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together, three of them born in america... their oldest daughter, vianney (vee-nn-ay) is expected to manage the household in oakland... though maria says her young son will live with her and her husband south of the border. vianney sanchez/oldest daughter- "this administration says that they want good people and that's who my family is. they don't want bad hombres and my parents have never, ever done anything. no criminal convictions. none of us either have ever been in trouble with the law, ever. not even in trouble at school." at 23-years-old vianney is a u-c santa cruz graduate. unlike her siblings, she wasn't born in states, but has remained here through the obama administration's immigration policy, "deffered action for childhood arrivals", or "daca"... a policy the trump administration has chosen not to expand, and is currently under review. deeply concerning for vianney, because her sisters are counting on her now.vianney sanchez/oldest daughter- "and, if daca ends, i don't know, i don't know whats going to happen to them. i don't know if we're all going to have to leave, and that's not really what i wanted for my family at all." the cloud of deportation has hovered over
this family since 2002... but since then, they've proven several hardships and have been granted stays. maria, who came here as a housekeeper... paid her own way through college and is now a registered nurse who works with cancer patients at highland hospital. maria says the trump administration recently canceled their stay... and, immigration and customs enforcement has ordered her and her husband, a truck driver, out of the country.maria mendoza- sanchez/mother- "it's really hard to think about it. its, it's a way of dying without being dead." and, unless something miraculous happens... maria and eusebio say they will follow the deportation orders and leave for mexico next week. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. (vicki) police (vicki)(vicki) police arrest a 16-year-old
on suspicion of shooting another teenager in redwood city. shots rang out around one:45 this morning on hoover street near u.s. highway 101. there officers found a 18-year-old victim suffering from multiple gun shot wounds. he was transported to a hospital where he is undergoiong surgery. news of the incident quickly spread to neighbors who are on edge tonight. (sot) "in the past down here it was very common but not lately. i have been here for 3 years and i have never seen anything like this.yeah i 'm a little surprised normally you don't get anything shooting around here...you know"(vicki) officers recovered a firearm at the scene. this is an ongoing investigation. (vicki) and we first sent you a push alert at five this morning alerting you about the shooting. be sure to download the free kron 4 mobile app to stay up to date on all the latest breaking news, weather and traffic. president trump: "i read about where in, guam, by august 15th -- let's see what he does with guam. he does something in guam, it will be an event the
likes of which nobody's seen before, what will happen in north korea." (steve) mixed messages from the trump administration on next steps, as north korea claims it could have a plan to strike the u-s territory of guam for leader kim jong un's approval within days. (steve) a number of top advisers are on president trump's agenda at his new jersey golf resort. (vicki) from our partners at cnn - karin caifa has the latest on the escalating exchanges between pyongyang and washington. pres. donald trump: what they've been doing and what they've been getting away with is a tragedy and cannot be allowed.president trump meeting with top national security advisers thursday -- as north korea steps up threats.state media there says a plan to fire four missiles near the u-s island territory of guam -- home to two u-s military bases -- could be ready for review by leader kim jong un in days.as of thursday morning, u-s defense officials said there were no indications
of any imminent launch activity by north korea. but some worry about president trump's language -- versus the unpredictable kim jong un. after president trump promised fire and fury tuesday, secretary of state rex tillerson took a calmer approach -- leading some to accuse the white house of mixed messaging.the president's own party is split on his approach -- republican congressman lee zeldin of new york, saying he's not comfortable with it. rep. lee zeldin/-r- new york: i don't believe that we should actually be using military action against north korea for what is just standard practice by north korea.on twitter, senator marco rubio of florida, saying, the attacks on trump are "ridiculous." adding critics "act as if north korea would act different if he used nicer words."meanwhile, at the center of a war of words -- guam remains vigilant, but calm. gov. eddie baza calvo/ -r- guam: i feel very confident not only in those forces defending guam within the terrestrial land of guam, but also those at sea.in washington, i'm karin caifa.
(steve) a bay area musician is dead tonight after being dragged by a car down a street. oakland police are now searching the man who drove that car this all started with the victim's laptop being stolen. kron 4's dan kerman is live in oakland tonight with more man dragged by car 0810175pkg this song at the end of the tunnel is by 40 year old singer songwriter dave deporis. family and friends are thinking it about it following deporis tragic death on wednesday.sot ian petrich/victim's friendjust had a real zest and love for life and a passion for nature
and friendship just a really beautiful personwednesday afternoon about 12-35, deporis was at an outside table at this telegraph avenue cafe in oakland when someone came up and stole his laptop, a laptop his family believes had his music on it. police say deporis chased the thief around the corner. once on 42nd street the thief got into a vehicle, which began driving off down rich street, with deporis holding on to the car.sot officer marco marquez/oakland police during this pursuit of the vehicle the victim was dragged by the vehicle which lead to fatal injuriespolice are now asking for the public's help in tracking down the thief in the wake of deporis death.sot it's a real shockfriend ian petrich says he last saw deporis on friday and his death is a tragic loss for friends family and fans a small memorial now stands at rich and 42nd st.soti came down here last night and litthe candle because when somebody dies like this, i
think its important for them to know whether there is or isn't an afterlife that they can move on and we are going to be ok let his spirit be a peace because it was a traumatic accident that happened.140/that happened. (vicki) san francisco police arrest a man they say uploaded and traded thousands of child pornography files through the internet. last week police obtained a warrant to search anton orobchenko's home on turk street. there officers discovered thousands of child pornography pictures and videos on his media devices. the 32-year-old
suspect was arrested and charged with possesion of child porn, and two-counts of distribution of child porn. back in july the s-f-pd- internet crimes against children unit launched a full on investigation against orobchenko. (steve) a big development tonight... in the massive loma fire ...which destroyed 12 homes and scorched nearly five thousand acres in santa clara county. investigators have determined the fire was caused by a portable generator located at a nearby marijuana farm. the specific area of the flames were narrowed down...and crews believe that one of three generators used at the pot farm... sparked the flames. tonight police are investigationg the legality of that marijuana grow. the blaze began back in september, 20-16...and burned for 16 days straight...forcing evacuation orders in the region. (vicki) chalk one up for those who believe you can fight city hall. to san jose now where some folks who were fighting citations for illegal fireworks are declaring victory. kron
four's rob fladeboe is live with the latest. rob? (rob live) im here in a neighborhood off monterey road where people will tell you there were a lot of illegal fireworks to be seen the night the warriors won the title and again over the 4th of july holiday. but the handful of people who got blamed for it and were facing a $500 dollar fineare off the hook. amy guzules/cited for illegal fireworks ".....it feels great...."cited for shooting off illegal fireworks, amy guzules and 44 other san jose residents will soon be receiving another letter from city hall stating that those citations are being dismissed. amy guzules".....it feels great, it takes a lot of pressure off, we were coming up on the deadline to pay....." guzules and two of her neighbors got $500 citations last month based on complaints submittedthrough the city's
pilot on-line fireworks reporting tool, which they believe is unfair.amy guzules "....what's unfair is that the city assumed we were guilty based on evidence that was really no evidence, the reporting parties didn't have to provide video or photos....."upset that she would have to pay the fine before beling allowed to contest it, guzules threatened legal action. now, citing it's committment to fairness in enforcing it's municpal code, the city announced that in reviewing the process for issuing the citations, the criteria had not been evenly applied to all who recieved themdavid sykes/ assistant city manager"....anytime you are being innovative and are trying something new. sometimes you find out you have to make adjustments and that's what we are going to do..."committed to cracking down on illegal fireworks, the city plans to forge ahead with it'son-line reporting tool amid some changes in the reporting and verification protocols. amy guzules is all for that as long as they can prove who did what.amy guzules "....if i get a parking ticket it'sbecause somebody in a uniform saw my car illegally parked, not some random person calling in to say they saw some lights above my hosue....that's how i got the citation...." (rob live) the citations are being dismissed but in a move that signals the city believes some of the people who got them are guilty, all will be receiving warning letters. and those who already paid the fine will get their money back.
(rob live) the citations are being dismissed but in a move that signals the city believes some of the people who got them are guilty, all will be receiving warning letters. and those who already paid the fine will get their money back. (steve) thousands of dollars worth of football equipment - is stolen... from an east bay high school. now that school's football program is in jeopardy this season. details on this story - after the break. (vicki) plus - a strange smell sends two airport workers to the hospital after doing some work at san jose international airport. what happened - and find out if this impacted any passengers. (steve) and - a teen is reunited with her family after going missing while hiking mount tam. the emotional reunion - next.
resort. an investigation concluded - that the resort failed "to correct an identified unsafe working condition" in regards to hang cord the patrollers were using. fellow patrollers found zuiches dead... in the last place he was seen after a couple of explosive detonations spurred radio silence from him. the ski resort was fined nearly 21- thousand dollars. (vicki) a teen goes missing while hiking mount tam with a friend. (steve) the 16-year-old girl spent several hours alone in the dark - until search and rescue crews were able to safely locate her. kron four's terisa estacio shows us the reunion between the teen and her dad. a very scary night for a san francisco teenager -this is a picture of sarah jane tang- 16 years old - she was last seen wednesday night. her family called authorities extremely concerned when she called around 930 and said she was lost on mount tamalpais. sarah who goes to lowell high school in san francsico had been on the mountain with a friend and got separated. lt.
doug pittman, marin co. sheriff's dept. her cell phone had died, she got separated from another hiker. we launched search and rescue. and there is this searchers may have walked near her late at night - but the teen scared - hid. lt. pittman. it seems she did not know who it was so she was behind a tree and searchers kept going. lt. pittman says finally with a command post set up and a large group out combing the mountain - success, father and daughter were reunited. estacio - questions. did you just run out of a battery? are you ok? yes. back safe, the teen and her father very relieved to have this ordeal over with. in marin county, terisa estacio kron four news.
(vicki) thousands of dollars worth of football equipment is stolen from a high school in fremont. it happened at washington high school sometime in july, but the school just reported it yesterday. the thieves didn't even break a lock. the school left their gym open because construction is taking place at the site. they wanted construction crews to be able to move in and out of the facility. the burglars stole about 11-thousand dollars worth of equipment. about 15 helmets and 30 shoulder pads were taken from the football team. the upcoming football season could be in jeopardy because they might not have enough equipment. we now know the name of the suspecthayward police say drove at officers in a stolen vehicleprompting an officer to shoot at him. police have identified 26-year-old martin harlan as the culprit. on saturday evening,
officers say a man walked out of his house to find harlan stealing his truck. the victim called police and then got in another car to follow harlan. that's when he began shooting at the victim. when police arrived, harlan started driving towards police... forcing officers to open fire. harlan was eventually taken into custody. no one was injured. (steve) a san francisco couple says they have been terrorized multiple times by the same man in their neighborhood. here is surveillance video of one of the incidents in bernal heights. the couple has had their home burglarized, their car broken into, and packages stolen over several weeks. police believe one man may be responsible. the couple's home was burglarized last month. multiple items were stolen, including a 100-year-old necklace that was given to her by her great great grandmother. the couple says their peace of mind is what they want back the most. milana ram/burglarly victim:"i couldn't sleep for a week. i would wake up in the middle of the night, go check all the doors again. so i had too much
anxiety after a while. so i was just wondering what if he had come when i was home alone so it's a safety matter too. himanshu bhaisare/burglarly victimyou kind of feel like i'm not even safe in my own home. that's the worst feeling to have."(steve) more people in the neighborhood have also been victims. other surveillance video shows what appears to be the same person breaking into a car. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp.
(vicki) coming up, a couple of oakland police officers - receive a rare honor. why these officers are being recognized tonight by their department. (steve) and next, amazon is facing a lawsuit from two former employees - alleging the company harassed and threatened them. hear why - they believe they were targeted by the company.
a federal lawsuit filed by a transgender woman and her husband claims they endured abuse at a kentucky warehouse owned by amazon... (vicki) they say the harrassment included physical threats.... catherine heenan is here with details. (catherine) the couple is slamming amazon for what they describe as unrelenting discriminationand harrassment... which they say included someone cutting their car's brake line in the parking
lot... allegra shaw lane and dane lane worked at amazon warehouses in kentucky for about a year but finally resigned in october of 2015. the lawsuit, filed in federal court, says the abuse began after shaw-lane told people she was transgender..... they say they had to put up with sexual harassment, hateful comments, threats from co-workers and retaliation from supervisors. and they say managers ignored their complaints. allegra schawe-lane/suing amazonit was unreal, completely. it just had started so fast and just like, it spread like wildfire. one day, going to the restroom, someone had wrote on the wall that i should be burned, burned alive. dane lane/suing amazonwe love each other so much, that you know, if we didn't have one another, who knows. a lawyer working with
the couple says the case is notable in part because amazon has a record of strongly supporting gay and transgender rights. there was no immediate comment from amazon. vicki and steve? (steve) scary moments at san jose international airport this morning... when two airport workers were taken to the hospital after being exposed to carbon monoxide. kron four's will tran shows us what happened. (larry hurst/airport construction worker- in an enclosed area, yeah, you don't want to be using because you could die)using a gas saw outdoors like this crew is fine.plenty of ventilation(pic of saw from airport)but that wasn't the case at 1 this morning when crews from another company were using this gas saw in a small area below terminal a at mineta san jose airport.they got dizzy.. called their supervisor... who called the fire departmentthey were rushed to hospital with symptoms of carbon monoxide. larry hurst says he's glad the workers are fine.. but the project was doomed from the very beginning(larry hurst/airport construction worker-you're cutting interior, especially in an an enclosed area you're supposed to be using an electric saw) (reporter-nothing with a motor?)(larry hurst/airport construction worker-nothing
with a motor unless they got plenty of ventilation)because it happened downstairs.. in a secured area.. passengers were not effected and did not have to be evacuated.work in that area.. has been suspended until the investigation is completedin san jose will tran kron 4 news (vicki) imagine calling 911 - and your call not going through... still ahead... there's a new law that's making its way through congress - that looks to change that and save lives. (steve) but first, they risked their lives to save several san francisco ups workers during a shooting. how the city is now honoring those first responders.
(deputy sean lee, sf sheriff's department)it was very chaotic there were people running out of the building people who were shot(steve) first responders who rushed into the fatal active shooter situation at a u-p-s building back in june talked publicly about what it was like that day. (steve) 17 people from various agencies were honored for their bravery by san francisco's mayor.(vicki) kron4's maureen kelly talked to some of the people who were first on scene. calm down get in there do your job help those people and
that's what i did as best as i couldsan francisco sheriff's deputy sean lee remembers what was running in his head as he got on scene after hearing reports of guman inside the ups facility in potrero hill. there is an element of fear sometimes you just have to push past it and you know that you're going into save peoples lives there are a lot of people that did a lot of exceptional things that day as far as going above and beyond one sf police officer remembered how confusing those first moments were as they rushed into a situation where others were rushing out.we had several people today there's a guy in shop side he shooting and everybody's wearing brown ups uniforms and he said hey he's wearing exactly what we're wearing you can imagine it's going to hard to look at that situation and go who's the shooterfour workers were killed including the gunman who shot himself. today the mayor thanked those who were there for their quick response which more than likely saved lives.at the moment of tremendous need you were there and i want to say thank you on behalf of the city and county of san francisco because i got
to hug my ups driver this week the 17 heros, which also included paramedics, dispatchers, chp and officers from the ucsf police department were given commendations and heart shaped pins with the city seal. several of those i talked with said while they are honored, protecting the city and it's citizens is the job they are paid to do.maureen kelly kron4 news (steve) in oakland... five police officers of mexican heritage were recognized today for their outstanding service in the community the ceremony took place at the consulate general office of mexico in san francisco. the five officers were chosen by their peers in the oakland police department. the consulate general says this is the first time mexican officers from the bay area received honorary recognition from his office
(steve) the officers families were in attendance at today's ceremony along with oakland police chief anne kirkpatrick, who told the audience that she is very proud these officers for their outstanding service... and for their mexican heritage. starting today the consulate general office plans on honoring mexican american police officers here in the bay area... every year (vicki) it is that time of year again... thousands of people will be coming to san francisco for the annual outside lands music festival. (vicki) this is the tenth year the 3-day music festival is being held at golden gate
park. this year well-known artist's will be headlining the show like metallica, the who and lorde. not only can you enjoy music but you can also enjoy food, wine and beer too. the city is encouraging all festival-goers to take public transportation as there will be several road closures near the area. for more information you can head to our website at k-r-o-n-4 dot com. (steve) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. look for only minor changes from day-to-day through the forecast period as a trough of low pressure remains off the coast. temperatures will be near seasonal averages with late night and morning
diego are on the lookout for a man accused of spiking a couple's water jug with a potential toxin. and it was all caught on camera. (steve) this is surveillance video from homeowners kristina (gone-yay) gagne and her wife. you can see the man has his back facing the camera... knowing he is being filmed. the couple said this happened in front of their house around midnight. the suspect is believed to have poured liquid plant food into the water. gagne says she is appalled that something like this would happen. (steve) police at first did not make police report until the homeowners shared the video and warned neighbors about this wanted man. police are looking at surveillance video and collecting any other evidence into this incident.
41-year old man was taken into custody this morning on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm. video of the shocking may 5-th incident on the putney bridge over the river thames - quickly went viral after it was made public. you see the jogger knock the 33-year woman to the ground - and a bus swerves to miss hitting her. police say passengers on the bus helped the woman who had minor injuries. the suspect remains in police custody. (steve) tonight the family of a texas woman killed while trying to get a hold of 9-1-1, wants congress to make it easier for people to call for help. (vicki) kron four's anna wiernicki takes a look at the proposed law they hope could save lives. nats pop - dispatcher: "9-1-1 what's the location of your emergency?"anna wiernicki: in the case of an emergency, hank hunt says every ásecond counts. hank hunt: she loved life and her kids-those three kidsanna wiernicki: but for his daughter, kari, it was too latein 2013 her ex-husband attacked her in an east texas hotel room.hank huntkari's dad take cg @ 0:17-0:28during that
attack their 9 year old daughter called 9-1-1 on the hotel phone in the room, and she couldn't get 9-1-1 because we don't teach our children to dial a 9 first.anna wiernicki washington correspondent take cg @ 0:29-0:36last week the senate passed the "digit" act which includes "kari's law"-it would make sure that when you call 9-1-1, that's all you have to dialnats pop - phone dialinganna wiernicki: trey forgety with the national emergency number association says the legislation targets multi line telephone systems, like large businesses and hotels.trey forgety national emergency number association take cg @ 0:47in most cases, the only changes a business would have to make to comply with kari's law or even a precise location requirement are a simple reprogramming of their multi line telephone system. it takes, at most, 30 minutes.anna wiernicki: forgety says making those changes won't cost businesses a lot of moneyhank hunt: my first born, the other half of my heartanna wiernicki: but for hank this isn't about dollars and centshank hunt: i miss her truly.anna wiernicki:it's just common sense that he says could save lives.in washington, i'm anna wiernicki. (vicki) the amended bill will now head back to the house for
final passage before heading to the president's desk. similar legislation has already been passed on the state level in illinois, maryland, tennessee and texas. (steve) up next, singer taylor swift takes the stand to testify against a former dj - who she accuses of groping her. we go inside the courtroom... for day four of the case (brittney) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
(steve) president trump has had tough talk for north korea this week... but today he set his sights on someone else... the top republican leader in the senate. coming up at six... why the president says senate majority leader mitch mcconnell's job should be on the line. (vicki) walmart says it's investigating a photo reportedly taken in one of its stores...which seems to be marketing 'guns' as back- to-school items....(steve) catherine heenan is here with more on the photo........and what the retail giant is saying about
it.. (catherine) here's the photo - it shows a back-to-school sign over a glass firearms display...the sign reading "own the school year like a hero." it seems to be selling guns as the perfect back-to-school accessory.. walmart bosses call it 'horrible" ...but the photo also seemed to cause some confusion within the company. a woman named leeanna may says she saw it in a store in evansville, indiana.... the company initially said that was incorrect.....and now says it's still trying to determinewhich store was involved and whether this is even real. may insists she not only saw it in evansville....she also alerted employees and then tried to find a manager. she said that people didn't seem to care.. it's not the first time that walmart has angered customers over a display...last year, a florida store used cases of coca-cola to build an american flag display with two black towers - signifying the world trade
center.... (steve) a woman is recovering from burns after a scary situation when a battery explodes inside of her purse during a city council meeting. (steve) this is video from the meeting held at boulder city, nevada. an explosion occurrs in the back of the room, and you can see the woman jumping while smoke comes out of her purse. witnesses say the incident happened so fast and the woman was on fire. fire crews believe it was a battery malfunction but they do not know from where. they say the woman was burned on her leg, treated at the scene and was able to go home. (vicki) britney spears was performing at planet hollywood in vegas last night... when a fan jumped onstage. security guards quickly tackled the man and pinned him down, with the help of backup dancers. the man's intentions were unclear. t-m-z reports spears' knees briefly buckled -- and she asked security if the man had a gun. she was ushered backstage as the man was handcuffed and escorted out --
and the show later resumed. last night's performance was spears' first since taking a break for the summer to tour in asia. (vicki) it was another emotional day in court for taylor swift, who took the stand in her sexual assault trial...this just one day after her mom's tearful testimony, the insider's debbie matenopoulos has more from los angeles.
white bronco...is up for sale. the 1993 ford bronco will appear on the history channel's ' pawn stars" series. while o-j owned the same truck.... the vehicle was actually owned and driven by simpson's friend , al cowlings. the juice...was riding in the backseat during the police chase. the truck is now owned by simpson's former sports agent, mike gilbert. gilbert say's he's been offered over half-a-mil for the truck. but there's no word on how much the " pawn stars" will sell the white bronco for. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp.
look for only minor changes from day-to-day through the forecast period as a trough of low pressure remains off the coast. temperatures will be near seasonal averages with late night and morning coastal low clouds giving way to mostly sunny afternoons. (vicki) uber and mcdonald's have a sweet offer for uber users in 10 cities across the country. including - san francisco. (steve) order ice cream using the ride-sharing app -- if (vicki) uber and mcdonald's have
a sweet offer for uber users in 10 cities across the country. including - san francisco. (steve) order ice cream using the ride- sharing app -- if you are matched, uber will deliver a collectible ice cream cone to you. then, you can take the cone to a mcdonald's every friday for a free ice cream. uber has offered occasional ice cream delivery since 2012, bringing more than 200- thousand treats to cities around the world. (vicki) coming up next - dine and dish takes us to a fun, casual spot with what i like to call a "boozy twist."
(vicki) if you like tasty food on the run - plus a dash of fun -there's a new hot spot for you in the city's marina district. tonight on dine and dish, i takes us to the newest "asian box"... it's a fast casual restaurant now with a boozy twist. after work cocktails - not so unusual among the young single set.(restaurant patrons) working on my wine first and then i'm going for the mojito. you don't mess around. that is a coconut pineapple cooler. it's actually really good. good for a growing body. but this isn't your typical neighborhood bar. it's asian box... the fast-food phenomenan that's fast growing across the bay area.(asian box server) you're serving alcoholic beverages? definitely yes, it's the first local to do that. and it's
now serving up colorful cocktails in this hopping hot spot.(chad newton - partner asian box) this is the marina. absolutely! we're so happy to be here. everyone's out and about eating and drinking. everyone's so happy it's beautiful. there are the signature boxes of all types vietnamese street food - including prawns and meat and tofu... plus fresh rolls. (grace nguyen - chef asian box) making sure everyone walks out happy. this is the latest location headed up by chef grace nyugen and chad newton.(chad newton - partner asian box) asian box is on a roll, i guess you could say. absolutely, we're having fun this is our newest location - chestnut street san francisco. we've got a cocktail program. we're doing fast cocktails and fine casual. like this saigon shot or this tequila intensive mojoto. there's a full bar - and the drinks are served up in to go cups - only they're not really to go. (chad newton - partner asian box) you've got to drink em inside but they are in a very casual setting. exactly. you can have that with a box and it's a match made in heaven. in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron 4 news.
(vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. steve aveson and catherine heenan are here with kron 4 news at six. (steve) vicki... thank you. next at six. musician dragged to his death during a robbery in oakland. tonight how he is being remembered by his friends ad family.(catherine) plus an east bay nurse.... who helps treat cancer patients... is on the verge of being deported along with her husband. tonight what will happen to her children born in this country. kron 4 news at six is next.
oakland street by a car. good evening i'm steve aveson. ( catherine ) and i'm catherine heenan... pam is off tonight. we're told this began when someone stole the victim's laptop... now police are looking for the driver of the car. kron 4's dan kerman is live in oakland with what he's learned about the investigation. --nats-friends family and fans are mourning the death of bay area musician dave deporis.sot ian petrich/victim's friendit was a one in a million voice and he used it well and an amazing guitar play and he loved to sing about nature and he had a child like eye for magic.deporis died wednesday after being robbed and dragged by a vehicle. it all began during the noon hour at this telegraph avenue cafe in oakland. as deporis sat at an outdoor table, someone came up an stole his laptop, which family members believe had all his music on it.sot officer marco marquez/oakland police the victim pursued the suspect on foot and continued to pursue him as he entered a
vehicle.deporis was holding onto the car as it drove down rich street police say injuries suffered while he was being dragged by the vehicle lead to his death.sotthis happened around 1235 around lunchtime so we are asking folks to come forward with information regarding this --nats-friends say the 40 year old deporis sang solo as well as touring with numerous bands across the country a small memorial now sits near 42nd and rich street where friends can say farewell sot whenever you hung out with dave you would look at life from a new perspective one of wonder and magic, he was a real special guy137 special guy ( catherine ) just a short time ago we learned of huge sting operation targeting a wide variety of crimes in the san francisco area. it's called operation cold day...and it's ( catherine ) just a short time ago we
san francisco and san mateo county. but federal investigators say they'll also go to the east bay and the central valley. kron 4's hermela are-gawi is digging into the sting... look for her report tonight on kron four news at ten. ( steve ) a former contra costa county sheriff's deputy is facing a new charge tonight in the widespread police sex scandal that rocked several bay area law enforcement agencies. prosecutors filed another felony against ricardo perez... who you see here from a previous court appearance in the case. perez has been ordered to stand trial already on several other charges. he is accused of having sex with jasmine abuslin when she was a minor. abuslin is the woman at the center of the scandal. perez is one of several former officers facing charges. ( catherine ) a san francisco man faces several child pornography charges after police say they discovered thousand of images. the raid happened last
week at 32-year-old anton orob-chenko's home. investigators say he had several media devices with pictures and videos. it's not clear what led them to orob-chenko...but he's accused of uploading and trading child pornography on the internet. police say there could be victims out there and are asking for them to come forward. (catherine) a 16-year- old boy is in custody tonight - accused of shooting another teenagerin redwood city overnight.. police believe that at least one other person was involved....and say there could bemore arrests.. officers say the victim and suspect knew each other and there was no threat to the public. the shooting happened in the 3500 block of hoover street....apparently after a fight. neighbors and police agree that it's usually a quiet area... redwood police officer - when officers arrived they found an 18-year-old man with gunshot wounds he was transported to the hospital where he's undergoing surgery.it's unusual for this area. neighborhood residents -- it can be pretty exciting on a saturday night. but generally it's a pretty quiet
residential neighborhood. and i've never seen anything like this. i am pretty surprised. i certainly wouldn't expect a shooting around here. the 18-year-old was shot several times....and investigators have found a gun. as of this afternoon, the man was in critical but stable condition. ( steve ) we now know the suspect shot at by a hayward police officer over the weekend. 26-year-old martin harlan is currently in the alameda county jail. investigators say harlan sped toward officers in a stolen car toward on saturday night...prompting them to open fire. he crashed and started running.... after a brief foot chase... offficers caught him. harlan was not hit by anyof the bullets. hayward police say during their investigation... they learned harlan is suspected of shooting at stockton police officers in june. (steve) those first responders who rushed in when a gunman opened fire inside a san francisco u-p-s building
in june were honored today by the mayor for their heroism. 17 men and women were given commendations and heart shaped pins emblazoned with the city's seal. the heros included san francisco police officers, firefighters, sheriff deputies, dispatchers, members of the chp and the ucsf police department. we talked to some of those who were honored who say there were just doing their job. ái do feel honored that the mayor recognized us and humbled at the same time. it makes me want to do this job for the rest of my career, this is what i signed up for and although this is appreciated i would do it without the pin (steve) four ups workers will killed that day, including the gunman who shot himself. the mayor says the bravery of those first on the scene averted a potentially huge catastrophe. ( catherine ) san francisco police are looking
for two men who robbed a mail carrier. they say the carrier was getting mail from his truck on campbell avenue around noon yesterday. one of the suspects then came up from behind and grabbed some packages from the carrier. investigators say the man then got into a car that had been waiting for him....and took off. this is the latest in a series of robberies involving mail carriers. a live look outside right now... let's get our first look at the weather with chief meteorologist brittney shipp. look for only minor changes from day-to-day through the forecast period as a trough of low pressure remains off the coast. temperatures will be near seasonal averages with late night and morning coastal low clouds giving way to mostly sunny afternoons.
(catherine) a heartbroken family in the east bay is on the brink of breaking up. a registered nurse who, with her husband, illegally immigrated to this country nearly three decades ago... (steve) they raised a law-abiding family - and now face the real threat of deportation. as kron four's philippe djegal reports...it appears time is running out.
(philippe)carl shusterman/att orney- "really, there are no legal options." immigration attorney carl shusterman says he and his clients maria mendoza sanchez, and her husband eusebio (you- say-be-oh), are meeting with u- s senator dianne feinstein to see if there's any way to prevent deportation... but adds this battle has been going on since 2002... escalating when president donald trump took office. and, now any stays on deportation issued in the past are in the past... and, the couple, who came to this country nearly three decades ago, is being forced back to mexico.maria mendoza- sanchez/mother- "i try to do everything the right way, and the only thing i'd say i did wrong is coming to this country without inspection and that's, that's pretty much it." maria is a registered nurse at highland hospital, where she works with cancer patients. she paid for her own college education. and, also paid for her oldest daughter, vianney (vee-nn-ay), to graduate from u-c santa cruz. where her other daughter melin (may-lean) has
one year left of school. she hopes to become a doctor. melin sanchez/daughter- "and, my parents won't be there to walk by my side when i graduate." maria's husband eusebio is a truck driver. together they've raised three daughters and a young son. all, except for their oldest daughter vianney were born here. though it's possible vianney may also be forced to leave down the road. in the meantime, she'll run the family house in oakland should her parents be forced to leave. and, it's looking more and more like that's what's going to happen.carl shusterman/attorney- "they're going to comply. if, uh, if something doesn't happen miraculously by tuesday, they've already bought the plane ticket and they're going to take jesus, their youngest son and go to mexico and live there."vianney sanchez/oldest daughter- "we know that the chances are slim. we know that it might be too late for our family. but its not too late to put this situation into awareness, because we're only a few of the first and we won't be the last." a family burdened by the daunting prospect of deportation. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news.
(catherine) president trump is not backing down on north korea.....he's now warning kim jong un's government to "get their act together." the president met with security advisers today while vacationing at his golf club in new jersey.. he says that his earlier warning of "fire and fury" for north korea wasn't tough enough... north korea responded this week by suggesting that it might attack the american territory of guam in retaliation... president trump - let's see what he does in guam. if he does something in guam it will be an event the likes of which no one has seen before. reporter - what do you mean? president trump - you'll see. and he'll see. he will see. it has nothing to do with dare. that's a statement. it's not a dare. that's a statement. the island of guam has
u.s. military bases....with roughly 7-thousand personnel. japan and south korea have now promised a strong reaction if north korea were to gothrough with any plan to attack there. the united nations secretary general, meantime, says he's 'troubled' by the escalatingrhetoric on all sides. (steve) president trump tweeted a strong and threatening message to senate majority leader mitch mcconnell.(steve) the president tweeted quote... mitch, get back to work and put repeal and replace, tax form and cuts and a great infrastructure bill on my desk for signing. you can do it! the president is suggesting mcconnell should step aside if he can not pass the legislation. mcconnell says the president is new to washington and does not know how hard it is to pass legislation. ( catherine ) san jose created an uproar with citations over fireworks on the fourth of july. the threat that led to the city backing off its decision to punish people.( steve )
(steve) they were chosen to be recognized for their outstanding achievements while serving the community. after the ceremony kron4's haaziq madyun went for a ride-a-long with one of the officers.. you feel proud to serve your community don't you?that sense of honor and pride in serving his community for the past 18-years is why oakland police officer francisco romero was honored thursday here at the consulate general office of mexico in san francisco. officer romero is one of five mexican american oakland police officers who received recognition for their outstanding performance in uniform
am proud of your heritage"> officer romero is a first generation mexican american who has lived a life of service here in the u.s.who is that guy?and folks in the fruitvale are glad they did the consulate general told me that this is the first time that his office has recognized mexican american officers here in the bay area. however he says he is looking forward to this becoming an annual event. in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news ( steve ) a portable generator at a
marijuana grow is being blamed for sparking a devastating wildfire in santa clara county. the loma fire started last september... burning close to 45-hundred acres... destroying dozens of buildings including 12 homes. it took firefighters over two weeks to contain the fire. cal fire says the santa clara county sheriff's office is still investigating the legality of the marijuana growing operation. (2-shot/steve) san jose's innovative on-line crackdown on illegal fireworks was a dud, at least as things stand now...(2-shot/catherine) as kron four's rob fladeboe reports - the city is backing away from some hefty fines it issued as part of the program. rob fladeboe/san jose ".....the city of san jose is dismissing all 45 citations fir illegal fireworks that were issued based on complaints submitted through the city's pilot on-line fireworks reporting tool in may, june and july.amy guzules/got $500 citation "...somebody saw lights above
my house and reported me, that's how i got my citation..."amy guzules and two of her neighbors here on garrison circle were cited but the reporting parties provided no video or photographic evidence. in dropping the $500 fines, the city agreed with guzules thatthe citations are unfair and that the criteria for issueing the citations was not evenly applied to all those who got them.amy guzules...somebody just had to say that the saw fireworks at our house and then we had to pay before we had the chance to argue that we were innocent..."david sykes/asst. s.j. city mgr ".....in this particular case it looks like we issued some citations to people who were not involved in those activities and we're also taking a look at the appeals process..."city hall says it remains committed to cracking down on illegal fireworks and will be looking to re work the on line reporting tool going forward. the people who got those citations will be receiving warning letters nonetheless. and those who already paid the fine will get their money back. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news ( catherine ) google decided to cancel
a town hall meeting with its employees set for this afternoon...it was supposed to focus on a viral internal memo that led to the firing of an engineer. the memo was posted on an internal company board but quickly spread across the internet... with some calling it sexist. according to google... bosses felt that now is not the right time for the conversation. some employees were named personally online and others are worried about asking candid questions given all the publicity right now. the now-fired engineer says he's already filed a labor complaint and is considering legal action against the company. ( steve ) on the peninsula:
a victory tonight for those seeking to use a popular beach near half moon bay. a state appeals court ruled martins beach should be opened immediately to the publc. billionaire entrepreneur vinod kholsa bought the land several years ago and closed off the popular surfing spot. in its ruling.. the court said khosla violated the state's coastal act. the law established back in the 1970s was designed to protect public access to beaches. no word on whether kholsa will challenge today's ruling. let's take a look outside right now for the current conditions in the bay area... chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with the forecast. look for only minor changes from day-to-day through the forecast period as a trough of
football team's season could be jeopardy. what some thieves stole without even breaking the lock to get to their equipment.( steve ) and with health care reform apparently in the review mirror.... now the focus is on tax reform. a look at the plans and what senators are saying about working together.
be a powerful force. nature valley (steve) close to 10 grand worth of football equipment...stolen from a high school in fremont. it happened at washington high school sometime in july, but the school just reported it yesterday. the thieves didn't even break a lock. the school left their gym open because construction is taking place at the site. they wanted construction crews to be able to move in and out of the facility. the burglars stole about 9-thousand dollars
worth of equipment. about 15 helmets and 30 shoulder pads were taken from the football team. the upcoming football season could be in jeopardy because they might not have enough equipment. (catherine) california state officials have fined a popular ski resort for violating two workplace safety codes in connection to an employee's death in an avalanche.(catherine) the state says the squaw valley ski resort failed to correct and identify an unsafe working condition...and didn't make sure that employees knew about the problem. this comes after 42-year-old patroller joe (zoo-iches) zuiches died while working avalanche control in january. the ski resort was fined more than 20-thousand dollars. ( steve ) it is no secret the oakland a's want a new ballpark. tonight the move being made by the team to get everyone involved in the effort to find the perfect replacement for the coliseum.( catherine ) and it's the middle of summer but we're already talking n-b-a hoops. find out when the warriors will face their rivals - the
to washington after the august recess, tax reform will be at the top of the agenda. ( steve ) kron 4's washington correspondent jessica smith reports a couple of senators say they're willing to work together -- but they won't compromise on certain issues. washington is gearing up for its next fight -- this time, over taxes. republican senator rob portman wants to change the tax code to spur wage growth, but he said the senate can't just give up on healthcare and move on to tax reform. sen. rob portman (r-oh): i think they go together. let's try to get these costs down on healthcare, and at the same time we let people take home a little more in their take-home pay, that's going to make a huge difference in our economy and for families in ohio and across the country. jessica smith reporting: democratic senators i talk to say they are worried tax reform will be the healthcare debate all over again. they don't want to see republicans try to pass a bill with only republican votes. republicans insist tax reform will be different. sen. rob
portman (r-oh): there's more agreement in the republican family on tax reform than there was on healthcare, and there's more bipartisan support of doing something to fix the broken tax code. democratic senator sherrod brown says he is willing to work with republicans on tax reform -- but he wants to focus on giving middle-class, working families a break. sen. sherrod brown (d-oh): if tax reform to the finance committee chair and the speaker of the house, is you give more tax cuts to the richest americans, i don't want to put that burden and blow a hole in the federal deficit.congress faces september deadlines to pass a federal budget and raise the debt ceiling. still, republican leadership hopes to pass a tax reform bill this fall. in washington, i'm jessica smith. ( catherine ) those who depend on the government for health care will probably have fewer choices and higher premiums next year. a report from the kaiser family foundation says the number of carriers participating in the affordable care act dropped to about five per state. in
2015... the average was seven carriers. the report says many insurance companies are uncertain about the future of the program....given the push by the trump administration to replace it. in 2018, a single adult earning 30- thousand dollars a year is expected to pay about 200- dollars a month for coverage under the affordable care act. here in oakland, friends family and fans are mourning the death of bay area musician dave deporis.deporis died wednesday after being robbed and dragged by a vehicle. it all began during the noon hour at this telegraph avenue cafe in oakland. as deporis sat at an outdoor table, someone came up an stole his laptop, he gave chase, the suspect got into a car, he held onto it and was dragged down the street, those injuries causing his deathpolice and crime stoppers offering a 15-thousand dollar reward leading to an arrest in this case.there will be a celebration of life service at sol gate studios on september 9th in oakland dan kerman kron 4 news.
the trump administration.. the family says outside of coming here illegally, they've never broken the law. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. in san francisco 17 first responders who rushed in when a gunman opened fire inside a u-p-s building back in june were honored today by the mayor for their heroism.the men and women were given commendations and heart shaped pins emblazoned with the city's seal. the heros included san francisco police officers, firefighters, sheriff deputies, dispatchers, members of the chp and the ucsf police department. four ups workers will killed that day, including the gunman who shot himself. the mayor says the bravery of those first on the scene averted a potentially huge catastrophe.maureen kelly kron4 news here in san jose...the city's crackdown on illegal fireworks has backfired, at least for now. citations like this one, that carry a $500 fine, went out to 45 people earlier this summer. now, after the recipients complained that
the team has launched a website where people can take a survey. it is fairly detailed and is suppose to take about 15 minutes to complete. we have heard from a few a's fans that it actually takes much longer. the team president has repeatedly said plans for a new ballpark will be announced this year. they have focused on three locations including the waterfront at howard terminal. in sports -- the p-g-a tournament got underway -- we'll check how jordan speith and the rest do in round one of the tournament. also - the n-b-a announces the warriors marquee games for this upcoming year... find out who they'll play on opening night and on christmas day -- mark carpenter has the details and all the sports coming up.
calendars-- golden state...opens the year tuesday night october 17th against the houston rockets. could be a possible western conference finals preview between the defending champs.. and a rockets team that made a big move with the addition of chris paul. the other key game that's been announced... christmas day. warriors- cavaliers at oracle for an nba finals preview. this is the 3rd straight year these teams have met on december 25th. the full schedule will be released next week staying with golden state-- kevin durant with a message to all the warrior haters out there. the finals mvp has been one of the heroes of this offseason...as his decision to take less money helped the team re-sign shaun livingston and andre iguodala. despite his goodwill, he's still being criticized for taking a paycut and even joining the warriors in the first place. in an interview with anthony slater of the athletic --kd explained his decision... saying 'i wanted to keep the team
together and i thought it was going to help the ownership bring all the guys back. and on top of that, it's my money. it's my decision. i can do what the hell i want with it.' he also added that people wanted the money to break the team up, but he didn't want that to happen. now going from the world champions to a team that can't get out of its own way-- this is such a kings story. just weeks after signing with sacramento, all-star forward zach randolph...arre sted for a felony charge of marijuana possession with intent to sell. this happened early this morning down in los angeles. reports say police were on routine patrol in watts..when they found randolph and a group of other people drinking and smoking in the middle of a street. in addition to the marijuana-- officers also recovered guns and impounded two vehicles. z-bo posted bail and is due in court at the end of the month. last month-- the kings signed him to a 2-year, 24-million dollar deal. more details have emerged in the 'kyrie irving wants to get traded' saga-- here's
some evidence of serious tension in cleveland. his cavs teammate james jones said in a recent podcast that during the first two rounds of the playoffs.... irving went quote--'consecutive days without speaking to teammates at practice.' obviously, we need a little more to get a clear picture of irving's unhappiness. this comes a month after he requested to be traded. big week for golf... as the final major of the year tees off. --here we go, round one of the pga championship. michael phelps on hand for the festivities. --jordan spieth...looking for his 2nd straight major.. decent day for the 24-year-old. nice approach on the 8th..to set up one of his 3 birdies. he finished the round, one over. --also one over, rory mcilroy. this was the worst part of his day... can't get out of the rough on the 14th. that leads to a double bogey for the irishman. --the best highlight went to joost luiten. on the par 3, 4th-- all it takes is one stroke... 184-yards
out...hole-in-one. beautiful ace. but he is in 150th place -- kevin kisner and tjorebn oleson...your co-leaders after one. both at 4-under 67. --let's hear from mr. spieth. "i hit some good putts that missed. i burned a lot of edges today. it was frustrating that that make the one of out five, instead i missed the ten out of ten from that kind of range, and if i'd grabbed a couple of those i'd fully satisfied. but when i have the chances i had and i just could get the ball to go in on the greens, that's when i get the most frustrated i can out there, and i did that today." to the nfl-- raiders..leaving napa for the week to get ready their preseason opener. here's a look at the silver and black today in their final tuneup before the exhibition slate gets going. not yet known if the starters will play, but there's a chance we'll see a sliver of marshawn lynch in action. oakland..visits
the cardinals on saturday. here is jack del rio. finally, good news surrounding the 49ers... as rookie linebacker donavin newsom has been released from the hospital after suffering a concussion earlier this week. and newsom's teammates off to kansas city to take on the chiefs. it'll be an early look at the kyle shanahan system. similar to every other team in the league, the niners also plan to not..play their starters for very long. ( catherine ) there's more competition for the likes of you-tube and netflix. the new feature
episodes as well as live streaming..which will include sports, reality shows, and comedy. watch is now available on a limited basis -- but eventually will be expanded to all users. ( catherine ) it's been 23 years since the infamous o-j simpson police chase in los angeles.(steve) now that iconic white bronco...is up for sale. the 1993 ford bronco will appear on the history channel's ' pawn stars" series. while o-j owned the same truck.... the vehicle was actually owned and driven by simpson's friend , al cowlings. the juice...was riding in the backseat during the police chase. the truck is now owned by simpson's former sports agent, mike gilbert. gilbert say's he's been offered over half-a-mil for the truck. but there's no word on how much the " pawn stars" will sell the white bronco for. final look at the weather with chief meteorologist brittney shipp.
"the insider" tracking the biggest stories making news today. number one taylor swift testifies against the man who she claims assaulted her. inside taylor's emotional afternoon on the stand just one day after her mother broke down in court. >> my mom and i have always been close. then why "gq" cover boy robert pattinson went to extreme measures to hide from the paparazzi. >> did the uber driver freak out when you got in the truck? and number three "the crown's" queen tells us everything she knows about season two. >> the rumors still haven't gone away. >> i have become a mother twice over. >> but how do the real royals feel about the netflix series? plus your "insider" bonus.
queen b. makes no apologies for her body after baby. how these hollywood moms shed the pounds. and inside ew's sneak peek at the last jedi as the cast reveals the price for spilling secrets. >> you're killed. >> the stakes are high. now "the insider" tracking hollywood from the inside out. >> "dancing with the stars" maks and peta take us inside their italian honeymoon. that's coming up. but we're kicking things off with taylor swift taking the stand just a day after her mother broke down during her sexual assault trial. it's our number one tracking story. the trial taking a toll on mother and daughter as we go inside the courtroom for day four of the emotional case. >> the taylor swift trial. >> taylor swift took the stand offering emotional testimony. >> the 27-year-old was direct and animated on the stand today, at one point holding up her hand to demonstrate how the accused