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( marty )good morning im marty gonzales. right now you're looking sutro tower camera in san francisco. you can see just how thick the smoke is this morning. ( marty )(take scando)poor air quality in the bay area continues. some locations in the bay area have very unhealthy air quality, as smoke from the camp fire continues to linger. right now san francisco is ranked as having the worst air quality in the world. ( marty )i'm here is dave spahr to give us a check on conditions.
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(dave)widespread smoke and haze at times combining with coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has weakened and troughing is already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week.
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( marty )the camp fire continues to burn in butte county, and smoke from the fire is still making for unhealthy air, 200 miles away in the bay area. this morning we are learning eight more lives were lost... and more structures are gone. the total number of fatalities is up to 71.... and one-thousand-eleven people are missing. overall, the fire has destroyed more than 12- thousand buildings. the fire has scorched 146-thousand
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acres... and is 50 percent contained this morning. ( marty )happening today.... president trump is travelling to california to meet with some of those affected by the wildfires. he will be in butte county,and in southern california, meeting with fire victims, first responders and getting a first hand look at the damage. state lawmakers say, they are surprised but happy to learn of his visit. especially after his tweet last week.. saying there was no reason for the massive and deadly wildfires in the state. bay area congresswoman jackie speier is hopeful about the president's visit. ( marty ) governor brown and governor- elect gavin newsom will also join the president during his visit. senator kamala harris will tour the area on ( marty ) there are mixed
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feelings about the president's scheduled visit today. this comes as fema set up a disaster center in the fire zone. kron4's gayle ong talked to fire victims in chico... to get their thoughts on the presidents visit. one week and a day later,butte county residents have gone from crisis mode to recovery modebill and sandy hughes escaped the camp fire raging through paradise..and lost everything.they are one of the many residents here at this new recovery center,put up by fema.it is a one stop shop providing resources needed to recover and rebuild.opens just one day before president trump is scheduled to tour the devastation to meet with first responders and victims. you drive up and down the road in paradise,you see homes burned to the ground.the air is thick with soot and ash. crews still combing through the rubble - looking for human remains.back in chico, residents waiting,hoping for answers as they look to the future.kenneth juhl (jewel) has a home in magalia and has no idea what he'll come back to, but is looking forward to
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president trump's visit. std and sadly the list has grown of those who are unaccounted for. it now stands at over 1-thousand people. crews have spent more than a week searching for those listed as missing. the
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sheriff's office has a chart of the names listed. more resources are opening up, such as this fema disaster center in chico. victims say, this center serves as another resource for family and friends to connect. one woman drove across the country to try to find her mother. ( marty )deputies admit that some people are not seeing their missing family members on the sheriff's office list. officials acknowledge, it takes time for them to update the list ... because they are receiving so many calls. the entire sheriff's list of the missing is posted on our website - kron four -dot com. ( marty ) kron 4 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
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accepting donations. you can check kron 4.com for ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... bay area emergency rooms are slammed with patients due to.. wildfires and unhealthy air conditions. we talk to doctors on what you can do to protect yourself. ( marty )plus... a community is mourning after two people, helping fire victims, including a bay area volunteer pilot,.. , die in a fatal plane crash. ( marty )and... we take a look at some of the ways people are protecting themselves from the bad air quality. bad air quality. (ácommercialá) aggressive yellow. bad air quality. (ácommercialá) pretty great, huh? if you're a banana. i find it very...appealing. new kellogg's raisin bran with bananas. two scoops meet real banana slices.
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the unhealthy air continues to plague the bay area. kron 4's justine waldman shows us how some people in san francisco are handling the horrible air quality. the golden gate bridge blocked by smoke.same with the view of alcatraz.and the san francisco skyline covered up... as seen from a drive across the bay bridge.what's easy to see... people wearing masks to protect themselves from the the unhealthy air.sot
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yesterday i was light headed my eyes itching and irritating and i could taste it in my throat and it is a lot better today so i feel like this is helping somehow yeahbeing outside ... not that pleasant today.putting up christmas decorations were put on pause. construction work went on as planned... the crews covered their faces too.but a few businesses shut down, so people could skip town.sot everybody is trying to get out of it, our work is closed down for the most partno kids found playing at this park.instead ..strolling the isles of air filtered grocery stores..nats look at that papa!being inside at the movies, bowling alleys and shops... got people away from the bad air.lots of available seats at outdoor restaurants.this food delivery driver told kron 4 news before he scooted off..he's been busy because people do not want to go outside.sot def is a factor the inconvenience of being stuck inside or wearing a masks... really not that bad. when you think of áwhy the air is so thick with smoke.sot i feel terrible for the people losing homes so it is the least thing i should be complaining about
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( dave ) ♪
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♪ look at the embarcadero this morning.
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toss to weather. (dave)widespread smoke and haze at times combining with coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has weakened and troughing is already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week.
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( marty ) ( marty ) just about every town and
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city in the bay area is affected by the poor air quality kron 4's dan thorn reports - the smokey air in the bay area is getting worse in some cases. the poor air quality in the bay area is show here on this map of purples and reds..the darker the colors..the worse the air is..in concord, the air quality has gone up to- -249--meaning it's very
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unhealthy..sot: it's gotten worse and worse, past couple days definitely today is the worst it feels likethe numbers come as no surprise to concord resident christina beardsley who's son mason has been suffering.sot: the smoke is just a real issue for people, especially for people and children who have asthma like my son..sot: what's it been like for you. it's been really hard i wouldn't be able, i can't go outside unless i have this on..air quality officials say you can help by following the spare the air alert currently in effect..sot: we have a winter spare the air alert in effect that bans woodburning it's incredibly important that people do not burn wood right now and add to already polluted air.. officials say you need to continue to limit your time outdoors..sot: right now it's most important that they protect their health. ( marty )that was dan thorn reporting. air quality officials say that wildfire smoke is unpredictable... but they expect some improvement soon. ( marty ) the city of alameda handed out roughly 45-
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hundred protective masks friday. they were handed out at the senior center. it was part of an effort to protect people from the smoke from the camp fire. it was so busy, that the center ran out of masks for a time. but then a third shipment arrived for those waiting in line. ( marty ) the fire department placed another order and they're hoping the masks will arrive today.. ( marty ) all of this bad air is affecting the health of many people in the bay area.. kron four's terisa estacio reports from an east bay emergency room. i am here in berkeley at sutter healths alta bates summitt medical center. - you can see behind me the long line of ambulances... (not all are here with patients experiencing respiratory problems due to the smoke...
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but a doctor did tell me that they are certainly seeing an uptick in patients... dr. jeff chen, emergency room physican, sutter health's alta bates summitt. it is bad, we are seeing more patients... the patients most vulnerable children and older people. people should not be outside today... do not exercise outside, it is not good at all for you. hopefuly it will get better soon. here in berkeley, terisa estacio kron four news ### ( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty )( marty ) still ahead this morning,
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the unhealthy air has postponed the big game. we'll have what you need to know if you bought tickets to the annual matchup between cal and stanford. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) ♪ welcome to monowi, nebraska,
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the next chapter of the big game will have to wait. the annual matchup between cal and stanford not being played tomorrow due to the poor air quality. the 121st-edition
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of the classic matchup will now take place saturday december 1st in berkeley. if you have tickets for the game, they will be honored on that later date. this is one of many schedule changes... cal basketball's game was cancelled last night, no stanford basketball games through this weekend, and, tonight's usf men's hoops matchup against arizona state was also called off. and the conditions forced the re- location of raiders practice once again. this is a look at the team earlier this week...as cameras weren't allowed at their alternate indoor facility. raiders...heading to arizona this weekend facing the 2- and-7 cardinals...a showdown with draft positioning in play. derek carr...will be running an offense that has some new names at receiver since jordy nelson and martavis bryant are both out due to injury. -- gruden on
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the team's change in preparation. "we're practicing in an indoor, it's kind of like a soccerit's like an indoor ice rink that was transferred into a soccer field. we didn't have much room to get the splits and get the routes. we're not going to make any excuses. we're not the only people dealing with adversity right now.' three keys for the raiders this sunday in arizona... first off, get derek carr going... no touchdowns in the last two weeks. also, it's an opportunity to find new playmakers with receiver injuries. finally, the defense is last in sacks...go after josh rosen your mercedes-benz keys to the game. after last night's 20- point loss in houston, steve kerr summed up the state of the team perfectly... it's hurt physically and it's hurt physically and spiritually. and considering what new details have surfaced in the draymond green-kevin durant saga, it would be understandabl e if it took a while for the champs to look back to normal. many have been wondering what exactly was said in their argument. following the houston game, chris haynes of yahoo sports released a report
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saying that, sources told him it got ugly... in addition to green calling kd an explitive multiple times, he reportedly said something to the effect of-- 'we don't need you. we won without you. leave.' green has since said that he and durant have talked and are moving forward. despite the emotions having an impact on their loss, green says there's no reason to flip out. we are not panicking or think that we are not a great team. we are still the best team in the league. we gonna win more games, a bunch of games and go win another championship and we'll be fine." warriors back to work tomorrow against the mavericks, draymond will not play because of injury. --until then, we're giving some love to the g-league. santa cruz warriors hosting the south bay lakers --back and forth down the stretch... here's where the sea-dubs started pulling away. juan toscano anderson...the steal and finish. he finished with a double-double --then, kendrick nunn... backdoor slash to the rack. 97-91 your final...and santa cruz moves to 6-and-0 ( marty ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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san francisco. you can see just how thick the smoke is this morning. ( marty )(take scando)poor air quality in the bay area continues. right now san francisco's air quality is ranked as ávery unhealthyá as smoke continues to linger in the bay area from the camp fire.
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( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)widespread smoke and haze at times combining with coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has weakened and troughing is already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week.
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( marty )as we continue to monitor the fire in butte county --- we have spokesperson for cal fire...bill murphy.. on the phone to give us the latest on the camp fire. good morning bill. ( marty ) people ( marty ) people across the bay area are being encouraged to stay inside. friday, san francisco mayor london breed along with top city officials urged everyone to stay inside as much as possible. and to check on those most vulnerable. san francisco officials say they have not seen any significant increase in 911 calls, or e-r visits since the
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unhealthy air, turned to very unhealthy air... but they are taking steps to keep the public safe.safe. morning bill. good camp fire. good morning bill. morning bill. good morning bill.
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( marty ) people across the bay area are being encouraged to stay inside.
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friday, san francisco mayor london breed along with top city officials urged everyone to stay inside as much as possible. and to check on those most vulnerable. san francisco officials say they have not seen any significant increase in 911 calls, or e-r visits since the unhealthy air, turned to very unhealthy air... but they are taking steps to keep the public ( marty ) mayor breed is encouraging people to stay indoors through the weekend. ( marty )coming up... another fire breaks out.. and this one in a steep hillside in the santa cruz mountains. an update - next.
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a brush fire destroyed a home and threatened others on a narrow mountain road outside of boulder creek. the fire started just after eleven friday morning.. near a log cabin on mayfield road. it grew to roughly 10-acres before firefighters brought it under control. there was plenty of support from the air as helicopters and tankers dropped retardant. residents in the area say it was a close call. ( marty ) the fire was burning quickly, but luckily, there was little or no wind to fan the flames. hand crews put out some hot spots. no word on what caused the fire. no one was injured. still ahead this morning...a close call for a mom and her newborn who narrowly escaped the camp fire.
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( marty ) live look outside...sutro tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)widespread smoke and haze at times combining with coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has
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weakened and troughing is already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week. ( marty ) ( marty ) here's an amazing story
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of survival from the deadliest wildfire in california's history. it all started when a new mother fled a burning hospital with her newborn as medical workers
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fought to keep her -- and each other -- safe from the flames. here's joe khalil with the story.
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ambulance in front of us in on fire."nurse tamara ferguson was in an ambulance behind heather's.making the same last phone call to her family. tamara ferguson/nurse"they kept telling me you're going to be fine. and i kept trying to convince them no you don't understand. i'm not gonna be fine. there's no way i'm going to survive this. there's fire blowing at me."as the fire was consuming homes all around them, a stranger helped heather get out of her ambulance and wheeled her up this driveway on chloe court. nurse tamara followed. eventually they ran into david hawks, paradise's fire chief. chief david hawks/paradise fire dept."there's a dog door here. one of the paramedics made access to. we unlocked the garage, moved patients into this home and sheltered them in place. i said hey if you follow directions which is to clear pine needles, that we would be safe here."what happened next was nothing short of amazing.emts and nurses became stand-in firefighters.some getting on the roof of this home clearing gutters of brush.hosing down the outer edge of the property.
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saving this home, all while their patients were kept safe inside.tamara ferguson/nurse "he said you do this, you do this you do this. all of us shifted our minds to what do we need to do for survival mode here."chief david hawks/paradise fire dept."they followed directions, they did exactly what i asked them to do."amid a neighborhood devastated by the camp fire, this chloe court home survived. so did all the patients and medical staff inside.desiree borden/evacuee"i am so happy that my home was spared so their lives could be spared. that was that home's purpose, was to save those people." desiree borden owns this home with her husband.not long before it was used to save lives of people she'd never met, she was fleeing her home with her 17 month old daughter in the car.desiree borden/evacuee"i was singing nursery rhymes to her trying to keep her calm. although she was very calm, i don't know if i was singing the nursery rhymes for her or for me. i just knew that our story couldn't end that way. we couldn't burn alive in a car." it wasn't until one of the nurses sent desiree a facebook message that she learned her home was still standing.she'd assumed like her neighbors' homes it was gone.now, these people, all strangers a few days ago, forever bonded through one common story of survival.tamara ferguson/nurse "we're all here. we're all able to talk about this and it's absolutely extraordinary." desiree borden/evacuee"it's humbling to know that your life was spared when so many aren't, and so many are unaccounted for."> ( marty ) the death toll from the
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camp fire is now at 71...and more than one thousand people are still not accounted for. remember you can follow the very latest by visiting kron 4 dot com. ( marty ) police in palo alto say a man robbed four businesses last week wearing a "phantom of the opera" mask. the first
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happened at vin vino wine on california avenue just before 2:15 wednesday morning. police say the burglar took the cash register and smashed the window. the burglar also broke the windown at simple -be salon and spa on university avenue, also at a subway, and at sushi house on el camino real. he was wearing a white "the phantom of the opera" mask covering only half of his face during the burglaries. if you can help with this investigation, call police. ( marty ) the woman convicted in the stabbing of a 19-year-old man in fremont will spend 11 years in prison. 20-year-old ayah abdallah stabbed yusuf nawabi during a domestic dispute back in december.. it happened on fremont boulevard. nawabi was pronounced dead at a hospital. authorities say a friend of abdallah tipped police that abdullah stabbed nawabi. last month, she pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter. as we head to break,
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here's a live look outside... san francisco embarcadero. ♪
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air, some people may be looking to head indoors to the movies. . david daniel takes a look at three new movies hitting theaters this weekend. "the moment has come to take our rightful place.""fantastic beasts: the crimes of grindelwald" takes us back to j-k rowling's world of wizard and witchcraft. eddie redmayne, jude law, and johnny depp lead the cast of the sequel, which box office watchers expect to dominate the weekend with a debut worth 65-million dollars."your husband stole two-million dollars from me. this is about my life! and because it's about my life... now it becomes about yours." (nat-
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gunfire)viola davis leads the cast of "widows," about four women who plot to pull off a heist after their criminal husbands are killed. michelle rodriguez, cynthia erivo, and elizabeth debicki co-star in the thriller, which is drawing rave reviews, and expected to open with 12-tio-18 million dollars."lizzie comes with two younger siblings.""three kids? too many."mark wahlberg and rose byrne find themselves unlikely foster parents in "instant family." opening weekend estimates for the feel-good comedy are all over the place -- anywhere from 10-to-21 million dollars. that's raising a family: you never quite know what to expect. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) the golden state warriors are auctioning off signed game-worn jerseys to help out the victims of the camp fire. here is a look at the n-b-a auctions website ... where fans can bid on the jerseys of steph curry, kevin durant, klay thompson, draymond green, andre iguodala and shaun livingston. the
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team also is matching all crowdfunding donations up to 25-thousand. the auction ends the thursday after thanksgiving. ( dave ) (ácommercialá) ♪
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♪ ♪ the united states postal service makes more holiday deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country. ♪ with one notable exception. ♪ good morning im marty gonzales. right now you're looking sutro tower camera in san francisco. you can see just how thick the smoke is this morning. ( marty )(take scando)poor air quality in the bay area
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continues. some locations in the bay area have very unhealthy air quality, as smoke from the camp fire continues to linger. right now san linger. right now san francisco is ranked as having the quality in the world. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)widespread smoke and haze at times combining with coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has weakened and troughing is already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california
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next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week. ( marty )the camp fire continues to burn in butte county, and smoke from the fire is still making for unhealthy air, 200 miles away in the bay area. this morning we are learning eight more lives were lost... and more structures are gone. the total number of fatalities is up to 71.... and one-thousand-eleven people are missing. overall, the fire has
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destroyed more than 12- thousand buildings. the fire has scorched 148-thousand acres... and is 55 percent contained this morning. ( marty )happening today.... president trump is travelling to california to meet with some of those affected by the wildfires. he will be in butte county,and in southern california, meeting with fire victims, first responders and getting a first hand look at the damage. state lawmakers say, they are surprised but happy to learn of his visit. especially after his tweet last week.. saying there was no reason for the massive and deadly wildfires in the state. bay area congresswoman jackie speier is hopeful about the president's visit. ( marty ) governor brown and
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governor- elect gavin newsom will also join the president during his visit. senator kamala harris will tour the area on sunday. ( marty ) there are mixed feelings about the president's scheduled visit today. this comes as fema set up a disaster center in the fire zone. kron4's gayle ong talked to fire victims in chico... to get their thoughts on the presidents visit. one week and a day later,butte county residents have gone from crisis mode to recovery modebill and sandy hughes escaped the camp fire raging through paradise..and lost everything. they are one of the many residents here at this new recovery center,put up by fema.it is a one stop shop providing resources
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needed to recover and rebuild. opens just one day before president trump is scheduled to tour the devastation to meet with first responders and victims.you drive up and down the road in paradise, you see homes burned to the ground.the air is thick with soot and ash.crews still combing through the rubble - looking for human remains.back in chico,residents waiting, hoping for answers as they look to the future.kenneth juhl (jewel) has a home in magalia and has no idea what he'll come back to, but is looking forward to president trump's visit.std ( marty ) and sadly the
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list has grown of those who are unaccounted for. it now stands at over 1-thousand people. crews have spent more than a week searching for those listed as missing. the sheriff's office has a chart of the names listed. more resources are opening up, such as this fema disaster center in chico. victims say, this center serves as another resource for family and friends to connect. one woman drove across the country to try to find her mother. ( marty )deputies admit that some people are not seeing their missing family members on the sheriff's office list. officials acknowledge, it takes time for them to update the list ... because they are receiving so many calls. the entire sheriff's list of the missing is posted on our website - kron four -dot com. ( marty ) kron 4 and our parent company-- nexstar media
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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 ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... bay area emergency rooms are slammed with patients due to.. wildfires and unhealthy air conditions. we talk to doctors on what you can do to protect yourself. ( marty )plus... a community is mourning after two people, helping fire victims, including a bay area volunteer pilot,.. , die in a fatal plane ( marty )and... we take a look at some of the ways people are protecting themselves from the bad air quality. know what goes great with steak and shrimp? more shrimp.
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morning... the unhealthy air continues to plague the bay area. kron 4's justine waldman shows us how some people in san francisco are handling the horrible air quality. the golden gate bridge blocked by smoke.same with the view of
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alcatraz.and the san francisco skyline covered up... as seen from a drive across the bay bridge.what's easy to see... people wearing masks to protect themselves from the the unhealthy air.sot yesterday i was light headed my eyes itching and irritating and i could taste it in my throat and it is a lot better today so i feel like this is helping somehow yeahbeing outside ... not that pleasant today.putting up christmas decorations were put on pause. construction work went on as planned... the crews covered their faces too.but a few businesses shut down, so people could skip town.sot everybody is trying to get out of it, our work is closed down for the most partno kids found playing at this park.instead ..strolling the isles of air filtered grocery stores..nats look at that papa!being inside at the movies, bowling alleys and shops... got people away from the bad air.lots of available seats at outdoor restaurants.this food delivery driver told kron 4 news before he scooted off..he's been busy because people do not want to go outside.sot def is a factor the inconvenience of being stuck inside or wearing a masks... really not that bad. when you think of áwhy the air is so thick with smoke.sot i feel terrible for the people losing homes so it is the
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does santa claus himself, need the most trusted battery this holiday season? maybe not. maybe he could trust any batteries will do. maybe he could trust his teenager won't react like a teenager. maybe he could trust mrs. claus won't blame him for this. or, he could just trust duracell. ( marty ) here's a live
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look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)widespread smoke and haze at times combining with coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has weakened and troughing is
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already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week.
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( marty ) just about every town and city in the bay area is affected by the poor air quality kron 4's dan thorn reports - the smokey air in the bay area is getting worse in some cases. the poor air quality in the bay area is show here on this map of purples and reds..the darker the colors..the worse the air is..in concord, the air quality has gone up to- -249--meaning it's very unhealthy..sot: it's gotten
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worse and worse, past couple days definitely today is the worst it feels likethe numbers come as no surprise to concord resident christina beardsley who's son mason has been suffering.sot: the smoke is just a real issue for people, especially for people and children who have asthma like my son..sot: what's it been like for you. it's been really hard i wouldn't be able, i can't go outside unless i have this on..air quality officials say you can help by following the spare the air alert currently in effect..sot: we have a winter spare the air alert in effect that bans woodburning it's incredibly important that people do not burn wood right now and add to already polluted air.. officials say you need to continue to limit your time outdoors..sot: right now important that they protect their health. ( marty )that was dan thorn reporting. air quality officials say that wildfire smoke is unpredictable... but they expect some improvement soon. ( marty ) the city of
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alameda handed out roughly 45- hundred protective masks friday. they were handed out at the senior center. it was part of an effort to protect people from the smoke from the camp fire. it was so busy, that the center ran out of masks for a time. but then a third shipment arrived for those waiting in line. ( marty ) the fire department placed another order and they're hoping the masks will arrive today.. ( marty ) all of this bad air is affecting the health of many people in the bay area.. kron four's terisa estacio reports from an east bay emergency room. i am here in berkeley at sutter healths alta bates summitt medical center. - you can see behind me the long line of ambulances... (not all
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are here with patients experiencing respiratory problems due to the smoke... but a doctor did tell me that they are certainly seeing an uptick in patients... dr. jeff chen, emergency room physican, sutter health's alta bates summitt. it is bad, we are seeing more patients... the patients most vulnerable children and older people. people should not be outside today... do not exercise outside, it is not good at all for you. hopefuly it will get better soon. here in berkeley, terisa estacio kron four news ###
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( marty ) still ahead this morning, the unhealthy air has postponed the big game. we'll have what you need to know if you bought tickets to the annual matchup between cal and stanford. sfx: tinny headphone music sfx: feet shuffling life can change in an instant. be covered when it does... ...with a health plan through covered california. we offer free expert help choosing the best plan for you. and all of our plans include free preventive care. financial help is available, so check for yourself to see what savings you qualify for. for health insurance starting january 1st, enroll by december 15th.
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because you never know when life... ...will change. get covered today. big game will have to wait.
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the annual matchup between cal and stanford not being played tomorrow due to the poor air
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quality. the 121st-edition of the classic matchup will now take place saturday december 1st in berkeley. if you have tickets for the game, they will be honored on that later date. this is one of many schedule changes... cal basketball's game was cancelled last night, no stanford basketball games through this weekend, and, tonight's usf men's hoops matchup against arizona state
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was also called off. and the conditions forced the re- location of raiders practice once again. this is a look at the team earlier this week...as cameras weren't allowed at their alternate indoor facility. raiders...heading to arizona this weekend facing the 2- and-7 cardinals...a showdown with draft positioning in play. derek carr...will be running an offense that has some new names at receiver since jordy nelson and martavis bryant are both out due to injury. -- gruden on the team's change in preparation. "we're practicing in an indoor, it's kind of like a soccerit's like an indoor ice rink that was
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transferred into a soccer field. we didn't have much room to get the splits and get the routes. we're not going to make any excuses. we're not the only people dealing with adversity right now.' three keys for the raiders this sunday in arizona... first off, get derek carr going... no touchdowns in the last two weeks. also, it's an opportunity to find new playmakers with receiver injuries. finally, the defense is last in sacks...go after josh rosen your mercedes-benz keys to the game. after last night's 20- point loss in houston, steve kerr summed up the state of the team perfectly... physically and spiritually. and considering what new details have surfaced in the draymond green-kevin durant saga, it would be understandabl e if it took a while for the champs to look back to normal. many have been wondering what exactly was said in their argument. following the houston game, chris haynes of yahoo sports released a report saying that, sources told him it got ugly... in addition to green calling kd an explitive multiple times, he reportedly said something to the effect of-- 'we don't need you. we won without you. leave.' green has since said that he and durant have talked and are moving forward. despite the emotions having an impact on their says there's no reason to flip we are not panicking or think that we are not a great team. we are still the best team in the league. we gonna win more games, a bunch of games and go win another championship and we'll be warriors back to work tomorrow against the draymond will not play because of injury. --until then, we're giving the g-league. santa cruz warriors hosting the south bay lakers --back and forth down the stretch...where the sea-dubs started juan toscano anderson...the steal and finish.with a double- --then, kendrick nunn... backdoor slash to the rack. 97-91 your final...and moves to 6-and-0 ( marty ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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tower camera in san francisco. you can see just how thick the smoke is this morning. ( marty )(take scando)poor air (take scando) poor air quality in the bay area continues. right now francisco's air quality is ranked as ávery unhealthyá as smoke continues to linger in the bay area from the camp fire. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)widespread smoke and haze at times combining with
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coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has weakened and troughing is already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week. ( marty ) the camp fire continues to
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burn in butte county, and smoke from the fire is still making for unhealthy air, 200 miles away in the bay area. this morning we are learning eight more lives were lost... and more structures are gone. the total number of fatalities is up to 71.... and one-thousand-eleven
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people are missing. overall, the fire has destroyed more than 12- thousand buildings. the fire has scorched 148-thousand acres... and is 55 percent contained this morning. ( marty ) people across the bay area are being encouraged to stay inside. friday, san francisco mayor london breed along with top city officials urged everyone to stay inside as much as possible. and to check on those most vulnerable. san francisco officials say they have not seen any significant increase in 911 calls, or e-r visits since the unhealthy air, turned to very unhealthy air... but they are taking steps to keep the public safe. ( marty ) mayor breed is encouraging people to stay indoors through the weekend. ( marty )a big story we have
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been following out of redding... the community is mourning the death of two volunteers who were killed in a fatal plane crash near the redding municipal airport. they were helping those affected by the camp fire. angel flight west says the pilot was dick tak, who was a retired richmond police officer. the crash was reported thursday night at 6-30. authorities say the other person was a nursing professor at sacramento state university. the national transportation safety board is investigating. the redding airport manager says the plane went down about one mile from the airport. ( marty ) and there is a health isssue at the packed evacuation shelters in chico. they say at least 25- people have been hospitalized due to an outbreak of norovirus at the shelters. butte county health officials say, the number of sick people keeps growing as officials work to stop the spread of the virus. they say some of the sick include workers at the shelters. norovirus is highly contagious and can cause diarrhea, fever and body aches.
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it spreads commonly when people are in close quarters. ( marty ) kron 4 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.. ( marty )back here in the bay area... the search continues in oakland for the people who shot and killed a father of four outside of a bar. homicide investigators released surveillance video of three men who shot and killed 40-year-old chrystian negrete back on august 11, 2018. investigators say it happened just after 2am. the three men were reportedly involved in a robbery a block away from the victim, when police say one of them fired a gun toward a crowd of people, hitting negrete.
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they just caused">( marty ) there are two 10-thousand dollar rewards in the case. one reward for information leading to an arrest and another reward leading to a conviction of the people ( marty ) in the south bay...authorities are still looking for ian powers who suddenly disappeared during the 49ers game on monday. surveillance video shows powers walking across the bridge near gate "c", heading towards the parking lot after leaving the the 49ers game during the 4th quarter. the 32 year old was at the game with his girlfriend and her two kids. he left for the restroom and did not return. his girlfriend, chelsea robbins and famliy members are ramping up efforts to find ian.
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powers had been drinking while at the game.. but there is nothing about the surveillance video to suggest he was intoxicated.santa clara police resumed their search as well. a planned aerial search was grounded by fire smoke but a team focused on nearby alviso and waterways in the area. ( marty )coming up... another fire breaks out.. and this one in a steep hillside in the santa cruz mountains. an update - next. this holiday, no matter who's on your list,
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and threatened others on a narrow mountain road outside of boulder creek. the fire started just after eleven friday morning.. near a log cabin on mayfield road. it grew to roughly 10-acres before firefighters brought it under control. there was plenty of support from the air as helicopters and tankers dropped retardant. residents in the area say it was a close
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wouldn't let me thru on the road so i jogged my way up the hill i got up here and packed up what i thought i needed but i think we're gonna be good now.">>( marty ) the fire was burning quickly, but luckily, there was little or no wind to fan the flames. hand crews put out some hot spots. no word on what caused the fire. no one was injured. ( marty ) in the east bay... a woman accused of dui in a crash that killed a walnut creek man and his 8- month-old child pleaded not guilty to murder charges. the crash happned in walnut creek last month on south broadway. 35-year-old jessica martin, from tennessee, was arrested at the scene. 45-year-old hector garza died at the scene and his baby girl camilla died at the hospital. a fundraiser set up to help garza's family has raised more than 100-thousand dollars. we have a link to the go- fund-me on our website at kron-4 dot com. ( marty ) jennie-o is recalling more than 91- thousand pounds of ground
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turkey that may be linked to a salmonella outbreak. the recall involves four types of the company's raw turkey products. federal food safety officials say the products were shipped to retailers nationwide. the outbreak involves more than 160-patients in 35-states. so far, one death has been linked to the jennie-o turkey. for more information on the recall head to our website at kron-4-dot-com. a family fun a family fun event is invading the bay area. we tell you about topgolf crush after the break. live look outside... san francisco international airport. my mom's pain from moderate
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to severe rheumatoid arthritis was intense. i wondered if she could do the stuff she does for us, which is kind of, a lot. and if that pain could mean something worse? joint pain could mean joint damage. enbrel helps relieve joint pain,
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and helps stop irreversible joint damage. enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders and allergic reactions have occurred. tell your doctor if you've been some place where fungal infections are common, or if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart failure, or if you have persistent fever, bruising, bleeding, or paleness. don't start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. since enbrel, my mom's back to being my mom. visit enbrel.com and use the joint damage simulator to see how joint damage could progress. ask about enbrel. enbrel. fda approved for over 19 years. the work week. latter part of through the continuing wednesday and starting (dave)widespread smoke and haze at times combining with
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coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has weakened and troughing is already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week. ( marty ) ( marty ) happening ( marty ) ( marty )( marty )happening
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the dream of many sports fans to drive one out at a-t & park. you can make your dream come true with a golf club, not a bat. top- golf crush is taking over a-t- and-t. it's an event taking place this today for the weekend.(2-shot) here with me today i have former ladies pro golfer and top golf crush director gee-hay lee. this is a bucket list event for alot of people . (2-shot) of people .event for alot
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bucket list this is a hay lee.director gee-top golf crush pro golfer and former ladies me today i have former ladies pro golfer and top golf crush director gee-hay lee. this is a bucket list event for alot of people . (2-shot)thanks jeehae.
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of people . (2-shot) thanks jeehae. thanks jeehae.(2-shot) (áábreakáá)
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( marty ) with the smokey, unhealthy air, some people may be looking to head indoors to the movies. . david daniel takes a look at three new movies hitting theaters this weekend. "the moment has come to take our rightful place.""fantastic beasts: the crimes of grindelwald" takes us back to
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j-k rowling's world of wizards and witchcraft. eddie redmayne, jude law, and johnny depp lead the cast of the sequel, which box office watchers expect to dominate the weekend with a debut worth 65-million dollars."your husband stole two-million dollars from me. this is about my life! and because it's about my life... now it becomes about yours." (nat- gunfire)viola davis leads the cast of "widows," about four women who plot to pull off a heist after their criminal husbands are killed. michelle rodriguez, cynthia erivo, and elizabeth debicki co-star in the thriller, which is drawing rave reviews, and expected to open with 12-tio-18 million dollars."lizzie comes with two younger siblings.""three kids? too many."mark wahlberg and rose byrne find themselves unlikely foster parents in "instant family." opening weekend estimates for the feel-good comedy are all over the place -- anywhere from 10-to-21 million dollars. that's raising a family: you never quite know what to expect. in hollywood, i'm
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david daniel. ( marty ) the golden state warriors are auctioning off signed game-worn jerseys to help out the victims of the camp fire. here is a look at the n-b-a auctions website ... where fans can bid on the jerseys of steph curry, kevin durant, klay thompson, draymond green, andre iguodala and shaun livingston. the team also is matching all crowdfunding donations up to 25-thousand. the auction ends the thursday after thanksgiving. ( dave ) (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) [woman 1] this...
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[woman 2] ..this... [man 1] ...this is my body of proof. [man 2] proof of less joint pain... [woman 3] ...and clearer skin. [man 3] proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis... [woman 4] ...with humira. [woman 5] humira targets and blocks a specific source of inflammation
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that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms. it's proven to help relieve pain, stop further irreversible joint damage, and clear skin in many adults. humira is the number one prescribed biologic for psoriatic arthritis. [avo] humira can lower your ability to fight infections. serious and sometimes fatal infections, including tuberculosis, and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened, as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. [woman 6] ask your rheumatologist about humira. [woman 7] go to mypsaproof.com to see proof in action. ( marty ) ( marty )good morning im marty
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gonzales. right now you're looking sutro tower camera in san francisco. you can see just how thick the smoke is this morning. ( marty )(take scando) poor air quality in the bay area continues. some locations in the bay area have very unhealthy air quality, as smokfrom the camp fire continues to linger. right now san francisco is now san francisco is ranked as having the worst air quality in the world. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)widespread smoke and
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haze at times combining with coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has weakened and troughing is already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week. ( marty ) the camp fire continues to
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burn in butte county, and smoke from the fire is still making for unhealthy air, 200 miles away in the bay area. this morning we are learning eight more are learning eight more lives were lost... and more structures are gone. the total number of fatalities is up to 71.... and one-thousand-eleven people are missing. overall, the fire has destroyed more than 12- thousand buildings. the fire has scorched 148-thousand acres... and is 55 percent contained this morning. ( marty )happening today.... president trump is travelling to california to meet with some of those affected by the wildfires. he will be in butte county,and in southern california, meeting with fire victims, first responders and getting a first hand look at the damage. state lawmakers say, they are surprised but happy to learn of his visit. especially after his tweet last week.. saying there was no reason for the massive and deadly wildfires in the state.
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bay area congresswoman jackie speier is hopeful about the president's visit. ( marty ) governor brown and governor- elect gavin newsom will also join the president during his visit. senator kamala harris will tour the area on sunday. ( marty ) there are mixed feelings about the president's scheduled visit today. this comes as fema set up a disaster center in the fire zone. kron4's gayle ong talked to fire victims in chico... to get their thoughts on the presidents visit. one week and a day later,butte county residents have gone from crisis mode to recovery modebill and sandy hughes escaped the camp fire raging through paradise..and lost everything.they are one of the many residents here at
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this new recovery center,put up by fema.it is a one stop shop providing resources needed to recover and rebuild. opens just one day before president trump is scheduled to tour the devastation to meet with first responders and victims.you drive up and down the road in paradise,you see homes burned to the ground. the air is thick with soot and ash.crews still combing through the rubble - looking for human remains.back in chico,residents waiting,hoping for answers as they look to the future.kenneth juhl (jewel) has a home in magalia
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and has no idea what he'll come back to, but is looking forward to president trump's visit.std ( marty ) and sadly the list has grown of those who are unaccounted for. it now stands at over 1-thousand people. crews have spent more than a week searching for those listed as missing. the sheriff's office has a chart of the names listed. more resources are opening up, such as this fema disaster center in chico. victims say, this center serves as another resource for family and friends to connect. one woman drove across the country to mother. ( marty )deputies
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admit that some people are not seeing their missing family members on the sheriff's office list. officials acknowledge, it takes time for them to update the list ... because they are receiving so many calls. the entire sheriff's list of the missing is posted on our website - kron four -dot com. ( marty ) kron 4 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.. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... bay area emergency rooms are slammed with patients due to.. wildfires and unhealthy air conditions. we talk to doctors on what you can do to protect yourself. ( marty )plus... a community is mourning after two people, helping fire victims, including a bay area volunteer pilot,.. , die in a fatal plane
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( marty )and... we take a look at some of the ways people are protecting themselves from the bad air quality. sfx: tinny headphone music
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town and city in the bay area is affected by the poor air quality kron 4's dan thorn reports - the smokey air in the bay area is getting worse in some cases. the poor air quality in the bay area is show here on this map of purples and reds..the darker the colors..the worse the air is..in concord, the air quality has gone up to- -249--meaning it's very unhealthy..sot: it's gotten worse and worse, past couple days definitely today is the worst it feels likethe numbers come as no surprise to concord resident christina beardsley who's son mason has been suffering.sot: the smoke is just a real issue for people, especially for people and children who have asthma like my son..sot: what's it been like for you. it's been really hard i wouldn't be able, i can't go outside unless i have this on..air quality officials say you can help by following
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the spare the air alert currently in effect..sot: we have a winter spare the air alert in effect that bans woodburning it's incredibly important that people do not burn wood right now and add to already polluted air.. officials say you need to continue to limit your time outdoors..sot: right now it's most important that they protect their health. ( marty ) that was dan thorn reporting. air quality officials say that wildfire smoke is unpredictable... but they expect some improvement soon. ( dave )
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here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)widespread smoke and haze at times combining with coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has weakened and troughing is already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california
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next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week.
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the work week. latter part of the work week. the work week. latter part of the work week. ( marty ) the unhealthy air continues to plague the bay area. kron 4's justine waldman shows us how some people in san francisco are handling the horrible air quality. the golden gate bridge blocked by smoke.same with the view of alcatraz.and the san francisco skyline covered up... as seen from a drive across the bay bridge.what's easy to see...
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people wearing masks to protect themselves from the the unhealthy air.sot yesterday i was light headed my eyes itching and irritating and i could taste it in my throat and it is a lot better today so i feel like this is helping somehow yeahbeing outside ... not that pleasant today.putting up christmas decorations were put on pause. construction work went on as planned... the crews covered their faces too.but a few businesses shut down, so people could skip town.sot everybody is trying to get out of it, our work is closed down for the most partno kids found playing at this park.instead ..strolling the isles of air filtered grocery stores..nats look at that papa!being inside at the movies, bowling alleys and shops... got people away from the bad air.lots of available seats at outdoor restaurants.this food delivery driver told kron 4 news before he scooted off..he's been busy because people do not want to go outside.sot def is a factor the inconvenience of being stuck inside or wearing a masks... really not that bad.
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when you think of áwhy the air is so thick with smoke.sot i feel terrible for the people losing homes so it is the least thing i should be complaining about about ( marty ) the city of alameda handed out roughly 45-hundred protective masks friday. they were handed out at the senior center. it was part of an effort to protect people from the smoke from the camp fire. it was so busy, that the center ran out of masks for a time. but then a third shipment arrived for those waiting in line.
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us a couple extra thousand as well so we just feel very fortunate.">>( marty ) the fire department placed another order and they're hoping the masks will arrive today.. ( marty ) all of this bad air is affecting the health of many people in the bay area.. kron four's terisa estacio reports from an east bay emergency room. i am here in berkeley at sutter healths alta bates summitt medical center. - you can see behind me the long line of ambulances... (not all are here with patients experiencing respiratory problems due to the smoke... but a doctor did tell me that they are certainly seeing an uptick in patients... dr. jeff chen, emergency room physican, sutter health's alta bates summitt. it is bad, we are seeing more patients... the patients most vulnerable children and older people. people should not be outside today... do not exercise outside, it is not good at all for you. hopefuly it will get better soon. here in berkeley, terisa estacio kron four news ###
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( marty ) still ahead ( marty ) still ahead this morning,
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the unhealthy air has postponed the big game. we'll have what you need to know if you bought tickets to the annual matchup between cal and stanford.
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the next chapter of the big game will have to wait. the annual matchup between cal and stanford not being played tomorrow due to the poor air quality. the 121st-edition of the classic matchup will now take place saturday december 1st in berkeley. if you have tickets for the game, they will be honored on that later date. this is one of many schedule changes... cal basketball's game was cancelled last night, no stanford basketball games through this weekend, and, tonight's usf men's hoops matchup against arizona state
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was also called off. and the conditions forced the re- location of raiders practice once again. this is a look at the team earlier this week...as cameras weren't allowed at their alternate indoor facility. raiders...heading to arizona this weekend facing the 2- and-7 cardinals...a showdown with draft positioning in play. derek carr...will be running an offense that has some new names at receiver since jordy nelson and martavis bryant are both out due to injury. -- gruden on the team's change in preparation. "we're practicing in an indoor, it's kind of like a soccerit's like an indoor ice rink that was transferred into a soccer field. we didn't have much room to get the splits and get the routes. we're not going to make any excuses. we're not the only people dealing with adversity right now.' three keys for the raiders this sunday in arizona... first off, get derek carr going... no touchdowns in the last two weeks. also, it's an opportunity to find new playmakers with receiver injuries. finally, the defense is last in sacks...go after josh rosen your
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mercedes-benz keys to the game. after last night's 20- point loss in houston, steve kerr summed up the state of the team perfectly... it's hurt physically and spiritually. and considering what new details have surfaced in the draymond green-kevin durant saga, it would be understandable if it took a while for the champs to look back to normal. many have been wondering what exactly was said in their argument. following the houston game, chris haynes of yahoo sports released a report saying that, sources told him it got ugly... in addition to green calling kd an explitive multiple times, he reportedly said something to the effect of-- 'we don't need you. we won without you. leave.' green has since said that he and durant have talked and are moving forward. despite the emotions having an impact on their loss, green says there's no reason to flip out. we are not panicking or think that we are not a great team. we are still the best team in the league. we gonna win more games, a bunch of games and go win another championship and we'll be fine." warriors back to work tomorrow against the mavericks, draymond will not play because of injury. --until then, we're giving some love to the g-league. santa cruz warriors hosting
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the south bay lakers --back and forth down the stretch... here's where the sea-dubs started pulling away. juan toscano anderson...the steal and finish. he finished with a double-double --then, kendrick nunn... backdoor slash to the rack. 97-91 your final...and santa cruz moves to 6-and-0 ( marty ) as we head as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.. ( marty )right now you're
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looking sutro tower camera in san francisco. you can see just how thick the smoke is this morning. ( marty )(take scando)poor air quality in the bay area continues. right now san francisco's air quality is
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ranked as ávery unhealthyá as smoke continues to linger in the bay area from the camp fire. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)widespread smoke and haze at times combining with coastal fog resulting in extended poor air quality and low visibilities over the san francisco bay area should show some improvement first along the immediate coast today then inland sunday. a mid to upper level ridge has weakened and troughing is already slowly moving in from the west this morning. additionally forecast models continue to indicate an active pacific weather pattern reaching california next week with the potential for widespread periodic rainfall starting wednesday and continuing through the latter part of the work week.
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( marty )the camp fire continues to burn in butte county, and smoke from the fire is still making for unhealthy air, 200 miles away in the bay area. this morning we are learning eight more lives were lost... and more structures are the total number of fatalities is up to 71.... and one- thousand-eleven people are missing. overall, the fire has destroyed more than 12-thousand buildings. the fire has scorched 148- thousand acres... and is 55 percent contained this morning.
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( marty ) people across the bay area are being encouraged to stay inside. friday, san francisco mayor london breed along with top city officials urged everyone to stay inside as much as possible. and to check on those most vulnerable. san francisco officials say they have not seen any significant increase in 911 calls, or e-r visits since the unhealthy air, turned to very unhealthy air... but they are taking steps to keep the public safe. ( marty ) mayor breed is encouraging people to stay indoors through the weekend. ( marty )a big story we have been following out of redding... the community is mourning the death of two volunteers who were killed in a fatal plane crash near the redding municipal airport.
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they were helping those affected by the camp fire. angel flight west says the pilot was dick tak, who was a retired richmond police officer. the crash was reported thursday night at 6-30. authorities say the other person was a nursing professor at sacramento state university. the national transportation safety board is investigating. the redding airport manager says the plane went down about one mile from the airport. ( marty ) and there is a health isssue at the packed evacuation shelters in chico. they say at least 25- people have been hospitalized due to an outbreak of norovirus at the shelters. butte county health officials say, the number of sick people keeps growing as officials work to stop the spread of the virus. they say some of the sick include workers at the shelters. norovirus is highly contagious and can cause diarrhea, fever and body aches. it spreads commonly when people are in close ( marty ) kron 4 and our parent company-- nexstar media
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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 ( marty )back here in the bay area... the search continues in oakland for the people who shot and killed a father of four outside of a bar. homicide investigators released surveillance video of three men who shot and killed 40-year-old chrystian negrete back on august 11, 2018. investigators say it happened just after 2am. the three men were reportedly involved in a robbery a block away from the victim, when police say one of them fired a gun toward a crowd of people, hitting negrete.
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one reward for information leading to an arrest and another reward leading to a conviction of the people responsible. ( marty ) in the south bay...authorities are still looking for ian powers who suddenly disappeared during the 49ers game on monday. surveillance video shows powers walking across the bridge near gate "c", heading towards the parking lot after leaving the the 49ers game during the 4th quarter. the 32 year old was at the game with his girlfriend and her two kids. he left for the restroom and did not return. his girlfriend, chelsea robbins and famliy members are ramping up efforts to find ian.
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he was intoxicated.santa clara police resumed their search as well. a planned aerial search was grounded by fire smoke but a team focused on nearby alviso and waterways in the area. ( marty )coming up... another fire breaks out.. and this one in a steep hillside in the santa cruz mountains. an update - next.
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) a brush fire destroyed a home and threatened others on a narrow mountain road outside of boulder creek. the fire started just after eleven friday morning.. near a log cabin on mayfield road. it grew to roughly 10-acres before firefighters brought it under control. there was plenty of support from the air as helicopters and tankers dropped retardant. residents in the area say it was a close call.
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hill i got up here and packed up what i thought i needed but i think we're gonna be good now.">>( marty ) the fire was burning quickly, but luckily, there was little or no wind to fan the flames. hand crews put out some hot spots. no word on what caused the fire. no one was injured. ( marty ) in the east bay... a woman accused of dui in a crash that killed a walnut creek man and his 8- month-old child pleaded not guilty to murder charges. the crash happned in walnut creek last month on south broadway. 35-year-old jessica martin, from tennessee, was arrested at the scene. 45-year-old hector garza died at the scene and his baby girl camilla died at the hospital. a fundraiser set up to help garza's family has raised more than 100-thousand dollars. we have a link to the go- fund-me on link to the go- fund-me on our website at kron-4 dot com. still ahead on kron 4 morning news...we are getting
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you ready for "drinks- giving..." what you can expect on the day before thanksgiving. (ácommercialá)
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this thursday, did you know that thanksgiving eve has become one of the biggest binge drinking days of the year? some call it "drinksgiving" or "blackout wednesday", but nonetheless, it is a monster night for the bar industry.(2-shot) our health expert, karen owoc, is here to explain the why's and why not's of this big drinking holiday. "thanksgiving eve homecoming party" since around 2012,
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thanksgiving eve has become known as one of the biggest drinking holidays of the year - right up there with st. patrick's day, super bowl sunday, and july fourth. a lot of people are visiting their parents for the long weekend and kick off the holiday by meeting up (and drinking) with old friends. some bar owners say their business goes up as much as 400% compared to an average wednesday. it's considered the "holiday before the holiday". most popular drink during thanksgiving wine - about 65% of drinkers beer - 20% mixed liquor drinks - about 15% what is a standard drink? in the u.s., one "standard" drink is defined as 0.6 fl. oz of "pure" alcohol which equates to: 12-oz regular beer (about 5% alcohol; light beer about 4.2% alcohol) -oz. glass of wine
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(about 12% alcohol) 1.5-oz. shot of distilled spirits (gin, rum, tequila, vodka, whisky, etc. - about 40% alcohol) what's considered binge drinking binge drinking is defined as having the following within a two-hour period: women: 4 or more drinks men: 5 or more drinks one bottle of wine = 25 ounces (five 5-oz servings) on the average, 2 people can finish a full bottle of wine in about 2 to 2.5 hours. holiday season drinking stats between thanksgiving and new year's eve, high-risk binge drinking and dui- related injuries increase by 33 percent in these 5 weeks. in some cities, there are more dui's and hospitalizations due to alcohol con-sumption during drinksgiving. according to madd, more people are killed during the thanksgiving holiday than the christmas holiday. long-term health dangers from binge drinking heart disease: binge drinking can cause weakening of the heart muscles ("al-coholic cardiomyopathy") even in 20- and 30-somethings
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and results in con-gestive heart failure. blood pressure: there is a definitive link between blood pressure and the amount of alcohol consumed. binge drinking, in particular, has been associated with dangerous surges in blood pressure. cancer: alcohol is a known carcinogen for areas of the head and neck - the mouth, esophagus, throat. long-term binge drinking may also increase the risk for cancers of the liver and breast. 4. brain 4. brain damage: binge
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drinking impacts the developing brain whereby a person in their 20's is especially vulnerable to long-term memory loss and an inability to learn new skills in the years to come. that's because the brain is continually changing and alcohol can interfere with those changes. alcohol in large quanti-ties is toxic to the delicate cells within the brain. 5. alcohol poisoning 5. alcohol poisoning (death): from 2010
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to 2012, alcohol poisoning was re-sponsible for approximately 2,200 deaths each year, or six deaths per day. most people who die from alcohol poisoning are white men ages 35 to 64, ac-cording to the cdc. 6. injuries: per the cdc, binge drinking is responsible for 80,000 deaths in the u.s. each year ( marty )(2-shot)the takeaway: more than 38 million u.s. adults binge drink. know your limits, watch your intake, and consider the long-term health risks. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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with the smokey, unhealthy air, some people may be looking to head indoors to the movies. . david daniel takes a look at three new movies hitting theaters this weekend. "the moment has come to take our rightful place.""fantastic beasts: the crimes of grindelwald" takes us back to
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j-k rowling's world of wizards and witchcraft. eddie redmayne, jude law, and johnny depp lead the cast of the sequel, which box office watchers expect to dominate the weekend with a debut worth 65-million dollars."your husband stole two-million dollars from me. this is about my life! and because it's about my life... now it becomes about yours." (nat- gunfire)viola davis leads the cast of "widows," about four women who plot to pull off a heist after their criminal husbands are killed. michelle rodriguez, cynthia erivo, and elizabeth debicki co-star in the thriller, which is drawing rave reviews, and expected to open with 12-tio-18 million dollars."lizzie comes with two younger siblings.""three kids? too many."mark wahlberg and rose byrne find themselves unlikely foster parents in "instant family." opening weekend estimates for the feel-good comedy are all over the place -- anywhere from 10-to-21 million raising a family: you never quite know what to expect. in hollywood, i'm david daniel.
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adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend for this news weekend thats kron 4 news weekend thats kron 4 thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4 news at eight.
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