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conference. >> finally we can begin to close this chapter hope the lee. >> reporter: and a bitter relationship at the time she met the person that stab her. >> the two were assigned legal counsel. both facing murder charges in the cold case. kron 4 news >> pam: coming up at six. kron 4 talked to a family member of the suspects. >> reporter:developing news in oakland: police and crime stoppers are offering a 35-thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrests of the armed criminals who shot seven men.
>> reporter:it happened last night near 96th avenue and olive street. this is video from earlier today, from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. >> reporter:police say a group of men --in their late twenties to early thirties-- was standing outside here when two people walked up and shot them. >> reporter:six victims are in stable condition. one is in critical but stable condition. >>"we do know they were celebrating a birthday. they were at a barbecue. this was out near the street. we had a lot of people in the area." >> reporter:this was the response from police and emergency responders last night. investigators don't yet know the motive, or if this was a gang-related or retaliation shooting. a rash of car burglaries. >> pam: and a warning tonight from police in mountain view. at least 30 vehicles broken into. in the past 14 days. it is happening across town, but police say, hot spots include the costco- petco shopping complex on rengstorf avenue. and the
parking lots at the century sixteen theater complex on shoreline boulevard. in almost every case, the thieves are targeting vehicles where gift -wrapped packages, electronics and other valuables were left inside the vehicle in plain view. >> a lot of people are visiting and shopping. parking lots are filled like this where it gives people the opportunity to steal items from vehicles. we all know that people are caring and little more cash on them as they are looking for deals and awaiting black friday. >> pam: police say, they are working some leads but would not say, if the burglaries are the work of a particular crew, nor have they found a pattern to the crimes, other than opportunities presented by the holiday shopping season. >> pam: they are advising shoppers to keep packages and other valuables out of sight. or locked in the trunk.
>> pam: we now know who was inside the car that fell into a waterway in richmond. the contra costa county coroner's office says, the victim was 43-year-old kyle miller. >> pam: his mercedes plunged into the santa fe channel near wharf street last wednesday or thursday. the car was pulled out thursday morning. >> pam: miller's body was found inside. police think his death was an accident. firefighters say, miller lived on a boat in the and the bay area harbor >> pam: it's been almost a week since strong winds knocked over trees and power lines all across the bay area. the gusts also blew over one particularly large eucalyptus near lake merritt in oakland. >> pam: and the downed tree has now become something of a tourist attraction. kron 4's charles clifford was in the east bay today. yay!
>> reporter:tuesday afternoon kids and adults alike were exploring the fallen remains of what was, just a week ago, one of the largest trees along oakland's lake merritt. >>that's a big one. >> reporter:the huge eucalyptus was knocked over by the wind and now a steady stream of gawkers are stopping by to check it out...take pictures. >>click! click! the tree has also become a popular lunch spot. >> reporter:as of tuesday afternoon, no clean up work had started on the tree but someone did come in and paint over graffiti that was on the side of here... there's also yellow caution tape around it to keep people out but that doesn't seem to be working. >> reporter:dozens of kids were climbing all over the trunk and exploring the branches. enjoying a bit of urban wilderness. >> reporter:the city said today that they have not yet been able to start clearing away the tree because they are still dealing with the hundreds of calls for service following last weeks storm's. they say that for the time being the tree will have to stay where it is. in oakland, charles clifford kron 4 news.
>> pam: new court documents reveal what life is now like. for beaten and injured giants fan bryan stow. t-m-z reports. stow is still re-learning how to walk and take showers. and he is taking 17- medications, including anti- seizure drugs and strong painkillers. the documents were reportedly filed by the l-a dodgers, in response to the stow family's lawsuit. >> reporter: >> pam: the dodgers are asking a judge whether the team is liable for stow's injuries. two dodgers fans beat stow into a coma. on opening day at dodger stadium in march 2011. the two men arrested in stow's assault are awaiting trial. >> pam: stow suffered brain damage from the beating and is permanently disabled. >> catherine: george zimmerman has hired a new lawyer to handle the domestic violence case against him. >> catherine: she's a south florida defense attorney who often appears on cable news including cnn. >>".the only issue here is
self-defense." >> catherine: some are questioning whether zimmerman hired jayne weintraub because of her high profile. and think he should have stayed with the team of public defenders he already had. >> catherine: meantime.zimmerman was well- armed last week when he was arrested in that domestic violence case. t-m-z showed photos of the five types of guns police found - including a 12- gauge shotgun. his girlfriend claimed he used it to threaten her - by shoving it in her face. >> reporter: what is the system doing to to purchase right now at 59 currently in san francisco, 61 in san mateo, the v-6 in concord, 55 in antioch and 59 in
fremont and san jose. >> reporter: will it be and drink rain i will have those answers for you coming up >> pam: coming up at 5:15. before you hit the stores -- the new list of dangerous toys you want to avoid. then at 5:30. before you hit the road -- the deadly storm moving across the united states. but next -- people magazin names the sexiest man alive -- over 55. i love watching tv outside.
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>> reporter:democratic new york governor andrew cuomo has a new title he can add to his resume. people magazine has added him to its sexiest man alive list-- giving him the honor of sexiest 55-year- old. cuomo reacted to the news, reportedly saying the honor is all about new york. >> reporter:cuomo says he was awarded the title because new york is "sexy." >> reporter:but this isn't cuomo's first time on the list. he also landed on it back in 2010 when he was the governor-elect. pam? >> pam: still ahead. arts and crafts giant hobby lobby is arguing the new health care law violates the company's relgion. then -- the frightening scene at zoo -- when a tiger appears to turn on his long-time trainer. [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast.
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for children. >> pam: as kron four's terisa estacio reports - the group says it is especially important right now with the holidays around the corner for parents to beware. >> reporter:now to a start- up toy company in oakland that >> reporter: >> found to items in a store that is easy to find such as the leap frog smart phone. for a toy of this nature recommended 65 decimal spirit >> reporter: then recommend how people used a simple household tool to check on the sides of toll toys for the for children.
>> over the last 20 years of all reports have led to numerous recalls. >> reporter: is a lot more to this report so we put it up on our web site. true to the stuff you kron4 news. >> reporter: now to a start up toy company in oakland finds itself in a legal battle with a legendary old- school rap group. >> reporter:oakland based goldie blox has sued the beastie boys.after goldie blox re-made a popular beastie boys song in this on-line video.the video is one of four finalists competing for a chance to get some free commericial time in this year's super bowl. >> reporter:here's a little bit of the now viral video: some 9 million people have watched the video in the
past week. goldie blox specializes in empower young girls with science-centered toys. >>the video depicts girls singing about building spaceships and coding software. >> reporter:goldie blox says it filed the federal lawsuit after the beastie boys threatened their own legal action for copyright infringement. the beastie boys now say they support the message in the goldieblox video.but have a ban on using their music in ads. >> reporter:in an open letter.the remaining members of the band say in part: "when we tried to simply ask how and why our song "girls" had been used in your ad without our permission, you sued us," >> reporter:we contacted goldie blox and the company would not comment on these recent developments. as of right now.the company is still vying to win a commercial spot in the super bowl. >> pam: the supreme court said today it *will hear a new challenge over whether companies must provide contraception to employees
under obamacare. >> pam: the challenge comes from arts and crafts chain "hobby lobby." the new health care law says most companies must cover birth control. >> pam: but hobby lobby objects to that, based on the owner's religious beliefs. its lawsuit over the affordable care act's birth control mandate. is one of dozens. the supreme court could consider hobby lobby's challenge as early as march. >> pam: california is considered an obamacare success story. the state says 10,000 people are signing up for health insurance every day. even so, many patients and their doctors are *not happy. casey wian reports. >>"i thought it was a great idea, i thought. >> reporter:tom harris is a 62-year-old self-employed handyman, who had high hopes for obamacare. >>"my expectations were it would actually enhance my existing plan." >> reporter:"how has it worked out for you so far?
>>"that wasn't the case. i was notified that my plan would be ended by the end of this year in december, and uh. i, i was very surprised." >> reporter:harris suffers from debilitating allergies. he's seeing a specialist, dr. robert eitches at the prestigious cedars sinai medical center in los angeles, at least until january first, when his bill would go up. >>"i know if i go see him, it's completely out of network and um, and it also doesn't apply against my deductible so it's really out of network, it's almost in another orbit." >> reporter:the new obamacare-compliant plan being offered by harris's current health insurance company will actually cost him five dollars a month less. but eitches, and four of harris' five doctors, are no longer in that network. >>"i've had patients come to me and say please do whatever you need to do because i don't know if i'll be able to come back and see you after december 31st." >> reporter:eitches says 10 percent of his patients now must either find new
doctors, or pay steep out- of-pocket costs. >>"it's mind-numbing, it's mind-numbing." >> reporter:even for doctor eitches. >> reporter:less than six weeks before obamacare takes effect, he still doesn't know which, if any, insurance plans he'll accept. he has already stopped taking medicare. >>"honestly, what i may think about is not taking any insurance at all.""i have a lot of patients who've been seeing me for over 20 years and we have a bond. "it be sad to have to lose the patients." >> reporter:for harris, obamacare has meant fewer choices and headaches. untreatable by presidential apologies. >>"it's just so beyond that at this point, you know i the situation i find myself in and the dynamic i find myself in is a real struggle." >> pam: president obama wrapped up a three-day west- coast tour today in los angeles. the tour has focused on fundraising for democrats. obama visited dreamworks studios to praise the entertainment industry. more on tha t-- and the scare that caused fighter jets to be scrambled. at six.
>> catherine: merrill newman's family is pleading for his release from north korea. but they still haven't heard a word about what's happening to the 85-year-old palo alto man. >> catherine: he was on a plane headed home october 26th - when he was escorted off by korean authorities just minutes before take-off. his wife and son say they want him home for thanksgiving. >> catherine: but that's appearing increasingly unlikely. his wife lee talked to cnn monday. >> catherine: merrill newman has a heart condition.and the family has sent him a second package of medication. but they have no way of knowing whether he'll get it. >> x respectfully that they release him and have him come home. >> catherine: north korea is not saying a word - except to acknowledge that they're holding an american. >> catherine: there's some speculation that newman is being confused with another korean war vet -- who has the same name and was highly decorated in the war.
>> reporter: loegring of casselton hunting over the weekend. >> reporter:this ice circle is entirely natural and quite rare. it formed over the weekend on the sheyenne river about 10 miles southwest of leonard, nd. it is the result of an eddy in the slowly-moving river. as the river began to freeze, the eddy froze as a perfect circle. ice circles require just the right conditions: the river must be at the point of freezing, an eddy must be present and the current must be slow. if the water is too fast, there is too much turbulence and the eddy is disrupted. if the eddy swirls too slowly, the river just freezes over without the circle. >> pam: coming up at 5:30. >> pam: a major storm wreaking havoc on parts of the u-s. what you need to know, if
(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: now at 5. severe weather hitting the southeast. already more than a dozen are dead. and the holiday storm -- has the potential to make lots of travelers miserable. catherine heenan is here with the latest. >> catherine: the nation's millions of thanksgiving travelers are not likely to be thankful for theand if you count both air travel and road travel.some estimates say that as many as a third of americans are being affected by the mess. >> catherine: it's a messy,
stressful and dangerous situation. people trying to get somewhere by car.are running into wet or snowy weather. and triple-a figures that as many as 40 million people will be driving over the thanksgiving holiday. there have been hundreds of accidents. and at least a dozen deaths. >> catherine: in the northeast, snow is piling up in cincinnati. in pittsburgh, it's a virtual white-out. in the south, steady rain and ice are keeping drivers on edge more than 3-million americans will be flying. >> catherine: as the day wore on.airports were racking up more and more delays and cancellations. this is atlanta.one of the big problem areas early on.but the storm has been moving east. and it might be small consolation - but some airlines, including delta and u-s airways are giving people a break on re-booking fees. if you want to change a >> catherine: reservation to avoid the storm.you'll probably get either a discount or no fee at all. and it's not just snow and rain. >> catherine: heavy winds
could be a continuing problem. there's already talk that macy's thanksgiving parade in new york could be missing some of its famous balloon characters because of heavy wind. >> catherine: and it could be one more factor in delaying travelers throughout the mid-atlantic and northeast. >> catherine: bottom line - the huge storm moving across the country will almost certainly upset a lot of travel plans for people heading east. most airlines say they're are "hoping" to continue operating a nearly full schedule.but they admit there will probably more cancellations -- and lots of delays. >> reporter: that is certainly what i am looking at catherine. a lot of the latest. the snow for the most part will start to change. we will get futurecast and thought that
the bonds of the storm had passed the we are still getting hit by rain. seoul, this is not pacific time as we push towards wednesday will see that we're getting off the coast and lynn ahrens it like georgia and south carolina. a lot of heavy snow will fall in new york. the system will have passed as but not before those the latest. the delays. >> catherine: it's one of the busiest travel weeks of the year-- and your travel plans could be affected by the threat of severe weather. kron 4's will tran was at s
-f o today. and spoke with someone coming from the midwest about their holiday traveling experience. >> reporter: you came to dallas in the airport did they mention it to you? it uc cancellations? are you fearful of coming back >> i will come back on next monday and i hope that everything has cleared up by dan. by then. >> reporter: thank you bobbie. we are going to show you terminal to real quickly here in san francisco. as you did see is not too bad and the knicks have died down. and thinks have died down
>> reporter: not see any signs that say the lake still call ahead you never know about that particular flight. always make sure to call a hat. we will teach you at the security check on-line spirit your window for opportunity to get out. tomorrow should be pretty bad. that is the latest will tran quang 4 news. >> reporter: we wish bobby be best. >> reporter: between tomorrow wednesday and sunday this comes as gas prices hit their lowest level for the bay is giving holiday since 2010. most people are planning to leave
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[ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> reporter:angry outbursts with photographers have cost alec baldwin his talk show job. m-s-n-b-c says it's pulling the plug. >> reporter:the actor and network are now parting ways. and in a joint statement announced that his show "up late" will not continue. >> reporter:this comes after m-s-n-b-c put the actor on a two-week suspension after reports that he chased down a photographer outside his new york apartment and called him a gay slur. this is not the first time baldwin has clashed with the paparazzi. he's been photographed several times over the past two years having outbursts. >> reporter:60 minutes correspondent lara logan and her producer will be taking a leave of absence from the respected tv news magazine. logan came under fire last
month when the star witness for her piece on benghazi was revealed to have given contradictory testimony to the fbi. >> reporter:in other words he was never there. 60 minutes apologized for the report. her leave of absence is the culmination of an internal review of the story. pam? >> pam: coming up. a tiger turns on his trainer -- in front of horrified onlookers. the aftermath caught on camera. then - a big hit or low blow. >> pam: we'll show you the sack by 49er aldon smith on the redskins quarterback last night. [ male announcer ] with at&t, you call the shots.
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the animal. the zoo director says the tiger and trainer were taking part in a regular >> catherine: david styles was bitten on the head and neck. he's listed in serious but stable condition - and is expected to live. the zoo is investigating the incident. >> reporter: the warriors were in new orleans tonight to face the pelicans. meanwhile the niners got back on track thanks to a dominant play. the niners beat the redskins. nothing went right for the red skins. niners linebacker
aldon smith got his lake caught in there. he was really good. as the game does far since he has returned from rehab. . >> reporter: niners will host the rams on sunday. what happened today on crabtree is recovering. gary has details on crabtree use status coming up tonight. >> reporter: visibility is good and no fault. fog >> reporter:59 in richmond and 59 in oakland. 55 pitcher temperature to mike and the bottle.
>> reporter: tracking this system that is starting to move towards our coast. south of santa cruz and monterey. you may encounter some rain tomorrow evening. tonight overnight lows are staying up because of the overcast clout. 45 in san rafael, 42 and center rose but, 50 in with mid-60's for the most part 65 your hide to mount for palo alto, 664 cupertino and sunnyvale and mountain view. 64 in santa clara. 64 in richmond, 65 in
>> not because corn prices have gone out they had actually gone down. international demand for our birds have gone out. >> reporter: pay another loser spending more so cody holiday spending. for >> shane fortunately very few are cutting spending 63 percent said they will cut tariffs on family member spiritgift giving with fami ly and friends.
>> reporter:this is an ex economisyt nightmare with fewer people spending this year. >> reporter: i learned my bible lesson if you want tried first to stop the not use a stop or we'll find i will tell you what i mean in the next episode of people we have been badly. tech reporter gabe slate coming up
gabe slate tech report >> reporter: bringing snow to places morning to not have snow. google has selected six cities it for this brick and motor experience. google is calling these temporary pop up stores in malls winter wonderland. these are the spot sicking get their items google products. >> reporter: maybe even a google glass. at these one relapse are into it like domes and they are snowing. this is meant to be a fun attraction to shoppers where consumers can play in the snow. people will be given an elite that they can share the video through their social networks. they are
trying to see what works and where. it seems like a good experience google needs to catch up and get into the reid tel game. the pop ups are closing december 24th gabe slate kron4 newsprint >> pam: we will have a live report next and a rash of cardboard burglaries and what police are seeing you should do about it. tonight at 6. overcast skies that will continue. coming up and a bit >> pam: hybrids, hot-rods and high tech cars take center stage thanksgiving night on kron 4 as we bring you a special preview of the san francisco international auto show. it's at 8:30, thanksgiving night.
>> pam: you can also go to kron 4.com. to enter to win tickets to the weekend auto show. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
is just 99 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair, grab a plate. this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. safeway. ingredients for life. (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: tonight at 6 teachers student and faculty members are remembering a long time football coach at john f. kennedy high school in fremont. 76 year old john
well. it was killed in a crash on northbound 680. john webb >> pam: happening now. a visual just getting under way in memory of coach puebla. kron4 juppe bush is live in fremont at john f. kennedy high school. the truck >> it has not hit me. so hard not to cry and will be difficult going back to school next week. i always i am so used to see in his see him walking down the hall saying hello. >> he is more of the few people that will push your
limit and give you gratitude of how will you did to get there. >> he was such a great guy he always took people out in and talk to people. he will definitely be missed. >> reporter: will be covering this story patrick just bush reporting live from fremont. >> pam: all authorities in alameda county say, and 1990 cold case murder of a castro valley resident has now been solved. sheriff's detectives say the victim steven richter was stabbed to death in his home 23 years ago by two suspects. his then ex-wife sure all were banned at her new husband william rogers roasters body was discovered by a passerby
on redwood road detectives suspect money as the primary motive in the murder case. however the suspect two $one of their parent is completely innocent. >> i have not had contact with him since i was younger. i watched him beat my mother he would do drugs and i would find drugs in the cabinet. he is the one that should be going down for this case and not my mother >> pam: both the murder suspects are currently being held without bail. the two are scheduled to be back in court on december 19th. to enter their pleas in the murder case. >> pam: oakland police and crime stoppers are offering
a $35,000 reward for information leading to an arrest followed a multiple shooting that took place last night. seven men were shot at a birthday party in east oakland near 96 and all of street the male victims ranged in age from 23 to 31 years old. one victim suffered life-threatening injuries. police say two gunmen approached the group opened fire and then took off. >> pam: car brachiates are not new. but in a mountain view there has been a rash of october cory's recently. and not all and the same neighborhood. kron4 brought fladeboe show you where it is all happening. with the bees are after and what the police say you can do about it. >> reporter: at a city on parking lot across the street from the mountain view police station i
thought what a lot car, another with an open window and in plain view a laptop computer and ipad case and other electronics, several backpacked and couples and paperwork with personal affirmation. sgt solve jager says this is exactly what these are looking for. there have been 30 billable break into in mountain view in the past 14 days. >> reporter: hot spots include the costco and pat cole shopping complex here on restores ave another is the century theaters on shoreline boulevard police so far have no pattern or possible link to the crime except for the already begun holiday shopping. those smashed a window and door in and out in seconds their main target this time of year are gift wrap packages left in play do.
>> pam: >> pam: hayward police are looking for a suspect who broke into a couple's home this morning and bart and hk 47 of salt rifle. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. police say the suspect is an acquaintance of the couple. it and got into an argument with the residents about money owed them. the suspect then got into a fight with the mill owner before leaving. and a return on the assault rifle. of the couple hit. the suspect fire one shot in the bedroom at before spilling some cash and taking off. >> pam: police have arrested two suspects and a prostitution sting in millbrae 31 year old san francisco resident calvin
williams and 24 your old one: samson or are arrested on charges of attempting pandering and human trafficking and conspiracy. it was a part of a multi agency operation of both local and federal authorities. turkey human traffickers. these two suspects were booked into san mateo county jail and their bill at $250,000 each. >> pam: we are learning more about the woman who jumped or fell from the third deck of the old pact called the coliseum sunday afternoon all parties say the 20 year- old woman is from san jose she is still in critical condition in buster better still don't like that and how or why this has happened the man credited with saving the one in light 61 year old dining is now recovering from his injuries at homedonnie navidad
>> pam: bart is money special service to help people get where they need to go for thanksgiving. tomorrow, there would be like for trains to help passengers get to the airport. on thursday, thanksgiving day, trains will on on a sunday schedule starting on route 8 him. then on friday the day after thanksgiving bart will make trains as long as possible to help shoppers neck black friday deals. come sunday to allow trains will be back on track to help airport travelers get home. >> reporter: the holiday weekend is nearing and the bay area is gearing up for a be a busy few days. we plodded up some in the expected impact your travel thursday is the 5 k turkey day bryant. it starts at
8:00 a.m. at a tea and tea park and people on long the waterfront, down market street and panache as to the hall. friday night to keep it at 6:00 p.m. the tree lighting ceremony in union square part of gary will be closed from 4 to 9 and critical mass is also friday people on bikes, rollerblades and other will devices will force road closures the up the city. saturday afternoon college football gave stanford hosting motor maker paul auto then sunday niners can always create concession on congestion on bridges interstates and highways the niners host the rams and 1 05 at the stake. >> pam: the suspect accused of letting a gender and a gender teenager on fire while on the ac transit bus earlier this month is going to have to wait to enter a plea in the case. a judge delayed the appearance to hear a motion to have the case moved to juvenile
court. >> pam: coming up. a tree down in oakland what it has become a disaster attraction. plus present the president obama wrapping up his west coast visit what he said about the entertainment industry during his trip in las angeles. and a rare catch what we're learning about the creature called off the miami coast. i love watching tv outside.
and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> catherine: take a look at this. a florida fisherman has caused an enormous 14 ft. deep sea creature a species releasing accurate
so old it has barnacles on it. the hundred pound creature was caught off miami beach. a hook skate and is in the sink rate category pure it a charter boat operators who goes by the name mark the shark compared it to a dinosaur. happily he released it back into the ocean after taking beach post. a lot of strange things have been happening in the ocean including the two rare sea serpents that washed ashore recently in southern california scientists say the bottom dwelling fish are more sensitive to seismic and activity so some people say their parents could be an earthquake warning. >> pam: coming up. bangs giving marks the opening of species and for some reports were you can spend the holidays on the slopes. plus, strong winds knocked out huge eucalyptus tree in oakland last week we will
in oakland last week. >>we'll tell you why people don't mind that it hasn'tit has been almost a week >> pam: since strong winds knocked over trees and power lines all across the bay area. the gusts also blew over this particularly large eucalyptus tree near lake merritt in oakland. since then, the tree has become something of a tourist attraction. a steady stream of people have been stopping by to stare, take pictures, play or even eat their lunch on the downed 3i walk the lake everyday yeah...it's kind of circus. everyone having fun. 3it's fun... and walked over it >> pam: oakland city officials said today, they currently have no plans to remove the tree because the city is still dealing with the hundreds of calls for service. received after last week's storms. >> pam: they say. for the time being the tree will
stay right where it is. >> catherine: president obama had a little fun while in southern california. he got a look inside the dream-works studios in los angeles today. >> catherine: he got to see a scene for an animated film being put together. and met actors steve martin and jim parsons. steve martin 'elbow-bumped' >> catherine: him since he had a cold. later the president had nice things to say about the entertainment industry. and it's place in the economy. the president's visit to dreamworks wrapped up a three-day visit to the west coast that included lots of fund- raising for democrats. >> catherine: there was a little unscheduled excitement during the visit. a plane entered restricted president's fund-raising appearances. military jets were scrambled - but it soon became clear there was no real threat. in fact, when the jets arrived -- the plane was already gone.
>> catherine: a connecticut judge has ordered the release of the 9-1-1 recordings from the sandy hook school shooting. but they won't be unsealed yet. >> catherine: the associated press asked for them - under the freedom of information act.but the state's attorney says the move would only mean more anguish for the families of victims. he's trying to appeal.. >> catherine: the a-p wants to review the police response to the massacre - which left 20 first-graders and 6 adults dead. >> catherine: the 9-1-1 tapes will remain sealed until at least december 4th. return to >> pam: a judge in las vegas has rejected o.j. simpson's bid for a new trial. serving nine to 33 years for armed robbery and kidnapping. he was sentenced back in 2008. he will be 70 years old
before he is all eligible for parole. attorneys arguing that his previous attorneys handled his case so badly that he should receive a new trial. >> reporter: we are expecting rain and the south and i mean stop by santa cruz or places like monterrey if you are traveling down five like it to you will receive showers that are briefly. starting to move towards our shore. so not likely to bring a great amount of showers although there will be overcast. >> reporter: clear skies for the most of the bay area. clouds moving in by 58 am tomorrow. we are in good
shape of trying to stay dry. >> reporter: afternoon high with 65 for the most part 66 for mountain view and that goes for san jose to. now, for rest of the bay area 65 and walnut creek and 64 in richmond and 64 in union city. san francisco we are looking for a high of 63 to mile creek and the financial district and by the beach 61. >> reporter: we are looking
at a pretty nice weekend. with some calling as we head into next week. >> reporter:tis the season to hit the slopes.and more and more resorts are open for business. we already had boreal.and heavenly and northstar. squaw opens tomorrow morning.november 27th.just in time for thanksgiving. northstar anjd kirkwood are making snow and their opening dates are still to be determibned. donner says it will open as soon as winter arrives. squaw -- wednesday, november 27, 2013 - 9:00am north star -- we are opening for skiing and riding tomorrow on november 23, 2013. heavenly -- opening day nov. >> reporter:kirkwood -- nov. 25 opening fb comment shuttles should be rolling by wednesday. really needed today, but we are ready for sure. sugarbowl not yet >> pam: electronic cigarettes are said to be less- dangerous than real cigarettes. because they give off water vapor instead of smoke. >> pam: but researchers at u-c san francisco say, in this case, where there is no smoke, there is still fire.
>> pam: the researchers found that the young e- cigarette smokers they studied. were less likely to have stopped smoking altogether. >> pam: and they were actually smoking *more . rather than less. one u-c-s-f professor called electronic cigarettes -- quote-- "a new route to nicotine addiction for >> pam: a european version of the morning -after pill. may not work for women over a certain weight. norlevo is identical to america's morning- after pill version called. 'plan b one-step'. the french manufacturer of norlevo. plans to put a warning on its packaging next year. researchers found, the drug begins to lose effectiveness in women who weigh more than 165- pounds. and it is completely in- effective in women who weigh more than 176- pounds. the food and drug administration says, it is reviewing information and will determine whether any labeling changes are warranted. coming up. >> pam: among a store owners worst nightmares. intruders after hours >> pam: the unlikely guest caught on camera.
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>> reporter:it was the viral video that melted people's hearts. the toronto teen who covered katy perry's hit song "roar" stories... has died. >> reporter:16-year-old olivia wise recorded the song in september after learning there was no more treatment available for her inoperable tumor. >> reporter:her family released a statement saying she died peacefully at home. >> reporter:olivia became famous in the last weeks of her life after katy perry posted a video in response to her song, saying she was moved and that the girl "sounded great." shot >> reporter:the attention
drew more than a million viewers to olivia's song and helped raised 77-thousand- dollars for the liv wise fund. >> reporter:that fund supports brain tumor research. >> reporter:katy perry sent a tweet out saying "olivia wise, i can hear you singing with the angels now.your spirit & strength has inspired me & so many others. may you rest in peace." >> catherine: take a look at this. a deer in new jersey somehow got very lost. ending up crashing through the window of a yogurt shop. >> catherine: surveillance video shows the poor confused deer running around the shop. the owner and his daughter had just locked up for the night. >> catherine: the deer eventually got out through a back door. despite the fact he's got about 5-thousand dollars in damage to deal with - the shop owner kept his sense of humor.saying the popularity of their yogurt is now apparently extending to the animal kingdom. >> pam: still ahead at 6:30. celebrities james franco and seth rogen. spoof a kim kardashian and kanye music video. >> pam: how kim reacted to their video! and how weather on the east coast could affect your travel plans out of s-f-o for the thanksgiving
(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> reporter: the two are no longer together and they no longer have big relationship among the work cold cases those are the things that sometimes assistance in getting some of the answers that we weren't able to achieve in the past. charles >> reporter: clifford and altman. it has been a week since the wind knocked over this huge eucalyptus tree
and it has become a tourist attraction of people are stopping by to take pictures with children playing over the branches and people having lunch on the tree. the city is still working on a plan to come out to clean up the area but for the meanwhile people are enjoying the site. >> reporter: here in mountain built a rash of car burglaries and a warning from the police treat hot spots include costco center and century theater complex on shoreline pricked the break-ins are occurring all over town. people can't say for sure if there is a connection or pattern to the deaths of other then that these are targeting gives left in plain view. keep the valuable blocked and the truck. >> reporter: inset for cisco union square not a lot of
people shopping today but that will all change and not just on black friday the thirsted as well. macy's are open on thursday creek which is thanksgiving. in san francisco dan carmen kron 4 news >> reporter: shopping will increase over the next couple of weeks brit today district attorney has some simple reminders for holiday shoppers that are out and about this holiday season. making sure not to leasebacks invisible site when you are doing shopping cart and making sure you are using credit cards online at only going to trust it internet sites. did the a- bomb on to say that there are plenty of things you can do to protect yourself so that you are not a victim.
coming up tonight you will see what he has to say as well. scott rates kron 4 news >> reporter: still not directly over the east coast sold we see flights taking off without any problem. today is a great day this is your window of opportunity to get away. tomorrow could be the worst day because of the volume and a storm over the east coast cooks begin a domino effect over the country. >> reporter: times like this i am glad that we live in the bay area. we do have increase in calls but not at anything like what will see on the east coast. 57 goals for hayward and fremont with 59 in richmond. did you want
in santa rosa. for your highs tomorrow nothing to drastic 66 in mountain view but 64 in lumpy disparate >> reporter: 64 and then deal and 65 in pleasanton creek lower 60s with 61 at ocean beach 63 in san francisco. kron 47 day all around the day forecast with rain and the south which is south of santa cruz. aho (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter:you are looking at an extremely rare site it's a 38 inch salmon swimming up stream to spawn in the las gatos creek
>> reporter:fish are making a return to some of the streams and rivers that were once damaged do the hundreds if not thousand of homeless encampments >> reporter:they were pulling out nets they were stacking the rocks in the river or pieces of concrete and they wait for the fish to move up to a shallow area to a pool they they designated for then they hide the nets with in the banks and then they black the river with concrete/ they use shopping carts as well and they divert the river they'll make sandbags out of rock yes they will even diver the whole river into their camp areas
of the salmon and steelhead restoration group had been monitoring the waterways around san jose for 20 some odd years >> reporter:the transients living along the banks of the los gatos and gradualupe rivers were poaching salmon and trout >> reporter: extreme this has been happening here for about 12 years not only that but they were using the creek as a public toilet despite there being restroom nearby >> reporter: homeless encampments around but now that they are not as prevalent as before dog barking >> reporter:no don't get me wrong people are still camping along the are still poaching in fact these men showed up at the creek fishing when after november 19 there is absolutely no fishing until the spring and even if there was fishing its strickly on a catch and release basis and bait is not permitted >> reporter:i could say 94 percent cleaner comparative to the previous years 20 plus year so people using this area as a toilet
since the encampments are dwindling in this area beavers have returned and now trout and according to roger a never seen before species of salmon >> reporter:in san jose stanley roberts >> reporter:it's the music video that begged to be spoofed. and we've got it. reacting to the joke. .coming up. >> pam: hybrids, hot-rods and high as we bring you a special international auto show. it's at 8:30, thanksgiving >> pam: night. 4.com. to enter to win tickets to the weekend auto show. it's great having at&t u-verse high speed internet.
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>> pam: and kim kardashian has been the butt of many jokes before, and surprisingly often seems to find the humour in them. >> pam: the 33-year-old even retweeted funnyman seth's link to the youtube clip. kim tweets "you nailed it!!! >> pam: sooo funny! retweet @sethrogen with a link to the youtube video. enjoy!!!"
>> reporter:and remember -- you can catch all your entertainment news right here on kron-4. the o-m-g insider starts at 7:00. followed by entertainment tonight at 7:30. s... >> pam: two turkeys will be pardoned by president obama on wednesday. meet the turkeys. named popcorn and caramel. the turkey tradition started 24 years ago with george h- w bush. >> pam: after their pardon."popcorn" and "caramel" will live out their days at morven park in leesburg, virginia. you can vote which turkey should be named the national thanksgiving turkey by going on whitehouse-dot- gov's website. >> pam: there was snow today in san francisco. >> pam: yes, snow.
the california academy of science brought in their own snow. and along with it.reindeer of course. yukon and willow are two five year old reindeer that arrived today to celebrate the holidays. the two are part of the-- 'tis the season for science program -- at the academy and will be temporarily residing in the museum's east garden until january 5th. >> pam: good news for 49r's fans! gary is next with sports >> reporter: the soon to turn to tune and 4 gabe slate tech report
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary:good evening! >> gary:andrew bogut is serving his one game suspension tonight in new orleans for his role to index of stories... redskins are not very good. kapernick proudly his best game since he opened up for green bay packers. aldon smith was and the face
of apocrypha and all night. that's it for the kron 4 news at 6. stay connected with kron 4 and get latest news atsee you at 8 >> gary: >> sole came a long way to get it at our guys spend a lot of energy and toughness to get it. and we will go to the next month it will be like this every week. >> gary: it took him a while to get it. speed >> gary: king of tweeting pam made me feel funny by taking a self feet of us.
>> even on with the guys are still trying to get back so it is more about the mental process than the physical process spiri. so that there are fresh for thursday afternoon. >> gary: cal will play it or get in the first football game and it will be nationally televised. at levi stadium which will have a lot of action. >> gary: one of those guys the will play the part when you get in his side he will shoot you he will hit you.
>> gary: and a two-time to tweet so he caught the new orleans broadcast which put and a total of the rock curry. they had stepped curry which is in the minor leagues >> gary: right now on the scoreboard with the we have an intermission 72-72 tied up third quarter. >> gary: look pam he is testing and tweeting pure do not forget to like me! >> gary:jabari bird is good. now you have to ask people ... am i good? am i good?
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>> love song legend richard marks at 50. my in-studio duet. >> i think tons of babies have been made with me as a backdrop. now where yahoo! and broadcast meet for 24/7 access to celebrity news, "omg! insider." >> kanye is at it again. this time trashing kim's reality show and calling for a boycott of louis vuitton. those are rich people problems, kanye. hello, everyone. i'm kevin frazier here in new york city. thea has flown in to join me. >> hey, kevin. i'm down here in times square where the flurries have started. they are saying there's a big storm on the way. hopefully it won't affect the parade on thursday. >> we're glued to the doppler radar. we're gearing up for cbs' thanksgiving day parade. a lot of nerves rattled with the weather getting worse by the hour. last night it was a whirlwind of emotion backstage at "dancing with the stars." keltie knight was there in the eye of the storm. ♪
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