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tv   KRON 4 News at 6  KRON  December 19, 2019 6:00pm-6:31pm PST

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cab. share a ride. whatever you choose to do, go safely, california. (ken) they lost everything --- but walked away with their lives. an 11 year old girl saves her family. how she says she knew what to do -- when flames erupted. and how the community is coming together to help the family days before christmas. (ken)thank you for joining us tonight at 6, i'm ken wayne. (pam) and i'm pam moore. that quick thinking young girl is credited with saving the lives of her family tonight.(ken) kron fours rob fladaboe has more on the story from san jose. (daughter and father hug
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breaking news right now- as we're learning more about a bomb threat at san francisco state university-(ken)
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kron4s dan thorn is live there now- dan what's going on? we saw
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(pam) police want you to take a look at the man in this video. he uses pepper spray on the clerk as he steals money from the register. (ken) tonight police are asking for the public's help identifying this man before he strikes again... kron4's haaziq madyun gives you a close look at the man in the video
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(ots) in the east bay... a group of people are now behind bars ... after a robbery turned into a highway police chase. four people are accused of robbing a lowe's home improvement store in fremont this morning. police tried to pull them over on interstate -880 ... just south of the marina exit in san leandro... but they kept driving. the c-h-p and oakland police got involved in the chase ... which ended a few minutes later on the 900- block of edes avenue in oakland. authorities discovered several boxes of stolen, new power tools in
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their vehicle. all four suspects were arrested. (ken) it's a dramatic end to a high as all three people accused in the death of keith green, will be walking free by mid january. (pam) today - san mateo county prosecutors annoucned... they will ánot be trying kaveh bayat for a second time. following this story for us tonight is kron 4's dan kerman- he's live outside the san mateo county jail in redwood city- dan what was the mood like when bayat walked out?
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searching for a suspect who showed off too much of himself in public. alameda police are trying to i-d the man on the screen. they say he entered a subway on webster street tuesday and exposed his privates. he is described as a black man, about five- foot-six, 160 pounds... with short hair and a mustache. he was wearing a long-sleeved shirt, jeans, black shoes, a gray hat and gray backpack.
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a live look outside right now... as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence coming up... if you have hard boiled eggs in your boiled eggs in you have hard coming up... if coming up... if you have hard
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boiled eggs in your refridgerator... you may need to throw them out. what the c-d-c says they could be contaminated with. plus... president trump is now the third president in u-s history to be impeached... tonight many are left wondering about the next steps ... as the senate awaits the articles of impeachment. (ken)and... those annoying robocalls that we all hate... could soon be a thing of the past. we explain... after the break.
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on the economy, a unique leader. mike bloomberg's created over 400,000 jobs. as president, an opportunity economy that works for us. tax fairness -- where the wealthy pay their fair share. education .. affordable college and high skill vocational training
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so people can succeed in the new economy. economic security .. lower cost health care and affordable middle-class housing. proven leadership on jobs .. to build an economy where people don't just get by, they get ahead. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. the senate has approved a
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bill to crack down on the persistent and costly problem of robo calls ... it's now awaiting the president's signature. he is expected to sign it. the
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measure would stiffen penalties and enforcement.. and give consumers tools to identify and block those calls. a consumer expert says the bill is an important step - - but robo calls won't disappear overnight. the scam calls have flooded americans' phones -- and enforcement against them is difficult---with many scammers overseas. now -- the traced act requires phone companies to offer call- blocking apps for free.. and verify the number that's calling you is real. however -- experts worry that scammers will try to find ways around the new rules. still -- one phone company is applauding the bill's passage -- saying it will supercharge the fight against robo calls. (pam) 42-million- people are expected to fly this holiday season. the transportation security administration says, that number is up three- point - nine percent from last year. t-s-a says, the increase in travelers could lead to a slower security process -- so people should be prepared. to ease the travel proces, s the agency says .. avoid
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wrapping gifts ... put alcohol in your checked bags... and if you are traveling with decorations, just make sure they can fit in the plane's overhead bin. (pam) and if your heading to s-f-o to travel for christmas vacation tomorrow - the airport is asking to pack your patience. tomorrow will be was the busiest travel day at the airport ... with more than 180- thousand people flying from s-f-o. saturday is expected to be just as busy ... with more than 170- thousand people traveling. the next couple of days will see a dip ... with the day after christmas seeing numbers back at 157- thousand. the airport is asking travelers to get to the airport 2- hours prior to departure time for domestic flights ... and 3- hours for international flights. (ken)scary moments along the peninsula this morning. this after a large tree smashed into a home in the emerald hills area of redwood city. it happened around
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7-30... just off 2-80 near the edgewood exit. the large oak tree broke from it's roots and fell onto a home along ferndale. the tree actually sat along the driveway to another home. rain may have been the cause of the tree falling due to saturated ground. fire crews did come out to check on the homeowners... fortunately no one was injured. let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow brings us up to date on the return to stormy weather this weekend
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(ken)state prosecutors found no evidence of animal cruelty in horse deaths at the santa anita park race track. a task force formed by the los
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angeles district attorney... found the 49 deaths at the track during a 12-month period ending in june... happened at a rate higher than the national average, but lower than previous years in the past decade. the d-a's office made two dozen recommendations for improving safety at racetracks... and said she would sponsor a bill to make veterinary records more transparent... for horses racing in california. (ken) áwarning system success.á a new app aimed at preparing california residents for earthquakes was put to the test for the first time. coming up tonight at 6:45... how this new technology already made a big difference. (pam) up next ... the hard boiled eggs in your fridge ... could be contaminated with listeria. now health officials are warning you to throw them out. ♪ a cat cafe sounded better in my head. ♪ ♪ next time i'll go to jack, at least then i'll get fed. ♪ head to jack in the box and experience the
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joy of missing out with my $5.99 white cheddar cheeseburger combo. ♪ only at jack in the box! ♪ that will makeout washington insiders very uncomfortable: term limits. you and i both know we need term limits, that congress shouldn't be a lifetime appointment. but members of congress, and the corporations who've bought our democracy hate term limits. too bad. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message because the only way we get universal healthcare, address climate change
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and make our economy more fair is to change business as usual in washington. there are those who will say thatoo fat.: too skinny. too hard. too soft. too old. too much. too unexpected. too limited. and to them we say too bad.
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because at kaiser permanente, we believe that everyone deserves the right to thrive. ♪ nev♪ wish i was at jack, right their burgers are great. ♪ head to jack in the box and experience the joy of missing out with my $5.99 white cheddar cheeseburger combo. ♪ only at jack in the box! ♪ health... officials are warning people to throw out store bought hard- boiled eggs ... because they could be
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contaminated with listeria. one person has died, and four others have been hospitalized. according to the centers for disease control, these eggs involved those sold in bulk... to retailers and food service operators. the centers for disease control ... and the food and drug administration are both investigating the outbreak. they say, pregnant women, people over the age of 65, and people with weakened immune systems.... should avoid eating pre- packaged hard boilded eggs. (2-shot) the affordable care act's remaining constitutionali ty was put in jeopardy after a ruling wednesday that deemed the law's individual mandate unconstitutional. a u-s court of appeals made the ruling, but ordered a lower court to take a look at the rest of the law ... to determine how much of it should stand. morgan wright reports. (ken) still ahead... more than
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two dozen inmates suddenly sick. now, four california prisons are on a mission... after an alarming viral outbreak. (pam) next at 630... the house has impeached president trump- but it is unclear when the senate will take up the case. we'll take a closer look at why things could hit a stalemate in washington. wimpy trash bags? c'mon.
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i wish... get hefty® ultra strong™ costs less than glad® forceflex where sold head to head. (ken)breaking news... law enforcement has concluded their search at sfsu... the investigation determined that there was no threat to public safety. the main campus remains closed tonight and will reopen for regular operations friday morning.


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