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checking in on your morning forecast. skies today will be cloudier than yesterday's with rain into the afternoon. isolated heavy showers will be embedded in persistent moderate showers through the afternoon and evening. temperatures will remain similar to yesterday's in the 50's for highs today. no major hot spots. bay bridge
( robin )breaking overnight in the north bay san rafael police were on the scene of a deadly shooting late last night. it happened around 6:00 at pickleweed park in san rafael's canal neighborhood. ( robin )police had the entire park closed off .... as they gathered evidence.authories say around 6 o'clock officers arrived at pickleweed park and found a young man dead inside a vehicle. immediately they noticed he had been shot at least once.witnesses saw a man
running from the scene after hearing gunshots ring out.it isn't clear what direction he ran, or if he was from this area.this is being investigated as a homicide. as of hour .... there is no suspect description.police are urging anyone who may have seen anything to give them a call. ( robin ) a big story coming to a head in the south bay is the real estate deal between google and the city of san jose. ( robin ) today the city council will consider the first phase of the deal... where google would pay a hundred- million dollars... for 10- acres of publicy- owned land. it would be used for a transit village near diridon station. that could bring millions of square- feet of office space, retail and as many as 20-thousand new, mostly tech- related jobs to town. those who are against the deal... believe hunger and homelessness will get worse... and staged a protest today.
private corporation just to make money of and that's google's intention is, is to make as much money as they can off of this deal.">( robin ) in a statement, mayor sam liccardo said "... we'll require at least 25 % of the new housing units built in that area ... be affordable rent- restricted units... " and there will be a fee towards affordable ( robin ) we are continuing to remember the life and accomplishments of 41st president --- george h-w bush. his morning thousands of people are expected to pay their respects to the late president.mr. bush's casket is resting in the capitol rotunda in washington. ( robin )mark meredith joins us live from capitol hill...mark...already we've seen several moving tributes to the late president. ( mark )( mark )( mark )ever since president george h-w bush's casket arrived...we've seen everyone from the current
president and political president to everyday americans come to the capitol to pay their respects.as many are looking back on the life and legacy of america's 41st president. trt: 1:01 out: vice president, and eventually president.this morning crowds continue to arrive on capitol hill to say one last goodbye to navial aviator, former president, and american icon: george h-w bush.late monday the current president, donald trump and first lady melania trump, visited mr. bush's flag draped coffin.the 45th president will also attend a memorial service for the 41st president tomorrow."his example will always inspire and his lifetime of service will be enshrined in the hearts of the american people forever."the vice president, joined by leaders from both parties, honored mr. bush in a moving ceremony monday.a full military honor guard escorted mr. bush's casket from texas...all the way to capitol hill."his life was a hymn of honor. his legacy is grace perfected. his memory will
belong to glory."house speaker paul ryan is remembering mr. bush as a patriot.honoring mr. bush's service in congress, as cia director, vice president, and eventually president. ( mark )( mark )tomrorrow we expect to hear from those who knew the former president bush best...including his son and 43rd president, george w bush. that service will be happening at cathedral.( robin )thanks( robin )cathedral. ( robin )thanks ( robin ) most families in the paradise area had already seen pictures of their homes. but seeing them in person, can be a lot tougher. still, they are finding hope in little things that did make it through the fire. reporter jessica mensch has more from the returning residents. natssorting through what's left
natsof the place she used to call home.becky dresser / resident: "rougher than i thought it would be."this is the first time becky dresser has been allowed back into old magalia, to take a look at her house destroyed in the camp fire.becky dresser / resident: "i had actually been out of town. so i didn't even have a chance to save anything when the fire came through."now hoping to find any reminder of her old life.natsbecky dresser / resident: "i've been in the paradise area since i was four. so its not just losing my house. its losing my community."evacuation orders lifted today, in parts of magalia and concow.summer baker / resident: "out of my family, we lost three out of four homes."summer baker fod her house still standing but her childhood home, just next door burned to the ground. summer baker / resident: "my dad built it. he was a contractor and he passed away in february. this 2-story custom log cabin. he's not here. i'm thankful he didn't have to go through this since it would have broken his
heart."she says she's not ready to sift through the rubble.she'll have to do that in the coming days.summer baker / resident: "were just hoping that a lot of people come back and rebuild the town."while dresser tries to find comfort in what survived...nats "oh that's the angel."like this angel statue unscathed in the rubble.becky dresser / resident: "the first thought that came into my mind was, what did she have to watch?"dresser is an artist and is saving the rubble to use in her work.becky dresser / resident: "being an artist i know that i can maybe work that into something that will still give me that comfort of having something from my past." hoping to find some kind of beauty in all this pain.becky dresser / resident: "it's the loss of home." ( robin ) some students
are headed back to school after the deadly wildfires. schools in butte county have been closed since november 8th when flames spread through the area. on monday... about 32-thousand students were scheduled to return to class. several schools were damaged or destroyed, so some students were sent to alternate locations. officials hope to have a long-term solution ready by next month. ( robin )wildfires dominated the conversation among state lawmakers monday... on the opening day of the legislative session. it has been nearly a month since the camp fire started .. becoming the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in state history. capitol bureau reporter ashley za-val-a shows us... how that fire is shaping the legislative agenda. ((pkg))((nats))((gavin newsom)) - a moment of silence california's governor-elect started the session with a moment of silence for fire victims..he reminded senators
of their responsibility to the public.."our job each and every one of us, is to reconcile that we have agency, that we're not bystanders in this world. it's decisions."in her first speech as senate leader..toni atkins noted lawmakers will have to figure out how to move forward from the fires..((sen. toni atkins d-san diego)) "we can honor the victims and their sacrifices and so many of the sacrifices of our neighbors by taking proactive steps to prepare for and wherepossible prevent the next tragedy before it reaches our communities. we can't afford to ignore the extradordinary financial costs either."with p-g-and-e facing several lawsuits over its potential role in the camp fire... lawmakers like senator jerry hill plan to put the utility under the microscope this session((sen. jerry hill- d san mateo)) "the common thread in many of these fires and the destruction and loss of life is pg&e and we have to make
sure they're doing their job and that their company is too big to succeed. maybe restructuring is necessary, maybe a change in leadership..something has got to give."((az standup: the legisltive session contnues january 7. tag)) (robin) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news ... the latest on a woman suing an east bay police department. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
(robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. skies today will be cloudier than yesterday's with rain into the afternoon. isolated heavy showers will be embedded in persistent moderate showers through the afternoon and evening. temperatures will remain similar to yesterday's in the 50's for highs today. no major hot spots. bay bridge
wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond skies today will be cloudier than yesterday's with rain into the afternoon. isolated heavy showers will be embedded in persistent moderate showers through the afternoon and evening. temperatures will remain similar to yesterday's in the 50's for highs today.
( robin ) an internal investigation is now underway after a hayward police officer appears to use force against a woman last month. we first showed you the video on saturday ... carolina olvera says, she was thrown to the ground outside a seven- eleven store for no reason. ( robin )( robin )she and her attorney met with police officers monday and she's speaking only to kron 4's michelle kingston about the meeting. (mk)ánats from cell phone videoálast month -- hayward police surrounded a vehicle outside a seven eleven, ultimately arresting a passenger inside who was wanted for armed carjacking. but they also arrested 19 year old carolina olvera -- who says she still doesn't
understand why she was thrown onto the hood of the car and then onto the ground.lt. guy jakub, hayward police department"i can tell you that at the end of the internal investigation, if there are any wrong doings that are discovered, our officers will be held accountable." lieutenant guy jakub with the hayward police department says olvera filed a formal complaint after she was put in jail for resisting arrest ... and now an internal investigation is underway -- they're reviewing body cam footage and talking to witnesses ... and met with olvera on monday.anne weills, olvera's attorney"it was a horrendous assault by a hayward police officer .. we don't understand why he did what he did. but there was some body cam evidence that we saw which show how violent he was."carolina olvera, hayward "i saw the footage. that's all i really wanted to see from the beginning and i saw that so i got that but ...anne weills, olvera's attorney"it's super traumatic. it's super violent. it is just it's sort of an obscenity for such a young woman to be treated like that and in these modern days, where the police theoretically should be under basically be more self conscious about the use of excessive force and there was no force needed at all in dealing with this matter and she got this
horrible treatment and hopefully they will learn from that."michelle kingston, mkingstonnewsthe officers in the video are still working while being investigated.in hayward michelle kingston kron 4 news ( robin ) indigenous leaders in a canadian town are calling for answers after cell phone video shows an officer hitting a teenager strapped to a stretcher. the officer is apparently hitting the 17 - year old while telling her not to spit. it is unknown what happened before this video. the teen is on the stretcher.. her arms are restrained.. she is from a first nation indigenous community. in a statement, indigenous leaders say, there was no justification for such a violent and callous treatment of a youth in a defenseless position. people in the area, which is north of thunder bay.. say.. this latest incident .... adds to the contentious relationship between law enforcement and the indigenous people who live in the area. an investigation is now underway
.... looking into systemic racism in the police department. ( robin ) two fraternities and two sororities filed a lawsuit against harvard in boston federal court monday. the lawsuit is over a 2016 rule that discourages students from joining single-gender clubs. the lawsuit says the rule discriminates against students based on their sex and spreads negative stereotypes. the 2016 rule was meant to curb secretive all-male groups that the school previously accused of having prejudice attitudes towards women. the university has yet to comment on the suit. (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport.
( robin ) snowball fights are a staple for young kids during the holiday season. but one town in colorado banned snowball fights, so a local 9-year-old decided to get involved and change things. dane best stoood up to the severance, colorado town board and explained why kids should be able to take part in the classic winter activity. members of the town board peppered ábest with questions -- including safety issues.but his three-minute presentation did the trick --- and the ban was lifted.he even got the honor of throwing the first legal snowball. ( robin ) a provacative figure in the international street art scene is selling off one of his pieces. banksy is raffling off one of his "dismaland" boats. the piece is from his temporary amusement park exhibition in 20-15.the artwork depicts a
crowded boat filled with migrants.it is interpreted as a commentary on the european migrant crisis.the money collected from the auction will go to refugee support services.the minimum donation is two dollars and 55-cents... and then donors can take a guess at how much it weighs. the raffle closes on december 22nd.the winner will be notified by email after a group of students from kings college london weigh it. ( robin ) still to come on the kron4 morning news... we are continuing to cover the services honoring the late george h-w bush.
( james ) good morning... we start this morning remembering the life and accomplishments of the 41st president george h-w bush. ( darya ) this morning thousands of people are expected to pay their respects to the president. bush's cakset is resting in the capitol rotunda in washington. ( james ) kron 4's mark meredith joins us live from capitol hill.. mark already we've seen several moving tribute to the late president.
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