tv KRON 4 News at 9am KRON December 24, 2018 9:00am-10:01am PST
(darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... hot spot nb 85 at camden in san jose overturn accident blocking. orinda eb 214 at caino pablo accident blocking several lanes. eb 80 at pomona in crockett the off is closed to clear r a crash
us through the afternoon into the early evening. thunderstorms will become possible into the afternoon before skies clear and dry out into tomorrow. ( darya ) san francisco firefighters are trying to determine what caused a deadly fire this morning. it happened in the 3800 block of clay street --- in the presidio heights neighborhood. fire officials say one person died and another one is in serious condition. a firefighter was also hurt while trying to battle the blaze. the fire happened around one this morning. ( darya ) authorities in bodega bay are investigating a deadly car crash that happened after midnight. they say a little after 12-30 this morning fire officials found a car on fire off of a cliff along salmon creek beach north. they then found a body under the burning car. both were found about 40 feet below highway 1. no other information on the cause of identity of the victim has been released at this time. ( will ) also breaking overnight...police are investigating a deadly shooting in san francisco.
officer say they found a man inside a car suffering from a gun shot wound. the victim was found in the 1300 block of evans avenue and pronounced dead on the scene. shot spotter alerted police to the scene just after one this morning. police do not have any suspects at this time. ( will ) one person has died following a shooting in downtown oakland on sunday night the shooting happened after 9:30 in the 2100 block of franklin street. police have not yet identified the victim and they say no one else was injured. police add that there was a crowd of people near the shooting --- who investigators hope will be able to identify the victim and give them a better idea of what lead to the shooting. no other information has been released at this time. ( darya ) two men were hurt in oakland in separate shootings this weekend. shortly after 7 saturday night, police found a male
victim in the 35-hundred block of school street. he went to the hospital, but his condition is unknown. ( darya ) in the second shooting, police were called to the 11-hundred block of 59th street shortly before 1 a.m. sunday. that male victim was also taken to the hospital. no other information was made available. (á2 shotá)( will ) as you may have noticed this weekend, a partial government shutdown went into effect. meaning some government employees are working without pay this christmas.( darya ) and there's a chance it won't be fixed until the new year. john lorinc explains. president trump and congressional democrats can't bridge the gap over the border wall.that resulted in a partial government shutdown. nat sound of wh switchboard message"due to the lapse of federal funding, we are unable to take your call. once funding has been restored, our operations will resume." roughly 25-percent of the government is affected.mos/no
font available"so they canceled christmas, huh?"the lights for the national tree were temporarily cut over the weekend after someone climbed the tree.but it was the lack of federal appropriations that resulted in the closure of the tree-side pathways.carolyn schulz/alexandria resident "it's just frustrating that you come out to do something that you're hoping to do for the holidays that you do every year and now you can't do it." other monuments in washington d-c closed because of the shutdown include ford's theatre....and the lincoln memorial.... in international headlines ...rescuers are looking for survivors after a
tsunami hit the indonesian coastline over the weekend. officials believe an eruption of the kra-ka-toa volcano caused an underwater landslide that triggered the tsunami. at least 281 people were killed.melisa raney reports on the devastating tsunami. a desparate search for survivors --nat - shouting people left digging though the rubble after a tsunami hit the coastline of west java and sumatra, indonesia on saturday. more than two hundred people have been killed.hundreds more are injured or missing.the tsunami struck without warning --people ran for their lives as a towering wall of water slammed the pandeglang district ...destroying more than 500 homes and severely damaging hotels and restaurants.the waves caused a stage to collapse during a band's performance --ifan / seventeen lead singer: "our bass player ... and our manager ... passed away..." several of the band's other members are still missing . authorities typically have time to warn of imminent tsunamis ...the head of indonesia's national disaster mitigation agnency said there was no warning saturday night.
tsunami's typically follow an earthquake --but experts believe this tsunami was triggered by underwater landslides caused by the eruption of a nearby volcano. now, teams of aid workers are on the ground ...helping in the cleanup effort and sifting through the debris -- hoping to find more survivors.i'm melisa raney reporting. ( will ) and santa rosa police arrested one person following a fight at the santa rosa plaza and discovered a stolen, loaded weapon and about a pound of pot in their car. officers were called out because of the fight --- but the suspects ran before police could aphrehend anyone on the scene. it was during a traffic stop in the parking lot, that 18-year-old angel valencia tried to run from police and they found the illegal items in their car. the weapon was reported stolen in new mexico.
( darya ) antioch police are thanking good neighbors for helping catch a man prowling around cars. they posted these pictures on facebook. around 6 sunday morning a neighbor from the prewett ranch drive and summerfield drive area called into to say she had seen a man on her home security cameras walking around trying to open car doors. the woman gave police a good description of the man when police arrived he bolted. officers ran after him and he threw a loaded gun. but they were able to catch him turns out he had numerous warrants, drug paraphernalia, stolen credit cards, and the gun was reported stolen during a vehicle burglary 2 weeks ago. (á2 shotá)( darya ) weather officials say king tides or extreme tides might flood parts of the san francisco coastline throughout christmas eve. people along the piers have saw some high water splashing up on walkways this weekend. ( will ) and some of the businesses are prepared for the rising waters. kron4's dan thorne has more.
high water from king tides splashing along a pier 3 walkway..the national weather service says more of these king tides will threaten san francisco's coastlines through christmas eve..flooding along roads, and sidewalks is a concern for areas like the embarcadero..and some businesses in pier 3 were seen getting prepared...sandbags are set up to hopefully deter any rising waters..other businesses like book passage in the san francisco ferry building are not as concerned.. sot: no not as far as the book store is worried just make sure you don't stand too close to the edges of the railings or anything like that. nick mitchell says he believes the ferry building should not have any problems..however, when you see some of the king tides come in you might be surprised..sot: nothing too dangerous but every once and a while you'll see it take a tourist off-guard. ( will ) happening now ... the lefty o'doul's last minute
christmas eve toy drive.( darya ) kron 4's sara stinson is joining us now live with more on the big event. good morning. mayor london breed to join mayor willie brown, san francisco fire chief joanne hayes-white, and community members for the 18th annual lefty o'doul's last minute christmas eve toy drive.lefty o'doul's fisherman's wharf ballpark buffet and cafe145 jefferson street
(james)( darya ) welcome back. let's get a check of the weather this morning... another day spent in the upper 50's and low 60's but this christmas eve will come along with some noticeable changes. showers will increase across the bay mid-morning and take us through the afternoon into the early evening.
880 to 101. accident in martinez on nb 680 before marin vista accident tblocking. (á2 shotá) (á2 shotá)( darya ) in 20-18... the u-s experienced raging wildfires, snow across the south and two major hurricanes.( will ) natasha chen has a look at some of 20-18's biggest weather events. diane brewer/lives in montecito: "this looks like a war zone."in january -- heavy rain fell on the burn scar left behind by what was then the largest wildfire in california history...
of fire>...the thomas fire. fast-moving floods triggered mudslides and debris flows... that swept away cars... and buried homes in santa barbara county. rachel ross/lives in montecito, ca: "there's nothing here anymore, besides a river of mud."more than a dozen people were killed -- and hundreds of homes were damaged or destroyed. the thomas fire -- which began in december 2017 and charred nearly 282-thousand acres -- wasn't fully extinguished until june. it was a snowy and frigid start to the new year for the east coast. a series of winter storms brought snow to the deep south... tallahassee, florida saw its first measurable snow in nearly 30 years... and charleston, south carolina received its largest snowfall since 1989 with 5-point-3 inches. that same series of storms brought bone-chilling temperatures -- blinding snow - - and historic flooding to parts of new england. the tide at boston harbor reached a record of 15- point-1-6 feet. floodwaters reached the doors of some homes -- forcing people to flee.and cars were submerged -- some in as much as three feet of water.
the mendocino complex fire erupted in northern california. just over459-thousand acres were scorched and more than 300homes were destroyed. officials say it's the largest wildfire in state history.and it wasn't fully contained until september. also in september... hurricane florence took aim on the southeast as a category 4 storm. more than a million people across north and south carolina were told to leave -- or prepare for the worst. rep. tom rice/(r) south carolina: "if you stay, and you get stuck in this, you're on your own."the slow- moving storm weakened to a category one before making landfall near wrightsville beach, north carolina.but its effects were devastating. high winds toppled trees... transformers exploded -- leaving hundreds of thousands of people in the dark. and the storm's relentless rain -- and high storm surge -- triggered destructive flooding. more than a dozen rivers in north and south carolina overflowed their banks -- inundating homes and prompting hundreds of water rescues.
more than 50people were killed in the storm... in october...hurricane michael charged toward the florida panhandle.and governor rick scott urged residents to prepare. gov. rick scott/(r) florida: "this storm will be life-threatening and extremely dangerous."michael made landfall near mexico beach as a strong category 4 with 155 mile-per-hour winds.it's the strongest hurricane to hit the continental u-s since andrew in 1992. rebecca garrigan/rode out storm: "the roar of it, i guess, is what was just deafening."homes were wiped off their foundations -- or splintered like toothpicks. roads were ripped apart. coastlines -- made unrecognizable. and as michael moved inland -- it devastated georgia's agriculture.state officials estimate it caused more than two billion dollars in damage... and in november -- the catastrophic camp fire erupted in northern california. gov. jerry brown/(d) california: "this is so devastating that i don't have the words to describe it."fast-moving flames - fueled by fierce winds - devoured everything in their path. the fire scorched 153-thousand acres in butte county.and all but leveled the townof paradise.
mayor jody jones/paradise, ca: "90% of the homes in every single neighborhood are gone." more than 80 people were killed in the northern california wildfire.and officials say it is the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in state history.i'm natasha chen reporting. ( will ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news....two birds are recovering after they swallowed prescription drugs...and now police are investigating.
(robin) accident in martinez on nb 680 before marin vista accident tblocking. ( darya ) two birds are expected to survive after they swallowed prescription pills that were dumped at a southern california park. someone spotted a canada goose lying on the groud with its feet in the air. the orange county register says someone apparently dumped hundreds of pills on the grounds of a park in huntington beach. two affected birds had their systems flushed and are
recovering. police say the pills apparently included sedatives and they're grateful no children mistook the pills for candy and ate them. police are investigating. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news....a warning before you make your avocado toast this morning.. why the fda says it could make you sick.
thunderstorms will become possible into the no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( darya ) the manzanita park and ride lot in mill valley will remain closed until christmas day because of flooding.. the roads flooded friday ... making it too dangerous to drive through. with the king tides a looming threat ... it is important that drivers be look
out for road closures. ( darya ) cal-trans warns that sections of high way one in mill valley may also flood. ( will ) happening now ... the lefty o'doul's last minute christmas eve toy drive.( darya ) kron 4's sara stinson is joining us now live with more on the big event. good morning. mayor london breed to join mayor willie brown, san
( will ) several camp fire victims are spending the holidays at a retreat in the east bay. ashley zavala explains how the retreat is helping survivors cope. "we're usually closed at christmas time."christmas at the san damiano retreat center is different this year. the gently decorated grounds are serving as a getaway this week for survivors of the camp fire. ((lisa briones- san damiano retreats)) "we decided to open our doors for those wanting a little bit of respite from the daily task of insurance, trying to think of what was in the house and write things down.."event organizer lisa briones came up with the idea.. "i have also experienced some of what our guests are going through... i lost my house in 2015 in the butte fire."san damiano and its volunteers organized events, crafts and meals for about 200 survivors.
"i kept thinking, i don't want to die here, i don't want to be burned to death.."memories are still so vivid for paradise resident carol gresehover (greshover). she, her mom and dog have been taking in the scenery and relaxing at the retreat.. (carol gresehover - camp fire survivor)) "it''s been very nice, great to meet other people who have gone through this, hearing their stories." she says she's grateful for an experience like this.."literal wounds up there in that town, and it's jus, it's really great seeing people coming together. little small acts of heroism, when you have these kinds of things, it's remarable to see that."tag.
( darya ) victims from the camp fire ... are planning to have a very merry christmas in paradise. a local nursery donated a christmas tree to light up at the ice rink in town. the tree was the only thing that survived when the nursery burned down in the fire. some businesses have reopened and medical workers are helping patients. the community continues to rebuild in the days before the new year. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning buzz... what the warriors, 9ers are doing this christmas.. and what are the raiders going to do after tonight's last game in oakland.. maybe you'll follow them to vegas.. but would you follow them all the way to london??? you know when you're at ross and you realize it's time your sister stopped borrowing your sweaters? yes! that's yes for less. stop stealing mine... never. the perfect sweater makes the perfect holiday gift. and it feels even better when you find it for less -
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thunderstorms will become possible into the afternoon before skies clear and (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. mass transit agencies on a holday schedule ( will ) 4 your health this morning...you may want to start washing your avocados before you eat them. the u-s food and drug administration says it's the only sure way to prevent bacteria and dirt from transferring from the peel --- to your knife --- to the fruit inside. in a new report released this month, the f-d-a said about one in every five avocados tested positive for a bacteria that can cause listeria. that's the
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with some another day spent in the upper 50's and low 60's but this christmas eve will come along with some noticeable changes. showers will increase across the bay mid-morning and take us through the afternoon into the early evening. thunderstorms will become possible into the afternoon before skies clear and dry out into tomorrow.
basketball.. gotta wait til 5pm for the warriors matchup it's the hottest ticket and most expsensive ticket of all the christmas day games : average ticket 900 bucks. thank god the 49ers only have one game left so they can stop inventing new ways to lose.. they had a 9-7 lead at half time and you thought.. maybe they can do this! but then the bears opened the second half by marching t length of the field, eventually taking a 14-9 lead which they held on to by not allowing the 49ers to advance inside the red zone on four possessions.and then there was the action on the sideline: with under 6 minutes to play, a late hit on bears quarterback mitchell trubisky sparked a brawl... richard sherman didn't
hesitate to mix it up, shoving plenty of opponents despite being heavily outnumbered given the position on the field. , "i'm a grown man; you don't grab, pull on me---i don't put my hands on you, you don't put your hands on me," sherman said. "you put your hands on me, you're gonna feel me.">sherman and chicago wide receivers anthony miller and joshua bellamy were ejected. when you wake up and check under the tree tomorrow morning.. santa will be morning.. tomorrow the tree check under wake up and when you ejected. bellamy were and joshua anthony miller receivers chicago wide sherman
and feel me.">sherman and chicago wide receivers anthony miller and joshua bellamy were ejected. when you wake up and check under the tree tomorrow morning.. santa will be gone.. and so will the raiders.. they play their last game at the coleseum tonight.. as alecia reid reports, some fans will follow them to vegas.. others are done:raider fans gather on sunday ... before what may be the team's last game in the bay area .... on christmas eve.it's really hard to see your team leave. for me it's kinda like betrayal whether grabbing their gear, or rocking it while watching other teams play ... this has always been bonding time for many families.we've been raider fans all our lives. my son grew up. raised him as a raider fan.the raiders have a dedicated fan base ... i bleed silver and black, i love the teamthey'll follow the team whether they play in the bay area next year or not.if they went to texas, san diego, anywhere in the us i'll follow
them. 100%silver and black. we're die hards. we're gonna follow them wherever they go. before the 2020 move to las vegas ... some feel they should stay right here.they shouldnt play anywhere else but the oakland colleseum. some of the greatest games in the nfl were played at the colleseum. it's just a shame. i'm a believer so you tta have thatothers currently rocking silver and black intend to move on once the raiders make their move.i will not be financially supporting thee nflthink they're making a big mistake going to vegas. it should be about the fans reporting from san leandro ... ar ... kron 4 news.where will they go? we've heard a lot about the giants att park.. levis stadium.. or san diego.. but listen to this: they could wind up in england! you know how the nfl has been wanting to get more fans across the pond.. according to fox's jay glazer, other owners pitched the raiders playing their home games in london and the raiders are thinking about it and how it would work.. maybe if they split the schedule (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (ácommercialá) (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (ácommercialá)
(á2 shotá) ( will ) five new movies opened in theaters this weekend, but only three made it into the top 5 at the box office. ( darya ) rick damigella breaks it all down. (nat)"permission to come aboard?"the king of atlantis is now king of the box office. "aquaman" was expected to win the weekend, and easily overcame its competition with a sixty-seven-point-four
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