discovered it on sunday when they were walking their dogs. the department of public works, the fire department, they came out here and roped it off. there is yellow tape at the top of the cliff. there is tape all along the way just to make sure that you clearly see this is blocked off to the public. erosion happening, once again, and it could get worse over the next couple days. it's expected to bring the biggest waves on tuesday and wednesday. we got the chance to talk to people who live here. they know all too well these erosions. here's what they have to say about this latest sinkhole. >> you just can't beat mother nature. it's such a huge force coming against the steps. >> there is all this erosion going on.
>> so we don't know when it will be fixed, if it can be fixed at all. in the meantime, they are making sure that it is closed off to everyone. let me show you how close it is to our location. we will swing the camera around. it's been going on for years, but earlier this year you see this apartment complex was yellow tagged, meaning -- meaning it was precarious. then a month later they said, forget about it. now this section is closed off. other parts of the apartment complex were demolished because they were too fearful of people living here, it collapsing into the ocean, and the sinkhole is probably 20 or 30 yards just from the apartment complex. back to you. 7:05. another big story we are following. one man injured after an officer involved shooting. there was a man leading police
on pursuit. here's how it ended from the breaking news desk. >> reporter: that shooting happened in the palms plaza along the all the red highway. this all started around 5:00 yesterday evening when a woman called police to say that her son in law was in his car with a gun and wanted to be killed by police. about 30 minutes later police got a call of an erratic driver. deputies try to stop the man but he took off and headed north on the old redwood highway. the chase ended up palms plaza. that's when the man got out of his car and ran toward officers . the deputy says he saw the man pull out an object and point it at him like a gun. that's when officers returned fire. the man who has been identified as christopher eastwood of san francisco was shot in the shoulder. he was treated at the hospital and arrested on suspicion of felony assault. back to you. more breaking news we are
following this morning from overnight. a man shot in the head after a drive-by shooting in the north bay. police are looking for the gunman this morning. this happened before midnight on the 800 block of west avenue. police say the victim was driving his car and pulled to the side of the road where several men pulled up near his car and shot him in the head. the victim was able to drive away from the scene. he was actually treated and released from the hospital. 7:07. more than a week since the ghost ship warehouse burned down killing 36 people in oakland. now officials from the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives say they are done with the investigation. >> the fire started at a pipe -- at a party. investigators are looking at electrical items as a possible cause. they have ruled out a refrigerator. the atf will be holding a press conference on their findings tomorrow morning. fire officials say the building was not required to be inspected annually. the ghost ship fire is the deadliest building fire in the u.s. and more than a decade.
7:07. an artist who lives and works in similar warehouses in other parts of the bay area feel they might be threatened to leave their warehouses or the warehouse could be shut down. take a look at this one. it has been operating for more than 18 years. people who lived there say that they are now worried that fire inspectors will find them or make them leave. the owner of that space says it's not fair to compare them to the ghost ship. >> the mayor of richmond, he announced, basically, to the entire world, that we existed and that we were the next ghost ship, which i would take issue to. we really care about the welfare and safety of the people here. >> right now five people live at the warehouse. they say that they have already started making improvements and
to get the building up to code. people to continue mourned the loss of those who died in the ghost ship fire. we have the final list of names of all of the victims as well as attribute to them, who they were, and how they are being remembered. it's all on kron 4.com. the latest on president- elect donald trump's transition to the white house. the cia says russian hackers did interfere in our presidential election. >> but this morning donald trump rejects those claims. a look at the response. >> reporter: donald trump blasting the intelligence community assessment that russian hackers meddled in the presidential election. >> i don't really think it is russia, but who knows. i don't know either. they don't know and i don't know. >> the intelligence community is more confident that the hacks were meant to affect trump. only published documents from democrats, but it's not just democrats calling for action.
>> you can't make this issue partisan. it's too important. >> senator john mccain join lindsey graham and democratic senators jack reed and chuck schumer in calling for an investigation into the hacks. >> weather they intended to interfere to the degree that they were trying to elect a certain candidate. the ties to vladimir putin causing concern among some, including former trump rival marco rubio who tweeted sunday, being a friend of vladimir is not an attribute i am hoping for from a secretary of state. i am reid binion reporting. leaders meeting with president-elect donald trump later this week. sources say the meeting will include executives from apple, facebook, microsoft, and intel. some of the tech industry criticized donald trump saying he was stifling innovation.
silicon valley leaders have not confirmed if they are going to the meeting. trump criticized basil's, who also owns the washington post for the papers coverage of the campaign. chris christie report showing he turned down several positions in president-elect donald trump's administration. the new jersey governor rejected trump's offer of homeland security secretary and secretary of veterans affairs as well as ambassador to italy. sources at cnn say christie wanted the attorney general position. that nomination went to jeff sessions. christie was among trump's closest advisers during his campaign but was demoted shortly after the victory. a big story we are following. police have arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting a nine-year-old child. police say they began the investigation into the 53-year- old john logston when the child reported being abused. he was arrested after the child
positively identified him. according to officials, he was arrested on multiple rape charges and his bail is set for $1.5 million. also happening, police are asking if you can help identify this man who they found unconscious over the weekend in alameda. you can see now he is in the hospital. he is described as an asian man between 40 to 60 years old. he was wearing a black coat and a gray and black longsleeved shirt with the word maserati on it. he had blue sweatpants on and brown shoes and now he is in the hospital and they don't know who he is. alameda police department would like to hear from you if you have any clues. still had, general retailers accused of making you think their sales are better than they actually are. we will tell you about the new
taking look at the traffic. >> the problems are all on city streets. the freeways are okay but we are following a major injury accident at 40th and telegraph. excuse me, 40th and adaline. then we have a fatal one. it's been a tough morning. let's go outside. first, take a look at the drive into san francisco. the bay bridge toll plaza, 80 west backed up into the maze. it's going to be the usual jam up coming out of oakland headed into downtown. once again, the accident overturned at oakland just in case you are driving to the area, that's at foothill and 23rd. avoid that stretch. also, for those of you who traveled into and out of the maze, stay away from 40th and adaline. that involves a paratransit bus and a pedestrian.
the ride through the tolls building up. a couple minor accidents that were quickly cleared. traffic just never recovered. pretty much bumper to bumper from now all the way till 11:00 this morning. 30 minutes from the foot of the maze rolling off to the fremont street exit. right on 92, not a big problem right now, it's just packed. leaving hayward, it's backed up beyond the toll plaza but it will get better by the time you reach the high-rise. it's not this slow all the way across. 318 -- 31 minutes. the ride to the richmond san rafael bridge, heavy as usual. drivetime still holding it 18 minutes. less than 20, which is good. no problems here across the golden gate. a quick 32 minute trip for novato over to the toll plaza. coming up, a look at more dry times. i will track that commute. it's getting packed out there. i will have another look coming up in a few minutes.
for now, we check out the weather. start of the forecast with alive look outside. our camera at sfo showing us cloudy conditions overhead. i just checked the airport not reporting any delays yet. sometimes that happens with the cloud cover, but so far so good. it is chilly. we got 48 degrees in san francisco. same temperature across the bay. slightly warmer in san jose. if you headed inland into the east bay and north bay, things chill down quick. 46 concord and livermore. santa rosa 38 degrees. it is a cold start. it will stay chilly all day long . highs not expected out of the upper 50s. 56 in san francisco, 60 in san jose. that will probably be the warmest temperature we see anywhere around the bay. sunshine today, but as you can see, it doesn't do a whole lot informing us up. today is dry. that's the important thing to take away from the forecast. things change as we head into tuesday night and especially wednesday. here's the situation.
we've got a stream of moisture. you see it on the left-side of your screen. it goes all the way down who -- down to hawaii. this will continue to flow over the bay area beginning tuesday night. wednesday looks to be a day where we could see some rain potentially for the north bay. looks like most of it will stay north of the golden gate bridge. this is 5:45 in the morning on wednesday. that's kind of the orientation of the rain headed from the golden gate bridge toward the oregon border. it will lift a little bit as we head into late wednesday night, but then it comes right down. in fact, it's the thursday system that looks to be impacting the entire bay area. that could very well bring us heavy rain for most of the day. as you can see, a fast forward in time. we are still looking at this front sitting right over the bay area. could be looking at the potential urban flooding. could be looking at downed trees because this will bring with it wins. thursday is a key day in the forecast.
maybe the north bay gets showers, but not much everywhere else. thursday's system is a different story. that's when we are watching very carefully here. by friday it moves on. the weekend looks great. thursday is the key day that we will watch carefully. the next three days, as i said, showers begin. mostly a north bay event. a few sprinkles elsewhere. that thursday forecast we break down in detail. keep it tuned to kron 4. back to the news. watching the stars and hoping for snow in the sierra because they had rain over the weekend. here is a live look from kirkwood. reporting a foot and a half of snow. many resorts saw a lot of rain that washed away a lot of the snow this weekend. watching the weather nationally as well. bracing for storms here already dealing with severe wintry weather. winter weather now taking aim on parts of the great lakes
and the northeast this morning. forecasters say snow, freezing rain, and rain are expected and winter storm warnings have been issued today. this is video from chicago as they got there first major snowfall over the weekend. as of last night, the snowstorm had dumped more than half foot of snow on several states causing dangerous travel conditions this morning. a lot of schools are closed. up to 10 inches of snow is expected to fall in parts of michigan. more than 1500 flights were canceled at chicago and detroit airports from over the weekend. and this was the scene in detroit as a plains get off the runway. this happened yesterday when the airlines of the plane went off the runway after landing. dozens of passengers were escorted off the planes back entrance. the plane was stuck for hours as crews worked to tow it from the area. the good news here, nobody was injured in that plane incident. and there was a warning for drivers to be extra cautious during the snowstorms. the state
patrol and minnesota says there has been more than 500 crashes since snow began falling there saturday afternoon. back to you. and the wet weather over the weekend cause major problems in the bay area, including downed trees. take a look at this one. it came crashing down in alamo. a 250-year old oak tree came down on saturday night ripping through concrete, broke the fence and fell on someone's property. it took hours to clean it up in the backyard and it damaged parts of the roof as well. >> i went outside and i can't believe what i'm seeing. all the siding on the back of the house. >> she is just glad no one was hurt. she noticed a couple years ago that tree was starting to lean. it took a couple years, but it did come down. in the national news, three different countries
investigating a series of terror attacks from the weekend. the attacks included the bombing of a cathedral in cairo, egypt where 25 people were killed. a car bomb killed 20 at one of the city sports. both of those attacks happened sunday morning but the deadliest attack happened late saturday night in istanbul, turkey. that's were to bombs killed 38 people. most of the victims were police officers. both bombings were caught on camera 3150 others were injured in the attacks and they took place outside a soccer match. a kurdish military group is claiming responsibility for that attack saying they wanted to target police. and police officers were also the target of the attack in somalia. a militant group with ties to al qaeda has claimed responsibility for that attack. so far no group has claimed responsibility for the cairo attack. in national news, a guilty verdict in the shooting death of former nfl star will smith. a new orleans jury voted to convict cardell hayes last night . last april hayes shot the former saints player after a traffic dispute, and smith's
wife was also shot during that incident, but she has since recovered. hayes had argued that he fired in self-defense. he faces up to 40 years in prison now. ronald gasser charged with manslaughter. police say he admitted to shooting mcknight after the two of them got into an angry car chase. knew this morning, a former jetblue flight attendant accused of leaving behind 70 pounds of cocaine at lax set to plead guilty. she dropped her carry-on luggage and ran out of the airport after being randomly selected for security screening. then she wound up turning herself in across the country at jfk in new york a few days later. reynolds faces a mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison.
and politics. republicans eagerly planning initial votes next month and dismantling president obama's healthcare law. they worry the party will face angry voters. republicans say they first want to vote to unwind as much of the healthcare law as they can. it wouldn't take effect for the next three years. that would give them and president-elect donald trump time to rewrite new legislation constructing a new healthcare system for the country. many congressional republicans worry they'd be vulnerable during the transition. for major retailers facing a lawsuit this morning accused of misleading customers about how much they really are saving when the items are marked down to sale or clearance price. the loss -- the lawsuit was filed in los angeles. the city attorney says at macy's, sears, colt, and
jcpenney's, they inflated some of the original prices of thousands of products to make it look like you're getting a better deal than you really are with the sale price. the type of advertising would be illegal in california. the companies have not commented. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, a warning as many people are getting holiday packages delivered to their homes. police are looking for yet another thief who stole the package. we will tell you where it happened caught on camera. after the break, we will have the golden globe nominations. they were just announced live on our air this morning.
welcome back. 7:26. following two major accidents on city streets in oakland this morning. looking at a video of the same from an overturned crash. this car crashed into a building . the driver ran away from the scene. this is a hit and run leaving the passenger behind. the passenger was transported off to the hospital but we don't know the condition of that person. this is in east oakland near 23rd and foothill, which is completely closed to traffic right now. consider international as an alternate. you see a power pole was struck as well, so we may have a small power outage in the area. we are also following the second major accident in oakland as well. this is sort of north of the maze, north of 580 near the
intersection of 40th and adeline. this involves a paratransit bus. this is a confirmed fatality. this also causing some traffic delays for people who live and work in the area. avoid 40th and adeline. consider using market street as an alternate. we will stay on top of both incidents. i will have another complete check coming up in a few minutes. 7:28. new this morning, the musical lala land is leading the way with the golden globe nominations. seven nominations. >> earning nominations for its lead actors emma stone and ryan gosling. also nomination for best picture in the comedy or musical category. also nominated are the 20th century women, deadpool, florence foster jenkins. >> i only know deadpool. >> they choose kind of small movies sometimes. when it comes to best drama, hacksaw bridge, which i know, manchester by the
sea. i don't think that's even playing around my neighborhood yet. and moonlight. >> and happening today, tickets to see hamilton in san francisco go on sale to the general public . >> but you have to act fast. presale tickets sold out in less than four hours. that's why i couldn't get through. four hours and they were gone. the popular broadway musical coming to the bay area in march . the theater in san francisco give members the first chance at tickets. that american express card got second round. the tickets become available to the public at 10:00 this morning. face value range from $100 to $525. it opens march 10th and goes to august 15th. >> i've got four tickets. >> no, i don't. nobody does.
hears alive look. we've got a storm headed our way, folks. it's going to be a wet week. i will explain which day of the several ahead of us will get the hardest rain. two people are robbed at gunpoint. now police are trying to figure out if it's connected to a string of those robberies. that story coming up in a live report. ♪ happy holidays from crayola.
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took out a power pole. this is in east oakland near the intersection of foothill and 23rd. the driver ran away from the scene, left the passenger behind. the passenger was transported to the hospital. we do not know the condition of that person but police are still searching for the driver. you see the power pole down in the street. a major intersection to avoid. foothill is closed right now at the intersection of 23rd or right between 23rd and miller. the bus struck a person in a wheelchair and unfortunately that person did not survive the crash. this is 40th and adeline. this is north of the maze. right at that oakland emeryville border. this intersection also closed. consider using market street instead of adeline. that will give you access. coming up, we take a look at the beaches. i will check that
drive time in a bit. let's get your forecast now. we begin with a quick look this morning of what the view is like enrichment. thank you for sending us this picture showing the incredible cloud cover. dramatic shot. as a reminder, if you want to and we would really like you to, take pictures of the weather coming in. snap the picture, click that button, and it instantly comes to our newsroom. that's a great way to get extended coverage. a good reminder there. here's a satellite view with a bit of the radar overlaid on top. the radar picking moisture high in the air. it's not reaching the ground. look at this stream of clouds that are moving our direction from the pacific. they are coming from way far out there when those to clash,
that means the weather around the bay. it will start tuesday night. i think the bulk of the rain will stay north, but by thursday looks like widespread rain around the bay. that's kind of how we break down the forecast here. today is fine. don't worry about today. most of tomorrow is fine as well but today partly cloudy and dry. tomorrow showers begin in the evening. most of the day you are okay but you could see showers begin to roll in tuesday night and certainly through the day on wednesday. thursday we have that widespread rain. looks like it could be the stronger of the two systems. exactly what we expect and the impacts around the bay and the potential cause for damage coming up. all that information straight ahead. happening now in the east bay, police are looking for the
man who robbed two people at gunpoint near the uc berkeley campus. >> this is the latest in a series of armed robberies in the last month. >> reporter: police are trying to figure out whether or not the latest incident is connected to a string of other robberies that have occurred around the city. this latest one makes eight in just the last few weeks. according to the berkeley police department, the latest one happened yesterday morning around 12:30 at the corner of ellsworth and durrant avenue. they say to people were walking when they were approached by a man with a gun who demanded their property and that's what they did. they turned over that property to him and he fled on foot. not a great description. this is a string of robberies that have occurred over the last couple weeks. four of them happened in the area of virginia . in those four cases, similar
with a man with a gun approaching a single victim or multiple victims and steals their property. two other incidents in north berkeley. they say the person produced a knife and robbed its victims at knife. . obviously, the berkeley police are trying to determine weather or not these crimes are related. they are asking people to be on the lookout. breaking news out of georgia were two police officers were shot. details from the breaking news desk. the shooting happened around 2:30 this morning when officers were serving a warrant during a drug raid in the city of byron. here is video of the scene. officers knocked on the door of
a home, but nobody answered so the officers said they had a search warrant. when they walked in, someone started shooting at them. the officers returned fire and shot the suspect. the gunman died at the scene. one officer was treated for his injuries and released. we will continue to follow the story for you and bring you updates as they come in. back to you. 7:37. happening on the east bay, police looking for a gunman after a man was shot in oakland. that was around 2:30. police found a man suffering from a gunshot wound and right now there's no word on his condition. we are waiting for an update from police. in the east bay, police in newark asking for help finding a man who stole a package. here is a look at the surveillance video captured from the homeowners camera. this happened thursday outside the home in cabernet avenue.
neighbors say this incident is unusual for their community. >> we don't usually have problems in this neighborhood. i see them leave packages on porches all the time here but i've never seen anybody take anything. >> sometimes we come with our doors unlocked. no one takes anything. >> police have posted a video on their facebook page hoping someone recognizes the thief. back with more in just a few minutes. let's go to the east bay first. police arrested a woman and man after finding drugs and a large amount of stolen mail and that's another story that we are following but will be back with more weather and news and traffic in just a minute as well as gary's world. just a few minutes away now. we'll be talking football. how bad are the 49ers, and whose fault is it?
no major hot spots welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. 7:41. following two major accidents in the city of oakland this morning. this is video from sky seven showing you a major injury accident. it's a hit and run involving a vehicle that crashed into a building, hit a power pole, flipped on its roof near the intersection of 23rd and foothill. that area still blocked to traffic. foothill closed between miller and 23rd. if you live or work in the area, hop over to international and use that instead. we are waiting for an update on this incident here. the second major accident we
are following this morning is in north oakland at the oakland emeryville border. this involves a wheelchair. you can see the pedestrian in the middle of your screen. once again, 40th and adaline just north of the maze. still close to traffic as crews investigate this incident as well. if you find that you get stuck in this closure, hop over to market street and use that instead of adaline. back to the news now. 7:42. samsung is making it more difficult for customers to keep using the galaxy phones. >> that's the smart phone they stopped selling due to a battery issue that caused some of the funds to catch fire while they were charging. >> more than 90 percent of all of those have been returned, but that means that some people are still out there using them and samsung doesn't want them to for safety. to make sure in the way of getting rid of the rest of the cones is interesting. samsung is releasing software
on december 19th. if you download it, it will block your notes seven from recharging. >> when the battery runs out, it's unusable. not everyone is supporting samsung's decision. verizon saying they will not push that update to its customers who are using the recalled notes seven. still had on the kron 4 morning news, tracking weather around the bay. a great shot from lyons in brentwood. thank you for sending this in. clouds over the bay. keep those photos coming in, especially when the storms arrive. this shot shows you that long train of moisture heading our way from hawaii. we break down when the heaviest rain is expected this week.
face? you know why? i'm the kind of sports fan that's miles. the kind of sports fan i am, as you know, i don't watch the game. i just talk about them and i don't care. >> that's always good for credibility. >> i'm interested in discussing it. i just don't want to sit through it. in fact, better that you only watch the first half of that terrible 49ers game. >> man, it's funny. i always thought chip kelly deserves another chance, but when you watch the second half and his body language, you know, obviously, it wasn't all him. to lose to a bad team like that. 17-3, they had a leak. >> how do they blow a 14-point lead? like chipset, it was his fault. he is shouldering the blame for that, but the players were doing it. >> that's a tough one. they have hit rock bottom. >> we keep wondering where is the bottom and when do the heads roll?
we have seen four games upon games the banners flying over with the signs in the sky saying what the answer is. the last one that flew over this game was it said, you reap what you sow, fire bulky. the word on the street is, gary, the word on the street is that he is out and that mom and dad are moving in and they're going to take over for jed. be more involved and bring in mike shanahan. either the general manager or maybe for kelly. >> i hadn't heard the mom and dad. that's something new. >> this is what i do. i scour for the word on the street. >> yes. it's just a shame. jet has backed him through harbaugh, two date with kelly. i don't want to say they got in this mess, but they started with his dad.
>> he won two super bowls coaching in denver. he was assistant coach, the offense of coordinator with the 49ers when they won their last super bowl. he is very experienced. >> what i feel bad for is you hear some of these fans when harbaugh was the coach and they were winning, they paid anywhere from 30 to $80,000 for those personal seat. you know, you buy them at a time where you think, hey, it's an expense but it's certainly worth it. and then you are handed this
product. i can see why they are upset. >> don't get upset about the war years losing. have room to lose. they proved it again. they came back and beat the timberwolves right after that. i don't like the steps, but this one i like. 111 regular-season games are gone without a back-to-back loss, which is the most in nba history. 16 more than anybody else already and counting. >> that's more than the last really gate team with jordan. they have lost back to back. >> the streak is -- they have kept their streak alive by not losing back-to-back. >> that's a good step. >> that's from not watching the game. that's just from keeping your ear to the street. >> that's what i'm here for. you watch, i will talk. now, i never watch soccer, and
for good reason. the stanford game is a perfect reason why i don't like watching soccer. an hour and a half with nobody scoring anything. 110 minutes with no score. >> i didn't watch that game but i kept my ear to the street and i was told that if nobody scored, that's pretty dull. >> it's great at the end. i wouldn't mind tuning in for the penalty kicks at the end, and the goalie. so they went for the second straight year. they get the title. >> good for them. it's pretty exciting if you were rooting for the stanford or if you are a member of the team or all of that. sometimes if you are kind of on the fringe and you tune in, i like to see some scoring. >> again, not during the game at all, but i like to clip together the goalie. it amazes me that they are flying at the ball.
when the ball is flying at me, my inclination is to do this. anytime a ball comes my way, i do not catch it. i avoided. the worst sports of any type ever. >> just getting off you for a moment. >> i love watching them fly at the ball. it's just wrong to do that. >> we should congratulate stanford for winning the title. >> it's second year in a row. that's the last time i'll ever talk about soccer. okay. i want to ask you, if you are a meathead and then you imitate a meathead, like if you're acting like another meathead, i don't know if that's acting. you look at the performance on saturday.
>> just me, my five brothers, 800 friends. where huge sunglasses. >> i do like it. you can tell he's being gronkowski. that's so funny. meathead, meathead. i think he did a very good job. >> he's going the same route as the rock. >> absolutely. >> not that i'm worried, but i'd be interested to see how saturday night fill that void with bill clinton and trump. that was the main focus of the show. >> alec baldwin is still doing his trump thing. >> did he do it on saturday? >> i thought he would be done with it, but he is still going. charles barkley is the host, if
you can't tell. connor mcgregor, the mma guy is in this game show. and john daly all being played by actors. there is john daly. >> that's all good stuff. do you watch saturday night live? >> it's too late for me, even on the weekends. i can't step like maybe past 10:00 on the weekends. >> how talented you are to be able to not watch anything and still comment. >> it's all about replays. i don't need anything live. i really don't. i don't even need a game life. i watch it the next day. see you later.
disney's "moana" continued to hold its spot on top of the box office. this is the third weekend in a row that "moana" has taken the top spot bringing in more than 18- million dollars which brings the movie's thre over the weekend holding onto the top spot at the box office. >> it's the third weekend in a row it's brought in more than $18 million. and then there was office party. office christmas party. to capitalize on the christmas audience. >> the harry potter spinoff. that came in third place
followed by a rival and doctor strange. coming up at 8:00, several storms headed to the bay area that could bring a wallop. what you need to know for the wet weather ahead. and the sinkhole closes off access to a popular beach pre- live on the scene. a look at the damage. following several hotspots. a busy morning on bay area street. we will tell you what you need to know before you head out the door.
4 morning news... deputies shoot a man ion the north bay after a miles long pursuit. i'm at the breaking news desk with a look at what led up to i'm at the breaking news desk with a look at what led up to that shooting and a major sinkhole opens in pacifica. i'll have the latest in a live report. and rain coming to the
bay area. i'll have the latest on the timing of the next round of storms. ) >>male announcer:this is the bay area news station,kron 4 morning news starts now >>robin winston: took down a power pole and it looked over this may be a hit and run crash we're waiting for update stay away from foothill and 23rd
>>will tran: it will currently grow of the next couple days the sinkhole was so massive looks like a mini basketball court a lot of people rely on this pact with to get down to the beach but nodded to see all the yellow tape is a closed off until it is repaired there is no accident for people living near this tape is a closed off until it is repaired there is no accident for people living near this areano carrierringringconnect 30 a big story we are
following this morning... one man is injured after an officer involved shooting after a man led police on a pursuit through petaluma and windsor. anny hong is at the breaking news desk this morning with more on exactly what happened. anny. the shooting happened in the palms plaza along the old redwood highway in windsor. it all started around 5:00 yesterday evening when a woman called police to say that her son-in-law was in his car with a gun and wanted to be killed by police. about 30 minutes later police got a call of an erratic driver. deputies tried to stop the man but he took off and headed north on the old redwood highway. the chase ended at palms plaza in windsor. that's when when the man got out of his car and ran towards officers. a deputy says he saw the man pull out an object
and point it at him like a gun. that's when he returned fire. the man, who has been identified as christopher eastwood of san francisco, was shot in the shoulder. he was treated at the hospital and arrested on suspicion of felony assault. the man, who has been identified as christopher eastwood, was shot in the shoulder. he was treated at the hospital and arrested on suspicion of back to you.... breaking news from overnight... a man is shot in the head after a drive by shooting in the north bay... and police are looking for the gunman this morning. it happened just before midnight on the 800-block of west avenue. police say the victim was driving his car and pulled to the side of the road. several men then pulled up near his car and shot at the man in the head. the victim was able to drive away from the scene. he was treated and released from the hospital this morning. police do not have a description of the group of men. it's been more than a week since the ghost ship warehouse fire in that killed 36 people in oakland. and now officials from the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives say they have completed their investigation at the scene. the fire
started at a party back on december second. investigators are looking at electrical items as the cause of the fire. they have ruled out a refrigerator as the cause. the a-t-f will be holding a press conference on their findings on tomorrow morning. fire officials say the building was not required to be inspected annually. the ghost ship fire is the deadliest building fire in the u-s in more than a decade. and artists who live and work in similar spaces say they now feel threatened they will be forced to shut down. "burnt ramen" is an artist collective in richmond. it has been operating off espee avenue for 18-years. people who live there say they are now worried fire inspectors will fine them or make them leave. the owner of the space says it is not fair to compare them to the ghost ship.
right now five people live at "burnt ramen". they say they have already started making improvements to get the building up to code. and people continue to mourn the loss of the 36 victims who lost their lives in the deadly ghost ship fire. on our website we have the final list of names of the victims ... as well as a tribute for each of them as friends and family remember their loved ones. it's all on kron-four-dot-com. coming up on the kron 4 morning news... swollen rivers...flooded resorts... and mudslides on both slopes of the sierra ... we'll look at what weekend rain did to the mountains.. and later... donald trump looks to make nice with some titans of the tech industry. but first.. an arrest in the case of a sexual assault of a 9-year-old child in the east bay... details after
a big story we are following... police in suisun city have arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old child. suisun city police say they began an investigation into 53-year-old john logsdon when the child reported being abused. logsdon was arrested after the child positively identified him. according to officials logsdon was arrested on multiple rape charges. his bail has been set at one-point-five million dollars. ad lib weather tease.
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toss wx. weather update: dry weather can be expected today along with partly cloudy skies and seasonably cool temperatures.rain is forecast to return to the northern part of the region by tomorrow and to all areas by thursday.local heavy rain is possible, especially on thursday, along with locally strong and gusty winds. no major hot spots
weekend caused some major problems around the bay area including downed trees .... take a look at this.... a 250-year-old oak tree came crashing down on saturday night in alamo. it ripped up concrete, broke through the fence and fell onto someone's property. it took hours to clean up the mess in their backyard. the crash also damaged parts of the roof above the home's storage room. the home owner says a
couple of years ago she noticed the tree started leaning. she says she is grateful that no one was hurt when the tree came down. now to the latest on president-elect donald trump's transition to the white house... the c-i-a says russian hackers did interfere in the presidential election. and this morning ... donald trump is rejecting those claims. reid binion show us how he is responding. donald trump / -r- president-elect: "no, i don't believe that at all."donald trump -- blasting the intelligence community's assessment that russian hackers meddled in the presidential election.donald trump / president-elect: "it could be russia. i don't really think it is, but who knows? i don't know either. they don't know and i don't know."the intelligence community is more confident now than ever that the hacks were meant to influence the election in favor of trump, according to multiple sources....the new york times -- reporting over the weekend that the c-i-a thinks russians hacked both parties......but only published documents from democrats.but it's not just democrats who are now calling for action.sen. john mccain / -r- arizona: "you can't make this issue partisan; it's too important."senator john mccain -- joining fellow republican senator lindsey graham and democratic senators jack reed and chuck schumer in calling for an investigation into the
russian hacks.sen. john mccain / -r- arizona: "whether they intended to interfere to the degree that they were trying to elect a certain candidate, i think that's the subject of investigation."russia will also be a sticking point for trump regarding his leading candidate in the search for secretary of state -- exxon mobil chairman and c-e-o rex tillerson.tillerson's ties to vladimir putin -- already causing concern among some, including republican senator and former trump rival marco rubio, who tweeted sunday, quote:"being a 'friend of vladimir' is not an attribute i am hoping for from a secretary of state"i'm reid binion reporting. and some top silicon valley leaders will meet with president-elect donald trump later this week. sources say the meeting in new york will include executives from apple, facebook, microsoft and intel. much of the tech industry criticized trump during his campaign, saying he would stifle innovation. some prominent silicon valley leaders have not yet confirmed they are going to meet trump. they include twitter c-e-o jack dorsey and amazon founder jeff bezos. trump
criticized bezos, who also owns the washington post, for the paper's coverage of the campaign. still ahead on the kron four morning news... police are searching for a thief who stole a package in the east bay... we'll show you who police are looking for right now. and a verdict in the shooting death of a former n-f-l star during a traffic dispute... details... next.
in national news ... a guilty verdict in the shooting death of former n-f-l star will smith. a new orleans jury voted to convict cardell hayes last night of multiple charges, including manslaughter. last april, hayes shot the former saints player after a traffic dispute. smith's wife was also shot during the incident, but has since recovered. hayes had argued he fired in self defense he faces up to forty years in prison when he is sentenced in february. dave weather áááábreakáááá
weather update: dry weather can be expected today along with partly cloudy skies and seasonably cool temperatures. rain is forecast to return to the northern part of the region by tomorrow and to all areas by thursday.local heavy rain is possible, especially on thursday, along with locally strong and gusty winds.
happening now...police in the east bay are looking for the man who robbed two people at gunpoint near the u-c berkeley campus. this is just the latest in a series of armed robberies near the university in the last month. kron 4's jackie sissel is live at the berkeley police department with the details. police in the east bay looking for a man they say robbed two people at gunpoint near the u-c berkeley campus over the weekend. the robbery happened early sunday morning on ellsworth street near the berkeley campus. police say the man pulled a gun on the victims and demanded their property. the victims gave the man what he wanted and then he took off. this is just the latest
in a string of robberies near the campus. police are also investigating several armed robberies that happened on virginia street earlier this month. thanks jackie. we will check back with you through out the morning. for those happened in the area of virginia and shattuck. in all four of those a person earned a gun and stole property from the victims that he confronted. to others happened in north bergen and those involved a person with a knife. right now berkeley police are trying to figure out if all eight of these are connected in any way. this is a team or if they a are
team. working in unison. they are sending out warnings to people to be careful especially if your work desk walking alone on the berkeley street. if you see anything or hear anything, berkeley police ask you to come forward with information. >> thank you jackie. today marks six months since the nightclub in orlando slain. gunman opened fire inside the nightclub. early this morning, a crowd gathered for a moment of silence at the exact time the gunman started shooting on june 12. the gunman was shot and killed by police. only those with a direct connection to the shooting attended this ceremony. police are looking for a gunman in the east bay after man was shot in oakland. it happened around 1030 in the morning yesterday. police found a man in the location you see there on the map. we have no word on his condition right now.
they have not given us information about a possible shooter. here's the surveillance video capture by homeowners camera of a theft that happened on thursday. neighbors say it's unusual for this kind of things to happen in their community. >> we don't usually have problems in this neighborhood. i see them leave packages on the porches all the time, that we never see anyone take anything. >> sometimes we come out here and the doors are locked and no one takes anything. >> this video is posted on the facebook page. a man and woman are wanted after they found drugs and a large -- large amount of stolen mail in their van. it happened on ranch.-- drive at a walmart parking lot. police pulled a couple over because of an invalid
registration sticker. that's when they discovered the woman who was driving, she had a suspended license and was on probation. the man had multiple misdemeanor arrest out for him. they found drug paraphernalia and a big amount of stolen mail. police are warning people in pleasanton about a phone scam. a person's -- calls claiming to be from the police department. people receive calls from someone asking for donations on behalf of police. the caller says he's retired police officer. according to officials, the police department does not accept monetary donations. the body of a missing skier is found in the sierra. we'll tell you what led to his death. republican lawmakers can't wait to try to get rid of obamacare, doing so could cost them with voters. we'll explain next.
no major hot spots your bay bridge ride into san francisco heavy this morning. if you need to get in, you will be dealing with traffic holding up the foot of the maze. things get better across the upper deck. 15-20 minutes to get a free month start. the east bay hot spots on the freeways, some crowding 680 from dublin to fremont. it will take about 26 minutes. the nimitz recovering from the motorcycle accident on the hayward side. is about a 33 minute drive to get from 238 out to 237. it's a picking up but tracking major problems on city streets in oakland. republican -- republicans planning votes on dismantling obamacare. many worry that while congress tries to replace it, the party will place angry bear --
voters. republicans first want to unwind as much as the health care law as they can. but it wouldn't take effect for the next three years. that would give them in president-elect donald trump time to write new legislation constructing a new healthcare system. report -- republicans worry they will be vulnerable during the transition period. fisher-price is debunking any notion it has are themed playsets for toddlers. the image of this happy hour place that was shared on instagram. it was a meme. it shows three toddlers standing at the bar. to our holding beer bottles. the picture prompted twitter complaints against fisher-price because people thought it was real. they have responded this is not endorsed by them. it's not approved and not real. >> i like it. >> it's funny, but it's not
it looks like we get a break. yesterday was pretty good too. >> it was pretty good. >> tomorrow most of the day will be great as well, that late afternoon to evening, things get dicey. here's a look outside. we have high clouds and sunshine doing a good job breakthrough. giving some views of mt. diablo as seen from pleasant hill. it's kind of hard to make out because of the hayse. there's the mountain, right there. temperatures with a live look and sunshine, it has warmed
things yet, we are still 40 degrees in san francisco, 46 in oakland. we're looking at temperatures in the camera near the mid-40s. south bay 51 percent is a. pitchers today only warm-up to the upper 50s and maybe 60 degrees at best. it will be a chilly day for the most of the day. the jackie where in the morning, hang onto it. things change as we head into tomorrow. for the moment is just clouds, but there's more often the pacific. you can see a long line of clouds here stretching from hawaii to the bay area. that will bring moisture our direction. the timing of it probably will happen overhead sometime tuesday. writenow future cast 4, you can see the clouds beginning to pull back and sunshine coming through. it will clear for the afternoon and come back to the evening. fast-forward to early tuesday morning, again, we're talking about tuesday the beginning of
the storm system making an impact. by noon time, we could she -- cfu light showers. by 6 pm, it hasn't changed a whole lot. most of the activity stays north of the golden gate bridge for tuesday and even through most of wednesday. this is 1 am wednesday were starts pick up in activity. as we fast-forward two 8:45 am, the activity well to the north. when does the rest of the bay area getting on the rain action? that comes with storm number 2. that arise wednesday night in impacts all day thursday. this is what we can expect that storm system, widespread rain steady, heavy at times, accumulations from one inch in the urban areas around the bay all the way to four inches in the mountains. particularly in the north bay. possible flooding, not only urban flooding, the road ponding. be careful driving on tuesday. debris flows are possible in the burned areas of near clear
lake in the santa cruz mountains where we've had forest fires. a lot could run down with his heavy rain coming in. the winds the final element, 25- 35 and gusting to 45. that is strong enough with the saturated soil to bring down trees. some big trees and that could bring down power poles as well. which might mean power loss in your neighborhood. lots to prepare for with wednesday storm. we'll keep you updated as a moisture gets closer on thursday. keep it tuned to kron 4 news. let's get the update on traffic from robin. a live look at the trip on the bridge -- the san mateo bridge. the drivetime better, but traffic flow and bumper-to- bumper heading from hayward over to the peninsula. no major problems west on 92 only 18 minutes to make the connection out to 101. the bay bridge ride to san francisco this morning, a
couple offender bidders before the tolls. now it's problem free and a 15 minute trip to fremont street. in oakland, there's an accident on 580 w. near park blocking at least one lane. it is crawling and backed up the on 13. it kicked up the drivetime 247 minutes to get from castro valley into downtown oakland. issues on city streets working since the five -- 5:00 and 6:00 hour. north oakland a fatal accident and 40th is clouds. -- is closed. a car a pedestrian. the second problem is a rollover accident in east oakland. between 23rd and miller. driver spun out in crashed into a wall and took out a power pole and ran from the scene leaving the passenger behind with major injuries. crews are investigating here. international is the best
alternate. the rest of the bay area doing fine. improving on 580 w. 11 minutes from livermore into dublin. the 101 it into cupertino, drivetime 22 minutes. eight 8:50 a.m. is the time. rescuers believe they found the body of a missing skier in nevada. the man, in his 60s, got caught in an avalanche at the mount rose ski resort on saturday. the search began after the avalanche which happened at 10 am on saturday. one man made it out, but another man did not. they have found the body of that man now. >> it's a sad situation no matter how you look at it. but i do believe for the loved ones, it's easier to have that kind of closure than to have to continue to wait and have it be
an open-ended situation. >> now the body has been found, rescue jews -- rescue crews will be called from the mountain. we take a look at what you need to know. >> criminals try to find a way to get -- beat the cat and mouse game. dislike hackers on a computer system, today's cars are basically computers. if they can find a way to circumvent the antitheft technology, they will certainly try to do that.>> reporter: this device acquired from a third-party seller is similar to one discovered in 2013, that stump law enforcement. these were seen on security cameras across the country using an unknown device to unlock vehicles and still
valuables inside. now the mystery gadget has evolved into something worse. now the device can be used to start vehicles. allowing them to be easily stolen and driven off. it works on cars with a keyless remote and pushbutton ignition such as a previous. icd tested the device. >> we gathered 35 different vehicles that have the keyless remote and the pushbutton start. that's the kind this device works on. we were able to open 19 of them and drive off with 18 of them. which is kind of a frightening situation. >> reporter: they explain how it works. the driver leaves the vehicle and locks it with their keep our. standing within a few feet, the burglar use a component, call the relay box which deals the code from the unsuspecting drivers keep all. that code is relayed to the second box placed in the door and when the the polls on the handle, the car thinks is receiving the key fog signal and it unlocks. being the ignition can be turned on. i asked advice for preventing
this. >> there's not much can do now to stop this other than be aware , lookout for anybody suspicious in the neighborhood. they have to approach you, go by you within a few feet to get the signal and that also approach her car to unlock it and open it and drive it away.>> reporter: kron 4 news. 8:53 am, we told you about the new airport therapy pig. it prompted an animal rights group to urge the airport to stop selling pork. last week sfl debuted this pig and his mission is to help anxious travelers be able to not stress about flying. but people for the ethical treatment of animals is not happy. they issued a statement saying, encouraging travelers to pet when pig, while basically eating another pig, doesn't fly. the statement goes on to say, sfo can protect pigs and
passengers by encouraging restaurants to stop serving port. they hope to place begin ads throughout the airport. no response from the airport whether they will keep the therapy pig on. the dow jones industrial average is going towards record highs daily. the dial and s&p at record highs. over the 18,900 mark. the dow now at 19,000 779. oil is on the rise up over five percent today in oil stocks and energy stocks leading the charge. tickets to see hamilton in san francisco when on sale today. we'll show you how much it will cost you to get those -- if those tickets. golden gate bridge... lots of sunshine, the calm before the storm. the 22nd critics' choice
awards were handed out last welcome to kron 4 news. the critics choice awards were handed out tonight. >> we highlight of the night.>> reporter: >> we need to address the elephant in the room. i think that's important. it's been in the news all weekend and it's really affected me. the election was definitely hacked by the russians.>> reporter: there was no way the critics choice awards forced went to avoid mentioning his
arrest, but he was able to dancer in the subject. >> yes, okay yes. it is the 31st and is -- anniversary of a chorus line on broadway.>> reporter: he focused on they awards including jackie, which garnered natalie portman numerous honors. will over a dozen different films received workshop tonight, one title was announced more than the other. >> here we go, lala land. truck the musical took home it awards including best picture, director, original screenplay, cinematography, production design, editing, score and song for city of stars. the director to mike to that best picture and think actors who are not among the winners. >> most of you getting more than -- giving more than i expected.>> reporter: rich more gave a speech for zootopia winning main -- best picture.
>> please try to make the world a better place. look deep into yourself and realize the change starts with you, it starts with me, it starts with all of us.>> reporter: in hollywood, rick damage all. >> abiola day-lewis -- davis one and -- moonlight one the best acting ensemble award. >> rhein reynolds won best actor in a comic -- for "deadpool". lala land led the way with seven nominations for the golden globes. >> in the stone and ryan gosling got nominations. >> 20th-century women, florence
foster jenkins were nominated. >> tickets to see hamilton went on sale to the general public. >> good luck. resale tickets sold out in less than four hours last week. the musical is coming to the bay area. if he didn't get the pre-sale, they have the american express special. i tried and failed on that one. >> a lot of people became season tickets to the orpheum -- just to buy tickets. they range up to $540. we'll be right back. is a -- a sinkhole closes access to the beach.
north of the oakland a's 580 near the corner of adeline and 40 another busy intersection to stay away from the drive times are getting a little bit better for the east of a our have a complete check in just a few minutes >>darya: 1 and is injured after an officer involved shooting and start with a man he saw percent in windsor shooting happened in the palms plaza along old redwood highway the whole thing started at 5:00 yesterday to a woman called police and said her son and law was with his car and he had a gun if and he wanted to be killed by police about 30 minutes later they got call of an erratic driver tried to stop
the man but he took off and headed north the chase ended at the palms plaza in windsor and that is when the man got out of his car and ran toward the officers and deputies said he saw the man plotting out and pointed like he had done and that is when he opened fire for the man was the unidentified of christopher eastwood was shot in the shoulder he was treated at a hospital and now arrested on suspicion of felony assault >>mark: salicylate before gunman this morning it happened just before midnight on a half block of west avenue they said the victim was driving his vehicle pull on the side of the road several men pulled near his car and he shot in the head of it and was able to drive away from the scene and was treated at hospitals and was released this morning they do not have a description of of the group of men,
>>darya: nickel off part of the espionage yesterday's near the apartment there were the smallest gap in march because of coastal erosion according to parker on the trail 50 to 90 ft. of land eroded between 2007 and 2010 since then they built neighbors in that area say they saw the whole form on friday the director say the avenue itself could be the next thing to go if they're not taken care of
officials from the atf say they have completed their investigation for the fire started in a party at the back of the building on december 2nd investigators are looking at the electrical items that is causing the fire >>darya: 50 of revenue before stop because of what happened off of people live there are worried that fire inspectors will find them or may make them leave the owner of this phase said it is not fair to compare
to the ghost ship are now five people live there in this city already started to improvements to get the building up to code people are continuing to mourn the loss of the 36 people who died in the fire we have more coverage online we have should use all the victims and their friends and family the police said they began an investigation in the 53 year-old when the child report being abused
>>darya: 10 of tree came crashing down saturday night affair of someone's property and the damaged parts of roof into our forum to clean up the backyard >>: i went outside and i cannot believe what i was seeing the home owner says a couple of years ago she noticed the tree was starting to lean she is happy that no one was hurt >>mark: it is still record high territory right now is talk about that with our financial expert coming up when the news continues
survive the crash host not a terrible i have seen worse backed up to west brand you to have led >>robin winston: for those of you would talk about this rollover accident coming up with talk about the crash on 580. >>anny hong: that is one to change over the next couple days to to guard in the '40's is a
that is the thing that has them spoke on this they have serious concerns with donald trump as president the sovereign the $2.70 will be very interesting year--2017 >>rob black: their wobbly overproducing and oversupplying but over the weekend we saw of the countries outside event ride now they have not cut 1 oz of oriole and some point in time
>>darya: it had an invalid registration sticker and that is when they found out that the woman who was driving had suspended license and was on probation in the man had acted mr. men wore out for him >>mark: the pleasanton police department does not accept voluntary donations the republicans are planning initial votes next month on dismantling president obama health-care law and many worry that they will start to replace it they will face angry voters whose health
insurance and the possibility of our reach both of them said they first want to vote to unwind as much of the health-care law as they can with this it would not take effect for the next three years for major retailers face a loss to the misleading customers about how much we really are saving with the mark down the items a lawsuit was filed a loss angeles >>darya: the inflated some of the original prices on thousands of products to micelles price look better the 49 is to draw
the word on the street is >>darya: mom and dad are moving in and they're going to take over be more involved >>gary: i haven't heard about mom and dad he has backed him throughout jim harbaugh are times to a date with kelly and soul people for dead your people on the street said they will become more involved he is very
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