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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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on all of the fires burning across the state. 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 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 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 assessi damage and searching for more victims. more
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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. reporting. ( james ) and here is a look at exacy where the camp fire is burning in butte county. it burnded right through the city of paradise and right along highway 149. so far this fire has burned more than 110-thousand acres. and take a look at this picture from nasa. this shows the camp fire from space and you can see just how much
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smoke is coming from this fire and it is affecting people here in the bay area. will tran is live in lafayette this morning with the more on the smoke over teh bay area. . 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.
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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. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom.. (james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... 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 much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much
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smoke it will be another day to stay inside as much as possible. winds will no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) fire crews at the sonoma county cal fire air base are preparing to battle the camp fire from the sky. the
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base is keeping track of the overhead help needed in butte county. 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. ( james ) it's not just first responders saving people 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 "betty white." this
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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 ( james ) thankfully jacob and everyone else crammed into his tiny car got out safe. but jacob is one of the many people from paradise that lost their entire homes in the fire. ( darya ) 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 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
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reunited with him at the evacuation center. another couple reunited after losing each other during the evacuation. ( darya ) ( darya ) the butte county fairgrounds in gridley is offering evacuees different resouces like insurance companies are on hand.. food clothing and showers. ( darya ) 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 ) stay stay connected to the breaking news throughout the day...through
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the kron4 mobile app. we will send push alerts straight to your phone as soon as there are any on the fires california. ( james ) still ahead on teh kron 4 morning news... more of those popular lime scooters being recalled this morning. jane king is live at the nasdaq with a look at your business headlines. ( james ) plus... san francisco firefighters are investigating six suspicious fires that happened in golden gate park. ( james ) and after the break... we are continuing our coverage of the devastating wildfire in butte county and how the smoke is affecting those in the bay area. ( john ) and i am acking your bay area forecast. you work hard for every dollar. so we don't want you to pay one cent more than you need to
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devastating wildfire in butte county. here in the bay area we are still seeing the affects of the fire from the smokey skies.( darya )( darya ) kron 4's philippe djegal talked with the bay area air quality management 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 sort of protection -- i need to make sure i take that
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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 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
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air quality management district has also issued a spare the air day alert. wood burning is illegal. philippe djegal, kron four news. ( james )( john ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the 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. accident sb 101 at marsh rd blockingbay bridge wb 80 is less then min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101.
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accident sb 101 at marsh rd blocking . 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.
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( darya ) ( darya ) for your money
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this morning... lime is recalling some of its scooters. and hallmark is branching out for the holidays by selling christmas trees. jane king is live at the nasdaq with those stories and more ( jane ) good morninglime scooters issued a recall over scooters that may break in half. the withdrawal is immediate and covers scooters across cities worldwide.the company plans to replace the affected okai scooters with newer models it said are "best in class for safety."kylie cosmetics is going brick and mortar at ulta stores.ulta stores will initially stock jenner's bestselling lip kits,
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the product that launched her company two years ago, with more products to follow.the items go on sale at ulta on. november 17th.kfc has added chicken and waffles to its menu.starting today, the chain will offer kentucky fried chicken and waffles slathered in syrup for breakfast, lunch and dinner through the end of the year.the prices range from 5-49 to 7-99 depending on th3e size of the order.the helpful folks at butterball have made it even easier to seek their expert advice this thanksgiving.the company's "turkey talk-line" already offers support through text, email and live chat, and this year has added amazon's alexa. with the voice command, "alexa, ask butterball" cooks can listen to pre-recorded answers to frequently asked questions along with turkey prep tips.hallmark cards is best known for its greeting cards and gifts, and now it's branching out on amazon with a new offering: fresh-cut christmas trees.the company is amazon's exclusive supplier for trees in the six- to seven-foot range, and shipping is free. a six- to seven-foot fraser fir is listed for $109
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on amazon.live from the nasdaq marketsite. in times square, i'm jane king bacl to you ( darya ) thanks jane ( james ) 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
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deadly mass shooting in thousand oaks. ( james ) and after the break... bay area activists are gathering donations for the caravan of migrants heading to the u-s- to organizers about why the d caravan is important to them. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge 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. ( 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
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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 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
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political instability primarily in the central american countries. ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... we are continuing our coverage of the devastating wildfire in butte county and how the smoke is affecting those in the bay area. (ácommercialá) juggling all the things we do is a challenge. but hey, it's a fun challenge. and our tempur-pedic helps us make it all work. it gives us the best night's sleep ever. i recommend my tempur-pedic to everybody. the most highly recommended bed in america just got better.
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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
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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. ( darya )(ááá2 shot bam ááá) our top story this morning. the camp fire burning in butte county is ( darya )(ááá2 shot bam ááá) our top story this morning. the camp fire burning in butte county is being called the
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most destructive fire in state history and 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 arnow dead with 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
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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 the sheriff says there more than 60 suspicious incidents looting but there have been no arrests for looting..as for ( james ) 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 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
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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. ( 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 ( james ) 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. ( darya ) in another big story ... 18-year-old
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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 night of the shooting. at 18-years-old ... she was the youngest among the victims before shooter turned the gun on < "she was in the prime of her life in as chool that was perfect for her and i hope it sparks change." it was a drop everything and come here thing becayse thats exactly what alaina would have done for anyone else." "and her family too her family is incredible within the community and they just didnt deserve an end like this."> ( darya ) those who know
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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. 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. ( james ) still ahead in the 8 a-m hour of the kron 4 morning news... s-n-l invites lieutenant commander dan crenshaw on the show for a public apology following pete davidson's jokes about the congressman elect. ( james ) and after the
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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. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( james ) this week caltrans will completely close 880 overnight in oakland to demolish the old 23rd avenue overcrossing. the northbound lanes will be closed wednesday morning from midnight until 5 a-m. and then again thursday morning. crews say there will be detours around the work and to allow extra time during the very early morning commute. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning buzz... don't know what's worse in oakland: the qualty of the air or the football... giselle was wrong about her husband.. tom brady can catch the ball.. the problem is, he' can't run with it. the perils of falling on your face.. whether you're on foot or in a stagecoach.. you know when you're at ross and you realize it's time
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( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. 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
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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
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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 min from the toll to 101 ( darya ) the black cloud continues to hang over the raiders.. they choked again .. and it wasn't because of that layer of smoke yosee.. it's
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because they're just bad. the 49ers are going to have to play in those smokey conditions tonight at levis stadium. they say they'll have extra oxygen on the sidelines when they start nick mullins against the barely breathing 1- and-7 new york giants.. but lets go back to the flaming pile of poo in oakland.. where the raiders flushed another game.. losing to the chargers 20 to 6: that's 8 big stinkers. at this point the only thing the raiders are competing for is the first draft pick. painful for the fans.. even more painful for the players.. look at derek carr in the 4th quarter: forget this.. he gets rid of the ball real fast.. he's no dummy.. it's not worth getting hurt. after the game another player was heard saying.. i gotta get the heck outta here. (i said heck he used another word). ( darya ) remember when gizelle bunchen famously said my husband cannot throw the ball "and" catch the ball.. well he can't run with it either.. look at this..
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bay area pal julian edleman throws it, brady catches it.. but giselle's husband cannot "run with the ball" he just topples like a tree. nobody even touched him. the patriots threw everything but the kitchen sink at the titans and nothing worked: they lost 34 to 10. on the plus side.. the brady stumble inspired some fantastic memes: and it's way worse when you fall with a bucket full of popcorn.. there's no way to save face when this happens. and that's like 20 dollars worth of popcorn: i'd ask for a free refill. and to really rub it in.. after brady blew that play.. marcus mariotta made it look easy.. grabs the pass and runs the ball for 21 yards and the first down. no better way to bring attention to your touchdown celebration that to actually grab and point the tv camera yourself! that's what tareek hill did. caught jimmy mahome's 31st t-d pass and commandeered the tv camera.
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that's how you take the ultimate selife. chiefs the ultimate winners beating the cardinals 26 to 14. you know who's the biggest ball hog of 'em all.. floyd mayweather.. he got two touchdown balls at the rams-seahawks game and he didn't even have to beat anybody up. he just sat there.. and the players delivered the balls to him on a silver platter like he was the king. look at mayweather beaming when seahawks wide receiver tyler lockett hands him the ball..and then later, brandin cooks does the same thing after his touchdown for the rams. while the players were busy kissing mayweather's butt there were plenty of kids and other more-deserving fans who woulda loved a game ball.. so this rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. ( darya) but nothin burns more than road rash.. or field burn in this case.you dont' see many stage coach accidents these days.. not like back
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when i was kid.. but look at this: a flag bearer wound up being dragged by oklahoma's sooner schooner.. why they have him hang by his legs i don't know.. the guy in the wagon lost his hold.. finally let's go of him in the tunnel.
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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 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 ) we'll also have the latest on the southern california wildfires destroying homes in ventura county.
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(darya) good morning i'm and i'm james lets
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start 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. accident on 92 at 35 all lanes closed. jammed in both
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directions. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) a big story this morning as we continuing our coverage of the camp fire burning in butte county. its 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 ) take a look at this map that shows where the fire is burning. more than 6-thousand homes now destroyed
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after the fire burned through 113-thousand acres ... those are the latest numbers this morning. 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 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
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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 arrests for looting..as for evacuations ... there are no new orders at this time. reporting in chico. im dan thorn. ( 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
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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 ) 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 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 ) it's not just
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first responders saving people 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 "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 ( james ) thankfully jacob and everyone else crammed into his tiny car got out safe. but jacob is one of the many people from
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paradise that lost their entire homes in the fire. ( darya ) the woolsey fire burning in southern califorinia has grown to more then 91-thousand acres those are the latest numbers 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... about 370 structures have been destroyed but according to officials 57- thousand homes are still in danger. 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... but they fear they could pick back up today. ( 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 ( darya ) still ahead on the
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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>california> ( darya ) more stories from victims of the camp fire ... as they look for places to stay after escaping the flames.
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try them today. 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. 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. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... we are continuing our coverage of the devastating wildfire in butte county and how the smoke is affecting those in the bay area. ♪
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(james)(darya) welcome back. let's get a check of the weather this morning... 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 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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( darya ) as we continue our coverage of the camp fire burning in butte county... we've learned that 52-thousand people had to evacuate from the path of the fire. ( james ) many evacuees are still waiting to find out the fate of their homes and others are looking for missing family members.( darya ) kron 4's sara stinson has the story of several evacuees during this tragic time. 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
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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 missing since thursday.
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story ... 18-year-old alaina 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 night of the shooting. at 18-years-old ... she was the youngest among the victims before shooter turned the gun on himself. < "she was in the prime of her life in as chool that was perfect for her and i hope it sparks change." it was a drop everything and come here thing becayse thats exactly what alaina would have done for anyone else." "and her family too her family is incredible within the community and they just didnt deserve an end like this.">( darya ) those who know her say
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she will be remembered for her being genuine and bringing out the best in others. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... s-n-l invites lieutenant commander dan crenshaw on the show for a public apology following pete davidson's jokes about the congressman elect. (ácommercialá) our craftsmen begin each day...
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live cast member pete davidson made fun of veteran and congresman-elect lt. commander dan crenshaw, the navy veteran 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
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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. ( darya ) after the jokes-- lt. crenshaw got jokes-- lt. after the jokes-- lt. crenshaw got serious--saying this was a lesson that americans can forgive each other--and quote, what brings us country and good in each ( james ) the texas republican then reminded the time to veteran. ( james ) coming up next on the kron 4 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. you know when you're at ross
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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. ( darya ) the big story we continue to follow this morning... is the deadly wildfires burning in
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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 ) the fire burned through 113- thousand acres. fire officials 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
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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 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
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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. ( darya ) thanks. ( james ) we also got the chance to
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talk to an official with contra costa county health services about the best way to protect yourself from the ash that may be in the air as a 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.
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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 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
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paradise high escaped the flames and she is actually looking forward to go back to school áif it opens up. ( 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 ) 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. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... we are now seeing wildfires year-round across california...
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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.
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( james ) it wasn't just firefighters who dropped everything and headed for butte county when the camp fire broke out wednesday night.
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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 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 on the kron 4 morning news ... raiders quarterback derek carr opens up following a painful loss to their division rivals.we'll hear from the team leader.
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) 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. 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.
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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 cal fire, at a press
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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. 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 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 francisco gabe slate
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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.
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in the first quarter ... fourth and one for 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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road next sunday to take on the arizona cardinals. ( james ) and the 49ers are hoping for another win when they host the 1-and-7 new york giants tonight 7 new york host the 1-and-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 ) coming up next on the kron four morning news... a celebrity chef came to butte county to help came to butte celebrity chef news... a morning news... a celebrity chef came to butte county to help with the camp fire in the only way they knew how... cooking.
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) much like this weekend temperatures will remain comfortable but with so much
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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 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 min from the toll to 101 ( james ) celebrity chef guy fieri is doing his part to help out with the "camp fire". he made a surprise visit to serve dinner to everyone at
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the law enforcement staging area at butte college. the butte county sheriff's department tweeted these 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." during last years north bay firestorm ... fieri helped his community of santa rosa by cooking meals for thousands of evacuees. ( darya ) 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. ( darya ) and we'll hear from some of the people who had just seconds to flee their homes as the camp fire raced
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through neighborhoods.
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it's literally unbelievable but it's right in front of my eyes.i just can't believe it. 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 )
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and i'm darya folsom. one of the fires burning in butte county is still causing concerns about the smoke in the air here 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... dan simon has a stories of survival from victims of the butte county. powerful and dry winds...sweeping through california.literally fanning the flames for three major wildfires that have scorched the state for days.in the north the camp fire has destroyed more than 6-thousand homes--making it the deadliest and the most destructive fire in the state's history.the town of paradise-- left in ruins by the fire.......numero us bodies were found there,
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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.
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( james ) and here is a look at exactly where the camp fire is burning in butte county. it burnded right through the city of paradise and right along highway 149. so far this fire has burned more than 110-thousand acres. and take a look at this picture from nasa. this shows the camp fire from space
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and you can see just how much smoke is coming from this fire and it is affecting people here in the bay area. will tran is live in lafayette this morning with the more on the smoke over teh bay area. . 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
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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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(darya) now lets turn to john shrable for a look at the conditions out there. 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 ) the woolsey fire
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burning in southern califorinia has grown to more then 91-thousand acres those are the latest numbers 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... about 370 structures have been destroyed but according to officials 57- thousand homes are still in danger. 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... but they fear they could pick back up today. ( darya ) stay stay stay connected
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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 the victims of last week's deadly mass shooting in thousand oaks. ( james ) and after the break... early morning commuters will have to leave even earlier to avoid the road work on 880 in oakland. 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. welcome to monowi, nebraska, population one.
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(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 min from the toll to 101 ( darya ) this week caltrans will completely close 880 overnight in oakland to demolish the old 23rd avenue
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overcrossing. the northbound lanes will be closed from midnight tomorrow through 5 wednesday morning. and again wednesday night until thursday morning. crews say the will be detours around the work and to allow extra time during the very early morning commute. ( darya ) coming up next ... willie brown is a legend in the bay area ... even though he has not held a political position for years. we look into wille brown's legacy. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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(james) ( darya ) welcome back. let's get a check of the weather this morning... no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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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 chance of relief into the middle of the week. ( james ) (ááá2shotááá) former san
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francisco mayor and assembly speaker willie brown has been out of 'elective' politics for a number of years.. but he is still very much a power player.( darya ) this morning ... kron4's pam moore
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dives into the legacy he is creating for the city and state he loves. "hello everybody.. hi.. - applause/giggles "im willie brown and this wonderful school was named after me"when willie brown looks to his legacy.. "so in life you can win but only if people know you're the best".. this san francisco middle school, which bears his name, is a big part of the picture .. along with the willie brown institute which works to promote public policy
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issues and projects .. he is leaving his mark on the future.. "laughing.. look at that .. willie l brown jr. middle school.. " " cool we got to meet the person the school is named after""i was just like wow..i thought the school was named after the principal" "interesting to learn the story of who he was and how he got there" "i see him doing more mentoring now.. helping evolve the next generation" "probably the most important
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thing connected with the speakership would be the graduates of my leadership.. those who've gone on to congress.. those who've become mayors.. no longer in elective office.. but still knee deep in whats going on .. he may be as passionate now about politics as ever .. he says.. supporting consensus builders like him .. people to help change the current political climate.."i want to
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dramatically change that .. because if i do, then you're gonna have people seeking and holding public office who will clearly understand that in this democracy they work to build a consensus on every issue.. which automatically means they cant win every issue... its got to be for the betterment of all of us."brown has mentored and supported a 'who's who' of california politics ... - "london breed / mayor of
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san francisco" - " gavin newsom/ is gonna become governor hopefully of state of california." - "there's a whole collection of people like that that. i want more" "mayor brown is a genius" "mayor brown is a legend"greg stanton is here from phoenix .. "i'm going from mayor hopefully to congress here to seek his advice and support" "willie browns legacy is
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cemented as a strategist .. advice from all across the country.. and he's and national news shows .. the willie brown brand is as strong as ever and his ( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) that was part 3 of pam moore's series on willie brown. if you missed part 1 and part 2 ... you can find them on kron 4 dot com. ( james ) 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. ( james ) and a health expert breaks down the right masks you need to wear when heading outside in the smokey haze. my mom's pain from moderate
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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. continue to push smoke from the camp fire into tomorrow with a into the middle of ( james ) for your health this morning. the bay area continues to suffer from smokey, unhealthy air. an 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
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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 ) you can buy the masks at your local lowes or home depot. for people who don't have any respitory problems ... officials recommend minimizing activities outdoors and avoiding heavy exercise. ( james ) 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.
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(james) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour 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. no major hot no major hot spots. bay no major hot
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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. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( 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-
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thousand homes now destroyed... and over 15- thousand homes are still threatened this morning. ( james ) the fire burned through 113- thousand acres. fire officials 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
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medication from the hosptial. the sheriff says there have been more then 60 calls for suspicious incidents including looting but there have been no ( james ) 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 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
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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. ( james ) thanks. ( 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.
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phone thats basically the worst part.">( darya ) she says paradise high escaped the flames and she is actually looking forward to go back to school forward to go back to school áif it opens up. ( 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. ( darya ) one of the tweleve shooting victims at borderline bar and grill in thousand oaks on wednesday was 18-year-old napa native alaina
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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. she had just entered as a freshman after graduating from
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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 being genuine and bringing out the best in others.housley will now rest in peace at the
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tulocay cemetery. sot: ella sogomonian// "in napa ella sogomonian kron 4 news. ( darya ) coming up ... san francisco firefighters are investigating six suspicious fires that happened in golden gate park. those details next. at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet, we've created access from at&t. california households with at least one resident who receives snap or ssi benefits may qualify for home internet at a discounted rate of $10 a month. no commitment, deposit, or installation fee. visit att.com/accessnow to learn more. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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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. (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. crash sb 880 at hog street ( james ) 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
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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. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning buzz... don't know what's worse in oakland: the qualty of the air or the football... giselle was wrong about her husband.. tom brady can catch the ball.. the problem is, he' can't run with it. the perils of falling on your face.. whether you're on foot or in a stagecoach.. (ácommercialá) you work hard for every dollar.
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bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. sb 880 at high street 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. the black cloud continues to hang over the raiders.. they choked again .. and it wasn't because of that layer of smoke you see.. it's because they're
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just bad. the 49ers are going to have to play in those smokey conditions tonight at levis stadium. they say they'll have 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. the black cloud continues to hang over the raiders.. they choked again .. and it wasn't because of that layer of smoke you see.. it's because
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the week. into the middle of the week. the black the week. the black cloud continues to
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hang over the raiders.. they choked again .. and it wasn't because of that layer of smoke you see.. it's because they're just bad. the 49ers are going to have to play in those smokey conditions tonight at levis stadium. they say they'll have extra oxygen on the sidelines when they start nick mullins against the barely breathing 1-and-7 new york giants.. but lets go back to the flaming pile of poo in oakland.. where the raiders flushed another game.. losing to the chargers 20 to 6: that's 8 big stinkers. at this point the only thing the raiders are competing for is the first draft pick. painful for the fans.. even more painful for the players.. look at derek carr in the 4th quarter: forget this.. he gets rid of the ball real fast.. he's no dummy.. it's not worth getting hurt. after the game another player was heard saying.. i gotta get the heck outta here. (i said heck
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he used another word). remember when gizelle bunchen famously said my husband cannot throw the ball "and" catch the ball.. well he can't run with it either.. look at this.. bay area pal julian edleman throws it, brady catches it.. but giselle's husband cannot "run with the ball" he just topples like a tree. nobody even touched him. the patriots threw everything but the kitchen sink at the titans and nothing worked: they lost 34 to 10. on the plus side.. the brady stumble inspired some fantastic memes: and it's way worse when you fall with a bucket full of popcorn.. there's no way to save face when this happens. and that's like 20 dollars worth of popcorn: i'd ask for a free refill. and to really rub it in.. after brady blew that play.. marcus mariotta made it look easy.. grabs the pass and runs the ball for 21 yards and the first down. no better way to bring attention to your touchdown celebration that to actually grab and point the tv camera yourself! that's
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what tareek hill did. caught jimmy mahome's 31st t-d pass and commandeered the tv camera. that's how you take the ultimate selife. chiefs the ultimate winners beating the cardinals 26 to 14. you know who's the biggest ball hog of 'em all.. floyd mayweather.. he got two touchdown balls at the rams-seahawks game and he didn't even have to beat anybody up. he just sat there.. and the players delivered the balls to him on a silver platter like he was the king. look at mayweather beaming when seahawks wide receiver tyler lockett hands him the ball..and then later, brandin cooks does the same thing after his touchdown for the rams. while the players were busy kissing mayweather's butt there were plenty of kids and other more-deserving fans who woulda loved a game ball.. so this rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. but nothin burns more than road rash.. or field burn in this case.you
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dont' see many stage coach accidents these days.. not like back when i was kid.. but look at this: a flag bearer wound up being dragged by oklahoma's sooner schooner.. why they have him hang by his legs i don't know.. the guy in the wagon lost his hold.. finally let's go of him in the tunnel. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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( 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 dollars, hitting 100-million
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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 ) celebrity celebrity chef guy fieri is doing his part to help out with the "camp fire". he made a surprise visit to serve dinner to everyone at the law enforcement staging area at butte college. the butte county sheriff's department tweeted these 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." during last years north bay firestorm ... fieri helped his community of santa rosa by cooking meals for thousands of
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evacuees. seven day (darya)that's it for us this morning... our next newscast is at 5 o clock tonight. (james)don't forget, you can stay connected on our mobile app, kron four dot com and on our fabook and twitter feeds. (ácommercialá)
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