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here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)strong high pressure will remain in place near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime
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temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain dry through the middle of the month. ( marty ) we beginning with breaking news this morning... two people are dead and at least 70 are injured ... after an amtrak train crashed with a freight train in south carolina. police say the injuries range from scratches ... to broken bones. the amtrak train was travelling from new york to miami. there were eight crew members and 139 passengers on board.
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police say about 5-thousand gallons of fuel spilled. the n-t-s-b is investigating the cause of the crash. ( marty )back here in the bay area. a new report highlights the major problems concerning sex workers at illegal massage parlors. kron 4's ella sogomonian says the report points out that some of the biggest problems are in san francisco and san jose. anti-human trafficking organzation 'polaris' found an average of around 200 illicit massage parlors in both san francisco and san jose each.a task force with the city of san francisco is actively combatting the problem - but with a major hurdle.sot: vanessa russell, love never fails// "many will not come forward becasue it's the only income they have and also for fear of being deported in a way that criminalizes them."in the last three years the report shows san francisco shut down 400 of the parlors. they do this by using code enformcent inspections to
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check in on businesses that stand out. polaris lists some of the warning signs are extremely low prices compared to the average in the area, late night hours, clientele based mostly on men, covered windows, and an appearance that the employees are either living at the parlor or are being brought to work in groups. traffickers also take to the internet using sites like wechat and kakaotalk to recruit victims.sot: vanessa russell, love never fails// "to reach them in their native language offer them a job that is very differnt from what they are experiencing so certainly there is an opportunity to do some digital stings."although this is a billion dollar industry polaris reports law enforcement generally don't have enough resources to dedicate fully to the problem. but there is something they can do...instead of criminalizing the victims the study suggests they provide a local contact within their culture so they are more likely to come forward and get help. ( marty ) new this morning ...
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another large sideshow this morning in oakland. police cited numerous drivers and towed a number vehicles. police reported the sideshow around 2 o'clock this morning ... in the area of high street and foothill boulevard near fremont high school. according to police, spectators broke windows of businesses and threw bottles at officers. ( marty ) an update to a story we first brought you yesterday morning. a man seen carrying an assault-style rifle in pleasant hill ... has been arrested. it all started friday night.police say they received reports of the man at an apartment complex on boyd road in pleasant hill. authorities say the suspect was carrying assault rifle and wearing a bullet-proof vest. police put the area on lock down for several hours as they searched for him. authorities tracked him down at the same apartment complex yesterday. police say the 33-year-old suspect is mentally ill and is receiving treatment at a hospital. he is also now
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facing weapons violations. ( marty ) also in the east bay ... hundreds, who want to keep the alta bates medical center open ... showed up at a forum in berkeley. sutter health confirmed a hospital closure, saying it could take up to ten years. but some who live in berkeley want the facility to stay open. the current plan is to close the hospital's inpatient and emergency room and shift them to a nearby expanded oakland hospital. critics argue that alta bates provides much needed care for those who live between vallejo and oakland. the mayor of berkeley agrees. ( marty ) city officials say they have reached out to other hospitals about relocating to berkeley. but are focused on keeping alta bates open. ( marty ) in san francisco... hundreds of people gathered
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for the aids memorial run at civic center plaza. hundreds more came out to cheer on the runners. the event ... is meant to remember those who died from aids ... and to reflect on the major progress that has been accomplished in the 28 years since the race was established. ( marty ) everyone is ready for the big game today. and as one of the most high- profile and densely-crowded events in the world ... (áááboxesááá)the host city of minneapolis is sparing no expense in security. in addition to ground patrols. there will be a blackhawk helicoptor patrolling the sky. they will enforce the no-fly zone, a 32-mile perimeter around the stadium. ( marty ) u-s customs and border protection say its important for to make sure fans feel safe at the big game. ( marty ) still ahead on
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the kron 4 morning news ... a teenage girl is being remembered one month after she was killed in a hit and run. we have an update on the investigation to find who may have done it. ( marty ) plus... san francisco's mayor race is heating up. you'll hear from some of the candidates. ( marty ) many people will be enjoying delicious food for today's super bowl. after the break ... we'll tell you how to make it a healthy party. (ácommercialá)
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on super bowl sunday than any other day of the year except thanksgiving. here's james dinan with some tips to keep your party healthy. super bowl sundays are full of fun, food, friends and football.but they can also be full of germs that you don't want to pass around.the centers for disease control and prevention suggest tackling that buffet table at your party,so food poising doesn't ruin the fun.make sure it's clean and not contaminated with old food
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that could contain bacteria. wash your hands and cutting boards.keep foods such as raw chicken, hamburger meats and hot dogs away from one another to avoid cross contamination and cook everything well.make sure chicken wings reach a minimum internal temperature of 165 degrees fahrenheit and that any ground beef items reaches 160 degrees.as far as those cold foods go, keep them cool.use small servicing trays or bowls of ice to keep salsa and guacamole around 40 degrees or colder.for today's health minute, i'm james dinan. ( dave )scattered early clouds...afternoon clearing. but very warm, your super bowl forecast is next ! ( marty ) for the weekend: come out and enjoy a beautiful day
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and get your yoga in. it will be at dolores park in san francisco. it starts at 11 am ... and it's free. (ácommercialá) do you like big, juicy steak? do you like freshly steamed lobster? do you like the word and? then you'll love outback's steak and lobster. back by popular demand, only $15.99. so hurry in now. outback steakhouse. aussie rules.
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(dave)strong high pressure will remain in place near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain dry through the middle of the month.
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( marty ) on to politics this
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morning.. things are heating in the san francisco mayor's race. kron 4's hermela aregawi was there as hundreds of people showed up at city hall to the hear from some of the candidates. san franciscans came out in droves to hear from the people that want to be their next mayor.five of the 8 candidates showed up to this open forum and were all well-received. ahimsa sumchai/supports mark leno for mayori think we should all be very very proud of all these candidates.nick panagopoulos/san franciscoone of the things that stood out
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to me is the high quality of all the candidates on the stage tonight.supervisors london breed and jane kim, state senator mark leno, former board of supervisor angela alioto.. and community activist amy farah weiss. they focused mostly on the issues of homelessness and affordable housing.jane kim/mayoral candidate:60-percent of all san franciscans are eligible for affordable housing under federal hud guidelines that's how expensive our city has become.london breed/mayoral candidatewe gotta get creative and find sites that are underutilitzed like i did with mcdonalds at stanyan and haight we are going to build 120-160 affordable units that are both low and middle income angela alioto/mayoral candidate you don't put someone in a place for six months then put them back in the same street that they came from. you transition them in to permanent supportive housing. breed addressed being voted out of the interim mayor position by her fellow supervisors.. and said she's moved on.david halenda/supports jane kim for mayori loved to see london breed sort of own that whole moment and let it pass. jane kim really answered some amazing questions in
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particular the problem with automobile traffic and the fact that we need to have less cars and to go with more mass transit i thought that was awesomenick panagopoulos/san franciscothe sadness of seeing folks with addiction all over the streets. i've been here for 10 years. the problem has gotten a lot worse and i think we need somebody in the mayors office that is going to address those issues to help those people out ( marty ) in the south bay... police are searching for the man they say committed a hate crime at a community college in cupertino. it happened last month at de anza college. police say the the man yelled an anti-gay slur at a student. authorities say the man then punched the student in the face and took off. he is described as a white man in his late 30s or early 40s ... around five foot ten and weighing around 200 pounds with ( marty ) a warning for bart passengers after police make arrests in two violent incidents... at two different stations. the first happened at 10:40 p.m. friday night at the sixteenth street
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station in san francisco. police say a man assaulted another man with an unidentified object. kendricx man-ansala ... was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. the second incident... was at the san leandro station. there ... kirby cabrera was arrested... accused of assaulting a victim with a weapon. ( marty ) aside from the big game ... a zip line is taking center stage as one of the most popular attractions in minneapolis. jon schaeffer reports that thousands of fans are taking a fast ride while celebrating super bowl week. the hottest ticket in minnesota "how often do you get to enjoy doing something like this in downtown minneapolis."may not be to get into super bowl 52-- no-- it could be the bold north zip line(dave vest/tower boss) "the super bowl called us up and said hey i know you did one six years ago. would love to have you guys come back and we're going to zip over the mississippi."and zipping they are(nats of zip line)and the reactions seem to all be the same(nat's that was awesome/ oh my goodness/ that was awesome)(meranda zinda/zip
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liner)"oh my gosh first time doing it that's insane it was a little nerve wracking when you're stepping off those steps but amazing experience. the cold really added something to it."(elizabeth boulton/zip liner)"i've never zip lined before, i'd do it again, but it was scary."nats "10,000 people will make their way across the mississippi this week by way of zip line-- and most will do so with a smile on their face." ( marty ) ( marty )that was jon schaffer reporting. the weather for today's big game is expected to be the coldest on record. the predicted kickoff temperature is just nine degrees.of course ... the game is inside a dome ... so it
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will be much warmer for the players and the fans. ( marty )still ahead ... two former 49ers are going into the pro-football hall of fame.j-r stone has that story and more in weekend sports (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) hi, we're alaska airlines.
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from the west coast to the world. oh no. oh no.
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i hate this belt. man oh man. mom, we have a situation. life's bleachable moments need clorox bleach. so here we are super bowl is approaching and those loud philly fans are at it again. this time on board a spirit airlines flight after they were told to tone it down. instead of toning it down those on board broke out their "fly, eagles fly" fight song. this flight was actually leaving los angeles saturday morning in route to philadelphia. so these folks aren't even going to the
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game in minnesota but they are going to be in philadelphia for the game. good luck to them. speaking of football today was a big one for former 49ers great terrell owens who was elected to the nfl hall of fame. owens was with the san francisco 49ers from 1996 to 2003. he was snubbed by the hall of fame voters last year and the year before. his stats are no doubt hall of fame but there have been questions throughout his career about his attitude. many arguiing that he didn't deserve to be voted in because he was more about him than the team. in 16 years he had 156 touchdowns and close to 16-thousand yards receiving. former raider and niner randy moss was elected to the hall of fame saturday as well. probably best known for his time with the minnesota vikings. moss had 156
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touchdowns and over 15- thousand yards in his 15-year career. congrats to randy. it's a been a tough road trip for golden state. they arrived to their hotel in denver at four in the morning... and had to play a back to back in high altitude. we head to pepsi center.. let's pick it up in the third... javale mcgee with the block... warriors go to other way klay thompson finds steph curry... rattles in for a three steph finished with 24 points and 5 triples late in the quarter... kevon looney loses a tooth going up for a rebound warriors still in good shape... golden state up by six heading into the fourth. kevin durant drives to the basket... he led the game with 31 points and 7 assists... second straight game with more than 30 points but here came the nuggets... game tied at 99 will barton hits a big three to put denver ahead.
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warriors ran out of gas late... after the nuggets missed dunk center, nikola jokic hits a three to seal the night denver wins 115-108 they'll host russell westbrook and oklahoma city thunder on tuesday night. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá)
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i tried hard to quit smoking. but when we brought our daughter home, that was it. now i have nicoderm cq. the nicoderm cq patch with unique extended release technology helps prevent your urge to smoke all day. it's the best thing that ever happened to me. every great why needs a great how. ( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)strong high pressure will remain in place near the
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west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain dry through the middle of the month.
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(marty) we're following breaking news out of taiwan... a 6.1 earthquake has hit off of taiwan's east coast this morning. the epicenter was relatively shallow at a depth of five miles. as of right now ... there are no injuries or damages reported. ( marty ) in the east bay... it has been a month since an 18-year-old girl was killed while crossing the street. police are still looking for the person who was driving the car that night. kron four's philippe djegal reports from oakland. where the teen was remembered yesterday by her family. (philippe)nats- " with little regard for life... motorists routinely speed through this oakland intersection.... accelerating as they approach or get off the freeway. car;olyn dunkley/mother- "i miss my baby so much." carolyn dunkley's daughter... chauntel dunkley-rochelle was unfortunately victimized by a wreckless driver the morning of new year's day...
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when she was slammed crossing 98th avenue at sunnyside street... and, did not survive her injuries. car;olyn dunkley/mother- "it's sad -- it just hurts me, my family, my friends -- all of us." on saturday.... chauntel's family and friends remembered her... an 18-year-old senior in high school, whose mom says aspired to be a lawyer or join the military.nats- this group also wants to bring attention to the dangers of this intersection.donald tyler/neighbor- "it's horrible for kids to try and cross the street. it's a school and a park right here -- it makes no sense." donald taylor lives in the neighborhood... and, is a father of four. donald tyler/neighbor- "i don't let my kids cross the street -- that's it." carolyn dunkley says there are ways to make this area safer. carolyn dunkley/mother- "stop light or some speed bumps, or the crossing lights -- something to slow down people." as for her daughter's killer...carolyn dunkley/mothe r- "where are you? i mean, i thought by now you'd have turned yourself in. i know you can't sleep, because i barely can sleep, you know, knowing
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what happened, has happened to her. you know, it's not right. you should come forward. that would be the best thing to do." dunkley says she's confident the oakland police department will eventually solve this case. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) benecia police arrested three people in an investigation of an illegal gaming business. it happened on columbus parkway near interstate 780. police say the suspects had games where people can allegedly gamble on computers that ran slot machine-style games. during the sweep... officers found also found weapons, methamphetamines and drug paraphernalia. the three people are facing drug and gambling charges.. ( marty ) dogs, cats, a duck, a pig and most recently...a peacock. these are all animals that passengers have brought or tried to bring onto a plane. united airlines has had enough, announcing a new crackdown for onboard animals... this follows delta's announcement last week. kron-4's gabe slate
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reports...one of the policies is raising concerns. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. christine benninger, president and ceo of guide dogs for blind based in san rafael understands why united and delta airlines want to tighten the leash on emotional support animals flying with their owners. the airlines say people are calling their pets "emotional support animals" so they can fly them for free saving up to hundreds of dollars on a pet ticket. christine says if the "emotional support animal" is not trained it can put thier blind clients with trained service dogs on the aircraft in danger. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. it can put our clients in
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danger when flying as of march first people will have to submit several documents to united and delta 48 hours before their flight to bring an emotional support animal on board. including current immunization records, a doctor form saying the animal is an official emotional support animal, a signed veterinary form proving the aminal is healthy, and a signed confirmation that the animal is trained. delta is taking things a step further... they are also requiring travelers with service animals, like blind guide dogs... to jump through the same hoops as travelers with emotional support animals. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. it's not fair to legitamate blind with service animals. christine says assembing all the new required paperwork in time to meet delta's 48 hour in advance deadline.. is unfair to their blind clients. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. have to fly for emergencyi asked delta airlines for a reaction to the concern from the service animal community about their new policy. delta directed me to the web page laying out their new policy with a quote from delta management saying: "the rise in serious incidents involving animals in flight leads us to believe that the lack of regulation in both health and training screening for these animals is creating unsafe conditions across u.s.
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air travel," - john laughter, delta airline, senior vice president corporate safety, security and compliancein san rafael gabe slate kron 4 news. still ahead ... we are getting you ready for the big game today with some of the best recipes. that's coming up in this morning's edition of dine and dish.
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>> dr. stanley: remember this: cannot change the laws of god. when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and your faith in him. [music] super bowl sunday is not just about the big game. it's also about the food. on this morning's edition of dine and dish ... kron 4's vicki liviakis has some tips for a great super bowl party at home. football friends - check. big screen and beer - check.s snacks?(superbowl party host) i probably have some triscuits.
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remind me not to show up at this guy's superbowl watch party. to make sure you're the host with the most... let's check in with a pro - grill master ryan farr of 4505 bbq and burgers. the ultimate superbowl party cuisine in my point of view is definitely bbq and chicharrones, pork rinds... beer is perfect for those two items. 4505's motto is pig in r pig out.. so it's ready-made for pigskin action. ryan is quarter-backing this on camera how to. it starts with a good rub of special spices. then a massage of mustard. throw it on the bbq smoker or in the oven. good bark is important.(vicki liviakis) of course if you're not in the mood to cook at home, you can always do takeout and still score points. ryan will be more than happy to throw another rack of ribs on the
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fire for you. they've got the game on too, so you won't miss any of the action. in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron 4 news. after the break ... the hawaii missile worker who sent out a false alert talks for the first time on camera about what went wrong. live look outside... san francisco international airport. it's time for the 'ultimate sleep number event'
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and somebody's smelling around. to the store, "mmm...i smell cookies!" i say, oh no, you just smell me. i just got out of work, that's honey bunches of oats, that's all. i say, don't eat me now. ( marty ) live look outside...sutro tower. dave spahr is here with your weather
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forecast. (dave) strong high pressure will remain in place near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain dry through the middle of the month.
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( marty ) ( marty ) in national news. the department of justice is asking a judge to drop a lawsuit by president trump's former campaign
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manager, paul manafort. manafort filed the lawsuit last month, after special counsel robert mueller charged him with money laundering. the suit claims that mueller overstepped his authority when he brought the charges. but the justice department replied to the judge that the lawsuit is only trying to interfere with mueller's investigation. mueller is looking into possible collusion between the trump campaign and russia. ( marty ) for the first time ... we're hearing from the former state worker who triggered a false alarm about a missile heading for hawaii. he's known only as employee one. he says he was positive the attack was real. he says the alert was supposed to be on speaker phone ... but someone picked up the receiver, so he missed the first part of the message. ( marty )the employee has been fired for the false missile alert. he plans to file an appeal to get
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his job back. he's also considering suing the state for defamation. ( marty @ landing ) we are just hours away from the big game ... where the the philadelphia eagles will take on the reigning champs -- the new england patriots. but as always, a lot of people will be tuning in just for the commericials. maggie lake has a preview. game of thrones star peter dinklage channeling his inner busta rhymes -- and morgan freeman getting his freak on -- promoting doritos and mountain dew...their lip-sync battle of sorts is a "teaser" -- for one of the high-priced ads to come on america's most- watched sporting event of the year: superbowl sunday...most brands are holding off the big surprises for super bowl sunday -- but star-studded mini-previews create almost as much buzz as the game itself. amazon c-e-o jeff bezos revealed that the company's digital assistant device is
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getting a new voice...the ad shows executives scrambling to replace alexa's lost voice with hilarious alternatives -- amazon is paying millions for the ad space ... and they're just one of many big spenders. actor chris pratt is headlining the spot for low- calorie brew michelob ultra. m-&-m's hired danny devito to depict their signature chocolate candy. budweiser's ad tugs at the heartstrings -- promoting the company's efforts to send water to areas hit hard by natural disasters in the u-s. while the tones may differ -- most will likely stay far away from anything that could lead to controversy...brian steinberg, senior tv editor, variety:"i think you're going to see advertisers be very careful about how they depict women. they've been doing that in recent years anyway, because of the backlash against advertisers, like carl's jr. and go daddy, which have had very sort of sexually-charged ads in the past."while they'll have to tread a careful line between charming and politically charged - the big brands spend big on super bowl sunday for one reason: if it's anything like last year - more
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than a hundred million people will be watching. maggie lake, cnn. after the break ... rock star pink is scheduled to sing the national anthem at the super bowl. we'll explain why she may not be at her best later today. ( marty ) here's a live look at kirkwood this morning... ( marty ) for the weekend:
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the asian art museum in san francisco is offering free admission today. come learn about art from different asian countries. it will be from 10 am to 5 pm .... and it's free. ♪ ♪ with the chase mobile app, michaela deprince could pay practically anyone, at any bank, all while performing a grand jeté between two grand pianos.
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she could... in a commercial. in real life she uses it to pay her sister, from her couch, for that sweater she stained. what sweater? (phone buzzes) life, lived michaela's way. chase. make more of what's yours. stars get sick too!
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pink's pre-game performance of the "star spangled banner" might be a little off. that's because she is battling the flu. she announced the news on her instagram saturday morning...placing the blame on her two kids. pink's post features a picture of herself rehearsing. it reads in part quote "trying to practice the ( marty ) there's been a lot of buzz on social media about a possible runion. but justin timberlake and janet jackson will not reunite on the super bowl half-time stage tonight. according to jackson's family ... they haven't forgiven the ten-time grammy-award winner for the infamous wardobe malfunction
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in 2004. janet jackson thanks her fans for their support and looks forward to seeing them very soon. but not tonight at the big game. ( marty ) houston texans star defensive end j.j. watt is the winner of the nfl's walter payton man of the year award.the award recognizes a player's contribution in his community and to society in general. watt raised 37 million dollars in 19 days for hurricane harvey relief ( marty ) passes, eight interceptions and a passer rating of 102.8. ( dave )scattered early clouds...afternoon clearing. but very warm, your super bowl forecast is next !
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you're still here? we're voya! we stay with you to and through retirement. i get that voya is with me through retirement, i'm just surprised it means in my kitchen. so that means no breakfast? voya. helping you to and through retirement. ( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)strong high pressure
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will remain in place near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain dry through the middle of the month. ( marty ) we beginning with
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breaking news this morning... two people are dead and at least 70 are injured ... after an amtrak train crashed with a freight train in south carolina. police say the injuries range from scratches ... to broken bones. now about 27 patients have been released from the hospital. other survivors are being transported by buses from the scene of the crash. the amtrak train was travelling from new york to miami. there were eight crew members and 139 passengers on board. police say about 5-thousand gallons of fuel spilled. the n-t-s-b is investigating the cause of the crash. (marty) we're following breaking news out of taiwan... a 6.1 earthquake has hit off of taiwan's east coast this morning. the epicenter was
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relatively shallow at a depth of five miles. as of right now ... there are no injuries or damages reported. ( marty )back here in the bay area. a new report highlights the major problems concerning sex workers at illegal massage parlors. kron 4's ella sogomonian says the report points out that some of the biggest problems are in san francisco and san jose. anti-human trafficking organzation 'polaris' found an average of around 200 illicit massage parlors in both san francisco and san jose each.a task force with the city of san francisco is actively combatting the problem - but with a major hurdle.sot: vanessa russell, love never fails// "many will not come forward becasue it's the only income they have and also for fear of being deported in a way that criminalizes them."in the last three years the report shows san francisco shut down 400 of the parlors. they do this by using code enformcent inspections to check in on businesses that
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stand out. polaris lists some of the warning signs are extremely low prices compared to the average in the area, late night hours, clientele based mostly on men, covered windows, and an appearance that the employees are either living at the parlor or are being brought to work in groups. traffickers also take to the internet using sites like wechat and kakaotalk to recruit victims.sot: vanessa russell, love never fails// "to reach them in their native language offer them a job that is very differnt from what they are experiencing so certainly there is an opportunity to do some digital stings."although this is a billion dollar industry polaris reports law enforcement generally don't have enough resources to dedicate fully to the problem. but there is something they can do...instead of criminalizing the victims the study suggests they provide a local contact within their culture so they are more likely to come forward and get help. ( marty ) new this morning ...
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another large sideshow in oakland overnight. police cited numerous drivers and towed a number vehicles. police reported the sideshow around 2 o'clock this morning ... in the area of high street and foothill boulevard near fremont high school. according to police, spectators broke windows of businesses and threw bottles at officers. ( marty ) an update to a story we first brought you yesterday morning. a man seen carrying an assault-style rifle in pleasant hill ... has been arrested. it all started friday night.police say they received reports of the man at an apartment complex on boyd road in pleasant hill. authorities say the suspect was carrying assault rifle and wearing a bullet-proof vest. police put the area on lock down for several hours as they searched for him. authorities tracked him down at the same apartment complex yesterday. police say the 33-year-old suspect is mentally ill and is receiving treatment at a hospital. he is also now facing weapons violations.
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( marty ) also in the east bay ... hundreds, who want to keep the alta bates medical center open ... showed up at a forum in berkeley. sutter health confirmed a hospital closure, saying it could take up to ten years. but some who live in berkeley want the facility to stay open. the current plan is to close the hospital's inpatient and emergency room and shift them to a nearby expanded oakland hospital. critics argue that alta bates provides much needed care for those who live between vallejo and oakland. the mayor of berkeley ( marty ) city officials say they have reached out to other hospitals about relocating to berkeley. but are focused on keeping alta ( marty ) in san francisco...
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hundreds of people gathered for the aids memorial run at civic center plaza. hundreds more came out to cheer on the runners. the event ... is meant to remember those who died from aids ... and to reflect on the major progress that has been accomplished in the 28 years since the race was ( marty ) everyone is ready for the big game today. and as one of the most high- profile and densely-crowded events in the world ... (áááboxesááá)the host city of minneapolis is sparing no expense in security. in addition to ground patrols. there will be a blackhawk helicoptor patrolling the sky. they will enforce the no-fly zone, a 32-mile perimeter around the stadium. ( marty ) u-s customs and border protection say its important for to make sure fans feel safe at the big game.
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( marty ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news ... a teenage girl is being remembered one month after she was killed in a hit and run. we have an update on the investigation to find who may have done it. ( marty ) plus... san francisco's mayor race is heating up. you'll hear from some of the candidates. ( marty ) many people will be enjoying delicious food for today's super bowl. after the break ... we'll tell you how to make it a healthy party.
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on super bowl sunday than any other day of the year except thanksgiving. here's james dinan with some tips to keep your party healthy. super bowl sundays are full of fun, food, friends and football.but they can also be full of germs that you don't want to pass around.the centers for disease control and prevention suggest tackling that buffet table at your party,so food poising
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doesn't ruin the fun.make sure it's clean and not contaminated with old food that could contain bacteria. wash your hands and cutting boards.keep foods such as raw chicken, hamburger meats and hot dogs away from one another to avoid cross contamination and cook everything well.make sure chicken wings reach a minimum internal temperature of 165 degrees fahrenheit and that any ground beef items reaches 160 degrees.as far as those cold foods go, keep them cool.use small servicing trays or bowls of ice to keep salsa and guacamole around 40 degrees or colder.for today's health minute, i'm james dinan. ( dave ) (ácommercialá) ( marty ) here's a live
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look at minneapolis, minnesota where the big game is happening today ...the weather there right now ... negative 5 degrees. toss to weather. (dave)strong high pressure will remain in place near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain
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dry through the middle of the month.
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( marty ) on to politics this morning.. things are heating in the san francisco mayor's race. kron 4's hermela aregawi was there as hundreds of people showed up at city hall to the hear from the democratic candidates. san franciscans came out in droves to hear from the people that want to be their next mayor.five of the 8 candidates showed up to this open forum and were all well-received. ahimsa sumchai/supports mark leno for mayori think we should all be very very proud of all these candidates.nick panagopoulos/san franciscoone of the things that stood out
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to me is the high quality of all the candidates on the stage tonight.supervisors london breed and jane kim, state senator mark leno, former board of supervisor angela alioto.. and community activist amy farah weiss. they focused mostly on the issues of homelessness and affordable housing.jane kim/mayoral candidate:60-percent of all san franciscans are eligible for affordable housing under federal hud guidelines that's how expensive our city has become.london breed/mayoral candidatewe gotta get creative and find sites that are underutilitzed like i did with mcdonalds at stanyan and haight we are going to build 120-160 affordable units that are both low and middle income angela alioto/mayoral candidate you don't put someone in a place for six months then put them back in the same street that they came from. you transition them in to permanent supportive housing. breed addressed being voted out of the interim mayor position by her fellow supervisors.. and said she's moved on.david
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halenda/supports jane kim for mayori loved to see london breed sort of own that whole moment and let it pass. jane kim really answered some amazing questions in particular the problem with automobile traffic and the fact that we need to have less cars and to go with more mass transit i thought that was awesomenick panagopoulos/san franciscothe sadness of seeing folks with addiction all over the streets. i've been here for 10 years. the problem has gotten a lot worse and i think we need somebody in the mayors office that is going to address those issues to help those people out ( marty ) in the south bay... police are searching for the man they say committed a hate crime at a community college in cupertino. it happened last month at de anza college. police say the the man yelled an anti- gay slur at a student. authorities say the man then punched the student in the face and took off. he is described as a white man in his late 30s or early 40s ... around five foot ten and weighing around 200 pounds with grey hair. ( marty ) a warning for bart passengers after police make arrests in two violent incidents... at two different stations. the first happened at 10:40 p.m. friday night at the sixteenth street station in san francisco.
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police say a man assaulted another man with an unidentified object. kendricx man-ansala ... was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. the second incident... was at the san leandro station. there ... kirby cabrera was arrested... accused of assaulting a victim with a deadly weapon. ( marty ) aside from the big game ... a zip line is taking center stage as one of the most popular attractions in minneapolis. jon schaeffer reports that thousands of fans are taking a fast ride while celebrating super bowl week. the hottest ticket in minnesota "how often do you get to enjoy doing something like this in downtown minneapolis."may not be to get into super bowl 52-- no-- it could be the bold north zip line(dave vest/tower boss) "the super bowl called us up and said hey i know you did one six years ago. would love to have you guys come back and we're going to zip over the mississippi."and zipping they are(nats of zip line)and the reactions seem to all be the same(nat's that was awesome/ oh my goodness/ that was awesome)(meranda zinda/zip liner)"oh my gosh first time doing it that's insane it was a little nerve wracking when you're stepping off those steps but amazing experience. the cold really added something to it."(elizabeth boulton/zip liner)"i've never zip lined before, i'd do it
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again, but it was scary."nats "10,000 people will make their way across the mississippi this week by way of zip line-- and most will do so with a smile on their face." ( marty )that was jon schaffer reporting. the weather for today's big game is expected to be the coldest on record. the predicted kickoff temperature is just nine degrees.of course ... the game is inside a dome ... so it will be much warmer for the players and ( marty )still ahead ...
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and now, step up to alaska premium class, so here we are super bowl is approaching and those loud philly fans are at it again. this time on board a spirit airlines flight after they were told to tone it down. instead of toning it down those on board broke out their "fly, eagles fly" fight song. this flight was actually leaving los angeles saturday morning in route to philadelphia. so these
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folks aren't even going to the game in minnesota but they are going to be in philadelphia for the game. good luck to them. speaking of football today was a big one for former 49ers great terrell owens who was elected to the nfl hall of fame. owens was with the san francisco 49ers from 1996 to 2003. he was snubbed by the hall of fame voters last year and the year before. his stats are no doubt hall of fame but there have been questions throughout his career about his attitude. many arguiing that he didn't deserve to be voted in because he was more about him than the team. in 16 years he had 156 touchdowns and close to 16-thousand yards receiving. former raider and niner randy moss was elected to the hall of fame saturday as well. probably best known for his time with the minnesota vikings. moss had 156 touchdowns and over 15- thousand yards in his 15-year career. congrats to randy. it's a been a tough road trip for golden state. they arrived to their hotel in denver at four in the morning... and had to play a back to back in high
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altitude. we head to pepsi center.. let's pick it up in the third... javale mcgee with the block... warriors go to other way klay thompson finds steph curry... rattles in for a three steph finished with 24 points and 5 triples late in the quarter... kevon looney loses a tooth going up for a rebound warriors still in good shape... golden state up by six heading into the fourth. kevin durant drives to the basket... he led the game with 31 points and 7 assists... second straight game with more than 30 points but here came the nuggets... game tied at 99 will barton hits a big three to put denver ahead. warriors ran out of gas late... after the nuggets missed dunk center, nikola jokic hits a three to seal the night denver wins 115-108 they'll host russell westbrook and oklahoma city thunder on tuesday night. (ácommercialá)
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near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain dry through the middle of the month. ( marty ) in the east bay... it has been a month since an 18-year-old girl was killed while crossing the street. police are still looking for the person who was driving the car that night.
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kron four's philippe djegal reports from oakland. where the teen was remembered yesterday by her family. (philippe)nats- " with little regard for life... motorists routinely speed through this oakland intersection.... accelerating as they approach or get off the freeway. car;olyn dunkley/mother- "i miss my baby so much." carolyn dunkley's daughter... chauntel dunkley-rochelle was unfortunately victimized by a wreckless driver the morning of new year's day... when she was slammed crossing 98th avenue at sunnyside street... and, did not survive her injuries. car;olyn dunkley/mother- "it's sad -- it just hurts me, my family, my friends -- all of us." on saturday.... chauntel's family and friends remembered her... an 18-year-old senior in high school, whose mom says aspired to be a lawyer or join the military.nats- this group also wants to bring attention to the dangers of this intersection.donald tyler/neighbor- "it's horrible for kids to try and cross the street. it's a school and a park right here -- it makes no
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sense." donald taylor lives in the neighborhood... and, is a father of four. donald tyler/neighbor- "i don't let my kids cross the street -- that's it." carolyn dunkley says there are ways to make this area safer. carolyn dunkley/mother- "stop light or some speed bumps, or the crossing lights -- something to slow down people." as for her daughter's killer...carolyn dunkley/mothe r- "where are you? i mean, i thought by now you'd have turned yourself in. i know you can't sleep, because i barely can sleep, you know, knowing what happened, has happened to her. you know, it's not right. you should come forward. that would be the best thing to do." dunkley says she's confident the oakland police department will eventually solve this case. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) in the north bay-- police arrest a man on suspicion of d-u-i. after hitting a parked car... and toppling his pickup truck in petaluma. it happened friday night on elm drive... north of mary colling at cherry valley. when officers arrived... they found the truck on its side. police say the 70 year old man
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was stuck inside... firefighters were able to get him out. ( marty ) benecia police arrested three people in an investigation of an illegal gaming business. it happened on columbus parkway near interstate 780. police say the suspects had games where people can allegedly gamble on computers that ran slot machine-style games. during the sweep... officers found also found weapons, methamphetamines and drug paraphernalia. the three people are facing drug and gambling charges.. ( marty ) dogs, cats, a duck, a pig and most duck, a pig and most recently...a peacock. these are all animals that passengers have brought or tried to bring onto a plane. united airlines has had enough, announcing a new crackdown for onboard animals... this follows delta's announcement last week. kron-4's gabe slate reports...one of the policies is raising concerns. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. christine benninger, president
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and ceo of guide dogs for blind based in san rafael understands why united and delta airlines want to tighten the leash on emotional support animals flying with their owners. the airlines say people are calling their pets "emotional support animals" so they can fly them for free saving up to hundreds of dollars on a pet ticket. christine says if the "emotional support animal" is not trained it can put thier blind clients with trained service dogs on the aircraft in danger. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. it can put our clients in danger when flying as of march first people will have to submit several documents to united and delta 48 hours before their flight to bring an emotional support animal on board. including current immunization records, a doctor form saying the animal is an official emotional support animal, a signed veterinary form proving the aminal is healthy, and a signed confirmation that the animal is trained. delta is taking things a step further... they are also requiring travelers
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with service animals, like blind guide dogs... to jump through the same hoops as travelers with emotional support animals. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. it's not fair to legitamate blind with service animals. christine says assembing all the new required paperwork in time to meet delta's 48 hour in advance deadline.. is unfair to their blind clients. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. have to fly for emergencyi asked delta airlines for a reaction to the concern from the service animal community about their new policy. delta directed me to the web page laying out their new policy with a quote from delta management saying: "the rise in serious incidents involving animals in flight leads us to believe that the lack of regulation in both health and training screening for these animals is creating unsafe conditions across u.s. air travel," - john laughter, delta airline, senior vice president corporate safety, security and compliancein san rafael gabe slate kron 4 news.
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still ahead ... we are getting you ready for the big game today with some of the best recipes. that's coming up in this morning's edition of dine and dish. live look outside... san mateo bridge. ♪ ♪
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just about the big game. it's also about the food. on this morning's edition of dine and dish ... kron 4's vicki liviakis has some tips for a great super bowl party at home. football friends - check. big screen and beer - check.s snacks?(superbowl party host) i probably have some triscuits. remind me not to show up at this guy's superbowl watch party. to make sure you're the host with the most... let's check in with a pro - grill master ryan farr of 4505 bbq and burgers. the
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ultimate superbowl party cuisine in my point of view is definitely bbq and chicharrones, pork rinds... beer is perfect for those two items. 4505's motto is pig in r pig out.. so it's ready-made for pigskin action. ryan is quarter-backing this on camera how to. it starts with a good rub of special spices. then a massage of mustard. throw it on the bbq smoker or in the oven. good bark is important.(vicki liviakis) of course if you're not in the mood to cook at home, you can always do takeout and still score points. ryan will be more than happy to throw another rack of ribs on the fire for you. they've got the game on too, so you won't miss any of the action. in san francisco, vicki liviakis
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kron 4 news. after the break ... the hawaii missile worker who sent out a false alert talks for the first time on camera about what went wrong. live look outside... san francisco international airport. (ácommercialá) here's a live look at
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minneapolis, minnesota where the big game is happening today ...the weather there right now ... negative 4 degrees. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast.
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(dave)strong high pressure will remain in place near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain dry through the middle of the month.
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( marty ) in national news. the department of justice is asking a judge to drop a lawsuit by president trump's former campaign manager, paul manafort. manafort filed the lawsuit last month, after special counsel robert mueller charged him with money laundering. the suit claims that mueller overstepped his authority when he brought the charges.
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but the justice department replied to the judge that the lawsuit is only trying to interfere with mueller's investigation. mueller is looking into possible collusion between the trump campaign and russia. ( marty ) for the first time ... we're hearing from the former state worker who triggered a false alarm about a missile heading for hawaii. he's known only as employee one. he says he was positive the attack was real. he says the alert was supposed to be on speaker phone ... but someone picked up the receiver, so he missed the first part of the message. ( marty )the employee has been fired for the false missile alert. he plans to file an appeal to get his job back. he's also considering suing the state for defamation. ( marty @ landing ) we are just hours away from the big game ... where the the philadelphia eagles will take
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on the reigning champs -- the new england patriots. but as always, a lot of people will be tuning in just for the commericials. maggie lake has a preview. game of thrones star peter dinklage channeling his inner busta rhymes -- and morgan freeman getting his freak on -- promoting doritos and mountain dew...their lip-sync battle of sorts is a "teaser" -- for one of the high-priced ads to come on america's most- watched sporting event of the year: superbowl sunday...most brands are holding off the big surprises for super bowl sunday -- but star-studded mini-previews create almost as much buzz as the game itself. amazon c-e-o jeff bezos revealed that the company's digital assistant device is getting a new voice...the ad shows executives scrambling to replace alexa's lost voice with hilarious alternatives -- amazon is paying millions for the ad space ... and they're just one of many big spenders. actor chris pratt is
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headlining the spot for low- calorie brew michelob ultra. m-&-m's hired danny devito to depict their signature chocolate candy. budweiser's ad tugs at the heartstrings -- promoting the company's efforts to send water to areas hit hard by natural disasters in the u-s. while the tones may differ -- most will likely stay far away from anything that could lead to controversy...brian steinberg, senior tv editor, variety:"i think you're going to see advertisers be very careful about how they depict women. they've been doing that in recent years anyway, because of the backlash against advertisers, like carl's jr. and go daddy, which have had very sort of sexually-charged ads in the past."while they'll have to tread a careful line between charming and politically charged - the big brands spend big on super bowl sunday for one reason: if it's anything like last year - more than a hundred million people will be watching. maggie lake, cnn.
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after the break ... rock star pink is scheduled to sing the national anthem at the super bowl. we'll explain why she may not be at her best later today.
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stars get sick too! pink's pre-game performance of the "star spangled banner" might be a little off. that's because she is battling the flu. she announced the news on her
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instagram saturday morning...placing the blame on her two kids. pink's post features a picture of herself rehearsing. it reads in part quote "trying to practice the flu away." ( marty ) there's been a lot of buzz on social media about a possible runion. but justin timberlake and janet jackson will not reunite on the super bowl half-time stage tonight. according to jackson's family ... they haven't forgiven the ten-time grammy-award winner for the infamous wardobe malfunction in 2004. janet jackson thanks her fans for their support and looks forward to seeing them very soon. but not tonight at the big game. ( marty ) houston texans star defensive end j.j. watt is the winner of the nfl's walter payton man of the year award.the award recognizes a player's contribution in his community and to society in general. watt raised 37 million dollars in 19 days for hurricane harvey relief in houston. ( marty ) as if being a 5-time super bowl winning
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quarterback and a two time m-v-p isnt enough. patriots quarterback tom brady adds another m-v-p award to his already impressive resume. after leading his team to the super bowl for the eighth time ... the 40-year-old brady had one of his best seasons with 32 touchdown passes, eight interceptions and a passer rating of 102.8. ( dave )lots of sun for your sunday before the rain machine grinds up tomorrow. tracking your forecast next !
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the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather.
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(dave) strong high pressure will remain in place near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain dry through the middle of the month.
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( marty ) we beginning with breaking news this morning... officials say two amtrak employees are dead and 116 people are injured ... after an amtrak train crashed with a freight train in south carolina. police say the injuries range from scratches ... to broken bones. doctors say one patient is in critical condition and two in serious condition. the amtrak train was travelling from new york to miami. amtrak officials say the train was going about 59 miles per hour. there were eight crew
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members and 139 passengers on board. police say about 5- thousand gallons of fuel spilled. the n-t-s-b is investigating the cause of the crash. (marty) we're following breaking news out of taiwan... a 6.1 earthquake has hit off of taiwan's east coast this morning. the epicenter was relatively shallow at a depth of five miles. as of right now ... there are no injuries or damages ( marty )back here in the bay area. a new report highlights the major problems concerning sex workers at illegal massage parlors. kron 4's ella sogomonian says the report points out that some of the biggest problems are in san francisco and san jose. anti-human trafficking organzation 'polaris' found an average of around 200 illicit massage parlors in both san francisco and san jose each.a task force with the city of san francisco is actively combatting the problem - but with a major hurdle.sot: vanessa russell, love never fails// "many will not come forward becasue it's the only income they have and also for
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fear of being deported in a way that criminalizes them."in the last three years the report shows san francisco shut down 400 of the parlors. they do this by using code enformcent inspections to check in on businesses that stand out. polaris lists some of the warning signs are extremely low prices compared to the average in the area, late night hours, clientele based mostly on men, covered windows, and an appearance that the employees are either living at the parlor or are being brought to work in groups. traffickers also take to the internet using sites like wechat and kakaotalk to recruit victims.sot: vanessa russell, love never fails// "to reach them in their native language offer them a job that is very differnt from what they are experiencing so certainly there is an opportunity to do some digital stings."although this is a billion dollar industry polaris reports law enforcement generally don't have enough resources to dedicate fully to the problem. but there is something they can do...instead of criminalizing the victims the study suggests they provide a local contact within their culture so they are more likely to come forward and get help.
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( marty ) new this morning ...another large sideshow in oakland overnight. police cited numerous drivers and towed a number vehicles. police reported the sideshow around 2 o'clock this morning ... in the area of high street and foothill boulevard near fremont high school. according to police, spectators broke windows of businesses and threw bottles at officers. ( marty ) an update to a story we first brought you yesterday morning. a man seen carrying an assault-style rifle in pleasant hill ... has been arrested. it all started friday night.police say they received reports of the man at an apartment complex on boyd road in pleasant hill. authorities say the suspect was carrying assault rifle and wearing a bullet-proof vest. police
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put the area on lock down for several hours as they searched for him. authorities tracked him down at the same apartment complex yesterday. police say the 33-year-old suspect is mentally ill and is receiving treatment at a hospital. he is also now facing weapons violations. ( marty ) also in the east bay ... hundreds, who want to keep the alta bates medical center open ... showed up at a forum in berkeley. sutter health confirmed a hospital closure, saying it could take up to ten years. but some who live in berkeley want the facility to stay open. the current plan is to close the hospital's inpatient and emergency room and shift them to a nearby expanded oakland hospital. critics argue that alta bates provides much needed care for those who live between vallejo and oakland. the mayor of berkeley agrees.
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community without a critical hospital. we can't make the east bay a hospital desert.>( marty ) city officials say they have reached out to other hospitals about relocating to berkeley. but are focused on keeping alta bates open. ( marty ) everyone is ready for the big game today. and as one of the most high- profile and densely-crowded events in the world ... (áááboxesááá)the host city of minneapolis is sparing no expense in security. in addition to ground patrols. there will be a blackhawk helicoptor patrolling the sky. they will enforce the no-fly zone, a 32-mile perimeter around the stadium. ( marty ) u-s customs and border protection say its important for to make sure fans feel safe at the big game. ( marty ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news ...
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a teenage girl is being remembered one month after she was killed in a hit and run. we have an update on the investigation to find who may have done it. ( marty ) plus... san francisco's mayor race is heating up. you'll hear from some of the candidates. ( marty ) many people will be enjoying delicious food for today's super bowl. after the break ... we'll tell you how to make it a healthy party. (ácommercialá)
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on super bowl sunday than any other day of the year except thanksgiving. here's james dinan with some tips to keep your party healthy. super bowl sundays are full of fun, food, friends and football.but they can also be full of germs that you don't want to pass around.the centers for disease control and prevention suggest tackling that buffet table at your party,so food poising doesn't ruin the fun.make sure it's clean and not contaminated with old food that could contain bacteria. wash your hands and cutting boards.keep foods such as raw
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chicken, hamburger meats and hot dogs away from one another to avoid cross contamination and cook everything well.make sure chicken wings reach a minimum internal temperature of 165 degrees fahrenheit and that any ground beef items reaches 160 degrees.as far as those cold foods go, keep them cool.use small servicing trays or bowls of ice to keep salsa and guacamole around 40 degrees or colder.for today's health minute, i'm james dinan. ( dave ) legend has it, the first voyagers arrived on canoes,
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sailing the seas day and night. they knew where they were going, by watching the clouds move in the sky or the way their boats rocked. that's how the waves and stars would speak to them. guide them. sometimes, you can find your way in the world, by getting lost in it. let your legend begin at aulani, a one-of-a-kind disney resort in hawaii look at minneapolis, minnesota where the big game is happening today ...the weather there right now ... negative 3
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degrees. toss to weather. (dave) strong high pressure will remain in place near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain dry through the middle of the
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month. ( marty ) ( marty ) on to politics this
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morning.. things are heating in the san francisco mayor's race. kron 4's hermela aregawi was there as hundreds of people showed up at city hall to the hear from the candidates. san franciscans came out in droves to hear from the people that want to be their next mayor.five of the 8 candidates showed up to this open forum and were all well-received. ahimsa sumchai/supports mark leno for mayori think we should all be very very proud of all these candidates.nick panagopoulos/san franciscoone of the things that stood out to me is the high quality of all the candidates on the stage tonight.supervisors london breed and jane kim, state senator mark leno, former board of supervisor angela alioto.. and community activist amy farah weiss. they focused mostly on the issues
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of homelessness and affordable housing.jane kim/mayoral candidate:60-percent of all san franciscans are eligible for affordable housing under federal hud guidelines that's how expensive our city has become.london breed/mayoral candidatewe gotta get creative and find sites that are underutilitzed like i did with mcdonalds at stanyan and haight we are going to build 120-160 affordable units that are both low and middle income angela alioto/mayoral candidate you don't put someone in a place for six months then put them back in the same street that they came from. you transition them in to permanent supportive housing. breed addressed being voted out of the interim mayor position by her fellow supervisors.. and said she's moved on.david halenda/supports jane kim for mayori loved to see london breed sort of own that whole moment and let it pass. jane kim really answered some amazing questions in particular the problem with automobile traffic and the fact that we need to have less cars and to go with more mass transit i thought that was awesomenick panagopoulos/san franciscothe sadness of seeing folks with addiction all over the streets. i've been here for 10 years. the problem has gotten a lot worse and i think we need somebody in the mayors office that is going to address those issues to help those people out ( marty ) a warning for bart
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passengers after police make arrests in two violent incidents... at two different stations. the first happened at 10:40 p.m. friday night at the sixteenth street station in san francisco. police say a man assaulted another man with an unidentified object. kendricx man-ansala ... was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. the second incident... was at the san leandro station. there ... kirby cabrera was arrested... accused of assaulting a victim with a deadly weapon. ( marty ) aside from the big game ... a zip line is taking center stage as one of the most popular attractions in minneapolis. jon schaeffer reports that thousands of fans are taking a fast ride while celebrating super bowl the hottest ticket in minnesota
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"how often do you get to enjoy doing something like this in downtown minneapolis."may not be to get into super bowl 52-- no-- it could be the bold north zip line(dave vest/tower boss) "the super bowl called us up and said hey i know you did one six years ago. would love to have you guys come back and we're going to zip over the mississippi."and zipping they are(nats of zip line)and the reactions seem to all be the same(nat's that was awesome/ oh my goodness/ that was awesome)(meranda zinda/zip liner)"oh my gosh first time doing it that's insane it was a little nerve wracking when you're stepping off those steps but amazing experience. the cold really added something to it."(elizabeth boulton/zip liner)"i've never zip lined before, i'd do it again, but it was scary."nats "10,000 people will make their way across the mississippi this week by way of zip line-- and most will do so with a smile on their face." ( marty ) that was jon schaffer
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reporting. the weather for today's big game is expected to be the coldest on record. the predicted kickoff temperature is just nine degrees.of course ... the game is inside a dome ... so it will be much warmer for the players and the fans. ( marty )still ahead ... two former 49ers are going into the pro-football hall of fame.j-r stone has that story and more in weekend sports ( marty ) here's a live look at minneapolis, minnesota where the big game is happening today ...the weather there right now ... negative 3 degrees.
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and those loud philly fans are at it again. this time on
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board a spirit airlines flight after they were told to tone it down. instead of toning it down those on board broke out their "fly, eagles fly" fight song. this flight was actually leaving los angeles saturday morning in route to philadelphia. so these folks aren't even going to the game in minnesota but they are going to be in philadelphia for the game. good luck to them. speaking of football today was a big one for former 49ers great terrell owens who was elected to the nfl hall of fame. owens was with the san francisco 49ers from 1996 to 2003. he was snubbed by the hall of fame voters last year and the year before. his stats are no doubt hall of fame but there have been questions throughout his career about his attitude. many arguiing that he didn't deserve to be voted in because he was more about him than the team. in 16 years he had 156 touchdowns and close to 16-thousand yards receiving.
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former raider and niner randy moss was elected to the hall of fame saturday as well. probably best known for his time with the minnesota vikings. moss had 156 touchdowns and over 15- thousand yards in his 15-year career. congrats to randy. it's a been a tough road trip for golden state. they arrived to their hotel in denver at four in the morning... and had to play a back to back in high altitude. we head to pepsi center.. let's pick it up in the third... javale mcgee with the block... warriors go to other way klay thompson finds steph curry... rattles in for a three
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steph finished with 24 points and 5 triples late in the quarter... kevon looney loses a tooth going up for a rebound warriors still in good shape... golden state up by six heading into the fourth. kevin durant drives to the basket... he led the game with 31 points and 7 assists... second straight game with more than 30 points but here came the nuggets... game tied at 99 will barton hits a big three to put denver ahead. warriors ran out of gas late... after the nuggets missed dunk center, nikola jokic hits a three to seal the night denver wins 115-108 they'll host russell westbrook and oklahoma city thunder on tuesday night. (ácommercialá)
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( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)strong high pressure will remain in place near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain dry through the middle of the month.
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( marty ) new this morning ... police arrested a man last night after stealing a car and leading police in a pursuit in san francisco. it happened in the area of 5th street and bryant street. after a 15-minute pursuit ... the man left the car on griffith street and thomas avenue. police were able to catch him and arrest him. no injuries were reported. ( marty ) in the east bay... it has been a month
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since an 18-year-old girl was killed while crossing the street. police are still looking for the person who was driving the car that night. kron four's philippe djegal reports from oakland. where the teen was remembered yesterday by her family. (philippe)nats- " with little regard for life... motorists routinely speed through this oakland intersection.... accelerating as they approach or get off the freeway. car;olyn dunkley/mother- "i miss my baby so much." carolyn dunkley's daughter... chauntel dunkley-rochelle was unfortunately victimized by a wreckless driver the morning of new year's day... when she was slammed crossing 98th avenue at sunnyside street... and, did not survive her injuries. car;olyn dunkley/mother- "it's sad -- it just hurts me, my family, my friends -- all of us." on saturday.... chauntel's family and friends remembered her... an 18-year-old senior in high school, whose mom says aspired to be a lawyer or join the military.nats- this group also wants to bring attention to the dangers of this intersection.donald
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tyler/neighbor- "it's horrible for kids to try and cross the street. it's a school and a park right here -- it makes no sense." donald taylor lives in the neighborhood... and, is a father of four. donald tyler/neighbor- "i don't let my kids cross the street -- that's it." carolyn dunkley says there are ways to make this area safer. carolyn dunkley/mother- "stop light or some speed bumps, or the crossing lights -- something to slow down people." as for her daughter's killer...carolyn dunkley/mothe r- "where are you? i mean, i thought by now you'd have turned yourself in. i know you can't sleep, because i barely can sleep, you know, knowing what happened, has happened to her. you know, it's not right. you should come forward. that would be the best thing to do." dunkley says she's confident the department eventually case. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) in the north bay-- police arrest a man on suspicion of d-u-i. after hitting a parked car... and toppling his pickup truck in petaluma. it happened friday night on elm drive...
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north of mary colling at cherry valley. when officers arrived... they found the truck on its side. police say the 70 year old man was stuck inside... firefighters were able to get him out. ( marty ) dogs, cats, a duck, a pig and most recently...a peacock. these are all animals that passengers have brought or tried to bring onto a plane. united airlines has had enough, announcing a new crackdown for onboard animals... this follows delta's announcement last week. kron-4's gabe slate reports...one of the policies is raising sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. christine benninger, president and ceo of guide dogs for blind based in san rafael understands why united and delta airlines want to tighten the leash on emotional support animals flying with their owners. the airlines say people are calling their pets "emotional support animals" so they can fly them for free
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saving up to hundreds of dollars on a pet ticket. christine says if the "emotional support animal" is not trained it can put thier blind clients with trained service dogs on the aircraft in danger. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. it can put our clients in danger when flying as of march first people will have to submit several documents to united and delta 48 hours before their flight to bring an emotional support animal on board. including current immunization records, a doctor form saying the animal is an official emotional support animal, a signed veterinary form proving the aminal is healthy, and a signed confirmation that the animal is trained. delta is taking things a step further... they are also requiring travelers with service animals, like blind guide dogs... to jump through the same hoops as travelers with emotional support animals. sound from:
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christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. it's not fair to legitamate blind with service animals. christine says assembing all the new paperwork in time to meet delta's 48 hour in advance deadline.. is unfair to their blind clients. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. have to fly for emergencyi asked delta airlines for a reaction to the concern from the service animal community about their new policy. delta directed me to the web page laying out their new policy with a quote from delta management saying: "the rise in serious incidents involving animals in flight leads us to believe that the lack of regulation in both health and training screening for these animals is creating unsafe conditions across u.s. air travel," - john laughter, delta airline, senior vice president corporate safety, security and compliancein san rafael gabe slate kron 4 news. still ahead ... we are getting you ready for the big game today with some of the best recipes. that's coming up in this morning's edition of dine and dish.
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super bowl sunday is not just about the big game. it's also about the food. on this morning's edition of dine and dish ... kron 4's vicki liviakis has some tips for a great super bowl party at home. football friends - check. big screen and beer - check.s snacks?(superbowl party host) i probably have some triscuits. remind me not to show up at this guy's superbowl watch party. to make sure you're the host with the most... let's check in with a pro - grill master ryan farr of 4505 bbq and burgers. the ultimate superbowl party cuisine in my point of view is definitely bbq and chicharrones, pork rinds... beer is perfect for those two items. 4505's motto is pig in r pig out.. so it's ready-made for pigskin action. ryan is quarter-backing this on camera how to. it starts with a good rub of special spices. then a massage of mustard. throw it on the bbq smoker or in the oven. good bark is important.(vicki liviakis) of course if you're not in the mood to cook at home, you can always do takeout and still score points. ryan will be more than happy to throw
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another rack of ribs on the fire for you. they've got the game on too, so you won't miss any of the action. in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron 4 news. still ahead ... soaring to new heights all around the world.our travel expert stops by to give us a birds eye view at some amazing sights. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá (dave)strong high pressure
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will remain in place near the west coast through the remainder through the week, maintaining unseasonably warm daytime temperatures across the region. long range forecast models remain
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dry through the middle of the month. ( marty ) seeing new places is what travel is all about. but how you see them can produce some vacation memories that
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last a lifetime. travel enthusiast dana rebmann joins us now.. (ááá2 shot on camááá) (ááádanaááá) visiting a new place always comes with a sense of excitement. but if you're up for a little adventure, you can reap big rewards by taking your sightseeing to new heights. our first stop is quito, ecuador. this is the church and convent of san francisco. built in the 1500s by franciscan monks, today, franciscan monks still call it home. it's relatively easy and inexpensive for travelers to visit by day. if you're a guest at nearby hotel casa gangotena, one night a week, right around sunset, guests have the opportunity to meet one of the monks for a private tour - the highlight of which takes you up winding staircases, so you get a bit
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of a workout, to the twin bell towers. the view overlooking old town is striking, and differs from the typical travel memories when visiting a church. let's go ride a bike. but i'm willing to bet it's unlike any other ride you've ever been on.. because you're spinning
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through a cloud forest, attached to a cable that runs 700 feet or so across a gorge. the bike is one of the outdoor rainforest activities at mashpi lodge. it's designed for two. one person pedals, and the other kicks back and enjoys the view. the ride takes about 10 minutes, 20 round trip. the pedaling is not hard, and the view is one of a kind. ((wipe vo tape 3)) kauai helicopter tour let's head back closer to home. kauai is
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called the "the garden isle" for a reason. known for lush, tropical foliage and beaches, it's a great spot to simply relax and do a lot of nothing. but if you want to something to get your blood pumping, hop into a helicopter and see kauai from above. i went flying with island helicopters, and once you're up in the air, you see the island in a whole new way that's simply hard to visualize from the ground. along with the napali (nah- pal - ee) coast, there's many other wow-inducing sights like
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waimea canyon and waterfalls aplenty. helicopter tours run seven days a week, you can book longer ones, but expect about an hour. ($175) sometimes you don't need to leave home to see things in a new way. look familiar.. it should. this is napa valley, just a couple weeks ago, from a hot air balloon. the hardest part is getting up early, but the folks with napa valley balloons had plenty of coffee waiting as the sun was rising, and we got ready to take off. you'll fly for about an hour. mimosas and breakfast are served once you're back on
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solid ground.
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stars get sick too! pink's pre-game performance of the "star spangled banner" might be a little off. that's because she is battling the flu. she announced the news on her instagram saturday morning...placing the blame on her two kids. pink's post features a picture of herself rehearsing. it reads in part quote "trying to practice the flu away." ( marty ) there's been a lot of buzz on social media about a possible runion. but justin timberlake and janet jackson will not reunite on the super bowl half-time stage tonight. according to jackson's family ... they
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haven't forgiven the ten-time grammy-award winner for the infamous wardobe malfunction in 2004. janet jackson thanks her fans for their support and looks forward to seeing them very soon. but not tonight at the big game. ( marty ) houston texans star defensive end j.j. watt is the winner of the nfl's walter payton man of the year award.the award recognizes a player's contribution in his community and to society in general. watt raised 37 million dollars in 19 days for hurricane harvey relief in houston. ( marty ) as if being a 5-time super bowl winning quarterback and a two time m-v-p isnt enough. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend for this news weekend thats kron 4 day. adlib seven 102.8.rating of and a passer interceptions passes, eight 32 touchdown seasons with one of his best old brady had ... the
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40-year-the eighth time super bowl for his team to the after leading resume.impressive his already m-v-p award to adds another tom brady quarterback patriots enough.m-v-p isnt and a two time quarterback bowl winning a 5-time super as if being ( marty )
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joel osteen: god bless you all! welcome to america's night of hope! we're at beautiful yankee stadium... let me hear you l.a.! give us one good shout!... here in chicago with you tonight...it's great to be with you here in miami! what a beautiful place! we love you guys! (applause) male: it was great! uplifting and inspiring and i think everybody should come out and see it. it was wonderful. female: he touched everything that i had issues with in my life and it just felt really great. joel: you've celebrated others, now it's time to celebrate yourself. it's time for you to shine. it's time for you to step in to a new level of your destiny. female: you'll leave feeling elated and jus

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