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tonight. good evening i'm vicki liviakis. (grant) and i'm grant lodes. we have complete team coverage tonight as we track the rain. lets go to chief meteorologist lawrence know-- lawrence, how bad is the storm tonight going to be? lawrence karnow: another storm brought more rain to the bay area today. rain will turn to showers overnight. on the radar you can see the storm moving through the bay area. snow will be heavy over the sierra through friday. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are up for the western slopes of the sierra and the greater lake tahoe area. showers will continue tomorrow but a strong storm will bring heavy rain and gusty winds tomorrow night and into thursday. more rain is kely this weekend. (vicki) thanks (vicki) (vicki) thanks lawrence. thanks (vicki) thanks lawrence. and
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we have our crews all over the bay area covering the rain tonight. (grant) first we'll go to kron 4's dan kerman... he's live in south san francisco tonight-- where a hole opened up on a freeway-- causing an even bigger headache during this wet commute. dan? tuesday rain sf and south sf 1127185 insertif the rain weren't bad enough, how about a pothole to make the commute even worse. that's what happened about 1 this afternoon after this 4 foot by 1 and a half foot hole was discovered in lane number 4 of southbound 101 just south of grand avenue in south san francisco.sot officer vu williams/chpthe chp shutdown lane 4 backing traffic up past candlestick.... cal trans crews arrived on seen,
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conducted inspections, and decided rebar needed to be replaced before the hold could be filled with quick drying concrete.... cool temps and rain made for a long process that pushed into teh afternoon commute.sot (grant) (grant) (grant) (grant) thanks
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dan. now let's head down to the south bay... where the rain also hit today. (vicki) kron 4's rob fladeboe is live in san jose where people are already loading up sandbags for their homes. rob? (rob live) we've got some threatening looking skies but only a few sprinkles so far. seems like a little early to be thinking about sand bags, then again.... (roblive) this is one of
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several stategically located sandbaglots across the south bay. for a details on where to find them, go to valleywater.org. this site at phelan and senter road is open 24 hours. live in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news. (vicki) (vicki) you can stay connected
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on this storm... as even more rain is headed our way... with our kron-4 mobile app. there you will find full forecasts... and get push alerts about the weather in your neighborhood. it's all on the kron-4 mobile app (grant) another big story tonight... an east
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bay vandalism suspect has been arrested... accused of writing hateful images including the n- word... and swasticas. as kron4's haaziq madyun reports... the community played a role in identifying the suspect the two toned hooded sweat shirt you see being worn in the photo on the left, matches the hoodie you see on the right. it is also the same clothing worn by the person allegedly responsible for a major vandalism spree in downtown antioch over the thanksgiving weekend. tuesday morning antioch police announced the arrest of a suspect. he is 24-year-old lawrence phipps of antiochsot the graffiti which included swaztikas and racial slurs was very disturbing for some folks here at shearz- on-3rd beauty salonsotthis artistic mural,
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an antioch visual landmark was also defaced during the vandalism spreesot antioch police are not saying what they have for a motive in this case. however investigators are crediting the swiftness of the arrest as a result of multiple tips from the communitysotthese still images from survellance videos prompted the tips from the community. if there are any videos of phipps actually spraying graffiti downtown, police are holding on to that evidence as part of their investigation...in antioch haaziq madyun kron4news (vicki) developing news tonight... prosecutors have delayed their death penalty decision in a deadly stabbing at bart. john
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lee cowell was charged with murder and attempted murder for the stabbing death of nia wilson and the stabbing of her sister letifah at the macarthur bart station in july. he is now facing the death penalty... but the decision is being postponed for three weeks. cowell is expected to enter a plea on december 20th. (vicki) some tense moments at a north bay school this morning... this after a bomb threat came in at a middle school. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, the school immediately deployed it's emergency response plan - moving nearly 1200 students out and getting back to their parents safely - which was no small feat. (take pkg) sound: "it was terrifying." concerned parents and others stood in this long line around the mill valley community center as they waited to be reunited with their children after a bomb threat shut down mill valley middle school. linn walsh, asst. to city manager, mill valley. we got the call in the morning and acted quickly contacting parents, and nearby residents. as the the 1200 6, 7th and 8th
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graders remained inside - anxious parents waited outside. yeah, just trying to get to my kid. at the school - dogs trained to sniff out explosives teamed up with local law enforcement as they went floor by floor and room by room looking for any device. it was scary at first. as the morning unfolded... more children were connected with their parents. parent. relieved. although no explosive were detected... parents say this gave them insight for any future emergency. parent. i think they could have given more information. as for the threat... the police department has launched an investigation. in mill valley, terisa estacio (grant)(grant) terisa estacio in mill valley, terisa estacio
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the legal action taken today... after a freshman boy was found at the bottom of a school swimming pool. (vicki) also... honoring san francisco legends. how former mayor george moscone and supervisor harvey milk are being remembered tonight... now 40 years after they were murdered in city hall. (grant) and how people's tax dollars are being used right now to deal with this week's storms.
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hitting the bay area tonight-- making for a wet commute home. this is a look at stormtracker 4 radar (anchor 2) chief chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here with details on how long it's going to last.
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lawrence karnow: another storm brought more rain to the bay area today. rain will turn to showers overnight. on the radar you can see the storm moving through the bay area. snow will be heavy over the sierra through friday. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are up for the western slopes of the sierra and the greater lake tahoe area. showers will continue tomorrow but a strong storm will bring heavy rain and gusty winds tomorrow night and into thursday. more rain is likely this weekend. weekend. likely this more rain is likely this
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weekend. weekend. (grant) our storm team coverage continues with kron four's philippe djegal. he reports from contra contra county... where public works crews are planning for bad weather. (philippe) in the east bay... when rain falls -- so do trees.steve padilla/public works- "trees are gonna fall." recent storms caused this oak tree to topple over on the iron horse trail in walnut creek... partially collapsing a fence, narrowly missing the
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house or any people.steve padilla/public works- "we're sharpening our blades, you know, we're getting ready for this. we're having some storms that are coming up, uh, and so we want to be prepared, uh, not just for trees, uh, but for standing water, uh, and floods as well." steve padilla with contra costa county's public works department says his crews are clearing storm drains... and, identifying any other potential hazards that could become problematic during rain events.steve padilla/public works- "make sure that you're prepared as well, you know, make sure that you have flashlights available in case the power goes out. make sure, you know, that your yard is clear. you know, clear up your yard. if you have a lot of leaves, it is fall, uh, and so, get the leaves out. it could be very slippery. those leaves could then cause clogs in drains and so we want to make sure everybody is safe, you could help us help you." and, for those concerned about flooding at your home... the county has provided five free sandbag stations. steve padilla/public works- "bay point, byron, oakley, martinez and richmond." padilla says the sand will be available for as long as the storms last. in walnut creek, philippe djegal, kron four news. (vicki) a big story tonight...
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the family of a teen who drowned in the pool at an east bay high school is filing a lawsuit against the school district. benjamin curry was a freshman at san ramon valley high school in danville. he was found in the deep end of the school's pool back on may 8th. today-- his family filed a wrongful death lawsuit-- claiming the teacher, aaron becker, was on his cell phone while students were treading water. they say surveillance video showed the teacher standing on the diving board and looking at his phone. danville police ruled curry's death as an accident and did not file charges. (grant) we're learning more about the deadly shooting at a country bar three weeks ago down in thousand oaks. the ventura county sheriff's office is now giving more details about what happened inside the borderline bar and grill when a dozen people were killed.(vicki) kron4's ryan o'donnell joins us with more on what's being released today.
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the sheriff's office says the shooter opened fire and tossed several smoke grenades into the bar to create confusion. he then sat and waited to ambush law enforcment officers who responded to the shooting. the gunman used only a single handgun... but had military training from his time in the service. the sheriff's office also ruling out a possible girlfriend or bar owner as possible targets. sheriff bill ayub/ventura county: "as you can imagine, this was a terrifying experience for everyone who was there. confusion and chaos can only begin to adequately describe the situation. for example, when sgt. helus and the chp officer approached the borderline, more than 100 people were fleeing from the scene -- some of them jumping through windows to escape." the gunman killed 12 people, including a law enforcement officer, before turning the gun on himself.one victim was also stabbed. why he did this... is still unclear. (grant) the creator of the animated nickelodeon show
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"spongebob squarepants" has died. stephen hillenburg was 57 years old. hillenburg revealed last year he had been diagnosed with a-l-s, or lou gehrig's disease. spongebob earned numerous awards during its run, including four emmy awards, and has been adapted into a broadway musical. it has aired on nickeloden since 1999. (vicki) coming up next on kron4 news at 5... a high speed chase through an east bay community leaves one man dead after his car flips over. what witnesses say happened. (grant) plus,,, a sad anniversay in san francisco. 40 years since the assassination of mayor moscone and supervisor harvey milk. how the city is marking the occasion.
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(grant) today marks the 40th anniversity of one of san francisco's darkest days. the assignation of then mayor george moscone and supervisor harvey milk. kron4's
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maureen kelly attended a special ceremony at city hall where both slain leader's legacies were celebrated. it was a really tough tough time in 1978mayor london breed standing in city hall not far from where the assasinations took place...a day that sent shockwaves thru san francisco. both mayor moscone and supervisor milk have been shot and killed.their assailant... disgruntled former supervisor dan white who was later sentenced to manslaugther and ended up killing himself after his release from prison. moscone had served as a state senator before being elected mayor of his home town....he's is remembered for changing the fa of city governement by appointing women, people of color and members of the lgbt community to committees and boards making it more diverse. supervisor harvey milk is
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remembered as a civil rights pioneer...one of the first openly gay people to be elected to office.activist and author cleve jones says the day of the double killing he thought movement to make the city more inclusive died with themthen that sun went down and people began to gather on castro street like you're going to like we're going to gather tonight gay and straight young and old, black and white and brown, immigrant and native born and we let our candles and we march down here and we feel this entire plaza with the light of our candles, and i knew then i was wrong, it was not over it was just beginning, and harvey's legacy and george is legacy continues. we see it in the faces of the people who represents represents city government today, we see at the victories that we are winning we see in the resistance to donald trump and everything that he represents. it's not over those to man taught us how to fight, love each other, defend each other and hold onto that dream that makes the city so speciala candlelight vigil in their honor will gather in the castro tonight at 7 oclock.....a somber tradition now in it's 40th year.maureen kelly kron4 news. (vicki) next at 5:30... the midterms aren't over yet. today mississippi voters cast their ballot in a runoff that's been mired in controversy. we'll have the latest as the votes are
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being counted. (grant) plus we're tracking the rain hitting the bay area. this is a live look from the bay bridge. we'll have an update as we'll have an update as more storms are heading to the bay area.
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rain is rain is hitting the bay area tonight-- making for a wet commute home. this is a look at stormtracker 4 radar (anchor 2) chief meteorologist chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here with details on how long it's going to last. lawrence karnow: another storm brought more rain to the bay area today. rain will turn to showers overnight. on the radar you can see the storm moving through the bay area. snow will be heavy over the sierra through friday. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are up for the western slopes of the
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sierra and the greater lake tahoe area. showers will continue tomorrow but a strong storm will bring heavy rain and gusty winds tomorrow night and into thursday. more rain is likely this weekend. (vicki) and the rain (vicki) weekend.likely this more rain is thursday. more rain is likely this weekend. (vicki) and the rain today also
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means some snow in tahoe. the roads are slick-- and dangerous if you're heading up to the mountains. (grant) joining us on the phone now is officer pete mann with the truckee c-h-p. officer mann-- how is it looking tonight? (vicki)
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tonight? tonight? it looking mann-- how is officer h-p. the truckee c-h-p. officer mann-- how is it looking tonight? (vicki) tonight at 5:30...
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kron4 is always tracking local stories. here's a look at what's going on in your neighborhood right now. (grant) starting in the east bay... a police chase ended in a deadly crash in san pablo. the crash happened just after midnight today near san pablo avenue and road 20. officers say a contra costa sheriff's deputy attempted to stop a gold lexus in el sobrante-- but the driver did not stop.
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the driver then led the deputy on a high speed chase-- at speeds that reached 100- miles-per-hour on city streets. the deputy stopped the chase because of safety concerns. officials say 12-seconds later-- the deputy found the car and it had rolled over several times-- landing on the roof and trapping the driver. the driver died at the scene and his name is not yet being released. investigators are still trying to figure out why he fled from the initial traffic stop. (vicki) on the peninsula... police in palo alto have released a sketch of a man who they say attacked and robbed a man last weekend. officers say he was one of three men who approached the victim while he was on his phone. it happened as he was walking on a bike path just south of downtown. the man in this sketch is said to be the one who pushed the victim on the ground and punched him. the three men took the victims phone and other belongings before running off near downtown. (vicki) residents are on edge after a spike in home
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burglaries in various neighborhoods throughout hillsborough. police say may of the burglaries happened while people were out of town for the thanksgiving holiday. they say the thieves are breaking windows and doors to get into the home. in most cases- the homes didn't have security alarms installed. police say there is evidence that links some of the burglaries to the same thieves... and that the men all wore hooded sweatshirts. (grant) in the north bay... santa rosa police arrested a man for assault and vandalism --- using a sword. you're looking at pictures of the damage. it happened just before midnight last night on west 9th street. police say a man with a sword went up to the victim's parked car and tried smashing the windows. when another person tried to intervene, officer say the suspect hit him in the leg with the sword, causing minor injuries. the suspect has been identified as 32-year-old brian rivas-lagunes. he was booked into the sonoma county jail. (vicki) developing news tonight... some midterm elections still aren't over
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yet. (gra) today, mississippi voters are choosing their next u-s senator -- in a race that's been mired in controversy. kron4's ryan o'donnell joins us with more on today's big day in the south. republicans are rooting for incumbant cindy hyde- smith... while democrats hope mike espy takes over this highly contested sete seat. originally, it was thought senator hyde-smith was shoe in... until her character came in question. pictures of her posing with confederate memorabilia a the emergence of this video of her telling supporters she'd attend a public hanging,sen. cindy hyde-smith / -r- mississippi: "anyone that was offended by my comments i certainly apologize." if he wins, espy would be the state's first black senator since reconstruction.mike espy / -d- mississippi senate candidate: "if i'm lucky and
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blessed and privileged enough to be elected tonight i think it's going to represent a sea change." president trump, not afraid of controversy... has been very supportive of hyde-smith... not wanting to lose that republican seat in the senate. we'll have the results of this race later tonight. (grant) another big story another big story tonight... following the state's deadliest and most destructive wildfire... lawmakers are taking a closer look at the state's emergency alert systems. lawmakers met with state and local emergency management officials in southern california today. kron 4's capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains what they're hoping to accomplish.. ((pkg)) trt:1:36((kim zagaris- caloes)) "we need a communications system, not just alert and warning, that is resilient and reliable for not only the public but for us in public service."reexamining the state's emergency alert system is now a focus for state lawmakers.tuesdays hearing comes on the heels of the camp fire... the effectiveness and use of the state's emergency alert system is under scrutiny after frantic fire victims were
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caught in gridlock traffic while trying to evacuate. victims have said they either never got an alert or it came too late.((assemblyman marc levine d-marin county)) "this is a really challenging complication of: we have a very fast wild fire, but we have a community where we never developedwithuout egress that would allow for an evacuation in these types of events."some emergency management officials along with lawmakers pointed to a need for more participation from cell phone companies to help strengthen the warning system.((rob lewin-- santa barbara emergency management)) "we have asked questions of the cell phone companies on why certain things arent happening, why there are certain failures and unfortunately we don't get those responses."emergency management officials say streamlining the system across the state's 58 counties presents a challenge with varying populations, terrain, and languages..((sen. hannah- beth jackson- d- santa barbara)) "there are limits to what we can do. mother nature does not give us a play book mother nature is not happy with us, but we are doing r best and i think it's important that message get out."state lawmakers are set to address the issues in the upcoming legislative session.
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tag. (vicki) higher prices and shorter supplies... two things no one wants to hear when it comes to christmas. coming up-- we explain why it may be difficult to find the perfect christmas tree this year.
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it's a symbol of the christmas season... but this year a noble fir may be hard to come by. the pacific northwest christmas tree association says there is a tree shortage across the country. the organization blames the great recession in 2008. they say there was oversupply about 10 years ago and growers planted fewer trees to save money. the effects of that are now being felt around the country. the association warns shoppers can now expect fewer trees to pick from ... and higher prices for the trees they do find. they say you could pay ten percent more for a tree this year. (grant) the climate change alarm bells are getting even louder. the u-n released a new the u-n louder. the u-n released a new report on global warming-- and the results are unsettling. we'll explain after the break. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i' have your full bay area
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forecast after the break.
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following the debate over climate change, you have heard the warnings of the dire consequences of global warming, today a united nations commission reported that the u=s and several other countries are actually moving backwards.(grant) that's right: carbon emissions going up when they should be going down.and that's putting us on track for a global temperature rise of mre than three degrees by the year 21-hundred..(vicki) kron four's ryan odonell is here to break down the latest numbers. (ryan)this is how the world looks in terms of greenhouse emissions.the biggest... is china, the u-s, india, russia and japan.and out of the top five... four are in green, top five... four are in green,
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meaning they're on track to meet their commitments to reduce emissions.and right now, the u-s and the european union aren't keeping up. (nat salmon in river)get ready to see less of this ... more of this(flooding nat)and even more of this ...(fire nat)and this.the u=n's annual report on emissions says even if the world's industrialized countries keep to their current goals ... global temperatures will rise by nearly six degress farenheit by the end of the century.that means california's wildfire and drought cycles will get even worse.salmon may disappear from the northwest. farmers in the heartland will see crop yields drop as the temperature rises.east coast fisherman will find cod and lobster are scarce ... oceanfront communities will suffer from floods and beach erosion.in th south, hotter weather will make it easier for mosquitos to spread the potentially deadly west nile virus.to avoid that the temperature would have to rise no more than two degress celsius--three point six degrees farehneheit.and to do
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that, the u=s would have to increase its efforts three=times.but the trump administration has actually loosed the regulation of the coal industry.and even after viewing the wildfire damage in butte county, the president's mind was made up. does seeing the devastation change your mind about climate change? no. i have a strong opinion. (ryan) today's u-n report is likely to be a key talking point as world environmental leaders gather in poland next week.the conference is supposed to adopt a plan to carry out the paris accords on climate and energy policy.you might remember, president trump withdrew from the paris agreement, saying the cost was too high for american industry. (grant) doctor christine blasey ford has announced she's ending her gofundme account. the fundraiser raised nearly 650-thousand dollars for the college
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professor. in a post last week... ford thanked supporters for their donations. organizers said the funds were to help cover the costs of travel, security and other financial hardships ford encountered ... when she accused justice brett kavanaugh of sexual assault during their high school years. despite the allegations against him, kavanaugh went on to be confirmed to the nation's highest court. (catherine) we've been honoring outstanding teachers in the bay area... today it's a math teacher in marin... chris french teaches at san andreas high in larkspur.. it's a 'continuation' high school...where he helps students catch up on the credits they need for graduation. chris is described as 'exemplary' -- and a fantastic mentor not only to the kids he works with -- but to his teacher colleagues. he's plays a key role in planning student and staff activities and was a big contributor to helping san andreas earn california model school status this past year..
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those who know him say that chris french embodies the small school atmosphere at san andreas that focuses on making school a 'loving and engaging' place to be.. if you know a teacher you'd like to nominate...just go to our website, kron four dot com. click on 'features' and then choose 'teacher of the week.' grant and vicki? (anchor 1) rain is hitting the bay rain is hitting the bay area tonight-- making for a wet commute home. this is a look at stormtracker 4 radar (anchor 2) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here with details on how long it's going to last. lawrence karnow: another storm brought more rain to the bay area today. rain will turn to showers overnight. on the radar you can see the storm
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moving through the bay area. snow will be heavy over the sierra through friday. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are up for the western slopes of the sierra and the greater lake tahoe area. showers will continue tomorrow but a strong storm will bring heavy rain and gusty winds tomorrow night and into thursday. more rain is likely this weekend. (vicki) next on kron4 news at 5... more e-coli cases are being linked to romaine lettuce from california. lettuce from romaine weekend.likely this more rain is likely this weekend. (vicki) weekend. likely this more rain is likely this
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break out from romaine lettuce has caused 43 people to get sick in a dozen different states.(vicki) and the f-d-a has traced it back to parts of california. kron 4's sara stinson has the latest details and what we need to know to stay safe. grocery stores like safeway are taking every precaution - clearing out any romaine lettuce believed to be contaminated with e coli especially the produce grown in california. "i immediately checked my fridge to see if i had any romaine because i like it, but i didn't have any." "all the sudden its bad and it's like ah what am i going to do?"the c-d-c first issued the food safety alert two days before thanksgiving."my wife threw out some of the lettuce we had that was in our refrigerator and most of the stores have taken it off the shelves so that's what we did and we didn't have it for thanksgiving."and ever since stores have been clearing their shelves.it's called a clean break where all producers and distributors get rid of contaminated lettuce and provide clear labeling to show people the lettuce's date and origin. the f-d-a says you
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can eat romaine lettuce just not from california as the e coli has been traced to the end of season harvest in the central and northern parts of the state.some shoppers say it's hard to find lettuce grown else where."i'm going to go back and look for it this morning because they didn't have any yesterday so that's what i'm going back in for today."others are now trying out a new leafy green."argula. i haven't done anything but not eat romaine."symptoms of e coli usually begin about three to four days after consuming the bacteria.if you have already bought romaine lettuce you believe to be contaminated - either throw it away or return the lettuce back to the store where you bought it.in walnut creek, sara stinson, kron four news.### (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(grant) ken wayne and pam moore ken
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wayne and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (pam) thanks vicki and grant. here are the stories we're working on at 6. (pam) the trump administration has launched an appeal ... of a court order that bars the government from refusing asylum to immigrants... who attempt to enter the country illegally. this, as the crisis at the southern border of our state continues to intensify. (ken) and some local tech companies step up to help solve the housing crisis in the bay area. we'll talk to a local activist about what more needs to be done to help solve the issue. (ken) and we're continuing to track the storm moving through the bay area...kron4 news at 6... back in just 70 seconds.
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yeah. trying to get ready before it comes. cause more damage> (ken) ready or not... the rain is here. tonight at 6... one bay area business hoping its preparations were enough ... as another system of wet weather moves in. you can see what the weather looks like on our bridge cameras tonight. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge, richmond bridge, bay bridge and the golden gate. and here's at what's contributing to traffic problems tonight... lots of green on the radar right now. and the wet conditions are expected to stick around for a couple of days. thank you for joining us. i'm ken wayne. (pam) and i'm pam moore. we have team coverage of the weather team coverage we have team coverage of the weather this evening. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is in the kron4 weather center tracking the storm. but first off -- kron4's dan kerman is in san francisco ... where the rain is not the only thing causing problems for commuters tonight.... dan? tuesday afternoon billy shoemaker and her friend were
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gathering sandbags for her mother's house in preparation for the storm.sot billie shoemaker/getting sandbags :06 at 17th and folsom barriers were set up in this low lying area should the rains overflow the sewar systemsot idil bereket/sf puc :22local businesses have seen those issuessot hans art/hans art automotive :30rain did come at midday.. and it's believed it contributed to this. a 4 foot by 1 and half foot hill in the number 4 land of southbound 101 just south of grand avenue in south san francisco. sot officer vu williams/chp :51the chp shutdown lane 4 backing traffic up past candlestick.... cal trans crews arrived on seen, conducted inspections, and decided rebar needed to be replaced before the hold could be filled with quick drying concrete.... cool temps and rain made for a long process that pushed into teh afternoon commute.121/afternoon commute (ken) time now for our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: another storm
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brought more rain to the bay area today. rain will turn to showers overnight. on the radar you can see the storm moving through the bay area. snow will be heavy over the sierra through friday. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are up for the western slopes of the sierra and the greater lake tahoe area. showers will continue tomorrow but a strong storm will bring heavy rain and gusty winds tomorrow night and into thursday. more rain is likely this commute121/afternoon commute. afternoon into teh that pushed a long process dan? tuesday afternoon billy shoemaker and her friend were gathering (ken) time now for (ken)
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(ken) time now for our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: another storm brought more rain to the bay area today. rain will turn to showers overnight. on the radar you can see the storm moving through the bay area. snow will be heavy over the sierra through friday. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are up for the western slopes of the sierra and the greater lake tahoe area. showers will continue tomorrow but a strong storm will bring heavy rain and gusty winds tomorrow night and into thursday. more rain is likely this weekend. weekend.likely this more rain is likely this
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weekend. our storm our storm 'team coverage' continues with kron four's philippe djegal. he reports from contra conta county... where public works crews are planning for the rough weather ahead.. (philippe) it didn't take much rain to force this oak tree to fall down on a fence along the iron horse trail in walnut creek.steve padilla/public works- "fortunately, the, it didn't fall on the house, uh, a
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little fence damage, but we're taking care of that." some of the tree is still standing... but steve padilla with the contra costa county public works department says crews trimmed it up to prevent passersby from getting injured.steve padilla/public works- "if you hear any creaking in the tree, or you know, have any sense that this tree may go down. you know, contact us and we'll come out and take a look at it and see if it needs to be removed." flooding is also a concern in the east bay.steve padilla/public works- "we have five dandbag locations throughout the county." and, they're located in bay point, byron, oakley, martinez and richmond.steve padilla/public works- "we refresh those so that way if you have any concerns with flooding in your area, you could go out there, get some sandbags and make sure that you're safe during the rains." and, you could save yourself and possibly your neighbors a headache, by safely clearing your yards and storm drains of loose debris which could cause standing water..steve padilla/public works- "the rain door is open right now, right. we had our first rains, uh, this last weekend, we're looking at rain tonight, uh, looking at rain wednesday night through thursday morning. uh, usually, the second or third day is when we start to see things happen. uh, we may see, you know, some slides. we may see some, you know, trees coming down, and so that's when we be prepared -- to make sure that we take care of any issues
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that may arise throughout the county." before those issues cause damage. in walnut creek, philippe djegal kron four news. (pam) (pam) you can stay connected on this storm ... as even more rain is headed our way... with our kron-4 mobile app. there you will find full forecasts ... and get push alerts about the weather in your neighborhood. it's all on the kron-4 mobile app (ken) in the east bay... prosecutors have delayed their death penalty decision in a deadly stabbing at a bart station. john lee cowell was charged with murder and attempted murder for the stabbing death of nia wilson and the stabbing of her sister letifah at the macarthur bart station in july. he is now facing the death penalty... but the decision is being postponed for three weeks. cowell is expected to enter a plea on december
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20th. a vandalism suspect has been arrested for defacing private property in antioch. hateful images including the n-word were among the graffiti sprayed on walls downtown kron4's haaziq madyun tells us how the community helped identify the suspect the two toned hooded sweat shirt you see being worn in the photo on the left, matches the hoodie you see on the right. it is also the same clothing worn by the person allegedly responsible for a major vandalism spree in downtown antioch over the thanksgiving weekend. tuesday morning antioch police announced the arrest of a suspect. he is 24-year-old lawrence phipps of antiochsot the graffiti which included swaztikas and racial slurs was very disturbing for some folks here at shearz- on-3rd beauty salonsot
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to make it look like a hate crime?">this artistic mural, an antioch visual landmark was also defaced during the vandalism spreesot antioch police are not saying what they have for a motive in this case. however investigators are crediting the swiftness of the arrest as a result of multiple tips from the communitysot...in antioch haaziq madyun kron4news (pam) (pam) a big story tonight... the family of a teen who drowned in the pool at an east bay high school.. is filing a lawsuit against the school district. benjamin curry was a freshman at san ramon valley high school in danville. he was found in the deep end of the school's pool .. back on may 8th.
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today-- his family filed a wrongful death lawsuit -- claiming, the teacher, aaron becker, was on his cell phone .. while students were treading water. they say, surveillance video shows the teacher standing on the diving board and looking at his phone. danville police ruled curry's death an accident .. and did not file charges. in the north bay... a bomb threat shuts down a large middle school ... leaving parents standing in long lines trying to reconnect with their children. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, parents say, it is nerve racking to think something like this could happen at their children's school. (take pkg) as speciality teams and dogs scoured mill valley middle school, anxious parents waited in long lines to pick up their children after receiving word that at bomb threat had shut down the school. linn walsh, asst. to city manager, mill valley. we got the call in the morning and acted quickly contacting parents, and nearby residents. also we had a shelter in place... bruce randall. nerve racking, even if not real. yeah, just trying to get to my kid. gerald mclean, yeah, it was anxiousmorgan
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mclean, it was scary at first. grace kwong, student. we teamed up togehter. although no explosive were detected... parents say this gave them insight for any future emergency. parent. i think they could have given more information. as for the threat... the police department has launched an investigation. in mill valley, terisa estacio (ken) marking one of the saddest days in san francisco history. we take a look back at the assasinations of mayor george moscone... and supervisor harvey milk... 40 years ago today. (pam) first the u-s government... now the united nations .. both now the united government... s first the u- (pam) today.40 years ago harvey milk... supervisor moscone... and george of mayor assasinations terisa estacio in mill valley, terisa estacio (ken) (ken) marking one of the
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saddest days in san francisco history. we take a look back at the assasinations of mayor george moscone... and supervisor harvey milk... 40 years ago today. (pam) first the u-s government... now the united nations .. both warning about the dangers of climate change. the latest report that details the threat the planet is facing. (ken) and silicon valley companies... often blamed for helping create the bay area's housing crisis... are now stepping up to build affordable places to live. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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( ken on cam) a trio of technology companies has stepped up to help end the affordable housing crisis in the bay area. kron four's rob fladeboe tells us about a big-time donation received by the housing trust of silicon valley. launched last year to fund affordable housing projects like "the villas on the park," here on north second street in downtown san jose, housing
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trust silicon valley's "tech fund," has now reached $50 million dollars. cisco systems on tuesday pledged $10 million dollars to the fund, whle linked-in and the mountain view based pure storage donated $5 million dollars each, says the housing trust's julie mahowald.julie mahowald/housing trust silicon valley ".....we are so excited to have the three companies come together as a partnership and show their faith in the housing trust and how we can quickly take their invested dollars and break ground and get housing built..."the "2nd street studios,' at second and alma in san jose is another housing trust project. the tech fund was established as an avenue for tech companies, many of whom have been criticized for helping to create the housing shortage, to do something about it. juie mahowald/housin g trust silicon valley "...that pressure is out there. it isn't the full responsibility of corporations but they have people who live here and they recognize that these are problems right here in their back yard that then can help solve...."to date, tech fund dollars have helped finance15 affordable housing projects with a combined 15-
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hundred low income homes.rob fladeboe/san jose "....the housing trust hopes this latest donation will help inspire other technology companies toopen their wallets. it's also important to point out that both cisco and linked-in already each donated $10 million dollars to the tech fund last year. in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news the housing crisis is a complex problem ... without one single "silver bullet" solution. it's hard enough to agree on what the underlying issues are. earlier today ... kron 4's ryan o'donnell talked with a bay area activist about the issue.. he says, that baby boomers -- not greedy developers -- are a large part of why housing costs continue to skyrocket.
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let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: another storm
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brought more rain to the bay area today. rain will turn to showers overnight. on the radar you can see the storm moving through the bay area. snow will be heavy over the sierra through friday. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are up for the western slopes of the sierra and the greater lake tahoe area. showers will continue tomorrow but a strong storm will bring heavy rain and gusty winds tomorrow night and into thursday. more rain is likely this weekend. coming up... amnesty international protests in san francisco.... this, as google employees are speaking out against their own company. how they say, google could be helping the could be say, google how they own company. weekend.likely this more rain is likely this weekend.
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coming up... amnesty international protests in san francisco.... this, as google employees are speaking out against their own company. how they say, google could be helping the chinese government spy on its own citizens. (ken) another dire prediction about climate change. this time it's from the united nations. which says we need to do much more to keep our planet safe. ♪ this little home of mine,
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♪ unplug chargers - go, ♪ devices go off-line. turn thermostats down low, ♪ led's shine mighty fine. ♪ small actions quickly grow, ♪ to let our great state shine. energy upgrade california, will let us shine. ♪ (pam) a new report from the united nations is sounding the alarm on the urgency of climate change.. (ken) this on the heels of a u.s. government report released last friday ... that outlined the seriousness of the
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challenges ahead... grant lodes joins us now in studio with the latest on today's report. (grant) a new united nations climate report says the earth's average temperature is tracking to rise three-point-two degrees by the year 21-hundred. (grant) the 20-18 emissions gap report says such a temperature increase would bring about dire consequences for human health and global economies. senator bernie sanders saying today.... that climate change should not be a debatable issue.. meanwhile meanwhile president trump has dismissed a study produced by his own administration. released friday, it involves 13 federal agencies and more
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than 300 leading climate scientists.it warns of the potentially catastrophic impact of climate change, says humans are at least partially responsible, and suggests we're rapidly approaching the point of no return.mister trump says he doesn't believe the report... that his administration released. (grant)the united states is the only country not in the paris climate agreement. president trump pulled the country out of the pact, claiming it was bad for the u-s economy. (ken) pressure is growing on g-m to abandon its plans to close five north american auto plants. we'll tell you the specific threat the president made against the auto maker. the lives of two san francisco leaders .. come to a tragic end. we take a look back on this 40th anniversary of the shooting deaths of george moscone and harvey milk.
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preventive care. financial help is available, so check for yourself to see what savings you qualify for. for health insurance starting january 1st, enroll by december 15th. because you never know when life... ...will change. get covered today. years ... since two san francisco city leaders where assassinated. mayor geoge moscone and supervisor harvey milk were remembered today in a ceremony not far from where the double murder took place. kron4's maureen kelly talked to those who remember them as pioneers who changed the face of the city. both mayor moscone and supervisor milk have been shot and killed.the double killing sent shockwaves thru the city.
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their assailant... disgruntled former supervisor dan white who was convicted of manslaugther and then killed himself not long after being parolled.moscone who had served as a state senator before being elected mayor of his home town....is remembered for changing city governement by appointing women, people of color and members of the lgbt community to committees and boards making it more diverse. supervisor harvey milk is remembered as a civil rights pioneer...one of the first openly gay people to be elected to office.those who knew them say the city would be a different place if they had lived.if dan white had not assignated two visonaries..... a candlelight vigil in their honor will gather in the castro tonight at 7 oclock.....a somber tradition now in it's 40th year.maureen kelly kron4 news.george moscone was 46 years old when he was elected mayor of san francisco, his son remembers that as a city native it was an especially proud moment for his father. he really felt close to the city, this was his city, and for the people to vote him in the office, the city that he was born in raised in it meant everything to him. before he won that election, mrs. moscone served in the state senate as a liberal progressive any continue that tradition as mayor. i want to give fair warning to the pessimist who may be among my constituents, that we can accomplish what we set out to do willie brown became friends with mosconi in law school and served alongside him in the state
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legislature, he says mosconi forever changed san francisco. he did so by helping people who were ones on the outside looking in the power structure and that help make san francisco be inclusive and tolerance city that it is today. that it is today. tolerance city that it is today. let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist
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lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast... lawrence karnow: another storm brought more rain to the bay area today. rain will turn to showers overnight. on the radar you can see the storm moving through the bay area. snow will be heavy over the sierra through friday. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are up for the western slopes of the sierra and the greater lake tahoe area. showers will continue tomorrow but a strong storm will bring heavy rain and gusty winds tomorrow night and into thursday. more rain is likely this weekend. weekend. likely this weekend.
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(pam) (pam) a group of google
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employees posted an open letter today... calling on their employer to stop working on a project .... to bring a the search engine to china. amnesty international gathered in san francisco today .. to protest wha is known as "project dragonfly." the search engine would reportedly block chinese citizens from certain search topics ... as well as allow the government access to what people search for online. the letter from employees today alleges ... those policies would make the company complicit in oppression and human rights abuses. (pam) google declined our request for comment --- but did direct us to a previous statement... which said, that work on a search engine for china has been exploratory... and that google is not close to launching a search product in china. (ken) there are calls for a boycott against the san francisco giants because one of the owners' support of a mississippi politican who made racially offensive comments. giants owner charlie
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johnson - made a contribution to senator cindy hyde-smith who made comments about her willingness to attend a public lynching ... and her pride in the history of the confederacy... (ken) google... actually one of the companies to request a refund for its donation to hyde-smiths campaign after her comments surfaced... the incumbent... was all smiles today as she went to cast her ballont in brookhaven, mississippi. today... voters in that state cast their ballots to determine whether or not hyde smith will continue to represent them in washington. kristen holmes reports. republicans on edge in the deep red state of mississippi as voters cast their ballots in a tighter than expected run-off.republican senator cindy hyde-smith's once easy path to victory, now mired in racial controversy, after the emergence of this video -- hyde-smith telling supporters she'd attend a public hanging, sen. cindy hyde-smith / -r- mississippi: anyone that was offended by my comments i
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certainly apologize.then this one, seemingly endorsing voter suppression at liberal colleges,sen. cindy hyde-smith / -r- mississippi: maybe we want to make it just a little more difficult.prompting a deeper dive into hyde-smith's past and the discovery of these 2014 photos of the senator posing with confederate memorabilia.and reports hyde-smith pushed a resolution praising a confederate soldier's efforts to quote defend his homeland. all of this, in a state with a dark racial past, where democratic candidate mike espy is running to be the state's first black senator since reconstruction.mike espy / -d- mississippi senate candidate: if i'm lucky and blessed and privileged enough to be elected tonight i think it's going to represent a sea change.president trump going all in to protect the seat in the magnolia state, stumping for hyde-smith on the eve of the election.president donald trump: cindy's is far left, oh he's out there.democrats know it's an uphill battle for espy but are hoping for a surge in black voter turnout that might carry them to an unlikely victory.i'm kristen holmes reporting.
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(ken)results are starting to come in from mississippi tonight.right now hyde smith holds a 9 percentage point lead over democratic challenger "espy".... with 22 percent of precincts reporting. (pam) ahead.. the mayor of tijuana demanding help ... as thousands of migrants crowd the border. what the white house is saying in response. (ken) today the trump
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administration said it will appeal a court order that bars the government from refusing asylum to immigrants who attempt to enter the country illegally. the justice department notice says it will appeal the order to the 9th circuit court of appeals in san francisco... which issued the order on november 19th. the court sided with legal groups who pointed out that federal law allows asylum requests from immigrants regardless of whether or not they entered the country legally. (ken) the fate of thousands of migrants seeking asylum at the border remains unclear... after violence broke out over the weekend at one of the busiest ports of entry.(pam) kron 4's camila bernal has more on the unrest from the u-s/ mexico border in san diego county. u-s border patrol officials are getting a first- hand look at the migrant crisis at the u- s southern border ...nats... where violence erupted over the weekend as frustrations
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flared. nats: wow!sunday - u-s border patrol agents fired tear gas at hundreds of migrants attempting to cross the border.agents say it was in self defense - as some migrants were throwing rocks. the event - becoming an international flashpoint. mexico's foreign ministry - now asking the u-s to investigate the incident.and the mayor of tijuana - criticizing the border patrol's actions while calling for humanitarian helpjuan manuel gastelum, mayor of tijuana/monday: i can not agree on the use of force, not even that type of force that is tear gas or rubber bullets. meanwhile, president trump is defending the border patrol's actions -- while threatening to close the borderreporter: "what would cause you to close the border?"president trump/monday: "violence. if they do a charge because with a closed border it's very easy to stop, with an open border it's not."the white house on tuesday echoing the president's comments --sarah sanders/ white house press secy: law enforcement officials have used appropriate non-lethal force to protect themselves and prevent and illegal rush across the border. in san ysidro, i'm camila bernal. (pam)
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(pam) coming up... what's next for g-m .... now that the company faces backlash to its plan to slash its north american workforce. sfx: tinny headphone music
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house is calling on general motors to rethink its decision to lay off thousands of employees. and now the president is threatening retaliation. g-m announced yesterday it plans to cut 15 percent of its salaried staff. mark meredith is in washington with a look at how lawmakers hope to save u-s jobs. trt: 1:25out: in washington, i'm mark meredith. nat: "its a great disappointment...."white house economic advisor larry kudlow says president trump is angry over general motors decision to close factories in
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three states, cutting thousands of u-s jobs."holiday season layoffs from gm...brutal, just brutal"now the president is threatening to punish g-m because of the layoffs.on twitter he wrote ..."we are now looking at cutting all gm subsidies including for electric cars." "the american worker needs more from president trump than empty rhetoric"senate minority leader chuck schumer says g-m has plenty of money after republicans passed corporate tax cuts last year.lawmakers from michigan, ohio, and maryland are calling on g-m to rethink its decision.ohio senator sherrod brown says congress can do more too.brown wants lawmakers to pass his bill "the american car, american jobs act."the bill would roll back tax cuts that helped companies move jobs overseas."it cancels the 50% coupon off their taxes, and it provides incentives to hire american workers in the united states"the united auto workers wants lawmakers to pressure g-m.the u-a-w group posted this video on facebook monday. "it's time to tell general motors they need to build
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product where they sell product. "the white house says it spoke with g-m's ceo about the decision and discussions remain ongoing.in washington, i'm mark meredith. let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: another storm brought more rain to the bay area today. rain will turn to showers overnight. on the radar you can see the storm moving through the bay area. snow will be heavy over the sierra through friday. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are up for the western slopes of the sierra and the greater lake
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tahoe area. showers will continue tomorrow but a strong storm will bring heavy rain and gusty winds tomorrow night and into thursday. more rain is likely this weekend. in sports... we look back in sports... weekend.likely this more rain is thursday. night and into thursday. more rain is likely this weekend.
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in sports... we take another look at that incledible warriors comeback last night... with 49 points from kevin durant... does k-d think the team is finally dialed in? and only a day after officially being released by the 49ers ... reuben foster has found a new home ... mark will let you know which team picked him up... and when he may play again ... coming up
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(pam) lots to talk (pam) (pam) lots to talk about in the sports world tonight... (ken) mark carpenter joins us in the studio. when the 49ers released reuben foster yesterday, there was thinking that his football career is pretty much over. but it seems his legal troubles weren't enough to stop a new team from signing him. the washington redskins claimed the linebacker off of waivers this afternoon...just three days after he was arrested for domestic violence. just because he's with a new franchise, that does not mean he'll start playing games... the league has placed him on the commissioner's exempt list, which means he can be at the team's facility. áhowever, he cannot practice or attend games. he still must go through the legal process of his recent
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charges... and face any potential discipline from the league. turning now to the warriors-- who showed us once again that even if two all-stars are out of their lineup, no deficit is too large... and kevin durant knows how to finish games. "this time they're up one" "well there is no two for one here""durant three.... yes! how good is kevin durant!!" another top of the key....durant of the key....durant dagger last night as the warriors capped off a huge rally against orlando. --the champs were down by as many as 18 in the 2nd half... then the warriors went on a run...outscoring the magic 69- 46 in the final two quarters. --durant and klay thompson combined for 78-points... and durant has 93 in his last two games, the most in that span during his entire career. --and there's a chance they get steph curry back for thursday in toronto --steve kerr on the two-time finals mvp. "incredible, the guy's just amazing. he's so talented. and i think the last
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few games he just kind of knew he had to put us on his shoulders because of the four-game losing streak, the strugles.""all the stuff that's happened this month it feels like so long ago. i think we've just movedpast that and are trying to play good basketball." now moving back to football--teams around the league naming their recipients for the ed block courage award. and jared cook is representing the raiders. voted on by teammates, the honor is given to the player that best exemplifies sportsmanship and courage on and off the field. in other news regarding the team, the silver and black already have a losing season...and during this campaign, derek carr has taken some serious hits. the franchise quarterback...has already been sacked a career-high 35-times this year... compared to 20-through all of last season. this past sunday in baltimore, he was seen limping...and suffered an ankle injury. all indications are he will play this sunday against the chiefs. jon gruden...on how his qb has been handling increased pressure "i think he's done
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well. i think he's done well in all areas. he's adapting to a new offense, he's adapting to new skill receivers around him. we've had numerous injuries up front. we've had a new feature back. he's had a lot of change, but he's doing well. he's taking care of the football. i don't know when the last interception is that he has thrown. i'm proud of what he is doing. the sharkies in the middle of a 5-game road trip. tonight in buffalo... taking on the sabres... sharks coach peter deboer... hoping for a better result than the 6-nothing loss in vegas... scoreless in the 2nd eriod... rasmus ristolainen... makes a great fake and turns on the red light... 1-0 sabres still 1-0 in the 3rd... nathan beaulieu... converts off the cross pass.... it's in the back of the nest... 2-0 sabres after a joe pavelski goal got them =within a goal... pavelski... does it against... tucking it in on the power play totie the game!! un fortunately for the sharks... the sabres just scored in overti
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