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drayton/oakland fire department: "at this point no it is a vegetation fire only. there were no evacuation orders early on and there are none now and we are not advising any shelter in place. the only advisory is traffic is stopped in both direction on grizzly peak. it will be super helpful for people to stay out of our way so we can get our resources in and out"> these goats have grazing on the dry brush on grizzly peak near the fire but far enough away to be out of danger fire investigators say at this point the cause of the fire in remians under investigation...l ive in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news
(grant) the warm weather and wind - certainly not helping fire fighters who are working to contain this fire. (vicki) let's bring in chief meteorologist britney shipp... with a look at the conditions in the east bay hills. brit? strong high pressure over the region will maintain well above average temperatures across the interior through late week. very warm to hot daytime temperatures are expected inland and across the higher elevations with minimal cooling overnight increasing the risk of heat related illnesses through at least thursday. temperatures in coastal areas
are expected to remain cooler as a result of the marine influence. (grant) our coverage of this fire continues online. we'll be posting updates on our (grant) our coverage of this fire continues online. we'll be posting updates on our website kron four dot com. and - don't forget to download the kron four mobile app to get push alerts sent directly to your phone. (vicki) happening in san jose... an art teacher is behind bars in connection to making child pornography. (vicki) police say el verde nguyen who is an art
teacher at enlightenment studio placed a camera inside one of the bathrooms. police say nguyen was also in possession of a inapropriate image of a 10-year-old. san jose police was first alerted about this crime on july 30. since then enlightenment studio has been closed issuing a statement to parents. (vicki) the studio says quote... we regret to inform you that the studio will be closed temporarily throughout the duration of the investigation. the safety of our students is our priority.(vicki) authorities say nguyen was arrested and booked into the santa clara county jail. (grant) two yuba county sheriff's deputies are in fair condition tonight...after a shootout near a marijuana farm just north of sacramento. the yuba county sheriff's department says the two deputies were shot yesterday... after confronting a man who was stealing pot plants. the deputies chased the suspect into a house ...where there was a shootout. a swat team later found the suspect dead.
authorites have not identified the suspect. the deputies were airlifted to a hospital...they are expected to fully recover. (grant) we are learning new details tonight - about that near collision at s-f-o last month.. that's when an air canada plane almost landed on a crowded taxiway....insetad of the runway where it was supposed to touch down. new images show just how close that jet - came to crashing into other planes. as the plane made its way towards the taxiway - áinsteadá of the runway... the plane flew as low as 59 feet above the ground. that's about the size of a six story building... and barely taller than the four planes that were on that taxiway waiting to take off.
pilots in one of the planes alerted air traffic controllers...saying the air canada plane appeared to be headed right towards them. the crew of another plane switched on its landing lights in an apparent last-ditch effort to get the attention of the air canada pilot. the tower told the incoming jet to go around...and at the last second...the air canada pilot pulled up and flew over the other planes just in time. (vicki) new at 5... authorities will not charge a 17-year-old boy who jumped out of an airplane after pushing an emergency exit door at s-f-o yesterday.(vicki) these are images from the copa airlines flight that arrived from panama city. an s-f-o spokesperson says the boy opened the emergency door and slid down the wing. airfield construction crews held the boy until police arrived. several witnesses say the boy appeared to be in an emotional distress and anxious. police say he
was taken to a hospital for mental health treatment. (grant) san francisco's market street is readying for a major makeover kron 4's dan kerman is there to tell us what it will look like and who it will impact market street makeover 080217 5pkganyone who has been on market street knows it's coordinated chaos as a mix of buses, trolleys, taxi's, bikes, ubers, lifts, delivery
trucks, personal vehicles and pedestrians make their way back and forth but down the road city officials hope it will look more like thissot mohammed nuru/sf public works director 18-26the plans call for taking all personal vehicle like this as well as uber and lyft off of market all together delivery vehicles would have restricted hours the new market street would look like this rapid express buses and the f line going down the middle two lanes local buses and taxis using the out lanes and bicycles moving to the sidewalk which will extend over wear the bike lane is now only sotthose who bike down market like the ideasotas for uber and lyft driver those we spoke to, don't think it will be a big dealsot124/around the corner they're not going to come in and just immediately got and collect welfare. that corner124/around the sotdealit will be a big to, don't think those we spoke and lyft driver as for uber sotas for uber and
lyft driver those we spoke to, don't think it will be a big dealsot124/around the corner they're not going to come in and just immediately got and collect welfare. that doesn't happen under the raise act. they can't do that.( vicki ) president trump endorsing a move that would slam the door on hundreds of thousands of legal immigrants coming to the u=s to find work.the president called it a fulfillment of a campaign promise ... and the most significant immigration reform in half a century.(
grant )but right now, the idea is not getting much support in congress.catherine heenan is here to tell us about the bill and what it would do. (catherine) the president has pivoted from talking about illegal immigrants - to targeting 'legal' immigrants.each year the u=s issues one million green cards, allowing foreigners to live and work in this country. the president says american workers are suffering. "it has not been fair to our people, to our citizens, to our workers."the president threw his support behind a bill by republican senators tom cotton of arkansas and david perdue of georgia to upend current policy. "it's over a half century old. it is an obsolete disaster and it's time for it to change."their bill would cut the flow of illegal immigrants by half... (sfx)end the preference for family members(sfx)replace that with a merit=based system favoring english-speakers and people with college degrees. (sfx)it would eliminate the
visa lottery for areas in the world like africa that traditionally do not have as many immigrants to the united states. (sfx)and cap refugee levels at 50,000 per year. "what we do is focus on bringing in people that can help protect american workers and grow the economy"the proposed legislation faces almost certain defeat in the senate, "we think it's a non-starter."the president may be more interested in winning back the base voters who elected him "as a candidate, i campaigned on a merit-based immigration system that protects u.s. workers and taxpayers and that is why we are here today. merit based."a new poll finds fewer and fewer americans finding much merit in president trump's handling of immigration.only 38 percent say he's doing a good job on that issue.the quinnipiac poll also found 62 percent believe he is not honestand 63 percent say he lacks leadership skills.
winter along coyote creek. but now comes a new independent analysis of what went wrong. kron four's rob fladeboe is live to tell us what it found. rob? (rob live) i'm here at william street park which was under water back on february 21st. the new report concludes the city's initial response was inadequate and makes some recommendations about how to to be better prepared next time.
strong high pressure over the region will maintain well above average temperatures across the interior through late week. very warm to hot daytime temperatures are expected inland and across the higher elevations with minimal cooling overnight increasing the risk of heat related illnesses through at least thursday. temperatures in coastal areas are expected to remain cooler as a result of the marine influence.
bay are seeing a spike in car thefts... however, thieves are now targeting a specific vehicle. kron four's terisa estacio reports. terisa estacio, reporting, newark. it was early in the morning - when the owner of a honda civic came out here to the parking lot at the newpark mall and realized it had been stolen. (reporting) actually, take a look at this map - in less then 24 hours tuesday, four honda civics were reported stolen in newark. in fact, in the last few months, there has been 12 civics in total reported stolen in newark alone. captain chomnan loth, newark police dept. they are a popular car to steal.and add this to the equation - in neighboring fremont they had a 45 percent spike in auto thefts in june. and year to date, the alameda county regional auto task force revealed to kron four - that the civic is the number one car stolen with 78 stolen so far this year, and that is
a 2 percent increase. loth. what do they do with the cars? captain loth also explains that civics tend to top lists because they are easy to steal. loth. they have a key that is easy to use again and again. just a few weeks ago, the national insurance crime bureau reported that there were 49, 547 civics stolen last year, the second most popuarl with accords ranking number one. loth. q. anything anyone can do? get an after market theft protection, it can help. loth says they are going over surveillance cameras from the recent locations where the civics were taken, including here at newpark mall. and there is this fact. loth. do you ever get them back? sometimes. in newark, terisa estacio kron four news.
(vicki) in a story you will only see on kron four... they are supposed to be the eye in the sky. cameras installed along a busy freeway in the east bay... are supposed to catch crimals in the act. however - kron four has uncovered that these cameras are going unused. we'll tell you why - after the break. (grant) and breaking news in the east bay hills... we take you live to a
are threatened at this time... however, fire officials are asking some people to shelter in place.(grant) the fire is burning in the vicinity of grizzly peak boulevard... and south park drive. kron four's jr stone is on the scene of this fire - where fire officials just gave an update. jr, what can you tell us?
marine influence. result of the cooler as a remain expected to coastal areas are temperatures in thursday. through at least related illnesses risk of heat increasing the cooling overnight with minimal higher elevations and across the expected inland temperatures are daytime warm to hot week. very late interior through across the temperatures average well above maintain region will pressure over the strong high brittney shipp.
you tell us? jr, what can update. jr, what can you tell us? strong high pressure over the region will maintain well above average temperatures across the interior through late week. very warm to hot daytime temperatures are expected inland and across the higher elevations with minimal cooling overnight increasing the risk of heat related illnesses through at least thursday. temperatures in coastal areas are expected to remain cooler as a result of the marine influence.
(grant) the contra costa office of the chp is taking new steps to educate its officers about an investigative tool that has, up uptil now, been under utilized. (vicki) kron4's maureen kelly is bringing the issue to light after looking into complaint of a viewer who felt that the investigation into her report about a road rage incident wasn't thorough enough. it's a story you will only see on kron four. it wasn't the crime of the
centurybut this broken car mirror ended up revealing a sizable gap in communication at the contra costa chp office. we apologize and we assure you we don't wanted to happen again and will take every effort to prevent it from happening again last week this antioch resident, who wants to remain anonymous called chp because a motorcycle rider punched out her mirror while she was driving thru pittsburg. because she had seen reports on kron4 about the camera system set up on that stretch of roadway she asked the chp officer who responded to her call about looking at the footage to try and catch the culpriut in her case. she was frustrated by his response.he said basically the cameras that are installed our plate readers only so will flag it if a car stolen and that's the only pointit turned out it wasn't just the one officer who didn't know about the fact that the pittsburg pd installed cameras that record video as well as liscence plate readers along highway just over a year ago..even this lieutenant had no idea until he reached out to pittsburg pd after seeing our story.the video footage that is it that is associated with
that was just kind of overlooked and not really focused on for our investigations but that's gonna be correctedhe says they will spread the word about the camera to all their officers thru normal channels.the lieutant says he will personally follow up with the officer investigating the case we highlighted in our report to make sure all of the investigative tools at their disposal are utilized. maureen kelly kron4 news. (vicki) still ahead... former fbi director james comey says he plans to write a book... find out when you can expect to see it on store shelves.
(grant) one person was killed and seven others hurt after a natural gas explosion shook a private school in minneapolis... police say contractors doing work there ruptured a gas line, causing the explosion. the blast caused part of a building to collapse. family members say ruth berg, a business office assistant at the school, was killed. one person is still missing - all students are accounted for. (vicki) the last of the 12 inmates who escaped from an alabama jail over the weekend has been captured. 24-year old brady kilpatrick was taken down by a law enforcement team last night. the martin county sheriff says three other people at the home were also arrested, including kilpatrick's sister, her fiance and a friend of the
fiance. they are facing aiding and abetting charges. on sunday, police say the inmates took advantage of a new guard by using peanut butter to conceal an exit door number. when the inmates called for the guard to open the door and let them in a cell... the guard inadvertently opened the exit door allowing the inmates to escape. the first eleven inmates were captured within 12-hours of the escape. (vicki) still ahead - beating the heat. we'll show you how some people in the east bay are keeping cool during these hot temps. (brittney) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
firefighters on the scene trying to contain the blaze. as we learned in the past half hour... 10- acres have burned so far.. and it is only 10- percent contained. some roads in the area are closed as crews work in the area. no homes are threatened at this time... but as the fire officials noted, fire in this area brings back memories of the oakland hills fire of 1991. and so, they have put more crews on the scene than normal .. to deal with fire of this size .( pam ) we will have more on this developing story... and we have new details about the shooting of the deputies in yuba county. what we have learned about the shooter himself. those stories and more coming up tonight at six... now, let's get back to the news at five. (vicki) flatiron books announced today - it will publish former f-b-i director james comey's book in spring
2018. in a statement... flatiron teases that comey will share "yet-unheard anecdotes" from his career in public service in the yet- untitled book. it says comey will "explore what good, ethical leadership looks like and how it drives sound decisions." the book will also have examples from "some of the highest-stakes situations in the past two decades of american government." appointed by president obama, comey served as f-b-i director from 2013 to 2017. president trump fired him in may. (vicki) nearly 275- thousand glittery i-phone cases are being recalled. chinese-based company mixbin electronics sold these cases globally - online and in stores. they contain an unidentified liquid. the manufacturer says if the cases crack or break - that liquid can spill. there are 24 reports of chemical burns or skin irritation from that liquid. customers are urged to stop using the cases immediately and request a refund from the company.
(grant) walnut creek police are trying to track down the owner of a dog left in a hot car. the young schipperke (skip-per-key) was found dehyrated sitting in the back of a car parked in the burger king parking lot on north main street. at around five o'clock last night... witnesses called 9-1-1... officers responded and were able to force the window down far enough to get the dog out. she was given water and taken to a vet. investigators say it was 96-degrees outside when the puppy was rescued. lt. sean conley/wcpd- "it's a small area, there's not a lot of ventilation. i mean, it could be close to, over 120 degrees in the car, uh, maybe more."(grant) police say this was one of a half dozen calls it received yesterday about pets left in hot cars. in this case, police say they know who the owner is, and that that person has been accused of leaving his dog in the car multiple times. police say he could face a misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty. (grant) the worst is over...yesterday and today
were the hottest days of the week. 100 degress in parts of the east bay. kron four's will tran shows us how people in walnut creek are staying cool. sometimes the only way to beat the heat is to completely avoid it.at sweet affair bakery and care in walnut creek.. employees were told to come to work at 10 last night.. instead of 2 in the morning(reporter-so he came to work four hours earlier to try and beat the heat and he's still sweating)(lorenzo page/sweet affair bakery-still sweating, can't beat it. you got the ovens going. two of them. about 300, 400 degrees. there's no way you can beat it) the early start helps them finish before the sun really starts to cook.in the kitchen ... there is no air conditioning.. .they say it's not good for their baking process.. the temperature is near 100 degrees at that's at 5 in the morning!!(reporter-so i'm pointing at the ceiling and look at this guys, 99.6 degrees and they swear this is accurate. does it feel 99.6?) (lorenzo page/sweet affair bakery- no. feels like 110) from the bakery to the pool... where many people were also trying to beat the heat at the clark memorial swim center. coach mike heaney says don't be fooled.just because you're
in the water in afternoon.. .doesn't mean you're safe. (mike heaney/swimming coach-even in the water, the water is about an 80 to 85 degree environment and you're in heat. even though you're in water, you just don't feel yourself sweating as much and there's a danger of not recognizing dehydration)across the parking lot at heather farms.. parents got up early as well... before the sun was beating down on them.(laura walton/parent-get her wiggles out. get it done. she loves the playground so you got to do it sometime during the day) the sun will do what it wants if there's one thing all these people have in common... it's their jobs to make the adjustments.in walnut creek will tran kron 4 news (anchor) time now to check on our weather...
with chief meterologist brittney shipp. strong high pressure over the region will maintain well above average temperatures across the interior through late week. very warm to hot daytime temperatures are expected inland and across the higher elevations with minimal cooling overnight increasing the risk of heat related illnesses through at least thursday. temperatures in coastal areas are expected to remain cooler as a result of the marine influence.
(grant) if you are a fan of ice cream... then you are going to be a huge fan of san francisco's newest attraction. (vicki) the insanely popular and instagram-friendly museum of ice cream is coming to the city.(vicki) representatives told k-r-o-n-4 news that the pop-up exhibition will be making it's way to grant avenue at o'farrell street in union square... set to open by
with rock star appeal may be singing for its supper in texas. the baby bovine -- bearing a striking resemblance to kiss frontman gene simmons. victoria maranan reports. heather taccetta, genie's caretaker: "we didn't expect to see her. her mom's an old cow and hadn't had a cow in three years, so we didn't expect it at all."heather taccetta walked in on a bundle of bovine joy friday.heather taccetta: "she's spunky. she has a lot of energy, she kicks and pitches and runs and annoys the adults".and, from the moment the calf came into the world, there was something special about this one.heather taccetta: "she's one of the first calves we've had born with a face like this."but not just any face. standup: "while celebrating the birth of a new calf, caretakers noticed the familiar, yet famous markings." heather taccetta: "she has a face that resembles gene simmons, which is an added little treat."...with the pipes to match.drew taylor, the the hill country visitor: "'oh my gosh it looks like gene simmons!.'"the hill country visitor's drew taylor knew he had to share the news. within hours, it spread across the world of social media.drew taylor, the the hill country visitor: "i said, 'guys, i don't know if you've realized but this has kind of gone global.'"even the kiss icon joined in the fun.drew taylor, the the hill country visitor:
"gene simmons tweeted, 'folks, this is for real.'"only a few days old, this little calf reached rock star status.drew taylor, the the hill country visitor: "it's gone beyond our wildest dreams and we love it." taccetta: "she's too unique and too special. we're not getting rid of her. she has turned our world upside down and we love her."and it's only fitting to name her "genie." (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. grant lodes joins pam moore with (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. grant lodes joins pam moore with kron 4 news at six. ( pam ) a smoky afternoon in the east bay hills... as heavy brush and grasses are on fire. more than 150 firefighters are on the scene of the fire that's been burning now for 5 hours. we are also on the scene and will go there live.(grant) and.... why everyone is so happy on wall street. the breakthrough moment in trading
(grant) a scary scene tonight in the oakland hills. a fire erupts along grizzly peak blvd.... bringing back memories of the infamous deadly firestorm from 1991. firefighters are pulling out all the stops to avoid a repeat.(grant) good evening... i'm grant lodes.. steve is off tonight.(pam) and i'm pam moore. we first learned of the fire just a few hours ago .... and since then, we have seen an all out assault to keep the flames from spreading. right now... no homes are threatened. kron 4's j-r stone is at
the scene... he just got an update from firefighters 30 minutes ago... where do things stand right now, j-r? oakland (kron) - a two-alarm wildfire is burning along grizzly peak in the oakland and berkeley hills wednesday afternoon.the fire was first reported around 1 p.m. and is burning along grizzly peak boulevard at fish ranch road. as of 5:15 p.m., the 10-acre fire is 10 percent contained, no structures were threatened, no evacuations have been ordered and no injuries reported.the fire is approximately a mile from the berkeley border and heading
( grant ) so far there are few road closures to tell you about. grizzly peak boulevard is closed between centennial drive and south park drive. this is to the east of the u-c berkeley campus. other roads may be closed as well as crews tackle the flames. a live look outside right now... another very hot day inland..(grant) let's get our first look at the weather with chief meteorologist brittney shipp.brittney shipp. meteorologist with chief meteorologist brittney shipp. strong high pressure over the region will maintain well above average temperatures across the interior through late week. very warm to hot daytime temperatures are expected inland and across the higher elevations with
minimal cooling overnight increasing the risk of heat related illnesses through at least thursday. temperatures in coastal areas are expected to remain cooler as a result of the marine influence. ( pam ) you can stay on top of breaking news through the kron four website... facebook page... and twitter feed. also... there is the kron four mobile app... it sends out push alerts about important breaking stories. marine influence. result of the marine influence. ( pam ) you can stay on
top of breaking news through the kron four website... facebook page... and twitter feed. also... there is the kron four mobile app... it sends out push alerts about important breaking stories. it is free for apple or android devices. (top vo pam ) praise and criticism for the city of san jose .... for its handling of the devastating flood along coyote creek last winter. (2-shot/pam) among other things.. an independent analysis of the flood ... has concluded residents were put in danger by the city's slow response.(2-shot/grant) kron four's rob fladeboe has reaction from city hall. the 2017 coyote creek flood after acton review states that the city was 'unnecessarily caught off guard," when the rain swollen creek jumped it's banks, placing residents in a potentially dangerous situation, but it otherwise performed very well says assistant city manager david sykes.dave sykes/asst. city manager".....the report says the city did a really good job on the recovery side but in
terms of it's preparation and work during the flood there is room for improvement...."the february 21st flood led to the evacuations of some 14,000 people and caused a $100 million dollars in damage. the report found that the city relied to heavily on flood data from the santa clara valley water district and repeated mistakes made in a similar flood in 1997. an attorney for more than 100 people who have filed claims says the report is being met with mixed emotions.amanda hawes/flood victims attorney ".....people have been saying this for a long time, it's confirmation because the losses people have suffered could have been prevented...." the report praised the city for taking responsibility for the flood and for it's clean up and assistance programs. it also makes recommendations for the city to improve it's disaster preparedness.david sykes/asst. city manager ".....certainly the report
mentions that we should be investing more in our office of emergency services and of course, most importantly, that we need to improve our communications with other agencies and with the public......"flood victims like reuben lachuga, who is still rebuilding his life and home here in the hard hit rock springs neighborhood, says the report only confirms what he and his neighbors have been saying all along.reuben lachuga/flood victim ".....nobody told us nothing. i told them it as going to come and sure enough that day i woke up and the water was coming up fast..."in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news ( grant ) an art teacher is under arrest tonight... accused of trying to make child pornography. san jose police say 34-year-old el verde nguyen hid a camera in the bathroom at his business,
which is called "the enlightenment studio." investigators say they found at least one picture of a child... and have brought in the f-b-i to assist. nguyen is currently being held at the santa clara county jail. his business posted a notice on its website... alerting parents about the investigation. it says the enlightenment studio will be closed temporarily. new details are coming out .. about a teen who jumped off an airplane ... and onto the tarmac at s-f-o. this is a story we first brought to you... as breaking news yesterday on kron 4. now we have learned... the 17-year-old boy is not going to face charges. witnesses described him as being fidgety and anxious during the seven- hour flight from panama city, florida, to san franciso. passengers say, when the plane landed... he opened the emergency door and jumped out before many people even noticed. we do know ... he is a u-s citizen and was traveling alone. ( grant ) a big story tonight: the stock market entering new territory. when the closing bell
in one east bay city. the particular model of car they targeted... multiple times. new details are coming out about the gunman who shot two yuba county sheriff's deputies. his ties to the bay area... and his criminal record. and no cars... on market street? the bold plan that would give san francisco's iconic roadway a monumental makeover.
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that san francisco's market street is mixture of chaos and congestion..( pam ) now, plans are in the works to give it a makeover and that will mean some big changes. kron 4's dan kerman is live from market street tonight... with details and with on what the street could look like in the future. dan. san francisco's public works director likes to refer to makret street as our version of the camps elysees sot mohammed nuru/sf public works director 7-12but when those trying to navigate it on either on a bus, a bike, a car, or even on foot might have difficulty seeing the charm.. san francisco plans to change all that will a dramatic makeover that will look something like this. the plans call for taking all personal vehicle like this as well as uber and lyft off of market all together delivery
vehicles would have restricted hours the new market street would look like this rapid express buses and the f line going down the middle two lanes local buses and taxis using the out lanes sotsafety is also a priority as bicycles move to the sidewalk which will extend over where the bike lane is now and keep them seperated from vehicles. bikers and other like the like the new planssot as for uber and lyt drivers those we spoke with don't seem all that concerned.sot137/ help the traffic ( grant ) in the east bay car thefts are on the rise - just last night in one city alone, thieves stole 4 vehicles, and all the same type. all were honda civics, older models. one car was stolen from the parking lot at newpark mall, the others were taken in residenital neighborhoods. and this is a trend throughout alameda county. according to the latest inforamation with the alameda county regional auto task force, they have
( grant ) in the east bay.... car thefts are on the rise - just last night in newark alone, thieves stole 4 vehicles, and all the same type. all were honda civics, older models. one car was stolen from the parking lot at newpark mall, the others were taken in residenital neighborhoods. and this is a trend throughout alameda county. according to the latest inforamation with the alameda county regional auto task force, they have dealt with 93
stolen civics since the beginning of the year. newark police are reviewing surveillance video and working with other agencys to coordinate efforts. according to the national insurance crime bureau... a couple of hondas are the most likely to be stolen. number one... the 1997 accord. the 1998 civic is second. then comes the 2006 full size ford pickup. it is followed by the 2004 chevrolet pickup. the numbers are based on crime reports from last year. ( pam ) three men.. suspected of crashing a car into a fremont home yesterday following a string of burglaries ... are due in court tomorrow. this is the aftermath of the crash in fremont. the home ended up being red- tagged because of the extensive damage. investigators say the trio was trying to out- run police, when they went down a cul de sac ... and barreled into the house. the suspects have been identified as 25-year-old tyrell smith of oakland. 20-year-old delano dillard of richmond. and 23-year-old
marshawn roland ... also of richmond. police say, the investigation is ongoing .. there could be additional suspects involved. (pam) today.. coast guard officials suspended a search for a missing 19-year-old swimmer along ocean beach.(pam) officials say the swimmer went missing yesterday evening. a friend of the swimmer says he was swimming south of the cliff house restaurant, and never returned. crews searched at least 1-hundred and 80-miles of water for about 13-hours for the teen. crews say the teen is still missing. they also say to lookout for strong currents when entering the water. (pam) in the east bay... a puppy is recovering from dehydration... after walnut creek police officers rescued the dog from a hot car early yesterday evening.(grant) and, as kron four's philippe djegal reports... the police department says the dog's owner has done this before. (philippe) this schipperke
(skip-per-key), less than two years old, is in good spirits now following treatment at sage veterinary specialists in concord. she spent the night in the emergency room, where she arrived dehydrated. lieutenant sean conley with the walnut creek police department says witnesses called 9-11 at around five o'clock early tuesday evening... when someone noticed the puppy struggling all alone in the back of a car parked in this burger king parking lot on north main street. and, by the time officers arrived... lieutenant conley says witnesses claim the dog may have been sitting in the car for at least two hours.lt. sean conley/wcpd- "the officers were able to shimmy down the window, they didn't have to break the window, but the law does allow law enforcement to break a window if they need to get in to rescue a distressed dog. uh, they were able to get their arm inside, unlock the door and they took possession of the dog -- they gave it some water." lietenant conley says it turns out the dog's owner has done this before. he's a member of the 24 hour fitness across the street... and, has allegedly made
a habit of leaving his puppy in his car with the windows cracked while he works out.lt. sean conley/wcpd- "he's even been warned by management, say hey, we, we, see your, we see your car outside, we know there's a dog in there. you know, we're going to revoke your membership if you don't keep the dog at home. uh, we don't want it in the parking lot. and, so that's why he was parked at the burger king parking lot." dog owners who also use this gym say there's no excuse for this.no name/man/gym member- "no definitely not. not on a hot day." police say it was about 96 degrees outside when the dog was found. and, at least 20 degrees warmer inside the car.no name/woman/gym member- "if you're taking care of your own health but you're not worried about your animal's health, that should be like a family member, you should not bring your car, your dog with you at all. leave it home with somebody. leave it in air conditioning." the puppy is now with contra costa animal services, while police still try to track down the owner... who lietenant conley says likely faces a misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty. in walnut creek, philippe djegal, kron four news. let's take a look outside
right now for the current conditions in the bay area... (pam) chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with the forecast. strong high pressure over the region will maintain well above average temperatures across the interior through late week. very warm to hot daytime temperatures are expected inland and across the higher elevations with minimal cooling overnight increasing the risk of heat related illnesses through at
( grant ) a big update tonight on the shooting of two, yuba county sheriff's deputies. we have new information on the suspect... and his connection to the bay area...including details on his troubling past.( pam ) people in california are all too familiar with droughts. the pitch made today.... by a bay area water agency to lawmakers in washington d-c about what needs to change in the future.
we have learned the gunman suspected of shooting two yuba county sheriff's deputies is from gilroy. he has been identified as 33- year-old mark anthony sanchez. he was found dead inside a home following the shootout. sanchez served time for carjacking as well as burglargy and several other felonies. he did have two warrants out for his arrest. sanchez was working at a marijuana farm in yuba county when fellow workers called the sheriff's office yesterday. they reported he was ripping up plants, carrying a weapon and acting erratically. the deputies wounded in the shooting are recovering. (pam) one person is dead .... and seven others are in the hospital tonight.. after a natural gas explosion shook a school in minneapolis . police say, contractors doing work today at minnehaha academy... ruptured a gas line, causing the explosion.
the blast caused part of a building to collapse. family members say, a business office assistant at the school, was killed. three of the seven victims in the hospital are in critical condition. all students are accounted for. but two people are still missing tonight. ( grant) president trump has a new plan for people who want to immigrate to the united states. the tough requirement he is proposing. (pam) and the 49ers will have a new quarterback this year. hear from him on the team's outlook, later in sports.(grant) plus a bay area water agency is front and center in washington d-c. the pitch being made when it comes to fighting droughts.
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already prepping for the next big drought. the senate committee on energy and natural resources met today to come up with a game plan to tackle the next major dry spell... before funding dries up. ( pam ) kron 4's washington correspondent anna wiernicki has more on how lawmakers are looking to a bay area resident ... for help. na wiernicki (stand up looklive)washington correspondenttake cg @shirlee zane with sonoma county water agency was here in washington today to give congress a local perspective on how they can help communities prepare for drought. and she
told senators in her testimony that in order to prepare, you have to be able to predict shirlee zane: water is life. anna wiernicki: shirlee zane with sonoma county water agency says she knows first hand how dangerous a drought can be.shirlee zane: you have to invest in technology, it's that pure and simple.anna wiernicki: she told lawmakers on wednesday that local communities can't prepare if they don't even know a disaster is heading their way. shirlee zanesonoma county water agencytake cg @ without the technology you are not going to have the more accurate forecasting.anna wiernicki: zane says if the federal government wants to help, they need to invest in updating its forecasting technology at the national oceanic and atmospheric administrationnats pop -- shirlee zane: noaa is leading the wayanna wiernicki: that's the agency that predicts storms and droughtsand also the agency that president donald trump wants to cut $26 million dollars in funding. shirlee zane: i couldn't be more disappointed that technology and research was cut in this recent budget. i think it is the wrong way to go, and i agree with senator king, it's got to be technology and data that is the foundation for all good policies.senator al franken: i'm concerned about a lot of the cuts that are being made, noaaanna wiernicki: minnesota senator al franken agreed the cuts aren't ideal, but says he is open to finding other ways
to cover the costs, like turning to a public-private partnership.anna wiernicki washington correspondenttake cg @ senators said today they will take zane and the other testimony into consideration as they move forward to draft their next drought bill-they hope to introduce that legislation as quickly as possible due to the growing dry conditions across the country. in washington, i'm anna wiernicki, kron-4 news. (pam) crews in big sur say... they have a new plan to reopen highway 1.. following the massive mudslide caused by the winter storms. this is the mud creek slide. it is located near the monterey county- san luis obispo county line. transportation officials announced ... they will build a road over the massive slide. they say, this idea is cheaper and
quicker than building a tunnel through the slide ... or sidestepping it all together. there is no word on the price tag. nor when this new stretch of highway- one will be open. (grant) tonight... president trump is throwing his support behind a plan that'll shake up america's legal immigration system. the raise act...creates a points based system for green card applicants. for instance, english speakers or people with degrees earn more points. the more points, the better shot at citizenship. senator david perdue of georgia and senator tom cotton of arkansas say they are teaming up with president trump to push forward the act. the commander in chief says it's all about making sure immigrants don't drain u-s resources. "they're not going to just come in and collect welfare, that's not going to happen under the raise act" while the president is behind the new immigration legislation.... many latino rights activist believe the idea punishes...nstead of
protecting companies who depend on immigrant labor. they also fear the bill hurts u-s citizens rights to try to reunite their families here in sf , a makeover is being planned for market street the plans call for taking all personal vehicle like this as well as uber and lyft off of market all together delivery vehicles would have restricted hours the new market street would look like this rapid express buses and the f line going down the middle two lanes local buses and taxis using the out lanes and bicycles moving to the sidewalk which will extend over where the bike lane is now public hearings need to be held as well as approvals from city agencies, but the hope is to begin construction sometime next year. still the project likely wont be completed for more than a decade. in sf dan kerman kron 4 news all were honda civics, older models. one car
was stolen from the parking lot at newpark mall, the others near homes. newark police say civics tend to be high on the list of reported stolen vehicles because the key system is similar in older models. and this is a trend throughout alameda county. according to the latest inforamation with the alameda county regional auto task force, they have dealt with 93 stolen civics since the beginning of the year. teresa estacio kron4 news. here in san jose, praise and criticism for san jose's response to the flood last winter along coyote creek. an independent analysis concluded that the city relied to heavily on flood projection data from the santa clara valley water district and put residents in a potentially dangerous situation. the report praised the city for it's recovery and clean efforts and made recommendatio ns such as a reorganization of the city's office of emergency services. in san jose rob fladeoe kron 4 news
in walnut creek... police say the owner of this puppy could face a misdemeanor charge of animal cruely... after police say the owner left the dog in the back of his car for at least two hours tuesday, while he worked out at a gym. police say officers were able to pull a window down and get the dog out and give her some water... before she was taken to a veterinary hospital to be treated for dehydration. in walnut creek, philippe djegal, kron four news. chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now... strong high pressure over the region will maintain well above average temperatures across the interior through late week. very warm to hot
daytime temperatures are expected inland and across the higher elevations with minimal cooling overnight increasing the risk of heat related illnesses through at least thursday. temperatures in coastal areas are expected to remain cooler as a result of the marine influence. (pam) it has been close to 40 years since elvis presley passed away. now some of the legendary musician's items
include a guitar ring that is estimated around 30-thousand dollars. also, a ram's head necklace that is going for more than 100-thousand dollars. finally officials say, buyers are expected to pay up to 2-hundred- and 50-thousand dollars for the jumpsuit he wore on stage. the auction will take place on august 12th. ahead in sports-- the raiders had the day off, but training camp is rolling on in santa clara. see how starting quarterback brian hoyer is adjusting to the kyle shanahan offense. plus, steph curry.... less than a day away from stepping into the arena of professional golf. what the m-v-p has to say about possibly making the cut at stonebrae.
are a rookie and matt barkley, who's never been a serious starter. hoyer is the number one. and he's out to show everyone why the coaching staff has confidence in him. hoyer...taking the majority of the reps in practice as the 31-year-old reunites with kyle shanahan. the pair worked together in cleveland in 2014, and hoyer knows how shanahan operates. one of his rules--no wristbands with the plays on it. so of course, shanahan not allowing any training wheels in santa clara. here's hoyer on when he first learned of shanahan's style while playing with the browns. "it was a challenge my first year...i remember johnny's first game, he got a wristband, i said, i've been playing 13 games, where's mine...so, being around kyle, he's a unique play-caller, and for him to put plays on a wristband, it would limit him and now i understand that and now having a better understanding of the need it....my first year i would've loved it because it would've been a lot easier to get those play calls out, but now with a better understanding and a full
offseason under my belt with a ton of reps going into training camp, hearing the play calls come in, i'm already starting to visualize what he wants, and unless there's one of those 18- worders in there, it's been pretty good..." raiders had the day off...and camp resumes tomorrow. in the meantime-- we have more colin kaepernick news to report.. basically, it's getting awkward in baltimore. so the ravens have shown interest in signing kaep, but according to an espn story there is a split among team management. apparently-- head coach john harbaugh and general manager ozzie newsome want to sign kaepernick, but the owner steve biscoitti is hesitant to make a deal. the report also said this isn't the first time a move to add the former niners qb was blocked, but it's unknown which team was interested. ravens management has come out and denied any reports of a division. we'll see what happens in the next few days. by this time tomorrow-- steph curry will have completed his first round of professional golf. the
two-time mvp and nba champion...ready to go in the web-dot-com tour's 'ellie mae classic' at tpc stonebrae. he tees off at exactly 8-55 tomorrow morning. his last golf event came in july at lake tahoe...where he shot a 68, but that was a pro-am. the circumstances much different this time around, but curry realizes he's a long shot. let's get steph's thoughts on what it would take to make the cut. "you know i'd obviously like to make the cut and see if that's in the cards...but i've got a lot of advice from some of the pros out here, some of the other guys i know on the pga tour and they basically just say take your time, be patient and stay in the moment...it'll probably require me to play two of the best rounds i've probably played in my life, but why not take advantage of the opportunity i got right now..."
sticking with the warriors-- our sports director gary radnich recently sat down with general manager bob myers. it was great conversation at the team facility. they talked about all sorts of topics...including how myers was first hired by joe lacob to his relationship with steve kerr and the players on the team. they also covered some little known facts... like how myers used to be a college sports radio host at ucla. "i didn't know until i was looking up your stuff...you did ucla game on radio...well you'll appreciate it...i did the post- game show, and that's when you get the callers...did you roll with it pretty good...yeah i did, you have to learn, right...but your lines are probably all lit-up...this is 10 o'clock on a thursday night, la, you got to remember, there's a lot going on, nobody was listening to that...i can tell you that...so i'd look at that, you can see who's on the line...no lights...so you're willing to say, the way your life turned out, it's better being the gm of the warriors, than manny in el segundo, your thoughts on the bruins...that might've been a good job man...trust me, you want to switch...hey, no no no...when i can actually look back on this, when you're in it you can't...i'll go to game in san
francisco, and i'll look up at our banners and i wont, i'll just say it was fun to be a part of those years...so that's why it's better than manny in el segundo... now, we have something for you international soccer fans. superteam f-c barcelona...is on the verge of losing one of the best players in the world. brazilian forward neymar is set to leave the spanish powerhouse for paris saint-german... the 25-year-old informed barcelona of his wish to leave the team after coming back from china tuesday... the acquisition of neymar will cost the french team p-s-g $263 million...
the richest transfer fee in soccer history. once the transfer is complete... p-s-g is prepared to pay the neymar $35 million a year over each of the next five seasons... finally, the bay bridge series moves to at&t park tonight, but before coming over to san francisco, the a's decided to show us their version of the city. some fine handywork from the a's social media team... as they super-imposed their own famous landmarks throughout san francisco. coit tower, the transamerica building, mission dolores park, and even the painted ladies with a touch of green and gold. game 3 begins in about 20-minutes at the ballpark. (grant) a chance to work for amazon had people lining
amazon says at least 30- thousand jobs will be offered to people across the country today. this is video of the long lines...people anxiously waiting. most of the positions will be in amazon warehouses. about five-thousand of them will be in customer service. we should note... the fulfillment center in tracy was one of the places that was ánot hiring ( grant ) a big story tonight... firefighters are dealing with a fire along grizzly peak in the oakland hills.( pam ) the fire erupted late this afternoon... it has burned about 20- acres and is 20-percent contained. we have learned that an inmate firefighter helping out ... fell down a hill and has been taken to the hospital... the extent of his injuries is not known. crews do plan to be on scene throughtout the night and into tomorrow morning. this precaution is due to what happened in 1991 .. with the deadly oakland hills firestorm. you may recall, crews thought they had put out the fire ... only to have it turn into a raging inferno the next
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