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(ken) police in san jose are investigating a deadly officer involved shooting... killing a woman they say tried to run over them. good evening i'm ken wayne.(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. they say it happened around 2:30 this morning just few blocks from san jose city college. kron4's dan thorn has the details. there are tire marks on the ground and the fence is smashed in where police shot and killed this suspect this morning..we're hearing from witnesses tonight and the police as to what lead up to this deadly shooting...nats.. flashing police lights, sirens and gun shots ringing out early christmas morning..nats.. san jose police shooting and killing a woman they say tried to strike them with her
vehicle..sot: it sounded like deep firecrackers and it was just horrifying...dyanne ramirez who lives nearby witnessed the shooting with her boyfriend...he began capturing it on his cell phone thinking it was just a minor crash ...sot: pretty much like a bumper to bumper..it did not turn out that way..police say this all started with a chase.. around 2 am they were responding to a shooting in another part of san jose..two victims were found with gun shot wounds in the area of story road and clemence ave. the suspects vehicle was spotted leaving the scene and a pursuit ensued through the streets and the freeway..the woman then slammed into this chain linked fence on the corner of leigh avenue and
fruitdale ave..nats...once she was surrounded police then say she drove at the officers and rammed a police cruiser... that's when four officers opened fire..nats..sot: i thought it was blanks i didn't think they were going to kill someone..the passenger-- another woman--was struck by police gunfire--she was later taken to a local hospital.. that woman was later taken to the santa clara county jail for an outstanding arrest warrant.the officers involved will be placed on administrative leave. reporting in san jose dan thorn kron4 news. (ken) in the city... san francisco police have arrested a man they believe stabbed a woman early this morning... and he may be connected to a deadly stabbing last night. the first stabbing happned just after 5:30 last night in the 4-
hundred block of jessie street. a 70-year-old woman was found with stab wounds.. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the second stabbing happened this afternoon just after 12:30 in the 100 block of third street. a 46-year-old woman was found with life-threatening stab wounds. 27-year-old michael jacobs was arrested at the second stabbing.. and was booked into the san francisco county jail. (ken) the search is on for two suspects accused of burglarizing a home and smashing a sliding glass door early this morning in pacifica. the homeowner was alerted by a notification from a motion detector at around 4 a-m of two unknown men in his backyard. when police arrived at the scene, they saw one suspect climb over a backyard fence and run into the street. officers closed off the scene but were unable to locate the suspects. an investigation revealed at least one suspect broke the door to get in the house... then ransacked the home and stole property. (vicki) a big story tonight... about four- hundred undocumented immigrants have been left in downtown el paso by
immigration and customs enforcement.(ken) no notice was given to the local city leaders or non profits that organize housing. this has left officials demanding better communication from the federal agency. claudia tristan reports. augusto/guatemalan asylum seeker"we came here because we needed to. we were detained for five days."augusto is a guatemalan asylum seeker.he agreed to let us interview him but we're not using his last name.he's traveling with his one year old son. augusto/guatemalan asylum seeker"they told us they were taking us to a shelter. they didn't say they were taking us directly to the bus station." today immigration and customs enforcement released about 200 immigrants at the downtown bus station.after releasing another 214 the night before. dylan corbett/director, hope border institute"we're a little perplexed because this is not something typically that ice does."dylan corbett is the director of hope border institute.he says usually the federal agency communicates with annunciation house, a non profit shelter, so that it's prepared.rep. beto o'rourke/d-
texas, 16th district"ice admitted that they made a mistake yesterday by not giving the community any kind of heads up by releasing 214 migrants at the greyhound bus station last night and early this morning."with no notice given el paso's office of emergency management was left scrambling two days in a row. ruben vogt/el paso county judge "this really does take a collaborative effort, the city the county, volunteers, non profits, everyone is coming together to make sure that we're able to respond in the most adequate manner."in a statement ice officials say they're ensuring family units are not detained longer than the time set by government standards.in order to do so they have quote: "curtailed reviews of post-release plans from families apprehended along the southwest border." these immigrants are released after processed by the agency, to reunite with relatives across the country.and given a court date for their immigration case.augusto just hopes he can reunite with the rest of his family soon. augusto/guatemalan asylum seeker"i'm sad for my family most of all. i came here with my wife and we they separated us. right now i don't know
where she is, that's why i'm desperate to speak with my family and see if she's reached out to them." (ken) a migrant father is spending christmas day mourning his 8-year-old son's death while at the border. (vicki) the little boy is the second guatemalan child to die in immigration custody. kron 4's sanaz tahernia joins us from the newsroom with more details on his death.sanaz? (sanaz) ken, vicki, it's tough to imagine what the father is going through right now. not only is he spending the holiday in custody, but now... christmas for him will never be the same. december 25th is a day that most people joyfully celebrating with family.but for one father, it's now a day that represents tragedy and loss.u-s customs and border protection announced tuesday that another child has died in its custody.8-year-old felipe alonzo gomez from guatemala died just after midnight on christmas at a hospital in new mexico.according to the guatemalan ministry, felipe
and his father were detained when they entered el paso on december 18th.on christmas eve, a border agent noticed felipe wasn't feeling well. officials say he was taken to the hospital but was released after being diagnosed with a fever and prescribed antibiotics.later that evening-- they say the boy began vomiting and was taken back to the hospital... where he died.felipe is the second immigrant child that's died in detention this month.just a few weeks ago, a 7-year-old guatemalan girl named jacklin caal maquin died less than 48 hours after she was detained at a new mexico border crossing.with regard to felipe's death, cbp officials say they've sent the proper notifications and the agency's office of professional responsibility will conduct a review.cbp typically releases migrants or turns them over to ice after a few days.agency guideless say immigrants generally shouldn't be detained for more than 72 hours in cbp holding facilities.and families are almost always released quickly due to limited space in ice family facilities.and now being released probably won't
mean as much to felipe's father, without felipe by his side. (sanaz) guatemala's foreign ministry issued a statement asking for an investigation and access to the little boy's medical records. according to customs and border patrol, the cause of death is unknown at this time.the agency is reviewing the incident and will release the details as they become available. but officials there say that during their detention, migrants are medically screened and treated as needed. (vicki) to world news now... indonesians are currently living in fear of another tsunami, as the death toll from saturday's tsunami reaches over 420. as ivan watson reports... residents are urging for an early warning system to detect the natural disasters. ivan watson, cnn senior international correspondent: "this has been such a tragic christmas holiday for so many indonesians as the death toll, the number of people injured and missing from saturday night's tsunami continues to
rise even as indonesian authorities try to provide some temporary shelter for more than 16,000 people made homeless by this natural disaster. among the casualties are the members of an indonesian pop band called 17, whose concert saturday night was tragically cut short by the deadly tsunami. the lead singer announcing that not only were all his band members killed, but also his wife who was supposed to be celebrating her birthday on sunday. and we caught up with a search and rescue team accompanied by sniffer dogs who informed cnn that they found, along one stretch of beach on tuesday, the bodies of three adults and a toddler. one survivor of the tsunami tells cnn that indonesia must have a better early warning system."bapu suwarna, tsunami survivor: "an early warning system is so important. it took only seconds, not minutes, after hearing the thunder sounds and then the waves hit us. from the bottom of my heart, i sincerely request that the government set up an early warning system so people can anticipate an incoming tsunami."ivan watson, cnn senior international
correspondent: "indonesian authorities insist there is no system in place to protect against this unique, natural phenomenon. and that was a huge volcanic eruption on saturday that led to a massive underwater landslide, that triggered a tsunami at a time when a full moon and a high tide contributed to higher water levels. but indonesia suffers periodically from deadly tsunamis. the most recent one as recent as last september when around two thousand people were killed by an earthquake and a subsequent tsunami. and indonesian authorities have admitted that their own existing early warning system hasn't been functioning properly. it's
fallen into disrepair since 2012. that said, the challenges of protecting an archipelago nation with more than 17,000 islands in a seismic zone with more than 125 active volcanoes, it will be very, very challenging indeed. ivan watson, cnn hong kong." expect chilly overnight lows because of decreasing winds tonight, clear skies and falling dew points in the bay area. temperatures will likely
fall into the 30s and lower 40s. the coldest valley locations may also see some patchy frost during the late night and early morning hours. dry and seasonal conditions will prevail this week, with daytime temperatures remaining in normal ranges, upper 50s and low 60s. high pressure will then rebuild across the bay area for friday and saturday, with dry and slightly warmer temperatures.
(vicki) the christmas holiday brought out the giving spirit in people all over the bay area today. and one event in particular in the east bay--- was aimed at helping those less fortunate. (ken) today-- more than a thousand people received gifts, toys, hot meals and a lot more. it's called christmas for everyone.
kron 4's haaziq madyun has the story. it is the annual christmas for everyone charitable event. the 34-year holiday tradition continues this year at the light of grace korean presbyterian church in martinez live holiday music filled the atmosphere inside the banquet room where a traditional christmas holiday meal is served with turkey, ham and all of the trimmings each year at christmas for everyone, those who are less fortunate in contra costa county are treated to a one stop, one of a kind, christmas experience. there are gifts for people of all ages, plenty of toys for the kiddies, lots of brand new bikes toosotgifts also include gently used clothing and winter coats that will help folks stay warm this time of yearsot
to prevent them from being cold and to have events like this for everybody, it's great">need a holiday hair makeover? how about a fresh cut by beauticians from the sidewalk salon haircuts of hope. two stylisys donated their beauty skills making sure everyone is looking their best on christmas daydon't have transportation? not to worry. these county buses are on the move picking up residents, dropping them off and then returning them to their homes some volunteers tell me the gift ofn giving is its own rewardsotsot only one thing left to say after that..."merry
christmas""merry christmas" "merry christmas, aye! happy new year">in martinez haaziq madyun kron4news (ken) this christmas.. an east bay woman is trying to support victims of the camp fire in a unique way. kron 4's ashley zavala shows us the small gesture lifting up their holiday spirits. "it's definitely a process." this christmas.."this is just a little reminder of how for they've come. ..is a busy one for alisa corstorphine"i'm signing each one.. who knows.. maybe they'll down the road try to contact me when they bring these out."she's making christmas ornaments for camp fire victims."i'm signing them and then we color in the hearts." the idea came to her on facebook.. scrolling through fire support group pages."over and over again one thing people said they missed was their christmas ornaments." ((nats))she starts with a laser she starts with a laser cutter and wood..then finishes them with red marker and
ribbon.the designs are all inspired by fire survivors... "people really want little sayings about their own areas. i'm using their guidance to direct what's important to them" ((nats))alisa has no connection to butte county, but she sends an ornament to anyone who asks.. for free. after posting photos on facebook.. she says she's had an avalanche of requests"i've had a thousand, two thousand requests, i don't even know, i've lost count." to supply the demand.. she recruited an army of helpers from neighbors, volunteers, and family members, like her daughter amy... "she'll be addressing envelopes and suddenly you'll hear this cacaphony of dings and bings from facebook messenger." alisa says those messages are motivating... like this voice message left from a fire victim.."i just wanted to let yuou know i went to my mailbox today and i received my ornament, and i am lrally
choked up, and so grateful, and so blessed for this ornament. i don't have a tree this year to hang it on.. but, it means so much to me, and i am so grateful you went out of your way to do this... this means so much to me. "the christmas ornaments.."i'm not going to save the world with this, but it's showing somebody cares, it's putting a little marker of a memory, and it's giving something that hopefully is special and treasured." a little gift with a lot of meaning. tag. in alamo (vicki) some people like to go to the city for the holidays... some people like to go to the country.(ken) i took a flight to the sierra foothills... for a bite of an old fashioned california chirstmas. maybe it was the anticipation of knowing the sweetness that waited for us on the ground... that made the clouds appear a little more
like wisps of cotton candy above the sierra foothills of tuolumne county. it's always a treat to visit the gold country... but this time it will be a literal treat. first... a landing at columbia airport. the three hour trip from the bay area reduced to less than an hour thanks to the convenience of this airstrip. the few minutes walk into town... takes you back 170 years.sot :33francisca daunberger columbia state park volunterr columbia is dog friendly. something mango likes. there's no cars... so you walk... or take the stage coach. there's lots to see that invite you to stop and linger. the blacksmith shop. the old jail. the hotel. the saloon. and... nelson's candy kitchen. it's owned by the same family for generations. and they still do something
tour of nelson's ktichen and even get to learn how to make candy canes... but you'll have to plan ahead for next year. (ken) by the way "nelson's candy kitchen" has three locations in the sierra foothills... columbia, sonora and (ken) still ahead christmas is a bit different this year for those affected by the butte county wildfire. we'll show you how non- profits worked today to make sure everyone had a happy holiday. (vicki) and next... some east bay students got the chance to meet warriors star steph curry duri the warriors christmas day surprise.
a christmas to remember... 32 oakland students were gifted with tickets to tonight's warriors game... and received a few other kron 4's michelle kingston reports that even though the warriors lost... the kids are taking home memories that'll last a lifetime. (mk)michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"what a day! it was so amazing to watch these kids have a christmas they'll never forget.""merry christmas! i am so excited to have you guys out at the game today!"more than 30 oakland public school students walking in to oracle arena for a christmas day full of
surprises.camielle ann mackey washington"i thought we were gonna sit on the court and watch the warriors game and we walked in here and i was like, 'whoa.'"first stop -- a room full of gingerbread houses ... basketball hoops ... food ... and"woooooooo!"steph curry."hi steph curry!""i can't believe my eyes this is happening! i can't believe this is happening!"steph curry, golden state warriors"it's a pleaure to have you guys and hopefully we get a win for you alright?" high fiving the kids ... taking selfies ... and wishing them a merry christmas -- today's event was part of the golden state warrior's season of giving campaign -- and before the game started -- all the kids were shuffled out to the court for one last surprise ....alejah maxie "hopefully i don't lose my breath or my voice."acharra shepherd"i feel like when i go home they are not going to be able to hear me at all."each kid given a gift on the court ... a pair of sneakers from the playerstroyonn johnson"all my christmas', this is the best one.""best christmas ever?"yes.in oakland michelle kingston kron 4 news
year is very different for thousands of families who lost everything in the camp fire. (ken) but some kind strangers are making it their mission to make sure these families still have a merry christmas. jessica mensch shows how non-profits are spreading christmas cheer to fire survivors. with presents, food, and even a visit from santa claus today is one these kids won't forget. and one that they desperately needed after losing everything in the camp fire.((pkg))"hi, how are you?" awestruck at meeting old saint nick."did you get all that you were asking for this year?" kids visit santa, one by one. some asking for the usual gifts"i really want a pogo stick or a nintendo switch games"other requests- you wouldn't expect."i want everybody to have a home." santa: "that is very nice. i hope everybody can have that
too. that will be in time, huh?"these children are celebrating their first christmas since losing everything when the camp fire destroyed their town more than a month ago.nonprofits working together- to make it extra special.((michael capponi, founder of global empowerment mission,))"a warm welcome, there's gifts and gift cards. they're getting food and a lot of love."a christmas lunch in chico, put on by the global empowerment mission and reality tv star bethenny frenkel's b strong initiative. giving kids a chance to just be kids againon the merriest day of the year.((dale miller, father))"i never expected so much love and compassion from our communityand our countryit's moving."a gesture that means the world to dale milleras he watches his two girls pose with santa.he's in the process of adopting layla and jazzylynnand wanted to make this christmas extra special. but with his home destroyed in the fireit's tough.((dale miller, father)) "there's just not anything
left. they said, it wasn't a fire. it was an incinerator." still, his family made it out okay((dale miller, father)) "we just pray. and everyday it's getting a little better." with full bellies, presents for his girls and a little hope restoredmiller says he has everything to be thankful for this christmas.((dale miller, father))"all these beautiful things in life we should never take for granted. today is no exception by far." (ken) that was jessica mensch reporting. the global empowerment mission and the b strong initiative say they will continue to help fire victims as long as they are needed. (vicki) a christmas surprise at a coffee shop in sacramento... despite not having any snow. a snow man was delivered just in time for christmas. an employee at the old soul coffee shop says someone brought snow down from south lake tahoe-- and built the snowman. people were stopping by all day on christmas eve to take pictures
with the snowman. (ken) dodge ridge resort was packed with families spending christmas on the slopes. as kristi gross reports... hundreds of skiers and snowboarders took advantage of the six inches of fresh powder. whether youúr a first timer -- or a seasoned vet carving down the mountain— families say dodge ridge resort is the place to be christmas day. senthil krishnanathamchristmas is so special because of snow and winter and the holidays. for some heading to the slopes is a christmas tradition— we come as a family and stay together and have fun on christmas. -skand for others like juliette t — it was her first time seeing snow.i though it was amazingnats: snowball fightangela mclainwe donút live in the snow so itús just nice to come out and enjoy the weather like this. itús so beautiful.for some it was a midweek getawaywe donút celebrate christmas but this is a day where we can get
together with our friends and family and enjoy quality timeááá - amhundreds of skiers and snowboarders— hit the lifts to take advantage of the six inches of fresh powder that fell yesterday.travis rider & paigeitús a great day to be up. sunús out, itús not too hot, not too cold. weúre getting spoiled today.abir bhatt/ snowborderitús great snow. everything... thereús not that many people are right now so like thereús till some fresh tracks that you can ski. ááámarketing manager , jeff hauff says the resort has already seen eight feet of snowfall this month.hauff says the beautiful conditions are a dream come true for those who were wishing for a white christmas and even those who werenút.jeff hauff/ dodge ridge marketing director thereús just something symbolic about the whole thing isnút there. it just make it all better you know. especially when you get the clear blue bird skies out right now, i mean itús just beautiful in every way possible (ken) that was kristi gross reporting.. with already good snow fall so far this winter... the resort is hopeful it will be able to stay open until april. (vicki) ice and snow caused a nightmare on interstate-15 near the cajon pass in southern california today. dozens of cars were involved in a series of chain-reaction crashes. the crashes stopped traffic on the freeway. someone on
the roads recoded this video-- and called it complete and utter chaos. some people were injured in the accidents... most of the injuries were minor but some people did have serious injuries. one woman was trapped in her car and had to be extricated. she reportedly had critical injuries. (ken)let's get a check of the weather ... with meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez. expect chilly overnight lows because of decreasing winds tonight, clear skies and falling dew points in the bay area. temperatures will likely fall into the 30s and lower 40s. the coldest valley locations may also see some patchy frost during the late night and early morning hours. dry and seasonal conditions will prevail this week, with daytime temperatures remaining in normal ranges, upper 50s and low 60s. high pressure
at shriners hospital for children received a big surprise christmas morning. a parade was held for those who may not have the opportunity to head home during the holidays. pedro rivera shows us the celebrations behind shriners hospital for children, volunteers, young and old gathered to bring christmas joy to the kids who are here for the holidays o.c..caitlin frenché child life specialist "its just so magical you cant describe the feeling you get with the kids" :03child life specialist kaitlin french works with children here at shriners. french along with this group are making christmas wishes come true by continuing an annual traditiona parade in
front of the hospitalo.c.. caitlin frenché child life specialist "we try to make christmas as fun as possible. its a fun time to be re for christmas " :04 áááso to add to the christmas funthere are the horsesand of course leading the paradegood ol saint nickshriner dave daley has brought his horses and family to help santa around the hospital for 18 years. o.c.. dave daleyé shriner "i've been to the grand national rodeo bringing in flags with the shriners and it all pales by this little thre minute parade for the kids upstairs " :08 but those three minutes mean the world to the kidsin the windows, you can see the smiling faces excited to see kris kringle deliver hundreds of gifts to the childreneach one of these wrapped gifts were made possible by you. everyone in the community who donated to the fox 40 holiday drive bringing these toys to mountain mikes pizza and big o tires but aside from the toys what would christmas be without snow. thanks to volunteers we have that here. " :17 o.c.. caitlin frenché child life specialist "they get here at midnight and they stay until 4 to 6 am setting it up and so it comes every year and there are kids who come here to the hospital and never touched snow before so they get to come out and see the snow" :10it may be a tough time for these families staying here at the hospitalbut today they will enjoy some christmas cheer (ken) ten families in
chicago received christmas gifts from a group of good samaritans. the families were chosen by the "i am a gentleman foundation." the gifts, including toys, coats and food were loaded into two large vans at police headquarters. those doing the deliveries are men, between 13 and 21 years old, who are part of the 20-week mentoring program. they are taught to take care of themselves and to become role models within their community. (ken) the families also received a full meal for the holiday. (vicki) the holidays are a time to reconnect with family and loved ones. for u-s service members, trips home are especially precious.(ken) this year, some of the reunions have been caught- on-camera ... and as you might imagine, they quickly went viral. polo sandoval reports. a visit to santa claus...-nats- turned into a special delivery for these two minnesota
sisters...-nats-their father - a soldier stationed in kuwait- surprised his daughters just in time for christmas.it's among the many emotional reunions caught on camera between military members and their families this holiday season.a wisconsin boy's older brother, serving in the army... -nats-surprised him at school with a big hug after five months apart.the soldier then marched down the hall to his other sister and brother.-nats- in this viral video...a little boy, presented with a large christmas gift-nats-inside the box, a loved one in military fatigues.-nats-the person who posted this wrote, "my nephew got to unwrap the only christmas gift he asked for a few days early"-nats-a small army of family members kept this airman from even getting
through the door in sacramento. -nats-and finally...at a christmas choir concert in indianapolis...an unexpected interruption....-nats-led to a mother, serving in the navy, embracing her daughter just in time for christmasavarie hinton/daughter: it's been a really long year, and so many things have happened, i just missed her so much. it just makes this christmas extra special, her surprising me.for some of these service members, another deployment could be next...but for now, current marching orders include being home for the holidayspolo sandoval....cnn new york (sports) coming up coming up i'll have all the day's sports highlights and scores.
(ken) it was a big year in entertainment, from minorities taking the cinematic spotlight, to celebrity weddings and break-ups, to year two of me-too. (vicki) david daniel looks back at 12 months of hollywood highs and lows. (nat)from cosby in court, to kanye in the oval... from diversity soaring in theaters, to celebrities stumbling on
social media... 20-18 was another huge year in entertainment.(nat) "my son, it is your time."the biggest movie of 20-18 was a cultural watershed and a box office bonanza. "black panther" scored with critics and audiences -- the year's highest-grossing film, domestically -- and was followed into theaters by "black klansman" and "if beale street could talk." all three are drawing oscar talk."1.2 million." (nat-car)"crazy rich asians" took representation east, as constance wu became the first golden globes nominee of asian descent for best actress in a musical or comedy in nearly half a century.(nat)sexual harassment and assault allegations against harveyweinstein kicked off the me-too movement in 20-17... in 20-18, the former hollywood heavyweight turned himself in, to face rape and related charges in
new york -- charges he denies. meanwhile, one of weinstein's accusers, asia argento, admitted she'd had sex with a 17-year-old former co-star, in a state where the age of consent is 18.(nat)bill cosby was sentenced to three-to-10 years in prison for sexual assault: the first celebrity conviction of the me-too era. the same month, c-b-s chief les moonves resigned, amid multiple allegations of sexual misconduct that he denies. several celebs had serious social media mishaps. roseanne was kicked off her newly-revived t-v show after a racist twitter rant. "star wars" actor kelly marie tran was harassed off instagram, by a slew of racist and misogynistic mmenters. disney fired "guardians of the galaxy" writer-director james gunn, after what the studio called "indefensible" old tweets about molestation resurfaced. and kevin hart stepped down from his gig hosting the oscars two days after he got it, due to old homophobic tweets."it was something about when i put this hat on: it made me feel like superman!"kanye west went to the white house, delivered a monologue in the oval office
while wearing a "maga" hat... then, weeks later, announced he was stepping back from politics, and had been "used" to spread messages he didn't believe.(singing) "mama, i'm so sorry i'm not sober anymore..."demi lovato, who struggled with drugs as a teenager, confessed she'd relapsed, and released a new song titled "sober"... then was hospitalized for an apparent overdose. her mother says the singer is now healthy, and getting the help she needs.(nat-music)the quickest celebrity coupling and un-coupling of 20-18 was ariana grande and pete davidson. the music superstar and the "s-n-l" comic got engaged this summer, after dating for just a few weeks... then split in the fall. of course, another celebrity couple did make it to the altar:(nat or music)20-18's royal wedding had a tinseltown touch, as britain's prince harry married actress meghan markle. the setting was windsor castle, but for fans, it was definitely a courtship with a hollywood ending. i'm david daniel reporting.
jason dumas here with sports... the lakers - warriors were the hottest ticket in the country today.....>the cheap seats at oracle tonight were going for almost three hundred bucks a peice....>and i bet you're mad you paid all that money after how the dubs played today.....> lebron james.....having a great start to his laker career.....this guy is aging like a fine wine.....>2nd quarter....lakers up 13....pretty turn around from bron bron....he's almost impossible to cover if he's hitting that shot.....>now off the miss....bron gets it ahead to lonzo ball and throws the oop to kyle kuzma and la goes back up double digits.....> early in the third quarter....scary moment for
the lakers...lebron falls and comes up limping....strained groin....he wouldn't return......>but it didn't really matter on this day....rajon rondo finds ivica zubek....zubek had 18 and 11 and rondo had 15-10 as the lakers win 127-101......> raiders fans got their christmas gift a night early.....>oakland beat denver last night 27-14 for their third win of the season.....> it was the least the organization could for a bay-area fan base that they haven't exactly done right by......>as we know...the raiders home field status for next season is still up in the air......>so last night was most likely the last game they'll ever play at the coliseum....>and raiders fans showed their loyalty....> despite the awful weather, they came out and filled the lots surrounding the coliseum to tailgate.......>and they were just as loud inside the stadium once the game got going.....>it was a bitter sweet moment for both the fans....>some were angry, some were sad.....it's an end to an
era.....>and the players knew what this night meant to them.....>but lee smith, raiders tight end "it's just an awesome, awesome organization to play for. that shield is very special. and once again, christmas eve, last game in the coliseum. monday night football. what a great way to celebrate the holidays. it's awesome, it's a great night, no one could ever forget who had a raiders uniform on today, alright let's head out to houston....russell westbrook and the thunder visiting james the rockets.....>let's go right to the fourth....rockets up 7.....harden gets into the lane....pretty floater for him......>under 30 to go....this is the nail in the coffin....harden so hard to keep out the lane.....he had 41, 6, and 7 as the rockets win 113-109.....> and now we head out to the world most famous arena....the greek freak and the bucks taking on the knicks......>2nd quarter....bucks up....giannis gets the steal......and you know how this story ends.....> more great d from
giannis....this time he gets the block.....we are going the other way....he finds george hill who finishing with the lay-in.....>giannis had 31 and 14 and the bucks win it 109-95.....> (weather) (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast. ♪ toyland, toyland ♪ little girl and boy land ♪ while you dwell within it ♪ you are ever happy there daddy, it's christmas!
fourth-grade teacher in kentucy slapped together this giant peanuts christmas mural... taking up five giant windows on the local library. it took 10- thousand post-its and 28 hours to put up. (vicki) workers at a florida veterinarian's office are hoping someone will adopt sniffles. sniffles is a unique dog... he doesn't have a nose... and his teeth are a little crooked. vets say sniffles is healthy... he just needs a little dental work done. they thnik sniffes is about 12-years-old.
expect chilly overnight lows because of decreasing winds tonight, clear skies and falling dew points in the bay area. temperatures will likely fall into the 30s and lower 40s. the coldest valley locations may also see some patchy frost during the late night and early morning hours. dry and seasonal conditions will prevail this week, with daytime temperatures remaining in normal ranges, upper 50s and low 60s. high pressure will then rebuild across the bay area for friday and saturday, with dry and slightly warmer temperatures.
wasn't the answer i expected. (burgess) my partner and i, we went through something with that shooting. i'm not gonna leave him until we can both put it behind us. i should have been there to cover you at that house. you can't carry around this guilt anymore, okay? you know, we no longer work together, so a lot of the old rules and regulations, they don't apply anymore. [bottles clanking together] that mean you're done? no. no, no, no, no. just... in between rounds.