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buildings in antioch were defaced with swastikas, racial slurs, and profanity. good evening i'm grant lodes. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. police just released the photo of the suspect. and as kron 4's maureen kelly reports... three of the buildings targeted are churches. .. the first grafitti was spotted by an antioch resident leaving his church sunday morning after services.it was mostly spraypaint on cars in the city hall parking lot.more grafitti turned up on that man's place of worship the very next day....the church of god holy was hit with four swatikas and foul language.it's basically a hate crime i was blown away i could not believe that someone would to defeat the house of god that like that a baptist church a few blocks away was similarly spraypainted.....but this time the vandal tagged the n word on the front door. several other businesses in the city's downtown where hit....much was cleaned up by monday afternoon.....a mural painted in the 90's depicting a chapter of antioch's history was also defaced....many of the faces blotted out.local merchants trying to revive the area are disappointed by this setback.i'm upset i'm livid you know that the miral behind me devastated that's devastating to us place to see a storage place hat but still we will go off but still we
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will go on and we will continue to build up and we will continue to build up antioch antioch police officers could be seen patrolling the area.and late this afternoon these surveillance camera stills were released showing a man police are calling a suspect in the spree.they are asking anyone in the community who can identify him to come forward. maureen kelly kron4 news. (grant) breaking news into kron 4. a car crashes into a building in san francisco's sunset district. these are pictures from the fire department. it happened this afternoon on taraval near 24th avenue and mc-copin park. two adults were rescued from the car with non-life
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threatening injuries. nobody inside the building was hurt. crews are now evaluating the building and investigating why the driver crashed. (grant) a big story tonight.. 49ers linebacker reuben foster has been released from has been released from the team after he was arrested for domestic violence in tampa over the weekend. and as you may recall, has been down this road before.(vicki) foster was accused of domestic violence last spring in santa clara county only to see those charges dropped. kron four's rob fladeboe joins us live to refresh our memory of that case and why it matters now. rob? (rob live) it matters because the woman who is accusing foster of domestic violencein florida is the same woman who took the stand here in san jose last spring and said pretty much the same thing, only to recant her story. now, that case might be re-opened and foster could be facing new chargeshere.
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domestic violence charges against reuben foster were dropped last may after this woman, 28 year old elissa ennis, the same woman who is accusing him now, recanted her story but foster pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor weapons possession related to the case and what happened in florida might be grounds for new charges here says legal analyst steven clark.steven clark/legal analyst "....what the d.a. could do is this new event in tampa, florida could be the basis for a probation violation, where he could be sent to jail for up to one year because he is on probation..." in a statement, d.a. jeff rosen referenced the challenges of holding domestic violence abusers criminally accountable, saying quote, "...we are sad, though not surprised, and exploring the legal options...." again, steven clark.steven clark/legal analyst "....the d.a. could go back and revisit whether they want to re-charge mr foster for the events in los gatos, if ms ennis were to
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come across now and say here is why i said what i said on the stand initially and recant her recantation...." released by the 49ers after giving him a second chance, foster had no comment after posting bail in tampa. witnesses reported seeing foster push and slap ennis. although her credibility could make it tough on florida prosecutors to prove their case says clark.sot steven clark/legal analyst "....because she has come across in court and said i have falsely accused people in the past and she did it in mr foster's preliminary hearing...."in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news (rob live) clark says double jeopardy does not apply here because reuben foster never went to trial. also, the sta ute of limitationsfor the domestic violence allegations has not expired. no word on if or when the d.a. might act in this case. live in san joserob fladeboe kron4news (grant) (grant) thanks rob.
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and the niners are commenting on the arrest and release of reuben foster. we will have their statements in a live report at 5:30. (vicki) taking a live look outside-- our sutro camera looking at the golden gate bridge. several storms are headed our way this week... and rain will hit tomorrow morning. (grant) time now to check on our weather... with meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. rain returns to the bay area on tuesday. light-moderate rain totals with this system on tuesday and tuesday night are forecast to range from 0.25-0.75" in the north bay, 0.10-0.25" for the rest of the san francisco bay area. more widespread rainfall likely wednesday into thursday. the midweek system will bring the potential for moderate to locally heavy rainfall, isolated thunderstorms and strong, gusty winds. a wind advisory may be needed from late wednesday night into thursday for a portion of the region. lingering showers will diminish thursday night into friday. total rainfall amounts from tuesday into friday look to range from 1 to 2 inches at lower elevations and from 3 to 6 inches in the coastal ranges. another quick moving system pushes through the bay area this weekend.
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(vicki) (vicki) now to the latest on the deadly and destructive wildfire in butte county. it is now 100-percent contained. the massive fire began the morning of
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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... nearly wiping out the entire town of paradise. (grant) lawsuits representing dozens survivors of the camp fire have been filed already, but now a bay area attorney has filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of two sister who died in the fire.(vicki) the law suit was filed in san francisco superior court. that's where kron 4's dan kerman joins us live. dan? here's the bottom line ... no one is coming into this country unless they come in legallycrowd nat(grant) president trump reacting to yesterday's chaotic confrontation at the tijuana border.the u=s border patrol says it was forced to use tear gas after hundreds of migrants tried hundreds of dan? dan? us live.
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dan kerman joins us live. dan?
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here's the bottom line ... no one is coming into this country unless they come in legallycrowd nat(grant) president trump reacting to
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yesterday's chaotic confrontation at the tijuana border.the u=s border patrol says it was forced to use tear gas after hundreds of migrants tried to enter the country illegally.(vicki)one of the world's busiest border crossings was completely shut down for hours.ryan o'donnell is here to show us what's happening today.ryan? (ryan) the mexican government is moving to shore-up its border security after yesterday's confrontation. federal police have set-up a ring around the sports center that has been turned into a refugee camp for as many as five-thousand asylum seekers from central america.they want to prevent a recurrence of what happened yesterday at the san ysidro(ee-sid-the san ysidro(ee-sid-dro) border crossing. natthe federales proved to be no match for the hundreds of migrants who broke away from a peaceful march to dash towards the border.nat the san ysidro border crossing is now closed just before noon the border patrol closed all lanes north
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and southbound as they migrants rushed towards the checkpoint.more nata short distance away, they found an opening. there were some sections that had the dilapidated border wall that was made out of scrap metal the military gave us. the group breached a couple sections of that, actually tore down one small section.nat the group immediately started throwing rocks and debris at our agents, taunting the agents. // they deployed tear gas to protect themselves and to protect the border."
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(ryan) california's senator dianne feinstein calling the use of tear gas against women and children "horrifying." saying today, "that is not what america should be." (vicki) coming up... a big day for nasa as they make a successful landing on mars. details on what the details on what the "insight lander" will teach us about the red planet. (grant) still ahead... service is back to normal today after a crash at san francisco's ferry building. but we still don't know a cause. we'll have the latest on the investigation. (vicki) plus... activists are calling for a boycott of the san francisco giants. the controversial move by one of the owners--that has a lot of people upset.
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nasa. the space agency landed a probe on mars. it's called the insight lander, and the project is focused on several key tasks, including studying "mars quakes"... and looking for water. kron four's terisa estacio reports from chabot's space and science center. nasa nats: "lander down" and with that another chapter in history for mars exploration begins. named the insight mission... this outer space robotic explorer is aptly named as it plans to gather key intelligence on the red planet... unlike other missions, insight will stay put in one position while it collects data. it contains several instruments to do so... including a seismometer,
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a heat flow and physical propertties pkacakge and an x band radio for precision dopple tracking. gerald meekgan, chabot "it is going to look atgerald mckeegan is an astromer with the chabot space and science center. meekegan. we are interested in a variety of issues, like water, where is it? the space and science center in oakland had a live stream of insight landing on mars, i caught up with some students from montessori school of fremont about watching it all.. roma agarwal, student. it was really neat... i liked watching it alot. student. insight is expected to be on the job for the next two years... another mars project is in the works... as well, that one will be a rover with the goal to try and find life on the planet. in oakland, terisa etacio kron four news. (grant) in the south bay...
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we're learning more about a gun battle in san jose... that forced lots of people out of their homes.(vicki) police say they found guns that were stolen years ago. kron4's ryan o'donnell joins us with more on what happened. here he is... his name is maricaballero... a 31-year old felon... who's behind bars now. this is video of the stand-off on friday... but we're learning today... police were originally called out to
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the home twice on thursday but no-one was arrested. it wasn't until the call on friday when shots started ringing out. san jose police say caballero walked out of the house and shot at the officers. one returned fire, causing caballero to go in and barricade himself.chief eddie garcia / san jose police department: "merge deployed into the residence and it successfully forced caballero to exit the second onto the roof. a police k-9 was used to take him into custody." 0:12 0:12 caballero was sent to the hospital with a gunshot wound and injuries because of the k-9. inside the home... chief garcia says they found two handguns, both of them reported stolen in burglaries. one from last year... the other from 3 years ago. caballero is a known gangmember with several felony convictions already including assault with a deadly weapon and burglary. standard procedure, the officer who fired his gun is on paid administrative leave as this
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incident is investigated. (anchor) taking a live look outside-- overlooking downtown san francisco. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. rain returns to the bay area on tuesday. light-moderate rain totals with this system on tuesday and tuesday night are forecast to range from 0.25-0.75" in the north bay, 0.10-0.25" for the rest of the san francisco bay area. more widespread rainfall likely wednesday into thursday. the midweek system will bring the potential for moderate to locally heavy rainfall, isolated thunderstorms and strong, gusty winds. a wind advisory may be needed from late wednesday night into thursday for a portion of the region. lingering showers will diminish thursday night into friday. total rainfall amounts from tuesday into friday look to range from 1 to 2 inches at lower elevations and from 3 to 6 inches in the coastal ranges. another quick moving system pushes through the bay
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area this weekend. weekend. (grant) thanksgiving weekend is over
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but many americans in the midwest are still waiting for a ride home. a winter storm grounded hundreds of flights on sunday and is expected to head northeast this week. omar jimenez reports. one of the busiest travel days of the yearwas short a lot of travel.winter weather turning the return from thanksgiving into chaos.tom fredricksen, passenger: "crazy backed up lines, people insane, people fighting to get in line. and everybody miserable. and the
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flights attendants and the tickets agents bless their heart but they're miserable, too."at one point more than 10 million people across the midwest under blizzard warnings on sunday over 15- hundred flights were cancelled, with delays to more than five thousand.the vast majority in kansas city and chicago.rahm emanuel, chicago mayor: "i wanna call on everybody to be extremely neighborly. check on anybody who is physically impaired in any way."chicago's o'hare international airport alone saw more than 800 cancellations monday with delays averaging close to an hour.but the problems weren't just limited to air travel.in kansasthe governor declared a state of emergency saying "we strongly recommend that you postpone travel plans if possible.ben gardner, kansas highway patrol trooper: "the road ways are blocked, traffic jams, jack-knifed semis, things like that. i'm telling you now, today is the day of staying home and being safe. " elsewhere in the midwest...some places reported more than a foot of snow with wind gusts in the central plains clocking as high as 50 to a hurricane-force 75 mph. travel conditions are expected to improve as the system moves out of the region...but now it heads to a slightly warmer northeast in the form of wind and rain.i'm omar jimenez reporting.
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(vicki) still ahead... a nationwide warning áánot to eat romaine lettuce could be scaled back soon. details on when and where it will be safe to eat again. (grant) plus... an investigation is underway after a ferry crash in san francisco. what we know tonight about the captain.
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(grant) developing news tonight... the golden gate ferry is running again after one of its passenger boats crashed into a pier at san francisco's ferry building. (vicki) but there are still a lot of questions surrounding the investigation. kron 4's sara stinson has details on the crash and checks in with passengers.
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"fortunately the crash didn't impact peoples commute today as the ferry schedule is running at the normal times. check out this video of the crash - which is still under investigation. "glad i wasn't on that boat that's for sure!" "i got sick so i missed it and then i saw it on the news." the crash happened on friday at two in the afternoon - 53 passengers were abroad the larkspur - san francisco ferry. two people had minor injures and were treated on scene. the ferry involved in the crash is still being repaired so officials with the golden gate bridge district say they are using another vessel to keep the schedule on time. the first ferry of the day ran into a few small problems docking. (julie wiard, golden gate ferry passenger) "it did a little bit this morning because they had some trouble docking this morning. they said it was due to some of the damage at the dock, but there are other docks so i guess it's just going to be a little shuffling around."but every boat after that seemed to be on time." "they do have it on time. i actually got a text message last night saying everything is normal. i left on time and arrived on time so everything is solid so far."the
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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. regular passengers tell me this won't deter them from riding the ferry. "no these things are very reliable and consistent. i've been doing this for four years and i've never heard of any incidents." "i'm comfortable with it. the guys who drive the ferries are well trained so i had no issues with it.""i feel like things are normally very safe so i'm not too worried about it.""a spokeswomanfor the golden gate bridge district says the captain is now on leave, they are waiting to get the results from his drug and alcohol test. she also said captains routinely get tested. they expect to get the results in the coming weeks. in san francisco, sara stinson, kron four news. " (grant) next at 5:30... we're live in santa clara where a nners press conference just wrapped up. what a refreshingly forth-coming head coach had to say about the rubern foster domestic violence arrest.
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our top story tonight at 5:30... significant developments out of santa clara this weekend... the 49ers have released linebacker reuben foster... after being arrested on charges of domestic violence. (grant) niners head coach kyle shanahan addressed e situation at team headquarters this afternoon... that's where we head out live to kron4's kate rooney. kate?
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general mood here at levi's stadium is one of sadness...at least from kyle shanahan, who addressed the media just about an hour ago... he said he was not aware of any incidents between foster and elissa ennis in october, as some outlets were reporting...and that he stands by the way they handled the situation earlier this year.. told us the 49ers did more for foster than he's seen any team do for any other player during his time in the nfl... "you know we supported reuben through that, felt good about it and the way it worked out, i'm glad that we did. but we also knew reuben had a string of making bad decisions. we knew that when we took him. we thought he would improve and we thought we were going to help him, reuben did improve on some things. but for that to come up for what did happen last year our earlier in this year and for what happened saturday with the same person at a team hotel. it's just hard to comprehend how you could put yourself in that situation again. shanahan said he had an open
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door policy for any of the players if they wanted to talk to him about the situation... but so far no one has taken him up on it...he also said he's tried several times to call foster today, and left a voicemail...but hasn't been able to get ahold of foster, and isn't sure where he is or who he's with at this time. (vicki) also tonight at 5:30... kron4 is always tracking local stories. here's a look at what's going on in your neighborhood right now. (grant) in the eastr bay... richmond police have identified noah cordier as the one-year-old child who died after he was hit by a car. the accident happened near cutting boulevard and south 17th street around noon on sunday richmond police say noah, who's from sacramento... ran out into the street. crews immediately took noah to the hospital... but he died from his injures. the driver of the car
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reportedly tried to get away but authorities located the woman behind the wheel and arrested her. at this point, she has not been charged and her identity has not been released. (grant) police in berkeley are searching for a man who they say robbed and sexually assaulted a woman at her home after breaking in. it happened around 6:00 yesterday morning at an apartment on blake street near telegraph... just south of the cal campus.. police describe the attacker only as a black man in his 20s or 30s. anyone with information about this incident is asked to call berkeley police. (vicki) in the south bay... police arrested a man for trying to drive away when he hit and killed a person on the street. the crash happened in san jose on silver creek road near the capitol expressway. around 10 o clock last night... ubaldo montaras munoz hit a woman crossing the expressway outside the cross walk. the 39 year old is in jail for felony hit and run and vehicular manslaughter. police will identifiy the woman who died at the scene as soon as her family has been
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contacted. (vicki) and in campbell... police arrested kevin szigeti for crashing into a fire hydrant. take a look at the water gushing up and out into the street. police posted these on twitter warning people to beware of the flodding on winchester and latimer. the 23 year old did not stop and police found him later with damage to his truck. szigeti has been booked into santa clara county jail for dui, possession of drugs, and hit-and-run. (anchor) taking a live look outside-- san francisco's embarcadero. we are tracking a series of storms heading to the bay area... (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. rain returns to the bay area on tuesday. light-moderate rain totals with this system on tuesday and tuesday night are forecast to range from 0.25-0.75" in the north bay, 0.10-0.25" for the rest of the san francisco bay area. more widespread rainfall likely wednesday into thursday. the midweek system will bring the
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potential for moderate to locally heavy rainfall, isolated thunderstorms and strong, gusty winds. a wind advisory may be needed from late wednesday night into thursday for a portion of the region. lingering showers will diminish thursday night into friday. total rainfall amounts from tuesday into friday look to range from 1 to 2 inches at lower elevations and from 3 to 6 inches in the coastal ranges. another quick moving system pushes through the bay area this weekend. (grant) a big story tonight... a big story (grant) weekend. the bay area this pushes through the bay area this weekend.
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(grant) a big story tonight... it appears... we'll start seeing romaine lettuce in the stores again. (vicki) last week... u-s health officials warned everyone, including restaurants to throw-out the lettuce because of a possible e-coli contamination. kron4's ryan o'donnell joins us with more on when it'll be safe to eat this again. health officials are expected to scale-back the nationwide public health warning about romaine lettuce today or tomorrow. in question... was where the lettuce came from. 3 days ago, the f-d-a discovered the outbreak of e-coli was likely from a farm in central california. now that they know the source... teh f-d-a says romaine lettuce from other regions, like florida and arizona, can now be harvested and consumed. you'll also see a change in the packaging, with the location of where the lettuce
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came from. the c-d-c issued that nationwide warning last week, when 32 people in 11 week, when 32 people in 11 states got sick with e-coli poisoning. (grant) there is controversy tonight surrounding an owner of one of the bay area's major league baseball teams. in fact some civil rights activists say they are now boycotting and asking others to join them. kron4's haaziq madyun has the story sotsotthe naacp and civil rights attorney john burris have joined together in calling for a boycott of the san francisco giants. this comes on the heels of learning that one of the team's 30 owners, charles johnson, made a financial contribution to a mississippi politician, who while on the campiagn trail allegedly made racially insensitive comments about attending a public lynching
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wants to go to a lynching. who does she want to see lynched, her opponent who happens to be a black male?">burris says the comments are particularly troubling when viewed through the historic lens of the 1955 lynching of 14-year-old emmit tillsotsot
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employees support politically." the supporters of the boycott say if the money is returned or if the giants part ways with johnson as part owner of the team the boycott will come to an end. johnson's attorney however says his client has no intention of relinquishing ownership of the baseball team. in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news (grant) coming up... today is cyber monday-- and it's expected to be the biggest one ááever. we'll take a behind the scenes look at how amazon is keeping up with the shopping rush. (vicki) plus-- general motors is downsizing. details on how many people are now out of a job.
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general motors announced today it will close five plants in north america and cut 15 percent of its salaried staff. that includes a quarter of the company's executives. it's
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all part of an effort to improve overall business performance - investing more money into technology like self driving and electric cars that the company believes will power its future. its goal is to save six-billion dollars annually by the end of 2020. (vicki) still ahead... a new study is revealing just how damaging football could be to young brains. details on the effects it could have on your kids after just one season on the field.
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(vicki) happening now... it's cyber monday, and amazon expects it to be the largest one in history. kron 4's will tran is at the amazon fulfillment center in tracy with a look behind the scenes. the physical rush of black friday and the armchair browsing of cyber monday are increasingly blending into one big holiday shoppi event as more customers buy items online and pick them up at brick-and-mortar stores.adobe
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analytics reported saturday that more customers are going to stores to get items they bought online. that trend contributed to a record $6.22 billion spent online thursday, up nearly 24 percent from last year.it's a sign that retailers are merging online business with their physical stores even as fewer people travel to those stores on black friday.shoppertrak, which tracks black friday foot traffic, says there was a 1.7 percent decline from the same period last year.ade says a record of more than $2 billion in sales were done from smartphones alone. alone. (grant) and with holiday shopping
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in full swing, you may be tempted to splurge. but according to experts, over- spending when you hit the store may not be entirely your fault. kim hutcherson explains how stores can use mind games to get you to open your wallet. we may sit down and make a holiday budget, full of determination to stick to our priorities.but if those good intentions go down the drain, it might not be all your fault. as holiday shopping revs into full gear, here's a look at some of the tricks companies play to get you to buy more. putting out alluring scents. research shows shoppers tend to purchase more premium products in stores with warm scents, like vanilla and cinnamon.number three- grouping research suggests music and background noise may influence shopping habits.a study out of beijing found shoppers in stores with fast paced music were more likely to make impulse purchases.number three- groupingproducts placed together like a set seem to make shoppers more willing to
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impulsively buy the items in the display, even if they don't need them.and beware: these tricks aren't limited to brick and mortar stores.online retailers using technology to track your spending habits so they can tailor their advertising with items curated specifically for you.for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson. (anchor) taking a live look outside... at the san mateo bridge.(anchor) (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. rain returns to the bay area on tuesday. light-moderate rain totals with this system on tuesday and tuesday night are forecast to range from 0.25-0.75" in the north bay, 0.10-0.25" for the rest of the san francisco bay area. more widespread rainfall likely wednesday into thursday. the
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midweek system will bring the potential for moderate to locally heavy rainfall, isolated thunderstorms and strong, gusty winds. a wind advisory may be needed from late wednesday night into thursday for a portion of the region. lingering showers will diminish thursday night into friday. total rainfall amounts from tuesday into friday look to range from 1 to 2 inches at lower elevations and from 3 to 6 inches in the coastal ranges. another quick moving system pushes through the bay area this weekend.
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4 your health tonight.. a new study finds young football players may see damage to their brains... even after one season on the field. the study looked at 60- football players between the ages of nine and 18. the players had no history of head trauma or developmental issues prior to playing football. after one season-- researchers say high-impact players had damage to an essential part of brain development. but the study didn't look at long term effects. experts point out caution should be used in all sports-- not just football. (vicki) next on kron4 news at 5... charities are hoping you will remember those who are less fortunate this holiday season. we have details on how you can help others on this "giving
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tuesday" 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! ♪ the official christmas
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tree for the u-s capitol is now in washington. the 80-foot-tall noble fir arrived this morning after a three-
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thousand-mile journey... from the willamette national forest in oregon. this year's tree lighting ceremony is set for wednesday december fifth. (grant) now that you've checked black friday and cyber monday off your list -- next up is giving tuesday. it's a day devoted to charitable giving...and charities hope americans will be generous this holiday season. (vicki) but they fear the change in the nations tax laws might change how much americans donate. kron 4's washington correspondent alexandra limon reports. from large scale disasters...like the wildfires in california to smaller, but very real disasters...like a kitchen fire at home....the red cross helps people in need ..gail mcgovern / american red cross, ceowe respond t64- thousand disasters on average every year. that's one every eight minutes.this giving tuesday - the red cross hopes americans will give....gail mcgovernthey can donate blood, they can make a financial donation, and they can give the gift of time. alexandra limon changes to the tax law mean it will be harder for many americans to get a tax deduction for their donations to charity.charitable
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organizations like the red cross hope that won't stop people from giving. gail mcgovernso the optimist in me thinks that people give out of the goodness of their heart and they will step up.other organizations like 'stand together' hope to entice donors with a different kind of incentive....executive director evan feinberg says stand together will give a dollar for dollar match evan feinberg / executive director, stand togetherwe identify and vet the most effective non profit organization in the country... these organizations are taking bold and innovative approaches that are helping people to lift themselves out of poverty.one example is an organization called the phoenix.evan feinberg / executive director, stand togetherthey help people over come the power of addiction through support of community and celebrating sobriety rather than just focusing on their addiction.you can find a list of innovative charities on "stand together against poverty dot org" -- and of course the red cross is at redcross dot org.in washington alexandra limon (vicki) that wraps up kron
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4 news at 5.(grant) ken wayne and pam moore ken wayne ken wayne and pam moore kron 4 news at six. (ken) thank you grant and vicki. coming up tonight on kron4 news at six. we are following breaking news: two people are hurt after a car slammed into a building in san francisco. we'll have a live report scene.(pam) then - an update on the e-coli lettuce outbreak connected to romaine lettuce.. health officials now say... ásomeá romaine lettuce is safe to eat.we'll break down what you need to know... before you hit the grocery store. that's next at six.
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at six. (pam)tonight at 6. some breaking news.... two
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people are expected to survive .... after their car crashed into a building in san francisco's sunset district. one of the car's occupants suffered serious injuries.... but noone inside of the building was hurt. (pam) thank you for joining us. i'm pam moore. (ken) and i'm ken wayne. this is where the crash occurred.... this afternoon on taraval near crews are now evaluating . the building and investigating why the driver crashed. kron4's j-r stone just arrived at the scene.... j-r... what have you learned?
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butte county is now 100 percent contained. although much work reamins to be done in order to make the
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area safe again . the butte county sheriff's office and cal fire say 85 people have been killed by the fire and almost 3-hundred people are still unaccounted for. the deadliest fire in state history destroyed more than 18- thousand structures... and almost the entire town of paradise. (pam) lawsuits representing dozens of survivors of the 'camp fire' have been filed already, but now, a bay area attorney has filed a wrongful death lawsuit ... on behalf of two sisters who died in the fire. (ken) the law suit was filed in san francisco superior court. that's where kron 4's dan kerman joins us live. dan? a live look outside right
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now ... more rain is expected this rain is now ... more rain is expected this week .... meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here with more on that... .
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rain returns to the bay area on tuesday. light-moderate rain totals with this system on tuesday and tuesday night are forecast to range from 0.25-0.75" in the north bay, 0.10-0.25" for the rest of the san francisco bay area. more widespread rainfall likely wednesday into thursday. the midweek system will bring the potential for derate to locally heavy rainfall, isolated thunderstorms and strong, gusty winds. a wind advisory may be needed from late wednesday night into thursday for a portion of the region. lingering showers will diminish thursday night into friday. total rainfall amounts from tuesday into friday look to range from 1 to 2 inches at lower elevations and from 3 to 6 inches in the coastal ranges. another quick moving system pushes through the bay area this weekend.
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in the east bay... the search is on for a vandalism suspect who hit several buildings and vehicles with racist and profane grafitti.kron4's maureen kelly reports that at least three churches were defaced in the weekend crime spree . everybody was really disheartened and disappointed that something like this would happen especially in 2018the church of god holy was hit with four swatikas and foul language.a baptist church a few blocks away was similarly spraypainted.....but this time the vandal tagged the n word on the front door.several other businesses in the city's downtown where hit....much was cleaned up by monday afternoon.....a mural painted in the 90's depicting a chapter of antioch's history was also defaced....many of the faces blotted out.it's believed at least 20 buildings and vehicles were tagged over two days.we're a little bit
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relieved to know that others were affected, that it wasn't just us but then because it was a swastika and that has a real negative connotation with people of color and that's what struck us so seriously local merchants trying to revive the area are disappointed by this setback. that i hate crime is it vandalism it is bothantioch police officers could be seen patrolling the area.and late this afternoon these surveillance camera stills were released showing a man police are calling a suspect in the spree.we're just praying for them to somehow get the help they need and they are welcome and they are welcome to come worship here in spite of what they did police are asking anyone in the community who can identify him to come forward. maureen kelly kron4 news. (pam) the 49ers have cut star linebacker reuben foster because of domestic violence claims out of florida. you may recall .. foster was accused of domestic violence, and by
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the same woman last spring while they were here in the bay area. the charges were dropped then.... but as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, foster may be facing new charges .. domestic violence charges against reuben foster were dropped last may after this woman, 28 year old elissa ennis, the same woman who is accusing him now, recanted her story but foster pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor weapons possession related to the case and what happened in florida might be grounds for new charges here says legal analyst steven clark.steven clark/legal analyst "....what the d.a. could do is this new event in tampa, florida could be the basis for a probation violation, where he could be sent to jail for up to one year because he is on probation..." in a statement, d.a. jeff rosen referenced the challenges of holding domestic violence abusers criminally accountable, saying quote, "...we are sad, though not surprised, and exploring the
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legal options...." again, steven clark.steven clark/legal analyst "....the d.a. could go back and revisit whether they want to re-charge mr foster for the events in los gatos, if ms ennis were to come across now and say here is why i said what i said on the stand initially and recant her recantation...." released by the 49ers after giving him a second chance, foster had no comment after posting bail in tampa. witnesses reported seeing foster push and slap ennis. although her credibility could make it tough on florida prosecutors to prove their case says clark.sot steven clark/legal analyst "....because she in court and said i have falsely accused people in the past and she did it in mr foster's preliminary hearing...."in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news (ken) the golden gate ferry is
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running again after a ferry crashed into a pier at the san francisco ferry building on friday. (pam) our grant lodes in the studio with us now.. and has details on the crash, and checks in with passengers. grant? (grant) fortunately the crash didn't impact peoples commute today as the ferry schedule is running at the normal times. the crash happened on friday at two in the afternoon - 53 passengers were abroad the larkspur - san francisco ferry. two people had minor injures and were treated on scene. the ferry involved in the crash is still being repaired so officials with the golden gate bridge district say they are using another vessel to keep the schedule normal. today, the first ferry of the day ran into a few small problems
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docking. (cg: julie wiard, golden gate ferry passenger) (grant) the investigation into how and why the ferry crashed into the dock is ongoing. a spokeswomanfor the golden gate bridge district says the captain is now on leave, they are waiting to get the results from his drug and alcohol test. they expect to get the results in the coming weeks. coming up.. today is the day the holiday shopping frenzy moves from the malls .. to the computer. we take a look at the big picture... and how things are shaping up from the first, big shopping weekend before christmas.. plus, the san francisco giants under fire for money a team owner donated to a high profile and controversial political candidate. details ahead. and next... as the latest mars lander reaches its
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final destination.... we'll check in with a local observatory that was keeping a close eye on every tense moment.
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(touchdown confirmed 5 sec... laughter) (ken) nasa engineers celebrated the culmination of the sixth month journey of the insight lander.... as just the 8th craft to ever reach the surface of mars touched down.... (ken) this
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mission differs from previous missions.... in that the project is focused on several key tasks, including studying "mars quakes". kron four's terisa estacio reports from chabot's space and science center in oakland. a big day for nasa. the space agency landed a probe on mars. it's called the insight lander, and the project is focused on several key tasks, including studying "mars quakes"... and looking for water. kron four's terisa estacio chabot's space and science center. student, it was cool student, it took a lot of steps to land. nasa nats: "lander down" and with that another chapter in history for mars exploration begins. named the insight mission... this outer space robotic explorer is aptly named as it plans to gather key intelligence on the red planet... unlike other missions, insight will stay put in one position while it collects data. it contains several instruments to do so... including a seismometer, a heat flow and physical propertties pkacakge and an x band radio for precision dopple tracking. gerald meekgan, chabot "it is going to look atgerald mckeegan is anastromer with the chabot space and science center. meekegan. we are interested in a variety of issues, like water, where is it? the space and science center in oakland had a live stream of insight
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landing on mars, i caught up with some students from montessori school of fremont about watching it all.. rosalee gonzalez, student. it was really cool. roma agarwal, student. it was really neat... i liked watching it alot. insight is expected to be on the job for the next two years... another mars project is in the works... as well, that one will be a rover with the goal to try and find life on the planet. in oakland, terisa etacio kron four news. (ken) nasa sent out a rather emotional tweet from insight's official page today.... "i feel you, #mars - and soon i'll know your heart. with this safe landing, i'm here. i'm home." home." home."here. i'm landing, i'm this safe heart. with know your heart. with this safe landing, i'm here. i'm home." news.
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(ken) nasa sent out a rather emotional tweet from insight's official page today.... "i feel you, #mars - and soon i'll know your heart. with this safe landing, i'm here. i'm home." here in the bay area... the amazon fufillment center in tracy... is working to make your cyber monday dreams come true. amazon says, it is working to ship out 83- million packages worldwide just for today. that is about one- thousand packages every - second. you are looking at the conveyer belt. this place is so huge .. it is about 28- football fields long. the packages have to be single file... you can see some of the packages starting to fall by the way side because they need to be lined up, before they can be scanned and loaded up ... on the way to you. let's take a look outside right now...
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meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez joins us now with the four zone forecast. rain returns to the bay area on tuesday. light-moderate rain totals with this system on tuesday and tuesday night are forecast to range from 0.25-0.75" in the north bay, 0.10-0.25" for the rest of the san francisco bay area. more widespread rainfall likely wednesday into thursday. the midweek system will bring the potential for moderate to locally heavy rainfall, isolated thunderstorms and strong, gusty winds. a wind advisory may be needed from late wednesday night into thursday for a portion of the region. lingering showers will diminish thursday night into friday. total rainfall amounts from tuesday into friday look to range from 1 to 2 inches at lower elevations and from 3 to 6 inches in the coastal ranges. another quick moving system pushes through the bay area this weekend. weekend. the bay area this pushes through the bay area
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still ahead at six ... we now know who and what were behind a shoot- out with police in the south bay a few days ago .. an update on the suspect and what police found. and the controversial remarks by a woman running for the u.s. senate in mississippi ... leading to calls for a boycott of the san francisco giants here .. we'll explain the connection .. next on kron four news at six.
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there are calls tonight
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for a boycott against the san francisco giants... because of one of the owners' support of a controversial political figure. during her re-election campaign, u-s senate candate from mississippi cindy hyde-smith said she'd attend a public hanging if invited by a supporter.
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san francisco giants. this comes on the heelsf learning that learning that one of the team's 30 owners, charles johnson, made a financial contribution to a mississippi politician, who while on the campiagn trail allegedly made racially insensitive comments about attending a public lynchingburris says the comments are particularly troubling when viewed through the historic lens of the 1955 lynching of 14-year-old emmit tillsot giants president and ceo larry baer released a statement reading in part " the giants have more than 30 owners. just like our fans, they come from different backgrounds and have their own political views. many give to democratic causes, many to republican causes and some refrain from politics altogether. neither i nor anyone else at the giants can control who any of our owners support politically, just as we cannot and should not control whom any of our employees support politically."
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in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news president trump went to president kron4newshaaziq madyun francisco haaziq madyun kron4news president trump went to mississippi today to personally rally for hyde- smith. he said she had apologized for her "public hanging" comments... and that she has been an excellent senator. actor alec baldwin was arraigned on attempted assault and harassment charges today in new york. he did not enter a plea. earlier this month, baldwin was arrested after a dispute over a parking spot in manhattan. police say, a 49-year-old man sustained an injury to his left jaw after being punched. the actor was released on his own recognizance. his next court date is scheduled for january.
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coming up at 6:45 ... the white house glowing with holiday cheer .. we'll show you the beauty behind the scenes .. and next.. getting home from the holiday is proving to be a huge challenge for people all across the country.. we'll show you how and where the weather is causing major complications.. (lawrence)and i'm tracking your weeknight forcast... that's just ahead.ahead.that's just forcast... weeknight tracking your and i'm (lawrence) (lawrence)and i'm tracking your weeknight forcast... that's just ahead.
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thanksgiving weekend may be over... but travel frustrations are not. a winter storm across much of the country is throwing a wrench into what was already one of the busiest thanksgiving travel seasons ever. many people who visited family in the midwest are still waiting for a ride home. that storm grounded hundreds of flights yesterday and is expected to head northeast this week. reporter omar jimenez -- from our partners at c-n-n -- has more. one of the busiest travel days of the yearwas short a lot of travel.winter weather turning the return from thanksgiving into chaos.tom fredricksen, passenger: "crazy backed up lines, people insane, people fighting to get in line. and everybody miserable. and the flights attendants and the tickets agents bless their heart but they're miserable, too."at one point more than 10 million people across the midwest under blizzard
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warnings on sunday over 15- hundred flights were cancelled, with delays to more than five thousand.the vast majority in kansas city and chicago.rahm emanuel, chicago mayor: "i wanna call on everybody to be extremely neighborly. check on anybody who is physically impaired in any way."chicago's o'hare international airport alone saw more than 800 cancellations monday with delays averaging close to an hour.but the problems weren't just limited to air travel.in kansasthe governor declared a emergency saying "we strongly recommend that you postpone travel plans if possible.ben gardner, kansas highway patrol trooper: "the road ways are blocked, traffic jams, jack- knifed semis, things like that. i'm telling you now, today is the day of staying home and being safe. " elsewhere in the midwest...some places reported more than a foot of snow with wind gusts in the central plains clocking as high as 50 to a hurricane-force 75 mph. travel conditions are expected to improve as the system moves out of the region...but now it heads to a slightly warmer northeast in the form of wind and rain.i'm omar jimenez reporting.
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(pam) live look at s-f-o right now... dozens of delays and cancelations were reported at the airport today.... no delays out of sfo, oakland or san jose report3ed tonight(ken)joining us now is meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. rain returns to the bay area on tuesday. light-moderate rain totals with this system on tuesday and tuesday night are forecast to range from 0.25-0.75" in the north bay, 0.10-0.25" for the rest of the san francisco bay area. more widespread rainfall likely wednesday into thursday. the midweek system will bring the potential for moderate to locally heavy rainfall, isolated thunderstorms and strong, gusty winds. a wind
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advisory may be needed from late wednesday night into thursday for a portion of the region. lingering showers will diminish thursday night into friday. total rainfall amounts from tuesday into friday look to range from 1 to 2 inches at lower elevations and from 3 to 6 inches in the coastal ranges. another quick moving system pushes through the bay area this weekend. weekend. the bay area this pushes through the bay area this weekend.
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(ken) this just in... the butte county sheriff confirmed that three more human remains have been discovered following the "camp fire." that brings the number of confirmed dead to 88. that fire is 100 percent contained.... however recovery efforts are ongoing. eighty fema trailers are ready to be deployed from mcclellan airport near sacramento. the only problem - where to put them. a fema spokesperson said it will likely take weeks for the trailers to be placed, but they will possibly be put at sites where homes were destroyed or larger sites like fairgrounds.(ken)
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services."> (ken) factors that must go into the decision include accessibility to power and sewage. (pam) in the east bay... richmond police have identified noah cordier ... as the one-year- old child who died after being struck by a car. the accident happened near cutting boulevard and south 17th street ... around noon on sunday. richmond police say, noah ran out into the street. crews rushed him to the hospital... but it was too late. the driver of the car tried to get away, but authorities located her... and placed her under arrest. (ken) we're learning more about a gun battle that happened last friday in san jose... that caused many people to evacuate their homes. (pam) police finding guns which had been were stolen years ago. kron4's grant lodes joins us with more on what happened.. grant here he is... his name is mario caballero... a 31-year
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old felon... who's behind bars now. this is video of the stand-off on friday... but we're learning today... police were originally called out to the home twice on thursday but no-one was arrested. it wasn't until the call on friday when shots started ringing out. san jose police say caballero walked out of the house and shot at the officers. one returned fire, causing caballero to go in and barricade himself.chief eddie garcia / san jose police department: "merge deployed chemical agents into the residence and it successfully forced caballero to exit the second story window onto the roof. a police k-9 was used to take him into custody." 0:12 caballero was sent to the hospital with a gunshot wound and injuries because of the k-9. inside the home... chief garcia says they found two handguns, both of them reported stolen in burglaries. (grant) police say caballero is a known gang- member with several felony convictions already including assault with a deadly weapon and burglary. as is
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standard procedure, the officer who fired his gun is on paid administrative leave as this incident is investigated. (ken)jury selection in the murder trial of james alex fields jr. began today.fields is accused of fatally mowing down 32-year-old heather heyer during a 2017 "unite the right" rally in charlottesvill e, virginia.several others were 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 not guilty to murder and malicious wounding charges. he separately faces federal hate crime charges. up next at six... there is a change coming to the recent health alert over romaine lettuce .... but all is not clear just yet.. we'll tell you how california is involved. (pam) (pam) romaine lettuce
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may be soon seen on more store shelves. health officials are expected to scale- back the nationwide public health warning about romaine lettuce soon. last week... u-s health officials warned everyone, including restaurants, to throw-out the lettuce because of a possible e-coli contamination. 3 days ago, the f-d-a discovered the
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outbreak of e-coli was likely from a farm in central california. now that the agency knows the source ... the f-d-a says, romaine lettuce from other regions, such as florida and arizona, can now be harvested and consumed. there will be a change in the packaging of the lettuce, which will include the location of where it was grown. (ken) general motors announced today it will close five plants in north america and cut 15 percent of its salaried staff. that includes a quarter of the company's executives. it's all part of an effort to improve overall business performance - investing more money into technology the company believes will power its future. its goal is to save six-billion dollars annually by the end of 2020. g-m's new 2020. g-m's new motto is "zero crashes, zero emissions, zero congestion" signaling a shift to self-driving and electric vehicles.
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in national news.
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dozens of migrants were arrested on both sides of the u.s.-mexico border crossing in tijuana sunday. tear gas was deployed in what border patrol is saying was a necessary move to protect their agents -- but some are calling it excessive force. today president trump reiterated his call for congress to fund the construction of a border wall. kristen holmes is in washington with this report. tension on the southern border, as thousands of central american migrants seeking asylum in the u.s. hopt to enter the country through mexico.an escalation sunday-- border patrol agents firing tear gas at migrants, including women and children, after a protest devolved into chaos. hundreds of migrants overwhelming mexican police and blockades, attempting to enter the country illegally rodney scott / chief patrol agent, san diego sector border patrol: the group immediately started throwing rocks and debris at our agents, taunting the agents. and we had two or three agents at a time initially, facing hundreds of people at a time. they deployed tear gas to protect themselves and to protect the border.lee gelernt / deputy director, aclu immigrants' rights project: no one wants any border officer to be in danger but from what we know,
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this was an overuse of force. i mean, there are women and children out there. using tear gas in this situation does not seem justified.u.s. officials arresting dozens and shutting down the busiest port of entry along its mexico border. president trump seizing on the unrest,president donald trump: mexico wants to see if they can get it straightened out but we've, during certain times, as you know, closed the border. they're not coming into the united states. they will not be coming in.but not all republicans support a border shutdown.sen. joni ernst / -r- iowa: we would prefer that we keep it open so let's work really hard to make sure we're addressing the asylum seekers before they actually come over the border. in washington, i'm kristen holmes reporting. reporting. (ken)california senator dianne feinstein issued a statement today --- calling the use of tear gas on mothers and young children
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"horrifying"... adding "that's not what america should be." (pam) tonight.... melania trump is unveiling this year's white house holiday decorations. the first lady tweeted out a number of photographs of the decorating process. kron4 washington d.c. correspondent mark meredith got a behind the scenes look ... at this year's display. trt: 1:10out: at the white house, i'm mark meredith.music from the marine corps band fills the white house with holiday cheer.and throughout the mansion...there's no shortage of wreaths, trees, and lights."nat: have a good time, enjoy.."the white house gave us a sneak peak at this year's holiday decorations. our tour began in the east wing .... where a tree stands honoring america's gold star military families.moving down the east colonnade.eye popping red berry trees line the hall. the library and east room are both decked out with what else...christmas trees."the white house says this year's theme is american treasures. and it considers the crown jewel to be the 18 foot christmas tree from north carolina that towers over the blue room"the fraser fir is covered with blue, velvet ribbons...recognizing each of the states and territories.
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next door...in the red room...the focus is on children including ornaments...each stamped with the logo of first lady melania trump's "be best" campaign...in the grand foyer... decorators say the focus is on the treasure of "patriotism".red ornaments, of all sizes, blanket the hall. the white house hopes we will alremember to embrace america's national treasures long after the holidays have come and gone.at the white house, i'm mark meredith. let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist mabrisa rodriquez joins us now with the four zone forecast. rain returns to the bay area on tuesday. light-moderate rain totals with this system on tuesday and tuesday night are forecast to range from
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0.25-0.75" in the north bay, 0.10-0.25" for the rest of the san francisco bay area. more widespread rainfall likely wednesday into thursday. the midweek system will bring the potential for moderate to locally heavy rainfall, isolated thunderstorms and strong, gusty winds. a wind advisory may be needed from late wednesday night into thursday for a portion of the region. lingering showers will diminish thursday night into friday. total rainfall amounts from tuesday into friday look to range from 1 to 2 inches at lower elevations and from 3 to 6 inches in the coastal ranges. another quick moving system pushes through the bay area this weekend.
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in sports... the raiders and niners try to regoup after they both fall flat... again... we will hear what the coaches had to say about their winless road trips... and reuben foster is no longer a 49er ... but back in the bay
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area... mark has coach shanahan's thoughts about the incident that ended foster's tenure with the team ... that's coming up
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(pam) lots to talk about
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in the sports world tonight... (ken) mark carpenter joins us in the studio. reuben foster's time in santa clara is now officially over... after the linebacker was arrested this weekend on charges of domestic violence. --foster is now reportedly back in the bay area...after being released on bond yesterday afternoon. --the incident happened saturday night at the team's hotel in tampa bay. elissa ennis, the same woman who accused him of domestic violence earlier this year before dropping the chargers, says foster slapped her. -this puts an end to his one- and-a-half year run with the niners... a time that saw him go through multiple off field issues..including substance abuse and weapons charges. --kyle shanahan on the decision to finally cut ties. "for that to come up for what did happen last year or earlier in this year, and then for what happened saturday with the same person at a team hotel, it's just hard to comprehend how you could put yourself in that situation again. i'm not
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okay with that regardless." "in life there's consequences for actions, and when you show bad judgement, particularly when something has been communicated very clearly what the expectations are, there are consequences. and i think one lesson i've learned being around this league for almost 30 years now in different capacities, is that nobody is bigger than the team." now to the x's and o's from the weekend-- 49ers... rolled in tampa as jameis winston put up one of his better performances of the year. more than 300-yards passing... 2-touchdowns... --ane the 49ers offense couldn't do much... only 9- points... 1-for-8 on 3rd down... --not a great outing for nick mullens...picked off twice, but shanahan is not making any quarterback changes. "i know that i said nick didn't play very well, but no one played well and i didn't coach well. it was all of us. nick did a good job in his first two games. it was not the reason that happened yesterday so that's not fair to do that to him."
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turning to the raiders, who provided another sunday performance that was difficult to watch. --the silver and black...drop to 2-and-9, thus ensuring themselves a 2nd-straight losing season.. --early on, oakland was putting up a serious fight, but the ravens took advantage of big plays...with touchdowns on special teams and defense. --ball control...also a significant factor...raiders had the ball for just about 8 minutes in the final two quarters. --jon gruden...after watching the film "we didn't have the ball very often in the second half, quite honestly. after the touchdown drive to make 20-17, i think we had a three-and-out. then when we got the ball back, we were down by 10. we didn't have many possessions in the second half. i think that would help, quite honestly. i have to do a better job, i'll just leave it at that." finally, it looks like the warriors are starting to play like the back-to-back champions again. and
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tonight, they are going for a three game win-streak. ---warriors hosting the magic before leaving for a 5-game road trip... --after dropping four in a row last week, they've put together wins against the blazers and kings... kevin durant averaging 36-points in the last two outings...steph curry and draymond green are both --tipoff set for 7-30..and --tipoff set again. lineup once again. --tipoff set for 7-30..and we'll have full highlights later tonight. that wraps up kron4 news at that wraps up later tonight. highlights later tonight. that wraps up kron4 news at 6.we'll see you tonight at 8.... on your bay area's local news station.
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