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(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. a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool
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mostly in the 60's with just a
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few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. 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. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.toll to 101.
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min from the less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin )that is the response from governor jerry brown ...
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who toured the destruction from the 'camp fire' in butte county wednesday. here's a look at the latest numbers from the camp fire. an additional 8 bodies were found. bringing the total victims to 56. there are still 130 people missing and a list of 103 names of those missing has been released. more than 10,000 structures have been destroyed.... the vast majority of those are homes. the camp fire has burned more than 138,000 acres and is 35 percent contained. more than 5,600 firefighters are on the lines. ( robin ) today marks one week since the camp fire erupted in butte county. and we are learning more about the heroism of first responders who moved quickly to save lives in the early hours of the fire. kron 4's charles clifford spent the afternoon listening to fire dispatch audio .... from the first day of the fire. (ááno closed captioningáá)
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( robin ) as we've reported ... 52,000 people have evacuated from their homes because of the 'camp fire' in butte county ... and now we are learning of yet another problem many of them are dealing with.. an outbreak of norovirus.kron4's gayle ong spoke with a volunteer who says about a dozen people have gotten sick so far annelies farmer is a registered nurse and has been treating patients at the neighborhood church in chico, where there has been an outbreak of norovirushealth officials say norovirus is highly contagious and can cause diarreha, fever and body aches - it spreads commonly when people are in close quarters the church is one of the shelters housing evacuees.
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everything clean and sanitized.">sarah and jonathan starr are trying to take it day by dayafter losing their home in paradise to the deadly camp fire.they are seeking refuge at the chico wal martwhere the parking lot is covered with donations for fire victims.rob busick is a volunteer, he calls this a short term solution to a long term problem.michelle desoto also lost her home in the blaze - but considers herself lucky and is grateful for a place like this. for michelle, the wildfire may have taken her home, but it did not take her spirit.
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never met any of these people but they really care."> ( robin )( robin ) smoke from the wildfires has been spreading all over the bay area.and in some places, like livermore, the air quality index is off the charts. almost to the point of being hazardous...kron 4's alecia reid went to downtown livermore to see how people were handling the poor air quality conditions. the air out here is thick ... and although there are a number of people walking around with masks .... most are not.pkgit's a normal night in downtown livermore ... except for the terrible air quality.it's really bad. it's been really smoky and nasty all dayedward jones jackson
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junior has been riding around with his mask on. he and his children all have asthma.none of us flared up for a while. laytely everybody been flaring up. i had to call my doctors today to get some ashma pumps. i asked for a 6 psck of asthma pumpsin the valley ... the air quality levels were the worst in livermore.it's an extremely unhealthy level of air quality at this point. the eqi is from 0-100. purple is the highest stge and it's unhealthy. at red you should be wearing a mask. at purple you probably shoudnt be going outsidebob villano and his daughter alicia are being cautious.even if it doesn't do anything, jsut having it on for a peace of mind is better than nothing they noticed the air never eased up.when the sun was setting i said you can look right at it becasue theres so much haze it blocks out the hazards of the sunif you are breathing in the polluted air-- health officials urge that you contact your doctor if you have any of the following symptomsshortness of breath, eye irritation, skin irritation, chest pain, these are the sypmtoms oxygen isn't
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being delivered to the organs that need itstandupdoctors urge now is a great time to limit air exposure. also close windows ... and dont turn on any ventilation system that brings outside air in. reporting live from livermore ... ar ... kron 4 news. ( robin ) and as alicia just told us, when the air quality is in the red, we need to be wearing masks. but we've gotten questions from viewers about which masks are bests. so we spoke to brett singer... a scientist at berkeley lab.singer says, if you get a mask make sure it says "n-95" or "p-100" on it. and if possible, get one that has a plastic valve piece. singer also says, the most important thing you can do to battle the poor air quality is make your home a clean air environment and stay inside stay inside with the windows
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shut as much as you can. ( robin )for more information on air purifiers, masks, and tipsto combat the poor air quality ... just head over to kron 4 dot com. (robin) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... governor brown and other officials were in butte county wednesday, touring the damage and calling for unity. (robin) and then, we'll bring you the story of a police officer being called a hero after saving a new born. (robin) but first... it's not just people in need of shelter from the camp fire, but animals too.
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>> dr. stanley: remember this: cannot change the laws of god. when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and your faith in him. [music]checking in welcome bac
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checking in on your morning forecast. a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with
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further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. no major hot spots. bay 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. ( robin ) ( robin ) residents in butte county have lost so much to the flames of the camp fire. and losing a home is hard not only on people, but on
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our four - legged friends, too. kron 4's dan kerman looks at what one bay area animal shelter is doing to help pets affected by the fire. when fire victims lose their homes, so do their pets, that's why people have been stopping by north bay animal services in petaluma to donate pet supplies for victims of the camp firesot jayne myers/petaluma resident :10i made these throughout the summer its 115 and it happened to be perfect timing for the fire victimsthis woman brought kennels, crates, bowels, towels, and leashessot pam henry/santa rosa dog breeder :23we had our fire here last year it still brings back memories so i want to help anybody i canthis load will packed into these trailers and driven up to the northwest spca in oroville on sunday. it's the second round of donations since the fire broke out.natsthis little guy is a staff favoriteduring the last visit the petaluma shelter also picked up 19 cats and 12
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dogs that had been at the oroville spca prior to the fire sot mark scott/north bay animal services :53none of these are from the fire they were in their shelter to start withsusan and charlie adams fostered puppies during last year's tubbs fire. now they are doing it again until these 3 puppies are ready for adoption.sot susan & charlie adams/ fostering dogs 1:07its was really impactful for us last year and so we decided to do it again and its a small way to make a difference and who doesn't like playing with puppiesthe dogs range in age from 5 weeks to 2 years, the cats from 2 months to 2 years. standup dan kerman/petaluma 130-140if you'd like to donate something or adopt one of the dogs or this guy here, you can stop by the shelter, they are open tuesday through saturday from 1 to 6. there's also a big adoption event planned outside the petco in petaluma this saturday. in petaluma, dan kerman kron 4 news. ( robin ) students from san francisco's burton high school- academy of health sciences are taking a close-
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up look at what's floating around in our atmosphere.this science experiment was put together by their teacher who just so happened to be teaching about the respiratory system last week -when the camp fire erupted sending smoke --- polluting the bay area skies. the class left dishes smeared with vaseline outside over the three- day weekend....and now, they are using microscopes to count the trapped particulates...here's one example of what was captured. ( robin )the next step for the students is compiling the data they have collected..then they will present their findings after the thanksgiving (robin) still ahead on the kron four morning news... the latest on the continued search for at least 130 people still
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missing from the camp fire.
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welcome back to the kron four morning news. i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today... we've got the latest on a music legend who's not áquiteá retired. plus the sequels to one of the biggest movies, and dwayne johnson's return to the wrestling ring... sort of. david daniel explains in the hollywood minute. (singing) "when you're weary..."paul simon is weary of the road. the legendary 77- year-old singer-songwriter says he's finished with touring... but that doesn't mean he's retiring."i would like to, and i anticipate that i will perform again, after taking a break."(nat)news on the "avatar" sequels: director james cameron says he's completed principal photography with the main cast, which began more than a year ago. "avatar two" is due in theater in december of 20-
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20, with "avatar three" following a year later."i have no idea who i'm supposed to be out there.""you're not just doing this for you. you're doing it for the family."the first trailer just dropped for "fighting with my family," about the daughter of a wrestling-mad family who gets a shot at the big time. dwayne johnson, who knows a bit about the sport, produced and co-stars in the comedy, which is based on a true story and body-slams into theaters in february. in the squared circle in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (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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(robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast.
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a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. ( robin )the death toll
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continues to grow in the camp fire, the total is now at 56 and 130 people still missing officials.emergency officials. emergency federal ( robin )the death toll continues to grow in the camp fire, the total is now at 56 and 130 people still missing governor jerry brown toured the devastation in butte county wednesday... along with
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federal emergency officials. ( robin )u.s. interior secretary ryan zinke and the head of fema... joined governor brown wednesday as he announced an executive order to cut red tape and streamline recovery efforts in butte county.both zinke and brown sent a joint message, that now is not the time to point fingers at who is responsible for the camp-fire... refusing to comment on p-g&e's potential involement.instead, they focused on sending a unified message of support and help, as these seasoned officials were taken aback by the horror of the deadliest and most destructive fire in state history. ( robin )reacting to president trump's weekend tweet which did not acknowledge the victims but blamed california's fires on
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forestry mis-management, and included a threat to with-hold federal funds...secretary zinke said that the president is quote: "pledging his full support to california...noting that this is not just a state issue, it's not not a federal issue, this is an american issue of managing our forests. we all want healthy forests." ( robin ) one man thought he had put his fire fighting days behind him. but as the flames from the 'camp fire' closed in on his home in paradise .. a retired east contra costa fire captain jumped right back into action. kron 4's justine waldman has the story of how he saved his almost 90 year old neighbors life.. and the prized possession he lost to the flames. sot this was the worst in my career that i have dealt with retirement .. should not look like this....after 30 years as a fire captain in contra costa county, john foster and his wife moved from brentwood to paradise in july.but the camp fire destroyed their dreams.
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tree smoke nats "it's swirling."as the wall of smoke moved closer to his home in el dorado mobile estatesjohn knew even with his decades of fire fighting experience - he would not be able to save his own home.sot i knew that it was a fire to make history that was from years of going on strike teams and seeing the smoke i knew it was one to be reckon withcar smoke nats "we gotta go"john recorded a few videos has he evacuated...knowing nothing would ever be the same. fire nats "these were all homes here"while driving out, he says he saw his 89 year old neighbor standing outside her burning home...clutching her dog and praying.so he rescued her, putting her in his car.. likely saving her life.sot it is the only thing to do not because i am a fire fighter i would hope any human would do the same thinglost in the fire... a lifetime of belongings.including his most
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prized possession this hatchet, that belong to his late father who was also a fire fighter.not every item can be replaced, but he and his wife are alive, and really that is all that matters.sot the more deaths i see the more it doesn't matter about our homenats wow this is bringing me to tears what people are doingthe retirement life john and his wife planned for... will be different now.but it will still happen in paradise. sot it is the place that i want to be and i am not going to let a fire chase me outsu because they had just moved to paradise in july.the family did not have home insurance.a fundraising page is set up to help the retired fire captain and his wife get back on their feet.you can find that information on kron4.comi'm justine waldman kron 4 news. ( robin )the search for dozens of people who are still missing continues. fire crews have released a detailed list of at least 130 people who are missing. 56 people have been killed in butte county-- and more than 10,000 structures have burned to the
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ground. kron 4's j-r stone went to paradise -- a town that has been wiped out by the fire. (jr)still lots of damage out here. they have started towing cars but they have a long way to gosot everything is tough i'm just confused and scared... jessamy cartwright's home burned down and with her boyfriend at a hospital for an injury she is sleeping in a parking lot by herself. knowing that this is what's left of her home is not easy. sot don't want to go to evacuation center...need to mourn myself.hundreds of evacuees have set up tents near the walmart in chico. while all appears to be going well here some say it isn't going well for other evacuees in some areas.sot they stole my roommate's coolerbill brereton's roommate isn't the only one hurting.sot i lost a rental and the home i own...sad bill says the hardest part is knowing that everyone is going through the same thing.sot it's toughsot it's freezing out heresot it's helljessamy says she's doing her best and
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gaining inspiration from those helping.sot a ten year old gave me 40 dollars yesterday and i had to say thank you because he's just a kid(jr) still lots of work to be done...people want to go home...officials say it could take a very long time. (robin) (robin) coming up next on the
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kron 4 morning news ... an oakland police officer is being hailed as a hero after saving the life of a new born.
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( robin )he is being called a hero for saving the life of a new born child. an oakland police officer coming to the aid of a mother in need of
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help.the officer says he had to act fast.kron 4's haaziq maduyn explains what happened... (pkg)you are looking at body worn camera video of a life or death situation involving a infantnats/officer gregory palomo/oakland police department "flipped the baby over with the baby's head right here and then just gentle pats on the back"> oakland police officer gregory palomo is demonstrating how he used c-p-r to save the life of a new born child. it happened around 3:22pm tuesday. the baby's mother had just given birth in this vehicle parked outside a motel on 6th street. officer palomo was on patrol when received a call regarding a woman in need of medical assistancesotnicole friend is the oakland police dispatcher who answered the 9-1-1 callsot
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taken care of">sothe says it took less than a minute for the baby to revivesotnick patel he was working in the area when officer palomo arrivedsot officer palomo has been in uniform at opd for about 2 1/2 years. he says in this case he relied on his police officer training as well as his own personal instincts as a father sotjust another typical day in the life of an opd officer right?sotin oakland haaziq madyun kron4news (robin) coming up on the kron
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four morning news... the holiday season is almost here. but acording to a new study, a majority of people in the country want to stop an essential part of the holiday season. (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport.
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>> dr. stanley: remember this: cannot change the laws of god. when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and your faith in him. [music] (robin) welcome back.
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checking in on your morning forecast. a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool
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mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. 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 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. ( robin ) some major changes could be
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coming to toll plazas at the bay area's seven bridges. wednesday the bay area toll authority advanced a plan that would remove all cash toll plazas. transportation officials say some of the benefits of cash free tolls would be: improved traffic flow at the plazas, reduce emissions, and protecting toll workers. as for the bay bridge... that would be the last of the seven bridges to have it's toll plaza come down because of the volume of traffic.. there are also hundreds of toll takers that would be need to be retrained... while this change is not a done deal, the metropolitan transportation commission says it's clearly the way of the future.
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has to give it's green light before this becomes a reality... ( robin ) 4 your money this morning... the kids may not want to hear this one... but according to a recent study -- most people want to stop giving gifts over the holiday season. but before you throw your list of presents out the window -- listen up. there are some stipulations. mary moloney explains. as the holiday shopping season kicks into high gear -- a suntrust study shows many people would rather skip the gifts.brian nelson ford/financial well-being executive, suntrust: almost 7 out of 10 people would give up giving gifts or exchanging gifts this holiday season, if they're friends and family agree to it. and what the survey also found is 43 percent of people, they feel pressured to over spend maybe even beyond what they can. instead -- 60 percent of the more than 2000 surveyed online
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say they would rather spend time with friends and family. brian nelson ford/financial well-being executive, suntrust: the majority of americans would give up gifts for gatherings, which is nice. if you do decide to shop -- brian nelson ford/financial well-being executive, suntrust: we recommend maybe going a little bit old school. so identifying that budget and that limit. maybe pulling out cash and then realizing that when that cash is gone, it's time to slow things down. or if you like to shop online, it's kind of setting that limit, and maybe looking at using your debit card just to avoid overspending.and perhaps have a conversation with your loved ones.it may save you some financial stress -- while making the holidays more meaningful.brian nelson ford/financial well-being executive, suntrust: i think we need to remove this burden from ourselves to spend all this money on gifts and realize that this survey really shows that our friends and family are thinking the same thing. it's really about the time that we spend with them as opposed to just the gifts that we are giving.for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. ( robin ) ( robin ) amazon announced that it will open one of its new headquarters --- called "h-q 2" in long island. but not everyone there is thrilled about the decision. local leaders and residents gathered
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wednesday to call on amazon to invest in infrastructure, the subway system and affordable housing.they're also angry about the financial incentives given to amazon.amazon is saying the new headquarters will bring 25 thousand new jobs to the area.and promise to bring in new green spaces to the area. ( robin ) flying the friendly skies might be a little crowded for the next couple of weeks. this is expected to be the busiest thanksgiving ever for air travel. the lobbying group-- airlines for america-- projects a record 30-point-six million passengers will take flight during the 12-day thanksgiving air travel period. that's more than a million and a half more people estimated to fly this year than the same time last year. the thanksgiving period starts friday, november 16th and runs through tuesday, november 27th. the busiest day is expected to be the sunday after thanksgiving-- november 25th. due to the expected increase - airlines
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are adding thousands of seats to flights to accommodate last minute travelers. (robin) coming up on the kron four morning news... a young woman at harvard is breaking down barriers at one of the school's oldest institutions. (robin) and here's a live look outside...from the sutro cam. (ácommercialá) (robin)
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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. ( robin ) for the first ( robin ) for the first time in its
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almost 150 year history, the harvard university student newspaper will have a black woman at its helm. kristine (ágee-yomá )guillaume will join the likes of john f kennedy and franklin roosevelt as editors of the "harvard crimson." she says with race being such a key part of someone's identity, it's important to recognize when barriers like this are knocked down. but added that she thinks it shouldn't have taken this long to happen. now she's ready to get started and hopes she can inspire students across campus to break down more barriers.
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of belonging then my hard work will have been worth it and will continue to be worth it during my tenure and beyond that."> her term as president of the crimson begins in january. ( robin ) coming up on the kron4 morning news... we'll have the very latest on the camp fire as we mark one week since it first broke out. ( robin ) and we'll have live reports from across the bay area on the poor air quality as more and more schools decide to close in an attempt to keep students safe and healthy.
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darya folsom..( james ) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic...
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a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with
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morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) our top story this morning is our continuing coverage of the deadly camp fire burning in butte county. the death toll has risen this morning to 56 people. there are still 130 people missing. officials have
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released a list of 103 have released a list of 103 names of those missing. more than 10-thousand structures have been destroyed with over 8-thousand of those being homes. the camp fire has burned more than 138-thousand arces and is 35-percent contained. there are more then 56-hundred firefighters fighting the ( james ) u-s interior secretary ryan zinke and the head of fema... joined jerry brown as the governor announced an executive order to cut red tape and streamline recovery efforts in butte county. both zinke and brown sending a joint message that now is not the time to point fingers at who is responsible for the camp- fire... refusing to comment on p-g&e's potential culpability. instead yesterday was about sending a unified message of support and help... as officials were shocked by the horror of the deadliest and most destructive fire in state history.
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interior"this is my fourth trip to california. unfortunately every trip this year has been forest fires and each trip i say this is the worst fire i've seen. and now we're here today and this is the worst fire i have seen." governor jerry brown(d) california"this is so devastating that i don't really have the words to describe it. it looks like a war zone. it is. it's the devastation that only fires of this kind can bring about.">( james ) reacting to president trump's weekend tweet which blamed california's fires on forestry mis-management, and included a threat to with-hold federal funds... secretary zinke said that mister trump is quote: "pledging his full support to california...noting that this is not just a state issue, it's not not a federal issue, this is an american issue of managing our forests. we all want healthy forests." ( darya ) as we've reported... 52-thousand people evacuated from there homes because of the camp fire... and now we are learning that there is a norovirus outbreak at one of the
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evacuation centers. health officials confirm that the oubreak happened at the neighborhood church in chico. they say norovirus is highly contagious and it spreads quickly when people are in close quarters.
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the evacuation centers that have opened up.. others are choosing to stay in their cars and in tents. jessamy cartwright is living out of her car after her home burned down. she says her boyfriend is in the hospital for an injury... and being by herself is hard and shes confused about what will happen. but she says she doesn't want to go to an evacuation center.
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american red cross is accepting donations. you can check kron 4.com for details.. ( darya ) six people have been arrested on suspicion of looting homes that people evacuated in butte county. the sheriff's office says deputies found two men hiding inside home in the town of paradise with a handgun and drugs monday. deputies also found an atv, an ar-15 rifle and tools the men are suspected of stealing. two other men were arrested tuesday with a laptop computer that allegedly didn't belong to them. a few hours later, two more people were arrested after they were spotted in a motorhome reported stolen in the neighboring town of magalia. ( james ) lets get to our team coverage of the air quality around the bay area.. as condtions in the east bay
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remain unhealthy. ( darya ) kron 4's will tran in live in berkeley with a look at conditions there. will? while many universities in the bay area have told their students stay home because of bad air quality... uc berkeley will have classes today the school decided last night not to cancel classes like some other universities saying the air quality is definitely not good but not to the level where it calls for cancelling classeshowever they are advising students who donhave respiratory problems to stay at home or try to limit their time outside as much as possiblethey have also told their professors to be aware that some students might be late because of the air quality situation
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while many universities in the bay area have told their students stay home because of bad air quality... uc berkeley will have classes today the school decided last night not to cancel classes like some other universities saying the air quality is definitely not good but not to the level where it calls for cancelling classeshowever they are advising students who donhave respiratory problems to stay at home or try to limit their time outside as much as possiblethey have also told their professors to be aware that some students might be late because of the air quality situation
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situation of the air quality situation
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a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving.
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( darya ) ( darya ) students from san francisco'burton high school- academy of health sciences are taking a close- up look at what's floating around in our atmosphere. the science experiment was put together by their teacher. the class left petri dishes smeared with vaseline outside over the three- day weekend.... and now they are using microscopes to count the trapped particulates. here's one example of what was captured.
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( james )still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... 2 men plead guilty after forcing a woman inside the trunk of a car... and demanding that she become a prosititue. ( james ) plus... the search continues for a man who went missing during a 49ers game at levis stadium. ( james )and after the break... we're hearing calls placed to 911... from victims of the deadly camp fire.
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lets get back to our team coverage of the unhealthy air quality around the bay area. ( james ) kron 4's yoli aceves is live in san jose with the latest on the conditions... yoli? ( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a morning
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news.kron 4 back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the
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forecast.
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a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving.
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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. ( darya ) today marks one week since the camp fire erupted in butte county. and we are learning more about the heroism of first responders who moved quickly to save lives in the early hours of the fire.( james ) kron 4's charles clifford has fire dispatch audio .... from the first day of the fire.
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( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... the county music association honors the 12-victims of the southern california mass shooting. ( james ) the victims of
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the deadly mass shooting in thousand oaks were honored last night at the country music awards. country legend garth brooks paid them tribute at the ceremony in nashville.
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in a moment of silence."> the funerals for the 12 vcitms started last nght. today a service will be held for ventura county sheriff sergeant ron helus. 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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a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime
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highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving.thanksgiving. no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) a big story this morning is our continuing coverage of the deadly camp fire burning in butte county. the death toll has risen this morning to 56 people. there are still 130 people missing. officials have released a list of 103 names of those missing. more than 10-thousand structures have been destroyed with over 8-thousand of those being homes. the camp fire has burned more than 138-thousand arces and is 35-percent contained. there are more then 56-hundred firefighters fighting the fire. ( darya ) back to our team coverage
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of the unhealthy air across the bay area. several colleges have cancelled classes today and tomorrow due to the air quality. ( james )( james ) kron 4's sara stinson is live on treasure island with a look at how the conditions are this morning... sara?
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a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. ( james ) in the south ( james )
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thanksgiving.week ahead of air quality next further improving weekend with clear into the skies will begin to 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. ( james ) in the south bay... santa clara police are searching for a man who went missing during the 49ers game monday night. 32 year old ian powers has not been seen since he went to the bathroom during the fourth quarter according to his girl friend. santa clara police spent yesterday searching for powers in parking lots... a nearby golf course... waterways and other areas around levi's stadium. cell phone activity suggest powers' last known location was near great america parkway and tasman drive.
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we are just really baffled at this point and are very concerned for his well being...">( james ) powers' girlfriend says there was nothing to suggest he was upset. and so far police say there is nothing indicating powers was in any kind of trouble. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... an oakland police offier is being hailed a hero after saving the life of a new born. a cool and smoky finish to the
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week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with
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further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. ( james )coming up... a new bart rail could be on the way for commuters. we explain after the break. [ refrigerator clanking ] [ refrigerator knocking ] the moment you realize your fridge is trying to tell you something. at lowe's we sell more appliances than anyone else so we can help you pick the right one. darya )( robin ) checking
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bay area roads before you head out the door..
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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 a cool and smoky finish to the a cool and smoky finish to the
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week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving.
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( james ) an oakland ( james ) an oakland an oakland officer going
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above and beyond to save the life of a new born. ( darya ) kron 4's haaziq maduyn explains how the officer came to the aid of the mother in need of help. (pkg)you are looking at body worn camera video of a life or death situation involving a infantnats/officer gregory palomo/oakland police department "flipped the baby over with the baby's head right here and then just gentle pats on the back"> oakland police officer gregory palomo is demonstrating how he used c-p-r to save the life of a new born child. it happened
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around 3:22pm tuesday. the baby's mother had just given birth in this vehicle parked outside a motel on 6th street. officer palomo was on patrol when received a call regarding a woman in need of medical assistancesotnicole friend is the oakland police dispatcher who answered the 9-1-1 callsot sothe says it took less than a minute for the baby to revivesotnick patel he was working in the area when officer palomo arrivedsot officer palomo has been in uniform at opd for about 2 1/2 years. he says in this case he relied on his police officer training as well as his own personal instincts as a father sot
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palomo/oakland police department: "all i could think was, i am a father of two myself and i could just think, i gotta get that baby breathing. couldn't imagine a parent losing a child at birth">just another typical day in the life of an opd officer right?sotin oakland haaziq madyun kron4news kron4news ( james ) bart is in the early stages of creating a second transbay tube... but they say it might not be a tube and the planners are calling it a second transbay rail crossing. today at the bart board meeting... directors will discuss what benfits a second tube or rail crossing would bring. ( james ) two men pleaded guilty in court wednesday to human trafficking and kidnapping charges. back in 20-16... earl prince and anthony taylor forced a woman
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inside the trunk of their car... as she was leaving beauty bar on mission street. one of the men told the her if she wanted to be let go... she either had to pay 15-hundred dollars... or become a prostitue. both suspects and the victim later arrived at a motel 6 in oakland... where she was given money to go inside and book a room under her name. she went in... and told the front desk agent to call the police once she was inside. police came and arrested both men. 32-year-old prince will be sentenced to 20-years in state prison. 24-year-old taylor will face 8-years. ( james ) happening today... students, teachers, staff, and parents will vote on the new name of "haight elementary school". community members will vote on a proposal to change the name to "love elementary school". the effort to rename the school started last year when it was revealed that former california governor henry huntly haight had white supremacist views. ( james ) police in concord are warning people to
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stay alert... after a string of purse snatchings... sometimes from people sitting in their cars. police say shopping centers are a particular target of thieves... especially around this time of year. the most recent incident happened tuesday. police say the purse snatchers look for women who are alone... and once they grab the purse they flee into getaway cars which have paper license plates. the incidents also tend to happen between the hours of one and five in the afternoon. ( james ) coming up at 6 o'clock ... the dirty cheap shot. the punishment the aggresive college basketball player is now facing. is it enough?
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(áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) (áábreakáá) a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend.
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daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) coming up in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news... we'll have the very latest on the camp fire as we mark one week since it first broke out. ( darya ) and we'll have live reports from across the bay area on the poor air quality as more and more schools decide to close in an
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(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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finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with
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further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. 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 ) our top story this morning is our continuing coverage of the deadly camp fire burning in butte county. the death toll has risen this morning to 56 people. there are still 130 people missing. officials have
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released a list of 103 names of those missing. more than 10-thousand structures have been destroyed with over 8-thousand of those being homes. the camp fire has burned more than 138-thousand arces and is 35-percent contained. there are more then 56-hundred firefighters fighting the fire. ( james ) lets get to our team coverage of the air quality around the bay area.. as condtions in the east bay remain unhealthy. ( darya ) kron 4's will tran in live in berkeley with a look at conditions there. will? while many universities in the bay area have told their
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students stay home because of bad air quality... uc berkeley will have classes today the school decided last night not to cancel classes like some other universities saying the air quality is definitely not good but not to the level where it calls for cancelling classeshowever they are advising students who donhave respiratory problems to stay at home or try to limit their time outside as much as possiblethey have also told their professors to be aware that some students might be late because of the air quality situation
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thanks will. ( darya ) students from san francisco's burton high school- academy of health sciences are taking a close- up look at what's floating around in our atmosphere.( james ) the science experiment was put together by their teacher. the class left petri dishes smeared with vaseline outside over the
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three- day weekend.... and now they are using microscopes to count the trapped particulates. the next step for the students is compiling the data they have collected.. then they will present their findings after the thanksgiving break. ( darya ) due to the bad air quality multiple schools announced they will be closed. san jose state university is closed today and tomorrow. san francisco state university is closed until saturday. and cal state east bay campuses will be closed today... officials say they will monitoring conditions tomorrow ( james ) now lets turn to john now lets turn to john schrable with a
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closer look at the a quality conditions this morning. a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with
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further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving.
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( james ) california governor jerry brown has signed executive order to cut red tape and streamline recovery efforts in butte county. u-s interior secretary ryan zinke joined governor brown in sending a joint message that now is not the time to point fingers at who is responsible for the camp-fire... refusing to comment on p-g&e's potential culpability. instead yesterday was about sending a unified message of support and help... as officials were shocked by the horror of the deadliest and most destructive fire in state history.
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devastating that i don't really have the words to describe it. it looks like a war zone. it is. it's the devastation that only fires of this kind can bring about.">( james ) federal officials are pledging to make sure butte county gets the money it needs to deal with this disaster. ( darya ) as we've reported 52-thousand people evacuated from there homes because of the camp fire... and now we are learning that there is a norovirus outbreak at one of the evacuation centers. health officials confirm that the oubreak happened at the neighborhood church in chico. they say norovirus is highly contagious and it spreads quickly when people are in close quarters. ( darya ) officials say about a
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dozen people got sick. they did bleach and clean the evacuation monitoring all ( darya ) the north bay animal services is doing its part for some of the four legged fire victims. yesterday people were stopping by the north bay animal services facility in petaluma... to donate a wide range of supplies for pet owners impacted by the camp fire. one quilter even made more than 100 pet beds. the donations will be packed into these trailers and driven up to the northwest s-p- c-a in oroville on sunday. some people are also offering to foster pets until they're ready for adoption.
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if you want to donate any supplies to the shelter or even adopt an animal.. the shelter is open 1-and-6 tuesday through saturday and this weekend an adoption event is happening at the petaluma petco. ( james ) kron4 and our parent company-- nexstar media group... have partnered to help the fire victims in butte county. if you would like to help those affected by the 'camp fire'... the american red cross is accepting donations. you can check kron 4.com for details.. ( james ) in southern california firefighters are continuing to battle the woolsey fire. officials say a third body was found at a burned home in agoura hills.. but they have not said whether the death was connected to the fire. the woolsey fire has burned more than 98-thousand acres but containment has grown to 52-percent. the fire has
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destroyed an estimated 504 structures. yesterday officials lifted parts of the evacuation orders for residents in malibu and calabasas. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. this is not a bed.
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our team coverage of the unhealthy air quality around the bay area. ( james ) kron 4's yoli aceves is live in san jose with the latest on the conditions... yoli? while many universities in the bay area have told their students stay home because of bad air quality... uc berkeley will have classes today the school decided last night not to cancel classes like some
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other universities saying the air quality is definitely not good but not to the level where it calls for cancelling classeshowever they are advising students who donhave respiratory problems to stay at home or try to limit their time outside as much as possiblethey have also told their professors to be aware that some students might be late because of the air quality situation
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(darya)(james)( john ) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic this morning.
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a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with
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further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving.
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) back to our big story on the camp fire. a retired east bay firefighter ... jumped back into action as the flames closed in on his home in paradise.( darya ) kron 4's justine waldman has the story of how he saved his neighbors life sot this was the worst in my career that i have dealt with retirement .. should not look like this....after 30 years as a fire captain in contra costa county, john foster and his wife moved from brentwood to paradisen july.but the camp fire destroyed their dreams. tree smoke nats "it's swirling."as the wall of smoke moved closer to his home in el dorado mobile estatesjohn knew
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even with his decades of fire fighting experience - he would not be able to save his own home.sot i knew that it was a fire to make history that was from years of going on strike teams and seeing the smoke i knew it was one to be reckon withcar smoke nats "we gotta go"john recorded a few videos has he evacuated...knowing nothing would ever be the same. fire nats "these were all homes here"while driving out, he says he saw his 89 year old neighbor standing outside her burning home...clutching her dog and praying.so he rescued her, putting her in his car.. likely saving her life.sot it is the only thing to do not because i am a fire fighter i would hope any human would do the same thinglost in the fire... a lifetime of belongings.including his most prized possession this hatchet, that belong to his late father who was also a fire fighter.not every item can be replaced, but he and his wife are alive, and really that is all that matters.sot the more deaths i see the more it doesn't matter about our homenats wow this is bringing me to tears what people are doingthe retirement life john and his wife planned for... will be different now.but it will still happen in paradise. sot it is the place that i
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want to be and i am not going to let a fire chase me outsu because they had just moved to paradise in july.the family did not have home insurance.a fundraising page is set up to help the retired fire captain and his wife get back on their feet.you can find that information on kron4.comi'm justine waldman kron 4 news. ( james ) coming up ... the dirty cheap shot. the punishment the aggresive college basketball player is now facing. is it enough? (ácommercialá) a cool and smoky finish to the
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week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. (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.
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richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( darya )(ááá2shotááá) a division three college basketball player has been booted from his team and campus ... after what many are calling the dirtest cheap shot ever.( james ) it happened tuesday in massachusetts.take a look. fitchburg state guard kewan platt threw an elbow in the face of opposing player from nicholls college, nate tenaglia. the intentional hit happened right after tenaglia hit a three pointer.he continued to play after taking the blow. the agressor ... kewan platt .... has been indefinitely suspended from the team and is barred from campus. tenaglia's team ended up winning the game. criminal chanrges could be filed against the player.
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coming up... unhealthy air conditions continue across the bay area. i have the details in a live report. you know when you're at ross and you find a deal on cookware that makes you say. yes! ...oh, yeah! bring on the holidays! that's yes for less. everything you need to prep, cook and serve up the season. it feels even better when you find it for less-at ross. yes for less.
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will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows 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
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from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( james ) a big story this morning is our continuing coverage of the deadly camp fire burning in butte county. the death toll has risen this morning to 56 people. there are still 130 people missing. officials have released a list of 103 names of those missing. more than 10-thousand structures have been destroyed destroyed with over 8-thousand of those being homes. the camp fire has burned more than 138- thousand arces and is 35- percent contained. there are more then 56-hundred
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firefighters fighting the fire. ( darya ) back to our team coverage of the unhealthair across the bay area. several colleges have cancelled classes today and tomorrow due to the air quality. ( james ) kron 4's sara stinson is live on treasure island with a look at how the conditions are this morning... sara? while many universities in the bay area have told their students stay home because of bad air quality... uc berkeley will have classes today the school decided last night not to cancel classes like some other universities saying the air quality is definitely not good but not to the level where it calls for cancelling classeshowever they are advising students who donhave
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respiratory problems to stay at home or try to limit their time outside as much as possiblethey have also told their professors to be aware that some students might be late because of the air quality situation
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thanks sara. ( darya ) many viewers have questions about which masks are best. so we spoke to brett singer ... a scientist at berkeley lab. singer says, if you get a mask make sure it says "n-95" or "p-100" on it. singer also says, the most important thing you can do to battle the poor air quality is make your home a clean air environment and stay inside stay inside with the windows shut as much as you can.
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expert in air quality / investigator and staff scientist / berkeley lab / berkeley "all modern furnaces will ahve a fan only or circulate mode. that's enough to clean your whole hosue. somewhere along the way there is a filter. putting a good filter in place is really helpful."> ( darya ) for more information on air purifiers, masks, and tips to combat the poor air quality ... just head over to kron 4 dot com. a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will a cool and smoky finish to the a cool and smoky a cool and
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smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. ( james )still ahead on ( james )
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thanksgiving. ( james )still ahead on the kron4 morning news... a new plan is underway that could help you breeze across bay area's bridges... without stopping at the toll. we explain after the break. ( james )coming up... a new bart rail could be on the way for commuters. we explain after the break. ( james ) plus... the search continues for a man who went missing during a 49ers game at levis stadium. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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(robin) no major hot spots. accident wb 80 at carlson 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. 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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( james ) in the south bay... santa clara police are continuing their search for a man who went missing during the 49ers game monday night. 32 year old ian powers has not been seen since he went to the bathroom during the fourth quarter according to his girl friend. santa clara police spent yesterday searching for powers in parking lots... a nearby golf course... waterways and other areas around levi's stadium. cell phone activity suggest powers' last known location was near great america parkway and tasman drive. so far police say there is nothing indicating powers was in any kind of trouble. ( james ) coming up at 7 o'clock ... netflix is testing a plan to provide cheaper service. we'll have that story in the next hour. (james)(darya) welcome
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back. lets get a check of weather and traffic... a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying some haze as we push into the weekend. daytime highs will remain cool mostly in the 60's with just a
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few 70's and with morning lows falling into the 30's and 40's. skies will
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begin to clear into the weekend with further improving air quality next week ahead of thanksgiving. no major hot in richomnd wb 80 at carlson
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blocks the right lane. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) some major changes could be on the way to the bay bridge toll plaza ... the bay area toll authority oversight committee is considering going cash free. ( darya ) it would be
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similiar to how the golden gate bridge is operating right now. kron four's terisa estacio has more. options, and came back with open road tolling that would be no one there... just fast track. goodwin says some of the benefits of going for open tolls would be to improve traffic flow at the plazas, reduce emissions, and protect toll workers... take a look at this, a while ago, there was a rash of robbed at the carquinez bridge. for that reason, and due to space concerns and congestion, the carquinez bridge coudl be the first to see its toll plaza come down. goodwin. it is similiar in size to the golden gate... so we have some experience with that size.
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(terisa live) as for the bay bridge... that would be the last of the 7 bridges to have it's toll plaza come down, bc of the volume of traffic here.. there are hundreds of toll takers, goodwin says they plan to work with caltrains to figure out how they could be retrained... of course this is not a done deal... the mtc has to give it's green light before this becomes a reality, terisa estacio ( james ) ( james ) bart is in the early
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stages of creating a second way for riders to cross the bay. it could be tube... or it might not be. planners are simply calling it a "second transbay rail crossing." we should know more we should know more
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later today after bart's board of directors meet to talk more about this new plan. ( james ) we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look outside... embarcadero.
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who knows you well enough to understand what your wealth is really for. a cool and smoky finish to the week. skies will continue to be seen carrying
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( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is ( james ) coming up in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news... we'll have the very latest on the camp fire as we mark one week since it first broke out. ( james ) and we'll have live reports from across the bay area on the poor air quality as more and more schools decide to close in an attempt to keep students safe and healthy. (ácommercialá)
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conditions then they have over the last day or so. ( james ) good mornign and thanks for joining us. i'm james fletcher.( darya ) and i'm darya folsom. this morning fires continue to burn out of control all across the state. and the death toll continues to rise. 56 people have now died in the camp fire burning in butte county.( james ) this morning we have team coverage with everything you need to know. we are tracking the impact of the smoke with crews spread across the bay area and john shrable in the weather center.( darya ) but first we want to go live to omar jimenez who is live in los angeles county.. with the latest on all of theires burning across the state. omar? as firefighters take control of the woolsey and camp fires in california... many people remain missingsergeant steve collins/ butte county sheriff's investigations: "there are a lot of people that want some answers. they

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