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tv   KRON 4 News at 4am  KRON  December 6, 2018 4:00am-4:30am PST

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(robin) good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morning news.im robin winston.lets start this morning with a check on weather and traffic. skies will continue to gradually clear out with mostly sunny skies after a few lingering morning showers.
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look forward to a mild day with upper 50's and low 60's and no need for the umbrella but still a good day to keep the sweater handy. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is 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 less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin ) driving down the highway
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and a large rock comes out of nowhere... smashing your windsheild. this scary moment is all too real ... for one woman driving in san jose. police are now looking for the suspect while drivers in the south bay remain on edge. kron4's alecia reid went to san jose and has details on where and what happened. it happened near 680 north and berryessa.the driver is traumatized, but feels lucky she wasn't seriously injured. pkgwhile driving on the
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freeway, this victim's dashcam camera captures video of a man below the 680 freeway ... throwing 2 large rocks. they both crash into her vehicle. shattering the windshield and denting the suv. luckily she managed to pull over and call 9-11 and chp. it's crazy. i can't believe someone would do something like thatpolice and c-h-p are investigating, but it isn't clear who did this ... people in the area tell me there are homeless living nearby.it was extremely scary for the woman driving and she wants to alert other drivers. according to chp, other drivers have stated this also happened to them, but so far this is the only official report of rocks being thrown. other drivers have a message for whoever is doing this.sot sotchp is warning driver to be careful, and watch their surroundings.reporting live from san jose .. ar .. kron4 news
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( robin ) wednesday, police arrested a man in connection to a shooting in san rafael. we first told you about this story as breaking news on monday. the shooting took place around six monday night at pickleweed park in san rafael's canal neighborhood. ( robin ) police arrived on the scene to find a man dead inside a car with a gun shot wound. he has been identified as 21 year old errol friedman from san anselmo. police say the suspect is 17 years old and has been booked into the marin county juvenile hall for murder. ( robin)two officer involved shootings in the span of 24 hours.one happening in pacheco... the other in napa. both of them are deadly.in contra costa county... a deputy shot and killed a man who the sheriff's department says was a felon and active
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gang member with a long criminal history.it happened off pacheco blvd in unincorporated martinez. angelicka jorgenson says the man who was fatally shot was her boyfriend who she is identifying as paul ridgeway. the sheriff's department says one of its deputies was leaving a call on near pacheco boulevard... and he spotted a man walking on the street who was wanted on a no bail warrant for evading and resisting arrest. after a brief foot pursuit the two began to struggle. ridgeway's girlfriend disputes the sheriff's department's account of what happened next.
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well."> ( robin ) ( robin )( robin )the suspect, a 41 year old discovery bay resident died at the scene. . the deputy was not hurt.he has been put on administrative leave as the sheriff's department and the district attorney's office investigates the shooting. ( robin )at the same time... police in napa are investigating a deadly officer- involved shooting. it happened around 2:00 wednesday morning on soscol avenue. police say 27-year-old david molina was suspected of being involved in an assault at an apartment complex.when officers arrived at the scene -- they were told molina had a gun.he then led an officer on a foot chase for several minutes.police say there was a fight when the officercaught up to him - and that officer
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fired his gun.molina was pronounced dead at the scene. the officer was not badly hurt and is now on paid leave. ( robin )in the east bay --- four police officers were injured after a struggle with a man who called the police on himself. alameda police received several calls ... from a man claiming to hear people following him. when officers arrived to help -- the 40- year old man became uncooperative.at one point, he entered a patrol car and attempted to get a locked patrol rifle.officers eventually were able to subdue him.two of the 4 officers that were hurt in the struggle are said to have serious injuries. ( robin )fremont police are on the hunt for the suspect in a double- shooting.where one of the victims died.it happened just after eleven- tuesday night .. on torrington court. witnesses say, they heard gunshots.a car then lost control and crashed into a wall on the side of a home.
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that passenger was prounounced dead at the scene. police found the driver a few blocks away.. he had also been shot. but he is expected to survive. ( robin ) rescuers are searching for five of seven u- s crew members after a mid-air collision of two planes off the coast of japan.u-s officials say the crash happened during a training mission just after 1:30am local time.the japanese military says one of its helicopters rescued one of the missing marines.and a second was found by a japanese military ship. ( robin )following a moving state funeral in washington d.c. yesterday, the body of former president george h.w. bush made its way back to houston where loved ones will hold a private, more intimate service this morning.kristen holmes has the latest from college station -where the former president will be buried this afternoon. president george h w bush returning george h w president
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george h w president president george h w bush returning home to texasovernight-- home to texasbush returning george h w president president george h w bush returning home to texas overnight-- crowds gathering at st martin's church in houston--to say a final farewell to the political icon before he is taken to his final resting place--next to his beloved wife barbara and daughter robinworld leaders past and present--gathering at the national cathedral in washington wednesday --a funeral fit for political royaltycelebrating the life of the 41st president--as a leader...jon meacham, presidential historian and author: "he was our shield in danger's hour."friend...alan simpson, former wyoming senator: "the most decent and honrable person i ever met was my friend, george bush."and father..george w. bush, former u.s. president: "the best father a son or daughter could have. and in our grief, let us smile, knowing that dad is hugging robin and holding
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mom's hand again"..president george h w bush died friday at the age of 94-- known for his modesty --he served the united states as a naval pilot - congressman - cia director - special envoy - vice president - and commander in chief--bush will be buried at his presidential library in college station, texas after a small private ceremony in houston. (robin) coming up coming up on the kron 4 morning news... another evacuation order has been lifted in butte county.we'll hear from people sifting through the rubble. (robin) but first... a warning from health officials about the increase in the amount of measles cases across the country --- including in california.
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(ácommercialá) (robin) welcome back.
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checking in on your morning forecast. skies will continue to
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gradually clear out with mostly sunny skies after a few lingering morning showers. look forward to a mild day with upper 50's and low 60's and no need for the umbrella but still a good day to keep the sweater handy.
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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. ( robin )( robin ) only on 4... a petaluma family
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got a big surprise when they were contacted by history buffs in missouri. it turns out that someone had found a recording of one of their relatives... who died in world war 2.kron 4's j.r. stone spoke with this family and the group from missouri, which flew here to give the family the audio recording. this is sgt. earl garrison....a man who at 20 years old lost his life after his bomber plane crashed in world war 2. 73 years later and this record with sgt. garrison's voice has surfaced. audio that was recorded in the days or hours before he died.nats....don't worry about me..i'll be alright. i'm the happiest man in the world...in
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case you didn't hear it he said don't worry about me, i'll be alright and i'm the happiest man in the world. his wife was actually expecting at the time. the record and a chair were the only two things that recently survived after a fire in st. louis, missouri...a location that garrison's wife had lived in until her death in 2003. a group called footsteps researchers were contacted and they found garrison's family members in petaluma. you see part of garrison's family moved from north dakota to the bay area years ago. this week researchers from missouri flew to california this week to give them the record. garrison's brother died four years ago but his great niece is happy to have the artifact . sot...my dad always talked about his favorite brotherin fact sgt. garrison's niece says her dad always talked about his brother who served our country.sot it's so special... this is video showing what was
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left of sgt. garrison's plane after that crash. one person did survive but they lost their legs. family members say that man would visit garrison's family years later. emotional....j.r. stone kron 4 news.
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( robin )4 your health this morning... the measles might be making a comeback. there is a warning after 220- new cases of measles in the united states... including some cases confirmed in california.kron 4's gayle ong has details on who's at risk.. . bay area health departments are on the look out.after the c-d-c reports 220 cases of the measles have been confirmed in 26 states..including california.the last outbreak was in 20-15 when at least 147 people came down with the virus at disneyland.áásotáá danielle hiser-honda is a senior public
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health nurse in marin county. she worked on the large disneyland outbreak where marin had two cases of the measles.áásotáásymptoms include high fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes and a rash all over the body for five to six days. measles could spread easily through the air.the c-d-c says measles is not made into the united states, people bring it into the country either by foreigners through americans who travel abroad. hiser-honda says the best way to prevent measles is getting two doses of the m-m-r vaccine.
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effective at preventing measles, so it's a very very effective vaccine."> ( robin )people with measles are contagious for four days before they develop a rash ...and four days after the rash.doctors urge parents to get their children vaccinated. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. the hollywood welcome back to the kron
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four morning news. i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today... two big award shows have found hosts... an iconic film maker is being honored... and a bunch of classic movies are returning to the big screen. david daniel has all that in the hollywood minute. (nat)hosts, hosts, everywhere! a pair of golden globe winners, actress sandra oh and actor andy samberg, have been tapped as this year's host of the golden globe awards, january sixth in beverly hills. that announcement came hours after the news that kevin hart will host the 91st academy awards, taking place february 24th.(nat)speaking of awards, "black klansman" director spike lee is assured of at least one honor this season: the career achievement award from the palm springs international film festival. the veteran filmmaker is set to be honored at the festival's gala on january third."we must be over the rainbow!"classic movie fans will be over the rainbow: more
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than a dozen famous films from various eras are returning to theaters in 20-19, as part of the fourth annual "t-c-m big screen classics" series. that includes "the wizard of oz" in january... "to kill a mockingbird" with gregory peck in march... and "true grit" with john wayne in may -- oscar-winners all. tickets are available beginning friday (12/7) at fathom-events dot-com. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza.
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(robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. skies will continue to gradually clear out with mostly sunny skies after a few lingering morning showers. look forward to a mild day with upper 50's and low 60's and no need for the umbrella but still a good day to keep the sweater handy. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is

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