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( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next system will bring rain chances late sunday night through monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our area will likely see dry and
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warm weather. ( marty ) breaking news this morning in the south bay... a number of people had to be pulled out of a burning apartment in san jose. this happened near ninth and reed streets -- near the san jose state campus. we
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do have video from the scene. you can see a lot of smoke coming out of the apartment... and a number of firefighters are at the scene. no word on other injuries, nor on the cause of the fire. camila bernal is on her way to the scene. she'll have the very latest coming up in a live report. ( marty @ landing) electricity is back on inside a san francisco luxury high- rise apartment building. the building had been in the dark since tuesday. the fix is only temporary as contractors and electricians work to solve the underlying problem. kron four's spencer blake explains what happened. people who live in apartments in carmel rincon on howard street can see great views of the baybut for most of this weekthey haven't had much of a view áinside their homes. "the water, the hot water, the electricity. so yeah, it's been an interesting week." monday a water main broke, sending water into an electrical panel for the building. that day residents lost hot water, and the next day they lost power.the
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electrical panel had to be shut down and still has to dry out completely before it can be repaired.during the dark days, management company greystar issued everyone portable lights to use at home. "for lack of a better term, people have had to camp for three days. but it's not been difficult at all."this man's not alone in thinking that. several building tenants told me they were impressed by the building's willingness to bring in food trucks and pay for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for everyone, since cooking at home hasn't been possible."you know, i definitely think it's the time of year for grace, and in my heart i do think they've done the best job they can."with contractors and generators working outside, the lights started coming back on friday evening."the power's coming back on, slowly but surely, floor by floor."the apartments have had running ácold water all week. but because it will take a while for the auxiliary generators to heat everyone's water, carmel rincon has offered residents passes to the y-m-c-a around the corner so they can shower.and is also footing the bill for anyone wanting to stay in a hotel friday night.a resident who wrote an email to kron four says despite those nice
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gestures, the whole situation is still frustrating and humiliating for the tenants, who pay anywhere from three to five grand a month in rent. several others, though, don't hold the building at fault. "they've bent over backwards in a very difficult situation." ( marty ) another big story we're following this morning... nearly one year ago the city of oakland set out to improve its fire code inspection system after 36 people died in the ghost ship warehouse fire. now, kron 4's haaziq madyun reports the mayor of oakland and other city officials are detailing plans to prevent another according to oakland's ghost ship progress report not being able to gain access to inspect some buildings remains a problem for the city's building code enforcement. in one case the planning and building department has been seeking access to a property for close to a year. too long says oakland city councilmember noel gallosot
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just gotta pick up our action"> that action requires obtaining a warrant says darin ranelletti of the planning and building departmentsotcode enforcement inspectors were not allowed inside the ghostship warehouse. it was just about a year ago that fire claimed 36 lives, right here in councilmember noel gallo's fruitvale districtnat/sot haaziqdoes it take a year to get a get an inspection warrant?sothowever oakland mayor libby schaaf stands the plan developed to deal with properties that are not up to codesot: "a year ago we promised that we would not have a knee jerk reaction, that we would not go out and engage in a reactive campaign, that we would do the harder and more careful work of making permanent sustainable
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changes">city officials say in many cases inspection warrants are delayed by the process of trying to track down the owner of the propertygallo says in the wake of the ghost ship tragedy most building owners are working with the citysotsot
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elementary school, also in sonoma. the suspect in the case is jose lopez-perez. he is facing multiple charges including murder.. prosecutors say he was convicted of d-u-i back in 2013. ( marty ) coming up... wild turkeys on the loose. the mess they're making in the east bay... and why some people feel terrorized. ( marty ) plus... an upscale and gated bay area neighborhood is hit once again by thieves. why investigators believe this could be an inside job. ( marty ) and... spreading beyond disneyland. why health officials are expanding their search... as they try to find the source of a legionnaires' outbreak.
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eleven of those affected visited the park in september. four other cases affected people who lived in or had visited anaheim. that suggests there could be sources of the infection that have not yet been discovered. disneyland said it learned about the cases late last month. it shut down and disinfected two cooling towers. legionnaires' can cause severe pneumonia and is spread by mist from contaminated water. officials say disneyland no longer poses a risk to visitors. ( marty ) there's a recall involving holiday cookies... figi's companies is recalling two different products because they may contain undeclared milk allergens. the first is figi's christmas gingersnap variety that contains dark chocolate gingersnaps. they are sold through mail order. the other is bulk dark chocolate gingersnaps in clear plastic bags... those were sold at the company's outlet store in wisconsin. people who have an allergy to milk run the risk of a serious allergic reaction if they eat
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these products. ( dave )cold start, chilly this weekend, but dry. we'll put it together for you next !
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embarcadero this morning. toss to weather.
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(dave)dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next system will bring rain chances late sunday night through monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our area will likely see dry and warm weather. ( marty )
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( marty ) we're learning more about a deadly crash on highway 101 in san francisco. it involved a dump truck and a muni bus and caused a major traffic mess. kron4's gabe slate reports from the scene. summary: one person has died in a collision this evening on southbound u.s. highway 101 in san franciscothe crash involved a muni bus and a dump truck.2 people were transported to hospital for minor injuries 4 were treated on the sceneit happened just before 4 p.m. on the highway near the cesar chavez street off-ramp. ( marty @ ( marty @ landing) in the east bay...
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reports of aggressive wild turkeys invading neighborhoods. they are blocking traffic, scratching cars, and just hanging out on top of people's roofs. kron4's hermela aregawi has the story. ( marty )
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( marty ) the man who escaped from a mental institution in hawaii and fled to california has made a court apperance. randall sai-toe had been in a mental hospital for more than 30 years. he was acquitted for murder charges by reason of insanity. in court yesterday sai-toe told the judge he does not want to go back to hawaii. the judge set a date for a new hearing. according to the district attorney it is likely that sai-toe is just trying to buy time to try to avoid extradition.
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hawaii." ( marty ) sai-toe is now facing second degree escape charges. he says he wanted to escape to prove he can live in society without hurting anyone. ( marty ) coming up... the raiders are set to take on the patriots in mexico city. why oakland feels they have a home field advantage. live look outside... richmond bridge ( marty ) for the weekend: dreams for the future in redwood city. come out and enjoy historical performances. it's all happening at the san mateo county history museum from 1 to 2. the event is free to attend.
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champ. and jack del rio's raiders are about to get their wish. tom brady and the patriots will battlethe raiders this sunday at 1-25.
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this is a huge game for derek carr and his teammates. oakland is 4-and-5 this season. they're one game behind the current number 6 seed, buffalo bills. this will be a true test of endurance, stamina and will. this game will be played in mexico city...where the altitude is 7-thousand, 350 feet. raiders, don't you dare hyperventilate. the patriots are known for the patriots are known for thinking out of
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the box. they won on the road against the broncos last sunday.and due to the high elevation in colorado...the patriots decided to practice in colorado springs this week, hoping it will improve their conditioning. like the raiders, the patriots will travel to mexico city tomrorow. tom brady has never played in mexico city, but he's 2-and-oh in game played outside the united states.i have a feeling bill belichick drinks way too
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much coffee. i've never seen him so energetic.i have a feeling bill belichick drinks way too much coffee. i've never seen him so energetic. college hoops. stanford taking on northeastern down in palo alto. jerod haase's freshman class came to play. michael humprey led the way with 17 points and 11 boards. the huskies made it a game midway through the second half... but issac white hits a big tallied 17 stanford wins 73-59 monday night stanford will host the national champs, north carolina. live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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(dave)dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next system will bring rain chances late sunday night through
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monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our area will likely see dry and warm weather. ( marty ) jurors in the trial of
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the man accused of shooting and killing kate steinle will be allowed to consider a first-degree murder verdict. closing arguments are set for monday. jose garcia zarate is accused of intentionally shooting steinle on pier 14 in san francisco in july of 2015. a judge has agreed to a prosecutor's request to allow the jury to not only consider the second degree murder and involuntary
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manslaughter charges... but also 'first' degree murder. second degree applies to murder that is deliberate... but not pre-meditated. the prosecution has been trying to prove that zarate pointed a gun at steinle and deliberately pulled the trigger. ( marty ) thieves have again targeted the high end blackhawk neighborhood in contra costa county. multiple homes in the gated community have been burglarized over the last few months... kron4's maureen kelly reports a surveillance photo may hold a clue to the crimes. it's kind of a brazen and burglarydr michael ricupito opened his front door the evening of november 3rd and saw grass clippings and footprints on the floorwhen he walked further insde his home he understood why.i see my bed was flipped upside down the room
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was ransacked at that point i knew i was a victim of a burglarythese still images captured by his surveillance cameras..showign one suspect ring the doorbell as two wait communitcating either by phone or walkie talkie.. once the all clear was given one suspect broke his sliding glass door and made entry. they got away with jewerly, electronics and handbags.i'm the 10th burglary in black hawk to dateanother home on deer ridge drive was burglarized this week. police say that makes 11 burglaries since may.10 they believe were committed by the same crew of theives. these images were captured over the summer their black clothes look white because of the infrared cameras. all of the homes targetted back up against a golf course.it's pitch black at night there's no lights on the golf course but i do know that blackhawk country club and other neighboring country clubs like diablo and the other golf course in the area are thinking about lighting them up and not making it such such a dark placehere you can see the suspects actually using a golf cart during a crime spree where they hit three homes on the same night. that's why blackhawk police are confident the male suspects got assistance from someone from inside the community. the blackhawk homeowners assocation is offering a 25-thousand dollar reward for information leading
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to the apprehension and conviction of the suspectsone would think for $25,000 someone knows something and will step forwardmeanwhile this homeowner has put a chain on his back gate, is having his sliding glass door fixed and is upgrading his security system. but he believes it will take a lot longer to get his sense of security back. maureen kelly kron4 news ( marty ) a warning this morning for cal students.. police are looking for two robbers who might be targeting u-c berkeley students. the first robbery happened last thursday night... in the area of spruce and virginia streets. two men approached the victim and started a conversation... the pair then attacked the man. and less than an hour later... another person was robbed near people's park. then on sunday night... two men approached a victim and tried to take his phone and backpack...that victim fought back. and finally...the most recent robbery happened on tuesday also at spruce and virginia street. ( marty ) bart police have
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caught the man seen in a now viral video. it shows a man using racial slurs against a passenger... then hitting the rider. the man was found at the 12th street station in oakland... kron4's terisa estacio explains that bart is trying to make sure the man never rides it's trains again. estacio - oakland. bart officials confirmed with kron four news they took the man in custody at the 12th street station early this morning.(estacio) bart officials say they have now detained the man in this alarming video who was caught on camera berating a passenger spewing racial slurs. the incident happened on a richmond train heading to fremont this past monday. bart spokesperson alicia troust tells kron four news quote, they have identified him, but did not release his name to us. also, she added, they will be moving forward in seeking a prohibition order to ban him from the system." the victim in the video, did not want to press charges - he told kron four news that he was certainly concerned, especially when the man struck him not once but twice in the face. and the man who recorded the video told kron four he too was scared that
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the whole incident was going to escalate and get more violent. john burris. attorney. it does not rise to a crime. he seems crazy. i showed the video to civil rights and former federal prosecutor attorney john burris. burris. he needs help. we reached out to bart officials multiple times friday, to ask whether they planned to seek any type of charges, but were told the only information being released right now was the fact they are looking to ban him from the system. ( marty ) ( marty ) coming up...
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we're tracking the holiday travel rush. this morning... some expert advice to help you get out of town faster.
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toasting dad: i'm not one for speeches. but here's to... to many more years of friendship. and feasts! crowd: [laughing, cheering] to presents! a mi familia que lo es todo. ♪ to being right here, right now, with you. sfx: dog bark. and you. toasting dad: i guess what i'm trying to say is, here's to family. we're proud to bring your family amazing value every day. t.j. maxx. marshalls. homegoods. family is the greatest gift. thanksgiving is just a
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few days away, and the holiday travel season is upon us. and a lot of people are deciding to make a week of it. while the road and rails will get busier next week... one bay area airport is already at its peak. kron 4's dan kerman with more on what you need to know if you plan on traveling during the holiday season. the holiday travel season kicked into gear friday with 169-thouand passengers traveling in and out of sfo the airport's busiest day of
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the thanksgiving seasonsoti was very nervous about it and my husband said it would be great and we had a great day super fast and easy.sotfor being so hectic i think everybody understands its pretty crazy and everyone is pretty patient with everyone's hustle and bustle so its not so badsecurity lines were long but not overflowing a few things to keep in mind:if you are carrying electronics, everything bigger than a cell phone must come out of your carry on and be placed in its own bin.parking lots will fill up so call ahead to make sure there's spacealso arrive early there's a 3.6 % increase in traffic at sfo compared to the same period last year so the redomendation is to arrive 2 hours early for domestic flights, and 3 hours early for international flights.there's also expected to be a 3.2 % increase in those hitting the roads next week.. according to triple a, the time to avoid traveling in the bay is tuesday night during the evening commute travel that time and you might take you 2 and a half times as long. finally next week will be amtrak's busiest week of the year additional capacity will be added to capitol corridor monday through sunday with the busiest day expected on the
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wednesday before thanksgiving. ( marty ) still ahead... distrurbing video shows a deputy repeatedly punching a homeless man. what authorities say led up to the encounter. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our area will likely see dry and warm weather.
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( marty ) another victim of the north bay firestorm has been identified. 101-year old santa rosa resident tak-fu hung was one of 43 people killed in the fires.. he and his wife were reportedly in their home when the wildfire broke out. he told her to leave. but he could not make it through the flames. she was burned but survived. hung was a former general in china's army.. and was born in 1915 ( marty ) p-g-and-e is planning to cut down as many as 25-thousand fire-damaged trees across northern and
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central california. the company says it's part of an effort to protect power lines. p-g-and-e says arborists decide which trees need to be cut down along roads and across private property. the work should be done by the end of the year. p-g-and-e has been hit with multiple lawsuits claiming that poorly maintained power lines were responsible for last month's devastating fires. the official cause of those fires is still being investigated. ( marty ) this morning... neighbors in santa rosa connected though social media, and word of mouth are helping those who lost their homes and belongings in the tubbs fire. the community is organizing a number of garage sales. but instead of selling things... they'll be giving them away for free to those who ( marty )
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their goal is to give away clothes, furniture and appliances to low income, middle income and undocumented families. the garage sales start at 9 and runs until five. we have a list of all of the locations on our kron 4 website. ( marty ) a california deputy is off the job after video shows him repeatedly punching a homeless man. officials say the deputy was put on leave and an investigation is underway. son-see-ray tonsall reports. rafael magala/ translator: "sje said that the guy was coming from way more over here. and he was coming from the wrong side on the opposite side of the road."a friend translates as micaela garcia describes what she saw last friday night... right before someone else at modesto's caruso corner shopping center captured disturbing video that now has a stanislaus county deputy under investigation for repeatedly hitting a homeless man.this cell phone video... recorded without audio...
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shows what happened after deputies and modesto police responded to calls from the area about a man's erratic behavior in thick traffic at the intersection of crow's landing and hatch roads.in it... it appears deputy taylor knight hit that man at least 8 times with another officer on scene eventually trying to pull him back.micaela gracia/witness: "she was scared... cuz they had the kids inside so they got in there quick & locked it but she did feel bad for the guy who was getting beat up." garcia was selling flowers at one end of the parking lot tonight... just as she was last friday.she says the man - who is 33-years-old according to investigators - came at her.... before the take down. micaela gracia/witness: "he ran over here. she says he tried to get in the car but the locked it."sheriff adam christianson would not comment about the situation on camera today....but did give fox40 this statement, saying quote...."i am disappointed and concerned but i want the public to know that we are going to throughly investigate the incident to find out what happened and we will take the appropriate actions necessary once we have all the facts. we are looking at all circumstances leading up to the contact with the individual who was arrested and what happened or what you see happening in that video." the man hit by 3-year department veteran deputy knight was originally facing a felony suspicion of resisting arrest with force or violence....but the sheriff says what he saw in the video didn't support that.the charge was dropped to a misdemanor for delaying or obstructing a police officer and he was released within 48 hours of
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arrest, having suffered minor cuts to the head.christianson also told fox40 the man officers were trying to get under control and handcuff is a transient who is well-known to the department.despite that.... this kind of force.... against someone admittedly creating a hazard...but still just running through traffic.... doesn't make any sense to garcia.micaela gracia/witness: "she says that after watching that she thinks this place is kinda dangerous. but then again she think the cops shouldn't be that with a person." ( marty ) ( marty ) here's a live
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look at kirkwood this morning...
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accused of obstructing justice to theat the fbinuclear war, and of violating the constitution by taking money from foreign governments and threatening to shut down news organizations
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that report the truth. if that isn't a case for impeaching and removing a dangerous president, then what has our government become? i'm tom steyer, and like you, i'm a citizen who knows it's up to us to do something. it's why i'm funding this effort to raise our voices together and demand that elected officials take a stand on impeachment. a republican congress once impeached a president for far less. yet today people in congress and his own administration know that this president is a clear and present danger who's mentally unstable and armed with nuclear weapons. and they do nothing. join us and tell your member of congress that they have a moral responsibility to stop doing what's political and start doing what's right. our country depends on it. ( marty ) the d-c super
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heroes finally unite. "justice league" is now in theaters... leading the new weekend releases. david daniel has more on whats now showing on the big screen. (nat) "shall we?""justice league" is here, as the d-c super-hero universe tries to build on "wonder woman's" success. analysts are predicting a 110-million- dollar start for "league," slightly higher than "wonder woman's" debut... but it's getting mixed reviews, so longer-term prospects for the film may not be so super."you are not ugly, auggie.""you just have to say that because you're my mom!""because i'm your mom, it counts the most,
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because i know you the most." two other movies open to much more modest expectations. "wonder," based on a best-selling children's novel, stars julia roberts, owen wilson and jacob tremblay. the family film with a message of kindness is looking at a nine-million-dollar debut. "you're in danger! you need to listen to what i'm about to say extremely carefully!" (nat- braying)"do you want a belly rub?"then there's "the star," an animated adventure that tells the nativity story from the animals' perspectives. box office watchers figure enough people will follow "the star" to theaters for a seven-million-dollar opening weekend. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( dave ) cold start, chilly this weekend, but dry. we'll put it together for you next ! heavy, labored breathing
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heavy, labored breathing heavy, labored breathing coughing breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask covered california. it's more than just health care. it's life care. ( marty ) here is a live
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look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next system will bring rain chances late sunday night through
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monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our area will likely see dry and warm weather. ( marty @ landing) electricity is back on inside a san francisco luxury high- rise apartment building.
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the building had been in the dark since tuesday. the fix is only temporary as contractors and electricians work to solve the underlying problem. kron four's spencer blake explains what happened. people who live in apartments in carmel rincon on howard street can see great views of the baybut for most of this weekthey haven't had much of a view áinside their homes. "the water, the hot water, the electricity. so yeah, it's been an interesting week." monday a water main broke, sending water into an electrical panel for the building. that day residents lost hot water, and the next day they lost power.the electrical panel had to be shut down and still has to dry out completely before it can be repaired.during the dark days, management company greystar issued everyone portable lights to use at home. "for lack of a better term, people have had to camp for three days. but it's not been difficult at all."this man's not alone in thinking that. several building tenants told me they were impressed by the building's willingness to bring in food trucks and pay
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for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for everyone, since cooking at home hasn't been possible."you know, i definitely think it's the time of year for grace, and in my heart i do think they've done the best job they can."with contractors and generators working outside, the lights started coming back on friday evening."the power's coming back on, slowly but surely, floor by floor."the apartments have had running ácold water all week. but because it will take a while for the auxiliary generators to heat everyone's water, carmel rincon has offered residents passes to the y-m-c-a around the corner so they can shower.and is also footing the bill for anyone wanting to stay in a hotel friday night.a resident who wrote an email to kron four says despite those nice gestures, the whole situation is still frustrating and humiliating for the tenants, who pay anywhere from three to five grand a month in rent. several others, though, don't hold the building at fault. "they've bent over backwards in a very difficult situation." breaking news this morning in the south bay... an apartment fire near the san jose state campus kills two people. kron 4's
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camila bernal is live from the scene with more. camila? (camila)two people were killed in an apartment fire near san jose state university saturday morning, according to fire officials.the two-alarm fire broke out around 4:55 a.m. at 9th and reed streets, just a few blocks east of campus. video shows firefighters giving cpr to multiple victims pulled from the burning building.there are two confirmed fatalities, according to fire officials. two other people were rushed to the hospital in critical condition.no firefighters were injured.crews knocked the fire within 45 minutes.the cause of the fire is unknown. investigators are looking into the possibility of arson.no further information is available at this time.
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( marty ) another big story we are following this morning... we have learned a seven year old girl has died after being hurt in a crash that also killed her mother. their car was hit head on by alleged drunk driver. it happened on highway 12 in sonoma county just west of agua caliente road. the
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mother has been identified as estefania soto from boyes hot springs. she was a hair stylist at the crush beauty bar in sonoma.. her daughter kaliyah adkins was a student at sassarini elementary school, also in sonoma. the suspect in the case is jose lopez-perez. he is facing multiple charges murder.. prosecutors say he was convicted of d-u-i back in 2013. ( marty ) we're learning more from the brother of a man shot by bart police in richmond earlier this week. it happened just after midnight on village lane not far from the bart station. richmond police say the suspect reached for his gun. but his brother is telling a different story. his brother thomas says jeremiah witherspoon had his hands up when officers shot him twice. it all started when bart police responded to calls of a man with a gun who might have been involved in some sort of physical altercation at bart. they found jeremiah who
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matched the description. when they approached, richmond police say the suspect reached for his rifle, forcing offciers to shoot him. the gun was recovered at the scene. the suspect's brother claims bart p-d have dropped all charges against witherspoon. but that was not confirmed by richmond police. who say witherspoon is expected to face charges, and are working on building a case against him. ( marty ) coming up... wild turkeys on the loose. the mess they're making in the east bay... and why some people feel terrorized. ( marty ) plus... an upscale and gated bay area neighborhood is hit once again by thieves. why investigators believe this could be an inside job. ( marty ) and... spreading beyond disneyland. why health officials are expanding their search... as they try to find the source of a legionnaires' outbreak.
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toasting dad: i'm not one for speeches. but here's to... to many more years of friendship. and feasts! crowd: [laughing, cheering]
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to presents! a mi familia que lo es todo. ♪ to being right here, right now, with you. sfx: dog bark. and you. toasting dad: i guess what i'm trying to say is, here's to family. we're proud to bring your family amazing value every day. t.j. maxx. marshalls. homegoods. family is the greatest gift. ♪ ♪ hi ted, glad you could join us! ♪ ♪ give it a try. mmm. give that to me. ♪ ♪ (laughing) ted? ♪ ♪ ( marty ) for your health:
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here is a look at some of the new medical findings released this ( marty ) southern
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california health officials investigating the source of a legionnaires' outbreak are now looking beyond disneyland. the disease has killed two people and sickened 15. eleven of those affected visited the park in september. four other cases affected people who lived in or had visited anaheim. that suggests there could be sources of the infection that have not yet been discovered. disneyland said it learned about the cases late last month. it shut down and disinfected two cooling towers. legionnaires' can cause severe pneumonia and is spread by mist from contaminated water. officials say disneyland no longer poses a risk to visitors. ( marty ) there's a recall involving holiday cookies... figi's companies is recalling two different products because they may contain undeclared milk allergens. the first is figi's christmas gingersnap variety that contains dark chocolate gingersnaps. they are sold through mail order. the other is bulk dark
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chocolate gingersnaps in clear plastic bags... those were sold at the company's outlet store in wisconsin. people who have an allergy to milk run the risk of a serious allergic reaction if they eat these products. ( dave )chilly this weekend, but dry. we'll put it together for you next !
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morning. toss to weather. (dave)dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next
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system will bring rain chances late sunday night through monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our area will likely see dry and warm weather. ( marty ) ( marty ) we're learning
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more about a deadly crash on highway 101 in san francisco. it involved a dump truck and a muni bus and caused a major traffic mess. kron4's gabe slate reports from the scene. summary: one person has died in a collision this evening on southbound u.s. highway 101 in san franciscothe crash
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involved a muni bus and a dump truck.2 people were transported to hospital for minor injuries 4 were treated on the sceneit happened just before 4 p.m. on the highway near the cesar chavez street off-ramp. ( marty @ landing) in the east landing)( marty @ landing) in the east bay... reports of aggressive wild turkeys invading
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neighborhoods. they are blocking traffic, scratching cars, and just hanging out on top of people's roofs. kron4's hermela aregawi has the story. ( marty ) the man who escaped from a mental institution in hawaii
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and fled to california has made a court apperance. randall sai-toe had been in a mental hospital for more than 30 years. he was acquitted for murder charges by reason of insanity. in court yesterday sai-toe told the judge he does not want to go back to hawaii. the judge set a date for a new hearing. according to the district attorney it is likely that sai- toe is just trying to buy time to try to avoid extradition.
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dreams for the future in redwood city. come out and enjoy historical performances. it's all happening at the san mateo county history museum from 1 to 2. the event is free to attend.
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everyone wants a shot at the champ. and jack del rio's raiders are about to get their wish. tom brady and the patriots will battlethe raiders this sunday at 1-25. this is a huge game for derek carr and his teammates. oakland is 4-and-5 this season. they're one game behind the current number 6 seed, buffalo bills. this will be a true test of endurance, stamina and will. this game will be played in mexico city...where the altitude is 7-thousand, 350 feet. raiders, don't you dare hyperventilate. the patriots are known for thinking out of the box. they won on the road against the
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broncos last sunday.and due to the high elevation in colorado...the patriots decided to practice in colorado springs this week, hoping it will improve their conditioning. like the raiders, the patriots will travel to mexico city tomrorow. tom brady has never played in mexico city, but he's 2-and-oh in game played outside the united states.i have a feeling bill belichick drinks way too much coffee. i've never seen him so energetic.i have a feeling bill belichick drinks way too much coffee. i've never seen him so energetic. college hoops. college energetic.him so i've never
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seen much coffee. drinks way too bill belichick drinks way too much coffee. drinks way too bill belichick drinks way too much coffee. him so college hoops. stanford taking on northeastern down in palo alto. jerod haase's freshman class came to play. michael humprey led the way with 17 points and 11 boards. the huskies made it a game midway through the second half... but issac white hits a big three... he also tallied 17 stanford wins 73-59
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monday night stanford will host the national champs, north carolina. ( marty ) and happening today... it's the big game. stanford is set to host cal today at stanford stadium in palo alto. today's game will kick off at 5. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. how's your cafe au lait? oh, it's actually... sfx: (short balloon squeal) it's ver... sfx: (balloon squeals) ok can we... sfx: (balloon squeals) goodbye! oof, that milk in your coffee was messing with you, wasn't it?
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try lactaid, it's real milk, without that annoying lactose. good right? yeah. lactaid. the milk that doesn't mess with you. ( marty ) here's a live
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look at the bay bridge. (dave)dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next system will bring rain chances late sunday night through
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monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our area will likely see dry and warm weather. ( marty )
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( marty ) jurors in the trial of the man accused of shooting and killing kate steinle will be allowed to consider a first-degree murder verdict. closing arguments are set for monday. jose garcia zarate is accused of intentionally shooting steinle on pier 14 in san francisco in july of 2015. a judge has agreed to a prosecutor's request to allow the jury to not only consider the second degree murder and involuntary manslaughter charges... but also 'first' degree murder. second degree applies to murder that is deliberate... but not pre-meditated. the prosecution has been trying to prove that zarate pointed a
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gun at steinle and deliberately pulled the trigger. ( marty ) thieves have again targeted the high end blackhawk neighborhood in contra costa county. multiple homes in the gated community have been burglarized over the last few months... kron4's maureen kelly reports a surveillance photo may hold a clue to the crimes. it's kind of a brazen and burglarydr michael ricupito opened his front door the evening of november 3rd and saw grass clippings and footprints on the floorwhen he walked further insde his home he understood why.i see my bed was flipped upside down the room was ransacked at that point i knew i was a victim of a burglarythese still images captured by his surveillance cameras..showign one suspect ring the doorbell as two wait communitcating either by phone or walkie talkie.. once the all clear was given one suspect broke his sliding glass door and made entry. they got away with jewerly, electronics and handbags.i'm the 10th burglary in black hawk to dateanother home on deer ridge drive was burglarized this week. police
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say that makes 11 burglaries since may.10 they believe were committed by the same crew of theives. these images were captured over the summer their black clothes look white because of the infrared cameras. all of the homes targetted back up against a golf course.it's pitch black at night there's no lights on the golf course but i do know that blackhawk country club and other neighboring country clubs like diablo and the other golf course in the area are thinking about lighting them up and not making it such such a dark placehere you can see the suspects actually using a golf cart during a crime spree where they hit three homes on the same night. that's why blackhawk police are confident the male suspects got assistance from someone from inside the community. the blackhawk homeowners assocation is offering a 25-thousand dollar reward for information leading to the apprehension and conviction of the suspectsone would think for $25,000 someone knows something and will step forwardmeanwhile this homeowner has put a chain on his back gate, is having his sliding glass door fixed and is upgrading his security system. but he believes it will take a lot longer to get his sense of security back.
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maureen kelly kron4 news ( marty ) a warning this morning for cal students.. police are looking for two robbers who might be targeting u-c berkeley students. the first robbery happened last thursday night... in the area of spruce and virginia streets. two men approached the victim and started a conversation... the pair then attacked the man. and less than an hour later... another person was robbed near people's park. then on sunday night... two men approached a victim and tried to take his phone and backpack...that victim fought back. and finally...the most recent robbery happened on tuesday also at spruce and virginia street. ( marty ) bart police have caught the man seen in a now viral video. it shows a man using racial slurs against a passenger... then hitting the rider. the man was found at the 12th street station in oakland...
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kron4's terisa estacio explains that bart is trying to make sure the man never rides it's trains again. estacio - oakland. bart officials confirmed with kron four news they took the man in custody at the 12th street station early this morning.(estacio) bart officials say they have now detained the man in this alarming video who was caught on camera berating a passenger spewing racial slurs. the incident happened on a richmond train heading to fremont this past monday. bart spokesperson alicia troust tells kron four news quote, they have identified him, but did not release his name to us. also, she added, they will be moving forward in seeking a prohibition order to ban him from the system." the victim in the video, did not want to press charges - he told kron four news that he was certainly concerned, especially when the man struck him not once but twice in the face. and the man who recorded the video told kron four he too was scared that the whole incident was going to escalate and get more violent. john burris. attorney. it does not rise to a crime. he seems crazy. i showed the video to civil rights and former federal prosecutor attorney john burris. burris. he needs help. we reached out to bart
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officials multiple times friday, to ask whether they planned to seek any type of charges, but were told the only information being released right now was the fact they are looking to ban him from the system. ( marty ) ( marty ) coming up... we're
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if gravity's your biggest fan, it's ok. we understand. there's a little klutz in all of us. that's why we made clorox splash-less bleach... ...splashless. shine on, klutzes. shine on. thanksgiving is just a few
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days away, and the holiday travel season is upon us. and a lot of people are deciding to make a week of it. while the road and rails will get busier next week... one bay area airport is already at its peak. kron 4's dan kerman with more on what you need to know if you plan on traveling during the holiday season. the holiday travel season kicked into gear friday with 169-thouand passengers traveling in and out of sfo the airport's busiest day of the thanksgiving seasonsoti was very nervous about it and my husband said it would be great and we had a great day super fast and easy.sotfor being so hectic i think everybody understands its pretty crazy and everyone is pretty patient with everyone's hustle and bustle so its not so badsecurity lines were long but not overflowing a few
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things to keep in mind:if you are carrying electronics, everything bigger than a cell phone must come out of your carry on and be placed in its own bin.parking lots will fill up so call ahead to make sure there's spacealso arrive early there's a 3.6 % increase in traffic at sfo compared to the same period last year so the redomendation is to arrive 2 hours early for domestic flights, and 3 hours early for international flights.there's also expected to be a 3.2 % increase in those hitting the roads next week.. according to triple a, the time to avoid traveling in the bay is tuesday night during the evening commute travel that time and you might take you 2 and a half times as long. finally next week will be amtrak's busiest week of the year additional capacity will be added to capitol corridor monday through sunday with the busiest day expected on the wednesday before thanksgiving. ( marty ) still ahead... the
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changes oakland has made to prevent another warehouse tragedy like the ghost ship fire... and the work that still needs to be done.
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( marty ) live look outside...sutro tower. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next system will bring rain chances late sunday night through monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our
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area will likely see dry and warm weather.
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( marty ) another victim of the north bay firestorm has been identified. 101-year old santa rosa resident tak-fu
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hung was one of 43 people killed in the fires.. he and his wife were reportedly in their home when the wildfire broke out. he told her to leave. but he could not make it through the flames. she was burned but survived. hung was a former general in china's army.. and was born in 1915 ( marty ) p-g-and-e is planning to cut down as many as 25-thousand fire-damaged trees across northern and central california. the company says it's part of an effort to protect power lines. p-g-and-e says arborists decide which trees need to be cut down along roads and across private property. the work should be done by the end of the year. p-g-and-e has been hit with multiple lawsuits claiming that poorly maintained power lines were responsible for last month's devastating fires. the official cause of those fires is still being investigated. ( marty ) this morning... neighbors in santa rosa connected though social media, and word of mouth are
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helping those who lost their homes and belongings in the tubbs fire. the community is organizing a number of garage sales. but instead of selling things... they'll be giving them away for free to those who need it most. ( marty ) their goal is to give away clothes, furniture and appliances to low income, middle income and undocumented families. the garage sales start at 9 and runs until five. we have a list of all of the locations on our kron 4 website. ( marty ) another big story we're following this morning... nearly one year ago the city of oakland set out to improve its fire code inspection system after 36 people died in the ghost ship warehouse fire. now, kron 4's haaziq madyun reports the mayor of oakland and other city officials are detailing plans to prevent another tragedy.
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according to oakland's ghost ship progress report not being able to gain access to inspect some buildings remains a problem for the city's building code enforcement. in one case the planning and building department has been seeking access to a property for close to a year. too long says oakland city councilmember noel gallosot that action requires obtaining a warrant says darin ranelletti of the planning and building departmentsotcode enforcement inspectors were not allowed inside the ghostship warehouse. it was just about a year ago that fire claimed 36 lives, right here in councilmember noel gallo's fruitvale districtnat/sot haaziqdoes it take a year to get a get an inspection warrant?sot
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city council: "that is one of the challenges that we have, certainly it is very clear what the laws are and the rules are in the city of oakland and like this property here the ghostship the property owner doesn't adhere to that">however oakland mayor libby schaaf stands the plan developed to deal with properties that are not up to codesot: "a year ago we promised that we would not have a knee jerk reaction, that we would not go out and engage in a reactive campaign, that we would do the harder and more careful work of making permanent sustainable changes">city officials say in many cases inspection warrants are delayed by the process of trying to track down the owner of the propertygallo says in the wake of the ghost ship tragedy most building owners are working with the citysotsot
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action. but if superheroes aren't your thing... we'll tell you what else is new in theaters. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning...
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( marty ) the d-c super heroes finally unite. "justice league" is now in theaters... leading the new weekend releases. david daniel has more on whats now showing on the big screen. (nat) "shall we?""justice league" is here, as the d-c super-hero universe tries to build on "wonder woman's" success. analysts are predicting a 110-million- dollar start for "league,"
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slightly higher than "wonder woman's" debut... but it's getting mixed reviews, so longer-term prospects for the film may not be so super."you are not ugly, auggie.""you just have to say that because you're my mom!""because i'm your mom, it counts the most, because i know you the most." two other movies open to much more modest expectations. "wonder," based on a best-selling children's novel, stars julia roberts, owen wilson and jacob tremblay. the family film with a message of kindness is looking at a nine-million-dollar debut. "you're in danger! you need to listen to what i'm about to say extremely carefully!" (nat- braying)"do you want a belly rub?"then there's animated adventure that tells the from the animals' perspectives. box office watchers figure enough people will follow "the theaters for a seven-million- dollar opening weekend. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) take a look at this: macy's in san francisco unveiled its annual holiday window display in union square. people love
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it --- since it features pets that are up for adoption.... this year there are more adoptable animals on the sixth floor... at least tens of thousands of visitors stop by each year. macys says last year 257 animals found new homes through the holiday window display. ( dave )cold start, chilly this weekend, but dry. we'll put it together for you next !
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this is what i make... honey bunches of oats. it's crispy sweetened flakes, plus crunchy granola clusters, plus a touch of honey. it is 'mmmm', is good! it all adds up to a mouthful of joy. honey bunches of oats. have you tried it yet? here is a live look at the embarcadero.
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( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next system will bring rain chances late sunday night through monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our area will likely see dry and warm weather.
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breaking news this morning in the south bay... an apartment fire near the san jose state campus kills two people. kron 4's camila bernal is live from the scene with more. camila? (camila)two people were killed in an apartment fire near san jose state university saturday morning, according to fire officials.the two-alarm fire broke out around 4:55 a.m. at 9th and reed streets, just a few blocks east of campus. video shows firefighters giving cpr to multiple victims pulled from the burning building.there are two confirmed fatalities, according to fire officials. two other people were rushed to the hospital in critical
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condition.no firefighters were injured.crews knocked the fire within 45 minutes.the cause of the fire is unknown. investigators are looking into the possibility of arson.no further information is available at this time. time.
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( marty @ landing) electricity is back on inside a san francisco luxury high- rise apartment building. the building had been in the dark since tuesday. the fix is only temporary as contractors and electricians work to solve the underlying problem. kron four's spencer blake explains what happened. people who live in apartments in carmel rincon on howard street can see great views of the baybut for most of this weekthey haven't had much of a view áinside their homes. "the water, the hot water, the electricity. so yeah, it's been an interesting week." monday a water main broke, sending water into an electrical panel for the building. that day residents lost hot water, and the next day they lost power.the electrical panel had to be shut down and still has to dry out completely before it can be repaired.during the dark
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days, management company greystar issued everyone portable lights to use at home. "for lack of a better term, people have had to camp for three days. but it's not been difficult at all."this man's not alone in thinking that. several building tenants told me they were impressed by the building's willingness to bring in food trucks and pay for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for everyone, since cooking at home hasn't been possible."you know, i definitely think it's the time of year for grace, and in my heart i do think they've done the best job they can."with contractors and generators working outside, the lights started coming back on friday evening."the power's coming back on, slowly but surely, floor by floor."the apartments have had running ácold water all week. but because it will take a while for the auxiliary generators to heat everyone's water, carmel rincon has offered residents passes to the y-m-c-a around the corner so they can shower.and is also footing the bill for anyone wanting to stay in a hotel friday night.a resident who wrote an email to kron four says despite those nice gestures, the whole situation is still frustrating and humiliating for the tenants, who pay anywhere from three to five grand a month in rent. several others, though, don't hold the building at fault. "they've bent over backwards
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in a very difficult situation." ( marty ) another big story we are following this morning... we have learned a seven year old girl has died after being hurt in a crash that also killed her mother. their car was hit head on by alleged drunk driver. it happened on highway 12 in sonoma county just west of agua caliente road. the mother has been identified as estefania soto from boyes hot springs. she was a hair stylist at the crush beauty bar in sonoma.. her daughter kaliyah adkins was a student at sassarini elementary school, also in sonoma. the suspect in the case is jose lopez-perez. he is facing multiple charges including murder.. prosecutors say he was convicted of d-u-i back in 2013. ( marty ) we're learning more from the brother of a man shot by bart police in richmond earlier this week. it happened just after midnight on village lane not far from the bart station.
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richmond police say the suspect reached for his gun. but his brother is telling a different story. his brother thomas says jeremiah witherspoon had his hands up when officers shot him twice. it all started when bart police responded to calls of a man with a gun who might have been involved in some sort of physical altercation at bart. they found jeremiah who matched the description. when they approached, richmond police say the suspect reached for his rifle, forcing offciers to shoot him. the gun was recovered at the scene. the suspect's brother claims bart p-d have dropped all charges against witherspoon. but that was not confirmed by richmond police. who say witherspoon is expected to face charges, and are working on building a case against him. ( marty ) coming up... wild turkeys on the loose. the mess they're making in the east bay... and why some people feel terrorized. ( marty ) plus... an upscale and gated bay area neighborhood is hit once again by thieves. why
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investigators believe this could be an inside job. ( marty ) and... spreading beyond disneyland. why health officials are expanding their search... as they try to find the source of a legionnaires' outbreak. ( marty ) for your health:
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here is a look at some of the new medical findings released this week: ( marty ) southern california health officials investigating the source of a legionnaires' outbreak are now looking beyond disneyland. the disease has killed two people and sickened 15. eleven of those affected visited the park in september. four other cases affected people who lived in or had visited anaheim. that suggests there could be sources of the infection that have not yet been discovered. disneyland said it learned about the cases late last month. it shut down and disinfected two cooling towers. legionnaires' can cause severe pneumonia and is spread by mist from contaminated water. officials say disneyland no longer poses a risk to visitors. ( marty ) there's a recall
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involving holiday cookies... figi's companies is recalling two different products because they may contain undeclared milk allergens. the first is figi's christmas gingersnap variety that contains dark chocolate gingersnaps. they are sold through mail order. the other is bulk dark chocolate gingersnaps in clear plastic bags... those were sold at the company's outlet store in wisconsin. people who have an allergy to milk run the risk of a serious allergic reaction if they eat these products. ( dave )cold start, chilly this weekend, but dry. we'll put it together for you next ! ( marty ) for the weekend: it's the holiday boutique in redwood city. come out and enjoy various artist and vendors. it's all happening at the peninsula hope church from 10 to 5. the event is free to attend.
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oooooooo... awwwwww... yummmm... denny's new holiday pancakes are delicious. you guys can have some if you want. order now at denny's.com here's a live look at the
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embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave) dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next system will bring rain chances late sunday night through monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our
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area will likely see dry and warm weather.
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( marty ) we're learning more about a deadly crash on highway 101 in san francisco. it involved a dump truck and a muni bus and caused a major traffic mess. kron4's gabe slate reports from the scene. summary: one person has died in a collision this evening on southbound u.s. highway 101 in san franciscothe crash involved a muni bus and a dump truck.2 people were transported to hospital for minor injuries 4 were treated on the sceneit happened just before 4 p.m. on the highway near the cesar chavez street off-ramp.
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( marty @ landing) in the east bay... reports of aggressive wild turkeys invading neighborhoods. they are blocking traffic, scratching cars, and just hanging out on top of people's roofs. kron4's hermela aregawi has the story. ( marty ) the man who escaped from a mental institution in hawaii and fled to california has made a court apperance. randall sai- apperance.made a court california has fled to hawaii and institution in mental
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escaped from a the man who ( marty ) ( marty ) the man who escaped from a mental institution in hawaii and fled to california has made a court apperance. randall sai-toe had been in a mental hospital for more than 30 years. he was acquitted for murder charges by reason of insanity. in court yesterday sai-toe told the judge he does not want to go back to hawaii. the judge set a date for a new hearing. according to the district attorney it is likely that sai-toe is just trying to buy time to try to avoid extradition.
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everyone wants a shot at the
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champ. and jack del rio's raiders are about to get their wish. tom brady and the patriots will battlethe raiders this sunday at 1-25. this is a huge game for derek carr and his teammates. oakland is 4-and-5 this season. they're one game behind the current number 6 seed, buffalo bills. this will be a true test of endurance, stamina and will. this game will be played in mexico city...where the altitude is 7-thousand, 350 feet. raiders, don't you dare hyperventilate. the patriots are known for
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thinking out of the box. they won on the road against the broncos last sunday.and due to the high elevation in colorado...the patriots decided to practice in colorado springs this week, hoping it will improve their conditioning. like the raiders, the patriots will travel to mexico city tomrorow. tom brady has never played in mexico city, but he's 2-and-oh in game played outside the united states. i have a feeling bill
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belichick i have a feeling i have a feeling bill belichick drinks way too much coffee. i've never seen him so energetic.i have a feeling bill belichick drinks way too much coffee. i've never seen him so energetic. college hoops. stanford northeastern down in palo alto. jerod haase's freshman class came to play. michael humprey led the way with 17 points and 11 boards. the huskies made it a game midway through the second half... but issac white hits a big three... he also stanford wins 73-59 monday night stanford will host the national champs, north carolina. ( marty ) and happening today... it's the big game. stanford is set to host cal today at stanford stadium in palo alto. today's game will kick off at 5.
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live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. (dave)dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next system will bring rain chances late sunday night through monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our area will likely see dry and warm weather.
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( marty ) jurors in the trial of
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the man accused of shooting and killing kate steinle will be allowed to consider a first-degree murder verdict. closing arguments are set for monday. jose garcia zarate is accused of intentionally shooting steinle on pier 14 in san francisco in july of 2015. a judge has agreed to a prosecutor's request to allow the jury to not only consider the second degree murder and involuntary manslaughter charges... but also 'first' degree murder. second degree applies to murder that is deliberate... but not pre-meditated. the prosecution has been trying to prove that zarate pointed a gun at steinle and deliberately pulled the trigger. ( marty ) thieves have again targeted the high end blackhawk neighborhood in contra costa county. multiple homes in the gated community have been burglarized over the last few months... kron4's maureen kelly reports a surveillance photo may hold a clue to the crimes. it's kind of a brazen and
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burglarydr michael ricupito opened his front door the evening of november 3rd and saw grass clippings and footprints on the floorwhen he walked further insde his home he understood why.i see my bed was flipped upside down the room was ransacked at that point i knew i was a victim of a burglarythese still images captured by his surveillance cameras..showign one suspect ring the doorbell as two wait communitcating either by phone or walkie talkie.. once the all clear was given one suspect broke his sliding glass door and made entry. they got away with jewerly, electronics and handbags.i'm the 10th burglary in black hawk to dateanother home on deer ridge drive was burglarized this week. police say that makes 11 burglaries since may.10 they believe were committed by the same crew of theives. these images were captured over the summer their black clothes look white because of the infrared cameras. all of the homes targetted back up against a golf course.it's pitch black at night there's no lights on the golf course but i do know that blackhawk country club and other neighboring country clubs like diablo and the other golf course in the area are thinking about lighting them up and not making it such such a dark placehere you can see the suspects actually using a golf cart during a crime spree where they hit
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three homes on the same night. that's why blackhawk police are confident the male suspects got assistance from someone from inside the community. the blackhawk homeowners assocation is offering a 25-thousand dollar reward for information leading to the apprehension and conviction of the suspectsone would think for $25,000 someone knows something and will step forwardmeanwhile this homeowner has put a chain on his back gate, is having his sliding glass door fixed and is upgrading his security system. but he believes it will take a lot longer to get his sense of security back. maureen kelly kron4 news ( marty ) a warning this morning for cal students.. police are looking for two robbers who might be targeting u-c berkeley students. the
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first robbery happened last thursday night... in the area of spruce and virginia streets. two men approached the victim and started a conversation... the pair then attacked the man. and less than an hour later... another person was robbed near people's park. then on sunday night... two men approached a victim and tried to take his phone and backpack...that victim fought back. and finally...the most recent robbery happened on tuesday also at spruce and virginia street. ( marty ) bart police have caught the man seen in a now viral video. it shows a man using racial slurs against a passenger... then hitting the rider. the man was found at the 12th street station in oakland... kron4's terisa estacio explains that bart is trying to make sure the man never rides it's trains again. estacio - oakland. bart officials confirmed with kron four news they took the man in custody at the 12th street station early this morning.(estacio) bart officials say they have now detained the man in this alarming video who was caught on camera berating a passenger
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spewing racial slurs. the incident happened on a richmond train heading to fremont this past monday. bart spokesperson alicia troust tells kron four news quote, they have identified him, but did not release his name to us. also, she added, they will be moving forward in seeking a prohibition order to ban him from the system." the victim in the video, did not want to press charges - he told kron four news that he was certainly concerned, especially when the man struck him not once but twice in the face. and the man who recorded the video told kron four he too was scared that the whole incident was going to escalate and get more violent. john burris. attorney. it does not rise to a crime. he seems crazy. i showed the video to civil rights and former federal prosecutor attorney john burris. burris. he needs help. we reached out to bart officials multiple times friday, to ask whether they planned to seek any type of charges, but were told the only information being released right now was the fact they are looking to ban him from the system. ( marty )
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( marty ) ( marty ) san francisco commuters just got a sleek new upgrade. muni tweeted photos of the new trains. the new cars will supposedly have more reliable passenger doors, the driver will be able to see better. and the buses will have better brakes.
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and they'll also require less maintenance. the new interior and exterior features were designed with input from a 2014 public survey. ( marty ) coming up... we're tracking the holiday travel rush. this morning... some expert advice to help you get out of town faster. live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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thanksgiving is just a few days away, and the holiday travel season is upon us. and a lot of people are deciding to make a week of it. while the road and rails will get busier next week... one bay area airport is already at its peak. kron 4's dan kerman with more on what you need to know if you plan on traveling during the holiday season. the holiday travel season kicked into gear friday with 169-thouand passengers
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traveling in and out of sfo the airport's busiest day of the thanksgiving seasonsoti was very nervous about it and my husband said it would be great and we had a great day super fast and easy.sotfor being so hectic i think everybody understands its pretty crazy and everyone is pretty patient with everyone's hustle and bustle so its not so badsecurity lines were long but not overflowing a few things to keep in mind:if you are carrying electronics, everything bigger than a cell phone must come out of your carry on and be placed in its own bin.parking lots will fill up so call ahead to make sure there's spacealso arrive early there's a 3.6 % increase in traffic at sfo compared to the same period last year so the redomendation is to arrive 2 hours early for domestic flights, and 3 hours early for international flights.there's also expected to be a 3.2 % increase in those hitting the roads next week.. according to triple a, the time to avoid traveling in the bay is tuesday night during the evening commute travel that time and you might take you 2 and a half times as long. finally next week will be amtrak's busiest week of the year additional capacity will be added to capitol corridor
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monday through sunday with the busiest day expected on the wednesday before thanksgiving. ( marty ) still ahead... the changes oakland has made to prevent another warehouse tragedy like the ghost ship fire... and the work that be done.
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( marty ) live look outside...sutro tower. (dave)dry and seasonably cool weather can be expected through the weekend. the next
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system will bring rain chances late sunday night through monday, mainly across the north bay. additional rainfall is possible at times in the north bay for much of next week, but most of our area will likely see dry and warm weather.
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( marty ) another victim of the north bay firestorm has been identified. 101-year old santa rosa resident tak-fu hung was one of 43 people killed in the fires.. he and his wife were reportedly in their home when the wildfire broke out. he told her to leave. but he could not make it through the flames. she was burned but survived. hung was a former general in china's army.. and was born in 1915 ( marty ) p-g-and-e is planning to cut down as many as 25-thousand fire-damaged trees across northern and central california. the company says it's part of an effort to protect power lines. p-g-and-e says arborists decide which trees need to be cut down along roads and across private property. the work should be done by the end of the year. p-g-and-e has been hit with multiple
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lawsuits claiming that poorly maintained power lines were responsible for last month's devastating fires. the official cause of those fires is still being investigated. ( marty ) this morning... neighbors in santa rosa connected though social media, and word of mouth are helping those who lost their homes and belongings in the tubbs fire. the community is organizing a number of garage sales. but instead of selling things... they'll be giving them away for free to those who need it most. ( marty ) their goal is to give away clothes, furniture and appliances to low income, middle income and undocumented families. the garage sales started at 9 and run until five. we have a list of all of the locations on our kron 4 ( marty ) another big story we're following this morning... nearly one
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year ago the city of oakland set out to improve its fire code inspection system after 36 people died in the ghost ship warehouse fire. now, kron 4's haaziq madyun reports the mayor of oakland and other city officials are detailing plans to prevent another tragedy. according to oakland's ghost ship progress report not being able to gain access to inspect some buildings remains a problem for the city's building code enforcement. in one case the planning and building department has been seeking access to a property for close to a year. too long says oakland city councilmember noel gallosot that action requires obtaining a warrant says darin ranelletti of the planning and building departmentsotcode enforcement inspectors were not allowed
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inside the ghostship warehouse. it was just about a year ago that fire claimed 36 lives, right here in councilmember noel gallo's fruitvale districtnat/sot haaziqdoes it take a year to get a get an inspection warrant?sothowever oakland mayor libby schaaf stands the plan developed to deal with properties that are not up to codesot: "a year ago we promised that we would not have a knee jerk reaction, that we would not go out and engage in a reactive campaign, that we would do the harder and more careful work of making permanent sustainable changes">city officials say in many cases inspection warrants are delayed by the process of trying to track down the owner of the propertygallo says in the wake of the ghost ship tragedy most building owners are working with the citysotsot
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council: "as a result of what happened with ghost ship many property owners have come forward as well as residential ownersin oakland haaziq madyun kron4news ( marty ) coming up.... the justice league is now in action. but if superheroes aren't your thing... we'll tell you what else is new in theaters. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning...
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the d-c super heroes finally unite. "justice league" is now in theaters... leading the new weekend releases. david daniel has more on whats now showing on the big screen. (nat) "shall we?""justice league" is here, as the d-c super-hero universe tries to build on "wonder woman's"
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success. analysts are predicting a 110-million- dollar start for "league," slightly higher than "wonder woman's" debut... but it's getting mixed reviews, so longer-term prospects for the film may not be so super."you are not ugly, auggie.""you just have to say that because you're my mom!""because i'm your mom, it counts the most, because i know you the most." two other movies open to much more modest expectations. "wonder," based on a best-selling children's novel, stars julia roberts, owen wilson and jacob tremblay. the family film with a message of kindness is looking at a nine-million-dollar debut. "you're in danger! you need to listen to what i'm about to say extremely carefully!" (nat- braying)"do you want a belly rub?"then there's "the star," an animated adventure that tells the nativity story from the animals' perspectives. box office watchers figure enough people will follow "the star" to theaters for a seven-million-dollar opening weekend. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) take a look at
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this: macy's in san francisco unveiled its annual holiday window display in union square. people love it --- since it features pets that are up for adoption.... this year there are more adoptable animals on the sixth floor... at least tens of thousands of visitors stop by each year. macys says last year 257 animals found new homes through the holiday window display. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ...for kron 4 news at eight. really?
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is sponsored by russell's fine furniture. (upbeat music) - welcome to bay area bargains, we're at russell's fine furniture in santa clara where the russell's fine furniture retirement sale continues. richard is retiring, josh is taking over. stop celebrating (laughs) - i shouldn't? (laughs) - well come on. - not in front of him. (crosstalk) - at least try to be a little subtle about it. but this sale-- - yes. subtle isn't his thing. - yeah you're going to have be retiring frequently, richard, cause this sale has apparently really taken off from what i've heard. - well, we've done extremely well. we've been very, very busy. but interestingly, we said from the start, we're selling out 90%, 10% which is basically the amish is staying.

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