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now at eight ... brett kavanagh's supreme court nomination now faces as new hurdle as a key republican breaks ranks "the democrats who have been i think justifiably uncomfortable moving ahead, whooshpolice increase patrols at dublin high school ... offcials taking no chances after an anonymous threat kind of scary whooshnot on the menu but in the food ... cockroaches at an east bay restaurant buffet ... for now it's still serving customers. (pam)
the encounter in an elevator in washington d.c.... that threw a monkey wrench into brett kavanaugh's supreme court confirmation.(pam ) good evening i'm pam moore.. (catherine ) and i'm catherine heenan. the senate vote, delayed for a week. the f-b-i is now looking into allegations that the nominee abused women in his younger years. the republican hopes for quick approval --- have been dashed by a head=spinning turn of events. "it's been a complete twilight zone moment." "it feels like alice in wonderland around here." 11th hour maneuverings have sent brett kavanaugh's nomination into uncharted territory.even members of the judiciary committee seemed confused "we had to get this done by 2 o'clock." "well is it done? is flake's thing gonna happen?"arizona republican jeff flake looked deeply shaken after his confrontation with a sex crime victim. don't look away from me! look at me and tell me that it doesn't matter what happened to me! look at me when i'm talking to you! you're telling me that my assault doesn't matter!he voted to send the nomination to the full senate ... on one condition. "i think it would be proper to delay the floor vote for up to but not more than one week in order to let the fbi continue to do an investigation.with only a slim republican majority, flake's vote on the senate floor is
crucial ... along with susan collins and lisa murkowski, swing voters... also under pressure.we will remember! in november!protests today outside collins' office in portland maine...at murkowski's headquarters in anchorage ....and in fargo, north dakota, a red state where democratic senator heidi heittcamp is in an uphill re=election battle.the f=b=i has seven days to investigate allegations that kavanaugh sexual abused women in the past,so far three women have come forward.i believed he was going to rape meyesterday, palo alto university professor christine blahzee ford testified that kavanaugh assaulted her when they were high school students."i thought her testimony was very compelling ...today president trump called her a fine woman. as for the republican leadership's call for an fbi probe... they have to do what they think is right. they have to be comfortable with themselves and i'm sure that's what they are."
(pam) president trump says, he found christine blasey ford to be a "very credible witness" . and called her testimony "compelling".. (catherine) but he equally touted judge kavanaugh for his adamant denial before the senate judiciary committee. (catherine) the president went on to call dr. ford a good person.... earlier this week - for the first time - he indicated he'd be opento replacing kavanaugh but wanted to hear the testimony first.. now he's saying that he's 'not'
considering a replacement.. as we mentioned - senator jeff flake was confronted by two protesters minutes after announcing that he'd support brett kavanaugh. that was before he changed his mind...saying his vote hinged on an f-b-i investigation. we're now hearing more from one of the women who stopped him.. < ana maria archila/ protestor: right before we saw him, we saw the announcement from his office that he was ready to vote for kavanaugh to the supreme court. so both of us were just enraged. and all the emotions that we have been holding for the last several weeks came out pouring. my demand of him to think of his children, and think of my children. her demand of him to listen to her story and tell her whether her story matters and whether he is okay putting someone that has violated women in the supreme court.> (catherine) senator flake was asked if the two women played a role in his decision... he
responded by saying that everything he's seen and experienced in the last couple of weeks has had an impact.. ((pam)) earlier .. u-s-f political science professor james taylor joined us on set, to give his take on the kavanaugh controversy. he says today was a win for democracy.....democracy won the battle ((pam)) also on ((pam)) also on ((pam)) also on ((pam)) also on the subject.. the former
chair of the state republican party .... tom del becarro was here and he says, republicans agreed to the f-b-i investigation.. because they did not have enough vot to confirm brett kavanaugh. ...said ok ...said ok (pam) our coverage on the controversial kavanaugh hearings continues at kron-4 dot com. there you can watch the elevator confrontation between protesters and arizona senator jeff flake. and find the testimony from christine blasey- ford and brett kavanaugh. all at kron-4 dot com. san jose police have arrested 90-year-old anthony aiello on suspicion of murdering his stepdaughter
karen navarra ... in her home on terra noble way. police say it was information they found on the victim's 'fit-bit' that led to an arrest.. kron four's gabe slate has the story.. taped to the door 1057 terra noble way in san jose is the red paper notice of an animal seizure from the home the reason listed "the owner deceased". this is where police say on september 13th they responded to a welfare check in request and found 67-year-old karen navarra dead, at first it appeared to be a suicide she had a knife in her hand and wounds in several places on her body, but after an autopsy was performed, karen navarra's death was ruled a homicide navarra had suffered multiple skull fractures which were "inconsistent with being self- inflicted or accidental,"stand up - police say information gathered from a wearable tech device and video images captured by nearby surveillance camera provided the crack in the case. detectives used data collected by karen navarra's fitbit, a fitbit similar to this one, to determine when her heart stopped beating.investigators say that information combined with video surveillance footage lead to the arrest of karen's killer. anthony aiello , karen's 90-year-old stepfather. investigators say video captured shows anthony aiello enters house, soon after the fit bit recorded karen's heartbeat rapidly accelerating before suddenly stopping altogether. san jose
police arrested anthony aeillo for suspicion of murder. he is being held without bail in the santa clara county jail, his next court appearance is oct. 4th. i spoke with several neighbors on the block, who didn't want to do an official interview on camera, but wanted to express their condolences to karen's family, and they wanted to express the shock they felt that this happened in their normally quiet safe neighborhood in san jose gabe slate kron 4 news. (pam) tonight... more arrests in the wide- ranging case... involving 'snatch and grab' thefts ... at some 50
apple stores up and down the state. our grant lodes has been tracking this story.. and is here with the new developments. (grant) police have just made two more arrests...and we're talking about some 50 crimes at apple stores...spanni ng 19 california counties. and we're getting our first look at the suspects faces. all young guys...some of them...high school age. the youngest is 18...the oldest is 23. these are 10 of the 17 suspects. they have been booked into the alameda county jail. just over the last month...there were crimes in santa rosa, emeryville, and corte madera. one other person was arrested as well... and is being held in sonoma county. police say they're not done yet... they have warrants out for 6 other suspected said to be involved in this criminal ring which stole about a million dollars worth of apple products.
in the east bay, police in dublin are investigating a possible threat at dublin high school. the school district says someone threatened to harm students there next monday... kron 4's charles clifford was in dublin and has details. well, this is homecoming weekend here at dublin high school and the school district is taking this threat seriously.in a note sent to parents and posted on the dublin school disrict website, the district says that "an anonymous threat has been found at dublin high school indicating an intention to harm students on oct. 1. " on friday, the school district told kron 4 that they have no reason to believe the threat is credible but they aren't taking any chances. school officials reached out to the dublin police department and officers were on campus friday. the district also says that addtional police presence will continue through at least monday.dublin police are investgating but so far it's uknown who made the threat or why.natson campus friday, classses went on as ususal. parents waiting to pick up there kids after school said they had heard about the threat. claire lucero says the note was alarming.sotoh, i'm worried. ever since we got that news it makes me nervous.soti thought it was kind of scary.kimberly mentink has a daughter at dublin high. she says they sat down and talked about the threat friday morning.sotwe talked about that there was a threat made about possible harm. to keep your eyes open and be aware of your surroundings. if you see something unusual say something about it.both claire and kimberly say that while it's unlikely that the threat is real, the school and authorities have to act as if it is.sotwe have to give everything that comes in like this credibility. we have to take it seriously.sotyeah, we have to take it seriously. anyone with information is asked to contact the dublin police department. in dublin charles clifford kron 4 news. coming up at eight.. millions of people hit by a facebook security breach.
how hackers got in... and what facebook says you should do. also - attempted rape and kidnapping. just some of the charges a man is facing after a woman in the north bay says she narrowly escaped an attack.. and next. a cockroach infestation forces an east bay restaurant to shutdown. and it's not the first time it has been closed. this is customizable streaming tv for your family.
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restaurant was shut down by the health department for the second time in three months. (pam) kron4's maureen kelly reports, this time the issue was a lot of cock-roaches.. here's one of the cockroaches found by heath inspectors inside the china wall buffet on tuesday....as you can see it's very much alive.....here's the report that details their findings.....the inspection was triggered by a complaint by a customer dining at the all you can eat establishment claiming that a dead cockroach was found on a shrimp...and a dead bug was found on an oyster.inspectors went in and took these pictures....the report stating they found over 50 insects alive and dead inside food containers ....and 20 live cockroaches were discovered above the food preperation sink.... these findings caused the restarant to be closed temporarily.... when you have vermin in a restaurant that would be mice rats flies are cockroaches does your critters that carry disease organisms. in fact cockroaches for example they've isolated 32 different species of bacteria on cockroaches.the county's environmental health department says this same restaurant was shut down in june for not maintaining food
at the proper tempature. with two closers in three months that definitely warrants in enhanced enforcement actiona man who identified himself as the owner declined to comment.... athough a woman who opened the door said that the restaurant was very clean...a health inspector who came back for a follow up inspection this afternoon agreed...and is allowing the restaurant to reopen.because the resturant was closed twice in three months....the owner will also have to attend an adminstrative hearing with the health department. a hearing agreement with specific expectations will be set for the restaurant. if the owner fails to meet those requirements - the resturant can face suspension of its operating permit.maureen kelly kron4 news. is posing some unique challenges for students at one east bay high shool. a few days ago... a car
accident knocked out electricity for irvington high school in fremont. since then... students have been forced to sit in the dark... and turn to old fashioned chalk boards and writing assignments. the school is hoping everything will be worked out by monday. (pam) we continue to follow the repair efforts at the salesforce transit center in san francisco. construction of a temporary fix at the center .. could begin as early as tomorrow. (catherine) earlier this week cracks were discovered in two support beams forcing the shut-down of the brand new transit center. today -- repair crews spent another day checking the area above fremont street where the cracked beams were found. . steel support structures will be anchored in the middle of fremont street to relieve stress on the beams. materials for the shoring up process could arrive by tomorrow. the actual construction work will take at least a week..meaning
that stretch of fremont street won't reopen until next friday. (pam) facebook says, nearly 50- million users were exposed in an attack this week. the breach exploited facebook's "view- as" feature, which lets user's view their page the way other users would see it. exploiting the feature gave attackers the ability to potentially take control of the accounts. facebook said, it does not know who or where the attackers were based. according to the company, the issue has been fixed and reported to the f-b-i. it is not clear yet if exposed user information was actually accessed. the attack may have started as early as september 16th. to deal with the issue... facebook reset some logins. so 90- million people have been logged out... and will have to log in again. facebook is saying there is no need for users to reset passwords. (catherine) federal regulators are suing tesla c-e-o elon musk for securities
fraud. in august, musk rocked wall street with a series of tweets saying he could take the publicly traded tesla private. he laid out details, including pricing... and said funding had already been secured. the securities and exchange commission filed a lawsuit claiming that musk was lying. they're trying to remove him as c-e-o of tesla for the alleged misconduct. tesla stock dipped more than 14 percent today...wiping out 7-billion dollars in shareholder wealth. musk is calling the s-e-c action unjustified. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o. kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast
cooler around the bay area today with highs in the 70s inland and bay and 50s and at the coast. it will be partly cloudy tonight with increasing low clouds and fog. its all quiet on the doppler now but that will change this weekend. on the satellite you can see the low pressure center that is moving closer to the bay area. we will seen increasing clouds on saturday leading to a slight chance of a few showers on saturday and sunday morning. highs will again be cool over the weekend with 70s inland and 50s and 60s at the coast. it will be slightly warmer on sunday with a little more sunshine. another storm heads our way late monday to bring another chance of rain on monday night and tuesday. much warmer weather with offshore winds is likely late next week.
new ahead at 8 a mother is in shock - after learning hernewborn baby was given to another womanand breast-fed... and next.. the governor blocks a 4 a-m 'last call' bill. why he says, bars should not stay open later. (catherine) and later in sports, hear from the man stepping in to direct the 49er's offense...following the jimmy garoppolo injury. (catherine) here's what we're tracking new tonight at nine.......tonight at nine
to extend the sale of alcohol until 4- a-m. san francisco's scott weiner had put forward the bill and argued "times have changed...and our policies should as well." he says "it is a shame that we will continue to stifle our nightlife economy...but i remain committed to modernizing these outdated laws.' governor brown rejected it because he says it would undoubtedly cause more drunken driving and what he called "mayhem." (pam) veterinarians will soon be allowed to talk about medical cannabis... for pets. a new law signed by the governor ... makes california the first state to allow it. the law lets vets discuss medical cannabis as treatment for pets... it would have previously been illegal to do so, according to the california veterinary medical board. the law also requires the medical board to establish guidelines for licensed veterinarians... as the basis of such discussions. (pam) most people under age 21 will not be able to buy guns in california starting next year.
governor brown signed a bill restricting gun sales. those under 21 will not be able to buy rifles or shotguns. state law already bans people under 21 from buying handguns. however, the new law does exempt law enforcement, members of the military and people with hunting licences. coming up at eight.. retired justice anthony kennedy makes an appearance in sacramento. what he said about the controversial confirmation hearings of brett kavanaugh. also - a california couple managesto save a driver on the highway - momentsbefore his car burst into flames... how they knew the stranger was in distress. and next. a young woman says, she was choked... nearly raped... and had her life threatened. all, in what bay area neighbors call, a safe neighborhood. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break. north bay ... held captive in
an apartment -- narrowly escapes her attacker... who she says threatened her with a knife .... and attempted to rape her. (catherine) the terrifying encounter happened in rohnert park -- where kron four's philippe djegal reports that the suspect was taken into custody. (philippe) a 25-year-old woman tells the rohnert park department of public safety that when she stopped by this apartment on joanne court late wednesday night... she intended only to pick-up some school books she loaned to a 25-year-old acquaintance of hers -- sergio heredia- trujillo. instead, she
says heredia-trujillo threatened her with a knife, pulled her pants down and ripped off her underwear... before attempting to rape her. no name/neighbor- "i'm not used to this and so it was scary because everybody was alseep." the victim called 9-1-1 more than five hours after the ordeal started... she was able to escape the apartment after alledging heredia-trujillo also bit and choked her... telling her to stay quiet, or else he'd kill her. the woman tells investigators she knocked on her neighbor's doors for help but no one initially answered... until someone finally let her in to call police.pujjal khanal/neighbor- "it's very unfortunate what happened." not everyone heard the woman's pleas for help.no name/neighbor- "i'm a light sleeper, and i didn't hear any noise at all before that. before the police and all that. i didn't hear any noises -- i didn't hear anything. anything out of the ordinary." the d-p-s says heredia-trujillo lives here, but is not on the lease. a neighbor says he was arrested in the grass outside the apartment. police later discovered six cars in the area with smashed windows... and, broken glass in heredia- trujillio's pockets. the d-p-s believes he was intoxicated and under the influence of alcohol at the time.no name/neighbor- "in that situation, i wouldn't come to this situation, go up with a person that you don't really know. or, even if you know, if you know that person, and you know that can be trouble, you wouldn't go." heredia-trujillo is being held
at the sonoma county jail. his bail set at 50-thousand dollars. he was booked on a list of charges... including assault with intent to commit rape, assault with a deadly weapon... kidnapping, false imprisonment and sexual battery. in rohnert park, philippe djegal, kron four news. (catherine) (catherine) (catherine) former supreme court justice and sacramento native -- anthony kennedy was in his home city today. he talked to high school students about things like civil discourse and the constitution. (pam) some of those students in kennedy's audience said.... "reasoned dialogue"
... is not what they're seeing in washington. kennedy told them.. that maintaining democracy takes work and it will be the next generation's responsibility. he is not commenting on the confirmation fight over brett kavanaugh. he says, he is being "very careful" not to weigh in on the effort to fill his seat on the high court. (pam) kennedy was born and lived in sacramento for many years... teaching at mcgeorge law school. he was appointed to the supreme court by president ronald reagan. he served from february 1988... until he announced his retirement at the end of july. (catherine) president trump signed a huge spending bill today... avoiding a government shut-down. the president had been sending mixed-signals on signing it - because it doesn't include money for a border wall.. . the bill will provide money
to keep things going until december seventh. ((catherine/ots)) thousands of trees will be cut down -- in an effort to prevent wildfires in california. the focus will be on trees near power lines...reducingthe risk of new fires. the new effort by p-g-and-e follows in part the deadly 2015 butte fire in amador county. cal fire determined it was sparked by p-g-and-e power lines hitting a tree. there are now nine pg-and-e base camps like this one in northern california - where the fire danger is considered high. (catherine ) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: it was much cooler around the bay area today with highs in the 70s inland and bay and 50s and at the coast. it will be partly
cloudy tonight with increasing low clouds and fog. its all quiet on the doppler now but that will change this weekend. on the satellite you can see the low pressure center that is moving closer to the bay area. we will seen increasing clouds on saturday leading to a slight chance of a few showers on saturday and sunday morning. highs will again be cool over the weekend with 70s inland and 50s and 60s at the coast. it will be slightly warmer on sunday with a little more sunshine. another storm heads our way late monday to bring another chance of rain on monday night and tuesday. much warmer weather with offshore winds is likely late next week.
can't believe it -- after their dress shopdisappeared... now they say they're out thousands of dollars plus.. national coffee day is tomorrow. where you can snag some caffeine coupons... and even freebies and next. a couple sees a driver in distress and takes action to help.. just before the car erupts in flames.
do if you see a car driving down the road that's on fire...?(pam) one sacramento motorist knew... by the time first responders arrived, it might be too late... so he took matters into his own hands. kenneth knox and his wife say, the woman in the driver's seat had two children in the back of her burning car... promting him to take action. knox drove his vehicle just inches away from the burning car... forcing the driver off the road. while his wife dianne called 9-1-1 ... kenneth opened the rear door. (sot) "there's a three year old and five year old strapped in car seats in the back of the car. so we started scrambling and got them out.""it was like we've got to get her out of here." the car did burst into flames. but the woman and her grandchildren... got out uninjured. no word on how the car caught fire. the c-h-p says, if you are driving and smell smoke... pull over... just to be safe. (catherine) new at 8 angry brides in stockton say they're out thousands of
dollars because of the sudden and unannounced closure of a popular bridal shop. a nearby business owner says the bridal shop was cleared out earlier this month. reports say the owner of three years -- has been evicted he owes more than 87-hundred dollars in rent. one customer says she trusted maxine's bridaland never thought she'd be out of a dress and cash. a former employee a former forever."> a former employee claims she quit because the owner had stopped paying her. next at 8 a woman is considering legal action after her newborn baby was given to the wrong person...and breastfed. and just ahead in sports, a famiiliar face returning to the coliseum sidelines this weekend. hue jackson...sounds off on his return to oakland.
with instant acceleration, electric cars are more fun to drive and more affordable than ever. electric cars are here. plug into the present. a florida woman is worried that her newborn son might get sick, after nurses mistakenly gave him to another mother for breast-feeding.(pam) joii brown says, it started when nurses took her son to have a circumcision. brown says, the surgery normally takes 30 -minutes. so she knew something was strange when the nurses did
not come back... until an hour and a half later. (pam) brown was told, the nurse did not look at her son's wristband to see which child he was, and that the mix-up was a human mistake. the mother is hoping the nurse who made the mistake is held accountable. she says her family is now talking with a lawyer. (pam) science may now be able to predict alzheimer's disease. (catherine) after a nationwide high school test that nearly half a million teens took in 1960. scientists were surprised about what the results told them... reid binion has more on the suprising link. could a test that was originally intended to find high school studentswith aptitudes for science and engineering during the space race,actually help identify risk factors for developing
alzheimer's?that's what researchers behind pt-med hope to achieverecently published in the journal of the american medical associationthe study is the first to link cognitive tests from one's adolescence, to their medicare records concerning alzheimer's and related diseasesthe study was able to catch up to about 85- thousand people who took the "project talent" test in 1960 and compared their results with medicare claimsand the results were striking.when researchers looked over their 1960 test results, they found that the men who scored lower in mechanical reasoning and the women who scored lower in memory for words,both had higher odds of having developed these diseases.of the 85-thousand, 2-point-9 percent of the men and 3-point-3 percent of the women had developed alzheimer's or related diseases.researchers hope that by identifying certain cognitive indicators during adolescence,they can help to identify at-risk groups, and start early prevention or intervention treatment.for today's health minute, i'm reid binion. (pam) one young san diego man
gave a family there.. 46 - thousand reasons to be thankful.... after finding a large amount of money. jesse diaz is the manager at his local goodwill,. he says last saturday... he spent the day sorting through boxes.. like he always does. that is, until he came across a box with some type of fryer inside. he looked closer he found an envelope .... with a whopping 46- thousand dollars inside. diaz did not hesitate... he picked up the phone and contacted goodwill's loss prevention team. it turns out the family who dropped off the box... had no idea the money was inside. the money was returned to the family... young jesse has been dubbed a hero by his co-workers. (pam) (pam) if you need a reason to get up early this weekend... tomorrow is national coffee day.(catherine) that means lots of deals, rebates and freebies. starbucks, mcdonald's and
dunkin' donuts are usingan app called 'coupons-dot-com' for rebates. and all barnes & noble cafes are offering a free cup of tall, hot or iced coffee go to kron-4 dot com for more coffee day deals. we now know for sure we now day deals.more coffee day deals. day deals. we now know for sure where the a's will be starting the postseason. a yankees win over the red sox tonight means the green and gold...are going to the bronx wednesday for the wildcard game. so at this point, oakland just trying to finish the regular season healthy. a's in anaheim... at last check-- score is...5-0 angels angels...with 2-run homers from mike trout and taylor ward. full highlights
later tonight. also, giants hosting the dodgers, we'll break that down as well. moving over to the 49ers, cj beathard ready to show fans...why they shouldn't think the season over because of jimmy g's injury. beathard...running the show this week following jimmy garoppolo's devastating acl tear last sunday in kansas city. san francisco...con tinuining it's road slate this weekend against the l-a chargers. looking back to last season... beathard's stats aren't spectacular, went 1-and-5 in 6 games.... but the 49ers love his toughness...considering he held up after getting sacked 19 times. this time around, cj...poised to not take as many hits and get the offense going. just try to get the ball out of my hands quicker. i think we've got a lot better team than we did last year. i really like the group that we have and obviously doing what i can do to get the ball out of my hands quicker and making reads quicker. as a whole team, everyone, the o-line, receivers, running backs, everyone can add their part to help that."'we've got 13 games left in the season. there's a long way to go. there's not time to sit here and feel sorry for ourselves. it's time to step it up and win some games."
now for our mercedes keys to the game... 3 things crucial against the chargers... --new qb cj beathard needs to step in for jimmy g...keep his composure and not get rattled. --also, the defense can't allow 38-points like it did last week...expect a more focused effort against philip rivers, especially since richard sherman is out of the lineup with an injury. --finally, the team as a whole...must use the jimmy g situation as a way to come together...and play some inspired ball for their leader. moving on over to the raiders, the team prepping for the cleveland browns. baker mayfield is not the only intriguing storyline... hue jackson, is coming back to the coliseum... the former head coach of the silver and black in the 2011 season.. he led the team to an 8-and-8 mark in his lone year in oakland.. he and gruden first worked together at pacific university back in the 1980s... and both have fond memories of their time together. ""well, it didn't start off very well. we got beat i think
57-0 by auburn, 37-0 i think by pitt and we got clobbered by arizona. it wasn't very good. (laughter) then they dropped football. i could say it wasn't the greatest, but it was a lot of fun.""he taught me football, we used to argue everyday, so i know him extremely well and he's extremely competitive, he doesn't like losing, no more than i didn't like losing so trust me he's going to get his football team ready and we got to be ready to play. we got your football needs covered at 9pm every saturday during the season... kim smith with your niners coverage on the red and gold zone... jason dumas and i will be talking raiders on the sword and shield zone. it all gets going at 9 saturday night on kron4 finally if your thinking of weekend plans, why not head to oracle for warriors basketball. just days after tipping off training camp, the back-to-back champs opening the preseason schedule....against the minnesota timberwolves. don't expect, the core four to be out there to see significant minutes, but steve kerr says the all-stars will be on the floor. i've been really impressed
with everybody, the vets and the new guys, in terms of playing under control and being sharp, continuing to build conditioning and rhythm and timing. we had a really good well so it's been nice. we are going to have sunday off. it will be great to finish it off with a greateffort tomorrow night" next at 8. next at 8. a neighborhood spreading happiness .... amid a contentious election season. the special project they embarked on.. next. this isn't just any long-distance relationship. this is long distance with the best wifi experience plus the most free shows to stream. and with savings on wireless, this is a relationship with more money to spend on the important things. this is how xfinity makes life... simple. easy. awesome. get started with xfinity internet for just $29.99
a month for 12 months, and ask how you can save when you include xfinity mobile with your internet. click, call or visit a store today. california had the worst wildfire season on record. scientists say, our weather is becoming more extreme and we all have to be better prepared. that's why pg&e is adopting new and additional safety precautions to help us monitor and respond to dangerous weather. hi, i'm allison bagley, a meteorologist with pg&e's community wildfire safety program.
we're working now, to enhance our weather forecasting capabilities, building a network of new weather stations to identify when and where extreme wildfire conditions may occur, so we can respond faster and better. we're installing cutting edge technology to provide real-time mapping and tracking of weather patterns. and we use this information in partnership with first responders and california's emergency response systems. to learn more about the community wildfire safety program and how you can help keep your home and community safe, visit pge.com/wildfiresafety (catherine) new at 8.
some people in the town of lee's summit, missouri have come together to spread positive messages in the face of a tense political season. (pam) william joy reports on how they are reports on how they are doing it. nats off topon bristol drive in lee's summit, you won't see political signs this election season.instead, you'll see a campaign for happiness.jennifer hunsinger: "well, there's just too much negativity in the world right now."jennifer hunsinger started making her pitch door to door two years ago.jennifer hunsinger:"i just want to put something in your yard that will make you smile and will make the people that pass by smile."she ended up with more requests than messages. charlotte hunsinger:"we had to look them up. we just looked up good quotes."renae riche: "my husband says why are driving so slow. it's just because i still like to read them over and over."this year, renae riche decided this grass roots movement needed to expand.renae riche:"almost immediately a lady came to my door and gave me $20."they've now gone from 50 signs to 100. charlotte hunsinger:"i just
hope that they're -- they feel inspired."the signs in our yards send a message.mos "i think they're really cool and i really like this one."nats "being nice is the coolest." but they don't have to be red or blue.nats "i really like the faith over fear."nats "when it rains, look for rainbows, when it's dark, look for the stars."on bristol drive, the choice is clear.mos "just a reminder that the world doesn't have to be negative."nats "i think if you just look for the good, you'll find it." (pam) the organizers for project happiness hope to expand even more .. and see other neighborhoods join the movement. (pam) that wraps up kron 4
news at 8.(ken) but our primetime coverage is just getting started this friday. grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))thank you pam and catherine, next at ninea bay area family is desperate for answers...after 18 year-old woman goes missing.mariah davis was last seen by her family on saturday...and now they fear something may have happened to her.we'll hear from her mother...next in a live report.plus...president trump has ordered the fbi to investigate sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee brett kavanaugh. the deadline....one week.we'll speak with a former fbi agent who talks about what it takes to investigate something that happened 36 year ago.((grant)) also...the weekend is here, and parts of the bay area may get some rain.our chief meterologist has your four zone forecast.((vicki))keep it
(grant) new tonight at nine... a richmond family is pleading the public for help...as they search for 18 year old mariah davis... who hasn't been heard from in the last two days...(grant) im grant lodes...(vcki) and im vicki livakis... her family says she was last seen with a friend leaving la pinata restaurant in san leandro. kron 4's ella sogomonian is live in richmond where they are hoping for the best in a story you'll only see on kron 4..ella? davis's family tells me even when she doesn't come home she always checks in...so for the last two days they've been worried sick calling her
cellphone with no answer. 8 year old mariah davis was last seen by her family was last seen mariah davis 8 year old 8 year old mariah davis was last seen by her family at a picnic on saturday. her mom spoke with her by phone weesday morning and says he was in good spirits and looking for a new job.but for two nights they haven't heard from her since.sot: alfreda james, mother// "where's my daughter i dont know where my daughter is? i dont know." contra costa county sheriff's investigators are looking for davis after a missing persons report was filed with them. her mom says detectives found her phone last ping from la pinata restaurant in san leandro on wednesday where she was allegedly seen on surveillence video leaving with hre ex boyfriend around 2 in the afternoon getting into her grey 2005 nissan altima. sot: phyllis james, aunt// "we dont know if she was carjacked her phones not working or off or we don't know what the case is but it's not good we're all worried."davis's mom says authorities came to her door thursday morning around midnight to let her know police tried to stop the car her daughter was driving that night in richmond but a male driver left the car and got away and her daugther was no where to be found. richmond richmond police are following up