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(pam) tonight at ten: a west contra costa county school district employee -- is accused of molesting children. good evening i'm pam moore. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis in for steve aveson. he has been fired from his job..and tonight his bail has been set at 46 million dollars. this is the suspect... ruben gonzalez. police say his victims were all children who lived in his pinole home -- and were members of his family.(pam) new at ten: we are hearing from neighbors of the suspect.... kron 4's ella sogominian is live tonight in pinole with the disturbing story .. ella? pinole police say this could
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have been happening for more than a decade. tonight gonzales's neighbors are shocked by news he could have been molesting several children he shared a home with right next door to them. "you never think it's going to happen in your neighborhood." neighbors notcied heavy police activity thursday on their normally quiet pinole block. little did they know 60-year- old ruben gonzales who lived across the way was arrested and hauled off to county jail. he is accused of allegedly molesting children within his own family for more than a decade. " " neighbors say gonzales shared the pinole home with his wife and young children along with another couple and their kids.they're shocked by the accusations saying he was always really nice and helped out around the block.police aren't revealing the age or sex of the victims. " " gonzales is being held on
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a more than 46 million dollar bail.west contra costa county school district immediately fired and banned him the day after his arrest. " they say gonzales first began working with the school district at olinda elementary as a yard supervisor. that was between august and september of last year. he then went on to work as a late night substitute janitor throughout the district's schools. (pam) new and disturbing details ... in a murder case involving a (pam) new and disturbing
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details ... in a murder case involving a dismembered body found in san bruno. today, the man accused in the crime -- appeared in court.... investigators say, the victim was the suspect's 77- year-old friend and neighbor.... and it all started over a dispute involving a space heater. kron4's j-r stone is live tonight in san bruno -- j-r what else are we learning tonight? we now know the victim was 77 year old benjamin roybal who lived in this house behind me. 50 year old david stubblefield faced a judge for the first time on monday in connection with the murder of 77 year old benjamin roybal. sot it's very very sickening and the fact that i shook his hand ya know.sot i'm really glad that guy is locked upi hope he never sees daylight again. monday new chilling details in the case came to
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lightinvestigators believe there was a dispute over a space heater on march 11th alleging that stubblefield first tear gased roybal then shot him in the chest. roybal's dismembered body was found at stubblefields house on april 6th. sot the body had been cut up and efforts had been made to destroy it at least in part using chemicals. a lot of the remains were in buckets and other containers. prior to that, neighbors say stubblefield had put up a blue tarp in front of his car port. those who lived near the victim say they recently came across stubblefield at roybal's house going through roybal's posessions. sot this guy told me that he was in santa cruz taking care of a sick friend and that i'm going to be here for a while. he was driving his truck going into his house. putting things in the truck taking them away like ben used to do it.jose aguirre lives across the street from where roybal lived. he says during that conversation with the suspect, stubblefield told him he, not
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roybal, was dying of cancer and had just six months to live. aguirre says the whole situation is a bad one. sot knowing that he died like that is kinda sad but i'm glad he's in jail and hoping he doesn't come out. stubblefield does have a criminal history but officials would not say what that history includes. he'll be back in court later this month. live in san bruno, j.r. stone kron 4 news. (vicki) the man accused of shooting a mother in front of her two children, made his first court appearance in richmond today. this is video of 43-year-old lawyer mcbride arriving at the contra costa county superior court house. he is accused of shooting and killing his ex- girlfriend 29-year-old
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rashanda franklin last tuesday morning while she was driving her two sons to school. the shooting was captured on surveillance video. her father says his two grandsons are having a hard time coping with their mother's death. (sot) michael porter/rashanda franklin's father: "the boys, they are not doing well at all. they're having nightmares, waking up screaming at night talking about their mother, how she got killed. the 9-year-old, it has just traumatized him" (vicki) mcbride's bail has been set at 3-point-one million dollars. no plea entered today. the public defender asked for more time to review discovery documents in the case. the judge ordered his arraignment be held over...one week (pam) another big story tonight... it appears a domestic dispute ... is also what led to a deadly shooting at an elementary school in southern california. a husband opened fire, in a special needs classroom, where his wife was the teacher... killing her and
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hitting two students before turning the gun on himself. reporter tom wait takes us through a timeline of how this all played out. heart-wrenching and harrowing scenes as elementary kids are hurried to safety. the horrific scene unfolded police say the gunman is 53 year-old cedric anderson. his target was teacher is karen elaine smith who taught public education. police tell us anderson walked into her classroom with 15 students and started shooting. he hit and killed smith and also shot two kids standing behind her "cedric entered the classroom and from what we understand, without saying anything, armed with a large caliber revolver, opened fire on his wife there are two students in the classroom that were behind the teacher that were struck by gunfire. one of those students is identified as jonathan martinez. he is 8 years-old. he was taken to loma linda university medical center. tragically he has passed away." police say anderson was able to easily enter the school by simply telling staff in the front office he had something to drop off to his wife. because he was known to administr ators, he walked right in. police say they have
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no information right now that anderson posed a threat. "nothing that we have been made aware of in the investigation up to this point. i am told they were estranged." (pam) tonight -- the community gathered to pray for all those affected by today's shooting. a local church opened its doors for a vigil tonight. the incident spread panic across san bernardino which is still recovering emotionally.. from a terror attack just 15 - months ago. (vicki) new at ten: domestic violence in the spotlight... in the last week we have seen two high profile instances where it has turned deadly..(pam) we
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just told you about the mother killed in richmond -- and the san bernadino school shooting... in both cases the violence played out in front of children.(vicki) new tonight we are hearing from a domestic abuse expert about the warning signs.kron4's alecia reid is the newsroom.. with just how prevelant the problem has become.. alecia? satistics show one out of every 3 women in the world suffer from domestic abuse. more often than not, when it becomes deadly, experts say an abuser will make a threat before actually taking it out. pkgkate kain / center for domestic peace"generally when one of these abusers has told everyone they're gonna do it, the chances are really high they're gonna do it, whether they're separated, divorced, or together"two tragedies, a week from each other in front of children. kate kain from the center for domestic peace says kids that've witnessed such violence will have short and long term effects. those that live in a home riddled with rage will respond differently "physically, with chronic health problems, emotionally
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with learning disabilities, and on an emotional realm, even psychiatric problems can develop. and it can kinda go this way or that way. some kids get totally withdrawn and depressed with huge anxiety and silent. other kids go aggressive and delinquent and behavior disorder"children also get hurt in the crosshairs of a violent relationship."the greatest number of child deaths in the united states was being caught in the crossfire of domestic violence and being killed" abuse doesn't always start with violence. there may be control or jealousy issues initially. many victims that are being physically abused, don't always want to leave their abuser. the center for domestic peace and other d-v organizations across the bay area can help 5 different types of safety plans."if someone slaps you around, figure out how to fall and ball yourself up into the safest possible position and make your safety plan.kain says the person that's separated is at the highest risk for violent injury. and so once out of the home, it
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can become even more dangerous. crisis lines can help with a survival method. standupif you're not sure whether you're in an abusive relationship or not, call one of the hotlines in your area. there are people waiting with a list of questions to help you figure it out, and also if you're interested, they'll help you come up with an exit plan .reporting live in the newsroom. newsroom.in the reporting live plan .with an exit you come up they'll help interested, also if you're it out, and help you figure questions to with a list of people waiting your area. one of the relationship you're in an if you're not method. help with a more become even home, it can out of the and so once violent injury. risk for the highest separated is at person that's kain says the and make your the safest yourself up into figure out how to "if someone slaps of safety area can help 5 organizations domestic peace center for abuser. the to leave their always want abused, don't physically are being victims that are being physically abused, don't always want to leave their abuser. the domestic peace and other d-v organizations across the bay area can help 5 different types of safety plans.figure out how to yourself up into possible position safety plan. person that's separated is at the highest risk for violent injury. and so once out of the home, it can become even more dangerous. crisis lines can help with a survival method.
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standupif you're not sure whether you're in an abusive relationship or not, call one of the hotlines in your area. there are people waiting with a list of questions to help you figure it out, and also if you're interested, they'll help you come up they'll help interested, also if you're it out, and help you figure questions to people waiting there are your area. hotlines in one of the or not, call relationship abusive you're in an sure whether if you're not standupmethod. survival newsroom. a weak area of high pressure will break down this evening as the next round of systems approach from the west. look for increasing cloud cover and rain developing in north bay on tuesday then spreading southward on wednesday. (pam) coming up new at ten: a violent police takedown caught on camera... tonight, what officers say this 22-year-old woman did... before the camera started rolling. (vicki) then:the video going viral -- a man forcibly removed from an overbooked united flight... tonight -- we break down the rights you have as an airline passenger. (pam) and next:a man who police say, calls himself a "massage therapist" .. accused of sex assault. tonight --
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investigators fear there may be more victims.
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(pam)east palo alto police want to know.. if anyone else has been a victim of a man posing as a massage therapist. (vicki) officers arrested the suspect last weekon suspicion of sexual assault against his clients. kron four's spencer blake has the story. (spencer)"if this case turns out to be anything like one the police department saw a few years ago, then there are likely to be more victims
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involved."(pkg)on this block of illinois street in east palo alto, jose garcia plascencia operated a massage parlor out of his home.it was last month that police first got tipped off about what áelse was going on there."we had some victims come forward alleging that they went to a 'sobandero' - a masseuse, if you will - to get healed for minor ailments."those three women say garcia plascencia sexually assaulted them.that launched the official investigation."based on the information provided to us during the course of the investigation, we felt we had the probable cause to place the masseuse under arrest." he's been in the county jail since thursday.it's likely those women who accused him aren't alone.commander jeff liu says there was another massage therapist a while back who ended up in jail for similar crimesand the charges escalated after his arrest.
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"when we did the release on the previous case years ago, we ended up with dozens of victims who came forward after seeing that they weren't alone."on top of it all, it looks like garcia plascencia was a fake in the massage industry. "this person was not formally trained, had no business license, and had no permits to convert his garage into a treatment room."those facts could bring up other charges against him, but that will be up to the district attorney's office.the sexual assault allegationswould be felonies.in east palo alto, spencer blake, kron four news. (vicki) happening now. the search continues for a missing san jose state university student. 23-year-old kevin redrico was last seen near the benicia bridge thursday morning. he left his home in vallejo that morning and was last seen getting out of his 20-14 red honda accord in benicia. police have searched by helicopter and boat. and volunteers have been combing the area on foot. (vicki) police say they've located the suspect who sent ransom messages to the family of a missing yuba city college student. but they've determined that the suspect was not involved in the disappearance of alycia yeoman.
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the 20-year-old went missing in yuba city, north of sacramento last thursday. alycia's truck was found near a levee the night she went missing. investigators later found her cell phone and one set of footprints leading away from her truck. authorities are offering a five-thousand dollar reward for information in the case. "well if we have information that leads to that type of search we will go conduct the search but right now the area we had of interest we've already searched so right now it based on following leads and tips" yeoman is described as 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighing about 115 pounds and has brownish-blond hair. (pam) the identity of the fourth person who died in an oakland building fire last month... has been released. investigators had to track down his father in nigeria. the alameda county coroner's office says... 36-year-old olatunde ade-jum-obi... died in the fire... he is the last of the four victims to be identified. a burning
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candle started the fire in the three- story half way housefor recovering addicts and people who had been homeless. ade-jum-obi, who died from smoke inhalation, was identified by a fingerprint. the fire occurred three days after city building inspectors found multiple fire code violations there. (vicki) this is a live look outside at san francisco. we are tracking more rain on the way.(pam) chief meteorologist brittney shipp has what we need to know. a weak area of high pressure will break down this evening as the next round of systems approach from the west. look for increasing cloud cover and rain developing in north bay on tuesday then spreading southward on wednesday.
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(vicki) a lot of people around san francisco tonight wearing orange and black.... and that only means one thing... giants baseball is back. and it was great day for the giants... they were victorious in their home opener at a-t&t park. they took down the arizona diamondbacks with a final score of four to one. it was a sea of orange and black as thousands of giants fans showed their pride for the home squad. and even though it isn't an even year.... many giants fans say...they can see a world series appearance in the horizon.
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the opening day excitement came to a screeching halt the moment catcher buster posey went down. posey walked off the field on his own power, but he did not return. kron4 sports director gary radnich will have an update in sports.
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video of an arrest in fort collins, colorado, went viral over the weekend.it shows a 22- year old college student.... being thrown to the ground by an officer, before being arrested on assault charges. colorado state university student michaella surat.... was violently thrown to the ground following an altercation with an officer outside a nightclub. surat was celebrating her birthday. police say, she tried to hit an officer after that officer tried to separate her boyfriend from a fight. police say, the technique used to take surat down ... was standard arrest control. she was taken to jail, facing charges of third degree assault, and obstructing a peace officer. (vicki/3 mon vo) repairs are underway to five new homes that were vandalized over the weekend on rosemar court in san jose. damage to kitchen cabinets, doors, windows and flooring is estimated at some $50-thousand dollars. police are hunting for what neighbors described as two car loads of young people who threw rocks at windows, knocked down signs and then kicked in the doors.
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a realtor expects most of the damage will be repaired in time foran open house next weekend. police released no information about any possible suspects...but the contractor says that going forward there will be security on site around the clock. (pam) coming up:the hunt intensifying for a man who stole a large amount of guns ... and sent a frightening manifesto to president trump. (vicki) then -- a lot of people think uber is a great way to around..but -- there is one place officials and the company are urging you ánotá to use the ride sharing service to go. (pam) and next:a man forcibly removed from a united flight -- beacuse it was overbooked. tonight -- we hearing from a passenger who was on that plane.
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police. now this video is going viral -- and the backlash against the airline is growing.(pam) tonight united is apologizing -- and a police officer has been placed on leave.(vicki) it all started because an overbooked flight.. that was set to fly from chicago to kentucky. first the airline asked for volunteers to get off the flight... in exchange for money. when that didn't work... the airline went a step further. united passengers were horrified sunday night as they saw three chicago airport police officers board a plane and yank a man from his seat after the flight was overbooked.the man's head hit the arm rest and blood flowed from his mouth as he was pulled down the aisle. witnesses say the flight crew was trying to free up seats for united airlines employees jayse anspach/ united airlines passenger: "one of the attendants came up to the front of the plane, let us know that four personnel needed to be in louisville that night because they had to work the next day, so they needed to make room. asked for four volunteers and there was no volunteers, so they basically said 'we're not
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leaving until there are four seats open for these personnel.'"the airline didn't get any volunteers, so its computers picked which passenger to kick off. families and unaccompanied minors were given priority to keep their seats. "one of the attendants left. she came back with four slips with the seat number and name and started going to those seats and, basically, telling them 'we chose you, you've got to get off the plane.'"--butt with--"they approached this doctor. told him to get off the plane. and he refused because he had work the next day -- he's a medical doctor here in louisville." "so after they dragged him off, i mean he was bleeding from - he hit his face when they initially dragged him off, as you guys saw - and it was 10 minutes later, he just comes running back in, and
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runs to the back, his face is bloody, and just clings to the post in the back and just saying i need to go home, i want to go home, and it wasn't until 30-45 seconds later until authorities followed him." (vicki)the man was then taken off the plane for a second time. backlash has ben so fierce that the airline's ceo responded on twitter saying:"i apologize for having to reaccommodate these customers. our team is moving with a sense of urgency to work with the authorities and conduct our own detailed review of what happened." (pam) our team coverage continues...this incident on united airlines is raising a lot of questions about what rights passengers have on a plane. to get some perspective -- kron 4"s charles cliffford spoke with an aviation and travel expert. (vicki) new at 10.(vicki) (vicki) new at 10. santa
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clara county sherrifs arrest a man they say was caught peeping at a popular hospital. officer say feraja ali was arrested at valley medical center this evening. located on south bascom avenue in san jose. it's currently unclear who or what ali was peeping at. the 25-year- old suspect is in custody. being held on a $5 thousand dollar bail. (pam) in fremont -- we
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are learning more about a deadly police shooting. it happened sunday night in an alley behind a walgreens store on decoto road. the incident began just before midnight at the 7-11 across the street. officers say the man was armed and left a traffic stop. police say they chased a suspect to the walgreens and demanded that he come out of the alley. when the man wouldn't come out -- officers shot and killed him. the man's identity has not yet been publicly released. (vicki) federal authorities are joining the manhunt for joseph jakubowski... the man who sent an anti-government manifesto to president trump last week. jakubowski is suspected of stealing several high-powered weapons from a gun store. authorities say his car was found on fire shortly after the robbery... and say there was evidence of arson. police also believe jakubowski is in possession of helmet and bulletproof vest. local authorities say the f-b-i, a-t-f and secret service have sent reinforcements for what is now a national investigation.
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(pam) another big story tonight.the trump adminstration facing some of its most complicated challenges yet abroad.(vicki) after thursday night's missile attack in syria and now a bold move on north korea ... the big question now is 'what's next'. (pam) reporter stacey cohan with our partners at c-n-n has an update from washington. the trump administration offering tough talk...sean spicer/white house press secy: "we hold open possibility of more future action."and sending strong messages to the syrian government.with a missle strike on a syrian air base last week - in response to what the white house says was a chemical attack by the syrian government on it's own civilians.but the ástrategyá still isn't clear. the administration's top diplomats sending mixed messages.... secretary of state rex tillerson -- emphasizing that america's first priority is the fight against isis - ánotá toppling assad rex tillerson/secretary of state: "it is through that political process that we believe the
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syrian people will ultimately be able to decide the fate of bashar al assad.even as u-s ambassador to the u-n, nikki haley insists that regime change is a top concern.nikki haley/ambassador to the united nations: "there's not any sort of option where a political solution is going to happen with assad at the head of the regime." white house press secretary saying the strategy is two-fold -- starting with defeating isis and creating a political environment for a change in leadership.sean spicer/white house press secy: "i can't imagine a stable and peaceful syria where bashar al-assad is in power." meanwhile.. the u-s is sending another message abroad -- this one to north korea's leader, kim jong-un.the pentagon deploying a navy strike group to the korean peninsula... admid escalating tensions over pyongyang's nuclear programlt. gen. h.r. mcmaster/national security adviser: "this is a rogue regime that is now a nuclear capable regime" military moves setting the table -- as secretary of state rex tillerson arrives at the g-7 summitt meeting in italy... and a day before he heads to moscow to meet with top russian officials. in washington, i'm stacey cohan. (pam) the u.s. supreme court has nine justices, once more. neil gorsuch was sworn in today. the
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constitutional oath... ending the 14-month vacancy left by the unexpected death of antonin scalia last february. it was a private ceremony attended by the current justices... followed by a public gathering at the white house. gorsuch has a judicial philosophy very similar to that of scalia. that means, he is expected to vote most often with the court's conservative justices. his swearing in today will restore the conservative majority. gary radnich"coming up a little bit after in this broadcast... it's opening day... how did the giants do?...you know by now... but the deal on posey..., we'll update... buster got boinked in the head... also the golden state warriors highlights are coming as well... busy time to be a sports fan here in the bay area... later in this broadcast." coming up it's the giants home opener against the diamond backs ..i thought it was the mets, i've been driving for four days and i got lost on the gw bridge, i don't know
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what's going on. i'll share with you more of the shenanigans in the next edition of people behaving badly
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((mark))apple is getting ready to open its new $5 billion campus. there's more parking space than office space?((rob)) apple employees are moving in to its new headquarters in cupertino starting this month. the company was very secretive, told nobody anything.the campus is striking. it will house about 14,000 employees. it has a massive circular angle to it. it's going to be covered in trees eventually. they've build more square footage for
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parking than for employees. apple has done a lot to mitigate the effects of the visual parking lot. they're doing a lot of underground parking, 1/4 mile away from the campus because they don't want the ugly aesthetic. the campus is going to have a lot of free bikes, shuttles, it's going to have a transit facility as well.((mark))ok, u.s. college debt. we've been hearing a lot about how much debt students are taking on these days. are you concerned this is a bubble that could burst?((rob))it's gone up 170% in 10 years. a lot of little side effects. we've swapped the housing bubble for the college debt bubble. this one has the ability to be a headwind to economic activity. right now there are 8 million borrowers who are in default. 44 million people have student debt. the average debt is about $34,000. college expense rising hurts. the gop lobbied a few years ago to get states to cut down on funding, and then you get public universities spending more than 50% of their budgets on recruiting. that's crazy. ((mark))post your questions on
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there is a growing trend of people using "uber" or "lyft", instead of calling an ambulance.(vicki) health officials are saying that's not a good idea. craig herrera explains why you should call 9-1-1 not a ride-share. natsot ambulance having a medical emergency?dial 9-1-1, or call a ride share?celianne aquino, ride share passenger: "if it's fast enough, yeah, but i would rather get someone right away"there's a growing trend, some people are turning to ride share apps to get to the emergency room. patrick damata, ride share driver:"i don't know - if it'll save a life, yeah" some riders think its better because they can pick the hospital. but emergency medical experts say it could backfire because hospitals don't all provide the same kind of care.dr. marc eckstein, medical director, los angeles fire:"if you go to the wrong hospital because of self transport or uber or lift - that hospital will then call 911"and you'd l likely be put in an ambulance anyway and taken to another hospital that
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can help your specific medical needs. dr. marc eckstein, medical director, los angeles fire:"and that difference of 30 minutes or more could mean the difference between life and death." some riders say the issue is money.craig herrera, reporting:"and the average cost in an ambulance can run you anywhere from a few couple hundred bucks up to 17-hundred dollars, and that could all go up or down depending on your insurance." uber issued this statement. "we're grateful our service has helped people get to where they're going when they need it most. however it's important to note that uber is not a substitute for law enforcement or medical professionals. in the event of any medical emergency, we encourage people to call 9-1-1" bottom line, if it's a life or death situation, always dial 9-1-1.dr. marc eckstein, medical director, los angeles fire:"because not and paramedics trained to stabilize and resuscitate them on scene, they also know what hospital to transport them to." (pam) that was craig herrera reporting.though the exact numbers are not available -- many uber and lyft drivers have shared stories online.... saying they've picked up injured passengers... some even with
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broken bones. (vicki) take a look at this... a man jumped into a freezing pond to save his dog who fell through the ice. it happened at a dog park in alberta, canada. you can see the man running into the icy pond with no hesitation... as his dog struggles to keep his head above the water. the ice breaks under his weight but the man is able to get to his dog and boost him out of the water. while trying to make his way back to land... the man breaks through the thin ice once again and plummeting into the freezing water. the two eventually make it back to dry land. the camera crew was there by sheer coincidence... working on a story about the dangers of thin ice. a weak area of high pressure will break down this evening as the next round of systems approach from the west. look for increasing cloud cover and rain developing in north bay on tuesday then spreading southward on wednesday. no klay thompson tonight for
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the warriors as they took on the utah jazzkevin durant and steph curry playing together for the first time in 5 weeks 2nd quartercurry burys the 3-pointer warriors led 51-49 at the half(curry: game-high 28 points, 6-of-8 on 3's)3rd quarterdurant the crossover and explosion to the rim off that previously injured knee for the dunk jazz up 2 points (durant: 16 points, 10 reb but 0-of-5 from 3)4th quarter curry taking the rest of the night off durant didn't play the final 7 = minutesjazz up 96-91james michael- mcadoo corner 3-pointer cuts it to 2 96-94 jazzbut joe johnson with
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no klay thompson tonight for the warriors as they took on the utah jazzkevin durant and steph curry playing together for the first time in 5 weeks 2nd quartercurry burys the 3-pointer warriors led 51-49 at the half(curry: game-high 28 points, 6-of-8 on 3's)3rd quarterdurant the crossover and explosion to the rim off that previously injured knee for the dunk jazz up 2 points (durant: 16 points, 10 reb but 0-of-5 from 3)4th quarter curry taking the rest of the night off durant didn't play the final 7 = minutesjazz up 96-91james michael- mcadoo corner 3-pointer cuts it to 2 96-94 jazzbut joe johnson with the dagger 3-pointer with a little less than 1 = minutes left 101-94 jazz(johnson: 19 points, 5-of-7 on 3's)final: 105-99 jazzwarriors 14-game win streak ends they finish
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the regular season wednesday hosting the giants home openerwillie mays the greatest giant ever waves to the crowdbottom 1st bad news for the giantsbuster posey hit in the helmet by a 94-mile-per-hour taijuan walker fastball posey stayed down briefly and finally left the game did not have to go to the hospital doesn't look serious but will be reevaluated tomorowbottom 4th/ bases loadedthe pitcher matt moore hits a weak chopper down the 1st walker fields it but throws it away at home brandon crawford scores joe panik scores the catcher jeff mathis throws it away jarrett parker scores all the way from
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first ruled a fielder's choice and two errors the giants call then "runs thrown in" 3-0 giantsmatt moore getting some help top 6th 3-1 giantsbrandon crawford barehands chris owings grounder and guns him out at first on a great play(moore: 8 ip, 3 hits, 1 run, 5 k's) bottom 9th/ 4-1 giantsmark melancon gets the fly out to end the game and earn his 2nd save in two gamesfinal: 4-1 giants (3-5)game 2 of the series tomorrow nighthere's bruce bochy on posey's condition...(sot bochy) bruce bochy"we'll reevaluate him tomorrow... so... sometimes you just gotta give these things time but he's doing good... he's doing find and we'll keep an eye on him." the a's getting back to .500 in kansas citykhris davis he's just picking right up from last year's 42 home run season hits his 4th of the season here tied for the major league lead 2-0 a'sand that's all they neededjharel cotton was great givig up no runs on two hits over 7 innings striking out 6 batters
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bottom 9th/ winning run at the plate for k.c.sean doolittle back doing his thing strikes out former teammate brandon moss to end the game his 1st save of the seasonfinal: 2-0 a's (4-4) back to the warriors warriors the "lucky toaster"... is no more on march 13 klay thompson received a warriors-themed toaster from a fan who asked him to sign it thompson obliged signing the toaster and giving it back to the fan ever since that day the warriors had not lost until tonght when their 14-game win streak was snapped the internet was alive with references to klay thompson's lucky toaster you're going to be hanging out in here. so if you need anything, text me. do you play? ♪ ♪
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use the chase mobile app to send money in just a tap, to friends at more banks then ever before. you got next? chase. helping you master what's now and what's next. (pam) the san
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franciso giants home opener, where hotdogs, peanuts, cracker jack's are all a part
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of the fun.(vicki) and apparently a touch of people behaving badly... can make for a very entertaining segment... hey i got that game day program, ah yes, it's giants home openers against the arizona diamondbacks .. umm i said the arizona diamondbacks i thought it was the mets, i've been driving for four days and i got lost on the gw bridge, where da mets? i don't know what's going on ahhhh, this guy's just being a jerk know i know thank you! you know there are a lot of yes watching the home opener .. (hint muni ) maybe just maybe a new sign is in order .. just saying all of 24 willie mays plaza is a no stopping zone . no stopping is different from no parking.. no stopping means even if you are inside you car you must keep moving so uber and lyft and limos you need to find a legal drop off zone and not block traffic once you exit the car you are now parked . nats: ambiance the scalpers were out in force,
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latino special latino special but apparently, it was a hard sell but why? whenever the giants start on the road and they have trouble winning and they come back the fans arent that excitedfair enough folks att&t has adopted a new policy this year there will ne no re- reentering after game time .. so if you are a smoker .. you can no longer leave to get your smoke on .could that create more people behaving badly? they should let the people go in and out to smoke, now people are going to be smoking in the bathrooms stuff like that that not fair to the people that don't smoke it happens at the warriors games and just to be clear, you can expedite your wait in line .. but trying to fill out the form a little tipsy can, in fact, slow down the process important to note it's probably not a good idea to ride your bike on the sidewalk and against traffic while recording video so yes it is ok to have fun .. but it's not ok to behave badly the best part of the game id infact the giants pride . and it is strong .. hella strong!
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i got my seatbelt on . what's up stanley well, hopefully, some people are taking public transportation where no seatbelts are required ..in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 ((pam)) making headlines at this hour.. a school janitor, accused of molesting children over the course of 15 years. i'm pam moore. ((vicki)) and i'm vicki liviakis. at this point police do not believe any of the victims were students. ruben gonzalez is being held at martinez detention facility. . police say his victims were all children who lived in his pinole home -- and were members of his family.((pam)) kron 4's ella sogomonian has reaction from neighbors and the school
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district. "you never think it's going to happen in your neighborhood." neighbors notcied heavy police activity thursday on their normally quiet pinole block. little did they know 60-year- old ruben gonzales who lived across the way was arrested and hauled off to county jail. he is accused of allegedly molesting children within his own family for more than a decade. "oh wow, yeah. it took me by surprise. everybody." neighbors say gonzales shared the pinole home with his wife and young children along with another couple and their kids. they're shocked by the accusations saying he was always really nice and helped out around the block.police aren't revealing the age or sex of the victims."he doesn't look like a weird guy. he looks like a really decent guy. a hard working guy." gonzales is being held on a more than 46 million dollar
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bail.west contra costa county school district immediately fired and banned him the day after his arrest. "(marcus walton/west contra costa county school district): "we are not sure the number of schools he worked at right now. we are still investigating that but he would have gone to a variety of schools."they say gonzales first began working with the school district at olinda elementary as a yard supervisor. that was between august and september of last year. he then went on to work as a late night substitute janitor throughout the district's schools. but encourage anyone who may have somehow had innapropriate contact with gonzales to let them and the police know about it. in pinole ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (pam) new at eleven: police are asking for the public's help in locating a missing fremont teenager. 15-year-old kailen glasper has been missing for nearly a week. she was last seen on mowry avenue near argonaut way

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