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elections... on tuesday. thanks for joining us tonight at 8. i'm justine waldman (jrs) and i am jr stone. the numbers already surpassing those that we saw in 2014 in several states. reporter melisa raney tells us... one likely reason for the climbing numbers -- first-time voters are heading to the polls. long lines --- stretching down city blocks ---people around the country waiting hours to cast their ballot in the 2018 midterm election."every vote counts. if i didn't vote, it would be on my conscious." based on information provided by data company, catalist --- at least 12 states have already surpassed early voting numbers seen in 2014.in kansas and west virginia --- early voting has outpaced the 2016 presidential election.natsin georgia --- the race for governor has brought major star power to the peach state...and a record number of voters to the polls.more than double the amount - at the same point - in the last midterm election.one possible reason for the boost?first time voters...ryan balez, voter:"i think it's a time for us to really get our voice out there. something i don't think we did very effective in 2016." catalist found that of the states it analyzed --- first-time voters have cast
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five-percent or more of the early vote in 10 states.i'm melisa raney reporting. (jrs) in california, more people have registered to vote than in any election before. the secretary of state says 19-point-six million californians are registered. that's an increase of more than one-point-8 million voters compared to the gubernatorial election in 20- 14. the increase also means 78-percent of people who live in the state are registered. that's the highest since 19-50. this could also translate to longer lines at the polls next tuesday... so plan accordingly. (justine) just ahead of election day, a right-wing rally wanted to endorse conservative candidates and have voters "turn california red." it
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drew several supporters and opponents to the state capitol today. (jrs) our sacramento bureau reporter ashley zavala shows us the messages both sides want to send. (usa! usa)hundreds of republican supporters and opponents turned out for the "turn california red" rally on the capitol steps.(marco gutierrez -latinos for trump) "i'm in support of this event and i'm a speaker. i have created a relationship with this movement and they have embraced me, i don't think once i have been discriminated by these guys." dozens of anti- trump demonstrators and some members of antifa counter protested across the street. (jason bargert- protestor) "when people come to throw a rally in my community, and our community and their beliefs include threatening people of color, trans or gay people, that is violence, and for the community to stand up to that. there's nothing violent or wrong about that, it's required." after multiple verbal altercations ... layers of law enforcement briefly blocked tenth steet, separating the groups.(nats)at one point, a man wheeling a large wooden cross kneeled between the demonstrators, praying for peace. he claimed to not be for or against either group. (chris callahan - c&c callahan ministries) "we
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have a lot of people that have a lot of hate and if we continue down this path, where's it going to take us? we've got to learn to respectfully disagree" despite their disagreement on the issues, members of both groups urge voters to let their voices be heard tuesday. tag (jrstone) voting centers are open early so people can cast their ballots before tuesday. i was able to cast mine today. (justine) the (justine) the department
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of elections in san francisco has a few different options. eligible residents can go to city hall monday morning from 8 in the morning to 5 in the afternoon. and on election day you can cast your ballot from seven a-m until 8 p-m. the address is on your screen. (jrs) and for locations for other voting sites make sure to head to our kron4 website. and kron4 is your election headquarters. dowload our kron 4 app for for everything you need to know before you ballot. (justine) taking a live look outside....(jr stone) meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has our forecast. . temperatures will cool into
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the middle 40s inland to lower 50s near the coast in the bay area tonight. expect very little change in temperatures through the upcoming work week with daytime highs in the 60s near the coast to 70s inland. a few 80s are possible in the warmest inland locations. periods of weak offshore flow will continue in the higher elevations starting again monday night into tuesday morning which will dry things out in the higher elevations. wind speeds do not appear to reach critical levels as they relate to fire weather concerns. temperatures will remain a bit above seasonal averages through the upcoming work week. no rain is in the forecast for the next seven days. (jrs)(jrs) the search (jrs)
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(jrs) the search continues tonight for a san jose police mother suspected of kidnapping her own two children on friday. an amber alert has also been issued. kron 4's sara stinson has the latest details into the case from san jose. police say diana moreira was spending time with her one year old son alexander and 11 year old daughter priscilla during a child protective services supervised visit on friday around five in the afternoon at the park on king street in san jose.the social worker took priscilla to the bathroom and when they came out the mother and alexander were gone.the social worker began looking for the mother and son - but suddenly the daughter also disappeared. police responded and concluded
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both children went with their mother.the park is right next to several major interstates so they could be anywhere. moreira is described as hispanic five feet four inches tall, 120 pounds, brown hair and brown eyes.she is believed to be driving a 2012 grey mini cooper, you can see the license plate 6uwl251.if you see the license plate, car or the mother anywhere call the 911 immediately. in san jose, sara stinson, kron four news.### (justine) (jrs) meet your (jrs)(jrs)
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meet your neighbor. the offensive image on this flyer causing major backlash for one landlord. (justine) and next, a woman gives birth while sitting in her car in traffic in the east bay. why she was stuck on the instatate for hours ... and could not make it to the hospital in time. it is a story you will only see on kron 4.
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here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein. "next thing i know my
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water broke and he's like okay i'm gonna get there as quickly as i can"(justine) now to a story you will only see on kron 4... we told you about this last night...an alleged drunk driver crashed in to a construction site on 880 in oakland, shutting the road down for hours. (justine) and today, we learned about what happened to one family who was stuck in that traffic jam.(jr) a woman tells us she gave birth in her car, because she could not get to the hospital in time. kron 4's sanaz tahernia has this story... (pkg) but a baby boy was born. cassandra and tyler seale were on their way to the hospital for their son's birth when they hit unexptected traffic caused by a drunk driver on interstate 880 early saturday morning.
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head."> it was just around 5am when the unexpected happened
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the migrants son is one of as her teenage news closely watching the the bay area is now lives in mother who immigrant an (jrs) kron 4 news (jrs) an immigrant mother who now lives in the bay area is watching the news closely as her teenage son is one of the migrants making his way across central america to the u.s.-mexico border. (justine) she is sharing her story tonight with kron 4's ella sogomonian who jions us live in the studio. ella, this is a challenging process to get to the u.s... (ella) veronica aguilar now lives in pinole she got here last year from el salvador where she tells me life has become unbearable... that rival gangs have taken over
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neighboring towns limiting where people there can go without getting caught up in the rampant violence... so for her and her family the uncertain and painstaking journey is worth leaving home. veronica aguilar talks to her 15 year old son by phone everyday.he is one of thousands of asylum seekers from central america making their way through mexico to the united states.aguilar herself has been through the tiresome journey last year and worries about him...sot: veronica aguilar, asylum seeker// "for me everyday is long everyday is hard everyday in the morning when i know they're setting out im thinking and thinking from around 7 or 8 before they call me to let me know where they're at it's hard. when they get to their destination and call me i feel more calm but also anxious at the same time because there is danger and violence in mexico."el salvador isn't the home she remembers anymore...aguilar says about 5 years ago gang violence became such a threat that leaving their motherland for the u.s. is a challenge thousands of central americans along with her family find worthwhile.sot: veronica aguilar, asylum seeker// " its very hard but the problem is in our countries there is too much violence, too many gangs that have harmed our country and invaded our land. there is no happiness no tranquility. you cant visit your friend in a neighboring town because they're all run by gangs." aguilar has been staying with ann moriarty in pinole since
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may.they met through a non profit called freedom for immigrants. sot: ann moriarty, sheltering veronica// "the united states was actually part of what casued this problem so we have a responsibility to keep our doors open at least to those that go through the process." together they wait for aguilar's son who right now is in veracruz, mexico to reach the u.s. border, turn himself in to authorities and start a legal process to gain political asylum. (ella) she says travel has been tough for her son and his grandmother because they've had to walk a majority of the way...but is grateful to mexico for help they've received along the way. aguilar's mother is accompanying the teen to make sure he gets to the us mexico border safely and when that
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happens she will turn back around to go home to el salvador and rejoin her granddaughter who chose to stay behind.live in the studio ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (jrs) at least four thousand migrants are still involved in the journey tonight. this is video of them arriving in mexico city today and being placed in shelters and given food. mexico has prepared shelters for 5,000 migrants. a joint statement released by mexico's foreign ministry and interior secretary office claims nealry 3,000 central american migrants have filed for asylum in mexico. adding these migrants are receiving pin numbers and becoming eligible for the "you're at home" migrant plan currently set in motion by mexico, allowing them to work legally in the country. in addition, more than 900 migrants have denied asylum and are voluntarily asking mexican authorities to return them to their native countries. the 4,000 migrants still heading north left mexico city and are headed to donaji in
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the state of oax-aca, about 29 miles northeast. (justine) waiting for those migrants at the border? could be thousands of u-s troops. president trump says in addition to the some 5- thousand u-s troops already headed to the southern border to contain migrants heading for the us... he's considering increasing that number to as many as 15- thousand.(justine) estimates put a cost of between 112 and 143 dollars per troop per day.. and more than 136-thousand dollars
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per day for military aircraft. with the current mission set to run for 41 days, that comes out to days, that comes out to between 42 and 55 million dollars. if 15 thousand troops are deployed it could cost upwards of 110- million dollars. all u-s troops will also join more than 2-thousand national guardsmen already at the border . (justine) neighbors in santa clara county are breathing a sigh of relief tonight .... after police arrested a sex offender for exposing himself .(jr stone) he allegedly did this to at least 3 female victims over the past couple weeks.kron 4's alecia reid has the story. i'm really happy they got him for 10 days, authorities searched for 29 year old damian arellano. the convicted sex offender is being accused of exposing himself to 3 female victims. it's just sad that men can get that way and think it's ok to do that to womenone of his targets was a 13 year old girl. another,
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near the gilroy high school campus.i think it was a freshman or something like that students tell me the school immediately alerted them and emailed their parents as well. that there was a sex offender on campus and if we knew anything to contact themi didnt think that would happen here. it just doesn't seem like something that would happenfor now, neighbors and victims in gilroy, morgan hill and unicorporated morgan hill are breathing a sigh of relief that arellano is off the streets.that's good for everybody in the community. arellano has been booked in the santa clara county main jail ... charged with 3 counts of indecent exposure. meanwhile, the sheriff's office is urging any additional victims to give them a call.reporting from santa clara county ... alecia reid ... kron 4 news. (justine) taking a live look outside....(jr stone) meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has mabrisa
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meteorologist meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has our forecast. . temperatures will cool into the middle 40s inland to lower 50s near the coast in the bay area tonight. expect very little change in temperatures through the upcoming work week
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with daytime highs in the 60s near the coast to 70s inland. a few 80s are possible in the warmest inland locations. periods of weak offshore flow will continue in the higher elevations starting again monday night into tuesday morning which will dry things out in the higher elevations. wind speeds do not appear to reach critical levels as they relate to fire weather concerns. temperatures will remain a bit above seasonal averages through the upcoming work week. no rain is in the forecast for the next seven days.
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(justine) on tuesday... will voters repeal the state gas tax? the important politician who is denouncing prop 6.. (jrs) students and local
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leaders in the south bay are coming to together to raise awareness for student homelessness ahead of next week's election.
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(jrs) the homelessness epidemic has touched many lives here in the bay area. but you might not know that a growing number of college students are now among those without a permanent home. (justine) kron four's rob fladeboe tells us about the ballot measures being touted ... as part of an affordable housing solution. an estimated 400 san jose state students are either living in cars or couch-surfing. across the csu system the number is closer to 52,000 says their on campus advocate and fellow student oladotun hospidales.oladotun hospidales/san jose state student "....students cannot and will not succeed in the
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classroom if they don't have access to housing and other basic needs..."students joined elected officials and housing advocates on campus wednesday to call on voters to support state propositions one and two, along with local measure v. prop one authored by state senator and san jose state alum jim beall.senator jim beall/(d) san jose "...prop one will provide about 50,000 housing units including veteran home loans and prop 2 will provide $2 billion dollars to house homeless people and get mentally ill homeless people off the streets and into housing..." supporters say measure v, on the local ballot, will help leverage those state funds to help build more affordable housing for students and veterens like de anza sophomore don tietjen who is already doing what he can to help.don tietjen/veteran and student "....i have a futon and i have had friends and comrades at my house all the time becauswe they cant afford a place of their own.... sam liccardo/san jose mayor "...it's so important that we
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pass this as a package because otherwise we ae just sending our money to other cities and while we know they are also deserving the need is especially critical here in san jose..."carl guardino/silicon valley leadership group "...we can build more homes statewide with measure one and two but with mesure v we can match those funds and build still more homes here in san jose..." the mayor handed out leaflets on campus with the message that supporting the three measures would help prevent students from having to choose between rent, food, books and other necessities. in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news (justine) were you thrilled to turn your clocks back an hour this weekend? details on why that extra hour of sleep could do more harm than good. (jrs) remembering those lost in the synogouge shooting. how the steelers
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quarterback honored them in today's game. (justine) one item on tuesdays ballot a landlord says is his worst nightmare. we explain his fears and why others are supporting measure m.
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"this is one of their biggest fears is totally loosing control of who is living in their units who the neighbors will be to their other tenets."(jrs) "meet your neighbors." that's what a flyer reads that many people are calling racially motivated in santa cruz. kron4 has decided to blur the photo but it's of gang members. (jrs) the flyer is in response to measure m -- which would enact rent control. (justine) it's a ballot measure in the city that is gaining a lot of attention.. especially now because of this flyer. kron4's michelle kingston has more on the battle. (mk)michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"driving through santa cruz -- it's hard not to come across a yes or a no on measure m sign. the hot button
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topic got a bit hotter when a landlord handed out flyers many people are calling racist."this is just one of dozens of units darius mohsenin owns in santa cruz. he's a well known landlord in the area.jeff hao, students united with renters"i've heard a lot of stories about like properties that he hasn't fixed, issues he's had with tenants before."jeff hao says mohsenin handed out this flyer at an event about the housing crisis in santa cruz ....kron4 has chosen to blur the image due to its content.it's a photo of ms 13 with the message "meet your new neighbors" in big bold letters on the top.a flyer hao and many in santa cruz are calling racist.darius mohsenin, landlord"i looked for an image that was of menacing gang members ... simply googling on the internet and that particular one was the most menacing."mohsenin says the flyers were in response to a specific portion of measure m -- which would prevent landlords from evicting a tenant who brings in family members -- ultimately making them a sub tenant ... but measure m supporters see the flyer a bit differently.jeff hao, students united with renters"he was pretty much saying that people who would move to santa cruz because of measure m are gang members and also latinx."darius mohsenin, landlord"are you a racist? i'm
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certainly not a racist.""if anybody were to look at my tenant base and i really don't want to be asked to go and name every color, ethnic group or religion of my tenants ... you'd be really hard to call me a racist."michelle kingston, mkingstonnews mohsenin says he now regrets passing the flyers out.he says race was never the intent and told me he also made flyers with the aryan brotherhood on them ... but even though i asked, i was never given a copy of those flyers.in santa cruz michelle kingston kron 4 news (justine) we have new information on the officer involved shooting in danville. the contra costa county sheriff's office says one of its deputy's shot and killed .. 33-year old laudemer arboleda from newark. the shooting happened near downtown danville saturday morning. it all started when a person reported a suspcious man was walking around several homes with bags in his hands and was circling a neighborhood in his car.
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when officers first approached arboleda about this, he allegedly drove off, leading officers on a short chase. the sheriff's office says, he ignored officers comands to stop and then drove towards officer allan hall. hall then feared for his life, and fired several shots. the deputy has been placed on paid leave during the investigation. (justine) this morning we set our clocks back an hour to end daylight saving time for the year... a measure on tuesday's ballot could lead the way for lawmakers to end that practice of falling back and springing forward for good. supporters of proposition seven say the seasonal time change is dated. a bay area assemblyman says the biannual changing of the clocks can be hazardous to the health and productivity of kids, workers and seniors. (justine) opponents of the measure
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raise concerns over students going to school in the dark during winter. a statement against prop 7 reads... "requiring days to start in the dark during winter is more than inconvenient- it's dangerous. it's dangerous for children heading to school or waiting for the bus in the dark and for adults who have to start their commutes in darkness." if voters approve prop 7 and lawmakers come to an agreement... california would join hawaii and arizona as states that don't observe daylight savings. (jrs) in tuesday's election, voters are also deciding whether to repeal a hike in the gasoline tax. one that helps pay to repair the states' roads and infrastrucre. on saturday governor brown called on voters to reject proposition six. the measure would repeal a 12 cent per gallon gas tax hike and an increase in vehicle registration fees. the governor signed the increases into law last year to fund
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five billion dollars a year for road and bridge repairs. the governor says prop six is dangerous and firefighters agree saying that pot-hole filled roads slow response times and put lives at risk.
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for congress in texas.(justine) crenshaw is also a former navy seal who lost his eye after an i-e-d exploded in afghanistan. take a listen to what was said.(jrs) one guest on cnn commented after seeing the clip saying quote "it's disgusting. this entertainment industry going after republicans. it's just insulting."(justine) the national republican congressional committee released a statement demanding an apology from davidson and n- b-c. (justine) and kron 4 is your local election day headquarters. make sure to join us right here on kron4
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start at 8pm on election day for up to the minute results. for now you can head to kron4 dot com for everything you need to know before you cast your ballot. (justine) the pittsburgh steelers honored the victims of last weekend's tree of life synagogue shooting. quarterback ben roethlisberger wore special cleats on sunday. they feature a star of david atop the steelers' traditional logo. they also have the words "stronger than hate" written on them. the steelers posted a picture of them on their instagram account. eleven people were killed and six others injured in pittsburgh october 27th. that's when a white man walked into the tree of life synagogue and opened fire. he was taken into custody and faces multiple charges, including hate crimes. (justine) a vigil was held at florida state university today for the victims of a yoga studio shooting in tallahassee. 61-year-old f-s-u faculty member nancy van
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vessem and 21-year-old f-s-u student maura binkley were killed in the attack. several others were injured and the shooter died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. the f-s-u president said the shooting was a "senseless and violent" act. on kron4 news at 10 we will hear from the father of one of the victims. (justine) we got a dine and dish experience you can bring home with you. how you can get the taste of spain right inside your door. (mabrisa)i have your forecast coming up a bit later on... (jrs) could napa valley soon be known for growing more than wine? we'll tell you about the controversial idea of growing cannibus in wine country.
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proposition 11 solves two issues. first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11.
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proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. (jrs) legal pot use in
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california is now in its 11th- month, and some local farmers are looking to grow their income ... by planting marijuana next to their other crops. but up in napa county, which is world famous for its wines, there is still a ban on commerical cultivation of marijuana. (justine) kron4's maureen kelly talked to the napa county farm bureau which has concerns about mixing the crops. 46:15 there are grape growers in napa county who are interseted in growing cannabis drinkers know it's a bad idea to mix grapes with grain.....but what about grapes and grass?when it comes to farmers planting cannabis near vineyards ....it turns out there are concerns. 43:07 there are some people because it's illegal federal they take issue with it but for us it's something that needs to be studied because it is a crop and it grows in the ground and if napa county continues to go down the path of allowing commericialzation of cannabis then that's something we have to a positionbut it's not just
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that fact that marijuana is still considered illegal by the federal goverment..there are concerns that the plant could pollute the flavor of grapes.so cannabis taint is an issue if you are growing cannabis next to wine grapes we need to figure out when it reaches a high level of thc potency is there any kind of drift that occurs from cannabis to wine grapes where the wine grapes get affected by being grown so close to cannabis.on the flip side.......there are also concerns that pot - could also be negitively affected if grown too close to grapes.the chemicals that you would use on wine grapes versus cannabis are very different and cannabis is a product that under california law would need to test clean and so we need to continue to look at is it feasible to plant cannabis next to wine grapes where in napa county would that be more permissable.those are questions that still need to continue to look at and answer. at this point the napa county farm bureau has yet to take a position on the issue.it's quite possible they will get that extra time to study the issue..on november 13th the napa county board of supervisors will consider extending their ban on commerical pot business... which includes farming.....anot her year.maureen kelly kron4 news.
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(jrs) (justine) it's a paella party on dine and dish tonight... we'll show you how you can bring the hearty dish straight into your home.
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here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein. (justine) we're entering
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the holiday season. and with that, many of us will be playing the host or hostess with the most-ess.(jrs) tonight on dine and dish - our vicki liviakis takes us outside the confines of a restaurant, and brings the party home... in this case an authentic spanish 'paella party' in a pan.
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fiery flamenco dancing to a soulful spanish guitar. invited guests inbibing on spiced wine. if you didn't know better, you'd think you were in spain. but we're in suburban lafayette. not at a restaurant, but at a residence. this is a paella party. the chefs - oscar cabesa and rodrigo vasquez straight from barcelona by way of the restaurant teleferic barcelona in walnut creek. they're taking their show on the road with a full on authentic spanish experience with bomba rice fresh seafood. xavi padrosa and his sister maria run the popular teleferic barcelona restaurants in their homeland... and want to share their culture with the bay area. this paella pan is big to serve thirty, but they've got mega pans that serve three hundred. this spanish fiesta a fun alternative to the standard thanksgiving feast. in lafayette, vicki liviakis, kron 4 news.
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(justine) if you have a restaurant, cafe or bar that you would like to see featured on 'dine and dish... send an email to dine and dish at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out the submission form on our website. you can also check out our 'dine and dish' facebook page. (justine) taking a live
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look outside....(jr stone) meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has our forecast. . temperatures will cool into the middle 40s inland to lower 50s near the coast in the bay area tonight. expect very little change in temperatures through the upcoming work week with daytime highs in the 60s
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near the coast to 70s inland. a few 80s are possible in the warmest inland locations. periods of weak offshore flow will continue in the higher elevations starting again monday night into tuesday morning which will dry things out in the higher elevations. wind speeds do not appear to reach critical levels as they relate to fire weather concerns. temperatures will remain a bit above seasonal averages through the upcoming work week. no rain is in the forecast for the next seven days.
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both the raiders and niners were off today after their bout on thursday......> however, there was still a lot of football to be played today.....>the primetime matchup featured two quarterbacks who will most certainly be in canton....> rodgers vs. brady....it's only the second time the two have played one another....>nfl fans have been wanting to see this matchup in a superbowl......this will have to suffice for now.....>2nd quarter.....packers down 10- 3.....but rodgers ties it up here with the strike to devonte adams.......>but just before the half.....the patriots march all the way down the field....that drive ends with a cordarrelle patterson run......>let's go to the fourth quarter.....17
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all.....and the pats bring out the trickeration......brady to hogan to james white......that led to a touchdown and the pats win 31-17.....> in new orleans, the undefeated los angeles rams taking on the saints...this had the early makings of a blowout...late in the second...alvin kamara runs in for the 1-yard touchdown...g oing into the half, new orleans would have a 35-14 lead...>but the rams would come charging back...in the 4th...jared goff would hit cooper kupp for the 41-yard touchdown...they would successfully convert the two-point conversion to tie it up....>at the four minute mark, saints looking for some insurance...drew brees hits michael thomas for the 72-yard touchdown...>thomas would break the saints record for most receiving yards in a single game and celebrate in style... and check it out... he pulls out a flip phone...
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remember saints receiver joe horn pulling the same trick years ago?... homage to horn.....as the on.....45-35....> in their first in their first game following the shooting at the tree of life synagogue, ben rothlisberger pays respect with custom cleats incorporating the star of david into the steelers logo.great stuff from big ben....now let's get to the game.....>first quarter, the steelers strike first when big ben hits james connor for the 6-yard touchdown....>in the 2nd....pittsburgh looking to extend the lead when rothlisberger connects with antonio brown for the touchdown......>in the third...big ben decides to take it in on his own with the quarterback sneak, just barely muscling his way in there for the 1-yard touchdown.....as pittsburgh defeats baltimore 23-16....> over to the chiefs at the browns.... mr. unstoppable.. patrick mahommes and the chiefs offense just keep on chugging away....>mahomes off to the best start for nfl quarterback in 68 years... 375 yards and 3 touchdowns today...2 to travis kelce.....and one to kareem hunt.....>chiefs now 8 and 1 on the season...37-21 kansas city getting it done....>
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in milwaukee, mvp candidate giannis antetokounmpo would have greek freak himself a night.early on, giannis gives the bucks an early boost, crossing over willie cauley stein and slamming it home with auority.....>but it wasn't just the scoring...here, he finds ersan illyosova in the corner for the three...he'd have 11 assists...>on the defensive end...giannis gets his long arms in there and swats iman shumpert....>in transition, giannis hits the kings with a eurostep for the layup plus the foul...>giannis would record his double of the year as the bucks easily handled the kings, 144-109....>
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(justine) the results are in for the annual new york city marathon. ethiopia's lelisa desisa won the men's group with a time of two hours, five minutes and 59 seconds. he previously won the boston marathon in 2013 and 2015. mary keitany of kenya won the women's division for the fourth time with a time of two hours, 22 minutes
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and 48 seconds. this was her fourth new york city marathon victory in the last five years. they recorded the fastest times in history. last year's winner, american shalane flanagan, took third. the annual marathon attracts more than 40-thousand runners and two-point-five million spectators every year. (anchor) we have breaking we have every year.spectators million two-point-five runners and thousand than 40-attracts more than 40-thousand runners and two-point-five million spectators every year. every year.spectators million two-point-five runners and thousand than 40-attracts more marathon the annual third.flanagan, took shalane american winner, last year's in history. fastest times recorded the they years.last five victory in the last five years. they recorded the fastest times last year's winner, american shalane flanagan, took third. the annual marathon attracts more than 40- thousand two-point-five spectators every year.
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california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california.
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i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent. (nat sot)established who is boss in bay area who is boss in established the 49ers (nat sot) (nat sot)the 49ers established who is boss in bay area football thursday night... we will look back at the battle of the bay... and talk about the niners backup qb who became a star... will is last one night... or longer... we'll discussand the raiders... is jon gruden trying to win now or building for the future?... with that future of course being in las vegas... as the team continues to struggle and clear out veteran mainstaysdespite no niners and raiders... it was a great day around the nfl... headlined by two quarteback showdowns... we have brady vs rodgers and goff vs brees... coming upand we will also look back at the life of giants legend and baseball hall of famer willie mccoveyso dont reverse course now... sports night live is...... next!!!

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