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approval to come to the united states, and more specifically oakland.sot bes thing i have ever heard in my life...the news is bittersweet as abdullah has a genetic brain condition that has worsened over time. he's been on a venilator for a month and doctor's say the outlook is grim. his father ali, who is an american citizen, brought him to the united states on october first to get treatment. his mother applied for a visa last year but had been unable to get it until her request was finally granted after the story made news headlines around the world.sot these days it's hard for anyone to get a waiver.... tuesday night ali hassan was with friends and his son inside the hospital awaiting his son's mom's arrival. ali says this is long overdue but he's happy that abdullah will have a chance to be with his mother at least one last time. sot crazy to be honest man (jr) (ken)
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an oakland nurse who was deported to mexico last year is now home ... with her four children ... in the bay area ... just in time for the holidays. we first told you about this on saturday.. when maria mendoza sanchez's flight landed at san francisco international airport.(pam) today -- kron4's michelle kingston met mendoza - sanchez at her house in oakland -- where she and her family are getting ready for the holidays. (mk)it feels like a christmas miracle for maria mendoza sanchez ...to be home in sanchez ... holidays.for the (jr) honest man (jr)
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dreams about like being here, that it usually takes me a little while but to look around and say, 'am i really here? and yes, i'm really here. i am really here.'">(ken) an oakland nurse who was deported to mexico last year is now home ... with her four children ... in the bay area ... just in time for the holidays. we first told you about this on saturday.. when maria mendoza sanchez's flight landed at san francisco international airport.(pam) today -- kron4's michelle kingston met mendoza - sanchez at her house in oakland -- where she and her family are getting ready for the holidays. (mk)it feels like a christmas miracle for maria mendoza sanchez ...to be home in oakland wrapping gifts for the holiday.maria mendoza sanchez, oakland"i was very happy to, to be able to be home, sit down, just with the kids."20 years ago -- mendoza sanchez entered the united states illegally ... she raised a family here with her husband and became an oncology nurse. in august 2017 -- she was deported back to mexico with
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her husband.maria mendoza sanchez, oaklandit was really difficult. all the time i was speaking spanglish!but on saturday -- after almost a year and a half away from her four children -- mendoza sanchez was able to fly back to the united states -- with an h1b visa go back to work at highland hospital ... and be home for christmas -- at least for now. the visa will eventually expire.maria mendoza sanchez, oaklandright now i just take it one step at a time... when its about to expire we can apply for another 3 years if we get lucky we get another 3 years if we dont then that will be it mendoza sanchez has only been back for a few days ... but says it's good to be home with her children.maria mendoza sanchez, oakland"i look around and say, am i really here? and yes, i am really here. i am really here."mendoza sanchez plans to take her family to disneyland for christmas.in oakland michelle kingston kron 4 news 4 news kingston kron 4 news
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lawrence karnow: it was partly cloudy and cool after patchy dense fog this morning. storm clouds brought a tornado near seattle today causing damage to homes and trees. doppler is still seeing some rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the weak high pressure keeping the storms mainly to the north. dense fog will fill the bay and the valleys tonight and tomorrow morning before giving way to partly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures tomorrow. highs will be in the 50s to mid 60s. it should be nice on thursday too before another
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chance of showers on friday and this weekend. weekend. (pam)(pam) from thanksgiving to new year's day, the u.s. postal service will handle 900- million packages ... that is 50- million more.. than last year. (ken) and this happens to be the busiest week of the year for workers as christmas is just around the corner.... kron 4's alecia reid joins us live from san francisco tonight... to show us how they manage all that mail? (alecia) crews are working around the clock to make sure people get their mail and packages before christmas.but, time is running out.pkgduring christmas time ...demand gets higher ...with each passing year. sot - this is crunch timewhat used to be termed the "busiest mailing day" of the year has morphed
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into the "busiest week," ... thanks to online shopping. sot - we're readyacross the us, more than 200 million packages are expected to be processed and delivered this week. the us postal service claims to have the most sophisticated mail processing and delivery network in the world ...sot - we're really excited. this is what we've been working towards for the entire year. close to 503-thousand parcels sot - it's pretty crazy right nowand over a million cards and letters will pass through the san francisco processing and distribution center on tuesday alone - one of the peak days of the week.sot - we've got all resources on board for that and we're pretty much ready.with a significant growth in package volume .... the post office has increased the number of automated parcel sorting machines ... so families can get their christmas gifts on time. sot - it's important for them to get it to us by thursday or friday. by then they need to upgrade to priority express by that point standupi'll tell you inside that processing center was chaotic ... however it was organized chaos.now remember you have until friday to mail
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your packages if you want it to arrive before christmas. by then you'll have to overnight it.reporting live from san francisco .... ar ... kron 4 news. (alecia) (ken) the holiday season is in full swing ... and there are only 6- days left to get all your christmas gifts.(pam) but beware --- thieves will also be out... looking to take advantage of unsuspecting shoppers. kron 4's charles clifford ... in san bruno with some holiday shopping safety tips. if you haven't started your holiday shopping yet, youre not alone.sothaven't even started.sotnot yet.over the next week, christmas shoppers will be scrambling to pick up presents for family and friends. but experts warn that even the most safety consious shoppers should remember to take some basic precautions to keep from being
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a victim of theft.when shopping at stores or malls, don't overload yourself with items. avoid wearing expensive jewelry or carrying too much cash. and never leave bags unattended.if you drove to the store, it's important to rember to lock your vehicle and hide valuables. sotyeah, be care full put stuff in the trunk.natsthieves usually go for stuff they can see sitting in a car and it only takes seconds for them smash a window and make off with your stuff. so hide those valuables. and if the idea of going to the mall ior a store is just too much there's always online shopping but that comes with risks as well. when looking for gifts online, make sure your software or apps are up to date so they are as secure as possible. if purchasing through a website, make sure it has secure connection. and never use unfamiliar wifi networks when making purchases.and finally, if you have packages delievred consider ask for an in person delivery or signature confirmation . you can also have packages delivered to your work or a secure location, like an amazon locker.
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(ken)(ken) a settlement has been reached ... in the high profile death of a 13-year-old boy near santa rosa. today, sonoma county officials agreed to ápay the family of andy lopez, three million dollars to settle the civil case out of court. there will be no civil trial to determine if the sheriff's deputy who shot and killed andy lopez, is culpable. years ago, eric gelhaus was cleared of all criminal charges, and was promoted to sergeant in 20-16. he is the iraq war veteran who pulled the trigger in october of 20-13... at the time lopez was walking down moreland avenue south of santa rosa... carrying what looked to be an a-k-47 assault rifle .. in fact, it was an airsoft b-b gun. sonoma county's sheriff says he hopes this settlement helps the lopez family heal.
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the community.">(ken) the sheriff says more people with fake weapons will continue to be shot. he says the only solution is for people to stop buying them and get rid of the ones they have. (pam) the clock is ticking towards a partial government shutdown .... that's if the president and lawmakers cannot reach an agreement on new government funding ... last week, president trump promised he would not sign any bill.. which did not include $5 - billion for a border wall... but now, the white house may be reversing course. a compromise could be on the horizon... omar jimenez .. in washington with the latest. reporter: "can we ask about
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the shutdown? president trump roundtable: "we'll see what happens, it's too early to tell, we need border security." border security is at the center of the current fight to avoid a government shutdown. specifically for th presidentit's been talk of a wall and five ábillion dollars to get it done.so far that proposal has gone nowhere. sarah sanders/white house press secy.: "at this point the senate has thrown out a lot of ideas, we're disappointed at the fact that they've yet to vote on something and pass something." and on capitol hillnegotiati ons are ongoing. sen. mitch mcconnell/-r- majority leader: "a proposal we offered that i thought was reasonable to both sides to give us the opportunity to in effect thread the needle on the border security. i heard back from senator schumer that the offer was not acceptable." sen. chuck schumer/-d- minority leader: "leader mcconnell proposed the bipartisan senate dhs bill, which has 1.6 billion for border security plus a one billion dollar slush fund for the president to use for his radical immigration agenda." which leaves a question of how to move forward. rep. nancy pelosi/-d- minority leader "we've said before very clearly that we could possibly come together around a cr for all 7 bills."many people involved in the process believe a continuing
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resolutionor short-term funding of the govenerment... is the only way to prevent a shutdown on friday.in washington i'm omar jimenez (ken) a surprising turn of events in a d-c federal courtroom today (tuesday). (pam) former trump national security adviser michael flynn .... will now have to wait until march to learn his legal fate. grant lodes is live in the studio tonight with the details. (grant) michael michael flynn's sentencing was unexpectedly postponed until at least march -- after flynn and his attornies accepted that postponment offer from the judge - flynn will continue to cooperate with the special counsel in the meantime. judge emmet sullivan, had harsh words for flynn, telling him -- "i am
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not hiding my disgust, my disdain for your criminal offense" -- and seeming to suggest he would end up behind bars. the federal judge also ordered flynn to stay within 50 miles of the nation's capital and surrender his passport. that restriction begins on january fourth... the judge says he is approving already- planned international travel. special counsel robert mueller's team cited flynn's broad cooperation with their investigation -- and at least one other justice department probe -- recommending a light sentence or even no prison time at all.(grant) flynn pleaded guilty last december to lying to the f-b-i about conversations during the obama-trump transition, with then-russian ambassador sergei kislyak. (pam) two major developments out of the trump administration today ... and they are in direct response to recent mass shootings. president trump rolled out a ban on bump- fire stocks - in
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response to the las vegas massacre last year.(ken) natasha chen explains, this comes just as a school safety commission releases recommendations following the parkland shooting. the deadliest mass shooting in modern u-s history was made worse by bump-fire stocks: a gun accessory the shooter used to rig his weapons and kill 58 people at a las vegas concert. sarah sanders / white house press secretary: "a 90-day period now begins in which persons with bump-stock type devices must turn those devices into an atf field office, or destroy them by march 21st."these accessories were not previously subject to federal regulation - but after a justice department review - they're now officially banned. on tuesday - the administration also issued a response to the parkland shooting.betsy devos / education secretary: "we could not keep our children safe by looking at just one aspect of the problem."the federal school safety commission did ánotá focus on gun control.but their report does mention armed school personnel. president trump: "these are people, teachers in many cases, that are the highest trained that you can get. people that are natural to firearms, people that know how
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to handle them."most notably - the department of education wants to rescind obama-era policies that sought to ensure minority students are not unfairly disciplined in schools.that's because senior white house officials said the commission heard teachers and students were afraid that students with a history of antisocial, sometimes violent behavior, were left unpunished. van jones / cnn political commentator: "none of those shooting were done by minority students at all. unfortunately, these things happen. but it's not a problem of minority students not being disciplined enough."the commission said there's no one-size-fits-all - and that local districts would have to tailor the recommendations to their students.in washington, i'm natasha chen reporting. (ken) the bridges in the bay area have a news years resolution get more money from motorists tolls are going up by one dollar on january first right at the stroke of midnight. john goodwin with the metropolitan transportation commission, and the bay area toll authority, says don't blame them for these toll hikes this was a choice made by the people of the bay area.
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mtc, senior public information officer"this is part of measure 3 voted in by the people and will help improve roads etc stuck in congestion" >(ken)congestion" >(ken) tolls are going up but it will still save you money to avoid crossing at peak times, and carpool when you can, or drive a clean vehicle that qualifies for the carpool lane. (pam) san jose is trying to rein in the ubiquitous e- scooter trend. there are at least two thousand e=scooters deployed across the city... but some riders are causing problems.... including riding on sidewalks. so, the city council is considering a new policy to regulate the scooters. one idea is called geo -
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fencing... which is similar to what helps grocery stores keep track of shopping carts. the technology could limit where those scooters operate... (pam) the new policy will be implemented in february of next year. (ken) a new study examines the effect of closing a major east bay emergency room. the 2018 rapid health impact assessment on the proposed shutdown of alta bates hospital in berkeley ... paints a grim picture for people who live nearby .. who depend on that hostal for health care. u-c berkeley - dr. jason corburn- spearheaded the study. today a coalition of east bay political, community and labor leaders held a news conference about the issue. the mayor of el cerrito, who happens to be a nurse at alta bates,
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gave an example of one cause for alarm should the facility close. (pam) in repsonse to the study sutter health released a statement: "by professor corburn's own admission, the study was limited in scope... and does not take in to account the current health care landscape, nor did it assess a larger view of the future state of the bay area. we are committed to the east bay area... and to developing a regional solution that works for all" a live look outside tonight. lawrence has the forecast.. lawrence karnow: it was partly cloudy and cool after patchy dense fog this morning. storm clouds brought a tornado near seattle today causing damage to homes and trees. doppler is
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still seeing some rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the weak high pressure keeping the storms mainly to the north. dense fog will fill the bay and the valleys tonight and tomorrow morning before giving way to partly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures tomorrow. highs will be in the 50s to mid 60s. it should be nice on thursday too before another chance of showers on friday and this weekend.
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(ken) we've had two days in a row of massive waves. we hear from some surfers who are braving waves of up to 40 feet. (pam) cracking down on opioids. the newest study
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showing the drugs long- term impact on pain.
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4 your health tonight... a new study says, opioids offer little benefit chronic pain ... and actually wane over time.(ken) the results come from a review of almost a hundred randomized trials published in the journal of the american medical association. the analysis found for adults with chronic pain, opioids offer narrow improvements over a placebo for pain and physical functioning. and those
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benefits also tend to decrease over time. the analysis comes as federal agencies and other officials in recent years have been cracking down on opioids prescription. (pam) a study of a morning sickness pill ... found no 'overall' increased risk of birth defects -- except for a small increased risk for oral clefts. the anti -nausea medication "ondansetron" .. is sold under the brand name zofran. it may be prescribed to treat nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, even though it is áánot formally approved for that purpose. that purpose. the study found .... no association between the drug and any risks of heart - related problems in newborns overall. but it did find a small increased risk of oral clefts, including cleft lip and cleft palate. the study was published in the medical journal "jama," and was funded by the national institutes of health. (ken) you can add cauliflower and more types of lettuce, to e-coli concerns. the santa barbara county farm linked to the current romaine lettuce recall -- adam brothers farm -- is
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voluntarily recalling red and green leaf lettuce... as well as cauliflower, "out of an abundance of caution." none of the recalled products has tested positive for e-coli-- and no one has gotten sick from those products. the recalled cauliflower and red and green leaf lettuce were harvested between november 27th and 30th... and distributed to several states. the c-d-c recently linked romaine lettuce grown in northern and central california to an e-coli outbreak that sickened about sixty people. (pam) products you use in your daily routine ... could be leading to early puberty for your daughters. we hear from a doctor about the three chemicals to look for. (ken) affordable housing... the city of walnut creek is trying to make it more affordable to live there. details on how you can might be able to get your hands on below market rate housing. (pam) new year... new regulations. we take a look at the way marijuana is being restircted here in california. (lawrence)ten at ten
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♪ toyland, toyland ♪ little girl and boy land ♪ while you dwell within it ♪ you are ever happy there daddy, it's christmas! ♪ childhoods, joyland never let go of your dreams. the mercedes-benz winter event is back. lease the glc 300 for $459 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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youand the holiday spiritoss just hits you... yes! or when you get the best deal... on a treat for your best friend? or when you score a magical gift... at an unbelievable price? yes! that's yes for less. ross has you and your list covered with gifts you'll love to give. and it feels even better when you find them for less-at ross. yes for less. 20-19... there are new pot
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regulations for the new year... (pam) as reporter pedro rivera explains... users can now know ... where their pot is grown, packaged and sold... with the new software system called "track and trace." its been a year of learning for the cannabis industry... robert baca with the
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sacramento cannabis industry association says cannabis is regulated now more than ever. in 2019, an even bigger piece of the regulatory process takes effect.its a system that would allow the bureau of cannabis control to track every marijuana plant using a tracking number and a new software system... its a large and complicated system but the idea is that youúll be able to know where your cannabis is grown, packaged and sold. the b-c-c believes track and trace will reduce black market sales out of state...and assure customers that their product is safe.the bcc is hoping to have the system in place for cultivators, retailers and distributors at some point this coming year.when recreational marijuana was introduced, retailers first needed to have all products in child resistant bags...then the bcc changed that rule, and required all products themselves to be childproof. now in 2019....its changing yet again... paul clemons with capital
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compliance management says he expects regulations to be ever- changing but the biggest thing he expects is to see next year is more and more communities understanding cannabis is here to stay...in sacramento pedro rivera (pam) a rare sale in walnut creek. late last week, a condominium offered at below market rate closed escrow ... at less than half what similar market rate condos are going for.(ken) kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the realtor who closed the deal... he
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explains how few of these units are available and how you should prepare if you plan to apply for one. (philippe) at 692 square feet... this one-bedroom one-bath condo at club villas walnut creek was listed for sale in late october, and realtor brian pastor with keller williams realty says it closed esgrow is less than six weeks.... after, only two open houses.brian pastor/realtor- "i had just shy of 100 folks that came through on those two days. now, we did receive 17 offers on the property." but eventually a young couple -- who are both educators -- got the place...brian pastor/realtor- "it was listed at $211,790 -- it sold for $211,790." the large response to the unit was the result of it being offered through the city of walnut creek's below-market rate affordable housing program. brian pastor/realtor- "it could have very well been double. you know, now we have other units here that are also one bedroom, one bath. and, one recently sold for $435,000." the city of walnut creek has a stock of only 40 to 50 below market rate units. but none are available. once people get one, they typically don't leave. eligibility is based on income -- in this case, the two people who applied had to make less than 72-thousand dollars combined to qualify. and, in general, in order to apply for a b-m-r unit, you must be a first time homebuyer.brian pastor/realtor- "the three steps in order to get into a bmr -- you want to make sure that you're pre-approved with your bank. uh, you want to look at your finances. uh, you want to make sure that you understand your credit. and,
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also, very important with a good realtor that you trust." and, if you'd like to keep up to date on when below market rate units are available here... head to the city website and sign up for the housing interest list on the housing programs section of the website. in walnut creek, philippe djegal, kron four news. (ken) that weekend storm, and another one now in our midst, are the gifts that keep on giving for big wave surfers. they've had back to back days of major waves at the legendary mavericks surf spot.
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here's some video that gives you a seal's eye view of the action. those surfers out for a second day say the conditions today were smaller but much more conducive to actually catching a ride... (ken) it wasn't just surfers drawn to check out mavericks... many people came out to the shore and to the cliffs to try to catch a glimpse of the dramaticwaves crashing off the coast. and it appears christmas is coming early for big wave riders.... another big swell is predicted for thursday morning. (pam) and in fact, up and down the coast .. we have been seeing tons of video coming in showing huge waves. (ken) we are joined by
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meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence with more storms coming through will we be seeing another high surf advisory this week? lawrence karnow: it was partly cloudy and cool after patchy dense fog this morning. storm clouds brought a tornado ar seattle today causing damage to homes and trees. doppler is still seeing some rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the weak high pressure keeping the storms mainly dense fog will fill the bay and the valleys tonight and tomorrow morning before giving cloudy skies and warmer temperatures tomorrow. highs will be in the 50s to mid 60s. it should be nice on before another showers on friday and this weekend.
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(pam) (pam) common chemicals found in toothpaste, shampoo and other personal care products may be linked to
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early puberty... and that exposure can come even before the children are born.... that is according to a new study by a team of u-c berkeley researchers. dr. kim harley says, the concern is that early puberty can lead to certain medical issues for girls.
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did today.. for a group of children.((cross shot))grant lodes is here with more... ((grant/tele))that's right pam and ken...it's the annual heroes ken...it's the annual heroes and helpers event. s-f-p-d teamed up with target to brighten up with target to brighten the holiday season for 80 kids in need.each of them got a one-hundred dollar gift card to shop with a cop for themselves...and for their family. this was the target at geary and masonic. target provided sfpd an 8-thousand dollar grant for the event.((grant tele)) guys..it's always great to see events like this.police say it helps them build bonds in the community, and of course the kids light up when they get a
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chance to buy something for themselves..and their families. d their themselves..and their families. (pam) on-screen star and behind the scenes director - penny marshall died "peacefully" monday night... in her hollywood hills home.(ken) a spokeswoman for the family said the actress died due to complications from diabetes. she was 75. cnn's stephanie elam shows us the legacy she leaves behind. the hit seventies show, "laverne and shirley," turned penny marshall into a household name. but it was her skill as director that made her a trailblazer for women in the film industry. marshall died on xxx at age xxx. cnn's stephanie elam looks back at her life and career.as an
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actress, penny marshall was one half of funny girl duo, "laverne and shirley."natsthe "happy days" spinoff, became a hit of its own in the late seventies...marshall garnered three golden globe nominations for herrole as tough-talking tomboy "laverne"."she would not put up with crap. she'd hit ya."that spirit proved more useful behind-the-cameras as marshall went on to direct her own t-v episodes and feature films. natsmarshall's 19-88 comedy "big" - starring tom hanks-- became the first female-directed film to gross more than $100 million at the u.s. box office. natstwo years later, she directed the drama "awakenings" about a group of catatonic patients. it received three oscar nods including "best film."natsher next project, "a league of their own," was a box office home run. "league, no girl wanted to write it.""they don't like baseball!" marshall's depiction of an all-female baseball league during world war two was listed on the national film registry in 20-12.through the years, marshall credited her success to her brother - legendary director, producer, gary marshall."i wouldn't have
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a career if it wasn't for my brother // let's be honest, he's the one who pointed me in this direction, he got me parts."their playful relationship on display during a cameo for the 19-93 halloween fantasy, "hocus pocus."natsin her 20-12, memoir "my mother was nuts," marshall recounted her upbringing in the bronx.she recalled two failed marriages, motherhood at nineteen, and a bout with lung cancer. challenges she overcame with an unassuming sense of humor. "i make people laugh and i move them in some places // my legacy is hope i gave you some enjoyment. (sports) and still ahead in sports, we'll show you what happened on the ice...plus hear from jon gruden on the ongoing raiders' stadium saga. stadium saga.raiders' enjoyment. gave you some legacy is hope i places // my them in some places // my legacy is hope i gave you some enjoyment. (sports) enjoyment. gave you some enjoyment. (sports) and still ahead in
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sports, we'll show you what happened on the ice...plus hear from jon gruden on the ongoing raiders' stadium saga.
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(ken) a retired detective highlighted in netflix's 'making a murderer' docu-series is now suing the streaming service and its filmmakers.(pam) kron 4's grant lodes is live with us in
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the studio with more about the lawsuit filed by a lawyer for andrew colborn. (grant) it lists (grant) it lists several defendants including netflix and its executives. the documentary looked into the case against steven avery and brendan dassey. the two were convicted in the murder of teresa halbach. the series became a huge hit... causing protests and raising questions about the case and how it was handled. the lawsuit filed in manitowoc county court on monday claims the way the series is edited "falsely led viewers to the inescapable conclusion that (colborn) and others planted evidence to frame avery for halbach's murder." colborn used to work for manitowoc county sheriff's office and was a detective on the case. (grant) netflix and the two filmmakers have not commented on the lawsuit.the
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lawsuit. the warriors have the night off so we're free to devote our full attention to the ice...specifically to minnesota, where san jose was in action tonight. the sharks on the back end of a two game road swing in minnesota...they already beat the wild once this season... and san jose head coach peter deboer appeared pensive before the game...working out his scheme perhaps...whatever he's doing it's working...a scoreless second period...martin jones turns away joel erickson...one of jones' 26 saves on the night for his first shutout of the season...20th of his career... little bit later...lucas rah-deel feeds it to logan couture...he scores...sharks on the board first and they went on a little bit of a tear...less than a minute later...tomas hurdle with the long pass to joe pavelski who scores on the breakaway... 2-nothing sharksbut wait a minute...sharks fans always want to see more from logan couture and tonight he delivered...3rd period, sharks on a power play his second of
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the night and san jose wins this one 4-nothing. n-f-l pro bowl selections were announced today...niners fullback kyle yooz-check made the roster as a starter...tight end george kittle was named a reserve.as for the raiders...two years ago they led the league with seven pro-bowl nods...this year, they were shut out. and as for next year, well, the team still doesn't even know where it'll be playing... the silver and black will debut their new las vegas stadium in two-thousand-twenty but are in search of a home for next season...owner mark davis said he would not attempt to renew the lease for a final year at the oakland coliseum...now levi's stadium and at&t park are among the sites being thrown into the conversation...but head coach jon gruden was emotional at the prospect of saying goodbye to coliseum. it's going to be a great atmosphere monday night, on christmas eve, the denver broncos coming to town. i get excited thinking about it. just raging in the black hole. rocking and raging down there after the steelers game. you're walking around and you see franco harris and lester hayes and you think about some of the battles that they had at that place. reggie jackson lighting the torch. there's a lot of things that happened in
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that stadium. next question, i don't want tostart crying about a stadium (laughing)." time for stanford fans to be sentimental about their own end of an era...the era of love...twenty-seventeen heisman runner-up bryce love announced he will sit out stanford's sun-bowl date with pitt...instead love will focus on getting in tip-top shape for the upcoming n-f-l draft... the cardinal running back was plagued by an ankle injury this season and held to only 739 yards...after rushing for over two-thousand the year before. (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast. ♪ toyland, toyland
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♪ little girl and boy land ♪ while you dwell within it ♪ you are ever happy there daddy, it's christmas! ♪ childhoods, joyland never let go of your dreams. the mercedes-benz winter event is back. lease the glc 300 for $459 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. more than half a century
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after she first hit the big screen, disney's beloved english nanny is back in theaters. rick damigella has a look at "mary poppins returns." "tis my great honor to introduce this evening's renowned guest. the one, the only, mary poppins!" (pam) if you were (pam) if you were hoping to watch todays space-x launch... you will have to wait at least another day. the company's falcon- nine rocket was all set to blast a g-p-s satellite into space for the u-s air force-- but
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space-x announced on twitter ... the onboard flight computer aborted the launch. the company hopes to try again wednesday at nine a-m. (ken)the u-s space command was launched tuesday from cape canaveral, florida.no rockets went into the air... just an announcement from vice president mike pence.(ken) president trump authorized the department of defense to establish the space command in a memo this morning. the white house is labeling the move as a precursor to creating a u-s space force. this new command will have control of military space operations. (pam) when you think of saturn -- the iconic rings probably come to mind. but the distinctive feature could one day just disappear. nasa predicts the rings around
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the planet will be pulled apart by the gas giant's gravity in less than 100 million years. the rings are made up of ice -- which range in size from microscopic grains to huge boulders. according to nasa, the rings will create a severe flood as they break apart -- enough to fill an olympic size swimming pool every 30 minutes. lawrence karnow: it was partly cloudy and cool after patchy dense fog this morning. storm clouds brought a tornado near seattle today causing damage to homes and trees. doppler is still seeing some rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the weak high pressure keeping the storms mainly to the north. dense fog will fill the bay and the valleys tonight and tomorrow morning before giving way to partly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures tomorrow.
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highs will be in the 50s to mid 60s. it should be nice on thursday too before another chance of showers on friday and this weekend. - 15 years ago, you're a girl barely surviving on the street.
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now you're being courted by the feds. i'm proud of you, erin. - imagine how heartbroken you'd be not seeing my smiling face every day. - it's her. - her who? - my ex-partner, jenn cassidy. - heard a lot about you. - how did we break up and just two weeks later you're engaged? - just shut up! - i put just as much of myself into this job-- [doorbell rings] [gunshot] - here, put pressure on this. - okay. - press, press! - i got it. i got it. - 10-1, 10-1! shots fired at 3316 west 21st street. my partner's been shot! - she's losing a lot of blood. i can't tell where she's hit. - put pressure! - go! - you got no cover. - go! how long on that ambulance?

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