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and with that ... we rang the new year with kron 4's grant lodes and justine waldman. take a look at this ... the fire works went off without a hitch at the embarcadero hitch at the embarcadero in san francisco. (will) good morning and happy new year.
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thanks for starting out 20-18 with the kron 4 morning news. im will tran.lets start this morning with a check on weather. rebecca:outside of a few sprinkles over the north bay tonight, look for dry conditions and mild temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely bring
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periods of rain to the region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend.
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in our top story this morning ... one of the most talked about new laws in calfornia for the new year ... is the legalization of marijuana for adults over 21.with that ... police are warning people can get a d-u-i for driving high. kron4's haaziq madyun has the details. in the state capital there is a new campaign from california
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law enforcement and the message is...sot sotthe deadly affects of which allegedly led to the death of california highway patrol officer andrew camilleri. in the wake of his death the california office of traffic safety is launching a new public awareness campaign focused on not driving under the influence of drugs like marijuana. attorney mahal montoya of the national organization for the reform of marijuana says the legal cannabis community should publically echo the dui doesn't just mean booze message sotsot
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alone">montoya sees an opportunity with marijuana being legal in the state of california in just a few days, for billboards like these being used to help raise public awareness about the dangers of driving after mixing marijuana with alcohol sotthis is coming from a staunch legal cannabis advocatesotin oakland haaziq madyun kron4news in our other top story this morning ...oakland raiders coach jack del rio has been fired after a disappointing season. mark davis fired del rio after the team's season- ending 30-10 loss to the los angeles chargers yesterday. del rio had signed a four-year contract extension last february after oakland ended a 13-year playoff drought with a
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12-win season last year.the raiders followed that up with one of the most disappointing seasons in the nfl. oakland went 6-10 for the second biggest one-season drops in wins in franchise history. with del rio being let go ... espn is quoting league sources saying that the raiders are about to offer former raiders head coach jon gruden a deal that would include ownership in the team. now that the raiders' disappointing season is behind them ... bringing gruden in would be quite the move because he was traded away in 2001. gruden is currently an analyst at espn. in other news ... a deadly shootout on the peninsula between police and man outside a bank. it happened in redwood city over the weekend. kron4's spencer blake talked to witnesses. (reporter)there was a person at the bank who saw the suspect pacing around with a gun, so they called police, who ended up getting into a
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shootout with the man.i spoke with one person who saw the shooting as it happened.just before four saturday afternoon, redwood city police arrived at this wells fargo at broadway and main.ignacio jimenez was nearby at the time. he was parking his car when he saw police cars zip by, so he turned the corner to check it out."that's when i saw officers behind the suburban with their weapons drawn. they were hiding behind the trees right across the street where there's a park, and so i saw that their attention was on a gentleman that was right outside the wells fargo bank." jimenez says it seemed like the suspect wasn't complying with officers' orders."he had his hands in his pockets in his sweater and then soon after that he took his hand out, and he had something in his hand and shots rang out - i'm not sure who shot first or what - and then the gentleman fell to the ground."police say the suspect shot at officers, who returned fire and killed him.another witness works at the savers about a block away, and heard the commotion all the way over there."i heard about 12 shots so i told my coworkers about it and then ran across down over here and i saw the cops taping the whole streets."meanwhile, jimenez had his phone, and was recording everything he saw.
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when i spoke with him, he didn't have his phone, because police had it and were reviewing the video as evidence."i'm glad that my video was able to hopefully help them and their investigation."even hours later, people watching from the other side of the police line say they could see the suspect's body lying in the parking lot.the interim police chief, though sad there was loss of life, was satisfied with his officers' attempts to negotiate and use every tool they had available...before resorting to gunfire.(reporter) police said in a social media post that there are no other outstanding suspects in the case...and that there is no threat to the public.in redwood city, spencer blake, kron four news. one person is dead and another injured after a shooting in san pablo. it happened saturday on valencia way near contra costa college. officers arrived and found a man and a woman suffering from gunshot wounds. a 47-year-old woman was pronounced dead at the scene.
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a 22-year-old man is expected to survive. (will) an s-u-v crashed into a 7-11 store in san leandro. here are some pictures from the scene. it happened last night on 1240 manor blvd. a white s-u-v crashed into the store ... causing damage to property inside. alameda county officials say there were no injuries in this crash. gilroy police arrested a man accused of trying to rob a pizza hut. police say izaak diaz entered the store with a gun as employees were putting money into a safe. he did not get away with anything. but police say they later spotted the suspect. who led them on a high speed chase for several miles. diaz is being held in the santa clara county jail on attempted robbery and felony evading arrest charges. (will) happening now: cases of the flu are on the rise, and not just in california, but across the united states... it appears ... the widely touted flu shot is not providing the protection that health professionals had hoped this
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year. kron 4's dan kerman explains. the number of people coming down with the flu is on the rise, and doctors warn the numbers are similar to last yearááásot randy m.d./kaiser permanente flu vaccine last year was one of our worst flue seasons for about a decade, we had more confirmed than 2006 and we're those same number this past week.kaiser permanente infectious disease specialist dr. randy bergen matters worse doesn't seem to be as effective as it past years. the same thing happened during the southern hemisphere's flu season and were devastating.sot government reported 2 and a half times more confirmed cases of influenza than they normally do. might see that not.say the flu season could march or april, better with the vaccine it.you do get variety of strains and even though strains circulating, there may be other strains going through the communities later on and partial protection protection .while it's little help for this year, doctors say underway to look develop a flu more effective. at kaiser in kerman kron 4 news. happening today ... high and low tides ... also known as king tides are expected to bring some minor flooding in low lying areas in the san francisco bay area. the national weather service says ... they will happen today and tomorrow. they could cause flooding of parking lots ... si
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welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. rebecca:outside of a few
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sprinkles over the north bay tonight, look for dry conditions and mild temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely bring periods of rain to the region from late wednesday
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through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend.
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(will) to say that 2017 has been a wild ride is an understatement. without a doubt, 2017 has been a polarizing year, defined by controversies, conflicts, social and political change. phil black looks back at
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some of the key events that have shaped the last 12 months. terrorism, conflict, natural disasters2017 was a turbulent year.dominated by politics, it saw a u.s. president unlike any we've seen before.donald trump became known for his controversies name calling and internal battles.but through all the claims he reshaped the white house and the world's perception of america.across the pacific north korea has stepped up its rhetoric and its nuclear missile testing.in iraq and syria isis was finally driven from key cities and villages. and a slew of terror attacks hit at the heart of cities around the world. the u.k. suffered the highest number of attacks since the ira bombings in 1992, and new york city experienced its deadliest terror advance since 9/11. myanmar and yemen saw some of the worst humanitarian catastrophes in decades. sarin gas was used against the syrian town of khan sheikhoun. america reacted launching its first military strike against the syrian regime since the civil war began. back at home u.s. suffered some of the deadliest mass shootings in its modern history.across the globe, separatist movements push for independence. new
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leaders were electedsome gained more power than ever and others exited after ruling for decades.2017 also experience a mind-bending litany of natural disasters. an urban raged through a london building bringing death and destruction. yet amidst the chaos people spoke out against sexual harassment.a cnn record exposed slave auctions in libya sparking outrage around the world and prompting
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investigations.away from the darkness, there was some light astronomers found new planets. australia voted yes to same sex marriage. an epic mix up at the oscars went viral. a royal wedding was confirmed. and, america got to see its first nationwide solar eclipse in 99 years.
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(will) (will) with the new year, brings new laws...one of the changes in california will have to do with exactly áwhoá is allowed to drive a boat. connie tran explains the new law. it's a sound like no other - the buzz of the motor, the push of the waves. for boater bruce marion, it's his solace. "all your stresses, all your problems, just fade away when you're out on the water," exclaimed marion.but marion, who owns the boat shoppe in downtown fresno, said he's had some not-so-fun boating experiences in year's past.he explained, "i've been hit, i've been hit, ya, and it's been an inexperienced operator spinnin donuts. i'm going by, and he ran right over my bow of the boat."that's why when marion heard the state will be enforcing a new law mandating boat drivers to undergo marine education and get a boating
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driver's license, he thought it was about time.marion said, "one, it teaches people the importance of safe operation of a vessel. and anything that can help the personal watercraft operators understand what they're operating."the law goes into affect on the first of the new year. boat drivers can start taking the approved boating safety course online now. according to the dbw, the driver's card will cost between $8 and $10. in 2018, only boat drivers under the age of 20 will have to abide by the new law. and by the year 2025, all boat drivers will have to be educated and licensed. in 2015, the dbw reports 724 recreational vessels were involved in reported accidents and 49 boaters died in california. millerton lake state park ranger steve barber said he hopes this new mandate will lower the number of boating incidents on the water.barber stated, "the majority of the vessel accidents that we respond to out here, more often then not, the folks have very little to no experience whatsoever when it comes to operating the vessel.""you will save half of the lives that were lost last year," ended marion.
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(will) changes are also coming to bart on this new year's day.all bart riders will be required to have proof of payment inside the pay areas of stations and trains. it's an effort to stop fare evasion ...be prepared to show your ticket or clipper card if asked by a fare inspector. fines will be 75 dollars for adults and 55 dollars for minors. ( will ) in the east bay.. a man was arrested after an incident at the walnut creek bart parking garage. it happened early yesterday morning. officials say 26
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year old lowell ligon tried to enter a woman's car around two a-m as she drove through the parking garage. ligon was arrested on suspicion of resisting arrest. he was taken to the hospital for treatment of a minor injury and later booked at the martinez jail. (will) still ahead on the kron four morning news... the hollywood minute is taking you to a galaxy far far away.the latest about the ánextá star wars film in the franchise.
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welcome back ...in your hollywood minute this morning ... we have a trio of star wars stories ... including news about the next movie in the series.rick damigella has the details. (nat space battle, chewbacca and porg yells, explosion)the force is strong with this one. deadline reports "star wars: the last jedi" has surpassed the one billion dollar milestone at the global box office, one of only four movies to do so in 20-17.
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variety says the movie helped boost worldwide box office numbers by three percent, to a record-setting 39-point-nine billion dollars for the year. (nat)even with its huge worldwide numbers, "the last jedi" has yet to open in one major movie market. forbes magazine reports advance ticket sales in china are now at three million chinese yuan. "the last jedi" bows in china on january fifth.(nat music) the 'next' "star wars" movie has landed a series veteran. variety reports composer john williams has signed on to create theme music for "solo: a star wars story." the principal score for the film is being crafted by oscar-nominee john powell, with williams telling variety that he is creating a theme for the title character. "solo: a star wars story," starring alden ehrenreich as a young han solo, hits theaters may 25th. from a galaxy far, far away, i'm rick damigella. and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge
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on new year's day many people will enjoy a pork and sauerkraut dinner.tradition says it will bring you luck all year long. but would you ever try -- sauerkraut ice cream?urban churn in pennsylvania is known for it's off the wall
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flavors...and to ring in the new year--owners decided to put a sweet spin on the new year's day favorite.they say it's a perfect balance of sweet, salty and bitter. it was such a hit -- the shop sold out of the wacky flavor. they say -- if you want an alternative to enjoy -- try vanilla ice cream topped with sauerkraut.
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quite a welcome. take a look at the slo-mo replay -- officers responded to a call friday about a squirrel that had broken into a home... and was reportedly eating cookies in the kitchen. police bodycams captured this scene. luckily, no one was injured -- not even the squirrel. the little guy was eventually captured and released outside. (will) coming up on the kron four morning news... recreational marijuana is legal to buy at pot shops across the bay area.we'll go live at a shop in san jose ... where people are lining up this morning. (will)and oakland raiders head coach jack del rio... fired after a disappointing season. we'll have a live report on from east bay. ( will )
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and with that ... we rang in the new year with kron 4's grant lodes and justine waldman. the fire works went off without a hitch at the embarcadero in san francisco. ( will ) good morning i'm will tran. lets start the morning with a check of weather.
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rebecca:outside of a few sprinkles over the north bay tonight, look for dry conditions and mild temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely bring periods of rain to the region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend. ( will ) and big news this morning for raiders fans...
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morning for raiders fans... head coach jack del rio has been fired. kron 4's camila bernal is live at raiders headquarters this morning with the latest. ( camila )in our other top story this morning ...oakland raiders coach jack del rio has been fired after a disappointing season. mark davis fired del rio after the team's season-ending 30-10 loss to the los angeles chargers yesterday. del rio had signed a four-year contract extension last february after oakland ended a 13-year playoff drought with a 12-win season last year.the raiders followed that up with one of the most disappointing
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seasons in the nfl. oakland went 6-10 for the second biggest one-season drops in wins in franchise history. thanks camila. we will check back with you through out the morning. with del rio being let go ... espn is quoting league
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sources saying that the raiders are about to offer former raiders head coach jon gruden a deal that would include ownership in the team. now that the raiders disappointing season is behind them ... bringing gruden in would be quite the move because he was traded away in 2001. gruden is currently an analyst at espn. ( will ) on the peninsula... a deadly shootout between police and a man outside of a bank. it happened in redwood city over the weekend. kron 4's spencer blake talked to witnesses. (reporter)there was a person at the bank who saw the
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suspect pacing around with a gun, so they called police, who ended up getting into a shootout with the man.i spoke with one person who saw the shooting as it happened.just before four saturday afternoon, redwood city police arrived at this wells fargo at broadway and main.ignacio jimenez was nearby at the time. he was parking his car when he saw police cars zip by, so he turned the corner to check it out."that's when i saw officers behind the suburban with their weapons drawn. they were hiding behind the trees right across the street where there's a park, and so i saw that their attention was on a gentleman that was right outside the wells fargo bank." jimenez says it seemed like the suspect wasn't complying with officers' orders."he had his hands in his pockets in his sweater and then soon after that he took his hand out, and he had something in his hand and shots rang out - i'm not sure who shot first or what - and then the gentleman fell to the ground."police say the suspect shot at officers, who returned fire and killed him.another witness works at the savers about a block away, and heard the commotion all the way over there."i heard about 12 shots so i told my coworkers about it and then ran across down over here and i saw the cops taping the whole streets."meanwhile, jimenez had his phone, and was recording everything he saw. when i spoke with him, he didn't have his phone, because police had it and were
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reviewing the video as evidence."i'm glad that my video was able to hopefully help them and their investigation."even hours later, people watching from the other side of the police line say they could see the suspect's body lying in the parking lot.the interim police chief, though sad there was loss of life, was satisfied with his officers' attempts to negotiate and use every tool they had available...before resorting to gunfire.(reporter) police said in a social media post that there are no other outstanding suspects in the case...and that there is no threat to the public.in redwood city, spencer blake, kron four news. ( will ) one person is dead and another injured after a shooting in san pablo. it happened saturday on valencia way near contra costa college. officers arrived and found a man and a woman
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suffering from gunshot wounds. a 47-year-old woman was pronounced dead at the scene. a 22-year-old man is expected to survive. (will) an s-u-v crashed into a 7-11 store in san leandro. here are some pictures from the scene. it happened last night on 1240 manor blvd. a white s-u-v crashed into the store ... causing damage to property inside. alameda county officials say there were no injuries in this crash. ( will ) changes are also coming to bart on this new year's day. all bart riders will be required to have proof of payment inside the pay areas of stations and trains. it's an effort to stop fare evasion ... be prepared to show your ticket or clipper card if asked by a fare inspector. fines will be 75 dollars for adults and 55 dollars for minors. ( will ) gilroy police arrested a man accused of trying to rob a pizza hut.
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police say izaak diaz entered the store with a gun as employees were putting money into a safe. he did not get away with anything. but police say they later spotted the suspect. who led them on a high speed chase for several miles. diaz is being held in the santa clara county jail on attempted robbery and felony evading arrest charges. ( will ) happening now... cases of the flu are on the rise in california... and across the u-s. it seems the widely touted flu shot is not providing the protection that health professionals had hoped. kron 4's dan kerman explains. the number of people coming down with the flu is on the rise, and doctors warn the numbers are similar to last yearááásot randy bergen, m.d./kaiser permanente flu vaccine program 07-18last year was one of our worst flue seasons for about a decade, we had more cases of influenza confirmed than we had since 2006 and we're approaching
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those same number this past week.kaiser permanente infectious disease specialist dr. randy bergen says to make matters worse the flu vaccine doesn't seem to be as effective as it has been in past years. the same thing happened during the southern hemisphere's flu season and the results were devastating. sot the australian government reported 2 and a half times more confirmed cases of influenza than they normally do. do you think we might see that here? i sure hope not. still doctors say the flu season could last until march or april, so you are better with the vaccine than without it.sotyou do get protection from a variety of strains and even though there are some strains circulating, there may be other strains going through the communities later on and partial protection is better than no protection .while it's little help for this year, doctors say studies are underway to look at new ways to develop a flu vaccine so it's more effective. at
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kaiser in walnut creek, dan kerman kron 4 news. ( will ) happening today... the king tides are expected to bring some minor flooding in low lying areas in the bay area. the national weather service says ... they will happen today and tomorrow. they could cause flooding of parking lots ... sidewalks and coastal trails. officials say entrances and exits to coves and narrow beaches may be affected too. (will) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... we're tracking several new california laws that take effect today ... including -- the questions you don't have to answer anymore on a job application. ( rebecca ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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mu-um dinosaurs only eat meat! actually, the biggest dinos only ate plants! and country crock is made with plants. country crock has always been made with the goodness of plants. it has real, simple ingredients... and the same country fresh taste you love. welcome to crock country. ( will ) welcome back to
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the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. outside of a few north bay dry conditions temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change weekend. the upcoming potentially into of the week and through the end late wednesday the region from periods of rain to will likely bring a pattern change at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely bring periods of rain to the region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend.
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( will ) in the east bay.. a man was arrested after an incident at the walnut creek bart parking garage. it happened early yesterday morning. officials say lowell ligon tried to enter a woman's car around two a-m as she drove through the parking garage. ligon was arrested on suspicion of resisting arrest. he was taken to the hospital for treatment of a minor injury and later booked at the martinez jail. ( will ) the new year brings new hope for transgender individuals who want to join the military. the defense department is taking steps to receive
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transgender recruits into the ranks as soon as today. but, those who join know the legal road ahead could be bumpy. president trump announced a transgender ban in august -- but it is yet to be implemented. last month, a second federal judge blocked enforcement of the prohibition. ( will ) the supreme court will look into how the u-s judiciary handles sexual harassment allegations in its own ranks. that's according to chef justice john roberts, who announced it in his annual state of the judiciary report yesterday. he said the judiciary will evaluate whether its standards are enough to ensure an "exemplary workplace" for court employees. roberts also says the high court will look both into the standards of conduct at courts ... and the procedures for investigating and correcting inappropriate behavior. ( will ) 2017 was a crazy year in news... but there were some stories we just couldn't stop talking about. jeremy roth takes a look
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back at some of the year's most viral moments. another year, another slew of viral stories and trends among many other things, 2017 was a year ... to fidgetfidget spinners became the must-have gadget for kids, adults ... even astronauts! not bad for a toy that does ... thisbefore you knew it, they were everywhere but, because we can't have nice things, there were soon consumer warnings about the gadgetssome of them posed choking hazards ... others were reportedly catching firei guess there's such a thing as a hot toy getting too hotif 2017 had a mascot, it may very well have been a baby hippo named fiona the chubby charmer, born 6-weeks premature at the cincinnati zoo, seemed destined for viral stardomwith millions of viewers gobbling up new videos from the zoo almost weekly ...showcasing fiona's adorable antics ...
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which included her wobbly first steps...bonding time .... playtime ...naptime ...you get the idea. she even managed to remain the center of attention during a couple's engagement at the zoo ...pulling off a successful photobomb, fiona-style!that's our fiona! speaking of epic photobombs ... an historic building implosion in atlanta had its thunder stolen by one commuter bus' ill-timed arrival after 25 years of hosting events, atlanta's georgia dome was set for implosionbut when the moment arrived, a metro atlanta commuter bus rolled right in front of the money shot ...live on the weather channel (nats- bleeped profanity- "get out of the way, bus!")the blocking bus turned into a block-bus-ter online ...quickly becoming the go-to meme for spoiling climactic moments of.sporting events ...weather reports... election results ...it was even interrupting other famous interruptionseven facebook added a feature allowing users to marta-bomb their own profile picsall this for one little ol' bus that arrived right on time ... at the worst possible time.(nats- profanity bleep)one little girl showed the power of impeccable timing
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...when she busted in on her father during a live interview with the bbcprofessor robert kelly was conducting a web interview on the impeachment of then-south korean president park geun-hye (pak- goon - hay) ...when his 4-year-old daughter, marion, came gleefully dancing in, with her little brother in towkelly tried his best to continue, but the damage was done -- his kids -- and wife trying to save the day -- had stolen the showinevitably, the interview and the family went viral, and soon marion was the one being interviewed.and finally, amidst the chaos of 2017, there was one event that seemed to stop everything ... if only for a moment.the solar eclipse.for a couple of weeks in august, the looming celestial event basically eclipsed all other newsit had been 99 years since a total eclipse made its way across the u-s, unobstructedso folks of all walks of life made plans, some traveling great distances, to take in the moment some took the proper precautionsothers, not so much once it was over, we were left with some truly staggering images of the power of nature...including quite
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possibly the greatest photo ever captured on ... oh come on, bus! get out of the way!in atlanta, i'm jeremy roth reporting ( will ) coming up on the kron 4 coming up on the kron 4 morning news... 2018 is here... and the party is over. how new york city is cleaning up the mess left behind by revelers. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge.
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year!">( will ) revelers ushered in 2018 in a frigid times square in new york city. partygoers bundled up in extra layers... wearing with warm hats and face masks. it was the second coldest new year's eve on record at just nine degrees. ( will ) almost one million people packed into times square to ring in the new year. as the crowd funneled out... a massive clean-up crew of about three hundred workers swooped in. party- goers left behind a ( will ) almost one million people packed into times
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four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather. rebecca:outside of a few sprinkles over the north bay tonight, look for dry conditions and mild temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely bring periods of rain to the
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region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming potentially into of the week and through the end late wednesday the region from periods of rain to will likely bring a pattern change will likely bring periods of rain to the region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend.
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( will ) happening today... a number of new laws take effect in california... from gun control to what an employer can ask on a job application. kron 4's catherine heenan has more of the changes you need to know... including one hot button issue that puts the state on a collision course with the white house. in direct defiance of president trump, california law enforcement officials have new, strict limits on how much they can help federal immigration authorities.police can no longer ask for someone's immigration status . landlords can face civil penalties for threatening to report renters to federal authorities.federal agents will need warrants to raid workplaces ... and employers can be fined for failing to warn workers 72 hours in advance.whooshcalifornia already has some of the strictest gun laws in the country.now they are getting even stricter.all school
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employees are banned from carrying concealed weapons on campus.anyone convicted of a hate crime loses the right to own a gun for ten years.anyone building a guns from parts will have to get a serial number from the state,all ammunition sales have to go through a licensed vendor ... so even if you order bullets online, you'll have to go to a store to pick them up.whoosh on the road you should know that you cannot smoke or consume marijuana at any time while you are driving. registering your car will cost up to 175=dollars more as the state is tacking on a road improvement fee.alternative fuel vehicles are exempt. beginning in september, californians who are transgender, intersex or don't identify as male or female can choose a gender-neutral option on their drivers license .and if you have a note from your doctor, you can have your car windows tinted.whooshjob applicants will no longer have to answer the question: "how
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much did you make in your last job?"also banned: that little box that asks if you have a criminal record.millions of workers at small businesses will now get up to 12 weaks of unpaid family leave, without losing their health insurance. and the state's minimum wage is bumping up again to 11 dollars an hour ( will ) voters in san mateo, napa and three other california counties will lose their polling places... as the state phases in an all voting by mail system. also sometime this year ... the first year of community college is supposed to become free for all first-time, full-time students. ( will ) paying tribute to a fallen c-h-p officer. over the weekend... hundreds gathered in hayward for a final salute to officer andrew camilleri. he was killed by a suspected drunk driver on christmas eve. kron 4's camila bernal has more on the service from stockton. andrew camilleri's chp academy
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classmates rose to do their class chant one final time then his commander highlighted his commitment, dedication and character2:19 every day he was excited to go out on the road and each time i saw him, he had that smileofficer camilleri died when a suspected drunk driver crashed into his patrol car28:11 andrew died a hero out on patrol on christmas eve, his life taken by the very dangers he was out to preventaccording to his commander, officer camilleri took pride in enforcing the law putting others' lives before his30:02 the reason why the vast majority of us take up this calling is because we want to preserve life and anytime we lose a brother or sister its heartfelt, it's a deep wound. throughout the service, the california highway patrol family celebrated camilleri's life, describing him as a family man, a man of faith, a servant and a jokester. although i think it's heartbreaking, we are not going to be broken in spirit and our hope is that we continue to help the community better than ever and we will do in in an effort to honor his legacya legacy that will
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live on even after the last goodbye.10:23:32 andrew, i know you can hear me, i love you buddy and it was an honor being your partner, rest in peace brother.in stockton camila bernal kron 4 ( will ) happening today... pot shops are opening for business. and recreational marijuana will be on sale. kron 4's lydia pantazes joins us live from oakland. lydia...
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( will ) in the south bay... a person has died after being trapped inside a car on fire. it happened around 9-thirty saturday near the lehigh hanson cement plant
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in cupertino. firefighters quickly extinguished the flames but were unable to save the driver. the cause of the fire is currently under investigation. ( will ) coming up on the kron four morning news... a shooting in colorado takes the life of a deputy. we'll have the latest on the investigation. ( will ) plus... 2017 makes weather history. we're looking back the floods and fires that defined the year. ( will ) and next... it's time to dream big. how high the powerball and mega millions jackpots are this morning. ( rebecca ) and i am tracking your bay area ( rebecca ) and i am for you, it's always leap over look. ( rebecca ) and i am tracking your bay area now over later. and pause. not even in your vocabulary.
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so when a cold sore tingle strikes you act on it. only abreva can heal a cold sore in as little as two and a half days when used at the first sign. it starts to work immediately to block the virus and protect healthy cells. nothing heals a cold sore faster. and because abreva acts on it... you can too. act on it, with abreva. ( will ) you feeling
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lucky? you might want to buy a lottery ticket or two! the powerball and mega millions jackpots have reached a combined total of 783 million-dollars. the powerball jackpot is up to 440- million. and mega millions is up to 343- million. it's rare for the jackpots in both games to get so big -- but it's about to become more common. both mega millions and powerball have been changed to make the odds of winning the jackpot longer -- which means more giant jackpots. ( will ) coming up after the break...hurricanes... floods... and we're taking major weather stories of (rebecca)
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(rebecca) your bay area forecast is after the break.
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sprinkles over the north bay tonight, look for dry conditions and mild temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely bring periods of rain to the region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend.
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( will ) national news... we're learning new details about a deadly shooting at a colorado apartment complex. a sheriff's deputy was killed... and six people were hurt. kim hutcherson has more. a community in mourning... after a deadly shooting at a colorado apartment complex.the suspect .... identified as 37- year-old matthew riehl.sheriff tony spurlock/douglas county: "so it was more of an ambush-type attack on our officers. he knew we were coming."police were called to the copper canyon apartments on a disturbance call before six a-m sunday.they found riehl barricaded in his room. they say he began shooting, firing more than 100 rounds and forcing wounded deputies to crawl for safety.riehl himself was killed about 90 minutes later when a tactical team entered the apartment. the deceased deputy -- 29- year-old zackari parrish ... a family man with two young
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daughters.police officers formed a caravan to accompany his coffin to the coroner's office ...and citizens lined the way to show their respect. robin lee/aunt of colorado state trooper: "when one of them gets shot we all get shot in the heart."the other officers injured in the attack ... all in stable condition. they've been identified as 28- year-old mike doyle... 30-year-old taylor davis... 32-year-old jeffrey pelle... and 41-year-old tom o'donnell. two civilians were also injured.memorials have sprung up ... with local people compelled to show their sorrow ... and their support.addyson devlin/brought flowers to police station:"that police that died and the people that were injured were people who have fought for us and protected us."i'm kim hutcherson reporting. ( will ) 2017 will go into the record books of weather history. hurricanes slammed the south and crippled puerto rico. while devastating wildfires -- fueled by vicious winds -- raced across california. kristen holmes has a look back at the year's catastrophic
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weather events. "we're just getting scared. it's rising rapidly. there's water everywhere."in august - hurricane harvey roared ashore in south texas as a category 4 ...making landfall between port aransas and port o'connor. aaron mitchell/hurricane harvey survivor: "my trailer was just bouncing up and down. i lost everything. just wiped me out."and as harvey moved inland...it dumped more than 50" of rain across houston.and 60-inches of rain just outside of beaumont...the most rain ever recorded in the u-s from a tropical system.sandra bricker/hurricane harvey survivor: "nobody has áeverá seen anything like this of this magnitude. it's total chaos. it's awful."the rising waters inundated homesand prompted thousands of rescues from the u-s coast guardto police officers and firefighters to neighbors rescuing neighbors by boat...more than 72-thousand people were rescued across south texas. then -- just two weeks later... hurricane irma barreled
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across puerto rico and the caribbean -- and took aim on florida. gov. rick scott/(r) florida: "if you've been ordered to evacuate, you need to leave now."florida officials issued evacuations for 6-point-3 million people...and on september 10-th... hurricane irma ripped across the florida keys as a 130 mile-per-hour category 4..."oh my god, the roof. (cries)"the impact was devastating."what do we do? where do we go from here?" hours later -- irma made its second florida landfall as a category three-- just south of naples.as it moved through the state...the storm cut power to more than ásixá million customers... ...and knocked out air conditioning at a nursing home in hollywood hills -- leading to the deaths of a dozen people.and just two weeks after irma...puerto rico braced for another devastating blow from mother nature.hurricane maria made landfall on september 20-th as a category 4.no part of the island was spared.neighborhoods were flooded...or cut off by
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mudslides...maria wiped out cell phone communications... and left almost all of puerto rico in darkness.recovery for the island is expected to take years. hurricane-force winds... fueling multiple wildfires in california. flames erupted in early october in napa and sonoma counties...and quickly spread.many residents had little time to escape.ernie chapman / wildfire survivor: "i didn't grab anything, really... seconds could have made the difference between life and death, so there was no waiting."the vicious winds made it difficult for firefighters to battle the flames.and the wildfires burned out of control for days. then in december - fierce santa ana winds - fueling devastating wildfires. the skirball fire in los angeles county burned so close to the 405 freeway - officials had to temporarily shut it down.and in ventura countythe thomas fire scorching thousands of acres and destroying many homes.from hurricanes to wildfires -- 2017 was another year of
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billion-dollar disasters.i'm kristen holmes reporting. ( will ) u-c-s-f welcomes the u-c-s-f welcomes the first baby born in the bay area in 2018. the baby boy was born two minutes after midnight. he weighs 6 pounds and 10 ounces. and another boy was born seven minutes later at 12:09 at the kaiser permanente antioch medical center to a pittsburg mother. ( will ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... "star wars" wins the final box office weekend of 2017... but did it win the year? it's time for sleep number's 'lowest
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( will ) live look now at the richmond bridge... ( will ) time to check the san mateo bridge... ( will ) "star wars: the last jedi" closes out 2017 on top. rick damigella has the numbers in the box office
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countdown. "actually, i'm going to pass on the violence!"it was a much better weekend at the box office, with three movies improving their numbers over last week, including "ferdinand," which went up 59-percent this weekend, and held fast to fifth with eleven-point-seven million dollars."ladies and gents, this is the moment you've waited for.""the greatest showman" saw a 73-percent increase in ticket sales, while staying in fourth with fifteen-point-three million."i would do anything to sing with you guys again.""pitch perfect three" stayed at number three, only dropping eleven-percent over its debut with 17-point- eight million dollars."welcome to jumanji!"the second "jumanji" movie stayed in second, but improved 39- percent over its debut. "jumanji: welcome to the jungle" rode off with 50-point-six million dollars. "it's so much bigger.""star wars: the last jedi" celebrates three victories in its third weekend in theaters. the latest "star wars" movie
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won the weekend with 52-point-four million dollars, but the bigger news is "the last jedi" zoomed past "beauty and the beast" to become the highest grossing movie of 20-17. "jedi" tops the domestic box office for the year with 530-point-three million dollars. and even bigger than that, "jedi" has broken the one billion dollar mark globally, with one-point- zero-four billion dollars in worldwide ticket sales. the force is strong with this one. in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. (will) coming up on the kron four morning news... recreational marijuana is legal to buy at pot shops across the bay area.we'll go live at a shop in san jose ... where people are lining up this morning. (will)plus ... we're tracking several new california laws that take effect today ... including -- the questions you don't have to answer anymore on a job (will)and oakland raiders head coach jack del rio... fired after a disappointing season.
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we'll have a live report on from east bay. [burke] at farmers, we've seen almost everything so we know how to cover almost anything. even a "red-hot mascot." [mascot] hey-oooo! whoop, whoop! [crowd 1] hey, you're on fire! [mascot] you bet i am! [crowd 2] dude, you're on fire! [mascot] oh, yeah! [crowd 3] no, you're on fire!
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look behind you. [mascot] i'm cool. i'm cool. [burke] that's one way to fire up the crowd. but we covered it. talk to farmers. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. ♪ we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪ for you, it's always now over later. and pause. not even in your vocabulary. so when a cold sore tingle strikes you act on it. only abreva can heal a cold sore in as little as two and a half days when used at the first sign. it starts to work immediately to block the virus and protect healthy cells. nothing heals a cold sore faster. and because abreva acts on it... you can too. act on it, with abreva. outer layer of your enamel tooth surface. white, the thing that's really important to dentists is to make sure that that enamel stays strong and resilient for a lifetime the more that we can strengthen and re-harden that tooth surface, the whiter their patients' teeth are going to be.
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dentists are going to really want to recommend pronamel strong and bright. it helps to strengthen and re-harden the enamel. it also has stain lifting action. it's going to give their patients the protection that they need and the whiter teeth that they want. ♪ ( will ) and with that ... we rang in the new year with kron 4's grant lodes and justine waldman. the fire works went off without a hitch at the embarcadero in san francisco.
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( will ) good morning i'm will tran. lets start the morning with a check of weather. rebecca:outside of a few sprinkles over the north bay tonight, look for dry conditions and mild temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely bring periods of rain to the region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend.
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( rebecca )let's do a quick bridge check this morning. starting with the bay bridge... ( rebecca ) time to check the san mateo bridge... ( rebecca ) live look now at the richmond bridge...richmond now at the richmond bridge...
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( will ) happening today... in less than one hour... pot shops will be open for business. and recreational marijuana will be on sale. kron 4's lydia pantazes joins us live from oakland. lydia... ( will ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( will ) the morning.through out with you check back we will lydia. thanks ( will )
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( will ) thanks ( will ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( will ) and big news this morning for raiders fans... head coach jack del rio has been fired. kron 4's camila bernal is live at raiders headquarters this morning with the latest. ( camila )in our other top story this morning ...oakland raiders coach jack del rio has been fired after a disappointing season. mark davis fired del rio after the team's season-ending 30-10 loss to the los angeles chargers yesterday. del rio had signed a four-year contract extension last february after oakland ended a 13-year playoff drought with a 12-win season last year.the raiders followed that up with one of the most disappointing seasons in the nfl. oakland
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went 6-10 for the second biggest one-season drops in wins in franchise history. with del rio being let go
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... espn is quoting league sources saying that the raiders are about to offer former raiders head coach jon gruden a deal that would include ownership in the team. now that the raiders disappointing season is behind them ... bringing gruden in would be quite the move because he was traded away in 2001. gruden is currently an analyst at espn. ( will ) on the peninsula... a deadly shootout between police and a man outside of a bank. it happened in redwood city over the weekend. kron 4's spencer blake talked to witnesses. (reporter)there was a person at the bank who saw the suspect pacing around with a gun, so they called police, who ended up getting into a
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shootout with the man.i spoke with one person who saw the shooting as it happened.just before four saturday afternoon, redwood city police arrived at this wells fargo at broadway and main.ignacio jimenez was nearby at the time. he was parking his car when he saw police cars zip by, so he turned the corner to check it out."that's when i saw officers behind the suburban with their weapons drawn. they were hiding behind the trees right across the street where there's a park, and so i saw that their attention was on a gentleman that was right outside the wells fargo bank." jimenez says it seemed like the suspect wasn't complying with officers' orders."he had his hands in his pockets in his sweater and then soon after that he took his hand out, and he had something in his hand and shots rang out - i'm not sure who shot first or what - and then the gentleman fell to the ground."police say the suspect shot at officers, who returned fire and killed him.another witness works at the savers about a block away, and heard the commotion all the way over there."i heard about 12 shots so i told my coworkers about it and then
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ran across down over here and i saw the cops taping the whole streets."meanwhile, jimenez had his phone, and was recording everything he saw. when i spoke with him, he didn't have his phone, because police had it and were reviewing the video as evidence."i'm glad that my video was able to hopefully help them and their investigation."even hours later, people watching from the other side of the police line say they could see the suspect's body lying in the parking lot.the interim police chief, though sad there was loss of life, was satisfied with his officers' attempts to negotiate and use every tool they had available...before resorting to gunfire.(reporter) police said in a social media post that there are no other outstanding suspects in the case...and that there is no threat to the public.in redwood city, spencer blake, kron four news. ( will ) one person is dead and another injured after a shooting in san pablo. it happened saturday on valencia way near contra costa college. officers arrived and found a man and a woman suffering from gunshot wounds. a 47-year-old woman was pronounced dead at the scene.
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a 22-year-old man is expected to survive. (will) an s-u-v crashed into a 7-11 store in san leandro. here are some pictures from the scene. it happened last night on 1240 manor blvd. a white s-u-v crashed into the store ... causing damage to property inside. alameda county officials say there were no injuries in this crash. ( will ) changes are also coming to bart on this new year's day. all bart riders will be required to have proof of payment inside the pay areas of stations and trains. it's an effort to stop fare evasion ... be prepared to show your ticket or clipper card if asked by a fare inspector. fines will be 75 dollars for adults and 55 dollars for minors. ( will ) gilroy police arrested a
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man accused of trying to rob a pizza hut. police say izaak diaz entered the store with a gun as employees were putting money into a safe. he did not get away with anything. but police say they later spotted the suspect. who led them on a high speed chase for several miles. diaz is being held in the santa clara county jail on attempted robbery and felony evading arrest charges. ( will ) happening today... the king tides are expected to bring some minor flooding in low lying areas in the bay area. the national weather service says ... they will happen today and tomorrow. they could cause flooding of parking lots ... sidewalks and coastal trails. officials say entrances and exits to coves and narrow beaches may be affected too. (will) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... we're tracking several new california laws that take effect today ... including -- the questions you don't have to answer anymore on a job application. ( rebecca ) and i am tracking your bay area
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( will ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast.
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rebecca:outside of a few sprinkles over the north bay tonight, look for dry conditions and mild temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely bring periods of
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rain to the region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend. rebecca:outside of a few sprinkles over the north bay tonight, look for dry conditions and mild temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely
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bring periods of rain to the region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend.
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(will) with the new year, brings new laws...one of the changes in california will have to do with exactly áwhoá is allowed to drive a boat. connie tran explains the new law. it's a sound like no other - the buzz of the motor, the push of the waves. for boater bruce marion, it's his solace. "all your stresses, all your problems, just fade away when you're out on the water," exclaimed marion.but marion, who owns the boat shoppe in downtown fresno, said he's had some not-so-fun boating experiences in year's past.he explained, "i've been hit, i've been hit, ya, and it's been an inexperienced operator spinnin donuts. i'm going by, and he ran right over my bow of the boat."that's why when marion heard the state will be enforcing a new law mandating boat drivers to undergo marine education and get a boating driver's license, he thought it was about time.marion said, "one, it teaches people the importance of safe operation of a vessel. and anything that can help the personal
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watercraft operators understand what they're operating."the law goes into affect on the first of the new year. boat drivers can start taking the approved boating safety course online now. according to the dbw, the driver's card will cost between $8 and $10. in 2018, only boat drivers under the age of 20 will have to abide by the new law. and by the year 2025, all boat drivers will have to be educated and licensed. in 2015, the dbw reports 724 recreational vessels were involved in reported accidents and 49 boaters died in california. millerton lake state park ranger steve barber said he hopes this new mandate will lower the number of boating incidents on the water.barber
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stated, "the majority of the vessel accidents that we respond to out here, more often then not, the folks have very little to no experience whatsoever when it comes to operating the vessel.""you will save half of the lives that were lost last year," ended marion. ( will ) the new year brings new hope for transgender individuals who want to join the military. the defense department is taking steps to receive transgender recruits into the ranks as soon as today. but, those who join know the legal road ahead could be bumpy. president trump announced a transgender ban in august -- but it is yet to be implemented. last month, a second federal judge blocked enforcement of the prohibition. ( will ) the supreme court will look into how the u-s judiciary handles sexual harassment allegations in its own ranks. that's
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according to chef justice john roberts, who announced it in his annual state of the judiciary report yesterday. he said the judiciary will evaluate whether its standards are enough to ensure an "exemplary workplace" for court employees. roberts also says the high court will look both into the standards of conduct at courts ... and the procedures for investigating and correcting inappropriate behavior. (will) to say that 2017 has been a wild ride is an understatement. without a doubt, 2017 was a polarizing year, defined by controversies, conflicts, social and political change. phil black looks back at some of the key events that have shaped the last 12 months. terrorism, conflict, natural disasters2017 was a turbulent year.dominated by politics, it saw a u.s. president unlike any we've seen before.donald trump became known for his controversies name calling
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and internal battles.but through all the claims he reshaped the white house and the world's perception of america.across the pacific north korea has stepped up its rhetoric and its nuclear missile testing.in iraq and syria isis was finally driven from key cities and villages. and a slew of terror attacks hit at the heart of cities around the world. the u.k. suffered the highest number of attacks since the ira bombings in 1992, and new york city experienced its deadliest terror advance since 9/11. myanmar and yemen saw some of the worst humanitarian catastrophes in decades. sarin gas was used against the syrian town of khan sheikhoun. america reacted launching its first military strike against the syrian regime since the civil war began. back at home
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u.s. suffered some of the deadliest mass shootings in its modern history.across the globe, separatist movements push for independence. new leaders were electedsome gained more power than ever and others exited after ruling for decades.2017 also experience a mind-bending litany of natural disasters. an urban raged through a london building bringing death and destruction. yet amidst the chaos people spoke out against sexual harassment.a cnn record exposed slave auctions in libya sparking outrage around the world and prompting investigations.away from the darkness, there was some lightastronomers found new planets. australia voted yes to same sex marriage. an epic mix up at the oscars went
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viral. a royal wedding was confirmed.and, america got to see its first nationwide solar eclipse in 99 years. (will) still ahead on the kron
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four morning news... the hollywood minute is taking you to a galaxy far far away.the latest about the ánextá star wars film in the franchise. welcome back ...in your
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hollywood minute this morning ... we have a trio of star
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wars stories ... including news about the next movie in the series.rick damigella has the details. (nat space battle, chewbacca and porg yells, explosion)the force is strong with this one. deadline reports "star wars: the last jedi" has surpassed the one billion dollar milestone at the global box office, one of only four movies to do so in 20-17. variety says the movie helped boost worldwide box office numbers by three percent, to a record-setting 39-point-nine billion dollars for the year. (nat)even with its huge worldwide numbers, "the last jedi" has yet to open in one major movie market. forbes magazine reports advance ticket sales in china are now at three million chinese yuan. "the last jedi" bows in china on january fifth.(nat music)
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the 'next' "star wars" movie has landed a series veteran. variety reports composer john williams has signed on to create theme music for "solo: a star wars story." the principal score for the film is being crafted by oscar-nominee john powell, with williams telling variety that he is creating a theme for the title character. "solo: a star wars story," starring alden ehrenreich as a young han solo, hits theaters may 25th. from a galaxy far, far away, i'm rick damigella. (rebecca) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break.
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( will ) welcome back to the kron
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four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather. rebecca:outside of a few sprinkles over the north bay tonight, look for dry conditions and mild
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temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely bring periods of rain to the region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend. ( rebecca )let's do a quick bridge check this morning. starting with the bay bridge... ( rebecca ) time to check the san ( rebecca ) live look now at the richmond bridge... ( will ) happening today... a number of new laws take effect
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in california... from gun control to what an employer can ask on a job application. kron 4's catherine heenan has more of the changes you need to know... including one hot button issue that puts the state on a collision course with the white house. in direct defiance of president trump, california law enforcement officials have new, strict limits on how much they can help federal immigration authorities.police can no longer ask for someone's immigration status . landlords can face civil penalties for threatening to report renters to federal authorities.federal agents will need warrants to raid workplaces ... and employers can be fined for failing to warn workers 72 hours in advance.whooshcalifornia already has some of the strictest gun laws in the country.now they are getting even stricter.all school employees are banned from carrying concealed weapons on campus.anyone convicted of a hate crime loses the right to own a gun for ten years.anyone
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building a guns from parts will have to get a serial number from the state,all ammunition sales have to go through a licensed vendor ... so even if you order bullets online, you'll have to go to a store to pick them up.whoosh on the road you should know that you cannot smoke or consume marijuana at any time while you are driving. registering your car will cost up to 175=dollars more as the state is tacking on a road improvement fee.alternative fuel vehicles are exempt. beginning in september, californians who are transgender, intersex or don't identify as male or female can choose a gender-neutral option on their drivers license .and if you have a note from your doctor, you can have your car windows tinted.whooshjob applicants will no longer have to answer the question: "how much did you make in your last
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job?"also banned: that little box that asks if you have a criminal record.millions of workers at small businesses will now get up to 12 weaks of unpaid family leave, without losing their health insurance. and the state's minimum wage is bumping up again to 11 dollars an hour ( will ) voters in san mateo, napa and three other california counties will lose their polling places... as the state phases in an all voting by mail system. also sometime this year ... the first year of community college is supposed to become free for all first-time, full-time students. ( will ) paying tribute to a fallen c-h-p officer. over the weekend... hundreds gathered in hayward for a final salute to officer andrew camilleri. he was killed by a suspected drunk driver on christmas eve. kron 4's camila bernal has more on the service from stockton. andrew camilleri's chp academy classmates rose to do their class chant one final time then his commander highlighted his commitment, dedication and
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character2:19 every day he was excited to go out on the road and each time i saw him, he had that smileofficer camilleri died when a suspected drunk driver crashed into his patrol car28:11 andrew died a hero out on patrol on christmas eve, his life taken by the very dangers he was out to preventaccording to his commander, officer camilleri took pride in enforcing the law putting others' lives before his30:02 the reason why the vast majority of us take up this calling is because we want to preserve life and anytime we lose a brother or sister its heartfelt, it's a deep wound. throughout the service, the california highway patrol family celebrated camilleri's life, describing him as a family man, a man of faith, a servant and a jokester. although i think it's heartbreaking, we are not going to be broken in spirit and our hope is that we continue to help the community better than ever and we will do in in an effort to honor his legacya legacy that will live on even after the last goodbye.10:23:32 andrew, i know you can hear me, i love you buddy and it was an honor
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being your partner, rest in peace brother. in stockton camila bernal kron 4 ( will ) in the south bay... a person has died after being trapped inside a car on fire. it happened around 9-thirty saturday near the lehigh hanson cement plant in cupertino. firefighters quickly extinguished the flames but were unable to save the driver. the cause of the fire is currently investigation. ( will ) happening now... cases of the flu are on the rise in california... and across the u-s. it seems the widely touted flu shot is not providing the protection
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that health professionals had hoped. kron 4's dan kerman explains. the number of people coming down with the flu is on the rise, and doctors warn the numbers are similar to last yearááásot randy bergen, m.d./kaiser permanente flu vaccine program 07-18last year was one of our worst flue seasons for about a decade, we had more cases of influenza confirmed than we had since 2006 and we're approaching those same number this past week.kaiser permanente infectious disease specialist dr. randy bergen says to make matters worse the flu vaccine doesn't seem to be as effective as it has been in past years. the same thing happened during the southern hemisphere's flu season and the results were devastating. sot the australian government reported 2 and a half times more confirmed cases of influenza than they normally do. do you think we might see that here? i sure hope not. still doctors say the flu season could last until march or april, so you are better with the vaccine than without
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it.sotyou do get protection from a variety of strains and even though there are some strains circulating, there may be other strains going through the communities later on and partial protection is better than no protection .while it's little help for this year, doctors say studies are underway to look at new ways to develop a flu vaccine so it's more effective. at kaiser in walnut creek, dan kerman kron 4 news. ( will ) coming up on the kron four morning news... a shooting in colorado takes the life of a deputy. we'll have the latest on the investigation. ( rebecca ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. beyond is a natural pet food
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♪ ♪ ( will ) now to bay area football... the 49ers end their season with a 5 game winning streak and jimmy g is still undefeated in his career. the niners beat the los angeles rams yesterday. let's get to the highlights. in the first quarter jimmy garoppolo finds marquise goodwin... he goes eight yards for the touchdown to give the niners a 10 point lead. then scary moments in the second quarter goodwin is hit hard... he would have to leave
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the game and would not return with a concussion. then on the very next play carlos hyde runs up the middle with a little help from his offensive line. that gives the niners a 17 point lead. then in the third quarter jimmy g finds aldrick robinson for the touchdown. the niners win by a final of 34 to 13. they end the season on a five game win streak the 49ers end the season with a 5 and 11 record. they are tied with the raiders for 9th pick in the n-f-l draft. the two teams will flip a coin to decide which team gets the ninth pick and which team gets the 10th pick. ( will ) coming up... 2018 could be a big year at the movies. we have a preview of some of the big block busters hitting theaters next year. (rebecca) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break.
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all hail...those who flail. everybody stumbles,
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but some of us do it well. there's a little klutz in all of us. that's why we made clorox splash-less bleach... ...splashless. shine on, klutzes. shine on. ( will ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. rebecca:outside of a few sprinkles over the north bay tonight, look for dry conditions and mild temperatures to continue through at least tuesday. a pattern change will likely bring periods of rain to the
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region from late wednesday through the end of the week and potentially into the upcoming weekend. ( will ) weekend. the upcoming weekend.
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( will ) national news... we're learning new details about a deadly shooting at a colorado apartment complex. a sheriff's deputy was killed... and six people were hurt. kim hutcherson has more. a community in mourning... after a deadly shooting at a colorado apartment complex.the suspect .... identified as 37- year-old matthew riehl.sheriff tony spurlock/douglas county: "so it was more of an ambush-type attack on our officers. he knew we were coming."police were called to the copper canyon apartments on a disturbance call before six a-m sunday.they found riehl barricaded in his room. they say he began shooting, firing more than 100 rounds and forcing wounded deputies to crawl for safety.riehl himself was killed about 90 minutes later when a tactical team entered the apartment. the deceased deputy -- 29- year-old zackari parrish ... a
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family man with two young daughters.police officers formed a caravan to accompany his coffin to the coroner's office ...and citizens lined the way to show their respect. robin lee/aunt of colorado state trooper: "when one of them gets shot we all get shot in the heart."the other officers injured in the attack ... all in stable condition. they've been identified as 28- year-old mike doyle... 30-year-old taylor davis... 32-year-old jeffrey pelle... and 41-year-old tom o'donnell. two civilians were also injured.memorials have sprung up ... with local people compelled to show their sorrow ... and their support.addyson devlin/brought flowers to police station:"that police that died and the people that were injured were people who have fought for us and protected us."i'm kim hutcherson reporting. ( will ) we continue to look back at 2017. from the famous to the infamous.. from pioneers in music and media.. to controversial characters we take a look back at those we lost in 2017.
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2017 was a big year for blockbuster films but 2018 could be even bigger. sara sidner takes a look at some of the most anticipated films coming out next year. the movies in 2018 might sound a bit like the 90's .(nats)
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jurassic world: fallen kingdom" will roar into theaters in june. starring chris pratt as the snarky hero and jeff goldblum reprises his role from the original jurassic park. the film joins a flurry of blockbuster spinoffs and sequels. the star wars franchise will release "solo" this summer:ron howard: "can we even say the name of the movie? (chewbaca hands him a placard)...i'll see you next year."that's director ron howard. the film is part of disney's strategy to appease voracious star wars fans year after year. marvel studios will release a new avengers film. and the black panther will get his own spinoff. (nats: "you get to decide what kind of king you are going to be.") starring chadwick boseman and lupita nyong'o. movie studios are going all-in with sci-fi films in 2018. like a wrinkle in time- based on the young adult's book.
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(nats: "we heard a cry out in the universe. my father's alive? we believe he is.") oprah winfrey, chris pine, and reese witherspoon make up this all-star ensemble. only to be rivaled by the cast in ocean's 8-- where a crime ring featuring sandra bullock, cate blanchett, and rihanna try to steal anne hathaway's necklace. (nats: "valued at over 100 million dollars. (whistles). a hundred and 50 million actually, haha.") on the animation side, disney-pixar will release the incredibles 2-- more than 13 years after the original. (nats: "you have powers! yeah baby! (cough, fire, lighting, laser) you may have noticed disney will roll into the new year with its name on some of the biggest money making franchises. perhaps no surprise, since disney holds the top two highest grossing films of 2017 in the united states -- beauty and the beast-- and star wars the last jedi-- about a billion dollars combined. sara sidner, cnn, los angeles. (will)(will) los angeles.sidner, cnn, combined. sara dollars combined. sara sidner, cnn, los angeles.
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(will) coming up on the kron four morning news... recreational marijuana is legal to buy at pot shops across the bay area.we'll go live at a shop in san jose ... where people are lining up this morning. (will)and oakland raiders head coach jack del rio... fired after a disappointing season. we'll have a live report on from east bay. ♪
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