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north bay firestorm and more people are being allowed to return home. and this morning we have team coverage of the the fires all across the bay area.all across the the the fires coverage of have team morning we and this and this morning we have team coverage of the the fires all across the bay area. will tran is live in boulder creek monitoring the fire down there and lydia pantazes is live in santa rosa where people are returning home. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom.. ( james ) and i'm james fletcher. we will check in with our reporters in just a minute. but first we want to start the morning with a check of weather and traffic.. (anny hong) : cooling is expected on wednesday and
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thursday as onshore flow strengthens. a weak early season weather system is forecast to bring light rain to much of the region from thursday afternoon through thursday night. dry weather is expected to return by friday. a warming trend will begin over the weekend. warm and dry weather is expected regionwide early next week.
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no major hot spots. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. (james) we have more breaking news this morning... this time out of oakland. one person has died and two others are critically injured in a house fire in the lakeshore neighborhood. the fire
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broke out around 11 o'clock last night on calmar avenue. firefighters say four adults and two children lived inside the home. when crews arrived ... smoke was coming from the home and two people were suffering from smoke inhalation.( darya ) the children and one other adult got out safely. another adult was rescued from the second floor. a third adult died in the home before they could be rescued. ( james ) breaking overnight news just in to the kron4 newsroom. san jose police are investigating a deadly stabbing and the attacker is still on the loose. it happened on branham lane east just after midnight. officers say the man was suffering from at least one stab wound. he died at the hospital. ( darya ) our big story this morning... is the number of people still missing in the north bay wildfires. investigators are still looking for fifty-three people who have not been heard from since the fire broke out more than a week ago. right now 200 search and rescue
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workers are combing the burned out areas looking for any evidence that people died in the rubble. it's a very long process that involves cadavar dogs and forensic scientists combing through ashes. twenty-six of the people missing are from santa rosa. the others are from parts of sonoma county. ( james ) and this morning firefighters continue to make progress battling the fires in napa and sonoma county.( darya ) the 'nuns fire' in napa and sonoma counties.... has burned more than 52- thousand acres... but it is now 78-percent contained. the 'atlas fire' in napa and
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solano counties ... has burned just over 51-thousand acres... and is 80-percent contained. ( james ) the tubbs fire burning in sonoma and napa counties has burned more than 36-thousand acres, and it is now 87-percent contained. and the pocket fire burning north of geyserville in sonoma county has burned nearly 12-thousand acres and is now 58-percent contained. more than 11-thousand firefighters are on the front lines this morning. ( darya ) and this morning more people are being allowed to return home in santa rosa.( james ) the evacuation order has been lifted in the city's oakmont neighborhood.( darya ) kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in that neighborhood this morning with the latest. ( lydia )the evacuation order for santa rosa's oakmont neighborhood has been lifted.
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and people are returning to check out their homes. this includes all streets south of highway 12, east of calistoga road to pythian road. however, all northbound roads off highway 12, including highway 12 eastbound at pythian road, will still be closed under mandatory evacuations orders. while some homes had smoke inside them, many people were happy to return to their homes still standing.
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go back to our breaking news in the south bay. fire fighters working to contain a wildfire burning in the santa cruz mountains near boulder creek.( darya ) kron 4's will tran is live at the scene this morning with the latest. will. ( will )that breaking news we are following this morning... firefighters in the south bay still struggling to get control of the fire burning in the santa cruz mountains. it is being called the bear fire and so far it has burned more than 270 acres and is just 5-percent contained ( darya ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( darya ) in the east bay...
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mandatory evacuations have been lifted after a fire broke out in dublin. it happened yesterday afternoon near tassajara and fallon roads. according to cal fire it has burned 116 acres and is 75- percent contained this morning. right now no homes are being threatened... and there are no reports of any injuries. ( darya ) firefighters were also on scene overnight after a fire broke out in sausalito. this happened near highway 101. it started just north of spencer avenue. at one point, the flames forced all
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southbound lanes of highway- 101 to shut down. al lanes have since reopened. the fire burned about four- acres. there are no reports of any injuries. (james) two people in the north bay found a unique way to save the lives of house pets in burned out neighborhoods. the pets were separated from their owners during the evacuations. kron 4's gabe slate has the story. ((pkg)) nats - for the last 4 days judy stark and peter tapia have driven up from san francisco in the morning to the sonoma humane society in santa rosa and loaded up hundreds of pounds of cat food.nats - water and barrels of water.. then they go to the evacuated burned out neighborhoods like coffey park in sant rosa, where house pets are estranged from their owners.. nats - food drop and they drop the food and water in places where they, or the national guard ,who are on site 24-7, have seen cats come out in the evening looking for food. sot - judy stark - american medical response
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(amr) they lost their homes, we don't want them to lose their pets too. they know there are atleast 20 cats, house pets, alive here in the coffey park burned out neighborhood they are eatingthe food and drinking the water they leave out sot - judy stark - american medical response (amr) we will save these fur babies nats - food toss across town at the journey's end mobile home park where most of the units burned down there are even more pets waiting for their owners to return for them. sot - judy stark - american medical response (amr) there are 60 here they are behind the fense so peter tosses over wet food cans of cat food.. and lifts these 50 pound bags and tosses the food over. nats - food toss peter and judy and not animal rescue workers they are animal lovers they are with amr, american medial response the
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ambulance service. they are using a work truck not an ambulance, but a first response vehicle, that is marked up and has the roof emergency lights. with this vehicle and their credentials they are able to cross through the road blocks law enforcement has set up outside the burned out neighborhoods like coffey park. many areas where homes are burned down are still off limits to the people who lived here. nats - food drop maria and her husband are thankful for what they are doing their house burned down in coffey park, and their seven year old orange and black calico cat named meow meow is lost. they have waiting outside the road block calling their cats name sot - judy stark - american medical response (amr) he has been lost since sunday ( james ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a north bay woman calling her neighbor a hero. how he was able to save some of the homes in his santa rosa community. and after the break... we will take a look at how far one store is going
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to say thank you to first responders.
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back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast with james fletcher. (anny hong) : cooling is expected on wednesday and thursday as onshore flow strengthens. a weak early season weather system is forecast to bring light rain to much of the region from thursday afternoon through thursday night. dry weather is expected to return by friday. a warming trend will begin over the weekend.
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warm and dry weather is expected regionwide early next week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101.
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major hot spot sb 101 before 280. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. (darya) (darya) (darya) two 49ers linebackers outran two people
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carrying an assault rifle and a pistol who held them at gunpoint outside a san francisco nightclub. reuben foster and ray-ray armstrong were leaving the "love and propaganda club" when they were confronted by two men early monday morning. they were able to escape the confrontation unharmed -- taking refuge in a nearby hotel before calling police. in a statement, the 49ers say they are glad neither player was hurt -- and that both players are cooperating with a police investigation. ( darya ) we continue to follow the wildfires burning in the north bay. it has taken a lot of people to fight those fires.( james ) in sonoma county alone there are more than 3-thousand firefighters working to contain the nuns and tubbs fires. so now a market in santa rosa is taking the time to say thank you. oliver's
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market is treating first responders to free meals all week long. the market has been doing this since last week. < katrina hampton, shopper// "i didn't know that but that is amazing because they helped so much in our community."josh tuhtan, shopper//"it's really great to see the community come together and really help everyone out.">( james ) one firefighter told kron 4 that oliver's is not the only business giving first responders free food. in addition oliver's donated ten thousand dollars to the north bay fire relief fund and will match customer donations up to 25 thousand dollars.
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about the national anthem protests in the n-f-l. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge happening today... n-f-l
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owners and players will meet in new york.( darya ) they are expected to talk about the protests some players have made during the national anthem.( james ) john
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lawrence has the details. there weren't any penalty flags thrown after tuesday's meeting in new york.jed york/san francisco 49ers ceo "this is about how do we go from protest to progress and if people want to get on the progress train, it's starting to leave the station."n-f-l team owners and players are confronting the controversy over players kneeling during the national anthem.the players say they're protesting racial inequality.roger goodell/nfl commissioner""we reflected our commitment to work together with our players on the issues of social justice."the league's current policy doesn't mandate players to stand during the anthem.but even if players have the right to take a knee in protest before a game, some fans object to way it's done. president trump/no font needed "our great american flag should be treated with reverence and respect. and that young americans should be taught to love our country,
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honor our anthem."president trump says players who don't stand for the anthem should be suspended or fired.vice president mike pence recently left a game after he saw some players take a knee during the national anthem.but the league says it won't force players to stand.....and hopes to be a force of positive change against injustice.jed york/san francisco 49ers ceo "the more you sit down with our players and hear what they're about, what they are fighting for, it's really, really hard to disagree with them."i'm john lorinc ( will ) fire still burning in the south bay. i will have the details in a live report.( anny ) your bay area forecast is next. .
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( darya ) we are following two breaking news stories this morning. in the north bay... people being allowed to return home after the devastating fire storm. and this morning firefighters continue to make progress battling those fires.( james ) and firefighters are still
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struggling to gain control of a wildfire burning in the santa cruz mountains. the fire broke out around 11:00 monday night near boulder creek. it has now grown to more than 270 it is just five percent contained this we have crews spread bay area covering these . (darya)(mark) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong) : cooling is expected on wednesday and thursday as onshore flow strengthens. a weak early season weather system is forecast to bring light rain to much of the region from thursday afternoon through thursday night. dry weather is expected to return by friday. a warming trend will begin over the weekend. warm and dry weather is expected regionwide early next week. ahot spot in san francsico sb 101 after cesar chavez. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. accident sb 101 after cesar chavez, slow in both directions in both chavez, slow after cesar accident sb 101 maze to sf. 30 min from the 80 is less then bay bridge wb cesar chavez. sb 101 after san francsico ahot spot in
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ahot spot in san francsico sb 101 after cesar chavez. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. accident sb 101 after cesar chavez, slow in both directions
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( james ) now we want to go back to our breaking news in the south bay. fire fighters working to contain a wildfire burning in the santa cruz mountains near boulder creek.( darya ) kron 4's will tran is live at the scene this morning with the latest. will. ( will )that breaking news we are following this morning... firefighters in the south bay still struggling to get control of the fire burning in the santa cruz mountains. it is being called the bear fire and so far it has burned more than 270 acres and is just 5-percent contained ( darya ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( james ) and in the north bay... firefighters continue to make progress battling the fires in napa and sonoma county.( darya ) the 'nuns fire' in napa and sonoma counties.... has burned more than 52-thousand acres... but it is now 78-percent contained. the 'atlas fire' in napa and solano
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counties ... has burned just over 51-thousand acres... and is 80-percent contained. ( james ) the tubbs fire burning in sonoma and napa counties has burned more than 36-thousand acres, and it is now 87-percent contained. and the pocket fire burning north of geyserville in sonoma county has burned nearly 12-thousand acres and is now 58-percent contained. more than 11-thousand firefighters are on the front lines this morning. ( james ) new this morning a santa rosa couple who lost there home in the tubbs fire is suing p-g-and-e. they claim the fire was caused by negligence. the say p-g- and-e did not do a good enough job maintaining electric lines and pruning trees. the couple says their home on mocha lane was destroyed. fire investigators have not said what started the fire. this is the ifrst lawsuit to be filed in the wake of the north bay firestorm. ( james ) despite all of the
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destruction caused by the north bay firestorm...we continue to hear stories of heroism.( darya ) that includes one man in santa rosa who took action to save the homes of several of his neighbors. kron 4's charles clifford shares his story. natstuesday afternoon, neighbors valerie burns and sean wilson, met up for the first time since fire forced them from their homes more than a week ago. valerie invited kron 4 to this reunion because she wanted to publicly thank sean for saving her house.sothe's my hero, yes, absolutely.valerie and sean live next door to each other along wiki drive in northeast santa rosa. when the tubbs fire roared through their neighborhood early on the morning of october 9th, both fled the advancing flames. sean watched the fire from a few miles away.sotthe next morning he walked back to his house, convinced he would find it burned to the ground.sot with no water available, sean grabbed a rake and shovel and
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spent the next three hours keeping the flames at bay. he went back and forth putting out spot fires and raking leaves. when the fire had come within just a few feet of valerie's back yard, sean spotted fire fighters nearby and got their attention. sot valeria and her family were staying at a shelter in healdsburg when sean called them to say their home was saved.soti couldn't believe it. i really couldn't.and while sean was able to save his house and several of his neighbors house h,e feels for those who have lost everything. sotvalerie hopes that sean's actions will serve as an inspiration.sotnow , unfortunaly, sean's parents lost their home as well. they lived just a short distance away from him. ( james ) coming up after the break
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on the kron 4 morning news... the north bay firestorm destroys one of the most recognizable houses in the east bay. we will show you what's left. hot spot in san francisco sb 101 before 280 accident blocking blocking lanes
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and figure out what the issue is and keep you safe. ♪ major hot spot in sanfrancisco sb 101 before 280. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) one of the many
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recognizable bay area landmarks lost in the wildfires --- was the so- called "glass house" in fairfield..( james ) lots of people knew this home ... built in 2003 on the south summit of the twin sisters peaks.. because of the atlas fire ... there's not much left except twisted metal and its concrete foundation. the glass house stood on twin sisters road in fairfield - close to the border of solano and napa counties.( darya ) it was built in 2003 at a cost of roughly 17- million dollars. like so many other homes - it went up
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in flames late last week.( james ) here is what it looked like before the fire. the home was spread across more than 13-thousand square feet...and included a helicopter pad...( darya ) the current owners bought it in 2012. they live in texas and used the estate as a vacation home. they say that they plan to re- buildi.....saying they'll make it better than before. (anny) tracking your morning forecast... the world according to gary is after the break.
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the warriors unveiled their 20-17 championship banner set "we are the champions' by the rock band queen.in the final closing seconds of the game ... warriors with a chance to win it...curry misses from long jumper, but the warriors' shawn livingston keeps the rebound alive...durant gets it on the baseline and hits the jumper at the buzzer... but they take another look and the ball was still in durant's hand at
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the buzzer...the shot is no good and the rockets knock off the defending champions.
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(darya) just 5:15 into his celtics debut, gordon hayward goes up for a pass and comes down on awkwardly with his left pinned underneath him. play was stopped for several minutes as hayward's leg was put into an aircast. players from both teams were in disbelief over what had happened. lebron james, dwyane wade and several other cavaliers players came over to give their best to hayward as he was being taken off the floor.
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competitors rowing in the head of charles regatta 2016 in boston.
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here are a couple photos of the women's eight plus rowing team last week during the smokey conditions in marin. they are practicing for the head of charles regatta in boston on october 21st through the 22nd. the marin womens rowing team has shirts to support california fire departments while they are in boston.
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( james ) after donating thousands to vicitms of the north bay firestorm...the oakland athletics are taking their recovery efforts one step further.( darya ) oakland a's catcher bruce maxwell joined stomper the a's mascot... to surprise hundreds of people at an evacuation center in santa rosa. maxell actually left his home in arizona... when he realized the scope of the devastation. he says even an autograph or a picture with a professional athlete can go a long way for a family that has no where to go. ( darya ) maxwell says he plans on returning throughout the week in the hopes of making a larger contribution as santa rosa
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begins the long recovery. ( james ) and if you want to help out the victims of the fires... monetary donations are still needed at this time. the salvation army uses 100-percent of disaster donations in support of local disaster relief operations. to donate, visit go-sal- army-org. ( james ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... we continue to follow breaking news out of the south bay. fire fighters struggling to gain control of a fire burning in the santa cruz mountains. this as people begin to return home after the deadly firestorm in the north bay. we have complete team coverage coming up in just two minutes.
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saw their home. their home is gone. the whole neighborhood is gone.> as more evacuation orders are lifted in the north bay... people are returning home to begin sifting through the rubble. ( james ) down in the south bay -- firefighters trying to get control of the fire burning in the santa cruz mountains. "the bear fire" has burned more than 270 acres and is just 10-percent contained. ( darya ) meanwhile firefighters are still working to fully contain the fires burning in napa and sonoma counties.( james ) a fire
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also broke out in sausalito and another fire temporarily forced evacuations yesterday in dublin. and this morning we have team coverage of the the fires all across the bay area. will tran is live in boulder creek monitoring the fire down there and lydia pantazes rosa where people are returning home. ( darya ) good morning i'm darya folsom..( james ) and i'm james fletcher. we will have much more on all the fires burning in the bay area coming up in just a minute. but first we want to start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong) : cooling is expected on wednesday and thursday as onshore flow
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strengthens. a weak early season weather system is forecast to bring light rain to much of the region from thursday afternoon through thursday night. dry weather is expected to return by friday. a warming trend will begin over the weekend. warm and dry weather is expected regionwide early next week. major hot spot in sanfrancisco sb 101 before 280. accident bloking the two left lnaes, jammed in all directions directions jammed in all two left lnaes, jammed in all directions ( darya ) another big story.
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investigators are still looking for fifty-three people who have not been heard from since the north bay wildfires broke out more than a week ago. right now 200 search and rescue workers are combing the burned out areas looking for any evidence that people
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died in the rubble. it's a very long process that involves cadavar dogs and forensic scientists combing through ashes. twenty-six of the people missing are from santa rosa. the others are from parts of sonoma county. ( james ) here are the latest numbers as firefighters continue to make progress battling the fires in napa and sonoma county.( darya ) the 'nuns fire' in napa and sonoma counties.... has burned more than 52-thousand acres... but it is now 78-percent contained. the 'atlas fire' in napa and solano counties ... has burned just over 51-thousand acres... and is 80-percent contained. ( james ) the tubbs fire burning in sonoma and napa counties has burned more than 36-thousand acres, and it is now 87-percent contained. and the pocket fire burning
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north of geyserville in sonoma county has burned nearly 12-thousand acres and is now 58-percent contained. more than 11-thousand firefighters are on the front lines this morning. ( darya ) and this morning classes resume at sonoma state university.( james ) the school narroly escaped major damage from the fires -- but canceled classes all week.( darya ) kron 4's lydia pantazes is live on campus this morning with the latest. ( lydia ) ( james ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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(james) we have more breaking news this morning... this time out of oakland. one person has died and two others are critically injured in a house fire in the lakeshore neighborhood. the fire broke out around 11 o'clock last night on calmar avenue. firefighters say four adults and two children lived inside the home. when crews arrived ... smoke was coming from the home and two people were suffering from smoke inhalation.( darya ) the children and one other adult got out safely. another adult was rescued from the second floor. a third adult died in the home before they could be rescued. ( james ) now we want to go back to our breaking news in the south bay. fire fighters working to contain a wildfire burning in the santa cruz mountains near boulder creek.( darya ) kron 4's will tran is live at the scene this morning with the latest. will. ( will )that breaking news we are following this morning...
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firefighters in the south bay still struggling to get control of the fire burning in the santa cruz mountains. it is being called the bear fire and so far it has burned more than 270 acres and is just 5-percent contained ( darya ) ( darya ) thanks will.
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we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( james ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... there's no such thing as a free lunch. unless you're a first responder. how one store is treating the heroes of the deadly north bay fires. and... hear how two 49ers escaped masked men who held them at gunpoint outside a san francisco club. (robin) a look at traffic after the break. .
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(robin) major hot spot in san francisco sb 101 before 280. (darya) two 49ers linebackers
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outran two people carrying an assault rifle and a pistol who held them at gunpoint outside a san francisco nightclub. reuben foster and ray-ray armstrong were leaving the "love and propaganda club" when they were confronted by two men early monday morning. they were able to escape the confrontation unharmed -- taking refuge in a nearby hotel before calling police. in a statement, the 49ers say they are glad neither
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player was hurt -- and that both players are cooperating with a police investigation. (anny) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. a full weather report right after the break.
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(james)(anny)(darya) welcome back. let's get a check of the weather this morning... (anny hong) : cooling is expected on wednesday and thursday as onshore flow strengthens. a weak early season weather system is forecast to bring light rain to much of the region from thursday afternoon through
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thursday night. dry weather is expected to return by friday. a warming trend will begin over the weekend. warm and dry weather is expected regionwide early next week. major hot spot in san francisco sb 101
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before 280 accident bloxking two lanes.. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( darya ) we continue to follow the wildfires burning in the north bay. it has taken a lot of man power to fight those fires.( james ) in sonoma county alone there are more than 3-thousand firefighters working to contain the nuns and tubbs fires. so now a market in santa rosa is taking the time to say thank you. oliver's
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market is treating first responders to free meals all week long. the market has been doing this since last week. < katrina hampton, shopper// "i didn't know that but that is amazing because they helped so much in our community."josh tuhtan, shopper//"it's really great to see the community come together and really help everyone out.">( james ) one firefighter told kron 4 that oliver's is not the only business giving first responders free food. in addition oliver's donated ten thousand dollars to the north bay fire relief fund and will match customer donations up to 25 thousand dollars. (james) north korea's deputy u.n. ambassador warning that the situation on the korean peninsula "has reached the touch and go point." today -- dipolomats from the u-s, south korea, and japan are meeting in seoul to discuss how to
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respond to north korea's nuclear weapons program. president trump and north korean leader kim-jong-un have traded jabs on social media and in the press. former secretary of state hilary clinton says president trumps inflamatory rhetoric has only served to escalate the situation.
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restrictions were to cover eight countries -- chad, iran, libya, north korea, syria, venezuela, somalia and yemen. judge derrick watson said the travel ban "plainly discriminates based on nationality." (darya) a justice department spokesman said they will "appeal in an expeditious manner." (darya) coming up... the story of a group of santa rosa residents who stayed behind to save their neighborhood from the flames. (dog) mmm.
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hot spot in san francisco sb 101 before 280 ( james ) ( james ) when fires broke
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out in the fountaingrove neighborhood of santa rosa -- a handful of homeowners stayed behind to fight the flames while their families evacuated. ( darya ) one was a retired firefighter who helped train his neighbors to use garden hoses to beat back the flames. another neighbor brought in a portable water tank and a pump.and used the water from his pool to fight the fires until firefighters showed up.( james ) they successfully fought off 3 separate fires -- including one that threatened a nearby convalescent home -- with hoses firefighters left behind.
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buddy now>( james ) in addition to forging new friendships in the fire -- the neighbors estimate they saved 15 homes on their cul-de- sac and another 7 on the street above. (anny) tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break.
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we are following two breaking news stories this morning. in the north bay... people being allowed to return home after the devastating fire storm. and this morning firefighters continue to make progress battling those fires.( james ) and firefighters are still struggling to gain control of a wildfire burning in the santa cruz mountains. (james)(darya) the fire broke out around monday night near boulder creek. it has now grown to more than 270 acres. it is just ten percent contained this morning. we have crews spread all across the bay area covering these fires. but lets start the half hour with a quick check of weather and traffic... (anny hong) : cooling is expected on wednesday and thursday as onshore flow strengthens. a weak early
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season weather system is forecast to bring light rain to much of the region from thursday afternoon through thursday night. dry weather is expected to return by friday. a warming trend will begin over the weekend. warm and dry weather is expected regionwide early next week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. accident wb 4 at the baypoint exit wrapping up. ( james ) breaking overnight news
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just in to the kron4 newsroom. san jose police are investigating a deadly stabbing and the attacker is still on the loose. it happened on branham lane east just after midnight. officers say the man was suffering from at least one stab wound. he died at the hospital. (james) new this morning.. the c-h-p is investigating a highway shooting in castro valley that injured a man and the shooter is still on the loose. it happened around
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9 last night on westbound interstate 580 between redwood road and strobridge avenue. (ááátriggerááá) officers say the gunman in a black car started shooting at a nissan on the highway. a 21-year- old man inside that nissan was injured and taken to the hospital. he has been released. ( darya ) another big story. investigators are still looking for fifty-three people who have not been heard from since the north bay wildfires broke out more than a week ago. right now 200 search and rescue workers are combing the burned out areas looking for any evidence that people died in the rubble. it's a very long process that involves cadavar dogs and forensic scientists combing through ashes. twenty-six of the people missing are from santa rosa. the others are from parts of sonoma county.
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( darya ) and this morning classes resume at sonoma state university.( james ) the school narroly escaped major damage from the fires -- but canceled classes all week.( darya ) kron 4's lydia pantazes is live on campus this morning with the latest. ( lydia )
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( james ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you the morning.
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( james ) and in the north bay... firefighters continue to make progress battling the fires in napa and sonoma county.( darya ) some updates now just into the kron 4 newsroom. the 'nuns fire' in napa and sonoma counties.... has burned more than 54-thousand acres... but it is now 80-percent contained. the 'atlas fire' in napa and solano counties ... has burned just over 51-thousand acres... and is now up to 83-percent containment. ( james ) the tubbs fire burning in sonoma and napa counties has burned more than 36-thousand acres, and it is now 91-percent contained. and the pocket fire burning north of geyserville in sonoma county has burned nearly 12-thousand acres and is now 63-percent contained. more than 11-thousand firefighters are on the front lines this morning. ( james ) now we want to go back to our breaking news
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in the south bay. fire fighters working to contain a wildfire burning in the santa cruz mountains near boulder creek.( darya ) kron 4's will tran is live at the scene this morning with the latest. will. ( will )that breaking news we are following this morning... firefighters in the south bay still struggling to get control of the fire burning in the santa cruz mountains. it is being called the bear fire and so far it has burned more than 270 acres and is just 5-percent contained ( darya ) thanks will. we will check back through out the morning.
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only from jack in the box. ( james ) many santa rosa
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residents who lost their home in the fires are still unable to go back and search for anything they left behind -- including their pets. that's why -- for the last 4 days -- judy stark and peter tapia have driven up from san francisco to the sonoma humane society in santa rosa. they've loaded up hundreds of pounds of cat food and water to take to burned out neighborhoods like coffey park. they drop it off in areas where they, or the national guard, have seen cats come out in the evening looking for food. ( james ) stark says there are at least 20 former house pets -- in the
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coffey park neighborhood alone -- that drinking the food and water they leave out. (anny) watching the weather this morning. your forecast is right after the break.
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and protect healthy cells. abreva acts on it. so you can too. (anny hong) : cooling is expected on wednesday and thursday as onshore flow strengthens. a weak early season weather system is forecast to bring light rain to much of the region from thursday afternoon through thursday night. dry weather is expected to return by friday. a warming trend will begin over the weekend. warm and dry weather is expected regionwide early next week.
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major hot spot in san francisco sb 101 before 280.
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bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. (darya) (darya) new this morning...
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ford is recalling over one million cars because of a possible problem with the car doors. the cars impacted are the f-150's made between 2015 and 2017 and the 2017 super duty. ford says some cars have a frozen door latch or bent cable that can cause the door not to open or close. the door could look like its closed, but not be fully latched. so far -- no accidents or injuries have been reported. the company says its dealers will fix the problem for free. ( james ) happening today... n-f-l owners and players will meet in new york.
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( darya ) they are expected to talk about the protests some players have made during the national anthem.( james ) john lawrence has the details. there weren't any penalty flags thrown after tuesday's meeting in new york.jed york/san francisco 49ers ceo "this is about how do we go from protest to progress and if people want to get on the progress train, it's starting to leave the station."n-f-l team owners and players are confronting the controversy over players kneeling during the national anthem.the players say they're protesting racial inequality.roger goodell/nfl commissioner""we reflected our commitment to work together with our players on the issues of social justice."the league's current policy doesn't mandate players to stand during the anthem.but even if players have the right to take a knee in protest before a game, some fans object to way it's done. president trump/no font needed "our great american flag should be treated with reverence and respect. and that young americans should be taught to love our country, honor our anthem."president trump says players who don't stand for the anthem should be suspended or fired.vice president mike pence recently left a game after he saw some players take a knee during the national anthem.but the league says it won't force players to stand.....and hopes to be a force of positive change against injustice.jed york/san francisco 49ers ceo
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"the more you sit down with our players and hear what they're about, what they are fighting for, it's really, really hard to disagree with them."i'm john lorinc reporting. ( darya ) president trump weighed in on twitter this morning -- saying "the nfl has decided that it will not force players to stand for the playing of our national anthem. total disrespect for our great country!" ( darya ) coming up on the kron four morning news... the oakland a's are also reaching out to fire victims. after the break... how one player is trying to raise the spirits of evacuees.
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thousands to victims of the north bay firestorm...the oakland athletics are taking their recovery efforts one step further.( james ) oakland a's catcher bruce maxwell joined stomper the a's mascot... to surprise hundreds of people at an evacuation center in santa rosa. maxell actually left his home
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in arizona... when he realized the scope of the devastation. he says even an autograph or a picture with a professional athlete can go a long way for a family that has no where to go. maxwell says he plans on returning the week in the making a larger contribution as santa rosa begins the long recovery. ( james ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... we continue to follow breaking news out of the south bay. fire fighters struggling to gain control of a fire burning in the santa cruz mountains. this as people begin to after the deadly firestorm in the north bay. we have complete team coverage coming up in just two minutes.
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this morning... people are returning home to begin sifting through the rubble of the northbay fire storm. this as firefighters in the south bay are trying to get control of the fire burning in the santa cruz mountains. "the bear fire" has burned more than 270 acres and is just 10-percent contained.( darya ) meanwhile
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firefighters are still working to fully contain the fires burning in napa and sonoma counties. ( james ) a fire also broke out in sausalito and another fire temporarily forced evacuations yesterday in ( darya ) good morning i'm darya folsom..( james ) and i'm james fletcher. we will have much more on all the fires burning in the bay area coming up in just a minute. but first we want to start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong) : cooling is expected on wednesday and thursday as onshore flow strengthens. a weak early
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season weather system is forecast to bring light rain to much of the region from thursday afternoon through thursday night. dry weather is expected to return by friday. a warming trend will begin over the weekend. warm and dry weather is expected regionwide early next week. bay bridge wb 80 jammed from
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the maze. slow on wb 92 from 880 to 101. wb 580 slow throygh the tolls. ( darya ) another big story. investigators are still looking for fifty-three people who have not been heard from since the north bay wildfires broke out more than a week ago. ( james ) right now 200 search and rescue workers are combing the burned out areas looking for
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any evidence that people died in the rubble. it's a very long process that involves cadavar dogs and forensic scientists combing through ashes. twenty-six of the people missing are from santa rosa. the others are from parts of sonoma county. ( james ) here are the latest numbers as firefighters continue to make progress battling the fires in napa and sonoma county.( darya ) the 'nuns fire' in napa and sonoma counties.... has burned more than 54-thousand acres... but it is now 80-percent contained. the 'atlas fire' in napa and solano counties ... has burned just over 51-thousand acres... and is 83-percent contained. ( james ) the tubbs fire burning in sonoma and napa counties has burned more than 36-thousand acres, and it is now 91-percent contained. and the pocket fire burning north of geyserville in sonoma county has burned nearly 12-thousand acres and is now 63-percent contained. more than 11-thousand firefighters are on the front lines this morning.
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( darya ) and this morning classes resume at sonoma state university.( james ) the school narroly escaped major damage from the fires -- but canceled classes all week.( darya ) kron 4's lydia pantazes is live on campus this morning with the latest. ( lydia ) ( james ) thanks lydia.
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we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( james ) now we want to go back to our breaking news in the south bay. fire fighters working to contain a wildfire burning in the santa cruz mountains near boulder creek.( darya ) kron 4's will tran is live at the scene this morning with the latest. will. ( will )that breaking news we are following this morning... firefighters in the south bay still struggling to get control of the fire burning in the santa cruz mountains. it is being called the bear fire and so far it has burned more than 270 acres and is just 5-percent contained ( darya ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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(james) we have more breaking news this morning... this time out of oakland. one person has died and two others are critically injured in a house fire in the lakeshore neighborhood. the fire broke out around 11 o'clock last night on calmar avenue. firefighters say four adults and two children lived inside the home. when crews arrived ... smoke was coming from the home and two people were suffering from smoke inhalation.( darya ) the children and one other adult got out safely. another adult was rescued from the second floor. a third adult died in the home before they could be rescued. ( james ) breaking overnight news just in to the kron4 newsroom. san jose police are investigating a deadly stabbing and the
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attacker is still on the loose. it happened on branham lane east just after midnight. officers say the man was suffering from at least one stab wound. he died at the hospital. (darya) coming up... the story of a group of santa rosa residents who stayed behind to save their neighborhood from the flames. and... hear how two 49ers escaped masked men who held them at gunpoint outside a san francisco club.
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(darya) two 49ers linebackers outran two people carrying an assault rifle and a pistol who held them at gunpoint outside a san francisco nightclub. reuben foster and ray-ray
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armstrong were leaving the "love and propaganda club" when they were confronted by two men early monday morning. they were able to escape the confrontation unharmed -- taking refuge in a nearby hotel before calling police. in a statement, the 49ers say they are glad neither player was hurt -- and that both players are cooperating with a police investigation. ( james ) checking the markets this morning... winners and losers is next with our financial expert rob black. (darya) welcome back...
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checking the roads with
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robin... (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. golden gate bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza.
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(anny hong) : cooling is expected on wednesday and thursday as onshore flow strengthens. a weak early season weather system is forecast to bring light rain to much of the region from thursday afternoon through thursday night. dry weather is expected to return by friday. a warming trend will begin over the weekend. warm and dry weather is expected regionwide early next week.
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(james) time to talk winners and losers with our financial expert rob black employers and workers affected by wildfires deal with pay and leave issues. in the wake of devastating wildfires, some california
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employers may now be dealing with the effects of having to close or employees needing time off. employees dealing with fallout from a fire may be able to use sick leave or family leave if someone is sick, or child leave if a child's school is closed. employees who no longer have a place to work due to a disaster may apply for disaster unemployment assistance from california's employment development department. there are no legal leave options for people who might get evacuated or are dealing with a destroyed or damaged home, but employers may grant it anyway in the interest of a workers' well- being. pg&e wildfire probes,
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liability fears, may haunt utility for months . . .. the cause of the fires remains unknown, but state regulators have ordered the pg&e electricity and natural gas utility as well as several telecommunications companies to preserve evidence of any potential links the companies' infrastructure might have to the deadly fires. despite the turnaround, the company's shares remained down about 17 percent since last wednesday. in san bruno. federal investigators determined that a lethal combination of pg&e's shoddy maintenance and flawed record keeping were the principal causes of the san bruno disaster. but the
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investigators also blamed the puc's cozy ties to pg&e and its lax oversight of the utility, one of a series of disclosures that have called into question the state agency's ability to properly supervise california's big power utilities. pg&e wildfire probes, liability fears, may haunt utility for months . . .. the cause of the fires remains unknown, but state regulators have ordered the pg&e
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electricity and natural gas utility as well as several telecommunications companies to preserve evidence of any potential links the companies' infrastructure might have to the deadly fires. despite the turnaround, the company's shares remained down about 17 percent since last wednesday. in san bruno. federal investigators determined that a lethal combination of pg&e's shoddy maintenance and flawed record
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keeping were the principal causes of the san bruno disaster. but the investigators also blamed the puc's cozy ties to pg&e and its lax oversight of the utility, one of a series of disclosures that have called into question the state agency's ability to properly supervise power utilities. if you are in your home or business and you smell gas, your first step is to get out, travel to a safe distance until you can't smell the gas anymore and then call 911. the first responders will come out and they'll make it safe for you and your community.
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if youdon't touch it,downed keep everyone back. call 911 immediately. the fire department will respond with law enforcement and pg&e to figure out what the issue is to keep you safe and there are no hazards to the public. ♪ no major hot spots. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( james ) when fires broke out in the fountaingrove neighborhood of santa rosa -- a handful of homeowners stayed behind to fight the flames while their families evacuated.( darya ) one was a retired firefighter who helped train his neighbors to use garden hoses to beat back the flames. another neighbor brought in a portable water tank and a pump.and used the water from his pool to fight the fires until firefighters showed up.( james ) they successfully fought off 3 separate fires -- including one that threatened a nearby convalescent home -- with hoses firefighters left behind.
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sure that fires were being put out everywhere>( james ) in addition to forging new friendships in the fire -- the neighbors estimate they saved 15 homes on their cul-de- sac and another 7 on the street above. (anny) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break. ( will ) fire still burning in the south bay. i will have the details in a live report.
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saw their home. their home is gone. the whole neighborhood is gone.> breaking news this morning... more evacuations orders are being lifted the north bay. this as people are returning home to begin sifting through the rubble. ( darya ) and we are following two breaking news stories this morning. in the north bay... people being allowed to return home after the devastating fire storm. and this morning firefighters continue to make progress battling those fires.( james ) and firefighters are still struggling to gain control of a wildfire burning in the santa cruz mountains. (james)(darya) the fire broke out around monday night near boulder creek. it has now grown to more than 270 acres. it is just five percent contained this morning.
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we have crews spread all across the bay area covering these fires. but lets start the half hour with a quick check of weather and traffic... (anny hong) : cooling is expected on wednesday and thursday as onshore flow strengthens. a weak early season weather system is forecast to bring light rain to much of the region from thursday afternoon through thursday night. dry weather is expected to return by friday. a warming trend will begin over the weekend. warm and dry weather is expected regionwide early next
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week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo brdige 20 min from 880 to 101 ( darya ) another big
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story. story. another big ( darya ) ( darya ) another big story. investigators are still looking for fifty-three people who have not been heard from since the north bay wildfires broke out more than a week ago. right now 200 search and rescue workers are combing the burned out areas looking for any evidence that people died in the rubble. it's a very long process that involves cadavar dogs and forensic scientists combing through ashes. twenty-six
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of the people missing are from santa rosa. the others are from parts of sonoma county. ( james ) here are the latest numbers as firefighters continue to make progress battling the fires in napa and sonoma county.( darya ) the 'nuns fire' in napa and sonoma counties.... has burned more than 54-thousand acres... but it is now 80-percent contained. the 'atlas fire' in napa and solano counties ... has burned just over 51-thousand acres... and is 83-percent contained. ( james ) the tubbs fire burning in sonoma and napa counties has burned more than 36-thousand acres, and it is
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now 91-percent contained. and the pocket fire burning north of geyserville in sonoma county has burned nearly 12-thousand acres and is now 63-percent contained. more than 11-thousand firefighters are on the front lines this morning. ( darya ) and this morning classes resume at sonoma state university.( james ) the school narroly escaped major damage from the fires -- but canceled classes all week.( darya ) kron 4's lydia pantazes is live on campus this morning with the latest. ( lydia )
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great ( james ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) now we want to go back to our breaking news in the south bay. fire fighters working to contain a wildfire burning in the santa cruz mountains near boulder creek.( darya ) kron 4's will tran is live at the scene this morning with the latest.
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will. ( will )that breaking news we are following this morning... firefighters in the south bay still struggling to get control of the fire burning in the santa cruz mountains. it is being called the bear fire and so far it has burned more than 270 acres and is just 5-percent contained ( darya ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( darya ) coming up on gary's world... the warriors win their 1st game. oh wait no they don't is the season over. and is the season over for the celtics after losing a key player. the gruesome injury ahead.
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( darya ) now to the incredible story of how a santa rosa couple survived the fires that overtook their neighborhood last week.( james ) they were surrounded and
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the only place they could think to go was inside their swimming pool. and that's where they rode out the firestorm and watched their house burn. (darya) the couple is now considering whether to rebuild or move elsewhere. there was a similar story last week, also out of santa rosa, but in that case only the husband survived. the wife
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died of smoke inhalation. (anny) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break.
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warriors lose their 1st game, the celtics lose a key player and we lose gary for today. but woof dog is in on the darya's world rewind. ( darya ) yes, yes warriors win. oh no, they left
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k-d's hands too late. we've got woof dog on the line. gary is not here today. woof, the whole season is gone now. nah.(henry) darya first the 49ers are winless and now the warriors are winless? i'm not going to watch another warriors game all season. this is over with. ( darya ) there were some surprises with this. well there's always a surprise when we lose below a 17-point lead. nick "swaggy p" lead in scoring.(henry) swaggy p is cool. people better get used to this. steve kerr is going to have the star
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players rest and put "swaggy p" in their place. that was a pretty good performance by swaggy p. i'm surprised they lost.( darya ) kerr says they need conditioning. (henry) are you kidding darya? that team could run a marathon right now. they are not like me and eat doughnuts every morning. do you remember what they did opening night last year?( darya ) they lost.(henry) they lost by almost 20 points to the san antonio spurs. this time they lost by more. they got caught up with all the championship stuff. they were star struck by their own success.( darya ) another close one lebron and the cavs beat kyrie and the celtics. this was just by three points and boston without their big player. he had a gruesome injury. (henry) i covered gordon hayward when he was in high school in indiana, i was working in indianapolis at the
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time. he signed a 4-year- contract for $128 billion dollars they believe in this guy. he is only 27 years old i was annoyed because they were following him all the way onto the stretcher.( darya ) when my kid gets injured, i don't make a big deal out of it. the last thing you want to do is be gasping and running. it makes it worse when you do that.(henry) i thought he held his composure really well. he was obviously in a lot of pain. i've seen accidents like this before. we don't know when he will recover, but he definitely will make a full return.( darya ) i don't have to worry about my kid getting
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hurt because rowing is a very civilized sport. i get to see competitors rowing in the head of charles regatta 2016 in boston. have you heard of it? my son is playing on a team from marin. it's like the super bowl of rowing. kind of a big deal. they go through 6 bridges. it's dangerous, treacherous and three miles long. huge honor to go. they compete with people all around the world. the marin team had to practice. everyone did.
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here they are practicing last week during the smokey conditions in marin. ( darya ) the head of charles regatta is on october 21st through the 22nd. they even have special shirts made. i will be rooting for marin and california while i'm in boston. alright woof. take care.n. ( james ) many santa rosa
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residents who lost their home in the fires are still unable to go back and search for anything they left behind -- including their pets. that's why -- for the last 4 days -- judy stark and peter tapia have driven up from san francisco to the sonoma humane society in santa rosa. they've loaded up hundreds of pounds of cat food and water to take to burned out neighborhoods like coffey park. they drop it off in areas where they, or the national guard, have seen cats come out in the evening looking for food. ( james ) stark says there are at
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least 20 former house pets -- in the coffey park neighborhood alone -- that are eating and food and leave out. ( darya ) we continue to follow the wildfires burning in the north bay. it has taken a lot of man power to fight those fires.( james ) in sonoma county alone there are more than 3-thousand firefighters working to contain the nuns and tubbs fires. so now a market in santa rosa is taking the time to say thank you. oliver's market is treating first responders to free meals all week long. the market has been doing this since last week. < katrina hampton, shopper//
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"i didn't know that but that is amazing because they helped so much in our community."josh tuhtan, shopper//"it's really great to see the community come together and really help everyone out.">( james ) one firefighter told kron 4 that oliver's is not the only business giving first responders free food. in addition oliver's donated ten thousand dollars to the north bay fire relief fund and will match customer donations up to 25 thousand dollars. seven day (darya) that's it for us this morning... our next newscast is at 5 o clock tonight. (mark) don't forget, you can stay connected on our mobile app, kron four dot com and on our facebook and twitter feeds.
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