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live look outside from our embarcadero camera. thanks for joining us. i'm will tran. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast.
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breaking news this morning. >> rebecca: thought they the and then in the north bay we are seeing some of that far east bay valley. especially in pleasanton right now your waking up too chilly conditions vs what we saw yesterday. >> will:a powerful
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magnitude seven point four earthquake has struck new zealand. it happened near the city of chirstchurch. here is video of the quake as it hit inside of a home. there were no immediate reports of major damage or injuries. authorities say the quake has generated a tsunami warning. we'll keep you updated all morning on the air and through our kron four mobile app. our top story this morning. protests continue across the nation after the 20-16 presidential election and president elect donald trump. on the left of your screen, you can see protests and riots in los angeles. ten thousand people took the streets from macarthur park to downtown l-a. this for a 5th night in a row. and on the right of your screen more protests happening in portland. and police say man was shot during one of those protest in portland overnight on saturday. and police say two people have been arrested in connection to that shooting of the protester. behind me is video of the scene of the shooting. you can see the chaotic scene it became. police say the man was shot and wounded during a march. the two suspects left in a car after the incident. but later, an off-duty officer spotted the car.
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and arrested the two shooters. they are both now behind bars on attempted murder charges. here is what police in portland had to say to the people in the city about the incident. >> will:police say the two that were arrested for the shooting have gang ties. the man shot is expected to survive. and here in the bay area. a group of protesters marched in oakland at macartuhur and 14th street saturday night. this is video of that protest. frutrated protestors say the donald trump is un-fit to serve. they say he is impulsive, racist and sexist. protestors say they refuse to have a leader who, in their eyes, campaigned on a platform based on hatred. social media posts are already urging people to start planning for a mass nationwide demonstatration in cities throughout the nation. including san francsco and oakland on january 20th. that's day trump will be
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inaugrated. >> will:another big story we are following this morning. protesters gathered near the scene of a possible hate crime in berkley. this happened saturday when they tried to start an anti- trump and anti-white supremacy rally. that's where police say a man assaulted two berkeley students. kron four's hermela aregawi has more on how these people say trump is not their president. tonight uc berkeelyt police are looking for a man that they say spat on two students. and yelled racial and homophobic slurs at them. on tuesday, people were gathered in sporul plaza watching the elections. police say that's when the man appoached them. police say the susepct is a white male in his 50's and about 5'6 or 5'7 in height. >> reporter:students i talked to say this campus is known for being inclusive. but since election, day.something has changed. abby anderson >>:i am definitely hearing a lot more about this studd since the election. i think a lot of what trump has said has been validated since people have voted for him and that's a scary
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thing. these sexist racist and homophobic comments are now being given some sort of weight in our political system and culture. sot thomas dobbs >>:when i came to berkeley i was suprrised to asee that there wasn't a lot of racial acts out in the open. there wasn't a lot of racism out in the open and if something came out into the open, it was attacked. it was put down. and it was. there was a lot of community support and im really upset to see that happening here. standup >> reporter:when a crime happens on or near campus, students get an alert just like they did with this one. but a lot of students we talked to say this is the first one in recent memeory that's being investigated as a hate crime. reporting in berkeley ha, kron 4 news. >> will:happening today. the 96th annual veterans day arade in san francisco. it's happening at fisherman's wharf this morning.
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and kron four's averi harper is there right now >>averi: the floods will be traveling down the embarcadero later on this morning.
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weekend. three people murdered in a quiet oakland neighborhood. what we know about the person who police think might have done the crime. and. a home invasion in the east bay. what the robbers did to an elderly man before looking through his house. and coming up next. more and more people are starting to leave california. what new research is saying, coming up.
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>> will:for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. more and more people are leaving california due to the rising housing costs.
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a new report from data analysis firm core-logic says for every home buyer coming into the state. there are three californians selling and moving elsewhere. researchers say the expensive housing market is to blame. the median home price is 428- thousand dollars. and prices are up 71-percent since 2011. and incomes are not keeping up with the home prices. forcing mostly people in the working and middle class out of the state. the report also says san jose has the most expensive housing market in california. where the median home price is one-million dollars. a federal judge is laying out rules for how amazon must reimburse customers whose kids made in-app purchases without permission. the federal trade commission sued the company in 2014. saying it was too easy for children to spend their parent's money while playing games on mobile devices. the agency settled similar cases against apple and google. all three companies now require a password for in-app purchases. amazon will now have to notify affected customers and allow them to make claims to get a
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>> will:thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: we will see another mile day for your veteran's day weekends receive 70 again like we saw yesterday albert warmer for inland spots that cooler start to the morning and to the force of forecast cameron network overlooking san francisco in the afternoon and lots of sunshine to expect. same as of course deferences go along the coast then later this
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evening around 5 6:00. because of all this cool conditions verses yesterday seven for hayward 5% of sex 11 and about our right now. fill in the '40's and some stocks. 54 and hayward also '40's and the north bay.
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and then the little bit breezy the temperature is getting in the sixties and fifties lunchtime in the '70s were more than what we saw yesterday 75 fairfield summoned for concord 70 degrees and oakland. 64 for san francisco. quite nice coming out to the city for the veterans day parade >> will:big news out of the east bay. the woman arrested in the oakland triple homicide is dana rivers. the 61 year old san jose woman was booked into jail friday and faces murder charges. this after two women were stabbed to death and a man shot to death inside an oakland home. the bodies were recovered friday.
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stay with kron four for more updates on this big story. >> will:a big story this morning. donald trump is pledging restraint on twitter as president. he told sixty minutes he's going to be quote " very restrained, if i use it at all." the president elect says social media helped him win races in states where he was outspent. and he thinks he's proved how the platform can be more powerful than money. some of trump's most controversial comments have come from his tweets, often at night. a double whammy. that's how hillary clinton is describing the decision by f-b-i director james comey to take another look at her emails in the final days of the campaign. a member of clinton's finance committee says she placed at least some of the blame on comey for her stunning defeat to trump. this was during a confernece call with her donors saturday. she said the first letter comey sent to congress on october 28 stopped the momentum she built. then the second simply fired up trump supporters. and didn't help sway on the fence voters her way.
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those on the call tell c-n-n clinton used it to thank her supporters and urge them to fight against divisive rhetoric. thanksgiving is right around the corner.
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and volunteers around the bay area are giving back to the community. hundreds of volunteers at the san francisco marin foodbank have been ramping up to prepare for the many families in need. earlier this week a donation from a food company brought hundreds of turkeys into the foodbank's freezer. but that's not even close to the goal the organization has set for thanksgiving. in addition to turkeys the foodbank encourages donations of canned goods and other non perisiable foods. a little boy from anaheim is out of the hospital after he was attacked by dogs. his mother tried to save him but she was also attacked. this is video of the scene.caught on surveillance cameras. you can see the helpless mother.shielding her son as the dog continued to bite. luckily, neighbors were able to fight the dogs off. the family believes the canine duo was in a neighbor's yard. and somehow got loose. the mother was unscathed.but her son suffered serious injures. neighbors held the dogs after the attack until animal control officers came and took them away. four people have been killed after a suicide bombing in afghanistan. the blast happened saturday. government officials say it occurred at bagram airfield. that's the largest u-s military base in the country. the taliban released a tweet claiming responsibility for the quote "strong attack." a taliban official also said the blast was planned about four months ago. the bomber is believed to be one of those killed. at least 14 people were injured in the attac coming up next on kron four news weekend. the warriors return to the court.
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and the 49ers are fresh off their bye week. a preview of those games coming up. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekned. it's snowfest 20-16 in san francisco. check out the lift tickets, raffle and prizes. it's happening at the sports basement in the presidio from noon to 4:00 and it's free to attend.
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>> will:now to sports. and later today, the dubs will be squaring off against the suns. the warriors have won their last three games in a row and are seven and two on the season. golden state's star acquisition kevin durant has been paying off so far this season. durant leads the team with nearly 28 points per game average. the warriors are also 1st in the n-b-a in points scored per game. averaging nearly 115 per game. tonights game tips off at 5:00. in 49er news. the red and gold will be taking on division rival arizona this week. the 49ers will be looking for their 2nd win of the season. the team is currently 1 and 7.
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the last time the 49ers played against arizona, 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick threw for 4 interceptions and no touchdown passes. today's game starts at 1:25 pm. the 1st place oakland raiders are on a bye this week. the sharks on their 3rd game of a 6 game road trip in tampa bay saturday night. patrick marleau gets team teal on the board in the first. then tommy wingels receives the nice pass for the another goal in the first. the sharks wouldn't look back and end up winning three to one.
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they are now on a three game winning streak. their next game is in carolina on tuesday. now to college. where cal dropped another game. losing it's third in a row to twenty third ranked washington state. the cougars jumped on cal early, scores 14 points in the 1st quarter. washington state's quarterback luke falk threw for five touchdowns in the game. final score 56 to 21 washington state. and stanford easily handled oregon. the cardinal scored 21 points in the first quarter before crusing to a big win. stanford's star runninback christian mccaffery rushed for 135 yards and had 3 scores in this one. final score 52 to 27. coming up next on kron four news weekend. a mother missing in california. the case that officials are relating her disapperance to. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the baroque orchestra concert in san francisco. check out the varied traditions of musical performances. it's happening at the san francisco conservatory of music from 2:00 to 4:00 and it's free to attend.
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>> rebecca: up temperatures even a couple the trees were extreme them by 5:00 we start to cool down once again with zero light breeze rain may be on the way for the bay area all those details coming up and 15 minutes. >> will:sherri papini
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was last seen before she went on a run on november second. her husband reported her missing when she did not pick up their two children from daycare. he has been ruled out as a suspect. it is unknown if papini's case is connected to the 1998 disappearance of tera smith. the 16-year-old from redding resembled papini. she was last seen in running clothes. her body was never found. big news out of san mateo county >> will:that's were where two people were arrested in connection with a car burglary. it first happened monday around noon in san bruno on masson avenue near 7th avenue park. later that evening, investigators learned the palo alto police department had encountered two people who were in possesion of several items taken during the burglary. san bruno police went to palo alto and found the thieves. the duo was arresed on suspicion of vehicle burglary, grand theft and identity theft. in the east bay.
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>> reporter:an elderly man tied up during a home invasion robbery. and the robbers are still on the loose. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the victim's son-in- law who is grateful his father- in-law survived. sot- "he's pretty shaken up" which is understandable, considering what the victim's famiily says happened here thursday afternoon. another seemingly quiet day in east fremont near canyon heights quickly turned chaotic for an elderly man living on altura place. fremont police say at least three robbers, two wearing masks, knocked on the victim's front door. and, when he answered and cracked open the door -- the victim's son-in-law, who shared his voice with us, but wishes to remain private -- says the home invaders barged in. sot- "he's very trustful and these people just took advantage of him." investigators say the robbery happened at around noon that day. one neighbor tells kron four he believes the thieves knocked on his door first -- his kids were home alone and didn't answer. instead, the elderly man fell victim. police say he was tied up, while the robbers ransacked the house. >>:sot- "the man was fortunately not injured, um, but some uh cellphone and money were taken. >> reporter:
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sergeant ricardo cortes says this case has the detective unit's full attention. sot- "you're violating somebody's home, it involves violence and taking of somebody's property, so we definitely make that a high priority." now the victim's son-law says the whole neighborhood is on alert. sot- "we're reiterating for each other how we answer the door, um, anyone suspicious, be sure to you know, try to identify who they are. um, just never let your guard down, i guess." police say that its possible that the robbers were seen leaving the area in a dark colored sedan. but so far, no arrests have been made. in fremont, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> will:in bay area news. the anti-trump protest continue in san francisco. hundreds of people gathered to chant, and rally in the streets to voice their opinions against the president-elect. kron4 spencer blake has the latest. >>:"for the second day in a row there were two different anti- trump rallies in san francisco, and for the second day in a row, one of them ended here at city hall." the same anger.the same political catalyst.and many of the same chants were part of today's marches. in the castro district, about 50 or 60 people carried signs while getting visual and audible support for onlookers. "i'm supportive of marching; i think the more impactful thing is getting more involved and supporting strong political candidates that represent our values." one marcher, who wishes she could have voted in her native swing state of north carolina, says public perception is important to change.
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"i decided to join the march randomly today, and i just started crying because it's overwhelming that we all feel the same way." an animal rights activist in san francisco noticed groups in the east bay have been better at mobilizing demonstrations against donald trump. on thursday, she started orchestrating this one. "we're going to have to do a lot more protests to counter any harmful policies that he passes." the group had hoped to join up with a second protest, but it got canceled. so these marchers went at it *again in the evening. their crowd grew as it approached city hall. "i don't know if anything's going to change, but i think we have to send the message that hate and intolerance are not okay." then, after dark, a *third rally formed as a candlelight vigil. once again, police stood by, and cleared the way for marchers, to keep the peaceand the rallies never turned nasty. "as protesters dissembled at city hall, they also talked about another rally planned for sunday at three in the afternoon. in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news." live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekned. it's the sunday streets block party in san francisco. come out and bike, skate and more along the streets. it's all happening along embarcadero 4 from 11:00 to 4:00 the event is free to attend.
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in tech news this morning. apple is now offering a cheaper way to buy i-phones. kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate shows us how. stand up - >> reporter:for the first time in over 8 years apple is now selling refurbished iphones at a discounted price. you won't find these deals in stores. they are hiding inside the online apple store. at the bottom of the home page there is a "refurbished" link once you click on that you will
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see the discounted iphones. these are good deal depending what you are looking for you can get an iphone for 10-30% off. it's a safe way to buy a used iphone. they come with a one-year warranty, just like new iphones, and include a new battery and new outer shell. they also come unlocked ready to work with the carrier of your choice. gazelle dot com is another reputable online seller of used iphones. i have bought a couple off here and had a good experience. if you have lost your iphone and just need a quick replacement you can find a good deal here much cheaper than apple's used prices. their used phones go through a 30-point inspection and they offer a 30 day return but they don't offer the warranty like apple. stand up - " if you're in the market. keep in mind black friday is coming
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up soon and several of the big retailers are offering significant price cuts on iphones. for a closer look at that and for links to the websites i mentioned earlier look for my tech page on kron 4 dot com or on our mobile app. wytrgs coming up next on kron four news weekend. president elect donald trump has been in the middle of controversy. live look outside. from kirkwood. for the weekned. it's a birthday celebration for san jose. come out and celebrate the city's 239th birthday with some cake. it's all happening at the peralta-fallon historic site from 11:00 to 3:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> rebecca: similar to what we saw yesterday morning cooler for temperatures. leading the house this morning. and that blanket
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of cloud cover. special and fog tracker all kinds of fog. fifties' along the east bay shoreline 54 hayward 58 for san francisco south bay's on 71 for my nephew's 73 cupertino then about a degree warmer for santa clara. then along a passel of
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717 tel 64 for have monday 79 expected for redwood city. and then nevada office 69 and in the planning forecast piquancy sunshine through tomorrow. the dutch at the chance of dry for the rest of your week.
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>> will:if you thought president-elect donald trump would take it slow and steady on his first day in office, think again. over the last few months on the
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campaign trail, trump pledged an ambitious first-day agenda. from our partners at c-n-n, randi kaye takes a look back. don't expect donald trump to ease into his new job as president. "it's going to be a very busy first day." day one, president-elect trump plans to take action on everything from isis to immigration. "on day one, i'm going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country" trump vowing to start the process of getting rid of what he called gangs of thugs within one hour of taking office. "the first piece of paper that i'm going to sign is we're gonna get rid of these people. we are gonna get rid of them day one. we start day one." along with that, mister trump also plans to start work on the wall at the southern border, to keep illegal immigrants out. "on day one we will begin working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful southern border wall!" "donald trump is aiming high for those first 24 hours on the job. pledging to repeal all of what he calls barack obama's "unconstitutional executive orders" he also plans to immediately suspend immigration
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from syria and libya. and get his generals started on isis." "i am also going to convene my top generals and give them a simple instruction: they will have 30 days to submit to the oval office a plan for soundly and quickly defeating isis." day one -- obamacare is a target too. "i am going to ask congress to send me a bill to repeal and replace, finally, obamacare. it's a disaster. under senate rules, that bill can be passed with 51 votes. 51! meaning a republican congress and a republican president can save americans from this disaster in a single afternoon." vice president-elect mike pence echoing those promises and more. vice president-elect "he is going to repeal every single obama executive order that's stifling jobs and growth in this economy. he is going to repeal obamacare lock, stock and barrel and lastly on day one of this administration, we're going to end the war on coal once and for all." on the first day of the trump administration, say goodbye to some gun-free zones too. "i will get rid of gun-free zones on schools, and - you have to - and on military bases. my first day, it gets signed, okay? my first day. there's no more gun-free zones." and if president-elect trump has his way, nafta could go away. day one he plans to notify canada and mexico that the trade deal he calls a "disaster" is officially up for renegotiation.
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an ambitious first day for the president-elect. randi kaye, c-n-n orlando. an alternative to the epi-pen is set to be available in drug- stores in the first half of next year. the epi-nephrine auto-injector called auvi-q was created by twin brothers evan and eric edwards. the device talks you through what to do in case of an allergic reaction. the edwards brothers created the auvi-q because kids with allergies hate carrying around the large epi-pen. the auvi-q was recalled in 2015 due to concerns that it was not releasing the accurate dosage of epinephrine. the auto-injector is now produced on a robotic line at kaleo pharmaceuticals where each auvi-q undergoes over 100 quality checks. the food allergy research and education organization says the issues that led to the recall should not be an issue going forward.
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coming up next on kron four news weekend. how a woman in her 90s faced her fears. and completed an item on her bucket list in a once in a life time opportunity. live look outside.sutro tower. for the weekned. it's the marine mammal center science sunday in sausalito come out and learn about marine life from the people who know marine life the best it's all happening at the marine mammal center from 10:00 to 5:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> will:you're never too old to work on your bucket list. and an elderly woman from wisconsin is the perfect example of it. this is 93-year old peggy gruner. one of the things on her bucket list was to zipline down through the mall of america. she says she's always had a fear of heights. but she was finally able to muster up the courage to zip down the mall. 50 feet above the ground. here is what she had to say after the expirence. gruner is already trying to decide what her next adventure will be.
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good morning. we're taking a embarcadero camera. thanks for joining us. i'm will tran. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: we will let you know
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how long it will get your neighborhood coming up. >> will:breaking news this morning. a powerful magnitude seven point four earthquake has struck new zealand. it happened near the city of chirstchurch. here is video of the quake as it hit inside of a home. there were no immediate reports of major damage or injuries. authorities say the quake has generated a tsunami warning.
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we'll keep you updated all morning on the air and through our kron four mobile app. our top story this morning. protests continue across the nation after the 20-16 presidential election and president elect donald trump. on the left of your screen, you can see protests and riots in los angeles. ten thousand people took the streets from macarthur park to downtown l-a. this for a 5th night in a row. and on the right of your screen more protests happening in portland. and police say man was shot during one of those protest in portland overnight on saturday. and police say two people have been arrested in connection to that shooting of the protester.
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behind me is video of the scene of the shooting. you can see the chaotic scene it became. police say the man was shot and wounded during a march. the two suspects left in a car after the incident. but later, an off-duty officer spotted the car. and arrested the two shooters. they are both now behind bars on attempted murder charges. here is what police in portland had to say to the people in the city about the incident. police say the two that were arrested for the shooting have gang ties. the man shot is expected to survive.
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and here in the bay area. a group of protesters marched in oakland at macartuhur and 14th street saturday night. this is video of that protest. frutrated protestors say the donald trump is un-fit to serve. they say he is impulsive, racist and sexist. protestors say they refuse to have a leader who, in their eyes, campaigned on a platform based on hatred. social media posts are already urging people to start planning for a mass nationwide demonstatration in cities throughout the nation. including san francsco and oakland on january 20th. that's day trump will be inaugrated. another big story we are following this morning. protesters gathered near the scene of a possible hate crime in berkley. this happened saturday when they tried to start an anti-trump and anti-white supremacy rally. that's where police say a man assaulted two berkeley students. kron four's hermela aregawi has more on how these people say trump is not their president.
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tonight uc berkeelyt police are looking for a man that they say spat on two students. and yelled racial and homophobic slurs at them. on tuesday, people were gathered in sporul plaza watching the elections. police say that's when the man appoached them. police say the susepct is a white male in his 50's and about 5'6 or 5'7 in height. students i talked to say this campus is known for being inclusive. but since election, day.something has changed. abby anderson i am definitely hearing a lot more about this studd since the election. i think a lot of what trump has said has been validated since people have voted for him and that's a scary thing. these sexist racist and homophobic comments are now being given some sort of weight in our political system and culture. sot thomas dobbs when i came to berkeley i was suprrised to asee that there
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wasn't a lot of racial acts out in the open. there wasn't a lot of racism out in the open and if something came out into the open, it was attacked. it was put down. and it was. there was
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a lot of community support and im really upset to see that happening here. standup when a crime happens on or near campus, students get an alert just like they did with this one. but a lot of students we talked to say this is the first one in recent memeory that's being investigated as a hate crime. reporting in berkeley ha, kron 4 news. happening today. the 96th annual veterans day arade in san francisco. it's happening at fisherman's wharf this morning. and kron four's averi harper is there right now good morning averi. what can people expect out there today? happening today. it's the 96th annual veterans day parade. it starts at 11 this morning at fisherman's wharf. people attending are honoring the service and sacrficies of the armed forces. the parade will start on north point street between powell and the embarcadero. then head towards jefferson street. it goes on until 1 this afternoon. coming up on kron four news weekend. three people murdered in a quiet oakland neighborhood. what we know about the person who police think might have done the crime.
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and. a home invasion in the east bay. what the robbers did to an elderly man before looking through his house. and coming up next. more and more people are starting to leave california. what new research is saying, coming up. for your money:.
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>> will: here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. more and more people are leaving california due to the rising housing costs. a new report from data analysis firm core-logic says for every home buyer coming into the state. there are three californians selling and moving elsewhere. researchers say the expensive housing market is to blame. the median home price is 428- thousand dollars. and prices are up 71-percent since 2011. and incomes are not keeping up with the home prices. forcing mostly people in the working and middle class out of the state. the report also says san jose has the most expensive housing market in california. where the median home price is one-million dollars. a federal judge is laying out rules for how amazon must reimburse customers whose kids made in-app purchases without permission. the federal trade commission sued the company in 2014. saying it was too easy for children to spend their parent's money while playing games on mobile devices.
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the agency settled similar cases against apple and google. all three companies now require a password for in-app purchases. amazon will now have to notify affected customers and allow them to make claims to get a refund. the judge denied their request to reimburse the customers with amazon gift cards. for the weekned. it's the art stroll and mural tour in san francisco. enjoy the music, poetry and tours. it's happening at 24th street mission from 11:00 to 7:00. and it's free to attend.
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>> rebecca: mixed bag as for the cloud cover nursing fought stockton in san jose. which
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preconditions the '70s 75 for fairfield 74 for concord little warmer than 70 degrees of plan 71 for hayward nighties 72 for monday is 64 degrees for severance the scope. big news out of the east bay. >> will:the woman arrested in the oakland triple homicide is dana rivers. the 61 year old san jose woman was booked into jail friday and faces murder charges. this after two women were stabbed to death and a man shot to death inside an oakland home. the bodies were recovered friday. stay with kron four for more updates on this big story. >> will:a big story this morning.
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donald trump is pledging restraint on twitter as president. he told sixty minutes he's going to be quote " very restrained, if i use it at all." the president elect says social media helped him win races in states where he was outspent. and he thinks he's proved how the platform can be more powerful than money. some of trump's most controversial comments have come from his tweets, often at night. a double whammy.
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that's how hillary clinton is describing the decision by f-b-i director james comey to take another look at her emails in the final days of the campaign. a member of clinton's finance committee says she placed at least some of the blame on comey for her stunning defeat to trump. this was during a confernece call with her donors saturday. she said the first letter comey sent to congress on october 28 stopped the momentum she built. then the second simply fired up trump supporters. and didn't help sway on the fence voters her way. those on the call tell c-n-n clinton used it to thank her supporters and urge them to fight against divisive rhetoric. thanksgiving is right around the corner. and volunteers around the bay area are giving back to the community. hundreds of volunteers at the san francisco marin foodbank have been ramping up to prepare for the many families in need. earlier this week a donation from a food company brought hundreds of turkeys into the foodbank's freezer. but that's not even close to the goal the organization has set for thanksgiving. in addition to turkeys the foodbank encourages donations of canned goods and other non perisiable foods.
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>> will: afghanistan. the blast happened saturday. government officials say it occurred at bagram airfield. that's the largest u-s military base in the country. the taliban released a tweet claiming responsibility for the quote "strong attack." a taliban official also said the blast was planned about four months ago. the bomber is believed to be one of those killed. at least 14 people were injured in the attac coming up next on kron four news weekend. the warriors return to the court. and the 49ers are fresh off their bye week. a preview of those games coming up. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekned. it's snowfest 20-16 in san francisco. check out the lift tickets, raffle and prizes. it's happening at the sports basement in the presidio from noon to 4:00 and it's free to attend.
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>> will:now to sports. and later today, the dubs will be squaring off against the suns. the warriors have won their last three games in a row and are seven and two on the season. golden state's star acquisition kevin durant has been paying off so far this season. durant leads the team with nearly 28 points per game average. the warriors are also 1st in the n-b-a in points scored per game. averaging nearly 115 per game. tonights game tips off at 5:00. in 49er news. the red and gold will be taking on division rival arizona this week. the 49ers will be looking for their 2nd win of the season. the team is currently 1 and 7. the last time the 49ers played against arizona, 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick threw for 4 interceptions and no touchdown passes. today's game starts at 1:25 pm. the 1st place oakland raiders are on a bye this week. the sharks on their 3rd game of
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a 6 game road trip in tampa bay saturday night. patrick marleau gets team teal on the board in the first. then tommy wingels receives the nice pass for the another goal in the first. the sharks wouldn't look back and end up winning three to one. they are now on a three game winning streak. their next game is in carolina on tuesday. now to college. where cal dropped another game. losing it's third in a row to twenty third ranked washington state. the cougars jumped on cal early, scores 14 points in the 1st quarter.
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washington state's quarterback luke falk threw for five touchdowns in the game. final score 56 to 21 washington
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state. and stanford easily handled oregon. the cardinal scored 21 points in the first quarter before crusing to a big win. stanford's star runninback christian mccaffery rushed for 135 yards and had 3 scores in this one. final score 52 to 27. coming up next on kron four news weekend. a mother missing in california. the case that officials are relating her disapperance to. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the baroque orchestra concert in san francisco. check out the varied traditions of musical performances. it's happening at the san francisco conservatory of music from 2:00 to 4:00 and it's free to attend.
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>> rebecca: east phase-out overlooking the headquarters picture and this put a hard shot as well ensign all east bay. 55
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reported her missing rolled out of the suspect. the 16 year-old resembles. >> will: county woman is holding out hope
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sherri papini was last seen before she went on a run on november second. her husband reported her missing when she did not pick up their two children from daycare. he has been ruled out as a suspect. it is unknown if papini's case is connected to the 1998 disappearance of tera smith. the 16-year-old from redding resembled papini. she was last seen in running clothes. her body was never found. big news out of san mateo county that's were where two people were arrested in connection with a car burglary. it first happened monday around noon in san bruno on masson avenue near 7th avenue park. later that evening, investigators learned the palo alto police department had encountered two people who were
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in possesion of several items taken during the burglary. san bruno police went to palo alto and found the thieves. the duo was arresed on suspicion of vehicle burglary, grand theft and identity theft. in the east bay. an elderly man tied up during a home invasion robbery. and the robbers are still on the loose. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the victim's son-in- law who is grateful his father- in-law survived. >>:sot- "he's pretty shaken up" >> reporter:which is understandable, considering what the victim's famiily says happened here thursday afternoon. another seemingly quiet day in east fremont near canyon heights quickly turned chaotic for an elderly man living on altura place. fremont police say at least three robbers, two wearing masks, knocked on the victim's front door. and, when he answered and cracked open the door -- the victim's son-in-law, who shared his voice with us, but wishes to remain private -- says the home invaders barged in. sot- "he's very trustful and these people just took advantage of him." investigators say the robbery happened at around noon that day. one neighbor tells kron four he believes the thieves knocked on his door first -- his kids were home alone and didn't answer. instead, the elderly man fell victim. police say he was tied up, while the robbers ransacked the house. sot- "the man was fortunately not injured, um, but some uh cellphone and money were taken. sergeant ricardo cortes says this case has the detective unit's full attention. sot- "you're violating somebody's home, it involves violence and taking of somebody's property, so we definitely make that a high priority." now the victim's son-law says the whole neighborhood is on alert. sot- "we're reiterating for each other how we answer the door, um, anyone suspicious, be sure to you know, try to identify who they are. um, just never let your guard down, i guess." police say that its possible that the robbers were seen leaving the area in a dark colored sedan. but so far, no arrests have been made. in fremont, philippe djegal, kron four news. in bay area news. the anti-trump protest continue in san francisco. hundreds of people gathered to chant, and rally in the streets
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to voice their opinions against the president-elect. kron4 spencer blake has the latest. >>:"for the second day in a row there were two different anti- trump rallies in san francisco, and for the second day in a row, one of them ended here at city hall." >> reporter:the same anger.the same political catalyst.and many of the same chants were part of today's marches. in the castro district, about 50 or 60 people carried signs while getting visual and audible support for onlookers. "i'm supportive of marching; i think the more impactful thing is getting more involved and supporting strong political candidates that represent our values." one marcher, who wishes she could have voted in her native swing state of north carolina, says public perception is important to change. "i decided to join the march randomly today, and i just started crying because it's overwhelming that we all feel the same way." an animal rights activist in san francisco noticed groups in the east bay have been better at mobilizing demonstrations against donald trump. on thursday, she started orchestrating this one. "we're going to have to do a lot more protests to counter any harmful policies that he passes."
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the group had hoped to join up with a second protest, but it got canceled. so these marchers went at it *again in the evening. their crowd grew as it approached city hall. "i don't know if anything's going to change, but i think we have to send the message that hate and intolerance are not okay." then, after dark, a *third rally formed as a candlelight vigil. once again, police stood by, and cleared the way for marchers, to keep the peaceand the rallies never turned nasty. "as protesters dissembled at city hall, they also talked about another rally planned for sunday at three in the afternoon. in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news." live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekned. it's the sunday streets block party in san francisco. come out and bike, skate and more along the streets. it's all happening along embarcadero 4 from 11:00 to 4:00 the event is free to attend.
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>> reporter: 4 close of the celebs got to pay recite. allocation. or mobile applications weekend.
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president elect donald trump has been in the middle of controversy. live look outside. from kirkwood. for the weekned. it's a birthday celebration for san jose. come out and celebrate the city's 239th birthday with some cake. it's all happening at the peralta-fallon historic site from 11:00 to 3:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> rebecca: we see it passed a the blue skies and we have the fog still and clearing at the stages looking very nice and fields also getting action on those. then an alcatraz pretty foggy there as well the good news is the sunshine is on the way everywhere mostly clear conditions and the later part of your morning afternoon hours. temperatures finally all in the fifties here. 59 for oakland 544 and a bottle. the afternoon highs with ephors on forecast. 69 degrees for east bay's sounds. as a move further ease
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seven effect pittsburgh pleasanton livermore 73. >> rebecca: 73 is continue for milpitas and san jose and the campbell area. in the mid fifties expected for downtown. in looking at 59 degrees for sfo. sematech l. huffman day at 64. then stubborn fog sticking around they're heading in that direction. much of the same whether for tomorrow some cloud cover is a chance of rain on
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tuesday things should be dry the rest of the week.
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>> will:if you thought president-elect donald trump would take it slow and steady on his first day in office, think again. over the last few months on the campaign trail, trump pledged an ambitious first-day agenda. from our partners at c-n-n, randi kaye takes a look back. don't expect donald trump to ease into his new job as president. "it's going to be a very busy first day." day one, president-elect trump plans to take action on everything from isis to immigration.
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"on day one, i'm going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country" trump vowing to start the process of getting rid of what he called gangs of thugs within one hour of taking office. "the first piece of paper that i'm going to sign is we're gonna get rid of these people. we are gonna get rid of them day one. we start day one." along with that, mister trump also plans to start work on the wall at the southern border, to keep illegal immigrants out. "on day one we will begin working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful southern border wall!" "donald trump is aiming high for those first 24 hours on the job. pledging to repeal all of what he calls barack obama's "unconstitutional executive orders" he also plans to immediately suspend immigration
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from syria and libya. and get his generals started on isis." "i am also going to convene my top generals and give them a simple instruction: they will have 30 days to submit to the oval office a plan for soundly and quickly defeating isis." day one -- obamacare is a target too. "i am going to ask congress to send me a bill to repeal and replace, finally, obamacare. it's a disaster. under senate rules, that bill can be passed with 51 votes. 51! meaning a republican congress and a republican president can save americans from this disaster in a single afternoon." vice president-elect mike pence echoing those promises and more. vice president-elect "he is going to repeal every single obama executive order that's stifling jobs and growth in this economy. he is going to repeal obamacare lock, stock and barrel and lastly on day one of this administration, we're going to end the war on coal once and for all." on the first day of the trump administration, say goodbye to some gun-free zones too. "i will get rid of gun-free zones on schools, and - you have to - and on military bases. my first day, it gets signed, okay? my first day. there's no more gun-free zones." and if president-elect trump has his way, nafta could go away. day one he plans to notify canada and mexico that the trade deal he calls a "disaster" is officially up for renegotiation. an ambitious first day for the president-elect. randi kaye, c-n-n orlando. an alternative to the epi-pen is set to be available in drug- stores in the first half of next year. >> will: the epi-nephrine auto-injector called auvi-q was created by twin brothers evan and eric edwards. the device talks you through what to do in case of an allergic reaction. the edwards brothers created the auvi-q because kids with allergies hate carrying around the large epi-pen. the auvi-q was recalled in 2015 due to concerns that it was not releasing the accurate dosage of epinephrine. the auto-injector is now produced on a robotic line at kaleo pharmaceuticals where each auvi-q undergoes over 100 quality checks. the food allergy research and education organization says the
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issues that led to the recall should not be an issue going forward. coming up next on kron four news weekend. how a woman in her 90s faced her fears. and completed an item on her bucket list in a once in a life time opportunity. live look outside.sutro tower. for the weekned. it's the marine mammal center science sunday in sausalito come out and learn about marine life from the people who know marine life the best it's all happening at the marine mammal center from 10:00 to 5:00. the event is free to attend. you're never too old to work on your bucket list.
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and an elderly woman from wisconsin is the perfect example of it. this is 93-year old peggy gruner.
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one of the things on her bucket list was to zipline down through the mall of america. she says she's always had a fear of heights. but she was finally able to muster up the courage to zip down the mall. 50 feet above the ground. here is what she had to say after the expirence. gruner is already trying to decide what her next adventure will be. the number of people smoking is on the decline. and it just recently hit an all
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time low. that's according to new data from the centers for disease control. researchers say the number of smokers dropped about 15- percent. from 45-million to nearly 37- million between 2005 and 2015. although the c-d-c is happy with less smokers, they say more anti-tobacco action is still needed.
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good morning. we're taking a live look outside from our embarcadero camera.
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thanks for joining us. i'm will tran. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. breaking news this morning. a powerful magnitude seven point four earthquake has struck new zealand. it happened near the city of chirstchurch. here is video of the quake as it hit inside of a home. there were no immediate reports of major damage or injuries. authorities say the quake has
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generated a tsunami warning. we'll keep you updated all morning on the air and through our kron four mobile app. our top story this morning. protests continue across the nation after the 20-16 presidential election and president elect donald trump. on the left of your screen, you can see protests and riots in los angeles. ten thousand people took the streets from macarthur park to downtown l-a. this for a 5th night in a row. and on the right of your screen more protests happening in portland. and police say man was shot during one of those protest in portland overnight on saturday. and police say two people have been arrested in connection to that shooting of the protester.
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behind me is video of the scene of the shooting. became. wounded during a march. the two suspects left in a car after the incident. but later, an off-duty officer spotted the car. and arrested the two shooters. they are both now behind bars on attempted murder charges.
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had to say to the people in the arrested for the shooting have gang ties. the man shot is expected to survive. and here in the bay area. a group of protesters marched in oakland at macartuhur and 14th street saturday night. this is video of that protest. frutrated protestors say the donald trump is un-fit to serve.
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they say he is impulsive, racist and sexist. protestors say they refuse to have a leader who, in their eyes, campaigned on a platform based on hatred. social media posts are already that's day trump will be inaugrated. protesters gathered near the in berkley. this happened saturday when they tried to start an anti- trump and anti-white supremacy rally. that's where police say a man assaulted two berkeley students. kron four's hermela aregawi has more on how these people say trump is not their president. tonight uc berkeelyt police are
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looking for a man that they say spat on two students. and yelled racial and homophobic slurs at them. on tuesday, people were gathered in sporul plaza watching the elections. police say that's when the man appoached them. police say the susepct is a white male in his 50's and about 5'6 or 5'7 in height. culture. sot thomas dobbs when i came to berkeley i was suprrised to asee that there wasn't a lot of racial acts out in the open. there wasn't a lot of racism out in the open and if something came out into the open, it was attacked. it was put down. and it was. there was a lot of community support and im really upset to see that happening here. standup when a crime happens on or near campus, students get an alert just like they did with this one. but a lot of students we talked to say this is the first one in recent memeory that's being investigated as a hate crime. reporting in berkeley ha, kron 4
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news. happening today. the 96th annual veterans day arade in san francisco. it's happening at fisherman's wharf this morning. and kron four's averi harper is there right now good morning averi. what can people expect out there today? happening today. it's the 96th annual veterans day parade. it starts at 11 this morning at fisherman's wharf. people attending are honoring the service and sacrficies of the armed forces. the parade will start on north point street between powell and the embarcadero. then head towards jefferson street. it goes on until 1 this afternoon.
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>>averi: assess the 10:00 this morning the vigor will start marching 11 at jefferson street driving in that area fishermans wharf columbia where there will be some street closures limits apart and in that area because of the parade if not trying to leave part of the festivities is best to avoid the area if you are coming to a parade it's probably best to take public transportation. the author of the 11:00 this morning. coming up on kron four news weekend. three people murdered in a quiet oakland neighborhood. what we know about the person who police think might have done the crime. and. a home invasion in the east bay. what the robbers did to an elderly man before looking through his house. and coming up next. more and more people are starting to leave california. what new research is saying, coming up.
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for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. more and more people are leaving california due to the rising housing costs. a new report from data analysis firm core-logic says for every home buyer coming into the state. there are three californians selling and moving elsewhere. researchers say the expensive housing market is to blame. the median home price is 428- thousand dollars. and prices are up 71-percent since 2011.
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and incomes are not keeping up with the home prices. forcing mostly people in the working and middle class out of the state. the report also says san jose has the most expensive housing market in california. where the median home price is one-million dollars. a federal judge is laying out rules for how amazon must reimburse customers whose kids made in-app purchases without permission. the federal trade commission sued the company in 2014. saying it was too easy for children to spend their parent's money while playing games on mobile devices. the agency settled similar cases against apple and google. all three companies now require a password for in-app purchases. amazon will now have to notify affected customers and allow them to make claims to get a refund. the judge denied their request to reimburse the customers with amazon gift cards. for the weekned. it's the art stroll and mural tour in san francisco. enjoy the music, poetry and tours. it's happening at 24th street mission from 11:00 to 7:00. and it's free to attend.
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degrees warmer than yesterday and this little jog. and then spend the day outside in the backyard. a lot of thought going in the san francisco told was approached the bay bridge. lightly traveled a good news of great overpassed drive into the city. by the noon hour we see most that clear way the skies will open up so lots of sunshine. four degrees cooler oakland 5 for hayward 7 for san jose l get your concurrence. concord 59 hayward and then 56
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percent jose 58 degrees for sampras's go. partly cloudy skies upper 60s from the bay even cooler though on tuesday that a slight chance of rain and the evening hours hiking up wednesday morning to rein in the forecast most of it modeler showing in the north bay will let you know what the rest of your week will look like coming up next. >> will:big news out of the east bay. the woman arrested in the oakland triple homicide is dana rivers. the 61 year old san jose woman was booked into jail friday and faces murder charges. this after two women were stabbed to death and a man shot to death inside an oakland home. the bodies were recovered friday. stay with kron four for more updates on this big story. a big story this morning. donald trump is pledging
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restraint on twitter as president. he told sixty minutes he's going to be quote " very restrained, if i use it at all." the president elect says social media helped him win races in states where he was outspent. and he thinks he's proved how the platform can be more powerful than money. some of trump's most controversial comments have come from his tweets, often at night. a double whammy. that's how hillary clinton is describing the decision by f-b- i director james comey to take another look at her emails in the final days of the campaign. a member of clinton's finance committee says she placed at least some of the blame on comey for her stunning defeat to trump. this was during a confernece call with her donors saturday. she said the first letter comey sent to congress on october 28
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stopped the momentum she built. then the second simply fired up trump supporters. and didn't help sway on the fence voters her way. those on the call tell c-n-n clinton used it to thank her supporters and urge them to fight against divisive rhetoric. thanksgiving is right around the corner. and volunteers around the bay area are giving back to the community. hundreds of volunteers at the san francisco marin foodbank have been ramping up to prepare
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for the many families in need. earlier this week a donation from a food company brought hundreds of turkeys into the foodbank's freezer. but that's not even close to the goal the organization has set for thanksgiving. in addition to turkeys the foodbank encourages donations of canned goods and other non perisiable foods. a little boy from anaheim is out of the hospital after he was attacked by dogs. his mother tried to save him but she was also attacked. this is video of the scene.caught on surveillance cameras. you can see the helpless mother.shielding her son as the dog continued to bite. luckily, neighbors were able to fight the dogs off. the family believes the canine duo was in a neighbor's yard. and somehow got loose. the mother was unscathed.but her son suffered serious injures. neighbors held the dogs after the attack until animal control officers came and took them away. four people have been killed after a suicide bombing in afghanistan. >> will:the blast happened saturday. government officials say it occurred at bagram airfield. that's the largest u-s military base in the country. the taliban released a tweet claiming responsibility for the quote "strong attack." a taliban official also said the blast was planned about four months ago. the bomber is believed to be one of those killed. at least 14 people were injured in the attac coming up next on kron four news weekend. the warriors return to the court. and the 49ers are fresh off their bye week. a preview of those games coming up. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekned. it's snowfest 20-16 in san francisco. check out the lift tickets, raffle and prizes. it's happening at the sports basement in the presidio from noon to 4:00 and it's free to attend.
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>> will:now to sports. and later today, the dubs will be squaring off against the suns. the warriors have won their last three games in a row and are seven and two on the season. golden state's star acquisition kevin durant has been paying off so far this season. durant leads the team with nearly 28 points per game average. the warriors are also 1st in the n-b-a in points scored per game. averaging nearly 115 per game. tonights game tips off at 5:00. in 49er news. the red and gold will be taking on division rival arizona this week.
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the 49ers will be looking for their 2nd win of the season. the team is currently 1 and 7. the last time the 49ers played against arizona, 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick threw for 4 interceptions and no touchdown passes. today's game starts at 1:25 pm. >> will:the 1st place oakland raiders are on a bye this week. the sharks on their 3rd game of a 6 game road trip in tampa bay saturday night. patrick marleau gets team teal on the board in the first. then tommy wingels receives the nice pass for the another goal in the first. the sharks wouldn't look back and end up winning three to one. they are now on a three game winning streak. their next game is in carolina on tuesday. now to college. where cal dropped another game. losing it's third in a row to twenty third ranked washington state. the cougars jumped on cal early, scores 14 points in the 1st quarter. washington state's quarterback
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luke falk threw for five touchdowns in the game. final score 56 to 21 washington state. and stanford easily handled oregon. the cardinal scored 21 points in the first quarter before crusing to a big win. stanford's star runninback christian mccaffery rushed for 135 yards and had 3 scores in this one. final score 52 to 27. coming up next on kron four news weekend. a mother missing in california. the case that officials are relating her disapperance to. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the baroque orchestra concert in san francisco. check out the varied traditions of musical performances. it's happening at the san francisco conservatory of music from 2:00 to 4:00 and it's free to attend.
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>> rebecca: not much to complain about it is november you can now are sandals if he wants today.
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it will be a beautiful and temperatures of couple degrees warmer versus yesterday. fibrils said that despite the fog and clearing earlier and not tracking any delays as far as the ability for inbound flights the madison did news temperatures right now trivia just a little bit more temperature was 62 degrees and sell francisco. 56 and jose 554 livermore. concord 61 sarah set at 51 degrees. this afternoon run around lunchtime we will see mostly sunny conditions with mild temperatures again later this afternoon and evening hours 5:00 we see clouds roll back and breezy conditions some areas might see 50 mi. an hour
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winds. a little chilly later on in the evening gorgeous right around noon we see '70s and again you can tell temperatures warmer than what we experienced yesterday. 64 for several cisco half monday quite nice if today forecast more of shopping a few degrees cooler and then still have some sunshine. >> will:the family of the missing shasta county woman is holding out hope that she is still alive. sherri papini was last seen before she went on a run on november second.
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her husband reported her missing when she did not pick up their two children from daycare. he has been ruled out as a suspect. it is unknown if papini's case is connected to the 1998 disappearance of tera smith. the 16-year-old from redding resembled papini. she was last seen in running clothes. her body was never found. big news out of san mateo county that's were where two people were arrested in connection with a car burglary. it first happened monday around noon in san bruno on masson avenue near 7th avenue park. later that evening, investigators learned the palo alto police department had encountered two people who were in possesion of several items taken during the burglary. san bruno police went to palo alto and found the thieves. the duo was arresed on suspicion of vehicle burglary, grand theft and identity theft. in the east bay. an elderly man tied up during a home invasion robbery. and the robbers are still on the loose. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the victim's son-in- law who is grateful his father- in-law survived. >> reporter:sot- "he's pretty shaken up" which is understandable, considering what the victim's famiily says happened here thursday afternoon. another seemingly quiet day in east fremont near canyon heights quickly turned chaotic for an elderly man living on altura place.
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fremont police say at least three robbers, two wearing masks, knocked on the victim's front door. and, when he answered and cracked open the door -- the victim's son-in-law, who shared his voice with us, but wishes to remain private -- says the home invaders barged in. sot- "he's very trustful and these people just took advantage of him." investigators say the robbery happened at around noon that day. one neighbor tells kron four he believes the thieves knocked on his door first -- his kids were home alone and didn't answer. instead, the elderly man fell victim. police say he was tied up, while the robbers ransacked the house. sot- "the man was fortunately not injured, um, but some uh cellphone and money were taken. sergeant ricardo cortes says this case has the detective unit's full attention. sot- "you're violating somebody's home, it involves violence and taking of somebody's property, so we definitely make that a high priority." now the victim's son-law says the whole neighborhood is on alert. sot- "we're reiterating for each other how we answer the door, um, anyone suspicious, be sure to you know, try to identify who they are. um, just never let
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your guard down, i guess." police say that its possible that the robbers were seen leaving the area in a dark colored sedan. but so far, no arrests have been made. in fremont, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> will: in bay area news. the anti-trump protest continue in san francisco. hundreds of people gathered to chant, and rally in the streets to voice their opinions against the president-elect. kron4 spencer blake has the latest. >> reporter:"for the second day in a row there were two different anti-trump rallies in san francisco, and for the second day in a row, one of them ended here at city hall." the same anger.the same political catalyst.and many of the same chants were part of today's marches. in the castro district, about 50 or 60 people carried signs while getting visual and audible support for onlookers. "i'm supportive of marching; i think the more impactful thing is getting more involved and supporting strong political candidates that represent our values." one marcher, who wishes she could have voted in her native swing state of north carolina, says public perception is important to change.
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"i decided to join the march randomly today, and i just started crying because it's overwhelming that we all feel the same way." an animal rights activist in san francisco noticed groups in the east bay have been better at mobilizing demonstrations against donald trump. on thursday, she started orchestrating this one. "we're going to have to do a lot more protests to counter any harmful policies that he passes." the group had hoped to join up with a second protest, but it got canceled. so these marchers went at it *again in the evening. their crowd grew as it approached city hall. "i don't know if anything's going to change, but i think we have to send the message that hate and intolerance are not okay." then, after dark, a *third rally formed as a candlelight vigil. once again, police stood by, and cleared the way for marchers, to keep the peaceand the rallies never turned nasty. "as protesters dissembled at
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city hall, they also talked about another rally planned for sunday at three in the afternoon. in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news." live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekned. it's the sunday streets block party in san francisco. come out and bike, skate and more along the streets. it's all happening along embarcadero 4 from 11:00 to 4:00 the event is free to attend.
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in tech news this morning. apple is now offering a cheaper way to buy i-phones. kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate shows us how. stand up - for the first time in over 8
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years apple is now selling refurbished iphones at a discounted price. you won't find these deals in stores. they are hiding inside the online apple store. at the bottom of the home page there is a "refurbished" link once you click on that you will see the discounted iphones. these are good deal depending what you are looking for you can get an iphone for 10-30% off. it's a safe way to buy a used iphone. they come with a one-year warranty, just like new iphones, and include a new battery and new outer shell. they also come unlocked ready to work with the carrier of your choice. gazelle dot com is another reputable online seller of used iphones. i have bought a couple off here and had a good experience. if you have lost your iphone and just need a quick replacement you can find a good deal here much cheaper than apple's used prices. their used phones go through a 30-point inspection and they offer a 30 day return but they don't offer the warranty like apple. stand up - " if you're in the market. keep in mind black friday is coming up soon and several of the big retailers are offering significant price cuts on iphones. for links to the i me my on our mobile app. wytrgs coming up next on kron four news weekend. been of controv live look outside. from kirkwood. for the weekned. it's a birthday celebration for san jo cake. it's all happening at the peralta-fallon historic site from 11:00 to 3:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> rebecca: tuesday when staley might see some sprinkles. mike phillips life this week out the door right now are cameron network piquancy the golden gate bridge and away at then came back and now you can see it's a light fog there. temperatures
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right now look like this 56 in san jose right now 59 and san francisco. 72 fremont 75 pittsburgh 73 antioch 74 for redwood pleasanton livermore will come me at 75 degrees. warmer than yesterday's here as well sophisms 71 not view 73 for san jose evergreen also campbell and the war in san francisco 64 for half mine based differences peninsulas on the
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north phase down 72 pelham loss 72 nevada 69 have since been china the fat and 75 for one country and that 74 layout 74 expected for venetia. but to get in the thursday things dry lots of sunshine temperatures mild as well as we wind up the rest of your week.
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donald trump would take it slow and steady on his first day in office, think again. over the last few months on the campaign trail, trump pledged an ambitious first-day agenda. from our partners at c-n-n, randi kaye takes a look back. don't expect donald trump to ease into his new job as president. "it's going to be a very busy first day." day one, president-elect trump plans to take action on everything from isis to immigration. "on day one, i'm going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country" trump vowing to start the process of getting rid of what he called gangs of thugs within one hour of taking office. "the first piece of paper that i'm going to sign is we're gonna get rid of these people. we are gonna get rid of them day one. we start day one." along with that, mister trump also plans to start work on the wall at the southern border, to keep illegal immigrants out. "on day one we will begin
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working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful southern border wall!" "donald trump is aiming high for those first 24 hours on the job. pledging to repeal all of what he calls barack obama's "unconstitutional executive orders" he also plans to immediately suspend immigration from syria and libya. and get his generals started on isis." "i am also going to convene my top generals and give them a simple instruction: they will have 30 days to submit to the oval office a plan for soundly and quickly defeating isis." day one -- obamacare is a target too. "i am going to ask congress to send me a bill to repeal and replace, finally, obamacare. it's a disaster. under senate rules, that bill can be passed with 51 votes. 51! meaning a republican congress and a republican president can save americans from this disaster in a single afternoon." vice president-elect mike pence echoing those promises and more. vice president-elect "he is going to repeal every single obama executive order that's stifling jobs and growth in this economy. he is going to repeal obamacare lock, stock and barrel and lastly on day one of this administration, we're going to end the war on coal once and for all." on the first day of the trump administration, say goodbye to some gun-free zones too. "i will get rid of gun-free zones on schools, and - you have
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to - and on military bases. my first day, it gets signed, okay? my first day. there's no more gun-free zones." and if president-elect trump has his way, nafta could go away. day one he plans to notify canada and mexico that the trade deal he calls a "disaster" is officially up for renegotiation. an ambitious first day for the president-elect. randi kaye, c-n-n orlando. an alternative to the epi-pen is set to be available in drug- stores in the first half of next year. the epi-nephrine auto-injector called auvi-q was created by twin brothers evan and eric edwards. the device talks you through what to do in case of an allergic reaction. the edwards brothers created the auvi-q because kids with allergies hate carrying around the large epi-pen. the auvi-q was recalled in 2015 due to concerns that it was not releasing the accurate dosage of epinephrine.
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the auto-injector is now produced on a robotic line at kaleo pharmaceuticals where each auvi-q undergoes over 100 quality checks. the food allergy research and education organization says the issues that led to the recall should not be an issue going forward. coming up next on kron four news weekend.
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how a woman in her 90s faced her fears. and completed an item on her bucket list in a once in a life time opportunity. live look outside.sutro tower. for the weekned. it's the marine mammal center science sunday in sausalito come out and learn about marine life from the people who know marine life the best it's all happening at the marine mammal center from 10:00 to 5:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> will:you're never too old to work on your bucket list. and an elderly woman from wisconsin is the perfect example of it. this is 93-year old peggy gruner. one of the things on her bucket list was to zipline down through the mall of america.
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she says she's always had a fear of heights. but she was finally able to muster up the courage to zip down the mall. 50 feet above the ground. here is what she had to say after the expirence. gruner is already trying to decide what her next adventure will be. the number of people smoking is on the decline. and it just recently hit an all time low. that's according to new data from the centers for disease control. researchers say the number of smokers dropped about 15- percent. from 45-million to nearly 37- million between 2005 and 2015. although the c-d-c is happy with less smokers, they say more anti-tobacco action is still needed. they say nearly half of all cancer diagnosis are linked to tobacco use. the c-d-c says smoking rates are highest among men, especially black men.
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and take a look at this. justine and grant are once again proud parents. say hello to jade diamond lodes. 7 and a half pounds and 19 inches born election day mom & baby are doing wonderfully congrats to them. >> rebecca: 7 then renovate planning forecast will be a gorgeous sunday mile temperatures today at the sunshine and into the next couple of days a slight chance of wednesday get your umbrella's ready just in case things you for joining us to get out there enjoy your sunday
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