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shutdown... which is now entering its 32nd day. hundreds of thousands of workers are attempting to cope without their paychecks. for some.....things are getting tight... while a few are getting relief. john lorinc reports. a light at the end of the tunnel for roughly 300 furloughed federal employees. these department of homeland security workers won't be at their same positions.....but as of tuesday, they're on the payroll at their usual rate. others, like federal prison employee worker george little, aren't as lucky.george little/federal prison employee "we're suffering here. my family is suffering here."he hasn't been paid since the shutdown began last month. caleb mccoy is a hydrologic
technician for the u-s geological survey.he's been furloughed since late december. caleb mccoy/federal worker"i had heard about uber i kind of looked at it from time to time as a potential job opportunity something i could do to, you know, make some side money." meanwhile, the t-s-a reports ten percent of its employees called out sunday....saying many of those workers say they can't come to work because of "financial limitations."as for the standoff....president trump isn't bending on his demand for a border barrier. sen. elizabeth warren/d- massachusetts"our government is shut down for one reason - so that the president of the united states can fund a monument to hate and division along our southern border."i'm john lorinc reporting. ( robin ) another shutdown battle will soon be brewing in the senate -- where majority leader mitch mcconnell plans to bring president trump's proposal for a vote. ( robin ) six people were displaced in a house fire this mroning in milpitas. the fire broke out on the 400 block of manferd street... due to the close proximty of the neighborhood, multiple agencies were called to prevent the spread of the fire. the six people were able to safely get out of the
home by the time firefighters arrived, but one pet did die in the fire. we're still working to find out the cause of the fire. ( robin ) police in antioch are searching for a suspect in a saturday night shooting of a 20-year-old woman. police say, they received several calls about a woman in the 9-hundred block of west seventh street, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. the woman was taken to the hospital with what appeared to be non-life threatening injuries. ( robin ) a modesto couple say they were shocked to wake up and find out their house had been vandalized by paintballs early saturday morning. janeice and douglas partridge say more than 20 paint-ball sized holes were found dripping with yellow paint outside their home. janeice, is a full-time care-giver to her husband--- a disabled navy veteran who suffers from a rare brain disease. they've lived at their home for more than a decade.
here and we don't have any enemies. never did.">( robin ) the force ripped through their window screen, punched holes in their vinyl siding and splattered their front screen door. at first they thought their homeadneighb told them their house had been shot up from the street with a high-powered gun. ( robin ) the f-b-i is trying to track down a suspect it calls the "traveling bandit." investigators say, this man robbed at least seven banks in six states - from florida to utah - in less than a month. the f-b-i says.. the robber is between 40 - and 50- years old... and usually approaches bank counters with a note demanding money and threatening with a weapon. so far, no one has been injured. ( robin ) boxer manny pacquiao's home was hit by a burglar ..while he was in nevada over the weekend. a spokesman for the famed fighter confirmed... his los angeles home was broken into while he was out of town.
los angeles police say... suspects ransacked the home and took property. no one was home at the time. pacquiao had a fight with adrien broner in las vegas saturday. the 40-year-old boxer dominated the younger fighter... and retained his w- b-a welterweight title. ( robin ) neither of the bay area's n-f-l teams made it to the super bowl... but this game wi'll be a matchup of a couple of bay area quarterbacks. kron-4's kate rooney gives us a preview of the patriots' tom brady and rams jared goff.. chris myers says: "you and the rams are going to the super bowl." jared goff says: "unbelievable man, can't put it into words."on one side of the field will be rams quarterback jared goff...who hails from novato, played at marin catholic and cal, and was the number one overall draft pick three years ago. he's heading to his first career nfl title game.jared goff says: "we're still so fresh removed from it...definitely went through a whole gamut of emotions when the field goal went in from excited, to emotional to just
overwhelmingly happy. very excited, we get to play in the super bowl and we earned it, we deserve it."then there's patriots quarterback tom brady...a san mateo product, serra high and and university of michigan grad, who was drafted in the sixth round. eighteen years and five championship rings later, brady is headed to his ninth career super bowl.tom brady says: "everything man, it's everything. on the road against a great team, they had no fight, they had no quit, neither did we."brady hasn't quit since he won his first super bowl at the age of 24. goff is 24 now...so will he be contacting someone older for some words of wisdom?goff says: "i don't plan to. i don't have many veteran quarterback friends. but if i can get some advice from anyone i will definitely reach out."the man who might best be able to relate won't be available, as he's quarterbacking the opposing team. but if goff follows the brady plan, he'll pause to enjoy the moment.brady says: "these are memories that'll last a lifetime. i said a few weeks ago that i'm blessed to
find something i love to do, that i love to work at. that's probably been the biggest blessing of my life. i love working hard at trying to make improvements, and every year we start and a different place, and i love the grind of it, being in the moment."the biggest moment, of course, will be a super bowl 53 victory...and whether it belongs to the qb from marin, or the one from the peninsula, there will be plenty of bay area pride. ( robin ) the first time the warriors and lakers played this season ... the warriors got blown-out at oracle. last night's rematch in los angeles was a different story thanks to a red-hot klay thompson. he was the star of the game. klay hit an n- b-a record 10-straight three- pointers. seven of those 3- pointers were hit in the 3rd quarter alone. klay was benched in the 4th quarter after scoring a total of 44 points. he picked up the slack for steph curry and kevin durant ... who scored 31 points combined. golden state wins their 8th straight game in a blowout ...
washington wizards in our nation's capitol thursday night ( robin ) dozens of volunteers came together in natomas, just outside of sacramento, -- to build bikes for local children and teens. it was the seventh year of the 50 -bikes for 50- kids program. those involved say doctor martin luther king junior day.. should always be treated as a day of service. so teams of volunteers worked with deserving kids to assemble their new bikes! several bike mechanics were also on hand to ensure the bikes were put together correctly. ( robin ) the children and teens who received bikes were selected by teachers and counselors to be honored by the program -- for demonstrating traits such as respect, responsibility, and citizenship. (robin) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news
( robin ) in national news... former florida sheriff scott israel spoke out on his forced removal from office for the first time since his suspension . he talked about his removal... in an israel expressed his d. disappointment over florida governor ron desantis on a radio show -- saying, "i never betrayed my oath to this country." governor desantis suspended israel earlier this month... citing his handling of the mass shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school. < "we feel that the
suspension was illegal, we feel the suspension was unwarranted. i've done nothing even close to warranting to suspenstion, and we'll go to court.">( robin ) israel plans to take his appeal to the florida senate in march. ( robin ) in today's health minute, reid binion gives us one more reason why we should be getting more than six hours of sleep per night... and it's a big one. are you getting enough sleep? are you sleeping soundly through the night?your arteries can probably tell you. sleeping less than six hours a night or waking frequently increases your risk of damaging plaque building in your arteries.that's according to a study published in the journal of the american college of cardiology.it's the first of its kind to show the connection between lack of sleep, and atherosclerosis throughout the body.that's when your arteries narrow from a buildup of plaque.this slows
blood flow, putting you in danger of stroke, heart disease, and other complications. nearly four- thousand spanish men and women with no history of heart disease participated in the study.each wore a small device that measured how w well they slept over the six h more likely to have atherosclerosis than those who slept just one or two hours more. and when it came to quality of sleep, participants who woke throughout the night were 34-percent more likely to have plaque buildup than those who slept soundly.health minute, i'm reid binion. ( robin ) 4 your money this morning.. everyone's been there... you're looking at something online ... you click over to another page ... and then pops up an ad for the very thing you were just viewing. targeted advertising is commonplace on the internet... especially social media platforms... but a new poll suggests most people don't know those annoying pop-ups are directed specifically at them. here's mary moloney with the story. facebook c-e-o mark zuckerberg
testified last year before a congressional committee --ri of the cambridge analytica breech ... that users have complete control over the the information they share on the platform.but a new pew research center study suggests most facebook users don't know that facebook records their interests to generate targeted ads --or how to access that information on their profiles. 51-percent of the participants said they aren't comfortable with facebook compiling the data.but facebook isn't the only company collecting and using information about their customers.clickstream data is a history of webpages a person has visited.it's collected using cookies -- tiny text files embedded into websites. cookies enable marketing companies to compile records of a person's browsing habits ... so they can specifically target their advertising.a person's search history ... purchase history .. and social media profile data is all part of the clickstream -- and all used to create targeted ads.
though third-party cookies get a bad rap -- most are harmless. they can't plant computer viruses and they can't collect personal information from a hard drive.and the increased ad revenue generated by targeting ads for products a person might actually buy ... allows users free access to many websites and apps that might otherwise have to charge a subscription fee.cookies ácaná be disabled for users who aren't comfortable sharing their online habits.the setting can be found in a browser's "settings" or "privacy" tab.for consumer watch, i'm mary moloney. (robin) still ahead at 5 on the kron four morning news... shot and killed... police need your help looking for the person who killed a grandmother. (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport.
deciding on a venue. contra costa county partnered up with the national park service to offer couples to get married inside the historic john muir house in martinez on valentine's day. the ceremonies will be held between 10:20 a.m. and 3:20 p.m. on feburary 14th. weddings will be held in a room that contains a chandelier, grand piano and a view overlooking the property. the victorian-style home was built in 18-82, according to the county clerk-recorder office. people can make appointments for ceremonies at the clerk-recorder office in martinez. ( robin ) coming up at 5... a first in california as governor newsom appoints a surgeon general. ( robin ) plus... kamala harris is running for president... and now some political leaders are sounding off on the big announcement. ( robin ) and... more to help bart commuters... as crews get ready to expand its
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