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raiders future in oakland ... details which may indeed be the team's final year in the bay area.(pam) good evening i'm pam moore.. (ken) and i'm ken wayne. the raiders are pulling out of a lease proposal to play at the coliseum. the announcement comes one day after the city announced it was suing the raiders and n-f- l. kron 4's sports director mark carpenter joins us with the details. mark? (mark) considering considering how exciting the last few days, it's only appropriate that another big headline comes down. scott mckibben, executive director of the coliseum authority, confirmed with kron4 news that he received an email from team president marc badain saying that the lease extension proposal negotiated between the team and the authority is now off the table. --meaning there were talks between the two parties, but the raiders have decided to make this move a day after being sued by the city of oakland. --this is
consistent with what team owner mark davis has talked about before...as he's gone on record saying that if the team is being sued, they won't play in oakland in 2019. --mckibben also told kron 4 the authority is always open to sitting down and talking about the team playing at the coliseum. --for now, there's even more focus on where the raiders are playing next year before moving to vegas... (mark) coming up later in sports, we'll hear from mark davis... who's currently at the nfl owner's meetings. his thoughts on the lawsuit and possible locations for 2019 (ken) and we have team coverage for you tonight on the future of raider nation... raider nation... a lot of raider fans upset over the move already... (pam) and now... potentially, there is just one last game in oakland... kron 4's alecia reid is live in san leandro with fan reaction tonight... alecia, what are fans saying about this? (ali) ricky's sports is known for its raiders fan base.tonight ... many of them, including the owner ... are disappointed. pkginside ricky's ... it's all
about the raiders.i got everyone's name on the wall here. i want them to be here. that's my lifefans have been watching this divorce closely. the divorce couldve been handled a little bit better. on both sides. but more so on the raiders. ... i'm glad libby schaaf held their guns. us taxpayers paid for mount davis and we're still paying for that. .... hopefuly they have great attorneys because the nfl has great attorneys. but if we have great attorneys we should win this.word that the raiders backed out of a tentative deal to play in oakland for the 2019 season ... isn't sitting well with many.mark davis is doing everything he can for monetary reasons as far as i'm concerned. there's no reason for him to take the raiders from oakland.the raiders have a dedicated fan base ... that intends to follow them to vegas when the new stadium opens in 2020.i dont care if they move to montana, alaska ... 70% of my wardrobe is black.but since the the city filed a lawsuit, the team followed through with its threat to find someplace else to play next year.they should've sat down with the crew and figured out what works and make it work. nobody
wanted to make it work. or at least one side didn't want to make it work.as for success in vegas ... fans say only time will tell if this was a good move.the raiders if they ain't winning, it's gonna be an empty stadium.standupnow that the deal for next year's lease is off the table, the big question is ... where will they play?the league will need an answer by frbruary in order to make the 2019 schedule. reporting live from san leandro ... ar ... kron 4 news. (ali) (ken) and we first told you about this through a push alert. stay up to date with this story and all breaking news by dowloading our kron4 news app and getting updates straight to your phone. (pam) petaluma police have arrested an police have petaluma your phone.straight to updates getting (ali) (ali)
you about this through a push alert. stay up to date with this story and all breaking news by dowloading our kron4 news app and getting updates straight to your phone. (pam) petaluma police have arrested an alleged 'peeping tom' ... who was caught filming the room of another hotel guest at the sheraton hotel in petaluma... (ken) kron 4's gayle ong is live in petaluma with details. (gayle)witnesses told petaluma police the suspect was seen looking under guest room doors monday evening.the 30 year old berkely man has pleaded not guilty but police found high tech devices in his room. an invasion of privacy is coming to light here at the
sheraton hotel in petaluma police arrested an alleged peeper - 30 year old javier martinez from berkley.a day later - another guest told police they saw someone looking under the door of another hotel room..martinez told police he wasn't doing anything..but photos show what police found inside his hotel room - a small camera used to go under the adjoining room..a spy pen three cell phonesa laptopduct tape and box cutters..police say the victim was another man who was staying at the hotel..met martinez in the lobby.. officers learned the suspect changed his original room to be next to the victim's..hotel staff called police to remove martinez from the property.. (gayle)the sheraton hotel tells me they have no comment on the incident.meantime police are still investigating
due to the amount of seized electronic data and they believe there could be more victims out there.live in petaluma, gayle ong kron 4 news. (ken) just in to the kron 4 newsroom: we're learning of a possible homicide on the peninsula.(pam) our grant lodes is here to explain what we know. (grant) police arrived to the home on valparaiso avenue around 5-30 tonight. that's a main drag in menlo park near west atherton. police say when they showed up, a woman there was unresponsive. medics arrived and prounounced her dead. we're told one person was taken into custody. if you have any information...contact menlo park police.
(ken) (pam)(pam) the san francisco fire department is mourning one of its own tonight . fire officials say, steven pacatte died on his way to work today ... in a car accident. he was hired back in january 20-16 ... and served at three different stations. he also recently deployed to help fight the 'camp fire' in butte county. he leaves behind an expecting fiance, a mother, father and sisters. (ken) a woman left to die on a san francisco street... and the driver who police believe is responsible for killing her.. is still out on the loose tonight.(pam) and there is new video showing the driver leaving the scene. kron 4's justine waldman has details on the suspect police are looking for right
now. after hearing about the deadly hit and run in her neighborhood... daisy mcarthur came to drop off a few boquets of flowers at the busy corner of bush and leavenworth."it is dangerous up in here."at 3:30 in the morning wednesday, police tell kron 4 news..a small dark colored car hit a woman now identified as 58- year old san francisco resident teresita collins.she died from her injuries.several security cameras caught video of what happened.this new video shows the the suspects car drive slowly up leavenwroth.stop.and the suspect who appears to be a female.gets out of the car. walks towards the back.look down the street.then gets back in her car and drives away."it could have been anyone of us and our hearts and prayers go out to the family members to what happened here on this corner." police have several pieces of evidence ..including a bumper, other parts of the car and piece of clothing. police are looking for the driver.. and need the publics help.sot sfpd " this is very unfortunte what we want is for people to come forward with any information they may have." (justine) i spoke with the victims mother by phone tonight. she tells me, the family is very upset right now. and has no idea why her daughter would be in that area at 3:30 in the morning.
also, teresita leaves behind two adult children. in the newsroom, justine waldman kron 4 news. (pam) happening now-- a deadly hit-and-run remains unsolved nearly a year after the incident occurred. (ken) today police asked for the community's help in solving the cold case... kron4's haaziq madyun has the story sot
madyun kron4newskron4news haaziq madyun oakland haaziq madyun oakland haaziq madyun kron4news lawrence karnow: it was a nice day with cool to mild temperatures today. highs were in the 50s to mid 60s. it will be clear and cold tonight if you're going out. lows tonight will be in the 30s and 40s. patchy dense fog is likely again late tonight. on the
satellite you can see a couple of storms lining up off the coast. we could see some more rain by friday afternoon with a stronger storm on sunday. a few showers are possible on saturday too. tomorrow will be dry and mild with highs in the 50s to mid 60s. (ken) would be burglars sometimes try to find creative ways to try to break into places... and that creativity can lead to trouble. (pam) that is what happened to a would-be burglar in the east en was trapped .... sot we hear these noise... ummm ummigor campos runs this tax business in san lorenzo .. for the last 24 hours he's been hearing a strange noise... when he finally investigated found a man stuck in the stove vent of the restaurant next doorsot john whiting/alameda county fire :29
when we first got in there and removed the grease coveres we could see a pair of high tops and lower legs and he could speak to us and he could not get out on his own her had been there for two days authorities believe the 29 year old san lorenzo man entered from the roof and then got stuck... sot sgt. ray kelly/alameda county sheriff's office 42we suspect he was going to comit a burglary, we ant confirm that bu t we know suspect tend to break into abandoned buildign to steel copper and wiring and recycle that for moneywhen he was finally brought out, he was covered in grease.. authorities say he was in the early stages of dehydration and had he not been found today, he could have died.sot igor campos/campos tax services 104i feel lucky that he's ok i believe i saved his life because i think today or tomorrow he could be a lot worse than what it is standup dan kerman/san lorenzo 115the suspect was taken to a hospital where the grease was removed and he was rehydrated. he is now facing vandalism and trespassing charges... in san lorenzo, dan kerman kron 4 news.
(pam) a bay area church known for giving back to the community ... is now áasking for help itself. second baptist church in martinez is dealing with erosion on its property -- and it is going to cost the church well over two- hundred -thousand dollars.. to fix.(ken) it's gotten so bad that the backyard is un-walkable and cracks are starting to show up inside the building. kron4's michelle kingston gives us a look at the damage. (mk)pastor ray montgomery, second baptist church"i used to sit here, i used to come on some sundays and sit on the edge here and just pray, though not knowing how we were going to get this done but hoping some way some how." pastor ray montgomery moved to second baptist church four years ago ... inheriting this mess in the backyard.pastor ray montgomery, second baptist church"all of this from here that's not supported to around
the edge is the area that was impacted."sand bags lay across the creek ... tarps and bricks sit on the church's property ... all of it in an effort to attempt to prevent further erosion ... which the church has been dealing with for years. it's gotten so bad -- that inside the church ... cracks are popping up in the basement's kitchen.pastor ray montgomery, second baptist church"not having the capital and the potential of the church falling into the creek, i've coined it that we will become the katrina of martinez eventually if we didn't do anything."michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"the church has been here at this location for 20 years and they want to stay ... but need your help."pastor ray montgomery, second baptist church"after exhausting every potential opportunity and option, this is where we are." in martinez michele kingston kron 4 news 4 news (pam) (pam) in the south bay tonight ... some homes in the willow glenn neighborhood of san jose are a little less festive... after thieves made
off with their christmas decorations. the first item to go missing ... a mickey mouse decoration.. disappeared on december fourth. then on the 11th, thieves struck again .. removing minnie mouse and rudolph. neighbor billy fischer says, this is not the first time decorations have been stolen in the neighborhood... a few years ago, someone broke into his shed and stole both halloween and christmas decorations.
violent encounter in his back yard. (ken) in a little more than 24 hours... a go fund me account set up for hart's family raised more than 100-thousand dollars. (pam) today, city officials gathered in san francisco ... to pay tribute to late mayor ed lee... on the one year anniversary of his death. in addition to being the city's first chinese- american mayor ... lee served on the san francisco human rights commission ... and worked as a civil rights attorney for the asian law caucus. lee died one year ago today at age 65 from a heart attack. current mayor london breed said, she intends to honor the late mayor... by carrying on his legacy. just last week, lee was inducted posthumously into the california hall of fame. a live look outside on this nig the forecast..
lawrence karnow: it was a nice day with cool to mild temperatures today. highs were in the 50s to mid 60s. it will be clear and cold tonight if you're going out. lows tonight will be in the 30s and 40s. patchy dense fog is likely again late tonight. on the satellite you can see a couple of storms lining up off the coast. we could see some more rain by friday afternoon with a stronger storm on sunday. a few showers are possible on saturday too. tomorrow will be dry and mild with highs in the 50s to mid 60s.
december 15th. the resturant has been compared to "in-n-out" .. and is known for its burgers and shakes. it will open in the stanford shopping cente.. r and will feature a unique california themed food menu exclusive to palo alto... including a golden state double - burger and local beers. we will leave it up to you to decide it 'shake shack' can stand up to the west coast in-n-out. (ken) taxes for texting. a new proposal wants to charge you to text... what the tax will go towards and when we can expect a decision on the plan. (pam) we have a recall alert for you tonight. the concerning reason this tampon brand... is sending woman to the hospital.
(pam) for your health tonight... a popular brand of tampons is being recalled -- because pieces could be left in your body. the product affected is the "u by kotex sleek tampons"-- regular absorbency. the company has received reports... that the products come apart when customers try to remove them, after use. the pieces left inside have supposedly caused problems such as infections... irritation and injury. in some cases -- people had to seek medical attention to remove the pieces. for more information on this recall... you can go to our website at kron-4 dot com. (ken) a salmonella outbreak linked to recalled beef continues to grow. the u-s centers for disease control and prevention says 87 more people have been sickened with salmonella linked to the
tainted beef. 39 of those cases are in california. the total number of people sickened is more than 330 in 28 states since august... with 91 hospitalizations. j-b-s tolleson has recalled more than 12 million pounds of beef products that may be contaminated with salmonella. if you have beef at home with the establishment code "e-s-t 2-6-7", it should be thrown out or returned to where it was bought. (pam) british prime minister theresa may survived a vote of no confidence triggered by members of her own party .. over her handling of brexit. now we take a look at what is next... (ken) a boy's most favorite things in his life... burned in the camp fire. how a community ms come true. (pam) nine -billion dollars and counting. been lost... in the uch has destructive wildfires across california. (lawrence)ten at ten
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recent wildfires are turning out to be the costliest when you add up the financial damages. the state insurance department says, the wildfires have cost nine billion dollars and counting in insured losses..(pam) kron 4's capitol bureau reporter ashley za-val-a explains what the insurance commissioner says.. is going to be a tough, but necessary conversation for
state and local leaders.pkg state insurance commissioner dave jones announced thursday the insured loss of billions of dollars from the camp, woolsey and hill fires. standing in front of poster boards with nine-figure facts.. he says these numbers are just the beginning.."as the claims get perfected, as individuals get access to their former homes and neighborhoods, as they dialogue with their insurance company and share more information of the scope of their loss, we expect these numbers to rise. "the camp fire alone amounted to more than 7 billion dollars in losses... jones says many butte county residents either didn't have insurance or sufficient coverage."it's increasingly difficult for people to find insurance in these areas. what's happening is the insurers are responding to climate change, the growing risk of more severe and more frequent and more unpredictable fires, and they're responding to their losses. they're raising prices and they're beginning to deny renewals and in some cases not write new insurance for some homes."this week, cal fire's chief said the state should consider banning the building of properties in fire prone areas...jones echoed this thursday.."that's going to be a hard conversation. everybody likes to build new, people obviously want to rebuild their communities, but we're in a moment, we're in a new era where these risks are so bad that we really have to take a look at how we're making these decisions. "jones says it will be several months before the damage totals are final. tag.
for most of us, today is just another weekday in december. natsotfor five-year-old jack. "i'm sure hell probably remember this day forever."its one of greatest days of his young life.natsotjack wants to be a cop when he grows up.he already enforces the rules of the road.natsot/jack:"daddy's a fast driver huh? no you are not! what? i think i'll call you turtle from now on."at the roseville police station, jack takes a smile- inducing tour. natsot: guneven getting to watch officers train with their weapons.not that he needs any tips..natsot: "watch this /fires gun."the best though was yet to come.natsot: officer on bikeofficer jack also received his own squad car.natsot/jack: "hands in the air are drop your weapon!" jack's joy on this day is undeniable.but it comes after a very sad year.natsotjack's family moved to paradise to be closer to his ailing aunt and grandmother.both of whom recently passed away."jack was really close with my mom."then. nasot: camp firethe camp fire, damaging their home and destroying his police uniform his mom says he wore nearly everyday.natsota short time later rocklin police got him this new law enforcement get-up.around the same time
april marskell heard jacks story.april marskell, organized event:"he had just melted my heart he was such an innocent little boy." marskell's two children then used their allowance money to buy officer jack's new ride. april marskell, event organizer:"omg i'm gonna cry again, that was special, we really put a smile on his face today and that's all i wanted. happiness for a little kid that any mother would dream of. diane stieb, jack's mom:"it's really emotional. i'm sorry its nice to see him so happy." natsot
(ken) your cell phone bill may get a little more expensive... that's if a tax on texting proposal passes through the california public utilities commission.(pam) but as kron's gabe slate explains ... the f=c=c made a ruling today that might block this text tax proposal from happening currently, some wireless carriers assess surcharges, or taxes, for texting, while others do not. the california public utilities commission said the industry filed a petition asking them to clarify whether text messaging should be included in the bill amount that is subject to the existing surcharges. the pending draft proposal that the cpuc will vote on january 10th, recommends that the cpuc include text messaging revenue as part of the total bill amount subject to surcharge. cpuc uses a portion of cell phone bill surcharges, or taxes, to fund their public
programs like 911 service; subsidies on phone bills lowering rates for low income consumers; and providing special phone equipment for the hard-of-hearing, and deaf and disabled. the cpuc says it's unclear how a new tax on texting in california will affect consumers, they said it's possible phone users will not see a higher bill because the wireless carriers could offset the new text tax by having customers pays less in surcharges on the voice calling part of the bill. sound from - josh constine / techcrunch" the fcc's ruling today can block the cpuc from adding tax on texting" josh constine who covers all things mobile for techcrunch says with the fcc's new classification of what a text message is has set the stage for a big battle between california state regulators, the fcc, and wireless carriers. sound from - josh constine / techcrunch"the state could decide to go ahead and do the text anyway and even retro the text raising millions of dollars could end up in they earn from texting" in san francisco gabe slate kron 4 news.
lawrence karnow: it was a nice day with cool to mild temperatures today. highs were in the 50s to mid 60s. it will be clear and cold tonight if you're going out. lows tonight will be in the 30s and 40s. patchy dense fog is likely again late tonight. on the satellite you can see a couple of storms lining up off the coast. we could see some more rain by friday afternoon with a
stronger storm on sunday. a few showers are possible on saturday too. tomorrow will be dry and mild with highs in (ken) (ken) the brexit battle in the united kingdom gets even messier, as theresa may's own party calls for a confidence vote to determine the prime minister's political future. (pam) karin caifa (prono: kay-fuh) has the outcome, and a look at what happens next for the u-k, the e-u, and the world. british prime minister theresa may survives a closed-door, secret-ballot vote by her own
party -- that could have resulted in her ouster. but the brexit turmoil is far from over. a supporter of the prime minister said may "got a real grilling, but solid support" - - as she made her case to continue to steer the u-k through the thorny process of leaving the european union by march 29, 2019.she did tell her party, however, that she will not stand in the next election in 20-22. nor hold a snap election -- a compromise for those seeking new leadership for the party - and for the u-k.the vote was triggered when the threshold for it -- 15 percent of conservative members of parliament -- was met.upon news of the planned vote, may urged against adding a leadership battle to the already chaotic process. theresa may / british prime minister: "weeks spent tearing ourselves apart will only create more division. just as we should be standing together to serve our country. none of that would be in the national interest."that sentiment was echoed by may's allies -- with 15 weeks to go before that deadline.may came to power in 20-16, when the brexit referendum outcome prompted then-prime minister david
cameron to step down. since then, it's been a rocky road. may has been meeting with european leaders to try to win some concessions to make the current deal more palatable at home. she pulled a vote in parliament just this week - when defeat seemed imminent.in winning the confidence vote -- may is safe from another challenge, for 12 months. theresa may / british prime minister: "here is our renewed mission: delivering the brexit that people voted for, bringing the country back together and building a country that truly works for everyone." so how does the brexit drama affect us here in the u-s? well, its a divorce among our closest allies, and creates turbulence among them. it's also not great news for the markets. the u-k is the fifth largest national world, as well as one of our top 10 trade partners -- and uncertainty --can lead to instability. in washington, i'm karin caifa. (ken) lawmakers in the house and senate have struck a deal on sexual harassment legislation. the long- stalled legislation will revamp the way harassment complaints are made and handled on capitol hill.
news that negotiators have a deal likely assures the bill's final passage this year. the bill will reconcile the house- and senate-passed versions into one bill that overhauls the congressional accountability act. for the first time, lawmakers will have to pay harassment settlements from their own pockets, rather than using taxpayer money as had been done in the past. (pam) san francisco congresswoman and house minority leader nancy pelosi .... is moving closer to reclaiming the gavel .. when democrats take over the house next month. she made a deal wednesday with some of her fellow democrats ... who had been trying to block her from becoming speaker of the house again .. the deal would give pelosi another áááfouráá years in the leadership role .... and essentially act as a bridge to new generation of lawmakers. as part of this agreement, pelosi is also backing a proposal to introduce term limits for other house leadership positions as well. the speaker vote is set for january third. pelosi said, even if the term limit proposal does not pass, she
will stick to the deal. (ken) a historic flight for first lady melania trump. take a look at this video posted on the first lady's twitter page. it shows melania trump and others flying over parts of virginia and the atlantic ocean in a v-22 osprey. it's the first time a first lady has ever flown in an osprey, which can fly like a plane and land and take off like a helicopter. melania trump's flight was part of a series of military-themed events she attended today. her agenda included this stop at joint base langley-eustis in hampton, virginia, where she spoke with u-s military members and their families. the first lady also spoke and gave high-fives to children waiting for her arrival at the base. about one-hundred service-members and their families listened as the first lady thanked them for their sacrifices.(ken) after her remarks at
langley, she flew out to the u-s-s george h-w bush for a tour and to spend time with the crew. (ken) a new muppet is coming to sesame street. the reason you can't find her on the t-v show. (pam) a letter is found on the floor of a walmart. why the employee says.... it is so important to find the owner. (sports) coming up in sports,the warriors facing the raptorleonard, but toronto still showed be the league. details ahead.
employees of a walmart in georgia are seeking the owner or owners of a letter. but it's not just any letter.(pam) it is a 64-year -old love letter ... from a u-s soldier named max ...to a woman named martha. amber worthy reports. jennifer hendrix:"you have the lady in this picture waiting for her soldier to come home. you see movies like 'message in a bottle' and you wonder 'can you be that attached to letters?' and then these letters landed in my hands and i'm connected." connected to the story of max and martha.this letter was postmarked on july 30th of 19- 54.it was found on the floor of this dalton neighborhood walmart last week.jennifer hendrix:"actually these letters were found by an associate of ours. his name is dakota and he happens to be in the national guard. he just left for deployment. he was really wanting to find the owners of them and they landed in my hands."a guardsman who
knows the importance of every handwritten letter sent back home.this letter talks about max's dreams to come home in 15 days and ask martha's parents for her hand in marriage.jennifer hendrix:, "it's something that we only dream about most days with our social media and the fast pace of the world, so i want to know the story behind them and i want to reunite someone with the piece of their heart that is obviously missing right now."this letter reads ..."i ran out of paper and had to borrow some. hope you can read this. take care of yourself honey, stay sweet and remember i love you. good night sweetheart. lots of love max." hendrix says this is a love like no other.jennifer hendrix: "like i want to find the owner of these letters so bad. i want to reunite someone with these letters, but even more than that i want them to realize that this is a 64-year-old love story. this is someone who has held on to these letters for 64 years and that type of love is untouchable. i'm so excited. we need to find them." (ken) 'sesame street' is trying to raise street' is 'sesame (ken)
(ken) 'sesame street' is trying to raise awareness about childhood homelessness... ...by introducing a homeless muppet for the first time. meet lily-- a character whose family has lost their home. lily was originally described as being 'food-insecure' ... because her family lacked consistent access to food. now, sesame workshop has expanded lily's storyline ... to include that her family stays with friends. lily's journey with homelessness will not appear in televised episodes-- only in online resources. (pam) ellen degeneres is thinking about ending her iconic daytime talk show.
the comedian astevealed her predicament to the new york times in a new interview. degeneres says, her current contract comes to an end in 20-20 -- and she is trying to decide whether she wants to keep doing her hit talk show.. or move on to something else. degeneres says, she is torn between advice from her brother -- who wants her to keep going -- and her wife, actress portia de rossi, who wants her to take on new challenges. "the ellen degeneres show" debuted in 2003. it has won 57 daytime emmys. (ken) a new movie hitting theaters this weekend is based on an award-winning novel set in an unusual future. david daniel has a preview. (nat) "what is .. is london." (nat)"mortal engines" is set after an apocalyptic war, when towns on wheels roam the ruined earth, trying to avoid "predator cities" like london..."london! london!"...which consume
slower, smaller cities for fuel. the film's world was created by peter jackson's "weta digital" team. hugo weaving, who also starred in jackson's "lord of the rings" and "hobbit" movies, knows them well."there's a sense of working together, and how do we visualize this world? how do we talk about the people who, who inhabit this world? who are they, and what do they think, and what do they feel? and how do we bring that to life?""it's wonderful, as a writer, to just know that you're putting it into the hands of people who are going to bring it to life." oscar-winning visual effects artist christian rivers found himself in new territory on "mortal engines" -- the director's chair."i never expected that my first feature film would be something of this magnitude, which is why i had a huge amount of support." "take this, and stay out of sight until i give you the signal.""what signal?""i'm not that subtle."hera hilmar (here-ah hill-mer) and jihae (gee-hay) take on the lions' -- or lionesses' -- share of the action."every male and female both have strengths and vulnerabilities, and we just
the, the feminine vulnerabilities, and not vice- versa. and so it's, i think it's refreshing and exciting for us to be able to portray that, that strength aspect." "and the fact that it goes together.""yeah!""you know what i mean? like, nobody's strong without being weak, too.""yeah!"(nat-blast)"see, i knew you wouldn't leave me." "shut up and run."in hollywood, i'm david daniel. there is a reason the toronto raptors have the best record in the nba... even without kawhi leanard... out with an injured hip... they dispatched the 2-time defending champion warriors tonight in oakland... steph curry and draymond green... didn't play aganst the raptors in toronto... back tonight 1st quarter... kyle lowry... nice pivot and finish for the bucket... and finish for the bucket... and one... lowery a thorn in the
warriors side all night serge ibaka... still doing his thing... the dunk off the pick and roll... he had 20 points and 10 boards lowry... this time sticks the three-pointer... he had 23 points and 12 dimes kevin durant... look at this... behind the back and to the rim... throws it down... he had 30... but golden state still down by 16 at the half 3rd quarter... danny green.. posting up steph curry... the easy hoop... he chipped in 15 curry... klay thompson.... and draymond... combined for only 26 points a long night for the dubs... toronto the 113-93 soon have the services of a 5th all-star... demarcus cousins joined santa cruz warriors practice this morning the 4-time all-star center was assigned to the dubs g-league affiliate on monday so he could get some work in before his return to the hardwood... it looks like he is aiming for a christmas day debut against lebron james and the lakers cousins has not appeared in an nba game since january after suffering a torn achilles tendon... he was signed as a free agent
last july before we go-- turning back to that major development on the raiders future in oakland for the 2019 season. scott mckibben, executive director of the coliseum authority, confirmed with kron4 news that he received an email from team president marc badain saying that the lease extension proposal negotiated between the team and the authority is now off the table. --meaning there were talks between the two parties, but the raiders have decided to make this move a day after being sued by the city of oakland. --this is consistent with what team owner mark davis has talked about before...as he's gone on record saying that if the team is being sued, they won't play in oakland in 2019. --for now, there's even more focus on where the raiders are moving to vegas... --earlier today at the nfl owners meetings, davis discussed the lawsuit..as well as potential options for 2019. mark davis says:"one is merit-less and the other one, the attorneys will understand that it was malicious and i'll leave it at that and i'll let the attorneys do all the rest of the speaking."reporter says: "is there any place or a chance you would go to las vegas one year early?"mark davis says:"options are open." reporter says:"since we're talking about options, san
diego, some people are feeling that out as a potential landing spot for a year, is that something.."mark davis says:"all options are open." reporter says:"you're not ruling out san diego? wouldn't that be something.."mark davis says:"no, not ruling anything out."reporter says:"is it possible you return?"mark davis says:"as i said emotionally, i don't wanna pay for my own lawsuit, but to the fans it's something they're gonna think about." (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast.
southern california got itself in trouble when it looked for food at the wrong place. the bird flew into a camera store in santa barbara monday - and didn't know how to get out. wildlife officials couldn't catch it because of the store's high ceilings. so they called in firefighters for backup -- and taller ladders. the hawk was later inspected and released. one firefighter says the ordeal put his improvising
be clear and cold tonight if you're going out. lows tonight will be in the 30s and 40s. patchy dense fog is likely again late tonight. on the satellite you can see a couple of storms lining up off the coast. we could see some more rain by friday afternoon with a stronger storm on sunday. a few showers are possible on saturday too. tomorrow will be dry and mild with highs in the 50s to mid 60s.
i'm natalie morales. and i'm craig melvin. and this is dateline on mynetworktv. i go, what are these things, anyway? he says, they're these little falcons. and he goes, they watch over the dead, jimmy. he goes, they do. narrator: what if someone asked you to risk your life? what if i get shanked, what if i get killed? narrator: to go undercover into one of the country's most dangerous prisons. once they stepped out the door, i was on my own. narrator: to help catch a killer. she had such a zest for life. narrator: young girls were being murdered. i can't imagine sending my daughter off to school and never seeing her again. narrator: and investigators needed help to get a confession. if anybody can pull it off, you'd probably be the one to be able to pull it off. narrator: but this snitch was different. he was already a convicted felon.