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details on the storm's path... lawrence, how long is this wet weather going to last... lawrence karnow: much needed rain swept across the bay area today. some areas enjoyed over an inch of rain. we are still tracking showers around the bay area on doppler radar. rain is turning to snow in the sierra where we could see over a foot tonight. another storm is on the way. winds will pick up throughout the day with rain developing in the afternoon. highs will be cool and in the 50s and low 60s. more rain is likely next week. (ken) week.is likely next week.
(ken) (ken) holiday traffic a concern through the weekend... google says based on its data... the worst traffic expected for the bay area this holiday week-- may have already happened...(vicki) and if you were on the road this afternoon you probably saw it-- it was between one and four p=m. kron 4's s
us how it was like... .... the embarcadero in san francisco wednesday afternoon was gridlocked southbound. as the mass holiday exodus unfoldedthe weather did not help.. traffic lights were out at 3rd street next to at&t park, san francisco police had to come out and direct traffic. and then drivers who made it on to the 280 south ramp off king street in san francisco were immediately slowed down againthe two right lanes were flooded near the caesar chavez exit. just a mile further south, still in san francisco, on highway 101 southbound, just after the 280 split, the left side of the highway was flooded, again slowing down traffic.aaa and google said based on their data the worst traffic expected for the bay area would be the day before thanksgiving between 1 and 4pm. that is right when i was ediction was correct bad timing for the 1st rain of the season sound from - commuter driving in rain "saw 5 accidents today" jamelle echoed what most people told me today who were driving around this slow holiday rain traffic. the clean air was worth itsound from - commuters driving in the rain in millbrae gabe slate kron 4 news
there have been waves of crowds throughout the night but so far.a lot more relaxed tonight as people rush to get home for the holiday. people at s-f-o tonight hovering around the arrivals board,waiting on loved ones to land..portola valley resident jennifer sandell says her daughter's flight from newark new jersey was delayed for three hours.
because of the rainy weather here, and i could tell you i guess the fires don't help things as well.">it wasn't the smoke from the wildfires, airport officials say today was all about the weather.this holiday traveler was stuck at the airport but considers herself lucky. despite the long commute many travelers faced,their mood changed once they stepped off the plane.. so far airport officials tell me there were at least 47 cancelled flights today - all due to the weather.definitely make sure to check with your carrier before you out to the airports this holiday weekend. live at s-f-o gayle ong kron 4 news
(ken) you can stay connected on this storm with our kron-4 mobile app. there you will find full forecasts... and get push alerts about the weather in your neighborhood. it's all on the kron-4 mobile app (vicki) now to the deadly 'camp fire' still burning in butte county. officials say.. they found the remains of two more people today. the number of those missing list also remains high. here is where things stand right now. 83 people have been killed by the fire. and 563 --are considered missing. authorities stress that many of those may be safe and unaware they have been reported missing. the fire has destroyed over 18- thousand structures... of that number over 13-thousand were homes. and has burned more than 153-thousand acres. tonight the fire is 85 percent contained. (vicki) as rain hits the 'camp fire' burn area .. public works crews are on
alert for possible mudslides. and even though there is a flash flood watch in effect for the camp fire area...the majority of the burn site has a low probability for slides... regardless..bu tte county's public works director says they aren't taking any chances with that risk and other concerns that could come with this weather event... crews are working around the clock in butte county to stabilize the land... big bags of rocks line the foothills and other lower lying areas of the burn site.. aside from the wet weather... public works say another concern is incoming wind with up to 45 mile per hour gusts
employees lost their homes to the fire. in order to keep an eye on this infrastructure, officials say the majority of his department will be working through the holiday. (ken) crews in butte county continue to dig through the rubble in search of the missing. however the continuous wet weather is having an effect on their work. (vicki) kron 4's alecia reid rode along with cal fire .. and caught up with the menlo park urban search and rescue team in magalia. they're gonna stay here as long as it takesit's a big, large area to searchone property at a time ...it's gonna take daysmembers from the menlo park urban search and resue team joined forces with other california strike team of engines in magalia. some of the teams that were here earlier in the week didn't have some of the tools that these guys e guys have all the equipment to handle heavier rescues like sheet metal and things like thatonce an area is done, it is noted.it also allows crews that come by to know if they were able to find anything on this site and if there are any hazardsrecovery efforts were non-stop through wednesday's downpour.makes things slippery, makes things more dangerous for these guys. it's making things a bit more muddy, a little tougher to separate thingsworking in the
rain can be challenging, but progress must continue.when it comes down to it, they train for this, they're ready to work in the rain and they'll get the job donebefore this area is cleared for families to come home, a proper search has to be done.just want to make sure they've done everything they can searching for people that may not have made it out of these communitiesstandupthis is all a team effort. there's also pg&e and the water company working to get things back in order for the families that can return home. reporting from butte county ... ar ... kron 4 news (ken) in just three days -- in just three (ken) (ken) in just three days -- neighbors in danville have raised more than 60-thousand dollars for camp fire victims. community presbyterian church ... schools and sports teams held a gift card drive
and at last check, have raised 62-thousand dollars. kron4's michelle kingston has their story on how they did it! (mk)gift cards line a wall at community presbyterian church ...amazon ... costco ... safeway and visa gifts all donated by friends, family and neighbors in danville.sean gann, tbirds varsity head football coach"i think there are a lot of families that want to help out ... it's understanding how do we do it, right? what do they truly need?"one by one ... more and more gift cards were donated ...all of them being sent to the victims of the northern california camp fire where thousands of people lost their homes.deana dickerson, cpc missions director"i was blown away. i know our church and our community is incredibly generous and that's something i absolutely love about living here is the people step up when there is a need."in just three days -- people have donated more than 60-thousand dollars worth of donations and gift cards for the victims. anna rainsford, donated gift cards"it was devastating finding out so many people lost their families and their homes and it was very sad and tragic and with our family, we thought right away, how can we help them? and that's a great opportunity to be able to do that for them."michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"you have until next friday to donate. we will be posting a members of the cpc community will be pelivering these cards to families who need it most.in danville, michelle kingston, kron 4 news"
(vki coming up... (vicki)(vicki) coming up... theives meet up with a woman to buy a puppy... and rip her off-- using counterfiet cash and stealing her wallet as well... where it happened... and the warning police are now issuing for anyone selling goods online for the holiday... (ken) and next... investigators have made an arrest in a 45-year-old cold case ... find out how they caught the suspect. (vicki) and up next... police are revealing new information about the man who killed three people at a chicago hospital... details on his dark past.... (ken) in national news
tonight... we are learning new details about the gunman who shot and killed three people in cold blood at a chicago hospital earlier this week... as reporter andy rose explains the shooter had a very dark past... "as we mourn this senseless act and loss of life.. it occured at a place called mercy hospital."light and love.. shinning through a moment of darkness in chicago. people gathered wednesday evening to remember..doctor tamara o'neal..pharmacy resident, dayna less and police officer, samuel jimenez. three people killed by a man with a gun.dr. heather prendergast, uic emergency medicine: "you look at tamara's life and they way it was taken from her in such a senseless way."police say the shooter, juan lopez, attended parking lot..demanding his engagement ring back according police.she had called their engagement off in september,
according to her father.he said lopez couldn't accept that their relationship was over.in 20-14, lopez was dismissed from the city's fire academy nine weeks after he was hired.after disappearing from a disciplinary process related to what the fire academy called "bullying" issues....and never showing back up for the job.police radio: "more shots fired! more shots fired!"the chicago police department now mourns the killing of one of their own..28-year-old samuel jimenez leaves behind a wife - his high school sweetheart and three young children..matthew whitaker, acting u.s. attorney general: "he did what police officers do every single day of the year. he ran towards the danger. he ran towards the sound of gunshots. and he did that so that the rest of us from the danger."i'm andy rose reporting. (vicki) four deaths... and two fires at homes belonging to one extended family. now new jersey investigators are working on what they call
a multiple homicide and arson case. they are trying to figure out if the two fires that happened yesterday..at homes belonging to two brothers...are related and intentionally set. paul caneiro was arrested after police say he used gasoline to set his home on fire while his wife and two daughters were inside. while no one was hurt there. eleven miles away...police found paul's brother keith ...his wife..and their two children dead. they confirmed keith caneiro was shot before the fire was set at the mansion there. paul caneiro will be in court next week. (ken) back here in the north bay. santa rosa police arrested a man in the unprovoked stabbing of a woman at her front door. police say jesse james graham attacked the victim without warning. this was as she got home from work and was trying to unlock her front door. that's when investigators say graham stabbed her in the back. the victim suffered a life- threatening injury and had to have emergency surgery. she is now in stable condition. police say they do not have a motive in the attack.
(ken) for 45 years the grisly slaying of aspiring law student leslie perlov on the peninsula has stumped investigators. (vicki) no longer. tonight, as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, d-n-a evidence has led the authorities to arrest an east bay man in the murder. laurie smith/santa cara county sheriff "....in my mind he may well be a serial killer but we still have a lot of investigating to do..."santa clara county sheriff laurie smith is talking about this man, 74 year old john arthur getreu, of hayward, under arrest in connection with the february 1973 murder of then 21 year stanford university graduate leslie marie perlov. sheriff laurie ...we had evidence from 1973 that had been pcame from the suspect and ising a dna familial database we were able to identify potential suspects..."perlov's body near hills off old page mill road near stanford university. she had been strangled. a sample of getreu's dna was sent to the virginia-based parabon
nanolabs, specializing in genetic geneology says sgt. noe cortez.sgt. noe cortez/santa clara county sheriff's office '....they look into profiles and family members and the public data base and from their they look into generations of family members and they link the dna to a specific person...."sgt. shannon catalano/santa clara county sheriff's office "....this man has a history in germany where he was convicted of murder and rape and he also has a convictin locally for rape..." a similar dna search led to the recent arrest of joseph deangelo, the suspected golden state killer. getreu reportedly worked in palo alton when leslie perlov was murdered. sheriff laurie smith "....even though this person has lived for 45 years without being in rison, he is in jail now and we believe he is the suspect and we believe he will be convicted, in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news (vicki) a winter storm warning is
in effect for lake tahoe...where more than one foot of snow is possible by tomorrow. the warning is in effect until 6-a-m thursday. this as the first in a series of storms making their way into the sierra. forecasters also warn the combination of snowy weather and heavy holiday traffic could cause travel delays for hours on nearby highways. (anchor) joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: much needed rain swept across the bay area today. some areas enjoyed over an inch of rain. we are still tracking showers around the bay area on doppler radar. rain is turning to snow in the sierra where we could see over a foot tonight. another storm y. winds will pick up throughout the day with rain developing in the
(ken) still ahead... many people are getting ready for thanksgiving dinner... but before you prepare the big bird-- there are some helpful safety tips you should know about to keep your family and guests safe... we'll explain... (vicki) and as soon as the dinner is done many people are hitting the stores for the black friday deals.. find out which stores are opening early for the traditional shopping rush....
four your money tonight... big retailer ikea says its laying off thousands of employees.(ken) ingka group - which owns and operates most ikea stores -- making the announcement today... and they say it will lay off about 75-hundred employees, or five-percent of its global workforce. the cuts will come in the administrative and support sectors. ikea says fewer than 75 jobs will be eliminated in the u-s. it's also reorganizing its business around the world. officials say they will be shifting toward smaller stores and more online shopping. ... (vicki) many people are already lining up for the black friday deals... some people do it for clothes and others do it all for electronics... like t-v's for many it's become a tradition-- to finish
thanksgiving dinner and then head to the stores to be first in line for doorbuster sales. walmart will be having regular operating hours... and they'll have in-store black friday sales beginning at six p-m. target will open at five p-m on thanksgiving day until one in the morning... and then reopen at seven a-m on black friday. frys will be open thursday morning from 9am until 1pm... and then best buy will also open at five p-m on thanksgiving day and close at one in the morning... and they'll reopen at eight a-m on black friday. (ken) we're about to start the biggest shopping weekend of the year-- and chances are good you'll use a credit card that pays you back for your black friday purchases.cash-bac popular. they survey was done by credit-cards-dot-com. it found 57-percent of surveyed adults have at least one rewards credit card. 43-percent of people say they had a card that offered a cash reward. and only 13- percent of surveyed adults have an airline or hotel credit card. while only
12-percent have a general travel credit card. (vicki) ahead at nine... as the camp fire was raging into paradise... many family was forced to get out and leave their pet behind... tonight they were reunited with their little guy prince charming... prince charming... (ken) plus... president trump grants new authority to u-s troops protecting border personnel.... we'll tell you what they are... (vicki) and up next a war of words between president trump and chief justice john roberts... what started the public feud and hear the chief justice's rare rebuke of the president ...
(vicki) an extraordinary war of words between president trump and chief justice john roberts...(ken) roberts is the highest authority in the federal judiciary and he made a rare statement today pushing back against president trump after he slammed the ninth circuit court of appeals... reporter jeff zeleny explains. president trump in an extraordinary public feud tonight with chief justice john roberts.on the eve of thanksgiving, an unprecedented and unseemly exchange that started earlier in the day when the chief justice issued a rare rebuke of the president ...... for criticizing a member of the federal appeals court as an obama judge. graphic:"we do not have obama judges or trump judges, bush judges or clinton judges," roberts said.graphic:"what we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them. that independent judiciary is something we should all be thankful for." the president firing back on twitter.graphic:"sorry chief justice john roberts but you
do indeed have obama judges and they have a much different point of view than the people who are charged with the safety of our country. it would be great if the 9th circuit was indeed an independent judiciary."in a second tweet, the president went on to ask why there ... graphic:" ... are so many opposing views on border and safety cases filed there and why there are a vast number of cases overturned."then he admonished roberts to study the numbers and added they are shocking and making our country unsafe.it all started as the president left the white house yesterday blasting a judge's decision for temporarily blocking one of his executive orders to change u-s asylum policy.the supreme court chief justice, appointed by president george w. bush, has been striving to bring civility to the bench.chief justice john roberts:"we speak for the constitution. that job obviously requires independence from the political branches."it was his statement defending the judiciary that provoked the response from trump.all this tonight as the president finally submitted his written questions in the russia investigation.but rudy giuliani telling c-n-n special counsel robert mueller may be far from finished with the president.giuliani, one of the president's lawyers, is bracing for new questions from mueller about potential
obstruction of justice.a move he said the trump team would fight.graphic:"we'll consider them and answer them if necessary, relevant and legal," giuliani telling c-n-n.graphic: "if it was something that would be helpful, relevant, not a law school exam."as trump opens his six-day holiday visit to his florida resort, giuliani's comments tonight signaled the russia probe and the president's role in it is very much alive. despite repeated attempts to diminish it like yesterday while leaving the white house. president trump:"the written answers to the witch hunt that's been going on forever. no collusion no nothing. they've been finished." giuliani said any questions about trump's transition and actions during his time in office,including whether he obstructed justice firing f- b-i director james comey, would violate the president's executive privilege.c-n-n has learned the president did answer mueller's questions about potential russian collusion,including what he knew at the time about his son donald trump junior's meeting with russians at trump tower, and whether he knew anything about russian hacks when saying this about hillary clinton's emails on july 27th, 2016.president trump:"russia. if you're listening i hope you're able to find the 30- thousand emails that are missing."
(ken) president trump is granting new authority to u-s troops on the u.s. - mexico border. the decision comes as a large group of migrants is arriving at the region. the white house issuing new and specific guidelines for how u.s. troops can assist customs and border patrol agents. these new guidelines - in the form of a memo approved by the president - allow troops to use, quote, "a show or use of force... including lethal force, where necessary" and allow troops to conduct activities such as, quote,"crowd control, temporary detention and cursory search" earlier
this week, dhs secretary kirstjen nielsen laid out the strategy - and rationale - for the military presence - (ken) there are just under six thousand u.s. troops on the border. the president has promised as many as 15 thousand if necessary. the mission will cost approximately 72 million dollars. (vicki) glide memorial church is preparing to serve thousands on thanksgiving. the church is expecting to serve more than 5-thousand meals. which they say is more than they've ever served before. as you can imagine the prep is intense. just for thanksgiving alone...they prepare 4- thousand pounds of turkey and . it also takes hundreds of volunteers to cook and serve the food. and the need is also greater than ever.
demands for our services is rising. we see this going right along with the trends in the city with this immense wealth right next to extreme poverty. butted tothe good news is that we've got a growing number of programs. we're expanding our reach, extending it throughout the city. working in more places with more people. working harder on meeting basic needs> (vicki)needs>on meeting basic working harder on meeting basic needs>(vicki) glide serves breakfast tomorrow at 10-am. followed by lunch and dinner later in the evening. you can donate to glide this holiday season...find out more at glide dot org. (ken) our long awaited rain is finally here. and in butte county, it's helping firefighters... but the weather is also creating dangers on the fire lines and added misery for some of those who have lost everything. the rain is making it difficult for those living in tents at the walmart parking lot in chico... but donations have been coming in to help keep many evacuees dry... many fire victims are glad the
rain may may help extinguish the camp fire. cal fire says the rain comes with ngof it's own for those and mudslides. the rain is also creating new challenges for first responders who are searching for human remains in paradise. (ken) amid all of the camp fire devastation -- thousands of paradise residents are still trying to come to terms with losing their homes and the loss of loved ones.(vicki) reporter lonnie wong tells us about a couple who lost their home for the second time in the camp fire, but their family pet miraculously survived. jim hart and laura bruns lost their home just north of paradise. . .but you can't say they lost everything . survived...none more important than prince charming, their 27 year old minature horse...who s prince also lost his
hoofs were singed.but after some time at the uc davis veterinary teaching hospital he's now recovering at the uc davis center for equine health. the couple now lives in a sacramento motel and make regular visits to prince at the equine center...he is a combination pet, companion animal and family member s who is clearly glad to see his owners during his recovery. it's an amazing recovery considering he was lost for a week after his owners had two minutes to flee the flames. prince was rescued and brought the uc davis where he joined other animals injured in the fire.if losing their home was bad luck, finding prince on social media at the vet school was just the opposite.this is the second time the couple has been burned out...losing another house ten years ago in a wild fire.but where ever
so you wake up ready to spin into the holiday season. it's time for ultimate sleep number week. this week only, save 50% on the new sleep number 360 limited edition smart bed. ends cyber monday. sleep number. proven, quality sleep. starting tonight with the warriors-- back home and trying to get out of a rare slump...losing 4 of their last 5 games. --quick update from oracle-- the champs and the thunder. no steph
curry or draymond green in the lineup. score is 96-85 thunder in the 4th. warriors trailed by 14 at the break, but golden state climbing back in..... klay thompson and kevin durant anchoring the scoring. we'll have full highlights later tonight. but we were able to capture a very nice highlight pregame. the champs hosting the boys and girls basketball teams from paradise high school... the students among the thousands affected by the devastating wildfires... the night bringing some relief in what's been such a difficult time. danielle wagner, phs women's basketball player"we saw the sun and the clouds for the first time today when we were driving here and it was really good to see that because it's been really smokey in chico, so it's really good."nicholas baker, player for phs men's basketball team"i lost my voice because the smoke in paradise is pretty bad. so when the fire first happened it was affecting everyone differently, so i got sick from it and just from there i was losing my voice, but that's not going to be an issue because i won't lose the -- it won't be hampering my cheering tonight, so i'm
pretty excited." the warriors are working with the north valley community foundation in funding relief efforts... for every dollar donated, the team will match up to 25-thousand. coming up on kron4 sports at 10, derek carr weighs in on the possibility of the raiders having the number one overall pick, while nick mullens gets in the zone for his first road game. until then, more news after the break
for the holiday weekend.... (vicki) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now, when are we going to see the next strong downpour? lawrence karnow: much needed rain swept across the bay area today. some areas enjoyed over an inch of rain. we are still tracking showers around the bay area on doppler radar. rain is turning to snow in the sierra where we could see over a foot tonight. another storm is on the way. winds will pick up throughout the day with rain developing in the
(vicki) you can stay connected on this storm with our kron-4 mobile app. there you will find full forecasts... and get push alerts about the weather in your neighborhood. it's all on the kron-4 mobile app (vicki) 4 your health tonight... thanksgiving dinner - time for family, friends and, of course, turkey.(ken) whether you're a gourmet chef or a turkey novice, cooking the bird properly is key to a healthy holiday. reporter kim hutcherson has more in today's health minute when cooking your turkey, you need to be aware of four safety issues:thawing, preparing, stuffing and cooking to adequate temperature.áneverá leave a turkey out on the counter to thaw overnight.bacteria can grow rapidly in raw turkey when its temperature is between 40-to-140 degrees.the c-d-c recommends it be thawed in the microwave, the refrigerator, or in a sink of
cold water that is changed every thirty minutes.while preparing the turkey, make sure to wash hands and surfaces often.and keep raw turkey separate from other items so illness-causing bacteria doesn't spread.if you're stuffing your bird, do so ájustá before cooking.and make sure you cook a stuffed turkey at a temperatures higher than 325 degrees.while it's cooking, it's critical that you use a food thermometer.this will help you ensure the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees -- high enough to kill any bacteria,and when you're checking the temperature, make sure you're checking in the correct spotmike folino/registered dietitian: "you're probably going to check right in between the leg and the cavity of the body and then also in the thickest part of the breast."follow these tips for a happy and healthy turkey d (vicki) cigarette boxes sold in the u-s will now come with court-ordered statements specifying the harmful health effects of smoking.
starting today... all tobacco brands must put the so-called "corrective statements" on packaging... the statements are the result of a lawsuit filed nearly two decades ago. the justice department filed suit in 19-99 against the country's largest cigarette manufacturers and tobacco trade organizations. in 20-06, a federal judge ruled the tobacco industry violated civil racketeering laws... and ordered companies to issue the corrective statements. tobacco companies began running corrective statements in newspapers and on t-v last year. (ken) most football players in america are younger than high-school age... but there is still very little data tracking how get hit on the field. so a team of engineers at virginia tech are now focusing on this young group - as they develop the first-ever ratings for youth football helmets. these researchers are using sensors and dummies to help manufacturers make better helmets specifically for children. the sensors give them information about the type of hits that are happening on the field and
recreate the same motions...chi don't get hit as hard as varsity players - it takes less to cause a concussion. the ratings will come out next year - and are a key tool for manufacturers to develop better helmets tailored to children. (ken) two people are in jail tonight - after police say they went to a home to buy a puppy - but instead - distracted the seller - stealing her wallet. (vicki) officers say the thieves also paid for the puppy with counterfiet cash. reporter charmaine nero spoke to police who are now issuing a warning for anyone selling goods online. citrus heights neighborhood for mo dec jordan, neighbor))"i know most of the neighbors around here." he normally keeps up with crime in his area - but was surprised to hear citrus heights police arrested two people - monday - for stealing a wallet from a neighbors home. ((mark jordan, neighbor))"pretty shocking." officers say it happened at a home near magic court. a woman
- says the two suspects came by to purchase a puppy that she was selling online. while inside - they stole her wallet - before paying for the chow puppy. - with counterfeit cash. (lt. david gutierrez, citrus heights pd))"a short time later the victim became aware that her credit cards were being used fraudulently for several thousand dollars worth of purchases." police were later able to identify the suspects as 29 year old deviaun dozier and 34 year old nicole setzer - both from citrus heights. ((gutierrez)) "they responded to their residence contacted both of them and were able to recover the puppy." now - police are issuing a warning. ((gutierrez))"we are warning people that if they're going to sell things online that they meet in a public place." while neighbors - like jordan- say they're keeping a closer eye on what's going on in the community.((jordan)"kind of cautious of what i see around the neighborhood, my wife keeps up on some fo the stuff happening, so i'm aware to look out for some ofthings that neighborhood." (vicki)(vicki) both suspects face several charges - including burglary, conspiracy and theft. (ken) they're currently being held in the sacramento county jail.
turkey. deep fried, brined, roasted, smoked. sure, it's the traditional centerpiece of your holiday meal. but, not for everybody. here's something to knock the bird off its perch. this heaping platter of lobster tails is about to make one family very happy. we're here at fog harbor at pier 39 in the city's fisherman's wharf area. tourists flock here for the fish and the local dungeness crab . it's one of several restaurants serving up diners on thanksgiving. bob partrite particularly excited about the fresh crab brought in from bodega since it's now in season. the heart healthy salmon is seasoned with curry and topped with lavender chutney. not to be ignored, sides like string beans and squash. fresh sour dough rolls out of theen. sight... this pumpkin bread pudding though is enough to stuff you - like a turkey.
(vicki)(vicki) if you have a restaurant, cafe or bar that you would like to see featured on 'dine and dish... send an email to dine and dish at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out the submission form on our website. you can also check out our 'dine and dish' facebook page. (ken) that wraps up kron 4 news at nine...(vicki) but our primetime coverage continues at the top of the hour. pam moore is here with kron 4 news at ten....pam? (pam) thank you ken and vicki.... next at ten... finally northern california gets rain ... the
pros and cons of the good soaking we'll be getting over the next couple of days .. including an update on power outages tonight. also.. we go back to the fire zone in butte county where despite the weather .. crews with cadaver dogs continue to search for victims of the devastating camp fire.(pam) our chief meterologist has the "ten at ten" forecast.. with more rain ahead as we move through the thanksgiving holiday weekend... don't go away... hour three of kron 4 news in primetime starts right after the break. break. (pam)
the rain came down steadily throughout the day today in the bay area ... giving us some much needed relief from the smoke and poor air quality.. good evening.. i'm pam moore.(ken) and i'm ken wayne. thank you for joining us. with so much wet weather coming right at t we want to send things straight over to our chief meterologist lawernce karnow for a look at what we are seeing outside right now and first thing tomorrow. lawrence karnow: much needed rain swept across the bay area today. some areas enjoyed over an inch of rain. we are still tracking showers around the bay area on doppler radar. rain is turning to snow in the sierra where we could see over a foot tonight. another storm is on the way. winds will pick up throughout the day with rain developing in the afternoon. highs will be cool and in the 50s and low 60s. more rain is likely next week.