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him. also today, we learned, more guns were found at a home in reno, bringing the total to 49.(vicki) but at this time, police still do ánot have a motive in the shooting. we know the gunman - stephen paddock - began shooting at 22- thousand country music fans at an out- door festival...raining down bullets for at least 9 minutes. 59 people died... but that number could rise. tonight, we bring you team coverage. kron four's rob fladeboe is live in the south bay - where he spoke south bay - is live in the rob fladeboe is live in the south bay - where he spoke with friends of another local woman who died during the shooting. our terisa estacio spoke to two survivors. but our coverage starts with omar jimenez, who is live now from las vegas... with what we are learning... about stephen paddock - the man behind the massacre. karin?
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we are learning haunting details about the man behind the massacre in las vegas. police found 23 weapons in stephen paddock's hotel room. he had at least 19 more weapons and thousands of rounds of ammo at his home. in his car, there were several pounds of ammonium nitrate, a fertilizer that can be used to make bombs. police are still grappling with why. authorities say there is still no motive.the mandalay bay resort where the shooter was staying, says it's now providing crisis counselors for any hotel guests or employees affected by sunday night's massacre.the country music star, jason aldean, who was performing as the shooter opened fire...is trying to come to terms with the carnage himself.tweeting today this world is becoming "the kind of place i am afraid to raise my children in." as for the survivors of the deadliest mass shooting in modern american history... we are hearing more of their heartbreaking stories... like this one... where a concert bartender describes why she stayed with a shooting victim
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- jordan mcildoon as he died in her arms. sot heather gooze shooting survivor "i didn't want him to be there alone. there was another guy that was by us. his wife had been shot and killed, the mother of his three kids. and he never left her side. and i didn't want jordan to not have somebody with him." (vicki) people are (vicki) (vicki) people are coming
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together in one way or another... in the wake of this tragedy. a memorial continues to grow outside of the las vegas convention center.. people are placing flowers and balloons - for the 59 victims who died during sunday night's shooting. some even leaving messages for the victims. a fundraiser has been set up to help the families of the victims - pay for funeral services... it has already raised more than 3 million dollars. (grant) tributes are pouring in for people who died in sunday's massacre... and tonight we're learning more about one woman from the south bay.(vicki) kron four's rob fladeboe is live in mountain view where a former colleague helped us paint a picture of the late michelle vo. rob? (rob live) i'm at the headquarters of the mountain view based synopsys corporation, where as you can see behind me, the flags are at half staff. michelle vo worked here for about 4 years. i spoke with her manager.
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rich goldman/michelle ".....god doesn't make many people like michelle...." software engineer rich goldman is talking about 32 year old michelle vo, who was an indispensable member of his team at synopsis for four years.rich goldman".....she was just so dilligent in her work and ambitious and she was always volunteering for community work, everyone enjoyed michelle, she was so friendly to everyone, she was just incredible..."a big fan of county music, michelle vo was among those killed in sunday's mass shooting in las vegas. in a statement, synopsis said it was deeply shocked by her death and described michelle vo as a vibrant employee who made a positive contribution and made many friends during her time there.rich goldman"...everyone is just devastated, everyone is talking about how wonderful she was and how devastated they are about this..."after graduating from independence high school in san jose, michelle went on to study at the university of california at davis. she moved on from synopsis in 2012 and was currently employed by new york life in southern california. she was going places says rich goldman.rich goldman"....she was an american success story. the family came from vietnam without much going for them and michelle working hard and doing all the right things to move herself forward in
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life...."facebook, twitter and other social media posts describe michelle as "a sweet soul." "her personality and smile lit up the room," wrote one post. how will she be remembered...?rich goldman "...michelle will be remembered for bringing joy to everyone around her, she was just one of those special people to be around because she cared so much about everyone..." (rob live) late this afternoon, michelle's high school alma mater independence high school where michelle was the student body vice president. the statement says the school community is shocked and saddened by what
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it says was a senseless tragedy (vicki) family members honor the life of stacee etcheber, the wife of a san francisco police officer who lost her life in the vegas tragedy. as kron 4's camila bernal explains, she is remembered as a loving wife, mother and daughter who will be missed in novato. camila:stacee etcheber was an important member of the community in novato. she was dedicated to her family and her kids she loved the outdoors and horses. pkg: stacee etchber had a memorable character 7:43 stacee is very fiery, she drives a truck, she drives the boat, you know she pulls the horse trailer, she's a cowgirl and we are going to miss her she loved her family... dedicated her time to raise he two kids, was a supportive wife and took care
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of her elderly in laws 7:58 her passion for just raising her kids and in this whole community and right over here with the football teams and the soccer teams and how involved she was a passion the family believes will live on through her kids and all the people she touched.3:39 she shared her horses with her kids, she loved the outdoors, she was a vivacious tough as nails person someone that just never gave upher brother in law believes that even in the middle of the shots and the commotion in las vegas, she stood out5:12 she can be stubborn and she probably said you know her husband told her to run and she said no i'm going to stay here with you and she probably came back and helped other victimsand it's that character that they hope will always be remembered 8:14 were going to miss her it's surreal the moments that we are going through right now but we want to carry on her legacy through her children and make sure she's not forgottencamila:the family is now focusing on helping and supporting stacee's kids. reporting in novato, camila bernal kron 4 news.
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(grant) an east bay woman is back home from that country music festival, and counting her blessings tonight, grateful to have made it out alive. she sat down with kron four's terisa estacio today to talk about what she saw and how she is dealing. terisa joins us live from the news room - how's she doing? (terisa) this afternoon, i had the pleasure to sit and talk with stephanie booker as she went over what happened after the shots rang out. stephanie is a hair dresser from livermore but lives in las vegas now. but after what happened her family begged her to come home. she says it has been tough to really grasp the deaths of so many.
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stephanie booker shared this with me as we met to talk about the concert sunday her legs are bruised with cuts she got injured after running under the bleachers next to the stage after the gunfire stated to rain down. 12:18 stephanie. i was running through the bleachers, i was pushed over, yeah i am bruised, but that is the least of my worries, nothing compares to anyone else. so grateful that's all that came out of this the livermore native and now las vegas resdient stephanie booker also showed me this video it was taking by a friend she was with under the bleachers. at one point, they saw a woman's body right in front of them. 1:25 stephanie. drop right in front of us, she had a limp body.stephanie says while under the bleachers she called her parents thinking this might be the last time she would talk to them. :43. i thought i was going to die. i called them and others, they told me to be calm. stephanie says she and her friends were under the bleachers for about 20 minutes then made a run for it they wandered onto the strip, and that's when complete strangers lent a hand. 1:16. there were some people in apartments, and the let us in, i am thankful for all that. (estacio - back on camera) i also talked with stephanie about the shooter and how she is processing all that happened to her more on her story coming up on kron
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four news at 6. (terisa) i also talked with stephanie about the shooter and how she is processing all that happened to her more on her story coming up on kron four news at 6. reporting live from the newsroom - terisa estacio, kron four news. grant, back news. kron four terisa estacio, newsroom - live from the reporting four news at 6. up on kron story coming more on her to her that happened processing all how she is shooter and about the stephanie talked with i also (terisa) i also talked with stephanie about the shooter and how she is processing all that happened to her more on her story coming up on kron four news at 6. reporting live from the newsroom - terisa estacio, kron four news. grant, back to you.s (grant) our coverage of the las vegas tragedy continues at kron-4 dot com. you can hear more of the harrowing stories from survivors of the mass shooting. and see a gallery of photos from the scene. you can also stay connected to
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breaking news by downloading our free mobile app (vicki) on the hot seat tonight, gun laws in the u-s. coming up - with the latest tragedy in las vegas... there's a new push for stricter gun laws. we'll have the latest from capitol hill. (grant) then - it's considered one of the largest corporate hacks in history. former ceo of "equifax" testifing before a congressional committee to try and explain what happened. (vicki) but first - we are hearing more stories of survival... coming out of las vegas. hear from three brave bay area men.. who sprang into action - once the gunshots rang out.
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helping more than 100- people get to safety. that is what three brave bay area men did when bullets started raining down on the 22- thousand people sunday in las vegas.(vicki) today one of those men described the life or death situation they were dealing with... to kron4's haaziq madyun. he brings us their story. that was the decsion made by david munger and his two best friends chris riley and andy alcaraz when the shooting massacre occurred sunday night in las vegasit didn't take them long to realize that it was not fireworks but gunfire. he says his buddy chris helped their two female friends got to safety while he and andy stayed behind to help people running from the bullets
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and throwing them into this bar. we grabbed chairs and anything we could to stop people from getting inside. people were coming in bloody. the shots were still going on bang bang. the other group we were with we got them out so we didn't leave. we were like we can do more here helping people out">it was an heroic act of courage by david munger and his two best bros that likely saved multiple liveshe showed me this text he received from one of the young ladies he and his friends saved it reads in part...thank you for helping to save our lives kind of a heroic thing you did bro. how do you feel about that? you're kind of a hero in walnut creek haaziq madyun kron4news (grant) stories are
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emerging from survivors of sunday night's mass shooting. take a look at this... a taxi driver said the cellphone of a woman he transported from the scene... was shattered by a bullet during the attack. she was not shot - and survived the attack. (vicki) gun laws are once again the center of attention in washington... following the deadliest shooting in modern american history. democratic lawmakers say we have the lawmakers say we have the power to stop these types of shootings - but point to the gun lobby as the reason why we haven't. alexandra limon reports on the push to strengthen gun laws. democrats say now is the time to talk about america's gun laws.sen. chris murphywhat is unacceptable is for this utter silence, this unintentional complicity from congress to continue.now democrats pushing for laws they say would help put an end to mass shootings. senotor chris murphy wants a universal back ground checks incuding for private sales and
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gunshows as investigators look into whether stephen paddock had a fully automatic weapon - or one that was modified to function as one .. democrats say no one should have access to guns that can fire fire between 400 and 800 rounds a minute.sen. richard blumenthalthe reason we don't have gun safety measures today is because of the nrademocrats -say they're providing a menu of changes in gun laws in hopes republicans might work with them.alexandra limon / @alexlimonnewswhile it will likely be difficult for democrats to pass stricter gun measures the tragedy in las vegas is drawing attention to republican proposals that would loosen some gun restrictions.like a bill that would allow conceal carry permit holders to take their guns across state lines and another that makes it easier to get gun silencers paul ryan / house speakerthat bill's not scheduled now, i don't know when its' going to be scheduled.republicans have said little about whether new gun laws are neededpresident trumpwe'll be talking about gun laws as time goes by. democrats feel public sentiment will lead to change. sen. amy klobuchar90% of the public wants to see a stronger background check. so then you say why doesn't 90% of congress?in washington alexandra limon. (anchor) time now to check on
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our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. meterologist with chief meterologist brittney shipp. look for another round of cool overnight temperatures the next couple of nights along with sunny conditions during the day. a ridge of high pressure will build into our region leading to a warming trend toward the end of the week.
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(grant) coming up, haunting new details about the man behind the massacre in las vegas. we'll go inside the gunman's hotel room. (vicki) and next, police arrest a man involved in a bay area interstate shooting. how police were able to track down the suspect.
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(vicki) happening tonight... san francisco police are holding a town hall meeting to update the public about last month's deadly police involved shooting. authorities are discussing the shooting that killed 46- year-old damian murray. on september 24th... police responded to reports of a domestic disturbance on salmon street. murray was inside the apartment with his wife and two children. police say that when officers arrived... they heard gun fire inside the apartment. after hours of negotiation... officers stormed the apartment... shooting murray. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. the meeting will start at six pm at the cathay post on powell street near vallejo street. (grant) the chp has
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arrested a man who they say was involved in a freeway shooting last month. this is video of sadel wilkes being arrested at an apartment in oakland. police say wilkes was involved in a shooting at the industrial parkway on-ramp to interstate 880. witnesses say he walked up to a car stopped at a metering light... and fired his gun into the car. he then jumped into a getaway car. wilkes is facing a string of charges including attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon. (vicki) rohnert park police have arrested the man they say committed a sting of robberies in the past few months. william hodges was arrested at his rohnert park home today. police say he committed seven robberies across sonoma county since august. authorities say hodges was already wanted for skipping parole in a 20-10 robbery conviction. according to police... hodges admitted to the seven robberies. he was booked in the sonoma county jail without bail. other agencies are expected to file cases against hodges. (grant) capitol hill hosted two blistering hearings today. the former c-e-o
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of equifax is in the hot seat for a data breach that exposed personal information of more than 145-million people. and wells fargo is trying to convice lawmakers that the company is improving after a scandal involving millions of fake customer accounts. but as stacey cohan reports now... some on the hill think new laws are needed to keep companies from playing fast and loose with your money and information. two hearings on capitol hill...two financial titans....two apologies....tim sloan, wells fargo ceo: "i am deeply sorry for letting down our customers and team members" richard smith, former equifax ceo: "i am truly deeply sorry for what happened"but sorry may not be enough... as the american public reels from equifax security breaches and financial shenanigans at wells fargo.wells fargo is in front of congress for a second time over the scandal involving millions of fake customer accounts.and in a rare bipartisan chorus, senators want to turn outrage into action.sen. john kennedy, (r)
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louisiana: "what in god's name were you thinking?"sen. elizabeth warren, (d) massachusetts: "the federal reserve should remove all the current board members who serve during the fake account scam."however -- c-e-o tim sloan says the bank's culture is improving.tim sloan, wells fargo ceo: wells fargo is a better bank today than it was a year agomeanwhile over in the house... members grilled former equifax c-e-o richard smith.a security breach at that company exposed the personal information of more than 145 million people. congressman joe barton suggests forcing companies to pay restitution to every person affected by a data breach.rep. joe barton, (r) texas: "we could have this hearing every year from now on if we don't do something to change the current system" equifax now offers a limited free credit lock product to customers... but members don't think that goes far enough. richard smith, former equifax ceo: "it will protect them going forward."rep. ben ray lujan, (d) new mexico: "will it make them whole? yes or no."richard smith, former equifax ceo: it is hard for me to tell if someone's been harmed, so i can't answer the question.i'm stacey cohan reporting. (grant) dozens of families
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mourning the loss... of the 59 people killed in the las vegas tragedy. including a local novato mother. (vicki) after the break, kron four's spencer blake joins us live from las vegas with the latest.
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(grant) a bay area family is mourning the loss of a wife and mother who was killed in las vegas.(vicki) the family of stacee etcheber confirmed her death this morning. kron four's spencer blake is live in las vegas near mandalay vegas near mandalay bayto take you through what the etcheber family did to try and find her alive. spencer? stacee's husband vinnie and his brother had a lot of hope in finding her alive somewhere here in vegas after they couldn't contact her all day yesterday.
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her brother-in-law al etcheber drove all the way here monday after vinnie told him he got separated from his wife during the massacre.they drove all over the strip and las vegas, hoping she was okay somewhere. al says las vegas police did everything they could to help in the search. (sot)"and unfortunately with all the chaos that was occurring down there with the hospitals and triage, it was almost impossible to find a good, solid list of what we'd call jane does because she didn't have her id with her." (vo)in the meantime, police had been telling people ánot to search in hospitals, because it puts a lot of strain on very busy staff during a mass casualty event. this morning the etchebers finally felt like they needed to check the coroner's office, where they identifided stacee. coming up at sixyou'll hear more about how stacee and her husband got separatedwhich as sad as it iscertainly speaks to their character.live in las vegas, spencer blake, kron four news.
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(grant) and in this time of tragedy - thousands of people are joining forces tonight to help the families of the vegas shooting. a "go fund me" campaign for victims has raised more than 4- million dollars. the campaign was started by the clark county commissioner. the money will be used to provide relief and financial support to the victims and their families. if you would like to donate - you can find a link on our website kron four dot com. (vicki) a hotel suite turned into a sniper's nest.this video from an earlier guest shows the room at the mandalay bay resort where stephen paddock unleashed his deadly
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rain of bullets.(vicki)tonight we are getting a first look inside that room after police broke through the door.(grant) and investigators are talking about what they have learned about the shooter and his girlfriend. "who could imagine this situation? i couldn't imagine it. and for this individual to take it upon himself to create this chaos and harm is unspeakable."investigators say the attack was meticulously planned.stephen paddock checked into the mandalay bay suite three days before the shooting, with more than ten suitcases.photos from the daily mail show some of the 23 weapons that he smuggled into the suite.one of them is next to paddock's body.others were cradled in two chairs pushed together .still more are on the floor.investigators say some appear to have been modified with something known as a "bump stock," ... an inexpensive device allowing a shooter to fire hundreds of rounds with a single pull of the trigger..natpaddock kept firing for nine long minutes until police pinpointed his location."all units on the 32nd floor, swat has explosive
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breach. everyone in the hallway needs to move back. all units move back." unidentified male: "breach. breach. breach. (explosive sound)."bullet holes in the door reveal where paddock fired at officers ... wounding a hotel security guard.police confirm that he had positioned a video camera on a food service cart in the hall to warn him as police approached. when they broke in, he had shot himself.i assure you this investigation is not ended with the demise of mr. paddock. paddock's girlfriend is one of those loose ends.marilou darnley left the country shortly before the shooting and is in the philippines. paddock reportedly used her name to check into the hotel. and police want to talk to her, she is currently a person of interest. (grant) danley's linkedin profile says she worked as a "high-limit hostess" at the atlantis casino in reno. according to the casino website, high-limit hostesses
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cater to high rollers who gamble large sums and receive discounted hotel rooms, meals and other amenities. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. brittney shipp.
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(vicki) still ahead... iconic music legend - tom petty has died after suffering a cardiac event in his malibu home. a look back at his life and music... coming up. (grant) and - we are just learning that the death toll out of puerto rico has more than doubled. next - a look at president trump visits to the storm-ravaged island. (vicki) on wallstreet - u- s stocks were up today... inching futher into record territory. the dow rising
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what's new from light and fit? greek nonfat yogurt with zero artificial sweeteners. real fruit and 90 calories... you'll be wowed! try new light & fit with zero artificial sweeteners. (vicki) u-s officials say the government is expected to request... that cuba cut its diplomatic staff in washington by two-thirds. this after the u-s ordered non-essential diplomats and their families to leave havana following mysterious attacks on personnel. u-s officials believe someone has been
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targeting the diplomats -- possibly with some type of sonic weapon. officials believe up to 50 attacks have been carried out. cuban officials did not immediately respond to news of the expected request for cuts, but have strongly denied any role in the incidents. (grant) president trump and first lady melania trump... traveled to puerto rico today to meet with officials and victims of hurricane maria. and today we learned the toll there has risen from 16 to 34. (grant) and the governor of puerto rico now saying... he believes the hurricane caused 90-billion dollars in damage across the island. (vicki) the president's trip comes amid some criticism that the federal government isn't doing enough to help the citizens of the american territory. natasha chen has the story from san juan. shortly after landing in san juan, puerto rico - president trump and the first lady met with people whose homes were ruined in the wrath of hurricane maria.mr. trump also met with first responders and local officials, thanking people like puerto rico's governor - who praised the federal response.pres. donald
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trump: "your governor has been - who i didnt know, i heard really good things about him - he is not even from my party and started at the beginning appreciating what we did."in the room - was the mayor of san juan - who initially criticized the administration for its rosy portrayal of relief efforts.that prompted president trump to tweet over the weekend about her poor leadership.still - mayor carmen yulin cruz - accepted the invitation to attend today - and shook the president's hand. in a recent statement, she said this visit should be focused on saving lives.local residents told us they hope the visit will bring attention to their great need for more aid - but some are doubtful. sonia cabanillas, old san juan, puerto rico: "what expectations do i have? not many. first, we're grateful. but we're as grateful as people from louisiana should be. we are as grateful as the people of houston should be. we are as grateful as the people of florida should be. we are american citizens" grateful citizens determined to recover.pres. trump: "you always come back, you always come back, right?"mos: "puerto rico is puerto rico."in san juan, i'm natasha chen.
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(vicki) amid the chaos... stories of heroism are emerging. their stories ... right after the break. do i use a toothpaste that whitens my teeth or...
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my dbut now, i take used tometamucil every day.sh it traps and removes the waste that weighs me down, so i feel lighter. try metamucil, and begin to feel what lighter feels like. the country mourns after the massacre in las vegas... while law enforcement looks for answers. steve aveson is in the newsroom with what we are working on for kron 4 news at six. steve? (steve) vicki... we leared a lot today about the gunman who carried out the massacre... specifically we are seeing inside the hotel room he used as a sniper's nest. pictures show the arsenal of weapons stephen paddock had... and police say he set up cameras as survellance to watch when for police coming to stop him. tonight we will have the latest on the investigation... and how hospitals have been overwhelmed by families searching for loved one. we will have live reports from
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las vegas tonight at six. vicki back to you. (grant) stories of heroism are pouring out of nevada after sunday's horror. in the midst of the bloodshed, some displayed amazing bravery -- putting themselves in danger to help others. alex mar-quardt brings us their stories. when the first gunshots rang out, concertgoers didn't realize what they were.jones: it just sounded like fireworks. almost fake at the beginningchaos erupting, as the the crowd of 22,000 country music fans tried to find cover from the hail of bullets..hopkins: "i'm not sure what's going on out there. but we're in this ice cooler right now."musician bryan hopkins hid in a backstage áfreezerá... after running from gunfire:hopkins: "we see a guy right in front
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of us goes down then another person goes down and guys -- i turn - bang, bang two girls go down behind us. so, i grab the two girls that are standing from front of me and grabbed them and took them with me." anthony rabone -- an off-duty paramedic -- sprang into action to save his brother... anthony rabone, paramedic attending concert, rescued brother: "the real moment when i realized it was gun shots was when i heard my brother say i got hit. i turned around and i saw him coughing up blood."using a piece of plastic and some band-aids to cover his chest wound.sonny melton grabbed his wife heather... and was ushering her to safety when he was shot in the back... he died trying to save her.mike cronk: "most people started scattering and they climbed the fence but i had to stay with my buddies." mike cronk - rushed to help his friend - who was shot three times in the chest.mike cronk: "so we got him over the fence once the firing stopped and slid him under a stage so we were safe."vanessa, an off-duty nurse, initially ran for cover, but then her training kicked in, and she ran back into harm's way. vanessa, first responder to attack: "we went back because i'm a nurse and i just felt i
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had to. so i went to 3 different scenes and by the time i got to the third one, there was just dead bodies." addison short was shot in the leg while was shot in addison short was shot in the leg while trying to get away -- a stranger came to her aid: short: "and so i like dove under this like bar to get cover. and this guy helped me wrap my foot because it was just gushing out blood everywhere. i just want to -- if the guy who helped me is watching, i really just want to tell him how grateful i am for basically saving my life." addison says she never got the man's name. amid all the bloodshed.... countless stories of heroism coming to light.vanessa, first responder to attack: "there was so many people, just normal citizens, doctors, cops, paramedics, nurses, just off duty. everyone is just communicating and working together. it was completely horrible, but it was absolutely amazing to see all of those people come together." (grant) the spirit of caring continued after the
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shooting -- as many in the las vegas area turned out to donate blood. some -- waiting in line for many hours to make a donation. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. look for another round of cool overnight temperatures the next couple of nights along with sunny conditions during the day. a ridge of high pressure will build into our region leading to a warming trend toward the end of the week. (vicki) hugh hefner's death certificate hefner's death hugh
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(vicki) hugh hefner's death certificate reveals that
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he suffered from a recent bout of e-coli and a severe blood infection. the 91-year-old died last week at his home, the playboy mansion, in beverly hills, california. the death certificate also says he passed away after going into cardiac arrest and suffering respiratory failure. he was known as a media icon who founded playboy magazine in 19-53. his widow, crystal hefner, said hefner was laid to rest over the weekend at the westwood village memorial park cemetery next to marilyn monroe, the first playboy cover model. "nats of won't back down" (grant) it's the news so many music fans still do not want to believe.... rock legend tom petty has died. after the break, a take a look back at petty's remarkable career.
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who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. (vicki) the music world is
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in moruning tonight. tom petty has died, after he was found unconscious at his malibu home sunday night. (grant) the music icon suffered a heart attack...and yesterday was taken off life support. cnn's stephanie elam looks back at petty's life and career, which touched so many lives. natstom petty's music embodied the essence of rock 'n roll: freedom, truth and rebellion. natswith a career that spanned more than half-a-century, petty was hailed by some as a musical poet. tom petty:
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"music as far as i have seen in the world so far, is the only real magic that i know // there's just something really honest and clean and pure and it touches you in your heart." natspetty grew up in gainesville, florida during the 19-50s.natshe met "the king" - elvis presley - on a movie set when he was just 11 years old.natsthat was the moment, petty says, his life was forever changed and he became hooked on rock 'n roll. by 19-74, petty's gainesville band - mudcrutch - was california bound. the country rock quintet landed a record deal in l-a. natsmudcrutch disbanded a short time later. and in 19-75 petty formed a new band that included two other mudcrutch originals.tom petty: "i really think i'm in one of the best rock and roll bands in the world."nats"tom petty and the heartbreakers" became pioneers of the heartland rock movement - their straightforward rock 'n roll sound and unpretentious lyrics generated a string of hits -- and catapulted the
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band into international fame... natslater, as a solo act, petty's southern-influenced sound brought a new wave of success...-free fallin natsin 1985, petty's quirky persona found a new outlet--music television.he played the mad hatter in "don't come around here no more" natsand years later, a mortician in "mary jane's last dance." nats petty's music legacy includes more than twenty-five albums and countless awards including three grammys. in 2002, "tom petty and the heartbreakers" were inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. petty's prolific journey was immortalized in the four-hour documentary "runnin' down a dream" in 20-07. tom petty: "people stop me and say 'hey, thanks you've been the soundtrack of my life.' what more can you ask for than for those songs to touch somebody that way? it's just beautiful." nats
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(vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) steve aveson and catherine heenan are here with kron 4 news at six. (steve) vicki and grant thank you. next on kron 4 news at six... disturbing images from inside the hotel room where the las vegas
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gunman carried out the massacre. coming up at six... new details of the weapons and the hidden cameras he set up.(catherine) also - an east bay native who was at the concert shares her story of survival with kron 4... next -- the phone call she made to say goodbye as shots rang out. kron 4 news at six is next.
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( catherine ) new details are emerging about the gunman in the las vegas music festival massacre. we're getting our first glimpse inside his hotel room...and hearing about the money trail that investigators will have to follow. good evening... i'm catherine heenan... pam moore is off tonight.( steve ) and i'm steve aveson. a lot has come out today about sunday
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night's shooting... and the gunman's actions leading up to it. the first big development is the 100- thousand dollar wire stephen paddock sent to the philippines. investigators are trying to get to the bottom of who received it and why. and then there is the arsenal.( catherine ) paddock had dozens of weapons... some of them he had modified so that he could fire more rounds at a faster rate. most of the stash..was inside his hotel room at the mandalay bay.( steve ) the number of dead has held steady today at 59... with the coroner's office working to identify the victim. as of tonight... we know the but three people killed in the massacre.( catherine ) the hotel is the big talker... pictures have leaked out showing all the guns inside... the ammunition... and part of the surveillance setup paddock had put together. omar jimenez with our partners at c-n-n joins us live tonight from las vegas... he has the new pictures. omar?
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we are learning haunting details about the man behind the massacre in las vegas. police found 23 weapons in stephen paddock's hotel room. he had at least 19 more weapons and thousands of rounds of ammo at his home. in his car, there were several pounds of ammonium nitrate, a fertilizer that can be used to make bombs. police are still grappling with why. authorities say there is still no motive.the mandalay bay resort where the shooter was staying, says it's now providing crisis counselors for any hotel guests or employees affected by sunday night's massacre.the country music star, jason aldean, who was performing as the shooter opened fire...is trying to come to terms with the carnage himself.tweeting today this world is becoming "the kind of place i am afraid to raise my children in." as for the survivors of the deadliest mass shooting in modern american history... we are hearing more of their heartbreaking stories... like this one... where a concert bartender describes why she stayed with a shooting victim - jordan mcildoon as he died in her arms.heather gooze/shooting survivor: "i didn't want him to be there alone. there was another guy that was by us. his wife had been shot and killed, the mother of his three kids. and
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he never left her side. and i didn't want jordan to not have somebody with him." (catherine) as we learn more about the gunman and the investigation... his neighbors are speaking out. stephen paddock lived here in mesquite, nevada with his girlfriend. the home is in a retirement community... near the border with arizona. mesquite is about 80 miles northwest of las vegas. neighbors describe him as quiet and a bit of a recluse. they're trying to make sense of what happened and how he managed to build up the arsenal he had right under their noses - without anyone noticing.
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a retirement community... near the border with arizona. mesquite is about 80 miles northwest of las vegas. neighbors describe him as quiet and a bit of a recluse. they're trying to make sense of what happened and how he managed to build up the arsenal he had right under their noses - without anyone noticing.
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her are still trying to make sense of what happened.( steve ) kron 4's camila bernal explains why despite their grief, the family is telling people to always live life to the fullest. pkg:10:22 we are angry we're devastated we are frustrated. this was a senseless act for family members, it's not easy to process the loss of stacee etcheber 4:51 we circled around and circled around and then we just had the sixth sense that the last thought was the coroner's office and that's where we found hershe had been at the country music festival in las vegas with her husband, a san francisco police officer. but amid the chaos, the two were separated 10:19:06 you're going to a country concert for three days and you're out in a beautiful area celebrating its one of the lasts sets of the show and somebody starts shooting out of a window it's a scene that stacee's brother in law has a hard time describing 12:36 for it to affect my family, you just never think it's going to happen to youbut after being directly affected, al etcheber has two takeaways.the first regards to safety:11:58 you have to vigilant too be vigilant all the time if you see something that's not right question it if you were up in that hotel room and you see something weird, question it the second is to not let the tragedy dictate how you live: 11:36 i think you just have to live life to the fullest and not be afraid to do what you
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want to do a message he shares with the world and with stacee's kids. 8:14 were going to miss her it's surreal the moments that we are going through right now but we want to carry on her legacy through her children and make sure she's not forgottencamila: stacee was very involved in the community here in novato. she was a soccer and a football mom. loved the outdoors, and had a passion for horses.reporting in novato, camila bernal kron 4 new ( steve )( steve ) newbernal kron 4 novato, camila bernal kron 4 new ( steve ) one bay area high school says etcheber is one of two graduates who died in the massacre. two
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bouquets of flowers have been left at the cal high school sign in san ramon. a post on the alumni association's facebook page says another woman, denise cohen, also died. she was planning to attend her 40 year reunion next week. a kron four viewer tells us cohen had been living near santa ( steve ) a east bay resident that hid from the gunman is back in the bay area. stephanie booker from livermore sat down with kron four's terisa estacio and recounted her harrowing tale. ( catherine ) she says at one point, she thought she was going to die, and called her parents to say goodbye. kron four's terisa estacio joins us from the newsroom with more. stephanie booker says in one split second, everything changed and her life and she says it is never going to be the same. (estacio) 11:13 i have watched it a few times, and i am in disbelief. stephanie booker shared with me this video her friend took it as they hid under the bleachers next to the stage as they and
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others realized that the noise they heard was not fireworks, but gunfire - aiming to kill them. 02 08 honestly, numb to situation, seeing this in front of our eyes. stephanie showed me her bruises and cuts she got from being under the bleachers - she says it is nothing compared to what happened to others. stephanie. i remember seeing the numbers, it could have been us, it could have been me. stephanie says as she is trying to deal with the trauma of her ordeal, she has many questions about the shooter. stephanie. why, why did he do this. as far as coming to terms on what she saw.. she says that it has all changed her. stephanie. i am not going to be the same, how could i
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stephanie says she is home to kinda heal, but she is eager to get back to las vegas, she wants to give blood, help raise money to help the victims. ( steve ) another remarkable story tonight from a survivor of the mass shooting. this iphone belonged a woman at the concert and it might have very well saved her life. a taxi driver says he drove her from the scene... but she was not hurt. but as you can see from the picture... a bullet shattered the cellphone. ( steve ) areas of the famous las vegas strip are still closed off tonight - after sunday's attack.( catherine ) kron
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four's spencer blake is there live -- on las vegas boulevard. spencer, what kind of activity is going on there now? i've seen the las vegas metropolitan police department standing at the corner near the luxor - the black pyramidright in front of mandalay bay all day.they've been letting cars out from those hotels, but there's no through traffic.with the biggest shooting spree in u-s history, you can imagine how much evidence there must be to go through. one of the other things happening is still the family reunification center for people to find missing loved ones.the family of stacee etcheber, who was confirmed dead this morning, had been driving all over town when they couldn't find her.her brother in law, al drove to vegas to help stacee's husband look for her.a retired l-v-m- p-d assistant sheriff says police have been trying to help people find their loved ones, without hindering hospitals.
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"several hospitals are busy trying to treat people and it would take a burden off of the staffs if people would just go to family reunification."(vo) ultimately the etcheber's identified stacee's body at the coroner's office.al says her husband had told her to run to safety at the concert, while he helped other people. he thinks stacee might have turned back, not wanting to leave her husband behind.
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still very quiet here tonight on the strip as the investigation continues.live in las vegas, spencer blake, kron four news. update on shooting investigation!
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as promised president trump pays a visit to puerto ricoto witness first hand the devastation from hurricane maria also - another case of sexual harassment has been filed in berkeley against a member of the university she grew up in san jose and was an advocate for youngwomen in the world of business, tonight many mourn forthe loss of another in the las vegas shooting
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a dynamic young woman from the south bay is among the victims of sunday's massacre in las vegas. kron four's rob fladeboe reports now on how friends and colleagues are remembering michelle vo. rich goldman/michelle ".....god doesn't make many people like michelle...." software engineer rich goldman is talking about 32 year old michelle vo, who was an indispensable member of his team at synopsis for four years.rich goldman".....she was just so dilligent in her work and ambitious and she was always volunteering for community work, everyone enjoyed michelle, she was so friendly to everyone, she was just incredible..."a big fan of county music, michelle vo was among those killed in sunday's mass shooting in las vegas. in a statement, synopsis said it was deeply shocked by her death and described michelle vo as a vibrant employee who made a positive contribution and made many friends during her time there.rich goldman"...everyone
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is just devastated, everyone is talking about how wonderful she was and how devastated they are about this..."after graduating from independence high school in san jose, michelle went on to study at the university of california at davis. she moved on from synopsis in 2012 and was currently employed by new york life in southern california. she was going places says rich goldman.rich goldman"....she was an american success story. the family came from vietnam without much going for them and michelle working hard and doing all the right things to move herself forward in life...."facebook, twitter and other social media posts describe michelle as "a sweet soul." "her personality and smile lit up the room," wrote one post. how will she be remembered...?rich goldman "...michelle will be remembered for bringing joy to everyone around her, she was just one of those special people to be around because she cared so much about everyone..."rob fladeboe/san jose"....late today michelle's alms mater, independence high schoo, where michelle served as student body vice president. l also released a statement that her death has shocked and saddened the entire school community...calling what happened sunday in las vegas a senseless act. in san jose
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rob fladeboe kron 4 news update on shooting investigation!
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(on cam)(catherine)three men from walnut creek are being credited with saving the lives of a number of people running from gunfire at sunday's vegas concert.. one of them says that after helping their female friends get to safety... he and his buddies tried to stay calm under the pressure of helping others get clear of the bullets
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left and as i see him doing it, i'm like i am going to get the one on the right. we're going to close this up, block it off the best we can so if anyone tried to get in they couldn't. we were pulling people down from the second level, down from the stage, pulling of the stairs up top, there was a disco going on, people had headphones. i don't even know if they could hear what was going on"> here's a photo of three people who david and his friends helped during the shooting. one of them sent him an e-mail thanking the men for saving their lives ( catherine ) the other big national story tonight -- president trump visited hurricane-ravaged puerto rico to see the devastation first hand. the president and first lady met with some of the residents who lost their homes...and also talked with first responders and local officials. the mayor of san juan was there... last weekend she had a fiery exchange with the president over the relief effort. residents are hoping the
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president's visit will mean more aid is on the way. the president had this optimistic view of the recovery effort. the president praised the country for its efforts following the hurricane saying the death toll could have been far worse. so far - 16 deaths on the island are being attributed to maria. let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with the four zone forecast.
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look for another round of cool overnight temperatures the next couple of nights along with sunny conditions during the day. a ridge of high pressure will build into our region leading to a warming trend toward the end of the week. (( catherine / two shot )) police say they've solved a shooting that happened on i-880 last (( catherine / end of the week.
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(( catherine / two shot )) police say they've solved a shooting that happened on i-880 last month(( áá v.o. áá )) coming up - we'll tell you where they arrested the suspect for attempted murder(( áá v.o. / steve áá )) and a big question tonight in the las vegas shooting, with so many guns in thehotel room how could multiple room service deliveries have come without anyonenoticing?
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the man responsible for last month's highway shooting has been arrested. this is video of the arrest of sadel wilkes at an apartment in oakland. police say wilkes was involved in a shooting at the
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industrial parkway on-ramp to highway 880. witnesses say he walked up to a car stopped at a metering light... and fired his gun into the car. he then jumped into a getaway car which drove off. wilkes is facing a string of charges including attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon. (catherine) in the east bay... another u-c berkeley student has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against a former university therapist. the lawsuit is filed against eric samuels. samuels was a fellow at the university's counseling center when he began counseling the woman. she says that he videotaped several of their sessions. she claims he asked her inappropriate questions and looked at her in ways that made her uncomfortable. samuels was suspended for one day. he no longer works at the university. (( catherine / v.o. )) upper management at equifax appeared in washington today to try and explain delays in reporting the recent consumer hack attack.(( steve / v.o. )) and we just got some new video from las vegas... we will bring you the dramatic
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body camera footage as the shooting was unfolding.
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( grant ) our top story tonight is
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the ongoing investigation into the las vegas music festival massacre. a lot of new information a lot of new information has come out. the gunman, has come out. information a lot of new information has come out. the gunman, stephen paddock, recently wired 100-thousand
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dollars to the philippines. that is where his girlfriend is from. investigators from.girlfriend is where his that is philippines. dollars to the 100-thousand recently wired paddock, stephen the gunman, stephen paddock, recently wired 100-thousand dollars to the philippines. that is where his girlfriend is from.
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investigators are anxious to talk to her. also... we are getting a better glimpse at the room paddock stayed in at the mandalay bay. investigators
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was a volunteer in the soccer and in the football programs, and they say she was always willing to help.reporting in novato, camila bernal kron 4 news. > here in walnut creek three childhood friends make a split second decision to help guide people running to safety during the las vegas shooting the three men estate the helped over 100 people get to safety...in walnut creek haaziq madyun kron4news here in mountain view
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friends and colleagues are paying tribute tomichelle vo, who was among those who did not survive sunday's mass shooting in las vegas. flags are at half staff at synopsis corporation where vo is beingremembered as a vibrant individual who made her mark with thecompany and some one known for her volunteer work in thecommunity. the east side union high school district and san jose's independence high school, her alma mater, also fondly recalling her memory andtime as vice president of the student body. in san jose rob fladeboekron 4 news more details tonight on what led to one of the largest corporate hacks in history. the former ceo of "equifax" testified before a congressional committee to try and explain what happened. but some members of congress seemed unimpressed with the testimony.....saying they want to see legislation to make sure this doesn't happen again kron 4's washington correspondent anna wiernicki explains what that could mean for consumers. anna wiernicki: texas congressman joe barton says he
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was one of the few "lucky ones".joe barton: i checked my file to see if i was one of the ones that were breached, and apparently i wasn't.anna wiernicki: barton and his colleagues grilled former "equifax" ceo richard smith about the data breach that exposed the personal information of 145.5 million americans.richard smithformer ceo, equifaxtake cg @ 0:22i am here to say to each and every person affected by this breach, i am truly deeply and sorry for what happened.anna wiernicki: smith told the committee that he takes full responsibility. he says the hack on the credit reporting firm was a combination of "human and technological error". oregon congressman greg waldengreg waldenu.s. congressman, r-oregontake cg @ 0:42how does this happen when so much is at stake, i don't think we can pass a law that, excuse me for saying this, but fixes stupid.anna wiernicki: walden says congress need to pass a law that not just fixes the problem, but prevents it. he says big companies like equifax need to be held more accountable.anna wiernicki (stand up)washington correspondenttake cg @ 1:02 congressman barton suggested a bill that would require equifax to pay every person whose account was hacked a couple thousand dollars.joe bartonu.s. congressman, r-texas take cg @ 1:07some fine per
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account hacked that is large enough that even a company that is worth $13 billion dollars would rather protect their data and probably not collect as much data than just come up here and have to appear and say we're sorry. anna wiernicki: smith will testify before the senate committee on banking, housing and urban affairs on wednesday. in washington, i'm anna wiernicki. chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with another look at the four zone forecast... look for another round of cool overnight temperatures the next couple of nights along with sunny conditions during the day. a ridge of high pressure will build into our region leading to a warming trend toward the end of the week. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) how much would you pay
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end of the week.trend toward the end of the week. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) how much would you pay for a classic piece of chinese porcelain? we've got therecord price paid for this bowl in hong kong and what made it so
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valuable. who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians
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it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. how much would you pay
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for a 900-year-old chinese bowl?(catherine) how about
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38 million dollars? that's what an anonymous bidder paid for this bowl at an auction in hong kong today. the bowl is from china and was made during the song dynasty....in central china. it's known as "ice crackle" -- a kind of porcelain known for its cracked glaze which reflects light. the auction house says the purchase price is a record for chinese porcelain. a similar "ice crackle" bowl sold in 20-12 for 27 million dollars. ( steve )in sports... the giants.. after tying for the worst record in baseball... talk about what they'll do in the off-season to get back to respectability...( catherine ) ... and a rookie has the most popular jersey in the majors... and he's in the playoffs tonight... gary has that story... and all the sports... coming up ( steve ) a reminder ... fleet week is coming up ... and that means so are the 'blue angels'. you will be able to watch the show live exclusively on kron 4 on october 7th. it starts at 2 p-m ... our mark danon and
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brittney shipp will be hosting. don't miss the two- hour spectacular showcasing of one of the best aerial teams around.
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held their end of the season press conference late this morning after finishing tied for the worst record in baseball the main topics what do they do to get better and how do they do it? here's manager bruce bochy g.m. bobby evans and v.p. of baseball operations brian sabean(sot: bochy, evans, sabean)"we had some issues everywhre, so we are going to rol up our sleeves and talk about this all winter. in fact we've already had discussions on whwere we need to improve. we've met with players, could
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be some position changes. we've done a good job of being creative and doing these type things and that's what we need to do now.""i think we'll be creative however we can build the middle of the order. i mean we want to do thatand it doesn;t necessarily have to come domestically. sure, we're open to outside options and whether that's trade or free agency or obviously want to look internally as well."we had a last place season. that can happen in sports. just like you have a lost year in life. ut we're not last place people, and we're not a last place organization." meanwhile bochy annonced he will undergo another heart proceedure during the offseasonit will be his 2nd of the year but it is considered minorthe giants skipper said he has an atrial fibrillation and that he almost had the procedure
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during the season but he pushed it back.indians manager terry francona had a similar procedure this season and made it back quickly. he will manage in the postseasonthe 62-year-old bochy had two stents inserted into his heart during spring training in 2015 sidelining him temporarily one of the players hotly rumored to be in the giants offseason plans giancarlo stanton is under contract to the marlins who are deeply in the red and may unload his almost-$30 million salaryhere is the team's new ceo and part
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owner derek jeter on stanton's future in miami(sot: derek jeter)"i don't know him well. i have not spoken with the team. i spoke to the employees earlier today but i have not spoken to the players because it was an awkward timeframe for when we took over the organization. we took over, yesterday is when we closed. so i haven't spoken to him." new york yankees rookie aaron judgefinished his first major league campaign with the most popular player jersey of the 2017 season= it's only the second time a rookie has finished an mlb season with the most popular jersey. judge was 2nd in the majors with 52 hoime runs and added 115 rbi
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to lead the yankees back into the playoff in fact they are playing the wild card game right now against the minnesota twinsjudge broke former oakland a mark mcwire's rookie home run record of 49 set in 1987here are the top sellers(wipe to fullscreen) after judge 2 cubs kris bryant and anthony rizzo came in at 2nd and 3rd dodgers ace klayton kershaw is 4thand the top bay area player the giants buster posey in 6th place (bryce harper is 5th mike trout finished 8th) the raiders host the baltimore ravens sunday without quarterback derek carrhere are some of the players on life without carr(sot: corarrdale patterson and lee smith) "we goota just keep him in our prayers. we know derek, he's just as pissed as anyone else. because of how hard he worked
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and everything he did. for something like that to happen, but he'll bounce back.""all of us just ned to ma=nage our rooms and do oiur jobs. farm your own land man, that's all we need to do."
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( catherine ) thanks gary! we'll be right back
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and exclusive, inside the sniper's nest. the weapon, the discarded food tray and the identical twins. they were both shot. countdown to terror. they had no idea what was to come. and the show must go on. >> are you interested in getting back on the stage? >> an outpouring of love and grief. children without parents and -- >> honoring the heros among us. now, "inside edition" with deborah norville. deborah: hello, everybody, and thank you for joining us. the story of the las vegas massacre is still being told. only now the story is one of selfless sacrifice.
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new videos are emerging showing how many regular people did extraordinary things to help victims get to safety and to medical care. in those terrifying moments, untold numbers of people just stepped up to help. >> go, go. >> terrified concertgoers jump in a cab to escape the carnage in las vegas. this dramatic new video obtained by "inside edition" shows them speeding to safety with wounded and fleeing fans everywhere. >> oh, god. >> you can hear the fear in their voices. >> i am so scared. >> there is a guy shooting. there is dead bodies everywhere. so many people got killed. >> many panic stricken concert goers went across a bridge into the mandalay bay hotel not realizing that is where the shooting was coming from. others fled to the tropicana.
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they spent the night huddled under blankets in a ballroom safe from the nightmare outside. this is the las vegas shooter's suite. the door is covered with police tape. a room service tray discarded down the hall bay. you can see a weapon through a broken door. this is what his suite at the mandalay bay hotel looks like inside. it's the vista suite, a spacious 1700 square feet with a wrap around view overlooking the vegas strip. somehow stephen paddock snaked in 23 guns in 10 pieces of luggage without housekeeping raising a red flag. we are learning how the massacre was staged. this shows how paddock opened fire into the crowd at the concert below using a by pod and gun platform. he used a device like this that turns the weapon into a rapid fire killing machine as seen in

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