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good morning and welcome to the kron 4 news weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. here's a quick look at temps this morning. the cold weather continues throughout the bay area. freeze warnings were in place last night. and we are expecting more cold temperatures today. for more on the cold dave spahr joins us. >> reporter: if you aren't the ship party all eaten see little bit of a lesson for michigan. and it will be called will get
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that cerros of all or 20s and the board here 28 nearby note vallejo 31 for concord 28 for livermore. all of our 20s all over the board the temperature change contrast still behind by near half a dozen degrees are so frost freeze warnings and store eight today paillette dark purple in the morning and then subfreezing temperatures we found inland. here are how things look sunshine just joining us now intrusion for many systems up toward our north and doesn't look quite that way for the balance of the week. over the next eight hours sunny
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skies and temperatures kept lower 50s a day like yesterday so in the cool side. we take a closer inspection and a week ahead. >> marty:and people are looking for many ways to stay warm in this cold bay area weather. but local fire departments are warning people to be careful. kron four's lydia pantazes shows us how to stay safe in the cold. >> reporter:as the temperatures drop. >> :"it's been real cold." >> reporter:people are searching for ways to keep warm. >> :"lots of blankets, extra jackets. extra layers" "we've been cranking the heat up a little more than we like, we want to keep the cost down but ultimately it's pretty important to stay warm and then we've also been using the fire place off and on when we can to get warm." but firefighters are sending out a warning about people using space heaters to warm up. "it can be an efficient way to heat a small area but it's gotta be done safely." some people we spoke with say they won't use them because of the risk. "our concern with that is that if we have space heaters and maybe one of our kids turns it on and they get left on we think it's a little too much of a hazard so we just work with the
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heating system that's in the home." but if you do plan on using a space heater. battalion chief jim selover with the san ramon fire department says you should make sure there is 3-feet of open space around your heater. "keep them on a flat stable surface. be very careful when you have kids and pets around them make sure someone is supervising them at all times so they don't touch the heater and get injured or it gets knocked over and starts a fire." >> reporter:and never leave it unattended. "if you're going to leave the room you should turn it off, if you're going to go to bed turn it off, if you're just now purchasing a space heater always look for some of the newer models that have some of the better safety features on it. in san ramon, lyida pantazes
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kron four news." you can track the weather conditions around the bay area with the kron four mobile app. >> marty:we have live radar -- plus, you can be the first to know about severe weather in your area. we'll keep you updated through breaking news push alerts. it's free for both apple and android devices. and breaking news from overnight. a 49-year-old man from pacifica is dead this morning after a solo crash in san mateo. officers found him in his car saturday, but believe the crash happened friday night. it happened near the highway 92 connector ramp to northbound u-s highway 1-0-1. officers believe he lost control of his car and collided with the concrete barrier on the east side of the roadway.
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>> marty:a man is in jail this morning in connection with the death of a 23-year-old woman in daly city. police responded to a domestic dispute on fairview avenue in daly city early saturday morning. they found ariana hatami suffering from severe injuries to her head. she died of her injuries at a local hospital. police arrested 23-year old fredrick tran. he is believed to have been dating hatami. neighbors were stunned to learn of the incident. if this incident turns out to be murder. it would mark daly city's first homicide of 20-16. and in the east bay. >> marty:19-year-old desire borela is set to be arraigned tomorrow. she is accused of killing her then boyfriend 22-year-old ian irby. police say borela ran irby over with her car following an argument wednesday in the parking lot of the glenwood apartments in herculues. a witness called to report that she was driving in circles with irby trapped under the car. but by the time officers arrived irby was dead. borela is charged with vehicular manslaughter. her bail is set at 80-thousand dollars. >> marty:breaking news we're
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following this morning. at least one person has been shot in oakland. it happened in the 2500 block of mason street, near foothill boulevard. police have not released further information. other breaking news we're following this morning. at least one person is dead following a crash on interstate highway 580 east of altamont. the collison was reported around 4:30 this morning on eastbound 580, just west of west grant line road. stay with us this morning for updates. in other bay area headlines. firefighters this morning are looking into what caused a two- story home in south san francisco to suddenly burst into flames. this is video from the scene. it happened around four in the morning yesterday on bay park circle near sign hill park.
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firefighters contained the fire in under an hour. one person suffered minor burns to their hand. the cause of the fire is unknown but firefighters believe the flames originated in the garage. coming up on kron four news weekend. tragedy at a wedding party. a tree fell over and kills at least one person. we'll have the reason officials think the tree might have fallen. and an east bay package theft with a twist. what one homeowner did to plot his revenge against a theif. and coming up next. a decline in customers for wells fargo. we'll have that story after the break.
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>> marty:for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. wells fargo's fake account scandal has done a number on the bank's reputation. the san francisco based bank says it is not attracting as many new customers compared to last year. in november, new customer checking account openings were down 41-percent compared to 2015. the bank's reputation taking the huge hit after the scandal involving the setting up of phony accounts with customer money without their permission. wells fargo agreed to a 185- million- dollar settlement with regulators back in september.
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and p-g-and-e's plan to roll out charging stations for electric vehicles won't be quite as big as planned and it could have an effect on monthly bills. state regulators will allow for up to 75-hundred stations. p-g-and-e wanted to install 25- thousand of them. the state would allow the utility to use 130 million dollars in customers' money to pay for the charging stations. the originial plan called for more than 650-million. for the weekned. holiday street fair in berkeley. come out and enjoy art and shop for some gifts. it's all happening on telegraph avenue from 11 to 6. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:here's video from brooklyn yesterday afternoon. those cold temperatures with snow and freezing rain caused many highway accidents across the region yesterday. at least nine deaths were blamed on the slick roads. the national weather service says a warm front should pass across the nation's midsection and on the east coast. >> reporter: close of 20 then the board and so the have and actually issued anything sigmund's tomorrow morning as a get standard for us going on early morning rise there are half about their with the snow and everything plan accordingly national picture of a cold
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fronts made more traction across southeast and then at this hour is a 25 we don't recall yesterday out 61 se this is or has not made progress. 83 the conceal lot of negative numbers. >> reporter: back home here is what we're dealing with twenties on the board thirties' yesterday 28 nap but 26 going on for santa rosa down in the southeast 82 san jose livermore and 31 for concord cooler most locations stolen yesterday although not as bad. next week there will be
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some moderation by the middle of a week for daytime highs. >> reporter: later in the league as a shower but dry cool and ends to next weekend
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>> marty:covering california. one person is dead this morning and five others are injured after a tree fell at a wedding party in los angeles county. people were taking photos under it's still unclear which member of the wedding party was killed. officials with the l-a county fire department say most of the they say it's possible the tree was affected by the drought , fell.
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search for a gunman this morning after a 24-year-old man was shot outside of a popular bowling alley in san mateo. the shooting happened friday night. kron four's philippe djegal reports there are still many unanswered questions. >> reporter: an unusually eventful night in san mateo -- reached a head at around 10 o'clock friday night. after witnesses reported gunshots in the parking lot outside bel mateo bowl. soon after, police had the place surrounded. >> :sot- "i was trying to leave, trying to hangout with some co- workers.and the next thing you know, the whole building is barricaded by police, we couldn't leave." >> reporter:the victim -- a 24- year-old man, who investigators say is at a hospital in serious but stable condition. police say the victim *was inside the bowling alley at some point. but its not clear what led up to the shooting outside. bridge san mateo police say this wasn't a random shooting. investigators say it appears the victim was targeted. and, that this is an isolated incident. >> :sot- "this is our neighborhood bowling alley -- we've been coming here for decades. my wife's in a howling league here -- i love this place." >> reporter:the morning after -- families with young children still showed up to bowl a game or two. the shooting stunned many, seeing as police say violent crimes are uncommon in this part
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of town. eric moir is hosting his six- year-old daughter's birthday party here. >> :sot- "what happened last night is obviously a tragedy. but, uh, hey, we know this place is the place to have fun and we're gonna keep doing that." >> reporter:bel mateo bowl general manager sara waddell lewinstein says she appreciates all the support she's received from members of the community who pledge to continue to show up despite what happened friday night. >> :sot- "i want this to stay and safe environment -- that's our number one goal is to keep it safe." >> reporter:investigators have not released any suspect information. police say they haven't ruled out that this case may be gang- related. in san mateo, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> marty:in national news this morning. jurors won't consider dylan roof's mental health as they deliberate on the death penalty. roof filed a notice with a federal judge friday saying he won't call any mental health experts during the penalty phase of his trail starting january third. the same jury that convicted roof of hate crimes and other charges thursday will decide whether he should sentenced to life in prison without parole or the death penalty. roof is acting as his own lawyer in the penalty phase. he is being sentenced for killing nine black charleston church worshippers. s in world headlines. china this morning says it's in the process of retruning an underwater drone it siezed from the u-s. >> marty:the u-s navy released two underwater drones to conduct research in international waters south of china. an unarmed military research
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ship was in the process of retrieving the drones, when a chinese boat took control of it. the chinese defense ministry said their boat initially didn't know what the drone was and seized it for navigational safety reasons. the seizure comes in a time of heightened tension between china and the u-s. first from president-elect donald trump taking a call from taiwan's president. and then questioning the legitimacy of the one-china policy. >> marty:coming up next on kron four news weekend. the warriors put on a show against the trail blazers. and the raiders have a chance to clinch a playoff spot for the first time in over a decade. bay area sports, next. live look outside. richmond bridge a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning. for the weekned. it's the forest wreath making workshop in san francisco. come out and create your own holiday trimmings from the presidio forest. it's all happening at the main post lawn from 11 to 4. it's free to attend.
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>> reporter:in dubs news. the warriors took on the portland trail blazers in a match up of one of two of the n-b-a's best guards.
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steph curry ready to go in this one. and it was all warriors from the beginning as they dubs dismantale the blazers. warriors forward kevin durant had a great game in this one. scoring 34 points on 11 of 13 shooting. draymond green also had a great game passing the ball. dishing out 13 assists on the game. the warriors win this one easily 135 to 90. today, the raiders are playing in what could be their biggest game in over a decade. if they beat the chargers in san diego, the silver and black would clinch a playoff spot for the first time since 2002. the ten and three raiders have the second longest playoff drought in the n-f-l.
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they are coming off a tough loss against the kansas city chiefs on thursday night football. kick-off is set for 1:25 this afternoon. the 49ers are looking for their first win since week one and they face a tough task in atlanta. the falcons lead the n-f-l in both total points and points per game this season. star receiver julio jones will miss the game for atlanta due to a toe injury. the red and gold will be without torrey smith due to a concussion. kick-off is set for 1:05 this afternoon from atlanta. and on the ice. a battle of division leaders between the sharks and blackhawks later today. each team has won four games in a row and are looking to extend their winning streak. the puck drops at 4:00 this afternoon from chicago. coming up next on kron four news weekend. a man tries to steal a package from an east bay home. but the homeowner had other plans. find out what happens, next. live look outside. golden gate bridge. a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning. for the weekned. it's the wintersongs community sing along in oakland. come out and enjoy seasonal harmonies by community voices. it's all happening at the nile hall at 5. the event is free to attend. the holidays don't officialy begin, until it's time to make: flaky, delicious, piping hot things.
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golden brown and sticky things. fresh out of the oven, why can't they cool things? new things, old things. and blink and they're gone, those went fast things. make the oven one of the things they're most excited to open. it's baking season. warm up the holidays with pillsbury.
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>> reporter: 5 fairfield concord 28 livermore and all of freezing for major reporting sites going on for san jose and san francisco money readings and the city a little higher than
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that in the '40's. here's what happens this afternoon and then the models are in the '40's here looking at the '50s in and spots here and even san francisco 50 tonight whether: again returning for the 30's could use to let. >> reporter: you'll be dropping well into the 30's dead-end here's another shot of alcatraz before it's still up mess colorization and then as far as the next hours ago. the 40's and again lower 50s by this afternoon around a baby. the forecast shows for 57 san francisco oakland 5253 going on for san jose. the next three days sfo in the back kron 4 us plenty of '50s for highs up to about 60 by tuesday
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>> marty:in the east bay. one person in hayward who was a consistent victim of package theft finally got fed up and decided to do something about it. they set up a security camera and decoy package to catch the thief in the act. you can see the package thief casually walk up to front door and take the item. he then walks back to the car and puts the package in the passenger seat. what the man doesn't know is that the resident now has video of the crime along with a shot of the license plate. you can see the homeowner run out of the house to confront the man, but the car quickly takes off. >> marty:the homeowner has turned the video over to hayward police. >> marty:in the south bay. police have made multiple arrests in connection with stolen packages in santa clara county. police say the man on the left of your screen 34-year-old james maybin, and an unidentified accomplice broke into a u-p-s storage facility in cupertino.
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the suspects stole a number of packages and loaded them into a stolen car. then earlier this month, the pair to the right of maybin, 23- year-old amanda matsuo and 26- year-old marcos cruz were found in saratoga with thousands of dollars worth of stolen boxes. police say there was jewelry, women's clothing, and construction equipment inside those boxes. all four suspects have been arrested and are currently in the santa clara county jail. the ghost ship fire that killed 36 people happened just over two weeks ago. friends and family of those who died in the tragedy continue to honor the victims. kron four's spencer blake was at a club in san francisco's mission district where friends and family remembered the life of one of those victims,
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musician chelsea dolan. the pictures.notes.lightsand balloons at the public works s-f told the life story of chelsea faith dolan, an electronic musician who died in the deadly warehouse fire on december second. chelsea, who also performed under the name cherushii, wasn't just a regular performer at clubs and parties in the bay area. her techno and dance music also toured the country with her. "chelsea had one true plan, and she followed it faithfully - do that thing that makes you happy to get out of bed each morning." the night of the ghost ship fire, chelsea's last text to a friend mentioned that she didn't want to be at that gig, and was more in the mood to just hang out. >> :"there are just so many amazing earrings here with no ears to wear them. her cute zebra-print shoes are here by the bed; there's no feet for them." for a while she lived in germany, and ended up making international friendships with several people who came to san francisco for her memorial. partly because of her regular radio shows on cal berkeley's k-a-l-x , she became someone that other bay area musicians knew about before they even met her. >> :"her and i just introduced each other, ya know - 'you're chelsea!' 'and you're osby!' through the years, we hung out every so often."
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>> reporter:taking a look at the pictures, slideshows, and handwritten notes, you'd see mentions of chelsea's kindness, and her fierce opposition to those who mistreated others. >> :"i made a promise to my beloved daughter that i will be true to her unique spirit." >> reporter:after the speeches and shared memoriesthe dancefloor was alive with cherushii's music.and probably not for the last time. in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news. >> marty:many people are now starting to question a new u.s. water law that could have an impact on california. president obama signed new legislation that orders the golden state's federal water project to deliver the maximum amount of water possible to farmers and other users. while farmers welcome the measure, scientists fear it will conflict with state laws meant to ensure enough water for endangered fish. >> marty:in the south bay. police officers arrested two people after they noticed a stolen car in a target parking lot in morgan hill. according to police-- the pair tried to buy items inside the target with stolen credit
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cards. inside the car, police found a large amount of stolen mail. officers were able link the stolen credit cards to a burglary at a san jose home wednesday night. and discovered the car had been stolen from a parking lot in hollister. the pair are now facing a string of charges including suspicion of car theft and possession of illegal weapons. police are on the hunt for thieves who stole thousands of dollars worth of mercahndise from a gilroy outlet store. police released these surveillance images of the suspects on your screen. at least three people walked into the hugo boss outlet store on december 11th. >> marty:police say these people took nearly four thousand dollars worth of merchandise before driving off in a black ford expedition with white paper plates. anyone with information about their identies is asked to call gilroy police. on the peninsula. police have charged a man who they say repeatedly sexually assaulted a friend of his two young daughter's. according to the san mateo
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county district attorneys office, ronald lauron of south san francisco abused the young girl when the girl was at lauron's house for sleepovers. they say this went on over a 3 year span. the girl eventually told a school counselor who informed her parents. the jury found lauron guilty on 28 counts related to the assaults. he was taken into custody after the guilty verdict was delivered. lauron had been free on bail since 20-14. coming up next on kron four news weekend. bluetooth speakers are a popular gift this holiday season. the best ones you can get for your loved ones, coming up next in the tech report. live look outside. san francisco international airport. a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning.
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for the weekned. it's the rumba party in berkeley. come out and enjoy folkloric drums, dance and more. it's all happening at the la pena cultural center from 3:30 to 6:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:if you're looking for a good gift for the techie in your life, you're in luck. kron 4 tech reporter gabe slate shows us some of his recommendations. >> stanley: >> j.r.: >> reporter:lg has a couple solid small portable high quality bluetooth speakers. the ultimate ears roll and the boom 3. the battery lasts forever on these little guys. samsung has a wireless speaker called the level box again. small in stature but it gets really loud. it can practically fill a room. now there are bigger high end units that sit on the shelf like the fluance fi30 these can act as your main speaker in your living room and for your tv. but also feature the bluetooth syncing to your phone. stand up - this one the jbl flip 3 is splash proof so it will survive a spill or light rain and there are several rugged ones on the market like the altec lansing speaker that handle drops, dust, dirt and are fully water proof. it can be submerged in water. stand up - ding! - here's an idea. let's put a bluetooth speaker in a
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light bulb. yup it exists this is the sengled pulse smart light bulb controlled by phone. you can change the color the light and play music from the bulb from your device >> reporter:if you think that is creative check this out. nats - music this is the kushion with a "k". a soft padded cushion that has a high end speaker built into it. great for the hardcore couch potato. or could be taken out and about. hotels, road trips. here's another unique one, the dream-pad bluetooth speaker pillow will surround your head in your favorite soothing music or sounds you like to sleep too. and . it gets stranger. this is a road warrior battle ready portable speaker called survivor it can jump your car if your battery dies and features an ultra-bright 110 lumens led flashlight. with bluetooth speakers you don't have to sync your device. they always have an aux plug in so you can just use the old fashion reliable cable connection.
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next on kron four news weekend. christmas is right around the corner. a look at some groups in san francisco that's making sure everyone's in the holiday spirit. . live look outside. from kirkwood.a high today of 20 degrees with snow. they've had 16 inches in the past 24 hours. live look outside. san mateo bridge. a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning. for the weekned. it's the santa run and festival in san jose. come out and dress up as your favorite holiday character and jog trhough downtown san jose. its all happening at the plaza de cesar chavez starting at 1:00. the event is free to attend.
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weather is expected through at least the middle of next week. and lower 57 best we will get out there too far out last called for tomorrow morning yet
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forecast by some of the scattered frost an early riser be is the son we do a lot of scraping action here as we start really quickly up the trans island and eyes to you polarization fleshed out by the sun and here you can see the frost and freeze talk light blue is where the frost advisories' dark purple the freeze warning as and then they'll be in effect for another 15 minutes are so before zone forecasts east bay shoreline or fifties along their along inland they don't change too much some inland spikes temperatures could do little extra climbed to do this integers from yesterday said francisco at 54 high today 51 first presidio down to san mateo county pre much lower 50 that
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worked here the closed lower fifties as well up to the north bay looking at 54 pendulum of and about heading into the valleys and lines 55 going on for nabokov. my >> reporter: moderation at the afternoon highs 60 by the middle of the week and then a little bit when it gets here on wednesday might lillo's did not watch out and to the holiday weekend it looks pretty good >> marty:there are now 7 days left to get your shopping done
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before christmas. but for some families, buying gifts during the holiday season can be a difficult task. but there are several efforts in the bay area to make sure everyone has a good holiday this year. kron4's jeff pierce has that story. >> : brings me joy to be here it is exciting. >> reporter: small army of volunteers gathered to make selections from the kid from a generous tips
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>> marty:in the east bay. a salon in oakland is inviting needy families into its ship to spread holiday cheer. 17 jewels salon and spa collected toys and gifts and is now ready to give them away. these are pictures of some of the gifts they have collected this year and the festivites at their toy giveaway last year. 17 jewels is inviting local families to come to their salon this friday, december 23rd. the giveaway starts at 5-30 pm at 48-01 telegraph avenue-- oakland. the man who can be credited with saving countless lives has passed away. doctor henry heimlich-- the creator of the heimlich maneuver developed the treatment in 19- 74.
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he did it during his time as the director of surgery at jewish hospital in cincinnati. his family released a statement, calling him a "hero to many people around the world." his son says the death resulted from complications following the massive heart attack he suffered at his home last monday. he was 96. in national news. >> marty:people in badin,north carolina are demanding answers after the death of a man who deputies shocked with a taser. it happened thursday morning when 39-year-old marlon lewis called nine-one-one to report that someone was trying to kill him. authorities say lewis was agitated when an officer arrived and there was a fight. when back-up arrived, they shocked the father of two with a taser. lewis then had a heart attack and died at the scene.
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an officer was wearing a body camera during the incident. but the footage has yet to be released. the three officers involved in the incident are on paid administrative leave. four former employees of a florida home depot say they got fired for helping police track down a shoplifter. officials say last month a thief stole nearly one-thousand dollars worth of power tools from a home depot store in the town of palm coast. when the thief tried to flee the scene in a get-away vehicle the four employee's chased him down.
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the employees then tried to get the car's license plate number, which is apparently against company policy. when management got word of the incident, they fired all four of the men. the now former employee's believe their punishment was too severe. police were however able to arrest this man, brandon mullens for shoplifting. but the four former home depot employees, still haven't gotten their jobs back. coming up on kron four news weekend. pope francis is now 80 years old. next, we'll show you the unusual way he celebrated his birthday a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning. for the weekned. it's the youth winter concert in mill valley. come out and enjoy music and more. it's all happening at the throckmorton theatre from 12:00 to 1:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:the leader of the catholic church is now 80-years- old. and he celebrated it an unconventional way. known for being humble-- pope francis shared breakfast with eight homeless people. according to the vatican, the homeless people where chosen earlier that morning. the pope offered his guests
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sweets from his native argentina during the meal. the breakfast featured pastries, meats, nutella and orange juice. pope francis followed the breakfast by celebrating mass with the cardinals.
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çááámartyáááñ good morning and welcome to the kron 4 news weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. here's a quick look at temps this morning... the cold weather continues
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throughout the bay area. freeze warnings were in place last night. and we are expecting more cold temperatures today. for more on the cold dave spahr joins us. kron 4 news weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. here's a quick look at temps this morning. the cold weather continues throughout the bay area. freeze warnings were in place last night. and we are expecting more cold temperatures today. for more on the cold dave spahr joins us. >> reporter: and robert swansea's piquancy openness of our north face still and then in contrast to four hours ago some cases have a dozen degrees of
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behind little ahead open threes and francisco have been bay a 5. live shot at ocean beach away this go today. similar performance for the bay and the coast. sen azalea 53 a little bit we look in terms of rising temperatures and also into a week ahead. >> marty:and people are looking for many ways to stay warm in this cold bay area weather. but local fire departments are warning people to be careful. kron four's lydia pantazes shows
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us how to stay safe in the cold. as the temperatures drop. "it's been real cold." >> reporter:people are searching for ways to keep warm. "lots of blankets, extra jackets. extra layers" "we've been cranking the heat up a little more than we like, we want to keep the cost down but ultimately it's pretty important to stay warm and then we've also been using the fire place off and on when we can to get warm." but firefighters are sending out a warning about people using space heaters to warm up. "it can be an efficient way to heat a small area but it's gotta be done safely." some people we spoke with say they won't use them because of the risk. "our concern with that is that if we have space heaters and maybe one of our kids turns it on and they get left on we think it's a little too much of a hazard so we just work with the heating system that's in the home." but if you do plan on using a
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space heater. battalion chief jim selover with the san ramon fire department says you should make sure there is 3-feet of open space around your heater. >> :"keep them on a flat stable surface. be very careful when you have kids and pets around them make sure someone is supervising them at all times so they don't touch the heater and get injured or it gets knocked over and starts a fire." >> reporter: and never leave it unattended. "if you're going to leave the room you should turn it off, if you're going to go to bed turn it off, if you're just now purchasing a space heater always look for some of the newer models that have some of the better safety features on it. in san ramon, lyida pantazes kron four news." >> reporter:you can track the weather conditions around the bay area with the kron four mobile app. we have live radar -- plus, you can be the first to know about severe weather in your area. we'll keep you updated through breaking news push alerts. it's free for both apple and android devices. >> marty:and breaking news from overnight. a 49-year-old man from pacifica is dead this morning after a solo crash in san mateo. officers found him in his car
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saturday, but believe the crash happened friday night. it happened near the highway 92 connector ramp to northbound u-s highway 1-0-1. officers believe he lost control of his car and collided with the concrete barrier on the east side of the roadway. a man is in jail this morning in connection with the death of a 23-year-old woman in daly city. police responded to a domestic dispute on fairview avenue in daly city early saturday morning. they found ariana hatami suffering from severe injuries to her head. she died of her injuries at a local hospital.
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police arrested 23-year old fredrick tran. he is believed to have been dating hatami. neighbors were stunned to learn of the incident. if this incident turns out to be murder. it would mark daly city's first homicide of 20-16. and in the east bay. 19-year-old desire borela is set to be arraigned tomorrow. she is accused of killing her
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then boyfriend 22-year-old ian irby. police say borela ran irby over with her car following an argument wednesday in the parking lot of the glenwood apartments in herculues. a witness called to report that she was driving in circles with irby trapped under the car. but by the time officers arrived irby was dead. borela is charged with vehicular manslaughter. her bail is set at 80-thousand dollars. breaking news we're following this morning. >> marty:at least one person has been shot in oakland. it happened in the 2500 block of mason street, near foothill boulevard. police have not released further information. other breaking news we're following this morning. at least one person is dead following a crash on interstate highway 580 east of altamont. the collison was reported around 4:30 this morning on eastbound 580, just west of west grant line road. stay with us this morning for updates. in other bay area headlines. >> marty:firefighters this morning are looking into what caused a two-story home in south san francisco to suddenly burst into flames. this is video from the scene. it happened around four in the morning yesterday on bay park circle near sign hill park. firefighters contained the fire in under an hour. one person suffered minor burns to their hand. the cause of the fire is unknown but firefighters believe the flames originated in the garage. >> marty:coming up on kron four news weekend. tragedy at a wedding party. a tree fell over and kills at least one person. we'll have the reason officials think the tree might have fallen. and an east bay package theft with a twist. what one homeowner did to plot his revenge against a theif. and coming up next. a decline in customers for wells fargo.
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the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. çááámartyáááñ[take vo] çááávoáááñ wells fargo's fake account scandal ha wells fargo's fake account scandal has done a number on the bank's reputation. the san francisco based bank says it is not attracting as many new customers compared to last year. in november, new customer checking account openings were down 41-percent compared to 2015. >> marty:the bank's reputation taking the huge hit after the scandal involving the setting up of phony accounts with customer money without their permission. wells fargo agreed to a 185- million- dollar settlement with regulators back in september. and p-g-and-e's plan to roll out charging stations for electric vehicles won't be quite as big as planned and it could have an effect on monthly bills. state regulators will allow for up to 75-hundred stations. p-g-and-e wanted to install 25- thousand of them. the state would allow the utility to use 130 million dollars in customers' money to pay for the charging stations. the originial plan called for more than 650-million. for the weekned. holiday street fair in berkeley. come out and enjoy art and shop for some gifts. it's all happening on telegraph avenue from 11 to 6.
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the event is free to attend. and while we deal with cold temperatures here in the bay area. the east coast continues to deal with tons of snow.
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[take vo]çááávoáááñ and while we deal with cold temperatures here in the bay area... the east coast continues to deal with tons of snow. here's video from brooklyn yesterday afternoon. those cold temperatures with snow and freezing rain caused many highway accidents across the region yesterday. at least nine deaths were blamed on the slick roads. the national weather service says a warm front should pass across the
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nation's midsection and on the east coast. ááadlib about snow/weather with dave.áá çááámartyáááñ[take: live] çáááliveáááñ live look outside...sutro tower. çááámartyáááñ toss to weather. >> reporter: in the summer was a long care services. it will be cool this afternoon and to augment the national picture in terms of colorization. so contrast we talked about this yesterday. 25 of israel this discussion meanwhile five-year is chicago of the six and house in the '80s a look back we conceived a progress from the west and in terms of making it somewhat frigid this morning and upper 20s so in the
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north today. none spots livermore we see them popping into the '40's. 36 coming in for san francisco and pushes a lot of ratings in the lower fiftie'' forties this cuts by 15 at that point to the cheers turned to go back down. the dry air at hand expect members to fall well within the system a and again repeat the performance of scattered frost the how many advisories' posted but they will be later on. not a bad data go to the beach just chile debris is getting at the coast obviously. >> reporter: nights inland talking thirties' moderation by midweek there's a shower is we're talking around thursday
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and another one christmas night it looks like a dry but cool right on into the next weekend. >> reporter: other inspection and we have that extended as well. >> marty:covering california. one person is dead this morning and five others are injured after a tree fell at a wedding party in los angeles county. people were taking photos under a large eucalyptus tree and it suddenly fell. it's still unclear which member of the wedding party was killed. officials with the l-a county fire department say most of the other injuries were minor. >> marty:they say it's possible the tree was affected by the drought , but it's still unclear why it fell. >> marty:police in san mateo continue to search for a gunman this morning after a 24-year-old man was shot outside of a popular bowling alley in san mateo. the shooting happened friday
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night. kron four's philippe djegal reports there are still many unanswered questions. >> reporter:an unusually eventful night in san mateo -- reached a head at around 10 o'clock friday night. after witnesses reported gunshots in the parking lot outside bel mateo bowl. soon after, police had the place surrounded. >> :sot- "i was trying to leave, trying to hangout with some co- workers.and the next thing you know, the whole building is barricaded by police, we couldn't leave." >> reporter:the victim -- a 24- year-old man, who investigators say is at a hospital in serious but stable condition. >> reporter:police say the victim *was inside the bowling alley at some point. but its not clear what led up to the shooting outside. bridge san mateo police say this wasn't a random shooting. investigators say it appears the victim was targeted. and, that this is an isolated incident. >> :sot- "this is our neighborhood bowling alley -- we've been coming here for decades. my wife's in a howling league here -- i love this place." >> reporter:the morning after -- families with young children still showed up to bowl a game or two. the shooting stunned many, seeing as police say violent crimes are uncommon in this part of town. >> reporter:eric moir is hosting his six-year-old daughter's birthday party here. >> :sot- "what happened last night is obviously a tragedy. but, uh, hey, we know this place
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is the place to have fun and we're gonna keep doing that." bel mateo bowl general manager sara waddell lewinstein says she appreciates all the support she's received from members of the community who pledge to continue to show up despite what happened friday night. >> :sot- "i want this to stay and safe environment -- that's our number one goal is to keep it safe." investigators have not released any suspect information. police say they haven't ruled out that this case may be gang- related. in san mateo, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> marty:in national news this morning. jurors won't consider dylan roof's mental health as they deliberate on the death penalty. roof filed a notice with a federal judge friday saying he won't call any mental health experts during the penalty phase of his trail starting january third. the same jury that convicted roof of hate crimes and other charges thursday will decide whether he should sentenced to life in prison without parole or the death penalty.
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>> marty:roof is acting as his own lawyer in the penalty phase. he is being sentenced for killing nine black charleston church worshippers. s >> marty:in world headlines. china this morning says it's in the process of retruning an underwater drone it siezed from the u-s. the u-s navy released two underwater drones to conduct research in international waters south of china. an unarmed military research ship was in the process of retrieving the drones, when a chinese boat took control of it. the chinese defense ministry said their boat initially didn't know what the drone was and seized it for navigational safety reasons. the seizure comes in a time of heightened tension between china and the u-s. first from president-elect donald trump taking a call from taiwan's president. and then questioning the legitimacy of the one-china policy. >> marty:coming up next on kron four news weekend. the warriors put on a show against the trail blazers. and the raiders have a chance to clinch a playoff spot for the first time in over a decade. bay area sports, next.
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>> marty:live look outside. richmond bridge a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning. for the weekned. it's the forest wreath making workshop in san francisco. come out and create your own holiday trimmings from the presidio forest. it's all happening at the main post lawn from 11 to 4. it's free to attend. ♪ life... is unpredictable. life is deaths. and births. sickness and health. love and heartbreak. and covered california is there for it all. not just to help keep you well. but to make sure the cost of being unwell doesn't ruin this whole life thing. because it's more than just health care. it's life care. in dubs news.. the
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warriors took on the portland trail blazers in a match up of one of two of the n-b-a's best guards.[take vo]çááávoáááñ steph curry ready to go in this one. and it was all warriors from the beginning as they dubs dismantale the blazers. warriors forward kevin durant had a great game in this one. scoring 34 points on 11 of 13 shooting. draymond green also had a great game passing the ball. dishing out 13 assists on the game. the warriors win this one easily 135 to 90. çááámartyáááñ[take: on cam] çáááon camáááñ today, the raiders are playing in what
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could be their biggest game in over a decade.[take vo] çááávoáááñ if they beat the chargers in san diego, the silver and black would clinch a playoff spot for the first time since 2002. the ten and three raiders have the second longest playoff drought in the n-f-l. they are coming off a tough loss against the kansas city chiefs on thursday night football. kick-off is set for 1:25 this afternoon. çááámartyáááñ the 49ers are looking for their first win since week one and they face a tough task in atlanta. in dubs news. the warriors took on the portland trail blazers in a match up of one of two of the n- b-a's best guards. steph curry ready to go in this one. and it was all warriors from the beginning as they dubs dismantale the blazers. warriors forward kevin durant had a great game in this one. scoring 34 points on 11 of 13 shooting. draymond green also had a great game passing the ball. dishing out 13 assists on the game. the warriors win this one easily 135 to 90. today, the raiders are playing in what could be their biggest game in over a decade. if they beat the chargers in san diego, the silver and black would clinch a playoff spot for the first time since 2002. the ten and three raiders have the second longest playoff drought in the n-f-l. they are coming off a tough loss against the kansas city chiefs on thursday night football. kick-off is set for 1:25 this afternoon. >> marty:the 49ers are looking for their first win since week one and they face a tough task in atlanta. the falcons lead the n-f-l in both total points and points per
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game this season. r receiver julio jones will a man tries to steal a package from an east bay home.. but the homeowner had other plans. find out what happens, next. [take: live]çáááliveáááñ live look outside... golden gate bridge.. çááámartyáááñ[take: fullscreen] çáááfullscreenáááñ >> marty: its chilly out there and for all week and not " sing- along. the klan is a community voice it's the wintersongs community sing along in oakland. come out and enjoy seasonal harmonies by community voices. it's all happening at the nile hall at 5. the event is free to attend.
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the holidays don't officialy begin, until it's time to make: flaky, delicious, piping hot things.
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golden brown and sticky things. fresh out of the oven, why can't they cool things? new things, old things. and blink and they're gone, those went fast things. make the oven one of the things they're most excited to open. it's baking season. warm up the holidays with pillsbury. is that they contour to your body.r-pedic mattresses... it keeps us comfortable and asleep at night. get your tempur-pedic. the most highly recommended bed in america for as low as $25 per month and 90 night free trial. çááámartyáááñ toss to weather >> reporter: aeries kohler and
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those to have to raise its cold start it will be a chilly afternoon and the chilly weekend for us. >> reporter: but gradually cool and not majorly at this hour we still see opera 20s hovering at santa rosa napa but even at at 28. copper 36 on the east bay shoreline some moderation happening there and quite chilly san jose and 35 san francisco. and the approaching of it it few degrees behind yesterday's performance although oakland san francisco down 1/2 monday a little warmer this morning and yesterday expect the frost to return again tomorrow morning scattered about and without having statements issued. mt. diablo we have sunrise happening for the foreground all nice to live up here. a sunny day for you this afternoon looking ahead and temperatures in the
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30's and lends inland's. >> reporter: and that we repeat that christmas night. in looking at 5253 for san jose and jumping ahead next couple days. we do get highs around tuesday a couple degrees above normal those might be lows in the '20s yet again. dead after a fire at a home in >> marty: decided to do something about it. they set up a security camera you can see the package thief casually walk up to front door and take the item. he then walks back to the car and puts the package in the passenger seat. what the man doesn't know is that the resident now has video
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of the crime along with a shot of the license plate. you can see the homeowner run out of the house to confront the man, but the car quickly takes off. the homeowner has turned the video over to hayward police. in the south bay. >> marty: said a security camera outside his home and a decoy package can't react to take a live video you can see the package they've cashed it walking at the front door and takes the item. then walks back end a cashless sold packages.
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and a number of packages on loaded them into a stolen car that earlier a 23 year-old and 26 year-old margot's crew or phone in saratoga and thousands of dollars worth of stolen merchandise. they found it jewelry women's clothing and construction equipment that were stolen. all four suspects arrested in santa clara county jail. >> reporter: friends if the to continue as and sister a mission district kron four's spencer blake was at a club in san francisco's mission district where friends and family remembered the life of one of those victims, musician chelsea dolan. >> reporter:the pictures.notes.lightsand balloons at the public works s- f told the life story of chelsea faith dolan, an electronic musician who died in the deadly warehouse fire on december second. chelsea, who also performed
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under the name cherushii, wasn't just a regular performer at clubs and parties in the bay area. her techno and dance music also toured the country with her. >> :"chelsea had one true plan, and she followed it faithfully - do that thing that makes you happy to get out of bed each morning." >> reporter:the night of the ghost ship fire, chelsea's last text to a friend mentioned that she didn't want to be at that gig, and was more in the mood to just hang out. >> :"there are just so many amazing earrings here with no ears to wear them. her cute zebra-print shoes are here by the bed; there's no feet for them." >> reporter:for a while she lived in germany, and ended up making international friendships with several people who came to san francisco for her memorial. partly because of her regular radio shows on cal berkeley's k-a-l-x , she became someone that other bay area musicians knew about before they even met her. >> :"her and i just introduced each other, ya know - 'you're chelsea!'
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'and you're osby!' through the years, we hung out every so often." >> reporter:taking a look at the pictures, slideshows, and handwritten notes, you'd see mentions of chelsea's kindness, and her fierce opposition to those who mistreated others. >> :"i made a promise to my beloved daughter that i will be true to her unique spirit." >> reporter:after the speeches and shared memoriesthe dancefloor was alive with cherushii's music.and probably not for the last time. >> reporter:in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news. >> marty:many people are now starting to question a new u.s. water law that could have an impact on california. president obama signed new legislation that orders the golden state's federal water project to deliver the maximum amount of water possible to farmers and other users. while farmers welcome the measure, scientists fear it will conflict with state laws meant to ensure enough water for endangered fish. >> reporter:in the south bay. police officers arrested two
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people after they noticed a stolen car in a target parking lot in morgan hill. according to police-- the pair tried to buy items inside the target with stolen credit cards. inside the car, police found a large amount of stolen mail. officers were able link the stolen credit cards to a burglary at a san jose home wednesday night. and discovered the car had been stolen from a parking lot in hollister. the pair are now facing a string of charges including suspicion of car theft and possession of illegal weapons. >> reporter:police are on the hunt for thieves who stole thousands of dollars worth of mercahndise from a gilroy outlet store. police released these surveillance images of the suspects on your screen. at least three people walked into the hugo boss outlet store on december 11th. police say these people took nearly four thousand dollars worth of merchandise before driving off in a black ford expedition with white paper plates. >> marty:anyone with information about their identies is asked to call gilroy police.
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>> marty:coming up next on kron four news weekend. bluetooth speakers are a popular gift this holiday season. the best ones you can get for your loved ones, coming up next in the tech report. live look outside. san francisco international airport. a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning. for the weekned. it's the rumba party in berkeley. come out and enjoy folkloric drums, dance and more. it's all happening at the la pena cultural center from 3:30 to 6:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:if you're looking for a good gift for the techie in your life, you're in luck. kron 4 tech reporter gabe slate shows us some of his recommendations. >> reporter:lg has a couple solid small portable high quality bluetooth speakers. the ultimate ears roll and the boom 3. the battery lasts forever on these little guys. samsung has a wireless speaker called the level box again. small in stature but it gets really loud. it can practically fill a room. d for your tv.. but also feature the bluetooth syncing to your phone..
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now there are bigger high end units that sit on the shelf like the fluance fi30 these can act as your main speaker in your living room and for your tv. but also feature the bluetooth syncing to your phone. >> reporter:this one the jbl flip 3 is splash proof so it will survive a spill or light rain and there are several rugged ones on the market like the altec lansing speaker that handle drops, dust, dirt and are fully water proof. it can be submerged in water. stand up - ding! - here's an idea. let's put a bluetooth speaker in a light bulb. yup it exists this is the sengled pulse smart light bulb controlled by phone. you can change the color the light and play music from the bulb from your device >> reporter:if you think that is creative check this out. nats - music this is the kushion with a "k". a soft padded cushion that has a high end speaker built into it. great for the hardcore couch potato. or could be taken out and about. hotels, road trips. here's another unique one, the dream-pad bluetooth speaker pillow will surround your head
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in your favorite soothing music or sounds you like to sleep too. and . it gets stranger. this is a road warrior battle ready portable speaker called survivor it can jump your car if your battery dies and features an ultra-bright 110 lumens led flashlight. with bluetooth speakers you don't have to sync your device. they always have an aux plug in so you can just use the old fashion reliable cable connection. next on kron four news weekend. christmas is right around the corner. a look at some groups in san francisco that's making sure everyone's in the holiday spirit. . live look outside. from kirkwood.a high today of 20
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degrees with snow. they've had 16 inches in the past 24 hours. live look outside. san mateo bridge. a look at temps this morning.
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>> marty: to sunshine today maybe even at starting to warm up. >> reporter: pace yourself lots of sunshine we have that going in a lot of wednesday there that adds an extra shelf cool week and all it temperatures are now on the north bay and 28 stolen at but 27 and 23 for fairfield
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out battle in the east bay shoreline racing ahead of 4233 san as state still quite chilly there as well and 36 for san francisco. tonight we revisit tempo some areas still get there. as of right now and of statements that about we will get a scattered frost and potentially some areas again below freezing a bit. widespread 30 is more than that for the weekend and a little bit more temperate holland council. >> reporter: for the ski resorts stilwell's sunshine for the most part here is will we have going on in the east bay shoreline pre much the same inland livermore valley and an active the for brentwood pittsburgh coming in at 53
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meanwhile to the south bay it you have 52 monday with little bit warmer heading on into san jose evergreen l.p. this 53 san clara meanwhile san francisco comes in at about 50 mission district as well 51 presidio 7 tailcoat most ratings cellar fifties as well 49 redwood city and then at 52 daly city coming in at 51. up toward the north bay is 54 going on for petaluma. >> reporter: but agrees that the coast and 55 for knapp of vallejo 5370 forecast as we mentioned cold numbers piquancy overnight lows in the '30's for the docile week. lay >> reporter: all and pretty dry it moderation for the middle
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of a week. >> marty:but for some families, buying gifts during the holiday k. but can be a difficult task. but there are several efforts in the bay area to make sure everyone has a good holiday this year. kron4's jeff pierce has that story. >> reporter: less honorable family get toys this year. salvation army what they call the toy for joy shop here. making it look like a shopping experience. >> : assess the data help for
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other people. from generous christian community. midnight last night and also five kids first in line to get toys for their children. many young children those was meant there really was a senate calls. sometimes the simplest of spring the most joy. >> marty:in the east bay. a salon in oakland is inviting needy families into its ship to spread holiday cheer. 17 jewels salon and spa collected toys and gifts and is now ready to give them away. these are pictures of some of
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the gifts they have collected this year and the festivites at their toy giveaway last year. 17 jewels is inviting local families to come to their salon this friday, december 23rd. the giveaway starts at 5-30 pm at 48-01 telegraph avenue-- oakland. the man who can be credited with saving countless lives has passed away. doctor henry heimlich-- the creator of the heimlich maneuver developed the treatment in 19- 74. he did it during his time as the director of surgery at jewish hospital in cincinnati. his family released a statement, calling him a "hero to many people around the world." his son says the death resulted from complications following the massive heart attack he suffered at his home last monday. he was 96. >> marty:in national news.
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people in badin,north carolina are demanding answers after the death of a man who deputies shocked with a taser. it happened thursday morning when 39-year-old marlon lewis called nine-one-one to report that someone was trying to kill him. authorities say lewis was agitated when an officer arrived and there was a fight. when back-up arrived, they shocked the father of two with a taser. lewis then had a heart attack and died at the scene. an officer was wearing a body camera during the incident. but the footage has yet to be released. the three officers involved in the incident are on paid administrative leave. four former employees of a florida home depot say they got fired for helping police track down a shoplifter. >> marty:officials say last month a thief stole nearly one- thousand dollars worth of power tools from a home depot store in the town of palm coast. when the thief tried to flee the scene in a get-away vehicle the four employee's chased him down. the employees then tried to get the car's license plate number, which is apparently against company policy.
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when management got word of the incident, they fired all four of the men. the now former employee's believe their punishment was too severe. police were however able to arrest this man, brandon mullens for shoplifting. but the four former home depot employees, still haven't gotten their jobs back.
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coming up on kron four news weekend. pope francis is now 80 years old. next, we'll show you the unusual way he celebrated his birthday a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning. for the weekned. it's the youth winter concert in mill valley. come out and enjoy music and more. it's all happening at the throckmorton theatre from 12:00 to 1:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:the leader of the catholic church is now 80-years- old. and he celebrated it an unconventional way.
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known for being humble-- pope francis shared breakfast with eight homeless people. according to the vatican, the homeless people where chosen earlier that morning. >> marty: the neighborhood watch even working of a plot a party willing to better bring performance and middle-aged. >> reporter: 57 shares or 30's and the north bay dropping down at 29 at the last trading at 30 across much of the region. and a check now on your forecast coming up as it continues.
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>> marty:good morning and welcome to the kron 4 news weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. here's a quick look at temps
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this morning. the cold weather continues throughout the bay area. freeze warnings were in place last night. and we are expecting more cold temperatures today. for more on the cold dave spahr joins us. to salicylate neurologist status bar concede it's really warm 20's and '30's across-the-board 40 zori and off to a cold start. we will repeat this performance tomorrow morning's. heehaw vallejo cold spot 2933 fairfield 41 for livermore's and azalea 48 and 40's as the concealing eased a shoreline. we're catching up a little bit in spots of the spray and then along the east bay shoreline. san francisco trailing it compared to yesterday and on the san jose. and in the mines to
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yosemite and eyes peeled for shot snow-covered scenes that we have been heading into the mounds today remember it will be really cold wall-to-wall sunshine trouble getting there and back. and we don't see much in the way on terms of the high clouds today. 54 severances of 52 for oakland san jose at 53. >> marty:and people are looking for many ways to stay warm in this cold bay area weather. but local fire departments are warning people to be careful. kron four's lydia pantazes shows us how to stay safe in the cold. as the temperatures drop. >> :"it's been real cold." >> reporter:people are searching for ways to keep warm. >> :"lots of blankets, extra
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jackets. extra layers" >> :"we've been cranking the heat up a little more than we like, we want to keep the cost down but ultimately it's pretty important to stay warm and then we've also been using the fire place off and on when we can to get warm." >> reporter:but firefighters are sending out a warning about people using space heaters to warm up. >> :"it can be an efficient way to heat a small area but it's gotta be done safely." >> reporter:some people we spoke with say they won't use them because of the risk. >> :"our concern with that is that if we have space heaters and maybe one of our kids turns it on and they get left on we think it's a little too much of a hazard so we just work with the heating system that's in the home." >> reporter:but if you do plan on using a space heater. battalion chief jim selover with the san ramon fire department says you should make sure there is 3-feet of open space around your heater. "keep them on a flat stable
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surface. be very careful when you have kids and pets around them make sure someone is supervising them at all times so they don't touch the heater and get injured or it gets knocked over and starts a fire." and never leave it unattended. "if you're going to leave the room you should turn it off, if you're going to go to bed turn it off, if you're just now purchasing a space heater always look for some of the newer models that have some of the better safety features on it. in san ramon, lyida pantazes kron four news." >> marty:you can track the weather conditions around the bay area with the kron four mobile app. we have live radar -- plus, you can be the first to know about severe weather in your area. we'll keep you updated through breaking news push alerts. it's free for both apple and android devices. >> marty:and breaking news from overnight. a 49-year-old man from pacifica is dead this morning after a solo crash in san mateo. officers found him in his car saturday, but believe the crash happened friday night. it happened near the highway 92 connector ramp to northbound u-s highway 1-0-1.
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officers believe he lost control of his car and collided with the concrete barrier on the east side of the roadway. >> marty:a man is in jail this morning in connection with the death of a 23-year-old woman in daly city. police responded to a domestic dispute on fairview avenue in daly city early saturday morning. they found ariana hatami suffering from severe injuries to her head. she died of her injuries at a local hospital.
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police arrested 23-year old fredrick tran. he is believed to have been dating hatami. neighbors were stunned to learn of the incident. if this incident turns out to be murder. it would mark daly city's first homicide of 20-16. and in the east bay. 19-year-old desire borela is set to be arraigned tomorrow. she is accused of killing her then boyfriend 22-year-old ian irby. police say borela ran irby over with her car following an argument wednesday in the parking lot of the glenwood apartments in herculues. a witness called to report that she was driving in circles with irby trapped under the car. but by the time officers arrived irby was dead. borela is charged with vehicular manslaughter. her bail is set at 80-thousand dollars. >> marty:breaking news we're following this morning. at least one person has been shot in oakland. it happened in the 2500 block of mason street, near foothill boulevard. police have not released further information. other breaking news we're following this morning. at least one person is dead
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following a crash on interstate highway 580 east of altamont. the collison was reported around 4:30 this morning on eastbound 580, just west of west grant line road. stay with us this morning for updates. in other bay area headlines. firefighters this morning are looking into what caused a two- story home in south san francisco to suddenly burst into flames. this is video from the scene. it happened around four in the morning yesterday on bay park circle near sign hill park. firefighters contained the fire in under an hour. one person suffered minor burns to their hand. the cause of the fire is unknown but firefighters believe the flames originated in the garage. coming up on kron four news weekend. tragedy at a wedding party. a tree fell over and kills at least one person. we'll have the reason officials think the tree might have fallen. and an east bay package theft with a twist. what one homeowner did to plot his revenge against a theif. and coming up next. a decline in customers for wells fargo. we'll have that story after the break.
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>> reporter:for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. wells fargo's fake account scandal has done a number on the bank's reputation. >> marty:the san francisco based bank says it is not attracting as many new customers compared to last year. in november, new customer checking account openings were down 41-percent compared to 2015. the bank's reputation taking the huge hit after the scandal involving the setting up of phony accounts with customer money without their permission. wells fargo agreed to a 185- million- dollar settlement with regulators back in september. and p-g-and-e's plan to roll out charging stations for electric vehicles won't be quite as big as planned and it could have an effect on monthly bills. state regulators will allow for up to 75-hundred stations. p-g-and-e wanted to install 25- thousand of them. the state would allow the utility to use 130 million dollars in customers' money to pay for the charging stations. the originial plan called for more than 650-million.
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>> marty:for the weekned. holiday street fair in berkeley. come out and enjoy art and shop for some gifts. it's all happening on telegraph avenue from 11 to 6. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:and while we deal with cold temperatures here in the bay area. the east coast continues to deal with tons of snow. here's video from brooklyn yesterday afternoon. those cold temperatures with snow and freezing rain caused many highway accidents across the region yesterday. at least nine deaths were blamed on the slick roads. the national weather service says a warm front should pass across the nation's midsection and on the east coast. pass across the nation's midsection and
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>> reporter: can you may recall from yesterday this time we had members in the lower 50s that really dropped off considerably a from a cold front moving in the progress closer to home town how heavenly he can see in the ground and and as you like. and everyone in the 40's you can see on the shoreline. already the 41
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and a dry air is already doing its magic clear on today in the lower 50s. and as we will lose a solar heating and low in the sky we go back to cooling rapidly overnight we will revisit the thirties easily be in some cases upper 20s and note widespread frost and it tomorrow morning of close on a little bit of scraping that yet to deal with some of the cold start its chilly afternoon in the '30's for inland valleys follows a moderation by midweek and the holiday week shower risk and metaphors on forecast come up a bit. >> marty:covering california.
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one person is dead this morning and five others are injured after a tree fell at a wedding party in los angeles county. people were taking photos under a large eucalyptus tree and it suddenly fell. it's still unclear which member of the wedding party was killed. officials with the l-a county fire department say most of the other injuries were minor. they say it's possible the tree was affected by the drought , but it's still unclear why it fell. police in san mateo continue to search for a gunman this morning after a 24-year-old man was shot outside of a popular bowling alley in san mateo. the shooting happened friday night. kron four's philippe djegal reports there are still many unanswered questions. >> marty: an unusually
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eventful night in san mateo -- reached a head at around 10 o'clock friday night. after witnesses reported gunshots in the parking lot outside bel mateo bowl. >> reporter:soon after, police had the place surrounded. >> :sot- "i was trying to leave, trying to hangout with some co-workers.and the next thing you know, the whole building is barricaded by police, we couldn't leave." >> reporter:the victim -- a 24- year-old man, who investigators say is at a hospital in serious but stable condition. police say the victim *was inside the bowling alley at some point. but its not clear what led up to the shooting outside. bridge san mateo police say this wasn't a random shooting. investigators say it appears the victim was targeted. and, that this is an isolated incident. sot- "this is our neighborhood bowling alley -- we've been coming here for decades. my wife's in a howling league here -- i love this place." >> reporter:the morning after --
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families with young children still showed up to bowl a game or two. the shooting stunned many, seeing as police say violent crimes are uncommon in this part of town. eric moir is hosting his six- year-old daughter's birthday party here. >> :sot- "what happened last night is obviously a tragedy. but, uh, hey, we know this place is the place to have fun and we're gonna keep doing that." bel mateo bowl general manager sara waddell lewinstein says she appreciates all the support she's received from members of the community who pledge to continue to show up despite what happened friday night. >> :sot- "i want this to stay and safe environment -- that's our number one goal is to keep it safe." investigators have not released any suspect information. police say they haven't ruled out that this case may be gang- related. in san mateo, philippe djegal, kron four news. in national news this morning. jurors won't consider dylan roof's mental health as they
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deliberate on the death penalty. >> marty:roof filed a notice with a federal judge friday saying he won't call any mental health experts during the penalty phase of his trail starting january third. the same jury that convicted roof of hate crimes and other charges thursday will decide whether he should sentenced to life in prison without parole or the death penalty. roof is acting as his own lawyer in the penalty phase. >> marty:he is being sentenced for killing nine black charleston church worshippers. s in world headlines. china this morning says it's in the process of retruning an underwater drone it siezed from the u-s. the u-s navy released two underwater drones to conduct research in international waters south of china. an unarmed military research ship was in the process of retrieving the drones, when a chinese boat took control of it. the chinese defense ministry said their boat initially didn't know what the drone was and seized it for navigational
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safety reasons. the seizure comes in a time of heightened tension between china and the u-s. first from president-elect donald trump taking a call from taiwan's president. and then questioning the legitimacy of the one-china policy. coming up next on kron four news weekend. the warriors put on a show against the trail blazers. and the raiders have a chance to clinch a playoff spot for the first time in over a decade. bay area sports, next. live look outside. richmond bridge a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning. for the weekned. it's the forest wreath making workshop in san francisco. come out and create your own holiday trimmings from the presidio forest. it's all happening at the main post lawn from 11 to 4. it's free to attend.
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>> marty:in dubs news. the warriors took on the portland trail blazers in a match up of one of two of the n- b-a's best guards. steph curry ready to go in this one. and it was all warriors from the beginning as they dubs dismantale the blazers. warriors forward kevin durant had a great game in this one. scoring 34 points on 11 of 13 shooting. draymond green also had a great game passing the ball. dishing out 13 assists on the game. the warriors win this one easily 135 to 90. today, the raiders are playing in what could be their biggest game in over a decade. if they beat the chargers in san diego, the silver and black would clinch a playoff spot for the first time since 2002. the ten and three raiders have the second longest playoff drought in the n-f-l. they are coming off a tough loss against the kansas city chiefs on thursday night football. kick-off is set for 1:25 this afternoon. the 49ers are looking for their first win since week one and they face a tough task in atlanta. the falcons lead the n-f-l in both total points and points per game this season.
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star receiver julio jones will miss the game for atlanta due to a toe injury. the red and gold will be without torrey smith due to a concussion. kick-off is set for 1:05 this afternoon from atlanta. and on the ice. a battle of division leaders between the sharks and blackhawks later today. each team has won four games in a row and are looking to extend their winning streak. the puck drops at 4:00 this afternoon from chicago. >> marty:coming up next on kron four news weekend. a man tries to steal a package from an east bay home. but the homeowner had other plans. find out what happens, next. live look outside. golden gate bridge. a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning. for the weekned. it's the wintersongs community sing along in oakland. come out and enjoy seasonal harmonies by community voices. it's all happening at the nile hall at 5. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty: we have more of this had more frost on the windshields a survivor 10 minutes. and bravado in land a
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little bit and livermore 38 concord 38 also for santas say how did we do for 24 hours ago about warmer in one spot in east bay care field even san jose were still trailing even at this hour and then as we do see a decline relatively quickly compliments of the sun joining us in a cultural see all over the bay area and we will have the intrusion in the way of wins either it will be cooler than it looks like in the picture window. here is the next eight hours how they shape up 43 much of the day also highs reached probably in the lower 50s meanwhile the bay and coasts also in the lower 50s territory and the next couple days gradual moderation 60 or so, by tuesday and then meanwhile in the bay area's are pulling around '20s and '30s it looks like. and we still have some frost problems
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the next couple days. possibility of shower speaking in a thursday into the day christmas night it looks like and then extended date and that just a bit. >> marty:in the east bay. one person in hayward who was a consistent victim of package theft finally got fed up and decided to do something about it. they set up a security camera and decoy package to catch the thief in the act. you can see the package thief casually walk up to front door and take the item. he then walks back to the car and puts the package in the passenger seat. what the man doesn't know is that the resident now has video of the crime along with a shot of the license plate. you can see the homeowner run out of the house to confront the man, but the car quickly takes off. the homeowner has turned the video over to hayward police. in the south bay. police have made multiple arrests in connection with stolen packages in santa clara county. police say the man on the left of your screen 34-year-old james maybin, and an unidentified accomplice broke into a u-p-s
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storage facility in cupertino. the suspects stole a number of packages and loaded them into a stolen car. then earlier this month, the pair to the right of maybin, 23- year-old amanda matsuo and 26- year-old marcos cruz were found in saratoga with thousands of dollars worth of stolen boxes. >> marty:police say there was jewelry, women's clothing, and construction equipment inside those boxes. all four suspects have been arrested and are currently in the santa clara county jail. the ghost ship fire that killed 36 people happened just over two weeks ago. friends and family of those who died in the tragedy continue to honor the victims. >> marty:kron four's spencer blake was at a club in san francisco's mission district where friends and family remembered the life of one of those victims, musician chelsea dolan.
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>> marty:the pictures.notes.lightsand balloons at the public works s-f told the life story of chelsea faith dolan, an electronic musician who died in the deadly warehouse fire on december second. chelsea, who also performed under the name cherushii, wasn't just a regular performer at clubs and parties in the bay area. her techno and dance music also toured the country with her. "chelsea had one true plan, and she followed it faithfully - do that thing that makes you happy to get out of bed each morning." >> reporter:the night of the ghost ship fire, chelsea's last text to a friend mentioned that she didn't want to be at that gig, and was more in the mood to just hang out. "there are just so many amazing earrings here with no ears to wear them. her cute zebra-print shoes are here by the bed; there's no feet for them." for a while she lived in germany, and ended up making international friendships with several people who came to san francisco for her memorial. partly because of her regular radio shows on cal berkeley's k- a-l-x , she became someone that other bay area musicians knew about before they even met her. >> :"her and i just introduced each other, ya know - 'you're chelsea!'
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'and you're osby!' through the years, we hung out every so often." >> reporter:taking a look at the pictures, slideshows, and handwritten notes, you'd see mentions of chelsea's kindness, and her fierce opposition to those who mistreated others. "i made a promise to my beloved daughter that i will be true to her unique spirit." >> reporter:after the speeches and shared memoriesthe dancefloor was alive with cherushii's music.and probably not for the last time. in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news. many people are now starting to question a new u.s. water law that could have an impact on california. president obama signed new legislation that orders the golden state's federal water project to deliver the maximum amount of water possible to farmers and other users. while farmers welcome the measure, scientists fear it will conflict with state laws meant to ensure enough water for endangered fish. in the south bay.
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>> marty: stolen car in a target parking lot in morgan hill. according to police-- the pair tried to buy items inside the target with stolen credit cards. inside the car, police found a large amount of stolen mail. officers were able link the stolen credit cards to a burglary at a san jose home wednesday night. and discovered the car had been stolen from a parking lot in hollister. the pair are now facing a string of charges including suspicion of car theft and possession of illegal weapons.
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police are on the hunt for thieves who stole thousands of dollars worth of mercahndise from a gilroy outlet store. police released these surveillance images of the suspects on your screen. at least three people walked into the hugo boss outlet store on december 11th. police say these people took nearly four thousand dollars worth of merchandise before driving off in a black ford expedition with white paper plates. anyone with information about their identies is asked to call gilroy police. on the peninsula. police have charged a man who they say repeatedly sexually assaulted a friend of his two young daughter's. coming up next on kron four news bluetooth speakers are a popular gift this holiday season. the best ones you can get for your loved ones, coming up next in the tech report. live look outside. san francisco international airport.
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>> reporter:if you're looking for a good gift for the techie in your life, you're in luck. kron 4 tech reporter gabe slate shows us some of his
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recommendations. lg has a couple solid small portable high quality bluetooth speakers. the ultimate ears roll and the boom 3. the battery lasts forever on these little guys. samsung has a wireless speaker called the level box again. small in stature but it gets really loud. it can practically fill a room. now there are bigger high end units that sit on the shelf like the fluance fi30 these can act as your main speaker in your living room and for your tv. but also feature the bluetooth syncing to your phone. stand up - this one the jbl flip 3 is splash proof so it will survive a spill or light rain and there are several rugged ones on the market like the altec lansing speaker that handle drops, dust, dirt and are fully water proof. it can be submerged in water. stand up - ding! - here's an idea. let's put a bluetooth speaker in a light bulb. yup it exists this is the sengled pulse smart light bulb controlled by phone. you can change the color the light and play music from the bulb from your device if you think that is creative check this out. nats - music this is the kushion with a "k". a soft padded cushion that has a high end speaker built into it. great for the hardcore couch potato. or could be taken out and about. hotels, road trips. here's another unique one, the dream-pad bluetooth speaker pillow will surround your head in your favorite soothing music
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or sounds you like to sleep too. and . it gets stranger. this is a road warrior battle ready portable speaker called survivor it can jump your car if your battery dies and features an ultra-bright 110 lumens led flashlight. with bluetooth speakers you don't have to sync your device. they always have an aux plug in so you can just use the old fashion reliable cable connection. other holiday guests in recovered any of last-minute gift ideas come up for you after the break. foley and sen and sang saylive look outside. from kirkwood.a high today of 20 degrees with snow. they've had 16 inches in the past 24 hours. live look outside. san mateo bridge. a look at temps this morning. it's going to be a cold one this morning. for the weekned. it's the santa run and festival in san jose. come out and dress up as your favorite holiday character and jog trhough downtown san jose. its all happening at the plaza de cesar chavez starting at 1:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> reporter: this morning on the air as and '30's up on the north bay 20 is just a couple of hours ago to 35 in the laval coming in at 37 and livermore and along with the east bay shoreline san jose 38 in the peninsula also foresees a 41 going on for san francisco for today's performance or fifties is the best in mostar for women today and not a lot in the way of wins it will remain somewhat cool during the week ahead. >> reporter: will be back in the business of upper 30's 20's as well more importantly more scraping if you to go out about early in terms of getting a frosted of your car. and over
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the bay down in san francisco and watch intrusion for a high clouds and definitely take the shades are you going it's not as warm as it may looks. over the east bay hills 53 pleasanton livermore and antioch with about 51 tercel and a little bit better improvement better warming we confine in the south bay by a few degrees 52 coming in for mountain view paul auto san jose 5353 also milpitas evergreen in san clara. also mission district looks like presidio maybe 51 sfo 52 san mateo and pretty much the same along the coast as well in the lower 50s. >> reporter: temperatures for
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lows just all we can judge it quite chilly in the east bay shoreline a little bit for the middle of a week. moderation and to about 60 and toying with the shower chance thursday in the day after christmas >> reporter: we have some degree holiday and just to go. go to our site looked all these great list of great ideas >> reporter: start off with this backpack the great thing the person who walks to work for coated bottom.
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and it's very sheik also water resistant has great padding for your computer. these are $25 a great for anyone who that is a host or hostess or anyone the dozen automated drink. each one represents gen whiskey each side has a drink recipes.
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>> reporter: if any little extra in the holiday ever room. and then moving on to a high charlotte alicea. battelle is a very big and everyone will love this.
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525 dollars the >> reporter: paul will sneakers $95. there raving about this you do not need to wear socks counterintuitive will be very hot but actually regulate temperature produce a witness. >> reporter: coolest hickory cooler a balloon to speaker and the cutting knife and. and this
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the person with a snap chat and face time. early >> reporter: 7 we talked about speakers you have one here. all the rage who has a great and home speaker right now. $129. rissole lot of these this is the best one it works
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all you have to say it is a translates or reads recipes lighting thermostat all that.
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often >> marty: dismissal from his native argentina they had peace trees meets orchestras of they followed breakfast is
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celebrating mass with cardinals. it being a social as a link to better brain function as a get older researchers in the united kingdom social engagement has been linked a better conative function at the age of 58 for about a quarter of the participants in the study brain performance improved as the elder. analysts say that all hospice of involvement neighborhood watch even working with a political party are all linked the scatterbrain performance in the late sheehy >> reporter: on its way to oahu where the president was aboard commander she spent the day playing golf in 70 degree weather along childhood friends some good service agents of the presidential family expected to stay through the new year's. >> reporter: does not feel like you're a home from tablatures
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quite cool an afternoon high as 60 assure so in the middle of a week and remained cold overnight 40's for inland valleys all this week and then the next threat of rain and you will thursday christmas night itself is another possibility next week of i'll look as dry as this one and tomorrow morning so we all have as many statements il to scratching of the fall morning hours tomorrow will be given the spread error watching monster in each day and wood burning activities keep that for kron 4 te a clear or not. news at eight.
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[music] >> joel osteen: well, god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes and if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you we will make you feel right at home. but thanks so much for tuning in and thank you again for coming out today. i like to start with something funny and i heard about this lady. she surprised a burglar in her kitchen late one night and she was home alone, didn't have any weapon, didn't know what she would do. finally, she thought, "i'll just say a scripture verse." she shouted out, "acts 2:38." the burglar suddenly froze in his tracks, wouldn't move, and,

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