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(ken) police in san jose are investigating a deadly officer involved shooting. they say it happened around 2:30 this morning near leigh and fruitdale avenues a few blocks from san jose city college. good evening i'm ken wayne.(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. kron4's dan thorn is live in san jose tonight with more on what went down. dan? there are tire marks on the ground and the fence is smashed in where police shot and killed this suspect this morning..we're hearing from witnesses tonight and the police as to what lead up to this deadly shooting...
nats..flashing police lights, sirens and gun shots ringing out early christmas morning.. nats..san jose police shooting and killing a woman they say tried to strike them with her vehicle..sot: it sounded like deep firecrackers and it was just horrifying...dyanne ramirez who lives nearby witnessed the shooting with her boyfriend...he began capturing it on his cell phone thinking it was just a minor crash ...sot: pretty much like a bumper to bumper..it did not turn out that way..police say this all started with a chase.. around 2 am they were responding to a shooting in another part of san jose..two victims were found with gun shot wounds in the area of story road and clemence ave. the suspects vehicle was spotted leaving the scene and a pursuit ensued through the
streets and the freeway..the woman then slammed into this chain linked fence on the corner of leigh avenue and fruitdale ave..nats...once she was surrounded police then say she drove at the officers and rammed a police cruiser... that's when four officers opened fire..nats..sot: i thought it was blanks i didn't think they were going to kill someone..the passenger-- another woman--was struck by police gunfire--she was later taken to a local hospital.. (dan)that woman was later taken to the santa clara county jail for an outstanding arrest warrant.the officers involved will be placed on administrative leave. reporting in san jose dan thorn kron4 news. (vicki) and on the peninsula -- the and on the (vicki) (vicki) and on the
peninsula -- the search is on for two men accused of burglarizing a home and smashing a sliding glass door early this morning in pacifica. the homeowner was alerted by a notification from a motion detector at around 4 a-m of two unknown men in his backyard. police say the homeowner left his home about 30 minutes earlier. when police arrived at the scene, they saw one suspect climb over a backyard fence and run into the street. officers closed off the scene but were unable to locate the suspects. one suspect broke down the door to get in the house... then ransacked the home and stole property. (ken) a christmas to remember ... 32 oakland students were given tickets to tonight's warriors game ... and received a few other surprises, too. you can see them walking into oracle arena and a whole party set up for them.(vicki)kron4's michelle kingston is live outside oracle arena where the dubs just lost to the lakers ... but that didn't stop those
kids from having a good time, right, michelle? (michelle)what a day! it was so amazing to watch these kids have a christmas they'll never forget. (mk)"merry christmas! i am so excited to have you guys out at the game today!"more than 30 oakland public school students walking in to oracle arena for a christmas day full of surprises.camielle ann mackey washington"i thought we were gonna sit on the court and watch the warriors game and we walked in here and i was like, 'whoa.'"first stop -- a room full of gingerbread houses ... basketball hoops ... food ... and"woooooooo!" steph curry."hi steph curry!" "i can't believe my eyes this is happening! i can't believe this is happening!"steph curry, golden state warriors "it's a pleaure to have you guys and hopefully we get a win for you alright?"high fiving the kids ... taking selfies ... and wishing them a merry christmas -- today's event was part of the golden state warrior's season of giving campaign -- and before
the game started -- all the kids were shuffled out to the court for one last surprise ....alejah maxie"hopefully i don't lose my breath or my voice."acharra shepherd"i feel like when i go home they are not going to be able to hear me at all."each kid given a gift on the court ... a pair of sneakers from the players troyonn johnson"all my christmas', this is the best one.""best christmas ever?"yes. (michelle) (michelle)the warriors lost ... but these kids are going home with so many memories -- i'm so happy they were able to have such a great christmas. live in oakland michelle kingston kron 4 news (ken) while he wasn't dreaming of a white house christmas president trump is nonetheless spending the holiday from pennsylvania avenue after canceling vacation plans to mar-a-lago -- citing the government shutdown.
truly thrilled to wish every american a very merry christmas."> president trump and first lady melania trump--wishing a merry americans this morning-- before video conferencing with u-s troops-- reaching out service members around the world from all military branches. president then offering another message to reporters---tis the season.. for a long government shutdown. é (ken) the president adament he wasn't caving on his demands for border wall funding -- leaving hundreds of thousands of federal employees without a pay check this holiday season. (vicki) the christmas holiday brought out the giving spirit in people all over the bay area today. and one event in particular in the east bay--- was aimed at helping those less fortunate. (ken) today-- over one thousand people received
gifts, toys, hot meals and a lot more. it's called christmas for everyone. kron 4's haaziq madyun has the story. the christmas holiday brought out the giving spirit in people all over the bay area today. and one event in particular in the east bay--- was aimed at helping those less fortunate. fortunate. today-- over one thousand people received gifts, toys, hot meals and a lot more. (ken) it's called christmas for everyone. kron 4's has the story. it is the annual christmas for everyone event. the 34-year holiday tradition year at the light of grace korean presbyterian church in martinez live holiday music filled the atmosphere inside the banquet room where a traditional christmas holiday meal is served with turkey, ham and all of the trimmings each year at christmas for everyone, those who are less fortunate in contra costa county are treated to a one stop, one of a kind, christmas experience. there are gifts for people of all ages, plenty of toys for the kiddies, lots of brand new bikes toosotgifts also include gently used clothing and winter coats that will help folks stay warm this time of yearsot
sleeping on the street with no clothes, no nothing, nothing to prevent them from being cold and to have events like this for everybody, it's great">need a holiday hair makeover? how about a fresh cut by beauticians from the sidewalk salon haircuts of hope. two stylisys donated their beauty skills making sure everyone is looking their best on christmas daydon't have transportation? not to worry. these county buses are on the move picking up residents, dropping them off and then returning them to their homessome volunteers tell me the gift ofn giving is its own rewardsotsotonly one thing left
to say after that..."merry christmas""merry christmas" "merry christmas, aye! happy new year">in martinez haaziq madyun kron4news the message is becoming clear at the border. officals are saying we are not prepared. a small boy dies in the custody of the border partol agents as more migrants are expected to pour into the country. it's a candy cane christmas in gold country. the one place not far from the bay area you can go get hand made candy canes. one woman in the east bay ♪ toyland, toyland
♪ little girl and boy land ♪ while you dwell within it ♪ you are ever happy there daddy, it's christmas! ♪ childhoods, joyland never let go of your dreams. the mercedes-benz winter event is back. lease the glc 300 for $459 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. an east bay woman is trying to
support victims of the camp fire in a unique way. (ken) ashley zavala shows us the small gesture lifting up their holiday spirits in a big way... "it's definitely a process." this christmas.."this is just a little reminder of how for they've come. ..is a busy one for alisa corstorphine"i'm signing each one.. who knows.. maybe they'll down the road try to contact me when they bring these out."she's making christmas ornaments for camp fire victims."i'm signing them and then we color in the hearts." the idea came to her on facebook.. scrolling through fire support group
pages."over and over again one thing people said they missed was their christmas ornaments." ((nats))she starts with a laser cutter and wood..then finishes them with red marker and ribbon.the designs are all inspired by fire survivors... "people really want little sayings about their own areas. i'm using their guidance to direct what's important to them" ((nats))alisa has no connection to butte county, but she sends an ornament to anyone who asks.. for free. after posting photos on facebook.. she says she's had an avalanche of requests"i've had a thousand, two thousand requests, i don't even know, i've lost count." to supply the demand.. she recruited an army of helpers from neighbors, volunteers, and family members, like her daughter amy... "she'll be addressing envelopes and suddenly you'll hear this cacaphony of dings and bings from facebook messenger." alisa says those messages are motivating... like this voice
message left from a fire victim.."i just wanted to let yuou know i went to my mailbox today and i received my ornament, and i am lterally choked up, and so grateful, and so blessed for this ornament. i don't have a tree this year to hang it on.. but, it means so much to me, and i am so grateful you went out of your way to do this... this means so much to me. "the christmas ornaments.."i'm not going to save the world with this, but it's showing somebody cares, it's putting a little marker of a memory, and it's giving something that hopefully is special and treasured." a little gift with a lot of meaning. tag. in alamo (vicki) whether youúre a first timer or a seasoned vet on the slopes -- if you like snow - looks like the sierra is the place to be christmas day. hundreds of skiers and snowboarders hit the lifts to take advantage of the six inches of fresh powder that
expect chilly tomorrow.tonight or they drive up tonight or tomorrow. expect chilly overnight lows because of decreasing winds tonight, clear skies and falling dew points in the bay area. temperatures will likely fall into the 30s and lower 40s. the coldest valley locations may also see some patchy frost during the late night and early morning hours. dry and seasonal conditions will prevail this week, with daytime temperatures remaining in normal ranges, upper 50s and low 60s. high pressure will then rebuild across the bay area for friday and saturday, with dry and slightly warmer temperatures. (vicki) some people like to go to the city for the holidays... some people like to go to the country.(ken) the country.like to go to some people the holidays...the city for like to go to some people (vicki) (vicki) some people like
to go to the city for the holidays... some people like to go to the country.(ken) i took a flight to the sierra foothills... for a bite of an old fashioned california chirstmas. maybe it was the anticipation of knowing the sweetness that waited for us on the ground... that made the clouds appear a little more like wisps of cotton candy
above the sierra foothills of tuolumne county. it's always a treat to visit the gold country... but this time it will be a literal treat. first... a landing at columbia airport. the three hour trip from the bay area reduced to less than an hour thanks to the convenience of this airstrip. the few minutes walk into town... takes you back 170 years.sot :33francisca daunberger columbia state park volunterr columbia is dog friendly. something there's no
cars... so you the stage coach. there's lots to see that invite you to stop and linger. the blacksmith shop. the old jail. the hotel. the saloon. and... nelson's candy kitchen. by the same family for generations. and they still do something that's almost impossible to find in california. they make their candy canes by hand.sot
(vicki) you can take a tour of nelson's ktichen and even get to learn how to make candy canes... but you'll have to plan ahead for next year.(ken) by the way "nelson's candy kitchen" has three locations in the sierra foothills... columbia, sonora and murphys. giving to those in need... the salvation army came out in full force today and could not have done it without the help of thousands of volunteers. just how many people they were able to give a hot meal to this christmas.
prepare and package the meals. the meals were boxed up and transported to another salvation army location where other volunteers were waiting to hand deliver these meals to people in need of a hot meal on this christmas.this has become an annual tradition for michael - but this year he brought along his friend tim. he says you can really feel the need when visiting with these folks.the best part about volunteering? if you missed out on volunteering on this christmas - there are more opportunities to do so. the salvation army feeds hundreds of people five days a week. in san francisco, sara stinson, kron four news.">
the year in the year in review... we are taking a look back at big moments internationally this year and how it is changing our world. a second child has died in the custody of border patrol agents. we take a look at where the little boy came from and how this is happening. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break.
(vicki) as thousands of migrants spend their christmas detained at the border, one father is spending it mourning his 8-year-old son's death while at the border.(ken) the little boy is the second guatemalan child to die in immigration custody. kron 4's sanaz tahernia joins us from the newsroom with more details on his death. sanaz? (sanaz) ken, vicki, it's so heartbreaking, and i can't even imagine what the father is going through right now. not only is he spending the holiday in custody, but now... christmas for him will never be the same. december 25th is a day that most people joyfully celebrating with family.but for one father, it's now a day that represents tragedy and
loss.u-s customs and border protection announced tuesday that another child has died in its custody.8-year-old felipe alonzo gomez from guatemala died just after midnight on christmas at a hospital in new mexico. according to the guatemalan ministry, felipe and his father were detained when they entered el paso on december 18th. on christmas eve, a border agent noticed felipe wasn't feeling well. officials say he was taken to the hospital but was released after being diagnosed with a fever and prescribed antibiotics. later that evening-- they say the boy began vomiting and was taken back to the hospital... where he died.felipe is the second immigrant child that's died in detention this month.just a few weeks ago, a 7-year-old guatemalan girl named jacklin caal maquin died less than 48 hours after she was detained at a new mexico border crossing.
to be in a strange country and not to know what's next for them">with regard to felipe's death, cbp officials say they've sent the proper notifications and the agency's office of professional responsibility will conduct a review.cbp typically releases migrants or turns them over to ice after a few days.agency guideless say immigrants generally shouldn't be detained for more than 72 hours in cbp holding facilities.and families are almost always released quickly due to limited space in ice family facilities.and now being released probably won't mean as much to felipe's father, without felipe by his side. (sanaz) guatemala's foreign ministry issued a statement asking for an investigation and access to the little boy's medical records. according to customs and border protection, the cause of death is unknown at this time. the agency is reviewing the incident and will release the details as they become available. but
officials there say that during their detention, migrants are medically screened and treated as needed. (vicki) a christmas time crisis near the texas / mexico border. more than 12-hundred undocumented immigrants are expected to be released into el paso this week -- with no apparent plan for housing. that's in addition to the seven-hundred migrants already left in the border town since sunday. fear and uncertainty in el paso texas -- where hundreds of undocumented immigrants wait -- at a bus station. shelters in the border town -- filled the week of christmas . rep. beto o'rourke / -d- texas: "we're trying to ensure that ice gives the community notice next time, when they know that there's not going to be space in existing migrant shelters.(vicki)shelters. (vicki) according to elected officials -- el paso sees roughly two-thousand immigrants a week with one shelter holding about 200 people a day and is not prepared for the rising numbers. with more migrants expected to arrive in el paso -- volunteers donated food -- while the community attempts to work out suitable shelters.
(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 expect chilly overnight lows because of decreasing winds tonight, clear skies and falling dew points in the bay area. temperatures will likely fall into the 30s and lower 40s. the coldest valley locations may also see some patchy frost during the late night and early morning hours. dry and seasonal conditions will prevail this week, with daytime temperatures remaining in normal ranges, upper 50s and low 60s. high pressure will then rebuild across the
(ken) from an historic meeting between the leaders of the united states and north korea... to an ongoing investigation into russian meddling into the presidential elections and brexit...(vicki) and the rescue of soccer players in a flooded thai cave...several major news stories gripped the entire world in 2018. karen caifa takes a look back at the year's biggest news from around the globe. 2018 brought a thaw in relations with a reclusive regime --kim jong un's younger
sister -- the first member of north korea's ruling family to travel to the south -- for the winter olympics in pyeongchang. a summit between kim and south korean president moon jae-in, would follow, in april.and in june-- the first-ever meeting between a u-s president and north korean leader, in singapore.president donald trump: we're ready to write a new chapter between our nations.president trump also met with vladimir putin in helsinki in july -- but prompted an uproar -- in response to a question about russian interference in the 20-16 u-s election.president donald trump: he just said it's not russia. i will say this. i don't see any reason why it would be.the following day, trump contended he misspoke -- and meant to say, "wouldn't."fears of a global trade war were fueled by trump tariffs on steel and aluminum --with china and u-s allies like canada, mexico and the e-u hitting back with taxes of their own.trump further rankled european allies by pulling the u-s from the obama-era iran nuclear deal. but world leaders came
together in paris in november, to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of world war one. also in europe -- angela merkel announced her current, fourth term will be her last as german chancellor.u-k prime minister theresa may -- meanwhile -- continued to navigate the challenges of the impending "brexit" --theresa may/ british prime minister: i can say to the house with absolute certainty that there is not a better deal available. the planned exit from the european union, with a deadline of march 29, 2019. great britain also hosted -- nats-- the wedding of the year. royal watchers went wild for the may nuptials of prince harry, and american actress meghan markle at windsor castle.the world also watched -- natsthe world cup.64 matches through june and july. france, winning it all.but a thai youth soccer team, grabbed headlines too.natsthe incredible rescue of 12 boys and their coach trapped in a cave by flood waters, after more than two weeks.the elation -- a stark contrast with the tragedy in southeast asia in september -- when a 7-point-five magnitude earthquake triggered a tsunami in indonesia.more than 2,100 people died.civil war
continued in syria --where an alleged chemical weapons attack on civilians by president bashar al-assad's regime prompted coordinated strikes by the u-s, france and the u-k in april.syria, and key ally russia, denied involvement in the chemical attack.and in yemen -- more than 20 million people in need of food, clean water, and other aid amid that civil conflict -- the u-n secretary general calling it the world's worst humanitarian crisis.the mysterious murder of saudi journalist and critic jamal khashoggi at the saudi consulate in istanbul in october, sparked global outrage.saudi officials denied the involvement of crown prince mohammed bin salman in the killing.the c-i-a, however, concluded the crown prince personally ordered it -- based on a recording provided by the turkish government, and other evidence. in washington, i'm karin caifa. he has a big heart. but can't find a home for christmas.... the reason this vet's office say you should give an old dog a new chance.
veterinarian's office in chuluota.the stray dog was taken in by orange county animal services and so far the dog with crooked teeth, absent a nose...a deformity that causes some snorting hasn't had people knocking down the door to adopt him.michelle wacker, orange county animal services: "he's just a precious old man, everyone at the vet's office has fallen in love with him."genesis diaz, foster owner: "he's a very laid back dog, likes to snort a lot."genesis diaz has been fostering the dog--- estimated to be about 12 years old. genesis diaz, foster owner: "this morning i woke up and he was at the edge of my bed, staring at me and he ran over and did a little twirl and started licking my face." michelle wacker, orange county animal services: "he's a healthy dog, he just looks a little funny."dave mcdaniel, reporting: "so anyone who decides to adopt sniffles, and give him a forever home, you need to know there will some dental work next week so the grin w't look exactly the same, and it's also a reminder the rescue always needs cash to pay for vet bills for the special needs critters that go through there."half the dogs at poodle and pooch rescue are older--- injured--- or dealing with a medical issue.michelle wacker, orange county animal
services: "90 percent of the time, we can fix these dogs." she hopes someone--- can find it in their heart--- to give sniffles a home. home for the holidays... being with family is the only gift some people ask for on christmas. now get your tissues ready because we have a heart warming reunion between four service member families.
(ken) they starred together in "step brothers" and "talladega nights." now, will ferrell and john-c reilly are back at it as arthur conan doyle's famous detective team. rick damigella has a preview. "sherlock holmes. his methods are ingenious. he's a master of disguise.""what have you done with sherlock?""why, watson, i never left!" "amazing."the dynamic duo is back. will ferrell and john-c reilly are on the case in "holmes and watson.""it was very absurd for these two guys to be playing, you know, the most iconic characters in, possibly, all of literature ... every day we would just, we would just kind of giggle about the fact that we were pulling this off.""i love you." "watson!""oh!"ferrell and reilly are known for their improv skills. but investigativwork required a little more structure."we had the mystery to unfold, and we had the period details, so there's a formality to the movie that's different than some of our other work, so, yes, we would riff, but it would be on like, on the kind of, on the edges of things."
"you see, it's sort of a self- photograph.""he's a real fan." "i swear, i never do this." "hey, girl!""hey, girl!"for ferrell, the words on the page were less demanding than the action scenes."well done, holmes!""it's a pretty physical movie. so there were moments, too, where we were just laughing, going, 'what? how many more takes can we do of this?'"(grunts)"oh my god!" "i mean, any time we get together with will, we have a blast.""come, watson. we have a killer to catch.""yeah, no , sherlock!"in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. (vicki) the holidays are a time to reconnect with family and loved ones.for u-s service members, trips home are especially precious.(ken) this year, some of the reunions have been caught- on-camera ... and as you might imagine, they quickly go viral. polo sandoval reports. a visit to santa claus...-nats- turned into a special delivery for these two minnesota sisters...-nats-their father -
a soldier stationed in kuwait- surprised his daughters just in time for christmas.it's among the many emotional reunions caught on camera between military members and their families this holiday season.a wisconsin boy's older brother, serving in the army... -nats-surprised him at school with a big hug after five months apart.the soldier then marched down the hall to his other sister and brother.-nats- in this viral video...a little boy, presented with a large christmas gift-nats-inside the box, a loved one in military fatigues.-nats-the person who posted this wrote, "my nephew got to unwrap the only christmas gift he asked for a few days early"-nats-a small army of family members kept this airman from even getting through the door in sacramento. -nats-and finally...at a christmas choir concert in indianapolis...an unexpected interruption....-nats-led to a mother, serving in the navy,
embracing her daughter just in time for christmasavarie hinton/daughter: it's been a really long year, and so many things have happened, i just missed her so much. it just makes this christmas extra special, her surprising me.for some of these service members, another deployment could be next...but for now, current marching orders include being home for the holidayspolo sandoval....cnn new york new yorksandoval....cnn new yorknew york the lakers - warriors were the hottest ticket in the country today.....>the cheap seats at
oracle tonight were going for almost three hundred bucks a peice....>and i bet you're mad you paid all that money after how the dubs played today.....> lebron james.....having a great start to his laker career.....this guy is aging like a fine wine.....>2nd quarter....lakers up 13....pretty turn around from bron bron....he's almost impossible to cover if he's hitting that shot.....>now off the miss....bron gets it ahead to lonzo ball and throws the oop to kyle kuzma and la goes back up double digits.....> early in the third quarter....scary moment for the lakers...lebron falls and comes up limping....strained groin....he wouldn't return......>but it didn't really matter on this day....rajon rondo finds ivica zubek....zubek had 18 and 11 and rondo had 15-10 as the lakers win 127-101......> raiders fans got their christmas gift a night early.....>oakland beat denver last night 27-14 for their third win of the season.....> it was the least the organization could for a bay-area fan base that they haven't exactly done right
by......>as we know...the raiders home field status for next season is still up in the air......>so last night was most likely the last game they'll ever play at the coliseum....>and raiders fans showed their loyalty....> despite the awful weather, they came out and filled the lots surrounding the coliseum to tailgate.......>and they were just as loud inside the stadium once the game got going.....>it was a bitter sweet moment for both the fans....>some were angry, some were sad.....it's an end to an era.....>and the players knew what this night meant to them.....>but lee smith, raiders tight end "it's just an awesome, awesome organization to play for. that shield is very special. and once again, christmas eve, last game in the coliseum. monday night football. what a great way to celebrate the holidays. it's awesome, it's a great night, no one could ever forget who had a raiders uniform on today, alright let's head out to houston....russell westbrook and the thunder visiting james harden and the rockets.....>
let's go right to the fourth....rockets up 7.....harden gets into the lane....pretty floater for him......>under 30 to go....this is the nail in the coffin....harden so hard to keep out the lane.....he had 41, 6, and 7 as the rockets win 113-109.....> and now we head out to the world most famous arena....the greek freak and the bucks taking on the knicks......>2nd quarter....bucks up....giannis gets the steal......and you know how this story ends.....> more great d from giannis....this time he gets the block.....we are going the other way....he finds george hill who finishing with the lay-in.....>giannis had 31 and 14 and the bucks win it 109-95.....>
(ken) a christmas surprise at a coffee shop in sacramento...despite not having any snow. a snow man was delivered just in time for christmas. an employee at the old soul coffee shop says someone brought snow down from south lake tahoe-- and built the snowman. the snowman is greeted customers and everyone who passed by. the employee says she teamed up with one of santa's helpers to make the christmas surprise happen. people were stopping by all day to take pictures with the snowman. they gave him a hat... scarf... and a cup of coffee
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