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here talk about that type of excitement if they win tonight! there is also some excitement from inside the set of derrick distich >> reporter:from inside the stick! >> reporter: concedes jerry rice snuck up on him jumping up on his back. these guys are just excited to be out here if it is a little bittersweet reach are going to the new stadium but such memories here. >> reporter: shot again, the game tendency in the video as players are more meet up it is exciting for some of the past players of the are excited to be out here but
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mentally focused right now because this is a win when tank and they would like to go out on top. we have lot more for jerry rice spirit spoke with him for a good 10 minutes this afternoon. >> reporter: in on the field, to go to jews since the excitement were there for familiar faces or zero faces that haven't played in a decade? >> reporter: you have so many guys just walking around hey honey into other. hi fightin >> reporter:high fiving and hugging each other! >> reporter: there is a field out here at candlestick tonight... aeel.
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>> reporter: if you want to get here early ben today is the day to do it >> reporter: pants are sad but they're definitely glad to be here at a football game. but it is sentimental and try to take it all and definitely making a party out of you think it may be the last tell gate at candlestick park but that is what i received a community here. people are here with their friends and family and grilling the same tactics for 30 years so there is and it is a little difficult for them to take >> we are sad. but we are
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looking for for santa clara. >> not me. >> three years we have been coming out here so we are a little heart broken. >> they are like family. will i be on a tel gate with them. it is my favorite memories of the candlestick the family spirit >> so great here. >> sat here but i am looking for to the new stadium next year. >> we have been here for so long how will we ever find each other again. >> reporter: just one team to enjoy it but a lot of fans will be back with live
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at candlestick. some were in denial. so they are still hopeful that they will get another chance to tell gate but it is saddling in some that this is possibly the last football game here at candlestick. they are seen that they make lying there a little bit longer or not to rush out or get into the traffic. take a deep breath and take him for one last time. >> reporter: how will security be would be more top security then you have ever seen. things might try to avert this seek out and lead the stick with the seat at the end of the game patrick said police definitely not want that and
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i will come up in the next seven to tell you how they are trying to prevent that from happening. the likely there will to the niners and candlestick >> reporter: trend back to you in the studio. catherine >> >> reporter: we can take a look at traffic south about delays are on want westbound 80 which are backed up all across getting to candlestick park. it has been busy for most of the day with a busy travel day with the holidays approach and so it is a grid lock out there. westbound canadian
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and san paulo if your kingdom of taking the san mateo bridge police that again. please think again. >> catherine: about two- hundred people were marching today near children's hospital in oakland. they're demanding that 13- year-old jahi mcmath remain on life support the teenager has been declared brain dead- after a routine surgery to remove her tonsils. >> ".on life support"
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>> catherine: late today - a judge ordered a 2nd medical opinion in the case. more testing is being done. the alameda county superior court has now issued a continued restraining order.preventing the hospital from taking jahi off life support until at least monday december 30th. >> catherine: coming up at 5:15. why the recent target security breach could have a big impact on your last-then at 5:30. a real-life holiday miracle. >> catherine: kro-4 reunties bay area music legend carlos sanata.with a now homeless ride.as a school bus driver was thrown from the drivers seat. >> reporter: and a
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the wheel while a fourth grade teacher slammed on the breaks. >> catherine: the teachers' quick thinking stopped the bus from landing in a ditch. school officials say the the bus driver is no longer employed by the school district. >>still ahead. the tweet that got one p-r executive the axe. then. when movie goers will see the last film work of actor paul walker. z [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze.
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>> catherine: target is trying to recover from a major hack of credit card and debit card information -- belonging to its customers. >> catherine: and it's happening just as christmas shopping hits its peak. george howell has the story. >> reporter:some last-minute christmas shoppers may be frozen in their tracks because of the massive security breach at target. j.p. morgan chase-- the
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nation's largest bank-- has those customers potentially impacted by the hacking. chase clients who shopped at u.s. target stores between november 27th and december 15th can now only withdraw 100 dollars a day from atms, their daily total spending now capped at 300 dollars. with 40-million credit and debit card accounts now considered compromised-- irate customers took target to task online. one tweet reads, quote, "my bank account got hacked, and now, i can't finish christmas shopping. @target anything to help?" >> reporter:another chimed in:"the moral of this story: target hacking and chase bank card limits. have a backup plan: cash, paper checks, gift cards, 1 other bank card!" and other hacked customers are asking why it wasn't noticed sooner. >>"they purchased six gift cards worth 200 dollars and, as the person in the bank told me, they went for the seventh and it was denied because i didn't have enough. i just think
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that would have been suspicious." >> reporter:u-s senators richard blumenthal and chuck schumer are now demanding immediate federal investigations to prevent a breach like this from happening again. >>"we can get to the bottom of how target's in store security was compromised in order to make sure that target, in the future, and all other stores, adequately protect to consumers from this kind of devastating theft." >> reporter:some customers in california have already filed what could become a class-action lawsuit against target, saying the chain quote, "failed to implement and maintain reasonable security procedures and practices." >> reporter:target said on sunday it notified millions of affected customers via e- mail and is working with the secret service and financial who problem. >> catherine: target also offered customers a 10 percent discount this past weekend. also - free credit monitoring.
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>> catherine: it's always good to think before you tweet. an example of what can go wrong --- a former p-r executive says she's sorry about a tweet about aids and africa. but as pamela brown reports, the damage is done. >> reporter:social media is calling it the "tweet heard round the world"-- >> reporter:"going to africa. hope i don't get aids. just kidding. i'm white!" >> reporter:now, three days after justine sacco sent out that tweet she is out of the job and apologizing. >> reporter:on sunday, sacco issued this statement saying: "words cannot express how sorry i am, and how necessary it is for me to apologize to the people of south africa, who i have offended due to a needless and careless tweet. for being insensitive to this the millions of people living with the virus, i am ashamed." >> reporter:sacco was head
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of p-r for i-a-c, the media company owned by barry diller, that operates websites like the daily beast, college humor and match-dot-com. >> reporter:but, on saturday, the company said sacco's no longer a good match -- firing her. >> reporter:the former p-r exec found herself the target of a social media mob on friday-- sending out that tweet right before logging offline while on her 12-hour flight from london to her native south africa. >> "not only is this a publicists' worst nightmare, it's any public figure's worst nightmare. to send out a tweet, it's kind of like trying to put toothpaste back in the tube. you can't take it back." >> reporter:her twitter page immediately filled with hateful comments, the hashtag: "#hasjustinelandedyet" trending worldwide. >> reporter:one guy following the hashtag even awaiting her arrival at the cape town airport, a trial by twitter, as many are calling it.
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>> reporter:according to her linkedin page, sacco was also formerly a publicist for the w-w-e. >> reporter:on her now- disabled twitter page, she has a cache of questionable, now deleted tweets like: >>"i had a sex dream about an autistic kid last night." and, "i can't be fired for things i say while intoxicated right?" >> >> reporter:leaving many wondering: how could a p-r expert not know how to manage her own social media? >>"i don't think people like justine realize the immediacy of twitter. one tweet, one statement is all it takes in the world of twitter, in the world of social media, to cost somebody their career." pamela brown, c-n-n, new york. >> catherine: a winter storm is grinding its way across the country -- causing a
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strange mix of weather. >> catherine: at least 15- thousand flights were delayed over the weekend - and more than a thousand canceled. the severe weather hit a wide section of the u-s. and is blamed for at least 10 deaths in kentucky, mississippi, missouri, kansas and arkansas. other parts of the nation have been hit with everything from tornadoes and snow to record-setting heat. an example of storm damage - >> catherine: a tree fell on a jeep in charlotte, north carolina. a tornado hit through hughes, arkansas saturday. 3 mobile homes were destroyed. several others were hurt. in oklahoma city.shoppers were startled when huge sheets of ice fell from the an outlet mall. >> catherine: with christmas just a couple of days away, holiday travel is in full swing at bay area airports. at s-f-o -- more than 130- thousand travelers are expected today. they're watching for big snowstorms in the northeast, weather-related delays or cancellations today. >> reporter: for the most part we're looking at, went with, temperatures for most of the weekend looks like even next week candlestick
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park, and ice conditions tonight. 60 degrees at 540 justine knows that. lows will down to the mid 40's but that will be after the game conclusion. if we go ahead and take a look at after with 65. 66 in san jose creek on the east bay 63 in walnut creek, 63 for hayward and union city. los '60s like 62 on an ocean beach in san rafael. 64 for napa and 65 in oakland. the christmas forecast, i know that we are all looking for it to this.
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a bit woman at 60 to 65 by the afternoon with their conditions continuing. a bit warmer for the maost part we ae in good shape! >> catherine: the gift from a niners fan to the seahawks that has seattle fans fired up! then. a major deadline for obama care is fast approaching -- what you need to know. good. good answer.
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>> catherine: the 49ers and the seattle seahawks have a heated rivalry. now 49ers fans are reminding seahawks fans of the san francisco team's legacy. they're bragging about the team's 5 super bowl trophies with this billboard. fans paid about 7-thousand dollars for it. they might have hoped to get it closer to the seahawks stadium -- but it's about 27 miles from downtown
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seattle. >> catherine: money was raised through the website "go-fund-me." the seahawks lead the n-f-c west. san francisco has a chance to pull to within one game if they beat the falcons tonight. >> catherine: coming up at 5:30. >> catherine: as what's likely to be the last football game is played - a look back at some of candlestick's most defining moments. but first. the latest on a real-life christmas miracle. kron-4 reunties a homeless ex-bandmate, with bay area music legend carlos santana. good. good answer.
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check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give me your abc's. all i learned was a new definition of fear. i need some pudding. yeah, there's one left. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: >>ohhh man. marcus the
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magnificent malone >> catherine: a holiday reunion that's now reverberating around the world. music legend carlos santana embracing a former bandmate now living on the streets of oakland a chance encounter with kron four's stanley roberts may have been the turnaround in the hard-luck life of a forgotten man. >>thats marcus mag malone alright. his spirit is indomitable. oh wow. is that a beautiful story or what? >> catherine: from cnn to britain and sweden and india, marcus malone's plight has touched just about every one who has heard of it. >> catherine: the turnaround began here, people behaving badly's stanley roberts found malone looking for something to use or sell. >>at one time i was a member of the santana band. >> reporter:
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>> catherine: out turned out to be true. here is marcus malone with carlos santana says the band was just about to explode into popularity. without malone. >>we went to woodstock and he went to san quentin >> reporter: >> catherine: malone served three years for manslaughter. what followed was a life sentence to a hand to mouth existence. last week's reunion changed all that. >> catherine: carlos santana says he wants to get malone off the streets and back on stage performing again. he says he is grateful that this holiday season, he can be part of a news story that makes people feel good. >>because we all have people in our family who get misplaced, not lost. >> catherine: and he offered these words to stanley roberts >>i offer you my heart's gratitude, stanley becausse what you did is a story of redemption >> catherine: stanley's story is getting international attention.. they'll have more tonight on inside edition. it airs here on kron-4 after the news at eleven.
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>> catherine: let's get back to candlestick now -- with what could be the last football game to be played there. grant lodes is standing by. >> reporter: we're about 10 minutes away from kickoff. and with them being in all likelihood the last game security has never been tied to her spirit take a look as some of the people we saw and the parking lot. a lot of security and san francisco police officers and highway patrol officers. you will never see more cops in the stands or parking lot and you will tonight. the nation's eyes are on candlestick and we are a classy bunch of fans and we need to represent an improper way in a proper
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way. >> reporter: chieftain's wants everyone to remember to do the right thing. >> zero tolerance. but again with the seahawks losing folks need to understand that it is all about winning the division and coming back here and having another game. this man told deep falcons and leave the stadium along. alone >> reporter: if some cards fall the niners could be back here in the playoffs and you certainly do not want a looted up candlestick. it is not all about football here it is also baseball history with
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the giants starting to play here and the stones played here as well as the beatles. just this summer jasey and justin played the candlestick. jay z >> reporter: the original opened horseshoe design had a great deal of the bay but also creates a bomb went tunnel. a wind tunnel. >> reporter: it is the last fall performance of the beatles. >> reporter: >> (cheers & applause) >> reporter: it will forever be known as simply the cat
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show. simply, the catch! >> reporter: 1984 brinks decrease in cash mascot absorption bands of frustration tilted the padded frustration with enthusiasm. >> reporter: 2 years later the giants seem to have found their mojo making it into the finals series. but nature steps up to that. steps up to bat >> reporter: the niners will play on in the aging stadium until 200011 the drinking one more and dignity with a power failure plunging into
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the dark. >> calling it a national embarrassment. >> reporter: it was a magnificent stadium when it was built in the '50s. and maybe a little bit worn down but it is still our candlestick and we are going to miss it. >> reporter: the legends that have played in legends the legends that have played in candlestick causist chance to get emotional some of those worries were inside the stick and are still there. in a few minutes we will hear from jerry rice who had quite a few memorable moments here at candlestick. at 6:00. grant
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lotus kron 4- >> catherine: next moon will be able to see the last movie made by actor paul walker. apple make a deal to break the iphone here to china. [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world
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of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone 'round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound. starbucks is just $6.99, that's a cup of good cheer. get sweet clementines for $4.99, enough for everyone here. turns out this season less is really so much more. so make your holiday merrier than ever before. safeway. ingredients for life.
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>> catherine: the last movie made by actor paul walker 'will' be released.
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that will happen on april 10th - 20-15. it was scheduled to open to july of next year -- but production was halted when walker died in a car crash in november. walker played a central character in the "fast and furious" series. good. good answer. check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give me your abc's.
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all i learned was a new definition of fear. i need some pudding. yeah, there's one left. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible.
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>> catherine: an american man remains in jail in the united arab emirates. he's being punished for creating a you-tube parody on teenagers in dubai. he's accused of posing a threat to national security. >> catherine: sara side-ner has more on >> reporter: pushing to get a resolution to this case that has a lot of people in wrapping their head. >> reporter: sentencing to prison time and a fine. one
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year to and a $10,000 fine the to arrested were told the plant pay half that and spent eight months in prison. they have already served nearly nine months in prison waiting a burdick. burdick verdict >> reporter: producing an amateur fan that they put together and placed on it you to that was supposed to be a funny parody of life in a dubai community. then remembers in minnesota are beside themselves because they were hoping that they would be free by now and home for christmas which is not likely to happen. >> reporter: skies over
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california and the bay area right now. we are looking at a very mild temperatures. low 60s with overnight lows would not be dead low for the most part. >> reporter: 44 will be the morning low in hayward. 654 sunnyvale and mountain view. 63 for palo alto and will pick up for 62 in fremont. 63 for walnut creek, 63 in hayward and high in union city at 63 accurate as well as pleasanton. >> reporter: 63 for petaluma and 64 for the afternoon high in santa
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rosa. christmas day were looking at mild temperatures and sunny skies with a chilly start. a lot of sun on the kron4 round the bay forecast. posting steady for '40's and the most part with a slight chance of rain and i do mean slight chance of rain for monday. i >> catherine: some of the deadlines and the obama care program may be confusing but a botched roll out of the web site led to giving users more time to sign up merrimac pike has the latest
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period's >> reporter: after months of hype and headaches, the first major deadline for obama care is almost here. tuesday is the last day to sign up on the health care that go for health care coverage to begin january 1st. that is if you live in one of the 36 states using the federal government enrollment web site. so you need to pony up cash for your first month premium as early as next tuesday, december 31st. >> millions of americans, despite the problems with the web site are now poised to be covered by quality affordable health insurance, new year's day. >> reporter: those web site problems make a mess of the sign up process for several months. >> we screwed up.
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>> reporter: you have until march 31st to sign up for health insurance otherwise you will get slapped with a fine. one person who will not have to worry about being fired as the president himself. at the white house said president obama signed up for health care over the weekend from the d.c. market place and chose a bronze plant a symbolic show of support for other americans sign-ins' up sign up now. >> catherine: here in california people have until january 6th to make their selections but you have to at least start the application today. >> reporter: the fasttrack
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plant are open but if you are coming to rest about 880 expect delays. expect delays at the san mateo trolled toll plaza as well. >> reporter: officially by samsung is on the market. i am pretty impressed that the death a lot more than what i and would believe. what is is marked watch? and do you need one? stay tuned to my tech report coming good. good answer.
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check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give me your abc's. all i learned was a new definition of fear.
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i need some pudding. yeah, there's one left. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: at six. pressure continues to keep a >> catherine: 13 year old girl on a ventilator. a judge has ordered the hospital on life support. >> catherine: despite the fact she's been declared brain dead. jahi mcmath's family says
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they want to spend christmas with her.. the story is making national headlines. >> catherine: jahi was declared brain dead after a complications following a routine tonsillectomy. and as kron4's haaziq madyun reports -- an outside expert >> reporter: >> catherine: new at six. palo alto police arrested two people >> catherine: a man killed in a bowling alley fight in antioch friday night has been identified as kelvin smith of vallejo. police responded to reports of a fight at the delta bowl friday evening. smith was found unresponsive inside the bowling alley. he was taken to the hospital where he died from his injuries. the suspect in the death turned himself in later that night. >> catherine: a 10-week-old puppy is being cared for after being found at a san francisco dump site friday. the puppy was on a conveyor belt full of trash. she was hurt - with bite marks on her head and neck. she's also lame in her hind legs. the puppy has been named "gem" -- and vets say she was apparently hurt before being thrown away. >> catherine: a lot of people are calling the shelter where she's been taken -- and want to adopt her. >> catherine: coming up at 8 - we'll have the latest on how she's doing - and the investigation into what happened.
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a kitten stolen from the san francisco animal care and control shelter on wednesday afternoon has been found, according to animal care >> catherine: a hotel manager found the 2-month old kitten, named arizona, after recognizing her from news reports and contacted the shelter sunday, animal care spokeswoman deb campbell said. the kitten, with distinctive siamese-like markings, was adopted and waiting to be spayed prior to moving in with her new family when she was stolen, campbell said. during the abduction. arizona is afternoon at the shelter, campbell said. >> catherine: fans of candlestick park are packing the stadium tonight -- as the 49ers face off against the atlanta falcon. it is the last regular season game the 49ers will play at the stick. kron4's grant lodes is live at candlestick spending time with fans as they headed into the grant?? >> reporter: the fans are nostalgic and they are going to miss the stadium and that part of tailgating in bringing out the barbecue grills. justine waldman joining us now she is a niners fans and she is a hard-core fan. it is a
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family of their with deep rooted or roots. >> reporter: absolutely. they wear their lucky jerseys and make sure that they are with the people that they love the most. if they are having so much fun and those are the things that i have noticed hanging out with the fans while they work till 18. tailgating >> still a great place to come watch a game. >> always have been a part of our family ever since my grandfather. >> my hair will be standing up something i will cherish. >> going to be a shame. the
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new stadium i, i do not know. i will miss it. >> it has been fun coming here with all of these guys. >> reporter: sentimental and most likely the last game here at the park. >> (cheers & applause) >> reporter: talking to fans tailgating seems like they want to take one last self be or just winter linger, take a selfie. >> reporter: you work all week and you get to relax and this is part of the
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entertainment. you hear talking about you hear people talking about their grandfather's passing away in this has a lot of emotion to that. so many fans are st come here meet my family my cousin. >> reporter: you know just so many people that are here even if it is their first gain it is most likely the last game at candlestick. so very emotional evening. >> reporter: chief hopes that we enjoy the game that we dismantled the falcons but not anything else >> reporter: many plainclothes police and
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uniformed police you also have caught wearing niners jerseys and some doubt in jerseys. so they are everywhere. in respect everything and respect everything inside of it hit. respect everything inside the park. >> this is a night to truly celebrate and remember. >> reporter: more police officers at this stick tonight than ever before. as we come back out here live j.r. stone joins us now >> reporter: a huge
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nostalgic night but also a huge football game on as well. >> reporter: some of those great ones were inside and they are remembering as well. like jerry rice >> were to is one big family with a small block rooms and all over each other but we were able to win a lot of football games and no matter what happens to the stadium there was still be a lot of memories. >> reporter: uc dwight clark and made the infamous catch years ago along with jerry rice and some great ones. while we are standing here grant. you had tyrrell all the ones that just walked pastto is in the
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house! >> reporter: with you for final moments tonight as they tried to beat the falcons and secure a position in the playoffs. >> catherine: police are out in full force tonight -- making sure fans behave themselves. police will be on thehome a souvenier. officers out for this game >> catherine: kron 4'sstanley roberts takes a break from his people behaving badly segment to explain just how he helped reunite long lost band members. plus a gay couple claims they were discriminated when they were asked to leave a club. when they were seen dancing together. why the owner is claiming the club did nothing wrong. and caught on camera. how crews helpd rescue a dog
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of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze.
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safeway will help you gather everyone 'round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound. starbucks is just $6.99, that's a cup of good cheer. get sweet clementines for $4.99, enough for everyone here. turns out this season less is really so much more. so make your holiday merrier than ever before. safeway. ingredients for life. >> catherine: firefighters in massachusetts managed to save a dog that had fallen through the ice on the charles river. they had received a frantic call from the dog's owner. the animal - named 'crosby' - was trapped by the ice about 50 yards offshore. firefighters strapped on their special cold-water- survival suits and dove in to save her. >> catherine: coming up.
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>> catherine: what police are learning about the deaths of a father and son - who plunged from the roof of 52-story new york building. >>"i feel like it's complete discrimination. i don't understand." >> reporter:also - a same- sex couple say they were mistreated at a club. why the owner says the club was just following its policy. good. good answer.
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check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give me your abc's. all i learned was a new definition of fear. i need some pudding. yeah, there's one left. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible.
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a texas couple say they were discriminated against at a country-western bar because they are gay. issued a no
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trespassing morning at the rear dancing together. warning. >> told me that they had a policy to state that they do not allow men and to dance with me and because of country song spirit i ask if it was just country songs and he said yes. >> reporter: the couple does believe that it was because of their sexual orientation not because of the policy. >> catherine: it is believed to be a murder-suicide with the father of jumping dropping the little boy and then jumping to his own death. >> reporter: his mother
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posted it on line with the caption daddies' lid to help poor and out that chile title giving away that they died. >> reporter: may have thrown his three year old son off the roof on 60th street before jumping to his own death. >> reporter:a home video
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shows the little boy, brushing snow off an s-u-v. his mother posted it online.with the caption "daddy's little helper." a now chilling title, given the way they died. >>"i woke up in the middle of the night, i couldn't sleep. i just felt this eeriness. >> reporter:police say 35 year old dmitriy kanarikov may have thrown his 3 year old son kirill off the roof of this upper westside high- rise on 60th street before jumping to his own death. >>"my sister saw in our apartment the man fell by.i apologize." >>"police say kanarikov knew someone who used to live in this building. that's the only apparent connection he had to it. there is a doorman here at all times so it's unclear how he got inside, to go up to the roof." >> reporter:kanarikov and the boy's mother--svetlana buharina--were going through a divorce. he lived at this mill basin house, while she stayed with jersey. her brother answered the door this morning. >>"my sister doesn't want to comment at the moment.and we want to support her wishes. we're here to support her." >> reporter:kanarikov had visitation rights, and he was supposed to drop off his son to buharina sunday afternoon. the last time kanarikov posted on facebook in september.he wrote "i want to be the best dad and husband - nothing is more important to me right now." buharina shared this new picture on the site last week.writing, "my beautiful son. the biggest love of my life."
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>> reporter: sunny skies thursday it signed skies friday as well. 66 will be your high in san jose. 64 and castro valley and 63 would walnut creek. now along the pence nuzzle we are looking at lower 60s with 60 in daly city 60 in ocean beach, 63 in berkeley and 63 in petaluma. for your christmas day forecast you're looking at low to mid '60's for most part. mainly a chilly start but it will get a warmer and be a rather nice day. >> reporter: the pictures will hang around mid '60s all through the weekend with a very slight chance of rain on monday and i do mean slight and not possibly going to happen.
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>> reporter:new at six. pay with your talent. sing a song. or tell a joke. >> reporter:two san francisco digital artists are encouraging people to use creativity instead of money. 'the merit shop' is a project started by daniel soares and pedro sampaio. and it asks people to trade and barter goods for talent. >> reporter:the goods vary from a bag of rice to a playstation 3. soares and sampaio says the
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talent could be anything you're good at. after hitting the streets. the two bay area locals are taking the experiment onlne. >> reporter:to get a bag of rice, a pair of socks or an i-pod you can upload a video showing off your unique talent or skill. soares and sampaio goes through all the video that for original and interesting talents. and if the goods are "soldout" or no longer available. you can see what skill won that specific item.
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>> reporter:still ahead at six thirty -- >> catherine: a puppy found in the trash. how she's doing tonight -- and the investigation into how she ended up there. >>"i am kind of sweaty right now." >>and -- >> catherine: a soldier back home after a seven-month deployment. how he surprised his girlfriend with a special holiday present. and -- kron4's stanley roberts talks about how he re-untied two former bandmates. [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone 'round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound. starbucks is just $6.99, that's a cup of good cheer. get sweet clementines for $4.99, enough for everyone here.
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check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give me your abc's. all i learned was a new definition of fear.
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i need some pudding. yeah, there's one left. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >> reporter: >> there will be a variety of test.
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>> hopefully everything will work out in her favor because i know that my daughter want to live. >> reporter: in san francisco a puppy named jim is telling after being thrown away creek discovered on saturday on a conveyor belt she was rushed to it that and treated for possible bite marks and other infections. they are asking anyone with information about jim's owners and to contact them. kron 4 news >> reporter: continuing team coverage it is all about 49ers tonight.jerry rice, steve young and the whitdwight ...jr stone
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>> reporter: coming just a little bit earlier to see their friends lamar time and make a party out of it. they might wander a little bit longer part and say one last farewell at candlestick justine waldman kron 4 news >> reporter: heavy security this evening with a plainclothes and wearing jerseys along with uniformed officers making regular patrol. keeping an eye out making sure that people would not try to stick away with last minute mementos here at candlestick. kron 4 news charles clifford. >> catherine: a homeless man who has been reunited with his former bandmatecarlos santana says he's hoping to get off the streets soon.
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it's a story that we brought you friday. this is a photo of marcus >> catherine: malone with carlos santana and the band in the early stages of santana's legendary career. but malone fell on hard times and has been living out of his van in east oakland. >> i know that carlos did not know that i was in this predicament but now they he knows i believe things will get better for me. i think god for giving me the opportunity to express myself and maybe things might change for me. >> catherine: kron4's vicki liviakis has more on stanley's story. vicki?? >> reporter:it's the season for miracles. and that's why we're calling this the magnificant miracle. >> reporter:kron 4's stanley roberts' story of marcus the magnificant - a homeless man - is touching hearts. and not only here in the bay area. here's a clip of stanley and
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marcus malone on inside edition tonight. >>.super star buddy. >> now i am homeless and on the street. >> reporter: sure enough he found markus small lump was telling the truth. marcus malone was telling the truth. >> reporter: the reporter has brought along his superstar body. buddy >> reporter:coming up a little later on kron 4 news at 8. we show you where marcus' rocky road now leads him. after his reunion with
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carlos santana. >> reporter:you can see stanley's full interview on on the magnificent miracle reunion between carlos santana and former bandmate marcus malone. you can catch it tonight, after the kron4 news at 11. >> reporter: will stay strong upper level ridge of high pressure made sure that that did not get anywhere close to the bay area. we should have to retry and sunny conditions for the next few days. 53 in san francisco and san mateo. we are getting up to 55 in san jose. similar temperatures with low to mid '60's and thursday as well. i'm talking about beyond that concede there any changes.
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>> catherine: the fallout from homophobic comments made by the "duck dynasty" patriach continues. >> catherine: a sheriff in georgia is now telling a- and-e that he will no longer allow the network to shoot in his town. he say he won't do business with the network until it reverses its decision to suspend phil robertson. >> reporter:"i don't think you should be punished for your belief in the bible and what it says. that's no disregard to anybody. i think you have the right to believe what you want to believe.if a&e does the right thing, i'll do the right thing." >> reporter:robertson is defending his comments. in a recent interview hs says that he was simply reading from the scriptures. >> catherine: saying "whether i said it, or they read it, what's the difference? the sins are the same, humans haven't changed." >> catherine: restaurant chain cracker barrel is putting "duck dynasty" items back on the shelves. >> catherine: on friday, cracker barrel said on facebook that it was removing them -- after the duck dynasty phil robertson controversy.
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>> catherine: robertson has been getting heat for angry anti-gay comments. the restaurant chain is now apologizing for offendingthe decision a mistake. >> catherine: what is doing after 40 million debit and credit card accounts were stolen from target? good. good answer.
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check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give me your abc's. all i learned was a new definition of fear.
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>> catherine: sign up volume-california held chainsacramento, calif. - a health insurance exchange says enrollment action is heavy during the deadline day to sign up for coverage that will start jan. 1.
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>> catherine: covered california set monday as the sign-up deadline and had no current plans to extend that by another day. the obama administration announced it was extending the sign-up deadline through tuesday for the 36 states using the federal health insurance exchange. >>california runs its own exchange under the federal agency spokesman larry hicks says the enrollment website has been running smoothly with no technical problems was expecting a heavy volume of users throughout the day. >> of monday will have until jan. 6 to pay for policies >> catherine: the department of justice is investigating target'starget is also working with secret security on its own investigation. the company is facing maintaining reasonable security procedures and >>the hack compromisedthis is being called the second largest incident in
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>> catherine: a soldier, back home in florida after a seven-month deployment, surprised his girlfriend. jennifer titus was there when he popped the question. >> catherine: soldier wigberto vazquez has been away from his family for seven months serving in the army. >>"first time home since may."
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>> reporter:but, right now, he's preparing for the biggest mission of his life. >>"i am kind of sweaty right now." >> reporter:you see his girlfriend of two years, ana-lisa bosco, has no clue he's home. >> >> reporter:she's spending her sunday night at the shoppes at wiregrass in wesley chapel. watching their christmas special. >>"it's gorgeous." >> reporter:vazquez has a different plan. >> reporter:after the christmas special was over, ana-lisa was called on to stage as a winner of some mall gift cards. >> reporter:grab the tissues for what happens next. >> reporter:but the surprise was about to get even better.
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>>"ana-lisa, will you marry me?" >>"yes." >> reporter:: "and when it looks like there couldn't be any sad news when it came to this story. wigberto will be deploying overseas in march for nine months, but it look like ana-lisa will stay be busy planning her wedding. in wesley chapel tonight, jennifer titus, 10 news." >> reporter: 48 in san francisco. 44 for hayward, 41 for free one month fremont. 66 in los gatos and reaching 62 degrees in fremont. 33 for san leandro 62 for concord in danville
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as well but 60 and ocean beach and 60 for san bruno, 61 from a bottle. novado >> reporter: a little bit chilly to start the day. for your kron for all around the bay and forecast you consume plenty of sunshine clout will increase with a slight chance of rain on monday. >> catherine: the last game at candlestick is played. that is next and remember drilling gary and i decry 4
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news new year slide presentation by nissan. presented by nissan. it is the only local, live show in the bay area ringing in the new year. you will have a front row seat to the biggest and best new year's fireworks show and party. gary radnich and i will host the show. new years eve right after the kron4 news at 11.
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> reporter:april 12th 1960.giants-cardinals in what was the first game ever at candlestick park. .built as a part of promise that was made to lure the team west from new york in 1958. the giants spent the first few seasons at seals stadium before moving into the stick where they would spend the next 40 years. >> reporter:giants won that opener 3-to-1. >> reporter:from that very first baseball game at candlestick 53 years ago.to quite possibly the last game
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ever played there tonight. >> reporter:good evening everyone it's most definitely the end of an era. the 49ers joining the giants at the stick in 1971.and thanks to their dominance of 80's and 90's the stadium has played host 27 playoff games and 8 nfc championships leading to five super bowl titles and now.one last regular season game.with a playoff berth on the line no less. >> reporter: so here' the deal. if the niners win tonight they clinch at least wild card spot. .but if they beat the cardinals on the road next sunday as well. and seattle loses at home to st. louis. the 49ers would win the division and we'd have up to two more games at candlestick. let's go live to candlestick where j.r. stone is standing by.
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j.r.! >> reporter: certainly not the prettiest game history! in the making nonetheless they are out here this evening. i would like to go over some of the video we shot earlier so you see who is here >> reporter:dwight clark ... setsteve young... and jerry rice >> reporter: the second the super bowl ring that this is the what i wollastonite but there were so many memories and that is what
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everyone is talking about. >> at the to be here tonight. 49er goodbye. super bowl 24. and going to new orleans the first super bowl as a rookie you do not know what to extract. but it was more enjoyable expect. >> reporter: heard him there. had everyone who wanted to the up part of this night. t all who just walked past.
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>> reporter: digit ketchup with any fans? >> reporter: are looking for a man or something good to come out of this final season here. since final game people with the pickup trucks as christmas trees in the back and some of the christmas trees were huge. nine are gerar it was good times and hoping to have good times here in candlestick. thanks jr >> reporter:the end to the raiders miserable season can't come soon enough. they dropped to 4-and-11 after yesterday's loss to san diego which has prompted the coaches make a quarterback change. so it's back to terrell pryor one last time.
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at times ---not so good at others - gets the nod next sunday against peyton manning and the broncos. >> reporter:that means its back to to the bench for undrafted rookie matt mcgloin who showed some moxy this year but was just 1- and-5 as a starter. >>we are going to play tyrelle >> he will be the starter and we will go from there. >> reporter:tony romo finally won a meaningful game in the clutch. .but that's not the headline. romo herniated a disk in the cowboys last second win over the redskins and it appears his season is over.
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>> reporter: just south of los angeles with a halftime lead josh rosen the no. 1 junior quarterback in the country. note it ends right there and chris williams intercept. they win the california open division title. >> reporter: injuring right knee in this collision does tend brown may sideline him
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