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(pam) now at 10 -- crews are working around the clock to try to contain the catastrophic wildfires burning across california. while firefighters are beginning to make some progress - extreme conditions are hindering their efforts.(pam) good evening i'm pam moore.(ken) and i'm ken wayne. the camp fire -- now the state's deadliest wildfire in history. (pam) here is the latest on where things stand tonight. six more bodies were discovered today... bringing the total number of deaths to 48. and now we are learning... 76-hundred homes have burned to the ground. the total number of the fire has also grown tonight to 130- thousand acres. it is 35- percent contained.(ken) tonight, we begin our coverage with kron 4's j-r
stone. he joins us veunty j-r you spoke with someone who lost their home. that woman karen wilson is still standing. we talk about the clean up work being done and this is some of it. outside the k-mart in paradise crews were busy at work today. doing what they could to remove the cars that burned in the fire. when you're out here and you see these cars it is such a sad sight. almost feels like something from a post apocolyptic movie. tragically we know people in some cases didn't make it out of their cars. there have been more than 80 cars that have burned in this fire and that counts the cars in the public areas. as for karen wilson who you heard from before she described her favorite moment today.(jr) live....back out here (jr) moment today. (jr)back out here live....
while crews still in the thick of the firefight in butte county .... some families are starting to demand answers. today, a law-firm is taking legal action against p-g&e. kron 4's alecia reid joins us live from the firm tonight ... with details on the grievance? alecia? there are at least 2 dozen families included in this lawsuit.they've lost everything in this fire.some of them walked away with only
the clothes on their backs.pkg "it is on the west side of the river. underneath the transmission line. it has about a 35mph sustained wind on it"that first call spotting the origin of the camp fire ... located it under a pg&e transmission line ..... within half hour ... it hit the town of paradise.as our clients say, this must stop now. this can't happen to somebody else. here we are ... nearly a week later, the death toll is at 48 ... thousands of structures leveled ... and the fire is only 35 percent contained. "danko meredith's" complaint on behalf of these families, demands documents .... not just about this fire, but also about the way pg&e does business ...after the last lawsuit it was gonna make a difference, and the suit before that was gonna make a difference. we have to keep trying. we have to get pg&e under controlmore importantly, danko says his clients want to hold the power company accountable.one of the reasons why some of these clients are
stepping up now, is because while pge is telling the public they wanrt to protect against wildfires. they're telling their investors somehting different.they're twelling investors they want to get the law changed in sacramento so they're not responsible for their victims and wont have to compensate them.pg&e responded in a statement ..... saying in part ...."nothing is more important than the safety of our customers, employees, contractors and the communities we serve. our hearts are with the communities impacted by the camp fire. the loss of life and property is staggering. right now, our entire company is focused on supporting first responders and assisting our customers and communities impacted by the camp fire." standupwhile cal fire is expecting to fire to be fully contained by the end of the month ...lawyers here expect to see thousands of lawsuits filed against pg&e. reporting live from redwood city .... alecia reid .... kron 4 news. because we fiked the complaint we get the power of subpeana, meaning we get to ask the hard questions .... make them turn over their documents about not just this fire, but also about the way they do business. and why is it that this fire happenedirst complaint on behalf of the victims of pg&e transmission linearea underneath transmission line / towerthousands of homes destroyedpg&e will be served with that complaint respond damaged tower on power line damaged
it's hard to imagine what the people of paradise are going through right now ... but if there's anyone who understands -- it's the neighbors in coffey park in santa rosa who lost their homes in the tubbs fire last year. they shared the advice they have from their own experiences... to try and help the latest fire victims .. kron4's michelle kingston reports.. (mk)billy andre, santa rosa "what they don't realize is they are in for the toughest year of their life, if not, it'll change their life forever."jeff okrepkie, santa rosa"it's going to be like this for a while. you are going to be constantly reminded of things you lost." just over a year ago -- a fire destroyed coffey park -- a neighborhood in santa rosa. families lost their homes ... and are now working to rebuild. but some people in the north bay are dropping everything to help those affected by the camp fire in butte county billy andre, santa rosa ust welled up
inside of us, my wife and i and a team of friends of ours." billy andre drove to chico on monday ... handing out gift cards in the walmart parking lot -- where hundreds are now living in their cars and in tents -- as they wait to figure out what's next.billy andre, santa rosa"jumping out of their cars, running, one guy said, 'i was trying to carry a lady. i wanted to carry more people but i couldn't,' and they were literally escaping on foot as the fire is right behind them at some point it had actually gone before them."the people of santa rosa with this advice for the families of paradise jeff okrepkie, santa rosa"it's a very long road ahead and you are not alone. there's plenty of us in lake county and in sonoma county and soon to be ventura county that are there with you as well as shasta county in redding so we are all in this together."michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"on friday at the epicenter in santa rosa -- coffey strong is hosting a celebrity bingo fundraiser. at the event, they'll be accepting gift cards to send to fire victims. in santa rosa michelle kingston kron 4 news."
(pam) kron4 and our parent company-- nexstar t-v... have partnered to help the fire victims in butte county. if you would like to help those affected by the 'camp fire' ... the american red cross is accepting donations. you can check kron 4.com for complete details.. lawrence karnow: hazy skies and a few clouds moved across the bay area. highs were in the 60s and 70s. high pressure continues to weaken allowing for a few high clouds. it will be hazy and chilly tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s. tomorrow we will see more sunshine but hazy with highs in the 60s to low 70s. the air quality will continue to improve slowly over the next few days. there is a chance of rain in the middle of next week.
lawrence... coming up later in the newscast-- part two of our "in-depth" el nino coverage continues tonight. this time we go to the napa valley where people living there are no stranger to flood waters. (pam) also coming up -- the nation's leading e- cigarette maker is pulling some products from the shelves .... ahead of an anticipated government crackdown. (ken) a big rig slams into amost two dozen cars triggering a massive pileup. what the pileup. what the (ken) thistos the finish. pileup. what the (ken) but to the beginning. a fight that can only be won, if we stand together for one cause.
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may qualify for home internet at a discounted rate of $10 a month. no commitment, deposit, or installation fee. visit att.com/accessnow to learn more. there are growing concerns about how to keep smoke out smoke from the camp fire continues to blanket the bay area. (pam) kron4's haaziq madyun talked with experts from a bay area heating and air conditioning company... who are very busy.. (pkg)nat/sotpeople looking to prevent smoke from the camp fire from getting into their homes have been ringing the phone off the hook here at schmitt heating & air- conditioning in san francisco nat/sotjenny vance says the number one question asked is...?sot
heating & air-conditioning: "can i run my air conditioner to filter the air and if i run it will i bring in smoke?"> nat/haaziqand the answer is...? sotnats however vance explains why it is virtually impossible for an air filtration system to completely stop smoke from entering a home sotwhat about shutting off air conditioning systems in office buildings?sot in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news
a live look outside tonight.. lawrence is here with the forecast - socal red flag warnings lawrence karnow: hazy skies and a few clouds moved across the bay area. highs were in the 60s and 70s. high pressure continues to weaken allowing for a few high clouds. it will be hazy and chilly tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s. tomorrow we will see more sunshine but hazy with highs in the 60s to low 70s. the air quality will continue slowly over the next few days. there is a chance of rain in the middle of next week.
(landing/ ken) at least (landing/ ken) at least eleven people were hurt in a frightening traffic accident this morning in santa cruz. 21 vehicles were involved including the runaway truck that apparently caused the accident. kron four's rob fladeboe reports. nats (cops work accident)one of the drivers caught up in this mess said it was like being being hit by a runaway train except the train was a truck. an out of control big rig that plowed through a line of vehicles from behind, before bursting into flames. kate clendennon/hit bytruck "...i was just sitting in traffic and i heard a rmble and i looked in the read view mirror and i see this big rig...."eleven people were injured, initially three were listed in critical condition at area trauma centers. the big rig, loaded with dirt, had exited highway 17 and was ou on grant boles/chprig came to a stop literally on top of one
car and then caught fire, both drivers escaped and are among the injured. as for the cause of what happened here. offiver grant boles/chp ".....preliminary investigation is that the brakes went out, we had numerous witnesses who observed the brakes smoking on the vehicle..."the collisions left a trail of battered vehicles, broken glass and diesel fuel that spilled from the truck. airbags deployed as some of the people rammed by the truck didnt find out until later exactly what had happened.mary sierra/ acident victim ".....i was just stopped and all of a sudden the ir bags went off and there was smoke in the car snd glass everywhere a dont know what happened...."
said, it would stop selling some of favored e-cigarettes .. move, but also warn, more needs to be done. favor pods like creme, mango - will soon be off the shelfs... according to san francisco based juul labs. after facing increasing scrutiny... from the public and the government... juul labs announced tuesday, that it will suspend some sales to retail stores and gas stations.. and will discontinue social media advertising. e cigarettes have come after attack after new research has shown teens are picking up the product in unprecedented numbers. dr. matt willis, marin county public health. in 2016 we had a low number and now much higher. dr. willis - marin county public helath director says the announcement today by juul is a good first move. dr. willis. yes, right direction. juul's chief executive says they never intended to have youth use juul, but intennt is not enough... the nubmers are
what matters. juul is also now supporting moves to increase the age to buy e cigs to 21. in sf, terisa estacio (pam) more drama (pam) more drama at the white house -- this time a feud involving first lady melania trump ... why she is calling for the firing of a deputy national security adviser... (ken) as the camp wildfire burns .... the magnitude of destruction is also growing. how it spared one item from a man's home that gave him a sense of hope. (lawrence)ten at ten
sot...it was like dante's inferno....joel burgess, who is a navy veteran, is describing what it was like when he and his wife evacuated their home in paradise california last week. he says the escape video's that others recorded were exactly what they experienced.sotwhen we spoke with joel he had assumed that his home was gone from what he had heard from a friend, but he wasn't sure. with that we drove through the area in route to his home and in hopes that something would still be there. our hopes were quickly dashed when the road to get to his house was blocked by a tree. upon arriving at his home there was little to nothing left outside of the birdfeeders and this statue. joel's three harley davidson motorcycles destroyed. joel says while the news is grim and some may soon be leaving the area he and his wife will stay.sot
(pam) (pam) the fires to the north and south of us ... remind everyone of just how important it is to get up to the minute information, such as an alert to evacuate, or which areas to avoid. (ken) today supervisors in san mateo county passed a resolution so they can reach more people with their emergency alerts. county officials wanted to warn residents about bad air quality last week, so they sent out a text alert to those who opted into the program. governor jerry brown signed a bill in september... allowing local governments to access residential contact information from public
utilities such as cable, garbage, water and energy providers so more residents could be notified during an emergency. today -- san mateo county became the first in the state to adopt the protocol. the san mateo office of emergency services will collect the contact information over the next year, so when there is a real emergency they can contact as many people as possible. (pam) kron4 and our parent company-- nexstar t-v... have partnered to help the fire victims in butte county. if you would like to help those affected by the 'camp fire' ... the american red cross is accepting donations. you can check kron 4.com for details.. lawrence karnow: hazy skies and a few clouds moved across the bay area. highs were in the 60s and 70s. high pressure continues to weaken allowing for a few high
clouds. it will be hazy and chilly tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s. tomorrow we will see more sunshine but hazy with highs in the 60s to low 70s. the air quality will continue to improve slowly over the next few days. there is a chance of rain in the middle of next week. (pam) (pam) police in belmont are
investigating a mysterious death.(ken) early this morning a woman was found suffering from fatal injuries along the side of a road. she later died at the hospital and police are now trying to figure out what happened. charles clifford reports. according to the belmont police department, a woman in her 60's was found lying in the roadway here along cipriani blvd at the intersection with newlands ave around 7 tuesday morning.she was badly injured. emergency crews treated her at the scene and she was taken to the hosptial but died a short time later. police are now trying to figure out what happened. after talking with neighbors and reviewing surveillance video, investigators believe the woman lived nearby and was on her regular walk around the neighborhood.according to police, the injuries she suffered were severe but it's not clear how she recieved them. she was wa vehilce. investigators are now hoping an autopsy report will shed light on what happened.soti went out side and saw the
flashing lights and a lady in the gutter down.meanwhile, the death has shocked neighbors. the woman was found right in front of bob roger'shouse.sot this is upsetting? yes. i didn't get any closer. i left the police to do their work. and while the exact cause of death has not yet been determined, bob says that this section of belmont. . which is ripe with blind corners, narrow roads, and few if any sidewalks. . . can be a treacherous place to walk. even the local deer have trouble crossing the road.sot bob hopes that the improvements such as a sidewalks and better signs might keep people and deer from getting hurt.sot (pam)(pam) (pam) in an unusual
move... first lady melania trump is publicly calling for a top national security official... to be fired. this, as president trump is reportedly looking to make even more changes at the white house... and his administration. pamela brown reports. late today mira ricardel was seen with the president at his only public event at the white house.tonight she was ousted from west wing -- fired from her role as deputy national security adviser after drawing the ire not of the president, but of the first lady.in a rare rebuke tonight the first lady demanded ricardel -- john bolton's deputy be fired, saying in statement she "no longer deserves the honor of serving in this white house." ricardel recently feuded with the first lady over her trip
to africa, arguing over seating on the plane and national security council resources, one source tells cnn.sources say the president is also considering potential replacements for other senior positions both inside the cabinent and the white house. pres. trump:"we're looking at a lot of different things, including cabinet."the potential shake-up could include chief of staff john kelly and secretary of homeland security kristjen nielsen, officials tell cnn.at the white house today, the president ignored questions about staffing changes.nats "thank you very much.""mr. president, are you planning to replace secretary nielsen? are you firing secretary nielsen? are you planning to make a staff at that level?"the president is said to be secretary nielsen's handling of immigration and border security and her resignation in the coming days multiple familiar with the matter tell cnn.the president's angst today was not just reserved for his own team.trump trolling one-time close ally french president emmanuel macron launching a barrage of incendiary tweets, saying that the french "were starting to learn german the u.s. came along. pay for nato or not!" threatening to impose new tariffs on ..."france makes it very u.s. to sell its wines into charges big tariffs, whereas the u.s. makes it easy for french wines, and charges very small tariffs. not fair, must change!"mr. trump's frustration with friends and allies comes as he be dogged by the special counsel's russia probe.learned president trump met with his legal team over the veterans day holiday to go of written questions from mueller's team.the questions focus on colluding with russia but not obstruction of justice, part of an agreement reached with mueller's team to "move forward" with participation according to a source.
president trump and top white house aides for suspending correspondent jim acosta's press pass.(pam) the lawsuit, filed today... says, denying acosta's access to the white house .. violates his and c-n-n's first and fifth amendment rights. (pam) our grant lodes joins us live in the studio... with more on the the lawsuit. grant? (grant) this lawsuit is all stemming from a heated press conference at the white house last week after acosta asked multiple questions at a news conference. hours later... the white house revoked acosta's so-called "hard pass".. the white house accused acosta of placing his hands on an intern who was trying to take away his microphone. press secretary sarah shared a distorted video clip of the press conference as evidence. sanders is one of six defendants named in the lawsuit, along with president trump. attorneys for cnn in this lawsuit argue that the
white house cannot throw members of the press out arbitrarily. (grant) (grant) today sanders is no longer claiming that acosta placed his hands on the intern. she said acosta refused to surrender the microphone. but sanders added... "if there is no check on this type of behavior it impedes the ability of the members of the media to conduct business." she went accuse c-n-n of grand-standing by filing the suit.ntto note -- judge timothy kelly -- a trump appointee, has been assigned to the case. tomorrow, he will hold a hearing about the request for a temporary restraining order..
order.. restraining order.. (pam) the notorious drug lord - joaquin "el chapo" guzman's trial ... began today in new york city - and he pleaded not guilty to all the charges brought against him. prosecutors say, guzman trafficked and laundered more than $14 -billion from drug sales between the united states and mexico. the evidence is said to include testimony of more than a dozen cooperating witnesses, and prosecutors say, there will be evidence about multiple murders committed in drug wars, cocaine smuggled in jalapeno cans ... and his escape from jail. guzman's lawyers claim their client was framed by those who are cooperating with authorities. they say, the real boss was another kingpin who paid
bribes to corrupt mexican government officials to his keep freedom, but both the current mexican president enrique pena nieto ... and former president felipe calderon ... deny the allegations, calling them - false and defamatory. if found guilty, guzman if found guilty, guzman could be sentenced to life in prison. (pam) still ahead tonight -- china's state news agency debuted the world's first 'virtual' news anchor. we'll take a look at how it works ... when we come back. (ken) and our "in-depth" el nino coverage continues tonight. this time we go to the napa valley where people living there are no stranger to flood waters. (sports) coming up, see how the warriors fared tonight with draymond green not in the building. highlights plus kevin durant's reaction to what unfolded between he and green.
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because of flooding... all in the same year. jamie hooker/ hillside christian church: "we see floods down at the front of the church, we see fires back behind the church, so where we're positioned is really a place where we get to see all of that."flooding and fire. two things residents in the north bay have had to become accustomed to. and in an el nino year, these two weather events combined pose the potential of debris flows from burn scars that can clog water-ways during flooding events.phil miller/ napa county flood control: "it's anticipated that with climate change and with these fires what used to be called a 100 year storm can now be called a 10 year storm and the statistics will need to be changed."the napa is no stranger to high water. phil miller/ napa county flood control: "there were over 22 recorded floods in the history of napa."just over 10 years ago the city completed this, a massive series of walls, gates and channels to help direct flood waters through and out of the downtown core. "at first glance it may just look like any other city park, but when the napa river rises high enough this actually becomes the bottom of the channel and these gates right here will close, helping to protect the city from the rising waters." amelia humphreys/ napa resident: "we saw pretty much this river here go all the way under the bridge there and cover the garbage cans that are over there, all those cars that are over there would be under water as well." napa county flood control: "we just had crowds of people out here, kids on the shoulders of their dads
watching the water go by, and we were down here in our yellow storm gear and people were yelling out to 111us, this is what the government is supposed to be doing! this works great!"but since completion these gates have only been drawn a single time... and it wasn't during an el nino winter .. but the following year... which despite being very rainy was actually a la nina when the ocean waters near us are actually cooler. phil miller/ napa county flood control: "on a very strong el nino year we do tend to get additional precipitation in northern california which happened in the winter of 2016, whereas in the winter of 2017, where we had a record year, that was actually a la nina year where it's pretty much a crap-shoot as to what your going to get." what's the lesson here? el nino conditions often do coincide with flooding conditions. but in a changing climate, scenes like those from the historic 1997 el nino may become more common, el nino or not.heather phillips/ local grape grower: "i think that we've seen hits or misses with el nino, it hasn't been really that consistent so i think we're wondering what it could bring this year, there's nothing on the horizon." for this deeply agricultural valley, grape growers such as heather phillips say they are thankful for the rain an el nino can bring...but climate change could alter the characteristics of an el nino potentially making the weather impact more extreme.reporting in napa valley, john shrable kron 4 news.jamie hooker/ hillside christian church: "it was really scary but also really great to see the community coming around our church and coming around everyone as we were experiencing this crazy devastation." jamie hooker attends and works at hillside community church. last year, she could she see the glow of the tubbs fire just over this hillside. this after a heavy rainy season when the church had to install new drainage because of flooding... all in the same year. jamie hooker/ hillside christian church: "we see floods down at the front of the church, we see fires back behind the church, so where we're positioned is really a place where we get to
see all of that."flooding and fire. two things residents in the north bay have had to become accustomed to. and in an el nino year, these two weather events combined pose the potential of debris flows from burn scars that can clog water-ways during flooding events.phil miller/ napa county flood control: "it's anticipated that with climate change and with these fires what used to be called a 100 year storm can now be called a 10 year storm and the statistics will need to be changed."the napa is no stranger to high water. phil miller/ napa county flood control: "there were over 22 recorded floods in the history of napa."just over 10 years ago the city completed this, a massive series of walls, gates and channels to help direct flood waters through and out of the downtown core. "at first glance it may just look like any other city park, but when the napa river rises high enough this actually becomes the bottom of the channel and these gates right here will close, helping to protect the city from the rising waters." amelia humphreys/ napa resident: "we saw pretty much this river here go all the way under the bridge there and cover the garbage cans that are over there, all those cars that are over there would be under water as well." napa county flood control: "we just had crowds of people out here, kids on the shoulders of their dads watching the water go by, and we were down storm gear and people were yelling out to 111us, this is what the government is supposed to be doing! this works great!"but since completion these gates have only been drawn a single wasn't during an el nino winter .. but the following year... which despite being very rainy was (ken) one day when you one day when you watch the news -- you could be seeing a virtual journalist. china's state news agency debuted a virtual anchor last week.the artificial intelligence presenter is designed to deliver the news 24 hours a day.it is modeled on a real-life chinese anchor. it tries to simulate
human voice, facial expressions, and gestures.the developer believes the technology will reduce costs and improve efficiency -- especially for websites and social media. it's not often you see the warriors mired in drama, especially to a level in which the franchise has suspend one of its all-stars. we'll see if draymond green and kevin durant sort everything out, but until--durant... green... but no steph curry as wellon first half... vince carter... the ageless one... nails one of his three first half three- pointers... hawks up 52-49 at the half --3rd quarter... klay thompsion... nails the three from the corner... warriors take the lead... 62- 60... 24 points for klay --later in the 3rd... durant... gets it inside and converts... he had a quiet 29 points 4--th quarter... quinn cook... filling in for
curry... nice step-back jumper... dubs up 14... cook with 18 points curry... the spectator... likes it! final score... 110-103 warriors... they are now 12-3... (wipe to vo) now back to that draymond story- green suspended for what happened last night's loss against the clippers. warriors have a chance to take the lead in the final seconds.. green takes it up the court himself...despite durant calling for the ball. the play results in a turnover, and then afterwards, words exchanged on the bench... reports say it was so intense, it went outside the game, and durant's impending free agency came up. it apparently got so heated....golden state officials felt the only solution was to have green sit out. durant addressed the situation moments ago..and a status upate on where he and green stand. "have you and draymond been able to hash anything out?" "no.""do you see that happening anytime soon/" "i'm sure it will. we've got a long season ahead. i know you guys got a job to do but, i'm not trying to give anybody no headlines. what happened happened, we're trying to move on. just trying to play basketball."
now let's talk some now let's talk some sharks-- trying to stack some wins up...after an awkward 9-and-6 start to the year. --sharks hosting the predators... nashville with the best record in the league. --what a night for jumbo joe thornton... 3rd-period, game tied at 4... gets the assist... and sends it right to the back of the next. 400-career goals for thornton. --sharks up 5-4... in the final minute, preds empty the net, and what a save from martin jones... blocks the shot from nick bonino --san jose wins 5-4. (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day i'll have the coming up coming up i'll have the seven day forecast.
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