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you what... i am proud to shut down the government for border security."(vicki) an extrordinary boast at an explosive meeting in the oval office.the president, declaring he would rather close down the government than compromise on his border wall. (grant) it came during angry confrontation with democratic congressional leaders, chuck schumer and nancy pelosi(pkg) "you know what i'll say? yes. if we don't get what we want, one way or the other, whether it's through you, through military, through anyone you want to call, i will shut down the government. absolutely." the president is demanding five billion dollars for his border wall.a majority of senators are willing to put up 1.6 billion for border security nancy pelosi, the likely incoming speaker, was emboldened by democratic gains to challenge the president let me say one thing. the fact is that you don't have the votes in the house."nancy, i do. we need border security. it's simple."the oval office meeting was supposed to be closed to the media.the president summoned the cameras at the last minute, despite protests from the democratic leaders.
minority leader> "i don't think we should have this debate in front of the press." "let's have the debate in private."president trump repeated several unsubstantiate d claims .... that ten terrorists had been apprehended at the border ... and that illegal immigrants spread disease... "look, we have to have the wall. this isn't a question. this is a national emergency. all the while refusing to budge on a compromise.and if it's not good border security, i won't take it. it is very good border security.and if it's not good border security i won't take it. afterwards senate minority leader chuck schumer said he wasn't impressed by what he called the president's temper tantrum. "the president made clear that he wants a shutdown. his position -- if he sticks to his position for a $5 billion wall -- he will get no wall and he will get a shutdown." "unfortunately, that the president choose to shutdown the government -- that we have a trump shutdown as a christmas present, as a holiday present to the american people." (grant) (grant) a chirstmas present for
the democrats too. the president's statement that he alone is responsible for any government shut down takes them off the hook. the deadline for reaching a deal is december 21st, (vicki) happening now in the east bay... police in fremont are looking for a driver who hit and killed a pedestrian early this morning. and investigators are trying to figure out if the heavy fog could have played a factor. kron 4's will tran reports. a pedestrian was killed in a hit-and-run in fremont early this morning, according to police. officers responded at 3:51 a.m. to a report of a body in the roadway on paseo padre parkway between isherwood way and decoto road. they arrived to find an adult who had died and there was evidence of a collision with a vehicle. the driver of the vehicle was not at the scene and has not been identified, police said. no other information about the case was immediately released by police. lawrence karnow: dense fog gave way to hazy sunshine and and cool sunshine and to hazy
gave way to hazy sunshine and and cool temperatures. highs today were in the 50s and low 60s. we are seeing a few showers on doppler radar in far northern california. on the satellite you can see another storm headed our way. it is very weak and will only bring a slight chance of showers overnight. there will also be patchy dense fog inland. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to mid 60s. it should be dry on thursday but more rain is possible late in the day on friday with showers lingering into saturday. another storm will bring rain to the bay area late on sunday. (vicki) (vicki) sunday.late on sunday.
(vicki) a warning about something on your car that you might not think needs upkeeping. headlights. triple-a says older headlights pose a major safety concern for drivers. (grant) the report says headlights that start to get foggy-- or start to yellow-- only produce about 22-percent of the light they did when they were new. joining us now live on skype is mike blasky with triple-a. triple-a.
(grant) happening now... nearly 30-thousand pounds of jimmy dean sausages are being recalled. and it's due to a possible metal contamination. the product affected is the "jimmy dean heat 'n serve original sausage links" made with pork and turkey. officials say they were produced and packaged on august 4th-- so they could be in your fridge or freezer right now. the item has a use by date of january 31st. so far..the company has received 5 complaints of metal pieces found in the sausage links. if you have the product, you can either throw it away or return it to the store from
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the salvation army in newark is gearing up for a big give away during the holidays. they're asking for food toys and warm jackets but also need volunteers who can help pass them out. their angel tree program allows businesses to sponsor a child, for the tri-city location they can pick up a tag at raley's supermarket and kaiser permanente in fremont. the sign up list for kids to get toys ended in october but families in need are still eligble for those free holiday meals. volunteers will help pack them up in boxes...the salvation army is specifically asking for turkeys.sot: lily maccallum, salvation army// "the holiday are coming around very soon and if you were thinking as a private citizen that you would like to help out and help a family in need like i said we are accepting donations of turkeys and also donations of frozen desserts and finally a lot of folks just like to donate their time which is absolutely priceless and we are accepting volunteers to help us ring a bell."look up a location near you because some salvation armys across the east bay are distributing holodays meals those in need can cook at home. while others will host a santa workshop where kids pick up toys. there are other east bay organizations you can either volunteer at or benefit from including: - all salvation army's - the alameda and contra costa coty food bank - you can drop off toys at all alameda county fire departments until december
24th and contra costa county fire protection district stations until noon this friday the 14th. - meals on wheels in walnut creek at 1300 civic drive needs volunteers to deliver food to seniors and financial support. - christmas for everyone 68 at morello avenue martinez will serve a full traditional christmas meal on christmas day and hand out a bag of groceries on your way home, plus will have gently used clothes to choose from// they also need volunteers - the pleasant hill senior center on 233 gregory lane is collecting food too. apparently toys for tots in concord are no longer accepting donations because they've hit their limit which is good news. (grant) one man's effort to bring awareness to pollution..brought him all the way to hawaii, from japan. and he is expected to eventually be in san francisco. this is video as 51-year-old ben lecomte swam to shore on oahu yesterday. shore on oahu news. which is good their limit they've hit because donations accepting donations because they've hit their limit which is good news.
video as 51-year-old ben lecomte swam to shore on oahu yesterday. he first stepped in the waters in japan a little more than six months ago. lecomte was originally supposed to swim from japan to san francisco..but bad weather forced him to stop in hawaii. he says what he saw on the journey was eye-opening. ben lecomte, swam from japan to hawaii: the expedition .. bringing as much awareness on ocean pollution to try to inspire people to change their habit, cause it's like.. the reason we know it is the way we live on earth.. we don't recycle, way we use single use plastic.. so we have to change that (grant) that (grant) a boat tagged along-side lecomte to collect data about plastic pollution.
he says at times-- his support crew collected 100 pieces of plastic every half hour. lecomte plans to continue his journey to san fancisco-- it's just not clear how soon. just not clear fancisco-- it's just not clear how soon. (anchor) taking a live look outside... at the san mateo bridge.(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: dense fog gave way to hazy sunshine and and cool temperatures. highs today were in the 50s and low 60s. we are seeing a w showers on doppler radar in far northern california. on the satellite you can see another storm headed our way. it is very weak and will only bring a slight chance of showers overnight. there will also be patchy dense fog inland. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to mid 60s. it should be dry on thursday but more rain is possible late in
the day on friday with showers lingering into saturday. another storm will bring rain to the bay area late on sunday. (grant) next on kron4 news at 5... parents are upset after kids dressed upset after parents are 5... sunday.late on to the bay area will bring rain to the bay area late on sunday. this little home of mine,
high school student saw friday afternoon...parent"she was in an assembly, and three students dressed as the kkk walked down the middle of the assembly as part of a play." this picture captured the scene on stage...parent "disgusted. it's wrong in any way shape or form. there is no justification for it."this asu prep parent said his daughter asked him to remain anonymous...but he's upset students and parents weren't alerted ahead of time.parent "at least inform the parents, give us the ability to make that decision.// and the kkk walked into my kids school friday and i didn't get to stop it."the popular play is actually a comedy.and the foreigner, no stranger to controversy at high schools.a minnesota school canceled the production last year after their costumes went viral.a spokesperson for asu told abc15, in part:"we apologize if anyone was caught by surprise with the appearance of these characters.we are confident that a fair reading of the text of the play, and a fair interpretation of the intentions of students who performed it, reveals no endorsement of bigotry."one parent though still believes it should have never happened
in the first place.parent"we can talk about racial prejudice, we can talk about the insensitivity. but to have our children put on the robes and characters, it's wrong." (vicki) wrong."characters, it's assume the characters, it's wrong." (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(grant) ken wayne and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (ken)thanks grant and vicki. here are the stories we're working on tonight at 6. (ken) a brazen act of vandalism over the weekend during santacon festivities. now one of the restaurant's regulars is sharing the shocking video ... in an effort to catch those responsible. (pam) and steph curry and the warriors were in san francisco today ... but not to address the question that is on most everyone's mind. the latest on the curry moon landing controversy. (pam) and the raiders... in hot water tonight with its hometown , after the city of oakland announces a major lawsuit... that's all coming up on the kron4 news at 6.
owner mark davis... for its decision to leave town. thank you for joining us. i'm ken wayne.(pam) and i'm pam moore. the lawsuit asks for financial damages because of the teams' move to las vegas. kron four's terisa estacio is live in oakland tonight... and terisa -- it is not just the oakland raiders involved in the lawsuit-- who else is named?