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lou >> steve: >> steve:next on kron-4 news at eight: a sex crimes bust at an east bay motel. where police arrested nine men in an undercover sting. >> steve:and it's one of the busiest travel days of the year. >> steve:we're tracking travel at bay area airports and how the weather may impact your thanksgiving holiday i'm steve aveson. >> pam:i'm pam moore. the news -- at eight -- is
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>> steve:now at eight, >>music >> steve:the busiest travel day of the year. we are live at >>whoosh >> steve:if you plan to hit the freeway over the thanksgiving holiday the c=h=p wants you to know they'll be out in force. >> steve:and they won't be just looking for drunk drivers. >>whoosh >> steve:a former alameda county deputy district attorney has been busted in a prostitution sting. >> steve:[redacted] is one of nine sex=trafficking operation >>whoosh >> steve:tomorrow's the day america sits down to fill up on turkey >>what if you want to celebrate thanksgiving bird- free? >> steve:we'll show you some
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tasty alternatives. >> steve:you're watching kron four news in prime time. >> steve:a major bust in the east bay. nine men are in police custody. accused in sex crimes in hayward. >> steve:thank you for joining us i'm steve aveson. >> pam:and i'm pam moore. >> pam:they were arrested in anand the alleged crimes happened at a hayward hotel. >> pam:tonight. kron-4's hermela aregawi joins us live from the police department >> pam:hermela >> pam: thank ou, her mela
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>> pam:it's the busiest travel day of the year for some airports. americans taking to the roads and skies for what's expected to be the busiest thanksgiving travel period in almost a decade. >> steve:so far, the lines are long but moving fairly quickly. part of the reason --some airlines opening special high-tech "innovation lanes." >> steve:these lanes speed up wait times at security with an automated system that keeps bins circulating. >> steve:a similar scene at another bay area airport. san francisco international seeing a steady flow of passengers trying to make their flights. >> steve:that's where we find kron-4's alecia reid. alecia any major delays at the airport today? (crying) >> mark
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>> alecia:with thousands of people traveling over the long california highway patrol is stepping up efforts to keep drivers safe.
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all >> pam:ahead at eight. >> pam:investigators taking apart the bus. in that deadly crash that killed five children. >> pam:revelations today about the tests of what was in the driver's system. >> steve:plus police are cracking down after a local city sees an uptick in hate crimes. and next. >> pam:south bay police calling for community action, after a sharp rise in officer killings. >> pam: has died after being shot in the head while on patrol in detroit.
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afi take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. >> steve:wayne state university officer collin rose was shot after radioing in he was about to speak to someone about possible vehicle thefts. 29 year old rose was a five year campus police veteran.
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>> steve:a suspect was arrested in rose's shooting but has not been charged yet. >> pam:the killing of officer rose. is one of several recent killings of police officers. prompting calls from south bay police. for the community to rise up and speak out. >> steve:as kron-4's rob fladeboe tells us. blue lives matter is their mantra === as a south bay police union protests over a share increase in police killings. >> paul kelly/san jose police officers assoc. -- where is the outrage and where other protests won a police officer is gunned down in cold blood. >> reporter:san jose police officers association president paul kelly referring to the 56 police officers across the country who have been shot to death so far this year, the ambush-style murder of a san antonio police detective among the most recent. >>paul kelly -- there ought to be anchor at our rate of society starts
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accept cup killing is normal. --cop killing is the new normal >> reporter:the p.o.a. unveiled a new web video that includes incident when an alleged gang member, later captured, fired on two san jose cops, prompting a $10,000 reward and a message that 'blue lives matter.' >> reporter:the p.o.a. set a somber victims of five recent fatal attacks on cops, calling on the public to have a dialogue about the issue as they celebrate thanksgiving. >> paul kelly -- i guess i just do not get it. i cannot understand what is controversial to say all lives matter. >> calling of police
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officers who lives were lost in the line of duty. >> reporter:in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> pam: a sixth child has died from the chattanooga school bus crash earlier this week. this news. as we are learning, drug tests on the driver. came back negative. >> pam: n-t-s-b investigators are examining the wreckage of that school bus. as police continue to interview witnesses and review surveillance footage of the crash. >> pam: chattanooga police say, a blood test on john=thony walker showed no trace of drugs or alcohol. walker is charged with five- counts of vehicular homicide. which may change since another child died tonight. >> pam: police say, he was
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driving well over the posted speed limit. at the time he lost control of the bus. five other children are still in the hospital tonight. >> steve:san francisco's mayor, district attorney and police chief are joining forces to fight hate in the city >> pam: city officials came together wednesday afternoon. to put residents and visitors on notice. that hate will not be tolerated in this city. >> pam: hate crimes in san francisco this year. are up 10- percent compared to last year. and up 28 -percent compared to two years ago. >> pam: so to reverse the trend, the police department will use undercover officers. >> if someone decides they want to take someone on a quartet of them because of
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what they are looking like on what they are wearing a could be a on the cover police officer. we stand together against the messages of hate and packs of hate. --acts of hate >> steve:speakers also encouraged victims to come forward. they say statistics from the southern poverty law center indicate since the election of donald trump there have been more than 700 hate crimes reported. >> steve:the city's human rights commission is also working with community organizations on prevention and education. >> pam: it is opening day at some of tahoe's biggest ski resorts.and people are hitting the slopes. >> steve:you're looking at video from heavenly and northstar resorts. both seeing fresh powder in the past 24 hours. >> pam:and more is on the way. it is definitely looking like winter in tahoe. just in time for the holiday.
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>> steve:let's check in with kron-4 meteorologist brittney >> brittney: tomorrow, dry and sunny as we head into friday we will track late rain. just after 11:00 p.m.. dry, clear conditions for tonight. and tomorrow, we still have i got a weather that will come into the bay area as we go into friday, saturday and sunday. so, we would track all of that for you. >> brittney: if you scattered showers that will start around 7:00 p.m.. the heavy rain will not move it into the early morning hours on saturday.
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>> brittney: a lot of this moisture will continue through the region and it will begin to push to the east on saturday bernanke another round of fresh snowfall to the sierra. and as we go through saturday, with a little bit of a break and then as system gear. don't be another round of light rain falls sunday and-dash sunday evening in banks' clearing up monday. >> brittney: 34 of an inch for most of the east. 3/4 >> brittney: would take a look at your 7 day forecast coming up. >> steve: thank you, britt!
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>> reporter: it has begun for it black friday! people are already camping out for tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. when the store opens. and, i am seeing some of the best deals that i have ever seen on some big screen tvs. retailers are really trying to move them. that is coming out. >> gary: we are going to hear from ronnie lott st i do not know what people are talking about about the new stadium in oakland. also, kevin the bodyguard his friendship with lebraun james claims the dividends. >> pam: being away from your children can be difficult during the holidays. and,
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>> pam:tis the season >> pam:black friday is two days away. but people are already camping out at stores across the bay area. this was the scene at a' best buy'. near daly city, which opens tomorrow at five p-m. >> pam:as you can imagine. gadgets are once again the hot item on many people's wish list. >> pam:if you are in the market for a televison kron 4 tech reporter gabe slate shows us the deals you probably dont want to miss. >> gabe:i'm seeing the best deals on seen. retailers are really trying to move these. let me deals >> gabe:but first, here's when the top big box retailers open in case you want to make a plan to score one of these low priced tvs in a store. here's some of the deals i'm seeing. >> gabe:target is offering a 50" hisense 4k tv and a 32-inch led poloroid for $85 at best buy they will have
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and a 55-inch led sharp tv for $250 >> gabe:walmart is selling a 50 inch emerson for $225, a 55 inch 4k philips tv for $300, and a 60-inch vizio for $400. target opens at 6pm thanksgiving and then remains open over night and through the next day until closing at 11pm friday night. >> gabe:best buy is open 5- 1am thanksgiving and then 8am to 10pm friday. most walmarts will be open all day thanksgiving but the black friday deals begin at 6pm. >> "if you don't want to mess around with the hassle of traffic, parking and crowds most of the deals i just showed you are also good online. while supplies last. and plenty of other online deals " >> gabe:amazon for example. will have a 43-inch 4k tv for $200 and a 32-inch tv for $70 and a 55-inch for $300. >>bottom line if you're in the market for a tv now is a good time to buy. >>keep in mind, you want to make sure it comes with at least a one year warranty and a 30 day or longer return policy. >> gabe:wytrgs >> steve: to the deals gabe mentioned on our website
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kron 4 dot com and on our mobile app. and you can find there all the store hours and friday shopping. ahead at eight. demand a recount!
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>> steve:now at 8:30 taking a look outside at the traffic around the bay area.
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>> pam: a steady flow of drivers heading in or out of town for the holiday. >> steve:the airports also seeing an influx of passengers on this busy holiday travel day. >> pam: let's check in with kron-4 meteorologist brittney shipp about what you can expect in forecast. >> pam: brittney >> brittney: has to go into the rest of tonight and into tomorrow the great thing is all of the line we saw has now cleared its wide. and we will see great conditions as we go into the rest of the holiday. >> brittney: if you are traveling in the pacific northwest you will find rainshowers imports in portland and. >> brittney: good news and a lot of the system will continue to track to the east so is moving away from
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chicago, green bay and minneapolis. we will continue to see some light rain showers if you're closer to and the york. >> brittney:--new york. >> brittney: we will stick closer to the mid '60s if you are in san jose. >> brittney: clear visibility is expected. it will be and very enjoyable day. >> brittney: lee sunny skies but we are tracking to different systems. one late on sunday night and now the nearest model showing moisture traveling to the east and headed to lake tahoe. >> brittney: this will allow so you want to be careful when you go to the sierra.
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>> brittney: we would then notice a little bit more clearing as a head in to the rest of the weekend and south west lake tahoe. >> pam:thanks, brittney >> pam:trump has named two more people to positions in his administration.both of them women. the president- elect named ambassador to the united nations. >> pam: and betsy de-vos to his cabinet. as secretary of education. devos is the second woman chosen to fill a spot in his cabinet. >> pam: however, some conservatives are concerned that trump is going against positions he took during the campaign. >> pam: in the past--- devos has supported common core standards--- something trump has denounced. >> pam: most americans will be sitting down for a
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thanksgiving meal tomorrow. >> pam: and some will choose to forgo the traditional bird. >> steve:tonight on dine and dish - vicki liviakis gives us a taste of both a turkey- tarian as well as a turkey- free holiday meal. >> steve:some people are taking it a step further with a tofu-turkey. dubbed "tofurky day" more americans than ever are leaving the bird off their plates. >> vicki:whether its for health or ethical reasons. peta - people for the ethical treatment of animals - produced this vegan cooking segment. that's actually appetizing. >> vicki:with fluffy mash potatoes. no cream but creamed cashews. and a cashew nut roast with herbs. topped off with garlic gravy. no meat broth of course. >> vicki:bird or no bird.however you chose to celebrate the day of giving thanks with friends and family- happy thanksgiving.
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>> vicki:vicki liviakis kron 4 news. >> steve:president obama started his thanksgiving holiday by pardoning the last turkeys of his presidency. the president held a small ceremony in the rose garden today. he actually pardoned two turkeys, the second one being an "alternate." >> steve:local school kids named the turkeys "tater" and "tot." obama cracked many jokes during the pardoning. >> steve:he said, "let's get
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this thing over with because everybody knows that thanksgiving traffic can put everybody in a fowl mood." >> steve:and, "yes we cran." >> steve:obama promises to keep the jokes coming after his presidency.he's not quitting "cold turkey". >> steve:there has always been a shortage of parking spaces in san francisco. >> pam: so some drivers look for creative ways to park. which often conflict with city ordinances. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> stanley:there is a strange misconception in san francisco that it's totally ok to park on the sidewalk just as long as people can still get around so if you look around the sunset district of san francisco for example you will see cars and motorcycle's illegally and lets rule out double parking and focus on sidewalk parking >> stanley:like this suv which is partially on the sidewalk and facing it is a moped and the interesting part the moped looks like it's been inoperative for a long time >> stanley:motorcycles are also not allowed to be parked on the placing a for sale sign or covering the bike wont preclude you from getting a ticket
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>> stanley:in front of every home there is something knows as the property line let's use this parked car crosses the property line it's illegally parked >> stanley:so the biggest question i get from people is where the property line starts well in most cases if look down the street the fence line is a good indicator of the property line and at that point its city property >> steve:but what if your car is only a few inches over the property line. that shouldn't be a problem right? wrong if your car is even a inch over the property line you can be issues a ticket for blocking the sidewalk and even towed >> stanley:now here is the part where grams for pointing out the fact that one inch matters .i want you to keep this in mind you are not the only one to use the sidewalk >> stanley:this lady down the block is walking with a white cane, which means she is visually the sidewalk to be free from obstructions . it also applies to people who live with wheelchairs or even someone pushing a stroller why should they have to walk in the street simply because you felt the need to park on the sidewalk
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>> stanley:parking on the sidewalk can cost you a pretty penny 110 it doesn't get towed, if it gets towed could set you back 500 dollars plus there are many other cities you see someone blocking the sidewalk you should report it because once you allow it, it will only get worse >> stanley:in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news return >> steve: thanks, stanley! >> steve:still ahead at 8. computer scientists urging the clinton campaign to recount votes over hacking concerns. the three states they say should be looked at again. >> pam: plus. >> pam: one meal equals how many calories? you might be surprised how much you could be eating this thanksgiving. >> steve:and he is accused of bitingthe surprising results showing what drugs were in his system.
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my name is cynthia haynes and i am a senior public safety specialist for pg&e. my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in this community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california.
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>> pam:new tests show the florida college student accused of randomly killing a >> pam: political activism are concerned that the election may be had. and that she'd underperformed big areas that use electronic voting machines rather, and those other districts they use paper ballots. now graeme candidate is trying to raise money to facilitate a look at this issue. there has been no response from hillary clinton. >> steve: new tests showed
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the former college student accused of randomly killing couple.and chewing on a dead man's face ---- had no hallucinogenic drugs in his system. >> steve:19 year old austin harrouff did have alcohol and trace amounts of marijuana after his arrest. >> steve:harrouff is accused of violently attacked the martin county couple. then eating part of the man's face. >> steve:it was long suspected he might have been under the influence of hallucinogenic drugs. but the f-b-i says that is not the case. harrouff has pleased not murder.and his attorney has said he is mentally ill. >> pam: still ahead at 8. >> pam: a little girl calls 9-1-1. >> pam: but it's not for an emergency. >> pam: what officers found when they showed up at her home. >> steve:and next. intense video as a confrontation unfolds during a traffic stop. >> steve:what happened when an officer found a person coming out of the trunk of the car he stopped. the suspect was hiding in a
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trunk and was armed with a gun. reporter anna velasquez shows us the video.
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>> pam:in a spilt second. a traffic stop turns into a life or death situation.a man comes out of the trunk armed with what appears to be a gun.lewiston police officer tom woods wrestles him to the ground. >> grant:no shots are fired. >>"there's only split second to deal with that threat. the officer could have used deadly force."
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>> grant:but he didn't and the man taken into custody is 22- had outstanding warrants for failing to appear in court malicious injury to property and driving without privileges. >> grant:court records show his criminal history also includes arrests for resisting or obstructing officers. >>"there have been a lot of events happening with police in the past few months that violence towards police. this incident shows that it can happen right in our backyard." >> grant:this is part of the dash cam video from monday night's stop. it's 8:48 p-m and they're in the 1300 block of 16th avenue. officer woods just pulled them over because it had no license plate. he also had information this car belonged harrell who >> gabe: >> grant:but the driver of the car is harrell's mother. >>"what you don't see is the driver who immediately gets confronts the officer who is sitting in his vehicle." >> grant:officer woods orders her back into the car. son. wanted by police. is
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hiding in the trunk. >>"the driver of the vehicle then tells our officer not to shoot. it's just a toy gun." >> grant:officer woods has a heightened sense of awareness that somethings just not right. >> grant:he calls for back up. >>"i need assistance immediately." >>"shocked as i was to watch that video i just think that it's something that the community needs to see. the type of dangers that our police officers deal with on >> grant:harrell is now facing new charges including resisting arrest and aggravated assault. >> grant: harrell's mother for obstructing justice. >> pam:a little girl in nebraska got in a little bit of trouble, after she called 911 without an emergency. >> pam:but she had good intentions. >> pam:she called 9-1-1 because she wanted deputies to come to her birthday party. >> pam:beatriz reyna has the story. >>"we do get 911 hangups." >> pam:but not like this one
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>> pam:that girl was 6-year- old justice. >>"she said 'i think i may have called 911' and i said 'you did what?' >> reporter:her mother penny was outside doing chores when she got a call from dispatch. >>"we got internet through the landline and she didn't know it was a phone. she had never seen anything but a cellphone." >> reporter:back at the sheriff's office. >>"we always respond typically even if we know its a mistake we always make sure that residence or that location." >> reporter:derek hanna was one of two deputies who responded to the miller's home that day. >>"she did want us to come to her birthday party in february she thought it was three weeks away instead of three months away. so that is how she was contacting us to get to her birthday party." >>"i told i called 9-11. i told you the the truth. you told me the truth. yeah." >> reporter:as for that special visit. >>"what would you like to those policemen now that you are on camera?" >>"i don't know." >>"you wouldn't like to say thank you for being so nice?" >>"thank you for being so nice. " >> pam: the police chief
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says the department has something special planned for justice. >> pam:but also wanted to remind people not to call 911 unless it is a true (male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich with sports! >> gary:good evening! >> gary:the warriors are hosting hoping to avenge a 20 points loss earlier this year. and right now. >> gary:hope of keeping the raiders in oakland brightened after a framework of a deal that would fund a new stadium with a group led by ronnie lott >> gary:but when asked about it didn't seem very certain of the plan >> gary:the raiders sit at the top the a-f-c conferense alongside with the patriots with an eight and two record after beating houston in mexico city. >> gary:oakland had some luck on their side after the officials missed a few controversial calls. >> gary:derek carr and his high-powering offense took touchdowns in the fourth winning the game 27-20 and with thanksgiving being tomorrow carr is thankful in november, but understands they have to keep the momentum heading into a tough matchup this sunday.
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>> gary:the man who threw one of the most famous pitches in baseball history has died at the age of 90 >> gary:former brooklyn dodger ralph thompson's "shot heard round the world" that won the 1951 giants passed away this morning in a nursing home in rye, new york >> gary:branca was a 3-time all-star
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>> gary:this is one of my favorites! >> gary:the "eastside prep" girls basketball team coached by our longtime friend donovan blythe and of course my producer and bodygaurd kevin >> gary:received a special message and gift from lebron james today for winning the state championship last season >>best of luck to each and everyone of you. >> gary:and here come donovan and kevin with the big box surprise shoes t- shirts and personal notes from lebron for each of the girls donovan's connections with nike enabled him to hook his team up through lebron
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>> gary: it reminded me of the story coming in. tomorrow will be the 27th anniversary of the kevin the bodyguard debuting. starting off as a performer. but we became friends and cabinet 25 years tomorrow 8 turkey dinner on the air. >> steve: we will have to do it again sometime. >> brittney: and now
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>> gary: and now pam has stated that is only hard news we cannot have fun. >> pam:aww no way! >> pam:can't wait for the yearly thanksgiving chow down? well you might want to think about how much you're putting on your plate first.
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>> grant:the calories add up
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fast.that story after the break.
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s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s. garrett: you're the clairvoyant? [ gunshot ] he let his emotions get the best of him. and he wasn't gonna stop, skye. i wasn't gonna let that happen. coulson: i'm worried he killed the wrong man. the clairvoyant doesn't have abilities. he has security clearance. he's an agent of s.h.i.e.l.d. why would may have an unauthorized encrypted hard line in the cockpit? put it down, may! who do you answer to?! who's the real clairvoyant?! [ groans ] where are we going? i don't know! i didn't do it! when that plane touches down, take out everyone on board. except agent coulson. he's mine. [ blue oyster cult's "don't fear the reaper" plays ]


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