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allegation that she was slammed to the ground for no reason.(whoosh) welcome back! in butte county, students from paradise return to classes ... in a new school. (whoosh) and san francisco hotel workers are claiming victory in a long running and bitter labor dispute. we were able to secure the best economic and working conditions package we've ever had in this city (pam) an internal investigation is now underway ... because a hayward police officer appears to have used force against a woman last month.(ken) we first showed you this video on saturday ... the 19 year old in this video says she was thrown to the ground outside a seven eleven for no reason. (ken) thank you for joining us i'm ken wayne.(pam) and i'm pam moore. tonight -- we are hearing from police for the first time. kron4's michelle kingston joins us live in hayward...
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with their side of the story. michelle.. michellepolice say an internal investigation is now underway. they say this is basic protocol after force is used. they also tell me the officers in the video are all still working during the investigation. (mk)ánats from cell phone videoácarolina olvera, hayward "i felt like trash. that's what they made me feel like." last month -- hayward police surrounded a vehicle outside a seven eleven, ultimately arresting a passenger inside who was wanted for armed carjacking.but they also arrested 19 year old carolina olvera -- who says she still doesn't understand why she was thrown onto the hood of the car and then onto the ground -- as seen here in this video. lt. guy jakub, hayward police department"i can tell you that at the end of the internal investigation, if there are any wrong doings that are discovered, our officers will be held accountable." lieutenant guy jakub with the hayward police department says
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olvera filed a formal complaint after she was put in jail for resisting arrest ... and now an internal investigation is underway lt. guy jakub, hayward police department"if there's any video out there, we ask people to share it with our internal affairs division so it can be part of our investigation. and once this investigation is concluded, if wrongdoings are discovered that are conducted by our officers, they will be held accountable."carolina olvera, hayward"i want them to apologize. i want them to apologize to me personally. i want the officer to apologize to me maybe i feel like they should remove him or punish him because what he did is not right." carolina olvera and her attorneys met with police today.we'll hear from her about that meeting, tonight at in hayward michelle kingston kron 4 news another big story tonight: the body of president george h-w bush is now in washington. in this live picture... you see the flag draped casket of the 41st president now lying in state at the u-s capitol... for 41 hours - until wednesday
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morning. all day... people have been stopping by the capitol... paying their final respects.(pam) our grant lodes is here with details on the that events unfolded today ... and a look ahead to a week of events honoring president bush. (grant) president george h. w. bush arrived in washington, dc this afternoon -- the first stop of many this week where he will be honored. he traveled from houston to d-c... secret service members carrying his casket... president trump sending air force one to bring bush and his family to washington. former presdient george w bush and his wife laura among them. in washington... the public is invited to the capitol to pay their final respects. a few hours ago... president trump and first lady melania showed up - and spent a few minutes beside the casket. and earlier today there... the vice president, house speaker and senate majority leader shared stories about the man who gave a lifetime of service to his country. rep paul ryan/-r- house
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speaker: his life was a hymn of honor. his legacy is grace perfected. his memory will belong to glory.sen. mitch mcconnell/-r- majority leader: "we stand with you in mourning, but also in gratitude. gratitude for lives well-lived and duties thoroughly fulfilled. gratitude that god gave this country george and barbara bush. and that they may now be reunited in the light of his grace." (grant) and today we learned the u-s postal service will be closed wednesday - as a tribute to the late presdient bush. all other non-essential covernment officers will also be closed wedneaday... (grant) and kron-4 will carry the president's memorial service uninterrupted on the kron-4 morning news. it begins at 8-oclock on wednesday morning. (pam) three weeks ago, this was the scene... as flames roared through the town of paradise. the camp fire damaged or destroyed eight of the town's nine schools ... the smoke triggered a countywide school, a new start... catherine heenan shows us what happened... when classes resumed.
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natparadise elementary school is reborn in a new location. the superintendent reached out to me and he says, 'can you help?'" oroville mayor linda dahlmeier says her community responded immediately"the bird street school, 90 children and all of their teachers and their principal decided that they would move their entire campus to another sister school, which is the stanford school," and so the children of paradise were welcomed by their old teachers to their new nearly every classroom counselors are helping children who were traumatized by their escape through a burning town. "it's not about the academics for us. it's just about loving each other and building the kids up. that's why we have all these positive sayings around the room and outside. just making them feel loved and letting them know how many people gave backpacks and did money and things to make our school again." "what are you excited about?" "i'm excited to see all my new friends.""we've definitely been through a lot. it's been a long process." brooke rhoulas and her three children now share an apartment in chico. they were among the thousands who lost
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everything in the fire.there's so much up in the air, like how long is it going to take?" her son nicholas says he's excited to get back to fifth grade, and he's hoping to one day the town he called home."i have a lot of memories there, but it's going to rebuild i'm pretty sure and i'll be able to go back up there," (pam) turning now to our four zone now to our turning (pam) turning now to our four zone forecast. rain is returning to the bay area.(ken) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now to tell us when and how much? lawrence karnow: clouds filled the skies today but rain is not far behind. a storm is slowly rotating off the coast.
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it will spin up showers from time to time the next few days. showers will generally be light but we could see a few heavier downpours. dry weather will return late on thursday and friday but more rain is expected next week. (ken) new tonight, striking hotel workers in san francisco have agreed to a new contract after more than two months of walking the picket lines.(pam) twenty- five hundred marriot hotel workers will return to work later this week. kron 4's charles clifford is live tonight in san francisco with details. charles. well, tonight union memebers voted on and approved a new contract that they believe is a good deal and they will return to work just in time for christmas
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sotwe are local 2!monday evening, unite here local 2 announced that their membership had overwhelmingly approved a new contract with marroit hotels.sotthe vote was a 99.6 yes vote.while specifics on the new contract weren't available monday evening, union negotiators say they were very happy with the results.sotnicholas javier is a server at the marriot. he says the strike, which lasted more than two months, was a challenge but he believes the new contract is a good deal and he looks forward to getting back to work.sotsan francisco mayor london breed also expressed her satisfaction with the new contract, thanking both sides for making it happen. she said in a statement today that "in this time of rising inequality, it is crucial that ourworkers are able to earn a fair wage that allows them to live and support their families in theincreasingly expensive bay area. " now, we did reach out of marriott no one was available to commment this evening. again, workers are scheducled to return to their jobs on wednesday. in san francisco ,charles clifford kron4 news.
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(pam) bay area radio host and civil rights advocate ray taliaferro ... was found dead in the woods in kentucky.. following a weeks- long search by his family. (ken) he was visiting the area with his wife and showed possible signs of dementia. tonight he is being remebered for a life of service and appreciation for art.kron 4's ella sogomonian met with a close friend and joins us live in
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the newsroom.ella? ray taliaferro leaves behind friends and family who remember him as a renaissance man who remained humble throughout his success. (nats piano playing)ray taliaferro was a music lover who encouraged young people to embrace art. he worked at kron 4 news before heading to kgo newstalk am-810 where he worked for years as the first african american commentator in a major city. taliaferro took civil rights to heart as well serving at one point as president of the naacp san francisco chapter.(nats)he was honored by the national association of black journalists for his life's work in 2011.his long-time friend the current president of the naacp dr. amos brown calls him a selfless pioneer. sot: dr. amos brown, naacp sf president// "it's very rare to meet a person like ray who is humble approachable yet had so much going intellectually and spiritually."taliaferro was reported missing by his wife
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on november 10th in kentucky while on a trip. his body was found sunday afternoon in a wooded area.taliaferro is said to have shown signs of dementia.his son raphael taliaferro jr shared this is a devastating ending to our search for him over these past weeks the family is in the process of working with the police to learn the matters surrounding his the investigation continues taliaterro friends recognize him for his exemplary life. sot: dr. amos brown, naacp sf president// he was very much reflective strategic and courageous thise are noble virtues if you are going to be on the cutting edge of justice (nats that was a beautiful piece...")
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taliaferro is survived by his son raphael jr. of stockton.he was 79 years old.paducah police say an autopsy is pending live in the newsroom es kron 4 news. coming up at eight.. illegal stunts.. .fireworks... and blocked roads. neighbors say, a dangerous sideshow was out of control on the weekend... and it's not the first time. plus. why the u-s is now declaring a health emergency in alaska after that seven point oh earthquake. and next. parents upset after learning ... elementary schools on the peninsula are closing their doors... where the students will end up
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a peninsula school district has announced the closure of 4 elementary schools next year to help deal with a $10 million dollar deficit. kron 4's gabe slate spoke with parents ... who are upset they have to uproot their children to a different school. sound from parent of redwood city elementary student: "that's terrible" i spoke with parents of hawes elementary school kids who are upset that the school is closing next year sound from parent of redwood city elementary student: "not good" hawes, orion, fair oaks, and adelante elementary schools are closing next year as the district battles with deficits. the kids will be merged into other schools. sound from parent of redwood city elementary student: "it's not good" flora graduated from hawes elementary a few years ago her family lives in the neighborhood.. she was here today to pick up her sister she is upset her sister won't have the close by neighborhood school experience she had. sound from parent of redwood city elementary student: "it's not good" redwood city school district concluded with declining enrollment that they can not sustain 16 schools with 7,500 students. the school district says they have lost close to 2,000 students in six years due to families moving out of the bay area due to the high cost of living and three charter schools that operate within their attendance zone. in redwood city gabe slate kron 4 news.
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(ken) happening now... one man is dead and a 55 year old woman is hospitalized after an early morning shooting. it happened in san francisco's mission district on the 3000 block of 16th street near valencia. one man who frequents this area was not particarly surprised about the early morning violence here.... but says he's exhausted by's awful i
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think it's a crying shame that these types of things are still happening around here. we've got to start working together to have to have things like this not happen so simple and so easily.(ken) the 55 year old female victim's condition has been reported as serious. the nature of the relationship between the two victims is unclear.. and at this time there is no information being released about possible suspects or motive. (ken) a big story coming to a head in the south bay is the deal between google and the city of san jose.(pam) on tuesday.. the city council will consider the first phase of a deal.... where google would pay a hundred- million dollars... for 10- acres of publicly- owned land .... it would be used for a transit village near diri-don station. the deal could bring millions of square- feet of office space, retail and as many as 20,000 new, mostly tech- related jobs to town. those who are against the deal... believe hunger and homelessness will get worse. but scott knies with the downtown association says, it's a good deal.scott knies/san jose downtown
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association " is a match made in heaven for san jose."(pam) in a (pam) in a statement, mayor sam liccardo said ... "... we'll require at least 25 % of the new housing units built in that area ... be affordable rent- restricted units... and there will be a fee towards affordable housing. (ken) happening tonight people in san francisco and around the world are celebrating hannukah. today is "bill graham menorah day"... a tradition dating back to 19-75. the union square candle lighting ceremonies will be held through next sunday. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o. kron-4's chief meteorologist
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lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: clouds filled the skies today but rain is not far behind. a storm is slowly rotating off the coast. it will spin up showers from time to time the next few days. showers will generally be light but we could see a few heavier downpours. dry weather will return late on thursday and friday but more rain is expected next week. new ahead at 8 a mother dies trying to help a panhandler on the side of the road. what happened when she rolled down her window and next. disturbing video of a trooper being hit by an out of control car.
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what he did in the moment 'before' being struck. and steph curry and the and steph week.expected next more rain is the forecast lawrence new ahead new ahead new ahead at 8 a
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mother dies trying to help a panhandler on the side of the road. what happened when she rolled down her window and next. disturbing video of a trooper being hit by an out of control car. what he did in the moment 'before' being struck. and steph curry and the warriors get back on track in atlanta... mark has the highlghts... later in sports ((ken))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... would you be in a good financial position if you suddenly lost your job?after general motors announced plans to slash thousands of jobs...experts say it's a warning that no one is immune from layoffs. ahead in the next hour...some tips to prepare if the nation goes
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into another recession.that's tonight at nine. this is a fight. not to the finish. but to the beginning.
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a fight that can only be won, if we stand together for one cause. him. expert care for every new beginning. (ken) a florida state
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trooper is in the hospital after he was hit by a car spinning out of control. we want to warn you some may find this video disturbing. a florida highway patrol trooper was working a crash on interstate-95. at the same time-- officials say a truck ran into the back of a black audi... causing it to careen towards the officer. with only a split second to spare--
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the trooper pushed the man to the side and took the brunt of the impact. lifting him off of the ground. according to florida highway patrol-- the trooper has serious injuries. no word if anyone has been charged in the crash. (pam) one child is dead and dozens of others hurt .... following a bus crash in arkansas early today. the charter bus was traveling from dallas, texas, to memphis, tennessee... when it overturned along interstate-30 near hot springs. police say, it was carrying a youth football team that had just played in a championship game in dallas. the driver lost control of the bus before overturning it ... injuring at least 45 people.... most of them children. twenty- two children have been released from the hospital. four are listed to be in stable condition. coming up at eight.. why the u-s is declaring a health emergency in alaska .... days after a powerful seven-point- oh earthquake struck. plus a trade war between the u-s and china appears to be cooling. the tariffs president trump
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says china will now remove. and next. a dangerous sideshow sends one person to the hospital in the east bay.
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(ken) a big story we're following tonight out of the east bay... hundreds of people gathered for an illegal sideshow... and when it was over one person was seriously injured(pam) kron4's haaziq madyun shows us where it happened.. a man is seriously injured after he either jumped or fell
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from this i-80 on ramp in crockett. it happened around midnight saturday. the california highway patrol were here breaking up a major sideshow at the timesot you can see the tire burnout marks covering pomona streetsot the sideshow happened right down the hill from dawn delise neighborhood and she says it is not the first timesotsot
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impound your vehicle for up to thirty days and a thirty day impound is going to cost you thousands of dollars. we want remind people that sideshows are unsafe and they're also illegal and there can be some serious consequences">and in this case serious injuries as wellsotin crockett haaziq madyun kron4news (pam) federal officials have declared a public health emergency in alaska .. following friday's powerful seven- point- oh earthquake. (ken) there have been no outbreaks of disease or other major problems. instead this action will ensure medicaid funds continue to be sent... despite the temporary closure of offices. no deaths or serious injuries were reported from the temblor that struck friday in anchorage. it rattled buildings... disrupted power... and caused heavy damage to the only highway that goes north of the city. and since friday... the state has seen a little more than a thousand aftershocks. (pam) house republicans are trying to push back a
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possible government shutdown. they filed a resolution monday... to fund parts of the government until december 21-st. currently, some government agencies could run out of money as early as friday. the main sticking point is the money president trump is demanding for his border wall. he wants lawmakers to approve five- billion dollars for the projec.. the measure would need bi-partisan support, but democrats are not on board. president trump said, a partial shutdown is a possibility .. if the wall funding is not approved. (ken) in health alert news.... the centers for disease control and prevention has confirmed a record number of cases of a polio-like illness so far this year. there are 134 cases of the acute flaccid myelitis disease in 22 states so far... and 18 of those cases were confirmed just last week. this polio-like illness is commonly found in children and can lead to paralysis. there are currently 165 patients being looked at for possibly having it. as of right now, there is no cure or
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vaccine for this disease. (ken) the trade war between the united states and china is cooling... at least for now. beijing will "reduce and remove" the 40- percent tariffs on automobiles it imports from the u-s. that's according to a sunday night tweet from president trump. on saturday chinese president xi jinping and mister trump said they would hold off on additional tariffs between their countries until further notice. (ken) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: clouds filled the skies today but rain is not far behind. a storm is slowly rotating off the coast. it will spin up showers from time to time the next few days. showers will generally be light but we could see a few heavier downpours. dry weather will return late on thursday and friday but more
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rain is expected next week. week.expected next more rain is expected next week.
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still ahead at 8 former first lady michelle obama has some advice for the duchess of sussex. what she had to say to meghan markle. plus. a newly engaged couple's happy moment goes south... when the bride- to- be loses the ring. what happened next... has them thanking police. and next. a radio station refuses to play a popular christmas song. they say it's because the lyrics are controversial.
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(ááápamááá) the song "baby, it's cold outside" was first released 70- years ago, when societal norms were very different. but in the "me too" era, "baby it's cold outside" is getting the cold shoulder from some. (ááákenááá) as reporter matt wright explains, it's prompted one cleveland radio- station to pull the song from the the air. (nats)on w-d-o-k -- or christmas 102...(nats)it's all christmas music.(nats)all the time.(nats)but this year, one song has been pulled from the playlist.(nats) "i really can't stay. but baby it's cold outside."desiray/ wdok midday host"the tune might be catchy, but let's maybe not promote that sort of an idea."midday host desiray says listeners drove the decision. suggesting... in light of "me too" ..that lyrics like this.. (nats) "say what's in this drink? no cabs to be had out there."are no longer appropriate.or even
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predatory...(nats)desiray/ wdok midday host"people might say, 'oh, enough with that #metoo,' but if you really put that aside and listen to the lyrics, it's not something i would want my daughter to be in that kind of a situation." sondra miller/ president and ceo, cleveland rape crisis center"we support the decision. i think it's taking a 2018 lens on a song that was written a very long time ago." sondra miller with the cleveland rape crisis center says it reflects evolving values.sondra miller/ president and ceo, cleveland rape crisis center"the character in the song is saying 'no,' and they're saying well, 'does no really mean yes?' and i think in 2018 what we know is consent is 'yes.'"and while some may hear the song as a playful back and forth from another time.... others hear something else. sondra miller/ president and ceo, cleveland rape crisis center"i've asked them to stop and think about the perspective of a survivor who was raped in that type of circumstance."(nats)so while one song goes away.. other christmas carols go on.sondra miller/ president and ceo, cleveland rape crisis center "enjoy all the other songs, we have so many of them!"(nats)in cleveland, matt wright, fox 8 news.
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(ááákenááá) (ááákenááá) the song has one other unique quality-- while "baby it's cold outside" nevers mentions any holiday, it's regarded as a christmas song due to it's winter theme. the song has also been covered by more than fifty popular artists over the years, from ray charles and betty carter to rod stweart and dolly parton. next at 8 a mother decides to help someone and ends up losing her life. what happened when she rolled down her car window....for a panhandler. and coming up in sports, the warriors still missing some star power from the lineup...but had no problems tonight in atlanta. highlights just ahead.
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(pam) new tonight family of a maryland woman .... killed while she tried to help a panhandler, say she died the way she lived... trying to be kind.(ken) jacquelyn smith was stabbed by a man when she rolled down her car window to give money to a woman. nadia singh has more on the search for a killer. "i was like shocked when i saw it."odella taylor. . an east baltimore resident. . is talking about the metro crime stoppers flyer showing jacquelyn smith's face.odella taylor/ resident:"when i saw the flyer. . it could've been me or my husband, you know?" police say smith was stabbed to death after trying to help a panhandler.odella taylor: "i'm not going to stop my car. you know, the way times are, you don't know who to stop the
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car for."smith was riding through the city around 12-30 saturday morning along valley street whenshe saw a woman with what appeared to be a baby. . holding a sign saying, "please help feed my baby."odella taylor:"it's normally quiet around here. so it was a shock to me that i heard something like that." smith. . who was in the front seat. . rolled down the window to the woman money and when she did. .an unknown man reached inside to grab her wallet and police say there was a struggle.investigators tell wmar he took out a knife and stabbed smith in the torso before running away with the woman holding the sign.ellison taylor/ resident:"it makes you think twice about helping anyone. think twice, look twice. you know, cause i got to work early in the morning and my guard's up."ellison taylor/resident 174850 it makes you think twice about helping anyone. 52police echo that advice. . saying crimes like these can happen any time. jeremy silbert/ baltimore police dept:"always be aware of your surroundings. it doesn't matter if it's the middle of the day or the middle of the night. if you're driving, if you're walking, if you see something or someone that's suspicious, call 911. our officers work 24 hours a day." the driver of the car smith was in when she was stabbed took her to the hospital and called police. she died at the hospital (pam) smith's 19-year-old son
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says, she made a "split second decision to help someone." he says she was in the car with her husband and stepdaughter when she was killed. there have been no arrests. police on monday were handing out flyers in the area where smith was killed. (ken) a sacramento mother says... her twelve year old son titus white has endured weeks of intense physical and emotional pain... all because of a bully.... from racial comments to violence... kindra miller says her son has had ongoing issues with his folsom middle school classmate... one month ago during a field trip to sacramento state - she says that student followed titus to the restroom - grabbed him from behind - and pushed him... (kindra miller - mother)"my son was only inches from a pole and his head was slammed into a pole""hearing that your son has a brain bleed. of course you think of the absolute worst at that moment." (ken) the seventh grader
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spent days in the hospital with a brain injury... now titus is healing and physically ready to return to school. but his mom won't allow it... because the other student hasn't been punished. a spokesperson for the school district, says it is investigating and the school has made sure the two students will no longer be in the same class... as the investigations continue... (pam) a wedding proposal in new york gone horribly wrong.... she said yes ... but then dropped the diamond engagement ring into a sidewalk grate! this now viral video - shared by the new york police - shows the couple searching for the bride-to-be's engagement ring ... after it fell into a utility grate in times square. the couple - john and daniella - got engaged in central park and then made their way to time square when the ring slipped off her finger. the night detectives searched through trash with no luck until the next morning when officers returned and found the ring. police posted a picture of the ring in hopes to find the couple who had already returned to the u.k. the
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couple thanked the police and said they will never forget the efforts they went through to get the ring. the future groom hopes to return to new york soon and buy them a couple of cold beers. even with even with steph curry coming back, the warriors still not at full strength. draymond green...not expected to return at all during this road trip. and starting center damion jones may be done for the year. we'll see how that affects the team over time, but for now, the champs facing one of the worst teams in the league. --warriors-hawks in atlanta.. curry...showed signs of rust this weekend in a loss to detroit. --early tonight, he was rolling... 3-ball from the corner pocket... and it feels like it's going to be one of those nights. --later in the 1st-- warriors already up double digits.. curry again...pullup 3-ball. 26-13 champs, curry with 18 points in the first. finished with a game-high 30. --then end of the 1st half-- the other all-stars getting to work..
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kevin of the key...always works. warriors up 24 at the break. --out of the locker room, klay thompson... from the top, off the screen... that's gonna drop.é warriors still cruising. klay ends the night with 27. -later in the 3rd, warriors on a break... off the turnover.. lob to durant for the alley oop in transition. 28 for kd...10 of 13 from the field.. --128-11 your final...warriors visit the cavs on wednesday. turning now to the nfl--the 49ers and raiders continue to make progress on the path for the number one overall pick. starting with the silver and black...who made it interesting against the chiefs. entered the contest as double-digit home underdogs..against the team with the best record in the afc. raiders outscored kc 17-7 in the 4th...and made it a one-possession game with less than a minute to play. but four touchdown passes from patrick mahomes was just enough for the chiefs to seal a 40-33 win... kc goes to 10-and-2.. raiders fall to 2-and-10, just behind the niners for the top pick in april. and jon not even thinking about it. "no, we don't look
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ahead right now. we are looking at the pittsburgh steelers, that's all we are doing. i'm really proud of our team. we fought back yesterday and made it 33-30 in the fourth quarter. we gave kansas city too many mulligans. we fumbled the ball to them three times. we had a fourth-and-one called back, and we gave them first downs. we are not looking ahead to nothing except the pittsburgh steelers. i can assure you that, at least on our side of the building." and turning to the 49ers, who still can't find a way to win against seattle..have now lost 10-straight to the seahawks. the hawks in full control yesterday in a 43-16 rout. what's interesting is the 49ers outgained seattle by more than 100 yards... but couldn't overcome 3-turnovers including a 98-yard-pick six to bobby wagner. this afternoon, kyle shanahan...aske d to evaluate his own performance "when you look at our record, and we're all extremely dissapointed in that. we always fell like we should win more games than we
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have. but i'm going to sit and come to work every single day and be the same person when we have a bad record as we do a good record. i think you can ask our players that and ask people who work with us and you guys can decide, but i don't really change i do as good as i can every single day and as long as i know that i can live with myself." now to monday night football--redskins-eagles in philly. --washington down to its 3rd string qb, mark sanchez... first play, is a handoff to adrian peterson... and ap is gone... the 33-year-old taking 90-yards to the end zone. the longest run of his career. redskins up 10-7. --but it was all eagles after that.. carson wentz...hits jordan matthews on the slant. wentz...300-plus through the air, 2-plus through the air, 2- touchdowns. --philly wins 28-13, now 2nd in the nfc east finally tonight, now that the college football regular season is over, it's now time to think about the hardwareú heisman trophy finalists announced today...and it comes down to three quarterbacks. starting with the frontrunner, through the majority of the year... alabama's tua
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ch a dominant year,, but it's interesting now given that he had a rough outing in the sec championship. oklahoma's kyler addition to leading the sooners to the playoff...what's crazy about him is he's not even going to play football, but signed a deal with the a's. -the other finalist is ohio state's dwayne haskins... who led the buckeyes to a big 10-title.. --the winner will be announced saturday. next at 8. michelle obama's advice for british - american duchess ... megan markle.
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(ááákenááá) former first lady michelle obama is sharing advice for meghan, the duchess of sussex. the british magazine -- good housekeeping-- published an interview with mrs.obama monday. her biggest piece of advice to meghan --take some time, don't be in a hurry to do anything.... and pursue issues that stir her passions. mrs. obama is currently in europe promoting her new book called, "becoming".. she canceled planned visits to paris and berlin in order to attend the funeral of former president george h-w bush on wednesday. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) but our primetime coverage is just getting started this monday. grant lodes is here with kron
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4 news at 9. ((grant))thank you pam and a nine...police have a warning for people in one bay are on the lookout for burglars.this after more than a dozen cars were broken into over the authorities are trying to get the word out before the thieves strike again.a live just minutes away.and a live look at the capitol rotunda in washington d-c.that's where the body of president george h-w bush lies in tonight at nine...we speak to friends of the late commander in chief who share their memories of the man they say was an honest, good, decent man.((grant))also tonight... ...authorities are investigating several suspicous fires in the marina district of san francisco.we are live there with the story. keep it here...kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break. you know when you're at ross and you realize it's time your sister stopped borrowing your sweaters? yes! that's yes for less. stop stealing mine... never. the perfect sweater makes the perfect holiday gift.
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and it feels even better when you find it for less - at ross. yes for less.
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you know when you're at ross and you find their favorite hero at a price that makes you the hero? yes. that's yes for less. yes! with hot holiday toys for all ages, ross is your toy destination. it feels even better when you find it for less, at ross: yes for less. (grant) police in one south bay community on high alert after thieves broke into more than a dozen cars and committed other thefts ... and the culprits are still on the loose...(grant) thanks for joining us im grant lodes... (pam) and im pam moore in for vicki livakis... it happened in los altos... along truman avenue, elmhurst drive and oakhurst drive ... streets that are all within a mile away from each other... (grant) los altos police say in all cases the thieves targeted unlocked vehicles.
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kron4's dan thorn is live in los altos tonight with more on what police are saying you should do. dan? grant and pam, police say they got 16 reports of cars and residential garages being broken into last friday night. tonight they're telling us a number of steps you should take to prevent yourself from becoming a victim. more than a dozen break-ins and thefts in just one night in los altos. police say all of the incidents had one thing in common--people left their car doors unlocked..sot: we are not immune to crime so that's why we always tell everyone to lock your belongings up and keep your belongings safeagent jessica vernon with the los altos police department says most of these crimes happened in neighborhoods all within a mile of each other including truman ave, elmhurst drive and oakhurst drive..sot: they probably hopped off of the freeway and said hey look let's hop in this town and see what we can get adding insult to injury--some people also left their electric garage door openers in their unlocked cars--making them even


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