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storm has passed... but it is still creating a dangerous situation on bay area roads tonight. several crashes were reported throughout the day... one even involving a school bus full of children. this is a good reminder-- even when it's not raining... you still need to be careful on the slick roads. good evening i'm vicki liviakis. (grant) and i'm grant lodes. the rain is mostly gone... but there are still some lingering showers tonight. (vicki) let's start with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: the biggest storm of the season is finally winding down but not before leaving impressive amounts of rain. some local mountains saw almost 6 inches of rain from the storm. on doppler radar you can still see a few scattered showers but most of them are very light. showers will decrease tonight and skies will become partly cloudy. on the satellite you can see the storm now headed into southern california bringing them flooding rains. theres another weak storm that will bring more clouds and a slight chance of showers to norht bay tomorrow. the rest of us will see passing clouds. high pressure will then build in sending the jet stream and tomorrow will be in the 50s to low 60s under partly to mostly cloudy skies. high pressure will continue to strengthen on thursday and into the weekend. other than a few passing
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clouds, we should see some sunshine and warmer temperatures. more rain is possible next week. (grant) in santa rosa, monday's rain was soaking, but it wasn't as problematic as safety officials had feared. (vicki) that's both good
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áand bad, as kron four's spencer blake reports live from the fountaingrove area of santa rosa. spencer, why do safety officials call it a double-edged sword if the rain wasn't as dangerous as predicted? because they haven't gotten a really good idea of how their erosion control measures will work. the rain certainly came down steadily monday.there was a flash flood watch in place, especially for areas up here in the burn scars.you get an idea of why as you follow the deadly mudslides in the burn zones of ásouthern california. but - the national weather service lifted that flash flood watch almost five hours early this morning, and the winds died down sooner than expected, too.assistant fire marshal paul lowenthal with the santa rosa fire department says the plans they had made...went well. "we're really comfortable with how things went last night, but still we haven't tested it to the extent we wanted to test it."so without that first big test, they're looking ahead to the next rain event.
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there are several dry days before that, though, when city departments will be checking on all the measures they put in place. fountain grove is one of the biggest areas of concern for slides, because it's up here in the hills.live in santa rosa, spencer blake, kron four news. "this is the worst i've ever seen it we thought that the fire was terrible. this is absolute devastation"(grant) deadly mudslides in the wake of disastrous fires.more than a dozen people have died in southern california ...
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hillsides are giving way from santa barbara south to malibu and the san fernando valley. (vicki)an early morning deluge unleashed an avalanche of mud and debris that buried homes and closed down a 30=mile stretch of highway 101. catherine heenan is here to show us what happened. catherine? (catherine) first let's show you where it happened. the towns of montecito and carpenteria bore the brunt of the new catastrophe.santa barbara county officials say most of the damage was 'not' in areas affected by the thomas fire. at about three=thirty this morning, after what local officials call a "power surge of rain" ... a half=inch in five minutes ... the hillsides gave way. it was so loud this morning .. boulders crunching it was it was pretty big.a river of mud and debris swept homes off completely their foundations. firefighters worked through
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the night, pulling people from the devastation.officials say only about ten percent of residents complied with mandatory evacuation orders . pretty crazy stuff. wasnt really expecting anything of this nature.the mudslide fractured a gas main ... the fire adding to the apocalyptic scene.the sky at 4:00 a.m. lit up orange and then it would flash blue orange blue orange. i don't know what that was about. dawn revealed the full extent of the catastrophe.oh my god, this is 101 north. i didn't even recognize it. 100 percent covered in mud. never seen anything like this.the highway shut down for miles ... causing a traffic nightmare.the driver of this car, nearly swept to his death. "and so, i'm driving down the road, sixty miles an hour, and the mudslide comes out of nowhere, out of the bushes here, and it comes out three or four seconds, hits my car, pushes me over -- three to four feet -- almost against the railing."in montecito, search dogs looked for survivors in wrecked homes. they found one teenage girl ... but no sign of her parents. another girl was pulled from ankle deep mud and carried out on a stretcher,nat okay we got herwith roads closed, the
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coast guard sent in helicopters to pull people to safety.heavy rains also triggered mudslides in los angeles county ... trapping a driver in topanga canyon.a los angeles police car caught in the mud in the san fernando valley.the area was burned in the december fires and several neighborhoods have been evacuated.police warned against trying to drive through the mud.it looks like a simple layer of mud over the top of the road. it;'s actually several inches thick. it's extremely dangerous. (catherine)the thomas fire burned the hills above the towns hit by the mudslides.it covered 440 square miles, bigger than any fire in state history ... and it's still smoldering despite the rain. vicki and grant? (vicki) make sure you have the kron4 mobile app to track
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the storm.. and the traffic conditions..you can also enable push alerts - and be the first to know about breaking news when it happens in your neighborhood. (vicki) several children are recovering tonight after an accident involving a school bus. (grant) the crash caused a portion of san pablo dam road to be closed the entire morning. kron 4's camila bernal explains what happened. it was a wet morning commute on san pablo dam road, when according to the california highway patrol, a crash caused four vehicles to lose control 42:09 for unknown reasons the volkswagen slowed its vehicle and in attempts to avoid a collision the chevy veered off and collided with the volkswagenofficials say those two cars were originally traveling northbound, but ended up on the southbound lanes, crashing head-on into a school bus and a ford f150 44:11 it sounds like they were all traveling between 30 and 35 which with these wet roads that might be too fast especially when you're trying to avoid a collision and spinning out of controlthere were seven children, one teacher and the driver, who is pregnant, inside the school bus. they were all taken to local hospitals and are expected to be okay43:06 all 7 children were transported to the local hospital for precautionary reasonsin total, 15 people were involved in the crash. three were treated at the scene and released. two suffered major injuries,
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according to the contra costa county fire protection district.43:54 we don't know why the volkswagen slowed downed the investigating officer will respond to the hospital and get further statements as to why the volkswagen slowedcamila:chp says neither speed nor drugs or alcohol seem to be a factor in the crash.the road was reopened after hours of clean up.reporting in el sobrante, camila bernal kron 4 news. (grant) a man is dead...after driving the wrong way on southbound 880 in milpitas. the incident...caused a collision involving four other vehicles. police say the
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52-year-old man from oakland was going the wrong way just before 5:00 this morning. several cars then tried to avoid crashing into the wrong-way driver... but that caused a huge pileup. the wrong-way driver was taken to the hospital where he died. only one other driver involved in the crash had minor injuries. police are looking into whether drugs or alcohol were factors. (grant) big news for the silver and black today... john gruden is announced as the raiders head coach....once again.(vicki) kron 4's haaziq madyun was at the news conference today... he joins is live now from the team's facility in alameda. haaziq? it is the ultimate dream come true for oakland raiders fans. after coaching the team for four seasons back in 1998 to 2001...head coach jon gruden will be back on the sidelines in oakland
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head coach of the oakland raiders jon gruden">after parting ways with the oakland raiders 20-years ago jon gruden returns to the silver and black once again as the team's head coachsotfor the past 10-years gruden has been in the broadcast booth doing color commentary for nlf games. at the end of nearly every season there are rumors of him returning to coach the raiders. this time it is for real. he explains why...sot
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possibly help deliver and i love the raiders. then brand is global. everywhere that i went as an analyst on monday night football the fans would come out of the ground. most of all i want to win. no guarantees no promises but i want to win">that is good enough for these die-hard raiders fanssotsotsot coach gruden says work on that major turn-around for this proud raiders franchise begins right now. pretty safe to say the commitment to excellence...is back. live at the raiders team facility in alameda haaziq madyun kron4news (grant) coming up at 5:30...
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we will chat with our sports director gary radnich about the big annoucenement today and what's ahead for the raiders with their new head coach. (grant) coming up.. police are looking for a man after a chase in the east bay... how mother nature almost stopped him. (vicki) some good news in the east bay... oakland says their crime rates are going down... but the city is still facing some problems. we'll explan. (grant) plus after the break... the rain is mostly gone... but it's still causing problems on bay area roads. we're live in the south bay where there were several crashes today.
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(grant) power and road crews are mopping up after stormy weather in the santa cruz mountains. there are a few trees down and p.g.& e. reported some relatively minor power outages, one impacting about 400 customers near felton.(vicki) but the rain lingered and made for an especially nasty day for commuters on mountain highway 17 kron four's rob fladeboe is live for us now in los gatos with more on that part of the storm story. rob? (rob/live) today only added to highway 17's reputation as one of the bay area's most notoriouscommutes. it's been drizzling and misting all day and more than a few drivers found out the hard way that the pavement is wet and extremely slick. i drove over "the hill" as this part of highway 17 is
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known, three times today. in that stretch, over the course of about 3 hours, i saw nine vehicles, some of them already en route to the body shop, that had been involved in accidents. it was like that all day says tow truck driver mike durand.mike durand/dick's towing"....they go too fast, they hit the wall, and they crash..."in one of the more serious accidents, christiano silva escaped injury despite having rolledhis pickup near redwood estates.christiano silva/crashed truck on highway 17"...it was raining and i lost control and then i hit the wall and went over...."on monday, in far heavier rain, there were actually fewer wrecks. lighter rain might have found some drivers picking up the pace but the pavement is still very slick and not just because of the rain said a very busy chp officer taylor griffith. officer taylor griffith/chp "....we have long periods without rain and during that time oil and transmission
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fluid and anti freeze leaks from vehicles and soaks into the pavement and when it rains that stuff is released and makes the surface extremely slippery..."several drivers spun out and hit the guard rail after passing through an especially slippery spot in the southbound lanes just south of the summit. one of them is experienced commuter dan casciato.dan casciato/hit slippery spot and spun out "....all of a sudden my car started turning sideways as if it was on ice or something, i tried to correct but i just kept sliding and eventually i hit the guard rail...."the accidents led in turn to several long backups, including this one when officer griffith ran a traffic break to check out a slippery spot south of the notorious big moody curve, wherethe debris field on the shoulder is evidence of a well deserved reputation. this was one of three accidents here today.
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(rob live) sometimes those slippery spots are the result of of debris or sand and mud washing ontothe road in heavy rain. lots of hazards to watch out for. officer griffith says the slower you're going the more likely you are to see them. live in the santa cruz mountains rob fladeboe kron 4 news (anchor) lets check in now with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: the biggest storm of the season is finally winding down but not before leaving impressive amounts of rain. some local mountains saw almost 6 inches of rain from
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the storm. on doppler radar you can still see a few scattered showers but most of them are very light. showers will decrease tonight and skies will become partly cloudy. on the satellite you can see the storm now headed into southern california bringing them flooding rains. theres another weak storm that will bring more clouds and a slight chance of showers to norht bay tomorrow. the rest of us will see passing clouds. high pressure will then build in sending the jet stream and the rain to the north. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to low 60s under partly to mostly cloudy skies. high pressure will continue to strengthen on thursday and into the weekend. other than a few passing clouds, we should see some sunshine and warmer temperatures. more rain is possible next week. (vicki) (vicki) (vicki)(on cam) pleasanton
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police are still searching for a suspect they were in pursuit of early this morning.(vicki) 31 year old marquice mcclinton of fremont is wanted for felony evasion. kron4's maureen kelly reports that the suspect was nearly apprehended with help from mother nature. we'll take any help we can get this trunk is what remains of the help last night's storm gave to pleasanton pd.it's part of an 80 foot long oak
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that fell closing sunol blvd entirely overnight.here's the hole in the ground where it uprooted....the rest remains cut up along the side of the road.the downed tree is what stopped a blue 2005 hyundai elantra that police say was being driven by this man.30 year old marquice mcclinton of fremont was allegedly leading a pleasanton police officer on a pursuit at around 3am.sgt chris niederhaus says mcclinton has been pulled over by for a vehicle code violation in the first street neighborhood.the suspect immediately exited the vehicle had his hands in his hoodie, rapidly approach the officer who got out dress pistol. the person was noncompliant got
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back in his car immediately took off in a pursuit was initiated. the pursuit left the first street neighborhood went southbound on sunol until due to weather us tree had fallen across the street down by happy valley in sunol the suspect was unable to slow before impacting the tree, collided with the tree that he fled on footthe suspect ran off towards the bushes...a search of the area was done with a k-9 unit but were unable to locate him. it's unknown if mcclinton was injured when his car hit the tree. but a pair of shoes were found at the crash sight so it's possible he was barefoot when he ran off. maureen kelly kron4 news. (vicki) new tonight at 5... a san francisco police officer arrested for sexual assault will make his first court appearance this week. (ááávoááá) justin mc- call has been charged with sexually assaulting an unconscious person and sexual penetration with a foreign object. mc-call, a four-year veteran of the department, was arrested yesterday but is out on bail. he is expected to make his first court appearance friday. (grant) for your health tonight... flu activity in california is especially high for this time of the year... that's according to the state's health department. officials are seeing a level of flu cases on par with the peak of flu season. but peak season isn't until february.
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health officials are encouraging anyone who has not gotten a flu shot to get one. other ways to slow down the spread of flu... cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze, wash your hands often, avoid touching your face. and if you are not feeling well-- stay home.home.well-- stay home. (vicki) bart is getting closer to rolling out their new trains. this is video as they were testing a new train this morning. it rolled into the walnut creek station-- in the pittsburg, baypoint direction. bart says they have completed their own testing of the new cars... and they are working with the c-p-u-c to schedule their inspection run. the new trains were supposed to be in service by thanksgiving... but that date got pushed back. the first passenger service will begin once bart gets approval from the c-p-u-c. (vicki) still ahead... hear how president trump is responding to the buzz that oprah could run against him in 2020.
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continues to get lots of buzz.....after her powerful speechat sunday night's golden globes... that includes speculation on whether she might run for president..(vicki) today - president trump was asked about that..... catherine heenan is here with his reaction.... (catherine) the talk focuses on the 20-20 race.....so there's lots of time to speculate ona possible trump versus oprah scenario... c-n-n is among those reporting that she's been having conversations about this with close friends for months.... it's even been suggested that oprah used her golden globes appearance to test the waters...kind of a kick-off speech.... reporters asked president trump about this today..... he had praise for her...saying he considers her a friend. president trump: yeah, i'll beat oprah. oprah would be a lot of fun. i know her very well. you know i did one of her last shows. she had donald trump ... before politics ... her last week and she had donald trump and my family. it was very nice. no i like
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oprah. i don't think she's going to run. i don't think she's going to run. i know her very well. oprah winfrey's friend gayle king weighed in today...giving a non-answer reply.on one hand saying that she doesn't think oprah is considering it 'at this point.' but then she added that oprah could always change her mind....and would like to be of service to her country. grant and vicki? (grant) next at 5:30... sports director gary radnich joins us in studio to talk about john gruden's introduction... and if the guy with the same hair color as the team's owner...won or lost the press conference today at raiders headquarters. (vicki) plus.. . hear how the city of oakland says they are significantly reducing crime in their city.
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(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: the biggest storm of the season is finally winding down but not before leaving impressive amounts of rain. some local mountains saw almost 6 inches of rain from the storm. on doppler radar
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you can still see a few scattered showers but most of them are very light. showers will decrease tonight and skies will become partly cloudy. on the satellite you can see the storm now headed into southern california bringing them flooding rains. theres another weak storm that will bring more clouds and a slight chance of showers to norht bay tomorrow. the rest of us will see passing clouds. high pressure will then build in sending the jet stream and the rain to the north. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to low 60s under partly to mostly cloudy skies. high pressure will continue to strengthen on thursday and into the weekend. other than a few passing clouds, we should see some sunshine and warmer temperatures. more rain is possible next week.
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(vicki) new tonight at 5... the city of oakland is revealing crime statistics from 20-17... and city officials show that the city is getting safer. but, they are still facing some big challenges. (grant) kron 4's terisa estacio breaks the numbers down for us... about how oakland is tackling crime and where they say the need to focus their efforts. (estacio reporting) gunfire erupts in an oakland neighborhood - glass litters the street from an auto burglary - newly released figures show the city of oakland had 31,032 reports of violent crime last year in 2017. mayor libby schaaf, oakland mayor. as mayor, i am pleased to be releasing 5 year trends in making oakland considerably safer.at a news conference tuesday, the mayor, police chief, and others involved in crime reducing efforts addressed statistics drawn from the oakland police dept. database over the last 5 years, including a look at some of the highlights from 2017. overall, crime is down,
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significantly, take a look on your screen - homicides down in 2017 by 15 percent shootings of an occupied home or vehicle down 29 percent and carjacking down by down by 22 percent. anne kirkpatrick, oakland police chief "let me show you, ,the use of force down significantly drop. oakland police chief anne kirkpatrick - a year on the job - said she was pleased with the findings. she and others credited the improvement to a more focused and strategic department and working with partners with cease fire, a crime fighting community and faith based program. however while the figures show safer streets some problems continue to plague the city such as auto burglaries which increased 32 percent from 2016 to 2017 and up 25 percent over the last 5 years kirkpatrick. q what about burglaries yes, well, we are going to make that a subject of 2018 goal. but getting back to the positive part of the picture in oakland - for the first time in 5 years, homicides were down, less people were killed, and as officials expanded on that fact, that figure means, a lot when it comes to familes torn apart by violence. reygan cunningham. we have a long way to go, but less shootings, means less people shot, less homcides, means, that means, 52 mothers were not told their children were not coming home. in oakland, terisa estacio kron four news
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(vicki) raider nation was up early this morning putting on the gear and gorilla suit... celebrating the return of john gruden.(grant) the raiders made it official today... john gruden is the new head coach of the oakland raiders. sports director gary radnich is here now with what's ahead for the silver and black.
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in what owner mark davois said was one of the greatest moment of his life... jon gruden came back to the raiders and was introduced as their new head coach today... gruden... who is replacing the fired jack del rio... signed for a reported 100-miullkion-dollars over 10 years... al davis hired him to be the raiders head coach in 1998 at the age of 34... then traded him to tampa bay in 2001... he immediately led the bucs to a super bowl win over the raiders.... after 7 seasons in tampa bay gruden moved to the broadcast booth for espn... but now he is back with the franchise he begun his head coaching career 20 years ago...(sot: gruden) "i never wanted to leave the raiders. i never though i'd be back, but here i am and i'm ready to get to work. i think there is
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unfinished business as a coach. i was traded, i was fired. i've missed the game terribly. but i've really missed the raiders. i only live one time. this is something that i feel deeply, strongly about. and i'm going to do everything i can to hire a great coaching staff and put the raiders back on track. i'm ready to roll. i'm just ready to go. i'm at a point in my life where i need another challenge, and i know i have a lot to prove. and i'm eager to prove that i can do it i've had a chance to learn some things, and see some things that i would have never gotten to see as a coach. and i've had a chance to study different offenses and different defenses, and i've had a chance to get into personnel more. so, i think i'm more big picture now. i worked for al davis in 1998 that was pressure. i was 34 years old. i've dealt with pressure before. i really don't feel pressure. i love the excitement and the thrill of competing. and, you know, i can't worry about things i can't control in that regard. but i know people will want to step on me and beat me, and that's just the way that this league is. we've got to improve in all areas. and no matter what our record is we have to continue to find ways to improve. we've got to improve the way we practice. we've got to improve the way meet. and we've got to improve our roster. and the people in the black hole, if you're out there listening. i can't wait to see you guys, man . i really can't.. let's go. that's what i say to raider nation. let's get going, let's quit talking here. and let's get to work."
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(grant) coming up...
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yesterday's storm meant snow in the sierra. we'll take a look at the amounts and latest conditions.
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(lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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(vicki) this storm is bringing some much needed snow to the sierra nevada mountains. according to the national weather service... mammoth mountain-- which is south of yosemite-- saw 18 inches of snow. the truckee area was covered with about five inches of snow... and south lake tahoe was dusted with three inches. the national weather service says another inch or two may cover areas above 8,000 feet tonight. (grant) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now... lawrence karnow: the biggest storm of the season is finally winding down but not before leaving impressive amounts of rain. some local mountains saw almost 6 inches of rain from the storm. on doppler radar
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you can still see a few scattered showers but most of them are very light. showers will decrease tonight and skies will become partly cloudy. on the satellite you can see the storm now headed into southern california bringing them flooding rains. theres another weak storm that will bring more clouds and a slight chance of showers to norht bay tomorrow. the rest of us will see passing clouds. high pressure will then build in sending the jet stream and the rain to the north. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to low 60s under partly to mostly cloudy skies. high pressure will continue to strengthen on thursday and into the weekend. other than a few passing clouds, we should see some sunshine and warmer temperatures. more rain is possible next week.
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(grant) another big story: a development in the russia investigation ---- the surprise release of secret testimony on a controversial dossier on the trump team's alleged ties to trump team's alleged ties to moscow..(vicki) our catherine heenan is here with more on the information released by california senator dianne feinstein... (catherine) senator feinstein's office released a transcript of a 10-hour interview - as shesat across from president trump at a meeting today... the firm that commissioned a dossier of allegations about the president's ties to russia
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says the man who wrote it had personally taken it to the fbi.. the reason -- his concern that a "political candidate was being blackmailed" - referencing donald trump. the author is a former british spy named christopher steele who reportedly believedthere was a serious national security issue. the infamous russia file has been the source of political feuding....the series of reports was paid for by democrats.. republicans argue it could have been mishandled by the fbi - which was openingits own investigation into election tampering by russia. to date - no evidence has emerged that trump was blackmailed. feinstein went against the objections of the senate judiciary chairman in releasing the transcript....arguing that there should be more transparency. some argue this could damage the ongoing bi-partisan investigation. grant and vicki? (grant) president trump met with lawmakers today regarding ongoing daca and
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immigration issues facing congress.(vicki) kristen holmes got an inside look at how the bi-partisan negotiations are unfolding. (pkg sot)pres. donald trump: this should be a bill of love, truly. it should be a bill of lovesen. dick durbin/ -d- minority whip: there are elements you'll find that democrats support when it comes to border security. republicans and democrats coming together at the white house --discussing daca, the border wall, and so-called chain migration -- coming to a rare agreement -- that finding a solution is going to take both partiessen. lindsey graham / -r- south carolina (off cam) i've been doing this for 10 years i dont think i've seen a better chance to get it done than i do right now, because of you. but there are a lot of sticking points for president trump--any agreement must include three things -- president donald trump: you need the wall. it can go up quickly, it can go up effectively -- as well as an end to chain migration-- and to the visa lottery meanwhile--the government scheduled to run out of money in just ten days--on january 19thcongress scrambling to
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come to an agreement on how to fund the government but any republican plan will need democratic support to pass, and the democrats want daca solved as part of any funding plansen. dick durbin/ -d- minority whip: lives are hanging in the balance and we are getting the job done we've got the time to do it. in a matter of days we can come together and reach an agreement. in washington, i'm kristen holmes. (vicki) next at 5... a dad charts his newborn son's growth using philly cheesesteaks .... and thousands ride the nyc subway ... pantsless! sfx: tinny headphone music
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found a way to combine his two great loves ... his son ... and philly cheesesteaks! (vicki) and thousands ride the new york city subway ... pantsless! reporter jeremy roth has more kids grow up so fastone philadelphia father showed just how fast, using cheesesteaks as a rulerbrad williams started using the sandwiches to measure his son, lucas, at just 2-weeks oldwhat started out as a joke, turned into a monthly tradition that he called "cheesesteaks for scale"as his son, lucas, got bigger, the sandwiches seemed to get smallerfast forward to
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two years of age, and lucas wasn't having it any moremaybe he thought the tradition was just too or that the steaks were getting too highspeaking of quirky traditions ...to brave the frigid winter temperatures, people usually bundle up in layers but on january 7, these nyc commuters went pantsless insteadit was part of the 17th "no pants subway ride," a cheeky annual event it was started in 2002 by comedy group improv everywhereriders board subway cars at random, minus their pants, and keep a straight face seriously? it's freezing out! they are aware that pants are available for purchase virtually everywhere, right? ok, just checkingregardless, the pantsless participants persistedand not just in new york city -- the event has now gone globalwith riders in over 60 cities around the world dropping trou to participate for talat- i'm jeremy roth (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) steve aveson and pam
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moore are here with kron 4 news at six. ((pam)) thank you grant and vicki...next at six.. breaking news. relentless rain triggers deadly mudslides in southern california.some homes completely washed away in what officials are calling catastrophic debris flow. tonight the death toll has risen to 13.. as authorities work to rescue people from their homes. plus...new video that has gone viral.why this teacher was handcuffed and arrested after speaking out at a school board meeting.((pam)) plus...the fierce storm that pounded the bay area is gone... for now.chief meteorologist lawrence karnow tells us what we can expect for the rest of the week.
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((steve))much more news ahead...kron 4 news at six starts in just 70 seconds. thank god they came and resued
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us at four oclock in the morning.i'm in shock(pam) they survived the fire .... only to lose their homes to the mud.southern california residents stunned by yet another deadly catastrophe (pam)good evening i'm pam moore.(steve)and i'm steve aveson.a major disaster unfolding in our state tonight. let's get right to catherine heenan with the latest. (catherine)the death toll now stands at 13, and authorities say it will certainly go
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higher.this what the upscale community of montecito looks like. at about three=thirty this morning, it was hit with what local officials call a "power surge of rain" ... a half=inch in five minutes ... and the hillsides simply gave way. it was so loud this morning .. boulders crunching it was it was pretty big.a river of mud and debris swept homes off completely their foundations. firefighters worked through the night, pulling people from the devastation.officials say only about ten percent of residents complied with mandatory evacuation orders . pretty crazy stuff. wasnt really expecting anything of this nature.the mudslide fractured a gas main ... the fire adding to the apocalyptic scene.the sky at 4:00 a.m. lit up orange and then it would flash blue orange blue orange. i don't know what that was about. dawn revealed the full extent of the catastrophe.oh my god, this is 101 north. i didn't even recognize it. 100 percent covered in mud. never seen anything like this.the highway shut down for miles ... causing a traffic nightmare.the driver of this
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car, nearly swept to his death. "and so, i'm driving down the road, sixty miles an hour, and the mudslide comes out of nowhere, out of the bushes here, and it comes out three or four seconds, hits my car, pushes me over -- three to four feet -- almost against the railing."in montecito, search dogs looked for survivors in wrecked homes. they found one teenage girl ... but no sign of her parents. another girl was pulled from ankle deep mud and carried out on a stretcher,nat okay we got herwith roads closed, the coast guard sent in helicopters to pull people to safety.heavy rains also triggered mudslides in los angeles county ... trapping a driver in topanga canyon.a los angeles police car caught in the mud in the san fernando valley.the area was burned in the december fires and several neighborhoods have been evacuated.police warned against trying to drive through the mud.it looks like a simple layer of mud over the top of the road. it;'s actually several inches thick. it's extremely dangerous.
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(catherine)the thomas fire burned the hills above the towns hit by the mudslides.it covered 440 square miles, bigger than any fire in state history ... and it's still smoldering despite the rain. pam and steve? (pam) taking a live look outside....(steve) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here lawrence karnow is here with your bay karnow is here with your bay area forecast. lawrence karnow: the biggest storm of the season is finally winding down but not before leaving impressive amounts of rain. some local mountains saw almost 6 inches of rain from the storm. on doppler radar
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you can still see a few scattered showers but most of them are very light. showers will decrease tonight and skies will become partly cloudy. on the satellite you can see the storm now headed into southern california bringing them flooding rains. theres another weak storm that will bring more clouds and a slight chance of showers to norht bay tomorrow. the rest of us will see passing clouds. high pressure will then build in sending the jet stream and the rain to the north. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to low 60s under partly to mostly cloudy skies. high pressure will continue to strengthen on thursday and into the weekend. other than a few passing clouds, we should see some sunshine and warmer temperatures. more rain is possible next week. (steve) santa rosa has started to dry out this afternoon.. .after the monday's storm ended up being milder than predicted.(pam) kron four's spencer
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blake is live in the burned- out fountain grove neighborhood. spencer, what did yesterday's storm.... mean for flood control up there? it meant there áweren't any major slides or floods...but it also means we don't know yet if the city's erosion control measures are sufficient. right now, there are a few dry days in the forecast that crews can use to double check everything - gravel bags, storm drains, and erosion control methods - before the next rain.but without that first big test, the city can't know if what they have in place is good enough.assistant fire marshal paul lowenthal feels pretty comfortable with how things went monday night, but he does call the lack of more water and wind a double-edged sword. "you know, we don't want to put our community at risk, but
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at the same time, you kind of want that amount of water to test and make sure that everything we've done is gonna hold and is gonna work."(vo) the burn scars and the hills up here are especially prone to mudslides and flooding in big rain events, but to give you an idea of how much yesterday's storm lightened up, the national weather service lifted the flash flood watch here...about five hours earlier than they forecasted. i do see some areas with standing water - mostly in plots that have had fire debris already cleared, but that water is all contained behind the lines of straw meant to keep the streets clear.live in santa rosa, spencer blake, kron four news. (steve)(top vo) plenty of rain but other than a few trees down onto some wiresin the san lorenzo valley, no
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major damage or mud slides reported as crews are mopping up in the santa cruz mountains. (landng vo) that is not to say there were no problems on the road. kron four'srob fladeboe shows you how the rain and wrecks only added to highway 17's reputation as one of the bay area's nastiest rainy daycommutes. i drove over "the hill" as this part of highway 17 is known, three times today. in that stretch, over the course of about 3 hours, i saw nine vehicles, some of them already en route to the body shop, that had been involved in accidents. it was like that all day says tow truck driver mike durand.mike durand/dick's towing"....they go too fast, they hit the wall, and they crash..."in one of the more serious accidents, christiano silva escaped injury despite having rolledhis pickup near redwood estates.christiano silva/crashed truck on highway 17"...it was raining and i
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lost control and then i hit the wall and went over...."on monday, in far heavier rain, there were actually fewer wrecks. lighter rain might have found some drivers picking up the pace but the pavement is still very slick and not just because of the rain said a very busy chp officer taylor griffith. officer taylor griffith/chp "....we have long periods without rain and during that time oil and transmission fluid and anti freeze leaks from vehicles and soaks into the pavement and when it rains that stuff is released and makes the surface extremely slippery..."several drivers spun out and hit the guard rail after passing through an especially slippery spot in the southbound lanes just south of the summit. one of them is experienced commuter dan casciato.dan casciato/hit slippery spot and spun out "....all of a sudden my car started turning sideways as if it was on ice or something, i tried to correct but i just kept sliding and eventually i hit the guard rail...."the accidents led in turn to several long backups, including this one when officer griffith ran a traffic break to check out a slippery spot south of the notorious big moody curve, wherethe debris field on the shoulder is evidence of a well deserved reputation. this was one of three accidents here today.
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offficer taylor griffith/chp "....they're going too fast and they slam on the brakes and lose traction and then they over correct and now they don't have all four wheels on the ground and they lose control..."rob fladeboe "...equally treacherous in either direction, big moody curve, where officer griffith says he has seen some fifty accidents in the past year, is north of the summit....just south of redwoodestates. in the santa cruz mountains rob fladeboe kron 4 news. (pam) you can always get the you can (pam) news. (pam) you can always get the latest weather forecast ... track live radar and get traffic alerts ... just download the kron4 mobile
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app! (pam) a man is dead... after driving the wrong way on southbound interstate - 880 in milpitas. the incident...caused a collision with four other vehicles. police say, the 52-year-old man from oakland, was driving the wrong way in the southbound lanes just before 5:00- this morning. several cars then tried to avoid crashing into the wrong- way driver... but that caused a huge pileup. the wrong- way driver was taken to the hospital where he died. only one other driver involved in the crash.. had minor injuries. police are looking into whether drugs or alcohol played a factor in the crash. (steve) happening now in the east bay... police are looking for two armed robbers who attacked people at a starbucks in hercules. it happened yesterday afternoon inside the starbucks on willow avenue. one of the robbers was armed with a gun. witnesses tell kron four that a customer refused to hand over his belongings and a robber beat him with a gun. that victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. police have not released a detailed
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description of the attackers. (pam) in the east bay tonight, major news about crime. (steve) the city of oakland revealing statistics from 2017 - and how they show that city is getting safer, but still facing some big challenges -(pam) kron four's terisa estacio breaks it down ... how oakland is tackling crime... and where officials say they need to re-double their efforts. mayor libby schaff, oakland "we believe these encouraging trends holistic approach to improving public safety, using strategies. oakland mayor libby schaaf, police chief anne kirkpatrick and others involved in reducing crime in oakland address the latest figures showing significant improvements in crime in oakland. schaaf. we have over the last 5 years, reduced shootings by 50 percent, homicides by 42 percent and robberies by 38 percent. anne kirkpatrick, police chief opd. "this is a transformation." ersie joyner, we are no longer random but laser focused. city officials credit the broad drop in crime to new strategies and working with cease fire organizers, a community faith based program. and while, homicides at 72 in 2017 are the lowest number in 5 years in this east bay city - it still means, 72 people were murdered,
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devastating many families. roland holmgren. we know that new years eve restarts , but it does not reset with us, we will continue to fight your fight and try and solve crimes unsolved in 2017. schaaf, ths is no means, mission accomplished, but progress. and while the many categories like shootings, and robberies and aggravated assaults declined, auto burglaries were way up, increasing by 32 percent from 2016 the department says that is an area they will be working to crack down on in 2018. in oakland, te (pam) (pam) coming up.... more
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than two dozen people have filed the papers to run for mayor of san francisco .. we'll give you a look at the candidates.. (steve) he's back.. the raiders have a new .. old coach.. jon gruden comes back to familiar turf in the east bay .. we have the latest. (pam) also.. how the aftermath of the storm stopped an escaping suspect during a police pursuit.. but you may be surprised by what happened next..
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(steve) a search is underway for this man who pleasantaon police say lead them on a pursuit early this morning.(steve) kron4's maureen kelly reports that the pursuit came to an ubrupt end after the man's car was stopped by a tree brought down by the storm. he was doing 60 in a 30 mile and hour zone.that's how fast the 2005 hyndai elantra was believe to be going when it hit the tree on sunol blvd a little after 3am. it's all cut up now, but this morning it was blocking the entire roadway.pleasanton police say this all started when one of their officers pulled over 30
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year old marquice mcclinton for a vehicle code violation. they say mcclinton got out of the car, and refused to take his hands out of his hoodie....the officer drew his weapon and the suspect jumped back into his car and took off. it wasn't long after that mcclinton ran smack into mother nature. here's the hole in teh ground where the tree uprooted by the relentless rain.it was already down in the roadway and it was a large tree about an 80 foot oak tree. and he hit that stop the pursuit. he collision he left our officers were not involved in a collision and we lost him after a foot pursuit mcclinton is now wanted for felony evasion. he was last seen wearing a black hoodie and blue jeans. pleasanton police is asking that anyone with the case to give them a call.maureen kelly kron4 news. (steve) let's take a look outside right now...(pam) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast.
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lawrence karnow: the biggest storm of the season is finally winding down but not before leaving impressive amounts of rain. some local mountains saw almost 6 inches of rain from the storm. on doppler radar you can still see a few scattered showers but most of them are very light. showers will decrease tonight and skies will become partly cloudy. on the satellite you can see the storm now headed into southern california bringing them flooding rains. theres another weak storm that will bring more clouds and a slight chance of showers to norht bay tomorrow. the rest of us will see passing clouds. high pressure will then build in sending the jet stream and the rain to the north. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to low 60s under partly to skies. high pressure will continue to thursday and into the weekend. other than a few passing should see some sunshine and warmer temperatures. more rain is possible next week.
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(steve)(on cam)it is christmas in january for oakland raiders fans...that is because the best present of all arrived today in the form of a legendary coach returning to lead the team...hopefully back to greatness. kron4's haaziq madyun has the story sotthat would have been just crazy talk yesterday but not any more because after parting ways with the silver and black 20-years ago jon gruden has returned to be head coach of the oakland raideerssot
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roll. i love the city of oakland. i had a son here. some of my great memories in life are in oakland and i want to give them two of the best years of football that i can possibly help deliver">these die-hard oakland raiders fans love the sound of thatsot two years from now that raiders chant will be heard in the city of las vegas but these fans are not thinking about that right now. they are just happy jon gruden has come back home to coach the team for however long it will last...at the oakland raiders facility in alameda haaziq madyun kron4news (pam) coming up at 6:45... we will chat with our sports director gary radnich about the big annoucenement today.... and what's ahead for the raiders with their new head coach. today was the deadline for anyone
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interested in running for mayor of san francisco.. catherine heenan is here with details of the final list of potential candidates.. (catherine) we know the acting san francisco mayor - london breed - has filed the necessary paperwork to run for mayor.... but the list of candidates - people either intent on running - or those who wantto keep their options open -- is now 26 names long. among the familiar names - former state senator mark leno. who has made it clearfor some time that he wants the job... also on that list -- san francisco supervisor jane kim... others who have filed include supervisor mark farrell, former supervisor angela alioto, and assembly member david chiu. other people who have filed the paperwork in time for the deadline are 'not' well known.... a special election is set for june..... pam and steve? (pam) an attorney for the man charged in the deadly 'ghost ship' warehouse fire
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received public money to cover the cost of his defense. max harris is accused of 36 -counts of involuntary manslaughter... in connection with the 2016 fire in oakland. his attorney -- curtis briggs -- will be reimbursed at a rate of 115- dollars an hour ... out of county funds. briggs had been reprsenting harris on a pro- bono basis. now, he hopes these funds will help sustain his legal team for the next six months. harris' co-defendant in the case... derick almena is also being represented pro- bono... his attorney... tony serra... is not seeking public funds for his client's defense. they are both due back in court next month. (steve) coming up.. immigrants from el salvador facing the end of their stay in the u.s... and now some fear the loss of temporary permits.. will also affect people from other countries as well. (pam) also ahead.. a teacher speaking up for teacher pay at a school board
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we can now simulate the exact anatomyh care, of a patient's brain before surgery. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for seizures. and if we can fix damaged heart valves without open heart surgery, imagine what we can do for an irregular heartbeat, even high blood pressure. if we can use analyze each patient's breast cancer to personalize their treatment, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. an english
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teacher in louisiana wanted to make a point at a school board meeting last night... but the evening ended with her behind bars... catherine heenan is here with the story - including video of the confrontation that's making a lot of people angry.. (catherine) the teacher was impassioned - but polite. she spoke up during a commentsession - and questioned the superintendent' s new contract. she was warned that it was time for 'public comment only'....not questions and answers. but she kept going, saying it was a slap in the face for teachers when only leadership got raises. this is what happened after a second warning... and a second question. a city marshal walked in and removed her from the room. dey-shia hargrave agreed to leave...but out in the hallway -- things
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got ugly. teacher removed from meeting and onlookers - what are you doing? can you explain? deputy - stop resisting.teacher - i am not resisting. you just pushed me to the floor. sir!! i am way smaller than you. the teacher was arrested and booked in the local jail....accused of resisting an officer.today the local city attorney says there won't be any charges filed against her. it's still not clear whether the marshal was acting on his own - or if he was told to remove her. today - the teacher's union and the a-c-l-u are among those saying the school boardhas not heard the last of this. pam and steve? (steve) coming up.. the president holds a surprise bi- partisan, open meeting on immigration today... and that wasn't the only thing to happen that was unexpected.
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one storm is moving out but another one is coming our way. we'll talk about it next. sorry. i can't make it. it's just my eczema again, but it's fine. yeah, it's fine. you ok? eczema. it's fine. hey! hi! aren't you hot? eczema again? it's fine. i saw something the other day. eczema exposed. your eczema could be something called atopic dermatitis, which can be caused by inflammation under your skin. maybe you should ask your doctor? go to eczemaexposed.com to learn more. (grant) we're tracking
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breaking news in santa barbara county... where at least 13 people are dead after storms trigger flooding and mudslides in montecito. homes were torn from their foundations as downpours sent mud and boulders roaring down
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hills. (ááávoááá) rescue crews used helicopters to pluck people from rooftops because debris blocked roads. the mudslides were started overnight making blocking some road-ways making it extremely difficult for cars to get through. the 101 in parts of santa barbara county covered with mud and debris. (grant) right now - at lest 50 right now - at lest 50 people have been rescued so far and about 3-hundred are stranded. we'll be tracking this all night on air and always on kron4.com. ( pam ) a live look outside chief meteorologist
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lawrence karnow joins us now with another look at the four zone forecast.. lawrence karnow: the biggest storm of the season is finally winding down but not before leaving impressive amounts of rain. some local mountains saw almost 6 inches of rain from the storm. on doppler radar you can still see a few scattered showers but most of them are very light. showers will decrease tonight and skies will become partly cloudy. on the satellite you can see the storm now headed into southern california bringing them flooding rains. theres another weak storm that will bring more clouds and a slight chance of showers to norht bay tomorrow. the rest of us will see passing clouds. high pressure will then build in sending the jet stream and the rain to the north. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to
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low 60s under partly to mostly cloudy skies. high pressure will continue to strengthen on thursday and into the weekend. other than a few passing clouds, we should see some sunshine and warmer temperatures. more rain is possible next week. (pam) thanks lawrence... now a look at how the rain impacted bay area roads.... in santa rosa, the assistant fire marshal calls the milder-than-expected rainstorm monday... a two-edged sword.of course he's happy people the storm passed without hurting people...but because it died down quicker than the national weather service had predicted, assistant fire marshal paul lowenthal says the erosion control measures in place haven't gotten their first big test.the first test will let them know how well the city's preparations are preventing slides and flooding.there will
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be several dry days now, giving crews time to double- check things before the next storm arrives.in santa rosa, spencer blake, kron four news. here on highway 17 in the santa cruz mountains the chp and tow truckscould hardly keep up with a spate of mostly minor accidents as the rain persisted for much of the day. several drivers said the pavement seemedespecially slick, contributing to several single vehicle spinouts near big moody curve north of the summit. on the upside, months of work torepair and shore up the hillsides seems to be paying off as little or no mud and rock slide activity was reported. in the santa cruz mountains rob fladeboe kron 4 news in el sobrante, an accident involving four vehicles, including a school bus. left 12 people injured and caused a portion of san pablo dam road to be closed the entire morning.there were seven children, one teacher and the driver inside the school bus. they were all taken to local hospitals and are expected to be okay.chp says neither speed nor drugs or alcohol seem to be a factor in the crash. reporting in el sobrante, camila bernal kron 4 news.
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here in oakland, crime is way down. auto burglaries are up though and they plan to work on that problem in 2018. in aokland te president trump held a bipartisan meeting on immigration today... it was a nearly hour long discussion focused on the issue - including how to help the so-called 'dreamers' caught in the middle. catherine heenan is here with the story... (catherine) the president appears to be ready to endorse a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants... suggesting that he will ok an sweeping deal that would eventually grant a pathwayto
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citizenship... he sat down with both republicans and democrats today to talk about it...last fall, the president made the decision to end the program known as "daca" -- which protects roughly 700-thousand dreamers from being kicked out of the u.s. the protection ends in march. but there are some sticking points to the new spirit of bi-partisan progress. the president is making it clear there will be no deal without the border wall. democrats had hoped the president would focus on enhanced border security now
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-- and deal with the wall later. but he's standing firm. he boasted today that he can build a wall for far less than the current estimates.steve and pam? (steve) the department of homeland security announced temporary residency permits for salvadorans will come to an end. (pam) the program, known as t-p-s... had allowed hundreds of thousands to remain in the u.s. kron four's washington correspondent alexandra limon reports ... some leaders in washington now say, the move could impact more than just permit holders. protesters descended on the white house after the announcement that temporary protective status for immigrants from el salvador will end vidal rivas / salvadoran priestit's very sad, the community right now is crying.father vidal rivas is from el salvador.. he leads a church near the nations capital made up mostly of congregants from that country... the department of homeland security says about 200-thousand immigrants from el salvador will lose their temporary protected status, which was granted in 2001 by president bush, following a
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devastating earthquake..in a statement dhs said that the disaster related conditions for which tps was granted no longer exist. father rivas says el salvador isn't a safe place - there is gang related violence and there are still severe housing issues because of the earthquake damagevidal rivas / salvadoran priestmany, many, many people die every day.alexandra limon / @alexlimonnewsthe largest populations of tps recipients from el salvador live in california texas new york maryland and virginia according to the center for migration studies. deporting these immigrants could have an economic impact because they would leave the work force.. republican congressman rodney davis of illinois says we need a better immigration system rep rodney davis / illinois (r) especially for those countries whose refugees are under that temporary protective status, but we've got to look at immigration reform in it's totality.the us could begin to deport the salvadorans in september of next year. in washington alexandra limon.
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(pam) coming up.. dog deaths and injury at a petsmart grooming site... we'll tell you the company's reaction.. at stanford health care, we can now repair complex aortic aneurysms without invasive surgery. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for varicose veins. and if we can precisely treat eye cancer with minimal damage to the rest of the eye, imagine what we can do for glaucoma, even cataracts. if we can use dna to diagnose the rarest of diseases, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. a warning for dog owners...
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two dogs died and another was injured at a pet-smart grooming center. it happened at a new jersey petsmart groomer last month. in one case-- a healthy bulldog died. petsmart allegedly would not answer question about the cause of death. the company later released as statement offering condolences... but stated the employees were following appropriate protocol. this is not the first time a pet has died at a petsmart grooming center. last year, a dog died during a routine nail clipping at a san mateo petsmart. the employee in that case was taken into custody. coming up in sports.. more on the return of jon gruden to raider country... and what it could mean for the team. plus .. rapper, producer, businessman - dr. dre visits the warriors during practice today.. sports director gary radnich explains what that was about, and has all the sports.. next.
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in what owner mark davois said was the greatest day of his life... jon gruden came back to the raiders and was introduced as their new head coach today... gruden... who is replacing the fired jack del rio... signed for a reported 100-miullkion-dollars over 10 years... al davis hired him to be the raiders head coach in 1998 at the age of 34... then traded him to tampa bay in 2001... he immediately led the bucs to a super bowl win over the raiders.... after 7 seasons in tampa bay gruden moved to the broadcast booth for espn... but now he is back with the franchise he begun his head coaching career 20
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years ago...(sot: gruden) "i never wanted to leave the raiders. i never though i'd be back, but here i am and i'm ready to get to work. i think there is unfinished business as a coach. i was traded, i was fired. i've missed the game terribly. but i've really missed the raiders. i only live one time. this is something that i feel deeply, strongly about. and i'm going to do everything i can to hire a great coaching staff and put the raiders back on track. i'm ready to roll. i'm just ready to go. i'm at a point in my life where i need another challenge, and i know i have a lot to prove. and i'm eager to prove that i can do it i've had a chance to learn some things, and see some things that i would have never gotten to see as a coach. and i've had a chance to study different offenses and different defenses, and i've had a chance to get into personnel more. so, i think i'm more big picture now. i
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worked for al davis in 1998 that was pressure. i was 34 years old. i've dealt with pressure before. i really don't feel pressure. i love the excitement and the thrill of competing. and, you know, i can't worry about things i can't control in that regard. but i know people will want to step on me and beat me, and that's just the way that this league is. we've got to improve in all areas. and no matter what our record is we have to continue to find ways to improve. we've got to improve the way we practice. we've got to improve the way meet. and we've got to improve our roster. and the people in the black hole, if you're out there listening. i can't wait to see you guys, man . i really can't.. let's go. that's what i say to raider nation. let's get going, let's quit talking here. and let's get to work." gruden is coming back to head coach
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after 10 years... right out of the broadcast booth... (gary give your thughts)
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with the team moving to las vegas after a couple more years... this move may have been about marketing as much as football for mark davis... (gary give your thughts) a bay area product waho was once a great college star has gotten caught up in the nfl's coaching carosel... ken dorsey... from orinda's miramonte high school and once a great quarterback the the national champion miami hurricanes in college... was fored today as quarterbacks coach of the
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carolina panthers the panthers fired offensive coordinator mike shula a couple of days after losing in the wild card playoffs... and showed dorsey the door along with him dorsey had been quarterbacks coach in carolina since 2013... helping develop cam newton into an nfl mvp in 2015... but since then newton has seemed to slip... along with the offense the national champions returned home today... the alabama football team... touched down in tuscaloosa rtoday after beating georgia 26-23 in overtime to win the national title... scoring on a 41-yard touchdown pass by a freshman backup quarterback to win it the scene last night near school campus was a wild one as could be expected... it is ababam's 5th national championship under head coach nick saban... the 17th for the school overall... it's the 6th for saban... who won one at lsu... moving into a tie with another alabama coach...bear bryant... for most all-time the warriors annual "businees and basketball" meeting for the players took a twist today... former rapper... producer... and business mogul dr. dre... who made a billion dollars selling his "beats by dre" headphones business... along with legendary music executive jimmy iovine.. visited the warriors as guest speakers for this year's event dr. dre and iovine stopped by practice... visiting with players... mosrt notably draymond green... the warriors' director of player programs... jonnie west... brought in dre and iovine to help grab players' attention... (sot steve kerr & draymond green) "some jaws dropped, and that's tough to
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do in our group. our guys have seen a lot, they've met a lot of people. and so when jaws drop with out people you know it's a special day."é"you know we always have those meetings. they can get a little boring and redundant.... you know... but... i'm excited about this one.""we have our business and basketball meeting, which is an annual meeting. usually it's like talk abut the salary cap and stuff. so, this is a little more interesting." the two (steve) just ahead.. a player for the crimson tide not only celebrates the championship win.. but adds another special moment to last nights victory.to last nights special moment to last nights special moment another win.. but adds championship celebrates the not only crimson tide player for the ahead.. a just (steve) interesting." (steve) just (steve) just ahead..
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a player for the crimson tide not only celebrates the championship win.. but adds another special moment to last nights victory.
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consuming healthy foods can make a significant difference in your life.(pam) kim hutcherson explains the
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benefits of eating fruit... and why you should eat some every day. (pkg sot)most fruits are naturally low in calories, sodium, and fat, and contain essential nutrients.here are some tips for working more fruit into your diet. try to eat mostly whole or cut up fruit, so you can get the beneficial fiber it contains. buy fruit in season when it's most flavorful and least expensive.make sure you rinse fruit well before eating or preparing it. scrub briskly under clean running water to remove dirt and any organisms on the surface.set up visible reminders of fruit. keep a bowl filled with your favorites on a counter, table, or in the refrigerator.work in some variety. have dried, frozen, and canned options on hand so you never have to go without your fruit fix.fruit makes a great travel snack but it can be a part of any meal. blueberries, bananas, peaches, strawberries, all are great with pancakes in yogurt or in cereal.fruit can be added to salads at lunch or dinner. or you can have it as dessert after a meal.and if you have kids be a good role model let them see you eating nutritious
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fruit every day.for today's health minute i'm kim hutcherson. (pam) you would think that winning a national championship would be the highlight of your day.(steve) but for one player from the alabama crimson tide...the thrilling victory was the second best thing to happen to him yesterday. (steve) a special moment for center bradley bozeman...who proposed to his girlfriend after the game.... and of course....she said yes. a storybook ending for the senior who won more than just a championship last night. (pam) delivering pizzas is getting easier and now... getting smarter. ford and domino's pizza showcased a specially- equipped ford fusion.... at the consumer electronics show in las vegas yesterday. what's special about it?....... it is self- driving and has a built-in oven. your pizza will
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never be cold again! customers will enter a number on the touchpad near the back window -- the window will then lower, and you can grab your order. ford and domino's have been testing out the self- driving delivery cars for months in michigan . last weather and goodbye final look at the weather with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. a full hour of a full hour a full hour of entertainment news is on the way. at 7:00 it's inside edition, followed by entertainment toni who are these people?
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the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing.
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