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(robin)(robin) (robin) good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morning news.im robin winston.lets start this morning with a check on weather and traffic. much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as
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possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.
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recovered which brings our current total to 29. those remains recovered today were located in paradise.">( robin ) three incredibly destructive wildfires continue to burn across california --- and the death toll keeps going up -- with new information sunday night about ámoreá bodies recovered from the camp fire. ( robin ) the camp fire is already being called the most destructive fire in state history and the third- deadliest-- six more bodies have been covered sunday. and more than 200 people are still missing. kron4's dan thorn has the latest. sot: more work to be done.. work to be sot: more sot: more work to be done..emergency responders giving their latest update as the camp fire rages on..29 people are now dead with 6 bodies being found in paradise on sunday..sot: those remains recovered today were
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located in paradise 5 of them were in homes one was in a vehicle..areas that saw fire sunday included yankee hill...firefighters say some of the flames reached up to 150 feet in the air. crews could also be seen still putting out hot spots throughout parts of paradise. burned vehicles continue to line the roads in and around the town.security fences were put up at feather river hospital on peach lane. workers say they're a deterrent to keep looters from stealing medical supplies and medication from hospital's the pharmacy.the sheriff says there have been more than 60 calls for suspicious incidents including looting but there have been no arrests for looting.. ( robin )as for evacuations...e mergency officials say there are no more orders at this time..however, people need to remain vigilant. meanwhile the butte county superintendent of schools has announced the closure of all public schools
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in bute county through friday -- november, 23rd.butte county school officials say they will continue supporting students... family and staff affected.and are working closely with the california department of education... district superintennts and charter school leaders throught the duration of this emergency. ( robin ) firefighters have been battling the camp fire on the ground and in the sky. air tankers are being used to fight the flames from above. kron 4's alecia reid visited cal-fire's sonoma county air attack base, where they are standing by, and at the same time, keeping an eye on the butte county fire. 22 151 dash 12875 it's been non stop for cal- fire since the deadly camp fire started days ago. the sonoma cal-fire airbase is keeping track of overhead help needed in butte county. 5 helicopters, 1,2,3,4, 4 airtanker and a lead plane are on it right now. each plane carries a thousand
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gallons of fire retardant. checking my radio making sure everything is accuratefor this crew ... the last day and a ... the last day and a half it's been so bad we haven't been able to flysky conditions have been hazardous. cal fire has been keeping them clear for any new fires that may erupt. the number of aircrafts we use at a fire is based on the complexity of the incident skies cleared a bit on sunday ... and they were able to respond to a number of outbursts.the big turnout for pilots have been the woolsey fire in malibu and the butte county campfire . pilots are limited to 7 hours of flight time per day, and can never combat fires overhead at night. for small fires, usually 2 or 3 airtankers and one helicopter suffices however on large incidences such as the fire in paradise, they have 21 helicopters assigned to the incident. not all are assigned they stagger them throughout the day along with the fixed wing airtankersair tactical group supervisor captain nick welch tells me ... regardless of how large the fire, or busy the season ... planes are maintained on a daily basis. everyday we show up and the
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pilot will do preflight on the aircraft whether they flew the day befoer or not. it's just kin of the standardreporting from sonoma county .. alecia reid ... kron 4 news. ( robin ) governor jerry brown says now is a time for californians to pull together as they face catastrophic fires at both ends of the state. governor brown stressed at a press conference sunday that wildfires have become more ferocious because of severe drought and climate change. the governor was asked about a tweet by president donald trump blaming poor forest management.
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and we have to take care of the whole range of threats and conditions and actions that are part of our living with fire - living with fire threats.">( robin ) governor brown also said the state is asking for federal assistance in fighting all three fires burning across the ( robin )to our south, the "woolsey" fire continues burning as well.so far it was spread to 85-thousand acres and is at 15 percent containment.together with the smaller "hill fire" --- which spans about 45-hundred acres --- 179 structures have been destroyed but according to officials another 57-thousand are still in danger.as of
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sunday night --- the hill fire was at 75 percent containment. this weekend the woolsey fire also turned deadly, after two bodies were found in malibu.
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a missing persons call center established. detectives are working to reunite people with their loved ones. also, if you have álocated a person you previously reported missing .. the sheriff's office wants that updated information as well. the numbers for the missing person call center are on your screen. ( robin ) and you can also find those numbers on our kron4 app. be sure to download the app to get updates on the camp fire... and all breaking news... straight to your phone. ( robin ) in the southbay --- it took around 60 firefighters about 90 minutes to put out a two-alarm brush fire just off cha-boya road in san jose sunday. according to officials --- the fire was first reported around 2 p-m sunday afterternoon between cha-boya and quimby roads. thankfully there were no injuries or structures damaged. the cause of the fire is still under
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(robin) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... we'll take you to one of the evacuation centers set up for the camp fire. and here from people that were re-united, as well as people still looking for loved ones. (robin) but first... a procession was held in the bay area this weekend for one of the victims of last week's deadly mass shooting in thousand oaks. (robin) and here's a live look outside...at the san mateo bridge.
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welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. much like this weekend temperatures will remain
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comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.
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( robin ) on the peninsula -- palo alto police arrested a man in connection to 2 suspicious fires that burned with in a hour of each other. os-valdo (mad-re- gal)madrigal is in police custody. police reports detail how one of the fires spread to building that used to be the compadres restaurant
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on el camino real. an officer noticed smoke coming from the vacant restaurant. and when firefighters arrived, they found flames coming through the roof. they also rescued (mad-re- gal)madrigal from the burning building. he was treated for smoke-related injuries and then later booked into the santa clara county main jail. ( robin ) one of the tweleve shooting victims at borderline bar and grill in thousand oaks on wednesday was an 18 year old napa native alaina housley. she was attending pepperdine unversity as a freshman and was killed while enjoying a night out with friends. kron 4's ella sogomonian is in napa tonight where housley was honored with a police procession for her return. sot: ella sogomonian// "family and friends say alaina housley was an incredible woman with so much life ahead of her...that life full of promise was tragically cut short in a shooting rampage in southern california...on sunday afternoon police led a procession down this napa intersection for her grim homecoming."a red sun glared
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above as a napa community gathered in support of the family of alaina housley in their darkest hour. her parents are forced to face the heartbreaking reality that the young woman was killed just four days ago when she was shot on a dancefloor in thousand oaks....at 18 years old she was the youngest among eleven victims before shooter turned the gun on himself.sot: sarah gauger, friend// "she was in the prime of her life in as chool that was perfect for her and i hope it sparks change."housley was celebrating country music night with college friends from pepperdine university where she was studying english. she had just entered as a freshman after graduating from vintage high school in napa where played tennis, varsity soccer and served in student government all four years.her friends say she was a wonderful person who didn't deserve an end like this.sot: zoe danner, friend// "it was of the utmost importance it was a drop everything and come here thing becayse thats exactly what alaina would have done for anyone else."sot: melanie vargas, friend// "and her family too her family is incredible within the
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community and they just didnt deserve an end like this."sot: antonio mancilla, supporter// "theres nothing i can say to make them more comfortable this is a horrible situation that no parent should go through and i hope you guys can fine the resources to ge tthrough this in a healthy manner and if you ever need my help i live here in napa so i will do everything in my power to make this a better situation for you guys im sosorry."in her honor napa police escorted housley where supporters stood along soscol ave and silverado trail.those who know her say the athlete, musician and honor student will be remembered for her being genuine and bringing out the best in others.housley will now rest in peace at the tulocay cemetery. sot: ella sogomonian// "in napa ella sogomonian kron 4 news. ( robin ) and we are learning more information about the gunman too. a second high school track coach recalled him as volatile and intimidating. evie cluke coached ian david long on newbury park high school's track team in 2007 and 2008.
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in an interview sunday she said long would lose his temper, throw tantrums and scream, and that she witnessed him assault a fellow coach. another time, he used his hand to mimic shooting her. both coaches say they reported the behavior to school officials, who did nothing. school officials could not be reached for comment. ( robin ) voters and election officials in florida are going through some deja vu. years after the infamous hanging chad incident during the 2000 presidential election --- another re-count is brewing. john lorinc has more. the counting is over.....now starts the re-counting.andrew gillum/d-fl candidate for governor"what we are here to do today is to say count every vote. count every vote." florida's secretary of state announced this weekend a second look is needed for the paper-thin races for governor, senator and agriculture commissioner.and there are concerns the tallies won't be done by the thursday afternoon deadline.deborah clark/pinellas county
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supervisor of elections"the recount is a very time- consuming process. keep in mind we are doing today what we did for several weeks and through election day to could the ballots the first time."as the recount is underway....the campaign of governor rick scott -- who is currently running for senate -- is filing three lawsuits.scott's campaign claims broward county supervisor of elections, dr. brenda snipes, counted ballots after saturday's deadline....which is against florida law.sen. cory gardner/r-colorado"we need to make sure that we are protecting the integrity of the electorate in florida, that every vote is counted and to make sure that we protect this from fraud."snipes' attorney says she is committed to making sure "that every legally cast vote will be counted."the florida department of state says if recount information isn't returned in on-time, the previous results will be accepted.deborah clark/pinellas county supervisor of elections"i have been doing this forty years. i have a lot of recount experience, and in a recount it is not unusual to see the vote count change, but in minor ways."i'm john lorinc reporting. (robin) still ahead on the kron four morning news...
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we'll hear from a bay area resident that helped others escape the camp fire (ácommercialá)
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the kron four morning news. i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today... in today's hollywood minute david daniel tells us how venom continues dominating at the box office, a new fast- paced documentary and how the southern california wildfires are starting to impact hollywood. (nat-squabbling)"this is never going to be easy, but with some structure and love, you could make your house a home." the premiere for the foster care comedy "instant family" was set for sunday (11/11) in los angeles... then fires erupted northwest of l-a, burning tens of thousands of acres and filling the region's skies with smoke. so paramount canceled the premiere, and announced the food ordered for the after-party would go to the american red cross, which is aiding those affected by the fires."you will only hurt bad people!""the way i see it,
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we can do whatever we want. do we have a deal?""venom" is gobbling up the global box office! it's made 467-million dollars overseas -- nearly 70- percent of its total. that includes a 111-million-dollar opening in china, just behind "avengers: infinity war" for the best super-hero movie debut ever in that country. "i've always been in love with muscle cars, since i was a kid.""it's in the blood. i followed my father's footsteps.""if you was to watch nascar in the 1970s, that's the cars we're racing today." (nat-crash)"the last race" is a documentary about new york's riverhead raceway, one of the last remaining small-town stock car tracks in the u-s -- and sitting on land that developers are eager to grab. who'll grab the checkered flag: the real estate moguls, or the blue- collar drivers hanging onto local tradition? "the last race' opens in theaters, streaming, and on demand friday (11/16). in hollywood, i'm david daniel.daniel.
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(robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with more of your kron 4 morning news after the break.
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welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. much like this weekend temperatures will remain
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comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from
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880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin )as we continue to follow the deadly camp fire burning in butte county --- we are hearing from one person who escaped the fire and rescued friends and neighbors along the way.kron4's gayle ong has his story. jacob jones jacob jones grabbed what little he could in such little amount of time.. he picked up
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neighbors, friends, their children and pets and drove off in his two seater 19-91 honda civic he calls "betty white"
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paradise is paradise lost complete devastation from the camp fire.it has burned more than one-hundred-thousand acres home after homereduced to rubble.jacob is one of the thousands of residents who lost their home.but feels lucky to make it out alive. ( robin ) a total of 52-thousand people have been evacuated from the camp fire. evacuation centers are housing some of those people across the region. but those evacuees are still waiting to find out the fate of their homes and others are looking for missing family members. kron 4's sara stinson has the story of several evacuees during this tragic time.
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for loved ones for days. i've also met some who are still looking for missing family members."> diane papedo flew in from colorado after days of not being able to find her brother. you could see the relief in her eyes when she the two were reunited at this evacuation center.another couple - chip and flores were just reunited after losing eachother in the evacuation. holding on tight to one another - they just found out their homes didn't survive the camp fire. while sol bechtold is still looking for his mother who has been
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missing since thursday.
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orders and centers are on our website kron4 dot com. (robin) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news ... the president was in paris for veterans day... but he was met by protests, rain, and a lecture from the french president. we'll tell you what he had to say to trump... when we come back. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero.
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(robin) and here's a live look outside... at embarcadero. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) ( robin ) protest errupted as world leaders gathered in paris sunday to mark arm-is-tice day, which coincides with veterans day in the united states. the main message of the anti-trump protest was to speak out against the president and what
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he stands for to those who oppose his "america first" message and policies. ( robin ) however -- president trump remained focused on honoring americans who were killed in world war one when he visited a cemetary in paris in another ceremony, the french president issued a warning about the re- surgence of nationalism ... a philosophy that fueled the first world war and the term that was used recently by president donald trump. trump declared himself to be a nationalist at a rally supporting texas senator ted cruz in october and has pushed an "america first" foreign policy. (robin) coming up on the kron four morning news... we'll take a look at one of the veterans day ceremonies that took place here in california over the (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international francisco the san outside...
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at live look (robin) weekend. foreign policy."america first" has pushed an october and policies.message and "america first" oppose his those who stands for to what he president and against the speak ou (robin) welcome back.
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checking in on your morning forecast. much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day
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to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week. no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.
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( robin )sunday was veterans day... and in stockton a family of a fallen soldier recieved a gift that they say they'll be forever grateful for... kristi gross has the story. a special delivery, unveiled--- for a álocal, gold star family being honored today... as the áworld pauses to mark the 100-year anniversary of the armistice that ended world war one--- and the ácountry celebrates the men and woman serving our nation this veterans, day---the stockton family received the portrait of staff sergeant john w. perry. a labor of love like this portrait cant be anything but love for service and sacrificeááástuart perry--- a marine veteran--- accepted the painting on behalf of his son john and the others killed in the suicide bomb attack in afghanistan two years ago, today. our son john was attacked and killed while
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preparing a group of soldiers for a veterans day event, just like this one. áááthe painting was sent to stockton police department with no address so an officer tracked down the family to make sure it got to them. the artist--- kaziah hancock--- paints the portraits honoring fallen military service members and law enforcement at no cost. it's an absolute pleasure. it's a beautiful work of art, really special to receive something like this. where somebody does this for families the portrait even captures their john's smirk-- which brought a smile to their face. the smirk is like oh okay let's get this over with so we can get going. that's my son. the perry's say they'll be forever greatful for this honor for their son but addfor them... the day will always hold a different meaning... veterans day is memorial day. ááá ( robin ) that was kristi gross reporting. the perry's say they'll be forever greatful for this honor for their son and the day will always hold a different meaning... ( robin ) a week after saturday night live cast member pete davidson made fun of veteran and congresman- elect lt. commander dan crenshaw, the navy veteran
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showed up on s-n-l's weekend update and shared a few jokes of his own. take a look. pete davidson: "last week i made a joke about a picture of you and i feel like it would only be fair if you got me back and made fun of a picture of me. that sound ok?dan crenshaw: "i don't really need to do that."pete davidson: "come on. i deserve it. please."dan crenshaw: 'alright, i'll do one."colin jost: and now, first impressions with lt. commander dan crenshaw.dan crenshaw: "thanks colin. this is pete davidson. he looks like if the meth from 'breaking bad' was a person.pete davidson: "not bad. ok, so there. we're even." dan crenshaw: "one more. he looks like a troll doll with a tapeworm."pete davidson: "yeah man! alright, that's good. we should wrap this up."dan crenshaw: "hold on, no, this is fun, this is fun."pete davidson: "cool."dan crenshaw: "pete looks like martin short in 'the santa claus 3.' by the way, one of these people is actually good on snl. ( robin ) after the jokes-- lt. crenshaw
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got serious--saying this was a lesson that americans can forgive each other--and quote, "remember what brings us together as a country and still see the good in each other."the texas republican then reminded people to take the time to connect with a veteran. (robin) coming up on the kron four morning news... a celebrity chef came to butte county to help with the camp fire in the holy way they knew how... coooking. (robin) and here's a live look outside...from the sutro cam.outside...from live look and here's a the sutro cam.
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo
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bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. to 101. ( robin ) guy fieri ( robin )
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guy fieri made a surprise visit to serve dinner to everyone at the law enforcement staging area at butte college as they continue to battle the camp fire. the butte county sheriff's department tweeted out photos of the dinnter. deputies followed the pictures with a message saying: "thank you so much guy for filling our bellies and lifting our spirits."fieri also visited some evacuation centers and made food for people that had to leave their homes behind. ( robin ) still to come on the kron4 morning news... will tran will have a live report on the air quality here in the bay area as fire crews continue battling the camp fire. ( robin ) and we'll hear from some of the people that had to evacuate the fire. ( robin) we'll also have the latest on the southern california wildfires. (ácommercialá)
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millions of dead trees, extreme winds. our weather is becoming more extreme, and we all need to work together to keep our neighborhoods safe. i'm lisa veliz waweru from pg&e. at pg&e, we are accelerating our forest management work in high fire-threat areas, removing dead trees, trimming branches and creating 12-foot safety clearances around power lines. for more information on how to keep you and your neighborhood safe, visit pge.com/wildfiresafety good morning i'm darya
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folsom..( james ) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic...
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much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( james ) a big story this morning we are continuing to follow the deadly wildfires burning in california right now. the camp fire in butte county is now the most destructive fire in state history with over 6-thousand homes now destroyed... and over 15-thousand homes are still threatened this morning. 29 people have been killed in the fire and more than 200 people are still missing. ( darya ) here in the bay area, the smoke from the camp fire in butte county is causing another day of unhealthy air conditions. ( james ) kron4's will tran is in lafayette this morning to show us the conditions outside.
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wildfire smoke from the camp fire in butte county continues to blanket the bay area with unhealthy air today and the haze is expected to linger through tuesday, air quality officials said. the hazardous smoke has created unhealthy conditions for much of the region over the past two days, although there were pockets of moderate conditions this morning, said lisa fasano, spokeswoman for the bay area air quality district. residents are advised to reduce outdoor activities and to limit exposure to unhealthy air by closing windows and doors. those with heart or lung disease should stay inside and limit their physical activity, fasano said.
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( james ) thanks will. ( darya ) firefighters have been busy battling the camp fire on the ground and also in the sky. air tankers are being used to fight the fire from above. in sonoma county the cal fire air base is keeping track of overhead help needed in butte county. each plane in
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sonoma carries a thousand gallons of fire retardant. cal fire says the number of aircrafts they use is based on the complexity of the incident. ( darya ) cal fire says they manintain the planes everyday so they are ready to go on a moments notice. ( james ) this morning we are hearing from one person who escpaed the camp fire and rescued friends and neighbors along the way. ( darya ) kron 4's gayle ong talked to him and learned how he threw everything he could in his two seater car. jacob jones grabbed what little he could in such little amount of time..
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jackson, i ran over and i had jonna in the back of the car, i had jackson on in my arms in the front seat.">he picked up neighbors, friends, their children and pets and drove off in his two seater 19-91 honda civic he calls "betty white"
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became real, when we were out of it and we can look back at it.">now - the town of paradise is paradise lost complete devastation from the camp fire.it has burned more than one-hundred-thousand acres home after homereduced to rubble.jacob is one of the thousands of residents who lost their home.but feels lucky to make it out alive.
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reunited with him at the evacuation center. another couple reunited after losing each other during the evacuation. ( darya ) the butte county fairgrounds in gridley is offering evacuees different resouces like insurance companies are on hand.. food clothing and showers. ( james ) we've learned that 228 people are missing in the camp fire. the sheriffs office now has a missing persons call center established. detectives are working to reunite people with their loved ones. so, if you have álocated a person you previously reported
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missing... the sheriff's office wants that updated information as well. the numbers for the missing person call center are on your screen. ( james ) and if you would like to help camp fire victims the american red cross is accepting donations. information is on kron 4 dot com ( james ) police in paradise are now on the look out for looters. security fences were put up at feather river hospital on peach lane. workers say they are a deterrent to keep looters from stealing medical supplies and medication from the hosptial. the sheriff says there have been more then 60 calls for suspicious incidents including looting but there have been no arrests. ( darya ) the woolsey fire burning in southern califorinia has grown to more
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then 85-thousand acres this morning. this weekend the woolsey fire turned deadly as two people were found in malibu. together with the hill fire.. also burning in southern california... 179 structures have been destroyed but according to officials 57-thousand homes are still in danger. emergency officials said the santa ana winds that were fueling the fire had temporarily died down over the weekend giving firefighters a brief opportunity to make progress. ( darya )( darya ) stay connected to stay ( darya
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) ( darya ) stay connected to the breaking news throughout the day...through the kron4 mobile app. we will send push alerts straight to your phone as soon as there are any developments on the fires burning in california. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... a procession was held in the bay area this weekend for one of
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the victims of last week's deadly mass shooting in thousand oaks. ( james ) plus... san francisco firefighters are investigating six suspicious fires that happened in golden gate park. ( james ) and after the break... three florida races are headed to a recount after paper-slim margins were reported after the midterm elections. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. checking the bay bridge commute on wb 80. your drive time is less than 30 min from the maze to fremont street you know when you're at ross and you realize it's time your sister stopped borrowing your sweaters? yes! that's yes for less. stop stealing mine... never. the perfect sweater makes the perfect holiday gift. and it feels even better when you find it for less - at ross. yes for less.
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much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. ( darya ) one of the tweleve shooting victims at borderline bar and grill in thousand oaks on wednesday was
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18-year-old napa native alaina housley.( james ) kron 4's ella sogomonian was in napa as the town honored housley with a police procession. sot: ella sogomonian// "family and friends say alaina housley was an incredible woman with so much life ahead of her...that life full of promise was tragically cut short in a shooting rampage in southern california...on sunday afternoon police led a procession down this napa intersection for her grim homecoming."a red sun glared above as a napa community gathered in support of the family of alaina housley in their darkest hour. her parents are forced to face the heartbreaking reality that the young woman was killed just four days ago when she was shot on a dancefloor in thousand oaks....at 18 years old she was the youngest among eleven victims before shooter turned the gun on himself.sot: sarah gauger, friend// "she was in the prime of her life in as chool that was perfect for her and i hope it sparks change."housley was celebrating country music night with college friends from pepperdine university where she was studying english.
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she had just entered as a freshman after graduating from vintage high school in napa where played tennis, varsity soccer and served in student government all four years.her friends say she was a wonderful person who didn't deserve an end like this.sot: zoe danner, friend// "it was of the utmost importance it was a drop everything and come here thing becayse thats exactly what alaina would have done for anyone else."sot: melanie vargas, friend// "and her family too her family is incredible within the community and they just didnt deserve an end like this."sot: antonio mancilla, supporter// "theres nothing i can say to make them more comfortable this is a horrible situation that no parent should go through and i hope you guys can fine the resources to ge tthrough this in a healthy manner and if you ever need my help i live here in napa so i will do everything in my power to make this a better situation for you guys im sosorry."in her honor napa police escorted housley where supporters stood along soscol ave and silverado trail.those who know her say the athlete, musician and honor student will be remembered for her
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being genuine and bringing out the best in others.housley will now rest in peace at the tulocay cemetery. sot: ella sogomonian// "in napa ella sogomonian kron 4 news. ( darya ) the san francisco fire department is trying to determine what caused six fires that broke out in golden gate park within 24 hours. this is video of san francisco firefighters working to put out the fires friday. the fires have been isolated to various areas of the park and are considered "suspicious." the fire department says the fires were in the polo fields and casting ponds. some people at the park saturday say they were frustrated after hearing about the ( darya ) the san francisco fire department says anyone with information is urged to contact them so they
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can get to the bottom of this investigation. ( james ) in national news... florida officials have started re-couting this year's midterm elections after three big races ended with paper-thin margins. florida's secretary of state announced a second look is needed for the governor... senator and agriculture commissioner. and there are now concernsthat the re-count won't be done by the thursday deadline. as the recount is underway.. the campaign of governor rick scoot who is running for senate is filing three lawsuits.. saying supervisors counted ballots after saturday's deadline.
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camp fire is having on students who may not have a school to return to. ( darya ) and after the break...how a code word may have prevented a child abduction.. (ácommercialá) this food truck
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comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week. ( james ) a single word may have prevented a child abduction... a code word. police in arizona are on the hunt for a man who tried to lure a 10-year-old girl into his car. police say a man in a white s-u-v approached the girl saying her brother had been in a serious accident and that she needed to come with him. but the girl didn't jump right into the car.. her mother says she asked for a code word and that's when the guy drove off. brenda james says she read an article recently about using a code word with her kids but she never thought it would be needed. the county sheriff says it's a wake up call for the neighborhood.
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"well it's my neighborhood, that's what's alarming. this is where i live.""this just reminds us that it's not just online. that you also need to be cognizant of when your children are out in public or at parks>( james ) police do not have a great description of the driver.. the girl told police that he covered a lot of his identifying features. but they are saying that other kids have come forward saying they've seen a white s-u-v circling the park recently. ( james ) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news... the unhealthy air lingers in the bay area this morning. we'll head to the north bay for a live look at the conditions there. this holiday, no matter who's on your list,
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back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a
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chance of relief into the middle of the week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. road work in oakland sb 880 at 23rd. slow traffic from 980
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( darya ) a big story this morning we are continuing to follow the deadly wildfires burning in california right now. the camp fire in butte county is now the most destructive fire in state history with over 6-history with fire in state destructive fire in state history with over 6-thousand homes now destroyed... and over 15- thousand homes are still threatened this morning. 29 people have been killed in the fire and more than 200 people are still missing.
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( darya ) and as john lorence explains.. officials think the death toll from both the fire in butte county and the woolsey fire down in southern california could rise as search teams are finally able to go rough the burn areas. powerful and dry winds...sweeping through california.literally fanning the flames for three major wildfires that have scorched the state for days.gov. jerry brown/d-california"we're going to do everything we can, we're requesting a presidential declaration, funding coming from the federal government, of course there will be efforts from the state government as well. it's a time to pull together and work through this tragedy."in the north the camp fire has destroyed more than 6-thousand homes--making it the third deadliest and the most destructive fire in the state's history.video elements forin southern california-- the woolsey and hill fires have burned some 90-thousand acres combined.scott major/malibu resident"i just went down there where the
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house used to be. and i wasn't down there very long, but the only thing i found left was a ceramic teapot i made in high school."the town of paradise-- left in ruins by the fire.......numerous bodies were found there, some burned beyond recognition.crews are moving in assessing damage and searching for more victims. more than 300-thousand residents statewide were forced to flee their homes.chief mark lorenzen/ventura county fire dept."do not stay in your homes to try to defend them. please leave that to us. please do not put your lives at risk. we want to be able to go in and protect your homes. we do not want to have to go in to protect lives, but we will."i'm john lorinc reporting. ( james ) president trump addressed the issue with numerous tweets this weekend. in one statement he blamed the fires on the "gross mismanagement of the forests." in a separate tweet he said: "our hearts are with those fighting the fires....the destruction is catastrophic. god bless them all." ( darya ) because of the
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camp fire, all butte county schools are closed until at least after thanksgiving. we caught up with one high school senior from paradise high. amy poolmoore and her family had to leave their home and seek shelter at an evacuation center. she says now she has to think about applying to colleges and whether or not her house is still standing and if her friends are still alive. ( darya ) she says paradise high escaped the flames and she is actually looking forward to go back to school áif it opens up. ( james ) the unhealthy
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air from the camp fire in butte county continues to linger across the bay area...making it difficult to breathe for many people. ( darya ) the north bay has been dealing with much of the unhealthy air. kron4's yoli aceves is in san rafael with how things look in the north bay. wildfire smoke from the camp fire in butte county continues to blanket the bay area with unhealthy air today and the haze is expected to linger through tuesday, air quality officials said. the hazardous smoke has created unhealthy conditions for much of the region over the past two days, although
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there were pockets of moderate conditions this morning, said lisa fasano, spokeswoman for the bay area air quality district. residents are advised to reduce outdoor activities and to limit exposure to unhealthy air by closing windows and doors. those with heart or lung disease should stay inside and limit their physical activity, fasano said. said. ( james ) thanks. ( james ) stay connected to the breaking news throughout the day...through the kron4 mobile app. we will send push alerts straight to your phone as soon as there are any developments on the fires burning in on the fires burning in california. ( darya ) this week caltrans will completely close 880 overnight in oakland to demolish the old 23rd avenue overcrossing. the northbound lanes will be closed from midnight tomorrow through 5 wednesday morning. and again wednesday night until thursday morning. crews say there will be detours around the work and to allow extra time during the very early morning commute. ( darya ) on the peninsula
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-- palo alto police arrested a man in connection to 2 suspicious fires that burned with in a hour of each other. police have arrested osvaldo madrigal in connection to those fires. police say one of the fires spread to a building that used to be the compadres restaurant on el camino real. an officer noticed smoke coming from the vacant restaurant. and when firefighters arrived, they found flames coming through the roof. they also rescued madrigal (mad-re-gal) from the burning building. he was treated for smoke-related injuries and then later booked into the santa clara county main jail. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news.. bay area activists are gathering donations for the caravan of migrants heading to the u-s- mexico border. we talked to organizers about why the caravan is important to them. ( james ) and next... police have arrested a woman in australia for putting needles into strawberries. we have the details. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week. ( robin ) no major hot spots. 101 is a the limit. bay bridge wb 80 is
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less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) in world news... australian police say they have arrested a woman in connection with an investigation into needles found in supermarket strawberries earlier this year. the 50-year-old woman was arrested yesterday after a the investigation into the alleged contamination of strawberries in queensland. the arrest follows at least 1-hundred reported cases of sewing needles or pins found in fruit across the country. the needles were found in stwberries in all six australian states and in at least six different brands. ( james ) coming up on the
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the door.. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a
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chance of relief into the middle of the week. ( james ) we are continuing our coverage of continuing our
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we are ( james ) ( james ) we are continuing our coverage of the devastating wildfire in butte county... and the smoke that it continues to send to the bay area. kron 4's philippe djegal talked with the bay area air quality management district about when they think the conditions could improve. (phlippe) masks in smoke are helpful and better than nothing... but they don't garauntee complete protection. misako hill/asthmatic- "i might have to leave because my throat is already scratchy." stuck indoors for the past few days... misako (me- sock-oh) hill needed a little time outside in oakland after battling a case of cabin fever. misakao hill/asthmatic- "i have a history of asthma, so it's critical, um, you know the particulates already irritate my eyes, and so any
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sort of protection -- i need to make sure i take that precaution." and, of course, the best way to limit your exposure to this toxic air is to simply stay inside. angel sweet/dog walker- "we're just going to do a quick little walk and um call it a day." children's fairyland remained closed saturday due to the poor air quality. visibility on roadways and from this typically picturesque rest stop in pleasant hill extremely low. walter wallace/baaqmd- "right now we are in the red for pretty much the entire bay area. um, the meteorologists tell me, that we are expecting, if models continue to stay the same, we are expecting to see some improvement over the next day or two." walter wallace speaks for the bay area air quality management district. he says the air quality is unleahlthy -- especially for those with pre-existing respiratory problems. strong wind in the fire zone may cause more destruction... but wallace says wind would help clear the air in the bay area.walter wallace/baaqmd- "if it stay stagnant, and an inversion layer sits, then what happens is the smoke will
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actually settle down at our levels where we breathe and then there will be poor air quality for all of us. so, we're hoping for some clean air to kind of push in and hopefully make the whole situation beeter for everyone." misako hill/asthmatic- "it's unfortunate. i mean, the reason why is because of all the fires and you know, i just feel for all those families that are, you know, lost their property." the bay area air quality management district has also issued a spare the air day alert. wood burning is illegal. philippe djegal, kron four news. ( james ) the migrant caravan traveling to the u-s southern border is now spread out across different parts of mexico... but some of them are getting close to their final destination. the first group could even reach tijuana by this weekend. the jalisco attorney general's office says about 520 migrants arrived in guadalajara saturday. 390 of them departed yesterday morning on 10 buses in route to tijuana. jalisco authorities are expecting another 12-hundred migrants this week. ( james ) back here in the
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bay area... artists and activists came together to make care packages and organize donations for the migrant caravan. it happened at the beauty botanica in oakland where they collected water... food and clothing for the thousands of central ameraicans that are seeking asylum. ( james ) many migrants say they are fleeing rampant poverty, gang violence and political instability primarily in the central american countries. ( james ) coming up in the next hour... a health expert breaks down the right masks you need to wear when heading outside in the smokey haze. those details coming up at 6 o'clock. (ácommercialá)
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temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week. ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( james )( james )( james ) the strong october box office is continuing into november... and one film in particular showed audiences seem to have december in mind! ( darya ) david daniel has the weekend box office estimates. the thriller "the girl in the spider's web" debuted in fifth place, earning eight-million dollars. "the nutcracker and the four realms" dropped two spots to fourth place with nine-point-six million. (nat-music) "welcome to france!"the world war two pic "overlord" opened in third place, grossing 10-point-one million dollars on veterans day weekend.(nat- clapping/stomping) "imagine: thousands of people doing this in unison. hmm?""bohemian rhapsody" lost the top spot, but made 30-point-nine million
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dollars, hitting 100-million domestic in 10-days.(nat)it's beginning to look a lot like christmas! "the grinch" debuted at the top end of expectations, delivering 66- million dollars. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( james ) coming up in the next hour of the kron4 morning news... will tran will have a live report on the air quality here in the bay area as fire crews continue battling the camp fire. ( james ) and we'll hear from some of the people who had just seconds to flee their homes as the camp fire raced through neighborhoods. ( james ) we'll also have the latest on the southern california wildfires. (ácommercialá)
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county, ca there are two hundred and twenty eight individuals who have been determined to be unaccounted for.">( james ) more than 200 people missing in butte county ... as the camp fire rages on. 29 people are dead ... and thousands of homes are destroyed. ( darya ) plus ... two people are dead in the woolsey fire burning in malibu. we'll bring you the latest on the destruction in so-cal. ( john ) another day of bad air quality in the bay area due to the camp fire in butte county. im tracking the forecast. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic...
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much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week. major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80
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the tollsaccident after the tolls ( darya )(ááá2 shot bam ááá) our top story this morning. the camp fire burning in butte county is being called the most destructive fire in state history and now the deadliest.29 people are dead. and more than 200 people are still missing.( james ) more than 6-thousand homes now destroyed after the fire burned through 111-thousand acres. kron4's dan thorn has more from fire officials. sot: more work to be done.. emergency responders giving their latest update as the camp fire rages on..29 people are now dead with 6 bodies being found in paradise on sunday..sot: those sunday..
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paradise on found in 6 bodies being found in paradise on sunday..sot: those remains recovered today were located in paradise 5 of them were in homes one was in a vehicle.. areas that saw fire sunday included yankee hill...firefighters say some of the flames reached up to 150 feet in the air. crews could also be seen still putting out hot spots throughout parts of paradise. burned vehicles continue to line the roads in and around the town.security fences were put up at feather river hospital on peach lane. workers say they're a deterrent to keep looters from stealing medical supplies and medication from hospital's the pharmacy.the sheriff says there have been more than 60 calls for suspicious incidents including looting but there have been no arrests for looting..as for evacuations ... there are no new orders at this time.reporting in chico. im dan thorn.
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( darya ) here in the bay area, the smoke from the camp fire in butte county is causing another day of unhealthy air conditions. ( james ) kron4's will tran is in lafayette this morning to show us the conditions outside. wildfire smoke from the camp fire in butte county continues to blanket the bay area with unhealthy air today and the haze is expected to linger through tuesday, air quality officials said. the hazardous smoke has created unhealthy conditions for much of the region over the past two days, although there were pockets of moderate conditions this morning, said lisa fasano, spokeswoman for the bay area air quality district. residents are advised to reduce outdoor activities and to limit exposure to unhealthy air by closing windows and doors. those with heart or
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lung disease should stay inside and limit their physical activity, fasano said. ( james ) thanks will.
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( darya ) fire crews at the sonoma county cal fire air base are preparing to battle the camp fire from the sky. the base is keeping track of the overhead help needed in butte county. each plane from sonoma each plane from sonoma carries a thousand gallons of fire retardant. cal fire says the number of aircrafts they use is based on the complexity of the incident. ( darya ) cal fire says they manintain the planes everyday so they are ready to go on a moments notice. ( darya ) it's not just first responders saving people
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from the camp fire, neighbors are also helping each other. jacob jones is one of the heroic people in butte county helping neighbors, their children and pets get clear of the deady flames this weekend in his small honda civic, that he calls honda civic, that he calls "betty white." this is video jacab filmed from his car as they escaped the fire. and you can see the traffic as others tried to flee the town of paradise ( darya ) thankfully jacob and everyone else crammed into his tiny car got out safe. but jacob is one of the from paradise entire homes in the fire. ( james ) 52-thousand people have been evacuated from the camp fire. evacuation centers are housing some of those people in the region. evacuees are still waiting to find out the
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fate of their homes and others are looking for missing family members. one woman flew in from colorado after days of not being able to find her brother.. but she luckily was reunited with him at the evacuation center. another couple reunited after losing each other during the evacuation. ( james ) the butte county fairgrounds in gridley is offering evacuees different resouces like insurance companies are on hand.. food clothing and showers. ( james ) we've learned that 228 people are missing in the camp fire. the sheriffs office now has a missing persons call center established. detectives are working to reunite people with their loved ones.
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also, if you have álocated a person you previously reported missing... the sheriff's office wants that updated information as well. the numbers for the missing person call center are on your screen. ( james ) and if you would like to help camp fire victims the american red cross is accepting donations. information is on kron 4 dot com ( darya ) the woolsey fire burning in southern califorinia has grown to more then 85-thousand acres this morning. this weekend the woolsey fire turned deadly as two people were found in malibu. together with the hill fire.. also burning in southern california... 179 structures have been destroyed but according to officials 57- thousand homes are still in danger. emergency officials said the santa ana winds that were fueling the fire had temporarily died down over the weekend giving firefighters a brief opportunity to make progress.
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( darya ) stay stay connected to the breaking news throughout the day...through the kron4 mobile app. we will send push alerts straight to your phone as are any developments burning in california. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... a procession was held in the bay area this weekend for one of the victims of last week's deadly mass shooting in thousand oaks. ( darya ) plus... san francisco firefighters are investigating six suspicious fires that happened in golden gate park. < across california>( darya ) more stories from victims of the camp fire ... as they look for places to stay after escaping the flames. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. sfx: squeak
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weather and traffic this morning. major hot spot on the bay bridge. accident wb 80 after the tolls blocks the two left lane. wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. much like this weekend temperatures will remain temperatures will remain
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comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as
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possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week.
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( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) back to our top story this morning. the small city of gridley is now filled with people who have been evacuated from the 'camp fire'. gridley is where the butte county fairgrounds evacuation center is located.( james ) kron 4's justine waldman talked to people affected by the devastation. nats trafficthe main drag through gridley busltes with traffic.the normally slow town... is where evacuees are escaping the camp fire.like ron logan, who lost his home in paradise.sot we all woke up
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it was a nice day and then 8 hours later it wrecked everyones life and it keeps happening across california and it is just burning everyones homes upnats burgers hungry people stopped gridley burger for a hot meal.which has not been this slammed since the oroville dam spill. manager jayne barrow hears all the fire horror stories from customers.sot a lot of people have lost their homes their businesses their kids schools everythingthe local ave hardware store is selling out of supplies.camping gear is low.there are a few bags of pet food left.most batteries are out of stock.and here are the last two cases of water. it's been beyond busy here.sot unbelieveable if people want to come camp out in our parking lot we will fully let them do itwith nothing to go home to...people and their
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pets have here come seeking shelter.. a town of 67-hundred pepole. and under the grey smokey sky, everyone here is impacted by the camp fire.sot i have been through earthquakes and hurricanes this was literally the scariest thingstandupevacuees tell me they feel welcome here. and store owners say it is good to see extra business, just not at expense of people losing their homes in the camp fire.in gridley justine waldman kron 4 news. ( darya ) in another big story ... 18-year-old alain housley was honored in a procession through her home of napa. she one of the twelve shooting victims at borderline bar and grill in thousand oaks on wednesday. people in the napa community gathered yesterday in support of alaina's family ... as police escorted her body to a local cemetary. housley was celebrating country music night with college friends from pepperdine university the
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night of the shooting. at 18-years-old ... she was the youngest among the victims before shooter turned the gun on himself. ( darya ) those who know her say she will be remembered for her being genuine and bringing out the best in others. ( james ) we are learning more information about the gunman in the borderline mass shooting. a high school track coach recalled him as volatile and intimidating.
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evie cluke coached ian david long on newbury park high school's track team in 2007 and 2008. in an interview she said long would lose his temper, throw tantrums and scream, and that she witnessed him assault a fellow coach. another time, he used his hand to mimic shooting her. the coach says she reported the behavior to school officials, who did nothing. school officials could not be reached for comment. ( darya ) the san francisco fire department is trying to determine what caused six fires that broke out in golden gate park within 24 hours. this is video of san francisco firefighters working to put out the fires friday. the fires have been isolated to various areas of the park and are considered "suspicious." the fire department says the fires were in the polo fields and casting ponds. some people at the park saturday say they were frustrated after hearing about the fires.
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"it's very malicious and gosh, it's adding to what everyone's suffering from right now, the poor air quality."cory murrell, san francisco"i live in the sunset so it's going to take a lot for the fire to get really threatening but it's not fun to have it right next to me.">( darya ) the san francisco fire department says anyone with information is urged to contact them get to the investigation. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...we'll take a look at the toll the camp fire is having on students who may not have a school to return to. ( darya ) plus ... a health expert breaks down the right masks you need to wear when heading outside in the smokey haze.
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temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as
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possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week. (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 toll to 101 ( james ) for your health this morning. the bay area continues to suffer from smokey, unhealthy air. an
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official with contra costa county health services talked about the best way to protect yourself from particulate matter in the atmosphere as result of the fire.take a listen. < "this is the n95 mask. if it is properly fitted and provides a tight seal against your face, it can reduce by 80% to 90% the amount of particulate material from getting into your lungs. we don't recommend these kind of surgical masks. these will not protect you from that particulate matter. people that have asthma should follow their asthma action plans. use their enhalers as prescribed by their physicians >( james ) for people who don't have any respitory problems ... officials recommend minimizing activities outdoors and avoiding heavy exercise. ( james ) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news... the unhealthy air lingers in the bay area this morning. we'll head to the north bay for a live look at the conditions there.
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(ácommercialá) lets start the half hour (james) (darya) lets start the half hour
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with a check of weather and traffic... much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya )( darya ) the big story we continue to follow this morning... is the deadly wildfires burning in california right now. 29 people have died in the camp fire in butte county... more than 200 people are still missing. that fire is now the most destructive fire in state history with over 6- thousand homes now destroyed... and over 15- thousand homes are still threatened this morning. ( james ) take a look at this map that shows where the fire is burning. the fire burned through 111- thousand acres.fire officials
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are doing all they can to look for victims in burned out neighborhoods. take a listen. ( james ) police in paradise are now on the look out for looters. security fences are up at feather river hospital on peach lane to deter looters from stealing medical supplies and medication from the hosptial. the sheriff says there have been more then 60 calls for suspicious incidents including looting but there have been no arrests. ( james ) the unhealthy air the unhealthy air from the camp fire in butte county continues to linger across the bay area...making it difficult to breathe for many people. ( darya ) the north bay has been dealing
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with much of the unhealthy air. kron4's yoli aceves is in san rafael with how things look in the north bay. wildfire smoke from the camp fire in butte county continues to blanket the bay area with unhealthy air today and the haze is expected to linger through tuesday, air quality officials said. the hazardous smoke has created unhealthy conditions for much of the region over the past two days, although there were pockets of moderate conditions this morning, said lisa fasano, spokeswoman for the bay area air quality district. residents are advised to reduce outdoor activities and to limit exposure to unhealthy air by closing windows and doors. those with heart or lung disease should stay inside and limit their physical activity, fasano said.
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( james ) thanks.
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( darya ) because of the camp fire, all butte county schools are closed until at least after thanksgiving. we caught up with one high school senior from paradise high. amy poolmoore and her family had to leave their home and seek shelter at an evacuation center. she says now she has to think about applying to colleges and whether or not her house is still standing and if her friends are still alive. ( darya ) she says paradise high
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escaped the flames and she is actually looking forward to go back to school áif it opens up. ( james ) meantime ... questions remain on what sparked the fire, and some eyes are pointing toward p-g and e. but p-g and e says, not so fast. macy jenkins reports. audio:"we have eyes on the vegetation fire. it's going to be very difficult to access camp creek road. it's near inaccessible."six-43 on thursday morning, butte county firefighters called dispatch after seeing flames across the feather river from poe dam. audio:"it is on the west side of the river, underneath the transmission lines. probably about 35 miles per hour, sustained wind on it."c-b-s 13 obtained this report from p- g-and-e, describing an incident at six-15 a-m, 28 minutes before that call from firefighters.it says ... graphic:"pg&e experienced an
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outage on the caribou- palermo...transmission line in butte county."and cal-fire records show the camp fire started at six-33 a-m, just 18 minutes later.sheriff kory honea:"this was a devastating fire. and if you've been up in this area, you absolutely know that, you know how quickly it came through the paradise area."thursday's report also says, p-g-and-e noticed a tower on that caribou-palermo power line was damaged,just one mile northeast of pulga, the exact origin of the camp fire.a p-g-and-e spokesperson told c-b-s 13 in part ... graphic:"the cause of the fire has not been determined. pg&e is working with first responders on the fire lines to turn off power as they would during any wildfire emergency." ( james ) stay connected to the breaking news throughout the day...through the kron4 mobile app. we will send push alerts straight to your phone as soon as there are any developments on the fires burning in california. ( james ) plus ... raiders
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plus ... raiders quarterback derek carr opens up following a painful loss to their division rivals.we'll hear from the team leader. ( james ) plus ... we are now seeing wildfires year- round across california... fire officials tell us why the fire season does not have an end in sight. ( james ) and a south bay university's weather lab heads to the front lines of the camp fire. how their research could help firefighters. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. (ácommercialá)
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temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week. ( james ) it wasn't just firefighters who dropped everything and headed for butte county when the camp fire broke out wednesday night. so did the fire weather research lab from san jose state university. they spent the last 24 hours on the front lines --- posting video and images of the fire. they
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also used doppler radar to measure wind veliocities and other fire behavior. the data collected may help firefighters better understand fire weather behavior and help develop strategies to fight wildfires. ( james ) coming up at 7 o'clock ... more of the popular "lime scooters" are being recalled.those details ahead in the next hour. ahead in the next hour. this holiday, no matter who's on your list, we've got great gifts at great prices! so, bring us your husband who thinks he's a celebrity chef. get him something stain-less and pain-less. bring us your sister who's always asking "can you hold this... and this?" you're both welcome. and bring us your daughter, the daredevil. a bike. she'll love it. and bring us your parents, who are super competitive... ...oh boy... game on. find the perfect gifts for everyone. for way less than you'd expect. we've got ideas, and great prices. tj maxx, marshalls and homegoods. clear lights.t ideas, clear lights.t pcolor lights. i have an idea. a little inspiration and incredible prices
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lets get a check of weather and traffic... much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into much like this weekend
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temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. wb 580 slow from castr to the tolls tolls castr to the tolls
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( darya ) fire officials have been warning us that the fire season has no official end here in california. kron 4's gabe slate spoke with cal- fire about what has changed over the last few years ... and why fire season looks to be year round. sound from ken pimlott / cal fire, director "we are in fire season every day now in ca" that is ken pimlott, director of pimlott, that is ken now in ca"season every day "we are in fire director pimlott / cal fire, sound from ken sound from ken pimlott / cal fire, director "we are in fire season every day now in ca" that is ken pimlott, director of cal fire, at a press conference in mather california friday morning saying what we all kind of know but don't want to face. the new reality here in california. things have changed. there use to be a fire season basically summer and a little into october.
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that's all out the door now california is now under a year round fire season. sound from ken pimlott / cal fire, director "we use to just have summer bad but not all year and need to be prepared for dec. and jan. just like " director like "director pimlott says the recent droughts and climate change are contributing fact to our new never ending fire season. sound from ken pimlott / cal fire, director "weather patterns have changed, we get more snow than rain, it is setting up veggitian for being more like fuel, more droughts" in san news news slate kron 4 francisco
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gabe slate kron 4 news ( darya ) another week, another underwhelming performance by the oakland raiders ... as they hosted the chargers at the coliseum.( james ) they played in the afternoon ... under the smokey haze from the butte fire. in the first quarter ... fourth and one for
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the raiders. but the play is stopped short by the chargers defence. more bad offense from the raiders ... carr drops back and is sacked and fumbles the ball. that leads to a field goal by the chargers.and the chargers take over from there. final score ... 20-6 chargers. after the game derek carr said he still has faith in his team.
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( james ) and the 49ers are hoping for another win when they host the 1-and-7 new york giants tonight on monday night football. nick mullens will be starting after his sensational debut last week ... when the niners beat the raiders 34 to 3.c-j beathard will serve as his backup. kickoff is at 5:15 p-m. (james) james adlib big board. ( james ) ( james ) coming up at 7 o'clock. bay area activists are gathering donations for the caravan of migrants heading to the u-s- mexico border. we talked to organizers about why the caravan is important to them. (ácommercialá)
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temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will continue to push much of the smoke from the camp fire into the bay well into tomorrow with a chance of relief into the middle of the week. ( james ) coming up in the next hour of the kron4 morning news... will tran will have a live report on the air quality here in the bay area as fire crews continue battling the camp fire. ( james ) and we'll hear from some of the people who had just seconds to flee their homes as the camp fire raced through neighborhoods. ( james ) we'll also have the latest on the southern california wildfires.
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it really looks like a war zone.it makes me sad. these are my neighbors and they are probably not here and they don't know. >( james ) our top story this morning... wildfries burning all acorss california. hundreds of thousands of acres have burned as fires rage out of control in butte and ventura counties. dozens of people have died and hundreds of others are still unaccounted for. ( james ) good morning, i'm james fletcher.( darya ) and i'm darya folsom. one of the fires burning in butte county is still causing concerns about the smoke in the aihere in the bay area.( james ) we have team coverage this morning with crews across the bay area and john shrable tracking the smoke in the weather center.( darya ) but first... john lawrence has the latest

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