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you see one of the women there at the window... as fire fighters rush to get her out safely. good evening i'm grant lodes.(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis tonight the fire is being called suspicious... kron four's rob fladeboe joins us live from the scene.. what's from the scene.. what's the latest? (rob live) the fire started on the second floor of this apartment building here on menker avenue near san jose city college. one person was hospitalized as neighborssay the fire started amid suspicious circumstances. (woman rescued from fire)this dramatic cell phone video showrescuing magdalena espinoza and her dog from her 2nd floor apartment to escape the smoke and flames pouring from the apartment right next door.magdalena espinoza/rescued from fire (speaking spanish)speaking through her daughter, espinoza said the window was the only
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way out.milagros gusman/rescued woman's daughter "...she is diabetic and was very scared, it was dark and she couldn't see for the smoke and that's when the firefighters came in...."the fire department says a second woman was also safely rescued whle a make resident of the burning apartment was hospitalized with significant injuries. a man suspected of starting the fire is reportedly under psychiatric evaluation. neighbors said they heard an angry commotion before the fire started. jacqueline seles/neighbor "....we heard a man and woman arguing and then there was an explosion and someone yelling that he was burned and that's when i saw the fire...."ten people and several animals were displaced by the fire. arson investigatorswere on scene for much of the day. magdalena espinoza says she has never been so scared. magdalena espinoza/rescued from fire "....she opened the door and saw the flames coming toward her and then she closed the door and went into the bedroom and was looking for her dog and then the firefighters came with the ladder and took her down..."
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(rob) (vicki) (vicki) jeff sessions has resigned today as attorney general - after president trump effectively fired him... (grant) catherine heenan is here with more on what happened... jeff sessions is out...
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after he says president trump asked him to step down.this is sessions earlier tonight... as he walked out of the justice department for the last time... colleagues were waiting... and applauded him as he left.this is hardly a surprise... sessions has been on thin ice with the president for a long time. with the president sometimes openly attacking him. all because sessions stepped aside from overseeing the russia investigation. when senate minority leader chuck schumer heard the news that sessions was gone... he said congres must prevent any inteference in special counsel robert mueller's investigation. the man taking
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sessions' job - at least temporilhe'll be acting attorney general. he was sessions' chief of staff - and a known critic of special counsel robert mueller. and tonight...east bay congressman eric swalwell tweeted his reaction....saying it's time to protect mueller -- and the house should pass legislation to do so. he says the president might act like he's above the facts, but he's not above the law. vicki and grant? (catherine)it is impossible to read attorney general sessions' firing as anything another blatant @realdonaldtrum end special investigation. given his record undermine & weaken the russia investigation, matthew whitaker should recuse himself from any involvement in mueller's investigation. congress must take immediate action to protect the rule of law and integrity of the investigation. #followthefacts "perhaps, looks like, i would nancy pelosi lot of credit. "i had a president trump could work together ... (grant) (grant) together ... (grant) san francisco's nancy pelosi is now poised to resume her role as speaker of the house ... putting her relationship with president trump in the spotlight. the president had been highly critical of pelosi during the mid-term campaign ... but today, he called her a smart woman who loves the country. (vicki) ryan o'donnell joins us now to take us
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through the new political landscaperyan? (ryan)president trump tweeting out this morning, "n pelosi deserves to be chosen speaker of the house... and if the democrats give her a hard time, perhaps we will add some republican votes."the power switch on capitol hill has both sides at least talking about a new beginning. pres. donald trump: "hopefully we can all work together next year to continue delivering for the american people.rep. nancy pelosi: we will strive for bipartisanship, we believe we have a responsibility to seek common groundwashington's newest odd couple emphaizing their sharedagendarep. nancy pelosi: building the infrastructure of americapres. donald trump: infrastructure, trade, lowering the cost of prescription drugsthe president says it's a new era "i really believe that we have a chance to get along very well with the democrats. //i really believe there's going to be much less gridlock." nancy pelosi not ready to go that farrep. nancy pelosi/-d- democratic leader: "the american want to put an end to unchecked gop control of washington restoring again the checks and balances envisioned by our founders."mr trum made one thing clear today.his feud with the news media is ongoing. trump: "honestly i think you should let me run the country. you run cnn and if you did it well your ratings would--" acosta: "let me ask you if i may ask a question mr. president if i may ask one more question."trump: "that's enough."acosta: "pardon me
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ma'am. on the russia investigation are you concerned that you may have." trump: "i'm not concerned about anything with the russia investigation because it's a hoax. that's enough put down the mic."acosta: "mr. presient are you worried about indictments coming down in this investigation?"trump: "cnn should be ashamed of itself having you working for them. you are a rude terrible person you shouldn't be working for cnn. trump: "ok, just sit down please. well when you when you report fake news - no - when you report fake news which cnn does a lot. you are the enemy of the people. go ahead." (ryan) ahead."
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ahead." (ryan) nancy pelosi isn't a shoo-in to return as speaker. she's been challenged in the past and now says her role is more of a transition to new leadership.the speakership will largely be decided in a democratic caucus vote after thanksgiving, then go to a full house vote when congress reconvenes in january. (vicki) proposition-c... the business tax aimed at helping homeless people in san francisco was approved by the voters. (grant) but as kron4's haaziq madyun reports... revenue raised by the tax measure could end up... in limbo... because its opponents want to mount a legal battle. (pkg)an infusion of 300-million-dollars in business tax revenue appears
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to be headed toward solving san francisco's homeless problem now that voters approved proposition c. the annual tax funding homeless services targets 26 san francisco businesses with earnings of 50-million dollars and above sot san francisco billionaire marc benioff is a strong supporter of prop csotthat sentiment is not shared by every company in the city. although mayor london breed was among those opposed to the tax measure, she says
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her role now is bringing both sides togethersotlondon breed/san francisco: "well i already made those phone calls to a lot of the folks who supported the measure and who opposed the measure, inviting them in, having discussions about how we move forward because there is still some uncertainty around prop c about when those funds will be able to use and we can't wait for prop c to go through the court system"the legal debate is centered on whether or not prop c passed a two thirds vote threshold. however according to the san francisco controller's office, if there is a legal challenge it will not stop the collection of prop c tax revenue which starts in 2019...sot in san francisco haaziq madyun (vicki) (vicki) (vicki) and kron4 is your local election headquarters. for more coverage of the 2018 mid- term election head to our kron4 website for all the results and download our
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app for updates on breaking election news as it happens. (grant) a red flag warning is going into effect tonight at 10:00. now p-g and e is warning residents...that the utility could pre-emptively shut off power in fire prone areas. p-g-&-e made that controversial move last month - forcing many businesses to close, restaurants and people at home... losing lots of food that spoiled. after that... p-g-&-e announced it would not be compensating anyone for their losses during that october power shut-down. same goes for this week's planned shut-down... the utility indicating... people have been warned... so it's not on the hook to compensate people after the fact.(vicki) now we are joined by our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence what is causing this high fire danger so late in the season? lawrence karnow: fire danger will be running high tonight and into friday. winds could gust as high as 50 to 60 mph
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over the mountains. high pressure will bring sunny skies for the rest of the bay area. it will bchilly and windy tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s. it will be sunny and windy at times tomorrow with highs in the 70s even near the coast. a weak sea breeze will return for the weekend to cool temperatures near the coast and reduce fire danger. the weather pattern looks dry for the next 7 days. next 7 days.dry for the pattern looks the weather pattern looks dry for the next 7 days.
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(grant) proposition 7 may have passed last night... but what are the risks of ánotá changing the clocks (vicki) police need your help. the crime this man is accused of commiting and how police say one woman was able to get away.
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(top vo) hayward police are asking the public to take
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a close look at this man who allegedly attacked at woman at knifepoint friday morning. (vicki) police say the woman suffered a non life threatening injury in the attack.(grant) kron4's maureen kelly explains how the victim was able to fend off her attacker. when he attacked the lady he did threaten to kill her and that's when she was able to fight him offhayward police say the victim was walking here on the 25-thousand block of calaroga avenue just after 5 am friday morning when she was attacked by an adult male. he attacks here he's armed with a knife she's able to fight the man off she's even able to pepper spray him..she did sustain a non life threatening injury but she's going to be okaypolice were able to obtain surveillance camera video...this is a still frame showing the man as police say he runs away to his compact car parked a block away on kay avenue. they say at this point they don't know what the suspect's motive might have been.it could've been something to do with sexual salt it could've been a robbery it could've been just to hurt the lady we're not a 100 percent positive on that but we're investigating all of those angleshayward pd has posted this image on their facebook page and are asking any one with any information about who this might be to give them a call. one 25 year resident of the block who didnt' want to appear on camera says this is first time she's ever heard of a crime like this happening here.. it's a really nice quiet
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neighborhood, like i said 25 years some of the older sure probably still original owners and we know each other by name is very unfortunate you would think you could be safe in your own neighborhoodpolice are continuing to look for more surveillance video and have reached out to other law enforcment agencies in the area to see if they are aware of any similar incidents. maureen kelly kron4 newss (vicki) (vicki) tonight in a shooting at a rehab center in san rafael. the father of a woman who was injured in the shooting-- says she was trying to get her boyfriend help with drug addiction when he shot her.
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the shooting happened monday morning at the helen vine recovery center. brittany mccann's father says 37- year-old davance reed went on a shooting spree instead of checking into the center. he says his daughter and reed got into an argument... and reed later came back and started shooting. an employee was also injured, and another man was killed. reed was later arrested after an unrelated police chase in cotati. (grant) in the east bay... a driver is arrested for illegally dumping several items in antioch. take a look at these pictures from the police department. officers say they received a call from people who work at a nearby car dealership-- saying someone was on railroad tracks dumping trash. when officers arrived they found this u-haul truck... and the driver was dumping a bunch of things... including mattresses and couches. the driver was arrested and the truck was towed. (vicki) in response to the plane crash in indonesia that killed nearly 190 people-- the f-a-a is issuing
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a safety directive. (grant) the notice instructs crews on what to do if they encounter problems with a certain kind of air speed sensor. that sensor could be connected to the indonesia crash. omar jiminez reports from washington. new guidance coming from boeing and the federal aviation administration, as overseas, investigators continue to dive for answers into what exactly happened to lion air flight 610 when it crashed into the java sea last week.all 189 passengers and crew on board were killed.the head of indonesia's search and rescue agency says his team is still working to locate the cockpit voice recorder, which he believes is buried under the mud.but the other black box showing the actual flight data was found last week -- indicating the plane had only conducted 19 flights, including its last one.but it's really the last four that investigators are keying in on. that's because for all of those four, the plane had a malfunctioning indicator, including at the time of the crash.indonesian investigators further say flight 610 had issues in its "angle of attack" or a.o.a. sensors, an automated system which helps the pilot obtain proper air speed for optimal lift. it's part of boeing's statement,
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advising pilots about how to handle "circumstances where there is erroneous input from an a.o.a. sensor".the faa also alerting the issue, specifically for the 737 max 8 meanwhile, families of some of the victims were taken by boat to the crash site location to pray and see the recovery process in person.the focus of continuing efforts will be recovering additional victim remains and trying to locate the cockpit voice recorder.the last ping was heard on saturday.i'm omar jimenez reporting. (anchor) taking a live look outside-- overlooking downtown san francisco. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... to check on our weather... with chiernow: fire danger
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will be running high tonight and into friday. winds could gust as high as 50 to 60 mph over the mountains. high pressure will bring sunny skies for the rest of the bay area. it will be clear, chilly and windy tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s. it will be sunny and windy at times tomorrow with highs in the 70s even near the coast. a weak sea breeze will return for the weekend to cool temperatures near the coast and reduce fire danger. the weather pattern looks dry for the next 7 days.
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the polls have been closed for nearly a day.. but we'll tell you why san mateo is still counting ballots. (grant) dozens of people have become infected, and at least ten people have died... as health officials are trying to get to the bottom of a viral outbreak.
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house has suspended jim acosta's press pass after his tense exchange with president trump. (grant) health authorities are trying to figure out the are trying to authorities health (grant)(grant)(grant) health authorities
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are trying to figure out the source of a fatal virus outbreak at a new jersey medical facility..(vicki) there have been both deaths and serious illness as a result... catherine heenan is here with the details. (catherine) at least 10 people have been killed by what's called the adenovirus...and twenty others have gotten sick. it's happening at a nursing and rehab facility in jew jersey...authorities are scrambling to figure out how it surfaced here... the c-d-c says the virus usually is spread by personal contact or touching a surface that has the virus. symptoms include a fever, sort throat and bronchitis. among the 30 confirmed cases - a 16 year old girl who died. her mother says she's heartbroken and
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wants to know what like a lot of people, she says she'd never heard of the adenovirus.a team of infection experts are investigating several facilities over the next few weeks. a separate strain of the virus has been found at a separate pediatric facility in new jersey - where at least five children got sick. vicki and grant? (vicki) we now have a new governor elect. reaction from current governor jerry brown about his predecessor... gavin newsom. (grant) proposition 7 passes. sixty percent of california voters are sick their clocks. but this necessarily of daylight saving time.assemblymembeabout what's next... in just two and a half minutes.
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(grant) it was decided last night, gavin newsom will replace governor jerry brown in sacramento.(vicki) the former san francisco mayor and lieutenant governor will have four years to show what kind of leader he is. kron4's ryan o'donnell joins us with more on what governor brown has to say about his "second in command." governor brown says he's
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happy for newsom... and not surprised he went after and won the governor spot. speaking to reporters today... brown talked about what he plans on accomplishing during his last couple of months as california's governor. he hopes to spend a lot of time on the environment... focusing his efforts on water rights and the delta. he's happy about the correctional system... but says he needs to fill many open judge posistions. governor brown also wishing his replacement, good luck.gov. jerry brown / (d) california: "my message is congratulations this is a great state and you'll have a dynamic relationship with the legislature and i'm sure all these things will be phased over many years, so they'll be time to see how things are going." 0:17 brown has served 4 terms as california's governor, two in the 70's and 80's and two this decade... signing nearly 20-thousand bills. governor owin (vicki) millions of polling
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center to cast their vote at the last minute or turn in their mail in ballot. (grant) mail in ballot. (grant) today - bay area counties are working hard to count each and every one. kron 4's sara stinson spent some time in san mateo to get a look behind the scenes. ever since the polls closed - san mateo county workers have been non-stop counting ballots. county officials say while its remarkable - the turnout - it's also a ton of work.
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(vicki) prop 6 was turned down by voters meaning we will still have to pay a gas tax. (grant) kron4 lydia talked with people who are not thrilled with the price of gas. (vicki) of gas. with the price not thrilled with the price of gas.
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(grant) (grant) gavin newsom is getting ready to be our new governor.(vicki) jr stone was in los angeles jr stone was in los angeles at his celebration (vicki) (vicki)(vicki) we are
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continuing our local election coverage. californian's have voted to stop resetting their clocks. 60 percent of voters are 60 percent of voters are in favor of propsition 7 which calls for year round day light saving time. however this is not the end of the the changing of the clocks just yet.(grant) we are now joined by assembly member kansen chu in san jose. this was your bill on the ballot... what are the next steps in implementing the end of daylight the end of daylight saving time.
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(grant) and kron4 is your local
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election headquarters. for more coverage of the 2018 mid- term election head to our kron4 website for all the results and download our app for updates on breaking election news as it happens. "now you don't have to worry if you're going to call me congressman, or congresswoman or congresslady. now senator will do."(vicki)do."(vicki) women making history. we take a look at just how many women won at the polls during the midterm election.
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researchers say attracting aliens to earth could be as easy as leaving a very large "porch light" on. the massachusetts institute of technology released this image along with a study suggesting the light from a laser could spark interest
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from extra-terrestrials-- if they exist. the laser would have to be powerful enough to distinguish itself from the light of the sun. the lasers needed for the project have already been invented... but they scientists say they still need a large enough telescope. (vicki) women making history. we take a look at the inscrease of woman not only going to the polls but getting their name on the ballot. and hear some local reaction from our new governor elect's wife on her own experiece seeing women get involved.
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...to find your new fall look at an "oh, yeah" price. check this out. that's yes for less. from the latest trends to your favorite brands, it feels even better when you find them for less. at ross. yes for less. (vicki) the u-s midterms are now in the history books... and a record-breaking number of women ran and won. (grant) women didn't just have a large presence on the ballot... exit polls show that
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approximately 52% of voters were women. jessica dean has more on the historic night . -natstuesday brought celebrations across the u-s for the record-breaking number of women who made history with their victories.they ran and won in unprecedented numbers... adding over 25 seats in the house.many are democrats inspired to run in response to president trump. jennifer wexton/congress woman-elect, -d- va: "that kind of change doesn't just happen. happened because of you. you made it happen.//that's why i stand before you tonight as your congresswoman elect."former navy commander elaine luria turned virginia's second congressional district blue. like many of the women elected, she's a first time candidate.elaine luria/congresswoman-elect, -d- va: "we've spent two years waiting for someone to stand up to the partisan and the division in washington. we've been waiting for someone to say enough is enough."29 year old new york democrat and self described socialist alexandria ocasio-cortez will be the youngest woman ever elected to congress.alexandria ocasio- cortez/congresswoman-elect, -d- ny: "this is what is possible everyday people come together all actions no matter how small or how large powerful worthwhile lasting change."diversity extended beyond their gender.2018 also saw the first muslim women elected to serve in the house-- democrats rashida tlaib of michigan and ilhan omar of minnesota.ilhan omar/congresswo
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man-elect, -d- mn: "i stand here before you tonight as your congresswoman elect with many firsts behind my name. the first woman of color to congress. the first woman to wear a hijab to represent nsas earned their place in history, first native american women in congress. deb haaland/congress woman-elect, -d- nm: "i think it is important, i think representation is important, i think diversity in every level of government, i'm happy new mexicans saw that, that we deserve every voice deserves a seat at the democrats made it a priority to get more women to that table in 2018 but republican women made their mark tuesday night too-- republican congresswoman marsha blackburn supports president trump who returned the favor, stumping for her multiple times.blackburn will become the first female tennessee...marsha blackburn/senator-elect, -r- tn: "now you don't have to worry if you're going to call me congressman, or congresswoman or congresslady. now senator will do." republican congresswoman kristi noem will now answer to governor, becoming the first woman in south dakota to do so. jessica dean/washington: "it wasn't all good news for women- senators claire mccaskill and heidi heitkamp lost their seats in races.but tuesday marked a turning point, as the congressional representation of women got a little closer to matching the percentage of women in america."
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(grant) that was jessica dean reporting. governor elect gavin newsom's wife spoke about how excited she is to be witnessing more women in office and at the polls. (vicki) 96 women are projected to win seats in are projected 96 women
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(vicki) (vicki) (vicki) (vicki) 96 women are projected to win seats in the house of representatives -- that is 11 more than the previous record. (grant) bad call on the field. not during the football game... but the halftime performace. the deeply áoffensive word the marching band spelled out at a high school game.
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a high school principal is apologizing tonight... after several members of the school's marching band spelled out a racial slur during a recent performance in georgia. (grant) the principal sent a letter to parents detailing the incident. daniel wilkerson has reaction from some students and parents. nats hornit's just before the bell rings at brookwood high school.nats whistlestudents are back in class after a friday night football game. nats student "i wasn't actually at the game but i heard about it."what should have been a fun-filled night ... has opinions monday varied. nats student "i think it was just a prank even though it's very offensive and prank."some student "that's crazy that's not okay."nats student "of members in trouble ...nats student "they learned it from their homes."students in a section of the band have covers that go over their instruments.on each of the covers is a letter.nats
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student "the letters when positioned properly should spell out the school mascot - the broncos - but that is not what happened."this is what was displayed - a four letter racial slur that starts with the letter "c."nats student "i don't think that is representative of what most of the students think at this school.""i didn't want friday night to be a prelude that something tragic could happen today, so i walked my daughter, i tried to speak with the principal."dr. travis jennings' daughter is a sophomore here.dr. travis jennings, parent:"when you have white students on the field spelling out the word 'coon' which is a raciest old trope that's been used for centuries, then i think we should say something about it and i didn't want it to be chalked up as a under the rug." nats student "i think there should be some type of punishment first they should determine whether it was on purpose or an accident." (vicki) wilkerson reporting. the
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principal says the students involved will be disciplined. (vicki)(vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(grant) ken wayne and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (ken) thank you grant and vicki..coming up next on kron4 news at six.. a major shakeup in the trump administration...the president has fired attorney general jeff sessions... we'll tell you why the move has local democrats very worried.. (pam) then - more big news out of washington...a c-n-n reporter -- who has gained notoriety from his heated exchanges with president -- has just had his access revoked. we'll show you the last exchange -- which apparently crossed the line for the white house... kron4 news at six is next.
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(pam) tonight at 6.
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jeff sessions is out as the u.s. attorney general... that's after effectively being fired by president trump. he was one of the president's earliest supporters... buthis departure did not come as a surprise. thank you for joining us. i'm pam moore. and i'm ken wayne. many questions are being asked tonight about what sessions' firing means for the russia investigation. catherine heenan is here now with the latest on what happened...and some of the ongoing reaction.. (catherine) jeff sessions has left the justice department for the last timeas attorney general... this was the scene as he walked out tonight... to the applause of more than 150 employees who had gatheredin a courtyard...ses sions appeared emotional and said 'thank you' and 'god bless' before hopping into an s-u-v. he's been on thin ice with president trump for a long time..after
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he stepped aside from overseeing the russia investigation. senate minority leader chuck schumer says the immediate priority is protecting that investigation ...and special counsel robert mueller. the man the man who will serve - at least temporarily - as the nation's top law enforcement official is matthew whitaker. he served as sessions' chief of staff and in the past - has called for limiting the mueller investigation. california's nancy pelosi reacted with a tweet to the news about sessions and whitaker....calling the firing a 'blatant attempt to undermine the investigation.' and demanding that matthew whitaker recuse himself from any involvement. ken
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well with the democrats and if that's the case we can do a tremendous amount of legislation"the president says he hopes to work with democrats on an infrastructure reform package.but the president admits politics might make it difficult.... ..we asked the president, given tuesday's results ...what about his plans for his 2020 re-election bid...: "do you want to lock down your ticket for 2020 right now.. "well i haven't asked him..but i hope so, mike...will you be my running mate, stand up mike, rasie, your right hand, thank you...clap"the president says he remains optimistic about his chances in 2020.and that if republicans campaign on a strong economy, voters will flock to the gop.in washington, i'm mark meredith.
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(ken) another big story tonight. president trump's relationship with the news media continues to deteriorate. during a post- election news conference today-- he was combative with several journalists, and even had a tense and personal confrontation. (pam) and just a short time ago -- the white house suspended press credentials for c-n-n correspondent jim accosta's . our grant lodes is here with more on what led up to this. grant? (grant) credential... suspended until further notice. it comes after a heated exchange during a press conference today between accosta and trump. during his post mid-terms news conference, president trump called journalists rude, telling some to sit down... and even accusing a reporter
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of asking a racist question when she brought up white nationalists. the president went on to blame president went the president went on to blame the press for the divisiveness in politics today. and in that confrontation with acosta-- it turned bitterly personal. trump: "honestly i think you should let me run the country. you run cnn and if you did it well your ratings would--" acosta: "let me ask you if i may ask a question mr. president if i may ask one more question."trump: "that's enough."trump: "cnn should be ashamed of itself having you working for them. you are a rude terrible person you shouldn't be working for cnn. trump: "ok, just sit down please. well when you when you report fake news - no - when you report fake news which cnn does a lot. you are the enemy of the people. go ahead." (grant)ahead." (grant) -n-n said
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president trump's attacks on the press have gone too far. the network say while mister trump doesn't respect a free press-- he has the constitutional responsibility to protect it. that c-n-n statement came before accosta's credential was suspended. about an hour ago... accosta responded to a tweet from press secretary sarah sanders that said the president believes in a free press and welcomes tough questions.... saying simply "this is a lie." (pam) san francisco's san francisco's proposition-c... the business tax aimed at helping homeless people in the city ... was
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approved by the voters by a large margin. but as kron4's haaziq madyun reports... revenue raised by the tax measure could end up in limbo... because the opponents want to mount a legal battle. (pkg)an infusion of 300-million-dollars in business tax revenue appears to be headed toward solving san francisco's homeless problem now that voters approved proposition c. the tax funding homeless services targets 26 san francisco businesses with annual earnings over 50-million dollars sot san francisco billionaire marc benioff is a strong supporter of prop csotthat sentiment is not shared by every company in the city. although mayor london breed was among those opposed to the tax measure, she says her role now is bringing both sides togethersot
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benioff/propositon c. supporter: "if there's legal challenges then the city attorney will have to fight those and of course we will give him our complete support"> in san francisco haaziq madyun (pam) (pam) andpercent of voters in mountain view approved measure - 'p' .. which will place a sliding scale fee... on business licenses based on the size of the company. the new tax is expected to bring in almost $6- million, with nearly
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half of that sum coming from google.. mountain views' largest company. the city says, the majority of the money will go toward transportation projects. san jose, redwood city and sunnyvale already have a similar tax ... earlier this year, a proposed tax in cupertino was postponed to allow for more planning. (pam) south bay firefighters made a dramatic rescue this morning... as flames shot from a burning apartment building in san jose. kron four's rob fladeboe talked with one of two women who climbed down a ladder to safety. (woman rescued from fire)this dramatic cell phone video shows firefighters rescuing magdalena espinoza and her dog from her 2nd floor apartment to smoke and flames pouring from the apartment right next door.magdalena espinoza/rescued from fire (speaking spanish)speaking through her daughter, espinoza said the window was the only
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way out.milagros gusman/rescued woman's daughter "...she is diabetic and was very scared, it was dark and she couldn't see for the smoke and that's when the firefighters came in...."nelda moran/shot video of fire "...i just arrived at the right time and i saw the lady get rescued and i saw her dog and i caught her dog..."the fire department says a second woman was also safely rescued whle a make resident of the burning apartment was hospitalized with significant injuries. a man suspected of starting the fire is reportedly under psychiatric evaluation. neighbors said they heard an angry commotion before the fire started. jacqueline seles/neighbor "....we heard a man and woman arguing and then there was an explosion and someone yelling that he was burned and that's when i saw the fire...."ten people and several animals were displaced by the fire. arson investigatorswere on scene for much of the day. nelda moran magdalena espinoza says she has never been so scared. magdalena espinoza/rescued from fire "....she opened the door and saw the flames coming toward her and then she closed the door and went into the bedroom and was looking for her dog and then the firefighters came with the ladder and took her down..." (ken) developing tonight.
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red flag warnings are in effect for much of the state -- with windy and dry conditions expected to peak tomorrow night. p-g&e has notified about 70 thousand customers it may shut down customers it may shut down power in parts of nine counties -- including napa and sonoma -- because of the high fire danger.chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now to talk about this.
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(pam) there are some razor thin election results still being counted... we will have the latest on some of the biggest races in california. (ken) new information shows technical problems may have led to the fatal crash of an airliner in indonesia. what boeing says it's doing in response. (pam) new information on the man accused of killing two people at a marin drug rehab center. what happened that may have sparked the shootings. sfx: tinny headphone music
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we are learning more tonight about monday's deadly shooting at san rafael detox facility this comes... as formal murder charges are filed against the suspect. kron 4's dan kerman reports. murder charges have been filed against this man devance reed in connection with monday's triple shooting at a san rafael detox center.reed has been charged with the murder of 52 year old nathan hill. he is also charged with the attempted murder of his girlfriend 30 year old brittany mccann, who is the mother of his child and 32 year old anthony masapit, an employee at the facility. both suffered life threatening injuries and remain in the icu at at marin general . family members say mccann had brought the suspect to the helen vine detox center to get help, but the two ended up in an argument and reed left only to come back and start shooting.
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in addition to the murder and attempted murder charges, reed accused of stealing mansapit's vehicle , reckless evasion of a peace officer and being a felon in possession of a firearm.standup dan kerman/san rafael 50-59the suspect is due to be arraigned here at the marin county courthouse thursday or friday. in san rafael, dan kerman kron 4 news. 101/std (ken) (ken) a woman watri 44-year-old sunmee kim was taken into custody yesterday at a hotel in burlingame. police say she is notorious for connecting with victims on korean dating sites, and developing a relationship with them. she would then call police and claim she was a victim of domestic violence. when the accused partner was removed from the home-- police say kim would steal valuables from them. during her arrest-- police found credit cards belonging to victims.
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(pam) hayward police say.... this surveillance camera image... shows a man who grabbed a woman at knifepoint and threatened to kill her. the victim was able to fight off her attacker .... kron4's maureen kelly explains how. (maureen)hayward police say the attack happened a little after 5 am friday morning as the victim was walking here on the 25-thousand block of calaroga avenue. they say she was grabbed by a man armed with a knife who said he was going to kill her. she was able to fight him off, spraying him with pepper spray good for her for standing up for herself and doing what she needed to do to survive and get thru ithayward police lt. guy jakubs says the victim suffered a non life threatening injury in the attackllance camera video...this is a still frame showing the man as police say he runs away to his compact car parked a block away on kay avenue. they say at this point they don't know what the suspect's motive might have been.it could've been something to do with sexual salt it could've been a robbery it could've been just to hurt the lady we're not a 100 percent positive on that
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but we're investigating all of those angleshayward pd has posted this image on their facebook page and are asking any one with any information about who this might be to give them a call. one 25 year resident of the block who didnt' want to appear on camera says this is first time she's ever heard of a crime like this happening here. you would think you could be safe in your own neighborhoodpolice are continuing to look for more surveillance video and have reached out to other law enforcment agencies in the area to see if they are aware of any similar incidents. maureen kelly kron4 newss california will have a new governor in january. former san francisco mayor and lieutenant governor gavin newsom... taking home the honor last night. kron 4's ryan o'donnell joins us now ... with what jerry brown
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is doing during his last couple of months as governor ... ryan? governor brown only has a couple more months to get things more months to get things done before gavin newsom takes the reigns... and says... he's going to be pretty busy. he wants to spend a lot of his remaining attention on the environment... global climate, clean energy and reducing california's carbon footprint. he also wants to spend a lot of time discussing water rights, especially along the delta. brown... also wanting to leave something else behind. gov. jerry brown / (d) california: my legacy is fixing up the old governor's mansion... for the next 100 years. brown has served 4 terms as california's governor, two in the 70's and 80's and two this decade... signing nearly 20-thousand bills. governor brown will leave his
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post in january when governorn elect gavin newsom will be sworn in. let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: fire danger will be running high tonight and into friday. winds could gust as high as 50 to 60 mph over the mountains. high pressure will bring sunny skies for the rest of the bay area. it will be clear, chilly and windy tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s. it will be sunny and windy at times tomorrow with highs in the 70s even near the coast. a weak sea breeze will return for the weekend to cool near the coast and reduce fire danger. the weather pattern looks dry for the next 7 days.
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next 7 days. dry for the pattern looks the weather fire danger. and reduce fire danger. the weather pattern looks dry for the next 7 days.
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an unusual lawsuit has been filed .... pitting th heenan is here with details on why this is happening.. (catherine) this is a trademark infringement lawsuit...filed this week against the boy scouts of america.....for dropping the word "boy" from its program. it's now just "scouts b-s-a" -- as the organization has shifted to welcoming older girls. the girl scouts argue their brand will suffer...and the boy scouts name change is causing confusion. leading some to think the girl scouts is somehow lumped into the same group. the lawsuit asks for monetary damages and a permanent injunction against trademark infringement. the girl scouts is among a number of major youth organizations in the nation seeing membership
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declines..partly because of competition from sports leagues and busy family schedules. in a statement...the boy scouts say that it's reviewing the lawsuit. pam and ken? (ken) coming up at 6:45: cold cases at yosemite. more than two dozen people have disappeared inside the national park... and rangers say they haven't given up on finding them. (pam) not only was there a big turnout of women at the polls ... there are now dozens who are heading to congress. details on the historic election night for women. you know when you're at ross and you find a deal on cookware that makes you say. yes! ...oh, yeah! bring on the holidays! that's yes for less. everything you need to prep, cook and serve up the season. it feels even better when you find it for less-at ross. yes for less.
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yes!as long. it feels even better when you find it for less-at ross. yes for less. alexandria ocasio-cortez(d) new york congressional candidate< that's exactly what this is. not a campaign or an election bid -- but a movement, a larger movement for social, economic and racial justice in the united states of america. > (pam) 29-year old alexandria ocasio- cortez out of new york .... one of a record number of women who will be a part of the government following last night's mid-terms.both the u.s. house and senate set new records ... for the number of women elected. (ken) washington correspondent alexandra limon reports on who they are and the effect they'll have. election night was historic for women -- around the country and across the political spectrum. nancy pelosi / democratic house
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leaderwomen led the way to victory with at least 30 new women coming to the congress. california's nancy pelosi will likely once again be speaker of the house...sylvia garcia / d-texas elect not only did we elect the first latina from texas, to represent texas in its entire historyvoters also elected the first two muslim and first two native american women to congress.republican marsha blackburn will be the first woman to represent tenessee in the u.s. senate and republican congress woman kristi noem will become south dakota's first female governor. alexandra limon / washington correspondentmore than one hundred women will serve in the house of representatives and at least twenty three in the u-s senate. but that still isn't reflective of the u-s population which is 50 percent female.democratic leader pelosi says issues like health and childcare are important to 'everyone' but female lawmakers should to focus other things too.nancy pelosi / democratic house leader because we view every issue as a women's issue. we believe the national security of our country is a women's issue, economic secuirty.women also played a big role in flipping the house of representatives to democratic control -- with 59 percent of women voting for democrats according to cnn
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exit poll data. in washington alexandra limon. san mateo congresswoman jackie speier issued a statement today -- saying in part:"i look forward to serving with every one of the women coming to congress and to supporting the wave of women in our state and local offices. i also look forward to working with the men who are equally committed to truth, equality, and serving the american people. i am excited by the many possibilities we have before us these next two years." (ken)(pam) time now for a look at tonight's top local stories. murder charges have been filed against this man devance reed in connection with monday's triple shooting at a san rafael detox center.reed has been charged with the murder of 52 year old nathan hill. he is also charged with the attempted murder of his
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girlfriend 30 year old brittany mccann, who is the mother of his child and 32 year old anthony masapit, an employee at the facility. both suffered life threatening injuries and remain in the icu at at marin general . the suspect is due to be arraigned here at the marin county courthouse thursday or friday. in san rafael, dan kerman kron 4 news. here in san jose two women are rescued from a burning building. a man suffered significant injuries as fire broke out around 9 a.m. in a second floor apartment on menker avenue. neighbors reported hearing an argument before the fire started. arson investigators were on scene and mansuspected of starting the fire is reportedly under going a psychiactric evaluation. ten people and several petswere displaced. in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news hayward police say a woman was attacked by a knife wielding suspect a little after 5 am friday morning as the victim was walking here on the 25-thousand block of calaroga avenue. they say she was grabbed by a man armed with a knife who said he was
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going to kill her. she was able to fight him off, spraying him with pepper spray police were able to obtain surveillance camera video...this is a still frame showing the man as police say he runs away to his compact car parked a block away on kay avenue. they say at this point they don't know what the suspect's motive might have been.. maureen kelly kron4 newss sothere in san francisco voters approve propsition-c. however the business tax aimed at funding homeless services may be facing a legal challenge from those opposed to taxing sf businesses with annual earnings over 50 million dollarssot
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lawrence karnow: fire danger will be running high tonight and into friday. gust as high as 50 to 60 mph over the mountains. high pressure will bring sunny skies for the rest of the bay area. it will be clear, chilly and windy tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s. it will be sunny and windy at times tomorrow with highs in the 70s even near the coast. a weak sea breeze will return for the weekend to cool temperatures near the coast and reduce fire danger. the weather pattern looks dry for the next 7 days.
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there were a lot of races, propositions and measures to keep track of last night. kron 4's ryan o'donnell joins us with a look at a few of them. ryan? probably not a surprise... but dianne feinstein will continue her time in congress. oakland mayor libby schaaf is headed to a second term... despite going-up against nine challengers. a close one for the state's next "chief of schools." marshall tuck with a slim lead over tony thurmond... about one-percent. if tuck ends up winning, it will be the first time in decades that the candidate supported by the state's teacher's union won't be the superintendent. and repealing the gas tax... prop- 6, didn't pass. this is additional tax money, already
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in place to help repair our roads. and look at this... prop-7... the "daylight saving time" proposition... passed. this is essentially to eliminate moving our clocks forward and backward. governor brown commenting on this today as well.gov. jerry brown / (d) california: i like daylight saving time... but this isn't a done deal... the federal government now has to get on board and approve this. (pam) thank you ryan. kron 4 is your local election headquarters. for more coverage of the 2018 mid- term election ..... head to the kron4 website for all the results.... and download the kron app for updates on breaking election news as it happens. (ken)big congressional and gubernatorial races weren't the only items on the midterm ballots.several states were added to the growing list of legal places to smoke
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marijuana.michigan voters approved a measure permitting people over 21-years-old to smoke pot.it also changes current related violations from crimes to civil infractions.missouri had three marijuana measures on the ballot.amendment two passed -- which allows doctors to prescribe medical cannabis to patients.utah voters also gave the nod to medical marijuana. (ken) motel 6 may have to pay millions... after sending personal information on guests to immigration authorities. details on what ice did with that information. tonight on kron four news at ten ... i begin a three night look at a san francisco icon .. willie louis brown... the former two- term mayor of san francisco and speaker of the california assembly, is still in the political mix... but he is truly living life on his own terms these days, and having a lot of fun doing it .. and in a city known for embracing free spirits and characters.. willie brown is both. join me ... starting tonight at ten... when we peer behind the scenes
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for a look at willie brown today.. (ken) new information tonight
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in the boeing plane crash off the coast of indonesia last week that killed 189 people. boeing issued a statement today saying that according to indonesia's national transportation safety committee the plane had "erroneous input from one of its angle of attack sensors."
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the company also issued a safety bulletin to pilots on how to handle erroneous data from those sensors. the angle of attack sensor keeps track of the angle of the plane's nose relative to air flow to prevent the plane from stalling and losing lift. indonesian investigators say an airspeed indicator had malfunctioned on the plane's last four flights. (pam) motel six will pay millions to settle a class action lawsuit ... which claimed it gave latino guests' information ... to immigration and customs enforcement. the lawsuit said, several guests at two phoenix, arizona locations ... were arrested, after the motel chain shared their personal information with federal immigration agents. the claim was filed by a latino civil rights group -- the mexican american legal defense and educational fund. motel six agreed to pay as much as 7-point-6 million dollars to people who were interrogated, placed in immigration- removal proceedings, and whose personal information was given
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to ice. the district court must still approve the settlement agreement. (ken) missing since 1969. that's just one of the many cold cases of missing persons in yosemite national park. that story next. sfx: tinny headphone music
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park isn't just full of beauty and visitors-- it's also a place full of also a place full of mysteries. millions pass through its gates every year. (pam) on your next visit to the park, or any national park, there is a "list" which rangers want you to be aware of. it is a list of people who entered the park -- but never left. (ken) reporter joe moeller spoke to a fresno woman, who is still wondering what happened to her son. one of the search and rescue people said i want you to go to where david last went...my experience then became walking his path.we came every year
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for twenty years now. david went memorial day morning, he left and he was just going to go up and come back he was just that kind of guy. the last time susan quinn saw her son was in 1998. i brought a picture of david taken not very long before he went missing. david morrison was from fresno and a graduate of hoover high, he was a chef in san francisco 20 years ago.... it was memorial day weekend when david and a group of friends came to yosemite to enjoy the outdoors and get away from the city like many others do.... that monday david decided he needed to meet the challenge of hiking up there before he went home. he left his group and hiked up to yosemite's iconic half dome...alone. that was the last time anyone ever heard from him...i came up early the next morning. quinn and her
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family spent the week in the park with search and rescue...but nothing came up. at the end of the week on friday they ended the search. she along with others came back several times to search on their own, but nothing was found..not his clothes, his expensive sun glasses his fanny pack or his credit cards...nothing. nothing has ever been found that located where he died or what happened to him. visitors from all over the world come to yosemite for the nature and beauty, but not everyone's trip ends like they expected. this story...david's story...has gone cold...and his case is not the only one... when someone goes missing or there is some sort of crime that happens and it is not solved it goes into what we call the cold case file. scott gediman from yosemite says all of these cases are still active...and they are not going anywhere until they investigators from the park find out what happened. the oldest one on the list dates back to 1969...there are over two dozen cold cases on the list from people who have gone missing...to unsolved homicides..yosemite national park and grand canyon are the most popular parks.in yosemite there are 10 cases. these
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cases are still active, we are not activly doing stuff everyday, but they are active and there are things that we want to remind our rangers and park visitors that these things are still out there. he says its good for visitors to know this lists exists. with a cold case list when you are out in the back country keep your eye out for these things because what happens is, i see cases where 10 years later something might be found, it could be a piece of clothing, it could be a shoe it could be something that could bring some sort of resolution. for every person on the list their is a family still looking for answers...01:27:22(over video) i think we think he fell....yeah. quinn travels to yosemite and hike to his small memorial she placed near half dome...she hopes one day....just maybe something will turn up. david died in a place he would have wanted to be...where he loved. (ken) that was joe moeller
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(ken) that was joe moeller reporting. park officials say if you come across something unusual in the wilderness -- don't take it with you. instead -- tell someone from the investigative services branch. lawrence karnow: fire danger will be running high tonight and into friday. winds could gust as high as 50 to 60 mph over the mountains. high pressure will bring sunny skies for the rest of the bay area. it will be clear, chilly and windy tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s. it will be sunny and windy at times tomorrow with highs in the 70s even near the
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sea breeze will return for the weekend to cool temperatures near the coast and reduce fire danger. the weather pattern looks dry for the next 7 days. next 7 days. in sports... raiders quarterback derek carr talks losing... while new 49ers startin q-b nick mullens talks about his new social media fame... and the introduce t oversee team personnel... bringing more of a "money- ball" approach to the process... mark has that story... coming up
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in the sports world tonight... (ken) mark carpenter joins us in the studio. you knew the giants
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weren't going to let the dodgers keep running the division. so, larry baer found a way to lure the man that's been instrumental in bringing success to l-a... and hired farhan zaidi as san francisco's new president of baseball operations. the now-former dodgers exec introduced to the media at 3rd-and-king this afternoon. the 41-year-old considered one of the best executives and brightest minds in the sport... m-i-t graduate... went to cal for his doctorate in economics. his first job in baseball was working with billy beane in the a's front office. after 10- years, he built a reputation as a superb analytics exec, then went on to be the dodgers general manager. with the giants missing the postseason the last two years coupled with some bad records, zaidi's got some work in front of him, but here's his philosophy on what it will take to get back into contention. "front office executives in other sports shared with me about his head coach and something he'd say to his players when he walked into the locker room after a win. the last thing he would say before he walked out was
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humble and victory and as a competitor and someone who's been involved in professional sports that really just sends chills down my spine and i'm gonna kinda paraphrase that and adopt that here and use the phrase humble in process." we'll see who he decides to hire as general manager. one of the major talking points centered on what he's going to do with the roster...and how he'll approach it between analytics and scouting. an intriguing point that's been thrown around is the possibility of trading madison bumgarner... since he becomes a free agent next year and will court a lucrative contract. zaidi didnt' dive into talks on specific players, but was asked if he was told if anyone on the roster is considered untouchable. you don't really wanna throw the baby out with the bath water by kinda over indexing on how the injuries affected the teams performance. we wanna have maximum flexibility as an organization and make sure we're not missing any opportunities to get this
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thing moving in the right direction so there's certainly hasn't been any talks about restrictions or limitations in terms of doing what we think is right." now to a franchise, that is in the middle of its own transition. the oakland raiders. derek carr and the silver and black...practici ng in alameda this afternoon. in terms of draft position for next year, the team is in a good place, but when it comes to performance for this season, not so much.. 1-and-7...four-game losing streak.. today-- derek carr...asked where does the team go moving forward as they have the worst record in football. "hopefully 16-0, my goodness..you kn yow i know losing, i'm probably one of the most competitive people you'll ever meet. you've heard the style, i want to dunk on my nephews..i block my 2 year olds shot, i hate losing. i hate it with everything and i hate losing more than anything. and i work my tail off man to make sure that our city, our fans and our team our coaches and all that just enjoy winning. so man sitting here 1-7, it sucks..but nothing in me is gonna stop until i see the other side of it."
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now to the 49ers...another primetime matchup on the docket as the team hosts the 1-and-7 giants on monday night. headline of the week so far is that nick mullens...will be making his 2nd-straight start at quarterback. he certainly made the case for an encore appearance... 3- touchdowns.. more than 260-yards passing... and no picks. best passer rating for a qb making his first since 1970. that wraps up kron4 news at that wraps up that wraps up kron4 news at 6.we'll see you tonight at 8.... on your bay
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