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tv   KRON 4 Early News  KRON  November 14, 2018 4:00am-6:48am PST

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(robin) good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morninnewednesday nov 14 robin winston.before we check in on your morning commute lets get and update on the wi skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable
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temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san less then 3 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.
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( robin ) breaking overnight --- another fire no major hot sp wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin )
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( robin ) breaking overnight --- another fire has broken out in southern california. the "sierra" fire, as it's being called, broke out around 10 last night in san bernardino.in the area are not making things any easier for fire crews. ( robin ) devastation and destruction up and down our state-- as three massive fires are raging. and now we're learning california's deadliest wildfire in history -- the one up in butte county... has claimed six more lives and destroyed more homes. bringg e death toll statewid. ( robin ) these are the latest numbers this morning for the butte county fire.... the death toll has risen
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to 48. 76-hundred áhomes have burned to the ground. and the total number more than 8hundred. the fire has also grown to 130 thousand acres. it is 35 percent contained. kron4's j-r stone spoke to some of the people that have lost everything. sot...it was like dante's inferno....joel burgess, who is a navy veteran, is describing what it was like when he and his wife evacuated their home in paradise california last week. he says the escape video's that others recorded were exactly what they experienced.sotwhen we spoke with joel he had assumed that his home was gone from what he had heard from a friend, but he wasn't sure. with that we drove through the area in route to his home and
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in hopes that something would still be there. our hopes were quickly dashed when the road to get to his house was blocked by a tree. upon arriving at his home there was little to nothing left outside of the birdfeeders and this statue. joel's three harley davidson motorcycles destroyed. joel says while the news is grim and some may soon be leaving the area he and his wife will stay.sot ( robin ) while crews still in the thick of the firefight in butte county .... some families are starting to
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demand answers. tuesday, a action against p-g&e. kron 4's alecia reid has details. pkg"it is on the west side of the river. underneath the transmission line. it has about a 35mph sustained wind on it"that first call spotting the origin of the camp fire ... located it under a pg&e transmission line ..... within half hour ... it hit the town of paradise.as our clients say, this must stop now. this can't happen to somebody else. here we are ... nearly a week later, the death toll is at 48 ... thousands of structures leveled ... and the fire is only 35 percent contained. "danko meredith's" complaint on behalf of these families, demands documents .... not just about this fire, but also about the way pg&e does business ...after the last lawsuit it was gonna make a difference, and the suit before that was gonna make a difference. we have to keep trying. we have to get pg&e
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under controlmore importantly, danko says his clients want to hold the power company accountable.one of the reasons why some of these clients are stepping up now, is because while pge is telling the public they wanrt to protect against wildfires. they're telling their investors somehting different.they're twelling investors they want to get the law changed in sacramento so they're not responsible for their victims and wont have to compensate them.pg&e responded in a statement ..... saying in part ...."nothing is more important than the safety of our customers, employees, contractors and the communities we serve. our hearts are with the communities impacted by the camp fire. the loss of life and property is staggering. right now, our entire company is focused on supporting first responders and assisting our customers and communities impacted by the camp fire." standupwhile cal fire is expecting to fire to be fully
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contained by the end of the month ...lawyers here expect to see thousands of lawsuits filed against pg&e. reporting live from redwood city .... alecia reid .... kron 4 news. because we fiked the complaint we get the power of subpeana, meaning we get to ask the hard questions .... make them turn ( robin ) anxiety continues to build for so many families.one pleasanton man is holding out hope that his mother will be found alive. 75 year old joanne caddy has been missing since the day the 'camp fire' broke out. her son- says, he cannot give up hope. he says, he has been to about 15- shelters in and around butte county... and has been calling hospitals every day. a butte county sheriff's deputy have been assigned her missing person's case. he knows his mom's house was destroyed... a reporter with the paradise post recently filmed her street in
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driveways. i just can't give up i just have to believe that she's out the>( robin ) joanne caddy lives alone... and does not drive or have a car but her son says his mother's neighborhood is tight knit..... so he is hoping someone helped her get out. ( robin ) kron4 and our parent company-- nexstar t-v have partnered to help the fire victims in butte county. if you would like to help those affected by the 'camp fire' ... the american red cross is accepting donations. you can check kron 4.com for complete details.. ( robin ) at least eleven people were hurt in a frightening traffic accident in santa cruz. 21 vehicles were involved including the runaway truck that apparently caused the accident. kron four's rob fladeboe reports. nats (cops work accident)one of the drivers caught up in this mess said it was like being being hit by a runaway train except through a line
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c ofand i arrmble and i looked in the read view mirror and i see this big rig...."eleven people were injured, initially three were listed in critical condition at area trauma centers. the big rig, loaded with dirt, had exited highway 17 and was northbound on highway one approaching river street where a line of cars was slowing for the intersection.officer grant boles/chp"....he was essentially out of control, going 40-50 miles per hour moving along clipping cars, the intersection was backing so he just plowed through the cars..."the big rig came to a stop literally on top of one car and then caught fire, both drivers escaped and are among the injured. as for the cause of what happened here. offiver grant boles/chp ".....preliminary investigation is that the brakes went out, we had on the vehicle..."the collisions left a trail of battered vehicles, broken glass and diesel fuel that spilled from the truck. airbags deployed as some of the people rammed by the truck didnt find out
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until later exactly what had happened.mary sierra/ acident victim ".....i was just stopped and all of a sudden the ir bags went off and there was smoke in the car snd glass everywhere a dont know what happened...." (robin) coming up (robin)(robin) coming up coming up on the kron 4 a forestry expert on how urban sprawl and climate change are the state.ng bay area county is working on an emergency alert
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system, to be ready for future (robin) but first, with winter almost here, we'll take a look at some simple and effective ways to get your home ready and save you money.
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welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be
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an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san
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no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin ) e-cigarettes - specifically
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the company juul which is based here in san frano. the company has faced harsh criticism - for allegedly making its products attractive to minors. comp it would stop selling some of favored e-cigarettes .. as kron fours terisa estacio reports, some are praising the move, but also warn, more needs to be done. favor pods like creme, mango - will soon be off the shelfs... according to san francisco based juul labs. after facing increasing scrutiny... from the public and the government... juul labs announced tuesday, that it will suspend some sales to retail stores and gas stations.. and will discontinue social media advertising. e cigarettes have come after attack after new research has shown teens are picking up the product in unprecedented numbers. dr. matt willis, marin county public health. in 2016 we had a low number and now much higher. dr. willis - marin
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county public helath director says the announcement today by juul is a good first move. dr. willis. yes, right direction. juul's chief executive says they never intended to have youth use juul, but intennt is not enough... the nubmers are what matters. juul is also now supporting moves to increase the age to buy e cigs to 21. in sf, terisa estacio ( robin ) around the corner which means we'll be seeing some cold watr that can take to winter proof your house to avoid some of that damage.
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experts say water damage .so start by unclogging drains or areas that tend to flood when it rains...also be sure to insulate exposed water pipes so they don't harden and crack when the temperature drops... especially older homes with old pipes...and finally, be sure to insulate walls, attics, and crawl spaces - this will keep the heat inside and prevent any drafts from coming in... and prevent the warm air from going out.. ( robin )speaking of winter, the holiday season is almost here.which means it's time to start thinking about gifts.and no one wants to buy a gift that could be dangyou know whic toys to avoid. "these claws are sold as slash unicorns to purple tou tou wearing cabbage patch dolls or nerf ring launchers--watch ysthat you
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think may be under the tree this year may actually pose a potential risk for children. james swartz / director of w.a.t.c.h.:"these are accessories that can be removed and once removed present the potential for choking hazards."according to this consumer agency, one child is treated in us emergency rooms every three minutes for toy related injuries.from poor designs, inadequate warnings and improper age recommendations... watch says they want parents to be aware of what they may be buying their kids this holiday season.joan siff / president of w.a.t.c.h.: "children should never be used as testing grounds for unsafe toys."however not everyone is on board with their findings.to across the us--and says many of watch's claims are unfounded.jennifer gibbons / toy association:"watch has never tested any of the toys that they will include in their reports. so most of this information is based on misunderstanding or misrepresentation."it doesn't take a testing lab frankly to pull out a toy that's sold for a baby, an infant that has small part."
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(robin) here's a live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. the hollywood minute is hollywood the welcome back to the kron
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four morning news. i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today... where celebrities are doing what they can to help with the wildfires burning across the state.david daniel has that, and more, in the hollywood minute. people in the fire-ravaged region of southern california are pitching in to help -- including celebrities. foo fighters frontman dave grohl served up his "backbeat barbeque" for firefighters in calabasas... and lady gaga visited a red cross center in pacific palisades, to cheer up emergency workers and evacuees. "they're making another 'toy story' movie.""no! i thought those movies were done, dawg -
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- they made three movies!" "they did make three movies. this is number four." keegan-michael key and jordan peele are back together, in the latest teaser for "toy story four." the comedy team voices "ducky" and "bunny" -- guess which is which -- in the animated four-quel, which lands in theaters next june. "this is not meant for mortal men.""neither was omaha beach, blondie. stop trying to scare us. c'mon."it wasn't a marvel movie without a cameo by "mister marvel" himself, stan lee. in fact, the marvel comics legend, who died this week at age 95, made brief appearances in 42 movies... and according to the-numbers dot-vecom, combined for worldwide ticket sales of more than 26-billion dollars, making lee -- in one sense -- the biggest box "excelsior!"'nuff said. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (robin) and here's a liouts bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with more of your kron 4 morning news
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checking in on your morning forecast. skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 welcome back. checking in on your forecast. skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures imit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.
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( robin )forestry experts are saying that the urban sprawl into the wildlands in california, along with climate change, are contributing to the devastating wildfires we have had over the last few years. and as one expert tells our gabe slate, it's going to get
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worse, unless major changes are made immediately. sound from bill stewart / forestry specialist, co- director, berkeley forests director, berkeley specialist, co-director, berkeley specialist, co-director, berkeley forests "californians move here for the nature but they are living next to vegetation fuel" , he is an exp forest management and wildfires. bill says the more that californians sprawl out into nature the more the vegetation fuel is left to grow and become tinder sound they are living next to climate change is making things harder for california to battle these fires. sound from bill stewart / forestry specialist, co-director, berkeley forests "we see finger prints of climate change all over this even if only one or two degrees hotter, it's hotter at night and that is contributing to
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hotter winds" bill stewart says to prevent devastating wildfires in the future people will have to get serious about defensible space. sound from bill stewart / forestry specialist, co-director, berkeley forests "nies will have to decide whether they value privacy and trees or safety" in berkeley gabe slate kron 4 news.
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( robin ) the fires to the north and south of us ... remind everyone of just how important it is to get up to the minute information, such as an alert to evacuate, or which areas to avoid. tuesday -supervisors in san mateo county passed a resolution so they can reach more people with their emergency alerts. county officials wanted to warn residents about bad air quality last week, so they sent out a text alert to those who opted into the program. governor jerry brown signed a bill in september... allowing local governments to access residential contact information from public utilities such as cable, garbage, water and energy providers so more residents could be notified during an emergency. ( robin )san mateo county became the first in the
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state to adopt the protocol. the san mateo office of emergency services will collect the contact year, so when there is a real emergency they can contact as many people as possible. ( robin ) kron4 and our parent company-- nexstar t-v... have partnered to help the fire victims in butte county. if you would like to help those affected by the 'camp fire' ... the american red cross is accepting donations. you can check kron 4.com for details.. ( robin ) the smoke is relentlessly pouring into the bay area from up north... and it makes being outside unhealthy and in some cases... irritating to our eyes and lungs and throat. and yes, you see more and more masks on people... but what about inside your home? windows and doors closed should stay closed, but also, depending on what kind of heating and air conditioning systems you have, you may be able to minimize the amount of particles from coming in.
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system that doesn't have any outside air and it's not bringing in air from the outside you could run your system on fan.">( robin ) vance says that while an air filtration system can filter out particles, it's virtually impossible to keep smoke out of your home. she says that filters aren't designed to filter out smoke, and that smoke can get into your home through the cracks, leaky windows and poor insulation. (robin) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news ... the thousand oaks community is coming together to remember the 12 victims of last week's mass shooting, even while a fire burns around them. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero. (ácommercialá) áextremelyá trying week for
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the people of thousand oaks. they were first rocked by a mass shooting last week.then the devestating wildfires.the people there came together last night to honor the 12 shooting victims.adrianna wein- gold reports. it's been a difficult week for the people here in thousand oaks, first the mass shooting then the fires, now the community is coming together to try and heal.pastor doug posey, living oaks church:"it's been a tough tough week. i can't remember a week like this and i grew up here in thousand oaks."as crowds gathered to pay their respects to the victims of last week's mass shooting at the bordli many people were overcome with emotion. some remembering how they jumped out of windows to get away from the gunman. others remembering loved ones, taken too soon.emma marcil, victim's friend:"we all come together and we all try and rally behind this effort to keep each other sad and strong no matter the circumstances." danielle gould is the student
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body president at oak park high school. she came with flowers, to comfort the victims and lend any support she could. she's planning a fundraiser for victims of both the shooting and the fire. danielle gould, oak park high school:"we're a strong community but it's been really hard because so many people have lost homes and then we're trying to have these memories of these people and then people lose their homes and these memories are lost and it's been extremy another, pastors from local fa and oaks, adrianna weingold. (robin) coming up on the kr first lady told her husband to fire a prominent staff member of his administration. (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport.
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(ácommercialá) welcome back.
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checking in on your morning forecast. skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most with air temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond no major
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hot skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 bridge drive less than 20 min from the ( robin ) in an unusual move...
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first lady melania trump is publicly calling for a top national mira recar-dell was seen with the president at the white house tuesday.but soon after that, she was fired from her role as deputy national security advisor.the first lady's office released a statement saying she "no longer deserves the honor of serving in this white house." recar-del recently feuded with the first lady over her recent trip to africa --- over seating on the plane.but late tuesday evening, she was still in her office.she has not released a statement on the firing. ( robin )meanwhile the first wave of central american migrants have reached the u-s mexico border.and while the president hasn't talked about them since the midterms, his administration's stance hasn't changed.john lorinc has more. about 100 migrant men, women and children are now in tijuana.where they wait at a
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shelter hoping to cross into the u-s, for a better future. they are the first of a much larger group to reach the border.associate pastor gavin rogers/travis park united methodist church"they can give their kids an education, that they can actually be free from violence and rape and murder and it sounds extrmigrants traveled more than two thousand miles.....but the trump administration hasn't an inch, assigning 5,900 troops to the border region, according to one defense official.president trump/no font needed"it's like an invasion."--butted to--"no nation can allow its borders to be over-run and that's an invasion."two members of the administration will visit parts of the texas border wednesday.homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen keer-sten kneel-sen will tour with the northern command. note of expenses.james mattis/defense secretary"we will update you on costs as they become known, obviously the unit's executing the border mission, have to report to the men up here, but we are capturing the costs."critics of the white house say having
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troops on the border because of the migrants is a mistake. chuck hagel/former us secretary of defense"using our troops as political pawns for his political interests. it's just wrong."associate pastor gavin rogers/travis park united methodist church"i am not interested in the politics i'm interested in how we as people can learn to embrace the immigrant."i'm john lorinc reporting. ( robin )aid groups say the remaining members of the caravan are still more than 1,000 miles away from the us border. ( robin ) education secretary betsy devos is facing yet another law suit. this one filed by a california- based legal service non-profit group.it claims she didn't cancel owed by people profit immediately.the that filed the suit says the nt colleting on loans that should be discharged due to a rule from the obama administration. (robin) and here's a live look outside...from the sutro cam. spots. bay no
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major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. ( robin ) sheriff's deputies in sheriff's ( robin ) to 101. min from 880 less then 30 mateo bridge maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101.
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( robin ) sheriff's deputies in florida had a little fun with a man after they puld and he even had his own flintstone car too. the department issued a tickespeed and became unruly adding that t vehicle is now a part of the department's fleet.but they later revealed that the ticket was just a joke, and that this real-life fred flintstone was not given a ticket and the car was not confiscated. no word on why the man was dressed like the cartoon character in the first place though. ( robin ) comedian dave chappelle made a special appearance in a couple's recent engagement photos. tommy saunders and emily eldridge were enjoying a photo shoot... when chappelle just showed up.chappelle lives in
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the area and decided to pop in once he started talking to them, and heard about the future groom's military service.chappelle told them that if he photobombed the them to go viral and guess what... he was right. ( robin ) coming up on the kron4 coming up on the kron4 morning news, we are continuing to follow the very latest on the camp fire in butte county after more bodies were discovered last night. ( robin ) we'll also tell you about the first lawsuit that's been filed against pg&e as a result of the camp fire. (ácommercialá)
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( darya ) that breaking news we are following is an overturned big rig on northbound 101 in cotati. ( james ) lets get right to robin. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. skies will clear today as compared to skies will clear today as
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compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week.
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( james ) ( james ) our top story this morning is our continuing coverage of the deadly camp fire burning in butte county. the death toll has risen to 48. 76-hundred homes have burned to the ground. and the total number of than 88-hundred. over 15- hundred structures remain threatened. the fire has also grown tonight to 130 thousand t ntained this morn we are also following overnight breaking news out of southern california where a fourth fire has broken out. the sierra fire broke out around 10 last night in san bernardino. at last check it was 20 acres but the strong winds in the area are causing the fire to spread rapidly. fire crews say they are monitoring neighborhoods for embers.
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( darya )( darya ) this morning we are learning about a san francisco native who lost everything in the camp fire. joel burgess and his wife evacuated paradise last week. he says the video showing people leaving with the fire burning all around them is exactly what they experienced. burgess said he assumed his home was burned down but didn't get confirmation until he walked through with our crews. the only things standing at his home now are birdfeeders and a statue. his three motorcycles destroyed by the fire. but burgess says they will stay.. he doesn't see life outside of paradise.
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are demanding answers... as a law-firm is taking legal action against p-g-and-e. there are at least two dozen families included in this lawsuit. danko meredith's complaint on behalf of the families is demanding documents... not just about this fire but also about the way p-g-and-e does business. danko says his clients want to hold the power company accountable.
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pleasanton man is continuing to been missing since last thursday. her son sol bechtold says he cannot give up hope. he says he has been to 15-shelters in and around butte county... and has been calling hospitals every day. a butte county sheriff's deputy has been assigned her missing person's case. bechtold says he knows his mom's house was destroyed. he recently saw video of her street and says it was hard to watch.
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fire victims. it was just over a year ago when a fire destroyed coffey park. families who lost their homes are now working to rebuild. but some people in the north bay are dropping everything to help those affected by the camp fire. hand out gift cards to evacuees who are living in their cars... not sure of the next step. coffey park residents wanted to share advice for the families of paradise. ( james ) on friday coffey strong is holding a celebrity bingo fundraiser where they will also be collecting gift to ( james ) kron4 and our parent company-- nexstar media group... have partnered to help the fire victims in butte county. if you would like to help those affected by the 'camp fire'... the american red cross is
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accepting donations. you can check kron 4.com for details.. ( darya ) the smoke is relentlessly pouring into the bay area from the camp fire... and it makes being outside unhealthy and in some cases... irritating to our eyes and lungs and throat. you see more and more masks on people... but what about inside your home? windows and doors should stay closed but also... depending on what kind of heating and air conditioning systems you have... you may be able to minimize the amount of particles from coming in. ( darya ) they say that while an air filtration system can filter out particles, it's virtually impossible to keep
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smoke out of your home. they add that filters aren't designed to filter out smoke and that smoke can get into your home through cracks... leaky windows and poor insulation. ( darya ) in berkeley... organizers of the biofreeze berkeley half marathon have cancelled the race due to bad air quality. the city of berkeley is reviewing other dates in february or march of 20-19 to possibly reschedule. ( james ) here now with john shrable to talk about the upcoming rain in the forecast. skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions buwismoky for with air quality issues continues despite comfortable
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temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week. ( darya ) in southern california a week. remainder of the well through the remainder of the week. ( darya ) in southern california a
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flare-up of the woolsey fire fi fire has grown to more than 97- thousand acres this morning. even with the flare-up firefighters have gained ground on the fire as it is now 40-percent contained. over 430 structures have been destroyed but another 57- thousand remain threatened. firefighters are continuing to fight against the santa ana winds. crews have been going through properties looking at downed power lines.. damaged sewage and water lines to get a grasp on the damage done. ( darya ) in bay... police in
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santa clara are looking for a man who went missing after attenting the niners game monday night. police say this man ian twehis family aro ten monday night. powers' girlfriend said he left his seat to go to the bathroom at the game and never came back. his car was found in a nearby parking lot. police say powers was traveling from washington to los angeles with a scheduled stop in the east bay to see family. ( james ) in the east bay... a three-alarm fire has forced eight people out of their homes in oakland. the fire was reported just before nine monday night the 23 to determine what caused the fire. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... a nurse account of evacuating and patients from a hospital in
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paradise-- as the massive flames were coming towards them. ( james ) plus... a community comes together to remember the 12 lives lost in the mass shooting in thousand ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. checking the bay bridge commute on wb 80. your drive time is less than 30 min from the maze to fremont street ( james )( darya )
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back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 e maze to bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. skies will clear today as
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compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions skies will clear today as
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compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week.
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( james ) we are continuing to learn more about how people in butte county were able to get out of the area when the massive camp fire erupted.( darya ) reporter eric rucker talked to a nurse who shared his terrifying account of evacuating patients from a hospital... the moments the flames started barreling towards them. sot'we started calling our family members and...saying goodbye'it started with a 'code black.'sot'meant external disaster'with the camp fire racing towards the feather river hospital last thursday morning...registered nurse darrel wilken and three of his patients jumped in his car.sot'we had no other option, everybody was running for their cars...if your car wasnút on fire you were transporting patients0nats:for the next few hours they drove
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through hell...avoiding flames and fighting a traffic jam of others looking to stay alive themselves.sot'well guys we are together start throwing up some prayers'two of wilkens three patients were already in critical condition before even getting in his car..he knew regardless of the flames ...time wasnt on their side.so he says he looked for a different route out...but couldnút find one...eventually having to get back in the rows where he was...sotsuper: darrel wilken, saved patients 'a couple of hours later we made our was through that area... the cars that were about 100 yards ahead of where we stopped...were all on fire' once on skyway road - the main thorough fair out of town - wilken says the competition among drivers to escaped...became very apparent. sot'guardrails were gone and people were driving crazy they were zipping back and fourth without even looking'after dropping off one of his patients wilken and his two remaining passengers made it
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to chico...alive.a day that looked like night...that he says he and his coworkers just did their jobssot' everybody stepped up nobody abandon the patients we were there to the very very end thatús just what we do itús a calling itús definitely a calling ( james ) that was eric rucker reporting... again-- all 60 patients from the feather river hospital in standing with thousand oaks cam last night to honor the 12 shooting victims from the mass shooting at the borderline bar. as crowds gathered to pay respects to the victims.. many people were overcome with emotion. some remembering how they escaped the gunman others remembering loved ones taken too soon. the student body president at oak park high school is planning a fundraiser for victims of the shooting and the fire burning
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in ventura county. ( darya ) during the vigil pastors from local churches came to pray as friends and family laid notes for the grieving community. ( james ) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news... a big rig slamup.. what c-h-p is saying went wrong. ( james ) and after the break... oprah hosts former first lady michelle obama as she kicks off her book tour.
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one on amazon and is expected to stay there. ( will ) and i'm live at sfo where they are unvieling a new screening process just a week before the holidays.
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( darya ) breaking news this morning... all lanes of northbound 101 in cotati are shut down after a ups truck overturned and caught on fire. ( james ) kron 4s sara stinson is live with the details. sara?
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thanks sara.( darya ) ( darya )thanks sara. ( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic...
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major hot spot in cotai nb 101 at railroad ave all lanes closed due to big rig. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues ( james ) a big story this morning as we continue our coverage of the deadly camp fire burning in butte county.
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the death toll has risen to 48. 76-hundred home. and the total number of destroyed structures is more than 88-hundred. over 15- hundred structures remain threatened. the fire has also grown this morning to 130 thousand acres. it is 35 rc ( james ) ( james ) and in southern californ the fourth fire that has broken out. the sierra fire broke out around 10 last night in san bernardino. at last check it was 20 acres but the strong winds in the area are causing the fire to spread quickly. ( darya ) just one week before the busiest travel day of the year, s-f-o is unveiling new automated security screening lines to ease congestion. tran is live at the airport to
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show us how it will work. will. the san francisco international in partnership with the and uni screening lanes, which offer enhanced security and improved efficiency through the security screening process. arriving just in time for holiday travel, these new units will debut in terminal 3, where united airlines operates, and will serve as a pilot test for potential adoption in other terminals. sfo is the first airport in the san francisco bay area to deploy this technology.
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( darya )police in belmont are investigating a mysterious death... after a woman in her 60s was found dead along the side of the road. the woman's body was discovered early tuesday morning.... at the intersection of cipriani blvd and newlands avenue. police say she was badly injured. emergency crews treated her at the scene and took her to the hospital... but died a short time later. after talking with neighbors and reviewing surveillance video, investigators believe she lived nearby, and was on her regular walk around the neighborhood.
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new trublend matte made foundation, in 40 shades. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) ( james )( darya )( john ) checking bay area weather before you head out the door.. major hot spot in cotai nb 101 at railroad ave all lanes closed due to an overturned big rig. . bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive min from the toll to 101 skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will
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remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week.
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( james ) yesterday kron 4 brought you a report about the el nino conditions shaping up in the pacific... and what that means for the year ahead. ( darya ) this morning we have another look.. this time along the napa river where
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devastating flooding in years past... prompted officials to invest in major flood control measures. ( john ) i explain why el nino does not necessarily guarantee flooding let alone rainy conditions. jamie hooker/ hillside christian church: "it was really scary but also really great to see the community coming around our church and coming around everyone as we were experiencing this crazy devastation."
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see floods down at the front of the church, we see fires back behind the church, so where we're positioned is really a place where we get to see all of that."flooding and fire. two things residents in the north bay have had to become accustomed to. and in an el nino year, these two weather events combined pose the potential of debris flows from burn scars that can clog water-ways during flooding events.phil miller/ napa county flood control: "it's anticipated that with climate change and with these fires what used to be called a 100 year storm can now be called a 10 year storm and the statistics will need to be changed."the napa is no stranger to high water. phil miller/ napa county flood control: "there were over 22 recorded floods in the history of napa."just over 10 years ago the city completed this, a massive series of walls, gates and channels to help direct flood waters through and out of the downtown core. "at first glance it may just look like any other city park, but when the napa river rises high enough this actually becomes the bottom of the channel and these gates right here will close, helping to protect the city from the rising waters." amelia humphreys/ napa resident: "we saw pretty much this river here go all the way under the bridge there and cover the garbage cans that
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are over there, all those cars that are over there would be under water as well." napa county flood control: "we just had crowds of people out here, kids on the shoulders of their dads watching the water go by, and we were down here in our yellow storm gear and people were yelling out to 111us, this is what the government is supposed to be doing! this works great!"but since completion these gates have only been drawn a single time... and it wasn't during an el nino winter .. but the following year... which despite being very rainy was actually a la nina when the ocean waters near us are actually cooler. phil miller/ napa county flood control: "on a very strong el nino year we do tend to get additional precipitation in northern california which happened in the winter of 2016, whereas in the winter of 2017, where we had a record year, that was actually a la nina year where it's pretty much itions often d with flooding conditions. but in a changing climate, scenes like those from the historic 1997 el nino may become more common, el nino or not.heather phillips/ local grape grower: "i think that we've seen hits ' wondering what it could bring this year, there's nothing on phillips say they are thankful for the rain an el nino can bring...but climate change could alter the characteristics of an el nino potentially making the weather impact more extreme.reporting in napa valley, john shrable kron 4 news.jamie hooker/ hillside christian church: "it was really scary but also really
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great to see the community coming around our church and coming around everyone as we were experiencing this crazy devastation." jamie hooker attends and works at hillside community church. last year, she could she see the glow of the tubbs fire just over this hillside. this after a heavy rainy season when the church had to install new drainage because of flooding... all in the same year. jamie hooker/ hillside church: "we see floods down at the front of the (ácommercialá) controversy.it's sparking kron 4 news. ( darya ) ( darya ) up at 6 o'clock ... tennis star serena williams
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. o sf. ( darya ) coming up in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news... we are
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continuing to follow the very latest on the camp fire in butte county as officials raise the death toll. ( darya ) plus... two dozen familes have filed the first lawsuit against pg&e as a result of the camp fire. news this breaking (
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darya ) breaking news this northbound 101 in cotati are closed after a ups truck overturned and caught on fire. ( james ) kron 4s sara stinson is live with the details. sara?
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sara? details. with the kron 4s sara stinson is live with t ( darya )thanks sara.
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(darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... major hot spot in cotati on nb 101 after railroad ave. a the t
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lanes are closed. slow in both directions. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. skies will clear today as skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable
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temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week. ( darya ) we are also following overnight breaking news out of southern california where a fourth fire has broken out. the sierra fire broke out around 10 last night in san bernardino. at last check it was 147 acres but the strong winds in the area are causing the fire to spread rapidly. fire crews say they are monitoring neighborhoods for embers. ( darya ) our top story this morning is our continuing coverage of the deadly camp
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butte county. the death toll has risen to 48.toll has risen to 48. 76-hundred homes have burned to the ground. and the total number of destroyed structures is more than 88-hundred. over 15-hundred structures remain threatened. the fire has also grown to 130 thousand acres. it is 35 percent contained this morning. ( james ) back to the camp fire burning in butte county. we want to show you the west.yo
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can see the progression of sme between november 7 and ( james ) and this morning we are getting a look at new video of the damage. take a look at this drone video over paradise. you can see the neighborhood just leveld by the fire... nothing left but the smoldering remains. now lets turn now to the weather center with a report on the back here in the bay area. ( darya ) im here with john shrable
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to talk about the smoke ... and the possibility of upcoming rain in the forecast. today as compared to rtye cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues
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despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect remainder of the week. ( darya ) week. ( darya ) in southern california a flare-up of the woolsey fire prompted a massive reponse from fire fighters. the fire has grown to more than 97-thousand acres this morning. even with the flare-up firefighters have gained ground on the fire as it is now 40-percent contained. over 430
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structures have been destroyed but another 57- threatened. fir are continuing to fight against the santa ana winds. crews have been going through properties looking at downed power lines.. damaged sewage and water lines to get a grasp on the damage done. ( darya ) just one week before the busiest travel day of the year, s-f-o is unveiling new automated security screening lines to ease congestion.( james ) kron4's will tran is live at the airport to show us how it will work. will. the san francisco international airport (sfo), in partnership transportation s (tsa) and united airlines, will unveil new automated
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screening lanes, which offer enhanced security and improved efficiency through the security screening process. arriving just in time for holiday travel, these new units will debut in terminal 3, where united airlines operates, and will serve as a pilot test for potential adoption in other terminals. sfo is the first airport in the san francisco bay area to deploy this technology.
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( james )still ahead on the kron4 morning news... police are looking for a man who went missing... while attending the niners monday night game. ( james )plus... the first migrant caravan has reached the u-s mexico border.on their trumps plan on deploying over 59-hundred troops. ( james )and... forestry experts weigh in on californ wildfires... saying climate change could be making matters worse. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. we often have to choose between the beauty products
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welcome back. lets get a check of weather and morning.
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in cotati on nb 101 after railroad ave. a big rig flipped on its side and caught fire. the two right lanes are closed. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the
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skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly
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cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week.
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( james ) in our big story .... forestry experts are saying that the urban sprawl into the wildlands in california, along with climate change, are contributing to the devastating wildfires. talked to an expe who says it's going to get worse, unless major changes are made. sound from bill stewart / forestry specialist, co- director, berkeley forests "californians move here for the nature but they are living next to vegetation fuel" bill stewart is with berkeley's center for forestry, he is an expert in forest an expert in forestry, he is an expert in forest management and wildfires. bill says the more that californians sprawl out into nature the more the vegetation
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fuel is left to grow and become tinder sound from bill stewart / forestry specialist, co-director, berkeley forests "californians move here for the nature but they are living next to vegetation fuel" stewart says vegetation fuel" stewart says the urban sprawl combined with climate change is making things harder for california to battle these fires. stewart / forestry specialist, co- director, berkeley forests "we see finger prints of climate change all over this even if only one or two degrees hotter, it's hotter at night and that is contributing to hotter winds" bill stewart says to prevent devastating wildfires in the future people will have to get serious about defensible space. sound from bill stewart / forestry specialist, co-director, berkeley forests "neighborhoods and communities will have to decide whether they value privacy and trees or safety" in berkeley gabe slate kron 4 news.
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( darya ) and this morning families are demanding answers... as a law-firm is taking legal action against p-g-and-e. there are at least two dozen families included in this lawsuit. not just about this fire but p-and- business. danko says his clients want to hold the power company accountable.
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gonna make a difference, and the suit before that was gonna make a difference. we have to keep trying. we have to get pg&e under controlas our clients say, this must stop now. this somebody else.>( rya ) p-g-and-e responded in a p-g-and-e responded in a statement saying in part... nothing is more important than the safety of our customers ... employees ... contractors ... and ( darya ) in the south bay... police in santa clara are looking for a man who went missing after attenting the niners game
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monday night. police say this man ian powers last talked to his family around ten monday night. powers' girlfriend said he left his seat to go to the bathroom at the game and never came back. his car was found in a nearby parking lot. police say powers was traveling from washington to los angeles with a scheduled stop in the east bay to see ( james ) coming up ... we continue to track the bad air quality in the bay area. experts weigh in on how to keep the smoke out of your home. ( james ) and tennis star serena find out why it's sparki
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (robin) major hot spot in cotati on nb 101 after railroad ave. a big rig flipped on its side and caught fire. the two right lanes are closed. ( james ) ( james )(ááá2shotááá) tennis superstar serena williams has been named g-q's woman of the year ... but the cover she is featured in is stirring up some controversy.( darya ) take a look at the cover ...serena is wearing a black long-sleeve turtleneck leotard and is called "the champion" by the magazine. has been criticized she wrote an open letter about a g-q employee tweeted that the artist responsible for the design of the cover uses quotation marks in many of his works.
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a big rig overturns and (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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(2-shot)( darya ) breaking of northbound 101 in cotatare c overturned and caught on fire. ( james ) kron 4s sara stinson is live with the details. sara?
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( darya )thanks sara. (james)(darya) lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... major hot spot in cotati on nb railroad ave. a big rig flipped on its side and caught fire. the two right major hot spot in cotati on nb 101 after railroad ave. a big rig flipped on its side and thes
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skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly but will remain smoky for most
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areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week. ( james ) a big story this morning as we continue our coverage of the deadly camp fire burning in butte county. the death toll has risen to 48. 76-hundred homes have burned to the ground. and the total number of destroyed structures is more than 88-hundred. over 15- hundred structures remain threatened. the fire has also grown tonight to 130 thousand acres. it is 35 percent contne and in south california we are following the fourth fire that has broken out. the sierra fire broke out around 10 last night in san bernardino. at last check it was 147 acthe strong winds in the area are
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causing the fire to spread quickly. ( darya ) with the smoke pouring into the bay area from the camp fire ... many people are asking how to prevent the smoke from getting into their homes. air conditioning experts say your windows and doors should stay closed. and depending on what kind of heating and air conditioning systems you have ... you may be able to minimize the amount of particles from coming in ... but not the smoke entirely. >( darya ) experts also say that smoke can get into your home through cracks, leaky windows and poor insulation. ( james ) im here with john shrable to talk about the smoke ... and the possibility of in the forecast.
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skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week.
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week. week. e kron4 news... survivors who ( darya ) plus ... the warriors bounce back after a loss and after that spat between kevin durant and draymond green. ( darya ) and the nation's leading e-cigarette maker is pulling some products from the shelves . we'll explain. you know when you're at ross
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101 after railroad ave. a big rig flipped on its side and caught fire. the two right lanes are closed. . bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( james ) e-cigarette company, juul, has stopped selling most of it's flavored tabacco products. the move comes after a huge government crackdown on underage sales of e-cigarettes. the san francisco based company says... in-store orders for flavors like mango... cream... and cucumber will no long be fulfilled. instead... they will only sell flavors like those online. juul says they will also limit sales to those ages 21- and older... and they plan to close their facebook and instagram accounts.
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7 a.m. we will have part two of our el nino coverage.. thisvalley were
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welcome back. lets get a check of major hot spot in cotati on nb 101 after railroad ave. a big rig flipped on its side and caught fire. the two right lanes are closed. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. skies will clear today as s wil
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compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure yet again. expect air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week.
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( darya ) back to our top
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story on the camp fire in paradise. bay area residents from santa rosa are sharing their advice to the fire victims. ) you may remember people from the coffey park neighborhood lost their homes in the tubbs fire (mk)billy andre, santa rosa "what they don't realize is they are in for the toughest year of their life, if not, it'll change their life forever."jeff okrepkie, santa rosa"it's going to be like this for a while. you are going to be constantly reminded of things you lost." just over a year ago -- a fire destroyed coffey park -- a neighborhood mies lost their ho and are now working to rebuild. but some people in the north bay are dropping everything to help those affected by the camp fire in butte county billy andre, santa rosa "something just welled up inside of us, my wife and i and a team of friends of ours." billy andre drove to chico on monday ... handing out gift cards in the walmart parking
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lot -- where hundreds are now living in their cars and in tents -- as they wait to figure out what's next.billy andre, santa rosa"jumping out of their cars, running, one guy said, 'i was trying to carry a lady. i wanted to carry more people but i couldn't,' and they were literally escaping on foot as the fire is right behind them at some point it had with this for the families of paradise jeff okrepkie, santa rosa"it's a very long road ahead and you are not alone. there's plenty of us in lake county and in sonoma county and soon to be ventura county that are there with you as well as shasta redd all in this together."michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"on friday at the epicenter in santa rosa -- coffey strong is hosting a celebrity bingo fundraiser. at the event, they'll be accepting gift cards to send to fire victims. in santa rosa michelle kingston kron 4 news." ( darya ) kron4 and our parent company-- nexstar media
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group... have partnered to help the fire victims in butte county. if you would like to help those affected by the 'camp fire'... the american red cross is accepting donations. you can check kron 4.com for details.. 4.com for details.. ( james ) in national news... the first wave of central american migrants from the group that formed last month has reached the u-s dren are now in tijuana. the migrants will now wait at a shelter hoping to cross into the u-s. some of the migrants traveled more than 2- thousand miles. but the trump admistration has not budged on the issue sending 59-hundred troops to the border. today two members of the admistration will visit parts of the texas border. ( darya ) now to the warriors ... team officials warriors ... team officials suspended draymond green for one game after he got into a
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heated spat with kevin durant on monday.( james ) green sat out last night's game against the atlanta hawks. steph curry was also o en 3rd quarter klay thompson nails the three from the corner giving the warriors the lead.up 29 points. final score... 110-103 warriors. post game ... durant talked about where he and draymond green stand. "have you and draymond been able to hash anything out?" "no.""do you see that happening anytime soon/" "i'm sure it will. we've got a long season ahead. i know you guys got a job to do but, i'm not trying to give anybody no headlines. what happened happened, we're trying to move on. just trying to play basketball."( darya ) we'll see if durant and green kiss and make up.they
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are scheduled to play tomorrow against the rockets in houston. ( james ) coming up in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news... the holiday season is almost here and pareare starting to think about toys for their kids... we have a list of the most dangerous toys you might want to avoid. we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look and here's a continues... morning news kron 4 back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look
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101 after railroad ave. a big
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rig flipped on its side and caught fire. the two right lanes are closed. skies will clear today as compared to yesterday's partly cloudy conditions but will remain smoky for most areas. with air quality issues continues despite comfortable temperatures back up into the 60's and low 70's it will be an afternoon to limit outdoor exposure air quality issues to stay with us well through the remainder of the week. ( james ) coming up in the next hour ... some lanes on north bound 101 are closed after a big rig turns over and catches fire. we have the lastest in a live report from the north bay. ( james ) plus ... we are continuing to follow the very latest on the camp fire in butte county as officials
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raise the death toll. ( james ) and we're keeping an eye on the air quality here in the bay area as the smoke from that fire continues to move our way.move our way. ( darya ) breaking news
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this breaking news this
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morning... several lanes of northbound 101 in cotati are shut down after a ups truck overturned and caught on fire. ( james ) kron 4s sara stinson is live with the details. sara? (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom.. (james) with a major hot spot and traffic... of weather with a check the morning lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic...
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