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>> from the bay. area's local news station. we now with breaking news. >> that breaking news coming out of pittsburgh this evening where a little girl who was inside or stolen car has been located. thank you for joining us tonight for kron 4 news at 8. i'm pam moore and i'm catherine heenan for ken wayne. >> we have a photo of the car was stolen just before 06:00pm. a 2007 chevy tahoe black rims. police say it has a mexico sticker on the back window and there was a 2 year-old girl inside when the car was taken prompting an amber alert fortunately she
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has been found. she is safe tonight that car was taken from bliss avenue and was last seen on railroad avenue heading towards california avenue. this is a map showing that area. it is unclear right now where exactly the little girl was located. but here is the license plate of the stolen chevy tahoe. it is 5 v. >> sk 4, 6, 5, pittsburgh police have not said if they have located the car. so if you have seen it, please contact them immediately. meantime, we're also following breaking news out of san francisco where an anti vaccine mandate protest shut down the golden gate bridge during rush hour today. you can see things are moving smoothly right now. but during the chaos earlier, a car and bridges sweeper collided. injuring 5 people including 2 chp officers. that protest began about 00:00pm in the afternoon at the bridge. welcome center. initially. everybody thought it was going to and buy. >> 6.30. but by 6 o'clock.
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protesters have moved up into the street and were blocking traffic the to chp officers are now in the hospital. they are being treated for their injuries. kron four's. dan thorn is live at the golden gate bridge right now. he has the latest. dan. >> well, ken and kathryn traffic is moving pretty smoothly again in the northbound lanes here at the golden gate bridge following all of that hysteria. we understand a really bad accident happened here at the same time, an anti vaccine mandate protest was happening. take a look at this video. this was the crash scene again happening in the northbound lanes of the golden gate bridge. we know that at least 5 people were injured in that crash. chp confirming that information with kron 4 news. we know that 2 of the victims that were hit by a car. our police officers. they were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and the 3 other victims we're told. our golden gate bridge district employees and may 2 suffered minor injuries. but again, they all had to be taken to the hospital. all of
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this was going on when an anti-vaccine protest was happening. the protesters were holding their rally at the golden gate bridge welcome center. this protest was not permitted. and we understand that protesters were trying to cross the bridge, but they were kept from doing that and dozens of people were seen here today waving flags and saying that the vaccine mandates, our fear mongering and government overreach on social media. this was being called an axe. the backs event. and we actually heard from one of those protesters earlier today and this is what they had to say. it. >> i feel it's a medical choice and a health to decide if you want to have a something injected into your body. we should be able to make our own choices that are right for. >> for our bodies, for our families. for children. that is the essential part of being in this country of being an american and no one should be forced to have a medical treatment that they do not want.
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>> and we haven't really seen any protesters out here tonight. just a few this now is a live look at golden gate bridge traffic cameras. you can see traffic back open and moving again in the northbound lanes. the southbound lanes were not really affected by out any of this. but catherine, as you mentioned off the the the top of this report. this event was expected to wrap up around 06:30pm, it seems as though the event has wrapped up only again, a few stragglers are still out here tonight. screaming at a couple of cars that are passing by. but overall the situation seems to be just about wrapped up as the emergency vehicles have also dispersed. >> that's the latest here live along the golden gate bridge. dan thorn kron 4 news. all right, dan, thank you. and good news for people home that way yet tonight. yes. >> well, a violent day in the east bay oakland police are investigating 3 separate shootings that happened in the span of just 12 hours. those shootings stretch from the uptown district like merit deep east oakland. it's yet
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another reminder that gun violence is a big citywide problem. our grant lotus is joining us now with what we know about these shootings and how city officials are responding tonight. grant panic as we've been reporting, it's been a violent year in oakland. it only seems to get worse. sadly. and you know, the police chief has pleaded with people to come forward, give the police tips try to help them get a handle on this. but it is still out of control. this map here shows where the most recent shootings took place in oakland. you have one that happened. 1 o'clock this morning right in front of lake merritt here. and that is where a woman was seriously injured video from the scene shows investigators surrounding a white suv. police say the victim is in grave condition. it was also shooting around 9.20 last night on 97th avenue. that's near the oakland zoo. police say a man was shot multiple times taken to the hospital. investigators are still trying to find the shooter and the motive in that crime and a
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woman was shot in downtown oakland right in front of the fox theater yesterday. this is just before 2.30 or so in the afternoon yesterday along telegraph. the woman was taken to the hospital is expected to survive. the fox theater, though, canceled its concert last night because of that shooting. no arrests have been made in any of the shootings and now take a look at the year to date data from the city of oakland which shows there have been a 119 homicides so far in 2021 compare that to 100 and 9 people killed this time last year in oakland and then gun related assaults. they are up 33%. this year. today. crowd forces even doing spoke with 2 candidates who want to be the next mayor of oakland and hears what they say they plan to do to try to stop the gun violence in oakland. >> resources. the number one issue that exist in terms of not having the resources both for response but also for
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deterrence and prevention. we have to make sure that we've got public safety response at the level to provide the safety and security for our residents. we have to investing root causes and we can do both at the same time. i also propose. >> and pass a new public safety policy that will improve our recruitment and retention of open officers. we know that we have a retention issue here in the city of oakland. >> as for the campaign, for mayor of oakland. that, of course, continues. we will so be talking to candidates, certainly about their plans to address the city's major problems. gun violence is one of them. panned. catherine, back to you. grant. thank you. a san francisco community is in mourning after a teacher died while walking to school yesterday morning, a car hit 30 year-old andrew zemin by sherman elementary school that said franklin and union and the cow. hello, a neighborhood. >> family members say they're in shock with the cousin
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telling kron 4 that they just don't understand how this happened. his death marks the 12th pedestrian death on the streets of san francisco this year. >> we have the tools in our tool box to redesign our streets. so cars can drive and that we are prioritizing our most vulnerable in our streets. >> the principal of sherman elementary says it zemin was patient and kind and a positive role model today. some of the neighbors in that area were out on the corner where the incident happened, trying to get drivers to slow down. >> and the north bay pedal on this veterans day parade did return today. one of the biggest in northern california. it kicked off at one wrapped up about 2.30. this year's theme. welcome home to all vietnam veterans, our very own can wayne's sent us this video. cannes is also a veteran. by the way, a former petty officer. second class and the u.s. navy. and in the south bay, the veterans day parade in downtown san jose that. also returned
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today. last year it was a virtual celebration because of the pandemic. officials say it is one of the city's oldest traditions now in his 130 year. the theme this year heroes in motion. >> here's rob fladeboe with a look at the celebration. >> military veterans and their service on parade in one of san jose's oldest traditions. hundreds of patriots lining the streets of downtown san jose to celebrate the service. veterans like parade grand marshal marine corps lieutenant colonel william peacock. >> honoring our veterans they say we appreciate the time you took from your private life took a time that you took away from your family, from your job, your career, your education, your children you made a sacrifice to make america better. >> now in its 103rd year. the parade theme was heroes in
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motion heroes like these brothers in arms who served together in vietnam and i feel proud because servings you know, trying to and get somebody safe. a day of celebrating veterans. the parade also helps put the spotlight on programs that help vets who are coping with challenges such as homelessness depression and suicide and we need to understand that people are going to wear the uniform and defend our freedom that we all of them at the very least a good health and education and opportunity to have a good job. >> flyover. some 70 different entries representing all branches of the military and their hardware marching through the streets. >> cheered on by patriots who are not shy about thinking the veterans for their service. >> everything to them we have so much so that we that we take for granted that day.
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>> in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. coming up and more and more seems at the grocery store. how rising prices are causing some bay area shoppers to struggle. no one was expecting you to be born that day. >> an early delivery right on the front lawn in vacaville and all caught on camera. the unexpected arrival of a new family member. that's coming up. >> world war 2 camps are covid. this 100 year-old veteran has fought all of them and one. we'll have his story after the break. and before we head to break o let's do this crime for wants to shine a
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spotlight on the bay area. men and women who have served in the military. >> sergeant david butler, one of the photos you looked at who served in the u.s. army. i was injured in a car crash. i had no idea how much my case was worth. i called the barnes firm. when a truck hit my son, i had so many questions about his case. i called the barnes firm. it was the best call i could've made. your case is often worth more than insurance offers. call the barnes firm to find out what your case could be worth. we will help get you the best result possible. ♪ the barnes firm, injury attorneys ♪ ♪ call one eight hundred, eight million ♪
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>> all around the bay area today. there were a number of veterans day service is held to honor those in uniform and alameda a special ceremony on the uss hornet was held to honor the men and women who have fought for our country. >> there was a special stage on the hangar deck. the
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veterans in the audience will recognize also veterans who died in the line of duty was remembered with a wreath laying ceremony off the fan tail of the ship. >> today. a veterans of the vietnam war. they gathered at the national vietnam war memorial in washington, dc there, of course, to mark veterans day and to honor military colleagues who died on the front lines. >> when we come from all walks of life. but we're brothers. we're and the roads from played ku to july. and if there was a firefight, we will first a fire last to leave. but i fought a war that people wouldn't go to. >> james mccoy, one of dozens of veterans who came to the memorial today. he says memories are still fresh. the vietnam war. of course, once a very unpopular. but veterans say they are grateful for renewed respect for their service. >> it still hurts told info know we were not but the
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americans starting members of or brothers are on the ball. >> the nonprofit, the vietnam veterans memorial fund. the national park service. they held the event today paying tribute to all of the country's service members regardless of which conflict they served and he is as tough as nails. that's what his family says. 100 year-old felix passed charis survived combat in world war 2, he is tough as nails. are one of the biggest challenges of his life, though, came just a few months ago when he. >> fought and beat covid it reporter roosevelt left which has his story. >> in december of 1941 felix passed. harris was already an airplane mechanic in the u.s. army air corps base at a small field just north of detroit. one particular sunday. he was looking forward to catching up with his sleep. we heard something about an attack. >> i heard him a world war. where were the war. my says
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her pearl harbor exit who are as poor a pearl >> nobody in the world for role >> but we sure within 7 days, felix in the first fighter group with its brand-new p 38 lightning as we're flying patrols over california waiting for suspected japanese attack felix as those early days of the war were hectic. you know, there was nobody at that time protecting the west coast. we were the only ones but that wouldn't be his only stop for the next 5 years. feel it in his squad will move all over europe and at times having to duck for cover as air fields. they were at were bombed and strafed by the luftwaffe of 3 or 4 guys that kill. >> did they use the bomb used to go over bomb us. at night. now that night dusk felix survived everything that the war through it and after the war, he work hard and dealt with everything that life had to throw at him for that matter. >> from looking for work after the war to convincing a pretty
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nurse dame helen to take a chance on him. they were married for 70 years and raised 5 children together. one of the toughest things he had to deal with a bout with covid-19 had 100 years and they are feeling pretty bad. >> call them was one back in the hospital, but he managed to recover and his spirit and love of life prompted the clinic's volunteer services to honor him with a special veterans salute. >> when he got out of the hospital because he's so humble and genuine. >> but really just to hear his stories and to sit down across from him hit. was that real honor felix is still trying to recover from covid. >> he says he first thought he was a goner when he first got sick and couldn't breathe. but in the back of his mind. he remembered something he learned when he had a badly damaged planes repair and deceit airfield overseas. got make it fly you've got to make it is a grand falls roosevelt left which. >> wow, he looks little and years old and boy kicking covid and everything else, ok,
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we're going to check on our 4 zone forecast tonight. this is a live look out over san francisco clear tonight. tonight. yeah. and it was a really beautiful day a kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow lawrence. have more nice weather coming. yeah. boy, we were in this nice stretch. now after seeing all that rain to begin the season now, almost spring-like out there today with temperatures moving in the mid 70's in some places. and we're getting ready for repeat as we head toward tomorrow. the weekend looks nice too out there. now we've got mostly clear skies. we may see couple patches of fog developing along the coastline. but look at these numbers from today. this is a really nice day for this time of year. 69 in san francisco, 68 degrees and sunny in oakland 73 in san jose 69 in livermore, 71 in concord and 73 degrees in santa rosa rain. well, it has moved well to the north now high pressure building in the jet stream of thing all the way up in the pacific northwest and they're really getting pounded by the rain watching out for some flooding there along many of the rivers and tributaries of
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some very heavy rain with an atmospheric river rolling through their direction continue to be the focus of more of that rlin in the coming days. well, for us. >> now we've got things drying out there. just a gentle sea breeze kicking in right now. you see a couple clouds up the coastline. cup patches fog likely return along the coastline overnight tonight, temperatures still all that bad 61 degrees in half moon bay still 63 in hayward 61 degrees in berkeley. 62 downtown san francisco, cooler numbers in the north and that see some of those cooler temperatures by tomorrow morning. but yeah, numbers by tomorrow afternoon look at nice about this mid 70's inland, lot of 70's even in around the bay are looking good with some 60's out toward the coastline and the next couple of days, we're going to see those temperatures kind of holding steady through saturday and sunday think more clouds next week. but right now no rain for at least the next 7 days all right. thanks a lot folks. thanks, lawrence. >> san jose police have arrested a man who is accused of committing crimes while acting as a spiritual healer, 42 year-old jorge navarrette
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accused of crimes, including the rape of a child under the age of 15. police say it happened between october. a vote 2020 in august of this year. it is unclear where navarette was serving as a so-called spiritual healer. >> a 9th person has now died from the astroworld festival in houston. a family member confirmed today. a 22 year-old college student died from her injuries bharti shahani was a senior at texas anm. she was studying electronic systems engineering. she was just months away from graduation. her cousin says they were at the concert together but got separated once the crowd was surging forward shahani was taken to the hospital where she was placed on a ventilator until her death. hundreds of hundreds of others were injured following the major crowd surged, as we've been reporting and it lists. 2 of the people are still in
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critical condition including a 9 year-old boy who is currently in a medically induced coma police say the festival drew about 50,000 people. >> still ahead, a new warning from the cdc. why health officials are concerned the measles could be making a major >> well, it all started off slowly. but by the time she got out the door. the baby was on the way. the incredible birth caught on camora next. and we are continuing to shine a spotlight on the bay area. men and women who served in the military. thank you all for your service. here are some of the pictures. ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music)
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♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪
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vacaville family says they just couldn't wait for their son to be born and apparently the baby couldn't wait. thomas johnson. he was born one week early and on his parents front lawn of all places. >> kron four's amanda hari talk to the family about the unexpected. >> fast delivery. >> no one was expecting him to be born that day definitely. i wasn't emily johnson wasn't due for another week when she started to have contractions late thursday evening. it was slow at first. but when it was 5 minutes apart. >> she and her husband michael prepared to go to the
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hospital. then the contractions started coming are going to make it. emily's mother was on her way to watch their older sign-up blake. >> the last phone call i got from michael said it's going scary fast. get here quick. he tells me she tried to get into this car right here. but new she wasn't going to make it ends up coming right here on to the grass in deciding this was the spot i totally did not want to have a baby but the johnsons tell me that's what ended up happening. >> and it was all caught on their ring camera >> emily's mother christy arrived at 1030 about 5 minutes after emily tried to get in the car. >> just 12 minutes later she delivered the baby night as the paramedics pulled up, his head was coming out as they were getting out of the vehicles. dad got to cut the umbilical cord, the scalpel on the front yard.
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>> mom >> and baby were taken to the hospital after the delivery and are healthy. their older son was in the car seat watching his mom delivered baby thomas on the lawn grandma christie says she talked to about it later that night i said you know, mom to superhero. they the i'm not a super hero. now. >> she at thomas in vacaville amanda hari kron 4 news. great story. and coming up next on kron, 4 news at 8 spending more at the store rising grocery prices are tightening up people's budget is what's to blame. and when economists say we may see some improvement plus more measles cases may be coming. the cdc out with a new warning for measles today. why the agency fears a major outbreak could be on the horizon. >> and former bay area's journalist kings spending her time in a different studio. these days. she tells me what life is like since leaving the life is like since leaving the anchor desk and how she after my car accident, life is like since leaving the anchor di wondered what my case was worth.
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finding anything for less than $10, everything to me is doubled seniors living on a fixed income are struggling to buy basic groceries in fact, all of us are falling victim to inflation. ucla. didn't tyson shower is not going up, but. prices going up in concord. we checked the shelves at the safeway store on clayton road and the food max next door. >> at both locations. we saw the same thing. items like eggs, milk and frozen foods either marked up higher than they were prepandemic or simply sold out and not restocked, especially right now that we're getting into thanksgiving. and i have. >> i'm supposed to buy certain things and i'm hoping that they'll be here next week instead of you know, i didn't waet to have to get it now because it's too early to get it. it's a scam and then i have to store it in the past year. bacon prices are up 20% eggs up about 12%. i don't know what else to do. you know. >> try to come back on other things. i had to put things back in order to get the
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things that we wanted for thanksgiving dinner, judy, for oscar was shocked to learn the same size. turkey she purchased last year was twice the price this year. >> she believes supply is not keeping up demand. all of those trucks that people are driving to the stores. we need more truck drivers. and i think that's a big problem. the problem made worse by the year-over-year increase in gas prices by 50% in concord phillipe djegal all kron 4 news. >> the white house meantime is trying to calm inflation fears with promises of relief to come. but it may not be coming anytime soon. the chairman of the federal reserve has warned it could be well into next summer before there is any real change. president biden has been hitting the road in recent days to talk about the benefits of the bill back better. bill saying that it will bring down expenses for families for years to come. but there is concern in the democratic party that the wait it out approach will hurt them in the midterms.
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>> looking toward some long-term thing you've got to deal with that today because today's politics or bad on inflation for democrats to get his larger bill passed. the president will need all 50 democratic senators the senator joe mansion has long been criticizing the larger bill and is now also speaking out against the administration's handling of rising inflation. >> the cdc says the global threat of measles has become a more serious problem mostly because more than 22 mfllion babies around the world have missed getting vaccinated because of the pandemic. measles is one of the most contagious viruses known. it has killed more than a million people as recently as the year 2000, the cdc says measles vaccinations prevent more than 31 million deaths across the world every year. >> all right. as we're getting closer to the weekend. time for another look at the 4 zone forecast. this is a live look outside at the bay area from
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our. >> camera on top of mount tam and meteorologists start chiefmeteorologist i should say. lawrence karnow is here with a getaway forecast. yeah. tomorrow. get away friday, right. lot of folks want to get out and about. the weather is going to cooperate. we're talking lots of sunshine roesgen open unclear, but watch out for one spot. i'll show you that in just a moment of the monterey bay looking good. 67 degrees in santa cruz. 66 carmel by the sea about 73 degrees in carmel valley 68. >> inslee in a southern california are up in the 80's in many spots. look at the anaheim. it will be in the mid 90's there. by tomorrow afternoon, 88 degrees in pasadena. and as you look toward the high country, of course they've had that fresh snow up there. some of the ski resorts are open. 66 degrees in truckee about 63 degrees in south lake tahoe and 69 degrees in reynosa. some warm temperatures. expect some spring skiing conditions. if you're headed in that direction speaking at all stick around for the weekend. the temperatures are staying relatively mild to warm for this time of year. in fact, mid 60's by sunday with some
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partly cloudy skies. but dry all weekend long, clear skies out around the bay area. now couple patchy fog trying to form along the coastline, something to watch out for. if you're traveling tomorrow, you can see right there that some of that to leave fog, that ground fog in the central valley, especially down high-five 99. if you're headed toward a southern california tomorrow be extra careful. that's going to be thick late tonight again and early tomorrow morning, dense fog advisories are up for the central valley for that period as well. all right. around the bay area tomorrow. we're enjoying some sunshine and temperatures up in the 60's and the 70's in many spots along the coastline. cooler numbers there but not bad. but inside the bay. we're going to warm up in a hurry 70's all across the bay area. the south bay mid 70's there. east bay also looking at some mid 70's. the warmest spots you get the idea. we're looking at some nice weather ahead tomorrow. if you love today, you're going to love your friday tomorrow. guys, back to you. thank you, lawrence. the defense has rested its case at the murder trial of kyle rittenhouse. the 18 year-old shot and killed 2 men and wounded a 3rd using an ar 15
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style rifle. >> the shooting happened during a protest in kenosha, wisconsin last year. rittenhouse as he shot them in self-defense. closing arguments are expected to begin on monday. there are concerns about possible civil unrest across the nation. once the verdict is handed down. >> family and friends gathered in las vegas today to remember tina tent or the 23 year-old killed in the dui crash involving former raiders player henry ruggs police say ruggs was driving 156 miles an hour before the crash that killed 10 tour and her dog. he's been formally charged with 4 felony counts of dui and reckless driving 10 tours. family says they are grateful for the outpouring of love and support they've been getting from the community. a fundraiser in her honor has raised more than $100,000 and the raiders did release rugs from the team just hours after
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that crash. he's posted bail and is on house arrest. >> still ahead tonight at 8, the forty-niners opponent monday night getting even stronger today sports director jason dumas says coach shanahan and jimmy jimmy garoppolo spots on the team's mindset as they fight for their season. also, a warning from homeland security as you head home for the holidays, why they're asking people to keep out a lookout for a possible attack. >> and how former bay area news anchor dana king is still telling stories to this day. that's just after the break. but first, another veteran launch a recognized for their service. this is lieutenant colonel jeremy taylor who spent 30 years in the u.s. air force. thank you, colonel taylor and happy veterans day to all. for 15 years and a
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king was one of the main news casters keeping the bay area inform. she left the airways and 20 12. but in her current incarnation, she says that she is still telling stories just in a different way. >> i talked with her about why she says she is now the happiest she has ever been. >> good evening. and then you world news tonight, teenage inmates to help. >> you likely. remember dana king from her work in bay area news. but that's old news. this is dana king today. i hate being he has moved from award-winning journalist to a
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nationally recognized coulter always created. i've always done open a bag clay and see what i'm just on zone. and it just is a place of peace for me. it is quite a contrast from her 25 year long journey and television 15 of those years in local news, i do not miss working on the i miss that adrenaline rush. i miss excitement, but i i'm so much happier and so much more at peace. with myself and with life and not living. on the clock when off the new set. her life was much more than a straight laced news anchor king won a number of medals for rowing used to ride motorcycles lived on a houseboat in sausalito and was a union rep at work. >> she's been call competitive tough and definitely non-traditional. i come by it quite naturally my mother. was
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her own woman. >> my mom. >> was a white woman who married a black man secretly in the 50's, then became a widow left to raise 2 brown children in the 60's by herself when she turned 50. she joined the peace corps. she left tv news in 2000, and 2 years later ran for oakland city council. >> that's the craziest thing i have ever done. one for office. i live east oakland. my neighbors are getting iran because they wanted to advocate. i'm so glad i lost. had had i won. i wouldn't be doing my art. >> she doesn't painting anymore. but much of her early work. this one is called ballot or bullet had social things to be started taking our classes while still
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working in tv, but it became her main passions after a decision she made on heard of at the time for women in news. it started with my hair. as silly as that sounds. when i let my hair go gray. i i felt authentically in my own body for the first time in my life and i was 50 at that time. i take courses in the morning because they work tonight in rush to the studio and be all and change my clothes but about halfway through. i took a. a sculpture course. >> and that was dana king has a number of art installations and displays around the country and here in the bay area, including here at golden gate park monumental reckoning. >> this is the beginning and z. golden gate park. >> this is the first sculpture that isn't your center. the first culture created by an
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african american woman. >> my hope is that other cultures. will come into the space. and it happened it as well. what i want all people feel comfortable the theme of her sculpture work is black bodies in bronze including this statue of a civic leader in berkeley. >> and this installation at the national memorial for peace and justice in alabama. one of her most recent commissions, a bust of the leader of the black panther party ewing newton and more to come and told stories for a living right. >> and they were on video or. digital or whatever. and if you missed them, they're gone for the most part, the bronze pieces are permanent. so the stories of the african descendants that these pieces represent. well last to be told as long as the bronze last. and that could be thousands of years and at this point in my life be able to do
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that. in my own studio is a >> divorced with 2 adult children and a 5 year-old grandson. king says she is loving being a grandmother monumental reckoning will be set up the golden gate park for another year and a half. the dedication of the huey newton bust was just a couple of weeks ago in oakland, a huey p newton way and mandela parkway in oakland, as we said and how nice to be so talented in 2 different areas. well, you know, it's lovely for dana wolf or anybody for that matter who find something that gives them that much pleasure. yes, that much peace. yeah. and she gets up and wants to do it. i think that's lovely. yeah. >> coming up next. 8 o'clock. we have an alert for trader. joe's shoppers will tell you about the 2 chicken products being recalled. >> and in sports, the hardware just keeps rolling in. but the giants even buster posey just retired
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>> and now kron 4 sports from the 18 t fiber sports desk. >> the forty-niners were back at work today prepping for the rams on monday night and get this both teams made roster moves at the wide right receiver position. the niners cut jalen hurd while the rams no big deal signed that guy odell beckham junior seems
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like a pretty parallel right. the moves were truly indicative of the direction. each team is trending in which begs the question, will the niners play with a sense of urgency. >> i definitely there's a big hunger to win there's a huge sense urgency. i think when i think our guys have been through more than that group of and they've had more so there's a different type of disappointment, a different type of frustration. but hunger the energy. that's all still there. when you do have losses and things like that. it's it hurts. but. >> i don't i don't often were in the right way. you are trending in the right direction. could because your expectations are going up. and i think that and our locker room as a whole guys have that mindset have that feeling. and we just have to, you know, go execute now. >> trending in the right direction. i don't know about that buster posey who may have retired, but the honors keep coming today. he won his 5th silver slugger award posey hit 3, '04 with 18 home runs this season helping lead the giants
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to a franchise record, a 107 wins in a division title. it's 5 silver sluggers are the second most in giants history only behind barry bonds who had 9 of those bad boys. >> the warriors put on a show last night at chase center. don't feel like that. >> look like a dunk contest. at one point and andrew wiggins led the way with 35 points. the dup close out a season-high eight-game homestand tomorrow night against the chicago bulls who will be without all-star center nikola vucevic who tested positive for covid-19 draymond green is questionable with a thigh contusion the bulls. they're tied for the second best record in the nba behind yours truly the golden state warriors. >> they've got weapons now in and the pieces of the puzzle. set really well. no, i haven't watched them a time as i said, all watch the more today. but just a. you know, from afar. is it. it looks like
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everything's clicking much going to be great when they're playing great basketball. we're playing great >> i'm sees over there. so i'm i'm i'm glad to the match against a c. >> the short-handed shark look like they finally ran out of gas and winnipeg tonight they gave up 2 quick goals in the second act and the jets took a 3 one lead. they ended up winning 4 to one. but the sharks expett to get 7 players. plus their head coach back from covid protocols on saturday in colorado. the defending national champs tipped off their season today stanford posted morgan 7 cardinals scored behind 12 from fran belibi, the chance rolled past the bears 9136 they expect a much tougher test on sunday. they host the number 25 right. texas longhorns all righty. that's your look at sports. back to you guys. thanks, jason. >> a heads up as you are heading home the holidays. a
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>> for your health tonight. 2 products have been recalled from trader joe's chili lime chicken burgers and spinach feta chicken sliders. the federal food safety and inspection service says the ground chicken may contain bone fragments. the affected products were produced any time from august. the 16th to september the 29th.
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>> they have the code ii st p 8, 2, 7, 6 printed on the package. anybody who has one of these products is urged to throw them out or return them to the store. we have all of the information about the recall on our website. that's at kron. 4 dot com and a new warning tonight from the department of homeland security as we all head into the holiday season. the agency says there is a heightened threat environment with a potential risk of domestic extremists and terrorists. there are no credible or specific threats at the moment. but officials from homeland security want to warn citizens to be on the alert, particularly well meeting at gatherings for religious holidays. >> the coronavirus is putting the squeeze on santa this year. apparently the wall street journal reports there is a shortage of santas workers who normally fill that role tend to be older heavier man. lot of them are choosing not to do it this year because
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of the risks of coronavirus exposure and many say they're also concerned about possibly exposing younger unvaccinated children. the staffing agency higher santos says there are 15% fewer professional santas around and far more requests than usual for somebody to play that role. disney parks getting ready for the holidays. you're looking at video from the parks at tiktok page showing workers putting the final touches on his new lambs christmas decorations, including heights. big tree. that tree is decked out in lights and thousands of ornaments and shops along main street usa are getting a christmas makeover. what lights and wreaths and garlands tomorrow is the official kickoff for the holidays at disneyland resorts and that wraps up kron 4 news at 8. but our primetime news continues at the top of the hour. grant lotus and vicki liviakis are here. just to
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confirm the actual santa is okay and going to beat sanders. okay. but yeah, it's fine to help more help ers. all right. you could use some help this year. >> thanks a lot of crazy newsnight here. we have. he's anti vaccine mandate. protesters shutting down the golden gate bridge. look >> crash right here. yeah. injures 2 chp officers. what we know about that collision. tonight one year-old little girl. she is safe after a car was stolen while she was still inside the new information we're learning about the fact that prompted an amber alert. those stories and much more coming up on kron 4 news at ni
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>> when fun time from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at known. now at 9. >> look at that crash. an anti vax mandate protest bringing rush hour traffic to a standstill today and during the chaos, a car and a bridge sweeper collided injuring 5 people including to chp officers. but as you can see, as we look live here right now. things are back to normal. moving smoothly and that is a good site for all involved. a wild scene, though. thanks for joining us tonight kron 4 news at 9 everybody. i'm grant lodes vicki liviakis that kicked off around 3 o'clock this afternoon at the bridge.
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