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gunfire natdozens of modified weapons, thousands of rounds of ammunition ... pounds of explosives.las vegas authorities expressing doubt that gunman stephen paddock acted alone.(sheriff) you gotta make the assumption he had to have some help at some point'paddock's girlfriend, back in the united states, says through her lawyer she had no clue that the man she loved would unleash the deadliest attack in u=s history,"i knew stephen paddock as a kind, caring, quiet man. (steve) good evening. i'm steve aveson.(catherine) i'm catherine heenan, in for pam moore,there are some fast moving developments to report in the vegas strip massacre. (steve) investigators reveal that gunman stephen paddock stayed in another hotel in downtown las vegas before moving to the mandalay bay last week.they say they are not ruling out the possibility he may have had accomplicesand they say the cameras paddock set up in and around his hotel suite were not set to rrecord anything. (catherine) paddock's girlfriend, marilou danley - is reportedly cooperating with the f=b=i, but denying any
foreknowledge of the attack. her sisters in australia say paddock had surprised her in mid=september, by suddenly giving her a plane ticket to the philippines. they were very much in love? do you think that's why he sent her away?yes, yes. danley's sisters asked to remain anonymous as they spoke to australia's seven network.i think that's one of the reasons why he sent her away. danley left the u=s september 15th... flying to the philippines.she also spent three days in hong kong.during that time paddock reportedly wired 100=thousand dollars to an overseas destination.last night danley returned to l=a=x where she was met by federal agents.she was questioned today at the f=b=i's los angeles field office .no one, no one can put the pieces of the puzzle together except marilou, because stephen is not able to talk anymore. offficials have discovered that paddock began building his arsenal last october, buying as many as 33 weapons. in the past year the gunman purchased rifles, shotguns, and pistols. paddock checked into the mandalay bay last thursday.
hotel workers say he immediately put out a "do not disturb" sign.over the next few days he was able to smuggle 23 guns along with "bump=stocks" to increase their rate of fire.this promotional video from one of the manufacturers "what our founding fathers felt deep in their hearts, the long- silenced soul of liberty rose up from a commoner's dream to become everyman's birthright." today senator dianne feinstein said she is introducing new legislation to ban the devices. "i don't know what to do except to continue to fight because reason doesn't control this situation. (catherine) tonight we're
hearing from more survivors of sunday's shooting rampage. one of them - has helped provide some comfort for a bay area family.(steve) his name is kody robertson and the shooting survivor is shedding light on what happened during the final moments of michelle vo. the 32 year old was among at least 58 people killed. her older sister cathy-- described her as a truly beautiful person with a bubbly infectious personality. today kody gave an emotional account of what happened to michelle--when gunfire erupted.
that the family is forever grateful for what he did when michelle needed help. michelle vo graduated from independence high school in san jose.. before studying at u-c davis. she worked at synopsis in mountain view for four years... before moving to southern california. (catherine) and new tonight at eight. among the survivors two north bay couples that found
themselves right near the stage when the gunfire broke out (steve)kron 4's dan kerman has their story north bay survivors of vegas 1004178pkgnorth bay residents joel wahl, his girlfriend kim schubert, their friend jennifer mcgrath and mcgrath's husband were ready for a night of country music sunday in las vegas when the unthinkable happened.sot kim schubert/survi vor 12-16sot jennifer mcgrath/survivor 17-27the couples seperated, but instead of running for cover, they went to aid the wounded as the volley of shots continued.sot at a certain point schubert got seperated from the rest, and found herself undersome bleachers being riddled with bullets that's when she thought she was going to die, so she pulled out her phonesot but she survived, in fact both couples survived and were reunited hours later standup dan kerman/petaluma 140-150
from a fremont couple who survived sunday's shooting. they were celebrating a wedding anniversaries---along with another couple. and shared what got them through the harrowing experience with kron-4's terisa estacio one of the members of this group i spoke with today is a fire fighter earlier this afternoon, i sat down with fire fighter david eastin and his wife and friends they told me they started planning back in may to celebrate their wedding aniversiares together.. but never did they think this would happen.this is the happy group a short time before the gun fire started raining down on them - killing and injuring people so close to them. britni eastin. we like to do things together, but this i never thought would be one of them. the couples have been friends for awhile. their anniversaires days apart. they both hae children the same ages. also along that night was jacquelines brother who had begged to tag along as you can hear and see in this video - as shots ran out, people were running wildly. the couples got separated, but
were both determined to make it out alive. david easton. we just ran. jacqueline. we did what ever we could, i saw people falling, smoke rising from the bullets. now sitting together they are trying to take it all in and deal with the trauma of it all. but a feeling of gratitude is something they all are embracing. we all feel lucky and fortunate. they say not going to busy places for awhile. they say not going to busy places for awhile. (steve) the (steve) (steve) the commander in
chief... offered his sympathy and support to victims of the las vegas massacre.(catherine) the president and the first lady met with survivors of the shooting today....and first responders. president trump said the doctors and nurses at the university medical center trauma center - among others - have done an "indescribable" job. he also complimented state and local leaders who have been working round the clock... the president did 'not' talk about the renewed
debate over tougher gun control measures.. (catherine) you can continue to track development in las vegas at kron four dot com. there's body camera video from police officers as they zeroed in on the suspect. you'll also find more stories from survivors. and - an an emotional letter from the father of a young man killed in the shooting. you can stay connected on breaking news by downloading our free mobile app ahead at eight.. for the third time in less than a week --- a threat is discovered at a bay area high school plus. preparing for the worst case scenaro. a look at how local police are practicing in the event of a terror attack. and next. another laptop stolen --- this time right out of a person's hands. police have new surveillance video of the suspects.
bay are asking for your help in identifying suspects who robbed people of their laptops and smart=phones from coffee shops. (catherine) kron 4's gabe slate joins us live from alameda where the city has had a rash of these types of robberies. gabe? i'm at a starbucks off webster street in alameda..this is one of two cafe's where laptops were stolen in snatch and grab thefts last night.the one here happened at 730pm. there has been 11 snatch and grab thefts, or attempts, of these types of devices over the last few months.police have released surveillance video from one of these incidents hoping the public can identify the suspects. if you recognize either one of these males believed to be in their teens or young 20's let alameda police know they are looking for them.on september 4th they did a snatch a grab of a laptop inside this starbucks on blanding avenue in alameda.here is the part of
the video where they ran out with the laptop.10 minutes later that same day again in broad day light the duo enters a different starbucks in alameda off park street and does the same thing. this time each grabbing a laptop and running out. there has been 11 snatch and grab thefts of smartphones or laptops in alameda over the last few months. the last two taking place last night first at 7p at this pete's at 1901 webster in alameda where a laptop was stolen, and then 30 minutes later just a block away it happened again at this starbucks at 720 atlantic. police say the descriptions given by witnesses vary.. it may be the same people or group pulling off these crimes or it could be all different criminals.one arrest has been made from a prior incident and they are hoping by releasing this surveillance video they will get more leads.police here are going undercover posing as cafe siting laptop users in hopes of catching the snatch and grab criminals. sound from john, pete's coffee customer -" this is a safe area"john sits and works on his notebook everyday here at the pete's off webster in alameda where the latest laptop theft took place.he says these snatch and grabs
the latest incident..happened on the peninsula.(steve) authorities determined san mateo high school was safe today after staff members discovered a threatening note written on a bathroom wall. and on monday in danville there was a graffiti threat aimed at monte vista and san ramon valley high schoolsit had been spray-painted on a footbridge near old blackhawk road. investigators say there was no evidence to indicate a real threat(steve) and last friday at redwood high in larkspur police investigated a graffiti message that threatened a shooting. it was found in one of the girl's bathrooms yesterday. there's been an increased police prescense on campus at redwood high. (steve) when most of us were asleep last night... police at s-f-o were in the middle of a mock terror attack drill.(catherine) they had already planned it -- but say the drill took on even more importance after thelas vegas massacre. emergency responders shut down part of the baggage claim area in terminal one. they simulated every possible scenario in the event of a terror attack at the airport. the federal government requires airports to do the
drills once very three years. but s-f-o chooses to them every year. travelers say they're glad the airport takes the drills so seriously. (catherine) today... san francisco's police chief and two supervisors announced their latest plans to fight the city's growing crime problem. police have already doubled the number of officers on foot patrol this year... but say it's not enough. police chief bill scott along with supervisors ronen and yee - talked about their crime-fighting strategies...including creating a new crime strategy unit to better identify serial criminals... (hillary ronen/district 9 supervisor): "i have the confidence in our police chief that he's going to implement this vision that he has not been implemented in this city for many years. the change is happening right now." property crimes in san francisco jumped more than 30% in 2015 compared to the year before. (steve) now to our four zone forecast. taking a
live look outside at s-f-o. (catherine) kron-4's chief meteorologist brittney shipp is here now with the forecast general warming trend with dry weather through the end of the week. dry offshore winds will impact some of the higher peaks and ridges off and on again late this week into early next week.
new ahead at 8. a flight crew says they kicked a woman off a plane over what she told them. now she's firing back---saying she never said what they claimed she did. (catherine) also -- governor brown signs a bill that could let people take wells fargo --- to court. ((gary sports tease))"coming up a little bit later in this broadcast. national league championship series, who's gonna play the dodgers. colorado and arizona battling it out. if we can we'll show you some highlights in a couple of minutes. we'll also do 49ers, a little raiders. and cam newton put his foot in his mouth, his foot in his mouth. a little bit later in this broadcast." ((steve))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine. scary moments for this
actor...who was playing the role of a bank robber.he came face to face with a áreal cop, who didn't know there was a movie being filmed.what happened next...is chilling. tonight we hear from that actor who is lucky to be alive. that story tonight on kron 4 news at nine. at stanford health care, we can now use a blood sample to detect lung cancer. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for asthma. and if we can stop seizures in epilepsy patients with a small pacemaker for the brain, imagine what we can do for multiple sclerosis, even migraines. if we can use patients' genes to predict heart disease in their families, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. some sick children in
san francisco got their own personal dose of fleet week. (catherine) kron4's maureen kelly was there as sailors and marines made a visit to patients at u-c-s-f benioff children's hospital b3b3a couple of marine s helped a 10 year old patient take the classic game of battleship in an immaginative directiona welcome
distraction to her daily reality of being hooked up to an iv..so we are playing to determine your imaginative powers.he's hard to beat meanwhile a sailor got a pretend examination a young make believe doctorwho's playing here while his sibling is being treated at ucsf benioff's children's hospital. one parent says visits like these helps her daugther feel better.(jennifer kirk, patient's mom 39-42)it changes her for the day she's happier and friendlier and more outgoing it makes a huge huge differenceand her daughter's reaction to this visit?amazing (maureen)while this day of play is a great distraction for the patients here at the hospital and their siblings. this servicemen and women say they get a lot out of it too (corporal maria lopez, united states marine corps 56-1:04.) it's nice i'm glad i had the opportunity to come. just to talk to these amazing kids they're so adorable, they're so cute. i'm really glad were able to do this with other marines and sailors altogether (sailor tyler fears, united states navy 1:10-121)just doing this makes me feel like i've done more like for my
country than just being at work it's a humanitarian mission for the littlest and most vunerable . helping sick kids and their siblings..get their mind off their troubles.and back to the important work of being kids.maureen kelly kron4 news (steve) you can also catch all the action ---live and exclusively on kron 4.. it starts this saturday at 2 p-m ... our mark danon and brittney shipp will be hosting. don't miss the two- hour spectacular....showcasing one of the best aerial teams around. ahead at eight..we talk to a former bay area resident being credited with saving lives during the las vegas rampage. plus.... congress calling for gun control ---what a california senator wants to ban. and next. we're learning more
mass murder in las vegas remains a mystery tonight. we are learning a lot more about the gunman and his girlfriend and the investigation.(catherine) stephen paddock's girlfriend - marilou danley - is breaking her silence. telling investigators she had no idea he was planning an attack. her lawyer issued a statement in which she said she knew paddock as "kind ,caring, quiet man." tonight more people are coming forward to talk about paddock. . a texas firearms dealer who sold handguns to him in 20-10 and 20-11....says he remembers him coming into the shop last year with his girlfriend. he says paddock didn't buy anything on his most recent visit...but did ask how to modify a gun to make it easier to pull the trigger. the a-t-f says paddock bought 33 of his 47 guns in the past year and a former high school classmate - now a los angeles city councilman - remembers
paddock as having "irreverence toward authority." today investigators said that paddock had actually rented a room at the ogden hotel in downtown las vegas ... around the same time of another music festival. they're trying to figure out why. they also say he had an additional 16-hundred rounds of ammo and 50 pounds of explosives in his car. paddock had several cameras set up inside and outside his hotel room...but they were notrecording... (steve) a former bay area resident is being hailed a hero after saving the life of a man wounded during sunday's shooting massacre in las vegas (catherine) his name is james lawson. he grew up in concord, graduated from ygnacio valley high school back in 2006. however as kron4's haaziq madyun found out, a few of lawson's classmates were also at that concert...risking their lives to save others
former high school physiology teacher: "so he graduated in 06, there is james">kelly cooper is proudly pointing out one of her former concord ygnacio valley high school students james lawson. lawson was at the concert in las vegas when the shooting massacre occurred. he reportedly returned to the area of the shooting to help a man who was suffering from a serious gunshot woundhow proud are you?
(steve) as investigators look for the shooter's motive in the massacre congress is turning its focus to the nation's gun laws. senator dianne feinstein introduced legislation to ban "bump stocks" or the after-market product used to modify guns for rapid gunfire. twenty six of her democratic colleagues are on board. at least one house republican agrees... congressman bill flores on texas says he'll back a ban on bump stocks.
daughter was planning on going to the concert where the las vegas massacre happened... but decided against it at the last minute. (catherine) a lawyer for a woman seen on video being dragged off a southwest airlines flight in maryland says she never claimed her allergy to dogs was life- threatening. an attorney for anila dau-latzai says that she agreed with crew members that she'd be fine with the dogs on the cross- country flightas long as they were at a distance. but she says other southwest employees told her to leave the plane. police were called and removed her forcibly... her lawyer also says the 46-year-old is pregant...and required medical treatment after the september 26th incident. general warming trend with dry weather through the end of
a mom put in jail for refusing to vaccinate her child. how long she will spend behind barsas cooler weather moves in---kron-4's vicki liviakis shows us how to warm up with a bowl of noodles. dine and dish is next tonight at 9 so you cannot leave you are out of service for 8 hours we look at a google bus driver who might in fact be a time traveler, and yes i call it a google bus because it has google written all over it i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
woman: so, greg, it's a lot to take in. woman 2: and i know that's hard to hear, but the doctors caught it early. hi, blake! my dad has cancer. woman: and i know how hard that is to hear. but you're in the right place. man: and dr. pascal and her team, they know what to do. they know what to do. the doctors know what to do. so here's the plan. first off, we're going to give you all... (voice fading away)
first off, we're going to give you all... food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees. (catherine) as the weather
begins to cool down....a bowl of noodles sounds pretty good. (steve) and did you know there's also a national noodle day this coming friday. tonight on dine and dish - vicki liviakis introduces us to a world champion noodle master. noodles are a mainstay of many cultures... but for chinese cuisine - you need a real noodle master. enter chef tony wu - he wows the crowds here at my china with his noodle mastery. with 33 gold medals under his belt, chef wu has created oodles of noodles... even set the record for these dragon whisker noodles - pulling 16 thousand noodle strands in two minutes. the human noodle-
factory is big hit with the kids. it all starts with a mound of dough and after lasoo- ing like a rodeo-roper... pounding like a boxer... he plays the dough like a maestro. then there's this spinach tinted - big long noodle. the famous longevity noodle - is ordered up for any special occasion. and when chef wu wants to give his biceps a rest - he pulls out a pair of clippers for the ever popular sissor cut noodles. who knew a simple noodle could be both dinner and a show. in san francisco, vicki liviakis, kron 4 news. (catherine) if you have a restaurant, bistro, cafe or bar that you'd like to see featured on 'dine and dish'. you can send an email to dine and dish
at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out the submission form on our website. you can also check out our new 'dine and dish' facebook page (steve) a michigan woman was sentenced to seven days in jail for refusing to vaccinate her son. rebecca bredow's ex-husband took her to court after she refused to vaccinate their child. the judge order her to immunize the child several times which she failed to do. bredow was sentenced to spend seven days in jail. she also agreed to vaccinate her child as part of the custody order. in the meantime, her ex-husband has temporary custody of the child. (catherine)in sports... we'll update you on what's going on with the the national league wild card playoff game... (steve)... and e.j. manuel... standing in for the injured derek carr as raiders starting quarterback... gives his thoughts on what he has to do bring the silver and black a win sunday... gary has that... and all the sports... coming up these are google's flagship smartphones.
the pixel 2 and pixel 2 xl. both show off the company's android operating system.the phones are water resistant -- pack a powerful rear camera -- and have o-l-e-d screens and fingerprint sensors.the new pixels include access to the lens feature -- within the google photos app. if you point the phone's camera on
something like a sign or an animal -- lens will give relevant information like phone numbers or a dog's breed. the pixel will feature a portrait mode.and does not have a headphone jack.also new -- pixel buds which are átechnicallyá wireless headphones.but the buds are connected with a string.the headphones will be able to translate 40 languages via google translate -- in almost real time -- using built in microphones.but the buds only work with the pixel.google clips is a small camera for people who don't want to press buttons.it will detect something it thinks is worth recording -- and take still pics or silent videos.also -- google's home now has a mini and max version.if you want any of these products -- you won't have to wait long.most will be available this month.
the raiders a 2 1/2 -point favorite at home versus the baltimore ravens sunday without derek carrjack del rio in a good mood depite lposing his starting quarterback at least two weekse.j. manuel will be carr's replacment until he returns he was 11-17 for 106 yards after carr left the broncos game last sunday but through a crucial interception at the endmanuel is a former starter with the buffalo bills he says carr is supporting him al the way (sot: e.j. manuel) "yeah, derek is awesome, man. since monday or tuesday, once we found out that i would be playing this week, he's been there the whole time. like i said, we pretty much get here at the same time. we eat breakfast together. we work out together, all that kind of stuff. everything has been the same, he's just not playing this week. obviously, we wanted derek to play because he's our starter, but when the opportunity calls, you have to be ready to go out there and handle your business. . i'm not necessarily looking for a
second chance because i'm on the team right now. i want to go out here and help our team win. that's the main thing i'm looking forward to." the 49ers are 1 =-point underdogs on the road in indianapolis this sundayaaron lynch and the 49ers defense has been pretty good so farbut the offense hasn't carlos hyde being the only bright spot brian hoyer and the rest of the offense have scored a touchdown in only 1 of 4 games hoyer along with offensive lineman daniel kilgore and his died hair says the 0-and-4 start has been tough but the team is improved and on the cusp of winning (sot: brian hoyer & daniel kilgore) "you go out every week and you try to improve and the one thing was us is it's not like we're going out there and getting our butts kicked. we've moved the ball' we're hurting ourselves with some penalties, some negative plays. and we can see what we're capable of. we just have to go out and do it."
kilgore>"the guys in this locker room, their talented and great relationships. and you just hate to see your brothers not get that win at the end of the day. it sucks, it really does so jut one or two plays away. we're on the right track and these guys just have to keep the faith and keep working at it." panthers quarterback cam newton put his foot in his mouth today when asked this question by a woman reporter "devin funches has seemed to really embrace the physicality of his routes and making those extra yards. does that give you a little bit of an enjoyment to see his trucking people out there?""it's funny to hear a female talk about...
routes (laughs)... it's funny." the reporter jourdan rodrigue of the charlotte obverver tweeted about the incident later posting"i don't think it's "funny" to be a female and talk about routes. i think it's my job."then later"i spoke with him after and it was worse. i chose not to share, because i have an actual job to do today and one he will not keep me from." the annual nba general manager survey is out and the warriors are breaking records 93 percent of the league's
general managers picked golden state to win it's 2nd straight nba title and 3rd in 4 yearsin the 16-year history of the survey no team has been as overwhelming a favorite to win the championship as this year's warriors.the cavaliers got the other seven percent of the votes.in last year's survey 69 percent of the gms who responded picked the warriors to win it all.the oddsmakers have the warriors currently at 5/8 favorites with cleveland in second at 9/2. cheryl reeve and her minnesoa lynx going for their 4th wnba title deiding game 5seconds left linx up 3the lynx's maya moore drives and hits the tough runnerminnesota wins their 4th title in 7 years beating the l.a. sparksfinal: 85-76 lynxmvp: sylvia fowles 17 points, 20 reb (finals record)
life during the nine years he spent behind bars. the 70-year-old is the same ole juice. simpson spoke with reporters while the car he was riding was refueling at a gas station. he say's nothing has changed...and that his destination..was none of the reporter's business. simpson was wearing the same denim outfit he was pictured in while leaving the nevada prison on parole sunday. he is one parole for a 2008 armed robbery and kidnapping case. no word if o.j. bought that i-phone... he longed for behind bars. (catherine) governor jerry brown has signed a bill that could force wells fargo into court.(steve) the bill would require the bank to go to court over its fake accounts scandal. instead of settling dispute through arbitration. it only applies in disputes involving fraudulently created accounts at banks. so-called mandatory arbitration clauses are common in consumer contracts... but supporters of the bill say that shouldn't apply to accounts opened fraudulently. however this new bill won't help customers who have
already taken their claims to arbitration. (catherine) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(steve) grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant)) that's right steve and catherine...extra security on hand tonight for a huge outdoor concertat levi's stadiumcoldplay is in town..it's the first major concert in the bay area since the las vegas massacre.what's being done to keep people safe...next in a live report. plus new at nine...another popular restaurant...closes its doors much to the dismay of the people who work there. why san francisco's rainforest cafe shut down without notive. ((grant))plus...meterologist brittney shipp is standing by with your four zone forecast for fleet week.((vicki))don't go away...kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break (grant) with those tragic images
from sunday's shooting las vegas shooting at the music festival still fresh in everyone's minds.... that many places here in the bay area are taking precautions and beefing up security to prevent that horrific night from happening again....(grant) thanks for joining us i'm grant lodes...(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis... tonight cold play is performing at levi's stadium and police in the area aren't taking any chances... with a strong presence inside and outside... kron4's charles clifford is live for us tonight outside the stadium with details. well, coldplay is on stage right now and there are
thousands of people here tonight. there's also a very strong police and security presense. natsthrough out the day wednesday and into the evening hours, security was very tight in and around levis' stadium. natspolice from several local departments kept a watchfull eye as people arrived at the concert. security guards with the stadium were also spread out watching for problems. for security reasons, authorities are not saying exactly how many officers and guards are here tonight. sources have told kron 4 that there are also spotters on several of the tall buildings around levis stadium.goers we talked to said they appreciated the extra security. sotafter an event, security is usually heightened, so it's probably safer that normal. these coldplay fans also said they didn't want to let the tragic events of this past weekend to deter them from coming tonight.soti think if you live in fear it's not really going to do anything for you. it's just a matter of praying and being aware. i wasn't really concerned about it. i don think it has made me more heightened of my awareness. of course you