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good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morning news. its monday november 26th...2018im robin winston.lets start this morning with a check on weather forecast with john sharable much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of
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60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week. no major hot spots. bay no major hot
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from
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the toll to 101. (áásidebarááá) (áásidebarááá)( robin ) the butte county the camp fire is now completely contained at almost 154,000 acres. many of our local fire teams are back home or making their way back home from paradise. the massive fire began the morning of november 8th on camp creek road near the town of paradise and has since become the most destructive wildfire in california history. the butte county sheriff's office and cal fire have reported 85 fatalities and 296 people unaccounted for. the fire destroyed
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18,000 structures in and around paradise. (áásidebaráá)( robin ) good news from southern california too. the woolsey fire is also fully contained. it burned over 95-thousand acres... three people died that fire. ( robin ) fema representatives stepped in to help victims this weekend during a town hall meeting held in roseville. fema officials have been registering fire victims for disaster assistance. several other organizations also took part in the town hall. including cal fire and the sheriffs department.
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american red cross is accepting donations. you can check kron 4.com for reuben reuben foster's arrest and release from the 49ers has been the talk of the city this weekend. he's now out of police custody and without a team after his arrest for domestic violence. ( robin )kron 4's alecia reid caught up with fans watching the 49-er's game at ricky's sports bar in san leandro .... and has ther reactions. everyone deserves their day in court.and reuben foster was released from jail on his own recognizance.the young man needs to get his life together, make some better choiceswhile fans watched the 49ers play the tampa bay buccaneers sunday, there was
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one player missing ... and after this domestic violence charge ... he won't be coming back.i dont blame the 9ers. they shouldve let him go. especially with his track recordright before the game against the buccaneers, the 49er organization cut the linebacker from the team. we're only getting bits and pieces of what happened, but from what i understand it's the same young lady he was with before so the organization has to cut their ties to maintain their integritywe encountered some die hard niner fans that have been following foster's career ... who say ...reuben's had a difficult childhood, a very difficult upbringing. he's had a couple domestic violence incidents. this is the second one we know of with this particular female. so it's gonna be tough for him to rebound. he's gotta get his life togeher off the field before anything else.fresh out of jail, the 24 year old has no team, but some feel this isn't the end for him.i think
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he'll get picked up again. i doubt it'll be this season. but i think if he gets the proper help. hopefully his support staff will help him get the help he needs so he can make better decisions so someone will ick him up again. he's very talented.he's gotta figure it out if hes gonna have a successful career in the nfl. otherwise he'll just go by the waysidethe woman foster has been dating on/off for the last 3 years claims he slapped the phone out of her hand, shoved her in the chest, then slapped her across face. due to the climate of our country, women are not believed and that's a concern of mine.he's got some issues off the field. that's why he dropped to 31 in the draft. reporting from san leandro ... ar ... kron 4 news. ( robin )a woman is robbed and sexually assaulted in a quiet south berekley neighborhood.
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police say the attack happened early sunday morning.kron4's dan thorn is has more on how neighbors are reacting. neighbors say this stretch of blake street in south berkeley is generally quiet..but a sunday morning attack has them on alert..sot: i havent really hear about break-in's let alone assaults like that.. jewell soriano says police combing through her neighborhood looking for a suspect is not typical..she says she's a bit shaken to here about that type of violence in this area..sot: kinda scary because i live pretty close..for others it's not as surprising..sot: i have like a friend who had their place broken into like three times or something insane so it does happen it's just like word of mouth you don't really hear about it as much..angela wang and her friend abraham chen say any crimes near their neighborhood is concerning.. however, they preach awareness of your surroundings..sot: on the whole berkeley is pretty okay if you're conscientious of where you're going an how
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to be careful this seems to be one of those incidences that's just really unfortunate to hear about.sot: i never really walk alone at night i always lock my doors make sure my windows are closed and things like that.. ( robin )police say the suspect is an african-american man in his 20s to 30s. anyone with information about this incident is asked to call berkeley police. ( robin ) and in oakland saturday -- c-h-p responded to a d-u-i crash after recieving several calls of a black nissan rogue driving recklessly on 580 near lakeshore avenue. they say the car took out an electrical box, drove over the sidewalk & curb, and crashed into a parked car which was parked at a gas pump at the 76 gas station. several officers, paramedics, and firemen responded to the scene. luckily, the parked car had no one inside. a woman in the black nissan rogue was determined to be driving under the influence of alcohol at the time of the collision. the driver was
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arrested for dui more than twice over the legal limit and driving while on a suspended license for a previous dui, and was booked into santa rita jail. ( robin ) a tiburon woman who died after crashing into a parked california highway patrol vehicle in sausalito this weekend has been identified as 72-year-old laura lee pino. police report say pino was driving on southbound u.s. highway 101 near the spencer avenue off- ramp at 8 in the morning when her 2003 toyota corolla hydroplaned and slammed into the chp car. two chp officers had stopped in the area to help an suv driver whose vehicle had spun out and blocked the slow lane of the freeway, they were placing flares at the scene when one officer saw the toyota hurdling toward them. the officer was able to jump into the back seat of the chp vehicle and avoid being hit by the car, according to the chp.
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the officer was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries.the chp is investigating the crash. ( robin )long time bay area journalist and radio host -- ray (tally-a-fare- oh)taliaferro -- is missing. the 79 year old was last seen in kentucky more than two weeks ago.kron4's michelle kingston spoke to some of his former co-workers. michelle kingston, mkingstonnewsi just spoke to the paducah kentucky sheriff -- who says taliferro and his new wife of just six months were out there looking at property she had inherited.. she told law enforcement when she was walking the property she turned around and ray had left in their rental car.pat thurston, kgo radio"i'm worried. i'm really worried. ray taliaferro -- a man many call a san francisco legend -- reported missing in paducah kentucky on november 10 ... he's a man that many people listened to on kgo radio in the bay area for years.friends say he was also the president
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of the arts commission, leukemia society and the naacp in san francisco.john rothmann, kgo radio"millions of people spent the night with ray taliaferro monday through friday 1am to 5am ... you couldn't miss ray taliaferro. his wonderful commitment to human rights, his wonderful commitment to san francisco and his wonderful commitment to people."pat thurston, kgo radio"he's one of those talents that is bigger than life. he's one of the people that you just dream of being somebody like ray. always true to himself. a heart of gold." he was last seen talking to a manager at the mellow mushroom pizza restaurant in paducah kentucky -- wearing a black leather jacket and black pants. this flyer warns he may be experiencing disorientation and signs of dementia.pat thurston, kgo radio"i'm heart sick. i'm worried to death." john rothmann, kgo radio"and because we believe he'll be ok. we are very optimistic, but the greatest thing we can do for ray is anybody who spots him, let us know and of course we want to keep him in our prayers."michellethe paducah kentucky sheriff says they hope ray is on his way back home to san francisco.but they say they do not believe he has a cell phone or any credit cards with him.the sheriff tells me the wife is coming in to the office tomrorow for an interview and
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that she is cooperating with the investigation.live in san francisco michelle kingston kron 4 news (robin) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... firefighters are sharing their stories from the camp fire as they begin coming home, now that the fire is 100 percent contained. (robin) and the end of the busiest travel week of the year ended the say way it began... with long lines and delayes.
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welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast.
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much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week.
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thanksgiving travel week ended the same way it all began with flight delays and cancellations. thousands of bay area fliers were at s-f-o sunday for what's traditionally one of the busiest days for travel. kron 4's gayle ong has more.
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traveler: "i'm much happier to be back in the bay.">emily angelotti expected her flight from detroit to be delayed..but it was smooth sailing on what's considered to be one of the busiest day for travel.the sunday after thanksgiving.t-s-a predicted 2-point-7 million travelers will be flying home on sunday. airport duty manager maria buico (boy-co) says they were prepared.. winter storms in the midwest caused more than a dozen flight cancellations and more than 200 delays at sfo most flights to and from chicago and kansas city.but we found quite a few passengers
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who missed the storm by a hair..and one bay area resident who was not so lucky.. ha luong's (lue-wah)/flight to chicago got cancelled.sfo had an average of two to three hour delays to ( robin ) the golden gate ferry will run a normal schedule today... just in time for the start of the work week. a spokesperson for the golden gate bridge made the announcement in a tweet sunday night. this comes after the major ferry accident on friday. the investigation for that crash is ongoing. ( robin )nasa's insight is making its final descent towards mars.the spacecraft is expected to land on the surface of the red planet
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later today.insight is the first mission to study the deep interior of mars.it launched from vandenberg air force base on may 5th of this year.insight will study mars in hopes of learning how celestial bodies with rocky surfaces - including earth - formed. (robin) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a violent clash this weekend at the u-s mexico border as migrants tried to cross. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. the hollywood minute is coming up after the break.
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in) welcome back to the kron four morning news. i'm tracking your entertainment headlines entertainment headlines today... and there is plenty of movie news this morning... including an oscar winner tackling the role of a lifetime. david daniel has that and more in the hollywood minute.
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(nat-music)disney's live- action version of "the lion king" doesn't hit theaters until next july, but it seems fans are ready! this teaser trailer racked up an astounding 224-point-six million views worldwide in its first 24 hours. the only trailer ever to do better: "avengers: infinity war," which drew 238-million views. "it is important to make new friends in court, is it not?" "the favourite" was quite a favorite in its first weekend in theaters. the acclaimed period pic starring olivia colman, emma stone, and rachel weisz (vice) made an estimated 420-thousand dollars on just four screens -- about 105- thousand dollars per theater, the best opening weekend average of any film this year. (nat)it appears lifelong shakespeare fan al pacino is finally set to tackle one of the bard's greatest roles. according to "the guardian" newspaper, pacino will star in "king lear," reuniting with his director and producer from 20-04's "the merchant of venice." the producer tells
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the guardian, filming is planned for next fall in the u-k. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza.
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (robin) welcome back.
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checking in on your morning forecast. much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. and sacramento fire departments spent nearly three weeks on the front lines of the camp fire.now they're back home ... and sharing their stories. the folsom strike team
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arrived at the strike team the folsom their stories. and sharing back home ... now they're fire. of the camp the front lines of the camp fire.now they're back home ... and sharing their stories. the folsom strike team arrived at the camp fire thursday afternoon, just as the blaze was tearing throughout mark piacentini/div. chief folsom fd: "basically our primary missions was evacuations and rescue"as the flames bore down the made several daring rescues, but soon found themselves cut off and make a quick escape.mark piacentini/div. chief folsom fd: "we were able to save ourselves so to speak, and in that process we found some other people who were trapped by debris trees, wires, etc. we assisted in getting them out."using every available means...mark piacentini/div. chief folsom fd: "we put them in our truck, our fire engines. there were other civilians that were coming down and we were able to flag them down."at the same time nearby - a sacramento strike team was moving towards paradise.their mission - to save structures in a town already ablaze.capt. rick marrs/sacramento fire department: "when you roll into town and safeway is on
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fire, and mcdonalds is mcdonalds is gone and everything around it is gone. that day i knew it was a big one and we were going to be there for a while."with limited resources the sacramento crew saved house after house.but it's the ones they couldn't protect they'll remember the most.pt. rick marrs/sacramento fire department: "when i turn around and have to walk away from a house. and i look at that house and think this is someone's retirement home and everything they have is inside that house and there's nothing i can do."but both crews say the people of paradise were grateful, reaching out however they could to offer thanks. selfless gestures from people who themselves have lost so much.capt. rick marrs/sacramento fire department: "i've been out on other strike teams before and wildland fires before, but nothing like this."mark piacentini/div. chief folsom fd: "then you throw on top the number of life lost this close to the holidays it does leave an impact on you." ( robin ) that was marc thompson reporting. again -- the camp fire is now 100-percent contained after rain helped firefighters extinguish hot spots.it consumed more than 153-thousand acres. ( robin ) hundreds of migrants tried to cross into the u-s sunday.that led to a brief closure of a major port
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of entry between the u-s and mexico.john lorinc has more. a battle at the border...... nat sound of clashtwo seconds of nat sound of migrants, officialsabout 500 migrants tried to enter the u-s illegally sunday....stopped by federal and local authorities in mexico.in some cases tear gas was used to disperse the crowd.kathleen edwards/el cajon, california, resident"it was very scary, you know, i cross often and this is the first time i was just so afraid that i may just stay in america, but i mean it is what it is."president trump tweeting this weekend that migrants seeking asylum..... "will not be allowed into the united states until their claims are individually approved in court."voice of rep. maxine waters/d-california "it's a humanitarian crisis. they can't afford to take care of those people and feed those people and have them used as a waiting room, you know, as this president has wanted to them to do." mister trump even threatened to "close our southern border."sen. joni ernst/r-iowa"of course we don't want to see the border close...but you know what? the
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safety of our nation comes first."the rush of migrants led authorities to suspend all crossings at the largest border checkpoint between san diego and tijuana for a few hours sunday.more than three-dozen people were arrested at the border.mexican officials say the migrants who tried to enter the u-s sunday will be deported.i'm john lorinc reporting. ( james ) today former trump campaign adviser george papadopolous is set to start his 14-day prison sentence for lying to federal investigators in the russia probe. papadopoulous had asked a federal judge twice in the last ten days to pause his sentence. but the judge denied both of his requests yesterday. he said papadopoulos hadn't filed any court appeals within the window he was allowed. papadopoulos will surrender at a correctional camp this morning in wisconsin. in addition to his two-week prison sentence... he must pay a 95-hundred dollar fine... serve a year of probation and
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do 200 hours of community service. (robin) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news ... the busiest shopping weekend of the year continues today with cyber monday. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero.
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( robin )4 your money this morning...cyber monday has begun and according to the national retail federation... 75-million people are expected to take advantage of the internet bargains. retailers offer big savings online to wrap up the shopping ( robin ) many shoppers took advantage of deals at local businesses during small business saturday. customers were in and out of main street designs on first
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street in livermore. people were buying and admiring gifts in the shop.....its was all part of an effort to support local businesses during the holidays. ( robin ) this year marks the ninth small business saturday -- and the retail federation is forecasting an increase in holiday shopping sales of 4.3 to 4.8 percent over last year. nationwide -- shoppers are expected to spend as much as 720 billion dollars this holiday season. ( robin )as the holiday shopping season continues --- chances are good you'll use a credit card that pays you back for your purchases.a recent survey found cash-back credit cards are the most popular.kim hutcherson has more on today's
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consumer watch. who doesn't love cash rewards? when it comes to plastic-- cash-back is by far america's favorite credit card reward. that's according to a new survey by credit-cards-dot-com. it found 57-percent of surveyed adults have at least one rewards credit card.and the most popular type of rewards card was one that offered cash back.in fact, 43- percent of surveyed people said they had a card that offered a cash reward.only 13- percent of surveyed adults have an airline or hotel credit card.and 12-percent have a general travel credit card.the survey found most card-holders are taking advantage of the opportunity to earn free money.more than half of rewards cardholders have redeemed for cash within the past year.while another 29-percent swapped their points for gift cards which are just as good as cash. experts say other rewards like travel or hotel points are not as flexible as plain cash-- which could be used for virtually anything-- unlike
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travel perks.so, chose your plastic wisely this holiday season.for consumer watch-- i'm kim hutcherson. (robin) coming up on the kron four morning news... the family of the man shot and killed by police in alabama are calling for answers. (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport.
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welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week
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no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.
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an alabama family is demanding accountability and justice --after a police officer shot and killed a 21- year-old they thought was running from the scene of an altercation inside a mall in suburban birmingham. demonstrators gathered outside the mall through the weekend to demand answers.kim hutcherson has more. benjamin crump / family attorney: "it was the night they were just completely devastated."a family mourning the loss of one of their own -- emantic fitzgerald bradford junior.april pipkins / victim's mother: "thanksgiving will never be the same for me. that's the last time i saw my son."the 21-year-old was fatally shot by a police officer inside a suburban birmingham, alabama, shopping mall on thanksgiving night. emantic fitzgerald bradford sr. / victim's father: "it hurts me to the core. my son is gone, i can't get him back. you villify my son like he's a straight criminal."authorities claimed bradford was involved in an altercation and opened
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fire inside the mall -- injuring two people.police initally said the officer shot bradford because he was armed and appeared to be fleeing the scene.but just a day later -- authorities changed their story ...new evidence suggested bradford likely did not fire the shots.police say at least one gunman is still at large.benjamin crump / family attorney: "there's a murderer on the loose, largely becuase the police rushed to judgement"the family -- calling for accountability -- said they have not heard from police in any regard.april pipkins / victim's mother: "it's flashed all over social media. that is no way that any parent should have to find out the death of their child." through the weekend, demonstrators gathered outside the mall to demand justice.nat - what do we want? justice! april pipkins / victim's mother: "he loved people, he was not a killer." ( robin ) the murder trial for james alex fields junior is set to begin today.fields is accused of fatally mowing down 32-year-old heather heyer during a 2017 unite the right rally in charlottesville, virginia.several others were
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injured when fields allegedly plowed into a crowd of people demonstrating áagainstá the rally.the event drew self-described "white nationalists" and others who opposed the city's decision to remove a confederate statue from a nearby park.fields has pleaded ánot guilty to murder and malicious wounding charges. he separately faces federal hate crime charges. ( robin )more than 100 gambling machines were found inside a houston church this weekend.firefighters made the discovery after responding to reports of a fire inside the word of life church friday evening.harris county sheriff's deputies were called to the scene...and several people were led out of the building in handcuffs.pastor anthony scott says his church has nothing to do with the incident. ( robin )an
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investigation into the game room is ( robin ) republican senators are calling for a briefing on the murder of washington post journalist jamal khashoggi.this comes after top g-o-p members criticized president trump last week for backing saudi arabia after the c-i-a concluded that the crown prince mohammed bin salman ordered the killing.now, senators lindsay graham... bob corker and others say they want to know more about that possible connection.corker -- who is chairman of the senate foreign relations committee -- said last week that he wants a full senate briefing before senators decide about what actions to take against saudi arabia. (robin) and here's a live look outside...from the sutro cam. (james) time now for a live look outside at the richmond bridge.
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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 )
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( robin ) it was a big weekend for college football. with a lot of universities playing their hotly contested in-state rivalries. but for one powerhouse school, they had to use a unique method to get their field ready for the game. this was the scene at bryant-denny stadium saturday morning. the university of alabama used two helicopters to dry off the field before their clash with auburn university. alabama ended up winning that game comfortably by more than 30 points. ( robin )if you ever needed an excuse to eat cake for breakfast, you're in luck day! cake is a long-time favorite treat for a varierty of events like bridal showers, weddings, of course birthdays. but today you don't need any of those, just grabe a slice and enjoy.
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( robin ) still to come on the kron4 morning news... 'll have a live report on cyber monday here in the bay area and some of the best deals available on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. ( robin ) we'll also have the latest on the camp fire after officials announced this weekend that it is now 100 percent contained. ( robin ) and we'll have the latest on a violent clash at the u-s mexico border between law enforcement and migrants seeking asylum. (ácommercialá) (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá) this little home of mine,
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♪ i'm gonna let it shine. ♪ it's energy saving time, ♪ i'm gonna reduce mine. ♪ californians all align ♪ to let our great state shine. ♪ let it shine, ♪ the power's ours to let it shine! ♪ ( darya ) good morning i'm
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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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much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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the maze to sf. ( james ) a big story this morning. tear gas and tensions at the border. as hundreds of migrants tried to cross into the u-s.( darya ) that led to the brief closure of a major port of entry between mexico and the u-s yesterday afternoon. john lawrence has the story. a battle at the border...... nat sound of clashtwo seconds of nat sound of migrants, officialsabout 500 migrants tried to enter the u-s illegally sunday....stopped by federal and local authorities in mexico.in some cases tear gas was used to disperse the crowd.kathleen edwards/el cajon, california, resident"it was very scary, you know, i cross often and this is the first time i was just so afraid that i may just stay in america, but i mean it is what it is."president trump tweeting this weekend that migrants seeking asylum..... "will not be allowed into the
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united states until their claims are individually approved in court."voice of rep. maxine waters/d-california "it's a humanitarian crisis. they can't afford to take care of those people and feed those people and have them used as a waiting room, you know, as this president has wanted to them to do." mister trump even threatened to "close our southern border."sen. joni ernst/r-iowa"of course we don't want to see the border close...but you know what? the safety of our nation comes first."the rush of migrants led authorities to suspend all crossings at the largest border checkpoint between san diego and tijuana for a few hours sunday.more than three-dozen people were arrested at the border.mexican officials say the migrants who tried to enter the u-s sunday will be deported.i'm john lorinc reporting. ( james ) the mayor of tijuana said he wouldn't let the migrants' actions damage the city's relationship with the u-s. he is calling for the mexican government to help with the situation. president trump responding this morning to the incidents at the u-s mexico border saying in part... they are not
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coming into the u-s-a. we will close the border permanently if need be. congress fund the wall!. ( james ) a big story this morning... the camp fire in butte county is now 100-percent contained. the massive fire began the morning of november 8th near the town of paradise and has since become the most destructive wildfire in california history. the butte county sheriff's office and cal fire have reported 85 people have been killed by the fire and nearly 3-hundred people are still unaccounted for. the fire destroyed over 18- thousand structures in butte county. ( darya ) a big story this morning... reuben foster has been released from the 49ers after he was arrested in tampa over the weekend. foster was arrested for domestic violence saturday at the team hotel in tampa ahead of the 49ers game sunday. foster was released on bond yesterday afternoon. we
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met up with niners fans who say everyone deserves their time in court but says the team needed to cut their ties with foster to maintain their integrity. ( darya ) according to court records... the victim is foster's on-and-off again girlfriend who he has had a history with after he was arrested in february following an incident at his home... those charges were dropped after she said she lied about the incident. ( james ) in the east bay... a woman was robbed and sexually assaulted at her home in berkeley. police say a man broke into the home around 6 yesterday morning at an apartment along the 24- hundred block of blake street. police are still looking for the attacker. neighbors say they are on high alert after the attack saying it does not usually happen in their neighborhood but we talked to one resident who says she isn't surprised. < i have like a friend who had
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their place broken into like three times or something insane so it does happen it's just like word of mouth you don't really hear about it as much>( james ) police say the attacker is an african- american man in his 20s to 30s. anyone with information about this incident is asked to call berkeley police ( james ) on the peninsula... police in palo alto are looking for a man who exposed himself to a teenage girl. this is the sketch of the man. investigators say the 14-year- old girl was walking her dog on east meadow drive last week when the suspect pulled up to the curb in a light brown or gold four door sedan. she says he asked for directions and exposed himself. the vehicle was last seen traveling east bound on east meadow drive. ( darya ) police in san leandro are investigating a body that was pulled out of the water near the san leandro marina. a passer-by walking the bay trail near the marina called police around 3:30 yesterday afternoon after finding the body. polcie say there was no initial suggestion of foul play and
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they were unsure how long the body was in the water. the body has been turned over to the alameda county coroner's office for indentification. ( darya ) a tiburon woman who died after crashing into a parked california highway patrol vehicle in sausalito saturday has been identified as 72-year-old laura lee pino. police say pino was driving on southbound on 101 near the spencer avenue off- ramp at 8 in the morning when her 2003 toyota corolla hydroplaned and slammed into the c-h-p car. two c-h-p officers had stopped in the area to help a driver whose vehicle had spun out and blocked the slow lane of the freeway. they were placing flares at the scene when one officer saw the toyota coming toward them. the officer was able to jump into the back seat of the chp vehicle and avoid being hit by the car. the officer was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries. ( james ) new this morning... three juveniles have been arrested after leading martinez police
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on a 13-mile chase in a stolen car. the cahse happened yesterday... these are pictures after the juveniles were arrested. police say the car involved in the chase was reported stolen on november 19th. a license plate reading camera on alhambra avenue captured the car... and that's when polcie attempted to pull the car over. but the driver led police onto highway 4. a few miles east of hercules the car hit a curb destroying the right front tire... that's when the car came to a stop and the juveniles were arrested. ( james ) the d-m-v is extending hours for a handful of offices here in the bay area. offices at oakland... san jose.. davis and turlock will be open one hour earlier each weekday áexcept wednesday. if you would like a complete list of the offices that are now open earlier you can head to our webstie... kron 4 dot com. ( darya ) and the u-s postal service will start delivering mail as early as 5-30 in the morning. the change is happening in the coming weeks. it comes as the u-s-p-s
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ramps up package deliveries for the holidays. the postal service projects a double digit increase in package volume this year. saying more than 900 million packages will be delivered between thanksgiving and new year's day. and this year it is shifting focus from the busiest day to the busiest week. which they say will be december 17 to the 23-rd. ( james )( james ) speaking of deliveries... amazon is preparing for what's expected to be the largest cyber monday in history. ( darya ) kron 4's will tran is live at the amazon fullfillment center in tracy with the latest... will?
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( darya ) thanks will. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... long time bay area journalist and radio host is missing. what officials know about the disapperance. ( james ) plus... we have the very latest on the ferry accident that happened at the san francisco ferry building last friday. ( james )( james ) and
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after the break... the family of the man shot and killed by police in alabama are calling for answers after police say the gunman is still on the loose. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. checking the bay bridge commute on wb 80. your drive time is less than 30 min from the maze to fremont (burke) parking splat. and we covered it.
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back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast.
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much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week. no major hot spots. bay no major hot spots. bay bridge
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880 to 101. ( darya ) long time bay area journalist and radio host -- ray taliaferro (tally-a-fare-oh) -- is missing.( james ) the 79-year-old was last seen in kentucky more than two weeks ago. back in the 70s he was partof the kron4 family as a news anchor. kron 4's michelle kingston spoke to some of his former co-workers.
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michelle kingston, mkingstonnewsi just spoke to the paducah kentucky sheriff -- who says taliferro and his new wife of just six months were out there looking at property she had inherited.. she told law enforcement when she was walking the property she turned around and ray had left in their rental car.pat thurston, kgo radio"i'm worried. i'm really worried. ray taliaferro -- a man many call a san francisco legend -- reported missing in paducah kentucky on november 10 ... he's a man that many people listened to on kgo radio in the bay area for years.friends say he was also the president of the arts commission, leukemia society and the naacp in san francisco.john rothmann, kgo radio"millions of people spent the night with ray taliaferro monday through friday 1am to 5am ... you couldn't miss ray taliaferro. his wonderful commitment to human rights, his wonderful commitment to san francisco and his wonderful commitment to people."pat thurston, kgo radio"he's one of those talents that is bigger than life. he's one of the people that you just dream of being somebody like ray. always true to himself. a heart of gold." he was last seen talking to a manager at the mellow mushroom pizza restaurant in paducah kentucky -- wearing a black leather jacket and black pants. this flyer warns he may be
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experiencing disorientation and signs of dementia.pat thurston, kgo radio"i'm heart sick. i'm worried to death." john rothmann, kgo radio"and because we believe he'll be ok. we are very optimistic, but the greatest thing we can do for ray is anybody who spots him, let us know and of course we want to keep him in our prayers."michellethe paducah kentucky sheriff says they hope ray is on his way back home to san francisco.but they say they do not believe he has a cell phone or any credit cards with him.the sheriff tells me the wife is coming in to the office tomrorow for an interview and that she is cooperating with the investigation.live in san francisco michelle kingston kron 4 news ( darya )( darya ) ( darya ) in the east
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bay... oakland police have arrested a woman for d-u-i of more than twice the legal limit after she crashed into a parked car. c-h-p responded to a crash after receiving several calls of a black s-u-v driving recklessly on 580 near lakeshore drive. they say the car took out an electrical box.. drove over the sidewalk and crashed into a parked car at a gas station. no one was in the parked car. the driver was also arrested for driving with a suspended license for a previous d-u-i and booked into the santa rita jail. ( darya ) in national news... an alabama family is demanding accountability and justice after a police officer shot a killed 21-year- old they thought was fleeing the scene of a fight inside a mall. the shooting the shooting happened thursday night inside a suburban
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birmingham mall. police thought emantic fitzgerald bradford junior was involved in the fight and opened fire inside the mall... injuring two people. police initally said the officer shot bradford because he was armed and appeared to be fleeing the scene. but now officers say new evidence suggests bradford likely did not fire the shots... and least one gunman is still at large. through the demonstrators outside the demand justice ( james ) today former trump campaign adviser george papadopolous is set to start his 14-day prison sentence for lying to federal investigators in the russia probe. papadopoulous had asked a federal judge twice in the last ten days to pause his sentence. but the judge denied both of his requests yesterday. he said papadopoulos hadn't filed any court appeals within the window he was allowed. papadopoulos will surrender at a correctional camp this morning in wisconsin. in addition to his two-week prison sentence... he must pay a 95-hundred dollar fine... serve a year of probation and do 200 hours of community
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service. ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...victims of the woolsey fire in southern california are taking legal action just as they start to put their lives together again. ( james ) and after the break...some of the businesses offering extra discounts to families who lost everything during the camp fire.
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much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday thiseek. ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) the holiday
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weekend drew bargain hunters out to the stores... but for some in butte county.. those deals are helping them replace what was lost in the fire. camp fire evacuees were seen at the roseville galleria looking for deals. the manager at macy's says they are giving away so called disaster assistance vouchers that range from 10-percent to 30-percent back to hose affected by the fire. one woman spent the weekend shopping for a family that is staying with her through the holidays so she wanted to help them restock their closets. most stores at the mall were offering extra discounts to fire evacuees. ( james ) coming up next...why the oakland dioceses is waiting to release the names of the clergy accused of sexually abusing minors. ( sara ) and i'm live in san francsico following the ferry accident at the ferry building.. as the ferry will be running on a normal schedule today.
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( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of
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60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) ( darya ) happening today... the golden gate ferry will be running on normal schedule following the accident on friday.( james ) kron 4's sara stinson is live at the ferry building with the latest... sara? the golden gate ferry is working to make sure there are no disruptions to the schedule after friday's crash.the ferry
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involved in the crash is still being repaired so officials with the golden gate bridge district say they are down one ship.but to maintain the schedule one of the other six other vessels will be used and the schedule will remain the same.the crash happened on friday at two in the afternoon - 53 passengers were abroad the larkspur - san francisco ferry.two people were injured and treated on scene.the investigation into how and why the ferry crashed into the dock is ongoing.ferry managment met over the weekend to understand what happened and discuss how to avoid this from happening in the future. many people on board during the crash say there was no warning during the crash - we'll be talking to passengers this morning here at the ferry terminal.i'm live in san francisco, sara stinson, kron four news.###
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( james ) thanks sara. ( darya ) the oakland diocese is delaying its release of the names of all clergy credibly accused of sexual abuse of minors. back in october, the diocese said it would release the names in the coming days. now it wants to contact all survivors in advance of the public announcement. the oakland diocese says it also wants to spend more time verifying the information that they have on priest from religious orders and from other dioceses. the newsletter is now expected to
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come out at the beginning of next year. ( james ) in southern california the woolsey fire is 100-percent contained. the fire burned more than 96- thousand acres and killed three people. there are still mandatory evacuations in place in ventura county. ( james ) some victims of that fire are now filing lawsuits. they are blaming the local utility for sparking the fire that destroyed their homes. patrick mcnicholas is one of the attorneys representing victims of the woolsey fire against socal edison. they held a town hall meeting over the weekend to talk about victims rights, insurance coverage and steps toward rebuilding. mcnicholas says his firm has hired experts to help them prove socal edison caused the fire. ,
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( james ) some of the victims say they know that litigation could take up to two years, but they say it is worth the wait. ( darya ) a resident in modesto made a gruesome discovery over the weekend after finding human remains buried in their backyard. the resident says they were digging a hole to bury a family pet when they discovered the decomposed remains. the stanislaus county sheriff's county confirmed the remains were indeed human and they say its probably been there for months. detectives are considering this incident a possible homicide. ( darya ) concord police need your help identifying a man caught on camera stealing a package. they say he was on a bike riding around the neighborhood before coming to a front porch to take a package. if you have any information about the suspect call concord police.police. concord police. ( darya )( darya ) a man
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is facing charges this morning after concord police say he ran onto the roof of an apartment complex to avoid being arrested. police say 42-year-old kevin villatoro was on the roof of the building on hillsborough court. officers were there to arrest two people at the location when villatoro ran to the roof. a chp helicopter helped police find and arrest the suspect. ( james ) a few lucky passengers were able to get through s-f-o on time during sunday's big travel day following the thanksgiving holiday. t-s-a predicted that 2-point-7 million travelers would fly home on sunday. airport duty manager maria buico (boy-co) says they were prepared.. yesterday more than a dozen flights were canceled and more than 200 flights delayed. but with the thousands of travelers at s-f-o most flights were running on time.
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managed to get out while it was still raining and it didn't turn into snow just yet and i had a pretty smooth flight.">( james ) sfo had an average of two to three hour delays to get in and out of chicago but most seemed to be running on time. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... we hear from a nurse who has just returned home after volunteering to help during the camp fire. ( james ) plus... we take a look at one local company that took advantage of holiday traffic on small business saturday. ( james ) and next... nasa's insight is set to land on the red planet today... we have where in the bay area you can get a glimpse of the landing. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the under sunny cool range of 60's a comfortably today will peak in temperatures weekend much like this much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. maze to sf. min from the maze to sf. ( james ) nasa's insight is making its final descent towards mars. the spacecraft is expected to land on the surface of the red planet today around noon. insight is the first mission to study the deep interior of mars. it launched from vandenberg air force base on may 5th of this year. insight will study mars in hopes of learning how earth - formed. in oakland at the chabot space and science center will host a livestream of the landing at 11 this morning in the planetarium and megadome theaters.
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( james ) coming up after the break...what's behind the national recall of ready-to-eat pork products.
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( darya )( robin ) checking bay area roads before you head out the door.. no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. no delays on 101 much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely much like this weekend
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temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week. ( james )( james ) are returning home following
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the devastation in the camp fire.( darya ) a nurse in walnut creet is among the people who went to help out in the fire zone. she shared
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her experience with kron 4's philippe djegal. (philippe) in the past year... walnut creek native tammi bachecki (buh-check-ee) has traveled to puerto rico... volunteering her services as a nurse to victims of hurricane maria. last month, she was in florida helping those devestated by hurricane michael... and, for the past week, she's been stateside -- in butte county... supporting families in chico, who lost everything in the camp fire.tammi bechecki/nurse- "a lot of what we were seeing, you know, from the medical standpoint, were patients with asthma, that have, or copd, that were having exacerbations from the smoke due to the air. air quality in the bay area was horrible, but in chico, it was so, so thick, um, you could barely see the sun." and, although bachecki makes her living as a registered nurse here in the intensive care unit at kaiser permanente's walnut creek medical center... she says what she was emersed in in butte county... will stick with her forever... and, that it was an emotionally draining
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experience.tammi bechecki/nurse- "a lot of tears, a lot of hugs, um, and then you know, a lot of smiling through the tears as well. a lot of the people in the shelter, knew they were in a dire situation were trying to make the best of it." tammi drove up to chico a week ago -- part of a team of 11 nurses and one nurse practitioner representing national nurses united's registered nurse response network. bechecki returned to the bay area thursday night. tammi bechecki/nurse- "and, actually a couple of the nurses, uh, have actually gone back up to continue to help. they had some time off work." she wishes these natural disasters were less frequent. tammi bechecki/nurse- "all of these hurricanes and fires and flooding, is you know, that just shows us global warming is happening and we need to do something about it because people are dying." and, she's tired of seeing it happen on her watch.tammi bechecki/nurse- "you know, i always kind of give myself a little time to kind of regroup, reenergize before going out again, and unfortunately, uh, you know, there will be a need again --
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somewhere." unfortunately, she's right. in walnut creek, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( darya ) many shoppers took advantage of deals at local businesses during small business saturday. customers were in and out of main street designs on first street in livermore. people were buying and admiring gifts in the shop.....its was all part of an effort to support local businesses during the holidays. ( darya )( darya ) this year marks the ninth small business saturday -- and the retail federation is forecasting an increase in holiday shopping sales of 4.3 to 4.8 percent over last year. nationwide -- shoppers are expected to spend as much as 720 billion dollars this holiday season. ( james ) it's that time of year.. voluneeters dressed
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in red ringing bells next to coin collecting kettles is a holiday season staple. but the largest non-profit fundraising campaign in the nation isn't taking in what they used to. the parent company hasn't officially said what the cause is but bell ringers say they think its because no one carries cash anymore. the salvation army has tried credit card readers in the past.. but people didn't use them. now bell rigners are handing out cards with a website on them to people who only carry plastic and want to donate. ( james ) for your health this morning. a listeria outbreak in several states is linked to vietnamese ready-to-eat pork products. the c-d-c says long phung products in houston is recalling food items that were shipped nationwide. four people have been hospitalized after eating anchovy-marinated pork patty rolls. listeria is especially dangerous for anyone over the age of 65... pregnant or people with a weak immune system. typical symptoms include headache, fever, muscle pain,and
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convulsions. the c-d-c says to throw the products away and sanitize any shelf or drawer where the pork was stored. ( james ) coming up in the next hour... scary moments for a man after he was attacked by a shark in the bahamas.
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( james ) as expected, it was a big weekend at the box office, with a pair of sequels leading the way. ( darya ) david daniel has the recap. "bohemian rhapsody" topped the 150-million mark in domestic box office with a fifth-place weekend worth 13-point-nine million dollars. "fantastic beasts: the crimes of grindelwald" fell from first to fourth place, conjuring up 29-point-seven million dollars. "the grinch" fell from second to third -- 30- point-two million dollars gave the animated tale 180-million domestic."you in this house all alone! who been taking care of you? me! i been here for you.""creed two" answered the bell with a solid second place showing: 35-point-three million dollars, and 55-point-eight million since opening on wednesday."we are in the internet! come on, ralph!"the animated sequel "ralph breaks the internet" led the way with a 55-point-seven million-dollar weekend -- and a five-day total of 84-and-a-half
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million, second only to "frozen" as the best thanksgiving weekend ever. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( darya ) coming up in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news... we'll have a live report on cyber monday here in the bay area and some of the best deals available on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. ( darya ) we'll also have the latest on the camp fire after officials announced this weekend that it is now 100-percent contained. ( darya ) and we'll have the latest on a violent clash at the u-s mexico border between law enforcement and migrants seeking asylum. ♪ this little home of mine,
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morning with a check of weather and traffic... much like this weekend much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or
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haze to start this week no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond
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bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( darya ) our top story this morning ... 49ers linebacker reuben foster has been released from the team after he was arrested for domestic violence in tampa over the weekend. ( james ) this is his latest booking photo.kron 4's alecia reid has the latest on his arrest ... and reaction from 49er fans in the east bay. everyone deserves their day in court.and reuben foster was released from jail on his own recognizance.the young man needs to get his life together, make some better choiceswhile fans watched the 49ers play the tampa bay buccaneers sunday, there was one player missing ... and after this domestic violence charge ... he won't be coming back.i dont blame the 9ers. they shouldve let him go. especially with his track recordright before the game against the buccaneers, the 49er organization cut the linebacker from the team. we're only getting bits and
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pieces of what happened, but from what i understand it's the same young lady he was with before so the organization has to cut their ties to maintain their integritywe encountered some die hard niner fans that have been following foster's career ... who say ...reuben's had a difficult childhood, a very difficult upbringing. he's had a couple domestic violence incidents. this is the second one we know of with this particular female. so it's gonna be tough for him to rebound. he's gotta get his life togeher off the field before anything else.fresh out of jail, the 24 year old has no team, but some feel this isn't the end for him.i think he'll get picked up again. i doubt it'll be this season. but i think if he gets the proper help. hopefully his support staff will help him get the help he needs so he can make better decisions so someone will ick him up again. he's very talented.he's gotta figure it out if hes gonna have a successful career in the nfl. otherwise he'll just go by the waysidethe woman foster has been dating on/off for the last 3 years claims he slapped the phone out of her hand, shoved her in the chest, then slapped her across face. due to the climate of our country, women are not believed and that's a concern of mine.he's got some issues off the field. that's why he dropped to 31 in the draft. reporting from san leandro ... ar ... kron 4 news.... kron 4
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news. ( darya ) a big story this morning out of southern california ... where hundreds of migrants tried to cross into the u-s. that led to the brief closure of a major port of entry in san diego.( james ) witnesses say it was chaotic scene ... where nearly 5- hundred migrants rushed the border. border patrol officials say they used tear gas to disperse would-be
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crossers in response to agents being hit with rocks. no border patrol agents were injured in the chaos.the rush of migrants led authorities to suspend all crossings between san diego and tijuana for a few hours. ( darya ) more than three-dozen people were arrested at the border. mexican officials say the migrants who tried to enter the u-s sunday will be deported. ( james ) the mayor of tijuana said he wouldn't let the migrants' actions damage the city's relationship with the u-s. he is calling for the mexican government to help with the situation. president trump responding this morning to the incidents at the u-s mexico border saying in part... they are not coming into the u-s-a. we will close the border permanently if need be. congress fund the wall!. ( darya ) happening
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today... the golden gate ferry will be running on normal schedule following the accident on friday.( james ) kron 4's sara stinson is live at the ferry building with the latest... sara? the golden the golden gate ferry is working to make sure there are no disruptions to the schedule after friday's crash.the ferry involved in the crash is still
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being repaired so officials with the golden gate bridge district say they are down one ship.but to maintain the schedule one of the other six other vessels will be used and the schedule will remain the same.the crash happened on friday at two in the afternoon - 53 passengers were abroad the larkspur - san francisco ferry.two people were injured and treated on scene.the investigation into how and why the ferry crashed into the dock is ongoing.ferry managment met over the weekend to understand what happened and discuss how to avoid this from happening in the future. many people on board during the crash say there was no warning during the crash - we'll be talking to passengers this morning here at the ferry terminal.i'm live in san francisco, sara stinson, kron four news.###
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( james ) thanks sara. ( darya ) in the east bay... a woman was robbed and sexually assaulted at her home in berkeley. this is video of berkeley police patrolling the neighborhood where it happened. police say a man broke into the home around 6 yesterday morning at an apartment along the 24-hundred block of blake street. police are still looking for the attacker ... who is described as an african- american man in his 20s to 30s. anyone with information about this incident is asked to call berkeley police ( darya )on the peninsula... police in palo alto are
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looking for a man who exposed himself to a teenage girl. this is the sketch of the man. investigators say the 14-year-old girl was walking her dog on east meadow drive last week when the man pulled up to the curb in a light brown or gold four door sedan. she says he asked for directions and exposed himself. the vehicle was last seen traveling east bound on east meadow drive. ( james ) police in san leandro are investigating a body that was pulled out of the water near the san leandro marina. a passer-by walking the bay trail near the marina called police around 3:30 yesterday afternoon after finding the body. polcie say there was no initial suggestion of foul play and they were unsure how long the body was in the water. the body has been turned over to the alameda county coroner's office for indentification. ( james ) a tiburon woman who died after crashing into a parked california highway patrol vehicle in sausalito saturday has been identified
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as 72-year-old laura lee pino. police say pino was driving on southbound on 101 near the spencer avenue off- ramp at 8 in the morning when her 2003 toyota corolla hydroplaned and slammed into the c-h-p car. two c-h-p officers had stopped in the area to help a driver whose vehicle had spun out and blocked the slow lane of the freeway. they were placing flares at the scene when one officer saw the toyota coming toward them. the officer was able to jump into the back seat of the chp vehicle and avoid being hit by the car. the officer was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries. ( james ) new this morning... three juveniles have been arrested after leading martinez police on a 13-mile chase in a stolen car. the cahse happened yesterday... these are pictures after the juveniles were arrested. police say the car involved in the chase was reported stolen on november 19th. a license plate reading camera on alhambra avenue captured the car... and that's when polcie attempted to pull the car
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over. but the driver led police onto highway 4. a few miles east of hercules the car hit a curb destroying the right front tire... that's when the car came to a stop and the juveniles were arrested. ( darya ) in the east bay... oakland police have arrested a woman for d-u-i of more than twice the legal limit after she crashed into a parked car. c-h-p responded to a crash after receiving several calls of a black s-u-v driving recklessly on 580 near lakeshore drive. they say the car took out an electrical box.. drove over the sidewalk and crashed into a parked car at a gas station. no one was in the parked car. the driver was also arrested for driving with a suspended license for a previous d-u-i and booked into the santa rita jail. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... long time bay area journalist and radio host is missing. what officials know about the disapperance. ( darya ) plus ... the
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family of the man shot and killed by police in alabama are calling for answers after police say the gunman is still on the loose. ( darya ) and the camp fire is fully contained.we'll hear from firefighters who are back home after fighting the fire. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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( james ) taking a look outside at tahoe ... you can see snow blanketing the roads in tahoe city.the sierra seeing snowfall over the weekend ... and more could be on the way this week. (darya)(james)( robin ) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic this morning.
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( james ) a big story this morning... the camp fire in butte county is now 100-percent contained. the massive fire began the morning of november 8th near the town of paradise and has since become the most destructive wildfire in california history. the butte county sheriff's office and cal fire have reported 85 people have been killed by the fire and nearly 3-hundred people are still unaccounted for. the fire destroyed over 18- thousand structures in butte county.( james ) crews from the folsom and sacramento fire departments spent nearly three weeks on the front lines of the camp fire. now they're back home ... and sharing stories with marc thompson. the folsom strike team arrived at the camp fire thursday afternoon, just as the blaze was tearing throughout town.mark piacentini/div. chief folsom fd: "basically our primary
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missions was evacuations and rescue"as the flames bore down the folsom crew made several daring rescues, but soon found themselves cut off and needing to make a quick escape.mark piacentini/div. chief folsom fd: "we were able to save ourselves so to speak, and in that process we found some other people who were trapped by debris trees, wires, etc. we assisted in getting them out."using every available means...mark piacentini/div. chief folsom fd: "we put them in our truck, our fire engines. there were other civilians that were coming down and we were able to flag them down."at the same time nearby - a sacramento strike team was moving towards paradise.their mission - to save structures in a town already ablaze.capt. rick marrs/sacramento fire department: "when you roll into town and safeway is on fire, and mcdonalds is gone and everything around it is gone. that day i knew it was a big one and we were going to be there for a while."with limited resources the sacramento crew saved house after house.but it's the ones they uldn't protect they'll remember the most.capt. rick marrs/sacramento fire department: "when i turn
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around and have to walk away from a house. and i look at that house and think this is someone's retirement home and everything they have is inside that house and there's nothing i can do."but both crews say the people of paradise were grateful, reaching out however they could to offer thanks. selfless gestures from people who themselves have lost so much.capt. rick marrs/sacramento fire department: "i've been out on other strike teams before and wildland fires before, but nothing like this."mark piacentini/div. chief folsom fd: "then you throw on top the number of life lost this close to the holidays it does leave an impact on you." ( james ) that was marc thompson reporting. 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.. ( darya ) in southern california the woolsey fire is 100-percent contained. the fire burned more than 96- thousand acres and killed three people. there are still mandatory evacuations in
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place in ventura county. ( darya ) in national news... an alabama family is demanding accountability and justice after a police officer shot a killed 21-year- old they thought was fleeing the scene of a fight inside a mall. the shooting happened thursday night inside a suburban birmingham mall. police thought emantic fitzgerald bradford junior was involved in the fight and opened fire inside the mall... injuring two people. police initally said the officer shot bradford because he was armed and appeared to be fleeing the scene. but now officers say new evidence suggests bradford likely did not fire the shots... and police say at least one gunman is still at large. through the weekend, demonstrators gathered outside the mall to demand justice ( james ) coming up next...why the oakland dioceses is waiting to release the names of the clergy accused of sexually abusing
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minors. ( james ) and you'll see the video of a man attacked by a shark in the bahamas. he survives and talks about the scary experience.
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(robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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the mateo bridge min from 880 gat bridge than 30 min toll plaza. bridge drive min from the toll to 101 ( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) one man spent his thanksgiving being grateful for being alive ... after he was attacked by a shark.( james ) take a look at the video. will krause, is his name. he was spearfishing with friends in the bahamas during the summer. you can see the shark swim up to him and bite him in the back of the neck and head. krause was bleeding heavily as his friends helped him get to the surface. he has recovered from the bite and put up the video on thanksgiving ... saying the attack gave him a new perspective how to live the rest of his life. ( james ) still ahead ... cyber monday is expected to be the biggest ever.the
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biggest ever. we'll have a look inside amazons fullfillment center in tracy. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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(james)(darya) lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny much like this weekend
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temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 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 ( james ) a big story this morning... businesses are preparing for what's expected to be the largest cyber monday in history.( darya ) kron 4's will tran is at the amazon fullfillment center in tracy with how they are getting ready for shipments. cyber monday has begun and according to the national retail federation... 75- million people are expected to take advantage of the internet bargains. retailers offer big savings online to wrap up
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the shopping weekend. cyber monday has begun and according to the national retail federation... 75- million people are expected to take advantage of the internet bargains. retailers offer big savings online to wrap up the shopping weekend. weekend. shopping to wrap up the shopping weekend.
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( darya ) speaking of deliveries . the u-s postal service will start delivering mail as early as 5-30 in the morning. the change is happening in the coming weeks. it comes as the u-s-p-s ramps up package deliveries for the holidays. the postal service projects a double digit increase in package volume this year. saying more than 900 million packages will be delivered between thanksgiving and new year's day. and this year it is shifting focus from the busiest day to the busiest week. which they say will be december 17 to the 23-rd. ( darya ) concord police need your help identifying a man caught on camera stealing a package. they say he was on a bike riding around the neighborhood before coming to a front porch to take a package. if you have any information about the suspect call concord police.
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( james ) happening today...investigators are expected to meet with the wife of long time bay area journalist and radio host, ray taliaferro (tally-a-fare-oh). the 79-year-old went missing earlier this month. he was last seen at a pizza restaurant in paducah kentucky more than two weeks ago. deputies say he and his new wife of six months were out there looking at property she had inherited.. she told law enforcement when she was walking the property she turned around and ray had left in their rental car. the sheriff's office says they do not believe he has a cell phone or any credit cards with him. taliaferro is a legendary broadcaster who many listened to on kgo radio in the bay area for years.
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but the greatest thing we can do for ray is anybody who spots him, let us know and of course we want to keep him in our prayers."> ( james ) friends say he was also the president of the arts commission, leukemia society and the naacp in san francisco. ( darya ) a resident in modesto made a gruesome discovery over the weekend after finding human remains buried in their backyard. the resident says they were digging a hole to bury a family pet when they discovered the decomposed remains. the stanislaus county sheriff's county confirmed the remains were indeed human and they say its probably been there for months. detectives are considering this incident a possible homicide. ( darya ) coming up next...why the oakland dioceses is waiting to release the names of the clergy accused of sexually abusing
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minors. ( darya ) plus ... the 49ers try to look past the arrest of reuben foster ... as they took on the buccaneers. ( darya ) and the dmv is offering more relief for long lines.details on the new extended hours at some offices in the bay area. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. forecast. (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. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( james ) the d-m-v is extending hours for a handful of offices here in the bay area. offices at oakland... san jose.. davis
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and turlock will be open one hour earlier each weekday áexcept wednesday. if you would like a complete list of the offices that are now open earlier you can head to our webstie... kron 4 dot com. ( james ) still ahead in the next hour. we hear from a nurse who has just returned home after volunteering to help during the camp fire. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) monday only!... at kohl's... shop cyber doorbusters! plus - get $15 kohl's cash for every $50 spent! get the fitbit versa... kitchen electrics... and $2.99 bath towels or pillows! plus - take an extra 20% off!... cyber monday only!... at kohl's! hebreakfast makers, takers, step counters,
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outdoor explorers, faith restorers, appointment keepers, fantastic creatures. farmer's market goers, cholesterol lowerers cell phone silencers. the new lease on lifers, and the positive thinkers. here's to you all that see every day as an opportunity to thrive your way.
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( james ) bad weather is caused travel headaches for people across the country.snow causing cancelled and delayed flights yesterday. some airports had to spend time de-icing their planes. (james)(darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic... much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this
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week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week.
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major hot spot accident on the bay bridge eb 80 before the tunnel righ tlane closed. bay
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bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. wb 580 slows from richmond pkwy to the tolls ( james ) in the east bay ... the oakland diocese says it will 'not' be releasing the names of all clergy credibly accused of sexual abuse of minors in the coming days... as initially stated in october. kron four's terisa estacio has the latest.
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backtracking from its initial announcement that it would be transparent and it would make public all the names of clergy credibly accused of sexual abuse of minors... the oakland diocese is now publishing in it's newsletter to parishioners that it is pushing back it's publication to after the first of the year... it states the reasons are two fold... one that it is essential to contact all survivors in advance of a public announcement... and two quote... it is important we spend more time verifying the information we have on priests from religious orders and from other dioceses who served in the oakland diocese... rection was strong and swift... i reached out to kathy stonebraker... who recently shared at length her story... accusing james keenan of years of abuse. she is now suing the diocese and james keenan, who left the church.. in a
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statement, kathy said quote " this is unacceptabale and once again, the holy see, bishops, cardinals, oakland docese are to be accountable and i will continue to speak and fight for all kids... her attorney... also had a scathing reaction to the delay... "the oakland diocese has once again demonstrated that it puts its own selfish interets before those of the hundreds of children so grievously harmed by it's priests."the diocese back in the fall did say that it was the right thing to do... terisa estacio, kron four news. ( darya )now to bay area football. the 49ers still had a the 49ers still had a game to play ... after the arrest of reuben foster over the weekend.( james ) but the distraction was
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probably a factor in their loss to the buccaneers. in the 2nd quarter ... nick mullens throws a t-d. but robbie gould would miss the extra point so it's 7-6 bucs. and the bucs would command the rest of the game. in the 4th quarter ... mullens throws it deep but gets picked off. the final score ... tampa bay 27, san francisco 9. the niners travel to seattle to take on the seahawks next sunday. ( darya ) as for the raiders ... they took on the baltimore ravens. it was a bad game all around for the raiders. 2nd quarter .....the raiders up 7-3 ... but a punt return touchdown by the ravens would set the tone for the game. the raiders offense did not do enough to win the game.the raiders fall 34-17. it doesn't get any easier for oakland ... they host the red hot kansas city chiefs next sunday. (james) james adlib james adlib big board.
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( james ) coming up at 7 o'clock. nasa's insight is set to land on the red planet today... we have where in the bay area you can get a glimpse of the landing.
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major hot spot accident on the bay bridge eb 80 before the tunnel righ tlane closed much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week no smoke or haze to start this week with the return of rainy conditions on tuesday. skies will likely remain rainy through thursday this week. ( james )coming up in the next hour . we have the very latest on the ferry accident that happened at the san francisco ferry building last friday. ( james ) and we'll also have the latest on the camp fire after officials announced this weekend that it is now 100-percent contained.
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( james ) and details on a violent clash at the u-s mexico border between law enforcement and migrants seeking asylum. (ácommercialá) darya folsom.. (james) and i'm james
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fletcher. lets start the
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morning with a check of weather and traffic... major hot spot accident on the bay bridge eb 80 before the tunnel righ tlane closed01 much like this weekend temperatures today will peak in a comfortably cool range of 60's under sunny skies. unlike the start of last week

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