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tonight at ten:emergency efforts are underway... to try and prevent a catastrophe at the oroville dam. good evening i'm pam moore.. and i'm steve aveson.it's a race against against time -- with more rain on the way. tonight -- nearly 200-thousand people remain evacuated in the surrounding area... this is video from just before the sun went down this evening. while the work is underway to shore up the emergency spillway, officials are using the main spillway -- which is also damaged --- to release water. the fear -- the emergency spillway could fail -- releasing a tidal wave of water. grant lodes is tracking the latest developments out of oroville... grant? it's a complicated series
of problems... and we'll walk you through what went wrong...and what's being done to at least temporarily stabalize the situation. this is a daily mail map. the problem at lake oroville started last tuesday when a massive hole opened up here in the main spillway. let's check out video of the hole from last week... it may be hard to tell here...but it's 30 feet deep...200 feet wide. that hole prompted water managers to stop using the main spillway. that meant water in the lake...swollen from all this winters storms...started coming over the emergency spillway. the emergency spillway..built in
19-68...is just dirt and rocks... and yesterday water was coming over the top...and carving small craters in the land below...which is not paved like the main spillway. the concern is that the dirt and rock at the top of the emergency spillway might collapse... and that would be catasprophic...a 30 foot wall of water would come charging down the hill...like a tsunami. some would quickly fill up the the feather river below...but tons and tons would keep coming downstream...flooding towns as far south as marysville...30 miles south of the lake. so for much of today...crews have been bagging up boulders, rocks and other material...and then two helicopters are
dropping them into the compromised area at the top of the emercency spillway. the key is to get as much of this work done as possible before more rain comes wednesday night. today the governor... asked the federal asked the governor... today the night. today the governor... asked the federal government for help. and it's hard to ever- state the affect this is having on nearly two thousand people. when the evacuation orders went out last night... traffic was here's a list of a few
evacuation centers. the red cross has set up in chico ...at the silver dollar fairgrounds . on fair street. the glenn county fairgrounds on east yolo street in woodland- the yolo county fairgrounds is also open for those who need to stay there. for a full list of evacuation centers in the area- go to kron4.com. our team coverage continues tonight... we have crews at some the evacuation centers... kron4's alecia reid is live in woodland.. alecia -- how concerned are people there about the situation...
within the last hour an 18 wheeler came to drop off food for the hundreds of people staying here.and the county held a meeting with evacuees as they tried to answer as many questions as possible.pkg sot - we had no clue it was that badevacuees are trying to get as comfortable as they can in their new living quarters. sot - they're gonna bring more beds, we just don't know when. and with my babies standing there it's just horrible.sot - they had cots but we got here too late so we slept in the car sot - these parents, considering the stress that they are under, they're doing a marvelous job.while the state continues to work on ways to prevent the oroville reservoir's retaining wall from collapsing, evacuees at the yolo county fairgrounds evacuation center are coping as best they can.meddie lozano / evacuee - sot - spacing out
and rushing i packed clothes for 2 days, but i left socks, and my thyroid medication that i have to take every day. meddi's husband was able to drive back to their home to get her life-saving meds. at the evacuation center, hundreds of children are embracing the experience.sot - it feels great because we get to do the same thing we would back home. we have showers, bathrooms, food, games.family pets are being taken care of, and seniors in need of care have been placed in a separate area.sot - some of them have alzeimers so it's a little hard for them, but they're doing ok they're getting a lot of care and lovestandupmany of the families staying here have not been back to work because everything is closed in their hometown.another thing they now have to worry about.no work means no pay.reporting live from yolo county
nearly 600- inmates have been evacuated from oroville and taken to alameda county. it is the first time there has been an evacuation order at the butte county jail. the evacuation included all levels of offenders. the inmates will stay at the santa rita jail as long as it is necessary. alameda officials say, there is plenty of room at the jail... which can house 5-thousand inmates a day. happening now: a flash flooding warning in effect in the oroville area. kron4 chief meteorlogist brittney shipp is tracking the danger zones... and brittney -- more rain also on the way for the area?
getting too close to the river and the dam. we have more coverage on the situation in oroville ahead. coming up 10:30 -- a look at the warning signs years before the breach -- and why nothing was done about it. and our coverage of this big story also continues online.on kron-4-dot-com...we have a complete list of the evacuations centers. harrowing stories from evacuees who aren't sure when they will be able to return to their homes.and how you can help..we have a link to the red cross. breaking news:michael flynn is now one of the shortest-serving senior presidential advisers in modern history.the embattled white house national security adviser resigned tonight. his resignation comes after less than a month into the job. his departure comes after reports surfaced ... the justice department warned the trump administration last month, that flynn misled administration officials,
regarding his communications with the russian ambassador to the united states.. the department added flynn was potentially vulnerable to blackmail by the russians. flynn was not able to debunk the story that his conversations with the russian ambassador included communication about u.s. sanctions. it is illegal for unauthorized private citizens, to negotiate with foreign governments on behalf of the u-s. in flynn's resignation letter he wrote in part..."i inadvertently briefed the vice president elect and others with incomplete information regarding my phone calls with the russian ambassador. i have sincerely apologized to the president and the vice president."general keith kellogg will be the interim national security adviser. coming up new at ten:a fire at the happiest place on earth... we have new video from inside the disneyland parking garage .. where several cars went up in flames. then -- also new at ten: commuter crunch.tonight -- we
happened to one peninsula family last month. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us live from san mateo. j.r., what happened? this agency went bankrupt and the couple that i talked with had already paid thousands of dollars which is now gone. sot i wish i had some piece of advice to give those out there who are considering adoption. we thought we did what we needed to do. we thought we did our research. we thought we chose the best one out there but low and behold.yes low and behold the adoption agency chosen by james raycraft and his husband mark went bankrupt. the same agency the couple had used to adopt their daughter malia closed shop overnight. heartbreaking to the small family and to four year old malia. sot are you excited to be a big sister.yea..did you want a baby brother or baby
sister? a baby brotherthe agency that closed was called the independent adoption center, based out of concord. they were one of the biggest adoption agency's in the country. sot we looked at other agencies and they were licensed in most states so we thought we were going with a refutable agency.mark and james been together for 15 years and married since 2013. they love their daughter, who always seems to be up for a game of hopscotch, but have been a bit shaken by the closure of the independent adoption agency. they took a serious financial hit.sot we're probably about 25- thousand out. starting from scratch to be honest. we have to find another agency. start saving our money. we don't have the cash to start over immediately so that's a process for us.james and mark say they are trying not to get discouraged. it may take time but they do plan on growing their family and making malia a big sister.
highway- 37 in marin is still closed and still flooded from last week's storms. now, caltrans says, it has created a plan to prevent this kind of problem from happening again. crews will begin an emergency road work project to raise the level of the roadway. this will hopefully prevent flooding from shutting down the roadway in the future. now all the entrances to the road off highway 101 have been closed and east bound traffic has to use atherton road to detour around the flooded section. caltrans is running pumps in an attempt to divert he water
off the busy route... but it has not successfully gotten rid of the flooding. . no word on when the highway might reopen. days after a mudslide blocked lanes along heavily traveled highway- 17.. it seems not much has changed. debris from the mudslide in the santa cruz mountains.. is still blocking lanes in the northbound direction. kron 4's dan kerman went back to the scene today... to find out when the lanes may reopen.
and soquel- san jose road is now closed indefinitely ... between amaya ridge and olsen road.the road there is starting to sink. county officials say, there are no detours available around the area. motorists have been advised to use state highways 17, 92 or 129. toss weather more rain in still ahead:a father shot and killed -- while driving
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several cars caught fire in the main parking structure at disneyland, and about a half-dozen people are being treated for smoke inhalation. anaheim police say that the fires that broke out at the mickey & friends parking structure. the flames have been extinguished and firefighters are working to clean up. this is new video from inside the parking garage. it was shot by woman who was stuck there... you can see smoke filling the back of the garage. no word on what sparked the flames. tonight police are looking for the gunman - who shot and killed a man driving in a car with his family. it happened last night in san leandro.... police say they believe it was a case of a road rage. it happened near marina boulevard and verna court... just before ten o'clock. after the shooting -- the wife drove to a nearby kaiser.... where she was found screaming for help. doctors were not
able to save her husband . the identity of the victim has not yet been released... no description of the shooter is available. coming up:bart riders -- we are listening.. tonight we go indepth on your biggest complaints...and what bart is doing to ease your concerns then: verizon the last major carrier to begin offering unlimited data. but is it the best deal? tonight - we compare the plans to see which ones might save you money. and next: we are tracking the latest developments in the oroville dam crisis... we investigate the major concerns that were raised about the spillway -- years ago.
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damaged...but functioning. and the best news tonight is the lake's water level as the emergency spillway is being repaired. for a little perspective we'll use this daily mail map... the problem at lake oroville started last tuesday when a massive hole opened up in the main spillway. the hole...30 feet deep...200 feet wide. that issue prompted water managers to stop using the main spillway. that meant water in the lake...swollen from all this winters storms...started coming over the emergency spillway. the emergency spillway is just dirt and rocks... and with all the pressure from the water level so high... the concern...espec the concern...especially
yesterday...was that the dirt and rock could collapse... and that would mean a 30 foot wall of water would come charging down this dirt hill... some into the feather river...but tons and tons would keep coming downstream...flooding towns as far south as marysville...30 miles south of the lake. tonight the governor gov brown said he spoke with a trump administration official today about thei issue...and though the governor has criticized president trump on many of his initiatives, today he appluded
the president's plan to invest $1 trillion on infrastructure. here's a list of a few evacuation centers. the red cross has set up in chico ...at the silver dollar fairgrounds . on fair street. the glenn county fairgrounds on east yolo street. and in woodland- the yolo county fairgrounds is also open for those who need to stay there. for a full list of evacuation centers in the area- go to kron4.com. our team coverage continues: one of the largest evacuation centers is in chico -- about 20- miles northwest of oroville. kron4's spencer blake has been talking to people there... people who are worried about what's next. the silver dollar fairgrounds are the temporary home for about 15 hundred evacuees monday night - about twice as many as slept here sunday."we
have kids. i can't just go and put myself in harm's way with the children."the red cross closed the shelter in paradise and moved those three or four hundred evacuees to chico in the afternoon."we opened one wing of that last night, and we're filling the other wing and kind of the connecting piece."those who preferred a hotel bed over sleeping on a cot had to be either fast or lucky."i was calling everywhere. chico's all booked out. so finally i got a hold of somebody here in red bluff at this hotel."that hotel is another 45 minutes beyond even chico.but one 12-year-old is putting his boredom to good use."i've been helping people like with their dogs and stuff, taking them outside to get 'em, take them to go to the bathroom and taking them back up to their hotel."back in chico, the chico state men's soccer team stopped by
to help kids with cabin fever burn some energy.this man brought his guitar - and his dog hank - just to cheer up evacuees in the best way he knows how.volunteers didn't forget about the pets, either. "she's a mixture of chihuahua. i adopted her about a month ago."huge bags of dog food were among the piles of donations, and one of the fair buildings is being used as a kennel.while the salvation army churns out breakfast, lunch, and dinner for hundreds of people, the red cross says there have been only minor logisitical "the resources are really snapping into meet the needs."the red cross plans to keep the center running for as long as the county deems necessary. we are learning that there have long been concerns that the spillways at lake oroville could become a problem. the oroville damn was built back in the 1960's and more than a decade ago a motion was filed with the federal government requesting that those spillways get an upgrade. kron 4's charles clifford explains why those changes..did not happen. natsback in 2005, several groups, including the sierra club and the friends of the
river, filed a motion with the federal energy regulatory commission, or ferc, requesting that the oroville dam emergency spillway be upgraded. the authors of the motion noted that the hillside just below the lip of the spillway is unprotected soil and that water released over the spillway could do significant damage there. they worried that "the amount of soil, rock, and debris that would fall into the feather river could be very large, depending on the depth of erosion. there could be damages to downstream structures." they also worried that if the spillway itself wasn't improved, managers might eventually lose control of it.despite these concerns, neither the ferc, the army corp of engineers or the california department of water resources made any of the suggested upgrades among other reasons for not making the changes, officials pointed to federal regulations which allow emergency spillways to be built to lower standards. the federal guidelines for dam safety states that "emergency spillways may be used to obtain a high degree of hydrologic safety with minimal additional cost. because of their infrequent use, it is acceptable for them to sustain significant damage when used and they may be designed with lower structural standards than those used for auxiliary spillways."in a press conference on monday, california department of water resources acting director bill
croyle, who joined the department in 2007, said he was unaware of the concerns raised more than a decade ago. soti'm not aware of the findings or what that was based on so i can't respond to that. new at ten:we're taking an indepth look at bart -- and the headache the system can cause for riders. there is no question, bart is an invaluable service for bay area commuters... but one hiccup can lead to systemwide delays, and that can happen several times in one week. new at ten:we're taking an indepth look at bart -- and the headache the system can cause for riders. there is no question, bart is an invaluable service for bay area commuters... but one hiccup can lead to systemwide delays, and that can happen several times in one week.
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within 72 hours or face penalties the problem is some business are being bombarded with trash almost every day stanley roberts investigates . typically what they'll do is pull up with their pickup truck tie off to one of these posts with some string and just drive off they've got it set up where it takes them a second to unloadwilliam furr, runs a printing business in the hayward industrial park he is just one of many business owners that has to deal with stuff like this items illegally dumped all around the area and its everything from brake rotors to leather sofas on and keyboards . lots of keyboards also known as e-waste nats: ambiance according to some of the workers in the area the items basically appear overnight and it's been happening constantly ... and usually, if caught on camera the license plates are blurry this brings up the use of cameras. the city of
hayward actually has cameras posted which one might think is a detterent . but take a look at this behind the camera, funiture on next to the train tracks .and just out of range of the camera, even more, furniture and something else ... this know as a spotter truck it's used to move big rig trailers around inside a truck yard .. it was abandoned a few hundred feet from the camera nats: ambianceback over at mr furrs office he has tried to figure out who is doing the dumping typically i try to go through the stuff to see if i can find and address or thing like that most of the time i can't find anything the things he found. anything from clothing furniture you name its been out here . whe even had people dumping bags of marijuana and before you run over looking for free weed its gone .nats: ambiance many businesses are put cameras and chain fences to deter the illegal dumping on their property because they have to foot the bill for the cleanup but all that does is nove the dumping onto city streets . then you have to pay for it wheather you want to or not.in hayward stanley roberts kron 4 news
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