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big story out of the south bay ... a woman was fatally shot by police san jose. police say she tried to run over officers early christmas morning. kron4's sara stinson is live in san jose. san jose police are still investigating this officer involved shooting that happened early christmas morning.take a look at cell phone footage from when shots rang out between officers and shooting suspects.this happened just after two in the morning yesterday when san jose police responded to shots fired near story road and
clemence avenue after someone reported hearing gunshots. officers arrived to find two adults each suffering from at least one bullet wound.police say officers also saw a car that matched the description of the vehicle used by the shooters and it had been reported as stolen.officers tried to stop the car - but the driver drove away and that's when a pursuit began. police say the driver eventually crashed into a chain link fence near the intersection of leigh and fruitdale avenues. they say the driver got the car unstuck from the fence and drove towards officers and then rammed into a patrol vehicle. four officers opened fire and bullets struck the driver and the passenger.witnesses described the shooting to us. the driver died and the passenger was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.after treatment police say she was taken to jail on an outstanding arrest warrant.no officers were hurt in the shooting.though - the officers get put on routine paid administrative the investigation continues.
< it sounded like deep firecrackers and it was just horrifying...it sounded like blanks. i didn't think they were going to kill someone.> ( will ) thanks sara. ( darya ) new this new this morning...we now know the name of the man killed in a shooting on christmas eve in san francisco. police say 32-year-old jovan reed was found inside a car monday. the shooting happened in the 1300 block of evans avenue. reed was pronounced dead on the scene. shot spotter alerted police to the area. officers say reed was driving the car and crashed following the shooting. ( darya ) in pacifica ...
police are looking for two men who smashed a sliding glass door and burglarized a home early christmas morning the homeowner was alerted by a notification from a motion detector at around 4 a-m of two men in his backyard. when police arrived at the scene, they saw one man climb over a backyard fence and run into the street. officers closed off the scene but were unable to find them. police say at the men got away with stolen the home. ( will ) san francisco police have arrested a man they believe stabbed a woman early christmas morning ... and he may be connected to a deadly stabbing the night before. the first stabbing happened just after 5:30 christmas eve night in the 4-hundred block of jessie street. a 70-year-old woman was found with stab wounds .. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the second stabbing happened just after 12:30 yesterday in the 100 block of third street. a 46-year-old woman was found with life-threatening stab
wounds. 27-year-old michael jacobs was arrested at the second stabbing and was booked into the san francisco county jail. ( will ) another big story we are following... todayis the 5th day of the partial government shutdown... and so far there is no end in sight.( darya ) kron 4's washington correspondent drew petri-moe has the latest. from his doorstep -- guy padget can see history. he lives across the street from the frederick douglass house where the 19th century civil rights icon worked to shape the nation. guy padget, lives near frederick douglass house: "few bus loads of people come through daily and kids and things like that." on holidays -- padget says the neighborhood is usually bustling. but not this one. guy padget, lives near
frederick douglass house: "it's just a quiet day today." signs outside the house explain why -- due to the government shutdown -- the historic site was forced to close its doors. guy padget, lives near frederick douglass house: "its just a sad moment." across town near the white house -- the national christmas tree needed a private donation just to turn the lights on. the smithsonian museums are open for now but visitors aren't waiting around. officials say they'll close early in the new year if the funding impasse isn't resolved. cindy greengold, museum visitor: "get it while its still open. do it while we can." drew petrimoulx, reporting: "lawmakers are not scheduled to be back in washington until thursday but if negotiations continue to go nowhere -- they may stay home." for guy padget that means the neighborhood will likely remain still -- no tourists or bus loads of kids until lawmakers come up with a solution to fund the government. guy padget, lives near frederick douglass house: 'they need to get their act together. its sad and gloomy. you see it for yourself." in washington, im drew petrimoulx happening today... store across the country are opening early fir shoppers trying to return holiday gifts. kron 4's yoli aceves is live in union square with some tips that could save you some time. yoli.
taking a look at the big board... the dow jones is trying to bounce back a little after one of the worst christmas eve trading days in history. on monday the dow dropped more than 600 points. so far this month has been one of the wost decembers in the last 10 years. ( will ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... a warning for people in the east bay... scammers could be trying to steal your social security number. ( will ) and a heads up before you eat your next avocado. the f-d-a has a warning for you this morning. ( will ) and after the break... fresh powder in the sierra. what you can expect if you are heading up to tahoe for the new years weekend. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
( will ) ( darya ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. comfortable weather comfortable weather continues today after a nice christmas eve yesterday. expect daytime highs to peak back into the upper 50's and low 60's with little change expected moving forward through the remainder of the year.
lets get a quick check of traffic this morning. here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. in the east bay ...contra costa county prosecutors are warning about scammers stealing your social security numbers. the scam involves someone calling and asking you to pay a fee to unlock your
social security number because of criminal activity. the scammers then ask to confirm your social security. officials say the social security administration will never call and ask for a person's social security number. ( will ) and today marks the official start of kwanzaa. the holiday was created in 19-66 by african studies professor doctor maulana karenga. it is celebrated by millions of people of african descent all around the world. kwanzaa lasts seven days and celebrates family, community and culture from african and african-american origins. feasts are also part of the festivities as well as the lighting of seven candles representing the principles of kwanzaa. ( darya ) for your moy this morning... there's a warning about avocados. and kids are turning away from facebook. joya dass is live at the nasdaq with those
stories and more. ( joya )good morningusa today assembled a panel of 11 and 12 year olds and they agreed that facebook was for old people. all of the kids on the panel had smartphoness, all iphones, and they did say that phones following their wherabouts was quote -'creepy'.the kids did like youtube and instagram, which i s owned by facebook. amazon will introduce a new fee for sellers using its fulfillment by amazon program and who want to store and fulfill "dangerous" items like aerosols and lithium-ion batteries.the new fees come after a can of bear repellent fell off a shelf and released fumes in an amazon warehouse in new jersey, injuring dozens of workers.the new fees will go into effect on february 19. the fda warns that unwashed avocado skins could lead to listerian poisoning.it's telling customers to simply wash the produce before consuming it.while people don't typically eat the peel of an avocado, the same knife
is often used to peel it as to slice the fruit inside. shoppers delivered the strongest holiday sales increase for u.s. retailers in six years, according to early data.mastercard spending plus says u-s holiday sales were 5 point 1 percent.many retailers touted the option to buy online and pick up in store through christmas eve. overall, sales in that category increased 47% from nov. 1 to dec. 19, according to adobe.live from the nasdaq marketsite, i'm joya dass back. to you ( darya ) thanks jane ( will ) coming up on the kron4 morning news.. new years is almost here and we've got some tips to help you stick to those resolutions. ( will ) and then... the latest on the death of a bay area teenager over the holidays... and the man charged with murder. ( will ) and here is a live look at the traffic at l- a-x this morning as people begin heading home from their christmas vacation. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
eve yesterday. expect daytime highs to peak back into the upper 50's and low 60's with little change expected moving forward through the remainder of the year. ( will ) for your health this morning... getting healtier may be part of your new year's resolution but it can be hard to stick to some of those healthy habbits.( darya ) reid binon has some tips to help. if you're looking to develop new healthy habits for the new year, you need to start with
commitment and consistency. breaking in a new habit can be a challenge but repetition helps it become the norm.for instance, the first few days at a new gym or morning workout routine can be rough. that's why experts suggest you start small with your goals. take a walk at the same time everyday.extend the time and distance gradually.no one expects you to go all in on day one.you shouldn't either. if you currently do not have a regular meal schedule, look into changing that.eating your meals and enjoying healthy snacks at the same time everydaycan improve your metabolism.that's why it's important not to skip meals to save calories.know your limits. and don't set unreasonable goals.if you want these new habits to ( will ) coming up after the break on the kron 4 morning news... the crisis at the border gets worse ... after another child dies in u- s custody.we have the details.
whoa! the mercedes-benz winter event is back and you won't want to stop for anything else. [ barks ] ho! lease the c 300 sport sedan for $399 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. (darya)(james) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... comfortable weather continues today after a nice christmas eve yesterday. expect daytime highs to peak back into the upper 50's and low 60's with little change expected moving forward through the remainder
of the year. lets get a quick check of traffic this morning. here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. ( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) a big story this morning. an 8-year-old boy from guatemala ... died at an immigration detention center at the border. the little boy is the second guatemalan child to die in
traffic this morning. here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. ( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) a big story this morning. an 8-year-old boy from guatemala ... died at an immigration detention center at the border. the little boy is the second guatemalan child to die in immigration custody in less
than a month. kron 4's sanaz tahernia has the story. december 25th is a day that most people joyfully celebrating with family.but for one father, it's now a day that represents tragedy and loss.u-s customs and border protection announced tuesday that another child has died in its custody.8-year-old felipe alonzo gomez from guatemala died just after midnight on christmas at a hospital in new mexico.according to the guatemalan ministry, felipe and his father were detained when they entered el paso on december 18th.on christmas eve, a border agent noticed felipe wasn't feeling well. officials say he was taken to the hospital but was released after being diagnosed with a fever and prescribed antibiotics.later that say the boy began vomiting and was taken back to the hospital... where he died.felipe is the second immigrant child that's died in detention this month.
just a few weeks ago, a 7- year-old guatemalan girl named jacklin caal maquin died less than 48 hours after she was detained at a new mexico border crossing.with regard to felipe's death, cbp officials say they've sent the proper notifications and the agency's office of professional responsibility will conduct a review.cbp typically releases migrants or turns them over to ice after a few days.agency guideless say immigrants generally shouldn't be detained for more than 72 hours in cbp holding facilities.and families are almost always released quickly due to limited space in ice family facilities.and now being released probably won't mean as much to felipe's father, without felipe by his side. ( darya ) ( darya ) a crisis near the the texas mexico border. more than 12-hundred undocumented immigrants are expected to be released into el paso this week. that's in addition to the seven-hundred migrants who were already released in el paso on sunday. u-s customs says they are releasing them to ensure families are not detained longer than the timeframe permitted. non-profits in el paso had to scramble to find shelters.
governor brown recently announced the 143 pardons and 131 commutations to people convicted of crimes in the state of california. ( darya ) police in vacaville say they've arrested the man who shot and killed a teenager.( will ) 39-year-old diagnet montoya was booked into the solano county jail and is now charged with murder. pedro rivera has the latest. vacaville police say early monday morning, just after midnight, 39 year old diagnet montoya was sitting in his vehicle when he was approached by a group of 5 people. thats when some kind of argument began at some point, montoya left
the argument and went into his apartment to retrieve his gun...the verbal match continued. a short time later, someone in the group threw a bottle towards montoya and thats police say when the 39 year old fired a single shot as for montoya, he has been booked into the solano county jail on murder charges.as police continued throughout the morning to gather evidence, neighbors say they are now thinking of a family dealing with a tragedy during whats supposed to be a joyous day ( will ) that was pedro rivera reporting for us this morning. in international headlines ... rescuers
continue to look for survivors after the deadly tsunami in indonesia.the tsunami killed at least 430 people, and that number is expected to rise. more than 21-thousand people have been displaced. rescuers are using drones and sniffer dogs in their search efforts. (will) coming in the 8:00 hour on the kron 4 morning news ...we'll take you to an old fashioned christmas celebration in california's gold country. ( will ) and after the break... a christmas for everyone in the bay area. we'll show you the event put on by volunteers for people in need. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
the christmas holiday brought out the giving spirit in people all over the bay area and one event in particular in the east bay--- was aimed at helping people in need. more than a thousand people received gifts, toys, hot meals and a lot more ... at the light of grace korean presbyterian church in martinez it's called christmas for everyone. those who are less fortunate in contra costa county are treated to a one stop, one of a kind, christmas experience.
never had, like a bike, at this age on christmas> gifts also included clothing and winter coats that will help folks stay warm this time of year. a local salon was also there volunteering their time to give free haircuts. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning buzz... on the kron 4 morning buzz... ba-humbug.. warriors give the fans a lump of coal for christmas. but no matter how bad they were the game didin't disappoint one group of warriors fans.. plus how long will the lakers be without lebron..
breaking news this morning out of stanislaus county. a manhunt is underway for the gunman who shot and killed a police officer. these are images of the gunman from surveillance video. newman police say 33-year-old officer ronil singh was shot and killed during a traffic stop just before 1 o'clock this morning. it happened at the intersection of merced street and eucalyptus avenue in newman. singh was able to radio for help after the shots were fired. he later
died at a local hospital. the gunman drove away from the scene in what police believe gray, extended dodge ramp pickup truck. ( james )( james ) ( darya ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. comfortable weather continues today after a nice christmas eve yesterday. expect daytime highs to peak back into the
too much egg nog.. cuz they played like they had a hangover last night.. sloooww, sloppy and all out of sorts.. this game was like an ugly christmas sweater. cheap passes.. tacky fouls.. and nobody could make a shot.. steph and klay combined for 20 points.. yes i said, combined. the warriors shoulda killed lebron and his young lakers instead.. the lakers lostto a groin injury in the 3rd quarter and still they beat us: 127 to 101.coach kerr says it was a real smack in the face and now everybody is kicking themselves:
injury.. the lakers beat us without lebron.. i glossed over it in the highlights.. but this could be a big deal, we don't know yet... the lakers were up 71-57 with almost 8 minutes left in the third quarter when james felt a pop- it was his groin. he left the game with 17 points, 13 rebounds and 5 assists. and you thought.. ok this is when the warriors will come back.. and they did: came within 2 points.. but then stella got her groove bk.. stella!!!!! the lakers pushed their lead to 31 points.. this is the first time they've had to play any length of time without lebron and they don't know yet how long they'll have to keep it up. he gets an mri today.. these groin injuries can be bad.. remember steph's groin injury sidelined him for 3 weeks! and even though the warriors lost last night.. some warriors fans still feel like they got their money's worth.. because they got to go for free.. michelle kingston explains. . michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"what a day! it
was so amazing to watch these kids have a christmas they'll never forget.""merry christmas! i am so excited to have you guys out at the game today!"more than 30 oakland public school students walking in to oracle arena for a christmas day full of surprises.camielle ann mackey washington"i thought we were gonna sit on the court and watch the warriors game and we walked in herend i was like, 'whoa.'"first stop -- a room full of gingerbread houses ... basketball hoops ... food ... and"woooooooo!"steph curry."hi steph curry!""i can't believe my eyes this is happening! i can't believe this is happening!"steph curry, golden state warriors"it's a pleaure to have you guys and hopefully we get a win for you alright?" high fiving the kids ... taking selfies ... and wishing them a merry christmas -- today's event was part of the golden state warrior's season of giving campaign -- and before the game started -- all the kids were shuffled out to the court for one last surprise ....alejah maxie "hopefully i don't lose my breath or my voice."acharra shepherd"i feel like when i go
( will ) florida has a unique christmas tradition. every year hundreds of santas show up on cocoa beach in flordia to hang ten. they also parties on the beach --- in between catching tasty waves. people come from across the country to take part in this tradition --- some even this tradition --- some even come from other
countries to catch a wave with saint nick. this is the tenth year the surfing santas have hit the waves at cocoa beach. ( will ) coming up in the next hour of the kron 4 morning news... the government shutdown is now in it's 5th day... we wil let you know if congress is any closer to reaching a deal to reopen. ( will ) plus... we have the latest on a deadly officer involved shooting tuesday in san jose. ♪ there's no place like home for the holidays ♪