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marin county is dealing with a threat of campus violence. most recently, someone scrawled graffiti in a campus bathroom...stating there were be a shooting at the school. the threat was made for tomorrow... on halloween. so the larkspur school is telling students... they cannot wear costumes to campus. last month, graffiti was also found in a bathroom...thr eatening a shooting on campus. police are still investigating that incident. and earlier in september, a student called in a bomb threat at redwood. a senior at the school was arrested and charged for that incident. (vicki) police in east palo alto are searching for a 17 year old boy who went missing late last week.(grant) kron four's rob fladeboe joins us now from menlo park, one of the last places where 17 year old jonathon bedolla was last seen. rob? (rob live) police think jonathon bedolla might have been here in the vicinty of the menlo park caltrain
station before he went missing last thursday. they have no reason to think jonathon met with foul play but they and others are very concerned about him nonetheless. this is a recent photo of 17 year old jonathon bedolla. east palo alto police, where jonathon lives, say that despite numerous calls and text messages sent by his worried family, jonathon has not responded. a ping from his cell phone placed the missing teen near the menlo park caltrain station on thursday, october 26, where police say he may have gotten onto a train. he was last seen about 5 o'clock that same day, leaving his job at stanford shopping center in palo alto. jonathon attends serra high school in san mateo where the administration sent out a statement expressing it's deep concern for jonathon's well being. the statement asks that"all of you pray for jonny's well being and safe return" and to "pray for him to come home safely right away." here is east palo alto police sergeant clint simmont.sgt. clint simmont/east palo alto police ".....after speaking with his
family and friends, this is just not characteristic of him. so there is that concern, but so far our investigation has found no reason to suspect foul play...." "....the vehicle that he commonly uses, the whereabouts of that vehicle is known, so we know he is not using that, we just know that there was this ping from his cell phone traced to the area around the caltrain station in menlo park..." (rob live) police say caltrain, bart and other public transit are helping with the case and are hoping to hear from a relative or friend who might be able to provide some information that will help them find jonathon and bring him home. in menlo park rob fladeboe kron 4 news (vicki) back to our top story... (grant) kron4's haaziq madyun report
president trump is distancing himself and the white house from the indictments....tweeting that paul manafort's alleged misdeeds happened "years ago." sanders: he responded the same way the rest of us in the white house have and that is without a lot of reaction. we're not worried about it distracting because it doesn't have anything to do with us, because this is something that was action that took place outside of the campaign or campaign activity.manafort's attorney - there is no evidence that mr. manafort or the trump campaign colluded with the russian government but former trump campaign foreign policy adviser george papadpoulos pleaded guilty earlierthis month to lying to the fbi about his contacts with russians tied to the kremlin...including one claiming to have "dirt on hillary clinton. and news of the plea deal he made has apparently blind-sided the president... it's an unexpected twist in the unfolding drama around the russian investigation...
when asked if the president is considering the possibility of issuing pardons in the investigation - the white house press secretary says it's too early to consider that. vicki and grant? (vicki) a federal judge has blocked parts of the trump administration's transgender military ban. the block forbids the military from enforcing president trump's ban... it would prohibit transgender people from enlisting or re-enlisting. the court upheld the portion of the directive that blocks military personnel from having reassignment surgery. the ruling states that plaintiffs have established that the ban injures transgender people and imposes inequality on them. the judge says they are likely to win the case because the ban violates their fifth amendment right to due process. (grant) california drivers already pay some of the highest gas taxes in the nation... and we are about to pay even more. the gas tax bill will go into effect wednesday. under the bill... the price of gas will jump 12-cent per gallon... vehicle registration fees will
also increase. the bill was passed and signed by governor brown in april... it is designed to help fund transportation projects like fixing old roads and bridges...and reducing freeway congestion. some drivers are filling up their tanks before the tax goes into effect. "it's a few dollars every time you fill up especially this thing. that's why i'm filling this up because it's empty. haha. it takes a lot to fill it up so but you know it's gonna be a dollar or two more each time you fill up, but it adds up you know over time." the gas tax bill is expected to raise about 5-billion dollars a year. (grant) here's a look at gas prices around the bay area right now... in san jose it's $3.01 for a gallon of regular gas. in oakland it's $3.07. and san francisco is also the most expensive-- at $3.18 for a gallon of gas. (vicki) police in the east bay are searching for a murder
of tires here and there. it is not what i would consider a common thing. a lot of people live in this community because it is such a quiet family oriented safe neighborhood in a reasonably safe place to live">the suspect vehicle is described as a red mitsubishi eclipse with a black spoiler, the second vehicles is described as a grey ford mustang with dark rims witnesses say that there were multiple people spotted in the two vehicles. investigators here at the sheriff's office say until somebody in those vehicles come forward they are all considered homicide suspects....at the contra costa county sheriff's office in martinez haaziq madyun krnon4news (vicki) fire crews are getting closer tonight to fully containing the north bay wildfires. the altas fire... which burned more than 51-thousand acres in napa and solano counties... is already 100-percent contained. the tubbs, pocket and nuns fires are now 99-percent contained. cal fire expects to have those three fires fully contained by tomorrow. the tubbs fire has already
been declared the most destructive wildfire in california's history... destroying over 5-thousand buildings. (vicki) a teenage girl has died... three weeks after she was severely burned in a fire that tore through mendocino county. her death raises the number of those killed in the state's wildfires to 43. according to the "santa rosa press democrat"... 17-year-old kressa shepherd died last night. doctors performed a cat scan... and determined she was brain-dead. kressa's brother -- 14-year-old kai shepherd -- was among the youngest who died in the wildfires. the shepherd family tried escaping the flames in their car... but their car caught fire. (grant) and families affected by the deadly firestorm are slowly getting back to something resembling normal life. kron 4's lydia pantazes was there today as more students returned to school in santa rosa. happening today... more students in santa rosa will return to school for the first time since the deadly firestorm. 11 schools are
(grant) and kron four is teaming up once again with the salvation army to help out victims of the deadly fires. we did right after hurricane harvey... and we are doing it again this friday to raise money for the north bay fire victims. the donation lines will be open during the kron four morning news from 6 a-m until 10 a-m. they will open up again in the evening... from 5:00 until 10:00. and as always if you cannot call in to donate... you can also make contribution at kron4.com. (vicki) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp.
dry and seasonable weather tuesday through thursday. light rain chances reach the north bay later thursday night into friday with an initial cold front passing north to south through saturday morning. a break in the precip before another cold front passes through sunday. rain totals look light to moderate over the weekend.
(grant) a violent hit and run in the east bay... and tonight police are searching for the driver who injured a father. (vicki) plus... new information in the arrest of an a's player. (grant) and a but of good news for san francisco drivers... how your commute is getting better...at least according to one firm that tracks traffic
(grant) more tonight on the charges three people tied to the trump campaign are now facing. this is a result of the ongoing investigation into russian election meddling. (vicki) our washington correspondent alexandra limon is live in washington d-c with the very latest on the investigation. alexandra? monday morning former trump campaign manager paul manafort turned himself in to the fbi after he and a richard gates who alsow worked for the campagin were indicted as part of special consel robert muellers investigation into russian election meddling. theyre facing 12 countsincludin g conspiracy against the united states, conspiracy to commit money laundering, making false statemetns to federal investgators and seven counts of failing to report foreign accounts. senator orrin hatch / utah (r)it's a
serious set of charges. because i have to say, bob mueller is a very honest guy. so you can't just toss it off and say there's nothing to it.sarah huckabee sanders / white house press secretarytoday's announcement has nothing to do with the president, has nothing to do with the president's campaign or campaign activity.alexandra limon / @alexlimonnews lawmakers from both the senate and house intelligence committees made statements saying the investigation into russian election meddling will be long and complex and again they indicate there may be additional charges and additional people charged. california representative eric swallwell says, a lot of questions are raised by the
latest developments in special council robert muellers probe into russian election meddling. seric swallwell / california (d) the president has zero credibility when it comes to what happened with russia and what his role in that was. for him to say no collusion the same a senior policy advisor who he calls an excellent guy, admits he was travelling abroad to work with the russiansthat trump campaign advisor george papadopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to federal offcials about his contacts with russian nationals during the 2016 elections on october 5thbut documents just became unsealed
(grant) san pablo police are looking for a hit and run driver who critically injured a young father. it happened on the 15-hundred block of emeric avenue. kron4's maureen kelly talked to witnesses who say the victim was sent flying in the air by the force of the impact. (vicki ) (vicki )a new report is out -
washington, d=c... by a razor=thin margin. the 'robert half executive recruiting firm' says the average round=trip commute time in the nation's capital is 60=point=42 minutes... compared to san francisco's 59=point=two-zero minutes. that works out to 73 seconds. natheading west on the bay bridge in the evening.the grinding daily backup has helped to put san francisco near the top of the nation's worst cities for commuters.the new report is based on surveys with more than 27=hundred workers in 27 metropolitan areas.here are the top five.you can see there isn't much of a spread ... just seven minutes total.los angeles is in eighth place ... but its commuters are the unhappiest in the country.san francisco is the only city to make the top five in both commute time and stress.others on the stress list are miami, number two, followed by austin, texas and phoenix,
arizona. (catherine) the report says employers need to know that long commute times can make their job offerings less attractive. the company suggests offering incentives like staggered work hours, telecommuting and increasing commute subsidies. vicki and grant? (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. dry and seasonable weather tuesday through thursday. light rain chances reach the north bay later thursday night into friday with an initial
(grant) new information tonight in the arrest of oakland a's catcher bruce maxwell. police say he showed signs of intoxication when he was arrested following accusations that he pointed a handgun at the head of a woman in scottsdale. it happened when she was delivering food to his home. records released today give more details on his arrest, but don't offer an explanation for why he allegedly pointed the gun at the driver. maxwell has denied the accusations. you might remember... maxwell was the only player in major league baseball to take a knee this year during the national anthem to protest racial injustice. (vicki) the murder that sparked a national debate on immigration-- enters it's second week in court. and today we are hearing from the officer who describes how the bullet ricocheted -- and hit and killed kate steinle. (grant) important
(vicki) a team of norwegian researchers is linking acetaminophen to a-d-h-d.(grant) acetaminophen is the active ingredient in tylenol and hundreds of other over-the- counter and prescription drugs. researchers studied 95-thousand mothers over ten years... and discovered women who consumed the drug while pregnant increased their risk of having a child with a-d-h-d by 220 percent. (vicki) researchers say this only applies to women who took the drug for a month or longer during pregnancy. however--- they cite the lack of a standard in diagnosing the condition as a major flaw in the research. according to the c-d-c, 65 percent of american women use acetaminophen during pregnancy
to control pain. (vicki) and still ahead... more fallout in hollywood over sexual harrassment... the latest to confess... kevin spacey. but not everyone is ready to accept his appology. we'll explain why.(grant) and we take a closer look at the developents in the russian meddling probe. what's happening that not everyone might be seeing. we'll be right back with our political
nothing to do with the president has nothing to do with the president's campaign or campaign activity. the real collusion scandal as we've said several times before has everything to do with the clinton campaign fusion gas and russia.>(grant) the white house is distancing itself from the indictments of former trump campaign manager paul manafort...and manafort's right hand man... rick gates. manafort and gates pleaded "not guilty" in federal district court in washington this afternoon, after surrendering to federal authorities earlier in the day. (grant) joining me now is the former chair of the california republican party...and author of the divided era-- tom del beccaro. he is here to help us break down the charges
(catherine) the 'house of cards' actor is being accused of making sexual advances to a young colleague in 1986... but he's being criticized for seeming to try to deflect the assault allegationsby coming out of the closet.. actor anthony rapp was only 14 when he claims spacey got physical with him at a party 31 years ago. spacey says he doesn't remember....but is sorry if it happened. repercussions today include the fact that netflix and the producer of 'house of cards' say they're deeply troubled. they sent executives to the set of the ongoing production - saying they want the cast and crew to feel "safe and supported." also saying the 6th season of the series will be the last. earlier this month a former news anchor tweeted that the harvey weinstein scandal had givenher the courage to to accuse spacey of attacking someone close to her. heather unruh tweeted that she was a fan until he "assaulted a loved one." saying "time the
dominoes fell." today - others are also claiming to know people who have been treated inappropriatelyby spacey...including while he was artistic director of london's old vic theatre. spacey himself has suggested that more stories and claims against him might emerge... grant and vicki? (brittney) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
from the new england patriots.. in exchange for a second round draft pick next year. more ont he trade coming up at six... and we'll also hear from the two sailors that were rescued after 5 months adrift in the pacific... and how their dogs helped them stay hopeful. it's all coming up at six.. but right now let's get back to the (vicki) the murder trial of kate steinle enters its second week. and today-- the police office who helped supervise the investigation took the stand. officer john evans testified about the bullet's trajectory. he says the bullet ricocheted off the ground -- about 100 yards away before hitting kate steinle in the back. officer evans says investigators found a mark on the pier's concrete floor-- four days after the shooting. lawyers for jose garcia zarate argue that the ricochet shows the shooting was accidental. prosecutors charged garcia zarate with murder because they say he meant to point the gun at a crowd of people and pulled the trigger.
(vicki) police in modesto are investigating a deadly drive-by shooting... and the victim was just 5-years-old. tonight-- we are hearing the emotional plea from the little boy's mother. reporter ken mashinchi has the story. asia thompson/mother"his smile! his smile was gold, the boy was golden."mom asia thompson does not hide her pride and love for her son xavier.asia thompson/mother"my son was amazing he was my everything."thompson tells me her five year old wanted to be a professional football player and a pro wrestler some day. sadly, that day will never come...saturday night xavier was in his family's garage when he was shot in what modesto police say was a drive by shooting.the young boy was rushed to a hospital, fighting for his life the entire time his mom says.asia thompson/mother"it took everything out of him i can only imagine what he was thinking."xavier didn't make it...he died at the hospital. in the past 24 hours, thompson
says she hasn't slept or ate, and has cried out all her tears...exhausted, she still hears her son's voice in her head.asia thompson/mother"all i could hear him say all day today is 'mom i love you to the moon and back:' 'is that what he always said to you?' 'every day when i left when i picked him up, when he was in trouble he thought it was going to get him out of anything and it almost did." now thompson wants one thing - for the person who took this smile away from her and the world...to pay for what they did.asia thompson/mother"i want justice for booba, xavier needs justice someone has to answer to this." (vicki) that was ken mashinchi reporting. a second boy, a six-year-old, was also shot in the same area.
his injuries are reportedly non-life- threatening. no word yet on any suspects or a possible motive. (grant) police say they added more security at california's great america amusement park in the south bay. this after chaos erupted during a halloween event over the weekend. the santa clara police department says they received reports of fights and thefts happening in the park saturday night. multiple people suffered minor injuries and several cell phones were stolen in the chaos. police confirmed that a taser was used on a person who was trying to steal a cell phone. that person got away. two people were arrested. (grant) police in san jose are searching for a driver after he injured an officer during a sideshow. it happened around 10 last night on hostetter road near interstate 680. the officer was treated at the hospital for non-life threatning injuries. the driver left the scene. he was last seen driving in a maroon or brown nissan 240-s-x-e. five drivers have already been arrested in connection to this sideshow.
(grant) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. dry and seasonable weather tuesday through thursday. light rain chances reach the north bay later thursday night into friday with an initial cold front passing north to south through saturday morning. a break in the precip before another cold front passes through sunday. rain totals look light to moderate over the weekend.
(vicki) retailers are set to scare up a record nine- point-one billion dollars in halloween sales this year. (grant) that's according to a survey released by the national retail federation. people are expected to spend three-point-four billion on costumes, two-point-seven billion on candy, and two-point-seven billion on decorations. americans are set to shell out an average of just over 86 bucks each.
that is an eight-point-three percent year. (vicki) and dressing up for halloween can get political.(grant) last year -- stores were flooded with donald trump masks and hillary clinton power suits. but will you see similar costumes this year?(vicki) mary moloney explains in today's consumer watch. during election years -- popular halloween costumes are political.last year -- donald trump and hillary clinton themed get-ups dominated.but when there isn't a campaign going on -- political costumes aren't as popular.this year could be different.according to the national retail federation -- one-point-five million american adults will be inspired by the headlines. that's 200-thousand fewer people who got political last halloween.but the politically charged costume is still in the top ten.google has its own list....compiled from search data. it says wonder woman reigns supreme as the most searched halloween costume this year.so expect to see more lassoes of truth -- and less political masks at halloween events.for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney.
(vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) steve aveson and catherine heenan are here with kron 4 news at six. (catherine) thank you grant/vicki an east bay dad is the victim of a hit- and-run.. and who was behind the wheel of the car that hit him is a mystery. what we;ve learned about the dad, how it happened and the answers the family is seeking. (steve) and the big development for the 49ers. with a 0h-and-8 record.. the san francisco team may have found themselves a new quarterback. more about the new guy .. jimmy garoppolo... from our sports director gary radnich.(steve) it;s all coming up next on kron 4 news
a young father is critically injured in a hit and run and now san pablo police are searching for the driver.good evening i'm steve avesonand i'm catherine heenan... pam is off tonight. the collision happened on emeric avenue not far from rumrill boulevard.that's where kron4's maureen kelly talked to the family friend the young man was visiting right before he was sent flying by the impact. robert armstong had just finished sunday dinner a little after 7pm october 22nd at this house on emeric avenue. the accident happened just after he'd walking back
across the street after escorting his girlfriend and their two three year old twins to their car.i seen people running toward him and when i got there i thought maybe he was gone that's what i thought that's what i thought the way his body was mangled really i thought that was the end of him.charlotte sherman says the 22 year old flew up 15 feet.which is higher than her house.and he came down hard, two door down. he's listed in critical by stable condition at john muir hospital.he suffered some severe head trauma as well as injuries to visit as well as injuries to his upper torsosan pablo police say the suspect vehcile was last headed east on emeric. (maureen)right now the description on the suspect vehicle is limited. all police have at this point is that it's a dark colored 4 door vehicle, either an ultima or a nissan. the one distinct thing witnesses on the scene remember is that it had silver door handles.there's gonna be some noticeable damage to the vehicle we don't know exactly where on the vehicle that might be identified but
there's gonna be some identifiable damagethose who live around in this neighborhood says they've had problems with cars doing donuts or ignoring the stop signs. kids travel the street all the time too they skateboard and bicycle and what have you so were in a have to get something started here for safetysherman says in the light of this terrible accident, she thinks the city should install speed bumps to make this street safer.maureen kelly kron4 news. (catherine) an update on big story kron four news brought to you over the weekend. police in scottsdale arizona say a's catcher bruce maxwell showed signs of being drunk when he was arrested. this is maxwell from his court appearance yesterday... he's facing a charge of aggravated assault. investigators say he was arrested saturday night after he pointed a gun at a woman who delivered food to his home. so far police have not released a motive. the
a's have put out a statement expressing their disappointment. maxwell made headlines during baseball season when he became the first player to take a knee during the national anthem. (on cam)( catherine )the shooting death of man trying to keep streets safe in his east bay neighborhood has sparked outrage fromsome of the people who live there.. ( steve )(on cam)one of the victim's neighbor's told kron4's haaziq madyun that the man was known for looking after everybody there a deadly altercation stemming from an argument over vehicles drving to fast in a residential neighborhood.. .that is what investigators here at the contra costa county sheriff's office say led to the shooting death of 48-year-old bradley machugh here on wild drive in discovery bay early sunday morning
come on the tip line and we are working all of the leads very aggressively and we are confident something is going to come of this case">in discovery bay haaziq madyun kron4news ( steve ) in the east bay: a man who fremont police say gave them the slip over the weekend during a standoff is in custody tonight. police say they are currently talking with 41-year-old thomas beltran after he turned himself in today. officers were called out to a home in the city's glenmoor neighborhood on saturday morning. they say beltran's girlfriend reported he had attacked her. a swat arrived a short time later...and after nine hours they went inside only to discover beltran was gone. ( catherine ) new at six: a serial robbery suspect is under arrest tonight in san jose.... and police are looking for more possible victims to come forward. 21-year-old lawrence carter is accused of at least seven robberies targeting elderly east indian and asian women. investigators say he'd approach them and yank gold chains off their necks. police have released this
surveillance video..which they say shows one of the robberies. you can see the suspect get out of an s-u-v and approach two women. investigators tell kron four that carter may be responsible for several other heists in san jose and possibly other bay area cities. if you have any information about this case... san jose police would like to hear from you. ( steve ) a big story tonight: the first arrests have been made in robert mueller's russia probe. two former trump campaign officials have been indicted and went before a judge.( catherine ) at the same time... a former trump campaign adviser has pleaded guilty to lying to the f-b-i about contacts with russian intermediaries. karin caifa with our partners at c-n-n sorts out the scandal. the white house on monday - distancing themselves from the indictments of former trump campaign officials paul manafort and rick gates.sarah sanders/white house press
secy: today's announcement has nothing to do with the president. has nothing to do with the president's campaign or campaign activity. manafort and gates pleaded "not guilty" in federal district court in washington monday afternoon, after surrendering to federal authorities earlier in the day. kevin downing/ paul manafort's attorney: i think you all saw today that president donald trump was correct. there us no evidence that mister manafort or the trump campaign colluded with the russian government. these initial charges do not cover any activities related to the 20-16 campaign, but it's possible additional charges could come later. the indictment against manafort and gates contains 12 counts -- including -- -- conspiracy against the united states-- conspiracy to launder money-- unregistered agent of a foreign principal-- false and misleading u-s foreign agents registration act statements-- false statements-- and seven counts of failure to file reports of foreign bank and financial accounts. additionally -- newly unsealed records today show that george papadopolous -- a former foreign policy advisor to the trump campaign, has pleaded guilty for making false statements to the fbitrump's attorney jay sekulow said the president will not interfere as mueller continues his work. jay sekulow/attorney for
president trump: the president has not -- is not interfering with the special counsel mueller's position. he's not firing the special counsel. he's said that before. i'm not concerned about where this goes. i think one thing this does is establish special counsel is moving expeditiously and that's i think good for the country and good for the president.in washington, i'm karin caifa. (catherine) a federal judge in washington is barring president trump from changing the policyon military service by transgender people... the president said in august that he intended to reverse course on a policy thatallows troops to serve openly as transgenders.. but today a u.s. district judge wrote that members of the military who had sued overthe change were likely to win their lawsuit..... and she said no evidence had been presented to indicate why there should be a ban. it's a move that effectively bars the trump administration from up-ending the currentopen door policy... a live look outside right now... as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist brittney shipp.
dry and seasonable weather tuesday through thursday. light rain chances reach the north bay later thursday night into friday with an initial cold front passing north to south through saturday morning. a break in the precip before another cold front passes through sunday. rain totals look light to moderate over the weekend. (steve) (steve) a teenage girl
has died... three weeks after she was severely burned in a fire that tore through mendocino county. her death raises the number of those killed in the state's wildfires to 43. according to the "santa rosa press democrat"... 17-year-old kressa shepherd died last night. doctors performed a cat scan... and determined she was brain-dead. kressa's brother -- 14-year-old kai shepherd -- was among the youngest who died in the wildfires. the shepherd family tried escaping the flames in their car... but their car caught fire. ( steve ) turning to the north bay wildfires... and this is shaping a pretty big week as the region looks to move forward.( catherine ) cal fire is very close to having the fires contained... and life is slowly getting back to normal. grant lodes is here with the updates.
( grant ) steve and catherine... another good sign today out of santa rosa which has been especially devastated. students returned to class at santa rosa high school... it was one of eleven schools where classes resumed today. 13 other schools in the city started up again last friday. the school district is making sure it is looking out for the children. counselors are on hand... and breakfast and lunch are being offered for free for the rest of the year. students we talked to this morning know they are walking into a delicate situation and say they know some of their classmates have had a horrific few weeks.
the fires, but i think it is good, it is a bit of normalcy for the community."> ( grant ) as of tonight... all of santa rosa's city schools are back open. it is estimated about 900 homes within the school district burned down in the fire. ( grant ) now for an update on the fires themselves. cal fire expects to have all the major north bay wildfires contained by tomorrow. the tubbs, nuns and pocket fires are 99-percent contained. the atlas fire which devastated napa county was fully contained on friday. the tubbs fire has already been declared the most destructive wildfire in california's history. it destroyed nearly 29-hundred homes just in santa rosa. ( grant ) and kron four is teaming up once again with the salvation army. we did this following hurricane harvey... and we are doing it again this friday to raise money for the north bay fire victims. the donation lines will be open during the
kron four morning news from 6 a-m until 10 a-m. they will open up again in the evening... from 5 p-m until 10 p-m.( grant ) and as always if you cannot call in to donate... you can also make contribution online. steve and catherine. a dangerous gathering as a group of side show motorcyclists takeover local highways, we've got stunning new images. and the 49ers have just pulled off a big trade with the patriots. the quarterback they've just acquired - and what it cost them - coming up in sports. and desperate times for a high school community on the peninsula asa respected student is missing and nowhere to be found.
(2-shot/steve) east palo alto police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing teenager. kron four's rob fladeboe reports on what we know about the search for jonathon bedolla. this is a recent photo of 17 year old jonathon bedolla. east palo alto police, where jonathon lives, say that despite numerous calls and text messages sent by his worried family, jonathon has not responded. a ping from his cell phone placed the missing teen near the menlo park caltrain station on thursday, october 26, where police say he may have gotten onto a train. he was last seen about 5 o'clock that same day, leaving his job at stanford shopping center in palo alto. jonathon attends serra high school in san mateo where the administration sent
out a statement expressing it's deep concern for jonathon's well being. the statement asks that"all of you pray for jonny's well being and safe return" and to "pray for him to come home safely right away." here is east palo alto police sergeant clint simmont.sgt. clint simmont/east palo alto police ".....after speaking with his family and friends, this is just not characteristic of him. so there is that concern, but so far our investigation has found no reason to suspect foul play...." "....the vehicle that he commonly uses, the whereabouts of that vehicle is known, so we know he is not using that, we just know that there was this ping from his cell phone traced to the area around the caltrain station in menlo park..." caltrain, bart and other police agencies are helping with the case and jonathon's family has reached out for help via social media in the hope that someone will come forward with information that will help bring him home. in
menlo park rob fladeboe kron 4 news. ( steve ) there's been yet another threat tonight at a north bay high school. someone left graffiti in a restroom... saying there would be a shooting tomorrow. this is the third time someone has made a threat against the larkspur school this year. a student was arrested back in september after making a bomb threat. ( steve ) we sent out the alert about this story through the kron four mobile app at 1- 06 this afternoon. the app is free to download for apple and android devices. to stay on top of breaking news stories... make sure you enable the push alert feature. ( catherine ) one person is recovering tonight after being rescued during a house fire in moraga. the police department sent kron four this photo -- showing the aftermath of the fire on archer circle. it was reported just before 5 this morning. a man was pulled out of the home and taken to the hospital with burns... details of his condition haven't been released to the public. a second person who was inside
the house escaped... unscathed. the cause is under investigation. ( catherine ) we're still waiting for word on the identity of the man who died in a fire yesterday in san francisco. flames gutted the home on molimo drive... killing one person inside and injuring a second. there's no word yet on how the fire started.. (steve) it's been more than a month since hurricane maria devastated puerto rico. most of the island is still without fire.(catherine) reporter john lawrence explains why puerto rico now wants to replace the company hired to remedy the situation. puerto rico wants to end its deal with whitefish energy. gov. ricardo rossello/puerto rico"in the interest of protecting our public interest, i have asked the board of the power authority to invoke the cancellation clause in the contract immediately."whitefish was awarded a 300-million dollar deal to restore power to parts
of puerto rico.the two-year- old montana-based company only had a few full-time employees prior to maria.sen. maria cantwell/d-washington"there are issues here in how this contract came about, there are issues in the contract itself." the puerto rico electric power authority is calling for the whitefish deal to be canceled.but they'll let whitefish finish the work it has started.whitefish issued a statement saying it is "very disappointed" in the decision to cancel the deal, and that doing so "will only delay what the people of puerto rico want and deserve.....to have power restored quickly."many puerto ricans are desperate, having spent more than a month in the dark.voice of gov. andrew cuomo/d-new york"no power, no clean water for many people. it's a matter of life and death."those on the ground say restoring power on an island is more difficult than on a land-locked area.lieutenant gen. todd t. semonite/comma nding general, army corp of engineers"we are talking about 61 hundred miles of cable. to move all that in, to get it off the barges, to get it set
in an area is going to take a long time to get it up and running."fema says puerto rico's recovery process might take years.i'm john lorinc reporting. let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with the four zone forecast. dry and seasonable weather tuesday through thursday. light rain chances reach the north bay later thursday night into friday with an initial cold front passing north to south through
(( áá catherine / two shot áá )) it might be fun for some of these motorcyclists.... (( áá v.o. / catherine áá )) but the c-h-p is deeply concerned for drivers and upset about the latest sideshow gathering on local roads..(( áá v.o. / steve áá )) the trial of the man accused in the shooting death of kate steinle
releasing arial pictures of the motorcycle sideshow that happened over the weekend. the sideshow started around 1:00 pm saturday with about 200 motorcycles on highway 880 in oakland. c-h-p chased several motorcycles into the castro valley area. officers followed them onto city streets where they arrested four motorcyclists. another biker was found and arrested in redwood city. the riders are facing charges of suspicion of reckless driving and felony evasion of a law enforcement officer. (catherine) the two women from hawaii who say they were lost at sea for five months are now back on dry land in okinawa japan... the u.s. navy ship 'ashland' picked them up after a passing fishing boat spotted the women last week...they were thousands of miles off course in the pacific...after storms left their boat badly damaged. today the warship docked in japan.....and the
women described their joy in finally getting help. they believe they were only a day or two away from their boat sinking.. they survived thanks to water purifiers and a big supply of dried food. reporters wanted to know how their two dogs - zeus and valentine - had handled the drama... tasha fuiava: oh, they loved it!jennifer appel: 24 hour attention. come on.tasha fuiava: yeah because we were always playing with them. not only that, but they get to see another part of life. they're used to...going on the land and running and running and running...and then they get to see the ocean and all the marine animals. oh and the dolphins. they love dolphins! both women say the dogs would lick their faces and give them hope on the daysthey began to despair of getting help. zeus and valentine by the way - were rescue animals..... (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) a critical piece of evidence in the kate steinle murder trial.does a richochet bullet reduce blame for the accused?(( áá v.o. / catherine
áá )) also...is this the quarterback for the 49ers have been looking for? sports director gary radnich has the details on the trade the team just made and what it means for the niners future.(( áá v.o. / steve áá )) and the first shoes have dropped in the robert mueller russian meddling investigation. was there collusion? we've got a guest whosays...not so fast!
( catherine ) one of the big stories tonight is the russia invstigation...which is heating up with indictments being announced today. two former members of president trump's campaign staff have been charged...paul manafort and rick gates. both appeared in federal court in washington d-c today....and pleaded not guilty. and as this news was breaking... word came out that a former trump adviser... george papadopoulos had pleaded guilty to lying to f-b-i agents about his russian contacts. he's made a plea deal...which has a lot of people concerned. up until now... he had been off the radar as far the investigation goes. ( steve )joining me now to further to discuss today's indictments and pleas is tom del beccaro... author of the divided era.
( catherine ) an update on another big story we're following. the kate steinle murder trial resumed today... with a police officer revealing more details about her shooting. the bullet that killed steinle on pier 14 riocheted off the ground about 100 yards from where she was standing... and then hit her in the back. the man charged with her killing... jose ines garcia zarate... has maintained the shooting was an accident. the killing touched off a heated debate over sanctuary city policies and immigration. garcia zarate had been deported five
times.. a deadly altercation stemming from an argument over vehicles drving to fast in a residential neighborhood.. .that is what investigators here at the contra costa county sheriff's office say led to the shooting death of 48-year-old bradley machugh who you see in this photo. the incident happened sunday just before 1am here on wild drive in discovery bay
won't be surprised to hear which dead celebrity still produces the most earnings.. ( steve ) it's michael jackson... again. but second on the list might be a surprise. usually elvis is one of the top earners. golf legend arnold palmer came in second at 40-million dollars.. with a lot of the money coming from apparel with his name on it and beverages. palmer edged out pressley who's name brought in 35-million dollars. michael jackson has owned the top spot for five straight years. (catherine) in sports -- with the warriors' slow start to the season... will the team sign steve kerr to a contract extension this summer?(steve) plus -- the niners make a splashy move ahead of the trade deadline -- patriots back up quarterback, jimmy garappolo is joining the 0-8 niners -- gary has a full report and all the sports coming up.
francisco still own the saints' 2018 second round pick. kyle shanahan and john lynch are looking for spark. the team's 33-10 blowout the team's the team's 33-10 blowout loss to the eagles in philly set franchise record with an 0-8 start. c-j beathard couldn't get anything going... he threw two interceptions.
carson wentz destroyed the niners defense... he had 211 yards and two touchdown passes to make matters worst... the 49ers were hit by the injury bug six players left the game agaisnt the eagles. among the most notable... left tackle, joe staley has a orbital fracture... it's an eye injury... he's mostly done for the year. free safety, jimmie ward fractured his forearm... headed to injury reserved. wide receiver, pierre garcon injured his neck and third overall pick, solomon thomas has a minor m-c-l sprain. they all join rookie linebacker, reuben foster who did not play due to a rib injury.
meanwhile, the raiders might be saying goodbye to any chance of making the playoffs this season. derek carr and the raiders struggled in buffalo. they lost five of their last six -- they never reached the playoffs with a losing record after week eight. turnovers were a big factor in loss... the bills had four takeaways. they defense were able to stop lesean "shady" mccoy. the running back rushed for 151 yards and two touchdowns. the question is... if head coach, jack del rio and the team will be able to get last
season's mojo back "it's a faith thing. you either believe or you don't. i think that those things that all kind of lead into that mojo that you see, those are all the little things that add up. like i've said many times, we've got a prideful group of guys. we're just not that far away, but we have to get it going. it's past time, really. the second half is here and we've got some ground to cover. we've got some ground to make up. we have to get busy. the urgency, the attention to detail is going to be heightened. with finding that, i think it's a little bit of a confidence thing. it's a bit of a belief, and i do believe. it's one of those things, you either have faith or you don't. i do believe. that's why i can say that. now we get to see. we get to go prove it." if you didn't watch game five of the world series, you missed an instant classic. it was such a great
baseball that it beat sunday night football. it was a thrilling ten-inning win by the astros. it was the longest world series game... five hours and 17 minutes. they combined for seven home runs in the game. game five drew a 12-point-eight, while football only had a 9- point-four. this is not the first time this has happened... last year's cubs-indians game three beats eagles-cowboys.
to the warriors-- no surprise here, but the team will make sure that steve kerr stays put. the warriors head coach...expected to be offered a contract extension next summer. this is according to áthe athletic. apparently, kerr and the front office started talking about a new deal last summer, but he wanted to first see if he'd be healthy enough to sign on long term. warriors facing the clippers down in l-a tonight. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) just how much money is spent by the average family on halloween? and which costs more costumes or candy? the answer when we come back!
retailers are set to scare up a record nine- point-one billion dollars in halloween sales this year. (catherine) that's according to a survey released by the national retail federation... people clearly love halloween...and are expected to spend three- point-four billion dollars on costumes. two-point-seven billion dollars on candy.... and decorations could bring in two-point-seven billion.... on average...americans are set to spend about 86 dollars each.. if the survey is correct...20-17 sales will be more than 8 percent higher than last year... final look at the weather with chief meteorologist brittney shipp.
training room. her stunning claims, which manning denies. and for the first time, manning's video deposition. what he says happened. >> i did not think that i had done anything wrong. >> then, kevin spacey shocker. >> why there's fallout over the actor coming out. >> was it hollywood's worst kept secret? >> i've escaped from kevin spacey's basement! help me! hands off. under fire for touching her on the neon live tv. then, another big exclusive. o.j. simpson's ex-girlfriend. they were once inseparable. what he is saying about how he found her down and out. >> oh, my goodness. >> yeah. and the world series homer ripped out of her hands. and why she's not upset. plus, hungry, hungry halloween hippo. now, "inside edition" with
deborah norville. >> deborah: hello, everybody, and thank you for joining us. the floodgates have clearly opened when it comes to people going public with stories of sexual assault. coming up we will have the first television interview with a woman who says she was assaulted by future nfl great peyton manning back when he was a college player. but first, oscar winning actor kevin spacey apologizing today after being accused of making unwelcome advances towards a 14-year-old boy, a boy who grew up to become an actor and is now on "star trek" discovery. steven fabian has the latest. >> "house of cards" star kevin spacey is under fire swept in as a result of the weinstein scandal. he's accused of making sexual advances to anthony rapp when he was 14. >> it changes people's lives. people don't use that phrase lightly. >> anthony rapp says his
encounter with kevin spacey happened after a party in 1986. both actors were appearing in hit broadway plays. after other guests left, rapp says he was alone in a bedroom watching tv when spacey walked in. he picked me up like a groom picks up a bride, he said in an interview. i'm like, what's going on? and then he lays down on top of me. i was aware he was trying to get with me sexually. my head was spinning. spacey is responding with an apology. i honestly do not remember the encounter but if i did behave then as he describes i owe him the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior. he went on to reveal he is guy. i have had relationships with both men and women and i choose now to live as a guy man. rumors about his private life have been around for years. look at this episode of family guy. >> help! i've escaped