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(grant) a massive wildfire explodes in size in butte county...hundreds of homes destroyed... restaurants... other businesses... leveled. virtually the entire town of paradise has been wiped out... and cal fire says "it's not over yet."(grant) thanks for joing us im grant lodes... (vicki) and im vicki liviakis... the wild fire being called the "camp fire" is burning in butte county...along pulga road at camp creek road near jarbo gap... here is what we know at this hour... the fire has burned 20-thousand acres... zero percent contained... 27- thousand hundreds of homes destroyed-- no exact amount on how many... and the town
of paradise wiped out.... (grant) we have (grant) we have team coverage tonight on this fast-moving fire... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is tracking the conditions firefighters are faving. kron-4's dan thorn ... is live in sausalito with how the air quality is affecting the bay area. but first kron-4's alecia reid joins us live from butte county with details on the fire and evacuations. alecia? dozens of families have checked in here at the gridley fairgrounds ... paradise is wiped out and it's about to be a long road for many of the people staying at this evacuation center.they had no idea when they woke up this morning that they would be scrambling to get to safety. this is actually one of 3 evacuation centers ... there's a church in chico, and another in oroville that are taking residents in.there have also been a lot of people dropping off donations.red cross started working with partner agencies immediately after realizing the camp fire would mean tens of thousands of people displaced.right now
thousands of structures in paradise have been destroyed ...the exact amount will be determined once fire officials can get back in there ...this raging fire has burned at least 20-thousand acres ... to give you some perspective .... it's burning east of chico .... and north of oroville.there are civilians, as well as firefighters that have been injured ...we did talk to a number of people here at the gridley fairgrounds that grabbed as much as they could .... huddled with neighbors .... and managed to escape before the fire got too close.i grabbed my photo albums, medication ... and that's it you could see it on the skyline.it was about 3 or 4 stories high, and some of the flames were just going up into twisters like this, just whippingstandupthe gridley fairgrounds is also taking large animals.we saw people with their horses and dogs. it's a huge relief for many knowing their pets are safe. reporting live from butte county ... alecia reid .. kron 4 news. (grant) back here in the bay area
we saw smoky conditions all across the bay area... kron-4's dan thorn ... live in sausalito with how the air quality is affecting people around here...dan. it wasn't the best day for people to enjoy being outside.. air quality officials are stressing people to take precautions in these conditions. however, if want to go out you're advised limit
your time outside. a smoky and uncomfortable day across the bay area..the haze moving across the sky from the butte county fire..air quality officials have issued an advisory that runs through friday..sot: there is no current spare the air in effect because it's not a federal exceedance yet but we are monitoring it closely. as the smoke continues to move through air district spokesman walter wallace wants people to take precautions..sot: just take preventative measures limit your time outside limit your exposure outside. wallace says children and the elderly are the most vulnerable to exposure. despite some areas getting chilly at night-- wallace reccommends not burning in your fire place. sot: because by buring in your fireplaces you could increase the pm levels and we may potentially have to call a spare the air alert. the spokesman says wildfire smoke is unpredictable so please heed the warnings. he says they're monitoring for any updates and hoping things will improve reporting in marin county dan thorn kron4 news.
(vicki) (vicki) we saw the smoky air all across the bay area... from the east bay... to peninsula and right here in san francisco....(grant) we even saw ahs falling from the sky here in the city... our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now on the increased fire danger in the area lawrence? lawrence karnow: smoke from the camp fire making for very poor air quality today. fire danger remains highs for tonight and tomorrow morning. lows tonight will be in the 30s and 40s. tomorrow will be sunny but hazy and the air quality will begin to improve. highs will be in the 70s with 60s at the coast. it will be cooler with a few clouds over the weekend. dry weather is expected over the next 7 days.
told you about the fire-- and the bad air quality-- through a push alert. make sure you download the kron4 mobile app to always get the latest breaking news. (vicki) now to the mass shooting at a southern california bar. 13 people are dead including the gunman. and now, investigators are looking for clues into the motive behind the country's deadliest mass shooting this year..(grant)kron 4's gayle ong has been tracking this story and joins us live in the newsroom with the latest.gayle. have yet not determined a motive.but they do know the gunman - 28- year -old david long was a frequent patron at the borderline bar and grill in thousand oaks. fbi officials say investigators are seeking the at the country music bar, hoping evidence will allow
them to paint a picture of the gunman's frame of mind, authroties say long carried out the shooting years after a divorce and a discharge from the marines and months after shouting, brought a mental health specialist to his door. they felt he might be suffering from p-t-s-d, but decided not to detain him due to laws.seven months later, officers swarmed his home again for a very different reason-a mass shooting. (grant) (grant) the southern california shooting is hitting home here in the bay area. one of those killed in the rampage...had just graduated from vintage high school in napa. throughout the day...friends stopped by alaina housley's home in napa
helus had been on the phone with his wife...when he got the dispatch alert. he told his wife. "i got to go handle a call. i love you. i'll talk to you later" they'd never speak again. helus...who loved fly fishing in the sierra with his adult son... rushed into the bar and immegiately got into a shootout with the gunman. the 29-year law enforcement veteran was set to retire next year. (vicki) meanwhile... a heart wrenching day for all the family members and friends of people killed. jason coffman - father of 22 year old cody said the last thing he said to his son last night...was don't drink and drive... and i love you. cody has two younger brothers and a sister "on the way." his dad says that cody had wanted to be a big brother to the sister that's coming. (vicki) our coverage of this story continues online at korn4 dot com... there we have details on what we know about shooter. a list of victims names... and information on what to do in those types of situations. and how to prepare.. and react in a moments notice... all that
on kron4 dot com... (grant) coming up.. a bizarre story a naked man breaks into a home and then gets in bed with the homeowners.... tonight we get reaction from the neighbors... (vicki) plus fire danger conditions are spreading across the state as windy and dry condition plague the area... we'll hear from cal fire on conditions in the south bay... (vicki)topvo and after (vicki)topvo and after the break the late a quick-spreading
wildfire tearing through butte county has injured two firefighters... the camp fire in butte county ballooned in size after it sparked this morning -- growing at the rate of about eighty football fields per minute at one point in the afternoon. reporter andy rose has more. randy / chico, ca evacuee: "oh it was fast. it happened so fast. we went outside, we seen smoke, we thought we had time, then it was at our house." thick plumes of smoke casting a shadow on the mountains of northern california.the camp fire broke out early thursday morning -- quickly ballooning in size.brice bennett / public information officer, cal fire department: "we are seeing absolutely critical fire spread and the fire is continuously growing right now as we speak."within hours, the camp fire had exploded in size --growing by ten-thousand acres in 90 minutes -- or about eighty football fields per minute -- at one point thursday afternoon.brice bennett / public information officer, cal fire department: "the winds the winds and the extremely dry humidity that
carry this fire and made it explode."aerial units surveyed the inferno from the air as firefighters in butte county worked through a dense haze. chief bill reid / cal fire: "there's significant structure lost in multiple communities within butte county and in the town of paradise, as well as multiple civilian and firefighter injuries." officials evacuated schools, hospitals and residents thursday morning --flames cast an orange glow on the horizon as traffic flowed from the area.randy / chico, ca evacuee: "we had to drive through flames on both sides of the mountain ... it was pretty scary."i'm andy rose reporting. (grant) (grant) we're taking a look at where exactly this massive wildfire in burning in butte county...(vicki) our ken wayne is in the newsroom ken? (vicki) (vicki)this afternoon, pg&e
announced it had canceled plans for a possible shutoff for eight northern california counties.the counties included butte, lake, napa, nevada, placer, plumas, sierra, sonoma and yuba.pg&e began notifying customers by text, voice messages and emails on tuesday about the high fire danger conditions.pg&e canceled the power shutoff plan wednesday night in sonoma county and expanded the cancellation to the other counties around 3 p.m. today.pg&e thanked its customers for understanding and preparing for the possible power shutoff. (grant)it's been windy in the santa cruz tains... dangerous winds for the next 10 hours or so there.the wind is strongest at the higher elevations but these
eucalyptus trees in the hills near the lexington reservoir are a sign that this latest red flag warning is a bit different from earlier alerts issued by calfire.there has been virtually no there has been virtually no rain so far this fall. last week's stubborn fire off highway nine near felton managed to scorch a few otherwise fire-resistent redwoods. (grant)summer."> (grant)the winds are sucking what little moisture is left from the all but dead grass and other seasonal vegetation and the fuel load is still relatively high as a result from trees weakened by the last drought. fire season tends to peak late in the santa cruz mountains.all personnel to remain on high alert as fire season is showing no sign of letting up anytime soon.
(grant) now to our four zone forecast... as we take this live look outside at the embarcadero... joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: smoke from the camp fire making for very poor air quality today. fire danger remains highs for tonight and tomorrow morning. lows tonight will be in the 30s and 40s. tomorrow will be sunny but hazy and the air quality will begin to improve. highs will be in the 70s with 60s at the coast. it will be cooler with a few clouds over the weekend. dry weather is expected over the next 7 days. (grant) walmart's ready for black friday shopping. the best deals in the store... and the free food and drinks you can enjoy while you wait in those long lines. (vicki) the break... more retail are cle yo wait can enjoy days.the next 7 expected over the next 7 days. days. the next 7 expected over dry weather is the weekend. clouds over with a few will be cooler the coast. it 70s with 60s at will be in the
retailers sears and k-mart. (vicki)2 shot telesears holdings announced thursday that 11 k-marts and 29 sears locations will shut their doors in february. that's in addition to the nearly 200 locations the company said would shut down in the coming months.when all is said and done, less than 500 sears and k-mart stores will remain open. the announcement comes as sears holdings works to find a way forward after filing for bankruptcy.the company has struggled for years and is now drowning in debt. ... (grant)facebook wants to give amazon's echo and google's "home smart speaker" some competition.facebook's new talking speaker -- called 'portal' -- hits shelves thursday.it has a ten-inch screen intended for making video calls.the built-in camera is able to follow a person around the room.there has been some controversy, since facebook admits that it
will keep track of calls.it says some information may be used for advertising purposes. however, facebook insists the portal is not a snooping device. (vicki)thanksgiving and black friday are still two weeks away but walmart is already serving up early deals.the retailer unveiled its black friday ad early thursday morning.the sale includes big discounts on televisions... laptops... toys... clothes and more.walmart also revealed a handful of early door-busters. walmart busters.early door- busters.walmart expects lines at the store to be long for black friday deals.workers will be handing out free coffee, cocoa, and christmas cookies to people willing to wait. (vicki) ahead at nine... a spreading salmonella outbreak.... now responsible for a death in california. and it is all connected to turkey. details ahead... (grant) plus...
investigators combing through a mass shooter's home and car...searching for clues as to why he murdered 12 people in cold blood. tonight we're live in thousand oaks with the latest on the investigation... (vicki) plus... an expert weighs in on what you should do if you find yourself in an you find yourself in an active shooter situation.
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learning more about the gunman. (grant) ian long was a u.s. marine corps veteran ... who was honorably discharged in 2013.(vicki)2 shot tele long walked into a bar in late last night started shooting ... and then took his own life. the shooting happened at the borderline bar and grill in thousand oaks... the bar had a "college night" event. (grant) now the community is coming together to mourn the loss of their neighbors. kron4's patrick walker is live in thousand oaks with the latest... patrick reporter live:the fbi and local investigators continue to comb through evidence outside the borderline bar and grill.and while they try to determine a motive a devastated community is trying to heal.vo (vigil)candles in hand hundreds met inside the fred kavli theatre not far from the borderline bar and grill.faith leaders expressing a need for unity in the wake of this tragedy.the town tonight turning to music and prayer in an attempt to heal and try to senseless act. friends and loved ones also in attendance.sot((danny cueto/knew one of the victims: "(insert transcription here)"
)) cont. vo (scene)meanwhile investigators have spent the nearly 24 hours since the shooting happened trying to answer the big question - why? gunman ian david long was known to police.officers dealt with the 28-year-old former marine in april on a mental health call but he was cleared by medical professionals.reporter livethe borderline has become a favorite hangout for local survivors of the route 91 harvest festival shooting in las vegas.we know tonight that one of those survivors is among those killed in last night's shooting.reporting live in thousand oaks, california i'm patrick walker. makers tweeting out several times today after the shooting... governor elect gavin newsom tweeting out "simply saying, 'enough is enough,' is 'not' enough. we must address the root causes of these devestating acts at every level of government."
(grant) and president trump tweeting tonight saying "great bravery shown by police. california highway patrol was on scene within 3 minutes, with first officer to enter shot numerous times. that sheriff's sergeant died in the hospital. god bless all of the victims and families of the victims. thank you to law enforcement." (vicki) senator dianne feinstein taking to twitter saying these shootings just need to stop... tweeting: "these mass murders are depressingly pervasive. schools. theaters. malls. offices. synagogues. grocery stores. bars. concerts. churches. they're inspired by racism, revenge, terrorism or just pure hatred. the one common attribute: easy access to guns." (grant) this mass shooting serves as an unfortunate reminder that this kind of tragedy can happen anywhere. (vicki) kron 4's gayle ong spoke with a local security expert today about what you need to know to stay alive in an active shooter situation. she joins us
live in the studio with details.gayle. i spoke with san francisco native brad engmann (ing-men) today.just like any self defense instructor would say, just be aware of your surroundings and know what could happen. brad engmann (ing-men) teaches self defense classes for the unthinkable.. the latest mass shooting is an unfortunate reminder..it can happen anywhere.country night wednesday turned tragic in southern californiaas a gunman stormed the borderline bar and grill in thousand oaks.killing 13 people and injuring several others before killing himself. engmann (ing-men) tells me it's hard to talk about these mass shootings,even for someone who spends a lot of time around firearms.with a background in competitive shooting,he co owns threat scenarios - a company based in navato,training people how to best survive in active shooter situations.
but only take a few seconds to do that, don't make it your focus in your life, you shouldn't be frightened to be an american.">he also says don't forget about the heros.. and focus on the helpers.. the company threats scenarios has been around for more than two years.the staff has an assembly of former and current swat officers, active duty law enforcement the newsroom, gayl this story continues online at korn4 do there we have details on what we know about shooter. a list of victims names... and information on what to do in those types of situations. and how to prepare.. and react in
a moments notice... all that on kron4 notice... all that on kron4 dot com... (vicki) another big story tonight.... in less than 14 hours ... the massive 'camp fire' in butte county continues to explode in size... it has burned 20-thousand acres. and hundreds of structures are destroyed. but that number may be upward of a-thousand structures. 27 thousand people have been evacuated tonight. many don't know if their homes are still standing. but fire officials do say the town of paradise has been "pretty much" destroyed. tonight thousands of people in butte county are sleeping in unfamiliar beds ... not knowing if the homes they left behind are still there. as kron four's ryan o'donnell shows us, catastrophe struck before dawn. natin the town of paradise .. scenes from the apocalypse ... as evacuees flee ... a truck bursts into flames ... calfire
sends a helicopter ...... dropping water on top of this truckwinds rushing down the feather river canyon spread the flames ... the fire expanding by thousands of acres each hour.yeah it's tough we had to drive through flames on both sides of the mountain.it was fast. it happened so fast. we went outside we seen smoke we thought we had time and then it was at our house.wind gusts of sixty miles an hour roared down the scenic feather river canyon ."the winds the winds and the extremely dry humidity that carry this fire and made it explode. the thick smoke grounded fixed=wing air tankers until the late afternoon.some people in paradise were forced to shelter in place the fire crews' first effort is saving lives.thirty strike teams on the line, with reinforcements coming from the bay area and all over the state at least one firefighter has been treated for smoke inhalation and several civilians have been injured.calfire says several hundred structures have been lost.sigout (lawrence bay area weather)
festivities with the warriors-- the back to back champs...in a fight with the up and coming bucks. quick update from oracle- milwaukee... 8-and-2 to start the year..;like the warriors, they love to shoot a ton of 3's no draymond green in the lineup. at last check, score is 118-91 all bucks in this one... full highlights later tonight. now to the nfl-- the raiders practicing in some different elements this afternoon. the smoke from the fires in butte county... carried all the way down to
alameda raiders prepping for the chargers at the coliseum this sunday.... last season--smoke from another set of fires..did bring up some some discussion on whether the game should be moved. as far as we know, that has not been proposed just yet. we talked 49ers earlier we talked 49ers earlier we talked 49ers earlier tonight... 3 keys for the raiders this sunday...against the chargers. first off, derek carr...sacked 7 times last week..that surely cant happen again. also, they only managed 3 points against the 9ers...get the offense going. finally, philip rivers known for making big plays...that new pass rush must get pressure. your mercedez-benz keys to the game. now to thursday night football..steelers- panthers. --carolina struck first... cam newton to christian mccaffrey.. and the former stanford star books it to the end zone. 7-nothing panthers --but then pittsburgh just exploded... ben
roethlisberger... 5- touchdown passes..including this one to antonio brown. 450-yards of total offense. -they also forced two tds on defense... steelers roll, 52-21 coming up on kron4 sports at 10, we'll have those full warriors highlights... plus, check on the sharks...starting up a road trip in dallas. until then more news after the break.
(grant) our top story tonight a mas tearing through butte county... most through butte county... most if not all of the town or paradise has been leveled... hundreds, perhaps thousands of homes are gone... as are many businesses and restaurants. two firefighters have been injured... several residents hurt several injured... have been firefighters two restaurants. two firefighters have been injured... several residents hurt as well. no word of any deaths... but it was reported earlier that some people were trapped. the camp fire explo growing at the rate of about
eighty football fields per minute at one point in the afternoon. right now that fire has burned 20-thousand acres... no containment just yet... the fire is causing smoky conditions here in the bay area... and fire crews are on high alert... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with a look at conditions in the morning... lawrence karnow: smoke from the camp fire making for very poor air quality today. fire danger remains highs for tonight and tomorrow morning. lows tonight will be in the 30s and 40s. tomorrow will be sunny but hazy and the air quality will begin to improve. highs will be in the 70s with 60s at the coast. it will be cooler with a few clouds over the weekend. dry weather is expected over the next 7 days.
(grant) and kron4 first told you about the fire-- and the bad air quality-- through a push alert. make sure you download the kron4 mobile app to always get the latest breaking news. (vicki) new tonight at nine... a man is facing charges after police say he broke into a home in georgia... and then got in bed with the residents... according residents... breaking news. latest always get the days.the next 7 expected over the next 7 days.
(grant) and kron4 first told you about the fire-- and the bad air quality-- through a push alert. make sure you download the kron4 mobile app to always get the latest breaking news. (vicki) new tonight at nine... a man is facing charges after police say he broke into a home in georgia... and then got in bed with the residents... according to authorities-- the man was naked at the time. reporter jasmine anderson has the bizarre story: jared mcvicker/witness: "you wake up in the middle of the night from a peaceful sleep
and you get information like that it throws you into defcon 4."jared mcvicker was awakened monday around 1- a-m by a phone call - his neighbor warning about a naked man outside his home.he said law enforcement arrived before he could take matters into his own hands ...but deputies had a hard time taking 29-year-old christopher lindner down.jared mcvicker/witness: "maced him in the face, it had no effect on him. and the guy jumped up and said 'help, i'm naked'. and then he went down on the ground and started doing lewd things to the pavement. and then he kept popping up and going at the cops and at one point tried to get into the cop car."according to the columbia county sheriff's office's report, a deputy ended up hitting lindner with a baton and took him into custody.before that, the report says, lindner ran into a couple's home - threw belongings on the floor - and dove into the bed - while they were in it!then followed the terrified couple out the home as they ran to their car.they didn't want to talk on camera but neighbors say the couple honked their horn for help because they couldn't find their cell phones.jared mcvicker/witness: "the last thing you want to do is have to hurt someone and unless they come in with evil intentions. like i said at the time i didn't think this guy had evil intentions. i just thought he was whacked out of his mind."now, folks on merrymont drive can laugh about it.the mcvickers even sending a cheeky thank you to their neighbors - aaron and lori baker. jared mcvicker/witness: "this guy really went out of his way to run out into the road in the middle of the night to keep this guy from going into my backyard probably saved the man's life."
(vick) christopher lindner is now in jail on a 33-hundred dollars bond. he is charged with criminal trespassing, willful obstruction of law enforcement officers and public indecency- indecent exposure. (grant) new video tonight showing the gunman police in chicago are looking for after many attacks at a popular park .... and now police have increased the reward for information leading to an arrest... to 150-thousand. two men were killed in separate attacks, with the same gun, within 36 hours of each other in late september...this was at rogers park...
knowledge of the suspect will come forward - someone out there watching right now, knows who this person is> (grant) surveillance video of a suspect walking near the scene of the first the scene of the first killing was later released. the rogers park neighborhood has been on high alert since the murders. (vicki) 4 your health tonight... dozens of new cases of salmonella linked to raw turkey products have sprung up around the country...(grant)2 shot front land and tonight we are learning that one person has died. the cases of salmonella itional 74 164 people have gotten sick in 35 states. 63 people had to be hospitalized. many of the people who got sick
reported eating or preparing different types of turkey products purchased from multiple locations. the c-d-c says the outbreak strain has been found in both live turkeys and many kinds of raw turkey products. (vicki) you may already know that being overweight comes with a slew of health issues that can shorten lives. but new research shows that being underweight increases the risk of dying early, too. b-m-i, or body mass index, is one indicator doctors use to measure a person's health. b-m-i between 21 and 25 is linked to the lowest level of morbidity. people under the recommended b-m-i are at an increased risk for dementia, alzheimer's, cardiovascular disease, and suicide. the study analyzed data from three- million people and over 360-thousand deaths. obesity was shown to reduce life 4 years for men and three and a half years for women. (grant) canadian researchers say the darker the coffee the better it may be for your brain. that's
according to a study done at the krembil brain institute in toronto... they tested starbucks instant light roast, dark roast, and decaffeinated dark roast. they were looking for a particular compound known to make coffee bitter. the compound also supposedly prevents two protein fragments common in alzheimer's and parkinson's diseases. the researchers found dark roast coffee yields the highest quantities of the compound. they say that would seemingly make it the best pick for brain health. but researchers do admit the study does not suggest coffee is a cure. (grant) up next... actress gabrielle union and her husbran dwyane wade welcomed a new baby into the world... details on their new daughter after the break...
♪ the holidays begin here at the disneyland resort. if you were heartbroken if you were heartbroken when 'breaking bad' ended, take heart -- a new chapter of the hit t-v series is in the works.(grant) the show's creator, vince gilligan, is working on a two-hour 'breaking bad' movie. it's not clear if it will be released in theaters or on television. it's also not known if any of the stars from the beloved series will be part of the project. there are reports the working title for the movie is "greenbriar," with production expected to begin this month in albequerque new mexico. (vicki) actress gabrielle
union is a new mom.... she and n-b-a star husband dwyane wade announced through social media they are parents to a baby girl... their daughter was born wednesday via surrogate... union has been candid about infertility struggles and revealed in a book that she's had multiple miscarriages in the past. union said she and wade "are sleepless and delirious but so excited" about the birth of their first child together. wade has three children from previous relationships. the couple has not released the baby's name... (grant) that wraps up kron 4 news at nine...(vicki) but our primetime coverage continues at the top of the hour. pam moore and ken wayne are here with kron 4 news at ten....guys? (pam) thank you grant and vicki.... next at ten... we are keeping up with the camp fire in butte county. a look at how many homes are still at risk of being consum plus... we are getting to know the victims of the thousand oaks shooting. we hear from a distraught father and learn about the girl from right here in the north bay.(pam) and
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butte county has exploded to áá 20,000 áá acres. the fire burning up hundreds of homes, destroying communities ... and causing mandatory evacuations. the smoke moving south ... blanketing the bay area, and even causing ash to fall from the sky in san francisco. good evening, i'm pam moore. (ken) and i'm ken wayne. thank you for joining us tonight. (pam) the fire started near pulga road at camp creek road, near jarbo gap. first reports .... of what cal-fire is calling 'the camp fire' ... came in at six- thirty this morning. the fire exploded in size by this afternoon... threatening a number of communities. several hundred structures have already been destroyed. (ken) here are the latest numbers from calfire:
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