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>> reporter:now at eight. a warehouse in the east bay. what police say the driver steal. >>whoosh >> reporter:a violent chain of events starting with the accidental shooting of a toddler and ending in a hail of bullets outside a starbucks. >>whoosh >> reporter:the rash of creepy clown incidents is changing the face of halloween. >>whoosh >> reporter:and donald trump's claim of a rigged election hits home with his supporters. if she gets into power i'll do everything in my power to take her out of power. >> reporter:dark days as the
election enters its final three weeks. >> reporter:you're watching kron four news in prime time. >> reporter:now at 8. >> pam:hit by a truck. and left to die. >> pam:police in the east bay say, custody on suspicion of murder. good evening i'm pam moore. >> steve:and i'm steve aveson. >> steve:the victim was hit shortly before noon at a food warehouse in san leandro. then just before six police tracked down a person they believe was behind the wheel. kron-4's ella sogomonian joins us live in san leandro tonight. >> steve:ella how did police find the suspect? >> reporter:although it all started in san leandro this morning a few hours later the man police believe to be responsible for that deadly hit and run was spotted by oakland police in a white ford pick up truck around 5 tonight.
>> reporter:take a look at the footage from our partnership with abc 7. it all started before noon at a food supply warehouse in san leandro where police suspect the man in custody now was stealing wood pellets. >> reporter:apparently police say there's a large market for wood. after an altercation with a possible warehouse employee san leandro police say the man allegedly hit and killed him with his truck then drove off. >> reporter:a few hours later a suspect was found in oakland off 47th ave and 12th st. with a matching description and wood pellets in his truck. >> matched description saw man walking away chased him found him under parked c are on 48th ave and arrested without incident. >> reporter:police say this is being and the driver is arrested on suspicion of murder. information as it becomes available tonight a10. >> reporter:live in san leandro ella sogomonian kron 4 news.
>> pam: thank you, ella! >> pam:armed with an a-r-15 rifle gunman who allegedly tried to shoot them. this surveillance video captures the moments when officers gave chase sunday evening. >> steve: before the suspect identified as adam powell faced off with police in vallejo. he was in suisun city where year old boy is still in the hospital tonight. >> pam:kron-4's spencer blake joins tonight. but first, grant lodes is here to tell us how the officers avoided getting shot. >> pam: grant? >> grant:those officers.allegedly targeted.tell investigators. it looked like the shooter's gun malfunctioned.it jammed.or for some reasonthe surveillance video. reportedly shows. 41 year old adam powell walking to the starbucks on lincoln night around 9:00. you can't see it here, but police say, as he rounds the video shows him aiming at two officers inside the starbucks. using an assault- style weapon that had a magazine with nearly 70 -
rounds. >> grant:police say, after his gun wouldn't work.he took off and the officers ran after him - eventually they shot threat to the their lives. >>andrew bidou-- here are two officers and a break that was ambushed by someone would extreme, or- setup firepower. he also had a small handgun and an assault weapon with high- capacity magazine. and body armor. he had an extreme advantage over officers especially, taken by surprise. >> grant:powell.who was shot three times and is in the felon. police say, he lives in suisun city but has ties to vallejo.
>> grant:powell is also involved in another one of our topjust a few hours before the events at the starbucks, his own child was shot in a nearby home. kron four's spencer blake is live in vallejo with more details on that part of the story. >> reporter:vallejo police *and suisun city police were here together this morning as they explained powell's connection to two different cases. powell lives in suisun, and at about 3:30 sunday afternoon, his two-year-old son was shot inside a home. officers say the shooting itself was accidental and self-inflicted. >> reporter:but there is one part of the investigation that has some neighbors wondering what went on. >>"there were several persons present inside the residence at the time of the shooting. a person of interest who was present at the time of the shooting but left prior to officers arrival was identified as adam powell, father of the child." >>"if he wasn't there when the police arrived, i'm pretty suspicious."
>>"how do you figure a two- year-old would shoot himself? i dunno.that sounds kinda funny to me." >> reporter:the toddler is still in a trauma center in oakland. the suisun city police update was that he is in critical but stablesome of the neighbors say they had been over to help family. >> reporter:coming up tonight at ten on kron four, we'll have more from neighbors of the powell family about the powell family, and about their little boy. >> reporter:live in vallejo, spencer blake, kron four news. >> pam:spencer, thank you
for that report! >> steve: wereberkeley police are investigating reports of 2 sexual assaults at off- fraternities from the weekend. kron 4's alecia reid joins the investigation. >> steve: 1 >> steve: alecia? >> reporter: face and tell us understand that social and that where she was also audit al saturday i pour it all want to sexual conduct. on saturday morning and that is the man was at the fraternity then where she was a salted. police are nasa and which police are not saying which fraternities and these are. on college campuses 90 percent of the a been
victims know their attack corporate--on keller its campuses 90 percent of their victims note the attackers. >> it is definitely scary. >> they canceled a lot of functions and social yvette spirit people are not allowed to have parties. -- social events and people are not al birdslowed to have parties-- are not allowed >> steve: thank you, alecia
>> steve:today is the 27th anniversary of the loma prieta earthquake. that rocked the entrie bay area. the 6-point-9 magnitude quake hit at 5-oh-4 p-m. just as the giants and the a's were about to start game- 3 of the world series at candlestick park. >> pam:the quake did incredible damage. part of the old bay bridge collapsed. the double- decker cypress collapsed. crushing cars and killing dozens of people. >> steve:63 -people died. and thousands more were injured. >> steve: willthe quake's destruction led to a rebuilding effort to make it stronger and safer. what >> it will be this as a lifeline and the aftermath --italy used as a lifeline in the aftermath
>> steve:the loma prieta quake was centered on the san andreas fault in the santa cruz mountains. officials estimated it caused six-billion dollars in damage. >> pam:another day to remember in the ongoing raiders to las vegas discussion. the governor of nevada signed a bill.which greenlights 750- million dollars in public funding. for an n-f-l stadium. now that the entire state is backing the project, all the silver and black needs in order to move to las vegas. is the backing of 75-percent of the n-f-l's owners. >> pam:mark carpenter is tracking this story. and has the latest. >> reporter:the actual signing of the bill was merely a formality, of the raiders moving away is becoming more of a reality. now that nevada has signed off, the decision to approve relocation rests in the hands of mark davis' colleagues. >> reporter:three-fourths of the league's owners still must vote to support the move, but those in las vegas sound pretty confident that this is a done deal. >> governor "thanks to our legislature, now everyone knows what we all know that las vegas is the perfect place for an nfl team called the las vegas raiders." (cheers & applause) >> reporter:a proclamation
that's music to some and an ear sore to many others-- a new headquarters for raider nation is now signed into law. and mark davis.welcomes the change with open arms. >>mark davis-raiders owner "i think it's located where everyone can come in. our fans travel tremendously, so it's gonna be exciting. we don't know. we are doing studies and all these things, but we are just excited about the potential." >> reporter:davis will be in houston this week for the nfl's fall meetings. no vote will take place, but davis will update the other owners on the progress of the las vegas plan. >> reporter:and we also could get some indication on where some of the executives stand on the issue of the relocation.
>> pam:ahead at eight. a horrific crash kills four people. after a truck goes plunging off a bridge. why the driver may have lost control. >> steve:quit clowning around! from its shelves. as another bay area store says they're selling out. >> pam:and the weekend series of storms. brings fresh powder to the sierra. return to fresh powder to the sierra. return to
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>> steve: change at a major national recent creepy crown craze. target is no longer selling clown masks at its stores and online. >> pam:grant lodes is here with those details.and how one local store is selling out of clown masks. >> grant:many of the recent "clown" proven to be hoaxes. but others have led to arrests, including gunmen in clown masks reported robbing gas stations and restaurants. now.target wants no part of the hooplah. >> grant:pulling them from store shelves.and on its website.just two weeks before halloween. lots of schools have banned any clown costumes during
the hallpoween season. >> grant:pam? >> pam:thank you, grant! >> pam:a member of the u-s navy is facing d-u-i and vehicular manslaughter charges. after the pickup he was driving bridge. killing four people below. >> pam:richard sepolio is stationed at the naval base on coronado island. police say, he was driving across the bridge saturday afternoon, when he lost control and dropped sixty- feet. his truck plowed into a festival below. killing four and injuring nine people. >> steve:in the south bay. jury selection is underway
in the trial of a man. accused of murdering 15 year old sierra lamar. it was back in march 20-12 that sierra lamar was last seen.despite repeated searches. she was never found. >> steve:but this man.antolin garcia torres. was subsequently arrested for her murder. today, the first of many prospective jurors were brought in. and told they could be deciding garcia torres' fate >> steve:if convicted.torres could face the death penalty. but that is a long ways away. over 12-hundred prospective jurors will be screened first and officials say. that will take around six months. >> steve: take a look at that ryder pam that could be what we are in for. >> pam: brittney? >> brittney: earlier this
morning, or really yester day you dizzy with the scattered snow showers in the sierra. in that; some of the higher elevations someone to 3 in. all snowfall and rainfall. oakland hills picked up close to 4 in.. >> brittney: ago into the rest of this evening and even tomorrow you will see more sunshine. -- as we go into the rest >> brittney: you will see a few little isolated showers near the north bay. and santa rosa. looking into the rest of tonight parley cloudy and to marleau mostly sunny and warmer. we will be
back in the '80s for the inland location and for the rest of the week. 62 in concord, and 59 in livermore, tomorrow we are back to 60-70 in san francisco, and san mateo. closer to 723 degrees in santa rosa. --783 degrees. --73 degrees >> brittney: you know is an even split in temperatures. we will track these 7 day forecast coming up and talk about how one will get. >> steve: thank you, brittney! >> steve:suppoerters --
supporters talking about the election maybe rigged? >> gary: coming up later in this broadcast more raider news. we will see what happened and of the two and a call of minutes. forty- niners? and what about the warriors. later in this broadcast. >> pam: expect to see more officers patrolling the golden gate bridge and the next couple of months. to cut down on the number of suicides at the iconic structure. tonight at 10! hear from city officials as they are trying to reduce the number and stop people from committing suicide at
>> steve:today the coalition of people supporting the legalization of recreational make a push for that proposition. >> pam:supporters say this is not simply about letting consenting adults get high -- it's being framed as a criminal justice issue. >> steve:they believe the proposition could bring in as much as a billion dollars in tax revenue. supporters claim the state will save tens of millions of dollars annually. by not having to prosecute as many pot related offenses. return >>it is overwhelming the disproportiate nature of the enforcement as it relates to marijuana disporportiate in terms of the african nationwide 3-point73 more likely to be arrested for non violent marijuana related offenses that their white counterparts in this state where latino arrest rates are even higher.
>> steve:the california police cheifs assocation is against the passage of prop 64. they believe the personal use of marijuana has already been decriminalized in this state. gabe slate tech report >> pam: right now he is inside the mind craft game at 360 degrees all round him and he is fully immersed. >> favorite part of offering the demo is that people get so excited. it began here
gas and louvre's and false. -- you will here gasp and ooh's and aww's. the war >> road is completely open. you are learning about different elements and building structures. you are creating your own world and county of the missions and really building a plan that stops. so just plain on that or playing the game has education principles to it. you get to fight off monsters, or zombies. is something for everyone. >> pam: >> gabe: that is the cheapest way to play. by planning for the game for $8 and the actual supplies and the power sole pc that you
will need. so it's about $400 to play the game. >> pam: >> gabe: you want something fun and free you to visit the microsoft store to express the game. they have been most set up. --demos set up to experience the game. >> reporter: gabe slate, kron4news >> pam:ahead at eight. taking the fight to isis. a massive operation is underway. to re-take a major stronghold from the militants. >> steve:plus. a spooky sleepover. how you could get the chance to spend the night in dracula's castle halloween night. >> pam:and next. donald trump ramps up claims that the election is rigged. and that charge has both sides sounding off. return
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>> pam:an ugly presidential campaign gets uglier. as donald trump's chances of winning the white house grow more slim. his campaign rhetoric is taking a new darker tone. >> steve:donald trump is is wisconsin tonight. a state where hillary clinton has a double=digit lead. that is, if you believe the polls. and trump is urging his supporters not to trust them. or the outcome of the vote, three weeks from tomorrow. >>"it's rigged" medley >> reporter:in the last days of a trumpp is painting himself as a victim of a global conspiracy to deny him thethe forces against him ranging from international bankers, fbi administrators most of all.
>>corrupt media all made up lies lies, total lies. >> reporter:onnce again he takes on calling them naive for denying the danger of voter fraud. at trump tower in new york, democrats had a different message. >>"this election will not be rigged. this election will demonstrate the power of women." >> reporter:hillary clinton enjoys a 20 percent margin among female voters in the polls, although the release of the access hollywood tapes did not move the numbers much. when it comes to the battleground states, trump is ahead in ohio and is a virtual three way tie in utah, just one point ahead of a local conservative independent. >> reporter:clinton has comfortable margins in pennsylvania and colorado and leads in north carolina, florida and nevada. she was off the campaign trail today, preparing for wednesday's debate in las vegas. trump's latest attempt to discredit her is to call for a drug test, >>'cause i don't now what's going on with her. >> reporter:the white house reacted with scorn.
>>"so you're telling me that the candidate who snorted his way thru the first two debates is accusing the other candidate of taking drugs?' temps are warming up heading into this week. dry as well. >> brittney: the big changes for the rest of the week. temperatures will begin to warm up and dry out. must take a look at some of our temperatures. oakland at 65, so pretty much an even spread even in santa rosa we are in the
high 50s and as we go into the next few day storm trecker will shift to the mores of our area. with high pressure. leading to warmer temperatures. and more sunshine tomorrow. we are dealing with a few scattered showers north of santa rosa of about four to five hours ago. but now everything is nice and dry. >> brittney: perjures will stay in the high 60s. 65 toward the afternoon and as we get a closer look to add concord is substantially warmer. >> brittney: it is one to take us a while for temperatures to recover to be at the above average temperatures. >> brittney: san francisco in the mid '50s by 10:00 a.m.. and hovered in the
mid 60s by the in mid afternoon. >> brittney: 4 napa we will start off in the '40's. high '40's with a chilly start to net bubba. and that it will continue to become warmer by 2:00. --high forties with a chilly start to napa up and then it will start to become warmer. >> brittney: friday, saturday it will stay in the '80s and by sunday we would drop down just a little bit and the mid 70's for the end bay area. >> brittney: we would take another look at the weather at the end of the show. >> steve: thanks, britt!
>> steve:when it rains people are supposed to be extra >> steve: don't follow too close. basically pay attention to whats going on around you. >> pam: crashes reported when it rains. the c-h-p believes that 99- percent of all crashes are avoidable our stanley roberts believes. 99- percent are the result of people behaving badly. . >> stanley: (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> stanley:you always driver on the shoulder likethat sir? >> stanley:hah? >> stanley:this driver is at a lost for words >> stanley:did you not see the chp sitting right there well maybe i should show you want happened since he appears to be at a loss for words
>> stanley:i'm out with officer benavidez from the redwood city area office of the california highway patrol . here he is removing debris off highway 101 first this driver gets pulled over for cutting across the gore point to beat traffic but he is about to get the break of his life because of this driver i can get the full effect >> stanley:he jumped out of traffic and drives on the shoulder then tries to jump back into traffic and since he likes driving on the shoulder he gets to hand out there for a while that's when the rain picked up so on with the rain gear and out with the ticket >> stanley:when it rains the chp usually goes from drivers crash and the chp basically puts them back in play however yes there is a if the driver commits a foul officer the drivers gets the red and blue lights like this driver who not only had a phone firmly attached to her ear he was wearing her seatbelt wrong >> stanley:morning so its pouring down raining you're on your cell phone and seat belt tucked. >> under your arm oh no that make me look really bad hmmmm should you be paying >> stanley: attention to the road and not on the phone
while your driving in the rain yes >> yes, absolutely. >> stanley:this driver also was seen driving on the shoulder >>i don't want to be on the news, well you kinda signed .. >> stanley: the release when you drove by on the freeway no yea where you heading too home no the pensky truck pushed me off the road when he was merging on to the freeway >> stanley:ohhh the pensky truck these two drivers tangled it up while trying to get onto highway 101 in san mateo . and a 2 year old were transported to the hospital >> stanley:the driver of the suv was heading to san francisco city hall for a wedding >>oh ah we were just left from getting my bride to be hair done . >> stanley:yup it was his wedding or should i say their wedding day and it's the drivers birthday. >> stanley:look when it rains it's important to driver defensively . and if you see a chp doing a traffic break do not pass
>> stanley:on the peninsula with the california highway patrol stanley roberts kron 4 news >> pam:still ahead at 8. >> steve:more and more students hearing "congrats grad" and it's breaking records. >> pam:plus. >> pam:could you survive a night in dracula's castle. well now you have a chance to prove it. >> steve:and next. a massive operation to take down isis in one of their strongholds.
>> steve:iraqi kurdish forces are advancing on isis --- in the massive operation to re-take the city of mosul. iraqis are said to have retaken about 80 miles of road back from isis. the road to mosul is a dangerous one. >> steve:booby trapped explosives and suicide car bombers are some of the challenges as they move closer to mosul. about 100 thousand troops are expected to be involved in the mosul offensive. if the operation is successful it would be the biggest blow to isis yet. >> steve:isis now controls less than half the territory it once held. >> pam:president obama is among those saying the future of our nation.seems to be in good hands.
he's citing a study showing that more u.s. students are graduating from high school.the white house report says that the high school graduation rate now tops 83-percent.which is a new record. >> pam:it's also a four percent increase since the 2010-2011 school year. the new rates reportedly students.including black. hispanic. and native american students.who have continued to narrow the gap between their graduation rates and those of white students. >> pam: bitten by a snake? up next! >> steve:chip kelly gives his assessment on kapernick! coming up in sports
>> pam:hillary clinton is off the campaign trail to prepare for the final debate. this as new f-b-i records questions about clinton's email scandal. >> pam:the records show a state department official to change the classification level of an email relating clinton's private server. according to interview notes during the f-b-i's investigation of her server. >> pam:there are contradictory reports of what happened. >> pam:one f-b-i official recounted alleged deal. another f-b-i said they f-b- i to send more agents overseas. >> pam:the f-b-i and state department both say no such deal occurred. return to
>> steve:a crazy story out of texas. where a news anchor took to bitten by a copperhead snake. art raz-cone was headed to his news station. when he was bitten by the venomous snake in his driveway. >> steve:instead of backing down. the dedicated reporter decided to share his story live.doctor's are currently observing the news reporter. to make sure he's all right. buffalo >> when i first arrived running down the street if you could just imagining being and bay route with helicopters and emil lands and it is still daylight and it is scary. >> reporter: 10:00 join us!
>> gary: >> gary: (male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: before and and a stampede in second half yesterday and all blow. -- the 49ers' stampede and the second half yesterday and buffalo. >> gary: probably the first pitcher to leave the game because of the drone. what do we have? we have that right would glycolic >> gary: s. wright j.r. stone. he is the pilot >> grant: mark burnett.
>> gary: cannot even say anything. marc burnett is the greatest. >> brittney: >> gary: you are talking about the different mark burnett who did the operative spirit >> gary: do not believe mark burnett would be working with what shot the four. if he was mark burnett of the apprentice. >> gary: it turned into a 45-16 route. over and out! >> gary:colin kaepernick
showed flashes but not consistency part, he was as solid as could be expected. nearly 30-points. >> gary:his first big highlight cameyard touchdown pass tokaep also ended the day as the niners leading rusher with 66-yards. that in through the air and no >> gary:no turnovers >> gary:head coach chip kelly has already said kaep will get home against tampa bay >> gary: concerning issue is thethey allowed 312 yards on *--aol 312 yds on the ground >> gary: the ground the franchise's highest total 1958. and four rushing touchdowns >> gary:the defensove problems turned what was a 17-13 game at haltime into a 45-16 route.
>> gary:the raiders are ready for las vegas and now las vegasnevada governor brian sandoval signed legislation today clearing the way for a las vegas football stadium. last week, state lawmakers approved a bill that increases las vegas-area hotel tax.to raise 750- million dollars for the proposed stadium >> gary:raiders owner mark davis has proposed another $500 million and sands casino owner sheldon adelson will kick in the rest of the proposed $1.9 billion cost >> gary:the stadium may be a go, but the nfl must still approve a potential raiders relocation from oakland. here is the governor and mark davis... >> we are excited to have the gloss of vegas raiders-- t havo have the las vegas
raiders! (cheers & applause) >> gary: boy the jets are bad! (cheers & applause) >> gary: the rangers jumped up to eight big lead. but the rangers went on for a 7- 4 victory. and >> gary: got a dig in at the warriors with a halloween theme >> gary:jake ballard of stow, ohio posted this photo of a pumpkin carved with the image of kyrie irving hitting the game- winning three-pointer over steph curry in game 7 of the nba finals he captioned it "when it's october but you still remember the warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the nba finals"
>> grant:if you've ever wanted to live like dracula, now's your chance. airbnb is holding a contest flown to romania to spend bran - also known as dracula's castle. >> grant: wereapplicants are being asked to use their "vampiric wit" to imagine what they'd say to count dracula if theythe winners with the most creative response will be taken to the castle in a horse-drawn carriage and even have the chance to sleep in velvet- lined coffins. (laughter) >> brittney: i have to draw
a line at the coffins. >> pam: that's it for us at 8! we hope to see you at 10! 8! we hope to see you at 10! woman: how do we protect them from $4 billion in new cuts to california schools? man: vote yes on proposition 55. woman: prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. man: not on working californians, not small businesses. no one. woman: instead, prop 55 simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians. man: so those who can most afford it continue paying their fair share... woman: ...to prevent new education cuts... man: ...and keep improving california's schools. woman: vote yes on prop 55 to help our children thrive.
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