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wayne...(grant) and i'm grant lodes... in tonight for pam moore. a barbeque grill is believed to be the cause of a fire that damaged multiple apartments in san rafael. kron 4's gayle ong spoke to that man who saved his son that man only suffered minor scratcheshis son hurt his back. you can see here this apartment still has their christmas lights on,but right next door are four apartment homes heavily damaged by the fire. you can hear the alarms and see flames in cell phone video just steps from san rafael apartment homes burning with residents trapped inside.gerardin (hera- deen) rodas lived upstairs, he saved his son and got out using bed sheets..he says the fire spread quickly.. it broke out just after 10:30
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wednesday morning.the fire was under control in about 15 minutes. fortunately residents heard their smoke alarms and got out quickly. the san rafael fire department believes an unattended barbecue grill deck is the cause of the fire.according to code, barbecue grills are most apartment condos.while the fire to all,the units significant and now all four families are without a place to call home. (grant) (grant) that was gayle ong. red cross is helping those impacted by the fire.we've seen residents coming in and out of here cleaning up,as well as firefighters accessing the damagelive in san rafael, gayle ong kron 4 news (ken) a big story tonight... in the central valley an all-day manhunt has failed to turn up any trace of the man who gunned down a police officer in the town of newman. the suspect's truck was discovered less than five miles from where officer ronil singh was shot and killed early this morning. kron 4's catherine heenan
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explains how a routine traffic stop turned deadly. "...his next radio transmission was 'shots fired' which immediately had a response from throughout the county including his partner who was working here in the city with him. when his partner arrived on scene, she did find officer singh on the ground with gunshot injuries. the officer was taken to a local hospital where he was declared dead.police released surveillance images of the suspect, described as a latino, and said he may have fled the scene in a gray extended-cab dodge ram truck, which was seen in the area at the time of the shooting. "it's very scary because newman is such a small town, and it's just sad and scary at the same time."as the sun rose, officer singh's s=u=v was still at the scene, with his k=9 partner sam inside the vehicle. the 33 year old singh was a native of fiji. according to his facebook page he worked for the turlock and stanislaus county police before starting in turlock eight years ago"he - he was eager to learn -- eager to learn about the job, learn about people and just what people were going through - their struggles, things like that. he was not a type of person to really judge somebody when he when he didn't know them."sing's uncle says he was working overtime on christmas eve to provide for his family.he's survived by his wife and five month old son.he has a baby boy a family, the least the
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community can do for him now is find this guy (grant) a family is (grant) (grant) a family is looking for answers tonight after a loved one was shot in her car on christmas eve.(ken) a 20-year-old mother was ambushed while her 2-year-old child sat in the car with her. that child was not hurt and the mother is recovering in the hosptial.(grant) kron 4's alecia reid spoke to the family and has the latest on this investigation in suisun city. patrick nodinewhile preparing for the christmas celebration, this young mother was ambushed
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in her car ...pkgchristmas will have to wait until emma nodine gets home from the hospital.she was hit in the shoulder, elbow, and grazing to her headafter backing out of her bluebill way driveway, and heading up the block, shots rang out.bullets came in from the driver side, missed the driver and hit my daughter emma was hit multiple times. her 2 year old daughter illiana and a 16 yr old were in the back seat. both escaped injury.i dont want to think about losing my daughter or losing my granddaughterthe 20 year old single mother is now out of i-c-u and recovering at the hospital. her father tells me, this random shooting is a shock. they've been living on this street for decades and have no idea who could've done this.they didn't recognize anybody, they didn't recognize the carilliana is being cared for while her mother gets well. but coming back home is a question the family will have to answer sooner than later.she's frightened. shes very concerned about her welfare, and her daughter's welfare. she just doesn't feel
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safe here and that's understandable. so now we're looking at options of maybe all of us moving out of the areathe family has set up a go- fund me page to help with emma's medical expenses.standup witnesses with information that can help this case ... are urged to call police. reporting from suisun city ... ar ... kron 4 news (grant) new tonight at ten... a second person has died following a fire at a three-story home in san francisco's presidio heights monday morning. the fire broke out just before 1 a-m at the home on clay street. officials have identifeid the two people who died as 83-
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year-old michael hooker and 69- year-old connie hooker. connie hooker was taken to the hospital in critical condition after the fire... where she later died. the fire started on the second floor and quickly spread to the third. the cause is still under investigation. (grant) a tragic end to a case of a bay area teenager who went missing in arizona... sheriff's deputies believe the 14-year-old died from what appears to be an accidental fall at the horseshoe bend overlook... the body of the teen was found about 700 feet below the popular landmark-- which has no barriers... the teenaged girl and her family are from san jose... and were visiting the area for the holidays... it all started monday afternoon-- when the girl's family reported her missing from the overlook... the arizona department of public safety helicopter later spotted her body and recovered it tuesday morning... sheriff's deputies have not released the teens identity... (ken) developing news tonight... we are still waiting to find out where the oakland raiders will play next season. and there may be one less bay area option on
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the table. that is if one san francisco supervisor gets his way. kron 4's haaziq madyun has the story the oakland raiders are considering the possibly of playing their last season in the bay area at at&t park in san franciscosotthe giants ballpark happens to be in san francisco supervisor-elect matt haney's district. he talks about some of the reasons why he opposes the giants opening their doors to raiders in 2019 sotthis 49ers fan says he remembers not
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feeling too good when san francisco lost its nfl team to a neighboring citysotfor their part officials with the giants confirm that initial interest has been expressed in exploring the opportunity of the raiders playing at at&t park and that many details would need to be figured out. however supervisor-elect haney cautions the giants in making such a decision without considering the potential impact on the citysotcity leaders in oakland say the city's anti-trust law suit for breach of contract against the nfl has nothing to do with raiders playing the 2019 season at the coliseum. officials with the raiders see it san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news (ken) police in (ken) (ken) police in oakland
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have just revealed that an officer's s-u-v was stolen during monday night's raiders game. the ford s-u-v was reported missing at around 9:30. police say it was taken during the game at the coliseum. officers later found the s-u-v with minor damage on elmwood avenue. that's near the nimitz freeway and fruitvale avenue. they say no guns were inside when it was stolen. no arrests have been made and police have not said if they have any leads on who stole it. sfo it was a it was a beautiful cool day
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around the bay area. tonight will be cold with a chance of patchy frost. lows will be in the 30s and 40s. on the satellite you can see a weak cold front headed toward california. high pressure will build in behind it making for some gusty winds. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s. windy weahter will continue into friday before calming into the weekend. the weather
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pattern looks dry into the new year. (ken) in national news --
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it's been five days since the government partially shut down. and president trump is not backing down on his plan to have the border wall built. trump declined to tell reporters today what amount of wall funding he would accept to end the shutdown. trump originally asked for 5-billion dollars for the wall.. but it
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was rejected. the shutdown started saturday after funding lapsed for nine cabinet-level departments and dozens of agencies. roughly 420-thousand workers were deemed essential and are working unpaid, while another 380-thousand were laid off. (ken) the the standoff between democrats and the president is expected to carry on into january. (grant) a go-fund-me account set up by an air force veteran to fund trump's border wall topped 17-million dollars... the campaign is entitled "we the people will fund the wall" -- launched last sunday with a goal of one billion dollars. in a statement the creater of the account said donors would get a refund if the fundraising goal isn't met. (grant) the ongoing government shutdown is affecting some high-profile court cases related to president trump. the
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department of justice is asking federal judges to pause deadlines in some cases - because of a lapse in funding for department employees. the request was granted in at least one case today. that's when a federal appeals court put on hold a lawsuit against president trump over proceeds from the trump international hotel in washington. a court also agreed to pause an appeal case over new asylum restrictions at the d-o-j's request. it's still not clear how many court cases in total are being affected by the shutdown. (ken) another big story tonight... a christmas surprise for the troops. the president and first lady quietly left washington christmas night -- to meet with u-s service members stationed in iraq. mary moloney has the details of the trumps' trip. an enthusiastic welcome from u-s troops to the commander-in- chief.the president and first lady traveled to the al asad air base -- west of baghdad in iraq.president trump: "we came to al asad to share our eternal gratitude for everything you do to keep america safe, strong and free." the trip shrouded in secrecy
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-- more than 15-years after the american invasion -- -- due to security concerns. president trump: "if you would have seen what we had to go through with the darkened plane with all windows closed with no lights on whatsoever, anywhere. pitch black. i've never seen it."president trump: "so did i have a concern? yeah, i had a concern."the trumps remained on the ground for about three hours -- posing for selfies - signing make america great again hats --and thanking military members for their service.president trump: "the other reason i'm here today is to personally thank you and every service member throughout this region for the near elimination of the isis territorial caliphate in iraq and in syria."while the president recently ordered a withdrawal of 14-thousand u-s troops in afghanistan --and a complete withdrawal of 2-thousand troops from syria -- citing the destruction of isis,trump said he had no plans to pull troops from iraq. -nats-visiting troops overseas has become a presidential traditionafter the 2003 decision to invade iraq -- president george w- bush visited the u-s military stationed there four times. president obama visited troops in iraq once.both men made multiple trips to afghanistan. this trip is the first time
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president trump visited troops in a war zone.president trump: "i want to just say great job " i'm mary moloney reporting. chance to meet the president and first lady. fter air force one departed iraq -- it stopped at ramstein air base in germany to refuel. there -- the president and first lady met with military leaders -- and took more pictures with u-s troops. (grant) our washington correspondent drew petrimoulx
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reports political turmoil along with a partial government shutdown continues to feed investor anxiety... causing the wild market swings we're seeing. kevin hassett, chairman of the council of economic advisers: "the fundamentals remain extremely sound."seeking to calm jittery investors the chairman of the council of economic advisers said wednesday recent declines in the stock market are not signs of a slowing economy.kevin hassett, chairman of the council of economic advisers: "christmas sales are through the roof."kevin hassett says g-d-p growth in the fourth quarter appears to be solid at near three percent or higher. kevin hassett, chairman of the council of economic advisers: "so i think that the momentum we saw this year is carrying into next year."but experts say the government shutdown, a tre war with china and other global factors all played a part in the biggest christmas eve market sell off in history. president donald trump"they are raising interest rates too fast that's my opinion. i mean the fact is that the economy is doing so well."for his part the president is blaming the federal reserve for pushing up interest rates.but hassett said wednesday the fed chairman's job remains safe. that appeared to ease worries on wall street. but uncertainty remains as the government shutdown has no end in sight and the trade war with china could escalate in washington im drew petrimoulx
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(grant) a big story tonight... after the deaths of two guatemalan children in u- s custody... the department of homeland security is ordering medical screenings on all migrant children. nick valencia has more on the latest incident involving an 8- year-old migrant in texas. in a matter of three weeks, it happened again.this time it happened on christmas eve. another migrant child died while in the custody of customs and border protection. no official cause has been given for the death of the eight-year-old felipe alonzo- gomez, a guatemalan migrant. the child died about 14 hours after a c-b-p agent first noticed the boy was sick, according to a timeline provided by the federal government.alonzo-gomez was caught on december 18th, after crossing the border with his father in el paso, the following days he and his father were shuffled between c-b-p facilities, at least one of which was overcrowded.on
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christmas eve morning, alonzo-gomez was taken to the hospital after showing possible flu symptoms.he was diagnosed with the common cold and given tylenol, but under an hour later, his fever reached 103 3 p-m, he was released from the e-r anyway and prescribed a generic antibiotic and ibuprofen.around 10 p-m, the child was so lethargic and nauseous he was taken back to the hospital.alonzo-gomez lost consciousness on the way to the hospital... and was pronounced dead shortly before midnight.last week the head of homeland security -- kirstjen nielsen -- faced blistering questions about the detention process.rep. hank johnson/(d) georgia:"how many children, 17 years old or younger, have died in dhs, ice or cbp custody since you took office?" kirstjen nielsen/homeland security secretary:"i will get back to you on that figure. what i can tell you is that we've saved 4,200 migrants who were at distress through their journey."rep. hank johnson/(d) georgia:"approximately how many have died?kirstjen nielsen/homeland security secretary:"i understand your question, r. i will get back to you."the intense scrutiny surrounding the deaths of two
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children in c-b-p custody this month is forcing changes at c-b-p.beefing up their medical screenings and focusing on migrant children under 10 years agency already stretched thin from what it calls a dramatic increase of apprehensions of family units and unaccompanied minors - is now facing new demands for accountability with the deaths of two children.others -- questioning the effectiveness of president trump's much- touted wall from stopping migrants from crossing the border.veronica escobar/(d) texas cong.-elect:"i want to point out that philippe and his father were apprehended in the el paso sector where a wall already exists. and this tragedy should be a wakeup call to folks who believe that mythology about walls. they just do not work."this - as another group of migrants were dropped off at a bus stop in el paso, texas after being held in c-b-p custody. (grant) that was nick valencia reporting.. secretary nielsen is planning to visit the border this week following the second death. (grant) an additional 500 migrants are expected to be dropped off at hospitality
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sites tonight in el paso. this comes after nearly 4- hundred migrants were dropped off at a bus station in downtown el paso earlier this week. there have been no plans for where they would sleep.. some were put up in a hotel and nearby school, while others used buses to stay warm. ice has not specifically talked about the drop-offs. (ken) to world news now.. rescuers are using drones and search dogs to try to find more survivors of the tsunami in indonesia. these new aerial images show the scale of the devastation on java's west coast. the tsunami killed at least 430-people and that number is expected to rise. more than 150 people are still unaccounted for. officials have adjusted nearby sensors to detect smaller tremors from the volcano... that is still erupting. (ken) we are also getting new before and after images of the volcano that triggered the deadly tsunami. on the left is the before and the right is after a huge chunk of
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the side of the volcano slid into the ocean... which is what scientists believe caused the tsunami. (grant) still ahead... if you have a new california i-d card.. you might need to get another one. we'll tell you about the problem the federal government has with them. (ken) and after the break... get ready to pay more to cross the bridges in the bay area. how much tolls are increasing and when it goes into effect.. next. more to cross over bay area
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bridges.... bridge tolls are going up soon... at seven bridges... as we take a live look at the bay bridge, richmond san rafael bridge and the san mateo bridge... kron 4's gabe slate has the new prices people will be paying...(ken) gabe also tells us áwhy the cost is going up, and áhow the extra money will be spent. ... the bridges in the bay area have a news years resolution get more money from motorists john goodwin, mtc, senior public information officer"all state owned bridges are going up $1 on jan. 1st" john goodwin with the metropolitan transportation commission, and the bay area toll authority, says don't blame them for these toll hikes this was a choice made by the people of the bay area.john goodwin, mtc, senior public information officer"this is part of measure 3 voted in by the people and will help improve roads etc" tolls are going up but it will still save you money to avoid crossing at
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peak times, and carpool when you can, or drive a clean vehicle that qualifies for the carpool lane.john goodwin, mtc, senior public information officer"the bay bridge is more complicated, depending on peak hours and carpool" (ken) coming up... (ken)
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(ken) coming up... a gun group is suing the a-t-f over the ban on bump stocks. why they want to stop the ban. (grant) plus... it's a billion dollar controversial project to raise the shasta dam... but that project could be placed on hold because of a lawsuit to save a tiny trio... we'll explain... (ken) and after the break... a "real problem" for california's "real i-d's." what it means for the people the who already have them. (lawrence)ten at ten
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(ken) the federal government is requiring the california d-m-v to implement even stricter standards when it comes to the new 'real i-d". (grant) now people who already waited in line to get the new identification card are wondering what it means for them. kron 4's capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala has more from sacramento. if you stood in line at the dmv this year for a real i.d.... don't worry---you don't need to go back anytime soon.. starting in april - the federal government will require real i.d. applicants to provide two proofs of address at the dmv.that policy is stricter than what had been in been place previously. ((jaime garza - dmv spokesman)) "what we've been doing is asking applicants to
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provide one proof of residency document when they came into the office, and the second proof would be satisfied when the real id driver license or card is delivered by mail to the applicant and return service is requested." beginning in october 2020 the new real id will be the only state identification accepted at airports and federal buildings.with the dmv already in the spotlight for long wait times and technology problems -- that's a concern for assemblymember jim patterson ((assm. jim patterson r- fresno)) "the bigger problem going forward is millions of californians are now going to rush the line for the real id between now and 2020 and my concern is the dmv is utterly unprepared for that large rush." (ken) in the east bay... contra costa county prosecutors are warning about scammers stealing your social security numbers. the scam involves someone calling and asking you to pay a fee to
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unlock your social security number because of criminal activity. the scammers then ask to confirm your social security number. officials say the social security administration will never call and ask for your social security number. (ken) the san mateo county sheriff's office is asking for the public's help in finding a man who has been missing for a week... 19-year-old daniel gilchrist went missing from his father's home in moss beach around 11 p-m last tuesday... officers say daniel told his father he was going to spend time with his friend in pacifica, but he never arrived and he left his car and the keys at his father's home... he hasn't been heard from or seen since that night. gilchrist's cellphone has been turned off... now police believe gilchrist may have walked somewhere... (grant) in the north bay... a petaluma man is behind bars tonight after police say he assaulted and threatened two officers. the man has been identified as 36-year-old brent taylor. at around 10:00 last night, officers responded to reports of a family disturbance at a home on webster street. when the arrived-- police say
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taylor violently swung open the front door and rushed towards them. police ordered him to stop-- but he allegedly ignored the commands and started punching and kicking two officers. other officers then arrived on scene as backup and say they were able to subdue taylor. he is being held on 10- thousand dollars bail. (grant) and sonoma county sheriff's deputies are looking for this man... zachary yates. they say he has a warrant for violating his probation... and he's the suspect in a stalking case. if you have any information about where yates is located, contact the sonoma county sheriff. (ken) the highway patrol has relased its latest numbers from the recent maximum enforcement period.... according to officers at least 47 people were killed in crashes throughout the state... and during 102-hour holiday enforcement effort, the c-h-p made 1,166 arrests for driving under the influence. officers want to remind dirvers that you can even get pulled over if you have taken any medication or under the influence of marijuana... (ken) in national news...
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a gun rights group is taking the trump administration to court over the ban on bump stocks. the gun owners of america filed a lawsuit against the a-t-f today. the group says the ban, which was announced last week, is illegal. the lawsuit is asking for a court injunction to stop the enforcement of the ban. bump stocks are devices that make semi- automatic rifles fire more like automatic weapons. (grant) time now with a look at the bay area weather. (ken) here's lawrence it was a beautiful cool day around the bay area. tonight will be cold with a chance of patchy frost. lows will be in the 30s and 40s. on the satellite you can see a weak cold front headed toward california. high pressure will build in behind it making for some gusty winds. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s. windy weahter will continue into friday before calming into the weekend. the weather pattern looks dry into the new year.
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(grant) a 1-point-4 billion dollar project to raise shasta dam is up in the air because of this guy... the shasta salamander. as mario mon-talvo reports... a new lawsuit has been filed because no one acted on a petition to put the salamander on the endangered list.
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the $1.4 billion dollar project to raise shasta dam is said to provide more than half a million acre-feet of stored water for the agricultural, and environmental uses.but a new lawsuit filed against the united states fish and wildlife service could put that project on hold.the center for biological diversity, a non-profit known for its work protecting endangered species says u.s. fish and wildlife failed to act on a 2012 petition to put the shasta salamander on the endangered species list."and so we're simply pushing for them to make a determination on that petition on whether or not to list the species," said jenny loda, an attorney for the center for biological diversity.according to the u.s. forest service, the shasta salamander has the smallest known range of any pacific northwest amphibian and is found only in the shasta lake region.loda says higher water levels could potentially destroy the salamander's habitat possibly driving it to extinction."we are concerned much larger about the shasta dam, the raising of the shasta dam and the impacts it will have on a larger number of wildlife and plants, not just the shasta salamander," loda said. species like rainbow trout and the endangered winter-run chinook salmon.the river is kept cold because of the salmon and it's the reason trout fishing is so great on the sacramento.assistant director of outfitters at the fly shop in redding bryan quick says he hopes the project doesn't do anything to affect those perfect temperatures."it's one of the best tailwaters around," quick said. "so that's pretty much our primary concern is making sure that's maintained."loda
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says the future of the project could depend on the outcome of the lawsuit."if it's basically going to potentially push them forward to extinction, then they would need to seriously consider just scrapping the project," she said. (grant) congress (grant) (grant) congress has already allocated $20 million to help build the dam and contracts are expected to be awarded about a year from now. construction to raise the dam is expected to begin around summertime of 2020. (ken) a mother who lost her home during the camp fire is among the people recently
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pardoned by governor jerry brown. heather burnett narrowly escaped the deadliest fire in california history. she says she is traumatized after losing everything, but the greatest gift is knowing she's been pardoned by governor brown. back in 1998 she was arrested on drug charges. her husband also received a pardon by the governor last month. "the irony of the pardon is its almost symbolic of when my husband and i were both starting out and we didn't have anything. (ken) governor brown recently announced 143 pardons and 131 commutations to people convicted of crimes in the state of california. (grant) apparently everyone was spending a lot of it this holiday season. this may be the best holiday shopping season in six years. retail spending between november first though christmas eve increased five- point-one percent from the same period a year ago. online sales rose more than 19- percent compared to last year. and according to
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mastercard... shoppers spent more than 850-billion dollars. (grant) and it was a particularly good season for amazon. the company says it had a record-breaking holiday season. amazon says customers ordered more items worldwide than in any previous year. they say some of the most popular items this year included the echo dot, the glam glitter series doll, and bose quiet-comfort wireless headphones, just to name a few. amazon also said prime memberships saw continued growth this year. (ken) a new jersey boy wanted something extra special for christmas this year... but it wasn't a gift for himself. (grant) his request was to help a cause near and dear to his heart. jose holden has the story. natseight-year-old michael bell and his older sister kadence woke before the sun came up christmas morning.he got an eagles jacket and a jimmy butler 76er's jersey.his real wish, however, was revealed a week ago to a deptrd santa amy bell said at first, she thought something was wrong -- after all santa was waving her over.amy bell/mother:"he pulls me aside and tells me that michael asked if he could borrow some money for kids
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with cancer."santa's reaction, michael said...michael bell/8 years old:"i'll have to see about that."earlier that day, michael was at children's hospital for a routine m-r-i reading.he has neurofibromat osis -- a genetic condition that can cause tumors.michael is okay -- he is monitored regularly by doctors.amy bell/mother:"i mean, we've been in the hospitals and stuff, but i didn't realize that he noticed all the children."amy said word spread quickly among friends and colleagues about michael's special request.nats"holy moly!""for cancer!"a christmas wish was granted...michael bell/8 years old:"well, there was a card under the platform, i thought i was all done. i took it out and there was a million hundred dollars." question:"a million hundred dollars?"michael bell/8 years old:"yes. well not really. not that much."question:"that's a slight exaggeration?"michael bell/8 years old:"yeah."amy bell/mother:"yeah, like 50 bucks, santa would put under the tree."we weren't expecting
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what he did. $1,200 underneath the tree."12-hundred dollars michael and his family will donate for pediatric brain cancer research... a card accompanying the money, called michael a shining star.kadence bell/sister:"i hope this helps, merry christmas, love santa."ed bell/father:"proud is the best word to describe it as a parent. just proud." amy bell/mother:"he's just that type of caring, compassionate kid."seeing christmas through the eyes of their eight-year-old... and amy said her faith is renewed. amy bell/mother:"people that heard the story, they were just moved, and i guess for an 8-year-old to be so selfless. we could learn a lot from that."question:"you're sort of like a santa claus yourself? disagree? or are you cool with that?"michael bell/8 years old: "i'm cool with that." (grant) still ahead... the godlen state warriors continue to break records... find out what they expect to happen at tomorrow night's game. (ken) and we'll take you to santa cruz county for a look at an incredible holiday display... and it's not too late for you to see in person.
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(sports) just ahead in sports, we'll check in with the champs a day after the lakers ruined christmas for the warriors. hear from steve kerr also, a full serving of cheez its!. highlights from cal's meeting with tcu in the cheez it bowl. (grant) be sure to tune into kron 4 as we ring in the new year. justine waldman and i will count us down to 2019... capped off with a huge fireworks show over the bay bridge. it is the only live fireworks show in the bay area. new years live kicks off at 11:30 p-m monday only on kron 4... ♪ toyland, toyland
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♪ little girl and boy land ♪ while you dwell within it ♪ you are ever happy there daddy, it's christmas! ♪ childhoods, joyland never let go of your dreams. the mercedes-benz winter event is back. lease the glc 300 for $459 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. (ken) in santa cruz
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county... one holiday display is so impressive ... it has some people wondering... can it be seen from space?(grant) reporter ashley keehn went to scott's valley... to investigate. pkg tucked away on bean creek road in scotts valley is a home that lights up the sky every christmas season.each year, tim and danielle woods get to work in august to put on a show for everyone to enjoy the month of december. they decorate their home with thousands of christmas lights and decorations, some even synchronized to dance and move with christmas music. they started this tradition 11 years ago after moving to their home at 2580 bean creek road. they say when they lived in soquel no one would drive
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by their home since in was at the end of a street, now with a new location they decided to go all out.they say it's the neighbors and kids that keep them going. "the people just appreciate it, and we like that and the kids," says tim woods.danielle woods says, "neighbors driving by while we're setting up saying 'thank you i've had a bad day and this puts a smile on my face when i come home', that's why we do."outside of the smiles, the woods also collect canned food donations to bring to valley churches united each year. they have a bin at the bottom of their driveway where anyone passing by can bring canned food. (ken) that was (ken)(ken) that was ashley
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keehn reporting. the home will be lit up through january second. you can see the lights every weekday until 10 pm... or10:30 on friday and saturday. (grant) the golden state warriors are expected to break a franchise record tomorrow night. the game against the portland trail blazers could be the 311th straight sold-out came at oracle arena. the dubs are expecting a sellout crowd of more than 19-thousand-500 people. the previous franchise record is 310 soldout games from 19-89 through 19-96.
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speaking of the warriors, they didn't look too good last night mark carpenter here with more on the defending champs mark? we knew lebron was going to give the warriors problems, but what's puzzling is how even without him, the lakers could do whatever they wanted. --another christmas day showdown between the champs and lebron... and james left in the 2nd half with a groin injury. --then his young teammates took over... orchestrated a 26-point blowout... shot 55-percent from the field... and held the warriors to 9-of-36 from downtown. --it's the 5th time this season they've lost by 20 or more points, but steve kerr...realizes they are still 23-and-12 and is maintaining the proper perspective. "we're maybe the most scrutinized team in the history of the league. we're right there with the bulls teams that i played on. i felt the same, but even more so now because of the number of media outlets and the immediacy of the judgement and criticism. so it's all part of it, our guys have learned how to deal with all of that over the past
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few years. it doesn't matter. what matters is how you respond " warriors back in action tomorrow night against portland. now to the nfl-- the 49ers going into week 17.. --the niners ending their season in l-a against the rams. --for the 2nd week in a row, the niners facing a team that's trying to lock up a first-round bye in the playoffs... l-a needs to win to get the 2nd seed, and for san francisco, this is another opportunity for growth for nick mullens.. who put up a respectable outing against the bears defense. --kyle shanahan on where he wants to see his young qb improve this week...and for next year. it's just about taking it to another level. how much better can you get? how much more consistent can you get? how many more impressive plays can you make without getting sacks and turnovers. the more you try to make big plays, that can happen, but also the higher probability of bad plays picks up. so, he has started to make more and more plays the more he's played and hopefully the more opportunities he gets he'll get even better at that."
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now to the raiders, their season comes to an end sunday in kansas city... it's a chance for the silver and black to throw a wrench in the playoff plans for a division rival. chiefs...going for the top seed in the afc postseason picture. --raiders coming off an emotional win monday night, their best outing of the season in what could have been their last game in oakland. --derek carr...on how to re-engage on a short week after such an emotional game. anytime you play on monday night, let alone maybe the last game in the coliseum in front of your fans, last home game of the year, all of those things, those are heightened emotions no matter what. i think that our job as professionals is to make sure that when we come into today, the way we're locked in, the way we're focused is at that same level. it's just a choice that each man has to make and i think that we did a good job in the walkthrough. i think that we're going to do a good job at practice and as long as we maintain that through the week then we can keep that level." finally tonight-- the cal golden bears vs tcu in the cheez-it bowl. --this one was difficult to snack on.. we pick it up 7-7 in overtime. chase forrest is picked
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off... one of 9-total interceptions between both teams in this game, 5-of which were from cal quarterbacks. --the horned frogs take over... and it leads to the game winner. 27-yard field goal from jonathan song. cal falls 10-7..and fails to claim the cheez it bowl title. they finish the year 7-and-6 (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast. (male announcer) savings are in season
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during the bass pro shops' and cabela's annual clearance sale. like savings of 25 to 50% on select apparel and toys. and save 30% on masterbuilt smokers. now's the time to get more with your christmas gift cards! (ken) you still have a
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chance to make up for all your holiday spending. there was no mega millions winner in last night drawing. that means the jackpot has grown to an estimated 348 million dollars. it was only the 4th time in the history of mega millions that there has been a drawing on christmas. but there has still never been a christmas winner. the next drawing is friday. (grant) a barber in a small new york state town is helping his clients look their best for the holidays... but he isnt just any barber. anthony macinelli is officially the oldest working barber in the world.. and he even has a place in the guinness book of world records.
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at 107-years-old, he's been cutting hair for nearly a full century. mancinelli started cutting hair at the age of 11. and he has no plans of slowing down. (grant) mancielli turns 108 in march. not only does he work full-time... he also drives to work every day. it was a beautiful cool day around the bay area. tonight will be cold with a chance of patchy frost. lows will be in the 30s and 40s. on the satellite you can see a weak cold front headed toward california. high pressure will build in behind it making for
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some gusty winds. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s. windy weahter will continue into friday before calming into the weekend. the weather pattern looks dry into the new year.
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i'm natalie morales. and i'm craig melvin. and this is dateline on mynetworktv. lizz: it's shocking. you just kind of go into crisis mode. i don't think they knew exactly what had happened, other than that he was covered in blood. she was just broken and lost. there is a murderer out there. and it's terrifying. [music playing] craig melvin: it was supposed to be an anniversary celebration. 32 years together. diana: they were in love, even after all those years. they were very happy together. craig melvin: suddenly, an intimate moment turned to infinite terror. marissa: i just hear her saying, help, someone's in trouble. i was scared. i was scared. craig melvin: a husband found murdered in a closet.


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