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. good morning, now on kron4 news weekend a very cold start to this sunday. this is a lively now from the view of san francisco freeze warnings and frost advisories are in effect around the bay area. take you so much for joining us, i am justine, meteorologist dave spahr is here tracking is very cold temperatures. good morning, you're going to have to put a jacket on today, some mittens and something for your head. here's a look at the temperatures right now. we are still freezing a much -- across much -- here's a look at
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your actual numbers in the north bay, close to the freezing mark, 28 plus in livermore, 29 antioch. that is a different story. things are in the 40s right now, 39 oakland, 34 hayward. this is a little colder than where we were yesterday. like yesterday, we have statements going on here for you. these dark pink is the freeze warning. until nine this morning. the lighter pink, that is the frost advisory, san francisco downtown area the only exception that is not in this is the heat island effect and temperatures are noticeably higher there. coverage up to the north bay and coast without frost advisory with us until 9 a.m. coming up, and a little bit, we will let you know about a little chance of rain that enters our 70 forecast. back to you. >> you can always check the weather anytime with the kron4 mobile news app it is available on the app store and google play. happening now, a search for a murder suspect on the peninsula.
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police believe a a man stabbed his girlfriend to death, at her home, in san mateo. this happened saturday afternoon along south beast street near fifth avenue. tranone's kate cagle brings us the very latest on the search efforts. >>reporter: police are calming san mateo county looking for this man. anthony [ name inaudible ] >> it is very tragic. >>reporter: police first got the call at about noon. i the time they got to this home on north b street, the 34- year-old woman was dying of stabbings. she died here, and police began the manhunt for her 32-year-old boyfriend. his car was spotted in a parking garage on industrial avenue in san carlos. just 3 miles away from the crime scene. sheriff's deputies searchedsheriff's deputies searched the area, evacuating this nearby urgent care center. officers thought the suspect might be hiding in the building. the boyfriend was nowhere to be found. by about 5:15, the building was clear, industrial avenue was back open and deputies widen
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their search. san mateo police say this is most likely an example of domestic violence turned deadly. >> this particular area is not generally known for this type, for homicide such as this. >>reporter: kate cagle kron4 news. "breaking news" overnight, a suspect shot and killed a police officer in pennsylvania. veteran officer, boyd reed was killed after responding to a domestic violence call in new florence about 60 miles east of pittsburgh. the shooting led to a six hour manhunt. police were eventually able to track the suspect down, he is being identified this morning as ray shetler, he is being treated for a gunshot wound to the shoulder. so far, he has not been charged with any crime. a possible motive in the planned parenthood shooting in colorado springs we are looking at the suspected gunman, robert l. dear, according to our network partner, cnn the
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suspect mentioned baby parts and expressed anti- abortion and antigovernment views to investigators. police are not yet commenting on why robert l. dear is accused of killing three people, including the police officer. community members gathered to honor the fallen officer at the university of colorado, in colorado springs, garrett swasey was a campus police officer and he rushed to help fellow officers at the planned parenthood clinic where he was shot and killed. tranone's nationalkron4's national correspondent, mark meredith is in colorado springs for us this morning with the very latest on the investigation. >>reporter: in custody since friday, there is little police are saying about 57-year-old transix, he 57-year-old robert l. dear, he is accused of killing three people, including a police officer at this planned parenthood clinic in colorado. >> when i came out, there was an officer that came running over and said get back inside. there's an active shooter.
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>>reporter: nick polinsky is one of several people in shock over friday's attack. this weekend, nick, along with others including the town's mayor our pain there is -- their respect to those killed among them police officer garrett swasey who was killed while trying to rescue others. >> this was not his jurisdiction. he did not have to respond. but, he did, and he lost his life in the process. >>reporter: police are not expected to release any details until monday. people who once knew the suspect to tell us, they are not entirely surprised. >> i can tell you he was not stable. just in conversation, things were not cohesive. >>reporter: nine other people who were hurt in the attack are expected to make a full recovery. meanwhile, the intention remains on what if anything could have been done to stop friday's brutal assault. this morning, all flocks in colorado have been required to be at half staff until further notice by order of the state governor. we do expect to learn a little bit more on monday from investigators, but this area, where we where we are expected to remain shut down until further notice. reporting this morning in colorado springs, i am mark ardith, media general television group.
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>> this morning we are learning more about the suspected shooter, robert l. dear. he moved to colorado in 2014 and neighbors say he and a woman living at the same house, kept to themselves. according to the washington post, robert l. dear had several run-ins with the law before he moved to colorado. robert l. dear had previously been arrested in north carolina accused of cruelty to animals, and accused of being a peeping tom. he was not convicted in either case. other big news this morning, those warriors are now 18-zero and proving their nba record for the most went to start the season. golden state beat the sacramento kings last night, seth curry led the team in scoring with 19 points, and he only played 30 minutes. the warriors win by a final of 120 -101. they have now 118 in a row to start the season and they will try now to make that 19 in a row on monday with a jazz.
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they play the jazz in utah. go warriors. coming up on trying to -- kron4 news weekend, newborn abandoning california just hours after she was born. you will never believe what she was found. found. a recall connected to an e. coli outbreak at costco. after the break, the vegetable you might not want to be eating anymore.
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for your money, here's a look at some of the business news release this week. black friday shoppers are shifting from hours spent in line at stores, two more time online. the website, shopper tracker, claims sales at retail stores on black friday fell 10% to $10.4 billion this year. that is down from $11 billion last year. thanksgiving sales also dropped by the same percentage, many retailers are offering bargain deals long before thanksgiving. limiting the impact of black friday deal specials. however, adobe says online
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sales jumped over 14% on friday compared to last year. a california farma california farm is recalling a vegetable mix believed to be the source of an e. coli outbreak that has sickened 19 people in seven states. the fda says taylor farms pacific avenue tracy has recalled a mix of celery and onions used in the costco chicken salad. cosco says it uses one supplier for these vegetables. the cdc is saying the number of people sickened by the outbreak will likely grow over the next few weeks. even though the product has been removed. coming up, now that the rains have arrived, you know that wet stuff that falls on the ground. let's brush up on driving in the rain. in the next edition of people behaving badly. >> there is rain in our forecast, coming up we will take a look at the seven-day. a
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live look now at the bay bridge at the sunrise coming up. for the holiday weekend, it is the treasure island flee, it is the flea market this weekend and they have a theme of the holidays. you can see the presence there, there will also be some live reindeer. this is happening on treasure island from ten-4 p.m., admission is $3 for adults and the event is pet friendly. 14 deaths are now being
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blamed on a storm in mid- america. take a look at the flooding in texas, there's so much water on the street. right now it is moving eastward out of texas but it keeps coding some states to the north with ice making for dangerous road conditions. this is coming on a very busy holiday travel day. look at that car there. almost covered in water. a lot of people heading back, after the thanksgiving weekend, what does the weather have in store if you plan to be traveling today across the country. dave spahr is here with a look at the forecast. it is cold here. >> that is true. it's not cold and the rest of the country. the country to the east is a little bit mild. here is the pattern now, 42 downtown san francisco right now. twentys up to the north bay, as you see to the far east bay as well. twenty-eight -- 27 livermore, antioch 32. to reiterate our point here, we have a freeze and frost advisory, the freeze warning is what you see in the dark pink
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here, the light pink that is the frost advisory going on. downtown san francisco is deliberately not in there, not in the clear, quite cold still. future cast here for the afternoon, here's the nice little warm-up to get in the 50s, couple of pockets of 40 thing in a row. by 6 p.m., we get the 40s all over the place. by tomorrow morning, at seven am, you see the progress going on here. at least along the coast in the bay shoreline here that is where things are little bit more mild comparatively speaking. it looks like for tomorrow, not quite as cold as it is this morning. but plenty cold still, it looks like. a look at what happens in the afternoon, we get the daytime heating, temperatures do not do a whole lot in the forecast. . let's check this out for our temperatures, or rather what's going on upstream. we did talk about a front that was out to see, and the threat for some scattered showers. that was on monday, early part of the week.
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it does not look like it is materializing. we will see clouds developing on monday and perhaps tuesday, by the latter portion of the week wednesday and for that is when things come together for some scattered showers that were. that's check out your temperatures for the east bay shoreline, mid to upper 50s, further east bay shoreline and that is where you see them, we have lower 50s up north as you can see to the far east antioch 54, pittsburgh at 52. for the all-important seven-day forecast, we have numbers like this. it is pretty much upper 50s, but i want to draw your attention to wednesday, thursday and into friday. well, at least thursday, some scattered showers are starting to develop and everything you see so far, the models continue to agree, agree, hey, we're going to get scattered showers out of all of that there. back to you. with rain in the forecast, it is an portent -- it is important to remember when the highways get wet, the number of crashes go up. many crashes are avoidable if
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drivers would follow a few simple rules. kron4 looks at those rules in this addition of people behaving badly. >>reporter: when it rains, it is important to slow down, and yes, you can get a ticket for speeding, even if you are not expedient -- exceeding the maximum speed limit. driving on interstate 280 and the rain is interesting. i'm driving between 55-60 because of the low visibility and the slickness on the highway. you will see drivers packing -- passing me up at dangerous speeds. not dangerous if they the roads are dry, but as you can see they are wet. speed is one of the main causes of rain related crashes. often following too close in wet conditions. i'm using a camera that has a wide angle lens, it may be hard to judge distance in the video, this suv that just cut me off was too close for comfort. something else important to know, the driver had no lights on.
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when visibility is less than 1,000 feet, you are required by law to turn on your headlights. or, if you are using your -- whichever comes first. this tour buses bus is not using light while driving in the rain, however it inevitably drawn for a few miles. blinkers do not count as lights in this case. there are a lot of drivers with no lights on, you can tell because their taillights are dark. remember, safety first when using the roads, because a life you save could be your own. you might think that california highway patrol has bigger fish to fry than to pull over someone for not using the headlights. they do, they will. let's say you crash, during a rainstorm, and it is determined that you did not have your lights fully on, you could be held partially at fault for the crash. when it rains, make it a habit to turn on your headlights, even if you have automatic lights. that way it becomes habit- forming. just saying. stanley roberts, kron4 news.
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>> 770 sound a newborn baby buried alive under asphalt in southern california. deputies discovered a baby girl crying on a bike path in compton on friday. she was found wrapped in a blanket. it was believed she was only 36- 48 hours old when she was found. police say charges could be filed against the person who abandoned the newborn baby. >> that hold their -- there were rocks on top of it, which you took the stuff off, she found a newborn baby. >> right now, the charges are attempted murder and child endangerment. >> the baby's vital signs baby's vital signs were checked, and she was taken to the hospital. she is currently listed in stable condition and will remain under hospital observation. coming up on kron4 news weekend, getting ready to do your holiday shopping. areare you doing it on my? we have some tips to protect your online shopping account
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for you spend big bucks.
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the holiday shopping season is in full swing, for many of us that me shopping online. it requires an account to store credit card information. michelle clemens reports how you can create a strong password to protect her money. >>reporter: according to the national retail federation, or people are expected to shop online than ever before this holiday season. an average person will do about half of their shopping online. spending about $400. when shopping online, many times you are asked to create account and user password were checking up or the experts we talk to the say -- say hackers are getting smarter every year, how can you keep your information safe? >> letters, both capital and small, number and special characters. >>reporter: according to online security company, a hacker can
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get a password and three a password and three have minutes for it at an uppercase letter to that it takes the hacker 15 hours. add a special character to that, it takes a hacker 70 years to figure it out. he met the longer the better. the more complex the better. >>reporter: identity thieves are also getting better at hiding their crimes. >> they usually start with a very small purchase like 1 dollar just to make sure it works. and once that small purchase goes through, then they are going to turn around and start buying some big-ticket items. speeone that is why the bbb says it is important to check your credit card statements, and contact your credit card companies if you see any unexpected charges. are you worried about your children spending too much time on a tablet? our tech reporter, gabe slate, discovered a great new app which periodically locks your kids out of the device until they correctly answer math questions based on their grade level. he met up with a mother who is using this app now with her two kids. >> i think it is a great idea
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to help balance the screen time with some educational activities for the kids. >>reporter: the new app, lock it to learn, forces kids to do learning when they are passing time on the tablet or phone playing games, or watching videos. learning to unlock, i love it, it is genius. the parent -- the parents set how long before the screen locks, can be every five minutes, every two hours. the app also lets the parents & the apps the kids have access to so they cannot get into your e-mail, financials, or adult type apps. when the screen apps. when the screen locks, the questions pop up, they are generally math questions but there is also trivia stuff. the question is based on the great love of the kid, they lean toward the easier side so it is that they should be up to figure out. genesis kid -- genesis kids do not mind the interruptions. >> they actually thought it was a fun interactive game, they
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were excited when they got the questions correct. in this day and age, you can't not let them have electronics as part of their life. having a piece of mind of getting educational screen time, as well as what they wanted to do, really helped create that balance and peace of mind for the parents. >>reporter: with your tech trends, gabe slate. according to the sign behind me, temperatures here in me, temperatures here in walnut creek are freezing. i would tell you what you need to know if you have to bear the call. -- cold.
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a very cold start to this sunday here on kron4 news weekend, we are tracking all of the temperatures for you across the bay. meteorologist, dave spahr will have a look at the forecast in just a few minutes. the first we will start with kron4's avery harper she is live in walnut creek. how cold is it? >>reporter: it says that it is 34 degrees here in downtown walnut creek. i can assure you it feels even colder than that. i have gloves on, have a scarf on, i am dressed in layers, and that is how you need to dress if you plan on coming outside here at walnut creek. i have three pairs of socks on, just to keep warm, and i can tell you it feels as though i am wearing a t-shirt and shorts, it is that cold out here. the cold will penetrate anything you are wearing. i have a water bottle here that i plan to see if it would freeze, 34 degrees is freezing, so hopefully, by the end of our show it will have shown some
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signs of freezing. i had a cup of coffee that i wanted to show you guys to show the steam rising off the coffee, but i could not hold out, i had to drink it because it is that cold out here. hopefully we will be able to talk to some people out here. i see some bikers coming up in the distance, looks like they are wearing full ski masks to protect themselves from the cold. that is another way to protect yourself if you have to come out here in the cold today. it is freezing, 34 degrees i will be here throughout the morning to update you. back to you in the studio. >> we can see your breath there. meteorologist, dave spahr is here with a look at the cold start to the day and when temperatures will warm up. >> good morning, avery, keep warm. she was wearing a hat, though, wasn't she? >> no a scarf. >> a scarf is good, she has to get a hat. this is some of the numbers we are talking about in the north bay, santa rosa 24, novato 27,
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the coffee is going to freeze at the far east bay upper 20s as well. twenty-eight pleasanton, livermore 27, antioch 32, the peninsula comparatively speaking is somewhat mild in the 40s department. much of the bay perimeter, is close to the freezing mark, but again this morning, san mateo 31 kind of a chilly spot. no surprise that this, it has been restated and reissued the frost advisory, freeze warning. this is with us until 9 a.m. the dark pinks that you see there, that is for the freeze warning it extends all the way up through wine country, concord, concord, livermore and then right around the bay, the perimeter of the bay that is where the frost advisory is and covering the north bay, you see there as well. downtown san francisco, deliberately is not enough. upstream, what in the period of stream, what is going on? we are talking about the induction of some cloud cover maybe tomorrow, not so much tonight, but some are. the thought was perhaps earlier
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that this frontal boundary might bring us some showers, let's call that a chance of a sprinkle. beyond that., it is kind of quiet with some moderation until we get to the middle of the week and ultimately it looks like we will get scattered showers in here by wednesday into thursday. the breakdown for you going on in san jose. fifty-six by 2 o'clock, 55 at 4 p.m. that is comparatively speaking mild and back down to business with the lower 50s 45 by happening at 8 p.m. this evening. what you can expect for today, by noon 55 for the coast, 48 inland, still quite chilly as you can see. basically most the cut -- sunny skies. 5 o'clock back down to 48 for those inland valleys as they pop in the lower 50s as we were talking about the bay at about 50. most of the us is now cooling- off, we do have a a little pocket here on the east coast, the southeast comparatively speaking, warm 68 atlanta, miami at 83. with this front bringing some showers, you saw texas and
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along the plane states on the cold stuff out west, we are as well, we are waiting a little bit in the way of moderation. 50s, upper 50s, half moon bay 57, palo 57, palo alto matching that, san mateo up to 56 today after chilly start of the lower 30s here. san francisco 56. for the self- pay you can expect readings mostly in the upper 50s, one of the warmer numbers we have, at least for today. there are 60s in the seven-day, we will get to that in just a bit. justine. happening now, part of a knees bay road is still close, as crews worked to repair a water main break in lafayette. the break sent water rushing down the streets. we have the latest on repair efforts. >> oh, my gosh. >>reporter: this is the scene from carl front and side yards on friday. hundreds, if not thousands of gallons of water gushing through the fence, after east bay sends the 66-year-old
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cast iron pipe burst. >> i heard this rumbling, it's like like a scene out of the movie. he was interesting. >>reporter: deep underground, this is what caused the mess and splintered 15-foot section of damaged pipe, possibly busted open by cold weather. >> luckily, the break is far enough away from the house, that it missed a part of the house. if it was another hundred feet up, it would probably have flooded this entire house. >>reporter: the broken main reported just before 5 o'clock friday afternoon. since then, crews working nonstop to replace the damaged section with pvc piping. strong plastic that will serve as a permanent replacement. aren't you glad you are out of water for a little while,. >> yeah. and, of course. >>reporter: his neighbor lives directly in front, just above the damage. how are you making do? >> my mom had to go get some
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water from safeway. just, you know, living like the amish way, i guess. we have to make do. >>reporter: down the road, he may have to seek some financial restitution for the harm done to his yard. >> luckily, i have relatives close by. we just came back from taking a shower, and feeding our kids. >>reporter: in lafayette, trying to. >> east bay mud says once water is resorted to be a few more days you for that road is reopened. the "breaking news" we have been telling about this morning, severe weather is wreaking havoc on parts of the south and midwest. flooding and winter he precipitated is blamed for more deaths in texas and kansas. icy conditions in oklahoma snarled traffic and caused widespread power outages. jonathan cooper reports. >> it's been crazy, i've been waiting for to come falling down
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down. like completely. >>reporter: businesses near 15 15th and santa fe and edmund were in for quite a surprise saturday morning. >> it came crashing down, exploded and that we lost lost power for a good three hours afterwards. >>reporter: this power pole, and its lines collapsed. the poll buried -- barely hanging on knockdown power to surrounding buildings including this liquor store per the collapse is one of many problems caused by the okc metro this weekend. early this morning, this ups truck flipped along i to 40. other cars spun out hitting black ice on bridges and overpasses. the big problem, for many, are scenes like this. accumulating ice bringing down trees, and in some cases, blocky roadways. the ice also wreaking havoc on power lines leaving thousands in the dark. this early-season storm already leaving some ready for warmer weather. >> i love my summer. i miss my summer.
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>> that was jonathan cooper reporting. 14 deaths are being blamed on that storm. happening today, the national security agency is expected to and it's weaving collection of americans phone records. the controversial program began 14 years ago under president george w. bush and was kept secret until edward snowden leaked its existence in 2013. in june, president obama signed a reform measure that took away the agency's authority to collect of the record. under the new law, the nsa the nsa must now get a warrant, or court order to collect phone data from telecommunications companies. facebook is extending parental leave for its employees across the world. all new parents will now receive four months of paid baby leave, no matter their gender. this policy comes just days after facebook ceo announced he will take two months of mature -- paternity leave when his daughter is born. he shared in a facebook post, studies show that when working parents tend to take more time to be with their newborns, outcomes are better for
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children, and their families. world leaders will meet this monday to try to iron out a new global agreement on climate change. the meeting is in paris, and it comes just a little over two weeks after those deadly terrorist attacks there. jim tenormin reports with our cnn partnership, security is now a bigger concern. >>reporter: a wind turbine has parted in the middle of the avenue. a planetary globe has appeared in the middle of the environmental ministry. being paved over with solar panels. the city is awash in displays and innovations. gerard [ name inaudible ] single-handedly rowboats across the atlantic and oceans. is said to be the largest solar power and oceangoing vessel. >> into the ocean, i am very pleased to bring here in paris a piece of the sea.
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>>reporter: don to paris for the coming two weeks, this is make or break time for climate change. later, will be too late, say the signs of foreign ministry. himself knows trying to get the nations of the world to agree on anything is a tall order. and never before, in france, or anywhere have there been negotiations quite like these. starting monday, 195 countries will gather at a purpose filled the conference center north of paris. to try to find agreements on worldwide limitations on greenhouse gases. the complex negotiations were nearly overshadowed either vicious terrorist attacks in paris two weeks ago, which at first seemed as if they might endanger the meetings here. in fact, some people felt the climate talks should be called off. >> i am not convinced about the necessity at this moment to organize this event. i think we have other priorities today, even if the environment is very important.
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>>reporter: foremost, those worldwide issues trumpet even terrorist concerns. in a way, the paris conference is just too big to call off. everyone from the pope on down has emphasized how important it is for the planet to concentrate on the climate issues. pres. francois hollande said the best response to the terrorist attacks is to carry on with the climate summit. protecting the nearly 150 heads of state and 40,000 delegates who are expected will be a real challenge for french security forces. 2800 police and army will patrol the site itself, a thousand more reinforce the french borders. in all, 120,000 security personnel will be mobilized across the country. the leaders will only attend the first two days of the conference, but miles of roads will have to be closed off to get them to and from the conference site. something that is expected to show normally impossible french traffic into chaos. with popular demonstrations, serious negotiations, the
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climate conference will go on. it is something the world leaders feel simply cannot be postponed any longer. jim bitterman cnn, paris. donald trump faced protesters, again this weekend in florida, but this time he tried a more polite approach to injecting the person who interrupted him. the republican presidential candidate held a rally in sarasota on saturday. what a protester started shouting, trump asked the crowd not to hurt him, and to nicely escort the personnel. this comes after trump supporters punched and kicked a black lives matter protester who interrupted a rally in alabama. trump later suggested that the black lives matter protester should have been roughed up. >> of the last rally, we had one person, we have 15,000 people, we had one person who was really, really being bad. really being bad. and it was horrible. it was horrible.
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we said get him out, get him out, a little bit rough, and i got criticize. today, you are my witness, could i have been nicer? >> trumps' campaign rally is scheduled for monday in georgia. president obama and his daughters did their part to help celebrate small business saturday. the president along with his daughters visited a bookstore in washington. at that local bookstore they stopped to buy some books, they also got some frozen treats at a nearby dc popsicle shop. small business saturday is an american shopping holiday the day after black friday to celebrate and support local businesses. i definitely took part in that yesterday. i will take part in any shopping day, let's be honest. the last day of the san francisco international auto show is today. dozens of car manufacturers are there showing off their new 2016 models per this is happening at the must only a center from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. tonight. admission is $10.
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a live look at san francisco international airport on what is expected to be an extremely busy travel day today, as people had back from the thanksgiving weekend. a cold day there, there is crazy weather all across the country. meteorologist, dave spahr is here now the forecast. good morning everybody, it is a cold start for us here in the bay. we have statements that are all enforced, we will get to that in just a second. still hanging in the 20s, that is pretty much mirrored off to the far east bay. typically not as cold, we're looking at 27 livermore,
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pleasanton 28, 28 concord, 32 antioch. when you go around the perimeter of the bay, most readings are in the 30s, sunnyvale 32, san jose pair of threes, san mateo at 13 -- 31. along the peninsula, a moderate trend here in the 40s, at least, that seems balmy compared to our neighbors separate the frost advisory freeze affect and -- until 9 a.m. this point. what's going to help us all out with this? ultimately we have scattered clouds in here, we may not notice it so much for tonight, by monday night the trend will start to build. we will have some moderation, still look for some chile starts for us.
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let's see what happens for today. a little warm up we have in the afternoon. macymay see some 60s pop out here and there, for the most part we're going to call it the 50s. cold and chilly 40s hanging around those valleys off towards the east. tonight, by 6 p.m. we have everybody sought by the 40s with pockets of 30s here and there in the valleys. tonight they take over, just about everywhere except along the perimeter of the bay itself. peninsula, and parts of marin county as you see. then comes the warm-up for monday afternoon, and then into monday night we go back down again. a little bit moderate each step in monday we are talking about low chances of rain developing, we will mention a sprinkler with all of that. that may be a player for that, what we can get most out of this in the short term. is some scattered clouds into monday night. that will aid in terms of our cooling affects overnight to the radiation of cooling we sometimes cooling we sometimes talk about. upstream later on there is more
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moisture coming in from the pacific and the time he now maybe starting as early as wednesday night. into thursday. that is the next day we want to put our cards on to see some scattered showers. fiftys across the board, you can see mid to upper 50s around the bay perimeter antioch 54, 52 livermore, north bay upper to middle 50s. on the east bay shoreline, mid to upper 50s that work for the ultimate high today. fifty-six alameda, 56 richmond with berkeley at 57. fremont, as well, 56. in the far east bay, little bit cooler numbers in the lower 50s this go around. we will get more highs as we go forward, prior to the rain getting here which it happened by the end of the week. again, maybe a sprinkle, then we get to the latter portion of the forecast. notice how temperatures go back down a little bit to the lower 60s here.
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and even in the coastal regions we see that as well. justine. big news, we continue to follow people in colorado springs who are still trying to pick up the pieces after the tragic events inside a planned parenthood. the community held a vigil on saturday to support one another in this time of tragedy. reporter greg shows us how the horrible events are now bringing people together. [silence] >>reporter: just a few steps from the surreal on centennial. life crawls towards normalcy, even if only in small steps inside the king superstar cannot. people trying to get two cars that 24 hours before, when they had to leave behind. >> the guy was shooting everything, bullets going everywhere. we were told to stay in our
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cars. it was a long day. >>reporter: chase brown is one of them. >> especially on black friday when everybody was supposed to be shopping and everything. eating ready for christmas. ♪ amazing grace. >>reporter: in downtown colorado springs -- >> i am heartbroken that we are in the situation again, and again, and again. >>reporter: -- a vigil for the fallen, leslie harris one of friday's nemesis. >> i heard there isi heard there is an active shooter. i did not know where. >>reporter: all the while, in the back, jennifer listens, longing to reach out. >> my deepest condolences for the horrific act of violence for the organization and a community see one reading a letter she wrote to families who lost loved ones, and to planned parenthood. [inaudible] she will not have far to go to
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deliver her message. planned parenthood rocky mountain president's authority here. >> they come for abortions, and all of those are life-saving services that we provide. see one meantime, back at the king superstar cannot, chase brown's wife asking the questions, still, on everybody's mind. >> i just want to know why? why did he -- why? >>reporter: the president of the planned parenthood rocky mountain region said while the centennial location will remain close for the time being,. [silence] >> we will have more of the suspected planned parenthood shooter i hear he i had here i had here and try to weaken. an elderly man in washington state is alive thanks too for good samaritans. they got him to safety after his car got stuck on some train tracks right before a freight train came barreling by. reporter steve mccarron has more on the dramatic rescue
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toscana video. >> it's dark out here. >>reporter: a cell phone camera capture nearly everything. >> he was stuck on the straps. >>reporter: a couple face with a man who just drove his car on the train tracks right in front of his home. confused, not knowing how he got there. >> you must have taken a left hair, thick and it was about. >>reporter: unable to move his car, the two encouraged him to unbuckle his seatbelt and get out. right as he walked around to the other side, they realized a freight train is barreling down the tracks. >> come on, come on, there's a train coming. sir, come on. >> we've got to go! >> come on, come on, come on. >> i've seen cars had before, trains do not stop on a dime. >>reporter: panicked and not knowing how much time they had, since any -- symphony said --
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daniel stopped his cell stuffed his cell phone into his pocket as the train's horn gets louder and louder less than 30 seconds later this -- >> across the car like a can. it crashed the car like a can. >>reporter: adrenaline was still pumping as a visitor the track this morning amazed the man got out in the nick of time. >> he was happy -- he was thankful. >>reporter: not heroes, just for friends who simply did the right thing. to think, they would have never known the man was stuck if he had not gone outside to move his car. >> we were all in the right place at the right time. everything lined up in the right way for him to be alive still. >> that was steve mccarron reporting.
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a woman in florida who desperately needed a kidney foundation matches through an online dating site. erica suffers from polycystic kidney disease and she found her kidney match, jennifer thomas, thanks to her friend swiping right on tender. erica left the hospital just in time to celebrate things giving with her family and a woman, who she now considers one of her loved ones. >> i love everyone that i have gone to meet through the whole experience. it has changed my life. >> through a blind day, ball things, it was a connection. it was a connection about hope, and about saving a life. >> erica and jennifer say they want to continue helping other people who suffer from the same disease. there is a good reason to join a dating app if i ever heard one. let's get a check now of our forecast, a forecast, a very cold start to the day on the sunday, but it should warm up. we're going to have a hard time taking out of the 50s this morning. good morning everyone, even the afternoon highs,, lots of
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sunshine, enjoy that, bring your shades. oh yes, it will be cold. here's the progress thus far. the north bay is the cold spot with readings already in the lower 20s, still remaining in the 20s. we have 28 going on in nevada. peninsula is the modern trend here we see in the lower 40s. around the bay parameters pretty much in the 30s, it appears some of these numbers, we do have a couple of numbers that stand out. san mateo 3133 san jose, i think it was lower than that that it was yesterday. off to oakland at 39, concord 31 with pleasanton at 28. everyone is uniformly very cold this month to get things started. and then, we will see, our nightly lows will moderate because of the induction of some cloud cover that is in the forecast. we do have a frost advisory, and freeze warning until 9 o'clock. in the dark pink that you see here. that is the freeze warning. you can see it is away from the
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ocean, we from the coast come away from water. as that is where numbers tend to tumble just as the summer months, these are the spots that tend to be the warmest because they are not cooled by the ocean. water does not move around temperature wise as much is air does. we see downtown san francisco not in any of this as a technicality. outside the cold temperatures, which was they are moderating. monday, some scattered cloud cover will come, technically let's keep a sprinkle in there for insurance purposes. out to sea, more moisture coming our way, the timing of this next batch wednesday into thursday. scattered showers are part of the big day to put your cars on his thursday. maybe lingering a little into friday. another way that may hit us into the weekend. there is more hope upstream. this is not cold core low stuff, maybe the snow levels will not be as low as the last batch. pushed snow levels down to 2,003.
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san francisco, the breakdown today mid-fifties territory from the noon hour to the early afternoon. by this evening, that is when temperature start to retreat. fifty-two by 6 p.m., by abm down to 50 per not much in the way of winds, little boys -- breeze we should make note of. it is pretty much all mid to upper 50s is the best we can muster up for today. beyond that. we will see, the seven day forecast a little improvement. travel forecast coming from the east coast that is where temperatures are moderate, 83 for miami, 68 atlanta, on the other side of the front temperatures plummet, these are highs, by the way. into the west coast we are finally starting to moderate a little bit out of our icebox type temperatures. for today, the pencil not -- peninsula, 56 san mateo, san bruno. heading to the north, here's the recovery rehab. upper 50s, send -- san rafael.
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we keep talking about the timing of this next batch of rain. the big thing is to get into some cloud cover here that will help with those overnight lows. i the time get to wednesday into thursday per there you go for the scattered showers. somewhat of a more sing song winter pattern with winter we get more precipitation but that's a good thing. now on kron4 news weekend more things you need to know for the weekend. monday, the golden state warriors will look to keep their history making winning streak alive. the warriors will take on the jazz monday night in utah. if golden state can pull off the victory, they will improve to 19-zero. tipoff is at 6 p.m. monday, themonday, the man accused of the planned parenthood shooting in colorado springs will make his first court appearance.
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robert l. dear is accused of shooting and killing three people including a police officer on friday morning. on monday, we are also hoping to learn more about the motive the shooting. the first trial for one of the six officers involved in the death of freddie gray take place on monday. gray died while in police custody in baltimore. his death led to protest that erected into looting and are separate officer, william porter, will be the first of six officers to go on trial for gray's death. each officer will be tried separately in consecutive trials. and the charges against these officers range from second- degree murder to miss contact in office -- misconduct in office. we are always tracking the forecast, very cold forecast, very cold temperatures to start but we will barely get into the 60s today. and we are expecting rain later on. david will have a closer look at the forecast coming up at the top of the next hour. for the second time in eight weeks, several people have fallen ill after ingesting
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a synthetic marijuana drug called spice, this is happening now in san diego. more than one dozen people were hospitalized on saturday. authorities say they had varying symptoms. last weekend several people were also hospitalized after overdosing on a bad batch of spice. right now, police are still trying to track down the drugs, and its makers. for the weekend, it is day to of the xc holiday emporium in san francisco. shop and support over 180 local local -- this is happening up here 35 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. i saw some post on facebook, it was crowded there yesterday. a lot of people were enjoying being able to buy some holiday gifts. if you go, admission is free.
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here on kron4 news weekend, a very cold start to this sunday morning, as we take a life look now here in san francisco. we see the blue skies, we see the blue bay, it should be a
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beautiful, gorgeous day, even though there are freeze warnings and frost advisory's affect around the bay area. good morning, thank you for joining us. meteorologist, dave spahr is here tracking those very low temperatures. i cannot believe we barely break the 60s today. >> i know, i am like men in black here, the arms you can see and everything. you are tough. >> i got dressed up for you this morning. >> you are tough, i am still cold. >> you were joking with me that you are going to do the weather outside on the weather deck later, and i was going to joan you -- join you like this. >> you will get a cold, and we will get blamed for that. i would have toughened up for you, though. >> you are right though, cold as it is, a ligature current amateurs. upper 20s as we speak, new numbers coming out right now. twenty-four santa rosa, 28 novato, in the far east bay couple degrees below freezing in some spots.
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pleasanton 27, 27 also livermore. and up to concord at 31, antioch is hovering at the freezing margrethe metal know, technically when you are right at the freezing mark and you have liquid water, in theory now, it will not freeze. if you have ice, at 32, in theory, it will not freeze, because you are right at the freezing mark. but, if you are below that is when you get freezing, and above you get melting. frost advisory and freeze warning, the dark pink you see here, that is where the freeze warning is, and then for the lighter pink that is where the frost advisory is with the exception of san francisco downtown, they are not seeing any of this. this is pretty much of the story we had from yesterday, the time periods were looking at 9 o'clock for this 9 o'clock for this all to change. and for change to happen, this frontal boundary here, the big solution with it, some scattered clouds maybe a little bit tonight, but more important forward tonight into early next week as we have a different weather pattern way out to sea there.
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mid-level moisture arriving on thursday and get some scattered showers in here. it looks like a shopper rain. highs today for oakland 57 by 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 56 down 47 as you can see by eights, and the breakdown for you buy new, we are talking 55 at the coast, 53 at the bay, 48 inland and at 5 p.m. we are back to 48 as we brush into the 50s briefly. at the coast at 50, and at the bay 54. here is the effort for high temperatures, the best we are going to do, mid to upper 50s, oakland 58, downtown san francisco 56 and the far east bay because they have such a hill to climb because they are much cooler this morning, pleasanton 54 livermore at 52. coming up in a little bit will take a look at the seven-day forecast, let you know, pinpoint this rain coming our way and the cloud cover and finding some moderation in there. justine. >> you can track the weather anytime with the kron4 news
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mobile app it's available on the app store, and google placer. happening now, a search for a murder suspect on a murder suspect on the peninsula, police believe a man stabbed his girlfriend to death at her home in san mateo. this happened saturday afternoon along b street near fifth avenue. tranone'skron4's kate cagle brings us the very latest on the search efforts. >>reporter: police are coming san mateo county for this man. anthony [ name inaudible ] >> it is very tragic. >>reporter: police first got the call at about noon. by the time they got to this home on north b street look 34-year-old woman was dying of stabbings. she died here, as police began the manhunt for her 22-year-old boyfriend. thirty30 minutes later, his car was spotted in a parking garage on industrial avenue in san carlos. just 3 miles away from the crime scene. sheriff's deputies searched the area, evacuating a nearby urgent care center. officers thought the suspect might be hiding in the building. the boyfriend was nowhere to be
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found. by about 5:15, the building was clear, industrial avenue was back open and deputies widened their search. san mateo police say this is most likely an example of domestic violence, turn to deadly. >> this particular area is not generally known for this type -- homicide touches -- such as this this. >>reporter: kate cagle tried to. "breaking news" overnight a police officer a police officer shot and killed, a veteran officer, lloyd reed was killed after responding to a domestic violence call in new florence. florence. this is about 60 miles east of pittsburgh. that shooting led to a six hour manhunt. police were eventually able to track down the suspect. he is now being identified as ray [ name inaudible ] and being treated for a gunshot wound to his shoulder. a possible motive into the shooting at a planned parenthood clinic in colorado springs.
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we are looking here at the suspected gunman, robert l. dear. according to our network partner, cnn, the suspect mentioned ab parts, and expressed antiabortion, antigovernment views to investigators. police are not yet commenting though on a motive. robert l. dear is accused of killing three people, including a police officer. community members gathered to honor the fallen officer at the university of colorado in colorado springs. garrett swasey was a campus police a campus police officer, and he rushed to help fellow officers at that planned parenthood clinic where he was shot and killed. kron4 national correspondent mark meredith is in colorado springs with the very latest on the investigation this morning. >>reporter: in custody since friday, still, there is little put -- police are saying about transects -- robert l. dear. >> when i came out, there is enough so that came running over and said get back inside,
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there is inside, there's an active shooter. >>reporter: nick is one of several people still in shock over friday's attack. this weekend, nick, along with others including the town's mayor are paying their respects to those killed, among them police officer garrett swasey who was killed while trying to rescue others. this was not his jurisdiction. he did not have to respond. but, he did, and he's lost his life in the process. >>reporter: police are not expected to release any details until monday per people who. people who once knew the suspect tell us, they are not entirely surprised. >> you tell he was not stable -- just in conversation things were not cohesive. >>reporter: nine other people who were hurt in the attack, are expected to make a full recovery. a full recovery. meanwhile, the attention remains on what, if anything could have been done to stop friday's brutal assault. this morning, all flags in colorado have been required to be at half staff until further notice by order of the state governor. we do expect to learn a little bit more on monday, from investigators, this area where
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we are is expected to remain shut down until further notice. reporting this morning in colorado springs, i am mark meredith, media general television group. >> this morning we are learning more about the suspected shooter, robert l. dear, he moved to colorado in 2014 and neighbors say he and a woman living together kept to themselves, and according to the washington post, robert l. dear had several run-ins with the law before he moved to colorado. the newspaper is reporting that robert l. dear had been arrested in north carolina accused of cruelty to animals, and accused of being a peeping tom. he was not convicted in either case. other big news this morning, the warriors 18-zero improving their nba record for the most went to start the season. golden state beat the sacramento kings last night. seth curry led the team scoring 19 points and he only played for 30 minutes. the warriors one by a final of 120-101. they have now 118 in a row to start the season. season. the warriors will try to make
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it 19 in a row on monday, they take on the jazz in utah. for your money, here's a look at some of the latest business news release this week. black friday shoppers are shifting from hours spent in line at stores, two more time online. the website, shop tracker, claims that sales at retail stores on black friday, sold -- fell 10% to $10.4 billion that is down from 11 billion last year. sent -- thanksgiving sales drop by the same percentage. many retailers offering those bargain deals long before thanksgiving limiting the impact of the black friday special. however, adobe says online sales jumped over 14% on friday compared to last year. we have not even hit cyber monday yet. a. a california farm is recalling a vegetable mix believed to be the source of the e. coli outbreak that has sickened 19 people in seven states. the fda says taylor farms pacifico tracy has recalled a
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mix of celery and onions used in the costco chicken salad. costco says it uses one supplier for those vegetables are the cdc says it expects the number of people second by the outbreak to grow over the next few weeks. even though the product has been removed from store shelves. sheriff's deputies found a newborn baby buried alive under asphalt in southern california. deputies discover the baby girl crying on a bike path in compton friday. she was found wrapped in a blanket. it was believed she was only 36- 48 hours old when she was found. police say charges could be filed against the person who abandoned the newborn baby. >> that hold their -- i believe that was a whole and had pieces of wood on top of it. which you took the stuff off, she found a newborn baby. >> right now the charges are attempted murder, and child endangerment.
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>> the baby's vital babies vital signs were checked, and she was taken to the hospital but she is currently listed in stable condition. and will remain under hospital expert -- observation. let's take a live look outside at the bay bridge toll plaza on the sunday morning. it's about to be a very a very busy travel day print so far, the bridge nice and smooth this morning for no problems there at all.
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a teenage girl in texas is dying for the people she needs most, her parents live a half a world away, and she cannot get permission to get them to come visit her in the us. that all changed last night when they arrived in houston. there is a sad twist to what was supposed to be a very happy reunion. we have the story. >>reporter: this is what it
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looks like when all of your prayers come true. after more than ten years, this family is reunited. [inaudible] >> thank you for helping us. >>reporter: flew here from pakistan to see their daughter [ name inaudible ] >> we are so happy. i swear. this is the one true wish. >>reporter: we introduce you to her two weeks ago, the outgoing 18-year-old suffers from a horrible autoimmune disease. for months, doctors have said she does not have much time to live. her dying wish is to see her parents. >> waking up each day hoping my parents would come and hug me. >>reporter: she was born here in houston, she is an american citizen. what her parents are pakistani citizens. for years, their travel visa applications have been denied. after we got both immigration attorney gordon quan, and the congressman john colbert and
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evolve, their visas were finally granted. >> of the young lady credit, was her willpower, her desire to see her parents that really brought this to everybody's attention. >>reporter: once the choppers arrive at memorial hermann, they got the news. she has been unconscious, unable to open her eyes. since midnight. doctors say her chances of survival are slim. but it is still possible. he met my >> my last wish, i want to see them. i do not want to leave this world without seeing them. it has been all my life, and i do not know how long i am going to last. >> the chopper family is asking for the public's thoughts and prayers hoping to see their daughter consciously more time. coming up, now that the rains have arrived, you know that wet stuff for drivers panic when it falls on the ground. let's brush up on driving, in the rain, i will give you more information in the next
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addition of people behaving badly.
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we are back with tranfour, 14 deaths "breaking news", 14 deaths are being blamed on a storm in mid-america. take a look at this flooding in texas. right now, it is moving eastward out of texas, but it keeps coding some states, in the north, and ice making for some really dangerous driving conditions. this is coming at a very, very busy travel day. the sunday after thanksgiving. that car there, almost practically covered in floodwaters. dave spahr is here with a look at the forecast across the country. you are already seeing some airport delays? >> you are talking about that stormy action in the middle of the country, that is the eastern part of the storm that moved through our area just recently. we are having airport delays out of philadelphia, and out of newark, and new york airports as far as they are concerned, that they are running 45 minutes or so, hopefully that will not cause too much of a domino effect here on a big busy travel day. you never know.
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that is the latest we have those two east coast airports. a good portion of the country pulling off. the front is outlined here, you can see here, you can see ahead of it temperatures mild. but stormy weather along with the front still cold up in the north bay. napa 31, 28 for novato, 26 santa rosa, 40s along the peninsula for the most part. chilly territory, subfreezing as you can see from pleasanton. i do have a frost advisory, freeze warning, the darker pink is from the freeze warning. lighter pink going off into the frost advisory this morning. san francisco deliberately not in that. two pm p.m. we do have chilly spots hanging in the 40s and some of those inland valleys. then, they return, everybody gets into the 40s by 6 p.m. and there comes a really cold stuff this more morning -- tomorrow morning.
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tomorrow afternoon, temperatures warm up a little bit and then going forward into tomorrow night, cloud cover maybe not as cold as we have experienced. again, this system out towards the west, it might bring us some sprinkles early next week. still maybe that possibility here, it is going to throw some cloud cover a little bit for tomorrow night. upstream there is more moisture to watch out for to bring us some scattered showers. that will happen by the latter portion of the week. along the peninsula today, coastal white, 50s along the bay shoreline, 56 san mateo, redwood city 56, 57 palo alto. upper 50s to the south as you can see most readings there just shy of the 60-degree mark. i did mention the rain word. thursday seems to be the big day for that to arrive. lingering a little bit into friday, another system for next weekend. you can always track that on kron4.com with the radar, and let you know what is happening as you walk out the door.
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with rain in the forecast, it is important to remember when bay area highways gets wet, the number of crashes go up and the chp says many of these crashes are avoidable if drivers would just follow a few simple rules. kron4's stanley roberts looks at some of those rules in this addition of people behaving badly. speeone with rain, it is important to slow down. down. and yes, you can get a ticket for speeding even if you are not exceeding the maximum speed limit. driving on interstate 280 in the rain is interesting. i am actually driving between 55-60 because of low visibility and the slickness of the highway. if you want, you will see drivers passing me up at dangerous speeds. not dangerous of the road were dry, as you can see, it is not. speed is one of the leading causes of rain related crashes. often following too close for the conditions, not leaving enough stopping distance is also a major cause for crashes. i have a -- cam who has allied
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allied -- wide angle lens. this suv who just cut me off was too close for comfort. something else important to know, the driver had no lights on. inclement and clement weather when visibility is less than 1000 feet you are required, by law, to required, by law, to turn on your headlights. if you are using your wipers in continuous use, whichever comes first. this tour buses bus is not using lights while driving in the rain, however, he did have his signal on for a few miles. they do not count as lights in this case. a lot of drivers with no lights on, you can tell because their taillights are dark. remember, safety first, because a life you save could be your own. you might think that california highway patrol has bigger fish to fry. then to pull over someone for not using your headlights. they do, and they will. keep this in mind, say you crash during a rainstorm, and it is determined that you do not have your lights on. you could be held partially at fault for the crash. when it rains, make it a habit to turn on your headlights.
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stanley roberts, trying to -- kron4 news. coming up on kron4 news weekend, getting ready to do your holiday shopping online. we have some tips how to protect your online shopping account. for the weekend it is the original famous twang sunday in san francisco. enjoy life country music happening at the parkside from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. we will take a quick break and be right back.
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the holiday shopping season is in full swing for many of us that me shopping online. online shopping requires an account to store your credit card information. michelle clemens reports how you can create a strong password to protect your money. >>reporter: according to the national retail federation, more people are expected to shop online than ever before,,
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this holiday season. an average person will do about half their shopping online spending about $400. when shopping online, many times you are asked to create an account that stores your credit card information and reasons pass -- uses passwords check it out. hackers are getting smarter every year. how can you keep your account say? >> s, n small, letters of special characters. >>reporter: a hacker can guess in a character lowercase password and three and a half minutes. add an uppercase letter to that, it takes the hacker 15 hours. add a special character to that, it takes the hacker 70 years to figure it out. >> the longer the better, and the more complex the better. >> identity thieves are also getting better at hiding their crimes. >> they usually start with a very small purchase, like 1 dollar just to make sure that it works. and once that small purchase goes through, then they are going to turn around and start
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buying some big-ticket items. >>reporter: that is why the bbb says it is important to check your credit card statement and contact your credit card company if you see any unexpected charges. i am live in walnut creek to tell you about the chilly temperatures out here this morning. i will let you know what you need to know about the cold coming up. this winter, take advantage of our season's best offers on the latest generation of cadillacs. the 2016 cadillac srx. get this low-mileage lease from around $339 per month, or purchase with 0% apr financing.
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good morning, 830 on the sunday morning as we take a life look outside right now. at the beautiful bay here in san francisco, there are freeze warnings and frost advisories and a factor in the bay area. if you are waking up right now, it is chilly out there. thank you so much for joining us, meteorologist, dave spahr is tracking those low temperatures. how low will they go? labs -- gloves are not a bad idea. it will warm up this afternoon.
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how about that? >> if you can make it 70, that would be better. >> you are pushing the envelope there. here's a look at our current conditions, 30s up there in the north bay as you can see right now. twenty-eight, excuse me, napa 31, and then along the peninsula 40's territory, oakland 43, san mateo 31, in the far east east bay 28 pleasanton and livermore right at the freezing market 32. there it is, the frost advisory , freeze warning couple together. light pink rather indicates the frosted by three. downtown san francisco not in that, technically because of the pack to city. the satellite and radar what it tells us is upstream some cloud cover, that is probably the biggest feature in that, because when you get cloud cover above you you do not get as much of that radiation all cooling thing which allows the temperatures to tumble so much. that may shave off our overnight lows may be a few degrees to give them out of that danger zone. san jose to break down a 56, by 2 p.m. 55f for, we are back down to 50 at six, and it is into the 40s
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beyond the breakdown today from the noon hour, as it struggles to get to the 50s for this afternoon. we reach our afternoon high in the retreat by 5 o'clock. back down to the upper 40s for those inland valleys. fifty-four at the bay. coming up in a bit will check into your seven day forecast. justine. kron4's avery harper's life for us in walnut creek where it is very, very cold out there. good morning, avery, how are you staying warm? >>reporter: i am standing i am standing in the sun, that is the only way to stay warm out here in downtown walnut creek. it is a creek. it is a very chilly 34 degrees. i don't know if you guys can re- decide behind me here at the bay, it's a chilly 34 degrees. i have been out here all morning, it is very cold and the cold air penetrates whatever you are wearing. i am wearing quite a few layers and i have gloves on, and a hat, a scarf, i had three pairs of socks all in an effort to stay
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warm particularly hard to. it's really hard to do that out here. i talked to one man out here, he said he describes the cold as god being bad at us, because he says it is that cold out. he has never experienced this kind of cold here in the bay area. not many people out here this morning in downtown walnut creek. if you have to bear the cold, cold, i suggest that you dress in layers as well it is very cold out here. i know it is going to warm up later, it is not very warm out here. you need some layers. i will be here throughout the morning to talk to more people hopefully as people get out and about this sunday morning. back to you in the studio. >> we will check back with you later. happening right now, east bay road is still closed as crews worked to repair a water main break in lafayette. this break sent water rushing down the street. kron4 has the very latest on repair efforts. >> oh, my god. >>reporter: this is the scene from carl's front and side yards on friday.
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hundreds, if not thousands of gallons of water gushing through the fence, after east bay mud says the 66-year-old cast iron pipe burst on station road. >> i heard this rumbling, it was like a movie. >>reporter: deep underground, this is what caused the mess, a splintered 15-foot section of damaged pipe, possibly busted open by cold weather. >> luckily, the break is far enough away from the house that it missed a good part of the house. if it was another hundred feet up, it would probably have flooded the entire house. >>reporter: the broken main reported just before 5 o'clock friday afternoon. this had crews working nonstop to replace the damaged section with pvc piping. a strong plastic thata strong plastic that will serve as a permanent replacement. aren't you glad you are out of water for a little while and not heat? >> yes, that's a plus.
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>>reporter: his neighbor lives directly in front, and just above the damage. how are you making do? >> my mom had to go get some water from safeway. you know, living like the amish way, i guess. >>reporter: down the road, he may have to seek some financial restitution from east bay mud for the harm done to his yard. >> locally, we have relatives close by. we came back from taking a shower and feeding the kids. >>reporter: in lafayette, kron4 news. >> east bay mud says once water is restored, it could still be a few more days for that road is real pin. happening today, today, the national security agency is expected to end its sweeping collection of americans and phone records are the controversial program again 14 years ago under president george w. bush and was kept secret until edward snowden
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leaked its existence in 2,013. in june of this year, president obama signed a reformed measure that took away the agency's authority to collect records. under the new law, the and -- the nsa must get a warrant or call court order to collect data from telecommunications companies. facebook is companies. facebook is extending parentally for its employees worldwide. now, all new parents will receive four months of paid baby leave no matter of their gender. the policy comes just days after facebook ceo announced he will take two months of paternity leave when his daughter is born. he shared in a facebook post, studies show that when working parents tend to take time to be with her newborn babies, outcomes are far better off for children, and families. coming up here on kron4 news weekend, more protests at donald trump rallies in florida, after this break we
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will hear from the republican presidential candidate on what his message was to this latest protester. a live look outside at san francisco international airport, it will be a very busy place today as people had back from the holiday weekend. for the holiday weekend, it is the last day of the san francisco international auto show. come check out dozens of new cars, all of the dealers are showing off their new 2016 models. this is happening from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. tonight. it cost $10 to get in. we will be right back.
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donald trump faced protesters again this weekend in florida. but this time, he tried a more polite approach to a person who interrupted him for the republican presidential candidate held a rally in sarasota on saturday. when a protester started shouting. trump asked the crowd not to hurt him, and nicely escort the personnel.
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this is coming after trump supporters punched and kicked a black lives matter protester. who interrupted him at a rally in alabama. trump later suggested that protester should have been roughed up. >> at the last rally, we had one person, we had 15,000 people, we had one person who was really, really being bad. really being bad. and it was horrible. it was horrible. we said, get him out and we were a little bit rough. ii got criticized for it so today, you are my witness, could i have been nicer? >> trumps campaign rally scheduled for monday in macon, georgia. pres. obama andpresident obama and his daughters did their part to help celebrate small business saturday. the president, along with his daughters visited a local bookstore in washington, after the bookstore, they stopped for some frozen treats at a nearby dc popsicle shop. small business saturday is an american shopping holiday how the day after black friday to
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celebrate and support local businesses. still ahead here on kron4 news weekend more than one dozen people have been sickened by a drug, what they are saying could be the reason, and why does landing a lot of people in the hospital. a live look outside at the san mateo bridge on the sunday morning. very chilly to start the day, we will have a look at the forecast straightahead. for the weekend, it is day to of the emporium in san francisco. shop and support over 180 local artist is -- this is happening. thirty-five of 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. it was very busy yesterday. but admission is free.
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in utah, and if golden state can pull off the victory, they will improve to 19-zero per they won last night to make it 18. tipoff for monday game is set for 6 p.m. also on monday, the man accused in the planned parenthood shooting in colorado will make his first court appearance. robert l. dear is accused of shooting and killing three people, including a police officer on friday morning. on monday, we are also hoping to learn more about the motive behind the shooting. the first trial for one of the six officers involved in the death of freddie gray. what take place on monday. gray died while in police custody in baltimore. his death led to protest that erupted into looting and arson. ofc. william porter will be the first of six officers to go on trial for grace death. each officer will be tried separately in consecutive trials. the charges against the officers ranging from second-degree murder to misconduct in office. as always, we are tracking the weather for you here on
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kron4, there is rain in the forecast drawn in this week, chilly temperatures are expected to continue. meteorologist, dave spahr is here with a look at the forecast forecast. good morning everyone, a cold one for us again across the bay area. we are showing no delays right now, if you're headed to the east coast, however, that is a long day ahead for you. load up some extra mp3s and tv shows and your portable devices. time to devices. time to spare, go by air. you never know what will happen. our temperatures right now in the 20s up in the north bay, 22 novato, 40 za for peninsula, half moon bay a 50p what is the rush? not even 9 o'clock you. around the perimeter, it's in the 30s, you do see a couple pockets of 30s. for our frost and frost advisory, freeze warning still in effect now and tell technically 3 o'clock.
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downtown san francisco not enough. what happens today with daytime heating, couple pockets of 40 still hanging around a little bit for some of those inland valleys as late as 2 o'clock this afternoon. some of them just never go away. here come the 30s by 6 p.m. you can see, spreading out tonight, greeting us tomorrow morning. by 7 a.m., maybe not quite as cold as it was this morning. the peninsula looks to be somewhat mild in the 40s at least. up at the south bay, also covered, the far east bay particularly plan on another chilly one still some scatter frost to look out for. daytime heating may be pushing those temperatures a little bit warmer tomorrow than we have today. we are also going to get tomorrow night is some scattered cloud cover which will actually keep temperatures up a little bit that will do that for us. open breakdown, 53 by new, 56 by four, back down to the 50s, 47 by abm. temperatures for you on the east bay shoreline, mid- 50s for the most part come up to richmond maybe 56, berkeley 57. to the far east bay, lower 50s
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territory, we will probably do a little better than that tomorrow, we're starting things off in such a frosty cold know. in the seven day forecast, here's what goes on, you've heard. thursday is the big day to get some scatter shower activity in here. probably some windy conditions on the backside of the condition -- system moving through. maybe into saturday, or next weekend we may have another little possibility of some scattered showers you can follow all of the drama live on cron -- kron4.com. any chance of rain we will take. for the second time in a week, several people have fallen ill after ingesting the synthetic marijuana drug called spice. it is happening in san diego. more than one dozen people were hospitalized on saturday. authorities say they had varying symptoms. several people were also hospitalized after overdosing on a bad batch of spice. police are trying to track down the drug and its makers.
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world leaders will meet this monday to try to iron out a new global agreement on climate change. the change. the meeting comes in paris, a little over two weeks after the deadly terrorist attacks there. as jim letterman reports with our cnn partnership, security is a bigger concern now. >>reporter: a wind turbine has brought it in the middle of the avenue, a planetary globe has appeared in the middle of the environmental ministry. paris seems as if it's being paid over with solar panels, the city is a wash and displays of innovations. gerard [ name inaudible ] single-handedly rode boats across both the atlantic and pacific oceans sailed up the river said is what is said to be the largest solar powered oceangoing vessel. >> i am very pleased to be here in paris. >>reporter: for tens of thousands of others going to paris for the coming two weeks, this is make or break time for climate change.
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later,later, will be too late, say the signs atop the french foreign ministry as the foreign minister himself knows trying to get the nations of the world to agree on anything is a tall order. and never before in france or anywhere have there been negotiations quite like these. starting monday, 195 countries will gather at a purpose about conference center north of paris. trying to find an agreement on worldwide limitations on greenhouse gases. with the complex negotiations were nearly overshadowed by the vicious terrorist attacks in paris two weeks ago, which ago, which at first seemed as if they might endanger the meetings here. in fact, some people felt the climate talks should be called off. >> i am not convincedi am not convinced about the necessity, at this moment, to organize this event. i think we have other priorities to date, even if the environment is very important. >>reporter: for most, those worldwide issues trump even
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terrorist concerns. in a way, the paris conference is too big to call off. everyone from the pope on down has emphasized how important it is for the planet to concentrate on the climate issue. just a few days ago, the best response to the terrorist attacks is to carry on with the climate summit. protecting the nearly 150 heads of state and 40,000 delegates who are expected will be a real challenge for french security forces. 2800 police and army will patrol the site itself, 8,000 more will reinforce the french borders and all 120,000 security personnel will be mobilized across the country. the leaders will only attend for the first two days of the conference, miles of roads will have to be closed off to get them to and from the conference site. something that is expected to throw normally impossible french traffic into chaos. with popular demonstrations, and serious negotiations, the climate conference will go on. it is something the world leaders feel cannot be construed -- postpone any longer. jim bitterman cnn, paris.
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this just in to the kron4 news into the kron4 news room, the paris police chief is saying about 100 people have not been arrested after a protest seeking a climate change deal. that protest recently turned violent and protest have been banned in paris after those paris attacks are banning large groups. the police chief is saying they have identified 200- 300 people who have violated that band. much more on the story later on here on kron4 news. as we take alive look outside here in san francisco, little bit of a breeze there on this gorgeous sunday morning. if you are looking for something to do today, for the weekend, it is the farmers market in san francisco. featuring all sorts of local and organic produce. it is happening at fort mason from 9:30 until 130. i hear there are some dumplings there that are very good if you want to check out the dumpling truck. have a great day, we will be right back.
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i love everyone that i've gotten to meet thank you the whole experience. its really changed my life. >> to a blind date of all things, it was a connection, but it was a connection about hope and about saving a life. >> now, erica and jennifer say they want to continue helping others who suffer from the same disease. a live look outside right now at the san mateo bridge on this sunday morning. rain is in our forecast for later on in the week so coming up at the top of the hour, meteorologist dave sparr will have a look at when we can
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good morning to you, now on kron 4 news weekend a very cold start to this sunday as we take a live look now here in san francisco, beautiful day but there are freeze warnings and frost advisories that have expired but it's still really chilly out there. good morning and thank you so much for joining us. i'm justine waldman. our meteorologist is tracking those low temperatures and he's live on the weather deck. how does it feel dave? we've got you out of the comforts in the studio and put you in the elements. >> it was so warm in that cold studio i miss it already. i don't have any gloves. avery harper is out because you have to have the gloves today. even in the peninsula, throw
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them on for a couple of hours, she's right it does warm you up. our protographer here, norbert, he doesn't have any gloves on either so i guess he can move more freely without them so you're off to a cold start. one other note i was fumbling around the chap stick. make sure you have that on hand too. helps out a little bit. how cold is it current numbers on the board. still chilly in the north bay although proved santa rosa up to a pair of threes so we are post freezing perhaps past the freezing era if you will, 44 downtown san francisco. look at that oakland up to 46 nice improvement. san mateo still working on it 31 and the far east bay temperatures quite chilly as you'll notice although livermore is getting progress at 39. what's the break down? i think we're checking san jose and the warm up brings us into mid 50s range for the early afternoon hours 4:00 or so about 55. 50 for about 6:00 p.m. about 8:00 we're talking about 45, there is the cool down as we go.
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look at high temperatures today this is the bet effort we're going to do. not a big improvement but upper 50s at work even though the sun is out there it gives you a cosmetic feel that it is warmer than it really is. don't have much in the way of a breeze working against us but mid to upper 50s is what you can expect and coming up later on i'll let you know about how the temperatures will be cooling off again for tonight to see if that frost advisory is still with us but you definitely want to have the chap stick handy because it keeps the lips just right. >> thanks for the tip, dave. you can always track the weather any time on the kron 4 mobile news app available in the app store and google play store and it's free. happening now a search for a murder suspect on the peninsula. police believe a man stabbed his girlfriend to death at her home in san matteo. this happened saturday afternoon along b street near fifth avenue. kron 4 kate kagle brings us the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: police are combing san mateo county looking for
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this man. anthony kurinski it's very tragic. >> police first got the call at about noon. by the time they got to this home on north b street the 34 year old woman was dying of stab wounds. she died here and police began the manhunt for her 22 year old boyfriend. just 30 minutes later his car was spotted in a parking garage on industrial avenue in san carlos. just three miles away from the crime scene. sheriffs deputies searched the area evacuating this nearby urgent care center. officers thought the suspect might be hiding in the building but the boyfriend was know where to be found. by about 5:15 the building was clear, industrial avenue was back open and deputies widened their search. san mateo police say this is most likely an example of domestic violence turned deadly. >> this particular area is not generally known for this type of homicides such as this.
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>> kate kagle, kron 4 news. new this morning a possible motive in the shooting at a planned parenthood clinic in colorado springs you're looking now at the suspected gunman, robert deer. according to our network partners cnn, the suspect mentioned baby parts and expressed anti-abortion, anti- government views to investigators. police are not yet commenting on the motive. he is acused of killing three people including a police officer. community members gather to honor that fallen officer at the university of colorado and colorado springs. he was a campus police officer, he rushed to help fellowofficers at the planned parenthood clinic where he was shot and killed. kron 4 national correspondent mark meredith is in colorado springs with latest on the investigation. >> reporter: in custody since friday, still there's little police are saying about 57 year old robert lewis deer accused of killing three people including a police officer at this planned parenthood clinic
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in colorado. >> when i came out there was an officer that came over and said get back inside there's an active shooter. >> nick is one of several people still in shock over friday's attack. this weekend nick along with others including the town's mayor are paying their respects to those killed among them police officer garrett swaseehad killed while trying to rescue others. >> this wasn't his jurisdiction. he didn't have to respond but he did and he lost his life in the process. >> police aren't expected to release many if any details until monday but people who once knew the suspect tell us they aren't entirely surprised. >> you could tell he wasn't stable. he didn't have that conversation and things weren't cohesive. >> nine other people hurt in the attack are expected to make a full recovery. meanwhile the intention remains on what anything could have been done to stop friday' brutal assault. this morning all flags in colorado have been required to be at half staff until further notice by order of the state's
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governor. we do expect to learn a little bit more monday from investigators but this area where we are is expected to remain shutdown. reporting this morning in colorado springs i'm mark meredith for the media general television group. we are learning more about the suspect the shooter robert lewis deer. deer moved to colorado in 2014 and neighbors say he and a woman living there kept to themselves and according to the washington post deer had several run ins with the law before he moved to colorado. the newspaper is reporting that deer had previously been arrested in north carolina, accused of cruelty to animals and accused of being a peeping tom. he was not convicted in either case. big news now, this morning those warriors are 18 and 0, improving their nba record for the most wins to start the season. golden state beat the sacramento kings last night. seth curry lead the team in scoring with 19 points and he
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did so when he only played for 30 minutes. the warriors won by 120-101 and have won 18 in a row to start the season and they will try to make it 19 in a row on monday when they take on the jazz in utah. coming up a man rescued off the train tracks right before the train came barreling through. we will show you this dramatic rescue video. a live look outside right now at the bay bridge toll plaza on the big get back home sunday travel day after thanksgiving. we're also tracking some rain in the forecast for the weekend, it is the tree sure island flee and the big flee market and this weekend it has a holiday theme and we're hearing there is reindeer there for you to hang out there happening on treasure island from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 and admission is $3 for adults and you can bring your pets we'll be right back.
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breaking news overnight a police officer was shot and killed. veteran officer lloyd reed was killed after responding to a domestic violence call in new florence, that is about 60 miles east of pittsburgh in pennsylvania. the shooting lead to a six hour manhunt. police were able to eventually track down the suspect and he is being identified as ray shetler and is being treated for a gun shot wound to the shoulder. coming up, now that the rains have arrived you know that wet stuff where drivers panic when it falls on the ground? let's brush up on driving in the rain. i'll give you more information in the next edition of people behaving badly. no rain in the forecast right now, as we take a live look outside at the richmond bridge but rain is moving in for the work week. we'll take a look at everything
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straight ahead. for the weekend it is the original famous twang of sundays in san francisco. enjoy live country music at the parkside and petrero hill from 4:00-7:00.
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breaking national news this morning, 14 deaths are now being blamed on a storm in mid america. take a look at the flooding here in texas. right now that storm is moving east ward out of texas and it's coating some states in the north with ice making for some really dangerous driving conditions and this is coming on a very busy travel day this sunday after thanksgiving so if you're leaving the bay area today we will miss you but you're going to be getting out of a lot of cold weather and a chance of rain for later on in the week. >> you can always check us out on kron4.com. the national board you know what the storms that you're seeing there that's real lit eastern fringe of what moved through here as we went into the thanksgiving holiday so
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it's kind of close so we did check the airport delays and there are none now, so that's good news there, if you're headed to the east coast will be getting there late tonight look at what the numbers are for highs, atlanta 68, 83 going on for miami meanwhile there's the cold air behind the stormy action that you just saw there moving through and now the appalachian mountains looks like. temperatures were graduated up to the 30s in the north bay 44 san francisco around the perimeter of the bay it's upper 30s to lower 40s at work and the far east bay it's 30s pleasanton 33, and livermore at 39. good news they're moving rapidly now with dry air and you do tend to see that happen early in the day, so we'll be by the noon hour get those temperatures moving a little bit. futurecast for today here is the warming process although in a couple spots still a little cool and those higher elevations particularly in the far east bay and the hills know it will be a little chillier 40s to some of the valleys meanwhile so it's kind of the
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mid zone that we'll see things happen and here is the cool down again tonight. already by 6:00, there is the progress of the 40s rather now the 30s you can see showing up there in that kind of purple color, by the way the frost advisory and freeze warning has now also expired for us but this maybe enough to reinstate it at least for tomorrow morning but by 7:00 a.m. there you'll see the progress of the 30s, the 40s to the south bay peninsula and portions of the southern marin county and into tomorrow now the thinking as we get into monday and monday night particularly more high clouds building with the system out to sea maybe that will support our temperatures overnight a little bit. now as far as the rain producer for us we'll mention a couple sprinkles but beyond that point don't expect much out of that except the induction of cloud cover. for the peninsula it's upper 50s for a high, quite chilly still today along the bay shoreline the same process as well mid 50s will do it. maybe we'll graduate to upper 50s happening for the south bay and in the seven day forecast
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we're mentioning again a few sprinkles on monday. the bigger feature will be the induction of the cloud cover for monday night helping to support the temperatures overnight. there's enough to keep us out of frost and freezing advisory and thursday is the big day to lock for scattered showers as yet a new system comes our way, unlike its predecessors this won't be a cold core low so it won't be quite the low snow levels but still snow. >> thank you, dave. with rain in the forecast it is important to remember when bay area highways get wet the number of crashes goes up. and the chp says many crashes are avoidable as drivers would just follow a few simple rules, so kron 4 tammy roberts has a look at some of those rules in this edition of people behaving badly. >> reporter: when it rains it's important to slowdown and yes, you can get a ticket for speeding even if you aren't exceeding maximum speed limit. driving on interstate 280 in the rain is interesting. i'm actually driving between 55 and 60 because of the low
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visibility and the slickness of the highway so if you watch you'll see drivers passing me up at dangerous speeds and probably not dangerous if the road were dry as you can see it is not. speed is one of the leading causes of rain related crashes. caution following too close for the conditions and not leaving enough stopping distance is also a major cause for crashes. a hidden dashcam has a wide angle lens so it may be hard to judge distance in the video but this suvhad that just cut me off was too close for comfort and something else important to note the driver had no lights on and inclement weather when visibility is less than a thousand fire you're required by law to turn on your headlights or if you're using your wipers in a continuous use whichever comes first. this tour bus is not using lights while driving in the rain. however it did have it on for a few miles and the blinkers don't count as lights on this case. there are a lot of drivers with no lights on. you can tell because their taillights are dark. remember safety first when
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hitting the road because awe life you save could be your own now you may think california highway patrol had the bigger picture than to pull over someone for not using their headlights but they do and they will. keep this in mind. let's say you crash during a rain storm, as determined that you didn't have your lights fully on. you could be held partially at fault for the crash so when it rains make it a habit to turn on your headlights even if you have automatic lights. that way it becomes habit forming. just saying. one peninsula, kron 4 news. an elderly man in washington state is alive this morning thanks to four good samaritans. they got him to safety after his car got stuck on train tracks right before a freight train came barreling by. steve mckaren has more of this dramatic rescue which was caught on video. >> reporter: a cell phone camera captured nearly everything. >> yeah it's stuck right on the
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tracks. >> a cup faced with a man who just drove this car on to train tracks right in front of their auburn home, confused not knowing how he got there. >> i was trying to get to auburn. >> you're in auburn and you made it. >> oh, my goodness. >> you must have taken a left here thinking it was a road. >> not able to move his car the two encourage him to unbuckle his seat belt and get out. right as he walks around to the other side they realize a freight train is barreling down the tracks. >> there's a train coming. sir, come on. sir, we got to go. >> come on, come on. >> seeing cars hit before, training don't stop on a dime. >> come on. >> panics and not knowing how much time they have, san think a and her boyfriend and good friend richie say they grabbed the man and brought him down to the small hill behind a couple cars parked nearby. and he stuffed this cell phone into his pocket as the trains horn gets louder and louder and less than 30 seconds later,
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this. >> and it crushed the car like a can. the highest amount of adrenaline that i've ever felt before. >> that adrenaline was still pumping as they all revisited the tracks this morning amazed the man got out in the nick of time. >> he was just happy. >> he seemed really thankful, yes. >> not heros just four friends who simply did the right thing and to think they would have never known the man was stuck if he hadn't gone outside to move his car. >> we were all-in the right place at the right time. it just happened to everything line up in the right way for him to be alive still. >> that was steve mckaren reporting for us this morning. coming up on kron 4 news weekend before you start to shop those cyber monday deals. we have tips on how you can protect your online shopping accounts. as we take a live look
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outside right now at the golden gate bridge on this sunday morning, beautiful day across the bay. for the weekend it is the farmer's market, tryouts from local growers and bakeries happening on weeks way in downtown from 10 this morning until 1:00 this afternoon.
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black friday shoppers are shifting from hours spent in line at stores to more time online. the website shoptrack claims that sales at retail stores on black friday fell 10% to $10.4 billion this year but that is down from 11 billion last year. thanksgiving sales also dropped by the same percentage. many retailers began offering those bargain deals long before thanksgiving, limiting the impact of black friday specials; however adobe says online sales jumped 14% on friday compared to last year. and as most of you know
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online shopping requires an account to store your credit card information and michelle clemons reports how you can create a very strong password to protect your money right before cyber monday. >> reporter: according to the national retail federation, more people are expected to shop online than ever before this holiday season. an average person will do about half their shopping online. spending about $400. when shopping online many times you're asked to create an account for your credit card information and use a password when checking out but the experts we talk to say hackers are getting smarter so how can you keep your information safe? >> letters both capitol and smaller, number and special character. >> according to online security company bit 9 a hacker could get an eight character lower case password in three and a half minutes. add an upper case letter to that it takes the hacker 15 hours and at a special character to that? it takes the hackers 70 years to figure it out. >> the longer the better and
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more complex the better. >> identity thieves are also getting better at hiding their crimes. >> they usually start with a very small purchase like a dollar just to make sure that it works and once that small purchase goes through then they are going to turnaround and start buying some big ticket items. >> that's why the bbb says it's important to check your credit card statements and contact your credit card company if you see any unexpected charges. it's pretty chilly here in walnut creek. i'll show you how people here are keeping warm in the very chilly temperatures coming up next.
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good sunday morning now on kron 4 news weekend a very cold start to this sunday. this is a live look now from san francisco. freeze warnings and frost advisories have expired for the day but it is still really chilly out there. this morning kron 4 has you covered with team coverage of
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the weather. we send kron 4 arvery harper to the coldest spot in the area but first our meteorologist is tracking the low companies from the kron 4 weather deck. good morning dave. >> good morning everybody. it's another cold start we had previously the freeze warning in state and also the frost advisory they have all since expired because we've gone past the 9:00 hour. they may come back again tomorrow morning but just as a reminder they were with us and now we've expired past that point. want to mention quickly a lot of people are in air travel if you are headed to the east coast, laguardia is down a little bit due to volume traffic issues laguardia airport, jfk and newark seem to be okay and dfw, a lot of people go through that if you're on aa, going through dfw, a slight delay. our temperatures have improved if you will up in the north bay particularly we're at 30s on the board and 45, that's pretty pressed of already the same as downtown san francisco 49 up to
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richmond heading further to the east okay they drop off but recovered nicely there what we had this morning earlier, antioch 39 and livermore and 35 for pleasant on around the perimeter of the bay, temperatures in the 30-40- degree range, 33 san mateo still needs recovery there. a break down for you in san jose down to the south bay. here is how we do mid 50s pretty much into the early part of the afternoon, we have a little breeze too when that breeze hits a little bit it hits the fingers a little bit so maybe gloves will still work. 6:00 p.m. at 50, 45 going on for 8:00 p.m. and highs today the best we'll be able to muster today is pretty much 50s on the board. i don't think we'll have much in the way of 60s but at least try that and it will be 50s for the most part plan on. a slight improvement by the way on that and we'll have the seven day forecast in a bit which mentions yet again, another shot of rain in earnest by about thursday. justine? >> thank you, dave. let's check in with kron 4
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avery harper live in walnut creek with how cold it feels this morning. hi, avery. >> reporter: hi, justine. i'm here in downtown walnut creek and the sign behind me reads a chilly 34 degrees if it has for the past couple of hours and people i've seen here walking downtown walnut creek are taking heed to the advice overed earlier. bundle up you want to wear layers and i have on a few layers myself and a few people out here braving those chilly temperatures this morning take a lessen to what they have to say. >> layered all the way through, four layers. i'd never do this but i have the gloves on this morning and a little bit of the ears. >> growing up in the bay area in the oakland area, it gets pretty cold. this cold and this is like god's mad at us cold but it could be worse do you know what i mean? >> and that is the consensus
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i'm getting from people here that it's cold but yes it could be worse. again if you are coming out here to brave these chilly temperatures it is suggested that you bundle up. back to you in the studio. >> thank you so much. you could track the weather any time with the kron 4 mobile news app. it is available on the app store and google play for free. happening right now part of an eastbay road is still closed this morning as crews try to repair a water main break in lafayette. the break sent water rushing down the streets, kron 4 has the latest on repair efforts. >> reporter: this the scene from front and side yard friday. hundreds if not thousands of gallons of water gushing through the fence after eastbay mud says a 66 year old cast iron pipe burst on relief station road. >> heard this rumbling and it's like a scene out of a movie that was interesting. >> though deep underground this is what caused the mess, a splintered 15-foot section of
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damaged pipe, possibly busted open by cold weather. >> luckily the break is far enough away from the house that it missed part of the house. if it was another hundred feet up, it would probably flood the entire house. >> the broken main reported just before 5:00 friday afternoon, since then crews working non-stop to replace the damaged section with pvc piping. strong plastic that will serve as a permanent replacement. >> aren't you glad you're out of water for a little while and not heat? >> oh, well yeah. of course. of course yes. >> a neighbor lives directly in front and just above the damage. >> how are you making do? >> my mom had to go get some water from a safeway. just kind of living like the amish way i guess. >> so is down the road he may
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have to seek financial restitution from eastbay mud for the harm done to his yard. >> luckily we have relatives close by so we just came back from taking a shower and feeding the kids. >> in lafayette, kron 4 news. >> eastbay mud says once water is restored it could still be a few more days before that road is reopened. also this morning a newborn baby was found buried alive under asphalt in southern california. deputies discovered the baby girl crying on a bike path in compton on friday. she was found wrapped in a blanket. it is believed she was only 36- 48 hours old when she was found. police say charges could be filed against the person who abandoned this newborn baby girl. >> and that hole i believe that's the hole and it had pieces of wood on top of it with rocks on top of it and when she took the stuff off she found a newborn baby. >> right now the charges are attempted murder and child
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endangerment of the newborn. >> the baby's vital signs were checked and she was taken to the hospital. she is currently listed in stable condition and will remain under hospital observation. coming up on kron 4 news weekend more protests at donald trump rallies in florida after this break we will hear from the republican presidential candidate and his message to the latest protester. a live look outside right now at san francisco international airport on this busy travel day sunday. for the weekend is the last day of the san francisco international auto show. dozens of car makers are showing off their newest models, the 2016 ones, this is happening from 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. and it costs $10 to get in.
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in decision 2016 news donald trump faced protesters once again this weekend in florida but this time, he tried
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a different approach to eject the person who interrupted him. the republican presidential candidate held a rally in sarasota on saturday. when a protester started shouting, trump asked the crowd not to hurt him and to nicely escort the person out. this comes after trump supporters punched and kicked a black lives matter protester who interrupted a rally in alabama. trump later suggested that that protester should have been "roughed up." >> at the last rally we had one person, we had 15,000 people, we had one person who was really really being bad. really being bad. and it was horrible. it was horrible and we said get them out get them out. we were a little bit rough and i got criticized so today, you're my witness. could i have been nicer than that? >> [applause] >> trump's next rally is on monday in georgia. president obama and his daughters did their part to help celebrate small business
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saturday. the president along with his daughters visited a local bookstore in washington. after the bookstore and where they did browsing and buying, they stopped for some frozen treats at a nearby d.c. pop sickle shop. small business saturday is an american shopping day held the day after black friday to celebrate and support local businesses. a live look outside right now at the san mateo bridge, beautiful day out there today but very chilly and there is rain in the forecast. dave sparr will have a look at the temperatures coming up. for the weekend it is day two of the etsy holiday emporium in san francisco. there will be 180 local artisans selling their goods at pier 35 from 11:00 a.m. until 5. it was very busy yesterday. admission is free.
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for the weekend a look now at four things that will be happening this week across the bay area. we will start with the warriors.
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they won last night taking their record to 18 & 0 and on monday they will try to extend their winning streak the warriors will take on the jazz in utah. golden state if they can pull off the victory they will improve to 19 & 0, tip off for monday's game is set for 6:00. also on monday, the man accused in the planned parenthood shooting in colorado will make this first court appearance. robert lewis deer is acused of shooting and killing three people including a police officer on friday. on monday we are hoping to learn more about the motive behind that deadly shooting. and the first trial for one of the six officers involved in the death of freddie gray will take place on monday. gray died while in police custody in baltimore. his death lead to protests that erupted into arson. officer william porter will be the first of the six officers to go on trial for gay's death. each officer will be tried separately in consecutive trials and the charges against these officers range from
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second degree murder to misconduct in office. and as always we are tracking the weather forecast here for you on kron 4. there is rain expected later on this week. chilly temperatures is what we are feeling this morning. meteorologist dave sparr will have a look at the forecast. >> good morning everybody and we did have frost advisories and the freeze warning that was posted earlier, we're past 9:00 so that's now since expire and a nice recovery on the board here look at some of these temperatures, 33 santa rosa 46 novato, may not seem like much right now but just a few hours we still have 20s going on, 40s in the peninsula hasn't changed too much although half moon bay at 55 and around the bay perimeter talking about 30s and 40s so still quite chilly at san mateo at 33 oakland 46 and richmond at 50 and far east bay need some improvement still in 30s territory. so having said all that how do we stand with everything here? well in futurecast i want to go forward in terms of the cloud
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cover business i'm talking about on monday, we go forward today and it's lovely. tonight 4:00 a.m. to start your day tomorrow maybe high clouds in there but on balance for tomorrow we'll call it variable clouds, i'd say that but between us kids here maybe a sprinkle or two is about all we'll expect. on balance kind of a variable cloudy story for monday and then go through the rest of the day to get back to mostly clear bite time we get to tuesday. what we're waiting for is a system by the middle of the week and latter portion of the week you'll see that on the seven day forecast. futurecast for the temperatures here is the warm up that happens by 2:00 p.m. as you can see tonight, at 6:00 p.m. there is the coverage of the 40s returning and back to the 30s we go. now that's about the time that that cloud cover starts to build so it doesn't allow us to warm up as well tomorrow afternoon, a little bit more muted as you can see in the warm up but still moderation, and into monday night. that's the thing you need to take a wait how are temperatures across the bay? eastbay shoreline mid 50s at work for an ultimate high more
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muted for the far east bay where these numbers will be in the lower 50s, walnut creek at 54, avery is and 52 for brentwood, livermore at 52. here is the seven day forecast we are talking about. thursday is where the scattered showers start to work their magic there and the mid latitude moisture plume here and meaning the snow levels probably won't be pushed down to 2000 feet like its predecessor before but still mountain snow as you can plan on, the entire drama at kron 4.com on our weather section to let you know what's going on. back to breaking news we've been telling you out this morning. severe weather is wreaking havoc on parts of the south and midwest. flooding is being blamed for more than a dozen deaths in texas and kansas while icy conditions in oklahoma snarled traffic and caused widespread power outages. reporter jonathan cooper shows us the damage. >> its been crazy. i've honestly been waiting for it to come falling down like completely. >> reporter: businesses near 15th and santa fe in edmond
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were in for quite the surprise saturday morning. >> it came crashing down exploded and then we lost power for a good three hours afterwards. >> this power pole in its lines the pole barely hanging on along the base knocked out power to surrounding buildings including this liquor store. the collapse is just one of many problems caused by ice in the metro this weekend. early this morning this ups truck flipped along i240. other cars spun out hitting black ice on bridges and overpasses. but the big problem for many are scenes like this. accumulating ice bringing down trees and in some cases blocking roadways. the ice also wreaking haver orange on power lines leaving thousands in the dark. this early season storm already leaving some ready for warmer weather. >> i love and miss my summers. >> that was jonathan cooper reporting for us this morning. a total of 14 deaths are being blamed on that storm. happening today, the national security agency is
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expected to end its sweeping collection of americans phone records. the controversial program began 14 years ago under president george w. bush and was kept secret until edward snowden leaked its existence in 2013. in june, president obama signed a reform measure that took away the agency's authority to collect those records. under the new law, the nsa must get a warrant or a court order to collect phone data from telecommunications companies. facebook has extended its parental leave for its employees worldwide. now, all new parents will receive four months of paid baby leave no matter of their gender. the policy comes just days after facebook ceo mark zuckerberg announced he will take two months of paternity leave when his daughter is born. zuckerberg shared in a facebook post studies show that when working parents take time to be with their newborns, outcomes are better for children and
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families. coming up, a woman in desperate need of a kidney finally meets her perfect match. how they helped find the perfect donor. as we take a live look outside here in san francisco, there is that bay bridge, we'll have a look at the weekend weather straight ahead and for the weekend is the farmer's market in san francisco featuring local farms and organic produce. this is happening at fort mason from 9:30-1:30 and if you're lucky you might see me there. i love that farmers market. i'll go right after the show but we have much more ahead. stay with us we'll be right back.
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a woman in florida who desperately needed a kidney found a match through an online data site. erica suffers from polycystic kidney disease and found her kidney match, jennifer thomas thanks to her friend and erica left the hospital just in time to be home to celebrate
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thanksgiving and now she's made a new friend out of all of this. >> i love everyone that i've gotten to meet through this whole experience. its really changed my life. >> through a tinder blind date of all thing, it was a connection but it was a connection about hope and about saving a life. >> now erica and jennifer want to continue helping others who suffer from the same disease. some little girls are busy playing with toys but an eight year old in illinois is trying to protect police officers and firefighters all across the country. that includes the fargo police department in north dakotas. here is reporter aaron burner with the special gifts that she made. >> i actually think for a minute about what they do will i make the crosses. >> reporter: arianna nichols sent more than 6300 crosses to 96 departments in 33 states and she started making them in september. she makes them out of beads and
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sends them topless and firefighters to carry with them. >> put them in their pockets. >> they come in many different colors. if she knows a department has recently lost an officer she will send extra blue and black crosses. >> to keep the memory of the officers that fall. >> the police department got a bag of 160 crosses earlier this month along with a handwritten note. arianna writes she hopes her gifts will inspire people to pray and she hopes they will protect the people carrying them. several members of the department took pictures to send back to the girls, and sargent jim was one of those and he can look up and see it. >> that's very nice. it made may day. >> it's a nice gesture during a time when there's so much criticism of law enforcement. >> without public support the police department doesn't function and it's nice to hear someone so young that she would take the time to make the little crosses. >> they do get some of the support from time to time and
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they are always appreciated. >> there's all sorts of bad news in this world that you hear every day but when you have the innocence of a child that's willing to reach out and say that i care about you and i made this for you i think that's pretty special. >> she sometimes spends two hours a day working on the crosses to working hard for a good cause. >> i make the crosses the sooner it will protect the firefighters. >> aaron turns reporting this morning. i like when i see kids giving back. >> it warms your heart and you need that because it's a cold day. >> you did good there. >> can you talk to me about the rain though for this coming up week? i'm very interested this. >> yes she's actually looking at me. you know, thursday is what we're looking for justine, because monday is clouds and maybe a sprinkle but whatever. thursday is the day. >> we'll be watching, thank you so much for joining us on kron 4 news weekend, i'm justine
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waldman. for dave, we'll see you back here tonight at 8:00. (wfts.ecl)
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(applause) well, god bless you and welcome to lakewood. it's a joy to come into your homes each week. thanks so much for being with us. 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 thank you for tuning in and thanks again for coming out. i like to start with something funny. and i heard about this older woman. she came to church one sunday morning and a friendly usher met her in the back and said, "ma'am, where would you like to sit?" she said, "i'd like to sit on the very front row." he said, "oh no, ma'am, you don't want to do that. our pastor's very boring. he'll put you to sleep. let me seat you

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