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here is a live here is a live look at the embarcadero.embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)chilly morning temperatures along with areas of locally dense fog over some inland valleys can be expected this morning. increasing clouds today ahead of an approaching weak cold front will result in cooler high temperatures today. this weak front will bring the possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area
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northward, tonight into monday. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall to the area midweek while the potential of additional, wetter systems are possible beginning next weekend. ( sara ) the family of a man who
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was shot and killed by hayward police is demanding answers. police say they were told 29 year old agustin (augustine) gonsalez had a knife in his hand ... 13 shots were fired -- they later learned the man was holding a razor blade. kron4's michelle kingston spoke to the victim's family who want to know why their loved one was killed and if there was another way this incident could've been handled. (mk)karla gonsalez, victim's mother"my son was 29 years
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old. he has two beautiful kids that are 10 and 8. he adored them. he was a hard worker. he was goofy. he always knew how to make people laugh."agustin gonsalez's family is wondering how they will get through his daughter's ninth birthday party ... and christmas ... without him.karla gonsalez, victim's mother"he knew how to brighten our room with a smile."last month -- smile."room with a smile."last month -- police were called to oneill avenue ... where they say a man reported gonsalez was acting erratically with a knife outside his ex- girlfriend's home.three officers arrived and say gonsalez ignored their commands to drop his weapon. they fired their guns 13 times -- and then realized gonsalez
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was not holding a knife, but a razor blade.michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"29 year old agustin gonsalez was pronounced dead at a hospital hours after the incident."ben nisenbaum, attorney"it's hard to conceive any situation that three well trained police officers who have all gone through the police academy couldn't handle a man with a razor blade."gonsalez's family has hired ben nisenbaum as their attorney ... and plan to file a civil lawsuit against hayward police.frank canto, victim's uncle"there's so many other ways to handle this situation. they decided to use their gun instead and here we are. we just want a little justice for augie."agustin gonsalez, victim's father"we are just trying to get answers and wondering why it wasn't handled differently. we just feel that it could've been handled ... he was crying for help and why did it have to happen this way?"the hayward police department is conducting an internal investigation due to the use of force.we reached otu to police for comment -- but have not heard back.in hayward michelle kingston kron 4 news (sara) the san francisco forty niners are mourning the loss of one of their own. tony york died yesterday.
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he was the son of the team's owners and younger brother of niner's c-e-o jed york. tony york was 35-years old. kron 4's gayle ong spoke with people close to the family. 35-year-old tony york, who 35-year-old 35-year-old 35-year-old 35-year-old tony york, who was the son of the san was the son of tony york, who 35-year-old 35-year-old tony york, who was the son of the san francisco forty niners owners,has died.his father is john york, the owner of the niners,his brother is jed york, the team's c-e-o.the family released this statement saturday..but no cause of death was given.the 35-year- old was perhaps best known for his philanthropy..and entrepreneurship in the bay area high-tech industry..
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frequently,they even invited him to their private suite to watch the niners games.
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morning news, police say they've arrested a serial window smasher wanted in connection with up to á30á vandalism cases in san rafael. ( sara ) and we are learning more about a surfer who died after rescuers pull him from the water at san francisco's ocean beach. ( sara ) plus...why the cdc wants you to say "no" to raw cookie dough this holiday season. ♪
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recovery toward operating expenses. the policy also encourages the company to take part in programs that help subsidize low-income riders. there's no increase expected in the immediate future. ( sara ) in health news this morning...you may want to avoid eating raw cookie dough while you're whipping up your desserts for christmas the cdc is using this holiday season to remind all bakers that eating or tasting unbaked products can make you sick. flour and raw eggs especially can contain bacteria and salmonella.. so as much as you may want to sneak a taste...it's better for your health to wait until the treats are fully cooked. the c-d-c has a full list of safe food handling practices on its website. ( sara ) a new study finds most adults have not gotten their flu shot not gotten their flu shot yet. a research organization at the university of chicago is behind the report. the researchers surveyed more than 12-hundred americans. they say-- as of mid-november-- 41- percent of respondents who are
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18-years old or older say they are not getting their vaccination. another 14- percent say they plan to get their flu shot... but have not done so yet. so far-- it has been a mild season for the flu... but it is still early. the previous flu season was the deadliest season in decades. health officials say there were more than 80- thousand flu-related deaths in the u-s. ( dave )
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( sara ) toss to weather. (dave)chilly morning temperatures along with areas of locally dense fog over some inland valleys can be expected this morning. increasing clouds today ahead of an approaching weak cold front will result in cooler high temperatures today. this weak front will bring the
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possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area northward, tonight into monday. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall to the area midweek while the potential of additional, wetter systems are possible beginning next weekend. (sara) (sara) happening now... multiple
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lanes are closed going northbound towards highway 101... after a car crashed into a power line pole. that person is now behind bars. kron 4s sanaz tahernia joins us now live with the details. multiple lanes of northbound u.s. highway 101 in rohnert park are currently closed due to low-hanging power lines following a solo-vehicle crash into a power pole, according to the california highway patrol. the chp said the collision happened just after
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11:45 p.m. on the freeway just north of the rohnert park expressway. one person was arrested and transported to the hospital, but was not seriously injured, the chp said. no further information on the arrest was provided. as of 3:40 a.m., the no. 3 and 4 lanes are closed, but the no. 1 and 2 lanes are open to traffic, according to the chp. pg&e officials said crews arrived at the scene around 12:45 a.m. and made the scene "safe", but won't be able to clear the lines from the freeway until later today. there is no estimated time of when the repairs will be made, but pg&e officials said there are no power outages in the area. ( sara ) thanks ( sara ) this morning we
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are hearing from business owners following the arrest of a man police say is connected to at least 30 vandalism cases in san rafel. kron 4's philippe djegal spoke with authorities about how they were able to track down the man. (philippe) from big corporations like fedex... to local businesses in san rafael like floortex design... broken windows remain boarded up. allegedly habitually smashed out by the same man over a span of several months -- dating back to august.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "a lot of the initial surveillance video in the early months was of poor quality, or the suspect was too far away from the camera to make an identification." but sergeant justin graham says surveillance video from recent vandalism cases, helped narrow down a suspect to 47- year-old miguel angel parra of san rafael. he's believed to be the man in this video, seen early tuesday morning,
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riding on a bike passed floortex, and throwing a rock through the windowsgt. justin graham/srpd- "that was then forwarded to our foot beat downtown officers who were able to locate mr. parra, uh, detained him, and arrested him on two outstanding unrelated warrants by this week... the police department was investigating 30 similar vandalism cases... where the suspect had thrown a rock through the businesses window. and, after his arrest, parra admitted to investigators... that he was involved with at least 12 of those incidents.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "don't have any idea of what the motive was at this point." marin beverage outlet was also victimized this week. the owner says the window repair exceeded 13-hundred dollars. a floortex manager says their repairs will likely hit five thousand dollars. both leaders grateful the san rafael police department got their man.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "he's the only suspect at this point. we are looking into the other cases to see if there are maybe other suspects. obviously, he only admitted to 12 of them." so, he's facing 12 felony counts of vandalism. parra is due in court monday. and, at some point, it's possible the marin county district attorney's office could ask he undergo a mental
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health evaluation. in san rafael, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( sara ) still ahead on kron 4 morning news...we'll catch up with the 49ers as they get ready to take on the broncos. ready to take on the broncos. this holiday, no matter who's on your list, we've got great gifts at great prices! so, bring us your husband who thinks he's a celebrity chef. get him something stain-less and pain-less. bring us your sister who's always asking "can you hold this... and this?" you're both welcome. and bring us your daughter, the daredevil. a bike. she'll love it. and bring us your parents, who are super competitive... ...oh boy... game on. find the perfect gifts for everyone. for way less than you'd expect. we've got ideas, and great prices. tj maxx, marshalls and homegoods.
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year. he signed a huge deal with the a's for four point six million dollars but could this change things? it certainly will be interesting to see. murray is 5 foot 10 and a half and weighs 190 pounds so he is smaller but nfl scouts say if he did go to the nfl he could be drafted in the first round. also some saying he could play both sports. a to be continued here but congrats to kyler murray on winning the heisman. san jose sharks wrapping up a short 2-game road trip in arizona saturday...we go to the action.... ---here we see marc-edouard vlasic.... looking game ready.... ---we go to the 1st period.....sharks up 1- 0.....tomas hertl to timo meier.....meier to logan couture....couture shoots and scores....through the legs of the goalie sharks extend their lead to 2-0..... ---3rd period now....sharks still up 3-2....brad richardson.richardson shoots....it's in for the game
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tying goal... ---tied 3 all with roughly 6 minutes to go... lukas radil would end up with the puck....radil circles the goal....he shoots it in!!....his first nhl goal is a game winner for the sharks.... ---sharks go on to win 5-3.....and wrap up their 2-game road trip on a high note.... it's a iconic college football match up saturday that happens every year. army versus navy. 119th time this has happened. and here they come. the president flipped the coin for this one. army rank 25th in the country. ---1st quarter.....kelvin hopkins jr. takes it in himself for the 10 yard touchdown...army up 7-0 early in the game.... ---4th quarter.....garret lewis at the 1 yard line for navy....falls in for the touchdown....but navy still trails army....10-7.... ---3 minutes left in the 4th....navy goes for it on 4th and 12.....kenneth brinson strips the ball away from zach abey....army recovers.... ---that would lead to a touchdown at the 1 yard line by kelvin hopkins jr.... extending army's lead 17-7.... ---army defeats navy....17-10.... if you plan on being out and about sunday beware of traffic. two nfl games happening here in the bay area. the raiders in oakland and the 49ers down in santa clara. we start with the 49ers. the red and gold will be going up against a denver broncos team that is 6 and 6 on the season. they still have a shot at making the playoffs are a game out of a wild card spot. this is the first time the broncos have played a regular season game at levi's stadium since they won super bowl 50 in santa clara. san francisco was officially knocked out of the playoffs last week. they are playing for pride at this point. maybe spoiler as well. kickoff set for 1:05 sunday afternoon. the oakland raiders have a very tough task sunday as they host the afc north conference leading pittsburgh steelers. just like the 49ers the raiders are also
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playing for pride. they are double digit underdogs in sunday's game but here is a glimmer of hope. something we always look for...especially this season. quarterback ben rothlisberger has not beat the raiders in oakland in the three games that he has played there. so there ya go. kickoff for this game set for 1:25 sunday afternoon. ( sara ) as we head to break...here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.. outback is making your holidays even better!
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(dave)chilly morning temperatures along with areas of locally dense fog over some inland valleys can be expected this morning. increasing clouds today ahead of an approaching weak cold front will result in cooler high temperatures today. this weak front will bring the possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area northward, tonight into monday. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall to the area midweek while the potential of additional, wetter systems are possible beginning next weekend.
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( sara )( sara ) we're learning more about the surfer who died after rescuers pulled him from the water at san francisco's ocean beach. crews rushed the man to the hospital where we was pronounced dead friday afternoon. kron4's dan thorn has reaction from the surf community about this tragic death. much calmer water for people looking to catch some waves saturday. ocean beach surfers say the day before was much rougher..sot: it was one of
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the first big winter swells of the season so waves were big damon caughell (call) and his buddy clayton roth say they come to this beach often.the news of someone dying after being pulled out of the waves friday is not something they ever want to hear about a fellow surfer sot: oh it's awful, its awful our prayers go out to the family that is dealing with this situation it's not something you ever want to hear about. the national weather service issued a beach hazard--warning people about the water at the beach. officials say the waves swelled to 10 feet on thursday and friday. forecasters are expecting the milder weekend to continue. local surfers say these unfortunate incidences show why safety in the water is paramount. sot: try to remember to be safe im here with a buddy, use the buddy system look out for eachother and if you every feel like you're in an uncomfortable position best to just get out of the water. ( sara ) that was dan thorn reporting. emergency crews say they had to rescue
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at least 3 surfers over a 24 hour span. ( sara )new this morning.... police in san jose believe a driver was making an illegal u-turn moments before a deadly crash. it happened saturday morning on south jackson avenue. police say the driver of a honda accord made a u-turn to head north when it was hit by a chevy trailblazer. both drivers and three passengers in the honda were taken to a hospital. one of the passengers later died at the hospital. ( sara ) this week, survivors of the deadly camp fire returned to their properties in paradise. reporter stephanie lin was with one homeowner who's trying to navigate how to move forward. don mokler:"i've seen fires before, but i've never seen any fire as total as this."don mokler returns to the ruins of his paradise home.don mokler: "and there was another bedroom right here. oh i know what this is. it was a metal desk." the fourth visit for the man who lived here for 20 years...the land now incinerated to ash and rubble. don mokler:"gone. everything is gone. and you can tell from
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looking at this. i can't even pick a penny out of this that isn't scorched and melted."now left with little else than a truck and his beloved dog, oreo.stephanie lin:"don doesn't plan to rebuild his home here but he does plan to move on with his life. after cleaning up what's left of his property, he plans to move elsewhere."don mokler:"what i'd really like is to have peace of mind that people know that this isn't over with. we're still out here with no home, no place to go."like thousands of others now homeless, don's path to a new home is paved with difficulty. don mokler:"we found one home we wanted to buy, we home we wanted to buy, we wanted to go into the process of purchasing it and somebody came along just minutes before us and offered 20-thousand dollars over the asking price."but as the saying goes, tough times never last.don mokler:"stay strong. hang in there, it's gotta get better, sure can't get any worse."but tough people, do.don mokler:"if anybody has a home out there
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they can sell me, i'm here." ( sara ) the camp fire, which devastated paradise, burned more than 153-thousand acres and killed 85 people before being contained exactly two weeks ago. ( sara ) the victims of the 'camp fire' are getting a little extra help from breweries around the world. santa clara county firefighters are coming together again .. this time joining forces with rock bottom brewery ... to help the fire victims.. the sierra nevada brewing company put out a call to all the brewerie, asking them to brew a new i-p-a it created.. and then donate the proceeds to camp fire victims - and the response has been better than anticipated.
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we've seen here."they invited us. we were there fighting the camp fire, so they invited us to come and assist the brew master and brew the beer.">( sara ) the new beer is called 'resilience' - something that camp fire victims have demonstrated through the devastation (sara) coming up on kron 4 morning news...a warning for parents. why simply going to the dentist could put your chidlren at risk of opiod addiction. ♪ introducing fresh step clean paws, with low-tracking litter, your vacuum becomes a cat toy. let's make litter less of a mess.
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opioids and wisdom teeth 120418 6 pkgsoti think it's alarming stanford researcher dr. alan schroeder is speaking of the result of his new study which found an increased chance of addiction and abuse for teenage and young adult dental patients perscribed opioids.sot dr. alan schroeder/stanford university school of medicine :12we found that 7% of the patients go on to continue to use opiod perscriptions and 6% were given a diagnosis relating to abuse.dr. schroeder says the study looked at 15-thousand 16 to 25 year old dental patients who were prescribed opiods in 2015. while the percentages may seem relatively low, the study's author says it's definitey a red flagsot in the context of how commonly wisdom teeth are extracted having 6-7% of the patients get opiods that translates to a lot who are having problems in this countryschroeder says dental professionals should take a hard look at the study before prescribing pain medicationsot trying tylenol or ibuprofin first and if pain is inmanageable then maybe a few doses of an opiod but 20 were given on average in our study and that's too many. standup dan kerman/stanford
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1:20reserachers also say pulling wisdom teeth is like taking out tonsils, you just do it, but they say more research should be done to see if those extractions are warranted. at stanford, dan kerman kron 4 news. (sara) still ahead on kron 4 morning news...its not too late to get out and catch the golden girls live! the cast shares what you can expect show. (sara) and here's a live look outside... san francisco international airport. moving? that's harder now because of psoriatic arthritis.
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you've done this show, talk about why you continue to put it on?-what has the response been so far about the show? -talk about the work that goes into this production? when do you start planning? rehearsing? costumes?-talk a little bit about why its important to put on productions like this for the community.-when can people catch the show? where? you'll find all of this information on our website....kron 4 dot com... we'll be right back.>-what are ticket prices, where can people go for more information?
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didn't do well when separated they say the animals ate every meal together and slept side-by-sidebut now, the adorable now have a forever home with a celebrity caretaker "walking dead" actor jeffrey dean morgan adopted the animals to keep them from being separatedjack and diane now living together on morgan's farm in new york and because you can never get enough of adorable farm animals ...check out these horses that were caught on camera horsing around during a tv station's live shota north carolina news crew was preparing to do a live report outside an elementary school in durham...when three horses that appeared to have goten loose, randomly showed upit's unclear how long they had been on their own ...but someone was able to safely lure the horses away using some food ... before the tv crews mane event. get it? ....ah, forget it.for talat - i'm jeremy roth> ( dave )( dave ) jeremy roth>for talat - i'm here is a live look at the embarcadero.
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( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)chilly morning temperatures along with areas of locally dense fog over some inland valleys can be
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expected this morning. increasing clouds today ahead of an approaching weak cold front will result in cooler high temperatures today. this weak front will bring the possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area northward, tonight into monday. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall to the area midweek while the potential of additional, wetter systems are possible beginning next weekend. (sara) happening now... multiple
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lanes are closed going northbound towards highway 101... after a car crashed into a power line pole. that person is now behind bars. kron 4s sanaz tahernia joins us now live with the details. multiple lanes of northbound u.s. highway 101 in rohnert park are currently closed due to low-hanging power lines
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following a solo-vehicle crash into a power pole, according to the california highway patrol. the chp said the collision happened just after 11:45 p.m. on the freeway just north of the rohnert park expressway. one person was arrested and transported to the hospital, but was not seriously injured, the chp said. no further information on the arrest was provided. as of 3:40 a.m., the no. 3 and 4 lanes are closed, but the no. 1 and 2 lanes are open to traffic, according to the chp. pg&e officials said crews arrived at the scene around 12:45 a.m. and made the scene "safe", but won't be able to clear the lines from the freeway until later today. there is no estimated time of when the repairs will be made, but pg&e officials said there are no power outages in the area. ( sara ) thanks sanaz.
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( sara ) the family of a man who was shot and killed by hayward police is demanding answers. police say they were told 29 year old agustin (augustine) gonsalez had a knife in his hand ... 13 shots were fired -- they later learned the man was holding a razor blade. kron4's michelle kingston spoke to the victim's family who want to know why their loved one was killed and if there was another way this incident could've been handled. (mk)karla gonsalez, victim's mother"my son was 29 years old. he has two beautiful kids that are 10 and 8. he adored them. he was a hard worker. he was goofy. he always knew how to make people laugh."agustin gonsalez's family is wondering how they will get through his daughter's ninth birthday party ... and christmas ... without him.karla gonsalez, victim's mother"he knew how to
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brighten our room with a smile."last month -- police were called to oneill avenue ... where they say a man reported gonsalez was acting erratically with a knife outside his ex-girlfriend's home.three officers arrived and say gonsalez ignored their commands to drop his weapon. they fired their guns 13 times -- and then realized gonsalez was not holding a knife, but a razor blade.michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"29 year old agustin gonsalez was pronounced dead at a hospital hours after the incident."ben nisenbaum, attorney"it's hard to conceive any situation that three well trained police officers who have all gone through the police academy couldn't handle a man with a razor blade."gonsalez's family has hired ben nisenbaum as their attorney ... and plan to file a civil lawsuit against hayward police.frank canto, victim's uncle"there's so many other ways to handle this situation. they decided to use their gun instead and here we are. we just want a little justice for augie."agustin gonsalez, victim's father"we are just trying to get answers and wondering why it wasn't handled differently. we just feel that it could've been
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handled ... he was crying for help and why did it have to happen this way?"the hayward police department is conducting an internal investigation due to the use of force.we reached otu to police for comment -- but have not heard back.in hayward michelle kingston kron 4 news ( sara )( sara ) the san francisco forty niners are mourning the loss of one of their own. tony york died at the age of 35. he was the son of the team's owners and brother of ceo jed york. the family released a statement saturday but no cause of death was given. david ephrahimi owns david's restaurant across the street from levi's stadium. its
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the place where the niners apparently held many banquets and where the york family frequently visited. the eprahimi's say they never met tony but always saw his siblings and parents.
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morning...cal-train's new policy will soon determine if you will have to pay more for its services. the company's board of directors approved a fare policy that centers on things like financial sustainability and customer experience. fares will be determined based on a 65 percent or higher rate of recovery toward operating expenses. the policy also encourages the company to take part in programs that help subsidize low-income riders. there's no increase expected in the immediate future. ( sara ) in health news this morning...you may want to avoid eating raw cookie dough while you're whipping up your desserts for christmas the cdc is using this holiday season to remind all bakers that eating or tasting unbaked products can make you sick. flour and raw eggs especially can contain bacteria and salmonella.. so as much as you may want to sneak a taste...it's better for your health to wait until the treats are fully cooked.
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the c-d-c has a full list of safe food handling practices on its website. ( dave )
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( sara ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. ( sara ) toss to weather. (dave)chilly morning temperatures along with areas of locally dense fog over
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some inland valleys can be expected this morning. increasing clouds today ahead of an approaching weak cold front will result in cooler high temperatures today. this weak front will bring the possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area northward, tonight into monday. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall to the area midweek while the potential of additional, wetter systems are possible beginning next weekend. ( sara ) this morning we are hearing from business owners
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following the arrest of a man police say is connected to at least 30 is connected man police say arrest of a following the owners from business are hearing morning we this ( sara )( sara ) ( sara ) this morning we are hearing from business owners following the arrest of a man police say is connected to at least 30 vandalism cases in san rafel. kron 4's philippe djegal spoke with authorities about how they were able to track down the man. (philippe) from big corporations like fedex...
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to local businesses in san rafael like floortex design... broken windows remain boarded up. allegedly habitually smashed out by the same man over a span of several months -- dating back to august.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "a lot of the initial surveillance video in the early months was of poor quality, or the suspect was too far away from the camera to make an identification." but sergeant justin graham says surveillance video from recent vandalism cases, helped narrow down a suspect to 47- year-old miguel angel parra of san rafael. he's believed to be the man in this video, seen early tuesday morning, riding on a bike passed floortex, and throwing a rock through the windowsgt. justin graham/srpd- "that was then
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forwarded to our foot beat downtown officers who were able to locate mr. parra, uh, detained him, and arrested him on two outstanding unrelated warrants by this week... the police department was investigating 30 similar vandalism cases... where the suspect had thrown a rock through the businesses window. and, after his arrest, parra admitted to investigators... that he was involved with at least 12 of those incidents.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "don't have any idea of what the motive was at this point." marin beverage outlet was also victimized this week. the owner says the window repair exceeded 13-hundred dollars. a floortex manager says their repairs will likely hit five thousand dollars. both leaders grateful the san rafael police department got their man.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "he's the only suspect at this point. we are looking into the other cases to see if there are maybe other suspects. obviously, he only admitted to 12 of them." so, he's facing 12 of vandalism. parra is due in court monday. and, at some point, it's marin county district attorney's office could ask he undergo a mental health evaluation. in san rafael, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( sara )new this morning... leaders in alameda county are transforming two warming centers into winter shelters for people living on the streets. its part of a 10 point 5 million dollar plan-- approved by the board of supervisors-- addressing the needs of the homeless.. the money will go to areas
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that have seen a rise in the number of people living in the area without a home.. a mobile hygiene bus with showers, restrooms, and other services will also be provided by the unincorporated county homlessness action plan. last month, leaders approved $340 million dollars in spending to address homelessness through 20-21. ( sara ) police in l-a believe a hate group is responsible for leaving graffiti and drawing images of swastikas on a beloved community mural. it was created 18 years ago in the crenshaw district and has never been damaged before. people discussed the incident with city leaders and law enforcement at a community meeting friday. some believe vandalism was carried out by a hate group, emboldened by the current political climate. the lead detective on the case says he has some evidence, but that they're also looking for witnesses to help them solve the crime.
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people who walked by. we have to self protect. this is serious, they have actually come down to our community and challenged us.>( sara ) the artist who created that section of the mural said the vandalism did not last long -- people were out cleaning up the graffiti within hours. ( sara ) still ahead on kron 4 morning news...we'll catch up with the 49ers as they get ready to take on the broncos. (ácommercialá) man: juggling all the things we do is a challenge. woman: but hey, it's a fun challenge. man 2: and our tempur-pedic helps us make it all work. woman 2: it gives us the best night's sleep ever. woman 3: i recommend my tempur-pedic to everybody. the most highly recommended bed in america just got better. now more rejuvenating, more pressure-relieving than ever before. just in time for the holiday season,
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heisman trophy goes to kyler murray the oakland a's prospect. murray is oklahoma's star quarterback who is the first q-b to average 300 yards passing a game and 60 yards running a
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game. he had more than 4- thousand yards on the season to go along with 40 td's. he has said all along that he is going to play baseball next year. he signed a huge deal with the a's for four point six million dollars but could this change things? it certainly will be interesting to see. murray is 5 foot 10 and a half and weighs 190 pounds so he is smaller but nfl scouts say if he did go to the nfl he could be drafted in the first round. also some saying he could play both sports. a to be continued here but congrats to kyler murray on winning the heisman. san jose sharks wrapping up a short 2-game road trip in arizona saturday...we go to the action.... ---here we
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see marc-edouard vlasic.... looking game ready.... ---we go to the 1st period.....sharks up 1- 0.....tomas hertl to timo meier.....meier to logan couture....couture shoots and scores....through the legs of the goalie sharks extend their lead to 2-0..... ---3rd period now....sharks still up 3-2....brad richardson.richardson shoots....it's in for the game tying goal... ---tied 3 all with roughly 6 minutes to go... lukas radil would end up with the puck....radil circles the goal....he shoots it in!!....his first nhl goal is a game winner for the sharks.... ---sharks go on to win 5-3.....and wrap up their 2-game road trip on a high note.... it's a iconic college football match up saturday that happens every year. army versus navy. 119th time this has happened. and here they come. the president flipped the coin for this one. army ranked 25th in the country. ---1st quarter.....kelvin hopkins jr. takes it in himself for the 10 yard touchdown...army up 7-0 early in the game.... ---4th quarter.....garret
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lewis at the 1 yard line for navy....falls in for the touchdown....but navy still trails army....10-7.... ---3 minutes left in the 4th....navy goes for it on 4th and 12.....kenneth brinson strips the ball away from zach abey....army recovers.... ---that would lead to a touchdown at the 1 yard line by kelvin hopkins jr.... extending army's lead 17-7.... ---army defeats navy....17-10.... if you plan on being out and about sunday beware of traffic. two nfl games happening here in the bay area. the raiders in oakland and the 49ers down in santa clara. we start with the 49ers. the red and gold will be going up against a denver broncos team that is 6 and 6 on the season. they still have a shot at making the playoffs are a game out of a wild card spot. this is the first time the broncos have played a regular season game at levi's stadium since they won super bowl 50 in santa clara. san francisco was officially knocked out of the playoffs last week. they are playing for pride at this point. maybe spoiler as well. kickoff set for 1:05 sunday afternoon. the oakland raiders have a very tough task sunday as they host the afc north conference leading pittsburgh steelers. just like the 49ers the raiders are also playing for pride. they are double digit underdogs in sunday's game but here is a glimmer of something we always look for...especially this season. quarterback ben rothlisberger has not beat the raiders in oakland in the three games that he has so there ya go. kickoff for this game set for 1:25 sunday afternoon. ( sara ) as we head to break...here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (ácommercialá) lowe's knows you're a craftsman guy. you have a lot of tools.
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bay bridge. ( sara ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)chilly morning temperatures along with areas of locally dense fog over some inland valleys can be expected this morning. increasing clouds today ahead of an approaching weak cold front will result in cooler high temperatures today. this weak front will bring the possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area northward, tonight into monday. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall to the area midweek while the potential of additional, wetter systems are possible beginning next weekend.
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( sara ) we're learning more about the surfer who died after rescuers pulled him from the water at san francisco's ocean beach. crews rushed the man to the hospital where we was pronounced dead friday afternoon. kron4's dan thorn has reaction from the surf community about this
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tragic death. much calmer water for people looking to catch some waves saturday. ocean beach surfers say the day before was much rougher..sot: it was one of the first big winter swells of the season so waves were big damon caughell (call) and his buddy clayton roth say they come to this beach often.the news of someone dying after being pulled out of the waves friday is not something they ever want to hear about a fellow surfer sot: oh it's awful, its awful our prayers go out to the family that is dealing with this situation it's not something you ever want to hear about. the national weather service issued a beach hazard--warning people about the water at the beach. officials say the waves swelled to 10 feet on thursday and friday. forecasters are expecting the milder weekend to continue. local surfers say these unfortunate incidences show why safety in the water is paramount. sot: try to remember to be safe im here with a buddy, use the buddy system look out for eachother and if you every feel like you're in an uncomfortable position best to just get out
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of the water. ( sara ) that was dan thorn reporting. emergency crews say they had to rescue at least 3 surfers over a 24 hour span. ( sara )new this morning.... police in san jose believe a driver was making an illegal u-turn moments before a deadly crash. it happened saturday morning on south jackson avenue. police say the driver of a honda accord made a u-turn to head north when it was hit by a chevy trailblazer. both drivers and three passengers in the honda were taken to a hospital. one of the passengers later died at the hospital. ( sara ) this week, survivors of the deadly camp fire returned to their properties in paradise. reporter stephanie lin was with one homeowner who's trying to navigate how to move forward. don mokler:"i've seen fires before, but i've never seen any fire as total as this."don mokler returns to the ruins of
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his paradise home.don mokler: "and there was another bedroom right here. oh i know what this is. it was a metal desk." the fourth visit for the man who lived here for 20 years...the land now incinerated to ash and rubble. don mokler:"gone. everything is gone. and you can tell from looking at this. i can't even pick a penny out of this that isn't scorched and melted."now left with little else than a truck and his beloved dog, oreo.stephanie lin:"don doesn't plan to rebuild his home here but he does plan to move on with his life. after cleaning up what's left of his property, he plans to move elsewhere."don mokler:"what i'd really like is to have peace of mind that people know that this isn't over with. we're still out here with no home, no place to go."like thousands of others now homeless, don's path to a new home is paved with difficulty. don mokler:"we found one home we wanted to buy, we wanted to go into the process of purchasing it and somebody came along just minutes before us and offered 20-thousand dollars over the asking price." but as the saying goes, tough times never last.don mokler: "stay stng. hang in there, it's gotta get better, sure
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can't get any worse."but tough people, do.don mokler:"if anybody has a home out there they can sell me, i'm here." ( sara ) ( sara ) ( sara ) the camp fire, which devastated paradise, burned more than 153-thousand acres and killed 85 people before being contained exactly two weeks ago. ( sara ) the victims of the 'camp fire' are getting a little extra help from breweries around the world. santa clara county firefighters are coming together again .. this time joining forces with rock bottom brewery ... to help the fire victims.. the sierra nevada brewing company put out a call to all the
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brewerie, asking them to brew a new i-p-a it created.. and then donate the proceeds to camp fire victims - and the response has been better than anticipated.
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teeth pulled it's pretty common to be prescribed a bottle of opioids for the pain. but new research from stanford university says, giving these drugs to teenagers and young adults can increase their risk of becoming addicted. kron 4's dan kerman reports. opioids and wisdom teeth 120418 6 pkgsoti think it's alarming stanford researcher dr. alan schroeder is speaking of the result of his new study which found an increased chance of addiction and abuse for teenage and young adult dental patients perscribed opioids.sot dr. alan schroeder/stanford university school of medicine :12we found that 7% of the patients go on to continue to use opiod perscriptions and 6% were given a diagnosis relating to abuse.dr. schroeder says the study looked at 15-thousand 16 to 25 year old dental patients who were prescribed opiods in 2015. while the percentages may seem relatively low, the study's author says it's definitey a red flagsot in the context of how commonly wisdom
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teeth are extracted having 6-7% of the patients get opiods that translates to a lot who are having problems in this countryschroeder says dental professionals should take a hard look at the study before prescribing pain medicationsot trying tylenol or ibuprofin first and if pain is inmanageable then maybe a few doses of an opiod but 20 were given on average in our study and that's too many. standup dan kerman/stanford 1:20reserachers also say pulling wisdom teeth is like taking out tonsils, you just do it, but they say more research should be done to see if those extractions are warranted. at stanford, dan kerman kron 4 news. (sara) morning news...its not too late to get out and catch the golden girls live! the
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joining me now with everything you need to know! good morning!-talk about the show and what people can expect to see-this is not the first year you've done this show, talk about why you continue to put it on?-what has the response been so far about the show? -talk about the work that goes into this production? when do you start planning? rehearsing? costumes?-talk a little bit about why its important to put on productions like this for the community.-when can people catch the show? where? you'll find all of this information on our website....kron 4 dot com... we'll be right back.>-what are ticket prices, where can people go for more information?
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unlikely pair of best friends they were found together at a seemingly abandoned north carolina farmcarolina waterfowl rescue , a non- profit bird sanctuary, took them instaffers say the pair were strongly bonded, and didn't do well when separated they say the animals ate every meal together and slept side-by-sidebut now, the adorable now have a forever home with a celebrity caretaker "walking dead" actor jeffrey dean morgan adopted the animals to keep them from being separatedjack and diane now living together on morgan's farm in new york and because you can never get enough of adorable farm animals ...check out these horses that were caught on camera horsing around during a tv station's live shota north carolina news crew was preparing to do a live report outside an elementary school in durham...when three horses that appeared to have goten loose, randomly showed upit's unclear how long they had been on their own ...but someone was able to safely lure the horses away using some food ... before the tv crews mane event. get it? ....ah, forget it.for talat - i'm jeremy roth> ( sara )
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( sara )new this morning... the santa cruz animal shelter is offering a deal to families lookiing to rescue an animal this holiday season. you can adopt a dog, cat, or even a rabbit at half-price through december. the fee includes having your pet spayed or neutered, a micro-chip, and a pet wellness exam. ( dave ) ♪ introducing fresh step clean paws, with low-tracking litter, your vacuum becomes a cat toy. let's make litter less of a mess.
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the embarcadero.embarcadero. look at the embarcadero. ( sara ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)chilly morning temperatures along with areas of locally dense fog over some inland valleys can be expected this morning. increasing clouds today ahead of an approaching weak cold front will result in cooler high temperatures today. this weak front will bring the possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area northward, tonight into monday. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall to the area midweek while the potential of additional, wetter systems are possible beginning next weekend.
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(sara) (sara)happening now... multiple lanes are closed going northbound towards highway 101... after a car crashed into a power line pole.
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that person is now behind bars. kron 4s sanaz tahernia joins us now live with the details. multiple lanes of multiple lanes of northbound u.s. highway 101 in rohnert park are currently closed due to low-hanging power lines following a solo-vehicle crash into a power pole, according to the california highway patrol. the chp said the collision happened just after 11:45 p.m. on the freeway just north of the rohnert park expressway. one person was arrested and transported to the hospital, but was not seriously injured, the chp said. no further information on the arrest was provided. as of 3:40 a.m., the no. 3 and 4 lanes are closed, but
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the no. 1 and 2 lanes are open to traffic, according to the chp. pg&e officials said crews arrived at the scene around 12:45 a.m. and made the scene "safe", but won't be able to clear the lines from the freeway until later today. there is no estimated time of when the repairs will be made, but pg&e officials said there are no power outages in the area. ( sara ) thanks sanaz. thanks sanaz. ( sara ) ( sara ) the family of a man who
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the family ( sara ) ( sara ) the family of a man who was shot and killed by hayward police is demanding answers. police say they were told 29 year old agustin (augustine) gonsalez had a knife in his hand ... 13 shots were fired -- they later learned the man was holding a razor blade. kron4's michelle kingston spoke to the victim's family and has the story. (mk)karla gonsalez, victim's mother"my son was 29 years old. he has two beautiful kids that are 10 and 8. he adored them. he was a hard worker. he was goofy. he always knew how to make people laugh."agustin gonsalez's family is wondering
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how they will get through his daughter's ninth birthday party ... and christmas ... without him.karla gonsalez, victim's mother"he knew how to brighten our room with a smile."last month -- police were called to oneill avenue ... where they say a man reported gonsalez was acting erratically with a knife outside his ex-girlfriend's home.three officers arrived and say gonsalez ignored their commands to drop his weapon. they fired their guns 13 times -- and then realized gonsalez was not holding a knife, but a razor blade.michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"29 year old agustin gonsalez was pronounced dead at a hospital hours after the incident."ben nisenbaum, attorney"it's hard to conceive any situation that three well trained police officers who have all gone through the police academy
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couldn't handle a man with a razor blade."gonsalez's family has hired ben nisenbaum as their attorney ... and plan to file a civil lawsuit against hayward police.frank canto, victim's uncle"there's so many other ways to handle this situation. they decided to use their gun instead and here we are. we just want a little justice for augie."agustin gonsalez, victim's father"we are just trying to get answers and wondering why it wasn't handled differently. we just feel that it could've been handled ... he was crying for help and why did it have to happen this way?"the hayward police department is conducting an internal investigation due to the use of force.we reached otu to police for comment -- but have not heard back.in hayward michelle kingston kron 4 news ( sara ) the san francisco forty niners are mourning the loss of one of their own. tony york died at the age of 35. he was the son of the team's owners and brother of ceo jed york. the family released a statement saturday
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but no cause of death was given. david ephrahimi owns david's restaurant across the street from levi's stadium. its the place where the niners apparently held many banquets and where the york family frequently visited. the eprahimi's say they never met tony but always saw his siblings and parents.
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morning...cal-train's new policy will soon determine if you will have to pay more for its services. the company's board of directors approved a fare policy that centers on things like financial sustainability and customer experience. fares will be determined based on a 65 percent or higher rate of recovery toward operating expenses. the policy also encourages the company to take part in programs that help subsidize low-income riders. there's no increase expected in the immediate future. ( sara ) in health news this morning...you may want to avoid eating raw cookie dough while you're whipping up your desserts for christmas the cdc is using this holiday season to remind all bakers that eating or tasting unbaked products can make you sick. flour and raw eggs especially can contain bacteria and
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salmonella.. so as much as you may want to sneak a taste...it's better for your health to wait until the treats are fully cooked. the c-d-c has a full list of safe food handling practices on its website. ( dave ) (ácommercialá)
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youand the holiday spiritoss just hits you... yes! or when you get the best deal... on a treat for your best friend? or when you score a magical gift... at an unbelievable price?
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yes! that's yes for less. ross has you and your list covered with gifts you'll love to give. and it feels even better when you find them for less-at ross. yes for less. here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. ( sara ) toss to weather. (dave)chilly morning temperatures along with areas of locally dense fog over some inland valleys can be expected this morning. increasing clouds today ahead
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of an approaching weak cold front will result in cooler high temperatures today. this weak front will bring the possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area northward, tonight into monday. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall to the area midweek while the potential of additional, wetter systems are possible beginning next weekend.
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( sara ) this morning we are hearing from business owners following the arrest of a man police say is connected to at least 30 vandalism cases in san rafel. kron 4's
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philippe djegal spoke with authorities about how they were able to track down the man. (philippe) from big corporations like fedex... to local businesses in san rafael like floortex design... broken windows remain boarded up. allegedly habitually smashed out by the same man over a span of several months -- dating back to august.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "a lot of the initial surveillance video in the early months was of poor quality, or the suspect was too far away from the camera to make an identification." but sergeant justin graham says surveillance video from recent vandalism cases, helped narrow down a suspect to 47- year-old miguel angel parra of san rafael. he's believed to be the man in this video, seen early tuesday morning, riding on a bike passed floortex, and throwing a rock through the windowsgt. justin graham/srpd- "that was then forwarded to our foot beat downtown officers who were able to locate mr. parra, uh, detained him, and arrested him on two outstanding unrelated warrants by this week... the police department was investigating 30 similar vandalism cases... where the suspect had thrown a rock through the businesses window. and, after his arrest, parra admitted to investigators... that he was involved with at least 12 of those incidents.sgt. justin
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graham/srpd- "don't have any idea of what the motive was at this point." marin beverage outlet was also victimized this week. the owner says the window repair exceeded 13-hundred dollars. a floortex manager says their repairs will likely hit five thousand dollars. both leaders grateful the san rafael police department got their man.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "he's the only suspect at this point. we are looking into the other cases to see if there are maybe other suspects. obviously, he only admitted to 12 of them." so, he's facing 12 felony counts of vandalism. parra is due in court monday. and, at some point, it's possible the marin county district attorney's office could ask he undergo a mental health evaluation. in san rafael, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( sara )( sara )( sara ) ( sara )new this morning... leaders in alameda county are transforming two warming centers into winter shelters
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for people living on the streets. its part of a 10 point 5 million dollar plan-- approved by the board of supervisors-- addressing the needs of the homeless.. the money will go to areas that have seen a rise in the number of people living in the area without a home.. a mobile hygiene bus with showers, restrooms, and other services will also be provided by the unincorporated county homlessness action plan. last month, leaders approved $340 million dollars in spending to address homelessness through 20-21. ( sara ) police in l-a believe a hate group is responsible for leaving graffiti and drawing images of swastikas on a beloved community mural. it was created 18 years ago in the crenshaw district and has never been damaged before. people discussed the incident with city leaders and law enforcement at a community meeting friday. some believe vandalism was carried out by a hate group, emboldened by the current political climate. the lead detective on the case says he has some evidence, but
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that they're also looking for witnesses to help them solve the crime. ( sara ) the artist ( sara )( sara ) the artist who created that section of the mural said the vandalism did not last long -- people were out cleaning up the graffiti within hours. ( sara ) still ahead on kron 4 morning news...we'll catch up with the 49ers as they get ready to take on the broncos. (sara) and here's a live look outside... richmond bridge (ácommercialá) sfx: tinny headphone music
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murray on winning the heisman. san jose sharks wrapping up a short 2-game road trip in arizona saturday...we go to the action.... ---here we see marc-edouard vlasic.... looking game ready.... ---we go to the 1st period.....sharks up 1- 0.....tomas hertl to timo meier.....meier to logan couture....couture shoots and scores....through the legs of the goalie sharks extend their lead to 2-0..... ---3rd period now....sharks still up 3-2....brad richardson.richardson shoots....it's in for the game tying goal... ---tied 3 all with roughly 6 minutes to go... lukas radil would end up with the puck....radil circles the goal....he shoots it in!!....his first nhl goal is a game winner for the sharks.... ---sharks go on to win 5-3.....and wrap up their 2-game road trip on a high note.... it's a iconic college football match up saturday that happens every year. army versus navy. 119th time this has happened. and here they come. the president flipped the coin for this one. army ranked 25th in the country. ---1st quarter.....kelvin hopkins jr. takes it in himself for the 10 yard touchdown...army up 7-0 early in the game.... ---4th quarter.....garret lewis at the 1 yard line for navy....falls in for the touchdown....but navy still trails ---3 minutes left in the 4th....navy goes for it on 4th and 12.....kenneth the
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ball away from zach abey....army recovers.... ---that would lead to a touchdown at the 1 yard line by kelvin hopkins jr.... extending army's lead 17-7.... ---army defeats navy....17-10.... if you plan on being out and about sunday beware of traffic. two nfl games happening here in the bay area. the raiders in oakland and the 49ers down in santa clara. we start with the 49ers. the red and gold will be going up against a denver broncos team that is 6 and 6 on the season. they still have a shot at making the playoffs are a game out of a wild card spot. this is the first time the broncos have played a regular season game at levi's stadium since they won super bowl 50 in santa clara. san francisco was officially knocked out of the playoffs last week. they are playing for pride at this point. maybe spoiler as well. kickoff set for 1:05 sunday afternoon. the oakland raiders have a very tough task sunday as they host the afc north conference leading pittsburgh steelers. just like the 49ers the raiders are also playing for pride. they are double digit underdogs in sunday's game but here is a glimmer of hope. something we always look for...especially this season. quarterback ben rothlisberger has not beat the raiders in oakland in the three games that he has played there. so there ya go. kickoff for this game set for 1:25 sunday afternoon. ( sara ) as we head as we head to as we head ( sara ) as we head to break...here's a live look outside... golden
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look at the embarcadero camera. ( sara ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)chilly morning temperatures along with areas of locally dense fog over some inland valleys can be expected this morning. increasing clouds today ahead of an approaching weak cold front will result in cooler high temperatures today. this weak front will bring the possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area northward, tonight into monday. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall to the area midweek while the potential of additional,
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wetter systems are possible beginning next weekend. ( sara ) we're learning more about
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the surfer who died after rescuers pulled him from the water at san francisco's ocean beach. crews rushed the man to the hospital where we was pronounced dead friday afternoon. kron4's dan thorn has reaction from the surf community about this tragic death. much calmer water for people looking to catch some waves saturday. ocean beach surfers say the day before was much rougher..sot: it was one of the first big winter swells of the season so waves were big damon caughell (call) and his buddy clayton roth say they come to this beach often.the news of someone dying after being pulled out of the waves friday is not something they ever want to hear about a fellow surfer sot: oh it's awful, its awful our prayers go out to the family that is dealing with this situation it's not something you ever want to hear about. the national weather service issued a beach hazard--warning people about the water at the beach. officials say the waves swelled to 10 feet on thursday and friday. forecasters are expecting the milder weekend to continue. local surfers say
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these unfortunate incidences show why safety in the water is paramount. sot: try to remember to be safe im here with a buddy, use the buddy system look out for eachother and if you every feel like you're in an uncomfortable position best to just get out of the water. ( sara ) that was dan thorn reporting. emergency crews say they had to rescue at least 3 surfers over a 24 hour span. ( sara )new this morning.... police in san jose believe a driver was making an illegal u-turn moments before a deadly crash. it happened saturday morng on south jackson avenue. police say the driver of a honda accord made a u-turn to head north when it was hit by a chevy trailblazer. both drivers and three passengers in the honda were taken to a hospital. one of the passengers later died at the hospital. ( sara ) this week, survivors of the deadly camp fire returned to their properties in paradise.
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reporter stephanie lin was with one homeowner who's trying to navigate how to move don mokler:"i've seen fires before, but i've never seen any fire as total as this."don mokler returns to the ruins of his paradise home.don mokler: "and there was another bedroom right here. oh i know what this is. it was a metal desk." the fourth visit for the man who lived here for 20 years...the land now incinerated to ash and rubble. don mokler:"gone. everything is gone. and you can tell from looking at this. i can't even pick a penny out of this that isn't scorched and melted."now left with little else than a truck and his beloved dog, oreo.stephanie lin:"don doesn't plan to rebuild his home here but he does plan to move on with his life. after cleaning up what's left of his property, he plans to move elsewhere."don mokler:"what i'd really like is to have peace of mind that people know that this isn't over with. we're still out here with no
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home, no place to go."like thousands of others now like thousands place to go."like thousands of others now homeless, don's path to a new home is paved with difficulty. don mokler:"we found one home we wanted to buy, we wanted to go into the process of purchasing it and somebody came along just minutes before us and offered 20-thousand dollars over the asking price." but as the saying goes, tough times never last.don mokler: "stay strong. hang in there, it's gotta get better, sure can't get any worse."but tough people, do.don mokler:"if anybody has a home out there they can sell me, i'm here." ( sara ) the camp fire, which devastated paradise, burned more than 153-thousand acres and killed 85 people before being contained exactly two weeks ago. ( sara ) the victims of the 'camp fire' are getting a
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little extra help from breweries around the world. santa clara county firefighters are coming together again .. this time joining forces with rock bottom brewery ... to help the fire victims.. the sierra nevada brewing company put out a call to all the brewerie, asking them to brew a new i-p-a it created.. and then donate the proceeds to camp fire victims - and the response has been better than anticipated. ( sara ) the new beer is called 'resilience' - something that camp fire victims have demonstrated through the devastation (sara) coming up on kron 4 morning news...a warning for parents. why simply going to the dentist could put your chidlren at risk of opiod addiction. (ácommercialá) when getting your wisdom
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teeth pulled it come to be prescribed a bottle of opioids for the pain. but new research from stanford university says, giving these drugs to teenagers and young adults can increase their risk of becoming addicted. kron 4's dan kerman reports. opioids and wisdom teeth 120418 6 pkgsoti think it's alarming stanford researcher dr. alan schroeder is speaking of the result of his new study which found an increased chance of addiction and abuse for teenage and young adult dental patients perscribed opioids.sot dr. alan schroeder/stanford university school of medicine :12we found that 7% of the patients go on to continue to use opiod perscriptions and 6% were given a diagnosis relating to abuse.dr. schroeder says the study looked at 15-thousand 16 to 25 year old dental patients who were prescribed opiods in 2015. while the percentages may seem relatively low, the study's author says it's
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definitey a red flagsot in the context of how commonly wisdom teeth are extracted having 6-7% of the patients get opiods that translates to a lot who are having problems in this countryschroeder says dental professionals should take a hard look at the study before prescribing pain medicationsot trying tylenol or ibuprofin first and if pain is inmanageable then maybe a few doses of an opiod but 20 were given on average in our study and that's too many. standup dan kerman/stanford 1:20reserachers also say pulling wisdom teeth is like taking out tonsils, you just do it, but they say more research should be done to see if those extractions are warranted. at stanford, dan kerman kron 4 news. (sara)(sara) (sara) still ahead on kron
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4 morning news...its not too late to get out and catch the golden girls live! the cast shares what you can expect during the show.
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< there's still time for you to get out and enjoy the "golden girls live!" blanche, rose, dorothy, and sophia from the show are joining me now with everything you need to know! good morning!-talk about the show and what people can expect to see-this is not the first year you've done this show, talk about why you continue to put it on?-what has the response been so far about the show? -talk about the work that goes into this production? when do you start planning? rehearsing? costumes?-talk a little bit about why its important to put on productions like this for the community.-when can people catch the show? where? you'll find all of this information on our website....kron 4 dot com... we'll be right back.>-wt are ticket prices, where can people go for more information? (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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( sara ) a pair of abandoned farm animals found comfort in one another ...in one another found comfort farm animals abandoned a pair of ( sara ) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) ny headphone music
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sfx: feet shuffling life can change in an instant. be covered when it does... ...with a health plan through covered california. we offer free expert help choosing the best plan for you. and all of our plans include free preventive care. financial help is available, so check for yourself to see what savings you qualify for. for health insurance starting january 1st, enroll by december 15th. because you never know when life... ...will change. get covered today.
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youand the holiday spiritoss just hits you... yes! or when you get the best deal... on a treat for your best friend? or when you score a magical gift... at an unbelievable price? yes! that's yes for less. ross has you and your list covered with gifts you'll love to give. and it feels even better when you find them for less-at ross. yes for less. ( sara )new this morning...
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the santa cruz animal shelter is offering a deal to families lookiing to rescue an animal this holiday season. you can adopt a dog, cat, or even a rabbit at half-price through december. the fee includes having your pet spayed or neutered, a micro-chip, and a pet wellness exam. ( sara ) a woman took a very special trip to make sure her dog experienced some fun in the winter weather. carol fent and her dog traveled from jacksonville to north carolina just to play in the snow. even though there was just a little bit of flurries as pictured here - you can see just how happy the dog is to see the snow! and carol says it was pretty exciting for her as well. ( sara ) she may have had to track down
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more snow as parts of the state saw up to 8 inches. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend thats kron 4 thats kron 4 thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm saturday for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4 news at eight. (ácommercialá)
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[music] >> joel osteen: well, god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes, and if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you, we'll make you feel right at home. but i like to start with something funny, and i heard about this elderly couple. they were having a terrible time with their memory. they went to the doctor, and he instructed them to start writing down everything they had been forgetting. the next night, they were watching television. the wife said, "i sure would like a bof

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