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her... are demanding the u-s change its travel ban policy, so no other family has to go through something like this, again.((2shot)) that mother is now at oakland children's hospital.. where her son is on life support. thanks for joining us, i'm pam moore.((ken))and i'm ken wayne. the state department granted shaima swileh a visa just two days ago...after she spent more than two months apart from her son.tonight..they are back together.((dbl bx))kron 4's alecia reid is live at san francisco international airport with the latest...alecia?
4's dan kerman with the latest you are looking at a tesla model s on fire for the second time in the same day... it was towed to this campbell tow yard tuesday evening after initially catching fire outside a los gatos tire shop hours earlier . sot capt. bill murphy/santa clara county fire dept. :12we worked with tesla throughout the day yesterday and believed at that time it i was safe to tow here but there are variables in teh batteries and technologies and we are working thorugh to ensure they are extinguished and will not reignite.but despite cooling the vehicle for 6 hours, it did reignite... which industry analysts say is not uncommon for electronic vehicles.sot sam abuelsamid/navigant research analyst :39with batteries while they are less likely to catch fire than gasoline but when they do they are harder to put out and also a signficant risk they will reignatie and this has happened numerous times over the year going back to to 2011 with a chevy volt sam uh
bool-al sam-id is an automotive technology analyst with navigant research. sot the reason why batteries can catch fire is due to a short circuit in a battery which is usually caused by some physical damage so often tiems it happens after a crash or after some type of physical damage.at this time it's unclear why this tesla caught fire the first time or the second timestandup dan kerman/ 129for its part tesla says a tesla vehicle is ten times less likely to experience a fire than a vehicle powered by gasoline. dan kerman kron 4 news. (pam) even though this latest tesla fire is raising safety concerns about electric cars, some consumers still want to buy one.(ken) kron 4's gayle ong is live at the tesla store in san jose's santana row with reaction from potential buyers. gayle?
the interested buyers i spoke to are not worried about electric car fires.they want to buy a tesla because they like fast cars, they want to help the environment.and they see the past car fires as isolated incidents. busy foot traffic at the tesla store on santana row wednesday. this after a fiery incident the night before..a tesla model s caught fire in las gatos hours later it caught fire again after it was towed to campbell.the cause is still under investigation.but an anonymous source at tesla tells me just by looking at the wreckage,either the cars battery pack got damaged or the tow truck may have damaged the car getting it onto the bed...the battery pack takes up the bottom of the car,past fires occured from people running over debris, puncturing the battery packs. tesla as since added more armor.back here on santana row, excited electric car enthusiasts window shopping. it's one of the hottest cars on the market. tesla motors started in silicon valley - and is now known as the fastest electric car.as this tesla owner was driving off..he tells he is of course concerned about safety,but says it's all about taking care of your stuff.and
for most - their car is their prized possession tesla tells us safety is the primary consideration when designing new models.they are investigating the incident that happened yesterday and are working closely with first responders.live in san jose gayle ong kron 4 news. (pam) in the south bay... two women are in the hospital after getting hit by a car early this morning. this is surveillance video showing the car barrelling down the street before hitting
the women in the crosswalk. in happened at the intersection of 33rd avenue and berrywood drive .. around 6:30 a-m. the incident happened in a school zone... and authorities say, the skid marks on the road indicate.. the driver was going well over the 25- mile per hour limit. (pam) police do not have a description of the car that hit the women .. they are asking anyone with information, to give them a call. this is the second hit and run accident in san jose three days. (ken) police in san francisco are releasing more information about a car involved in a deadly hit and run. this is surveillance video showing the suspect's car... as well as the woman believed to be the driver. the hit and run happened a week ago at bush and leavenworth. police are now saying that the car that fled the scene is a dark colored 2007 or 2008 honda fit. the car is expected
to have front end damage. 58-year-old teresita collins was killed in the crash. (ken) happening now... a mysterious light appeared in bay area skies tonight. it's cause is not 100-percent certain yet... but the national weather service said it was likely a meteor. this isn't the first time this phenomenon was seen in california, but it is still causing a lot of speculation. the light appeared to streak across the sky during a scheduled rocket launch at vandenberg air force base. so some people thought it was related to that... however, officials say that launch was actually canceled because of issues with the booster. nasa has not yet commented. by the way if you have video or pictures, we'd love if you would share them with us on the kron4 mobile app - using the report it tab...easy to upload them there. let's take a look outside right now... chief chief meteorologist
lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. (pam) concord police are investigating a homicide involving a homeowner and a possible intruder. it happened last night around 9-20... on phoenix street near placer drive. a homeowner told police, someone rang his doorbell. a few moments later .. someone began kicking the rear door.. then broke a window in order to get into the home. the homeowner--- fearing for his homeowner--- (pam) concord police are investigating a homicide involving a homeowner and a
possible intruder. it happened last night around 9-20... on phoenix street near placer drive. a homeowner told police, someone rang his doorbell. a few moments later .. someone began kicking the rear door.. then broke a window in order to get into the home. the homeowner--- fearing for his life--- shot at the suspect... who later died in the backyard. investigators believe the homeowner was targeted because he cultivates and distributes marijuana. (pam) a san francisco police officer has been arrested and charged with robbing a bank. that's according to court documents filed by the f-b-i.. rain olson daugherty is accused of robbing the east west bank, in the sunset district of san francisco. daugherty allegedly handed a teller a note demanding money... then told her to quote "calm down... just do it." approximately 9-thousand dollars was stolen.. the officer is currently suspended without pay. this is not the first time daugherty has been in legal trouble. he
is among nine currentand former officers.. who sued to keep the police commission from disciplining them ... for sharing racist, sexist and homophobic text messages back in 20-11 and 20-12. the courts earlier this year... allowed that action to move forward. (pam) another big story tonight... a bay area man wanted in connection to the shooting death of a 17- year-old teenager from san ramon ..... has been arrested in texas. (ken) our grant lodes joins us now with the details. (grant)(grant)(grant) 21-year-old christan kelling of fremont has been arrested at a home near austin, texas. police say they received a tip that he fled to that area to avoid being caught. kelling was wanted in connection with the murder of 17-year-old damani chadly.. a senior at california high school in san ramon. the incident happened in fremont three
weeks ago. police are describing it as a marijuana deal gone wrong. they say kelling was selling pot to chadly and his 19-year-old friend, when there was an altercation. officers say that is when kelling fired several shots into their car... killing chadly, who was a passenger. the driver was taken to the hospital and later released. police say kelling showed up at the home in texas unannounced and was planning to leave the country. kelling will be arraigned on the charges of homicide and attempted homicide. (ken) the demolition of the ghost ship warehouse in oakland has been put on hold... which one city leader finds puzzling.(pam) meanwhile... the attorney representing the victim's families ... tells kron4's haaziq madyun, she does not want the property sold ... at least not yet. demolish but do not sale. that is what the attorney representing the families of the 36-victims of the ghost ship warehouse fire in oakland against the owner of the property is asking a judge in the civil lawsuit against the owner of the propertysot
alexander/attorney for families of fire victims: "we told them we do not want them to be able to sell the property. it's an asset. their asset that really should be used to compensate the victims. that's our position on it">mary alexander, the attorney representing the families, says if the property is awarded as compensation to her clients, they could then build a memorial to their loved ones on the site where they died in fire while attending an illegal musical event sotshe says her clients are not opposed to demolishing the building. the city previously approved a permit for the work. it has since been put on hold due to a technicality discovered on the permit application, which is news to the councilmember who represents this districtsot noel gallo/oakland city council: "i am surprised! the date wasn't right or the address? how can that be? but anyway we are here today as part of the neighborhood saying tear the building down. honor those who lost their lives and let's create something for the young people the future generation">also named as defendants in the civil suit are the the city of oakland, pg&e, max harris the person who hosted the event, derek almena the person who leased the property and the owner of the auto shop next door who allegedly allowed ghost ship to use the auto shop as a source of electricity. trail date has been set in october 2019...in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news
(ken) president (ken) president trump's border wall possibly crumbling before it's even built.(pam) just days away from a shutdown... the senate has approved a short- term spending bill to fund the government through february 8th...(ken) a bill that does not include the five-billion dollars trump demanded for the border wall. kaitlan collins has the latest.. the white house tonight bracing to cave...trump: "we'll see what happens, it's too early to tell - we need
border security."after senate majority leader mitch mcconnell announced he'll introduce a bill that would fund the government through the new year and end a looming government shutdown...but deny the president funding for his much promised border wall... trump: "i am proud to shut down the government for border security, chuck."the move will put funding the government into the hands of newly empowered democrats next year...while effectively closing the door on one of the president's loudest campaign promises...natstrump: "do not worry. we are going to build the wall, okay?"three sources close to the president tell cnn he has become increasingly sensitive to criticism he's breaking his promise...as conservatives who were once his allies have become his critics...ann coulter: "it'll just have been a joke
presidency that scammed the american people, enraged, the, you know, amused the populists for a while, but he'll have no legacy whatsoever."the fight over the wall has created a bitter divide inside the west wing...between aides who are pragmatists...and those who are idealougues.sources tell cnn stephen miller...a hardliner on immigration...to ld colleagues building the wall would be nearly impossible after republican losses in the midterms...yet he continued to dig in this week....stephen miller: "we're going to do whatever is necessary to build the border wall..."brennan: "that means a shutdown?"miller: "if it comes to -- absolutely."that as other officials have struggled to explain how u.s. taxpayers won't be the ones footing the bill if the wall is built... sanders: "the president has asked every agency to look and see if they have money that can be used for that purpose, and that's exactly what we're doing..."critics quick to point out those agencies...are funded by taxpayer dollars. despite aides signaling an impending concession, trump maintaining today the wall will be built 'one way or another'but the president's aides won't say with confidence if he will sign the measure without the funding for the wall.recalling this moment from last march, when trump threatened to veto the spending bill just hours before signing it...trump: "i say to congress, i will never sign another bill like this again." this again."another bill like
this again." a live look outside..lawrence has the forecast lawrence karnow: cool fog slowly gave way to partly cloudy skies and cool temperatures. high pressure brought dry weather to the bay area today. on the satellite you can see high pressure sending the storm track north. clouds will increase by tomorrow afternoon with a chance of showers tomorrow night. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to low 60s. it should be dry into the first part of the weekend with a chance of showers late saturday night and into sunday morning.. more rain is possible christmas eve and
(ken) a new york times investigation revealed that facebook shared its users' private data, without its users' consent, with other tech giants including microsoft, amazon, spotify, and netflix. but facebook claims... that is not what happened. kron 4's gabe slate breaks it down with facebooks explaination on what they were doing. the new york times has reported that it obtained internal facebook documents that show how the social media giant arranged to share data with more than 150 companies. the new york times says amazon got access to facebook users names and contact information through their friends on the social network, yahoo could look at user's friend's posts. while microsoft's search engine bing was allowed to see the names of virtually all facebook users' friends without consent.the times also said in their report, streaming services netflix and spotify had the "ability to read facebook users' private messages.sound from - adam schwartz is a senior staff attorney with the eff's civil liberties team"i use facebook and was alarmed" adam schwartz
is a senior staff attorney with the electronic frontier foundation's civil liberties team, he says it's time for action to hold facebook accountable.sound from - adam schwartz is a senior staff attorney with the eff's civil liberties team"it's time for government to take action" a few of the companies named in the report have already spoken out.microsoft, amazon and yahoo told the times any data they accessed was used appropriately. netflix replied to the times on twitter that it "never asked for, or accessed, anyone's private messages."in a newsroom blog post facebook said --- "none of these partnerships or features gave companies access to information without people's permission,"and that "facebook's partners don't get to ignore people's privacy settings, and it's wrong to suggest that they do.facebook says they worked closely with four partners to integrate messaging capabilities into their products so people could message their facebook friends - but only if they chose to use facebook loginand in a statement sent to kron 4 news facebook said quote - "we know we've got work to do to regain people's trust. protecting people's information requires stronger teams, better technology, and clearer policies, and that's where
we've been focused for most of 2018. partnerships are one area of focus and, as we've said, we're the integration partnerships that were built to help people access end quote in san francisco gabe slate kron 4 news (pam) coming up .. just before the christmas holiday.. firefighters spent the day learning about the dangers of a dry christmas tree. (pam) and how a good act... left teachers speechless while on a field trip with students. and east bay kidset an early visit from santa... the toy giveaway for families in oakland. (lawrence)ten at ten
scrutiny and criticism... for writing a letter on her brother's behalf, appealing to the governor to help her brother, who is in prison. (pam) kron four's terisa estacio caught up with the mayor today.. who defended her actions... terisa estacio, reporting san francisco. "here in san francisco - the mayor tells me she knew she would face
criticism for writing a letter to the governor on behalf of her brother.. but that she believed it was an important step to take. mayor london breed, san francisco. i knew this was going to be an issue... and i knew it would be shot down, but i have long defended those serving time unjustly. and i wrote this letter on behalf of family members. san francisco mayor lond breed speaking out about the backlash she is facing about that letter to governor brown....it was back in 2000 when breed's brother napolean brown was convicted of pushing lenties white out of a car on the golden gate bridge. white died of her injuries. brown has also had a record of drug arrests and convictions. mayor breed. he clearly needs help. he needs treatment. the victims mother has reportedly spoken saying she does not believe that brown should get any reduced sentence. however, this man... who served time for his crimes, and was attending an event with mayor breed quickly came to her defense. i think it is the right thing to do... for family to speak up and help. terisa estacio. the mayor says she has not spoken directly to the governor. the
angeles is stepping down .... amid a sex abuse crisis in the church. pope francis accepted auxiliary bishop alexander salazar's resignation today . in a statement, los angeles archbishop jose gomez said, in 2005, an allegation was made against salazar ... of misconduct with a minor. the alleged incident happened in the 1990's when salazar was a parish priest and not a bishop. the incident was previously investigated by law enforcement, but salazar was not prosecuted. details of the accusation were not disclosed, but the archbishop said, salazar has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing. his resignation comes .... as the vatican says it is planning to improve its process of handling allegations of abuse. (pam) police have found the body of a missing woman out of roseville. briana ferguson went missing last friday... she was last seen at her home just before 3- in the afternoon. roseville police received a tip ... that ferguson's jeep had been seen
in a remote area of nevada county. her body was found nearby. nevada county investigators do not suspect foul play was involved. (ken) a fresno mother is charged with child endangerment after her 8- year-old daughter was killed after being hit by a train. police say the mother encouraged the girl to cross under the train while it was stopped. the mother... 44- year-old joy collins said she was afraid her kids would miss the school bus and told her two children to cross the tracks.... by climbing underneath the stopped train. her son made it through.. but the train started up when the daughter was underneath. (ken) (ken) fresno police say the train was only stopped for 12-
seconds before the girl was hit. this was also not the first time collins had her children cross the tracks. her son is now in child protective services. lawrence karnow: cool fog slowly gave way to partly cloudy skies and cool temperatures. high pressure brought dry weather to the bay area today. on the satellite you can see high pressure sending the storm track north. clouds will increase by tomorrow afternoon with a chance of showers tomorrow night. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to low 60s. it should be dry into the first part of the weekend with a chance of showers late saturday night and into sunday morning.. more rain is possible christmas eve and christmas day.
a san jose family tells kron 4... that someone has been stealing their christmas decorations..(ken) it happened last week in the willow glen neighborhood and the thief was recorded on surveillance video. kron 4's charles clifford has details. well, christmas is less than a week away and the decoations are up on homes all over the bay area. the family that lives in the home behind me here put up their deocations just after christmas but there are a few things missing.this is is surveillance video from a home along gavota avenue in san jose. it was recorded just after 4 in the morning on december 11th.in the video a shadowy figure can be seen walking onto the lawn and stealing 4 christmas decorations, including a
mickey mouse, a mini mouse and a rudolph. in all the thief is in front of the house for just a few minutes and then leaves in a car.sothe knew right what to go fortim lund lives here with his family. he was upset to find that someone had stolen his decorations, espeically the disney ones which are his kids favorites. sotim angry and upsettim called police and filed a report online but so far, no suspects have been identified. lund says that many of his neighbors have also had their decorations stolen.sotwe have seen reports. two people who live around the corner had things takenwith christmas just a few days away, tim is doubtfull his missing ornaments will be returned but he says this won't dampen his family's holiday spirit.soti'm angry enough to want the individual to face some sort of correctinal action.sotyou bent my christmas but youre not breaking it. i still got the spirit.anyone with information is asked to contact the san jose police department. in san jose, charles clifford kron 4 news.
((ken))the holiday cheer got handed out .. to children who otherwise might not get a present this christmas.2500 colorfull wrapped presents greeted kids at the s-e-i-u local 1021 office in oakland. all the gifts were donated, as was the time to wrap them up so nicely.families pre- registered in advance to get the presents.if it was not for these gifts, kids might not get any presents under the tree.going through a hard time so it means a lot right nowin past years we could not buy any presents because we did nt have enough money for everyone there was a time that my child was at the point they could not get a gift they were going to walgreees to get something for 99 cents just to have something under the tree that is why it is really touchng to me that we can bring a smile to peoples facessanta also santa also made an appearance.
he posed for pictures with the boys and girls...this is the first year s-e-i-u hosted a toy-give-away..and based on the success of all 2500 presents being passed out, the union wants to make this a holiday tradition. ((2shot))((ken)) plenty of smiles today... thanks to one bay area non profit.((pam)) as kron 4's maureen kelly shows us, volunteers in san jose are doing what they can to help children experience the magic of the season. today's the first day of sacred heart community service is annual toy giveaway. where they try to make kids of working families struggling to make ends meet here in the bay area have a happy holiday season. their goal is to help over 6000 kids by giving away close and 19,000 toys. parents or guardians who made appointments are able to shop with a volunteer elf to help pick out two toys and a book per child and angela lottery and enter a lottery to possibly win a bike. this is the 54th year that this nonprofit has held this toy giveaway. they've already given away nearly 7550 pound boxes of food this holiday season. despite being located in the silicon valley here in the bay area common one of the most expensive regions in the united states if not the
world. they say the need is real. "our members report to spending 80% of their paychecks on housing costs alone. it's really leaving a little left behind for them to celebrate their holiday traditions." those i talk to picking out toys for their kids say they really appreciate the help. " and christmas morning for my kids is going to be unbelievable. they are going to be smile's they're gonna be happy it's gonna be a joyful joyful day for all of us."the toy giveaway continues until 8 o'clock tonight and will continue on thursday. they say there is still time for people to donate new toys or money. they are short at this point close to 7000 toys. maureen kelly kron4 news ((pam/ots)) new tonight at ten... they beautiful and can light up the holiday season ... but authorities are reminding people.... there are dangers when it comes to your christmas tree. they can easily catch fire if you do not take proper precautions. pedro rivera explains... this house on antelope north road in antelope needed to be demoslihed...metro fire was looking for a place to demonstrate christmas safety... so whats a better way to do both? well set a christmas tree on fire.captain chris vestalé sac metro fire 'we get a few of these every single year and they range from a candle that was left next to some kind of curtains or other decorations, bad christmas lights that might be fray and might ingite a table clothe or even a christmas tree... pedro rivera 'and we arenút time here all it takes is a matter of your tree to go up in flames "once
metro firefighters finished their debriefing, the tree was set thrity seconds later...20 seconds later, flames made its way to the roof...captain chris metro fire 'as much heat as they put off its very easy for them to spread to the structure " :03 áááthen :03 ááástructure " ((pam/ots)) new tonight at ten... they beautiful and can light up the holiday season ... but authorities are reminding people.... there are dangers when it comes to your christmas tree. they can easily catch fire if you do not take proper precautions. pedro rivera explains... this house on antelope north road in antelope needed to be demoslihed...metro fire was looking for a place to demonstrate christmas safety... so whats a better way to do both? well set a christmas tree on fire.captain chris vestalé sac metro fire 'we get a few of these every single year and they range from a candle that was left next to some kind of curtains or other decorations, bad christmas lights that might be fray and might ingite a table clothe or even a christmas tree... pedro rivera 'and we arenút talking a long time here all it takes is a matter of seconds for your tree to go
up in flames "once metro firefighters finished their debriefing, the tree was set on fire and thrity seconds later...20 seconds later, flames made its way to the roof...captain chris vestalé sac metro fire 'as much heat as they put off its very easy for them to spread to the structure " :03 áááthen eventually the entire structure was up in flames... according to the national fire protection association there is more than 150 fires started by christmas trees a year, so avoid being one of them, there are some important tips... captain chris vestalé sac metro fire 'water your christmas tree, use listed christmas lights dont use indoor christmas lights outside your property and make sure youút have any sources within three feet of a like a christmas tree " (pam)(pam) how good samaritans stepped up to help a class while they weret lunch. we explain next. (pam) and president h-w bush's service dog has returned to his dog training center... what's next for the pup.. coming up. (sports) coming up i'll have all coming up i'll
and the holiday spirit just hits you... yes! or when you get the best deal... 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. says.... she was left
speechless by an act of kindness from a stranger .... when she took her group of students out to lunch. gina benitez has the story. for this group of students, it was just supposed to be a typical outing.these kids, with different developmental disabilities, are part of the special education program at
south miami senior high school. jacquelyn lara/teacher:"so once a week we take our kids out into the community basically to teach them life skills and social skills. so we'll go to the mall, we'll go to lunches."this week it was this florida city cracker barrel.but at the end of the meal, instead of a bill, the group got a note.jacquelyn lara/teacher:"i mean honestly i was speechless. i looked at the waitress in awe. i just honestly felt -- and i was telling my co-workers that she kind of restored my faith in humanity."the note reading, "merry christmas. just a way to say thank you for all you do for the children. please use any money left over on a party for the kids. may god bless you all."the bill for all 22 of them was taken care of.gina benitez/reporter:"when that waitress came over and explained what had happened, what were your first thoughts?" jennifer coco/teacher:"tears. tears of joy. i mean we didn't expect that at all."jennifer alcaide/student:"it made us feel really good because no
one has ever done that and we felt so surprised that they paid for our bill. and we were really thankful for that."gina benitez/reporter:"you said no one'ever done something nice like that before?"students: "yeah nobody // never."the couple who paid for the bill... asking to remain anonymous.but the students paying them back by paying it forward... making thank you cards to show their appreciation...grateful for a gesture no one was expecting. jacquelyn lara/teacher:"we are so thankful, because even if it was $5 given to us, the fact that someone noticed and did that gesture, it speaks volumes of them and just of humanity."students:"thank you!" (pam) the service dog for the late president george h-w bush.... is back home. sully won the hearts of millions... when images of the pup laying beside bush's coffin.. went viral. the two-year- old labrador retriever was specially- trained to support the elder bush. now, sully has returned to the facility that trained him -- america's vetdogs, in smithtown, new york. but it is a temporary stay.. for the
holidays only. sully is now headed to the dog program at the walter reed national military medical center. he will be helping wounded soldiers and active duty personnel with physical and occupational therapy. (ken) after appearing in two previous d-c comics inspired movies, jason momoa dives back into his role for "aquaman's" first stand-alone, big screen adventure. rick damigella reports. (nat)"permission to come aboard?"jason momoa is a hero born of two worlds in "aquaman.""i've already got one of those.""not like this one you don't."the movie marks momoa's third appearance as aquaman."you have to have fun with it, i mean it's, a, it's an action adventure, and it is. it's that fantasy that we're going to this whole other world, and just seeing it through kids' eyes, you know what i mean? like when they're, arthur first goes down there, you've got to, you've got to fully commit, even though it's just a blue room, you're like, 'wow.'""you think you are unworthy to lead because you are of two different worlds. but that is exactly why you are worthy." amber heard stars as the atlantean hero, mera."she's strong, she is, she has agency, and she lets nothing stop her, and that will and that resolve is something that i really appreciate seeing. oh, and that she's also just happens to be a woman.""the time has come for atlantis to
rise again."aquaman takes on a pair of villains in his big-screen solo outing, including his half-brother, king orm."he's got a very understandable fight in that he's upset at what the surface world has done to his ocean, and so, uh, uh, to our ocean, so i think you can, he's easy to sympathize with.""who the hell are you?"(nat blades)he is black manta, aquaman's second foe in the film."he has a lot of attitude, he has audacity because he's funny, he's witty, he's resourceful. and i think people want to be able to, people want that, you know, out of their villains. they know they're going to get a really good story and a really good fight from this guy.""my parents made me what i am. i am the protector of the deep."in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. the warriors were on the road tonight were on th damigella.i'm rick damigella.
the warriors were on the road tonight taking on the utah jazz.....>utah has had a rough season.....but they are always a tough team to beat in salt lake city....>rody gobert....one of the best defensive presences in the nba.....>we pick things up in the second quarter....steph curry doing what steph curry does best.....he knock down the thre to tie the game......32 for steph on the night....>near the end of the half....rudy gobert catches the oop from rubio....51-49 jazz......>rubio....51-49 oop from rubio....51-49 jazz......> 4th quarter....joe ingles hits a three pointer to make it 93- 82....ingles had 20 points on the night....>warriors down by the trey to make it a three point game......>warriors still down three....seconds left.....andre iguodala misses
the trey.....steph curry chases down the rebound but they say it's off on curry....and warriors lose 108-103.....> the 49ers are coming off of their most impressive wins of the season.....>and they want to ride that momentum out for the rest of the season......> and big reason for them being able to get that win on sunday is because of the play of quarterback, nick mullens.....> mullens went 20-29 with 275 yards and a touchdown pass on sunday.....most importantly, he didn't turn the ball over.....>mullens play as of late has really opened up the playbook for head coach kyle shannahan.....> nick's been real consistent. there's definitely a number of times i haven't called a good play and it hasn't ended up bad. that's what allows you as a play-caller to be more aggressive. you always want to call the perfect one. sometimes, you've got a smaller chance of getting it, but if the risk isn't as low, then you feel a lot better doing it more." every one here every one here
in the bay area loves them some marshawn lynch.....>and it's no secret that he loves his hometown of oakland......> so much so, that he took it upon himself to attend a city council meeting tonight and voice his concerns about his city's sports teams dropping like flies.....>"we're losing the warriors. we're losing the raiders. best not lose the a's. (i) appreciate it." appreciate it." (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast.
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back on earth, after more than six months in space. the three-member crew closed the hatch on their soyuz capsule today - and prepared to undock for the trip home. during their time at the station, they conducted scientific experiments and did maintenance work. but before their departure, they ceremonially handed over the station to a new crew, who'll stay there until june. lawrence karnow: cool fog slowly gave way to partly
cloudy skies and cool temperatures. high pressure brought dry weather to the bay area today. on the satellite you can see high pressure sending the storm track north. clouds will increase by tomorrow afternoon with a chance of showers tomorrow night. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to low 60s. it should be dry into the first part of the weekend with a chance of showers late saturday night and into sunday morning.. more rain is possible christmas eve and christmas day. ♪
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