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. thank you for waking up with the "kron 4 morning news" on this martin luther king jr. holiday and inauguration day in washington, d.c. we are looking at the buzz this morning ahead of the presidential inauguration public ceremony that gets underway in a couple hours. >> ryan throws under need for jones. he makes the catch. it's knocked down and the game is over. the 49ers are going to the super bowl. >> they are. it was a nail biter. we'll show you what happened
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with that and now that the niners are on their way to the super bowl, which brother is going to come out on top? >> also, we're tracking the weather. cold right now. it looks like we'll have a nice mild afternoon. >> good morning. a pretty nice afternoon, lots of sunshine. if you weren't outside yesterday, you can get out and enjoy it today. we'll below freezing in several spots, mainly the north bay and the east bay interior valleys. later this afternoon wall to wall sunshine. some spots in the mid- to upper 60s. tonight we'll keep clear conditions around. temperatures will drop to the 40s and 50s. if you are just leaving the house, napa is 30 degrees, 31 in fairfield, mess anton 29, 37 for hayward and redwood city. temperatures will climb this afternoon. . as you might expect, because it's a holiday, there is light
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traffic around the bay area. look at the bay bridge. that tells the whole story. the metering lights have not been activated. we're in the 7:00 hour. it's a light and easy ride. no hot spots. light traffic all around the bay area. >> thank you. out to the west lawn of the capitol, as we have a live look in washington, d.c. the stage is set. people are arriving. it's officially inauguration day in washington. they're expecting anywhere from a couple thousand to 800,000 people in the lawn there. president obama took the oath of office yesterday as did the vice president. constitution mandates that the president start his term on january 20 which fell on a sunday. that's why they did that. the public inauguration will happen the next day which is today, martin luther king jr. holiday. the nation is abuzz. the public oath will happen at 8:30 our time. i don't think he'll put his hand on the bible until 8:55 or
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something like that. it's one of the most highly anticipated moments, the speech. what will he say during his inaugural address? we'll see. >> we'll talk about that right now with our political analyst. he's here ahead of the big moment. hi, michael. >> good morning. >> we already saw the actual oath yesterday. >> this is the seventh time that an inauguration that fell on a sunday will be honored on a monday. it's because the reason why the courts are closed on sundays. they decided to not make federal workers work on a weekend. we'll make them work on monday. >> today is a holiday. >> they're still working. for the president today, this is his second inaugural address. the crowd will be a little smaller. he was there four year ago with the # .8 million people. it will be maybe half that. the second inaugural is
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interesting because everyone expects it to be shorter, not as much porch and circumstance. the inaugural ball has been cut down. every president wants it to be a big thing for them. what is the second inaugural address you want? everyone wants it to be roosevelt's second inaugural or lincoln. here the president still has a split public in terms of how confident they feel about the world going forward. so he will try to i think put some optimism and hope in his speech and leave out the specifics for the state of the union which is in three weeks. >> in the first inauguration it's hope filled. you are new. on the second one, i would imagine it's way more difficult because you have your track record and then all of the problems that you face going forward. >> that's right. a lot of people think is --
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fdr's second inaugural was in the depths of the depression. he was trying to project an air of hope and confidence. i think that's what he will try to do here. we'll be here -- one quick trivia fact. what's the most popular name of presidents? >> james. >> james it is. >> of course it is. imagine that. >> we'll talk more to you throughout the morning. thank you. right now as the "kron 4 morning news" morning news continues, we have lots more ahead. we will continue our looks from washington, d.c., to see what is happening there. michael will be back in ten minutes. at 8:0 we'll carry the celebration and the inauguration and the ceremony live as it happens in washington, d.c. and continue our analysis.
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>> did someone say celebration? let's talk about the san francisco 49ers, an incredible comeback. the meaners set the georgia dome already down 10-0 when julio jones gets the strike from matt ryan. there's the pregame. tense start for colin kaepernick. here was the score that was the dagger. it appeared to be at the time. julio jones gets both feet inbounds with with a pass from matt ryan, 17-0 the score. then we got colin kaepernick with the hand-off to michael james to put the niners on the board. then colin kaepernick to vernon davis to bring the niners within three. down 17-14. when it looked like the niners would go into the half down three, the falcons put together an incredible drive, ends up with this towchdown pass, less than 30 seconds left in the half.
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niners down 24-14 at the half. the niners defense holds atlanta scoreless in the second. gore with the touchdown here to bring the niners within three. then david acres ties it up with a 38-yard field goal off the up right. his woes continue. harbaugh can't believe it. there's alex smith sitting on the sidelines. the niners with the drive once again and it looks like they were going to seal the deal. michael crabtree fumbles on the goal line and the falcons recover. the niners defense holds. the niners come back and score with this frank gore run. gore the mvp of the nfc championship game, final 28-24. jim and john harbaugh going to the super bowl, first time in 18 years that the niners are going. they'll try to join pittsburgh as the only franchise with six super bowl titles. two brothers will be coaching against each other in the super bowl. >> first time that's happened.
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niner fiver is still high this morning. we have been out live in the city talking to people who are still glowing. >> reporter: good morning. they can't believe it because 18 years is a long time to wait. now we have to wait a little longer, eleven more days until kickoff. you can see the ferry building behind me. probably shortly that light will be turned off. it's flowing red. that light should be on for the next eleven days all the way through to the super bowl. speaking of the super bowl, we're on our way in the celebrations started last night. here's video from the mission district. the reason why we're showing you the mission district in san francisco is because after the giants beat the detroit tigers, this was a troublesome spot for a lot of people. there was vandalism going on, trash being thrown into the middle of the street, not the case yesterday, a little more subdued.
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so all in all it was pretty good as far as the celebrations all over the bay area which are continuing this morning. here's reaction from one niners fan. >> i was like really screaming at the top of my lungs. i went outside to my neighborhood and kind of like really, really shouted toker to everybody. a lot of people saying niners. i was the only person. i came out. >> reporter: everybody now will claim that the biggest niners fan of all time including that man there. if you go out and talk to people in san francisco, of course we also will say the niners will beat the baltimore ravens in the super bowl. don't take our word for it. las vegas already believes the niners will win. they're favored by 4 1/2 points. back to you. >> thank you. a lot more niner coverage between now and super bowl sunday. we'll take a quick break. we'll be back with more in a
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. welcome back to the "kron 4 morning news." a developing story that we're following. one person killed, another hospitalized, after a shooting in san francisco's crocker amazon neighborhood. we're live with an update from sf general. >> reporter: good morning. that second victim is inside here at san francisco general hospital. the police continue investigation of the third homicide in san francisco in
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the first 21 days of 2013. according to the police, all this began shortly after midnight this morning when they were called to the 1,100 block of naples avenue. they discovered two victims with multiple gunshot wounds. they were able to determine that one of the victims was pronounced dead at the scene, a 43-year-old male. the second vaim, a 34-year-old male, was taken here to san francisco general hospital with gunshot wounds. those wounds are being considered non-life threatening. as investigation continues, obviously they're looking for some suspect information. not a lot out there right now. what they're saying is that the suspect is described as a white or hispanic male, dressed in dark clothing who apparently fled the scene on foot. not a lot of information. no details on an update of the condition from here at the
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hospital. if we get any new information on that second victim obviously we'll pass it along. this is the third homicide in san francisco in the first 21 days of the year. >> thank you. we'll be right back as the "kron 4 morning news" continues. ever since mom and dad
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. we're back. the nation's capital is abuzz
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as they're preparing now for the 57th presidential inauguration crowds. they're not expected to be as big last time around. we're talking up to 800,000 people will be there. >> major logistics. then a major public ceremony and a parade. renee marsh is in the middle of it all joining us from washington, d.c. hi. >> reporter: hi. you may hear it behind me. the band is warming up. they sound pretty good. a short time ago the choir warmed up a bit. the choir consisting of some students from staten island and a university in tennessee. we heard them. i want to show you what the crowd looks like here on the national mall. hundreds of thousands of people, around 800,000 people expected to pack the national mall to witness history today. they have been waiting down here patiently all morning because it's part of the process to get
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to where you need to get to. we got to capitol hill around 3:40 eastern time in the morning. it took us about an hour and a 1/2 before we could get through security and get in position. security is very tight around the capitol and throughout washington, d.c. as we wait for that swearing-in ceremony to begin. >> amazing the crush of people. if you are in place to watch the inauguration, there was a parade after that. there was no way you can do them both, right? >> reporter: absolutely not. with we have team coverage all over the place. i'll be here. we have someone else set up to do the parade. we have people all throughout the route in all of the key places where we'll see the first family and the vice president. so what's going to be happening today, the parade is one thing. that route goes through capitol hill, down pennsylvania avenue, to the white house. before that they'll have a nice
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fancy luncheon with some vips right here at the capitol. that will follow the swearing-in. we have a sneak peek at the menu which includes wines from new york state courtesy of senator chuck schumer who is over seeing the luncheon. they have grilled bison on the menu and apple pie. they have a nice lunch prepared for them. then it's more partying. they've been doing that all weekend. that continues this evening. the commander in chief ball is later on this evening. >> i have to ask your opinion. everybody is weighing in. are you a fan of the first lady's new hairdo? >> reporter: i love it. i love the bangs. i don't know if i'll do that. she looks great. i'm for bangs. i'm team bangs. >> thank you, renee. you read my mind.
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we'll have more on our inauguration coverage in a few minutes. right now let's look at weather and traffic. good morning. it's clear out there. but it's cold. we're looking live outside at our mount tam cam. we are still in the upper 20s currently in santa rosa, 40 in vallejo. mild start in downtown san francisco at 46 degrees. you will see by 8:00 a.m. most of us will be sitting pretty in the 40s. 30s along the delta. by lunch all of that green starts to fill in on the screen. we'll see 60s. temperatures will continue to climb this afternoon. we'll cool it down again. in the 50s by 8:00 p.m. the afternoon highs, mid- to upper 60s in the south bay, wall to wall sunshine, clear conditions will persist.
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los gatos high of 68, 65 in sunnyvale, low 60s in the east bay, very mild for this time of year. fairfield 60, 62 in danville. east bay shoreline mid-60s for berkeley and oakland. 63 for downtown san francisco, 62 in san bruno. clear conditions will persist as high pressure remains in control for the next couple of days. big changes to talk about, the 7-day highlights the potential for some rain wednesday morning. most of that wet weather will stick north of the golden gate bridge. it has the potential to spread its way south. we'll return to the sunshine thursday and friday. saturday and sunday another storm is headed to our area. looks like widespread showers for most of the bay area for the latter half of the weekend. >> we're continuing to monitor very light conditions around
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the bay area. light enough at the bay bridge that we have no backup or delay. we have no hot spots right now. the westbound commute, you can see it's light and easy traffic here. at the san mateo bridge there is a report of a stall westbound at the high-rise, right has not lane is blocked there by a box truck with a flat tire. the right hand lane is blocked. we don't see a backup or delay. for the golden gate bridge ride, still a very light trip here whether northbound or southbound. it's very light conditions. enough so that even with an accident now on the anymore its freeway southbound in from fremont at stevenson there is a brief delay for the nimits southbound. after a break, the "kron 4 morning news" will be right back.
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. in national news, investigators are still trying to determine the reason behind reason problems with batteries on boeing's new 787 dreamliner aircraft. the plane has been grounded around the world because of this. safety investigators say the battery that caught fire in the japan airlines flight of a 787 in boston earlier this month was not over charged as some
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experts had suggested. the investigators do say there could still be problems with wiring or other charging components. a scary moment on a flight heading into newark last night. the video showing this commuter plane that skidded off the runway at newark's liberty airport. it's a united airlines express plane. there were eight passengers and five crew on board. it was coming in from rochester when it made a hard landing and blew out the rear tires. the plane then skidded off the runwayment it came to a stop without hitting anything. no one of injured. we're following this developing story coming in with new information out of algeria. we're trying to get some video. we're getting word that two more americans are among the dead, three americans killed, seven make it out. islamic militants took over this natural gas complex in eastern algeria. there were about 800 people in
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the plant. most of them freed in two raids that took place. the american death toll sup to three. still ahead on "kron 4 morning news," we'll continue our team coverage of the inauguration day checking in with our political analyst about what's going on in washington, d.c., right now. we'll be right back. new nehoney nenchencof oofs s eegryoguyo and aholehorainra
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. good morning. welcome back. the big stories, the 49ers are the nfc champs heading to the super bowl now. it will be brother against brother. >> you see the president there. that's the other big story, the inauguration. it happens later this morning. in about an hour we'll expect portions of that ceremony to start getting underway. the big main event, the inaugural speech will happen closer to 9:00 our time.
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>> first we'll get a quick look at weather and traffic. good morning. it's sunny start to the day. it's cold. several locations still below 32 degrees. this afternoon very similar to what we enjoyed yesterday. expect wall to wall sunshine. temperatures in some spots climbing to the mid- to upper 60s. we're five to seven degrees warmer than the seasonal average. we'll keep clear conditions around tonight, temperatures droppings to the 40s and 50s. tomorrow another pleasant day. we'll stay in control of high pressure for the next two days. we have some big changes to talk about. umbrellas necessary by the middle of the week. we're not tracking any hot spots on this holiday monday. here's a quick commute check. it's light traffic at the bay bridge and all around the bay area. even on the san maich has a sta there isn't a backup or delay westbound.
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>> thank you. we have live looks from the u.s. capitol, the west lawn there outside of the capitol building, the stage being set. that's pennsylvania avenue with the capitol in the background. white house would be behind us. >> this is the parade route. so within an hour we'll see the inauguration and right now there's already a lot going on. so let's get to it right now with michael our political expert here to talk about it. >> good morning. >> we talked how this is a repeat of the oath. that already happened. this is a big public ceremony. >> sure. >> so everybody is already in place five, six hours ahead of time. >> usually people get in line about 6:00 or 7:00 a.m. they start letting people in at 8:00. you basically hopefully don't freeze too much. at some point about the time that the president's motor cade is ready to leave the white house, then everything shuts down. four years ago what happened, there was a mixup in the lines.
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several thousand people got caught in a pedestrian tunnel on the mall and never got out and never got to see anything. it was called purple ticket fiasco four years ago. right now they're in the white house. they went to church already. they're getting ready, going over the speech one more time, taking a few more cracks at it. the president is notorious for fixing everything until the last moment. they'll get in the motorcade in about a half-hour and go to the white house. the first president to ride in an automobile was warren harding. the first lady to go from -- to accompany the president to the capitol was william taft's wife. the first first lady to do the whole round trip to the capitol and back was lynn wilson. they've come a long way since then. >> they will walk a certain amount of the parade before
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they get -- >> after kennedy, no one got out of the war. carter in 1977 changed that. he walked the entire route. it's now tradition that at some point the cars open up spontaneously and they go out and do a few meet and greets. generally they stay in the car. if you look around, you will see little tiny figures on a lot of these buildings, wall to wall secret service lining the parade route. security is really tight. >> that's quite a long stretch. it's not just pennsylvania avenue they have to secure. >> no. they've got everything, independence, constitution avenue, streets on eat side of pennsylvania are shut down. this is something where washington, d.c., goes into lockdown. here's happier stuff. >> ok. >> the marine band is playing. that's when you realize that you can start moving about and blood comes back into your system. a shoutout to a friend of mine,
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the pride of st. alalbans, vermont, is conducting the band. this is something where tradition just plays a big part in it. i think this is one of the great things about how government's changed in the united states, but pretty much everything stays the same. this shows the world that we can change governments. we can have our own mini-revolutions or rebellions, but it occurs in an orderly, peaceful fashion. >> there will be a speech. this is also martin luther king jr. day. so will the president bring that in? >> well, part of it will be he'll be using two bibles today, the lincoln bible and the martin luther king jr. traveling bible. what king took with him as he traveled to draw inspiration for his sermons as he went and his activism around the country. there's a big significance to that for the president today. martin luther king's real first
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name was michael. >> was it? >> yes. >> all right. >> we'll be chating with michael all morning long. when we come back, we'll talk about the speech, what to expect in the second term, what the president -- how he's going to handle this. >> ok. >> thanks. the other big story this morning besides the fact the president will be sworn into office is the 49ers. they had a huge win yesterday. they faced off against the falcons in the georgia dome. the game got off to a rocky start. the niepers were trailing 17-0 at the start. they came back and they won the game 28-24 the final score. this will be the first super bowl appearance for the niners since 1995, 18 years ago. that game will be played in new orleans at the superdome on february 3. the niners will be trying to join the pittsburgh steelers as
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the only teams with six super bowl championships. i think they can do it. >> we hope so. they're a four-point favorite right now. everyone will be talking about the coaches. for the first time ever there will be more talk about the coaches. it's harbaugh versus harbaugh when big brother john and -- on thanksgiving day in 2011 the harbaughs coached against each other with john winning as the ravens beat the niners 16-6 in that game. this game will be especially tough for their parents, jack and jackie harbaugh. jasks the head football coach at western michigan and western kentucky. he retired in 2002. he's rooting for harbaugh. >> very diplomatic. >> thank you.
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we'll take a quick break. back with more headlines in a minute. we have a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. a little cold out there but we understand it will be warmer, nice. >> who do you root for? >> jim. >> we'll be right back.
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. welcome back. if you plan to head to new orleans to watch the 49ers take on the baltimore ravens, it's going to cost you big bucks. tickets on stubhub for the super bowl are starting at just over $2100. some tickets are being sold for a whopping $3315,000. plane tickets out of sfo to new orleans range from $1200 to
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$1500. i checked some of the motels. they can run for thousands a night. what about you? are you planning on making that trip to new orleans? how much would you be willing to pay? will you stay home? let us know on our facebook fan page. >> insane. thank you. let's head back to washington, d.c. this is the white house. a moment ago we saw michelle obama leave through that doorway and get into a limousine that was taking her to the capitol. a few sees ago we saw vice president joe biden. that leads us to believe the president is not far behind. this is the time when they'll be leaving the white house in that motorcade headed to the capitol and begin to do whatever they do inside the capitol in preparation for today's inauguration which is expected to officially kick off in a
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little under 45 minutes from right now. we're keeping an eye on that as we wait and wait and wait to see. i saw live shots of the capitol. there are a lot of dignitaries filing in, taking their seats. preparations are in their final stages. there we see the president of the united states getting ready. you hear the cheering crowds. looks like he walked out with senator schumer. . >> all right. so there he goes, the president
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being whisked away to his second inauguration ceremony, second meaning his second, his second term and also second because the first one was actually yesterday. so we'll continue to cover this live from washington, d.c. in a couple of minutes.
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today. very similar conditions tomorrow. we do have a big pattern change for the middle of the week. you will probably need the umbrellas. let's turn our attention to current conditions. we are in the upper 20s right now in santa rosa, 41 in novato, downtown san francisco at 47 degrees. check out the east bay, concord 29, same for mess anton. this afternoon mid- to upper 60s in the south bay. if you liked yesterday, you will like today. temperatures trending five to seven degrees warmer than average. los gatos will climb to 68 degrees, 67 expected in cupertino. mid-60s for mountain view and santa clara. the east bay won't be as warm as the south bay.
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we're still pretty mild and comfortable for this time of year. 61 for pittsburg and walnut creek. north bay lots of sunshine, dry weather today, 62 for petaluma, 63 in downtown san francisco. high pressure will stay in control for the next couple of days. it will start to break down by wednesday. that results in the potential for some rain. the overnight hours we're talking cloud coverage north of the golden gate bridge. look at that green. we could pick up some light rain overnight for santa rosa. this will continue to spread south throughout wednesday morning. we have put the potential for rain wednesday. dry by thursday and friday. had then the wet weather is back in the bay area as we head into saturday and sunday. we are not tracking any hot spots. here's a quick bridge check. light traffic is still the
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rule. westbound no delays through the maze or across the upper deck. san mateo bridge report add stall at the high-rise. traffic is light. it has not slowed the ride. the golden gate bridge has been problem free all morning long. traffic is very light. there are no delays through marin county. south bay shows awful these freeways much lighter than usual. no delays for 101, 280 or highway 85. . winning it this game, and we said at the start of this there's three super bowls to win. we've won two so far. now we have another one in two weeks. >> i hope they got a big hug
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going. i don't know what he's thinking. you have to call him and ask him much he's proud.
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. let's focus on the teams and the game and look at the teams and how they play and the two quarterbacks. what do you think about the
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prospects for that? >> if it was brady, it would be one thing. baltimore has a good quarterback, this joe flacco. just on paper, that colin kaepernick yesterday, two weeks ago he did it running the ball proceeddom thanly. yesterday he did it with his arm. the guy has everything going. they were behind 17-0 and he didn't fold. the guy is terrific. >> you heard about how expensive it is. we have been tracking it. if you want the cheapest tickets for two people, air fare and a place to stay, before you even buy a hot dog, we're talking about $8,000. >> seriously? >> when we were adding up last minute with what you could do, cheapest tickets $2,000, cheapest air fare $1200. watch it on tv anyway. >> poor j.r. stone will have to watch it on tv. he thought he was going. >> we got a crew going.
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>> i like will tran will be good. will is going, right? >> yes, he is. will is going. i'll just stay and do play by play with you. >> like i said, let the young people do it. >> we'll stay home and watch it on tv. i'm going to your house for the super bowl. >> i'm studying. i don't have time to socialize. >> we'll see you. go niners. we'll be right back.
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. coming up on "the kron 4 morning news," the niners are super bowl bound after beating the falcons yesterday. we'll recap the gamement president obama getting ready to take the oath of office in front of hundreds of thousands of viewers. we'll watch it live at 8:30. we're watching weather and traffic. [ male announcer ] subway has so many
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. subs six seconds left. ryan throws underneath for jones. he makes the catch. it's knocked down and the game is over. the 49ers are going to the super bowl. >> that's one of the big stories we're following on this monday, january 21st. the 49ers win. they're on their way to the super bowl. >> we are just 30 minutes away from the presidential inauguration ceremony beginning. there's president obama as he hopped in the car this morning. earlier live on the air to go to the ceremony, where there are hundreds of thousands of people gathered right now in washington, d.c., along with emily schmidt our live reporter in washington, to give us the latest of what's going on right now. things get underway at 8:30 our time. good morning, emily. >> reporter: good morning. today is a very public
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celebration of the president's second term. there are hundreds of thousands of people who have gathered here in washington, d.c. we saw crowds cheer as the presidential motorcade left the white house to go to capitol hill about 15 minutes ago. so many people just excited to be a part of this day for the 44th president of the united states. the first stop on the official inauguration agenda today came close to the first family's home, a traditional service at st. john's church across the from from the white house. it was a private event, a huge contrast from what comes next. the sane on the west front of the u.s. capitol. this is the moment that draws hundreds of thousands of people to the national mall for a chance to listen to a newly sworn-in president talk of his vision for the next four years. president obama's senior advisor tells cnn the address will be hopeful. it's a theme he spoke of in his first inaugural address in
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2009, choosing hope over fear and unity of purpose over discord. now more real political fights await over the debt ceiling and issues like gun control. the next few hours are about celebrating. first a parade from the u.s. capitol to the white house, then a night of inaugural balls. the formal parties await tonight. the political policy will wait until tomorrow. after that church service this morning, the obamas and bidens returned to the white house. they had coffee with the leaders of the house and senate. these were republicans and democrats. back to you. >> thank you, emily. so stay tuned to the cron cron because we'll carry the ceremony live right here. it starts at 8:30. then we'll also have the inaugural parade live. that starts at 10:35.
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bay area weather and traffic with a live look from mount tam. erica kato has the latest. >> there is a clear start to the day. we did have some fog developing in some of the north bay valleys. a lot of people noticed how cold it was. some locations still in the upper 20s. it's a frigid start for some. but this afternoon we're pretty much all in the same boat. that includes mid- to upper 60s. a very pleasant day ahead of us. we'll remain on the clear side this evening. let's look at the numbers. santa rosa dropped to 26 degrees. this is the morning low. 30 in concord, 29 in pleasanton. here on the fair side in downtown san francisco at 47 degrees. temperatures will soar this afternoon. i'll break down the numbers coming up. those cold temperatures may have contributed to an accident
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on city streets in the walnut creek, treat boulevard east of i-680, overturned vehicle. it's suspected that black ice may have played a role in that accident. on the freeways, we are not looking at any hot spot or major delays. the bay bridge is emblem attic of the commute around the bay area. really light conditions here for the north bay, south bay, peninsula, and east bay freeways. the san francisco 49ers are nfc champions now headed to the super bowl. we've video from the team arriving back in the bay area landing last night. this will be first super bowl appearance for the niners since 1995. it was an incredible comeback for the niners. there's colin kaepernick in just his tenth start in the nfl. already in the game down 10-0 when matt ryan hooked up with julio jones. that made it 17-0. it looked like an impossible road to come back for the san
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francisco 49ers. come back they did. james putting the niners on the board. 17-7. then colin kaepernick to vernon davis with a short pass to bring the niners back to being down 17-14. just as it looked like the niners would go into the half down three, the falcons put together a drive that ends with matt ryan's touchdown pass to tony gonzales. the falcons go up 24-14. the niners defense holds atlanta scoreless in the second half. gore with the touchdown brings the niners to within three points. david akers out to tie the game one this 39-yard field goal. his woes continue off the up right. niners bounce back. jim harbaugh cannot believe it. the niners put together another impressive drive. michael crabtree fumbles the ball on the goal line. celebration at the georgia
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dome. the niners defense holds. the niners come back and score on this frank gore run. gore the mvp of the nfc championship game. final score 28-24. jim and john harbaugh are going to the super bowl. first time in 18 years that the niners are in the super bowl. the 49ers trying to join the pittsburgh steelers as the only team with six super bowl titles. >> and jim and john both won with with a score of 28. not the same guy. we're jim. they have john. who is better? we're live as we continue our team coverage. >> reporter: every somebody talking about the harbaugh brothers. lots of things going on. it will be the first time in nfl history two brothers are coaching against each other in the highest stakes of them all, the super bowl. the super bowl getting there
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was not easy. >> no. >> your thoughts? >> it was very nerve racking. i was nervous that we weren't going to pull it off. luckily we came through. >> what were you doing yesterday during the game? >> i was working. i took a lunch break to head to the hyatt bar. every other bar full. i caught the second half. >> you had to go print something out. >> it took an hour and a half or so. i have them all printed now. >> thank you. it was torture just to watch. can you imagine how much torture it was to be working and watching? fortunately, we're going to the super bowl, the first time since 1995. back to you. >> oh, yeah. this is a big exciting time for san francisco. we'll be continuing our team coverage. coming up, a deadly shooting leaves mab dead and another in the hospital. we'll have a live report.
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>> president obama's public inauguration ceremony about to stamplet we'll carry that for you live. we'll have our political analyst here joining us on set. want to go to the super bowl? we'll tell you how much it will cost.
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. we're back. one man was killed and another hospitalized after being shot in san francisco's crocker amazon neighborhood this morning. that's on the southern edge of
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the city near the excelsior. we're live at san francisco general. >> reporter: good morning. i am here at san francisco general where that second victim is being treated. obviously the police continue investigation of the third homicide in san francisco in just the first 21 days of the new year. according to police, early this morning around 12 cron 05 a.m., at 1,100 block of naples, they were called to the scene. that's when they determined that there were multiple victims. they had two victims with multiple gunshot wounds. they pronounced one of the victims dead at the scene. they described that victim as a 43-year-old male. the second victim was transported here to san francisco general hospital with gunshot wounds. he was described as a 34-year-old male. we're being told that those wounds that he sustained are
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non-life threatening. not a lot of information other than what i just described to you. the suspect information is not much at all. they're saying the suspect is described as a white or hispanic male wearing dark clothing and he fled from the scene on foot. other than that, not a lot of information. as i said, this is the third homicide in the first 21 days of the new year. >> thank you. we'll follow this story throughout the morning. ahead on "the kron 4 morning news," all eyes are on washington, d.c., right now as president obama's public inauguration ceremony is just about to 15 minutes from getting started. our political analyst joins us after the break to talk about it. >> and we're keeping our eye on weather and traffic on this sunny, beautiful martin luther king day. we'll be right back. oh!
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using cloud computing and mobile technology, verizon innovators have developed a projective display for firefighters. allowing them to see through anything. because the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigger solutions. powerful answers. verizon. . welcome back to "the kron 4 morning news." live looks from washington, d.c., as we prepare for the inauguration of president obama. >> we have our political analyst in the studio. we're 15 minutes from the ceremony beginning, let's talk about some things we'll see because they're traditional but not necessarily called for by
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the constitution. >> that's right. part of the swearing-in is a lot of pomp and circumstance. what happens is when one president has done something different, everyone likes it, it becomes part of the ceremony. a lot of it stems from george washington at the first inaugural. he was being sworn in by this guy who was called the chancellor of new york. he told him, you need a bible. you cannot swear unless you have a bible. they ran around to a masonic lodge and grabbed a bible. that became the tradition of the bible of the then afterwards, washington ad libbed so help me god after the oath and kissed the bible. that also became part of the tradition. it's not called for in the constitution. of course there are a lot of people that say don't do it on bibles. a lot of people have done multiple bibles. today you will have the president using the lincoln bible and the martin luther king jr. traveling bible. a number of other presidents, clinton, george bush, other used family bibles and other bibles.
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sometimes they're open. sometimes they're not. they're open to particular pass nijt bible that makes some significance to them or in the case of one president they just flipped it open because they wanted it open. >> you mentioned significance. this is the 150th anniversary this year of the emancipation proclamation. it's the 50th anniversary of the i have a dream speech and the march on washington. you have an hispanic supreme court justice swearing in the president. >> i think she swore in the vice president. it's interesting. there is no constitutional requirement for the chief justice of the supreme court to do it. at one point, when calvin coolidge was sworn in at his home in vermont because harding had died out here in the fairmont in san francisco, he was sworn in by his dad who was a notary public. like obama will be the first president since fdr to get four oaths of office mainly because roberts flubbed the first one
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and they had to do it over the next day. because it fell on a sunday, they had a swearing-in yesterday. >> as we look at michelle obama, the cameras have been on her all morning. i'm wondering, does she set any press denies about being the most involved or somehow central first lady in any of this or has that changed? >> through the years basically women were not allowed as part ceremonies. it wasn't until the 20th century with harding and taft and others that they became part of it, riding to and from, being on the platform as well. so i think that has changed. interesting, there is only with one woman who has administered the oath of office to the president of the united states. that was a federal district court judge named sarah hughes aboard air force one when lyndon johnson took the oath of office. there is no constitutional requirement and a woman could add merit oath of office to the
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president if they choose. but because tradition started with thomas jefferson, i want the chief justice of the united states, that's basically been the unbroken line. eight times it has not been the chief justice. >> probably one of the best inaugurations with the weather. near 40 degrees today. >> the original inauguration day was march 4 because they wanted to get it out of the bad weather. that's when one president william henry harrison died in cold and drafty weather. they did not like the lame duck sessions that were causing everyone grief, they moved it to january 20. that started in 1937. >> all right. thanks. >> michael will be with us throughout the morning. we'll be talking inauguration and carrying it for you live. there's the vice president biden coming out right now. the ceremony will start in about 20 minutes.
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>> we'll get back to washington, d.c. first in the bay area we're looking at nice weather. >> good morning. temperatures will be between five and seven degrees warmer than average this afternoon. it is a cold start for some. 43 in oakland. downtown san francisco at 48 degrees. this afternoon mi up toker 60s in the south bay. if you liked yesterday, you will like today. we expect very similar conditions. wall to wall sunshine, fremont 64, 68 in los gatos, 67 in evergreen. the east bay won't provide as much warmth as the south bay, but still mild especially for this time of year. castro valley 63, 61 in walnut creek. mostly sunny skies, dry weather for the north bay. berkeley at 64. cooler in downtown san francisco. clear, dry conditions today and
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tomorrow. tomorrow looks to be another nice one with most of highs around 65 degrees. wednesday light rain is expected. high pressure will start to break down. some light scattered showers in the north bay mostly. thursday, friday we return to the sunshine. it looks like wet weather is back in the forecast saturday and sunday. i want to look at your inauguration day forecast if you are curious about conditions in washington, d.c. temperatures there in the upper 30s, low 40s. looks like we do have some light winds. mostly cloudy conditions, snow showers certainly possible later today. it's definitely a good thing that inauguration wasn't held tomorrow because temperatures will only climb into the upper 20s. that's your weather. here's traffic with george. because of the holiday, it's very light traffic. we're not looking at any hot spots.
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we don't have much in the way of slowdowns. the toll plaza of the bay bridge, westbound light enough that the metering lights have not been activated. at the san mateo bridge we had a stalled truck for sometime out on the high-rise. that could not back up the traffic because conditions here are so light. for the golden gate bridge ride, it's been problem free all morning. there are no delays through marin on 101 southbound. the east bay freeways tells the rest of the story. drive times are still about 14 to 16 minutes for the east shore freeway. 16 minutes through the san ramon valley. delay free on the caldecott tunnel on highway 24 westbound. >> thank you. new, the nba is confirming the prepped sale of the sacramento kings. the team being sold to a seattle group. to people familiar with the
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deal say the maloofs are selling all 65% of their share for $525 million. it's rumored the team will be moved to seattle. the sale has to be approved by the nba board of governors. republican leaders the house of representatives say they will vote on wednesday on increasing the nation's debt limit. the legislation would not right immediate spending cuts. it would also be aged at forcing the senate to join the house in debating a federal budget. the current debt limit set at $16.4 trillion. the treasury estimating they'll run out of money by mid- february or early march if nothing is done. coming up, if you want to go to the super bowl, it will cost you a lot of money. we'll tell you how much as we check prices. >> president obama's inauguration just minutes away from beginning. we'll carry that live throughout
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. the game was amazing. colin kaepernick came through. we had a niner victoriment we came back from a 17-0 down. we came through. we came through like we always do. number one 2013 super bowl. >> i think i was like eight when i saw it the last time with steve young. it's great to be back again. >> if you plan on heading to new orleans to watch the 49ers take
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on the baltimore ravens, it will cost you some big bucks. tickets on stubhub for the super bowl are starting at just over $2100. if you think that's high, some of the tickets are being sold for much higher, $315,000. plane tickets out of sfo to new orleans range from $1200 to $1500. let us know if you are watching the game from home or if you plan ongoing out to new orleans. how much would you be willing to pay? let us know on facebook. back to you. everybody is watching the presidential inauguration ceremonies that are starting. >> in a few moments we'll go live to washington. we'll carry the entire inauguration for you coming up on the other side of this commercial break. we'll be right back.
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. >> unshakeable confidence in the on going success in our collective journey is an event from our past. i speak of the im probable completion of the capital dome and capping it with the statue of freedom which occurred 150 years ago. in 1863. when ab ham lincoln took office two years earlier, the dome above us was a half built eye soar, conventional wisdom was that it should be left unfinished until the war ended. given the trivials and financial needs of the times. but to president lincoln, the half finishes dome simple implied the half divided nations. lincoln said, if people see the capital going on, it is a sign we intend the union shall go on. and so, despite the conflict
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which endulged the nation and surrounded the city, the dome continued to rise. on december 22nd, '18 # three, the statute of freedom, a woman, was placed on top of the dome where she still stands today. in a sublime irony it was a former slave, now freed american phillip reed who helped to cast the bronze stoout statute. the times are not dispairing as they were then, but they doubt the future of this great nation and our ability to tackle ourzm% own half finished domes. today's problems are intractable they say. the times are soap complex, the world so deep, we will never over come them. when thoughts like these produce anxiety, fear, and even despair, we do well to remember that
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americans have always been and still are a practical optimistic, problem solving people and that as our history shows, no matter how steep the climb, now difficult the problems, no matter how finished the task america always rises to the occasion. america prevams and america -- prevails and america prospers. and those who bet against this country have inevitable been on the wrong side of history. so, it is a good moment to gaze upward and bee hold the statute of freedom -- behold the statute of freedom at the top of the capital dome. it is a moment to gain courage and humidity from those who were determined to complete the dome. it is a good moment to rejoice
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today in the 56th inaugural ceremony and renew our collective faith in the future of america. [ applause ] . >> thank you, and good bless these united states. -- god bless these united states. in that spirit of faith, i would now like to introduce civil rights leader merle evers who committed her life to all americans. mrs. evers will lead us i invocation.
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. >> america, we are here, our nation's capital, on this day, january the 21st, 2013, the inauguration of our 45th president, barack obama. we come at this time to ask blessings upon our leaders. the president, vice president, members of congress, all elected and appointed officials of the united states of america. we are here to ask blessings upon our armed forces, blessings upon all who contribute to the essence of the american spir yit, the american dream, the
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opportunity to become whatever our mankind, woman kind allows us to be. this is the promise of america. as we sing the words of belief, this is my country, let us act upon the meaning that everyone is included. may inherit dignitiy and inalienable rights of everyone, man, boy, and girl be honored. may all of your people, especially the least the these flourish in our blessed nation. 150 years after the emancipation proclamation and 50 years after the march on washington, we celebrate the spirit of our ancestors which has allowed us to move from a nation of unborn
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hopes and a history of disenfranchised votes to today's expression of a more perfect union. we are ask too, al mightily, that where our paths seem blanketed by throngs of oppression and rippled by pangs of despair, we ask for your guidance toward the light of deliver yans. and that the vision of those who came before us endreamed of this day, that we recognize that their visions still inspire us. they are a great cloud of witnesses, unseen by the naked eye, but all around us thankful that their living was not in
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vain. for every mountain, you gave us the strength to climb. your grace is pleaded to continue that crime for america and the world. we now stand beneath the shadow of the nation's capital who's goalen dome reflects the unit and domestic krasy of one nation -- democracy of one nation indivisible with liberty and justice for all. approximately four miles from where we are assembled the hallowed remains of men and women rest in ar lin cemetery for those who died and fought for this country. mar may their spirit infuse our being. enabling us to continue to build this nation and in so doing, we
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send a message to the world that we are strong, fierce in our strength and ever vigilant in our pursuant of freedom. we ask that you grant our president the will t courageously, cautiously when confronted with danger. but act prudently when challenged by diversity. please continue to vest his efforts, to lead by example in consideration and favor of the diversity of our people. bless our families all across this nation. we thank you for this opportunity of prayer to strengthen us for the journey through the days that lie ahead.
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we invoke the prayers of our grandmothers, who taught us to pray. god, make me a blessing. let their spirit guide us as we claim the spirit of old. there is something within me that holds the rains. there's something within me that vanishes pain. there's something within me, i cannot explain, but all i know, america, there is something within. there is something within. in jesus name, and the name of all, who are holly and right --
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holy and right, we pray, amen. . >> i am pleased to introduce the award winning tabernacle choir, the brooklyn tabernacle choir, to sing battle him of the republic. ♪ glory glory hall lou yafd --
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halleluiah. ♪ ♪ [ music ] ♪
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. >> please join me in welcoming my colleague and my friend, the senator from tennessee, the honorable l am ar alexander. . >> mr. president, mr. vice president, ladies and gentlemen, the late alex haley, the officer of roots -- the outer of roots. find the good and praise it. today we praise the american tradition or transferring or reaffirming the im presence power of the inauguration of the president of the united states.
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we do this in a peaceful ordinarily way. there is no mob, no inveks. this is a moment when millions stop and watch. a moment most of us always will remember. it is a moment that is our most conspicuous and enduring symbol of the american democracy. how remarkable that this has survived for so long in such a complex country when so much power is at steak -- stake. the freedom devoted to our leaders and the respect for the results. last year, in mount vernon, a tour guide told me that our first president, gorge washington once posed this question. what is most important, washington asked, of this grand
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experiment, the united states, and then washington answered his own question in this way. not the election of the first president, but the election of it's second president. the peaceful transfer of power is what will separate our country from every other country in the world. so today, we celebrate the 57th inauguration of the american president, find the good and praise it. now, it is my honor, it is my honor to introduce the associate justice of the supreme court, to administer the oath of office of the vice president. will everyone, please stand.
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. >> mr. vice president, please raise your right hand and repeat after me. i, joseph r biden junior, do solemnly swear. that i will support and defend the constitution of the united states. >> that i will support and defend the constitution of the united states. >> against all enemies foreign and dramatic. >> against all enemies foreign the domestiy. >> i will bear fair allegiance to the same. >> that i take this obligation freely. >> that i take this obligation freely. >> without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion. >> without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion. >> and that i will well and faithfully discharge. >> and that i will well and faithfully discharge. >> the duties of the office in
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which i am about to enter. >> the duties of the office in which i am about to sglent so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations. [ applause ] ♪ [ music ] ♪ . >> it is my pleasure to
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introduce renowned music artist. james taylor.
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♪ [ music ] ♪ [ applause ] . >> it is my honor to present the chief justice of the united states, john g roberts junior, who will administer the
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presidential oath of office. everyone, please rise. [ applause ] . >> please raise your right hand and repeat after me. i, barack obama, do solemnly swear. >> i barack obama do solemnly swear. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> that i will faithfully execute. >> the office of president of the united states. >> the office of president of the united states. >> and will, to the best of my ability. >> and will, to the best of my ability. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help you god. >> so help me good. >> congratulations, mr. president. [ applause ]
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♪ [ music ] ♪ [ applause ] [ applause ] . >> ladies and gentlemen, it is my great privilege and disticket
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honor to -- distinkt honor to introduce the 44th president of the united states of america. barack obama. [ applause ] . >> thank you. [ applause ] . >> thank you seech. the vice president -- thank you so much. the very sincerely biden, mr.
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chief justice, members of the united states congress, the distinguished guests, and fellow citizens. each time we gather to inauguration a president, an enview the strength of the constitution. we affirm the dpres, we were called that binds our nation together is not the colors of our skin or the pen yens of our faith, or the or begins of our names. what makes us exceptional, what makes us american, is our allegiance to an idea articulated in a constitution that was made two centuries ago. we know these truths to be self
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evident. that all men are created equal. but they are endowned by creator of certain unailable rights that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. today we continue a never ending journey to bridge the meaning of those words with the realties of our time. for history tells us while the truths may be self evident, they've never been self executing. while freedom is a gift from god, it must be secured by his people here on earth. the patriots of 1776 did not fight to replace the tiriany of
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a king with the prirjs of a few or a -- privileges of a few or a mob. they gave to us a republic, a government of and by the people entrusting each generation to keep safe our founding creed. and furthermore, 200 years we have. to blood drawn by lash and blood drawn by sword. nothing could survive half slave and half free. we made our selves anew and vowed to move forward together. together we determine that a modern economy requires rail roads and highways. schools and colleges to train our workers. together we discovered that a free market only thrives when
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they ensure competition and fair play. together, we resolved that a great nation must care for the vulnerable and protect it's people from life's worst hazards and miss for tune. through it all, we have never relingished our skept simz of sent rum authority nor have we succumbed to the can be secured through the government alone. our celebration of a nation, enterprise, our insist yans on hard work and personal responsibility, these are con stants in our character. but we have always understood when times change, so must we. but if i dealt to our founding -- fidelity requires new challenges. preserving our individual
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freedoms ultimately requires collective action. for the american people can no more meet the demands of today's word by acting alone than american soldiers could have met the forces of communisms with plussics. most people can train our sign and math teaches to e equip our students for the future. research labs that will bring new jobs and businesses to our shores. now, more than ever, we must do these things together. as one nation and one people. [ applause ] . >> this generation of americans have been tested by crisis that stealed our revolved and proved our resill yans. a decade of war is now ended.
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an economic recovery has be gun, america's pos yibltdibility -- america's possibilitys unlimitness. youth and drive, diversity and openness. endless capacity for risk and a gift for reinvention. my fellow americans, we are made for this moment and we will see that so long as we see it together. [ applause ] . >> for we, the people, understand that our country cannot succeed when a shifking few do -- strifking few do very little and barrel make it. we believe that america prosperity must rest upon the
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blood soldiers of the rising middle class. america thrives when every person can find independence and pride in the work. wages of honest labor liberty families from the break of hard ship. we are true to our creed when a little girl knows she same chance to succeed as everyone because she is an american, free, and equal not just in the eyes of god but also in our own. [ applause ] . >> we understand that our programs inadequate to the needs of our time. so we must work with new ideas and technology to remake our government, revamp our tax code. reform our schools and empower the citizens with the skills they need to work hard or learn more, reach higher. but while the means will change,
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our purpose endures. a nation that rewards the effort and determination of every single american. that is what this moment requires. that is what will give real meaning to our creed. we, the people, still believe that every citizen deserves a basic measure of security and dignitiy. we must make the hard choices to reduce the cost of healthcare and the size of our deficit. but we reject the belief that america must choose between caring for the building this country and investing in the people that will build this future. for we remember the lessons of our past, when the years were af
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a child with a disability had nowhere to turn. we do not believe in this country freedom is reserved for the lucky or happiness for the few. we recognize that no matter how responsibility we live our lives, any one of us at any time may face a job loss or sudden illness or a home swept away in a terrible storm. the commitments we make to each other, through medicare and medicaid and social security, these things do not set back our mission, they strengthen us. they do not make us a nation of takers, they free us to take the risks that make this country great. we, the people, still believe
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that our obligations of americans are not just to our selves but to all prosperity. we will respond to the threat of climate change. knowing that the failure to do so would bee tray our children and future generations. some may still deny the overwhelming judgment of science but no one can avoid the devastating impact of raging fires and crib crippling drouts and more powerful storms the paths towards sustainable energy sources will be long and sometimes difficult but america cannot resist this transition. we must lead it. we cannot feed to other nations the technology to empower new jobs and industry. we must claim it's promise. that's how we will maintain our
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economic vitalability and our national treasure. a force in a lot of ways, our crop lands and snow capped peaks. that is how we will reserve our planet demanded by our care by god. that is what will lend meaning to the creed our fathers once declared. we, the people, still believe that enduring security and lasting piece do not require perpetual war. [ applause ] . >> our blafb men and women in uniform tempered by the flames of battle or unmatched by still and courage. our citizens feared by the memory of those we lost know too well the price it has paid for
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liberty. the knowledge of their sacrifice will keep us vigilant against those who will do us wrong. but we are also hairs to those who won the pace and not the war. who turned sworn enemies into the surest of friends and we must carry those lessons into this time as well. we will defend our people and uphold our values to the strength of arms and rule of law. we will show the courage to try to resolve our differences with other nations peacefully not bausz we are naive about the faces we face but because engagement can more endurable risk suspicion and fear. america will remain the anchor of strong alliances in every corner of the globe and we will renew those ininstitutions that expend. no one has the greatest steak in a peaceful world than it's most
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powerful nation. we will support democrat krasy from asia to africa, because our interest and our conscious compel us to act on those who belong for freedom and we must be a source of hope to the poor. the sick, the victims of prejudice, not out of mere charity but because piece in our time requires the con constant advance of those principal practicals that our common creed describes. tolerance and opportunity, human dignitiy. and justice. we, the people, declare today that the most evident of truths, that all of us are created equal. it's the star that guides us still, just as it guided our forebarriers, just as it guided all of those men and women, sung
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and unsung who left foot brints, to hear a preacher say that we cannot walk along. to hear a king proclaim that our freedom is bound to the freedom of every so honored. it cell phone now our generations -- it is now our generations task to carry on what those pioneers began. our journey is not complete until our wiefbs, mothers and daughters can earn a life equal to their efforts. our journey is not complete in our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. for if we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another must be
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equal as well. our journey is not combleet until no citizen is forced to wait to exercise the right to vote. our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the sdriefbing hopeful im -- striving immigrants who want to come to america. our journey is not complete until all our children, from the streets of detroit to the hills to the twie lands of newtown, know they are cared for and cherished and always safe from harm. that is our generations task, to make these words, these rights,
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these values of life.i!,gay andy and the pursuit of happiness real for every american. being true to our founding documents does not require us to agree on every contour of life. it does not mean we all define liberty exactly the same way. or follow the same precise path to happiness. progress does not compel us to settle century long debates about the roll role of government for all time. but it does require us to act in our time. [ applause ] . >> for now, decisions are upon us and we cannot afford delay. we cannot mistake absolute for principal or substitute
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spectical for politics or name calling for reasonable debate. we must act -- we must act knowing that our work will be im perfect. we must act knowing that today's victories will be only partial and that it will be up to those who stand here in 30 years, 40 years and 400 years hence to advance the time once conferred to us in a spare philadelphia home. my fellow americans, the oath i have sworn before you today, like the one that was sited by others that serve in our capital, was an oath to god and country. not party or fashion, and we must faithfully execute that pledge during the duration of our service. but the words i spoke today are
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not so different than the oath that was taken each time a soldier signs up for duty or an immigrant realizes her dream. my oath is not so different than the pledge we all make to the flag that waives above and that fills our -- waves above and filled our heart was pride. they're the words of citizens and they represent our greatest hope. you and i as citizens have the power to fill up this country's coast. you and i as citizens have the obligation to shake the debates of our time, not only with the votes we cast but with the voices we lift in defense of our most an shent values and enduring ideas. let us each of us now im brace with solemn duty and joy what is our lasting birthright. with common effort and common
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purpose, with passion and dedication, let us answer the call of history and carry into an uncertain future of this precious light of freedom. thank you, god bless you. and me he forever bless these united states of america. [ applause ]
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. >> at this time, please welcome at ward wi arthritisis, artist kelly clark son along with the marine band. ♪ [ music ] ♪
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[ applause ] . >> wow. our next distinguished guest is the poet richard blanco who will
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share words which he has composed for this occasion. [ applause ] . >> mr. president, mr. vice president, america, one today. one sun rose on us today. kindled over our shores, weeking over the smokeys, greeting the faces of the great lakes, spreading a simple truth across the great plains and charging
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across the rockies. one light, waking up roof tops, under each one a story told by our sielent guess pictures moving across windows. my face, your face, millions of faces in morning. each one yawning to life. the pencilled yellow school buses, the ritd yum of traffic lights. frutd fants p stants, wines, orange and begging our praise. silver trucks, heavy with oils or paper, bricks or milk. teaming over highways along side us. on our way. to clean tables, reed ledgers, or save lives, to teach go traechl or ring up greeshryes as
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my mother did -- groceries as my mother did for 20 years so i could write this poem for all of us today. all of us, as vital as the one light we move through. the same light on black boards with lessons for the day. equations to solve, hysteriary to question or -- history to question or adams. we have the dream we all keep dreaming or the sorow that won't explain the empty guests of 20 children marked absent today and forever. many prayers, but one light, bleetding color into stained glass windows, life into the
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stas faces of billions statutes. warmth onto the parks as mothers watch children slide into the day. one ground, our ground. rooting to every stalk of corn, every head of wheat son by sweat and hands. hands planting wind mills in deserts and hands digging trenches routing pipes and cables. hands, as worn as my fathers cutting sugarcane so my brother and i could have books and shoes. the dusk of farms and deserts, cities and plains mingled by one wind, our breath. breathe, here it through the ,
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guitars and screeching subways, the unexpected song bird on your clothes line. here, squeaky playgrounds swings, trains whispers across cafe tables. here, the doors we open each day for each other saying hello, shalom, howdy, n am asste or. the language my mother taught me, in every language, spoken into one wind, carrying our lives without prejudice as these words break for my lips. one sky, since the syrias claims
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their majesty and mississippi worked their way to the see. thank the word work of our hands. weaving steal into bridges, finishing one more report for the boss on time. stitching another wound or uniform. the first brush stroke on a por trait or the last floor on the freedom power jutting into the sky, that yields to our resill yans. one sky, toward which we sometimes lift our eyes, tired from work. somedays guessing at the weather of our lives. somedays giving thanks for a love that loves you back. sometimes praising a mother who knew how to give or forgiving a fatherod(cr+
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you wanted. we head home through the gloss of rain or weight of snow or the plum brush of dusk, but always, always home. always under one sky, our sky, and always one moon like a silent drum tapping on every roof top and every window of one country. all of us facing the stars. hope, a new constellation, waiting for us to map it, waiting for us to name it together. [ applause ]
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ladies and gentlemen, it is now my privilege to introduce revand dr. louis leon to delive benediction. . >> let us pray. gracious and eternal god, as we conclude the second inauguration of president obama, we ask for your blessings as we seek to become, in the words of martin luther king, citizens of a beloved community, loving you and loving our neighbors as our selves. we pray that you will bless us
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with your continued press yens, because without it hatred and arrogance will infect our hearts. but with your blessing, we know we can break down the wals that separate us. p we pray for your blessing today, because without it, miss trust, prejudice, and ranker will rule our hearts. but with the blessing of our presence, we know that we can renew the ties of mutual regard which can best form our civic life. we pray for your blessing, because without it, spugs, despair, and of those different than us will be our rule of life. but with your blessing, we can see each other, created in your image. the unit of god's grace, unprecedented, ir repeatable and
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ir replaceable. . we thank pray for your blessing because without it we will see only what the eye can see. but with the blessing of your blessing, we will see that we are created in your image, whether brown, black, or white, male or female, first generation immigrant american, or daughter of the american revolution, gay or straight, rich or poor. we pray for your blessing because without it, we will only see scarcity in the amyth of abundance. with your blessing we will recognize the abundance of the gifts of this good land in which you have endowned this nation. we pray for your blessing. bless all of us. privileged to r citizens and residents of this nation, with a
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spirit of gratitude and humid that we may become a blessy of this world. we pray you will shower with your life giving spirit the elected leaders of this land, especially barack, our president and joe, our vice president. fill them with the righteousness that they will serve this nation ably and be glad to do your will. endow their hearts justice and order so that men and women throughout this nation can find with one another the fulfill independent ofment of our mumity. we may that the vice president, the vice president and all political authority will remember the words of the profit micah. what does the lord require of you but to do justice.
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to love kindness, and always walk humbly with god. senior, president, spashgs bracket speaking in spanish brakts. >> mr. president, mr. vice president, god bless you all of your days. all this we pray in your holy name, amen. [ applause ] . >> large, please remain standing for the singing of our national anthem. by award winning artist beyonce accompanied by the u.s. marine band. following the national an them. please remain at your place while the presidential party
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exits the platform. ♪ oh say can you see? by the dawn's early light ♪ what so proudly we hail at the twilight's last gleaming. who's brood stripes and br
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br bright starts. through the perilous fight. ♪ the ramparts we patched were so gallantly streaming. ♪ and the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air ♪ gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. ♪ oh say does that star
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spanningled banner yet wave ♪ the land of the free and the home of th ♪
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[ applause ] ♪ [ music ] ♪ . >> that was the inauguration ceremony. the public one anyway. there were about 700,000 people.
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lasting about an hour. >> michael yaki has been onset. your thieths, michael. >> pretty brief economic where it wrapped up. i thought that the president was probably close to a campaign type of a speech. very dramatic, very brood. touched on the issues of medicare, social security. he was setting a table today and the ending is what was really important. that he's trying to move a country to try to get individuals to get involved because he realizes that's the only way he's going to get any of his legislation together. >> we're going to keep michael around the set. first i wanted to get an update on bay weather traffic. >> good morning. mark, yeah, another great day. holiday for martin luther king day. if you have the day off, you want to go outside and enjoy it. lots of sunshine. areas of fog in the north bay but again, lots of areas looking
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at clear skies. sunny skies. temperatures will be mild if not warm. temperatures will drop and be chilly once again. temperatures are in the 40's and 50's. 51 in downtown san francisco. hayward bay. 57 degrees. 30's for concord, 45 in napa. santa rosea. you're cold at 34 degrees. maybe some showers but here is george for traffic thank you, annie. as we have been monitoring a very, very light commute for the holiday. we have good conditions with no hot spots. here is a quick bridge check. bay bridge drive, no back ups this morning. the san mateo bridge managed to breakup and now it's clear. as is the golden debate bridge. the ride across and to it.
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no delays. one-on-one southbound looking at the traffic mabs you'll see why we have such good speeds around the bay and short drive signs. with this much green, you can rest assured you will have no delayed for your drive around the bay. darya, mark j. >> 9:45 we'll be back with more updates on the presidential inauguration and what to [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. at&t u-verse high speed internet offers more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hotspots than ever. call at&t now to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's the fastest internet for the price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private wi-fi hotspot that connects your wi-fi devices and can even save on your smart phone data usage at home.
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you in luck. play in style. talking stick resort, scottsdale. book now to enjoy cactus league spring training rates. . i barack obama do solemnly swear that i will faithfully execute. >> i will faithfully execute. >> the office of president of the united states. >> the office of president of the united states. >> oops. just a quick little there. but everything with was flaw less after that. then came the speech that the president gave that lasted 20 minutes. >> and he touched on so many things. the reference to keeping our
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children safe. immigration, social security, medicare. he was seting the table. >> absolutely seting the table i think for the state of the union which is in three weeks. reminding people why they voted for limb. things he stood for and things he cares about. i think the big message was alternative the end when he talks about he's a citizen. you're a citizen. the only way we're going to get done is citizens that participate in a democracy and that is important because of course, the weekend before. he turned his campaign into a vocationy appears to support him and go forward. especially when it comes to the gun control and entitlement reform. those things are going to be important to mobilize people going forward and pickly telling people, look, this journey is our journey together and the only way change ever happens is when each of us takes our part in it. i think that's the message, that's the take away i get from this because the first three
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quarters of the speech was a campaign speech. >> always keeping away. always aware of use the opportunity to sway the public and use the people behind him. >> exactly. now they're going inside for lunch and after that will be parade. >> more sound here from the president. let's listen for a moment. >> we're waiting for it. >> we're could youing it up. >> we're waiting for him to invote martin luther king on this. >> that is interesting. some allusions to it. i have a dream speech. but no direct ones. you know, the bible he was using was the martin luther king traveling bible. but i thought there would be a little bit more direct in the invocation. i think it was mainically
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deliberate. i don't know. >>. we have the sound bite now from the president. >> america's possibilities are limitness for we possess all of the qualities that this world without boundaries demands. youth and drive, diversity and openness, endless capacity for risk and a gift for reinvention. my fellow americans, we are made for this moment and we will see that so long as we see it together. >> so there's just a little segment of the speech with 18 minutes 59 seconds long. you said going in you were going to to be watching to see if there was a quotable line. splng that would last on and something that would be a good, you know, kind of a picture maker. what would you -- do you have anything. >> i think everyone is going to find what that one line is. but one thing from that clib clip that i saw that struck me
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when he talked about youth and drive. basically part of his campaign was because young people got involved and amy, this is sort of the invocation of the aira where there's a whole new generation that need to get involved and part of our country. he was trying to spur that energy into what he hopes would be a very successful second term and very ambitious second term agenda for change. >> do you expect to see a completely different presidency going forward now that he doesn't have to worry about reelection? what do you expect. >> what is interesting with that, a lot of people thought he was very caution his first term. a lot of what he talked about in terms of his new agenda probably wouldn't have been introduced first term because his rule is if i don't have the votes ahead of time. i'm not going to pull forward. the gun proposals are probably the biggest test of i think the new barack obama which is i'm going to go forward. i'm going to make change. i'm going to get the american
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people behind me and force congress to accept this change. >> and similar things with taxes. there was a mandate from the election. >> and he's done it, he's succeeded to some extent. the republicans are backing -- doing a walk back on the debt sealing. giving them a three-month extension. they're not tying it to any specific deficit cuts. that's a big win for the president. >> as far as the show goes. it was an hour long ceremony and then a big parade. that is a public event. the oath in inauguration and the balls and everything else. we had transactioners and --. >> it was a very tight ceremony. under stated, no real, i mean, beyonce did a great job. i think they oenlt had two official augal balls. to try to lead by example. presidents have done it
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historically during the great depression they cancelled all residential balls during the world wars they cancelled the balls how we as a country, we're going to lead by example. now, my fasht fact which was in grants was being inaugural. they didn't build it right and it was very cold so what happens was the shame pain turned -- ch am pagne turned into slushies and the birds all died. >> a couple of balls will be a little friend than that. >> there will be a parade coming up. we'll be carrying out for you live on our 24 hours bay channel. that starts at 10:45 this morning. >> people want to tune into that to see if the president gets out of the vehicle. or if he stays in.
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>> i think probably he'll step out a little bit. do hand shaking. they tend too do it. clinton did it. that's part of it. and i think michelle will get out as well. i think that will be part of -- is a victory lap for them. this is only the 17th time a president has been reelected in this country. 17th time they've been able to doia an adirect examination. and you're a laying duck in 18 months, but right now he's at the height of his power, been elected by a lot of people. he's going to go out there and give them a show. even if he's not going to do a lot of big theatrical stuff. one thing he can go out and shake hands and show people i'm with you. i need your help in the next few months going forward. let's be part of that together. >> the secret service is ready for you. >> that's at 10:45.
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>> we'll be back as the kron-four morning news continues. . >> it's still considered experimental. the presidency rates are getting better. we. >> okay. but what age? i mean, do we, when do we stop making so many eggs. >> that's a great question. we're born with all of things that we'll ever have. a lot of people don't realize that. we don't regenerate them. the highest eggs we have is when
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we're born. overtime we run out and so by the time a woman gets to be the age of 27, pregnancy chances go down after. that at the ang of 40, pregnancy drops at 10%. many pashtsz over 40, they say, amy i wish i would have frozen the eggs. >> and some service that you offer. >> absolutely. i can talk to patients about whether egg freezing is right for them. whether they should be talking about that or other types of therapy. >> the future is here. interesting stuff. dr. amy is offering a complimentary phone consultation if you want to know more. you can give her a call at (925) 277-0600 or go to the website at >>theamyforafreethefascinating stuff. thankyouamy
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. >> werz back with the kron-four morning news. >> good morning, mark, hey, many of you may vice president the day off today. you have to go outside. look at the beautiful shot of the mountains. lots of blue sky. it will continue through today. lots of sunshine. it will be mild once again today. tomorrow, sunny skies continue and we'll stay above average as far as our highs are concerned beyond that. we see showers and changes in the terms of temperatures dropping. temperaturest right now. low 50's downtown. richmond. god morning to you. you're at 43. redwood city, you're our warm spot at 61 degrees so great day to go out to the coast if you can. here is our futurecast. 10:00 this morning. a lot of us in the 50's. green showing in the 60's. more of that fills in by 2:00
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this afternoon. closer to the water and city, you're looking at the 50's. but a lot of us, especially in the south bay and north bay making it into the 60's once again today. this time around mid to upper 50's so we'll be well above that. this evening we'll cool down, expecting cool conditions this night. still lots of sunshine tomorrow. the pressure and off shore flow, the easterly wind coming from land heading to the ocean, that is keeping us on the mild side today, tomorrow, and wednesday, things will change. the high pressure will start to break down and then we'll have an on shore flow, winds coming on from the water to the land which means we'll see cooler conditions by wednesday and into the end of the week. also, maybe some showers, i would say late wednesday, north of the gold yeb gate but really nice stuff. lots 65 for san jose.
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you should get to 67 degrees. heading to the east bay. 63 in the valley. concord, you should top out in the low 60's and heading to the north bay. temperatures there, lower 60's in nor vatto. going to napa, doing wine tasteing. downtown san francisco, 63 degrees. seven-day forecast. enjoy the sunshine today. through tomorrow, wednesday, light showers, nothing too mraj. and friday, sunny once again. cooler, especially for the weekend. heerp is gorge with your traffic quick bridge check, bay bridge is so light the meter lights have been off all morning long. we have been delay free. eastbound or westbound. light traffic in both directions. this is as heavy as we've seen it all morning.
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quick drive times for you. here it's back down to 14 minutes to the east shore freeway. as good as it gets. a little delay 18 minutes, 101 northbound and 25 minutes from norvato to the golden gate bridge. we'll have more when the news returns. ñçñçñnñmññoñmñw?çç
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. i remember when the last superbowl the 49ers won was when i was in my mom's stomach. it feels great to be here. >> what a blas to be fans are e. the niners are superbowl bound. down ten nothing in this game. kappernick before the game. they're down ten nothing and hooks up and 17 nothing at this point where jones has both his feet in bounds for the
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counsel. down 17 nothing, michael james finally put numbers on the board. kappernick diverted davis to bring the niners within three points in the game and in the half just down three points. the falcons putting down the incredible drive with just 25 seconds left in the half. niners down 24-14 at halftime. they keep the line scoring in the second half. keech town run to bring the niners within 3, 24-21 at this point. there was a 30-yard field goal and continue in the left upright and the niners trying to bounce back. the niners put together the go ahead drive here but michael crabtree fumbles at the goal line. the niners come back and finally
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score on this run. right here. the mvp of the championship game. the niners going to the superbowl. >> onto the har-bowl or the superbowl. whatever you want to call it. you can click over to the cam cast chasm coverage the parade. michelle and barack obama will be in the streets of dc. >> dr. fill, coming up next. -- dr. phil coming up next. mçó4+y?


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