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a foggy start to the day with visibility impacted by areas of dense fog throughout the morning. into the afternoon clearing skies will be seen with temperatures boosting into the upper 50's and low 60's. skies will remain dry through wednesday
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returns into the weekend. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) breaking overnight... the five marines missing after an aviation mishap last a search
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in a statement the marine corps said quo "every rines were rescued from the water after the crash... one of whom later died at the hospital. an investigation into the mishap is underway. the identities of the marines will be released after the next of kin are notified. ( darya ) happening today... it's day two of the kaiser mental health workers strike. ( james ) kron 4's will tran joins us live now from santa clara with the latest. will? for 3000 kaiser employees ... today is day two of their five
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day strike the workers... made up of psychiatric counselors hit the picket lines yesterday claiming kaiser does not have enough people to meet the huge demand of patients .. that waiting time to see psychiatrists are extremely long and getting even longerkaiser claims that's not true saying it has pumped in 175 million dollars into programs and added more people to meet the demandsthey claim the strikers are simply demanding a raise and their claims would hurt ... and not help patients
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( james ) thanks will. ( darya ) a big story this morning... people living in the portola distrcit in san francisco are fed up with people living in r-v's on their streets. last night residents met with city supervisors wanting measurable goals to address the problem. supervisor hillary ronan says she too is frustrated... she says the city's only response to the problem is to ban oversized vehicles from certain streets... whichsa officials aren't doing enough to help... but human rights organizers say there needs to be alternatives to help the people in r-v's. < they said they had a whole they're going to deal with this issue in all neighborhoods.nothing is done and it's not fair.something other than more restrictions because people dont just disappear they have to go
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somewhere..>( darya ) supervisor ronen is echoing the need for alternative resources.. and says the city needs to move faster. ( darya ) san rafael police are investigatina the accident happened yesterday afternoon just before 3. fire crews were called out to a construction accident with a person trapped on east marin island. the construction worker had become trapped under a section of retaining wall comprised of rock and concrete. the worker was pronounced dead on scene. no word on how the become trapped. cal osha is investigating the incident. ( james ) an 8-year-old boy suffered life-threatening injuries when a vehicle struck him as he crossed the street. the collision happened around 3 friday afternoon in the sunset the boy was riding a bicycle in the crosswalk when a vehicle on 19th avenue hit him. the boy was rushed to a local hosptial. the driver of the vehicle... a 58-year-old woman was also taken to the hosptial with minor injuries. police say she has not been arrested. ( james ) napa police have
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released body camera footage of last weeks deadly police shooting. last wednesday police received a 9-1-1 call about a man hittina woman. that man rived on scene molina took off. the footage shows officer christopher simas chasing molina through a park.. over a fence and into a ravine. police say molina failed to comply to demands. the chase went on for more than 5- minutes. the officer is finally able to catch up to molina and cuff one of his hands... but molina was able to get his other hand on the officers gun and fire it multiple times. no one was hit.. then there was another struggle between the two and the officer was able to regain control of his weapon. police say molina then charged at the officer and the officer then shot molina. molina died at the scene. a gun was recovered at the scene. major crimes task force and napa's sheriff's office are investigating the shooting. the officer remains on adminstrative leave. ( darya ) a meno was shot b
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on the peninsula... has died. the incident happened yesterday morning in mi real. officers were responding to a 911 call of a man harming himself with a butcher's 3-if year-old kyle hart was cutting his wrists and throat inside the home. police say when they encountered hart there was a confrontation and he eventually charged at them with that butcher's knife. police say hart lived at the home with his wife and two small children. when officers arrived his wife had sustained minor injuries. the two kids were not injured. ( darya ) a bay area family is trying to find their son who has been missing since november 23-rd. gavin octaviano is a 22-year-old u-c irvine student. he was home in daly city for .. but his friends say he never showed up. octaviano's car was found in a parking lot
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near the golden gate bridge. his family says its unlike him to just go missing.
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district. the thief is seen going through a family's garage while they slept. along with the drill set he takes... he walked away with golf clubs and a mountain bike. the homeowners neighbor's camera shows the man before the crime trying to open car doors. after the thief was able gain access once he came back multiple times for more items... the homeowner says he was surpised how calm the thief acted. police are investigating the thefts and the homeowner has posted the picture of the thief online hoping someone will be able to identify him.
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( darya ) ( darya ) ( darya ) the warriors steph curry has just made a claim that 'man landing on the moon' was faked and not real. his remarks has the entire country wondering if he's joking and even nasa has responded to his claim.sara sti joins us live from the exploratorium in san francisco with the details. sara?
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( james ) thanks sara. still ahead on the kron 4 morning on the kron 4 still ahead (
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darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... it's a morning on the kron 4 still ahead ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... it's a win for planned parenthood...more on the decision by lawmakers to not hear a couple of cases involving the group and what it means for patients. ( darya ) plus...a woman's encounter with a man...what she says he was holding that has her shaken up this ( darya ) and after the break...parents in one east bay community are angry over the lack of heating at their children's elementary school. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. checking the bay bridge commute on wb checking the bay bridge commute on wb 80. your drive time is less than
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30 min from the maze to fremont street (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) i'm jimmy dean and thank you very much for lettin'
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a foggy start to the day with visibility impacted by areas of dense fog throughout a foggy start to the day with visibility impacted by areas of dense fog throughout the morning. into the afternoon clearing skies will be seen with temperatures boosting into the upper 50's and low 60's. skies will remain dry through wednesday and thursday
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before rainfall returns into the weekend. 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. ( darya ) in the east parents are upset this morning
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saying min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101.
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( darya ) ( darya ) in the east bay... parents are upset this morning saying their children's classrooms lack heaters to keep the students warm during school. ( james ) in light of all the chilly - even cold - weather... those parents are now demanding action . kron 4's terisa estacio has the story from hayward. ana barajas, parent the teacher sent an heater had been
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several ana barajas says she contacted kron four news because she was frustrated to hear abou the conditions at her son mateo's school in hayward. she said she felt awful for other children as well and knew it just wasnt right what she was hearing. barajas. some children live in cars, they need a safe place, such as school, and no heat is just not right. parent. my son's teacher brings a portable heater. at treeview, other parents and kids told me their experiences. kid, "it is cold sometimes." we reached out to the unified school district - and they told me they were made aware of issues surrouding the heating system... and that quote, maintenance staff worked to address the situaiton withink one business day of receving notice by implementing both short term aremembedies and a
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long term solution. the heat will be working in the classrooms as welary as this afternoon. ana. i just want something done. in hayward, terisa estacio kron four news. ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...the plan underway to get more homeless people off the streets in a south bay community. ( james ) and after the break...what police say led to this video of officers
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james )( james )
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( james ) leaders in brooklyn are responding after video shows new york police wrestlning a one year old boy from his mother's arms. witnesses say a security guard became angry when 23-year-old jazmine headley sat on the floor of the food stamp center. when she refused his order to leave the building, he called police. officers surrounded the young mother and tried to pull the child away. one of them repeatedly yanked at the little boy. when onlookers expressed outrage, the officer took out a yellow stun gun and waved it at a crowd that included children. headley was eventually taken to jail.
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60's. skies will remain dry we before rainfall returns into no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) planned parenthood is no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) planned parenthoo
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decision by the supreme court not to hear two cases the group is involved in.( darya ) the case doesn't involve abortion at all.... but as kron 4's washington correspondent alexandra limon explains - its about whether patients can use medicaid for other health care services at planned parenthood. it's a victory for planned parenthood.the us supreme court will not hear two cases in which states tried to block medicaid patients from getting care at planned parenthood. dana singiser is the vice president of public policy and government affairs with the
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organization(dana singiser / planned parenthood)what's really at issue here is d paren services like birth control, cancer screenings, cervical cancer screenings.chief justice roberts and kavanaugh joined the court's four liberal justices in turning away the cases from kansas and louisiana.abortion opponents say planned parenthood shouldn't get any government money. but these cases are not about abortion. (gary nordlinger / george washington university)the big question is does a medicaid recipient have the right to sue over the right to go to a provider.(dana)the medicaid statute is quite clear, medicaid patients have the right to access care at the provider of their choice.gary nordlinger of the graduate school of political management at george washington university explains five u.s. circuit courts ruled patients have that right. but one court ruled patients do not.that's part of the reason justices thomas, alito and gorsuch dissented from the decision not to hear the cases.(gary nordlinger / george washington university)the three people who wanted to bring it up have said, this is what we do for a living. the supreme court is here in part to come to a final conclusion.justice thomas also suggests the case
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was turned away simply because planned parenthood is involved. in washington alexandra limon. ( james ) in the south bay... two people are facing charges after a car crashed into a housting complex and ruptured a gas line...forcing 16 people out of their homes. it happened in the 1300 block of san tomas aquino road in san jose. investigators determined that 18-year old olivia paez and 28-year old brett oppido crashed the truck and then ran away. moments later, police says olivia called the police to report her truck was stolen. both were eventually arrested and booked for hit-and-run and giving a false police report. the 16 displaced people will be out of a home until a building inspector can deem the complex safe. ( james ) scary moments for a california woman who says she was attacked by a man with a machete in hemet.
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she says on sunday he hit her car, leaving a dent. before that, she says the attacker popped up in the middle of the street in front of her, hiding the weapon behind him. she slowed down, not seeing his machete at first. that's when she says he hit the car as she stepped on the gas to get away from him. ( james ) police also received calls from other drivers reporting multiple attempted carjackings. officers later arrested 18-year-old jason peterson who was found with a concealed blade near the scene... as well as another man accused of throwing a brick at a car. it is unclear if those two men are responsible for the machete attack. ( darya ) pg&e says it is inspecting nearly 50-thousand transmission poles and towers in high fire-threat areas. the company says this is in addition to routine inspections and maintenance. crews are also using drones to capture aerial images to
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further enhance visual inspections. the company says it is immediately addressing an issues that are identified as a potential risk to public safety. ( darya ) this morning we are hearing from a man who helped save several people from the deadly camp fire. shawn paul says he will never forget november 8th... the father of five spent the first part of that morning making sure his own children - and the students at the core butte charter school were evacuated safely. then he went and checked on the elderly at a now destroyed . and the group of seniors ended up at a church with about 100 other people because traffic was at a standstill. he says they were in the parking lot for about 8 hours until it was safe to leave. shawn says what he did was just a small part of so many courageous acts in butte county.
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neighbor in that situation" >( the deadly fire.. most of them senior citizens. ( james ) the alameda county sheriff's office is collecting sporting equipment for children in butte county. this is some of the equipment they have collected so far... on friday... dick's sporting goods sent more than 100 bikes to aid in the effort. the sheriff's office says they hope to collect 500 bikes total to give to kids in butte county. ( james ) non-profit l ed y help to get food and toys to people this holiday season. the salvation army in newark is gearing up for a big give away during the hodays. in addition to food and toys the organization is looking for warm jackets and volunteers who can help pass them out. volunteers will also help pack food in boxes... sot: lily maccallum, salvation army// "the holiday are coming around very soon and if you were thinking as a private citizen that you would like to help out and help a family in need like i said we are
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accepting donations of turkeys and also donations of frozen desserts. ( james ) there are many other ways you can spread some holiday'll find this list on our website...kron 4 dot com. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news...a look at what leaders in san jose say will be the solution to the their community. ( james ) and next....a skier is hurt after falling from a crews were able to rescue the victim. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. ♪ heading west to where the sun sleeps ♪
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a foggy start to the day with visibility areas of dense fog throughout the morning. into the afternoon clearing skies will be seen with boosting into the upper 50's and will remain dry through wednesday and thursday before rainfall returns into the weekend.
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( james ) new video this morning shows the moments a california helicopter crew rescued a skier who fell more than 300 feet. it happened sunday afternoon on mount tallac. the el dorado county sheriff's office search and rescue responded to the call. however air support was needed because of the remote location of the accident. a c-h-p helicopter assisted.....and hoisted the man from the scene. he was later taken to a medical center in reno, nevada. right now there's no mes ) the break...why business owners are concerned that a nearby bread store will soon turn into a pot dispensary. (ácommercialá) oh! oh!
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on a treat for your best friend? or when you score a magical gift... at an unbelievable price? yes! that's yes for less. ross has you and your list covered with gifts you'll love to give. and it feels even better when you find them for less-at ross. yes for less. door.. head out the before you bay area roads checking ( robin )( darya )( robin ) checking bay area roads before you head out the door.. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from thmaze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min a foggy start to the day with t
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of dense fog throughout areas of dense impacted by thday with foggy start to a foggy start to the day with
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visibility impacted by areas of dense fog throughout the morning. into the afternoon clearing skies will be seen with temperatures boosting into the upper 50's and low 60's. skies will remain dry through wednesday and thursday before rainfall returns into the weekend.
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weekend. ( james ) the city of san jose is
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giving us a preview of their solution to help end homelessness in the area. kron four's rob fladeboe has a look at the temporary shelter for people who are me (looklive)rob fladeboe/san jose jacky morales-ferrand/san jose housing director "...i am here with san jose housing dirctor jacky morales-ferrand, who along with mayor sam liccardo and others have unveiled the prototype model for the city's tiny homes for the homeless project. what are we looking at jacky? tell us about it's insulated and built for easy escape in case of emergency...and it's going to be a temporary, bridge-housing solution for our homeless people here in san jose..." "...and we understand you have identified a couple of potential locations for these homes, one is in the berryessa district near mabury road and the other is on felipe avenue
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"..that's right, two locations with 40 units in each site and there will be community facilities with showers, bathrooms a kitchen, a garden and maybe even "...s 18th the city council will consider a number of things, they'll have to declare a shelter crisis and they'll with a budget to fund the two sites as well as the services we hope to provide..." " could be up and running by the summer of next san jose rob fladeboe kron4news
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( james ) a midtown been a local staple for nearly three decades.. could soon close its doors to make way for a marijuana dispensary. "safe accessible solutions cannabis dispensary" has applied to move into the bread store's long-time home but first - the city of sacramento has to hold a hearing to review the permit.. that's because the proposed location is 300 feet from a residential area - and 600 feet from a church.. and a drug rehab center. seven businesses have written letters in opposition.. they say the area has a serious lack of parking. ( james ) coming up in the next hour ... time magazine names its person of the year. we'll show you who has the honor of gracing this year's cover.
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your lips. chapstick. put your lips first. visibility impacted by areas of dense fog throughout the morning. into the afternoon clearing skies will be seen with temperatures boosting into the low 60's. skies will remain dry through wednesday and rainfall returns into the weekend. ( james ) a few small steps on stage constituted a massive leap for a university grad in aldo amenta is wheelchair-bound because of injuries he suffered in a diving accident. but on receive his diploma at florida
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international university in sweetwater. amenta used an many hours equipment raduation s - but it was worth it. ( darya ) coming up in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news... kaiser health care workers are back on the picket line this morning.we'll have a live report from santa clara. ( darya ) plus... we're following a board of supervisors meeting today on the toll policy for treasure island. ( darya ) and a bay area family is asking for help finding a student that's been missing for several weeks.
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♪♪this is already bigger than love♪♪ dare to be devoted. jared. workers continue their strike standing by with a live report. ( james )( james ) plus ... as it gets colder ... some east bay parents are concerned
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about the heating system at their kid's school. and steph curry making headlines for doting the (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic...
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